Patsfans Draft Forum Patriots Mock- The Grand Finale*

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  1. PATSNUTme

    PATSNUTme Paranoid Homer Moderator Staff Member Supporter

    #75 Jersey

    Has it been a moth since we did the last one? Much has changed so let's do another.

    NFL Draft - 2009 Draft Prospects - Football

    Rules - there has to be rules.

    You cannot pick anyone ranked 3 places above the Patriots picks. So you can't choose a player ranked #19 or above and so on and so forth.

    Once you've done that then you can do one with trades as long as the trades make sense from the value board.

    This is just to see where people are thinking about the players there are no winners or losers. DO NOT tear into someone else picks until you have made yours, and do it respectfully.;) OK go to it!

    The Patriots draft picks are:

    PATRIOTS 23 34 47 58 89 97 124 170 199 207 234

    This will be the final one unless we do another one.

    Here is a trade value chart
    Last edited: Apr 8, 2009
  2. PATSNUTme

    PATSNUTme Paranoid Homer Moderator Staff Member Supporter

    #75 Jersey

    I really like the way this worked out. #97 was the toughest choice for me.

    #23 Clay Matthews, ILB USC
    #34 Conner Barwin, OLB Cin
    #47 Eric Wood, C-G, Lou
    #58 William Moore, SS Mo
    #89 Louis Murphy, Wr, Fl
    #97 David Viekune OLB, HI
    #124 Xavier Fulton, OT, Ill
    #170 Sammi Lee Hill, DT, Stillman
    #199 Brooks Foster, WR, UNC
    #207 Bear Pascoe, TE/LS Fresno
    #234 Greg Toler, CB, St Pauls- Why not?
    Last edited: Apr 8, 2009
  3. TriplecHamp

    TriplecHamp Experienced Starter w/First Big Contract

    #24 Jersey

    #23) Rey Maualuga-ILB USC (ILB to play alongside Mayo for the next 8 years. Will play the SILB role and main objective: Hurt the QB and stop the run
    #34) Robert Ayers-DE/OLB Tennessee (Mike Mayock just said that Ayers is a guy who was flying under the radar...Said Ayers could play 4-3 end or 3-4 OLB..."Ayers will be the best defensive player to come out of this draft.")
    -Mike Mayock.

    #47) Louis Delmas- SS/FS Western Michigan (Patriots Bolster the Safety position and get a nickle player for this year, but a future starter.)

    #58) Jamon Meridith- OT South Carolina (Future Left tackle?, possible starter at right tackle?)

    #89) Shawn Nelson-TE Southern Mississippi
    #97) Antoine Caldwell- C Alabama
    #124) Ricky Jean Francois- DT LSU
    #170) Aaron Kelly- WR Clemson
    #199) Chris Baker-DT Hampton
    #207) Joe Burnett- CB UCF
    #234) Devin Moore- RB Wyoming
  4. Nestapats

    Nestapats Practice Squad Player

    Trade #124 and #58 to get to #53, trade #89 and #234 to move up a spot

    #23 Maualuga ILB
    #34 Barwin OLB
    #47 D.J. Moore DB
    #53 Delmas DB
    #88 Luigs C/G
    #97 Ramses Barden WR
    #170 Alex Boone RT
    #199 Pannel Egboh DE
    #207 Bear Pascoe TE
  5. Seneschal2

    Seneschal2 In the Starting Line-Up

    #23 Darius Butler CB Connecticut
    #34 Connor Barwin, OLB, Cincinnati
    #47 Patrick Chung SS Oregon
    #58 Jarron Gilbert DE San Jose State
    #89 Jason Williams OLB Western Illinois
    #97 Brandon Tate WR North Carolina
    #124 T.J. Lang OG Eastern Michigan
    #170 Brandon Underwood FS Cincinnati
    #199 Bear Pascoe, TE/LS Fresno
    #207 Thomas Morstead P Southern Methodist
    #234 Dan Skuta OLB Grand Valley State
  6. mayoclinic

    mayoclinic Supporter Supporter

    No trades necessary; their rankings listed in parentheses:

    23 - Connor Barwin, OLB (31)
    34 - William Beatty, OT (43)
    47 - Louis Delmas, S (51)
    58 - Jarron Gilbert, DE (58)
    89 - Jason Williams, LB (96)
    97 - TJ Lang, OG (127), or Trevor Canfield OG (104)
    124 - Mike Wallace, WR (167)
    170 - Sammie Lee Hill, DT (172), or Chris Baker DT (197)
    199 - Devin Moore, RB (233)
    207 - Joe Burnett, CB (206)
    234 - Thomas Morstead, P (236)

    I would be in 7th heaven with that draft. Can't imagine a better one for me, given my player preferences.

