Wow...this game put them in the top 4?!
Round 1 Pick 1 (HOU): Johnny Manziel, QB, Texas A&M
Round 1 Pick 2 (STL): Anthony Barr, OLB, UCLA
Round 1 Pick 3 (CLE): Hasean Clinton-Dix, FS, Alabama
Round 1 Pick 4 (JAX): Blake Bortles, QB, Central Florida
My picks and why:
Round 1 Pick 5: Jadeveon Clowney, DE, South Carolina (A) - I think if he is there which everyone feels he will not be you have to take a chance on him. With real no nonsense guys in front of him like Tuck & Woodley, he will have no choice but to work hard and play all out.
Round 2 Pick 8 (MINN): Jordan Matthews, WR, Vanderbilt (B) - Has everything you're looking for in a receiver (size, speed, skills, great head on his shoulders, work ethic. When you look at his overall game he probably should be ranked higher than what he is.
Round 3 Pick 3: David Fales, QB, San Jose State (D) - I think Reggie Mckenzie listens to his QB Coach and takes a chance on Fales in this round, Top prospects that develop in your own backyard need to be picked by us (i.e: Aaron Rodgers) Don't Sleep on this kid!
Round 4 Pick 7: Dion Bailey, FS, Southern California (B+) - Instinctive player, he always finds a way to make a tackle on the receiver or makes a play to intercept it. Charles Woodson would definitely elevate his level of competency and play under his leadership.
Round 7 Pick 4: Andre Hal, CB, Vanderbilt (B-) - Probably benefited from having a great free safety in Kenny Ladler but a solid corner nonetheless once he gets use to the defensive system we run. Good closer outside of the WR running a great route, a poor mans playmaker in the late rounds.
Round 7 Pick 9 (BUF): Colt Lyerla, TE, Oregon (A) - High Risk -High reward even this late in the draft. If you have enough leadership around him to keep him focused on football and hammer home real core values he'll turnout to be a pro bowler.
Round 7 Pick 10 (CAR): Danny Kistler Jr, OT, Montana (D) Hard working small school prospect with Good size and desent skills at the position.
Round 7 Pick 20: Walt Aikens, CB, Liberty (B+) - Fearless small school playmaker that can do it all, plays with a lot of energy and could possibly come in and contribute right away.
Round 7 Pick 32: Ken Bishop, DT, Northern Illinois (D) - Hard workin high production kind of player, Mckenzie Loves these guys cause they play bevcause they really love the sport. Rotate him in behind McGee and watch him go to work.