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Missing football already? With all the lockout buzz looming, we can still look forward to the NFL Draft. Join us as we swing around some mock drafts in listed in our NFL Mock Draft Database. The database is going to be reconstructed this week and then updated daily.
Many have A.J. Green landing with the Cleveland Browns. Walter Football has look at what happens if he isn’t available…
“If Green is off the board and Robert Quinn is available, Cleveland almost has to take him. With the move back to the 4-3, all the Browns have at the defensive end position is Matt Roth, who has played in the 3-4 in his entire career.”
McNeil at The Hazean sees Jake Locker staying in Washington and landing in the first round…
I see the whole feel-good story here: Local product staying home to play pro ball. It would be a reach, though, with the way Locker’s stock has dropped.
Fantasy Football Today has Marcell Darius falling to the Niners at #7, maybe even further…
“This guy is a beast but he didn’t have the best 2010 season. His stock could drop as we near April.”
Mike Band at Draft Ace has Oklahoma Linebacker, Jeremy Beal in the mid first round.
“Beal is an ideal fit for the scheme and resembles former Charger Shawn Merriman better than anyone in this class. Beal’s experience as a stand-up rusher as well as in a three-point stance makes him a valuable commodity for a team that runs a 3-4 scheme.”
Congrats to the Packers and their excellent drafting! So as the commercial during last night’s Super Bowl said, the countdown to prime time starts now…or something like that. It’s time to focus on the 2011 Draft (when not focusing on a lockout). Here are today’s five Draft related quotes and links for you…
Len Pasquarelli is talking draft now at CBS Sports. To be specific, he is talking about all the potential 3-4 outside linebackers in this draft and the bust factor that sometimes goes with the position.
Seems a little dated now, but it is still worthwhile information from a favorite source. NFL Draft Dog has his Senior Bowl Review up.
Scott Wright’s Senior Bowl blog at NFL Draft Countdown is good for the reviewing too.
Keep up on the draft with ESPN Videos HERE. Every now and then they let some draft content slip out of the Insider umbrella for free.
To many the NFL Draft prospects at this point are just names. Here are Bucky Brooks Top 25 in pictures.
More Take Five tomorrow!
2011 NFL Draft prospect, Missouri linebacker/Defensive End, Aldon Smith Video Highlights…