1- 8. Vernon Gholston/ OLB/ Ohio State- 6'4, 265 lbs, DeMarcus Ware clone that can rush the passer and drop back into coverage, might not be there when we pick, but if he is, he'll be VERY tough to pass up, he's a rare athletic freak that has the stats to match 2- 32. Leodis McKelvin/ CB/ Troy- 5'11, 190 lbs, Very solid yet unspectacular guy, not overly athletic, but makes up for it with very solid technique, reminds me of Leon Hall 3- 6. Dominique Rodger-Cromartie/ CB/ Tenn St.- 6'2, 170 lbs, amazing cover guy with the potential to become Antonio Cromartie-like, isn't great in run support, and won't jam anyone at the line, but once he hits the weights he has the natural ability to be a number one corner 3- 32. Donnie Avery/ WR/ Houston- 5'11, 190 lbs, one of the fastest players in college football, very tough dude, not afraid to go over the middle, will immediately become our designated kick returner, and has the potention to become a number two reciever, (runs a 4.3) 4- 32. Ryan Torain/ RB/ ASU- 6'1, 213 lbs, Reggie Bush lite, can really catch the ball out of the backfield, will take over Kevin Faulk's role in a few years 5- 32. Jeremy Leman, ILB, Illinois- 6'2, 240, Probably won't go this high, but I really like him, he has a HUGE chip on his shoulder and I really think he'll be one of those late round rookies that develops into an every-down player...very productive 6- 32. Durant Brooks, P, Georgia Tech- Productive punter...it's about time we got rid of Chris Hanson, he's barely an average punter, Brooks is hands-down the best punter in the draft I won't bother with our 7th round picks.