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  1. #16
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    1(32): Stanley Jean-Baptiste, CB, Nebraska
    2(64): Traded to Jaguars for a #3(70) & #5(144)
    3(70): Paul Richardson, WR, Colorado (via Jaguars)
    3(96): Trade for Percy Harvin
    4(132): Deandre Coleman, DT, California
    5(144): Jordan Zumwalt, LB, UCLA (via Jaguars)
    5(146): Trey Millard, FB, Oklahoma (via Raiders for Matt Flynn)
    5(172): Seantrel Henderson, OT, Miami
    6(208): Elhadji Ndiaye, DE, Nebraska-Kearney
    7(247): Trade for Terrelle Pryor

    This is tough. It really comes down to whether or not a QB drops to us. I originally saw a trade out to the Browns, but now just feel someone drops and unless the team can get a 3rd rounder out of it, they'll stay.
    Last edited by Freezer Weasel; 05-08-2014 at 08:19 PM.
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    Now things are back to being run by Silver the way things should be, here's my 1st shot

    1st shot (now replaced)

    1(32): WR- Cody Latimer, Indiana
    2(64): DT- Dominique Easley, Florida
    3: traded away for Harvin
    4 (by trade): DE- Jackson Jeffcoat, Texas
    4(132): OG- Trai Turner, LSU
    5(146): OT- Seantrel Henderson, Miami
    5(172): CB- Dontae Johnson, NC St.
    6(208): LB- Howard Jones, Sheperd
    7: traded away for Pryor

    2nd shot (now replaced)

    1(32): Traded for a 2nd and a 4th - 2(35) & 4(127)
    2(35): (rec'c by trade) WR- Cody Latimer, Indiana
    2(64): Traded for a 3rd & 5th - 3(70) & 5(144)
    3(70): (rec'c by trade) DT- Dominique Easley, Florida
    3(80): (rec'c by trade) DE- Trent Murphy, Stanford
    3(96): traded away for Harvin
    4(127):(rec'd by trade) Traded along with 2015 4th rd and 2015 6th rd for pick 3(80)
    4(132): OT- Laurent Duvernay-Tardiff, McGill
    5(144): (rec'd by trade) RB- Jerick McKinnon, Georgia Southern
    5(146): Traded for 5th & 6th - 5(169) & 6(202)
    5(169): (rec'c by trade) DT- Deandre Coleman, Cal
    5(172): OLB- Howard Jones, Sheperd
    6(202): (rec'd by trade)OT- Seantrel Henderson, Miami
    6(208): OG-John Urschel, Penn St.
    7(247): traded away for Pryor

    Final version

    1(32): Traded for a 2nd and a 4th - 2(35) & 4(127)
    2(35): (rec'c by trade) WR- Cody Latimer, Indiana
    2(64): Traded for a 3rd & 5th - 3(70) & 5(144)
    3(70): (rec'c by trade) DT- Dominique Easley, Florida
    3(80): (rec'c by trade) OG- Trai Turner, LSU
    3(96): traded away for Harvin
    4(127):(rec'd by trade) Traded along with 2015 4th rd and 2015 6th rd for pick 3(80)
    4(132): OT- Laurent Duvernay-Tardiff, McGill
    5(144): (rec'd by trade) RB- Jerick McKinnon, Georgia Southern
    5(146): Traded for 5th & 6th - 5(169) & 6(202)
    5(169): (rec'c by trade) DT- Deandre Coleman, Cal
    5(172): OLB- Howard Jones , Sheperd
    6(202): (rec'd by trade)OT- Seantrel Henderson, Miami
    6(208): Traded in return for picks 7(229), 7(231), 7(238) & and a 2015 7th
    7(229): (rec'c by trade) Vinnie Sunseri, Alabama
    7(231): (rec'c by trade) Carlos Fields, Winston Salem St.
    7(238): (rec'c by trade) OG-John Urschel, Penn St.
    7(247): traded away for Pryor

    Awesome that this is the 12th year of the contest in the year that the 12s rejoice at being fans of the championship team.

    After noticing the actual time of the start of the draft perhaps the rules should be modified to allow changes to be made up to 8:00 p.m. eastern which is when the draft actually starts. Am glad the draft is getting close as I am starting to find the time from the combine to now very l--o--n--g. I've asked the other thread be closed by either one of our fearless leader mods and had tried to pm Hoosier to post his choices here but couldn't get through. Silver tell us how you really feel about Pryor as it's apparent that regardless of his exceptional physical ability his morality is apparently dubious.

    My final trades were done done to increase the number of players the team could chose in this deep draft, as despite their letter to agents a championship team with as much depth as the Seahawks have could find acquiring some UDFA players to be a bit tough and there will be about 150 guys that will go undrafted this year that might be drafted in most other seasons.
    Last edited by jammer; 05-08-2014 at 10:33 PM.
    Seattle Seahawks, winners of SuperBowl XLVIII, what an amazing season!

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    EDIT: PICKS UPDATED IN A LATER POST

    First crack:

    1(32): Joel Bitonio, OT, Nevada
    2(64): Traded for a 3rd and a 5th
    3(TR1): Marcus Smith, DE, Louisville
    4(132): Brandon Coleman, WR, Rutgers
    5(146): Traded for a 5th and a 7th
    5(TR1): Seantrel Henderson, OT, Miami
    5(TR2): Cassius Marsh, DE, UCLA
    5(172): Josh Mauro, DE/DT, Stanford
    6(208): Morgan Breslin, OLB, USC
    7(TR2): Vinnie Sunseri, SS, Alabama
    Last edited by MKHawk; 05-08-2014 at 01:18 PM.
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    Jammer has Latimer mocked already, so I've got to go a different direction . . .

    1.32 WR Davonte Adams, Fresno St.
    2.64 DE Marcus Smith, Louisville
    4.132 OT Laurent Duvernay-Tardiff, McGill
    5.145 CB Dontae Johnson, NC State
    5.172 LB Jordan Tripp, Montana
    6.208 TE Chase Dixon, Central Arkansas

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    1(32): Stanley Jean-Baptiste, CB (Nebraska)
    2(64): Kyle Van Noy, DE (BYU)
    4(132): C.J. Fiedorowicz, TE (IOWA)
    5(146): Seantrel Henderson, OT (MIAMI)
    5(172): Ryan Grant, WR (TULANE)
    6(208): Carlos Fields, OLB (WINSTON-SALEM)
    Last edited by Anointed One; 05-01-2014 at 04:20 AM.

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    Merging on up. Still Silvers baby.
    "I believe it is the duty of each of us to act as if the fate of the world depended on him. Admittedly, one man by himself cannot do the job. However, one man can make a difference."

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    Thanks!
    Seattle Seahawks, winners of SuperBowl XLVIII, what an amazing season!

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    Why were these merged? I liked my thread. I spent a while constructing this, which wasn't easy for me to put together, and now my original post is halfway down the first page, and my title isn't on this.
    Last edited by SilverSeahawk; 05-02-2014 at 02:17 AM.

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    *sigh*

    Everyone is a critic....
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    I'm happy to have my thread deleted or simply closed to end any discussions about this. I agree with Silver. This is and always has been Silver's deal, now he's back my thread is unnecessary.
    Last edited by jammer; 05-02-2014 at 02:44 PM.
    Seattle Seahawks, winners of SuperBowl XLVIII, what an amazing season!

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    I am brutal at this contest. In the 11 years I've been in it, I've been in the top half maybe once or twice. Here's my picks and your guide of what to avoid.
    1(32): Trade with Jacksonville for 2(39) and 4(119)
    2(39):Stephon Tuitt, DE, Notre Dame
    2(64): David Yankey, G, Stanford
    4(119): WR
    4(132): TE
    5(146): OT
    5(172): DT
    6(208): WR

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    1(32):DeMarcus Lawrence DE
    2 (64): Devante Adams WR
    4(132):Jordan Tripp LB
    5(146):Laurent Duvarny-Tardiff T
    5(172): Josh Huff WR
    6(208): Ulrick John T
    Last edited by AnnArborHawk; 05-08-2014 at 05:39 PM.
    The day is short; the task is great. You are not expected to complete the work; yet you are not free to evade it. Pirkei Avot 2:15

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    Quote Originally Posted by McGruffHawk View Post
    Jammer has Latimer mocked already, so I've got to go a different direction . . .

    1.32 WR Davonte Adams, Fresno St.
    2.64 DE Marcus Smith, Louisville
    4.132 OT Laurent Duvernay-Tardiff, McGill
    5.145 CB Dontae Johnson, NC State
    5.172 LB Jordan Tripp, Montana
    6.208 TE Chase Dixon, Central Arkansas
    Making a change or two . . . first of many:)

    1.32 OT Ja'Waun James, Tennessee - Cable personally went to Tennessee and he fits to a "T" with massive frame and long arms. Plug and play RT.
    2.64 WR Allen Robinson, Penn St. - Along with Beckham and Cooks is probably the best RAC guy in the draft, and that's something Pete values a LOT.
    4.132 LB Jordan Tripp, Montana
    5.145 DE Elhadji Ndiaye, Nebraska-Kearney
    5.172 DT Zach Kerr, Delaware
    6.208 TE Chase Dixon, Central Arkansas

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    1(32): Traded to Jags. Really counting on Bridgewater or Carr to fall to this pick. Traded our #32 to Jacksonville and our buddy Gus Bradley for their #105 in the 4th round, #144 in the 5th round, #205 in the 6th. Jacksonville has a boatload of picks in rounds 4-6. I'd love to see us get a 3rd rounder obviously, but don't expect that to happen unless there is a ton of interest and competition for #32.

    *2(39): WR Allen Robinson
    2(64): OT Jack Mewhort
    *4(105): G Brandon Thomas - injured knee, but top 50 talent that may sit on IR for a year.
    **4(132): CB Walt Aikens
    *5(144): OT Laurent Duvernay-Tardif
    5(145): DE Aaron Lynch
    5(172): S Ed Reynolds
    *6(205): OLB Adrian Hubbard
    6(208): DT Zach Kerr

    *Jags trade
    **Changed pick #123 to actual #132

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