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  • https://www.profootballnetwork.com/mockdraft/

    Fun for those self isolating or under quarantine.

    Play it slow until you catch on then fast, you can do pick trades and have you mocks done in a few minutes each.

    It sure identifies the positional cliffs.
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  • SEA 54.
    Joshua Uche
    OLB Michigan

    SEA 59.
    Raekwon Davis
    DT Alabama

    SEA 64.
    Clyde Edwards-Helaire
    RB LSU

    SEA 71.
    Jeremy Chinn
    S Southern Illinois

    SEA 86.
    Jonathan Greenard
    OLB Florida

    SEA 101.
    Robert Hunt
    G Louisiana

    SEA 133.
    Davon Hamilton
    DT Ohio State

    SEA 144.
    Saahdiq Charles
    OT LSU

    SEA 214.
    Jonathon Garvin DE Miami
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  • oops i did it again
    SEA 54.
    Joshua Uche
    OLB Michigan
    trade icon
    SEA 59.
    Raekwon Davis
    DT Alabama
    SEA 64.
    Clyde Edwards-Helaire
    RB LSU
    SEA 71.
    Jonathan Greenard
    OLB Florida
    trade icon
    SEA 86.
    Robert Hunt
    G Louisiana
    trade icon
    SEA 101.
    Jordan Elliott
    DT Missouri
    SEA 133.
    Logan Stenberg
    G Kentucky
    SEA 144.
    Bryce Hall
    CB UVA
    SEA 214.
    Jonathan Garvin
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  • P9: Isaiah Simmons, S/OLB/Blitzer/TE eraser/swiss army knife, Clemson. Traded 27/64/2021 1st.
    P59: Isaiah Wilson, OT, Georgia.
    P101: Logan Stenberg, OG, Kentucky.
    P133: Davion Taylor, OLB, Colorado.
    P144: Kindle Vildor, CB, Georgia Southern.
    P191: McTelvin Agim, DT, Arkansas.

    Needed more D-Line talent, but I mocked as if Griffen and Clowney were both on the team for 2020. Pushes DL need to 2021, went for a gamechanging talent in a trade up. Not what will happen, but it's probably what I'd do if given the opportunity. Didn't want to give up 64, but ah well.
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  • Anyone noticed that the depth at DT falls off a cliff around the end of the 3rd. Rd.?
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  • jammerhawk wrote:Anyone noticed that the depth at DT falls off a cliff around the end of the 3rd. Rd.?


    Definitely. Seems the entire draft just ends during round 5. Camp bodies everywhere. Mostly DBs and RBs. Limits the value of returns on trade back scenarios at least with respect to 2020 picks.

    And it looks like Seattle agrees with this assessment. Shedding all their picks after round 4 save a comp pick in R6.


    Maelstrom787 wrote:P9: Isaiah Simmons, S/OLB/Blitzer/TE eraser/swiss army knife, Clemson. Traded 27/64/2021 1st.
    P59: Isaiah Wilson, OT, Georgia.
    P101: Logan Stenberg, OG, Kentucky.
    P133: Davion Taylor, OLB, Colorado.
    P144: Kindle Vildor, CB, Georgia Southern.
    P191: McTelvin Agim, DT, Arkansas.

    Needed more D-Line talent, but I mocked as if Griffen and Clowney were both on the team for 2020. Pushes DL need to 2021, went for a gamechanging talent in a trade up. Not what will happen, but it's probably what I'd do if given the opportunity. Didn't want to give up 64, but ah well.


    Yeah, I've been thinking the same (trade up for Young, Simmons or maybe Chaisson). Nice idea. I don't see Seattle leaving this draft without a WR before the end of R3. Given the moves made to bolster the OL, I think we'll settle on one.
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  • Here's one I did with two trades 1st 27 to GB for 30 and 94, then 30 & 101 to Carolina for 38, 69, & 184 .