    If I were truly drafting blind, I would take the players in exactly the order listed. The biggest dilemma I would have would be Delmas at 47 and Gilbert at 58 - I probably wouldn't be content to sit and wait hoping that both fall, I would probably use #89 to trade up to secure one of them, thus missing out on either Jason Williams or one of the OG's, who I would have to choose between at #97.
  7. BlackFrancis

    BlackFrancis Practice Squad Player

    23 - Rey Maualuga, ILB USC

    Love him or hate him, it is highly likely that Maualuga would start at the TED for the Patriots if drafted. He'd be a clear upgrade over Bruschi and would relegate Guyton to a nice backup position.

    34 - Alex Mack, C California

    He's a bit overrated this high but Mack is the best interior lineman coming out this year in my opinion.

    47 - Clint Sintim, OLB Virgina

    Not one of the OLB drool targets but Sintim has a really nice burst off the line and has demonstrable skill and experience at linebacker. In my opinion, he is the only other 1st/2nd round OLB besides Curry that is a sure thing not to bust.

    William Moore, S Mizzou

    I really wanted to take Jarron Gilbert here but remembering Moore's junior season finally swayed me. This is a very risky pick, as Moore was just horrible last season. Moore's potential to start at safety and upgrade Sanders is more valuable to the Patriots than Gilbert being a backup next season.

    89 - Javon Ringer, RB Michigan State

    My Ringer love has officially gone past the point of rationality if I'm picking him this high. I still believe he would be a great candidate to replace Faulk.

    97 - Gerald Cadogan, OT Penn State

    Tough, skilled and intelligent tackle. He'd be a nice backup at the very least.

    124 - Lardarius Webb, CB Nicholls State

    I'd probably rather take Domonique Johnson here but his workouts have dropped him into the UDFA territory, so I'll take the knucklehead with the workout numbers to double up on FCS corners.

    170 - Sammy Lee Hill, DT Stillman College

    He's enormous and fairly athletic for his size. The Patriots have shown interest.

    199 - Everette Pedescleaux, DE Northern Iowa

    Big, athletic man who could absolutely play end in the 3-4.

    207 - Eron Riley, WR Duke

    The best WR sleeper outside of Mike Wallace.

    234 - Julius Williams, OLB UConn

    Pats showed interest and he was a good player for the Huskies.
  8. TriplecHamp

    TriplecHamp Experienced Starter w/First Big Contract

    #24 Jersey

    I like this draft esp the Ringer Pick. IDK why but he reminds me of matt forte a little bit.
  9. Patriot Missile

    Patriot Missile Experienced Starter w/First Big Contract

    #12 Jersey

    Wow, they have Devin Moore ranked at 233. I'd like your draft a lot. I like the punter too at 234 although I'd probably prefer Huber who wouldn't be there at that time.
  10. CanadianPat'sFan

    CanadianPat'sFan Rotational Player and Threatening Starter's Job

    This is always some fun:)

    #23 - Rey Maualuga, ILB
    #34 - William Beatty, OL
    #47 - Louis Dalmas, FS
    #58 - Jaron Gilbert, DL
    #89 - Louis Murphy, WR
    #97 - Trevor Canfield, OG
    #124 - Chris Clemons, Safety
    #170 - Mike Wallace, WR
    #199 - Chris Baker, DT
    #207 - Joe Burnet, CB,KR
    #234 - Devin Moore, RB

    I think I fallowed the rulls:D
    Last edited: Apr 8, 2009
  11. CanadianPat'sFan

    CanadianPat'sFan Rotational Player and Threatening Starter's Job

    Devin Moore was my first ever Binky, then I find out he is not invited to the combine:banned:. He did have a private showing right before but he is a great replacement for Faulk IMO. If we got him there in the draft I would be very happy but I think someone had to have watch the same tape I did and will take him in the third or fourth.
  12. mayoclinic

    mayoclinic Supporter Supporter

    Sorry, Beatty's rated #43, so I don't think you can take him at #47.
  13. mayoclinic

    mayoclinic Supporter Supporter

    Thanks, I like it too. I prefer Huber to Morstead but he's rated #186, so I would have had to take him at 170 or trade up. Morstead is Patchick's preferred punter, though, so hopefully she's right and I'm wrong (which is always a reasonable bet).
  14. CanadianPat'sFan

    CanadianPat'sFan Rotational Player and Threatening Starter's Job

    Oh I guess I just did not notice that slip-up;):p:p Time to edit my post, and my draft board.:)

