2013 SR Non-Official Mock Draft 2nd Round Thread! (1 Viewer)

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Alright mock draft time again. This is the Non-Official mock draft that we did last year and we are going to do it again as many had fun with it last year.

Each GM has a 1 hour time block to make their pick. If you think you will not be able to make your pick in the 1 hour time slot send a list of your top 10 players and either myself or Nextyear will make it for you based off who is still available. When you make your pick please try to post a picture and brief reason why you are drafting that player for your team.
Please also don't rush the GM that picks before you to hurry and make his pick. If you would like to make your pick early before your time slot because the GM before you already picked feel free to, but you don't have to beofre your time slot is expired. If the guy before you has not made his pick and his time expired you can make your pick early just like in a real draft. Also please no trading of veteran players only picks because we cannot put a value on a current vet player.
Lets have some fun!!!!

This is a full 7 round draft and we will go all the way to MR. Irrevelant!

The Saints picks will be done by a poll with the majority vote getter at the end of the 1 hour being the pick. SR members who are not the GM of a team can also vote on it.
Please keep all trade discussions off the thread and use the PM system unless you are only annoucing that you are looking to trade up or down.

BEST AVAILABLE BY POSITION

QB:
Mike Glennon, QB, N.C. State
Matt Barkley, QB, USC
Tyler Wilson, QB, Arkansas
Tyler Bray*, QB, Tennessee
Ryan Nassib, QB, Syracuse

RB:
Montee Ball, RB, Wisconsin
Andre Ellington, RB, Clemson
Knile Davis*, RB, Arkansas
Stepfan Taylor, RB, Stanford
Jawan Jamison, RB, Rutgers

WR:
Markus Wheaton, WR, Oregon State
Stedman Bailey*, WR, West Virginia
Da'Rick Rogers*, WR, Tennessee Tech
Terrance Williams, WR, Baylor
Ryan Swope, WR, Texas A&M

TE:
Jordan Reed*, TE, Florida
Gavin Escobar*, TE, San Diego State
Travis Kelce, TE, Cincinnati
Ryan Otten, TE, San Jose State
Nick Kasa, TE, Colorado

FB:
Zach Line, FB, SMU
Kyle Juszcyk, FB, Harvard
Tommy Bohanon, FB, Wake Forest
Lonnie Pryor, FB, Florida State
Braden Wilson, FB, Kansas State

OT:
Brennan Williams, OT, North Carolina
David Bakhtiari*, OT, Colorado
Terron Armstead, OT/G, Arkansas Pine-Bluff
Chris Faulk*, OT, LSU
Jordan Mills, OT, Louisiana Tech

OG:
Dallas Thomas, G/OT, Tennessee
Travis Frederick*, C/G, Wisconsin
Barrett Jones, C/G/T, Alabama
Alvin Bailey*, OT/G, Arkansas
David Quessenberry, C/G, San Jose State

C:
Travis Frederick*, C/G, Wisconsin
Barrett Jones, C/G/T, Alabama
David Quessenberry, C/G, San Jose State
Brian Schwenke, C, California
Khaled Holmes, C, USC

3-4 DE:
William Gholston*, DE, Michigan State
Devin Taylor, DE/OLB, South Carolina
Joe Kruger*, DE, Utah
Damion Square, DT, Alabama

3-4 OLB:
Corey Lemonier*, DE/OLB, Auburn
Chase Thomas, OLB, Stanford
Sio Moore, OLB, Connecticut
Brandon Jenkins, DE/OLB, Florida State
Michael Buchanan, DE/OLB, Illinois

NT:
Jonathan Jenkins, DT, Georgia
Brandon Williams, DT, Missouri Southern
Kwame Geathers*, DT, Georgia
Montori Hughes, DT, Tennessee-Martin

4-3 DE:
Sam Montgomery*, DE/OLB, LSU
John Simon, DE, Ohio State
William Gholston*, DE, Michigan State
Devin Taylor, DE/OLB, South Carolina
Michael Buchanan, DE/OLB, Illinois

DT:
Bennie Logan*, DT, LSU
Jordan Hill, DT, Penn State
Akeem Spence*, DT, Illinois
Chris Jones, DT, Bowling Green
Josh Boyd, DT, Mississippi State


4-3 OLB:
Chase Thomas, OLB, Stanford
Trevardo Williams, OLB, Connecticut
Gerald Hodges, OLB, Penn State
Sean Porter, OLB, Texas A&M
Jelani Jenkins*, OLB, Florida

