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Genuis Revealed: An accidental glimpse at the Patriots Draft Board



While cruising through the web seeing the reaction of various fans I stumbled upon a forum of Patriots fans talking (actually posting this is figure of speech). The conversation was about an interview that the Patriots coach Bill Belicheck did on the program Quick Slants Draft Special on CSN. The conversation was on how much of the draft board you could see of the Patriots in the background. One member of the forum used his DVR and wrote down the lists and the ranking next to them. The lists appear to be in order of rank in position and the rating are too help compare too other players.

QB - you couldn't see the top of the list, but I assume it was Gabbert. After that:
Locker - 8.something (not on screen)
Newton - 7.990
Mallett - 7.712
Dalton - 7.185
Ponder - 6.709
Enderle - 5.936
McElroy - 5.571
Devlin - 5.578 (yes, higher than McElroy)

OG
Watkins - can't see the score
Boling - 7.645
Moffit - 6.856
Cannon - 6.762
Carpenter - 6.546
Franklin - 6.227
Jackson - 6.012
Buren - 5.815
Schlauderaf - 5.627
Rackley - 5.549
Arkin - 5.531
Hurd - 5.039
Schilling - 5.013

C
Pouncey - 8.132
Hudson - 7.642
Wisnewski - 6.337
O'Dowd - 5.894
Beeler - 5.367
Pugh - 5.367
McMahon - 5.633 (higher than previous 2)
Kowolski - 5.548

OT
Solder - 8.481
T Smith - 8.344
Carimi - 8.281
Costonzo - 8.067
Ijalana - 7.811
Sherrod - 7.614
Love - 6.088
Ziemba - 5.991
Hairston - 5.654
Pinkston - 5.433
Reid - 5.538

DE
Dareus - 8.652
Quinn - 8.519
Jordan - 8.494
Clayborn - 8.301
Watt - 8.243
Wilkerson - 8.176
Heyward - 7.937
Bailey - 6.978
Sheard - 6.193
Reed - 6.134
Matthews - 5.542
Allen - 5.531
McPhee - 5.038
Klug - 4.227

NT
Taylor - 7.814
Austin - 6.859
Jenkins - 5.832
Neild - 5.448

DT (the scores were off the screen, so I just have the order)
Fairley - Aub
Liuget - UIl
Siliga - Utah
Ballard - Iowa
Casey - USC
Ajiboye - Scar
Nevis - LSU
Guy - AzSt
Larimore - SCar
McClaine - SFla
Parker - Richmond
Taylor - Okla
Thornton - Ark St

WR

Green - 8.782 (highest guy I could see the score of)
Jones - 8.419
T Smith - 7.978
Cobb - 7.936
V Brown - 6.077 (SDSt)
Little - 6.032
Doss - 6.015
Paul - 5.938
Young - 5.815
Toliver - 5.772
Hankerson - 5.732
Salas - 5.517

TE - couldn't see the top of the board, assume it's Randolph
Stocker - 7.327
Kendricks - 6.859
Williams - 6.056
Dial - 5.906
Gantt - 5.618
Saunders - 5.589
Green - 5.390
Housler - 5.314
Jordan Cameron - 5.131

FB
Marecic - couldn't see his score
Hughes - 5.537
Cooper - 5.315
Havili - 5.216
Chapas - 5.082
Houston - 5.045
Morse - 4.876
Sims - 4.317
Sherman - 4.236 

DB, LBs and RB were not visible


Read more: http://forums.kffl.com/threads/285534-Pats-Draft-Board#ixzz1Ksjf40xE

So this is probably a load of crap until you look at the ratings highest guys are; Pouncey - 8.132, Solder - 8.481, T Smith - 8.344, Carimi - 8.281, Costonzo - 8.067, Dareus - 8.652, Quinn - 8.519,
Jordan - 8.494, Clayborn - 8.301, Watt - 8.243, Wilkerson - 8.176, Green - 8.782, Jones - 8.419
Then remove who was taken at 17.
Solder- 8.481, Carimi- 8.281, Costonzo - 8.067, Cameron Jordon- 8.494, Clayborn- 8.301, Wilkerson- 8.176.
Then in the interview Bill was saying that this is the "deepest D-line draft in recent memory" and with many more high value guys on the board remove them for either later in the first or #33.

You get;  Solder- 8.481, Carimi- 8.281, Costonzo - 8.  Hey didn't they take Solder at 17 coincidence I don't think so...
 If this stays true than there highest guys left are; Ijalana - 7.811, T Smith - 7.978, Cobb - 7.936, Stocker - 7.327 or Randolph who is higher on board, Hudson - 7.642, Boling - 7.645, Silga is there next DT and LBs and DBs not present.
There highest then are Torey Smith and Randle Cobb both Wide receivers a position of need for the offense, throw in Akeem Ayers and Justin Houston though not shown and I wouldn't be surprised if one of those four is pick at #33 tomorrow. If this is right by tomorrow I will definitely geek out!!!
*Sorry for the post about the Patriot but I thought this was too interesting too pass up!*

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