The Experience Draftees

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  1. Masler

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    The Experience

    This is a new form of content in which I will upload the current draft class and see where our players get drafted. As time goes on in the Draft Class league (which will be basically sim a season, draft and repeat) I will follow each player to see how they are doing. Once I pick up Madden tonight I will immediately do this!

    EDIT: Instead of me following every player, since this amount is more than expected, if any coach wants an update, let me know.
     
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  2. Masler

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    2014 NFL Draft

    (S) = Starter​
    Round 1

    Pick #3 - Miami Dolphins select QB Taylor Martinez - Nebraska - 76 Overall

    Pick #5 - Oakland Raiders select QB C.J. Brown - Maryland - 74 Overall (S)

    Pick #8 - Tennessee Titans select LT Taylor Lewan - Michigan - 83 Overall (S)

    Pick #9 - Denver Broncos select ROLB Denicos Allen - Michigan State - 78 Overall

    Pick #10 - Buffalo Bills select RT Trevor Foy - Purdue - 79 Overall (S)

    Pick #21 - Dallas Cowboys select QB Kain Colter - Northwestern - 76 Overall

    Pick #23 - New York Giants select QB Nathan Scheelhaase - Illinois - 72 Overall

    Pick #28 - Baltimore Ravens select WR Tony Lippett - Michigan State - 73 Overall

    Round 2

    Pick #1 - Philadelphia Eagles select CB Ciante Evans - Nebraska - 78 Overall

    Pick #4 - Arizona Cardinals select WR Jared Abbrederis - Wisconsin - 76 Overall (S)

    Pick #5 - Oakland Raiders select TE Jacob Pedersen - Wisconsin - 75 Overall (S)

    Pick #21 - Tennessee Titans select QB Rob Henry - Purdue - 72 Overall

    Pick #22 - Jacksonville Jaguars select C Cole Pensick - Nebraska - 76 Overall (S)

    Round 3

    Pick #13 - San Francisco 49ers select SS Thomas Gordon - Michigan - 78 overall

    Pick #15 - Green Bay Packers select TE C.J. Fiedorowicz - Iowa - 73 Overall

    Round 4

    Pick #24 - Seattle Seahawks select RG Spencer Long - Nebraska - 82 Overall

    Round 5

    Pick #6 - Jacksonville Jaguars select TE Ted Bolser - Indiana - 71 Overall (S)

    Pick #13 - Tampa Bay Buccaneers select CB Darqueze Dennard - Michigan State - 72 Overall

    Pick #14 - Philadelphia Eagles select FS Dezmen Southward - Wisconsin - 68 Overall

    Pick #20 - Atlanta Falcons select ROLB Jonathan Brown - Illinois - 74 Overall

    Pick #22 - Jacksonville Jaguars select DT Ethan Hemer - Wisconsin - 75 Overall

    Pick #27 - New Orleans Saints select MLB Max Bullough - Michigan State - 70 Overall

    Pick #32 - San Francisco 49ers select MLB Glenn Carson - Penn State - 69 Overall

    Round 6

    Pick #11 - Indianapolis Colts select LOLB Christian Kirksey - Iowa - 69 Overall

    Pick #12 - Carolina Panthers select LE Brennen Beyer - Michigan - 67 Overall

    Round 7

    Pick #2 - Cleveland Browns select HB James White - Wisconsin - 70 Overall

    Pick #3 - Miami Dolphins select LG Ryan Groy - Wisconsin - 74 Overall

    Pick #21 - Denver Broncos select SS Greg Heban - Indiana - 70 Overall

    Pick #22 - Jacksonville Jaguars select WR Jeremy Gallon - Michigan - 72 Overall

    Pick #26 - Minnesota Vikings select HB Venric Mark - Northwestern - 66 Overall

    Pick #29 - Cincinnati Bengals select ROLB Anthony Hitchens - Iowa - 69 Overall

    Pick #30 - New York Giants select MLB Chris Borland - Wisconsin - 68 Overall


    Other Interesting Notes from Draft/2014 Season

    • San Francisco 49ers won Super Bowl XLVIII
    • Russell Wilson won MVP
    • Braxton Miller was the #1 overall pick of the draft - He went to the Rams and is 82 Overall.
    • Mr. Irrelevant (Round 7 Pick 32 for those of you unfamiliar) was WVU RG Pat Eger to the 49ers and actually turned out to be 78 overall with some decent blocking skills. How's that for Irrelevant?
    • Several players were above 70 overall but only 7 of them were actually in a starting position.
     
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  3. abolishthefed

    abolishthefed Specializing in mediocrity

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    Round 6 / Pick 16 shows Kenny Bell as being drafted, but he's still on my team.
     
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  4. dakota7

    dakota7 Former Blue Chip Recruit

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    The NCAA will be investigating that.
     
  5. Masler

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    There were two James Whites but one wasn't from Wisconsin. Wonder if whoever made the roster changed some things. Pretty sure there is only one James White in CFB right now
     
  6. Fmode11

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    Glad to see former Penn State MLB Glen Carson won a ring in his rookie season with the 49'ers. Curious if he picked up any PT while on the roster Masler . Not an immediate need but next time you fire it up I would be curious. He was a high 88-90 rated player in CFB, interesting he was only a 69 in the NFL.
     
  7. dakota7

    dakota7 Former Blue Chip Recruit

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    Awareness drops quite a bit on the rookies. Really lowers their overall.
     
  8. Fmode11

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    He was the only bag of dicks to get drafted from a piss poor team... good riddance
     
  9. dakota7

    dakota7 Former Blue Chip Recruit

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    I have a friend who sometimes references "a bag of smashed assholes", but I've never heard a "bag of dicks."
     
  10. Fmode11

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    I think it's a cycling term. When we do group rides we reference dropping people back off the main group that can't keep up as "bag of dicks"... "I'll drop you like a bag of dicks". I have no clue how or why it's used, but is a very popular saying.
     
  11. Hova

    Hova Live Action. YiYiYi!

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    Last time I knew ratings in madden rookies have absolutely no correlation to NCAA ratings. All completely random.
     
  12. Masler

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    Well he hasn't played yet...he was just drafted in 2014 and I haven't simmed that season yet.
     
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  13. Masler

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    They don't seem too horribly off for Rookies though.
     
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  15. UofCWildcat

    UofCWildcat Bear Down!

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    Whaaaaatt? Kain Colter a first round 76 overall... I see....
     
  16. Masler

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    You expected better?
     
  17. UofCWildcat

    UofCWildcat Bear Down!

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    I thought he'd be at best a 5th rounder
     
  18. bigrice25

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    Wow... CJ Brown #5 to Oakland..... hopefully they dont ruine him...
     
  19. Masler

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    This will not be happening this year as I forgot to save the draft class................if anyone for whatever reason did. Let me know.
     

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