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jim1
03-28-2007, 10:36 AM
Other mock drafts here as well:

They have us taking a RB in the 3rd- no way for me with the likelihood that RW is coming back. Personally, I'm excited to have him back. Great player, nice guy, if he can stay healthy and out of trouble what a great weapon to have back in the fold. I'd rather have Trent Edwards, Doug Free, Buster Davis, Quentin Moses (if he can play OLB), maybe Andy Alleman, Samson Satele, or Paul Williams, who has the talent but confuses me. If he has questionable desire and work ethic then it's too high for him, too many holes to roll the dice. Great physical skills, though.

1. Raiders QB JaMarcus Russell 6’6 258 4.83 LSU

Andrew Walter is horrible, so Russell makes sense here. If Randy Moss is traded I could see them possibly going after Calvin Johnson.

2. Lions QB Brady Quinn 6’4 232 Notre Dame

The Lions seem to think George Foster can start opposite Jeff Backus…huge mistake there in my opinion. Kitna has 1 good year left in him as a starter and Josh McCown has never really lived up to his potential. Plus Quinn seems to be rising exponentially now after his brief fall.

3. Browns RB Adrian Peterson 6’2 217 4.40 Oklahoma

I personally would go with Calvin Johnson here, him along side Braylon Edwards would be scaaaaaaary, but with them only signing Jamal Lewis to a 1 year contract they will probably draft Peterson.

4. Buccs WR Calvin Johnson 6’5 239 4.35 Georgia Tech

The Best player in this draft beyond a doubt, but with the top two teams leaning towards QB, and the Browns drafting AP, the Buccs get the biggest steal of the drat in Johnson. The Buccs could have a killer three WR set with Galloway moving to the slot and Clayton coming back healthy. The Buccs will have two starting WR’s with 4.3 speed.

5. Cardinals T Joe Thomas 6’7 311 4.92 Wisconsin

The best and most complete tackle to come out since Robert Gallery, of course, Gallery has proceeded to be one of the biggest busts in recent draft history. With the loss of Leonard Davis, the Cards needed a new starting tackle, what they found was a player who may actually be better than Davis right now.

6. Redskins DE Gaines Adams 6’5 261 4.64 Clemson

The best pass rusher in this draft. He fills a major need for the Washington Redskins. Their Defensive Ends are getting very old, and Andre Carter is an injury waiting to happen. Adams should be a force from the start.

7. Vikings WR Dwayne Bowe 6’2 221 4.45 LSU

I am going to get ripped on this pick, but I believe with Bowe running in the 4.4’s that he is the second best receiver in this draft. They already got burned with a one dimensional receiver in Williamson which is why they bypass Ted Ginn. Bowe is the complete package at receiver. They could trade down a few spots and get him as well.

8. Falcons S Laron Landry 6’1 213 4.35 LSU

One of the top 5 players in this year’s draft, but he falls due to the position he plays. He will start instantly for the Falcons

9. Dolphins T Levi Brown 6’6 323 5.39 Penn St.

Levi Brown and Vernon Carey sound like a great duo. They could protect whoever the Dolphins’ QB is this year. Brown should compete with L.J. Shelton and Anthony Alabi this year.

10. Texans DT Amobe Okoye 6’2 302 4.97 Louisville

A player that has shot up draft boards. Travis Johnson has been a bust and the rest of the decent DT’s are well into their thirties. Okoye is very young and will only continue to get better and stronger.


40. Dolphins WR Steve Smith 6’0 197 4.44 USC

Smith adds solid speed and solid hands to the Dolphins receiving corps. He should fill Wes Welker’s shoes with flying colors.

60. Dolphins(NE) CB Eric Wright 5’11 192 4.36 UNLV

Wright had great workouts and should have a chance to compete with Travis Daniels for the starting spot opposite Will Allen.


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