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1 (1) Texans Reggie Bush* RB USC
GM Charley Casserly is doing everything he can to create negotiating leverage with Bush's agents. First, he dangled OT D'Brickashaw Ferguson and QB Vince Young as options at No. 1; now, it's Mario Williams. It's all a charade. New coach Gary Kubiak needs an impact offensive player to make his system work and take pressure off QB David Carr. Unless his agents overplay their hand, Bush will be the No. 1 pick.

2 (2) Saints D'Brickashaw Ferguson T Va.
The Saints could go in any direction here, but the most likely scenario is for them to trade down. If the Saints stay put, GM Mickey Loomis won't take Williams. New Orleans has solid pass rushers in Will Smith and Charles Grant. The Saints could, however, solidify an offensive line that has lost center LeCharles Bentley and guard Kendyl Jacox. The story about moving Jamaal Brown to left tackle is a smokescreen. Look for the Saints to plug Ferguson in at left tackle, keep Brown at right tackle and let the two studs anchor their line for the next 10 years.

3 (3) Titans Mario Williams* DE NC State
We can hear the critics now, "Are you crazy? There's no way Matt Leinart slips past the Titans." We know Norm Chow's history with Leinart, but we are told he is losing the internal debate at Titans headquarters and that Tennessee will take Williams or Ferguson here. Williams has great size and speed and is the perfect complement to elite pass rusher Kyle Vanden Bosch.

4 (4) Jets Matt Leinart QB USC
Can you imagine the boos that will rain down at Radio City Music Hall if Leinart is on the board and the Jets don't take him? New coach Eric Mangini and GM Mike Tannenbaum probably don't care about the boo birds, and their top priority probably is to trade down and add picks. Leinart would be a smart pick because of Chad Pennington's questionable health and Patrick Ramsey's questionable skill. Leinart doesn't have the strongest arm, but neither does Tom Brady, and Leinart compares favorably to the three-time Super Bowl champ on several measures.

5 (5) Packers Vernon Davis* TE Maryland
Whether it is Brett Favre or Aaron Rodgers, the Packers’ quarterback needs another reliable target. Davis is the best pure receiver in this draft, regardless of position. Plus, Bubba Franks always is banged up.

6 (6) 49ers Haloti Ngata* DT Oregon
The Niners have Anthony Adams (5-11, 297) at nose tackle and obviously need more size there. Ngata (6-4, 338) has the size and quickness to make an immediate impact on the interior of the Niners’ 3-4 alignment.

7 (7) Raiders Vince Young* QB Texas
Here's the deal in Oakland. All but one member of the Raiders organization prefers Southern Cal OT Winston Justice. That one dissenting opinion, Al Davis, is the only one that matters. Davis wants Young and might trade up to No. 4 (Jets) to make sure he gets him. The Raiders signed Aaron Brooks to a two-year deal, so that would give Young time to develop and create an opening for him when he proves ready.

8 (8) Bills Brodrick Bunkley DT Florida St.
New defensive coordinator Perry Fewell was with Lovie Smith in St. Louis and Chicago. He is installing the Tampa-2 scheme and needs a Warren Sapp-type player for his 4-3 front. Bunkley is quick and athletic, and he can collapse the pocket from the interior.

9 (9) Lions A.J. Hawk OLB Ohio St.
The Lions need an upgrade on the weak side. Hawk has the speed and athletic ability to rush the passer, make tackles in pursuit against the run and drop into coverage. He is a complete player who can step in and contribute to a strong unit led by Teddy Lehman and Boss Bailey.

10 (10) Cardinals Winston Justice* T USC
For all the complaints about the lack of a running game and their quarterbacks’ shortcomings, the Cardinals’ big problem is their line. Justice could step in for Oliver Ross at right tackle, his natural position, and give Kurt Warner and Edgerrin James the protection they need.

11 (11) Rams Michael Huff S Texas
This is the dream scenario for St. Louis. The only way Detroit passes on Huff is if Hawk slides. The Rams must replace Adam Archuleta, and Huff would be a significant upgrade. Huff has excellent size and speed, is willing to support the run, has great man-to-man coverage skills and has outstanding instincts and range in zone coverage. He is the perfect free safety.

12 (12) Browns Manny Lawson OLB NC State
Every NFL team using a 3-4 defensive scheme projects Lawson as a standup outside linebacker, a la Lawrence Taylor. Lawson has outstanding size and speed and can rush the passer; he had 17 sacks the past two seasons. Although Lawson played end in college, he also can drop into coverage. A rare athlete, Lawson is flying up draft boards and could be a key to the Browns' defensive success.