ILB:
Kevin Reddick, ILB, North Carolina
Kiko Alonso, ILB, Oregon
Jonathan Bostic, ILB, Florida
Nico Johnson, ILB, Alabama

CB:
Darius Slay, CB, Mississippi State
Jordan Poyer, CB, Oregon State
Logan Ryan*, CB, Rutgers
Robert Alford, CB, Southeast Louisiana

S:
T.J. McDonald, S, USC
D.J. Swearinger, S, South Carolina
Shamarko Thomas, S, Syracuse
J.J. Wilcox, S, Georgia Southern
Shawn Williams, S, Georgia

Here is a good draft board for you to follow:

WalterFootball.com: 2013 NFL Draft Big Board

WalterFootball.com: 2013 NFL Draft Prospect Rankings

Team Needs:
http://www.walterfootball.com/offseason.php

Draft order:
http://www.walterfootball.com/nfldraftorder2013.php

And Draft value chart for trades:
http://walterfootball.com/draftchart.php
 
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Round 2
  1. Jacksonville (2-14) CB Johnathan Banks (Miss State)
  2. San Francisco - from Kansas City (2-14) OLB Alex Okafor (Texas)
  3. Philadelphia (4-12) QB E.J. Manuel (FSU)
  4. Detroit (4-12) DE Tank Carradine (FSU)
  5. Cincinnati - from Oakland (4-12) RB Eddie Lacy (Alabama)
  6. Arizona (5-11) OLB Jamie Collins (Southern Miss)
  7. <STRIKE>Cleveland (5-11)</STRIKE>
  8. New York Jets (6-10) G/OT D.J. Fluker (Alabama)
  9. Tennessee (6-10)CB Blidi Wreh-Wilson (Connecticut)
  10. San Francisco from-Buffalo (6-10) DT/DE Kawann Short (Purdue)
  11. Miami (7-9) OT Menelik Watson (FSU)
  12. Minnesota -from Tampa Bay (7-9) OG Larry Warford (Kentucky)
  13. Carolina (7-9) WR DeAndre Hopkins (Clemson)
  14. <STRIKE>New Orleans (7-9)</STRIKE> Goodell Sucks!
  15. San Diego (7-9) ILB Manti Te'o (Notre Dame)
  16. St. Louis (7-8-1) OLB Arthhur Browm (Kansas State)
  17. Dallas (8-8) DT Sylvster Williams (North Carolina)
  18. Pittsburgh (8-8) OG/OT Kyle Long (Oregon)
  19. New York Giants (9-7) CB David Amerson (N.C. State)
  20. Chicago (10-6) OT/OG Justin Pugh (Syracuse)
  21. Washington* (10-6) S Philip Thomas (Fresno State)
  22. Atlanta from Tampa Bay- from Minnesota* (10-6) WR Quinton Patton (LA Tech
  23. Cincinnati* (10-6) OLB Khaseem Grene (Rutgers)
  24. Miami - from Indianapolis* (11-5) S Bacarri Rambo (Georgia)
  25. Green Bay* (11-5) RB Giovani Bernard (North Carolina)
  26. Seattle* (11-5) TE Zack Ertz (Stanford)
  27. Houston* (12-4) WR Robert Wood (USC)
  28. Denver* (13-3) NT Jesse Williams (Alabama)
  29. New England* (12-4) CB Robert Alford (SLU)
  30. Tampa Bay from Atlanta* (13-3) CB Jamar Taylor (Boise State)
  31. Buffalo - from San Francisco* (11-4-1) TE Jordan Reed (Florida)
  32. Baltimore* (10-6) WR Ryan Swope (Texas A&M)
Raiders -> Bengals: Carson Palmer
Colts -> Dolphins: Vontae Davis
Chiefs -> 49ers: Alex Smith
Browns forfeit pick for supplemental draft pick (Josh Gordon)
Saints forfeit pick for Bountygate
 

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I gotta be at work in two hours so hopefully my pick is in before.
Make a draft board before u leave for work n send it to one of the ops. I'm on SR all day usually anyways so if anyone wants to send me a copy at any time I can forward it to whomever most likely. Rex Ryan promises not to select your player
 
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Remember the weekend is no time limit, thats why the time slots stop at 10pm tonight. If your pick is ready to be made this weekend you can make it. Whatever pick is next up come Sunday night around 10pm that person will have the 8am time slot Monday the 25th.
 
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The skins supposed to have the 51st overall pick, number 19 of the second round
The Browns pick was used last year and the Saints pick was screwed out of us by Goodell. Technically you have the 21st pick but you pick 19th because of those reasons.
 

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Alright the Jags pick is almost ready, the second round is about to kick off!
 

