Join Date: Feb 2007
My2Cents Finalized Two Round Mock Draft
1. Miami - LT Jake Long, Michigan
The Dolphins make Long the cornerstone of their franchise.
2. St. Louis - DT Glenn Dorsey, LSU
Dorsey can single-handedly change the face of the Rams D.
3. *NY Jets - RB Darren McFadden, Arkansas
After doing their homework on DMc, they move aggressively.
4. Oakland - DT Sedrick Ellis, USC
Their scouts/coaches, once again, will go with a familiar player.
5. Kansas City - DE Chris Long, Virginia
With Jared Allen on the trade block, Long might be an upgrade.
6. *Atlanta - CB Leodis McKelvin, Troy
Falcons are zeroed in on McKelvin and searching for a trade partner.
7. New England - DB Dominique-Rodgers Cromartie, TSU
With all due respect to Law/Samuel, the most gifted Patriot CB ever!
8. Baltimore - QB Matt Ryan, BC
The retirement of Steve McNair forces the Ravens to pick him.
9. Cincinnati - DE Vernon Gholston, OSU
Having been tagged as "overrated," his brief slide shouldn't surprise.
10. New Orleans - LB Keith Rivers, USC
Saints are looking to trade up but Gholston or Rivers may fall to them.
11. Buffalo - WR Devin Thomas, Michigan State
The Bills have brought in this Combine stud for another predraft visit.
12. Denver - RB Rashard Mendenhall, Illinois
Despite some late-round "finds," they've never replaced Terrell Davis.
13. Carolina - DE Derrick Harvey, Florida
Taking a page from the Giants, Harvey will pair with Julius Peppers.
14. Chicago - LT Ryan Clady, Boise State
Rumored to like Chris Williams, but Clady is clearly rated higher.
15. Detroit - DB Mike Jenkins, USF
The Lions are trying to bring in players, like Jenkins, with ball skills.
16. Arizona - LB Dan Connor, PSU
The Cardinals could go a lot of ways but the versatile Connors is it.
17. Minnesota DE Quintin Groves, Auburn
Medical red flags make Groves an early steal for the Vikings.
18. Houston - RB Jonathan Stewart, Oregon
Snatching up the draft's most powerful back is a nice roll of the dice.
19. Philadelphia - OG Brendan Albert, UV
Some have him going as high as the top ten. That's a big stretch.
20. Tampa Bay - CB Antoine Cason, Arizona
They have eyes for Mike Jenkins but will have to trade up for him.
21. Washington - DL Kentwan Balmer, NC
Balmer might help along the line, both on the inside and outside.
22. Dallas - WR DeSean Jackson, Cal
Terry Glen is on his last legs and Jackson is a big time playmaker.
23. Pittsburgh - LT Jeff Otah, Pittsburgh
Looking to land a big-ugly, the Steelers can take Williams or Otah.
24. Tennessee - LT Chris Williams, Vandy
Look for the Titans to beef up their offensive line with Williams.
25. Seatle - RB Felix Jones, Arkansas
Drafting Jones spells the end of Shaun Alexander's Seahawk career.
26. Jacksonville - DE Phillip Merling, Clemson
The Jags have to be hoping that either Merling or Groves is available.
27. San Diego - DT Trevor Laws, Notre Dame
Laws could help sure up a line that has become suddenly suspect.
28. Dallas DB Reggie Smith, Oklahoma
Whether they land Pacman Jones or not, Smith makes good sense.
29. San Francisco - RT Gosder Cherilus, BC
This would be the best move for them. But it's the 49ers so, who knows!
30. Green Bay - LB Jerod Mayo, UT
Opinions vary on Mayo. The Packers may draft to their strength.
31. NY Giants - WR Limas Sweed, Texas
Plasico Burress can't stay off the IR. Sweed makes a nice replacement.
32. Miami QB John Flacco, Delaware
33. St. Louis FS Kenny Phillips, UM
34. Atlanta QB Chad Henne, Michigan
35. Kansas City CB Justin King, PSU
36. NY Jets CB Brandon Flowers, VT
37. Atlanta LT Sam Baker, USC
38. Baltimore WR James Hardy, IU
39. San Francisco DE Jason Jones, Eastern Michigan
40. New Orleans TE Dustin Keller, Purdue
41. Buffalo CB Pat Lee, Auburn
42. Denver FS DaJuan Morgan, NCS
43. Carolina RB Chris Johnson, ECU
44. Chicago RB Matt Forte Tulane
45. Detroit DE Cailis Campbell, UM
46. Cincinnati DT Pat Sims, Auburn
47. Minnesota WR Eddie Royal, VT
48. Atlanta TE Fred Davis, USC
49. Eagles CB Aqib Talib, KSU
50. Arizona RB Ray Rice, Rutgers
51. Washington OG Roy Schuenning, OSU
52. Tampa Bay RB Kevin Smith, UCF
53. Pittsburgh CB Tracy Porter, IU
54. Tennessee DE Lawrence Jackson, USC
55. Seattle QB Brian Brohm, Louisville
56. Green Bay WR Donnie Avery, Houston
57. Miami OLB Kliff Avril, Purdue
58. Jacksonville LB Phillip Wheeler, GT
59. Indianapolis LB Curtis Lofton, Oklahoma
60. Green Bay RB Jamaal Charles, UT
61. Dallas WR Mario Manningham, Michigan
62. New England OLB/DE Marcus Howard, Georgia
63. NY Giants CB Quintin Demps, UTEP