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Offensive Guards usually don't go that high in the draft. DeCastro was the best last year and I think he went late 1st or early 2nd.  Warmack is a top 5 overall prospect and his range is 10-20.

Also for the Titans hoping something like...

1. Warmack
2. Elam or Banks
3. BPA at DL
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View PostCCRider, on 10 January 2013 - 12:07 PM, said:

If I am not mistaken the SEC has averaged roughly 46 players drafted per year since 2000.  Far and away the most of any Conference.  This year could blow that number out of the water. I do a SEC big board and mock draft on my blog every year.  I have not gone all the way through the Tennessee, TXAM, or USC rosters and I am still working on the 4th round. Here is who I have so far and the round I like them to go in.

Alabama:
Chance Warmack G 1st rd
DeMarcus Milliner   CB   1st rd
Eddie Lacy   RB   1st rd
Barrett Jones    C 1st rd
DJ Fluker OT 1-2 rd
Jesse Williams DT 1-2 rd
Robert Lester    S   3rd rd

Arkansas:
Tyler Wilson    QB 2nd rd
Cobi Hamilton WR 2nd rd
Alvin Bailey G    2-3 rd
Knile Davis RB 4th rd

Auburn:
Corey Lemonier DE/OLB 2nd rd

Florida:
Shariff Floyd    DT    1st rd
Matt Elam S 1-2 rd
Jon Bostic    LB    2nd rd
Jelani Jenkins OLB 2nd rd
Jordan Reed   TE    2-3 rd
Mike Gillislee RB    3-4 rd

Georgia:
Jarvis Jones   LB    Top 5
Johnathan Jenkins  NT 1st rd
Alec Ogletree LB    1st rd
Kwame Geathers DT 3-4 rd
Bacarri Rambo   S 3-4 rd
Shawn Williams S 4th rd

Kentucky:
Larry Warford G 2nd-3rd

LSU:
Barkevious Mingo  DE/OLB  Top 10
Sam Montgomery  DE  1st rd
Bennie Logan DT   1st rd
Kevin Minter   LB 1-2 rd
Eric Reid S 1-2 rd
Tyrann Mathieu KR/CB  2nd rd
Chris Faulk    OT 2-3 rd
Michael Ford RB 3rd rd
Tharold Simon CB 3rd rd
Spencer Ware   RB   3-4 rd
Brad Wingo   P   6th rd

Mississippi State:
Johnthan Banks   CB   Top 10
Gabe Jackson    G 3rd rd

Missouri:
Sheldon Richardson  DT  1st rd

South Carolina:
Devin Taylor   DE 3rd rd
Marcus Lattimore RB  2-3 rd

Tennessee:
Cordarrelle Patterson  WR  1st rd
Justin Hunter   WR 1-2 rd
Dallas Thomas  OL 2nd rd
Tyler Bray QB   3-4 rd
Darrington Sentimore  DT  4th rd  

Texas A&M:
Luke Joeckel   OT Top 5
Damontre Moore DE   Top 10
Sean Porter    DE/OLB 3-4 rd
Ryan Swope   WR 4th rd

banks is probably going to be a 1st rounder.  gabe jackson announced today that he will be returning next season.  i think he is being projected as a 3rd rounder, so hes coming back.  good list though.

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View PostCCRider, on 10 January 2013 - 07:06 PM, said:

No, but you do spend it on an impact player for your special teams who is also a cornerback.  That is called a value pick.
not in the second round its not.
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View PostStallingsBaldSpot, on 10 January 2013 - 10:57 AM, said:

Marcus Lattimore?

Dammit...I'm an absolute idiot.

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View PostCCRider, on 10 January 2013 - 12:07 PM, said:

If I am not mistaken the SEC has averaged roughly 46 players drafted per year since 2000.  Far and away the most of any Conference.  This year could blow that number out of the water. I do a SEC big board and mock draft on my blog every year.  I have not gone all the way through the Tennessee, TXAM, or USC rosters and I am still working on the 4th round. Here is who I have so far and the round I like them to go in.