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With the 33rd pick the JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS select JOHNTHAN BANKS, CB, Mississippi State



6’2” 185 pounds

Hand 9, Arm 34

Vertical Broad Shuttle Cone 40
34 10'5" 4.27 6.97 4.61



OVERVIEW
Banks signed with the Bulldogs as a relatively lightly recruited prospect out of the small town of Maben, Miss., which has approximately 874 residents, according to the latest US Census.
Despite his rather humble past, Banks quickly proved to be anything but small-time by playing well as a true freshman. He initially played mostly on special teams but injuries forced him into action as the Bulldogs' starting free safety by the sixth game and he went on to keep the position for the final seven games of the season.

During that time he amassed 33 tackles, seven passes defensed and four interceptions, including two of Florida's Tim Tebow, each of which he returned for touchdowns (100, 20 yard returns). The 100-yard return came on the final play of the first half and cut the defending national champs and then No. 1 ranked Florida's lead to just 13-10 going into halftime. It was just the third and fourth interceptions that Tebow, the defending Heisman Trophy winner, had thrown through seven games.

Banks was asked to make the switch to cornerback as a true sophomore and quickly proved himself to be a difference-maker at this position, as well. He posted 54 tackles in 2010, registering 10 passes broken up and another three interceptions.

Though he'd certainly shown flashes of game-breaking ability over his first two seasons, Banks elevated his play to another level last year, recording career-highs in virtually every category. Starting all 13 games, he registered 71 tackles, 11.5 for loss, three sacks, three forced fumbles, nine pass breakups and five interceptions, one of which he returned for a score (Auburn). He was also made the team's punt returner, averaging 10.6 yards per attempt and returning a punt 65 yards for a touchdown against Tennessee-Martin.

ANALYSIS
Strengths: Good length and tall frame for the position. Natural flexibility and agile footwork to quickly redirect, driving fast and physical on plays. Always seems to know where the ball is, quickly locating and aggressively goes after it. Good discipline to read routes and stay glued to receivers.
Very good ballskills to snatch the ball out of the air and is ballhawk in the secondary with a school-record 16 career interceptions. Comfortable and confident in coverage, using his eyes to bait throws. Opportunistic player and always looking for the game-changing play, never afraid to take chances.

Aggressive and tough against the run and works hard to shed. Lacks ideal bulk but doesn't shy from big hits and easy to love his physical nature and competitiveness. Fiery demeanor and not afraid to get on teammates for mistakes. Known as a vocal team leader with strong football character, work ethic and ambition.

Weaknesses: Lean and lanky body type. Starts too upright at times and can get lazy with his technique. Gets caught with his eyes in the backfield and can lose sight of his man. Opens hips too early and needs to stay balanced in his backpedal.

Tends to overpursue in run support and needs to tight his angles to play under control and finish tackles. Often hits too high and needs to consistently use his long arms to wrap. Can get hung up on blocks and has looked worn down late in games, not playing with a full tank. Nagging left knee injury in 2012, but not a serious issue.



After the loss of Derek Cox we're in need of a number 1 corner, Banks can be that player for us. We're surprised to find him still here. He's a big physical corner with nice change of direction skills and the ability to jam off the snap. We believe he can be a very good press-man coverage corner which is a big part of Gus Bradley's defense.
 
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With the 34th pick in the 2013 NFL Draft the 49ers Select

Alex Okafor, DE, Texas
Height: 6-4. Weight: 261. Arm: 33 1/8. Hand: 9.

3/2/13: Okafor had a good senior season and was a consistent pass-rusher. His job got harder after Jackson Jeffcoat went out for the season with a torn pectoral, but Okafor remained productive. The senior totaled 54 tackles, 12.5 sacks, 16.5 tackles for a loss, four forced fumbles, a blocked kick and a pass batted in 2012.

Okafor performed well at the Senior Bowl. He started out the week on fire before cooling down some. Oklahoma offensive tackle Lane Johnson told WalterFootball.com that Okafor was the best pass-rusher he went against in college; NFL teams value that kind of feedback.

Okafor went out with a bang this season as he dominated Oregon State with 4.5 sacks, eight tackles, 5.5 tackles for a loss and a forced fumble. Okafor came close to a few other sacks and set up his teammates to sack the quarterback. He was dominating the right tackle with speed rushes and bull rushes.




Alex will team with Aldon Smith and Ahmad Brooks to form a 3 headed monster at rush OLB for us. Smith looked tired towards the end of the year but that was because we had nobody else to step in for him and allow him to take several plays off. Now we do.
 

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