    My assumptions were Britt is traded for future pick(s)or released, the team redoes Clowney or signs Griffen.
    SEA 38. Cesar Ruiz, C Michigan
    SEA 59. Isaiah Wilson, OT Georgia
    SEA 64. Raekwon Davis,DT Alabama
    SEA 69. Jabari Zuniga, DE Florida
    SEA 94. Rashard Lawrence, DT LSU
    SEA 133. Bryce Hall, CB UVA
    SEA 144. Lamical Perine, RB Florida
    SEA 184. Alex Taylor, OT SC State
    SEA 214. Steven Montez, QB Colorado

    Got some young DLine talent before the cliff, and solid OLine talent in a rich OLine draft, disappointed I missed out on the WRs, and some of the S talent that might have been around at our picks.
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  • SEA 51.
    Joshua Uche
    OLB Michigan
    trade icon

    SEA 59.
    Raekwon Davis
    DT Alabama

    SEA 64.
    Jabari Zuniga
    DE Florida

    SEA 71.
    Willie g** Jr.
    OLB Mississippi State
    trade icon

    SEA 82.
    Van Jefferson
    WR Florida
    trade icon

    SEA 101.
    Robert Hunt
    G Louisiana

    SEA 133.
    A.J. Dillon
    RB Boston College

    SEA 144.
    Saahdiq Charles
    OT LSU

    SEA 214.
    Jonathan Garvin
    OLB Miami
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  • titan3131 wrote:SEA 51.
    Joshua Uche
    OLB Michigan
    trade icon

    SEA 59.
    Raekwon Davis
    DT Alabama

    SEA 64.
    Jabari Zuniga
    DE Florida

    SEA 71.
    Willie g** Jr.
    OLB Mississippi State
    trade icon

    SEA 82.
    Van Jefferson
    WR Florida
    trade icon

    SEA 101.
    Robert Hunt
    G Louisiana

    SEA 133.
    A.J. Dillon
    RB Boston College

    SEA 144.
    Saahdiq Charles
    OT LSU

    SEA 214.
    Jonathan Garvin
    OLB Miami



    Might be the best one I've seen yet. Realistically 7 strong contributors in that class, with several that could end up being starters by Thanksgiving.
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  • The last few rounds will naturally seem weaker when you've been mainly looking at guys taken on days 1 and 2. There are a still a lot of players with great upside they just have very low floors as well.

    Here are a few late round/UDFA guys that seem Seahawky to me for various reasons (physicals, SPARQ, backstory):
    QB: Cole McDonald, Steven Montez
    RB: La'Mical Perine, Christian Gibson
    TE: Stephen Sullivan, Charlie Woerner
    WR: Darnell Mooney, Malcolm Perry, Devin Duvernay, Ben Victor, Dezmon Patmon, Josh Pearson
    OL: Alex Taylor, Justin Herron, Hakeem Adenjii, Charlie Heck, Kevin Dotson, Austin Capps, Cordel Iwuagwu
    DT: Benito Jones, Darrion Daniels, Larrell Murchison, Malcolm Roach, DaVon Hamilton, McTelvin Agin
    LEO: Casey Toohill, DJ Wonnum, Alex Highsmith, Azur Kamara, Jon Garvin
    DE: Nick Coe, Rob Windsor, Jonah Williams
    LB: Khaleke Hudson, Cameron Brown, Cale Garrett, Evan Weaver
    CB: Michael Ojemduia, Bryce Hall, Ray Buford, Kindle Vildor, BoPete Keyes, Reggie Robinson, Delrick Abrams (33 1/4" arms)
    S: JR Reed, K'Von Wallace, Daniel Thomas, Josh Metellus, Alohi Gilman, Luther Kirk
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  • I’ve spent waaaaaay too much time on this lol.

    Like many have said the draft looks to be 4/5 rounds deep with good players then after that it kind drops off. DT falls off a cliff in round 3. Tons of WR all the way to round 4. Pash rusher thin, those guys are gonna go way ahead of where they probably should.


    Moving from 27 to the mid 30’s range provides us with so much value . Moving down 8 spots to 35 lets us add another pick in the top 100/ move that pick from 101 up to 70ish where there’s lots of good players or even move from 60ish up to 45 is where you can get a borderline 1st rounder along with 35.

