Eagles Check Out USC Guard/Center

NCAA Football: Southern California at Notre Dame

Offensive line depth is an area the Eagles need to address in May.

The starters seem set, although it’s possible the team takes a chance on a starting-caliber guard. There’s no question Lane Johnson, Jason Peters and Jason Kelce will be starters in 2014 (barring injury).




One prospect who appears to be on the Eagles' radar is USC guard/center Marcus Martin. Martin has taken an official visit to Philadelphia, per Aaron Wilson of the National Football Post.

The 6-3, 320-pounder started 35 games in three years at USC. He played guard during his first two seasons before moving to center. He suffered a knee injury in late November and missed the team's bowl game. That could be one of the reasons the Eagles want to take a closer look at him.

Martin has 34-inch arms. Per NFL.com, he's expected to be a second- or third-round pick.

Evan Mathis turns 33 in November, but played at a high level in 2013. Todd Herremans turns 32 in October and showed some inconsistencies last season. Allen Barbre was the team's primary backup at guard.

Martin, or another player with a similar skill set, would provide the Eagles with a backup center (Julian Vandervelde filled that role last year) and some youth at guard. Chip Kelly values positional versatility, especially among his backups.

Martin is a young prospect. He doesn't turn 21 until November.

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  • GEAGLE

    Eagles aren’t drafting him unless he falls to 5th..

    • Will

      Is the knee injury gonna be the reason he slides?

      • GEAGLE

        Doubt he even slides…just due dilligence, which is why you can’t put too much emphasis in these workouts, even if the media wants to present the info as if it actually means something

        • Eagles1018

          But it pisses me off to hear sh*t like this: He suffered a knee injury in late November and missed the team’s bowl game. That could be one of the reasons the Eagles want to take a closer look at him. I hate that this is a reason why they’ll look at him. Like when they brought in that Safety (I think Marlon Bryd?) or someone that was coming off a season ending injury at they had the guy compete for a starting job. Like, stop being the bargain basement shoppers of the nfl it’s so infuriating. Yes, you had one year that you balled out and brought in a few star names. I mean, I’m not a football gm by any stretch of the imagination but I coulda told you Vince Young wasn’t gonna pan out. Don’t be afraid to get like one guy…one guy!!! Yes I’m still upset about Jairus Bryd. I’ll get over it but I’m using it as an example. Build through the draft but get players that can help you compete now in FA. At least one stand out dude. Geeeeez

    • Joe L

      I agree. They’d have to spend their 2nd on him, if he even gets that far and I’d be bummed about it. There’s guards you can get later.

  • Will

    Round 1 Pick 7 (T.B.): Khalil Mack, OLB, Buffalo (A)
    Round 1 Pick 22: Odell Beckham, WR, LSU (A)
    Round 2 Pick 22: Kelvin Benjamin, WR, Florida State (B)
    Round 4 Pick 6 (CLE): Craig Loston, SS, LSU (A-)
    Round 4 Pick 22: Antone Exum, CB, Virginia Tech (A-)
    Round 4 Pick 27 (CLE): Christian Jones, ILB, Florida State (A)
    Round 5 Pick 22: Brandon Coleman, WR, Rutgers (B+)
    Round 5 Pick 26 (IND): Chris Boswell, K, Rice (B+)
    Round 6 Pick 4 (CLE): Ryan Carrethers, DT, Arkansas State (B+)
    Round 7 Pick 22: Brandon Linder, OG, Miami (Fla.) (D-)

    • GEAGLE

      Don’t think KB will be an Eagle,,,he is 23 years old, be 28 when his rookie deal expires, and at that point, I doubt we will want to deal with his agent Eugene Parker…..

      Think the WR is going to be one of the 20yr olds, we can mold and grow in our system…they will be 24-25 when rookie deal ends, and could then resign them til they are 29

    • cliff henny

      be funny if Kelly and Howie said ‘F ’15 draft’, loaded up with about 10 picks in to 4 rounds in this draft. figure from ’08-’11, only drafted 3 quality players in shady, Jax and Mac, only 2 of which will have produced for Kelly’s team.

      • NickS1

        Don’t forget Kelce!

        • cliff henny

          right, sorry. it’s really not many though. if they land 8 or 9 beasts from this draft, and didn’t even pick till day 3 next year, wouldn’t bother me one bit.

          • NickS1

            You don’t have to sell me on it. I mentioned a couple months ago about how loaded this draft is and suggested trading a pick or two next year to land some of the talent in this draft and proceeded to be reminded (scolded) that “you don’t win by mortgaging the future.” A point I’m well aware of. But, you also don’t win without talent/depth at almost every position. Doesn’t have to be a household name type of talent, but teams need talent to win. Pretty damn good draft to acquire talent/depth at many spots.

          • GEAGLE

            Not just that, but soon we will no longer have the advantage of Chip knowing all the prospects since they were in highschool…need to strike while the iron is hot!! Also, we,can trade next years 2 or 3, and then just try and trade back from our first round pick and try and recoup the pick we traded away this year

          • NickS1

            There’s that, which is an EXCELLENT point. There’s also the rather pressing need to get replacements for Ryans and Cole. Need a WR or two (or three). Need to figure out corner situation for after the season. Still have yet to figure out if we have adequate safety play for THIS season, let alone in the future (although I don’t necessarily see us fixing that problem in this draft unless it happens early, which I doubt happens). Need OL depth/future replacements. I mean, I don’t get the fuss over trading next year’s 2nd and 3rd and/or 4th. People act like I’m selling their house.

          • GEAGLE

            Also…you can spend 4th round picks this year on talent that you usually get in I like round 2..,,a round 4 pick this year is like a round two pick next year….so I’d rather draft two players in the 4th round this year, then draft a 4th rounder next year

          • NickS1

            Yeah, I also tend to think that the record number of underclassmen coming out hurts, at least to some degree, the quality of next year’s draft. Yes, there will obviously be talent next year, and there will certainly be players who take advantage of opportunity arising sooner than maybe the expected. But as you said, some of these kids would be talent in the top 2-3 rounds next year, that are very likely going to be available in round 4 possibly 5. Get’em for cheaper if you can.

          • cliff henny

            underclassmen will continue to come out early. be a year when it stops, but i’ll doubt it’s next year. sure this time next year, we’ll be hearing the hype how this is greatest draft for position X since yearX.

          • NickS1

            I agree, but I tend to think that the record number coming out this year means that there’s some level of a void for next year’s draft, in that players who were being projected to come out next year who are in this year’s class are leaving holes to be filled by more underclassmen who may not have the experience or just may not be known quantities yet. I’m probably looking at it a little wrong, but that’s my first thought.

          • GEAGLE

            No, I view it the same way…you got kids that didn’t come out like Marriotta, and OLOMU…but there should be a void next year, which should tempt juniors who maybe aren’t as ready as they should be to come out, to take advantage of the watered down senior class and come out earlier than they should

          • GEAGLE

            Another reason Chip has an advantage in nth is draft is because NFL scouts, typically spend the year scrambling to do their research on seniors..NFL scouts do not pay attention to juniors in August…this unprecedented amount of Underclassmen have scouting departments re thinking the way they operate…so scouts probably didn’t really start to pay attention to all these Underclassmen til it became clear that so many would be coming out…where as Chips tried to recruit half of these Underclassmen and have known them since they were in highschool….chips been watching these kids for years, scouts been watching them for like 4 months…

            How many other NFL head coaches spent their Saturdays during the season watching Film on college prospects? Be foolish to not take advantage…

          • GEAGLE

            We need to hit on ATleast 10 draft picks in the next two years…don’t really care If 8 come in this draft and two come next year…

          • NickS1

            Yeah, that kind of ties into what I said below. The players coming in to fill the shoes of the early departures are likely to be more of an unknown quantity.

          • GEAGLE

            Just take Brandon Coleman for example, a raw 6’6 225lb WR who’s probably faster than Evans…in this draft, he can be had in round 4 or 5….in a normal draft, you see BIg Raw, super athlete WRs go in round two(Stephan Hill)….that’s how special this draft class is

          • Will

            A Tad slower than Evans..40 for Evans 4.53…4.56 for Coleman still great speed for that size…

          • GEAGLE

            They L’DAmien Washington or Martevis are faster than Evans :)…Evans has 3 inches and 20lbs on Moncreif, and Moncreif will make him eat his dust in a race lol

          • ACViking

            GE:

            Juniors (i.e., players 3 years out of HS) have been eligible for the NFL draft since 1990.

            The idea that teams are not scouting juniors, and rSophs, is hard to believe.

            BTW: BRANDON COLEMAN!!!

          • NickS1

            That’s not what we’re saying. With a record number of them coming out, there’s guys that haven’t been on the radar that are being put into action, now. There’s less info on the guys stepping in, is all we’re saying.

          • GEAGLE

            Just check it out, you can find countless people like Cossel,Mayock!Ross Tucker,Jeremiah talk about it. obviously their are special underclass men have been on the radar since last August because scouts expected them to come out! but I promise scouting departments weren’t looking at this unprecedented amount of juniors since August….scouting departments have 100’s of seniors they have to learn EVERYTHING about starting in August…if scouts don’t know that 100 juniors are coming out, since it has never happened, you can’t expect them to have been watching all these juniors since August, as if they have so much extra time on their hands…so not only does Chip know the seniors for longer than the scouts have, but half these Underclassmen scouts didn’t expect to come out, so they just started to work on them a few months ago….look it up, it’s kind of interesting of this might re shape the way scouting departments operate…this isn’t a theory of mine, this is something countless NFL people have been talking about..

          • cliff henny

            just go nuts, give SF #22 for their 2nd, 2 3rds and 4th, trade ’15 2nd for 3rd,’15 3rd for 5th and 6th, next year’s 1st for dion, add brown and graham-don’t care, end upwith
            Jordan, 2 2nds, 4 3rds 2 4th, 2-5th 1 6th and a 7th. be like handing Kelly at Oregon a ‘Bama or USC loaded 5 star recruiting class

          • GEAGLE

            Something is going to happen…I simply don’t believe we will only pick 6 times in the best draft of the past 20years

          • Jeff Asay

            Love this line of thinking until I figure every other outfit thinks the same thing.

          • GEAGLE

            Can’t pick less than 8 times..we just cant!! Need 3 picks on offensive weapons, 3 picks in front 7 and two pics in the 5-7th range for DBs…9 picks would be perfect so we can get a OL also

          • Will

            Yup Howie’s gotta pull out all the stops on this one at least 8-9 picks…hope they dip into next year’s picks a bit to make this happen…A trade or two wouldn’t hurt either…

          • NickS1

            Stop twisting my arm, it hurts!

          • cliff henny

            imagine dion and 10 young top 125 young bucks flying around?

          • GEAGLE

            Are you trying to seduce me Mr. Henny?

          • cliff henny

            lol…NOOOOOOO!!!!!
            .
            it’ll never happen, but fun to bs about on a sunday morning

          • cliff henny

            yeah, it’s tough to argue for it, cause it requires excepting they land 8/10 picks, which would be crazy ratio, but if there’s ever a year, ’14 seems to be it. sitting stationary and landing 1 player a draft doesn’t do any good either.

          • NickS1

            There’s also the issue of the varying definitions of what it means to land on a pick. Some people need to see All-Pro players coming out of every round 1 player you take. Others understand that getting a multi-year day one starter out of round 1 is a good outcome. You can go through each round and different people will give you a different definition of what a successful pick in each round should be.

    • GEAGLE

      Coleman might end up being a steal for Chip…he was turning into a TD Machine, and then had a bad junior season..hard to cross him off your board because of it since Rutgers team was a mess. Also word is he was warrioring thru a bad knee all year….get a kid like that in round 4 or. 5 is just crazy…dude is faster than Evans, has two inches on Evans but is like 15lbs
      Lighter….which is Why I don’t believe the eagles trade up for Evans nonsense..Evans is such a high pick because he is polished an NFL ready, But there are handful of similar WR talents that can be had later, they just raw and lack polish…well if your coach is a young player development guru, two years down the road you will have a stud on your hands…Evans gets picked so much higher than a guy like Coleman because he is polished and NFL ready…if our coach was Andy, I would probably not trust him developing a talent like Coleman, so I’d be more desperate to trade up for Evans…but after what Chip did with Coop in 6 months time, I’d love to see what he can turn a Brandon Coleman,Martevis Bryant,Moncrief A-Rob, Cody Lattimaore, Jeff Janis into….basically this draft is so deep, that a Brandon Coleman type of raw talent can be had in the 4th or 5th, where as in a normal draft, you have to take a raw talent with his type of body in round two(Stephan hill)

  • Will

    Your Picks:

    Round 1 Pick 23 (K.C.): Kony Ealy, DE, Missouri (A-)
    Round 2 Pick 22: Deone Bucannon, SS, Washington State (A-)
    Round 3 Pick 22: Donte Moncrief, WR, Ole Miss (A)
    Round 4 Pick 31 (DEN): Daniel McCullers, DT, Tennessee (A)
    Round 5 Pick 22: Brandon Coleman, WR, Rutgers (A)
    Round 5 Pick 31 (DEN): Chris Boswell, K, Rice (A-)
    Round 6 Pick 24 (K.C.): Deandre Coleman, DT, California (C+)
    Round 7 Pick 22: Blake Treadwell, OG, Michigan State (F)

    • Jerry Pomroy

      Will I think it’s time you’ve checked yourself into a self help clinic. You are completely addicted…lol.

