The 6th Annual SR.com "Official" Mock Draft 3rd Round: Complete (1 Viewer)

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ROUND 3
1 (63) Kansas City JJ Wilcox, SS, Georgia Southern
2 (64) Jacksonville Justin Pugh, OT/G, Syracuse
3 (65) Detroit Tyrann Mathieu, CB, LSU
4 (66) Oakland DJ Hayden, CB, Houston
5 (67) Philadelphia Jamar Taylor, CB, Boise State
6 (68) Cleveland Blidi Wreh-Wilson, CB, Connecticut
7 (69) Philadelphia( from Arizona) Travis Frederick, C/G, Wisconsin
8 (70) Tennessee Brandon Williams, DT, Mississippi Southern State
9 (71) Carolina ( from Buffalo) Jordan Poyer, CB, Oregon State
10 (72) Houston (from New York Jets) DJ Swearinger SS South Carolina
11 (73) Tampa Bay Matt Barkley QB, USC
12 (74) San Francisco (from Carolina) Robert Alford, CB, Southeastern Louisiana
13 (75) Cincinnati (from New Orleans) Giovani Bernard, RB, North Carolina
14 (76) San Diego Trevardo Williams, OLB, Connecticut
15 (77) Buffalo (from Miami) Terrance Williams, WR, Baylor
16 (78) St. Louis Le'veon Bell, RB, Michigan State
17 (79) Pittsburgh Brennan Williams, OT, North Carolina
18 (80) Dallas Khaseem Greene, OLB, Rutgers
19 (81) New York Giants Aaron Dobson, WR, Marshall
20 (82) Miami (from Chicago) Vance McDonald, TE, Rice
21 (83) New York Jets (from Houston) (from Minnesota) Travis Kelce, TE, Cincinnati
22 (84) New Orleans (from Cincinnati) Brandon Jenkins, DE/OLB, FSU
23 (85) Washington David Bakhtiari, OT/G, Colorado
24 (86) Indianapolis Jordan Mills, OT, Louisiana Tech
25 (87) Seattle Da'Rick Rogers WR, Tennesse Tech
26 (88) Green Bay Ryan Swope WR Texas A&M
27 (89) New York Jets (from Houston) Montee Ball, RB, Wisconsin
28 (90) Denver Christine Michael, RB, Texas A&M
29 (91) New England Corey Lemonier, DE/OLB, Auburn
30 (92) Chicago (from Atlanta) Zaviar Gooden LBer Missouri
31 (93) San Francisco Shamarko Thomas, S, Syracuse
32 (94) Cincinnati (from Baltimore) Sio Moore, OLB, UConn
33 (95) Houston (Comp) EJ Manuel, QB, FSU
34 (96) Kansas City (Comp) Marquise Goodwin, WR, Texas
35 (97) Tennessee (Comp) Logan Ryan, CB, Rutgers
 
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Yes. I was just updating the traded picks. If I have missed any, please let me know. And be quiet, zeetes.
 

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Just curious, anyone here looking to trade back? I have 3 picks in this round and I'd like to go up a few spots and perhaps land another 4 or 5.
 

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As always the Bucks are interested.
 

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With the 63rd selection in the 2013 NFL "Experts" Mock Draft, the Kansas City Chiefs select...

JJ Wilcox, SS, Georgia Southern





We are very excited to add this, admittedly raw, but very talented player to our team. Having only played Strong Safety for a year, Wilcox still has some learning to do at the position. His talent, however, cannot be denied. The 6'5", 216lb specimen has ideal size to match up with the league's taller WRs as well as TEs. His experience as a WR also gives him an edge, we feel, when it comes to guarding them as well as a better chance to make plays on the ball. The Chiefs can certainly use depth in our secondary and Wilcox can provide that, while also providing skills on special teams. He averaged over 25 yards per return at GSU and looks to compete for playing time there at first.

Having only played one season at strong safety, Wilcox ranks among the more intriguing projections of the 2013 draft for scouts.

The well-built athlete signed with the Eagles as a wide receiver and made the transition to slot back when head coach Jeff Monken brought the option to Georgia Southern. Despite success at each position, Wilcox agreed to make the switch to safety to help out the team.

In his only collegiate season at the position, he finished second on the team with 88 tackles, three passes broken up and two interceptions. The jack-of-all trades also averaged 25.2 yards per kickoff return for the Eagles.

Wilcox's size, athleticism and versatility caught the attention of talent evaluators, including Phil Savage and the Senior Bowl, who brought him to compete against the nation's elite prospects. With a solid performance in Mobile, Wilcox may have put himself in position to be the first GSU athlete drafted since Jacksonville selected another defensive back, David Young, in the sixth round of the 2003 draft.

ANALYSIS

Strengths: Athletic frame with a thick lower half. Stands out at this level due to his athleticism and proved he deserved to be on the same field with the top prospects in Mobile. Good lateral agility. Surprisingly adept as an open field tackler. Attacks the line of scrimmage when he reads run but while fast to the action, breaks down pretty well, showing enough balance, patience and strength for the effective stop... Showed some instincts and range operating as a single-high safety during Senior Bowl drills. Good leaping ability and body control. Timed his leaps well and has good hand-eye coordination, perhaps due to time on offense. Obvious upside.

Weaknesses: Questionable straight-line speed. Looks like a one-speed player who glides with normal acceleration rather than showing the suddenness to run with NFL wideouts. A work in progress regarding his technique, though in all fairness, this is to be expected... Tends to bend at the waist rather than the knees. Attacks the line of scrimmage as a run defender, slipping by most blocks but too often is tied up when he they do get to him. Tools worthy of developing but isn't ready for prime time yet.

Compares To: Atari Bigby, SS, San Diego Chargers
 
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JRad sent me his pick.

Jacksonville selects:

Justin Pugh, OT/G, Syracuse

 

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