13 (13) Ravens Jimmy Williams CB Va. Tech
Many scouts toy with the idea of moving Williams to safety. He has the size to make the move, and his speed will help him cover ground in the deep middle and use his playmaking skills.

14 (14) Eagles Santonio Holmes* WR Ohio St.
The Eagles have three tall receivers (Reggie Brown, Todd Pinkston, Jabar Gaffney) to complement Holmes (5-10, 179). Holmes has excellent speed and leaping ability and can return punts and kicks, another area of need in Philly.

15 (15) Broncos Chad Jackson* WR Florida
(from Atlanta) Scouts say Jackson looks like a young Rod Smith, so he might as well learn from the old man Smith, who turns 36 in May. Jackson is big, tall and fast. The Broncos also have needs at defensive end and safety, but there is a significant dropoff in the caliber of wide receivers after Holmes and Jackson.

16 (16) Dolphins Tye Hill CB Clemson
Coach Nick Saban has a strong pass rush but needs a man-to-man cornerback to maximize the defense's potential. Hill lacks ideal size but makes up for it with impressive speed and change-of-direction skills. He is the best bump-and-run cornerback in the draft.

17 (17) Vikings Jay Cutler QB Vandy
Incumbent Brad Johnson turns 38 in September, and backup Mike McMahon was a disaster as an emergency starter in Detroit and Philadelphia. Third-string J.T. O’Sullivan has little NFL playing experience. If Cutler is available, new coach Brad Childress will pluck his quarterback of the future now.

18 (18) Cowboys Kamerion Wimbley OLB Florida St.
When Bill Parcells coached the Giants, he drafted Carl Banks a year after taking Lawrence Taylor. Parcells could repeat the exercise by drafting Wimbley a year after Demarcus Ware. Wimbley is moving up many teams' draft boards, and his speed and versatility would create opportunities for Ware.

19 (19) Chargers Antonio Cromartie* CB Florida St.
The trade of Sammy Davis left the Chargers with only two cornerbacks, Quentin Jammer and Drayton Florence. At the least, Cromartie can be an immediate nickel back and develop into a starter.

20 (20) Chiefs Johnathan Joseph* CB S. Carolina
Joseph has good size and blazing speed. He will make plays on the ball, which Herman Edwards stresses in his defenses. He also returns punts and kicks.

21 (21) Patriots Chad Greenway OLB Iowa
The Patriots need an outside linebacker with speed to rush off the edge and the toughness to make plays against the run. Greenway didn't perform particularly well in pre-draft workouts, but he always is around the ball. He never stops hustling, a key trait for coach Bill Belichick.

22 (22) 49ers Bobby Carpenter OLB Ohio St.
(from Washington through Denver) With the departure of free-agent outside linebackers Andre Carter and Julian Peterson, the Niners have a dire need at the position. They need playmakers who can rush the passer, fill gaps against the run and drop into coverage. Carpenter is a complete player with good intelligence and instincts. He is fully recovered from breaking a leg in November. He is tough and loves football.

23 (23) Buccaneers Ernie Sims* OLB Florida St.
Bucs coaches love Sims' speed and playmaking ability and see him as the next Derrick Brooks. Defensive coordinator Monte Kiffin's scheme doesn't require much size at middle linebacker, so Sims could start there in '06 and slide to the weak side when Brooks, who is entering his 12th season, moves on.

24 (24) Bengals Nick Mangold C Ohio St.
Rich Braham, 35, is nearing the end of his career. Mangold could take over quickly as the line-caller to help protect QB Carson Palmer as he returns from a knee injury.

25 (25) Giants DeMeco Ryans OLB Alabama
The Giants were decimated by injuries at linebacker in ’05, exposing their lack of depth. They would love to get Carpenter here, but Ryans is smart, has a great work ethic and has experience at all three linebacker spots.

26 (26) Bears Davin Joseph G Oklahoma
Lovie Smith's Bears don't attempt to trick the defense. They come at you running the ball, and Joseph is the No. 1 run blocker in the draft.

27 (27) Panthers DeAngelo Williams RB Memphis
Yes, the Panthers have DeShaun Foster and like Eric Shelton. Foster has a long history of injuries, and Shelton missed his rookie season with a broken foot. The Panthers might go for an offensive tackle here, but not unless it’s a good value.

28 (28) Jaguars Jason Allen S Tennessee
Allen, who missed much of last season with a hip problem, is healthy, fast and makes plays on the ball. He can help an aging Jaguars secondary at safety or cornerback.

