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Post Senior Bowl Mock Draft

Some Players that I are good fits & would be available at our spot in the draft. I tried to keep this as realistic as possible at this point as far as draft position. Some of these guys will still be around in the rounds I have them going in, some won't.



After watching the Senior Bowl yesterday & the practices during the week these are some guys that I think highly of & hope that Shanny & co. take a good look at.------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2nd rd. - Oday Aboushi RT UVA - Aboushi looked very good in the practices leading up to the Senior Bowl, being one of the few players to hold his own against both Okafor & Ansah in one on one drills. He is very athletic & can easily get to the next level making him ideal in a ZBS. This from Rob Rang 01/23/2013 - Aboushi's best traits -- his physicality and aggression -- make him a better fit on the right side. Here, he consistently controlled BYU defensive end Ezekiel "Ziggy" Ansah, NFLDraftScout.com's top-rated defensive player playing in the Senior Bowl. And this was against the pass. When run blocking, Aboushi's powerful hands and relentlessness consistently knocked defenders off the ball. He also showed better-than-expected quickness in releasing off of double teams and getting to the second level. -------- 3rd rd. - Jonathan Cyprien SS/FS Cyprien is a hard hitting, hard working, talented Safety who has been shooting up draft boards & with good reason. He had an excellent Senior Bowl week & game, his play at FIU has been solid tho against a lower level of competition. He is the best Safety to ever play at FIU, leading the team in tackles (93) solo tackles (54) along with four int.s, 5 passes broken up, 3.5 tackles for loss & 1 FF. From Dane Brugler 01/22/2013 - 2013 SENIOR BOWL, MONDAY RISER: SS Jonathan Cyprien, Florida International...In a talented safety group, Florida International's Jonathan Cyprien stood out on Monday with his aggressive playing style and active demeanor. He practiced at full speed and left it all out on the field, not shying away from getting physical. Whether it was a contact drill or not, Cyprien is going to meet the ballcarrier with a pop, refusing to let up.----------------------------- 4th rd. - Duke Williams SS Nevada Williams is another very hard hitting, hard working prospect who was easily the best defensive player on Nevadas team. He has good size at 6-1, 200 lb.s & pretty good speed as well with 4.38/4.4 speed (he almost blocked a punt yesterday). He had 100 tackles,5.5 for a loss, 3 FFs & 8 passes deflected. He does have some minor off field issues, under-age possesion of alchohol & driving with a suspended license.--------- 5th rd. - Brandon McGee CB Miami - McGee is a player that was highly touted coming out of HS & has seriously under-performed since then. I don't know how much of that was his fault or some really lousy coaching before Al Golden took over at the U. He has great speed & quickness tho he is on the small side for a CB. He has had an up & down career in Miami but did have good Senior Bowl workouts & would be a very good value in the fifth. ------- 5th rd. Michael Williams TE Alabama - Another hard working blue collar type player. He is very similar to Paulsen in his size, blocking ability & Red Zone effectiveness. He is a better blocker than Paulsen & as we saw yesterday on that TD pass from Manuel he can also catch the ball. Great work ethic, attitude & if nothing else he will protect our franchise QB -- 6th rd. - Robbie Rouse RB Fresno St. There has to be a RB in any Mike Shannahan draft & this is mine. He is a small RB 5-7 190 lb.s with just average speed (4.52) but he is extremely explosive & agile. He has surprising strength, is a one cut & run type of player while still being able to weave thru defenders.------------------------------------------------------ 7th rd. Michael Mauti ILB PSU - Great player with extremely high character & intelligence. Was a major force & factor in PSU being able to overcome that POS Sandusky & have a great season. Team Captain & all of the intangibles you would want from your Defensive QB. He has major injury problems tho with two knee surgeries before the 2012 season & having to be carted off of the field after a chop block ended his season with another devastating knee injury
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