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    Cool 2015 Mock Draft Thread

    I love those.

    I love seeing an outrageous mock draft.

    Now, what do I think we should do?

    I think our roster now has a solid base of players.

    Given that it would take too much to get Winston or a drastic tumble,
    I have decided that the Browns may do a curveball-draft.

    Now, these picks change drastically after FA, but nevertheless, let 's start.

    My main goal in this draft is to continue add players at talent bare positions.
    Since those are not so talent bare these days, I 'm thinking, yeah, I can draft BPA.

    Now, the focus is on the offense given the fact that was the problem area.
    Defense was good enough to win.

    Also am going on the premise we add a Knighton or some other NT or Dline run stuffer.
    And, Johnny is my franchise guy.

    So watch me channel my inner Farmer to give you my first mock.

    12th pick
    The strategic position of this pick is iffy, as we are just outside of that presumed top tier of talent.
    Worry not, as this draft is more deeper than top-heavy, which is becoming an increasing trend.

    Three options:
    1. TJ Clemmings, T out of Pittsburgh
    Embodies all-weather offense, and play-like-a-Brown, resembles Bitonio.
    2. DeVante Parker, WR, Louisville
    3. Jameis Winston-yep, I 'm a blind man

    Always there is an option of trading down

    19th pick
    This is where I 'm in a limbo position.
    This is where I 'm going for that trade down, and I 'm thinking, 5-8 spots lower.

    Now I take:
    1. Jaelen Strong
    2. Ronnie Stanley
    3. Alvin Dupree

    When the first round is over I see an improved offense.
    Either Stanley-Strong gives us a swing tackle with excellent tools plus a big reciever,
    or we get at least a solid #2 with Parker paired up with a true mauler.
    Winston is a pipe dream, and Dupree is a developmental pass rusher.
    We also get a future pick of some kind.

    Now, get this.
    That would be a 2nd or a 3rd by my calculations.

    I 'm making calls to get in that 2nd round.
    Using our back end of the draft picks, 5th, 6th and 7th, plus this future.

    I 'm guessin we then have the 12th, and it depends who bites on the offer.

    Now, I 'm taking guys whom I like.

    I 'll just put the prospects that I like in that area.

    1)Todd Gurley
    I 'm not targeting Gurley in the first given that injury. But I 'm all over him in the 2nd.
    2)Benardrick McKinney
    An understudy to Dansby, big guy.
    3)Maxx Williams
    Gronk lite, big and fast. Kelce with lesser blocking would probably be the best comp.
    Think his floor is Dustin Keller.

    Also a lot of other guys I like, but onward.

    3rd round
    This is the area where I like Noah Spence or Dorial Green Beckham.
    Both all world potential.
    Guys who could be impact players.
    Yet the investment isn 't that big to be detrimental for a franchise.

    4th
    This is where I look for a QB.
    Garret Grayson. Accurate guy who won 't lose you games.

    I traded away the 7th and 5th.

    With my 6th, I 'm looking for a developmental safety or the best available kicker.

    As for my UDFA tactic, I 'm looking for:
    1)Kicking competition
    2)Return threats
    3)Fullback-Trayion Durham
    4)QB-maybe we hit on a damn Brady.
    5)Ohio-homer watch, look at the Buckeyes and Ohioans. Guys who want to be in Cleveland.

    Cheers,

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    Be careful you don't strain a muscle with that reach on Clemmings. You can get him in the second.

    I want a WR, but not at 12. This draft is pretty deep on receivers, and I'd rather take one at 19 or in the second round. Give me a DL (Shelton as 12), a LB (McKinney at 19 or Perryman at 44), a WR (many options at 19 and 44) and an OL in the first three rounds and I'll be pretty happy.

    I'll be tracking the mocks pretty closely in April. I usually print off a ton and even create a "consensus mock" from the ones I read whenever I watch.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ToastedPagel View Post
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    Be careful you don't strain a muscle with that reach on Clemmings. You can get him in the second.

    I want a WR, but not at 12. This draft is pretty deep on receivers, and I'd rather take one at 19 or in the second round. Give me a DL (Shelton as 12), a LB (McKinney at 19 or Perryman at 44), a WR (many options at 19 and 44) and an OL in the first three rounds and I'll be pretty happy.

