2013 SR Non-Official Mock Draft 3rd Round Thread! (1 Viewer)


Nov 11, 2009
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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.


Mike Glennon, QB, N.C. State
Tyler Wilson, QB, Arkansas
Tyler Bray*, QB, Tennessee
Ryan Nassib, QB, Syracuse
Matt Scott, QB, Arizona

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

Markus Wheaton, WR, Oregon State
Stedman Bailey*, WR, West Virginia
Aaron Dobson, WR, Marshall
Marquess Wilson*, WR, Washington State
Marcus Davis, WR, Virginia Tech

Travis Kelce, TE, Cincinnati
Ryan Otten, TE, San Jose State
Nick Kasa, TE, Colorado
Dion Sims*, TE, Michigan State
Levine Toilolo*, TE, Stanford

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

David Bakhtiari*, OT, Colorado
Jordan Mills, OT, Louisiana Tech
Xavier Nixon, OT, Florida
Ricky Wagner, OT, Wisconsin

Alvin Bailey*, OT/G, Arkansas
David Quessenberry, C/G, San Jose State
Garrett Gilkey, G, Chadron State
Hugh Thornton, G, Illinois

David Quessenberry, C/G, San Jose State
Brian Schwenke, C, California
Khaled Holmes, C, USC
Braxston Cave, C, Notre Dame
Dalton Freeman, C, Clemson

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

3-4 OLB:
Brandon Jenkins, DE/OLB, Florida State
Michael Buchanan, DE/OLB, Illinois
Stansly Maponga*, DE/OLB, TCU
Wes Horton, DE, USC
Malliciah Goodman, DE, Clemson

Kwame Geathers*, DT, Georgia
Montori Hughes, DT, Tennessee-Martin
Brandon Moore, DT, Texas
T.J. Barnes, DT, Georgia Tech
Jose Jose, DT, Central Florida

4-3 DE:
John Simon, DE, Ohio State
William Gholston*, DE, Michigan State
Devin Taylor, DE/OLB, South Carolina
Michael Buchanan, DE/OLB, Illinois
Wes Horton, DE, USC

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:
Trevardo Williams, OLB, Connecticut
Gerald Hodges, OLB, Penn State
Sean Porter, OLB, Texas A&M
Jelani Jenkins*, OLB, Florida
Zaviar Gooden, OLB, Missouri

Nico Johnson, ILB, Alabama
Tom Wort*, ILB, Oklahoma
Bruce Taylor, ILB, Virginia Tech
Vince Williams, ILB, Florida State
Steve Greer, ILB, Virginia

Dwayne Gratz, CB, Connecticut
Terry Hawthorne, CB, Illinois
Josh Johnson, CB, Purdue
Rod Sweeting, CB, Georgia Tech
Sanders Commings, CB, Georgia

Shamarko Thomas, S, Syracuse
J.J. Wilcox, S, Georgia Southern
Shawn Williams, S, Georgia
Duke Williams, S, Nevada
Robert Lester, S, Alabama

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:

Draft order:

And Draft value chart for trades:


Nov 11, 2009
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Round 1 Draft order
  1. Kansas City (2-14) LT Luke Joeckel (Texas A&M)
  2. Jacksonville (2-14) OLB Dion Jordan (Oregon)
  3. Oakland (4-12) DT Shariff Floyd (Florida)
  4. Philadelphia (4-12) CB Dee Millner (Alabama)
  5. Detroit (4-12) LT Eric Fisher (Central Michigan)
  6. Cleveland (5-11) OG Chance Warmack (Alabama)
  7. Arizona (5-11) LT Lane Johnson (Oklahoma)
  8. Buffalo (6-10) QB Geno Smith (West Virgina)
  9. New York Jets (6-10) OLB Jarvis Jones (Georgia)
  10. Tennessee (6-10) DE Ezekiel Ansah (BYU)
  11. San Diego (7-9) G/C Johnathan Cooper (North Carolina)
  12. Miami (7-9) CB Desmond Trufant (Washington)
  13. Tampa Bay (7-9) CB Xaivier Rhodes (Florida State)
  14. Carolina (7-9) NT Star Lotulelei (Utah)
  15. New Orleans (7-9) OLB Barkevious Mingo (LSU)
  16. St. Louis (7-8-1) WR Cordarrelle Patterson (Tennessee)
  17. Pittsburgh (8-8)WR Tavon Austin (WestVirginia)
  18. Dallas (8-8) FS Kenny Vaccaro (Texas)
  19. New York Giants (9-7) DT Sheldon Richardson (Missouri)
  20. Chicago (10-6) TE Tyler Eifert(Notre Dame)
  21. Cincinnati* (10-6) ILB Alec Ogletree(Georgia)
  22. St. Louis - from Washington* (10-6) S Matt Elam (Florida)
  23. Minnesota* (10-6) ILB Kevin Minter (LSU)
  24. Indianapolis* (11-5) NT Johnathan Hankins (Ohio State)
  25. Minnesota - from Seattle* (11-5) WR Keenan Allen (California)
  26. Green Bay* (11-5) WR Justin Hunter (Tennessee)
  27. Houston* (12-4) OLB/DE DaMontre Moore (Texas A&M)
  28. Denver* (13-3) DE/OLB Bjoern Werner (FSU)
  29. New England* (12-4) DE Margus Hunt (SMU)
  30. Atlanta* (13-3) DE Dontae Jones (UCLA)
  31. San Francisco* (11-4-1) FS Eric Reid (LSU)
  32. Baltimore* (10-6) SS Jonathan Cyprien (FIU)
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)