      • GEAGLE

        I just want to see will do ONE realistic one,,,lol

  • Will

    That’s the second OG the Eagles have looked at…we certainly need a good one…Trey Hopkins being the other one..

    • GEAGLE

      Brandon Thomas would be a steal for us. Had he not torn his ACL this week, he could have snuck into the end of round 1 with maybe Seattle..OT/OG from Clemson will now fall to rounds 4 or 5…well we don’t need the OL we draft to play as a rookie, so snatching up a round1/2 talent like him in the 4th or 5th and sticking him on IR could pay off in a major way down the lIne…this is what the smart GMs do…

      Last year I loved OT Brennan Williams, because of injuries Ozzie Newsome got him in the 4th or 5th round when he was way more talented than his draft spot would suggest….problem is Niners have picks to blow, so they can afford to draft this kid a round earlier than they should to secure him…

      We are deep at a few positions like CB,S,OL so if we can get a talent who falls because of injury at those positions, I would strongly consider it as an investment that will pay off in the future

      • Joe L

        Williams went to Houston, not Baltimore. And he broke his leg after he was drafted in the 3rd.

        • Neanderthal

          Don’t let fact ruin a good “look at me” story.

          • GEAGLE

            Uhhhh can’t think of who I was thinking of, but the premise is the same and not uncommon at all…ever hear the term “value” pick? It happens all the time…Niners getting a top 20 talent in tank Williams later than they should…Seattle getting Jesse Williams in the 4th or 5th, and IR him because of his knee…not exactly a foreign concept…

          • Joe L

            Baltimore took Ricky Wagner in the draft, but he didn’t have any injury concerns.

          • GEAGLE

            No not him…it was an OL who fell a few rounds because he needed to be IRed…thing I like about kids who got hurt in college that you stick on IR, often the year they spend on IR, doesn’t count against the years they are contractually signed for…like Niners RB Lattimore got hurt in college, and drafted by Niners, placed on IR for the year, but the league announced that last year won’t count..so he basically still has another 4-5 year on his rookie deal

      • Jeff Asay

        Just can’t go down the path of drafting guys who can’t contribute this year. Love the idea of trading back to get more picks, but all have to be able to suit up in 2014. I’d even support trading some of next years picks for this draft soKelly can load up in one year. Drafting for future is what really good teams and really bad teams do. Eagles are neither.

        • GEAGLE

          Everyone does It we already do it….we took Kruger last year, faked an injury and stuck him on IR…
          ….
          While I do agree in part, it’s a good strategy to use on positions you are deep at…take corner for example. Rookie CBs SUCK!! A rookie isn’t going to play ahead of Brad,Cary or Nolan….sure I prefer not IRing a CB so we can use him on ST…but if you can get a round two value in the 4th, and it’s a position where you are deep to where the rookie isn’t going to play anyway, it’s not a bad strategy…

          Take Guard….he simply isn’t going to start over Herremans or Mathis this year, if one gets hurt, the rookie ain’t coming in ahead of Barbre, and a guard ain’t giving you much on ST….so why would I want to draft a healthy guard in round 4, over a round 2 talent who fell because injuries will keep him benched for a year, he wouldn’t be on the field anyway?

        • Jerry Pomroy

          I think that largely depends on where your drafting. I completely expect players picked rds1-4, possibly even 5th to contribute in yr1. Not so much in 6th & 7th. Sure you might find someone that may be a steal like an all purpose back or backup OL. But the expectations to find someone that’s gonna get on the field yr1 in any true capacity is on the lower end of the scale. But I’d rather take a guy that isn’t recovering from a serious injury, merely because you just don’t know even more what you’re gonna end up with.

  • cliff henny

    why, we already have a stud backup G/C in Juilian Veldeverde?! is he even on team, man he stunk. guy must of had compromising pictures of Reid, like fat Andy eating broiled chicken and steamed broccoli, something Reid would find embarrassing if public found out.

    • GEAGLE

      Hoping that psycho, what’s his name? Molk? Takes Julian’s spot

      • cliff henny

        like to follow him and Braman around on a Friday night. see parts of Philly that’d shock Rick James

        • GEAGLE

          Lol rich mofos trolling under the Kensington Ltrain for toothless hookers

  • GEAGLE

    You guys see my convo with Malcom Jenkins yesterday on twitter? He posted something like fly eagles fly..and I responded, just hate the cowboys and philly will love you in no time….he responded: “shoot I have been hating the cowboys for years, so I will feel right at home”…I wrote “awesome man, keep talking sexy like that and eagles nation will fall in love with you in no time”…cool dude

    • TomTom

      Wow that’s so cool.

      Could u be a bigger loser?!?!

      • TomTom

        keep talking sexy like that and eagles nation will fall in love with you in no time

  • Will

    Your score is: 5142 (GRADE: A-)

    Your Picks:

    Round 2 Pick 8 (MINN): Dee Ford, DE, Auburn (A-)
    Round 2 Pick 22: Deone Bucannon, SS, Washington State (A-)
    Round 3 Pick 8 (MINN): Donte Moncrief, WR, Ole Miss (A)
    Round 4 Pick 4 (NYJ): Yawin Smallwood, ILB, Connecticut (A)
    Round 4 Pick 8 (MINN): Anthony Johnson, DT, LSU (A)
    Round 4 Pick 17 (CHI): Cyril Richardson, OG, Baylor (B+)
    Round 4 Pick 22: Devonta Freeman, RB, Florida State (A)
    Round 4 Pick 30 (N.E.): Antone Exum, CB, Virginia Tech (A)
    Round 4 Pick 31 (DEN): Anthony Steen, OG, Alabama (C+)
    Round 5 Pick 22: Brandon Coleman, WR, Rutgers (A)
    Round 5 Pick 30 (S.F.): Chris Boswell, K, Rice (A-)
    Round 6 Pick 15 (CHI): Cody Latimer, WR, Indiana (B+)
    Round 7 Pick 9 (BUF): Jonathan Newsome, OLB, Ball State (A-)
    Round 7 Pick 22: Jonathan Dowling, FS, Western Kentucky (C)

  • GEAGLE

    Dreamt that we drafted Tre Mason and then traded Bryce brown for Dion Jordan lol

    • Jerry Pomroy

      I love Mason. If there ever was a compliment ‘back to use behind Shady or run down the clock, he’s the guy. One cut & squares it up.