    I'll be tracking the mocks pretty closely in April. I usually print off a ton and even create a "consensus mock" from the ones I read whenever I watch.
    TJ Clemmings is dominant.

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    I like Parker at 12, Shelton at 19, Hundley with 2nd rd pick. 3rd rd. best o linemen, 4th rd. best available TE, and best LB available, 5th rd. safety , 6th rd. Wr. and kicker, 7th kick returner. I realize we will not keep all the picks, after 5th rd. not likely to make the team, unless a kicker. Parker, Shelton, and Hundley would be a great draft and very possible.

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    The more I read about him and the more Ive seen.. Jaelen Strong has to be the guy

    The time has come! Our Dynasty lies ahead!

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    updated draft: 1A. Davante Parker Wr, 1B. Eddie Goldwin DT, 2. Brent Hundley QB, 3. Daryl Williams OT, 4A. Dezmin Lewis Wr,
    4B. Tyler Kroft TE, 5 Tawain Jones ILB, 6A. Jake Ryan OLB, 6B. Clayton Geathers, 7. Sam Ficken K

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gambler View Post
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    updated draft: 1A. Davante Parker Wr, 1B. Eddie Goldwin DT, 2. Brent Hundley QB, 3. Daryl Williams OT, 4A. Dezmin Lewis Wr,
    4B. Tyler Kroft TE, 5 Tawain Jones ILB, 6A. Jake Ryan OLB, 6B. Clayton Geathers, 7. Sam Ficken K
    I can see where someone would want this draft...but with Ray Farmer as GM, his view on WR's, the depth of the WR class, the number of teams that won't have it as a 'need' as they got theirs last year....it all adds up to the it being pretty likely the Browns wait until AT LEAST the 19, if not the second round to go WR. I honestly wouldn't be surprised if the Browns package one of the fourths along with the second to get to the top of the round to get the WR they want.
    Football is all about synergy. Replace a poor player with a great player and watch the surrounding players suddenly seem vastly improved. When you aren't covering for someone else, you can do YOUR JOB better.



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    Ok, one logical mock.

    1a WR DeVante Parker
    1b NT Jordan Phillips
    2. DE/OLB Preston Brown
    3. OT Cedric Ogbuehi
    4.a TE Tyler Kroft
    4.b OG Shaquille Mason
    5. S Jacob Hagen
    6.a Dezmin Lewis
    6.b Jeff Luc
    7. FB Jalston Fowler

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    The new Walter Football Mock is niiiiiiiiiice......

    1. OT - Andrus Peat, Stanford
    1. DT - Eddie Goldman, FSU
    2. NT - Jordan Phillips, Oklahoma
    3. WR - Nelson Agholor, USC
    4. TE - Clive Walford, Miami
    4. WR - Tony Lippett, MSU (this one doesn't thrill me)

    I would take this draft right now and run with it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The_QCT View Post
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    The new Walter Football Mock is niiiiiiiiiice......

    1. OT - Andrus Peat, Stanford
    1. DT - Eddie Goldman, FSU
    2. NT - Jordan Phillips, Oklahoma
    3. WR - Nelson Agholor, USC
    4. TE - Clive Walford, Miami
    4. WR - Tony Lippett, MSU (this one doesn't thrill me)

    I would take this draft right now and run with it.
    I like everything but Agholor and Lippett.. In a WR draft this deep.. you cant come out with those 2.. just awful

    The time has come! Our Dynasty lies ahead!

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    Quote Originally Posted by The_QCT View Post
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    The new Walter Football Mock is niiiiiiiiiice......

    1. OT - Andrus Peat, Stanford
    1. DT - Eddie Goldman, FSU
    2. NT - Jordan Phillips, Oklahoma
    3. WR - Nelson Agholor, USC
    4. TE - Clive Walford, Miami
    4. WR - Tony Lippett, MSU (this one doesn't thrill me)

    I would take this draft right now and run with it.
    Awwwww... Yes.

    LOVE that. Agree with the above though, we can do better with the receivers.
    Last edited by Uncle Barrels; 03-07-2015 at 09:46 PM. Reason: Further thoughts...

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    I really believe in BPA. Take the 4-3 guys off your big board then BPA all the way. Yep we have a stud LT but hes getting older so if BPA is a LT then draft him.

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