Round 3
  1. Kansas City (2-14) ILB Kevin Reddick (North Carolina)
  2. Jacksonville (2-14) OT Terron Armstead (Arkansas Pine-Bluff)
  3. Detroit (4-12) WR Terrance Williams (Baylor)
  4. Oakland (4-12) CB Darius Slay (Miss State)
  5. Philadelphia (4-12) C/G/T Barrett Jones (Alabama)
  6. Cleveland (5-11) CB Leon McFadden (San Diego State)
  7. Arizona (5-11) QB Matt Barkley (USC)
  8. Tennessee (6-10) DE Sam Montgomery (LSU)
  9. Buffalo (6-10) WR Kenny Stills (Oklahoma)
  10. New York Jets (6-10) CB Jordan Poyer (Oregon State)
  11. Tampa Bay (7-9) TE Vance McDonald (Rice)
  12. Buffalo -from San Francisco from Carolina (7-9) CB Tharold Simon (LSU)
  13. New Orleans (7-9) NT Jonathan Jenkins (Georgia)
  14. San Diego (7-9) G/C Travis Frederick (Wisconsin)
  15. Miami (7-9) OLB Chase Thomas (Stanford)
  16. St. Louis (7-8-1) WR Da'Rick Rogers (Tenn Tech)
  17. Pittsburgh (8-8) OLB Corey Lemonier (Auburn)
  18. Dallas (8-8) OT/G Oday Aboushi (Virginia)
  19. New York Giants (9-7) OLB Sio Moore (UConn)
  20. Miami - from Chicago (10-6) TE Gavin Escobar (San Diego State)
  21. Minnesota* (10-6) CB Tyrann Mathieu (LSU)
  22. Cincinnati* (10-6) S D.J. Swearinger (South Carolina)
  23. Washington* (10-6) CB Logan Ryan (Rutgers)
  24. Indianapolis* (11-5) OT Brennan Williams (North Carolina)
  25. Seattle* (11-5) ILB Kiko Alonso (Oregon)
  26. Green Bay* (11-5) S T.J.McDonald (USC)
  27. Houston* (12-4) NT Brandon Williams (Missouri Southern)
  28. Denver* (13-3) ILB Jonathan Bostic (Florida)
  29. New England* (12-4) WR Cobi Hamilton (Arkansas)
  30. Atlanta* (13-3) CB B.W. Webb (William & Mary)
  31. San Francisco* (11-4-1) OT Chris Faulk (LSU)
  32. Baltimore* (10-6) ILB A.J. Klein (Iowa State)
  33. Houston (compensatory) CB Will Davis (Utah State)
  34. Kansas City (compensatory) OT/G Dallas Thomas (Tennessee)
  35. Tennessee (compensatory) OT/G Brian Winters (Kent State)
Carolina -> San Francisco: Trent Robinson and Frank Alexander

Chicago -> Miami: Brandon Marshall
San Francisco -> Buffalo: Alex Okafor

Saint Kamara

Formerly SaintSproles and SaintReggie
Dec 14, 2006
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Austin, TX
I guess Stew can post geauxtiger's pick since he got a list from him. So get ready treeduck, you about to be next in line.