    Honestly there’s no way that Schneider and co pick before 30/32
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  • SEA 32-Kenneth Murray-OLB Oklahoma

    SEA 44-Cesar Ruiz-C Michigan

    SEA 59-Isaiah Wilson-OT Georgia

    SEA 75-Neville Gallimore-DT Oklahoma

    SEA 97-Chase Claypool-WR Notre Dame

    SEA 115-Zack Moss-RB Utah

    SEA 177.L'Jarius Sneed-CB Louisiana Tech

    Trade backs award way too much value in the 1st round. Gets fairly accurate after that. Pretty good haul imo
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  • 27.
    K’Lavon Chaisson
    OLB LSU


    59.
    Lloyd Cushenberry
    C LSU


    64.
    Jeremy Chinn
    S Southern Illinois


    101.
    Willie g** Jr.
    OLB Mississippi State


    133.
    Netane Muti
    G Fresno State


    144.
    Robert Windsor
    DT Penn State


    214.
    Kendall Coleman
    DE Syracuse
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  • even more picks!

    SEA 46.
    Joshua Uche
    OLB Michigan
    trade icon

    SEA 59.
    Raekwon Davis
    DT Alabama

    SEA 73.
    Jabari Zuniga
    DE Florida
    trade icon

    SEA 77.
    Robert Hunt
    G Louisiana
    trade icon

    SEA 95.
    Bryan Edwards
    WR South Carolina
    trade icon

    SEA 101.
    Willie g** Jr.
    OLB Mississippi State

    SEA 133.
    Leki Fotu
    DT Utah

    SEA 140.
    McTelvin Agim
    DT Arkansas
    trade icon

    SEA 144.
    Kevin Dotson
    G Louisiana

    SEA 181.
    Sewo Olonilua
    RB TCU

    trade icon
    SEA 214.
    Jonathan Garvin
    OLB Miami
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  • I made no trades so it is pretty unrealistic but....


    27 Xavier McKinney S Alabama

    59 Julian Okwara DE Notre Dame

    64 Tyler Biadasz C Wisconsin

    101 Willie g** Jr OLB Willie g** Jr

    133 Netane Muti OG Fresno State

    144 Anfernee Jennings DE Alabama

    214 Julian Blackmon CB Utah
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  • pff 4 round
    settings are...

    Big board - 75% pff 25% public
    Draft for needs - most importantly
    Care for positional needs - most importantly
    Randomness - less random

    A bunch of trade backs ended up with 11 picks in four rounds...
    56-59-64-69-75-101-103-113-127-133-144

    56. Chase Claypool WR 6'4" - 230lbs ----- 9 7/8 hands - 32 1/2 arms - 4.42 forty - 40 '1/2 vert - 10'06" broad - 19 bench -----
    I just like the idea that he is from Canada, so under developed and has progressed and is coming into his own. I like that he is a tenacious blocker at 6'4" 230 lbs and that he is a physical pass catcher with speed and good hands ... a lot like D.K. .. our run game could have basically two move TE out there pass blocking and creating miss matches in coverage .. allowing Tyler to slice and dice whoever is trying to cover him.

    59. Isaiah Wilson OT/OG 6' 6 1/2" - 350 lbs ----10 1/4" hands - 35 1/2" arms - 84 3/8" wingspan - 5.32 forty - 1.79 10 y - 26 bench - 29 vert - 9' 02" broad - 5.07 20y shuttle - 8.26 3 cone-----

    I usually don't stress the o line like some on here but Russ ain't a spring chicken anymore and while I believe his best football is to come, he won't be the 20 something scrambling phenom he once was, they have to start caring a little more about building a bad ass offensive line.

    Isaiah Wilson is 350lbs but he is built like the thing from the fantastic four... not a fat guy. He has length, strength and moves pretty well and his best football is ahead of him most likely since he is only 20 years old.

