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Round 3

08 Apr

65. Carolina Panthers: @donovanhorn : Johnny Patrick, CB – Louisville
66. Cincinnati Bengals: @RyanTerrana : Ryan Williams, RB – VT
67. Denver Broncos: @JavertF5 : Luke Stocker, TE – Tennessee
68. Buffalo Bills: @Alumni50 : Sam Acho, OLB – Texas
69. Arizona Cardinals: @DJBerns247 : Davon House, CB – NMSU
70. Cleveland Browns: @BrendanLeister : Orlando Franklin, OT – Miami
71. Dallas Cowboys: @Redsoxnation88 : Rahim Moore, FS – UCLA
72. New Orleans Saints (f/WAS): @LaSportsDude :Quan Sturdivant, LB – UNC
73. Houston Texans: @EyeoftheGator :Kenrick Ellis, DT – Hampton
74. New England Patriots (f/MIN): @RumfordJohnny : James Carpenter, OT Alabama
75. Detroit Lions: @HuskerGirlie : Mark Herzlich, LB Boston College
76. San Francisco 49ers: @Tr9er :Brandon Burton, DB – Utah
77. Tennessee Titans: @EricDickens : Ricky Stanzi, QB – Iowa
78. St. Louis Rams: @indepthscouting : William Rackley OG – Lehigh
79. Miami Dolphins: @PFF_Zerodev : Clint Boling, OG – Georgia
80. Jacksonville Jaguars: @CaliforniaJag : Kelvin Sheppard, LB – LSU
81. Oakland Raiders: @fantasy_occhs6 : Jerrel Jernigan, WR – Troy
82. San Diego Chargers: @TruGentleman808 : Jarvis Jenkins, DT – Clemson
83. New York Giants: @Fantasytaz : Shane Vereen, RB – California
84. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: @Thomsen80 : Greg Jones, ILB, – MSU
85. Philadelphia Eagles: @EugeneStasakjr : Daniel Thomas, RB – Kansas State
86. Kansas City Chiefs: @Jason_Madson : Tandon Doss, WR – Indiana
87. Indianapolis Colts: @TomwgHagger : Drake Nevis DT – LSU
88. New Orleans Saints: @LaSportsDude : K.J. Wright, LB – Mississippi State
89. San Diego Chargers (f/SEA): @TruGentleman808 : DJ Williams, TE – Arkansas
90. Baltimore Ravens: @IHateJJRedick : Marcus Gilbert, OT – Florida
91. Atlanta Falcons: @Empulse : Edmond Gates, WR – ACU
92. New England Patriots: @RumfordJohnny : Chris Carter, OLB – Fresno St.
93. Chicago Bears: @BNQuinlan : Jurrell Casey, DT – uSC
94. New York Jets: @JohnADuckworth : DeAndre McDaniel, S - Clemson
95. Pittsburgh Steelers: @allen21howard : Chris Hairston, OT – Clemson
96. Green Bay Packers: @PFF_Akshay : Andy Dalton, QB – TCU
97. Carolina Panthers (comp): @donovanhorn : Greg Romeus, DE Pitt

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14 Comments

Posted by on April 8, 2011 in #2

 

14 responses to “Round 3

  1. Chris

    April 8, 2011 at 1:41 pm

    Panthers- Johnny Patrick, CB, Louisville
    I went BPA with this pick. CB was also a need position so I was able to feel great about this pick. Orlando Franklin was also in serious consideration for me as he was next on my board and I would have loved to have added him, but stuck with the board and got added a great talent to my defensive backfield.

    Though still a little raw Patrick’s speed, ball skills, ability to change direction, and physicalness were what made him the perfect fit. I believe he has all of the skills needed to be a starter in the NFL and with some time and work could be a great player in the league.

     
  2. Nathan S

    April 8, 2011 at 11:56 pm

    Denver Broncos-Pick 67- Luke Stocker TE Tennessee.
    I decided on Stocker because my first 3 picks were on D. I think Luke is going to be the next whitten. I like his size and he has descent hands. I thought about going for a LB but I figured that I better get a TE since we dont have a 4th and 5th round pick. Hopefully i can get a LB in the 6th.

     
  3. Brendan Leister

    April 9, 2011 at 12:15 am

    70th pick, Cleveland Browns, OT Orlando Franklin

    We are extremely excited to add Orlando Franklin to our football team. He was the best player available on our board and we even considered taking him in the second round.

    Orlando will come in and compete right away with Tony Pashos for starting job at the right tackle position. Orlando also adds great depth because he’s versatile. He can play tackle and can also slide inside and play guard if there’s an injury.

    Something that really sticks out when you watch Orlando play is his nastiness. He may get beat off the line at times but he has a short memory and he’ll stick it to the guy the next play.

    Orlando Franklin fills a huge need for us and we envision him lining up on the offensive line for us for a long time.

    Thank you,

    Browns GM

     
  4. EricDickens

    April 9, 2011 at 2:47 am

    77th pick, Tennessee Titans – Ricky Stanzi, QB, Iowa

    We are pleased to announce the addition of QB Ricky Stanzi to the Tennessee Titans. After shoring up some positions of need on the defensive side of the ball, we were looking for an intelligent QB that made good decisions.