29 (29) Jets Eric Winston T Miami (FL)
(from Denver) It won't matter who plays quarterback if the Jets don't fix their dysfunctional offensive line. Adrian Jones and Marko Cavka are undersized and have 16 NFL starts between them. Winston is extremely athletic and has the strength to hold his ground against bigger defenders.

30 (30) Colts LenDale White* RB USC
White had a disastrous postseason and could fall deep into the second round if the Colts pass on him here. White is a big, physical runner who also is a viable receiver and would fill a need for Indianapolis. Coach Tony Dungy and GM Bill Polian have a history of getting good production from players with questionable character.

31 (31) Seahawks Ashton Youboty* CB Ohio St.
The Seahawks' one glaring weakness is the lack of a shutdown cornerback opposite Marcus Trufant. Youboty is fast, athletic and has good size. He makes plays on the ball and could develop into an elite player.

32 (32) Steelers Donte Whitner* S Ohio St.
The departure of Chris Hope makes free safety a pressing need, and Whitner can play cornerback or either safety spot. He shows great range in zone coverage and can play man-to-man in nickel and dime sets.

1 (33) Texans Mathias Kiwanuka DE Boston Coll.
Once thought to be a possible top-10 pick, Kiwanuka could slip further than this because scouts question his passion for the game. Still, he has great pass-rush skills and was outstanding in college. He could help the Texans immediately as a wave rusher.

2 (34) Saints Thomas Howard OLB UTEP
Howard is slipped down draft boards not because of anything he did or didn’t do but because NFL 3-4 schemes convert college ends into standup linebackers. Howard has the speed and playmaking ability to be a first-round pick.

3 (35) Jets Laurence Maroney* RB Minnesota
It's time to pick up Curtis Martin's replacement. Maroney has the speed to be an outside threat and the size and toughness to fight for yards inside. He would be a great value if he falls into the second round.

4 (36) Packers Max Jean-Gilles G Georgia
Jean-Gilles plays with a mean streak and is an aggressive run blocker. He would be a high value pick at No. 36.

5 (37) Broncos Ko Simpson* S S. Carolina
(from San Francisco) Free safety John Lynch turns 35 in September, and Nick Ferguson is not the long-term solution at strong safety. The Broncos' inability to defend the pass in the AFC Championship Game cost them a chance at the Super Bowl. If they don’t take a safety here, a defensive end is a viable option.

6 (38) Raiders Taitusi Lutui G USC
Lutui moved up draft boards after a fantastic showing at Southern Cal's on-campus workout. He has great size and athleticism and would allow Langston Walker to move back to his natural position, tackle.

7 (39) Titans Andrew Whitworth T LSU
If the Titans don't get D'Brickashaw Ferguson at the top of Round 1, they will take a tackle here. Whitworth is moving up draft boards because of his athletic prowess. He is 330 pounds with a 30-inch vertical jump and a 5.15-second 40-yard dash.

8 (40) Lions John McCargo* DT NC State
New coach Rod Marinelli is installing the Tampa-2 defense. The system requires a quick and strong defensive tackle who can make plays in the backfield. McCargo, who lacks ideal size, is charging up draft boards because of his quickness and explosiveness off the snap.

9 (41) Cardinals Brodie Croyle QB Alabama
If coach Dennis Green passes on a quarterback in Round 1, he certainly will take one here. Kurt Warner turns 35 in June and hasn't been healthy enough to play a full season since 2001. Croyle has a strong arm and outstanding leadership qualities, which will allow him to contribute sooner than later in the NFL.

10 (42) Bills Joe Klopfenstein TE Colorado
The Bills signed Robert Royal in free agency, but he is not much of a receiving threat. Klopfenstein is a blue-collar worker with great size, great hands and good blocking technique.

11 (43) Browns Gabe Watson DT Michigan
Watson would be the perfect two-gap defensive tackle for Cleveland's scheme. Watson (6-3, 336) isn't fast or quick, but he is big, strong and can fill gaps and occupy blockers. He lacks tenacity but could be great in the right system.

12 (44) Ravens Tamba Hali DE Penn State
Hali didn't perform well in pre-draft workouts, but he plays faster than he runs. He was one of the most productive pass rushers in college and could contribute immediately as a wave rusher.

13 (45) Eagles Dusty Dvoracek DT Oklahoma
The Eagles lack size and bulk in the middle of their defensive line, especially since dumping DT Corey Simon last year. Dvoracek is intense and uses quickness to pierce the line and disrupt plays in the backfield.

14 (46) Rams Marcedes Lewis TE UCLA
The Rams need a two-way tight end with the strength to block in the running game and the receiving skills to make plays in the middle of the field. Lewis has good hands and runs good routes, and he has the size to create mismatches.