    64. Antoine Winfield FS 5' 09" 203lbs ---- 9 1/2 " hands - 30 1/8" arms - 4.45 forty - 36" vert - 10" 04" broad ----

    It came down to every team wanted to trade me there picks during this mock so I had a ton and my next player drafted I knew would be there because of his position. This is a luxury pick of sorts since we have some young options and some older veterans but we don't have a true ball hawking center fielder, we have possibilities but they are not sure things. Also this dude is just a stud and could probably play slot corner and he won't last this long into the second round but can't be mad at adding him to the squad at all.

    69. Jonathan Taylor RB 5' 10" 226 lbs ---- 4.39 forty - 9 1/2" hands - 31 1/8" arms - 17 bench - 36" vert - 10' 03" broad - 4.24 20 yard shuttle - 7.01 3 cone ----

    I like Zack Baun at 27 which some people won't understand but a Sam backer that can do it all and rush the passer from line backer is a thing. He can also play leo on pass rush downs, former QB with wicked smarts and motor.... it just makes too much since but I traded back and the reason I bring him up is he is the only player I would select .. out of the ones that should be available at 27 ahead of Jonathan Taylor.

    That also doesn't make sense to a lot of people and pff does not, it was my worst graded pick even in the third round 59.6 maybe because of the other rb's available, I get that Taylor needs to take better care of the rock but your talking a ton of caries to pick up those fumbles and players can improve.

    His hands also can get better and they are not terrible but consistency is important to him .. understands how to take care of his body since talking to Ron Dayne after his freshman year, runs hard, has power, underrated cutting ability, great patience and vision and can take it to the house any time he touches the ball.

    One analyst said it best, " Taylor would be a top 15 pick if this was the 1980's" , well Pete loves himself some 80's ball. With the red zone issues, the three and out issues I love the idea of a hard nose, power runner for Pete ball that can also pull off a 90 yard house call.

    10.5 100 meter.

    75. Matt Peart OT 6' 6 5/8" 318 lbs ----- 9 1/2" hands - 36 5/8 " arms - 86 1/2 " wingspan - 26 bench - 30 vert - 9" 05" broad - 4.92 20 yard shuttle - 8.01 3 cone ----

    D. Brown is 34 years old and we need some left tackle prospects being groomed in the back ground until the wheels fall off on his brilliant football career. I like J. Jones but want some more talent in the pezz dispenser at left tackle.

    Peart's best football could be ahead of him coming from the Bronx NY and not the South East or texas where your going to offensive line camp from birth and development peaks at high school. Those arms, that size and the movement skills .. put him in the weight room and let him learn.

    Jim Naggy mentioned him on a podcast from the Senior bowl as an intriguing player with the arrow point up.. keep bringing in guys like this and wilson until we have the legion of boom like nick name for the best offensive line of all time... a kid can dream.

    oh and guys can slow down with dings through the season .. but that arm length is always 86 1/2 " even with a sore ankle on week 12. We missed out on a deep defensive line draft last year for the most part .. still have hope for LJ Collier but lets not miss out on a deep tackle draft.

    101. Jonathan Greenard DE 6'3" - 263lbs ----- 9 1/4 hands - 34 7/8 arms - 4.87 forty - 1.71 10 yard - 22 bench - 30 1/2" vert - 9' 5" broad - 4.34 20 yard shuttle - 7.13 three cone ----

    Montez Sweat would look pretty sweat on the roster right now .. but maybe we don't get D.K. if it doesn't go down like it did ... so whatever and LJ's story hasn't been written yet.

    Greenard probably doesn't make it this far ... since it's not last year .. but in this unrealistic mock draft .. he was there and I had a ton of picks .. generally I don't like to reach for needs .. I want good players added to the roster. At this point I have to pick him up even though this edge class does not appear awesome, this guy has a chance.

    Motor, long arms, leadership qualities .. injuries slowed development so as an option to put into the LEO pez dispenser there are worst options.

