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Round 5

10 Apr

132. Carolina Panthers: @donovanhorn : Virgil Green, TE – Nevada
133. Buffalo Bills: @Alumni50 : Lance Kendricks, TE – Wisconsin
134. Cincinnati Bengals: @RyanTerrana : Will Hill, S – Florida
135. Kansas City Chiefs(f/DEN/TB): @Jason_Madson : Stephen Schilling, OG – Michigan
136. Arizona Cardinals: @DJBerns247 : Derrick Locke, RB – UK
137. Cleveland Browns: @BrendanLeister : Ronald Johnson, WR – USC
138. Houston Texans:@EyeoftheGator : Greg Salas, WR – Hawaii
139. Minnesota Vikings: @JoshMTD : Mark LeGree, S – Appalachian St.
140. Kansas City Chiefs(f/DET): @Jason_Madson : Mike McNeill, TE – Nebraska
141. San Francisco 49ers: @Tre9er : Jacquizz Rodgers, RB – Oregon State
142. Tennessee Titans: @EricDickens : Robert Sands, S - West Virginia
143. Dallas Cowboys: @Redsoxnation88 : Jeremy Beal, OLB – Oklahoma
144. Washington Redskins: @myfriendsftw : Terrell McClain, DT - South Florida
145. St. Louis Rams: @indepthscouting : Jamie Harper, RB - Clemson
146. Miami Dolphins: @PFF_Zerodev: Jordan Cameron, TE – USC
147. Jacksonville Jaguars: @CaliforniaJag: Jalil Brown, CB – Colorado
148. Oakland Raiders: @fantasy_occhs68 : Chykie Brown, CB – Texas
149. Philadelphia Eagles(f/SD): @EugeneStasakjr : Ross Homan, LB - Ohio State
150. Minnesota Vikings(f/NYG): @JoshMTD : Rob Housler, TE - Florida Atlantic
151. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: @Thomsen80 : Zach Hurd, OG - Connecticut
152. Indianapolis Colts: @TomwgHagger : Jason Pinkston, OT - Pittsburgh
153. Philadelphia Eagles: @EugeneStasakjr : Greg McElroy, QB - Alabama
154. Detroit Lions(f/KC): @Huskergirlie : Eric Hagg, S - Nebraska
155. Washington Redskins(f/NO): @Myfriendsftw : Akeem Dent, LB – Georgia
156. Seattle Seahawks: @PFF_Tyson : Ricky Elmore, DE – Arizona
157. Seattle Seahawks(f/BAL): @PFF_Tyson : Jeron Johnson, SS – Boise St.
158. Atlanta Falcons: @Empulse : Terrance Toliver, WR – LSU
159. New England Patriots: @RumfordJohnny : Craig Marshall, DE – USF
160. Chicago Bears: @BNQuinlan : Da’Norris Searcy, SS –  UNC
161. New York Jets: :@JohnADuckworth : Pat Devlin, QB – Delaware
162. Pittsburgh Steelers: @allen21Howard : Chris Neild, NT – WVU
163. Green Bay Packers: @PFF_Akshay : Bilal Powell, RB – Louisville
164. Baltimore Ravens(comp): @IHateJJRedick : Demarcus Van Dyke, DB – Miami
165. Baltimore Ravens(comp): @IHateJJRedick : Mario Harvey, LB – Marshall

 
5 Comments

Posted by on April 10, 2011 in #2

 

5 responses to “Round 5

  1. Brendan Leister

    April 10, 2011 at 12:12 pm

    137th pick, Cleveland Browns, WR Ronald Johnson

    Ronald Johnson will add a lot of speed and athleticism to our team. What is really special about him is his ability with the ball in his hands. We feel that his unique talent for gaining yards after the catch will give him a chance to contribute early on in his career.

    Some of you may be questioning this pick because Ronald had trouble with injuries throughout his college career but we made sure that our doctors checked him out and cleared him before we made the pick.

    Ronald Johnson is a “home run hitter” and we’re extremely excited to add him to our new west coast offense in Cleveland.

    Thank you,

    Browns GM

     
  2. Houston Texans 138th Pick

    April 10, 2011 at 10:25 pm

    Finally leaving the defensive side of the ball, the Texans choose to pick a receiver that they hope they can use in the slot to complement Andre. Salas is a smart receiver that knows how to get open, and is not afraid to work over the middle. Three year starter and 1st Team All-WAC in 2009 and 2010. Great height and build, and will play through pain.

     
  3. Josh D

    April 11, 2011 at 5:47 am

    With the 139th overall pick in the 5th round, the Vikings select FS Mark LeGree, Appalachian State

    Mark has the instincts and ball hawking ability the Vikings are looking for in the back of their secondary. His 22 career INTs puts him ahead of the entire DB class with Brian Lainhart of Kent State (17) the next closest. His size (6’0” 210lbs) and speed (#2 overall in both 40 yard dash and 3 cone drill for safeties at combine) fit well with their defensive system. Should be able to compete for playing time right away and contribute on special teams.

    With the 150th overall pick in the 5th round the Vikings select Rob Housler, TE Florida Atlantic

    Housler is a WR in a TE’s body. He measures 6’5” 248lbs, but looks like he could still add weight, though that might not be ideal. He is knocked down because he isn’t a very good blocker, but he does have a big upside as a pass catcher and red zone threat. His size makes him a mismatch regardless of where you line him up. Whether its on the line, in the slot, or outside, he has the speed and athleticism to be a threat. He gives the offense a nice size/speed combo that could be lacking with Sidney Rice possibly leaving or deadly if he stays.

     
  4. Justin Occhionero

    April 11, 2011 at 6:29 am

    Gentlemen,

    Needing to add depth to our CB corps, especially with the likelihood of Nmandi Asomugha leaving, the Raiders were ecstatic to grab Chykie Brown. Perhaps the greatest athlete in the draft, brown has all the tools to do well in this league. With above average size and speed, Brown will surely be able to torment any receiver he is assigned to. Because of his athleticism, he will fit in perfectly with our man-man defensive scheme. We look forward to working with him this off-season and are very confident that he will not disappoint.

    Justin Occhionero
    GM, Oakland Raiders

     
  5. @AlUmNi50

    April 12, 2011 at 4:30 am

    2nd pick of round 5, Buffalo Bills , Lance Kendricks, TE, Wisconsin

    Very much a position we had to address in this draft. We are thrilled to be able to take a player the caliber of Lance in round 5. Good in the run game (does not blow defenders off the ball but positions himself well) quality receiver who we think can create match-up problems for several teams in the league. A few knocks such as using his body instead of his hands to pull in the football at times but overall an instant upgrade at this position, a guy who can develop into a quality starter with a little work.

     

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