I'm loving this pick Andrew Billings this DT gets a quick jump off the snap and is strong as @#$@ always in the backfield causing havoc. A destructive defensive lineman i can see him playing next to Aaron Donald oh man oh man that pick at 15 stay put and draft Billings if he's gone trade back and pick up extra picks.
Pretty good draft overall.. I will have to note that Noah Spence is a Top 15 talent and wont last past the Top 20 barring any circumstances, also Paxton Lynch is not ready but i get the need for a Franchise QB.. What justifies you putting Kendall Fuller & undersized Vernon Hargreaves over Mackenzie Alexander??
Now that the SuperBowl order is set the omission is complete. Well guys here is my comprehensive well researched draft lots of different views and perspective, 3 rounds is coming soon but for now enjoy my mock draft, inviting for any comments. "You heard it here 1st" Most accurate draft ever.
Great vision to identify cutback lanes at line of scrimmage and in open field
Very elusive and evades tacklers
Great spin move
Runs routes well out of backfield
Lots of experience catching the ball
Nice second gear to go distance
Breaks a good amount of tackles for his weight
Can contribute as a returner
Projects as an excellent No. 2, change-of-pace running back
Good YPC average despite weak offensive line
Won't get that much bigger without losing speed
Not very assertive between the tackles
Generally shys from contact
Not very powerful
Not going to get much done on the goal line
Weak inside runner
Mediocre in pass protection
Not an explosive or exceptional punt returner
Cuts outside far too often
Summary: Spiller profiles as a very explosive back, but isn't a No. 1 in the NFL, which isn't an entirely bad thing. He needs to work on his pass protection the most so he can really help out virtually every team on third down. With James Davis gone, he has a chance to show teams he can handle a greater workload in 2009.
Player Comparison: Reggie Bush. Both backs love to kick it outside and have the elite athleticism to make everyone miss in the open field as great home-run threats.