    103. Lloyd Cushenberry III OC/OG 6'3" - 312lbs ------ 10 3/8 hands 34 1/8 arms - 84 1/4" wingspan - 5.27 forty - 1.82 10 yard - 25 bench -----

    A strong dude for the Center/Guard Pezz dispenser ... In my dream for an all time offensive line why not have a center with 84 inch wingspan, 10 1/2 inch hands and 34 inch tackle like arm length that is also stout at the point of attack. Not the best movement skills but not terrible either... a lot to like for the future.

    Wore the 18 patch to signify the jersey number he was awarded, which is an honor at LSU for Rudy type heart beat players .. one on offense one on defense.

    113. Antonio Gibson RB/WR/KR/PR 6' 3/8" - 228lbs ----- 4.39 - 8 5/8" hands - 31 1/8" arms - 4.39 forty - 16 bench - 35 vert- 9'10" broad ----

    I just don't want Tyler Lockett getting banged up returning one more punt or kick .. I want to save him for offense. This guy is evidently a four phase special teams player with upside as a wr or rb, I want him to be Bobby Joe Edmunds though for the most part and be a primary returner.. with Homer helping out on kick offs.

    He may have to learn to punt return .. but I know he kick returns.

    127. Jeremy Chinn S/OLB 6' 03" 223lbs ---- 9 5/8" hand - 32 1/8" arm - 4.45 forty - 20 bench - 41" vert - 11' 06" broad ----

    Like I said I hate reaching for needs and just want .. what I believe are good players filling a need if all things are equal, there are more pressing needs a defensive tackle to plug into the rotation would be great but .. I would be reaching and that does not get it done.
    Big, fast, explosive tester to go with good small school production. Where he will play is above my pay grade but give him to Pete and let him figure it out .. OLB, S or whatever but more special teams life blood to start for sure.... doubt he is here but screw reality.

    133. James Morgan QB 6' 4" 229lbs ---- 9 3/4" hand - 33 3/8" arm - 4.89 forty - 29" vert - 9' 4" broad - 4.64 20 yard shuttle - 7.51 3 cone ----

    Grew up in GB a Brett Farve fan .. they say he is tough with a big arm some mobility who needs to work on accuracy .. or something like that. I don't know but sounds good to me and Seattle met with him pre draft .. for what it's worth pff loved it my best graded pick at 95... weird.
    I just like the idea of grooming a guy under Russ to flip down the road for draft picks after he has showed out in the preseason ... and starting with a 6'4" 230lb mobile ish tough guy with a big arm is the right idea.

    144. Thaddeus Moss TE 6' 2" 250lbs ---- 9 7/8 hand - 31 7/8 arm ----

    Thank God this is the last guy .. man I was excited when I started writing this up now I am excited that I am almost finished...
    4 tight ends on the roster two are 30 years old plus one has never played a full season and one is a move tight end. I am not sure if the expanded 55 man rosters start this year but even if they do 4 tight ends is a stretch not to mention 5.
    Moss however is a scrappy willing blocker that brings his hard hat in the blocking game and at 6' 2" is an intriguing TE/FB option.

    I hate it when the Seahawks keep a FB on the roster because while it can be a problem for teams to have to deal with ....defending with all the pass defending types in the league today roster spots are valuable .. so finding a good full back that can fill in another role would be huge.
    Moss has great hands and having a full back as a weapon would be amazing.. especially one that can go from the back field to in line te depending on the defensive look. 6'2' 250lbs loves to block and catches everything.

    Big run or play action pass formation

    D.K .......... DisslyT...G...C..G...T.............Claypool
    ....................................Russ
    ....................................Moss
    ............................Taylor or Carson


    Guaranteed to waste time ... check. This highly unrealistic draft was fun to dream on however ... peace.
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  • Ok pff simulator is broken with trade glitch..most realistic way to do it .. is draft for all teams .. and give them all good picks ..the ones you love and go to fan forums to find out the ones they want... gives you a better idea who will be there when the Hawks pick.. have to use draft networks simulator for that.... seeing how good of draft I can get with the trade glitch... boredom is a thing.

    Trade accepted
    The trade has been executed.

    You receive 2

    WAS receives 27, 144, 214, 2021-R1

    now I have the number two pick for this years first next years first a fourth and a sixth... So now everyone wants the number two and you just start trading back.

    trade accepted
    The trade has been executed.

