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KDPPatsfan85 1 round mock draft 1.0 (NO TRADES) - Vince Curry, Alfonzo Dennard

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  1. KDPPatsfan85

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    team needs: NFL Draft: Team Needs for All 32 Teams | NEPatriotsDraft.com - 2012 NFL Draft

    Big Board:WalterFootball.com: 2012 NFL Draft Big Board

    Round 1:

    1. Colts- Andrew Luck QB Stanford
    2. Rams- Matt Kalil OT USC
    3. Vikings- Morris Claiborne CB LSU
    4. Browns- Robert Griffin III QB Baylor
    5. Buccaneers- Trent Richardson RB Alabama
    6. Redskins- Justin Blackmon WR Oklahoma State
    7. Jaguars- Quinton Coples DE UNC
    8. Dolphins- Riley Reiff OT Iowa
    9. Panthers- Melvin Ingram DE South Carolina
    10. Bills- Jonathan Martin OT Stanford
    11. Chiefs- Dre Kirkpatrick CB Alabama
    12. Seahawks- Courtney Upshaw DE Alabama
    13. Cardinals- Whitney Mercilus OLB Illinois
    14. Cowboys- David DeCastro OG Stanford
    15. Eagles- Luke Kuechly ILB Boston College
    16. Jest- Devon Still DE Penn State
    17. Bengals- Janoris Jenkins CB North Alabama
    18. Chargers- Michael Brockers DE LSU
    19. Bears- Michael Floyd WR Notre Dame
    20. Titans- Gordy Glenn OG/OT Georgia
    21. Bengals- Kendall Wright WR Baylor
    22. Browns- Alshon Jeffery WR South Carolina
    23. Lions- Chase Minnifield CB Virginia
    24. Steelers- Mike Adams OT Ohio State
    25. Broncos- Dont'a Hightower LB Alabama
    26. Texans- Nick Perry OLB USC
    27. PATRIOTS- VINNY CURRY OLB MARSHALL
    28. Packers- Mark Barron SS Alabama
    29. Ravens- Peter Konz OC Wisconsin
    30. 49ers- Mohammed Sanu WR Rutgers
    31. PATRIOTS- ALFONZO DENNARD CB NEBRASKA
    32. Gints- Vontaze Burfict ILB Arizona State
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    Nope. Besides the Pats pick theres a lot of misses in there
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    This is worse than the other one you did..
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    This would be just about worst case scenario for me. I see Curry as a late 2nd prospect, and I have no idea where I'd play Dennard.
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    First off, before I rip the picks(sorry, but I have to) I want to give you credit for taking the time and effort to put together a mock draft. They are not easy and it is your mock, so you do what you want, but....

    I just feel like both picks for the pats are not very good.

    I do not mind Curry for the Patriots, but not in the 1st. I look at his tape and I do not see a guy who is all that dynamic and while he has a great motor I am not sure that his skill set right now is that of a player who can win the starting job on this defense right now, and that is what you have to get from your 1st round pick.

    As far as Dennard, I think I have made my case on why I do not think he is a good fit for a multitude of reasons in some of the other posts, but just quickly, he does not fit the style of play that the Patriots like to run and he does not have the hips, feet, or speed to play that style. Not a fan of his at all.

    Good effort, but I think there needs to be some re-evaluation.
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    Are there any DE/OLB types you think are worthy of a late first round pick? I like what I see of Curry on tape. I think its possible that he could get meaningful reps at 4-3 DE in his rookie year and develop into a stud 3-4 OLB over time. I think he'd be an instant upgrade over Cunningham.
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    No Cox or Poe in the first round........
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    First off, it is not Cunningham this player would need to beat out. Cunningham was a healthy scratch for most of the year and then he did eventually get hurt and put on IR.
    As of right now, I am not sure if there is a guy who I feel is a good enough conversion project to take with a first rounder. I will be interested in seeing what kind of numbers Hightower puts up at the combine and I think there are some guys in the 2nd, 3rd, and 4th round that I think make interesting conversion players as well, including Curry, but just not in the 1st.
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    Nope. I wouldn't roll the dice on an OLB convert until the 2nd round.
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    Sounds like you and I are on the same page on this particular topic.:D
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    Haha I just don't like gambling with first rounders and we all know Belichick feels the same way. It's the only round where you have a very high percentage at getting a real contributor, why throw in a stick of dynamite?
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    i do not see blackmon falling past 5.
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    This. Some analysts have him as low as #12... I just don't see that.
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    Watched several Nebraska games the past two years. Seems Dennard was always chasing after his man, trying to make the tackle. He's a poor man's McCourtney.

    Saw Curry against Tulsa. He didn't stand out as a special player (this is before I knew his draft status). Tulsa single blocked him the whole game, I never noticed his name being called.
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