15 (47) Falcons Kelly Jennings CB Miami (FL)
DeAngelo Hall is a great cornerback, but the depth chart otherwise is lacking at the position. Jennings must be more physical but is at his best in man-to-man coverage.

16 (48) Vikings Richard Marshall* CB Fresno St.
The Vikings need a nickel back now behind starters Antoine Winfield and Fred Smoot. Marshall has excellent speed and good man-to-man skills. He could be a starter down the road.

17 (49) Cowboys Darnell Bing* S USC
Bing has good speed, athleticism, range and ball skills. He would allow SS Roy Williams to play closer to the line.

18 (50) Chargers Rocky McIntosh OLB Miami (FL)
In their 3-4 defense, the Chargers need linebackers who can run to the ball and make plays. Steve Foley and Randall Godfrey have been around forever, and Donnie Edwards is on the trading block. McIntosh is an excellent player with good speed and tackling ability if he can stay focused on football.

19 (51) Vikings Tony Scheffler TE W. Michigan
(from Miami) New coach Brad Childress needs a tight end to run the seam, a la L.J. Smith when he was the offensive coordinator in Philadelphia. Scheffler is a productive receiver and would be a good fit.

20 (52) Patriots Derek Hagan WR Arizona St.
The knock on Hagan has been a lack of speed, but he squashed that issue in pre-draft workouts. Deion Branch has been limited by injuries, Troy Brown is almost 35 and newly signed Reche Caldwell is a career underachiever. Hagan is polished, has good hands and could contribute right away.

21 (53) Redskins DeMario Minter CB Georgia
Shawn Springs and Carlos Rogers are fine starters, but the team needs a third good cornerback to combat the Giants, Cowboys and Eagles twice a season. Minter is tall, has a lot of experience and doesn't make big mistakes.

22 (54) Chiefs Charlie Whitehurst QB Clemson
With the departure of Todd Collins, Damon Huard currently is the backup. Huard is a 10-year vet but has thrown only one pass the past five years. Whitehurst's draft status is hindered by a shoulder injury, but when healthy he shows a strong arm, good technique and excellent poise. He would be a great value at No. 54.

23 (55) Bengals Tim Jennings CB Georgia
Seems as if every NFL team needs a nickel back. Jennings lacks size but has outstanding speed and body control to make plays on the ball.

24 (56) Giants Orien Harris DT Miami (FL)
The Giants must replace NT Kendrick Clancy in the middle of the line. Harris has the strength to hold his ground inside as a run stuffer but also has the quickness to pressure the quarterback.

25 (57) Bears D'Qwell Jackson ILB Maryland
Jackson played inside in college but lacks the size to play there in the NFL, but he could be a good fit at outside linebacker in Chicago's Tampa-2 scheme. Jackson has outstanding athleticism and playmaking ability.

26 (58) Panthers Leonard Pope* TE Georgia
Pope is not the most athletic tight end in this draft, but he has tremendous size and sure hands, making him an excellent red zone and short-yardage target.

27 (59) Buccaneers Ryan O'Callaghan T Cal
Kenyatta Walker might be done in Tampa, and the Bucs certainly must keep Chris Simms upright because nobody wants to see backup quarterbacks Tim Rattay and/or Luke McCown play. O'Callahan is moving up draft boards because he is 340 pounds with outstanding athletic ability.

28 (60) Jaguars Joseph Addai RB LSU
Fred Taylor, at times, can be an elite back but always is nursing an injury. Greg Jones is more of a fullback, so the Jaguars could use Addai's speed and explosiveness.

29 (61) Broncos Darryl Tapp DE Va. Tech
Tapp didn't do well in pre-draft workouts, but he plays faster than he runs. A productive college player, Tapp shows good fundamentals and a great work ethic.

30 (62) Colts Charles Spencer G Pitt
The Colts must upgrade the interior of the line because Jake Scott, a natural tackle, is playing out of position and Ryan Lilja is limited. Spencer is quick and agile and has good power at the point of attack. He was great at the Senior Bowl, impressing coaches and scouts.

31 (63) Seahawks Sinorice Moss WR Miami (FL)
The Seahawks have plenty of receivers, but none can stretch the field like Moss. Though he is only 5-8, Moss is tenacious and strong. Plus, he is a dangerous return man.

32 (64) Steelers Maurice Stovall WR Notre Dame
The Steelers have lost Plaxico Burress and Antwaan Randle El in the past two offseasons, and Hines Ward is entering his ninth season. The Steelers must start re-stocking their receiving corps. Stovall is a blue-collar type who has experience in a pro-style offense thanks to playing under Charlie Weis

1 (65) Texans Marcus McNeill T Auburn

2 (66) Texans Daniel Bullocks S Nebraska
(from New Orleans)

3 (67) Packers Brian Calhoun* RB Wis.