Alabama:
Chance Warmack    G    1st rd
DeMarcus Milliner   CB   1st rd
Eddie Lacy              RB   1st rd
Barrett Jones           C     1st rd
DJ Fluker                OT    1-2 rd
Jesse Williams        DT    1-2 rd
Robert Lester           S      3rd rd

Arkansas:
Tyler Wilson           QB     2nd rd
Cobi Hamilton        WR     2nd rd
Alvin Bailey             G       2-3 rd
Knile Davis             RB     4th rd

Auburn:
Corey Lemonier DE/OLB 2nd rd

Florida:
Shariff Floyd       DT       1st rd
Matt Elam            S         1-2 rd
Jon Bostic           LB       2nd rd
Jelani Jenkins    OLB     2nd rd
Jordan Reed      TE       2-3 rd
Mike Gillislee     RB       3-4 rd

Georgia:
Jarvis Jones      LB       Top 5
Johnathan Jenkins  NT 1st rd
Alec Ogletree    LB       1st rd
Kwame Geathers DT    3-4 rd
Bacarri Rambo   S        3-4 rd
Shawn Williams S         4th rd

Kentucky:
Larry Warford    G        2nd-3rd

LSU:
Barkevious Mingo  DE/OLB  Top 10
Sam Montgomery  DE  1st rd
Bennie Logan        DT   1st rd
Kevin Minter          LB    1-2 rd
Eric Reid                S     1-2 rd
Tyrann Mathieu    KR/CB  2nd rd
Chris Faulk           OT    2-3 rd
Michael Ford        RB    3rd rd
Tharold Simon     CB    3rd rd
Spencer Ware      RB   3-4 rd
Brad Wingo          P      6th rd

Mississippi State:
Johnthan Banks   CB   Top 10
Gabe Jackson       G     3rd rd

Missouri:
Sheldon Richardson  DT  1st rd

South Carolina:
Devin Taylor      DE    3rd rd
Marcus Lattimore RB  2-3 rd

Tennessee:
Cordarrelle Patterson  WR  1st rd
Justin Hunter   WR     1-2 rd
Dallas Thomas  OL     2nd rd
Tyler Bray        QB      3-4 rd
Darrington Sentimore  DT  4th rd  

Texas A&M:
Luke Joeckel      OT    Top 5
Damontre Moore DE   Top 10
Sean Porter       DE/OLB 3-4 rd
Ryan Swope      WR    4th rd

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View PostStallingsBaldSpot, on 11 January 2013 - 08:14 AM, said:

Vanderbilt?

No one in the first three and a half rounds.  I am still working on the back end of the draft.  Of course after combine and pro days someone could jump up.
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If we continue to humor these Missouri Yankees they will start to actually believe they are really in the SEC.  Ppffffftttttt.....Yankees in the SEC....that'll be the day!

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View PostCCRider, on 12 January 2013 - 05:23 PM, said:



No one in the first three and a half rounds.  I am still working on the back end of the draft.  Of course after combine and pro days someone could jump up.

Zac Stacy will be a 3-4 rounder
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View PostStallingsBaldSpot, on 12 January 2013 - 05:29 PM, said:



Zac Stacy will be a 3-4 rounder
He could work himself up into the 4th.
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View PostCCRider, on 12 January 2013 - 07:10 PM, said:


He could work himself up into the 4th.

I think he already has. Look at the game film. Dudes vision is incredible. Probably his best attribute.

He's not a combine warrior by any means but his on field results speak for themselves.
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View PostStallingsBaldSpot, on 12 January 2013 - 07:53 PM, said:

I think he already has. Look at the game film. Dudes vision is incredible. Probably his best attribute.

He's not a combine warrior by any means but his on field results speak for themselves.

It will be a combo of tape, combine, and pro day.  His problem is how RBs are valued right now.  There are two or three teams that really need a RB and so they will look at a guy like Lacy early.  With RBs who aren't the elite guys in the draft teams seem to view taking them before the 5th round as "reaching" on them.
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View PostStallingsBaldSpot, on 12 January 2013 - 05:29 PM, said:



Zac Stacy will be a 3-4 rounder

I think Stacy is going to go in the 4th or 5th round tops... He's ranked in the back end of the top 20 RBs coming out right now which I think is underrating him, but that's good for whoever drafts him. He's the guy I'm praying the Falcons will get if he falls late enough. Turner is getting old and Quizz/Snelling can't handle everything on their own.

View PostTider27, on 18 November 2013 - 07:31 PM, said:

We won't have to stack the box, our athletes are better. Read the first sentence, Auburn won't have over 175. Bet anything you want, it's not gonna happen. That's the one thing Bama can do without a doubt 100% mark it down, and have been for years.

View PostTider27, on 18 November 2013 - 08:19 PM, said:

If you're going to bet, it will be longer than signing day. This is a rivalry that lasts 365 days, you would have to at least keep it until next football season or this isn't even worth mentioning. Besides, Bama could be winning late in the game and the scrubs get the 200.
Either way, it won't be happening to Bama's defense.
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The guys for VU I see getting drafted:

Zac Stacy: 3-4 round
Trey Wilson: 5-7 round

Other guys that could get drafted but would be no earlier than the 6-7 round:

Eric Samuels
Ryan Seymour
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