      Shake & Bake and 1C²

      • GEAGLE

        Yeah he is literally the perfect back for what we do…

  • GEAGLE

    Expecting the saints to target this kid In round 2

  • Will

    Your Picks:

    Round 1 Pick 12 (NYG): Mike Evans, WR, Texas A&M (A)
    Round 1 Pick 23 (K.C.): David Yankey, OG, Stanford (B-)
    Round 3 Pick 22: Deone Bucannon, SS, Washington State (A)
    Round 3 Pick 24 (CINN): Donte Moncrief, WR, Ole Miss (A-)
    Round 3 Pick 32 (MINN): Daniel McCullers, DT, Tennessee (A-)
    Round 4 Pick 22: Ed Stinson, DE, Alabama (C+)
    Round 4 Pick 23 (CINN): Antone Exum, CB, Virginia Tech (A-)
    Round 5 Pick 22: Brandon Coleman, WR, Rutgers (B+)
    Round 6 Pick 24 (K.C.): Deandre Coleman, DT, California (C+)
    Round 7 Pick 22: Cairo Santos, K, Tulane (B-)

    Last one today…lol…

    • Joe L

      I think Yankey is major overrated.

    • Iggs

      Your Picks:
      Round 1 Pick 15 (PITT): Anthony Barr, OLB, UCLA (A)
      Round 2 Pick 14 (PITT): Marqise Lee, WR, Southern California (A)
      Round 3 Pick 4 (ATL): Troy Niklas, TE, Notre Dame (A)
      Round 3 Pick 22: DaQuan Jones, DT, Penn State (A)
      Round 4 Pick 3 (ATL): Christian Jones, ILB, Florida State (B)
      Round 4 Pick 22: Ahmad Dixon, SS, Baylor (A-)
      Round 5 Pick 22: Michael Schofield, OT, Michigan (B+)
      Round 6 Pick 16 (PITT): Kevin Norwood, WR, Alabama (B+)
      Round 7 Pick 22: Aaron Colvin, CB, Oklahoma (A)

      trading 2015 1st round pick

  • Explorer51

    Off topic, and many of you folks might know about it, but this is a great Eagles site; best part is that it’s pretty much Desean Jackson-free!

    http://chipwagon.typepad.com/eagles/

  • NickS1

    Nice trade down scenario analysis from Kempski: http://www.philly.com/philly/blogs/red_zone/Six-Eagles-draft-day-trade-down-scenarios.html

    I would love the slow burn trade down to the Bengals at 24, then Browns at 26, then to the 9ers at 30, but that obv would never happen. Be a great way to pick up a couple 3rds and a 4th/5th.

    • Joe L

      That would be a torturous draft to watch.

      • NickS1

        Probably to some extent, but the later days would be awesome.

        • GEAGLE

          I don’t care how much I’m dying to see who we draft…I would LOVE to not make our first pick til like #13 in round two, because it means we will be partying in the mid rounds…

          • NickS1

            Honestly, I don’t want to pick that late. I’d be good right around 30-35 if possible.

    • HowieGambleChipsAllDay

      Where you ever more angry then when we traded out of the first to pick up Kolb? For me, I wanted Anthony Spencer bad. Now they’re both on their way out of the league

      • NickS1

        I didn’t mind it at the time, since I cared a little less about the draft and offseasons back then. The older I’ve gotten the more into the business end of the game I’ve become, because that’s almost as intriguing as watching plays unfold on the field. Unfortunately, the news/events just happens so much more slowly.

    • Jerry Pomroy

      I brought something like that up about a week ago with Cliff & Geags when they were discussing a big trade with 49ers. If we couldn’t pull off a trade with them, we could just trade back the first pick a couple of times to get back some picks. Then we’d also have at least some firepower with which to work with if we see someone we’d move up for, or even package a few mid rd picks to get us another 2nd. I had us trading back outta first though into 2nd and then trading back up into 2nd, leaving us with three picks in 2nd. I don’t recall what else we ended up with but I think it was a 3rd, two 4ths, a 6th & 7th.

      • Jerry Pomroy

        Then of course Geags got cute and wanted to trade back the 4ths and pick up like 4 more picks in the 6th & 7th.

        Greedy bastard…lol.

        • GEAGLE

          Give me an inch, and I’ll try to take a mile!!! Why do we have to stop trading? There are 30 teams to do business with, trade back with two or three teams early and you still have 27 other teams to try and trade back with later…Bellicek used to do like 5 deals in each draft

      • cliff henny

        yeah, I joked about the slow burn months ago, if 5 wrs are available, just take any old tradeback, wait till there 2 left out of that 6 or7 2nd tier bunch. does it really matter if it’s Lee, ODB, Matthews or Robinson? think Kelly can and will make them all work.

  • Will

    Your Picks:

    Round 1 Pick 6 (ATL): Sammy Watkins, WR, Clemson (A)
    Round 1 Pick 22: Xavier Su’a-Filo, OG, UCLA (B)
    Round 2 Pick 22: Deone Bucannon, SS, Washington State (A-)
    Round 3 Pick 22: Demarcus Lawrence, DE, Boise State (A-)
    Round 4 Pick 22: Daniel McCullers, DT, Tennessee (A)
    Round 5 Pick 22: Terrance Mitchell, CB, Oregon (A-)
    Round 7 Pick 23 (DAL): L’Damian Washington, WR, Missouri (C+)
    Round 7 Pick 26 (STL): Cairo Santos, K, Tulane (B)

    Here’s one where I nabbed Sammy Watkins…yeah Baby Go Eagles!

    • Jerry Pomroy

      That’s it. C’mon everyone. Will needs an intervention. He is apparently addicted to drafting simulation… lol.

      • Will

        GOD can’t believe we have to wait 25 more days…

        • Jerry Pomroy

          I’ve got two countdowns. 1 for draft and 1 for birth of our first daughter (last child). She’s due almost in exactly 3 days.

