2 Round Mock with trades and all Saints picks (1 Viewer)

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1. Miami Dolphins-Chris Long (DE) Virginia
2. St. Louis Rams-Vernon Gholston (DE) Ohio State
3. Atlanta Falcons-Matt Ryan (QB) Boston College
4. Oakland Raiders-Trade with Dallas #22 and Marion Barber
Dallas Cowboys-Darren McFadden (RB) Arkansas
5. Kansas City Chiefs-Jake Long (OT) Michigan
6. New York Jets-Keith Rivers (LB) USC
7. New England Patriots-Leodis McKelvin (CB) Troy
8. Baltimore Ravens-Brian Brohm (QB) Louisville
9. Cincinnati Bengals-Sedrick Ellis (DT) USC
10. New Orleans Saints-Glenn Dorsey (DT) LSU
11. Buffalo Bills-Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie (CB) Tennessee State
12. Denver Broncos-Ryan Clady (OT) Boise State
13. Carolina Panthers-Trade with Minnesota #17 and 3rd rounder
Minnesota Vikings-Derrick Harvey (DE) Florida
14. Chicago Bears-Rashard Mendenhall (RB) Illinois
15. Detroit Lions-Mike Jenkins (CB) South Florida
16. Arizona Cardinals-Jonathan Stewart (RB) Oregon
17. Carolina Panthers-Felix Jones (RB) Arkansas
18. Houston Texans-Chris Williams (OT) Vanderbilt
19. Philadelphia Eagles-Philip Merling (DE) Clemson
20. Tampa Bay Bucs-Malcolm Kelly (WR) Oklahoma
21. Washington Redskins-Quentin Groves (DE) Auburn
22. Oakland Raiders-Jeff Otah (OT) Pittsburgh
23. Pittsburgh Steelers-Brandon Albert (OG) Virginia
24. Tennessee Titans-Patrick Sims (DT) Auburn
25. Seattle Seahawks-DeSean Jackson (WR) California
26. Jacksonville Jaguars-Calais Campbell (DE) Miami Fl.
27. San Diego Chargers-Felix Jones (RB) Arkansas
28. Dallas Cowboys-Aqib Talib (CB) Kansas
29. San Francisco 49ers-James Hardy (WR) Indiana
30. Green Bay Packers- Reggie Smith`(CB) Oklahoma
31. New York Giants-Kenny Phillips (S) Miami Fl.
32. Miami Dolphins-Curtis Lofton (MLB) Oklahoma
33. St. Louis Rams-Sam Baker (OT) USC
34. Oakland Raiders-Mario Manningham (WR) Michigan
35. Kansas City Chiefs-Joe Flacco (QB) Delaware
36. New York Jets- Kentwan Balmer (DT) North Carolina
37. Atlanta Falcons-Trade with New England for picks 62 and 69
New England Patriots-Jerod Mayo (LB) Tennessee
38. Baltimore Ravens- Limas Sweed (WR) Texas
39. San Francisco 49ers- Dre Moore (DT) Maryland
40. New Orleans Saints-Trade pick 40, 79 and 138 to Green Bay for Picks 57, 60, 93
Green Bay Packers-Martellus Bennett (TE) Texas A&M
42. Denver Broncos- Dustin Keller (TE) Purdue
43. Carolina Panthers-Chad Henne (QB) Michigan
44. Chicago Bears-Devin Thomas (WR) Michigan State
 
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45. Detroit Lions-Gosder Cherilus (T) Boston College
46. Cincinnati Bengals-Erin Henderson (ILB) Maryland
47. Minnesota Vikings-Justin King (CB) Penn State
48. Atlanta Falcons- Jeremy Zuttah (G) Rutgers
49. Philadelphia Eagles-Early Doucet (WR) LSU
50. Arizona Cardinals- Roy Schuening (G) Oregon State
51. Washington Redskins- Xavier Adibi (OLB) Virginia Tech
52. Tampa Bay Buccaneers- Philip Wheeler (ILB) Georgia Tech
53. Pittsburgh Steelers- Lawrence Jackson (DE) USC
54. Tennessee Titans-Donnie Avery (WR) Houston
55. Seattle Seahawks-Chilo Rachal (G) USC
56. Jacksonville Jaguars-Brandon Flowers (CB) Virginia Tech
57. New Orleans Saints- Antoine Cason (CB) Arizona
58. Dallas Cowboys- Josh Barrett (S) Arizona State
59. Miami Dolphins- Tracy Porter (CB) Indiana
60. New Orleans Saints- Trevor Laws (DT) Notre Dame
61. Indianapolis Colts- Carl Nicks (T) Nebraska
62. Atlanta Falcons- Thomas DeCoud (S) Cal
63. New York Giants- Eddie Royal (WR) Virginia Tech

Saints Picks
10 Glen Dorsey DT LSU-I believe they will want to trade down to get more picks but with Dorsey falling, he is too good to pass up.
57 Antoine Cason CB Arizona-4.5 40 time drops the most talented ready to play CB in the draft.
60 Trevor Laws DT Notre Dame-Value at the end of the 2nd,adds youth to a old position.

