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First Round:

1. Detroit / Jason Smith OT Baylor / 6'5" 309 / The Lions have had one ofthe worst if not the worst offensive lines in the NFL for years. Last year they draft who they hope to be there franchise RT in Gosder Cherilus from Boston College. Now they get what they hope to be there franchise LT in Jason Smith. Jason Smith is one of the most athletic LT's to come into the draft in recent years. Smith also displays a great all around game that begins with his excellent pass blocking. Also Smith is a much more safer pick than Georgia's Matthew Stafford or even USC's Mark Sanchez who would be not a surprise to go here as he has seen his draft stock skyrocket the past couple of days.

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2. St. Louis / Eugene Monroe OT Virginia / 6'5" 309 / St. Louis released Orlando Pace this offseason and that move has pretty much guaranteed the Rams to select a LT with this pick. With Jason Smith off the board Eugene Monroe is the only elite LT remaining in the draft. Monroe is arguably the most polished LT in this draft. He has some amazing pass blocking skills and very impressive run blocking skills.

3. Kansas City / Aaron Curry OLB Wake Forest / 6'2" 254 / This pick is about all but official yet because it seems that the Chiefs are content with Tyler Thigpen as their starting QB for the time being and rightfully so with his solid play last season. The Chiefs defense has been lacking toughness and intensity for years. Curry could step in from day 1 and completely change the view of an entire defense. Curry is the best LB prospect to come out in a long time. Curry has a huge frame and when watching him on tape you it looks like he is 6'4" 280 and has the speed of a WR.

4. Seattle / Matthew Stafford QB Georgia / 6'2" 225 / The Seahawks missed out on the top LT's but could find Matt Hasselbeck's future replacement. Stafford has one of the biggest arms to come into the draft in recent years and if he had 'it' then he would be the unquestioned first overall pick. Stafford has all you look for in QB's except consistency and big plays in big games and those two thing outweigh the tools because you can't teach those things. Stafford IMO is a boom or bust pick.

5. Cleveland / Everette Brown DE/OLB FSU / 6'2" 256 / This pick was a oss up between Brown and Texas' Brian Orakpo. Although Orakpo is the more complete football player, Brown has better pass rush skills and that is what the Browns need right now more than ever. Kamerion Wimbley had a very disappointing year last year after having a promising year in 2007. Brown could really bring in some speed to the Browns pass rush.

6. Cincinnati / B.J. Raji DT Boston College / 6'2" 337 / Raji is the best NT to come into the draft in a while. He brings top notch run stopping skills and also gets a decent amount of penetration. Cincinnati has problems all over there defense but with last years first round pick Keith Rivers anchoring the LB's they will have someone to anchor the Dline with Raji.

7. Oakland / Michael Crabtree WR Texas Tech / 6'1" 215 / Oakland lost out on a top level DT and LT with Raji, Smith, and Monroe off the board. All three of them should take priority over a WR, but with all of them off the board the Raiders should adress there awful WR situation. Michael Crabtree is being compared to Andre Johnson and Larry Fitzgerald, that pretty much syas how good he could be. Crabtree could really help 2007's first overall pick JaMarcus Russell develop into a franchise QB. The Raiders are a good LT away from being a very young and very lethal offense with the picks of Russell and Crabree along with last years selection of dynamic RB Darren McFadden.

8. Jacksonville / Jeremy Maclin WR Missouri / 6'0" 198 / Jacksonville has only had one legit WR in their franchise history and thats Jimmy Smith, sad thing is he retired quite a few years ago. Maclin on paper would automatically become the teams number 1 WR option and the teams biggest plamaker. Maclin is a better playmaker than Crabtree, bu Crabtree is the more complete WR. Maclin is a TD threat every time he touches the ball.

9. Green Bay / Brian Orakpo DE OLB Texas / 6'3" 263 / With the Packers switching to a 3-4 scheme they will need a prototypical 3-4 OLB. Orakpo is just that with also being able to play 4-3 DE at a very high level. Orakpo looks like a onster in the weight room. He is huge with exceptional speed for someone who weighs 263. The Packers would love for Orakpo to line up across from converted DE to OLB Aaron Kampman.

10. San Francisco / Mark Sanchez QB USC / 6'2" 227 / The 49ers have had QB problems since Jeff Garcia left years ago. Sanchez would right away be loved by fans becuase he is a local boy. Sanchez IM will turn out to be better than Stafford in the NFL and has alot more potential after only starting 1 year. Sanchez is a very accurate passer and plas good in big games. He does no back down from the pressure and is very likeable as a person. Sanchez has rose up the boards the past couple days.

