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BlueFin
04-26-2008, 11:32 PM
THE BEST REMAINING PROSPECTSRivals.com NFL Draft partner Frank Coyle of draftinsiders.com (http://draftinsiders.com/) breaks down the top 10 players available in the draft after the first two rounds. 1. DaJuan Morgan (http://nfldraft.rivals.com/cviewplayer.asp?Player=35974#scouting) - SS - 6-0, 205 lbs. - North Carolina State Morgan could develop into an every-down player and maybe even a Pro Bowl performer over time. He also is one of the best special-teams players in this class. He was a borderline first-round pick in our eyes. 2. Marcus Harrison (http://nfldraft.rivals.com/cviewplayer.asp?Player=17695#scouting) - DT - 6-3, 310 lbs. - Arkansas This tough, athletic tackle has the ability to make an impact at the NFL level if healthy. With proper coaching, the sky is the limit for Harrison. He is a top-five defensive tackle in this class. 3. Erin Henderson (http://nfldraft.rivals.com/cviewplayer.asp?Player=45094#scouting) - LB - 6-2, 235 lbs. - Maryland Henderson is a savvy athlete with the speed and talent to make an impact on special teams and compete for the nickel linebacker role as a rookie. He could challenge for a starting weakside spot in a 4-3 set in his first season. 4. Mario Manningham (http://nfldraft.rivals.com/cviewplayer.asp?Player=59769#scouting) - WR - 6-0, 180 lbs. - Michigan Manningham has the body type and athleticism of St. Louis Rams star Torry Holt, though he's not as developed as Holt was at this stage. He ran poor times of 4.60 and 4.68 at the NFL Scouting Combine, though he ran a sub-4.5 time at Michigan's Pro Day. He will be an excellent value pick on Sunday. 5. Dan Connor (http://nfldraft.rivals.com/cviewplayer.asp?Player=35732#scouting) - LB - 6-2, 235 lbs. - Penn State He is an extremely well-developed prospect who can be an every-down performer as a pro - probably as a rookie. He has the frame to get bigger and has good size for the middle or weakside linebacker spots. He carried a mid-second round grade (No. 48 overall). He has good skills and a high level of development. 6. Early Doucet (http://nfldraft.rivals.com/cviewplayer.asp?Player=37963#scouting) - WR - 6-0, 200 lbs. - LSU Doucet could become one of the best value picks in the draft. He can play the slot immediately and could develop into a No. 1 receiver. He played against a high level of competition in the SEC, so his transition to the NFL should be smoother than many prospects. 7. Xavier Adibi (http://nfldraft.rivals.com/cviewplayer.asp?Player=1544#scouting) - LB - 6-1, 225 lbs. - Virginia Tech Adibi projected as a second-round pick in our eyes. He is the top outside linebacker left on our list. He could contribute immediately as a nickel linebacker and special teams performer. He has the intangibles to become a starter and possible Pro Bowler in the right scheme. 8. Justin King (http://nfldraft.rivals.com/cviewplayer.asp?Player=51299#scouting) - CB - 6-0, 185 lbs. - Penn State His lack of experience and height creates problems - especially in jump-ball situations - but he has developed nicely as a coverage corner. King is a third-round prospect who has the talent to surprise. He could be a high-level nickel corner and possibly a starter within a short time. 9. Carl Nicks (http://nfldraft.rivals.com/cviewplayer.asp?Player=64129#scouting) - OT - 6-5, 330 lbs. - Nebraska Nicks is a raw prospect with the package to start at right tackle - but only after some critical development in technique. One of the biggest boom or bust linemen in this year's class, we had him as a late second-rounder (No. 58 overall). 10. Cliff Avril (http://nfldraft.rivals.com/cviewplayer.asp?Player=36154#scouting) - DE - 6-3, 255 lbs. - Purdue Avril is a good athlete with fine instincts while playing in space - either vs. the run or the pass. He has the ability to start early in the NFL after some improvement in his lower body strength and overall technique. He should at least contribute early as a situational pass rusher. THE NEXT 10

http://nfldraft.rivals.com/content.asp?CID=801767

korl68
04-27-2008, 12:00 AM
I like Dejuan but I also would love to see Kevin Smith Rb on the Phins. I know we need a CB and Guard but he is very tough to pass up. I believe he could turn out to be the best RB in the draft and with Ricky 31 and injured alot CFL and last year. Also Ronnie with the ACL is hard to say we have it covered for the future and also R.Brown is making alot of money.