4 (68) Broncos Rodrique Wright DT Texas
(from San Francisco

5 (69) Raiders Claude Wroten DT LSU

6 (70) Bills Daryn Colledge T Boise St.
(from Tennessee)

7 (71) Jets Greg Eslinger C Minnesota

8 (72) Cardinals Jon Alston OLB Stanford

9 (73) Bills Travis Wilson WR Oklahoma

10 (74) Lions Pat Watkins S Florida St.

11 (75) Patriots Devin Hester* CB Miami (FL)
(from Baltimore)

12 (76) Eagles Jonathan Scott T Texas

13 (77) Rams Mark Anderson DE Alabama

14 (78) Browns Barry Cofield DT N'western

15 (79) Falcons James Wyche DE Syracuse
(from Denver)

16 (80) Cowboys Alan Zemaitis CB Penn State

17 (81) Chargers Fred Matua* G USC

18 (82) Dolphins Gerris Wilkinson OLB Georgia Tech

19 (83) Vikings Jonathan Lewis DT Va. Tech

20 (84) 49ers David Thomas TE Texas
(from Washington)

21 (85) Chiefs Victor Adeyanju DE Indiana

22 (86) Patriots Jeremy Trueblood T Boston Coll.

23 (87) Giants Paul McQuistan T Weber State

24 (88) Panthers Cedric Griffin CB Texas
(from Chicago)

25 (89) Panthers Greg Blue S Georgia

26 (90) Buccaneers Bernard Pollard* S Purdue

27 (91) Bengals Jesse Mahelona DT Tennessee

28 (92) Jaguars Stanley McClover* DE Auburn

29 (93) Falcons Anthony Smith S Syracuse
(from Denver)

30 (94) Colts Anwar Phillips CB Penn State

31 (95) Vikings Maurice Drew* RB UCLA
(from Seattle)

32 (96) Steelers Michael Robinson WR Penn State

33 (97) Jets Brandon Johnson OLB Louisville
 
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1 (98 Texans Keith Ellison OLB Oregon St.

2 (99) Saints Kellen Clemens QB Oregon

3 (100) 49ers Ryan Cook C New Mex.

4 (101) Raiders James Anderson OLB Va. Tech

5 (102) Titans Abdul Hodge ILB Iowa

6 (103) Jets Dominique Byrd TE USC

7 (104) Packers Chris Gocong DE Cal Poly

8 (105) Bills Roman Harper S Alabama

9 (106) Patriots Leon Washington RB Florida St.
(from Detroit)

10 (107) Cardinals Anthony Fasano* TE Notre Dame

11 (108) Eagles Patrick Ross C Boston Coll.

12 (109) Rams Manaia Brown DT BYU

13 (110) Browns Jerome Harrison RB Wash. St.

14 (111) Ravens Rob Sims G Ohio St.

15 (112) Browns Adam Stenavich G Michigan
(from Atlanta)

16 (113) Chargers Troy Reddick T Auburn

17 (114) Dolphins Skyler Green WR LSU

18 (115) Vikings Dale Robinson ILB Arizona St.

19 (116) Eagles Wali Lundy RB Va.
(from Dallas)

20 (117) Jets Devin Aromashodu WR Auburn
(from Kansas City)

21 (118) Patriots Gerrick McPhearson CB Maryland

22 (119) Broncos Jerious Norwood RB Miss. St.
(from Washington)

23 (120) Bears Owen Daniels TE Wis.

24 (121) Panthers E.J. Whitley T Tex. Tech

25 (122) Buccaneers Kyle Williams DT LSU

26 (123) Bengals Ray Edwards* DE Purdue

27 (124) Giants Demetrius Williams WR Oregon

28 (125) Jaguars Will Blackmon CB Boston Coll.

29 (126) Broncos Tim Day TE Oregon

30 (127) Eagles Charles Bennett DE Clemson
(from Indianapolis)

31 (128) Seahawks Parys Haralson DE Tennessee

32 (129) Steelers Mike Bell RB Arizona

33 (130) Broncos Greg Lee* WR Pitt

34 (131) Steelers Demetrice Webb* CB Florida

35 (132) Ravens Andre Hall RB South Fla.