    You receive 5, 18, 26, 39, 56, 70, 2021-R1

    MIA receives 2(QB)

    Washington GM is getting fired for sure.

    now I got my first round pick back for next year but Miami's ... and a bunch more ... anyway ... always compete .. people gonna be fighting for roster spots... Super Bowl!!!

    wow they fixed the glitch .. right after I posted this ... now you have to make a pick if you trade up... they got some sharp kids over there at pff or they read .net.
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  • Fun site. First draft... this is fun! Three trades in total...

    38.D’Andre Swift, RB Georgia
    SEA 44. Julian Okwara, DE Notre Dame
    SEA 59.Brandon Aiyuk, WR Arizona State
    SEA 101.Davon Hamilton, DT Ohio State
    SEA 113. Robert Hunt, G Louisiana
    SEA 144. Hunter Bryant, TE Washington
    SEA 214. Yasir Durant, OT Missouri
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  • It’s crazy how RB’s and to some extent TE’s can slide a ton in this mock but pass rushers, WR’s, and o line guys get gobbled right up. I wonder if some of the success of guys like Carson and others who got picked up in late rounds has deterred some from using top 100 picks on them
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  • SEA 46.
    Raekwon Davis
    DT Alabama
    trade icon

    SEA 59.
    Willie g** Jr.
    OLB Mississippi State

    SEA 64.
    Bryan Edwards
    WR South Carolina

    SEA 77.
    Darrell Taylor
    OLB Tennessee
    trade icon

    SEA 95.
    Matt Peart
    OT UConn
    trade icon

    SEA 101.
    Robert Hunt
    OT Louisiana

    SEA 133.
    A.J. Dillon
    RB Boston College

    SEA 144.
    Kevin Dotson
    G Louisiana

    SEA 214.
    Cole McDonald
    QB Hawaii
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  • NOTE: This post has been deleted 5/22/20, ------- this comes after multiple unprovoked attacks on me by the @$$h0le acer1240. I will never post here again. This site has officially gone to hell & I'll never return.
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  • First pick with a couple trades.

    Your score is: 38468 (GRADE: A-)

    Your Picks:
    Round 2 Pick 7 (MIA): Austin Jackson, OT, USC (A-)
    Round 2 Pick 24 (MIA): Kyle Dugger, SS/FS, Lenoir-Rhyne (A-)
    Round 2 Pick 27: Cesar Ruiz, C/OG, Michigan (A)
    Round 3 Pick 8 (ARI): Jeremy Chinn, FS/SS, S. Illinois (A)
    Round 3 Pick 37 (COMP): Zack Moss, RB, Utah (A+)
    Round 4 Pick 8 (ARI): Rashard Lawrence, DT, LSU (A+)
    Round 4 Pick 25 (ARI): Jonathan Garvin, DE, Miami (Fla.) (A+)
    Round 4 Pick 27: Alex Highsmith, DE/DT, Charlotte (A+)
    Round 5 Pick 9 (BUF): Antonio Gibson, WR, Memphis (A+)
    Round 6 Pick 22 (BUF): Evan Weaver, ILB/OLB, California (A+)
    Round 6 Pick 35 (COMP): Reggie Robinson II, CB, Tulsa (A+)


    Pro football one


    27.
    Ross Blacklock
    DT TCU


    59.
    Kyle Dugger
    S Lenoir Rhyne


    64.
    Bradlee Anae
    DE Utah


    101.
    Zack Moss
    RB Utah


    133.
    Leki Fotu
    DT Utah


    144.
    Nick Harris
    C Washington


    214.
    Trey Adams
    OT Washington

    I expect Adams to be on IR and get right, he could be a long term fix if he gets completely healthy and with possibly no football a year off and in a good system could be a big reward for a LT of the future, Harris is a smart guy and high effort much like Tobeck was. Just happen to fall with two Washington players in a position we need right now in late rounds.

