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  1. Armchair Quarterback

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    Great Blue North Draft Report

    Aaron Williams CB 6-0 195 Texas Jr
    Jurrell Casey DT 6-0 305 USC Jr
    Tyron Smith OT 6-5 285 USC Jr
    Jordan Todman RB 5-9 195 UConn Jr
    Shane Vereen RB 5-10 205 Cal Jr
    Torrey Smith WR 6-1 205 Maryland Jr
    DeAndre Brown WR 6-5 240 Southern Miss Jr
    Tori Gurley WR 6-5 230 South Carolina RS
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    Depending on where he's available DeAndre Brown could be a nasty value pick. 1100 yards and 12 TDs his freshman year then had a horrible broken leg Southern Miss never gave him enough time to fully recover from. If he ever got completely healthy he's got freak physical skills.
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    3 more

    Blaine Gabbert QB 6-5 240 Missouri Jr
    Akeem Ayers LB 6-4 255 UCLA Jr
    Tandon Doss Wr 6-2 195 Indiana Jr
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    Gabbert declaring is huge for a couple of reasons:

    - He was hardly a sure thing to declare, but he will go before the Raiders pick and slide a player down to 17 that wouldn't otherwise be there.
    - I doubt Aldon Smith goes back to school now since Missouri will likely take a step back next year. Increases the pool of players at a position of need.
    - There seems to be momentum for the top juniors to declare. If they all do, the Pats chances for a killer draft class increases significantly. Seems obvious but even losing a couple of these juniors could change the whole dynamic of the top 33.
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    Akeem Ayers is good in coverage but my problem with him is his pass rushing moves.Could be available at 17.Brandon Harris also declared for miami.
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    Brandon Harris has declared. While he likely won't go before #17, he may go before #33 or even be in the discussion for the Pats with 1B/2A.

    Edit: Sorry, missed the Harris news in the prior post.
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    Good to see my boy Da'Quan Bowers has declared. Although if he doesnt go to Cincy at 4 he could fall a bit based on the teams in the top 10. Definately an interesting guy to watch on draft day.
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    Ryan Broyles will return for his senior season.That baffles me.He said to get himself ready for the nfl.:rolleyes:The guy had 1622 yards.He still was projected to be a second to third round pick.He will also be 24 when he enters the draft.
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    Tons of updates today - lots of new people declaring and some (Luck, Broyles) staying.
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    Some big names declaring:

    Da'Quan Bowers
    JJ Watt
    Brandon Harris
    Marcell Dareus
    AJ Green
    Marc Ingram
    Justin Houston
    Ryan Mallett
    Janoris Jenkins


    A few weeks ago I didn't think that DE would be that a big need for the Pats going into the draft but now Brace, Wright, Deaderick and Ty Warren are all pretty big question marks. I'm starting to think that Dareus at #17 would look real good on the Pats and if not him than Watt.
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    Luck staying pretty much cancels out Gabbert declaring.
    Broyles doesn't stand to lose as much money as Luck.
    In fact he might even improve his draft status.
    But when you're projected #1 like Luck, there's nowhere to go but down from there.
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    Pitt RB Dion Lewis will declare, and has received a 3rd round grade from the advisory committee. I just heard this, this morning on the Pittsburgh sports radio station. Could be decent value in the 3rd.
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    Aldon Smith declared as well.I am waiting to see if Jared Crick will declare.I actually want Cameron Heyward now at 17.
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    2011 Declared Underclassmen