    #23 - Rey Maualuga, ILB
    #34 - William Beatty, OL
    #47 - Louis Dalmas, FS
    #58 - Jaron Gilbert, DL
    #89 - Louis Murphy, WR
    #97 - Trevor Canfield, OG
    #124 - Chris Clemons, Safety
    #170 - Mike Wallace, WR
    #199 - Chris Baker, DT
    #207 - Joe Burnet, CB,KR
    #234 - Devin Moore, RB
    Last edited: Apr 8, 2009
  15. AzPatsFan

    AzPatsFan Experienced Starter w/First Big Contract

    The value chart is ridiculaous. There is no break after three, for a top QB, nor at 10 when the prices get reaonalble. There is no break at 16 when the length of a contract changes.ther ar enio discontinuities at 96 ateh endof the third and the first of the fourth, some time later; nor the same at the end of the 4th, 5th, 6th.
  16. SeauOUCH

    SeauOUCH On the Game Day Roster

    #23 + #124 trade to AZ for #31 & next years 2nd

    #31 Connor Barwin OLB( 10,000 members cant be wrong! )

    #34 Robert Ayers DE

    #43 William Beatty OT ( trade #58 + 89 for S.F's #43 )

    #47 Louis Delmas S

    #58 traded to SF
    #89 traded to SF

    #97 Kevin Olgetree WR

    #124 traded to AZ

    #150 Jasper Brinkley ILB ( trade 170+ 207 )

    #170 traded for 150

    #199 Bear Pascoe TE

    #207 traded for 150

    #234 camp fodder

    oops I guess I didnt follow the rules, hey I'm a sucker for trades what can I say!
    Last edited: Apr 8, 2009
  17. mgteich

    mgteich Veteran Supporter

    First four good men on defense, and then the offensive and returner depth.

    10 OLB Everett Brown (traded 23 plus 34)
    47 DE Jaron Gilbert (there is no way I will wait)
    58 SS William Moore
    89 LB Jason Williams

    97 OT Gerald Cadogan
    124 OG TJ Lang
    170 WR/KR Mike Wallace
    199 OT Lydon Murtha
    207 KR/CB Joe Burnett
    234 RB Devin Moore
  18. TriplecHamp

    TriplecHamp Experienced Starter w/First Big Contract

    #24 Jersey

    Solid all around.:)
  19. StraightCashHomey81

    StraightCashHomey81 Practice Squad Player

    23. Rey Maualuga, SILB, USC.
    Even if Carucci’s “3-step plan” that lands us Peppers and Maualuga is a farce, I still think Maualuga is a rare, playmaking, run-stuffing SILB with the requisite size and is such a perfect fit next to Mayo that the Pats have to love him. I know he has been discussed ad nauseam, but one thing few people talk about is how good of a blitzer he is, which could allow the defense to be more explosive and exotic than it has been the last few years, especially on 1st and 2nd down.
    34. Larry English, OLB, Northern Illinois.
    I think Barwin and Matthews will move into the first round because of their momentum and good workouts, allowing the better overall pass rusher to slip to the Pats. BB already mentioned his name in an off hand way at the combine, which tells me he is on their radar
    47. Jarron Gilbert, DE, San Jose State
    The 2010 Starting RDE after Seymour leaves via Free Agency or another Franchise and Trade move by the Pats.
    58: Jamon Meredith, OT, South Carolina
    Athletic, Versatile, Smart, Experienced in a spread scheme with Spurrier.
    85: Rashard Johnson, S, Alabama
    Very solid, plus experienced in similar system with Saban. Good ST player with potential to start at both S positions.
    *Trade: #89, 199, & 234 to Philly for #85. We need to get rid of picks because not everyone will make the team.
    97: Jarret Dillard, WR, Rice
    Just seems/looks like a good fit. Good slot and outside potential
    124: *Trade to Dallas for 2010 3rd Rd Pick. (Why Dallas?: Because Jones is impulsive and wants a falling WR that’s not worth it, and we need to get rid of picks).
    170: Terrance Taylor, NT, Michigan
    I know this is 8 spots of where he is ranked, but the 5th round is much more fluid so I’ll give myself some leeway. A true NT backup/insurance policy for Wilfork.
    207: Jerraud Powers, CB, Auburn.
    Undersized+quick+coached by Will Muschamp= A New England Patriot
  20. Feep50

    Feep50 Third String But Playing on Special Teams

    OK here goes!

    #23 Clay Matthews OLB
    #34 Robert Ayers DE
    #47 Patrick Chung SS
    #58 Jamon Meredith OT
    #89 Andy Levitre OG
    #98 Gerald Cadogan OT
    #124 Scott McKillop ILB
    #170 Donald Wash CB
    #199 Bear Pascoe TE

    I lost interest at this point......:eek:
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