    Stanzi brings a high level of intelligence and leadership at the QB position, along with a great pocket presence and patience/poise. He is a tireless worker and shows good touch on the deep pass. He will immediately compete for a starting position along w/ FA signings and QB’s already on the roster.

    Titans GM

     
  5. Justin Occhionero

    April 9, 2011 at 7:50 am

    Gentlemen,

    Stepping away from defense here, and focusing on improving our receiving corps, the Raiders were exstatic to take Jerrel Jernigan with the 81s pick. Although lacking in speed, his explosiveness and play-making ability is exactly what the Raiders need to improve next season. A versatile threat, Jernigan will surely fit in nicely on our team, most probably as a slot receiver. He may very well be the next Percy Harvin.

    Justin Occhionero
    GM, Oakland Raiders

     
  6. Houston Texans 73rd Pick

    April 9, 2011 at 8:08 am

    Big strong DT that can anchor the 3-4 defense. Excellent combination of size and athleticism make him perfect for the scheme. His off the field issues dropped him this far, and maybe would have dropped him further, but its risk that the Texans are willing to take, especially considering the CBA status, and the fact that they have to rely on the draft to fill their defensive roster with players to fit the new scheme.

     
  7. @RumfordJohnny

    April 9, 2011 at 9:02 am

    With pick 74, NE selects Alabama OT, James Carpenter. Carpenter fills a need at OT depth, with a potential departure of Matt Light, and Nick Kazcur refusing to sign a restructured tender. Coming from Saban’s program, he’ll be pro ready and versatile at RT or OG if needed.

    Pick #92, Pats select OLB Chris Carter. Another product of a Bill Belichick ally (Pat Hill), the Fresno State standout is another sound technician and high motor pass rusher. This is a case of BPA, and can kick inside at ILB if needed in the 3-4.

     
  8. Bee

    April 9, 2011 at 9:10 am

    with the 82nd pick and 89th pick we went with Jarvis Jenkins, DT, Clemson and DJ Williams, TE, Arkansas

    Love Jenkins versatility, he’ll be able to play DT or OLB for us in the 3-4 scheme; sorta like our version of Tamba Hali. Jenkins will also help us up front alongside Garay and Castillo. With the addition of Moch earlier, our front 7 is shoring up quite nice with players who can get to the QB.

    With Stocker already being drafted, went with DJ Williams who is undersized at the TE spot but he has a solid do whatever it takes and ability to be a route runner out of the HB position. With Gates continuing to get hurt and McMichael questionable to return, DJ could fill in well.

    Bee – @TruGentleman808
    Chargers GM

     
  9. huskergirlie

    April 9, 2011 at 9:14 am

    Pick # 75, Detroit Lions select Mark Herzlich, LB, Boston College.

    With over 300 career tackles, 33.5 being TFL, 5.5 sacks, 18 PBU, and 11 interceptions, there is no doubt in my mind that Mark is going to be a great addition to the team and add to the defense that has already improved greatly due to the 2010 draft choices. He also has amazing heart and character and truly loves the game.

     
  10. @AlUmNi50

    April 9, 2011 at 9:22 am

    68th Pick, Buffalo Bills – Sam Acho, DE/OLB, Texas

    We believe that Sam will transition nicely from a college defensive end into a stand up outside linebacker in our 3-4 package. An uncharacteristically bad year by the Longhorns somewhat overshadowed the stellar play of Acho. We are thankful that we had the opportunity to select him in the 3rd. Although his combine numbers did not blow us away we have seen enough film to know this young man is extremely talented with a high motor and most importantly a very high IQ. We see Sam using his versatility and intelligence to make a big splash on the defensive side in the near future.

     
  11. Tomwghagger

    April 9, 2011 at 4:17 pm

    87th pick – DRAKE NEVIS – DT – LSU

    The war room for the Colts was over the moon to see Drake fall to us in the 3rd round. If Jon Baldwin had not been on the board in the 2nd we would have pulled the trigger on Drake. We did not think he would fall all this way and believe we are getting the 45th best payer on our board at pick 87.

    Drake will be a great addition to the D line here in Indy and will be asked to shoot the gap and continue to heap pressure on opposing QBs. His super fast first step will enable him to cause havoc in opposing backfields.

     
  12. zerodev

    April 10, 2011 at 2:49 am

    With the 15th pick of the 3rd round, the Dolphins select Clint Boling, OT/OG, Georgia With the skill players the Dolphins were targeting in the 3rd round gone, Boling was our best player available. We have a second round grade on the big four-year starter from Georgia, and he should be able to immediately step in and fill a need on the offensive line for us.

     
  13. Thomsen80

    April 10, 2011 at 7:04 pm

    Tampa’s 3rd round pick.

    Greg Jones is a player we have been very impressed by through the whole draft process. We believe he is an ideal fit to what we want to do as a defense. He has the versatility and ahtleticism to play all 3 linebacker positions and his college production tells us we have real playmaker on our hands.

    He will have a bright future in the NFL.

     

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