36 (133) Steelers Guy Whimper T E. Carolina

1 (134) Bills DonTrell Moore RB New Mex.
(from Houston)

2 (135) Saints Jason Spitz C Louisville

3 (136) Patriots Calvin Lowry S Penn State
(from Oakland)

4 (137) Titans Gerald Riggs Jr. RB Tennessee

5 (138) Jets Julian Jenkins DE Stanford

6 (139) Packers Leon Williams OLB Miami (FL)

7 (140) 49ers Hank Baskett WR New Mex.

8 (141) Lions Mark Setterstrom G Minnesota

9 (142) Cardinals Marvin Philip C Cal

10 (143) Bills Eric Henderson DE Georgia Tech

11 (144) Rams Jamar Williams OLB Arizona St.

12 (145) Browns Martin Nance WR Miami (O.)

13 (146) Ravens Steve Weatherford P Illinois

14 (147) Eagles Derrick Martin* CB Wyo.

15 (148) Falcons Zach Strief T N'western

16 (149) Vikings Marcus Hudson S NC State

17 (150) Cowboys Johnny Jolly DT Tex. A&M

18 (151) Chargers Marques Colston WR Hofstra

19 (152) Browns Spencer Havner OLB UCLA
(from New England)

20 (153) Redskins Babatunde Oshinowo DT Stanford

21 (154) Chiefs Jeff Webb WR San Diego St.

22 (155) Panthers Tony Tella G Miami (FL)

23 (156) Buccaneers Mike Hass WR Oregon St.

24 (157) Bengals Antoine Bethea S Howard

25 (158) Giants Marcus Maxey CB Miami (FL)

26 (159) Bears Jason Avant WR Michigan

27 (160) Jaguars Cooper Wallace TE Auburn

28 (161) Broncos Omar Jacobs* QB Bowl. Green

29 (162) Colts Terna Nande OLB Miami (O.)

30 (163) Seahawks T.J. Williams TE NC State

31 (164) Steelers Chris Kuper G North Dakota

32 (165) Packers Bruce Gradkowski QB Toledo

33 (166) Ravens Paul Pinegar QB Fresno St.

34 (167) Steelers Mike Degory C Florida

35 (168) Eagles Terna Nande OLB Miami (O.)

36 (169) Titans Todd Watkins WR BYU

1 (170) Texans Charles Davis TE Purdue

2 (171) Saints Cedric Humes RB Va. Tech

3 (172) Titans Reggie McNeal QB Tex. A&M

4 (173) Redskins Elvis Dumervil DE Louisville
(from New York Jets)

5 (174) Saints Justin Wyatt CB USC
(from Green Bay)

6 (175) 49ers Ben Obomanu WR Auburn

7 (176) Raiders Jeremy Mincey DE Florida

8 (177) Cardinals Charles Gordon* CB Kansas

9 (178) Bills Darrell Hunter CB Miami (O.)

10 (179) Lions David Pittman CB Northwest. St

11 (180) Browns Tim Dobbins ILB Iowa St.

12 (181) Ravens Tommy Jackson DT Auburn

13 (182) Cowboys Brandon Williams WR Wis.
(from Philadelphia)

14 (183) Rams Chijioke Onyenegecha CB Oklahoma

15 (184) Falcons Jon Scifres K SMS

16 (185) Vikings Chris Chester G Oklahoma

17 (186) Chiefs Brad Butler T Va.
(from Dallas)

18 (187) Chargers Josh Lay CB Pitt

19 (188) Chargers Erik Meyer QB Eastern Wash.
(from Miami)

20 (189) Redskins A.J. Nicholson OLB Florida St.

21 (190) Chiefs Eric Smith S Michigan St.

22 (191) Patriots Brad Smith WR Missouri

23 (192) 49ers Sam Paulescu P Oregon St.
(from Tampa Bay)

24 (193) Bengals Jonathan Orr WR Wis.

25 (194) Buccaneers Thomas Carroll DE Miami (FL)
(From New York Giants)

26 (195) Bears Danieal Manning* CB Abilene Chr.

27 (196) Redskins P.J. Daniels RB Georgia Tech
(from Carolina)

28 (197) Jaguars Jahri Evans G Bloomsburg

29 (198) Broncos Stephen Tulloch* OLB NC State

30 (199) Colts David Anderson WR Colorado St.

31 (200) Bears Anthony Mix WR Auburn
(from Seattle)

32 (201) Steelers Jason Hatcher DE Grambling S

33 (202) Buccaneers Omar Gaither OLB Tennessee

34 (203) Ravens Greg Jennings WR W. Michigan

35 (204) Eagles Drew Olson QB UCLA

36 (205) Patriots Kai Parham* ILB Va.

