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  1. DGameguy

    DGameguy Third String But Playing on Special Teams

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    Hey all,

    So Ive been bored at work/school and have been trying to compile my first ever mock draft. It's going to be my own work, not just a consensus of other drafts, so I would like to know if you guys have any hints or tips as to how to get started. For example, the best ways to format it, etc. I own all of the major draft guides from the 02 draft to this years.
     
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    Start with J. Russell at #1!
     
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    drpatriot Third String But Playing on Special Teams

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    The way I've usually done things is list the team picking, the pick, the position the pick plays, the pick's college team, and a little write up in addition.

    I.e:

    1 Oakland: JaMarcus Russell, QB, LSU: The Raiders are in dire need of a new leader for their team, and Russell is the #1 QB on the board.

    Also, if you get stuck on making a pick, fantasyfootballjungle.com is a nice resource for making intelligent need-based selections. Don't follow them verbatim, though, because their actual picks are a little out of date (i.e. Quentin Moses in the first round), but they actually show how many submitted mocks have selected each position for a certain team.
     
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