    Went heavy on defense and got a physical RB.
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  • 1st no trade mock in a long time

    SEA 27.
    Javon Kinlaw
    DT South Carolina

    SEA 59.
    Jabari Zuniga
    DE Florida

    SEA 64.
    Willie g** Jr.
    OLB Mississippi State

    SEA 101.
    Darrell Taylor
    OLB Tennessee

    SEA 133.
    Robert Hunt
    OT Louisiana

    SEA 144.
    McTelvin Agim
    DT Arkansas

    SEA 214.
    Sewo Olonilua
    RB TCU
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  • Quarantine and an easy last semester has given me waaaay too much time to play with mock draft simulators. I like PFF's because the board is so customizable, and the trade downs seem better than some other free ones (however, I still feel like I got too much value for my picks).

    Trade downs I did:

    27 for 32/63 (KC)
    Easy choice to move down 5 spots and pick up a late 2nd.

    32 for 41/74/97 (CLE)
    Still an easy choice the guys I really wanted, aside from CB Jaylon Johnson (Utah) were still available.

    97 for 102/135 (PIT)
    This felt unbalanced, but I was struggling between "Do I take a crafty slot WR (Van Jefferson), or an offensive weapon (Duvernay/Gibson/Bowden Jr.)" and this way I could do both. If KJ Hill had been available, he'd have been my choice, but he was already gone and I'm lukewarm on Jefferson's ability to ever be more than a slot.

    144 for 150/183 (NYG)
    I had like 4 guys I was happy taking here, and I wanted a later pick to take a flyer on a QB.

    Okay, the actual picks:

    41 - Jordan Elliott, DT, Missouri
    Long, ultra productive SEC pass rusher. PFF loves him, while he isn't super twitchy he has enough to provide depth at our 3-tech slot right away and eventually grow into the start. PFF's DT stats seem to be more predictive than a lot of their other rankings, so I felt comfortable taking him here even though Justin Mdabuike (sp, A&M) and Marlon Davidson (Auburn) were also available. I also thought about Okwara, which wouldn't have been a bad pick here.

    59 - Josh Uche, Edge, Michigan
    Knowing that I owned 2 other 2nd round picks made me feel comfortable taking a potential part-time player here. Ideally he fulfills our Bruce Irvin role as a hybrid LEO/Rusher, but this edge class is bad I wanted to give us a long-term pass rusher at a minimum.

    63 - Netane Muti, G, Fresno State
    This is a total "I have a lot of picks, take a swing for the fences" pick, especially since my targeted WRs were all gone. He is an ultra-powerful player who holds up well in pass protection, and would probably be a first rounder if he had been able to stay healthy. I have no idea where he will go, but he seems like a great replacement for Iupati or Fluker.

    64 - Isaiah Wilson, T, Georgia
    Young and massive with pretty good movement skills, He's definitely not ready to start at RT this year, but he has lots of upside just by being long and massive. I passed up Matt Peart here, which I may regret because I probably feel better about Peart as a pass protector, but I can't see John and Pete passing up this kind of size.

    74 - Zach Moss, RB, Utah
    I heard he has a knee issue, which may make this a risky pick, but Moss is the most beast-modey runner since Marshawn. Really tough to tackle and can turn on a dime. He's not fast, but I don't think we should pay for Carson next year (I love Carson, don't get me wrong, I just can't justify a big contract for an oft-injured RB) and Moss can replace Carson in a year while providing needed insurance this year.

    101 - Van Jefferson, WR, Florida
    Even though he has the size to play outside, I don't think he's a great fit there because he doesn't have a lot of explosion or RAC ability. However, he is a chain mover and would give us route running and reliable hands, and he wouldn't embarrass himself outside if we want to give Lockett some reps in the slot.

    102 - Amik Robertson, CB, Louisiana Tech
    We look pretty good at outside corner, but I don't think we have much inside depth beyond the promising but unproven Amadi. I think Robertson would be fantastic depth and competition for our nickle spot right away. He will probably never be a starting corner for Pete, but I desperately want to at least give us the ability to get out of base defense.