11. Buffalo / Brian Cushing OLB USC / 6'3" 243 / I'm not sure how much steroids played in his level of play at USC, but IMO steroids does not help you have better football knowledge and instincts. Cushing has great instincts and knowledge. Buffalo needs to have another OLB since Angelo Crowell left. Cushing could step in from day 1 and really excell.

12. Denver / Aaron Maybin DE/OLB Penn State / 6'4" 249 / Denver switched to the 3-4 defense this offseason and Maybin is another one of those 3-4 OLB pass rushers. Denver basically has no pure pass rushers at the OLB position. Maybin would be a nice addition to a LB crew that includes stud D.J. Williams. Maybin is an absolute terror off the edge and really knows how to force fumbles when he gets to the QB.

13. Washington / Michael Oher OT Ole Mississippi / 6'5" 309 / Michael Oher is slowly starting to move back up draft boards. Washington has a franchise LT that is starting to begin the end of his career in Chris Samuels, but no RT. IMO the perfect situation for Washington wold be to plug Oher into the RT position then move him to LT when Samuels retires.

14. New Orleans / Darius Butler CB Connecticut / 5'10" 183 / With Illinois's Vontae Davis haing his intangibles questoned and the positive drug test and Ohio State's Malcolm Jenkins being a bit of a tweener, Butler is IMO the purest CB in the entire draft. Butler has amazing hands and playmaking skills. He already gets alot of repect from opposing teams becuase he had no INT's in 2008, but that is because the opposing team barely threw to his side. That is impressive for a college CB to have the skills to force that. New Orleans badly needs a CB becuase they cannot go on with Jason David along with the release of Mike McKenzie. The saints are starting to look very young and good at CB with the addition of Butler, they will have 2 very young stud CB's with one of last years picks Tracy Porter showing alot of promise before going down with a season ending injury.

15. Houston / Vontae Davis CB Illinois / 5'11" 203 / The Texans really need a CB, and that does not include the possible departure of Dunta Robinson following the 2009 season. DE is probably the Texans biggest need but there are no pass rushers worthy of this spot. Davis has all of the physical tools to be a top 5 pick but has the discipline and work ethic that equals a mid to late round pick. Malcolm Jenkins would be the better player at this pick but the Texans need a pure CB and people are really questioning his speed and deep coverage.

16. San Diego / Beanie Wells RB Ohio State / 6'1" 235 / The Chargers would be well advised to take the future compliment to playmaker Darren Sproles and get powerful Beanie Wells. LT will be gone after this year or next and Sproles cannot carry the load of a full 16 game season including playoffs. Beanie when healthy is IMO a top 10 pick. I say when healthy because he seems to have an awful lot of injuries for it being this early in his career.

17. New York Jets / Percy Harvin WR Florida / 5'11" 192 / The Jets need a compliment to emerging star Jerricho Cotchery. Harvin is IMO the most versatile playmaker in the entire draft. He can line up at RB and WR and excell at each position. Harvin would really help any QB that the Jets decide to start this year.

18. Denver / Malcolm Jenkins CB/S Ohio State / 6'0" 204 / With Darrent Williams being sadly gunned down, Domonique Foxworth being traded, and Dre Bly not working out the Broncos finally have found a stud to line up opposite one of the top 2 best CB's in the leage, Champ Bailey. This is by far and away the steal of the draft becuase even though everyone says Malcolm Jenkins is a tweener he will be a top 5 CB in the NFL in a few years. And if FS is his true position I believe he could be a top 5 FS in the NFL. The reason why the Broncos would do this is because they badly need a FS also.

19. Tampa Bay / Josh Freeman QB KSU / 6'6" 248 / Josh Freeman arguably has more upside than any QB in this draft. Tampa Bay have needed a franchise QB for about ever. Freeman has a rocket for an arm, but his accuracy is a big question. He also has not had the best coaching while at KSU.

20. Detroit / Peria Jerry DT Ole Mississippi / 6'2" 299 / The Lions need to adress their Dline with this pick because It is awful. They traded their best DT Cory Redding to add OLB Julian Peterson. Jerry could step in from day 1 and be the face of this defense along with OLB's Julian Peterson and Ernie Sims.

21. Philadelphia / Andre Smith OT Alabama / 6'4" 332 / Andy Reid loves huge Olineman and that trend will continue here. The Eagles need a LT to take over for William Thomas. Smith was once the best OT in the draft but saw his stock freefall after going AWOL at the combine and being out of shape at his combine and proday. Smith has all of the talent in the world, but must improve his work ethic if he wants to succeed in th NFL.

22. Minnesota / Hakeem Nicks WR North Carolina / 6'1" 212 / Nicks reminds me alot of Terrell Owens coming out. Nicks has a huge body and has big and strong hands. Minnesota has longed for that No. 1 receiver ever since Randy Moss was traded. Nicks would step in from day 1 and be the number 1 receiver that they have wanted/needed for so long.

23. New England / Clay Matthews OLB USC / 6'3" 240 / Matthews is the perfect LB for the Pariots to put alongside last years 1st round pick DROY Jerod Mayo. Matthews is the definition of a Bill Belicheck guy. He works hard, and never gives up on a play.

24. Atlanta / Michael Johnson DE/OLB Georia Tech / 6'7" 266 / The Falcons have made it known that they are targeting a DE/OLB hybrid that can put pressure on the QB. The Falcons have also shown ALOT of interest in Johnson. Johnson is arguably the best pass rusher in the draft and with the right coaching could be one of the 5 best players in the draft. This is different from former 1st round pick Jamaal Anderson because we know that Jamaal Anderson has not really been open to learning how to become a better football player, but in an interview with Michael Johnson they asked him what team would he like to play for he said his first choice would be to play for a team with great coaches and alot of good defensive minds. We have Mike Smith who helped develop Marcus Strous and Johns Henderson and Chuck Smith would probably be willing to work with Johnson and he has worked with the best pass rushers in the NFL. A polished Michael Johnson would be scary across from John Abraham.

25. Miami / Louis Delmas S Western Michigan / 5'11" 202 / The Dolphins need a playmaking S very badly and Delmas would be just that. Delmas would be liked by Bill Parcells because he is a hard worker and performs pretty well on the field.

26. Baltimore / D.J. Moore CB Vanderbilt / 5'9" 192 / The Ravens signed CB Domonique Foxworth, but still need a CB pretty bad. D.J. Moore is an athletic freak and has alot of potential. He would be a real nice replacement for Chris McCallister.

27. Indianapolis / Evander Hood DT Missouri / 6'3" 300 / The Colts need a DT and unforunatley for them Peria Jerry did not fall here, but good news, Evender Hood did. Hood is a jack of all trades and does nothing great but everything pretty solid, Hood will have a very long NFL career, and will really help out the Colts.

28. Philadelphia / LeSean McCoy RB Pittsburgh / 5'10" 198 / McCoy would be a great compliment to Brian Westbrook. The Eagles don't really heve any glaring needs so it would be a good time to get a pure RB to put with the versatile Westbrook.

29. New York Giants / Kenny Britt WR Rutgers / 6'3" 218 / It is all but official that the Giants will draft a WR with this pick and with Crabtree, Maclin, and Nicks off the board the next best option would be Kenny Britt. Britt is alot like Plaxico Burress because he is a big, deep threat with big, strong hands.

30. Tennessee / Tyson Jackson DE/DT LSU / 6'4" 295 / With Haynesworth now with the Redkins it would be smart to take up a player that could be like a Haynesworth. Jackson has risen up draft boards because of his ability to be a versatile player on the Dline.

31. Arizona / Alex Mack C California / 6'4" 311 / The Cardinals interior Oline is in need of some dire help.Mack is arguably the best C prospect since Nick Mangold from a few years back.

32. Pittsburgh / Alphonso Smith CB Wake Forest / 5'9" 193 / The Steelers lost Bryant McFadden and need a player to replace him. Stats wise Smith is the biggest ballhawk in the entire draft. If Smith was 6'0" he would easilt be a top 10 pick.

Falcons Draft:

1. Michael Johnson DE/OLB Georgia Tech

2. Asher Allen CB Georgia / 5'9" 194 / Allen has top notch closing speed and very fluid hips. Those are two of the most important traits a good CB needs. Allen had a pedestrian 2008 season , but played the season with a broken hand.

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3. Chase Coffman TE Missouri / 6'6" 244 / Coffman is one of the best pass catchers in the entire draft and would really help Matt Ryan continue to improve. We have also showed alot of interest in him.

4. Dannell Ellerbe ILB/OLB Georgia / 6'1" 236 / Had legal troubles earlier in his career, but grew up and is long past those issues. He became the leader of the bulldogs defense. Ellerbe would be a great cover 2 OLB.