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Aug 3, 2011
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Hopefully I won't get confused and put the wrong guy in the wrong thread! :covri: :grin:


Nov 11, 2009
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From geauxtigers72's list
With the first pick in the 3rd round the Cheifs select

Kevin Reddick, ILB, North Carolina
Height: 6-1. Weight: 243. Arm: 31 5/8. Hand: 9 3/8.
3/2/13: Reddick was a disappointment in the early going of 2012, but played better in the second half of the season. He racked up 85 tackles, 18.5 tackles for a loss, 6.5 sacks, two forced fumbles and six passes breakup this year. Reddick may be best in the NFL as part of a 3-4 that likes to blitz from the inside linebackers. He didn't do as well as expected at the Combine.



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Aug 3, 2011
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Ok I'll make my pick shortly I was just a bit busy there for a sec...


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Aug 3, 2011
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With the 2nd pick of the 3rd round the JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS select Terron Armstead, OT/G, Arkansas Pine Bluff

6-5, 306

Vertical Broad Shuttle Cone 40
34.50 9'4" 4.72 7.62 4.71

Believed to be a solid third-day selection entering the Shrine Game, Armstead's draft stock is on the rise.
Armstead was an injury replacement for Dallas Thomas at the Senior Bowl and didn't look out of place in Mobile. He had a tough start in the final practce with some ugly reps in one-on-one drills, but he recovered and improved throughout practice, finishing strong and earning some praise from coaches.

Members of the SWAC weren't the least bit surprised by his success. He's been a dominant force at this level throughout his career, earning all-conference honors following each of the past three seasons. He was a highly regarded prep prospect but elected to sign with Arkansas Pine-Bluff because it was the only university willing to allow him to compete in both football and track. It isn't difficult to understand why Armstead might want to pursue his opportunities in track and field... despite only participating in the sport for two years, he won the state championship in shot put (long was 62'3").

Shockingly athletic and having established that he can play with anyone, Armstead might be the best offensive tackle no one is talking about... yet.

STRENGTHS: Remarkable athlete. Lines up at left tackle but has the athleticism to consider as a tackle-eligible pass-catcher. Good burst off the snap and accelerates quickly, making him an ideal fit in a zone-blocking offense which requires blocking on the move and releasing to the second level. Flashes great explosiveness with a powerful initial pop to the defender. Good balance. Plays on the balls of his feet and his knees bent, showing the ability to adjust to oncoming pass rushers and mirroring them throughout the play. Very intelligent. An Industrial Technology (IT) major who will graduate this summer.
WEAKNESSES: A better athlete than football player, at this time. Possesses excellent speed but too often gets to the second level only to lose sight of his target. Provides an explosive pop but needs to improve his upper body and hand strength to latch on and sustain his blocks. Does not do a good enough job of finishing blocks at the SWAC level. Struggled a bit anchoring against powerful rushers at the East-West and Senior Bowl. Possesses obvious upside but might need a year in the weight room to compete at the NFL level.

Compares to: Joe Staley, OT, San Francisco 49ers -- Savvy scouts had been watching Staley dominate the MAC for years but he didn't really begin earning national attention until a strong effort at the Senior Bowl and dazzling workout at the 2007 Combine. Should Armstead commit to the game with the intensity that Staley has, he too could wind up emerging as an upper-echelon blindside tackle in the NFL.

Here at the Jags we had to go O-line, we have weaknesses all across the line and we find ourselves looking for the most versatile player we can find left on the board, Terron is that player we believe.


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May 9, 2007
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With the 3rd pick of the 3rd round, the Detroit Lions select:

Terrance Williams, WR, Baylor

Detroit is thrilled to add the wideout from Baylor. We feel like Terrance is arguably a top 5 wideout in this class. He will add another big wideout for Matt Stafford to throw to. Terrance can run all the routes and should form a nice complement next to Calvin Johnson.


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Jan 24, 2006
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The Oakland Raiders select:

Darius Slay CB Mississippi St

Darius Slay, CB, Mississippi State
Height: 6-0. Weight: 192.
40 Time: 4.36.
Projected Round (2013): 2-3.
3/9/13: While Johnthan Banks has received the majority of the attention, Slay had a strong senior season and is a good prospect in his own right. He recorded five interceptions, 40 tackles and six passes broken up this year. Slay held up well when teams stayed away from Banks and Slay showed some man-coverage ability. He had 24 tackles, an interception and four passes defensed in 2011.

Slay was excellent at the Combine. He blazed a fast 40 time and looked good in the field drills. Slay's stock has been rising and some feel he could go ahead of Banks.

The Raiders need help in their secondary and this is an excellent value in the 3rd round.


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