BK's Buczone Mock Draft Roundup: **Miami and Carolina**

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BK's Buczone Mock Draft Roundup: **Miami and Carolina**

Postby theBKwhopper » Wed Apr 25, 2018 1:15 am

I didn't want to muck up the discussion thread, so I decided to do my review and write ups here.

**MIAMI DOLPHINS**

1ST ROUND
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DENZEL WARD, CB, OSU, 5'11", 185LBS.
Although CB was not a position of need, Ward was too tempting to pass up. We believe he has elite potential and will be an immediate impact in our secondary.
Player comparison - Chris Harris Jr

2ND ROUND
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RASHEEM GREEN, DE, USC, 6'5", 275LBS.
Again, not a major need, but Green offers potential we just couldn't pass up. We'll take our time developing him, and we're confident he'll be an all-pro DE in the future.
Player comparison - Jason Pierre-Paul

3RD ROUND
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MARCELL ATEMAN, WR, OKLAHOMA ST, 6'5", 216LBS.
We were looking for a big bodied receiver who could be a threat in the red-zone and go for the deep ball. Ateman provides that potential.
Player comparison - Vincent Jackson

4TH ROUND(A
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BREELAND SPEAKS, DT, OLE MISS, 6'3", 285LBS.
BPA. Good depth on DL.
Player comparison - Ricky Jean-Francois

4TH ROUND(B
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LOGAN WOODSIDE, QUARTERBACK, TOLEDO, 6'1", 213LBS
Logan is undersized, but we love his talent. He's got a strong arm and above average accuracy. He put up great numbers at Toledo, and we'll take our time developing him to backup Ryan.
Player comparison - Russell Wilson because I can't think of anyone else.



**CAROLINA PANTHERS**

1ST ROUND
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ARDEN KEY, EDGE, LSU, 6'5", 250LBS.
We needed help on the edge, and we got it in Arden. Though, there are a lot of questions surrounding him, we are confident he's matured and re-devoted himself to football.
Player comparison - Willie Young

2ND ROUND
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MICHAEL GALLUP, WR, COLORADO ST, 6'1", 205LBS.
Desperate for some play makers, we picked up Michael to add some speed and a deep threat. He has great hands and sound route running ability. We expect him to only get better in the NFL with Cam throwing him the ball.
Player comparison - Nelson Agholor

3RD ROUND(A
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ROYCE FREEMAN, RB, OREGON, 6'0", 230LBS.
In need of a running back after letting go of Jonathan Stewart, We snatched up Freeman. He will pair up nicely with Christian. He can play all three downs and will be our primary goal line back.
Player Comparison - D'Onta Foreman

3RD ROUND(B
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JEFF HOLLAND, EDGE, AUBURN, 6'3, 250LBS.
Holland is a little undersized, but his tape speaks for itself. He plays hard and relentless. He'll provide solid depth on the edge and play a little LB, as well.
Player comparison - Hau'oli Kikaha

I feel both of my teams are significantly better than they were before the draft. Miami built more for the future, while Carolina went for some players that would provide an immediate impact. Both teams balanced their picks between offense and defense.Carolina drafted two edge players that can provide versatility in different schemes. I'm pretty satisfied considering I did very little research this year. It's been fun guys! Now on to the real NFL draft on Thursday!
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Re: BK's Buczone Mock Draft Roundup: **Miami and Carolina**

Postby Cheb » Wed Apr 25, 2018 7:34 am

Jeff Holland is underrated. I feel he is going to be a good pro.
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Re: BK's Buczone Mock Draft Roundup: **Miami and Carolina**

Postby Heidguy » Wed Apr 25, 2018 9:33 am

Cheb wrote:Jeff Holland is underrated. I feel he is going to be a good pro.


If anybody in the NFC south gets sensei (his nickname at AU) I'll be pissed! Dude is relentless on the field.
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Re: BK's Buczone Mock Draft Roundup: **Miami and Carolina**

Postby theBKwhopper » Wed Apr 25, 2018 9:23 pm

Cheb wrote:Jeff Holland is underrated. I feel he is going to be a good pro.

Completely agree. The dude is pretty exciting to watch when you give him the chance.
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