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    Round One

    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.

    Round Two

    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
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    There's no way the Jets are trading their #2 for McFadden when they have no #3.
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    2 rounds 2 project picks, that's cool most of our rookies come right in , get right up to speed in our dumbed down system and contribute, day one......;)

    I'll give you credit you had the stones to put your thoughts out there in the face of a potential stoning.
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    What?! Who said they are?
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    How else are they (Jesters) going to move up from #6 to #3? It's going to cost them and the trade value difference (depending on which chart you use)
    of 600 points is a end of the first or top of the second round pick.....
    The Jets did trade away all but three of theur picks last year so it's not out of the realm of possibility but......
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    I have to say, DRC has dominated at every level. Usually, that's an indicator that the prospect will continue to do so, as evidenced by his Combine and Senior Bowl performances. He can play either FS or CB. How is that a project?

    Likewise, Howard is a late-bloomer having played behind two stud UGA DE's.
    But he already has played OLB with high success. He finished the year with 10.5 sacks, and killed it at the Combine. His numbers are as good as any.
    Again, how is that a project?

    "Stones," yes! I have them coming out my ears! "Stonings"? Yes! I live for them! :bricks:
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    Oh, I'm not saying they won't. But don't put words in my mouth, either.

    How else could they move up? Well assuming it is the Jets that move up to #3, and not ------say, the Bengals!!!! perhaps ------- , I would assume they might package other picks, or maybe dangle Pennington.
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    And the more I think about it, the more I disagree with you. What rookies come in and perform for the Pats from day one??? Almost none!
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    sounds like just about every other mock out there...no way in hell it's going ot be right but at least you put your opinions out there if ihad thetime to do the research i would make a mock.
    No way the Jets trade uo the reason they are looking at DMC so much is they expect him to fall to him. if they don't i bet they take gholston.
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    DRC = Deion Sanders, a future game changer, elite shutdown ball hawking CB, with unmatched speed and vertical that will change games on the defensive side of the ball and in the return game, yet you'll have to drop your argument here my friend, no one here wants him, but it's nice to see you on board............
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    LOL, hyperbole much?

    If the kid doesn't meet every one of your claims, you going to be around to man up?

    I'll explain further. I have only seen likely the clips of footage of this kid that everyone else has. Sure fairly impressive, but the fact that you are making a statement as above shows that you have as little of a clue (or less) as the rest of us. No one, including those who are paid to judge and scout these kids, would ever make a statement as you have with a straight face. Fact is, no one knows how he'll turn out. You're just in love with his athletic prowess and his last name.
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    I'll be here to say "I told you so", sit back and watch and you'll be saying, man, he was right, what a stud he turned out to be.
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    I'll be waiting with baited breath...:cool:
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    Mike Mayok just frog leaped DRC up to his #2 corner, where's the guy who was going off about DRC being Mayok's 4th corner, where is he now ?
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    Ok let's step back a minute. Let's not judge the success of the kid based on where people are now saying he'll be drafted. The "experts" are more or less clueless as the rest of us. We don't need to list how many times they missed on their picks.

    I'm truly curious how he turns out in 1-3 years from now. I think he's likely a boom/bust type guy, which to me is THE reason I don't see the patriots going after him based on what they typically need at CB. They need a smart cb who knows his role within the scheme. They have shown they go for the star players along the front 7.
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    Look, if Sedrick Ellis or Gholston are sitting there at #7, obviously you take one of those 2 guys, no question about it. But if they trade down to NO at #10 and the Ravens take McKelvin at 8 and the pick is Keith Rivers/Brandon Albert or DRC, I'm going DRC. You don't see "Busts" doing what DRC did at the Senior Bowl and combine and the entire practice week at the Senior bowl, the coaches said a day didn't go by without his hands on a football. He's too athletic and much too talented to be a bust and not only that, he wants to be great and won't stop working until he is unlike some of these prima-donnas that walk into the league.

    We'll see what happens and where he ends up, they're saying the Ravens are throwing smoke signals on McKelvin and they actually have DRC at the top of their Corner board, I'm won't be surprised if he doesn't get past the Ravens.
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    I can't win! When my mock is very different from all others, I take a beating.
    When my mock "sounds like all others" (bull crap, btw!) I get hammered for not being different enough. It's a no-win game. Go ahead, make a mock! I dare you!!! Then maybe you'll get it. ------As for the Jets, flip a coin:
    the Jets, Bengals and Saints (And possibly the Ravens, but I doubt it!) all want to move up. Who wants it most???
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    Here is one thing I dont like about DRC. Deion Sanders. He is a FSU alum, and his boy THE REAL CROMARTIE(who did blow away measurables at the combine before blowing his knee)must be giving Deion the business for not touting him higher when he came out. Now that DRC changed his name, had a conversation with the REAL CROMARTIE and HIRED Deion on......now he is the SH*T? I know if my #1 CB(drafted #7)only pulled down 4 INTs it would be a bad year. This guy got only HALF that against inferior competition. Maybe he does well at the next level, but this guy has the biggest chance of being a bust than anyone else projected to go first round. We dont take chances like that, we go for the boring guards before we do something that stupid.....
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