I know we worked K.Smith out and would be great to continue to watch him.

umpalu
04-27-2008, 12:05 AM
THE BEST REMAINING PROSPECTSRivals.com NFL Draft partner Frank Coyle of draftinsiders.com (http://draftinsiders.com/) breaks down the top 10 players available in the draft after the first two rounds. 1. DaJuan Morgan (http://nfldraft.rivals.com/cviewplayer.asp?Player=35974#scouting) - SS - 6-0, 205 lbs. - North Carolina State Morgan could develop into an every-down player and maybe even a Pro Bowl performer over time. He also is one of the best special-teams players in this class. He was a borderline first-round pick in our eyes. 2. Marcus Harrison (http://nfldraft.rivals.com/cviewplayer.asp?Player=17695#scouting) - DT - 6-3, 310 lbs. - Arkansas This tough, athletic tackle has the ability to make an impact at the NFL level if healthy. With proper coaching, the sky is the limit for Harrison. He is a top-five defensive tackle in this class. 3. Erin Henderson (http://nfldraft.rivals.com/cviewplayer.asp?Player=45094#scouting) - LB - 6-2, 235 lbs. - Maryland Henderson is a savvy athlete with the speed and talent to make an impact on special teams and compete for the nickel linebacker role as a rookie. He could challenge for a starting weakside spot in a 4-3 set in his first season. 4. Mario Manningham (http://nfldraft.rivals.com/cviewplayer.asp?Player=59769#scouting) - WR - 6-0, 180 lbs. - Michigan Manningham has the body type and athleticism of St. Louis Rams star Torry Holt, though he's not as developed as Holt was at this stage. He ran poor times of 4.60 and 4.68 at the NFL Scouting Combine, though he ran a sub-4.5 time at Michigan's Pro Day. He will be an excellent value pick on Sunday. 5. Dan Connor (http://nfldraft.rivals.com/cviewplayer.asp?Player=35732#scouting) - LB - 6-2, 235 lbs. - Penn State He is an extremely well-developed prospect who can be an every-down performer as a pro - probably as a rookie. He has the frame to get bigger and has good size for the middle or weakside linebacker spots. He carried a mid-second round grade (No. 48 overall). He has good skills and a high level of development. 6. Early Doucet (http://nfldraft.rivals.com/cviewplayer.asp?Player=37963#scouting) - WR - 6-0, 200 lbs. - LSU Doucet could become one of the best value picks in the draft. He can play the slot immediately and could develop into a No. 1 receiver. He played against a high level of competition in the SEC, so his transition to the NFL should be smoother than many prospects. 7. Xavier Adibi (http://nfldraft.rivals.com/cviewplayer.asp?Player=1544#scouting) - LB - 6-1, 225 lbs. - Virginia Tech Adibi projected as a second-round pick in our eyes. He is the top outside linebacker left on our list. He could contribute immediately as a nickel linebacker and special teams performer. He has the intangibles to become a starter and possible Pro Bowler in the right scheme. 8. Justin King (http://nfldraft.rivals.com/cviewplayer.asp?Player=51299#scouting) - CB - 6-0, 185 lbs. - Penn State His lack of experience and height creates problems - especially in jump-ball situations - but he has developed nicely as a coverage corner. King is a third-round prospect who has the talent to surprise. He could be a high-level nickel corner and possibly a starter within a short time. 9. Carl Nicks (http://nfldraft.rivals.com/cviewplayer.asp?Player=64129#scouting) - OT - 6-5, 330 lbs. - Nebraska Nicks is a raw prospect with the package to start at right tackle - but only after some critical development in technique. One of the biggest boom or bust linemen in this year's class, we had him as a late second-rounder (No. 58 overall). 10. Cliff Avril (http://nfldraft.rivals.com/cviewplayer.asp?Player=36154#scouting) - DE - 6-3, 255 lbs. - Purdue Avril is a good athlete with fine instincts while playing in space - either vs. the run or the pass. He has the ability to start early in the NFL after some improvement in his lower body strength and overall technique. He should at least contribute early as a situational pass rusher. THE NEXT 10

http://nfldraft.rivals.com/content.asp?CID=801767

you forgot chad henne

JT-forpresident
04-27-2008, 12:13 AM
we need to trade out and pick up 2 3rd rounders... theres so much talent and there will be plenty from the beginning to the end of the round

#1dolphinsfan
04-27-2008, 12:15 AM
you forgot chad henne
what are you talking about Henne Was drafted by us

umpalu
04-27-2008, 12:16 AM
we need to trade out and pick up 2 3rd rounders... theres so much talent and there will be plenty from the beginning to the end of the round

umm you can't trade later into the 3rd and pick up a 3rd. Their is no value in that for other teams unless it is next years 3rd and that doesn't give us 2 picks this year.

umpalu
04-27-2008, 12:17 AM
what are you talking about Henne Was drafted by us

i know it was a sarcastic joke :(

JT-forpresident
04-27-2008, 12:23 AM
umm you can't trade later into the 3rd and pick up a 3rd. Their is no value in that for other teams unless it is next years 3rd and that doesn't give us 2 picks this year.

well you never know...someone desperate for a player... early doucet ? ... maybe not 2 3rds i'll agree but an early 3rd and 4th would be neat

umpalu
04-27-2008, 12:31 AM
well you never know...someone desperate for a player... early doucet ? ... maybe not 2 3rds i'll agree but an early 3rd and 4th would be neat

there is a possibility of that if they are both late rounders, but I think in a trade looking for more than a 3rd and 6th this year or a 4th this year and a 3rd next year (to try and make the original posters thread legit) will be the closest trade we can get.