37 (206) Patriots Garrett Mills FB Tulsa

38 (207) Colts Travis Williams CB Illinois

39 (208) Ravens Anthony Schlegel ILB Ohio St

1 (209) Bengals Brett Basanez QB N'western
(from Houston)

2 (210) Saints McKinley Boykin DT Ole Miss

3 (211) Jets Rashad Butler T Miami (FL)

4 (212) Dolphins Tom Malone P USC
(from Green Bay)

5 (213) 49ers Brian Iwuh S Colorado

6 (214) Raiders Willie Andrews S Baylor

7 (215) Titans Kevin Boothe G Cornell

8 (216) Bills Travis Lulay QB Montana St.

9 (217) Lions Joe Toledo T Wash.

10 (218) Cardinals Nate Salley S Ohio St.

11 (219) Ravens Will Montgomery C Va. Tech

12 (220) Eagles William Buchanon WR USC

13 (221) Rams Robin Meadow G Wash.

14 (222) Browns Willie Reid WR Florida St.

15 (223) Falcons Quinton Ganther RB Utah

16 (224) Cowboys Michael Toudouze T TCU

17 (225) Chargers Le Kevin Smith DT Nebraska

18 (226) Dolphins Gerald Anderson DT Georgia

19 (227) Chargers Freddie Roach ILB Alabama
(from Minnesota)

20 (228) Chiefs Rob Smith* G Tennessee

21 (229) Patriots Clint Ingram OLB Oklahoma

22 (230) Redskins Troy Bienemann TE Wash. St.

23 (231) Bengals Frostee Rucker DE USC

24 (232) Giants Dawan Landry S Georgia Tech

25 (233) Dolphins Dwayne Slay S Tex. Tech
(from Chicago)

26 (234) Panthers Ryan LaCasse OLB Syracuse

27 (235) Buccaneers Matt Lentz G Michigan

28 (236) 49ers Titus Adams DT Nebraska
(from Jacksonville)

29 (237) Panthers Mike Kudla DE Ohio St.
(from Denver)

30 (238) Titans Dee McCann CB W.Va.
(from Indianapolis)

31 (239) Seahawks Darrell Brooks S Arizona

32 (240) Steelers Charlton Keith OLB Kansas

33 (241) Buccaneers Dennis Roland Jr. T Georgia

34 (242) Rams Jimmy Martin T Va. Tech

35 (243) Rams Marcus Demps CB San Diego St.

36 (244) Buccaneers Charlie Peprah S Alabama

37 (245) Titans William Kershaw OLB Maryland

38 (246) Titans Sir Henry Anderson DT Oregon St.

39 (247) Lions Javon Nanton DE Miami (FL)

40 (248) Bills Miles Austin WR Monmouth

41 (249) Seahawks Gilbert Harris FB Arizona

42 (250) Redskins John Torp P Colorado

43 (251) Texans David Lonie P Cal

44 (252) Saints Tim McGarigle ILB N'western

45 (253) Packers Jeremy Bloom* WR Colorado

46 (254) 49ers Wendell Mathis RB Fresno St.

47 (255) Raiders Tim Massaquoi TE Michigan
 

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There is no way that we take Justice over Huff IMO. Didn't Green make another "airport" quote about Huff?
 

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dreamcastrocks said:
There is no way that we take Justice over Huff IMO. Didn't Green make another "airport" quote about Huff?

The one thing that I think is written in stone is that Matt Leinhart will go in the top 4.
 

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john h said:
The one thing that I think is written in stone is that Matt Leinhart will go in the top 4.

You could throw Bush in the top 2 as well.
 

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anyone putting together a 7 round mock is wasting their time. Kiper only got 2 of the first 32 right last year and it wasn't because of trades.

Outsiders have no clue of what teams are looking at.

Rolle was guarenteed to be gone last year at the Cards pick. He was there.

The only guarentee in the draft is none of us, nor anyone or company on the net knows shyte about how any team will draft.
 

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BACH said:
3 (3) Titans Mario Williams* DE NC State
We can hear the critics now, "Are you crazy? There's no way Matt Leinart slips past the Titans." We know Norm Chow's history with Leinart, but we are told he is losing the internal debate at Titans headquarters and that Tennessee will take Williams or Ferguson here. Williams has great size and speed and is the perfect complement to elite pass rusher Kyle Vanden Bosch.


Wow. I know we were all saying this about KVB when we drafted him a couple years ago... :roll:
 
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Wow. I know we were all saying this about KVB when we drafted him a couple years ago... :roll:
Did you see KVB play this season? He sure looked impressive. Too bad he only was 100% healthy for three games while he was here.
 

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lets not throw around insults so freely...... KVB played extremely well last year on an extremely bad team...He led the AFC in sacks i believe and played well enough to be considered "elite"
 

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i officially hate that draft and hate the war room. fasano is the only pick that i like. fechh.
 