    2011 NFL draft: Da'Quan Bowers leads underclassmen going pro - ESPN

    2011 NFL Draft Underclassmen

    Player Position School Height Weight Grade

    Da'Quan Bowers DE Clemson 6-4 280 97
    Patrick Peterson CB LSU 6-1 211 97
    A.J. Green WR Georgia 6-4 208 97
    Marcell Dareus DT Alabama 6-2⅝ 303 96
    Blaine Gabbert QB Missouri 6-3⅝ 240 96
    Robert Quinn DE North Carolina 6-4⅝ 254 96
    Julio Jones WR Alabama 6-4 211 94
    Akeem Ayers OLB UCLA 6-3¾ 249 92
    J.J. Watt DE Wisconsin 6-5½ 279 92
    Mark Ingram RB Alabama 5-10 215 92
    Ryan Mallett QB Arkansas 6-6¾ 238 88
    Brandon Harris CB Miami (Fla.) 5-10½ 193 92
    Corey Liuget DT Illinois 6-3 300 90
    Tyron Smith OT USC 6-5 291 89
    Rahim Moore S UCLA 6-1 196 88
    Ryan Williams RB Virginia Tech 5-10 210 87
    Jonathan Baldwin WR Pittsburgh 6-4⅝ 224 87
    Aaron Williams CB Texas 6-0½ 192 86
    Torrey Smith WR Maryland 6-0 202 82
    Kyle Rudolph TE Notre Dame 6-5¼ 253 81
    Brandon Burton CB Utah 6-0 187 80
    Jurrell Casey DT USC 6-0¾ 300 79
    Robert Sands S West Virginia 6-4⅞ 221 80
    Tandon Doss WR Indiana 6-2½ 202 74
    Mikel Leshoure RB Illinois 6-0 227 71
    Dion Lewis RB Pitttsburgh 5-7½ 195 69
    Will Hill S Florida 6-0½ 205 57
    John Clay RB Wisconsin 6-1 248 54
    Henry Hynoski TE Pittsburgh 6-1⅝ 257 36
    DeAndre Brown WR Southern Miss 6-6 239 --
    Randall Cobb WR Kentucky 5-11 186 --
    Darren Evans RB Virginia Tech 6-0 220 --
    Tori Gurley WR South Carolina 6-5 230 --
    Lawrence Guy DT Arizona State 6-5 300 --
    Jamie Harper RB Clemson 6-0 230 --
    Thomas Keiser LB Stanford 6-5 257 --
    Zane Parr DE Virginia 6-6 275 --
    Stevan Ridley RB LSU 6-0 223 --
    Aldon Smith DE Missouri 6-5 260 --
    Jordan Todman RB Connecticut 5-9 193 --
    Muhammad Wilkerson DT Temple 6-5 305 --
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    With two more days left to declare:

    Torrey Smith WR, Maryland
    Aaron Williams CB, Texas
    Jurrell Casey DT, USC
    Tyron Smith OT, USC
    DeAndre Brown WR, Southern Mississippi
    Shane Vereen RB, CAL
    Jordan Todman RB, UConn
    Tori Gurley WR, South Carolina
    Blaine Gabbert QB, Missouri
    Tandon Doss WR Indiana
    Akeem Ayers LB, UCLA
    Brandon Harris CB, Miami
    Zane Parr DE, Virginia
    Kyle Rudolph TE, Notre Dame
    Muhammad Wilkerson DT, Temple
    Da’Quan Bowers DE, Clemson
    JJ Watt DE, Wisconsin
    Darren Evans RB, Virginia Tech
    Ryan Mallett QB, Arkansas
    Mark Ingram RB, Alabama
    Marcell Dareus DT, Alabama
    Rahim Moore S, UCLA
    Julio Jones WR, Alabama
    Brandon Burton CB, Utah
    John Clay RB, Wisconsin
    Robert Sands S, West Virginia
    Aldon Smith DE, Missouri
    AJ Green WR, Georgia
    Ryan Williams RB, Virginia Tech
    Jamie Harper RB, Clemson
    Lawrence Guy DT, Arizona
    Patrick Peterson CB, LSU
    Matrez Wilson LB, Illinois
    Jacquizz Rodgers RB, Oregon St.
    Jon Baldwin WR, Pitt
    Dion Lewis RB, Pitt
    Henry Hynoski FB, Pitt
    Will Hill S, Florida St.
    Mikel Leshoure RB, Illinois
    Corey Liuget DT, Illinois

    2011 NFL Draft Declared Underclassmen | 2011 NFL Draft
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    Re: 2011 Declared Underclassmen

    Don't forget Kenny Tate S, and Cam Newton QB.
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    Cam Newton QB has declared according to ESPN.
    Kenny Tate S is rumored that he will declare. Has anyone got confirmation?
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