Walter, I love the Mike Williams mock to the Cowboys at #30. I have a couple problems with it though. 1.) What makes you think that Williams will fall to 30? I'm sure you have watched some of the Clemson film. A 6'3, 220 lbs wide receiver with speed and the ability to fight and win 50/50 balls like Williams is very valuable in today's pass heavy NFL. 2.) It's hard for me to believe that there will be 2 WR's in the first round to compared 11 DB's. Over the last three drafts there has been 21 DB's compared to 15 WR's taken in the first. So unless you believe this is the best DB class ever, I don't see the ratio being 11 to 2.
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Matt Weller, K, Ohio
Height: 6-0. Weight: 203. Projected Round (2013): 7-FA. 3/9/13: Weller's accuracy remained shaky in 2012. The senior was 23-of-31 this season. He had three misses against Norfolk State. Weller's leg strength caused him to attempt longer kicks, but he needs to kick well in the team workouts.
9/3/12: Weller was good on 25-of-34 attempts as junior last season. He made 11 of 14 field goal attempts in 2010, including a long of 51 yards. It was a disappointing season after a strong freshman campaign that saw him make 21 of 29 field goals. Weller needs to show better accuracy to get drafted in 2013.