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BACH said:
Did you see KVB play this season? He sure looked impressive. Too bad he only was 100% healthy for three games while he was here.


sorry, you don't get the "elite" tag after a single season of production.
 

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War Birds said:
lets not throw around insults so freely...... KVB played extremely well last year on an extremely bad team...He led the AFC in sacks i believe and played well enough to be considered "elite"


Sorry, Reggie White, Lawrence Taylor and even Jevon Kearse are "elite"

I think "solid" would be more apropos when discussing KVB's talent.
 

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Why would anyone draft Justice at # 10 and project him as a RT. RT are short armed slower LTs. They don't get drafted top 10, or shouldn't, i.e. Leonard Davis #3 RT. Eric Winston is projected as a RT and the same draft picks him at #29 to the Jets.
 

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wallyburger said:
Why would anyone draft Justice at # 10 and project him as a RT. RT are short armed slower LTs. They don't get drafted top 10, or shouldn't, i.e. Leonard Davis #3 RT. Eric Winston is projected as a RT and the same draft picks him at #29 to the Jets.

Maybe not top 10, but close to it. The Saints drafted Jammal Brown at #13 to play RT last year. Rams drafted Alex Barron at # 19 last year to play ROT.

In 2004, Vernon Carey was drafted at #19 by the Dolphins and started 12 games in 2004 at ROT and 14 games last season at ROT.
 

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Justice, Croyle, Alston, & Fasano would be a pretty great first four-round pull.
 

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Justice, Croyle, Alston, & Fasano would be a pretty great first four-round pull.

Wow, do I disagree. Heartily disagree. I'd be okay with the Justice pick, I guess, but Croyle gets far more hype than he deserves and won't be a good NFL QB, IMO. Alston I don't really know, so it's hard to comment, but I'm hoping for a different pick in the 1st and maybe an OT in the 3rd. Fasano in the 4th would definitely work, though.
 

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Totally_Red said:
Maybe not top 10, but close to it. The Saints drafted Jammal Brown at #13 to play RT last year. Rams drafted Alex Barron at # 19 last year to play ROT.

In 2004, Vernon Carey was drafted at #19 by the Dolphins and started 12 games in 2004 at ROT and 14 games last season at ROT.

BTW, Vernon Carey sucks and is generally seen as a waste of 1st round pick by South Florida fans... and he is from U of Miami, so this is coming from a Cane fan.

BTW, I am not discounting the possibility that Justice can play LT, but War Room said he would play RT. Just wondering about their credibility.
 

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wallyburger said:
BTW, I am not discounting the possibility that Justice can play LT, but War Room said he would play RT. Just wondering about their credibility.
I do not think Justice would start over Ross and DG would be hesitant to move Big to Rt or Guard. Justice played Rt at USC but they had a lefthand throwing qb so it is the equivlent of him protecting the Blindside. He has the natural athletic ability to play Lt in the Pro Game but might start out on the Right side because he has played there in college. I do not think he would start right away.
 

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Rats said:
I do not think Justice would start over Ross and DG would be hesitant to move Big to Rt or Guard. Justice played Rt at USC but they had a lefthand throwing qb so it is the equivlent of him protecting the Blindside. He has the natural athletic ability to play Lt in the Pro Game but might start out on the Right side because he has played there in college. I do not think he would start right away.

I wonder if Justice would be a potential fallback, if they can't resign Leonard Davis this season. IMO, we have no one besides Davis who can play LT.
 

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Totally_Red said:
I wonder if Justice would be a potential fallback, if they can't resign Leonard Davis this season. IMO, we have no one besides Davis who can play LT.
I could see that and although Wells played LT in some games I am not sure it would be his best spot on the line if Big did not get extended or sign a new deal. Justice could be a really good fall back.:thumbup:
 

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i like cedric griffien out of texas. i believe he is just as good as huff. he just got overshadowed by huff while in texas. he will be the steal of the draft if he gets out of the first round. if he their at 3 when the cardinals pick then i think the cardinals need to draft him.
 

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There is no way that we take Justice over Huff IMO. Didn't Green make another "airport" quote about Huff?

The Cards supposedly (direct from the mouth of DG) have a list of ten and if the first nine are gone then they go with him or if ten is gone they picked someone they rated higher.

they say they wouldn't have a problem with any of these ten.

I'm thinkin like dcr that Justice will not be picked because he's not one of the ten....I think Huff is.
 

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That is a pretty nice mock, I especially like Salley in the 7th and Fasano in the 4th.
 

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