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5. Dorell Scott DT Clemson / 6'3" 312 / Scott is the perfect cover 2 DT.

5. Chris Clemons S Clemson / 6'0" 208 / I believe that DeCoud will be alot better than we think and then we will not eed to spend a high draft pick on a S. We have showed alot of interest in Clemons.

6. Joe Burnett CB Central Florida / 5'9" 192 / Brandon Marshall said this kid would be special and he reminds me alot of Asante Samuel.

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14. New Orleans / Darius Butler CB Connecticut / 5'10" 183 / With Illinois's Vontae Davis haing his intangibles questoned and the positive drug test and Ohio State's Malcolm Jenkins being a bit of a tweener, Butler is IMO the purest CB in the entire draft. Butler has amazing hands and playmaking skills. He already gets alot of repect from opposing teams becuase he had no INT's in 2008, but that is because the opposing team barely threw to his side. That is impressive for a college CB to have the skills to force that. New Orleans badly needs a CB becuase they cannot go on with Jason David along with the release of Mike McKenzie. The saints are starting to look very young and good at CB with the addition of Butler, they will have 2 very young stud CB's with one of last years picks Tracy Porter showing alot of promise before going down with a season ending injury.

15. Houston / Vontae Davis CB Illinois / 5'11" 203 / The Texans really need a CB, and that does not include the possible departure of Dunta Robinson following the 2009 season. DE is probably the Texans biggest need but there are no pass rushers worthy of this spot. Davis has all of the physical tools to be a top 5 pick but has the discipline and work ethic that equals a mid to late round pick. Malcolm Jenkins would be the better player at this pick but the Texans need a pure CB and people are really questioning his speed and deep coverage.

22. Minnesota / Hakeem Nicks WR North Carolina / 6'1" 212 / Nicks reminds me alot of Terrell Owens coming out. Nicks has a huge body and has big and strong hands. Minnesota has longed for that No. 1 receiver ever since Randy Moss was traded. Nicks would step in from day 1 and be the number 1 receiver that they have wanted/needed for so long.

24. Atlanta / Michael Johnson DE/OLB Georia Tech / 6'7" 266 / The Falcons have made it known that they are targeting a DE/OLB hybrid that can put pressure on the QB. The Falcons have also shown ALOT of interest in Johnson. Johnson is arguably the best pass rusher in the draft and with the right coaching could be one of the 5 best players in the draft. This is different from former 1st round pick Jamaal Anderson because we know that Jamaal Anderson has not really been open to learning how to become a better football player, but in an interview with Michael Johnson they asked him what team would he like to play for he said his first choice would be to play for a team with great coaches and alot of good defensive minds. We have Mike Smith who helped develop Marcus Strous and Johns Henderson and Chuck Smith would probably be willing to work with Johnson and he has worked with the best pass rushers in the NFL. A polished Michael Johnson would be scary across from John Abraham.

26. Baltimore / D.J. Moore CB Vanderbilt / 5'9" 192 / The Ravens signed CB Domonique Foxworth, but still need a CB pretty bad. D.J. Moore is an athletic freak and has alot of potential. He would be a real nice replacement for Chris McCallister.

29. New York Giants / Kenny Britt WR Rutgers / 6'3" 218 / It is all but official that the Giants will draft a WR with this pick and with Crabtree, Maclin, and Nicks off the board the next best option would be Kenny Britt. Britt is alot like Plaxico Burress because he is a big, deep threat with big, strong hands.

Falcons Draft:

1. Michael Johnson DE/OLB Georgia Tech

2. Asher Allen CB Georgia / 5'9" 194 / Allen has top notch closing speed and very fluid hips. Those are two of the most important traits a good CB needs. Allen had a pedestrian 2008 season , but played the season with a broken hand.

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4. Dannell Ellerbe ILB/OLB Georgia / 6'1" 236 / Had legal troubles earlier in his career, but grew up and is long past those issues. He became the leader of the bulldogs defense. Ellerbe would be a great cover 2 OLB.

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Some picks don't make sence to me in your'e 1st round mock draft.

Why don't Denver do anything about their QB situation or are you just asuming that they will take a chance and go with Simms and Orton?

Delmas to Dolphins won't happen. They got Wilson in FA and they resigned Yeremiah Bell so they definetly don't need a S.

Darius Butler getting drafted over Malcolm Jenkins. He improved his stock at his pro day but not that much

In your'e Falcons mock draft you are reaching a lot for Asher Allen in the 2nd.

Appreciate all the time it must have taken to make all of this :)

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