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Originally Published: April 21, 2009

Oher makes four top-10 OTsBig-name wideouts and defensive ends on the move as first round shufflesEmail Print Share By Todd McShay

Scouts Inc.

The winds of change have blown again since last week, when Scouts Inc. overhauled its first-round projection and moved QB Mark Sanchez all the way up to No. 4 overall to Seattle. This time, receivers and offensive tackles are the story.

Our seven-round mock draft has big names on the move, including OT Michael Oher elbowing his way into the top 10 and WR Michael Crabtree nearly falling out. Oher's arrival means that four of the top 10 picks in this projection are offensive tackles, including three of the top six, while Crabtree has been passed in this mock draft by Jeremy Maclin.

The shuffling at the top will create a ripple effect down the draft board with several teams ignoring needs to take the best available prospect, and one in particular reaching to fill a big need in the middle of the first round.

With all that in mind, here is Scouts Inc.'s complete seven-round projection, which will undergo some tweaking Friday on the eve of the draft:

1. Detroit Lions (Record: 0-16): Matthew Stafford, QB, Georgia

Top three needs: QB, LOT, DE

Stafford is the very clear choice for Detroit. Among the three players the Lions have said they are negotiating with, Stafford is at the top, Jason Smith would be the next choice if negotiations with Stafford break down, and Curry is a long shot. The Lions definitely want a deal in place with the top pick before the draft, and they definitely hope it's with Stafford.

2. St. Louis Rams (2-14): Jason Smith, OT, Baylor

Top three needs: OT, WR, MLB

Smith has the athleticism and tenacity of a premiere starting left tackle, which is priority No. 1 for St. Louis after it parted ways with Orlando Pace during the offseason. If Smith is on the board, it's hard to imagine the Rams going in any other direction.

3. Kansas City Chiefs (2-14): Aaron Curry, LB, Wake Forest

Top three needs: Rush LB, DT, 3-4 DL

Here's where it starts to get interesting. This pick is suddenly much more valuable given the fact that Sanchez is projected to come off the board at No. 4, but it remains to be seen whether any team will pay the huge price it would take to get ahead of Seattle. Curry is without question the best available player, but does he fit what the Chiefs are looking to do defensively as they move to a 3-4 look? I think Curry is just as valuable inside in a 3-4 as he is outside in a 4-3, but the one thing they don't get for certain is an impact pass-rusher off the edge. I think Kansas City goes with Curry, but if the Chiefs go in a different direction it will likely be OT Eugene Monroe.

4. Seattle Seahawks (4-12): Mark Sanchez, QB, USC

Top three needs: OLB, OT, S

The Seahawks are clearly looking for the heir apparent to current starter Matt Hasselbeck, who has dealt with nagging injuries recently but likely has two or three more years in him. There are also questions about stud LT Walter Jones, who is coming off a serious knee injury, but selecting Sanchez will allow Seattle to eventually hand the reins from one franchise quarterback to another.

5. Cleveland Browns (4-12): B.J. Raji, DT, