Football Gameplan's 2013 NFL Mock Draft Video - March

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  • Good morning Hawk fans! Here's my March mock draft video

    Enjoy!

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  • I don't know how many of you caught this (I take it from the lack of views and responses quite a few missed this), but what Emory Hunt has done here is actually pretty interesting to me in regards to the draft. When I first started watching this, I was fairly confused right off the bat as to what in the world he was doing. When I figured it out though, I found his idea here rather intriguing. What Emory has done with this exercise is to basically do a Small School Draft. In this Mock, he's gotten rid of all the Big NCAA Players ... and done a draft of what he sees are the best Small College Players out there ... plugging in players that appear to fit needs at certain spots.

    Now what's interesting to me is the ranking itself -- basically it's a ranking of the top Small School Players out there ... top to bottom in terms of overall talent. Take a look at where he has Montori Hughes and Da'Rick Rogers (2 Players the Seahawks have been linked to) ranked. He's got quite a few nuggets throughout this piece -- for example saying of Kyle Juszcyzk that he's "one of the best TE's in the draft I've seen regardless of division, a guy who can be an H Back and also a Tight End" (could be a late round pick/UDFA -- another guy to keep an eye on for the Joker position for the Hawks) ...

    Small School Draft

    1) Kansas City Chiefs – Terron Armstead – T – 6’5” 305 (Arkansas Pine Bluff)
    2) Jacksonville Jaguars – David Bass – DE – 6’5” 275 (Missouri Western)
    3) Oakland Raiders – Brandon Williams – DT – 6’2” 328 (Missouri Southern St.)
    4) Philadelphia Eagles – Montori Hughes – DT – 6’3” 330 (UT Martin)
    5) Detroit Lions – Robert Alford – CB – 5’10” 190 (SE Louisiana)
    6) Cleveland Browns – Keith Pough – LB – 6’2” 235 (Howard)
    7) Arizona Cardinals – Ross Dausin – QB – 6’4” 232 (CSU Pueblo)
    8] Buffalo Bills – Da’Rick Rogers – WR – 6’3” 215 (Tennessee Tech)
    9) New York Jets – J.C. Tretter – G – 6’4” 300 (Cornell)
    10) Tennessee Titans – Rontez Miles – S – 6’0” 215 (California [PA])
    11) San Diego Chargers – Manase Foketi – T – 6’5” 320 (West Texas A&M)
    12) Miami Dolphins – Brandon Kaufman – WR – 6’5” 215 (Eastern Washington)
    13) Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Dax Swanson – CB – 5’11” 195 (Sam Houston St.)
    14) Carolina Panthers – Brent Russell – DT – 6’2” 297 (Georgia Southern)
    15) New Orleans Saints – Ty Powell – LB – 6’2” 29 (Harding)
    16) St. Louis Rams – Aaron Mallette – WR – 6’2” 210 (Elon)
    17) Pittsburgh Steelers – Jasper Collins – WR – 5’10” 180 (Mount Union)
    18) Dallas Cowboys – Garrett Gilkey – OL – 6’5” 309 (Chadron St.)
    19) New York Giants – Nicholas Williams – DT – 6’5” 310 (Samford)
    20) Chicago Bears – Kyle Juszcyzk – TE – 6’3” 245 (Harvard)
    21) Cincinnati Bengals – Mike Catapano – DE – 6’3” 275 (Princeton)
    22) St. Louis Rams – J.J. Wilcox – S – 6’0” 206 (Georgia Southern)
    23) Minnesota Vikings – Ryan Spadola – WR – 6’0” 200 (Lehigh)
    24) Indianapolis Colts – Nate Palmer – DE/OLB – 6’3” 240 (Illinois State)
    25) Seattle Seahawks – Roger Gaines – T – 6’5” 320 (Tennessee State)
    26) Green Bay Packers – Miguel Maysonet – RB – 5’11” 214 (Stony Brook)
    27) Houston Texans – Brandon Hepburn – ILB – 6’3” 240 (Florida A&M)
    28) Denver Broncos – Jared Smith – DT – 6’3” 300 (New Hampshire)
    29) New England Patriots – Malcolm Bronson – S – 5’11” 200 (McNeese State)
    30) Atlanta Falcons – Brian Leonhardt – TE – 6’5” 240 (Bemidji State)
    31) San Francisco 49ers – Armonty Bryant – DE – 6’4” 263 (East Central)
    32) Baltimore Ravens – Jeremy Kimbrough – LB – 5’9” 235 (Appalachian State)

    2nd Round --
    33) Washington Redskins – Jordan Dangerfield – S – 6’1” 200 (Towson)

    FWIW, In his official mock draft at the end of this (begins at 11:20) Emory has the Seahawks going with Kawann Short at #25.

    At least I found this interesting. Just some names to keep an eye on come draft time.
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