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MockOne #1 – Round 5

5.01 (132) Carolina Panthers: DeAndre Brown, WR – Southern Mississippi
5.02 (133) Buffalo Bills: Jerrell Powe, DT – Mississippi
5.03 (134) Cincinnati Bengals: Lee Ziemba, T/G – Auburn
5.04 (135) Kansas City Chiefs(f/DEN/TB): Ian Williams, DT – Notre Dame
5.05 (136) Arizona Cardinals: Chris Hairston, OT – Clemson
5.06 (137) Cleveland Browns: Lance Kendricks, TE – Wisconsin
5.07 (138) Houston Texans: Luke Stocker, TE – Tennessee
5.08 (139) Jacksonville Jaguars (From Min): Deunta Williams, S – UNC
5.09 (140) Kansas City Chiefs(f/DET): Greg Salas, WR - Hawaii
5.10 (141) Washington Redskins (From SF): Mark LeGree, FS – App St.
5.11 (142) New Orleans Saints (From Ten): Lawrence Wilson, OLB – UConn
5.12 (143) Cincinnati Bengals (f/DAL): Ahmad Black, S - Florida
5.13 (144) Washington Redskins: Delone Carter, RB Syracuse
5.14 (145) St. Louis Rams: Stephen Schilling, OG, Michigan
5.15 (146) Miami Dolphins: Cortez Allen, CB, Citadel
5.16 (147) Jacksonville Jaguars: Chris Culliver, S – South Carolina
5.17 (148) San Fransisco 49’ers (From Oak): Jeremy Beal, OLB
5.18 (149) Philadelphia Eagles(f/SD): Pat Devlin, QB – Delaware
5.19 (150) Jacksonville Jaguars (From Min)(f/NYG): Ronald Johnson, WR - USC
5.20 (151) New Orleans Saints (From Mia via TB): Pierre Allen, DE Nebraska
5.21 (152) Indianapolis Colts: Sione Fua, DT Stanford
5.22 (153) Philadelphia Eagles: Anthony Allen, RB – GT
5.23 (154) Detroit Lions(f/KC): Buster Skrine, CB – Tenn Chat
5.24 (155) Washington Redskins(f/NO): Jordan Cameron, TE – USC
5.25 (156) Seattle Seahawks: Korey Lindsey, CB – Southern Illinois
5.26 (157) Seattle Seahawks(f/BAL): Terrance Toliver, WR – LSU
5.27 (158) Atlanta Falcons: Martin Parker, DL – Richmond
5.28 (159) New England Patriots:  David Mims, OT – Virginia Union
5.29 (160) San Francisco (From Was via Chi): Graig Cooper, RB – Miami
5.30 (161) New York Jets: Dane Sanzenbacher, WR – OSU
5.31 (162) Pittsburgh Steelers: Shiloh Keo, SS – Idaho
5.32 (163)Miami Dolphins (From GB) : Julius Thomas, TE – Portland St.
5.33 (164) Baltimore Ravens(comp): Justin Rogers, CB – Richmond
5.34 (165) Baltimore Ravens(comp): Jeron Johnson, S – Boise St.

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Comments on: "MockOne #1 – Round 5" (8)

  1. Gentlemen,

    Looking for value here, the Panthers are thrilled to select WR Deandre Brown. Although concerns arose regarding his attitude and injury troubles, we felt that he was one of the greatest athletes left in the draft. At 6’6 and 240 pounds, Deandre has the size to really excel in this league. A project, no doubt, however over time, we believe Deandre can turn into a legitimate number 1 WR.

    Justin Occhionero
    GM, Carolina Panthers

  2. With the 15th pick in the 5th round, the Dolphins select Cortez Allen, CB, Citadel. Having addressed our primary needs, we felt that taking a cornerback to add to our strong stable was our best move. Allen has good size and speed for the position, and with a little polish could become a fantastic defensive back in the NFL. We value his experience and his alma mater, having played four full seasons at Citadel. We are thrilled to add him to our strong secondary.

  3. The Dolphins made a move back into the 5th round, swapping 6.14 for 5.32 with the Green Bay Packers and adding a 2012 7th rounder. With the 32nd pick in the draft, the Dolphins select Julius Thomas, TE, Portland State. Reiterating what we said earlier in the draft, one of our goals was to get more athletic at the tight end position. With D.J. Williams and now Thomas, we have realized that goal. Thomas is an immensely talented tight end and, although he is raw and has only played football for a short amount of time, we feel he could develop into the next Antonio Gates or Tony Gonzalez. With Anthony Fasano, Williams, and Thomas in the fold the tight end position should be one of great strength for the Dolphins for years to come.

  4. Redskins said:

    Gentlemen,

    The only way to sum this is up is to arrest us. Getting Jordan Cameron at 155 overall is a major steal. Tight end was not a position we wanted to get in this draft but his slide was too great to pass up on. He will be an impact in a few years because of his great upside. We needed a free safety and Mark LeGree will bring his 22 career INTs to Washington where we expect him to be a future starter and standout on special teams. After taking Jones we debated whether or not to take Delone Carter but his value was simply too great to pass up on and now solidifies our backfield with years to come since we were able to get Jones’ compliment.

    Sincerely,

    Redskins GM

  5. The Bengals added OT/G Lee Ziemba of Auburn and S Ahmad Black of Florida. Two high character players from winning programs.
    Ziemba will have a chance to compete for the starting LG spot while also backup RT.
    Black is a bargain player at this point. He will come in with fellow rookie Safety Jaiquawn Jarrett and back up veterans Chris Crocker and Reggie Nelson. The safety position has been neglected for years and now is getting some youth injected into it.

  6. With pick 5.06, the Browns are shocked to find the 2nd TE on our board still available, and despite arguably bigger needs, we feel the value here is too good to ignore, and ultimately, we’re building a football program here. Ben Watson has been around a bit now and Evan Moore is more WR than TE. Lance Kendricks, from Wisconsin, is an athletic prospect and can be an outstanding player in the West Coast Offense.

  7. @RumfordJohnny said:

    With the # 5.27 pick, the Falcons add Shrine game standout and versatile DL, Martin Parker of Richmond. Parker has pass rush ability and could be someone they use as a DT or DE in the 4-3 scheme.

  8. With the 2nd pick in this round we could not pass up on Powe. The Bills desperately need to get better against the run and a 6′ 2″ 335LB man who recorded 8.5 tackles for a loss while being double teamed the majority of the time seems like great value in the 5th round. We believe he fits a need and feel like we got a huge discount getting him in the 5th round.

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