    133 - Calvin Throckmorton, G/C, Oregon
    I don't think he's really a starting center this year, but he is a "bigger" C (or average sized guard) who can play in space and has smarts. I originally planned a RB/WR "weapon" type here, but I still had my top three targets for that available so I decided to wait a couple picks.

    135 - Antonio Gibson, RB/WR, Memphis
    His college career consisted of few touches, but a lot of big plays and a ton of defenders grasping at air. He's big enough to play RB (220lbs) and actually has pretty good hands, but he isn't really a good enough separator to be a full time WR. I think he offers a lot of value as a 3rd down RB who can move around the field.

    150 - McTelvin Agim, DT, Arkansas
    Pretty productive player and quite twitchy. I didn't see a huge need to add him after taking Elliott, but he could be one of those useful rotation DTs and was the best guy I saw available here.

    183 - Kenny Robinson Jr, S, WV/XFL
    I haven't seen him play, but I heard he was excellent in the XFL after leaving college early (might've been some disciplinary issues, but he also needed to earn some money due to his family situation). I didn't expect to find him available this late, and safety isn't a huge need, but I felt like the potentially high reward was worth a late pick.

    214 - Colby Parkinson, TE, Stanford
    I actually like our TE depth, but Parkinson has greats hands and size. He reminds me of the Jimmy Graham we actually ended up with, which was still a useful player (if not the one we traded for). Thought about getting a QB like Mason Fine here, but I think there are a few UDFAs who would come in for the chance to compete for a roster spot.
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  • titan3131 wrote:1st no trade mock in a long time

    SEA 27.
    Javon Kinlaw
    DT South Carolina

    SEA 59.
    Jabari Zuniga
    DE Florida

    SEA 64.
    Willie g** Jr.
    OLB Mississippi State

    SEA 101.
    Darrell Taylor
    OLB Tennessee

    SEA 133.
    Robert Hunt
    OT Louisiana

    SEA 144.
    McTelvin Agim
    DT Arkansas

    SEA 214.
    Sewo Olonilua
    RB TCU


    If Kinlaws there at 27 I will bare your first child.
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  • Subzero717 wrote:If Kinlaws there at 27 I will bare your first child.


    Nobody wants to see his first child naked; don't bare him, please!
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  • Thanks for the link. Nice to have a draft where you can make trades. Here's my attempt:

    SEA 27.
    Cesar Ruiz
    C Michigan

    SEA 64.
    Neville Gallimore
    DT Oklahoma

    SEA 65.
    Bradlee Anae
    DE Utah

    SEA 113.
    Zack Moss
    RB Utah

    SEA 133.
    Logan Stenberg
    G Kentucky

    SEA 144.
    John Hightower
    WR Boise State

    SEA 175.
    Saahdiq Charles
    OT LSU

    SEA 184.
    Anfernee Jennings
    DE Alabama

    SEA 208.
    Tanner Muse
    S Clemson

    SEA 214.
    Harrison Hand
    CB Temple
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  • 33.
    Antoine Winfield Jr.
    S Minnesota

    48.
    Jonathan Taylor
    RB Wisconsin

    64.
    Brandon Aiyuk
    WR Arizona State

    87.
    Willie g** Jr.
    OLB Mississippi State

    107.
    Matt Peart
    OT UConn

    144.
    Robert Hunt
    OT Louisiana

    214.
    Calvin Throckmorton
    C Oregon

    I forgot to get Dline...
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  • SEA 46.
    Curtis Weaver
    DE Boise State
    trade icon
    SEA 59.
    Raekwon Davis
    DT Alabama
    SEA 64.
    Willie g** Jr.
    OLB Mississippi State
    SEA 77.
    Darrell Taylor
    OLB Tennessee
    trade icon
    SEA 95.
    Bryan Edwards
    WR South Carolina
    trade icon
    SEA 101.
    Davon Hamilton
    DT Ohio State
    SEA 133.
    Robert Hunt
    OT Louisiana
    SEA 144.
    Antonio Gibson
    RB Memphis
    SEA 214.
    Reggie Robinson
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