Remaining Saints Picks
93.Traded to San Francisco for picks 103 and 133 (Loomis and Payton like to recoop lost picks)
103.Wesley Woodyard, OLB-Kentucky-Speedy LB to givr depth and is a good st guy
133.Jacob Hester, FB-LSU-Depth at FB plus short yardage back incase Deuce is done.Payton cauld be real creative at a number of positions with him. Adds another dimenition to the offense and can contribute on ST
169.Stanford Kegler, OLB-Purdue-underated, value and depth.
200.Darius Reynaud, WR-West Virginia-Little used in WV spread offense, gut has great ability, will compete for 3-4 wr slot, can return kicks,
 

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Why does #10 say New Orleans Saints-Saint Louis Rams?

Also, I seriously doubt Trevor Laws lasts that long. Don't like the Hester pick. It would also probably cost the Cowboys more than that to move that far up.
 

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why do you have cromartie going to buffalo when you already have his saints jersey?
 

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I like it but I would tempted to take a T in the second (possibly Nicks)
 

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I don't see Dallas giving up Barber in a deal to get McFadden. Barber is a totally different runner than McFadden and the Arkansas RB needs a bruising counterpart to succeed, just like Bush I believe.
 

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If this happens, i'll vote for you to be president. We'd be contenders for the next ten years.
 

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45. Detroit Lions-Gosder Cherilus (T) Boston College
46. Cincinnati Bengals-Erin Henderson (ILB) Maryland
47. Minnesota Vikings-Justin King (CB) Penn State
48. Atlanta Falcons- Jeremy Zuttah (G) Rutgers
49. Philadelphia Eagles-Early Doucet (WR) LSU
50. Arizona Cardinals- Roy Schuening (G) Oregon State
51. Washington Redskins- Xavier Adibi (OLB) Virginia Tech
52. Tampa Bay Buccaneers- Philip Wheeler (ILB) Georgia Tech
53. Pittsburgh Steelers- Lawrence Jackson (DE) USC
54. Tennessee Titans-Donnie Avery (WR) Houston
55. Seattle Seahawks-Chilo Rachal (G) USC
56. Jacksonville Jaguars-Brandon Flowers (CB) Virginia Tech
57. New Orleans Saints- Antoine Cason (CB) Arizona
58. Dallas Cowboys- Josh Barrett (S) Arizona State
59. Miami Dolphins- Tracy Porter (CB) Indiana
60. New Orleans Saints- Trevor Laws (DT) Notre Dame
61. Indianapolis Colts- Carl Nicks (T) Nebraska
62. Atlanta Falcons- Thomas DeCoud (S) Cal
63. New York Giants- Eddie Royal (WR) Virginia Tech

Saints Picks
10 Glen Dorsey DT LSU-I believe they will want to trade down to get more picks but with Dorsey falling, he is too good to pass up.
57 Antoine Cason CB Arizona-4.5 40 time drops the most talented ready to play CB in the draft.
60 Trevor Laws DT Notre Dame-Value at the end of the 2nd,adds youth to a old position.

Remaining Saints Picks
93.Traded to San Francisco for picks 103 and 133 (Loomis and Payton like to recoop lost picks)
103.Wesley Woodyard, OLB-Kentucky-Speedy LB to givr depth and is a good st guy
133.Jacob Hester, FB-LSU-Depth at FB plus short yardage back incase Deuce is done.Payton cauld be real creative at a number of positions with him. Adds another dimenition to the offense and can contribute on ST
169.Stanford Kegler, OLB-Purdue-underated, value and depth.
200.Darius Reynaud, WR-West Virginia-Little used in WV spread offense, gut has great ability, will compete for 3-4 wr slot, can return kicks,

Good effort but where's our TE?
 

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Why waste a draft pick on Hester? He more than likely will be an UDFA, because of the dreaded "tweener" label.

I'd replace that pick with a center/guard swingman who could be groomed as a starter.

I'd also take Brad Cottom, the TE from Tennessee over Wesley Woodyard. Injury issues will drive his draft stock down, but he would be great fit in Payton's offense
 

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Dorsey and Cason is actually my dream draft.

Cason may be there in the 2nd, and would be a great pick for the Saints IMO, but Dorsey at 10 seems like a pipe dream.
 

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10. New Orleans Saints-Glenn Dorsey (DT) LSU

A homer's dream come true.
 

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I'm thinking.

This is bravest prediction I've seen ever regarding the draft, and I've seen some Doosies.

"40. New Orleans Saints-Trade pick 40, 79 and 138 to Green Bay for Picks 57, 60, 93
Green Bay Packers-Martellus Bennett (TE) Texas A&M"

I bet you miss on this one, LOL.


ddd
 

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Glenn Dorsey will not be available at the 10th spot
 

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Whew. That is a lot of trades. And, I'm with Scott B., the Dorsey pick seems to be, more likely, wishful thinking. But, Detillier is predicting Ellis will fall to us, so who knows. :idunno:
 

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