        • GEAGLE

          It’s cool, this time next week we will be 18 days away…few more weeks of BS rumors, and More Desean crap and we will have something real to talk about

  • HowieGambleChipsAllDay

    When reading about the Eagles blocking scheme I’m led back to thinking about Nick Foles and how contrary his limited mobility is to Chip’s philosophy. I know people don’t want to hear it but it seriously boggles my mind. Not only has he stuck with Foles to this point, but even when he had his eye on Vick as the starter, and had the chance to bring in a developmental QB, he chose Barkley. Thus declaring his hand as to what type of QB he would have running his system. You can say Barkley was simply a good value in the 4th so they took him. But then explain the Sanchez signing.

    Now you have 3 QBs, none of whom have any running ability. And Chip has basically abandoned a major tenet of his sytem. Not that he needs a QB to rack up big yards with his feet, thats not the goal. It’s to have the QB occupy a blocker vs. 6 and 7 man boxes. No matter how you slice it. No matter how well Foles distributes the ball, and racks up points. The time will come when a defense shuts them down. Through coverage, or pressure, or both. And there’s an element of this system that’s just not there to open things up when needed.

    I really wanted to believe they still had plans to draft and groom Kelly’s ideal QB. But with the Sanchez signing I’ve started to lose hope. Being an Eagles fan over the last 3 decades, I’ve taken for granted that when a play breaks down-the QB breaks the pocket. As refreshing as it is to see Foles hang in there and make tough throws. Its just as painful seeing him retreat and refuse to throw it away or run it on other plays. I apologize. I’m the guy with the nice cute girlfriend who works, cooks, cleans, and doesn’t cause problems. But deep down, I want that nasty B%tch. Never satisfied. I wonder if Chip feels the same way? If he does, he’s doing a great job of hiding it.

    • GEAGLE

      Yeah cuz you saw the best it’s every going to get with FOles…just stop. Man the philly media did a number on you…
      Believe it or not, Chip was a coach long before he got to oregon

    • Jeff Asay

      I will take a decision-maker over an escape artist every single time. Give me Kurt Warner over Mike Vick. Give me Brady over McNabb. Yeah, if I could have Montana, Staubach, or Steve Young I’d take them over the others for the mobility. But it’s clear mobility is a distant second to decision-making.

      • Jeff Asay

        Until we know where Foles’ ceiling is there’s no use trying to develop a guy behind him. Now if the team finished 4-12 again last season and Foles was an interception machine, Kelly would surely be on the hunt for a QB. But you just can’t expend picks on that position when you have so many other holes to fill.

        • HowieGambleChipsAllDay

          I disagree because when that position is broken nothing else matters. Certainly we’re not in the position to spend higher than a 6th on it this year, but if Foles did fall off this season there’ll be a competition him between Barkley and Sanchez going into 2015. At that point who’s your pick? No such thing as having too many competent quarterbacks.

      • HowieGambleChipsAllDay

        Both Vick and McNabbs issues were in their minds. We know 1st hand how badly Donovan was held back by Reids personnel and decision making. If you switch up the coaches in that Eagles vs.Pats SB who wins?

        Coaching and system play a major role in my statement. Donovan for the most part was a great decision maker. We forget that for a good 5yr stretch he was hands down the best QB in the league AFTER Brady and Peyton. Here’s the Bergey question for you, would you rather have Donovan of Foles running this offense under Chip Kelly? If you say Foles your either lying, or foolish.

        Everything opens up when the QB occupies (effectively, BLOCKS) a defender. Shady benefits, Ertz benefits, the whole game plan opens up even wider. And I’d be curious to know how much this plays into Chip’s thinking

    • http://www.corcommunity.com/ theycallmerob

      Ugh. What is this, summer of 2013 post?

      Go look up ricky santos. Stupid conversation

      • HowieGambleChipsAllDay

        Is not a stupid conversation when you have 3 QBs with question marks hanging overt their heads. Foles is the least concerning of the 3 thankfully, but league history is let’s with one hit wonders. The Cassells and Freemans and Scott Mitchells of the World….Are you prepared to throw a season away if he suddenly gets figured out by defensive coordinators? Having just released our best weapon in the passing attack, the odds of that happening just increased slightly.

        There’s something to be said for Sanchez playing on a supremely more talented team than he ever had in New York, but his health and ability are still big unknowns. Barkley needs to show improved arm strength along with a willingness and ability to push the ball downfield.

        I know everyone wants to believe we’ve found the guy who’s gonna lead us to the promised land. So do I . What I don’t want is to not have a viable plan B. And if we have any possibly of drafting a kid to develop, I want that kid to possess the ability to run the ENTIRE offense. Because that’s what’s gonna makerour football team the most dangerous.

      • HowieGambleChipsAllDay

        Ricky Santos didn’t have Chip Kelly as a coach

  • Will

    Round 1 Pick 2: Jadeveon Clowney, DE, South Carolina (A)
    Round 1 Pick 4 (CLE): Sammy Watkins, WR, Clemson (A)
    Round 1 Pick 13: Aaron Donald, DT, Pittsburgh (A)
    Round 2 Pick 12: Deone Bucannon, SS, Washington State (C)
    Round 3 Pick 11: Austin Seferian-Jenkins, TE, Washington (A)
    Round 4 Pick 10: Rashaad Reynolds, CB, Oregon State (A-)
    Round 5 Pick 13: Chris Watt, OG, Notre Dame (B)
    Round 6 Pick 12: Chris Boswell, K, Rice (A)
    Round 6 Pick 38 (COMP): Connor Shaw, QB, South Carolina (B-)
    Round 7 Pick 26: Jeff Janis, WR, Saginaw Valley (A)
    Round 7 Pick 27 (S.F.): Howard Jones, OLB, Shepherd (A)
    Round 7 Pick 28 (S.F.): De’Anthony Thomas, RB, Oregon (A)
    Round 7 Pick 30 (S.F.): Reggie Jordan, FB, Missouri Western State (B-)
    Round 7 Pick 34 (COMP): Richard Rodgers, TE, California (B-)
    Round 7 Pick 35 (COMP): L’Damian Washington, WR, Missouri (B)

    I decided to be the Rams in this draft what an embarrassment of riches…

  • GEAGLE

    Need to pair Sefarian Jenkins with Ertz. I will post this every day until the draft :)

    • cliff henny

      what’s so great about ASJ? heard he sort checked out this last yr Clowney style. hope Kelly has magic formula w/ lyerla, get him in 7th. ends up being free pick.

      • GEAGLE

        Closest player I have seen to Gronk. Big 6’5 260 athletic pass catching weapon with a crazy catch radius, who stylistically isn’t a glorified WR like Ertz, he is a bruising physical inline Blocking TE..

        I don’t drool over Ebron, because he is basically Zack Ertz…but ASJ stylistically is the perfect compliment to Ertz and the ideal eventual replacement to Celek…
        ..
        Check him out, such a beast. Thank GOD he didn’t run at the combine or he would have no shot of lasting til 54.

        • cliff henny

          how is his 6 inches b/t the ears? heard it’s got some issues. but, in the end, a weapon is a weapon, so i’ll be happy

          • GEAGLE

            I think he is a meathead, but I’m not sure..don’t remember if he got caught driving fast or not….nothing crazy that is going to make him really drop! but you won’t hear people go out of their way to talk about what intelligent high Charecter leader he is like you do with KVN either….if we pick him, I don’t think it’s us falling in love with what a leader he is, probably more of a case of us willing to tolerate his meatheadness if his commitment and work ethic check out

          • Joe L

            DUI on his record and concerns that he’s a bit lazy. Neither are a deal breaker by any stretch IMO.

      • GEAGLE

        Hope teams took them off their draft board and we get him as a UDFA along with Lokombo..I want to spend a 7th on Dowling because I don’t trust that he would sign with as a UDFA, where as I can count on Oregon kids to sign with us

    • Tom w

      Lol. Kid is giant diva. Dunno if chip wants that type of player in the lockerroom And no way he gets past the patriots in the first round. Guys playing the draft game too much is you think asf makes it to 54.

      • GEAGLE

        You are a fool. Just stop…kid is more likely to fall to the 3rd than go round 1, and the patriots would never take him over Amaro, who plays the move TE and can complimemt Gronk. They haven’t given up on him Yet….and stop talking to me about kids Charecter as if you have a clue..I’m not Intrested in the rumors you may have heard…question is how he will interview…and considering I expect the eagle to not pick in round 1 and trade back to early round two, he is very realistic for my expectations…certainly not some pipe dream that you should be scoffing at…try again. One day I’ll stop knocking your bullish out the park :)

  • Jeff Asay

    Draft Game is fun, educational, and oh so time consuming. Here’s my first try:
    Rd1 Pick 22. Kony Ealy. DE/ OLB (A-)
    Rd3 Pick 18. Moncreif WR (A)
    Rd3 Pick 30 Purifoy CB (A)
    Rd3 Pick 32 Bitonio G (B)
    Traded down a bunch.
    Overall B+

    Only negative of that site is it times out fast.

    • GEAGLE

      What happened to the rest of our picks? Hard to see if you had a good draft without seeing what we did with the rest of our picks..for example, in a vacume Bitonio is a quality pick for us, but if you didn’t get an ILB who can cover in subpackages then Bitonio is a dumb pick…now if you get Kirksey or C jones in the 4th, then he becomes a great pick

      • Jeff Asay

        On the iPad the draft site timed out while I was typing. If I could’ve just done a copy/paste…then you could fully unload on my draft. Lol, damn tech challenged. Did end up picking more secondary help and a LB. Went with BPA in later rounds, focusing on size, speed, character. Linebacker is just weak after the first three rounds. Better value at CB, SS, WR. Picked up my second WR from Notre Dame, I think. I will try again.

        • GEAGLE

          I use an IPad as well, there is no way to copy paste? Drives me crazy that I always have to type the draft game results

  • George

    I would LOVE this draft here:

    Your Picks:
    Round 2 Pick 7 (JAX): Austin Seferian-Jenkins, TE, Washington (B-)
    Round 2 Pick 22: Kelvin Benjamin, WR, Florida State (A)
    Round 3 Pick 6 (JAX): Demarcus Lawrence, DE, Boise State (B)
    Round 3 Pick 32 (MINN): Dakota Dozier, OG, Furman (A)
    Round 4 Pick 22: Christian Jones, ILB, Florida State (A-)
    Round 5 Pick 8 (MINN): Morgan Breslin, OLB, Southern California (A-)
    Round 5 Pick 22: Justin Ellis, DT, Louisiana Tech (A-)
    Round 7 Pick 22: Aaron Colvin, CB, Oklahoma (A)

    • GEAGLE

      Don’t think KB is realistic…kid is 23, he will be 28 when his rookie contract expires, and then what? Deal with his bulldog of an agent Eugene Parker?

      Think it’s more likely that Chip drafts A-Rob, Moncreif or Devante Adams, one of the 21year olds we can mold into an elite talent! who will be 25 when their rookie deals expire and then we can extend them another 4 years…..,too many serious talents who are 20years old to be drafting a 23yr old who lacks polish…I wouldn’t mind the pick! but I’m starting to think it’s unrealistic..just a hunch

      • Eagles1018

        Geagle, don’t you get tired of repeating yourself. I agree with you just saying I think you’ve said this about 3 times on this thread. Btw I hope KB doesn’t come to us….

        What are we gonna do at kicker?

        • cliff henny

          how can we not repeat ourselves for next 25 days, or whatever it is to draft. trust me, it’s not going to get any less repetitive, lol.

        • GEAGLE

          Figure it out…I’m not watching film of Undrafted kickers…you do it, and let me know :)

        • Jeff Asay

          Agree we have to upgrade there. But can’t see using a draft pick.

      • George

        I’d love KB with 54, but I agree at 22 he’s unrealistic. If we got ASJ and KB, with the way our coaching staff molds players, D-coords would be crapping theor pants about then. If I had seen one of those guys at 54, I would have taken them, but KB was best availavle player in my eyes at that pick.

        • GEAGLE

          Oh crap, didn’t even realize you got him at 54, figured you traded up…yeah can’t say I blame you getting him at 54

          • George

            Yeah he fell. HARD. I think it could Happen bc of the reasons you outlined. Age, Speed, Route-running. at 54 i’d love KB though

  • Will

    Your score is: 4966 (GRADE: A-)

    Your Picks:

    Round 2 Pick 6 (T.B.): Kelvin Benjamin, WR, Florida State (A-)
    Round 2 Pick 22: Deone Bucannon, SS, Washington State (A-)
    Round 3 Pick 5 (T.B.): Jeremiah Attaochu, OLB, Georgia Tech (A)
    Round 3 Pick 22: Bashaud Breeland, CB, Clemson (A)
    Round 4 Pick 22: Daniel McCullers, DT, Tennessee (A)

  • Will

    Your score is: 4305 (GRADE: B+)

    Your Picks:

    Round 1 Pick 32 (SEA): Kelvin Benjamin, WR, Florida State (B+)
    Round 3 Pick 1 (HOU): Deone Bucannon, SS, Washington State (A)
    Round 3 Pick 4 (ATL): Demarcus Lawrence, DE, Boise State (B-)
    Round 4 Pick 4 (NYJ): Daniel McCullers, DT, Tennessee (A-)
    Round 4 Pick 6 (CLE): Charles Sims, RB, West Virginia (A)
    Round 4 Pick 13 (NYG): Rashaad Reynolds, CB, Oregon State (A)
    Round 4 Pick 22: Antone Exum, CB, Virginia Tech (B-)
    Round 5 Pick 5 (CLE): Brandon Coleman, WR, Rutgers (B-)
    Round 5 Pick 12 (NYG): Chris Boswell, K, Rice (B-)
    Round 5 Pick 30 (S.F.): Ronald Powell, OLB, Florida (A)
    Round 6 Pick 5 (HOU): Kevin Norwood, WR, Alabama (C)
    Round 6 Pick 11 (NYG): Deandre Coleman, DT, California (C-)
    Round 7 Pick 1 (HOU): Brian Clarke, OG, Bloomsburg (F)
    Round 7 Pick 22: De’Anthony Thomas, RB, Oregon (C

    • Token

      My god man just stop. Its beautiful outside. Check it out.

      10 mock drafts a day gets you to Geagle status. You dont want that. Before you know it you will be stalking players on twitter and posting pictures of you spooning your dog in bed.

      • Will

        LOL…headed out for sneaker’s and a haircut…still 14 picks is beautiful…

      • Guest

        You follow someone you think so little of on twitter? That says everything about you. Does he follow you?

        • Token

          I take it you dont use twitter very often.

          • Guest

            I think that kid is an idiot, and It’s just weird how so many of you sweat him. I see his name 30 times a day. It’s pathetic

  • 76mustang

    For Will and Geags:

    Your score is: 5853 (GRADE: A)

    Your Picks:
    Round 1 Pick 22: Mike Evans, WR, Texas A&M (A)
    Round 2 Pick 22: Dee Ford, DE, Auburn (A)
    Round 3 Pick 22: Deone Bucannon, SS, Washington State (A)
    Round 4 Pick 22: Charles Sims, RB, West Virginia (A)
    Round 5 Pick 25 (S.D.): Chris Davis, CB, Auburn (A)
    Round 6 Pick 25 (S.D.): Deandre Coleman, DT, California (A-)

    • GEAGLE

      Only really like colemn, Deone and Evans….I know nothing about the RB tho, and drafting a RB is probably more realistic than I would like to admit. If we can get Coleman and not have to use a 5th that would be such a score

      • 76mustang

        Ford was BPA, Sims is worth a look – good receiver, caught team high 45 passes in 2013, reliable blocker…Davis has round 4 grade (CBS) – he’s the one who returned the missed field goal for TD at the end of Alabama/Auburn game…

        • GEAGLE

          Isn’t he a slot CB?

          Yeah I’m really backed up in my knowledge of the RBs and OL..just haven’t put in any work because of our depth and so many other needs…tho I probably should….don’t think Dee will appeal to us…when it comes to first and second round in this draft I think we either love a guy or we don’t…if we would like Dee enough to take him at 54, such a high valued position, major need, and lack of depth at that position in this draft would mean we would draft Ford at 22….can’t see a scenario where we didn’t like him at 22, but took him at 54…if we want him, it’s such a need that he would be the first kid we draft whether it’s at 22 or trade back….just my opinion tho…could easily be wrong.

          Just think he is two years away from being able to play the run, and we need to be able to cut Cole at the end of the season… Too many flaws to overlook his less than ideal height and length that Chip covets at OLB IMO

          • 76mustang

            Don’t disagree with you, was drafting based on what the game was giving me (Evans won’t be there at 22, and there was no trade offer at 54, so I took BPA (same with Sims), it’s how you score over 5000 every time) with an eye to Eagles’-type talent.

          • GEAGLE

            I know..absolutely get that..don’t blame you either..especially since he isn’t so totally unrealistic for us, just my personal opinion of him….we will be able to judge these things better next year when we have two drafts worth of intel…just in his case pass rush is so valued and scarce in this draft that if we like him he will be our first pick…where as we can like a WR in round 1 but pass on him because there are so many other WR we like, but then get lucky and see him fall to us in round two…but I get you

    • GEAGLE

      Now that like me, Yous have all played the game a million times, I’m sure there starts to become a trend, you will rotate the same group of players in every 3 mocks that you do, so switch it up and force yourselves to draft alternative scenarios…for example..I always tend to draft Deandre Coleman in the 5th, since I know I can get him there…start putting restrictions Iike you can only draft a player you often draft if he is on the board one round later than where you normally take him…forces you to play with other scenarios

    • Will

      Not so Dee Ford fits are scheme the game likes him not so sure he is ROLB material…not sure I’ve seen film on Davis…

  • GEAGLE

    Dont really like this draft but I like the trade down scenario:
    ..
    Trade #22 to Niners for #30 and #77…From #30 trade down to Rd2 #8 and get the #8 in round 4…
    ..
    So trade back twice from 22 and end up with something like:
    Rd2 #8 KVN
    Rd3 #13 Devante Adams
    Rd4 #8 Dion Bailey

    Doubt there is a player we can take at 22 that would be better than using the pick to add 3 players of that caliber…

    We still had the rest of our picks:
    Rd2 #22 TE troy NIklas
    Rd3 #22 WR Donte Moncreif
    Rd4 #22 DE Brent Urban
    Rd5 #22 NT Deandre Coleman
    Rd7 #22 RB DAT

    • GEAGLE

      Trade next years pick with BG and Bryce for Dion, and now we are talking

      • EaglesFanInPhx

        I’m good with this year’s 1st + BG for Dion + 3rd

  • GEAGLE

    Is there really a Player we can draft at 22 that would be better than using that pick to get #30 and #77 from the Niners? Added two picks which are two more opportunities to trade back, but even if you only wind up with 30 and 77, you would be adding two serious talents for the 22nd pick….unless Barr or Evans is on the board, I don’t care who is available, trade back if it’s an option!!!!

    • EaglesFanInPhx

      only “feasible” picks i’d like at 22 are haha, barr, odb, cooks. If they are all gone I don’t want anyone else.

  • Will

    Your score is: 4837 (GRADE: A-)

    Your Picks:

    Round 2 Pick 13 (DET): Kelvin Benjamin, WR, Florida State (A)
    Round 2 Pick 22: Deone Bucannon, SS, Washington State (A-)
    Round 3 Pick 8 (MINN): Marcus Smith, DE, Louisville (A)
    Round 3 Pick 22: Daniel McCullers, DT, Tennessee (B)
    Round 4 Pick 8 (MINN): Anthony Johnson, DT, LSU (B+)
    Round 4 Pick 17 (CHI): Antone Exum, CB, Virginia Tech (B+)
    Round 4 Pick 22: Christian Jones, ILB, Florida State (A-)
    Round 5 Pick 16 (CHI): Brandon Coleman, WR, Rutgers (B+)
    Round 5 Pick 22: Chris Watt, OG, Notre Dame (B-)
    Round 6 Pick 15 (CHI): Chris Boswell, K, Rice (A)
    Round 7 Pick 12 (DET): Richard Rodgers, TE, California (C)
    Round 7 Pick 22: Connor Shaw, QB, South Carolina (A-)

  • Maggie

    Just a thought. Trade McCoy and a 6th or 7th for the Rams first of 2 picks in the first round. People keep saying RBs are a dime a dozen and even if it is not entirely true, there must be a quality north-south RB out there somewhere to take up most of the slack, along with 600 or so yards a year from Sproles, another 300 or so from Polk. McCoy doesn’t seem entirely happy and he did give away a lot of yards juking around last season. More than once was yelling at the TV set, “go straight through that gaping hole your O line just opened up for you!” There’s your Barr. AND, my opinions are just as valid (or invalid!) ;~) as any others’.

    • EaglesFanInPhx

      This is quite possibly the worst idea I’ve ever heard.

      • Maggie

        An unhappy employee usually becomes a half-hearted employee.

    • Kev_H

      Eagles’ overall yards per carry rushing has been higher than McCoy’s the last two seasons. IMO as long as your backs can pass block and are versatile, you should no OK. But I think the Rams might want more for a 1st round pick.

      • Maggie

        Could be. Everything is negotiable.

        • Maggie

          I suggested the Rams because of their 2 picks.

          • Richard Colton

            Not sure why the Rams would do that. They’ve invested pretty heavily at the RB position over the last few years. I think they are very happy at that position.

            Didn’t make a run at Chris Johnson or MJD. Don’t think they’ll part with a 1st rounder for a RB.

    • Jeff Asay

      Lol! Is this a joke? Trade the leading NFL rusher and clearly one of the top three running backs in the league. To get what??? For every time he danced, he turned 1 yard losses into 8 yard gains five times. You can’t be serious. This is an attempt to rile people up. Lol, can see why Geagle mocks you.

      • Maggie

        Well. Let’s see. You’ve been on this site for 5 minutes, yet you know everything. Wait until you disagree with the person you mentioned and he calls you a fool or a dope or suggests that you get up off your knees and wipe your mouth. He is the most insulting person on this board, yet frequently wrong. For example, he GUARANTEED that the Eagles would beat New Orleans. He GUARANTEED that DJax would never be cut or traded. I never address any comments to him, yet he attacks me, all the while claiming he doesn’t read my comments. Before you agree with somebody, you should make sure you know who they are and what they represent. My suggestion about trading McCoy for the OLB that most people here seem to want was just that. A thought. An idea. No more stupid or intelligent than most of the long involved draft scenarios that other posters have been writing on here for a couple of weeks. Finally, you are not a mind reader. You have no idea what I was thinking over and above what I posted.

  • AndreWaters20

    I’m a fan of Marcus Martin, the best center in the draft who could play a season or 2 at guard. Todd Herremans is more of a back up than a starter, the classic jack of all trades master of none, but valuable for his versatility. Martin has much better size than Kelce, and in the course of a season or 2 I’d look for Martin to take Kelce’s job. All the hype on how great the Eagles line is baffles me. The interior is soft. They need to upgrade center and BOTH guard spots in the course of the next 2 seasons or so. That Mathis made the Pro Bowl is a joke, he’s the classic journeyman NFL player. Bottom line, if Martin is there in round 2, grab him up.

    It’d be nice to trade out of the first round and accumulate more picks, with teams looking to move into that area of the draft to grab a second tier quarterback, that’s a scenario that isn’t too far-fetched.

  • Will

    Round 1 Pick 22: Calvin Pryor, FS, Louisville (A)
    Round 1 Pick 23 (K.C.): Brandin Cooks, WR, Oregon State (A)
    Round 1 Pick 24 (CINN): Darqueze Dennard, CB, Michigan State (A)
    Round 2 Pick 22: Deone Bucannon, SS, Washington State (A-)
    Round 3 Pick 22: Demarcus Lawrence, DE, Boise State (A-)
    Round 4 Pick 22: Charles Sims, RB, West Virginia (A)
    Round 5 Pick 22: Ronald Powell, OLB, Florida (A)
    Round 7 Pick 22: De’Anthony Thomas, RB, Oregon (C)

  • Will

    Your Picks:
    Round 1 Pick 22: Calvin Pryor, FS, Louisville (A)
    Round 1 Pick 25 (S.D.): Brandin Cooks, WR, Oregon State (A)
    Round 1 Pick 26 (CLE): C.J. Mosley, ILB, Alabama (A-)
    Round 2 Pick 22: Deone Bucannon, SS, Washington State (A-)
    Round 3 Pick 22: DaQuan Jones, DT, Penn State (A)
    Round 4 Pick 22: Antone Exum, CB, Virginia Tech (A-)
    Round 5 Pick 22: Andre Williams, RB, Boston College (A)
    Round 7 Pick 22: Logan Thomas, QB, Virginia Tech (B-)

  • Will

    Your Picks:

    Round 1 Pick 22: Brandin Cooks, WR, Oregon State (A)
    Round 1 Pick 25 (S.D.): C.J. Mosley, ILB, Alabama (A-)
    Round 1 Pick 26 (CLE): Kony Ealy, DE, Missouri (A-)
    Round 2 Pick 22: Deone Bucannon, SS, Washington State (A-)
    Round 3 Pick 22: DaQuan Jones, DT, Penn State (A)
    Round 4 Pick 22: Antone Exum, CB, Virginia Tech (A-)
    Round 5 Pick 22: Andre Williams, RB, Boston College (A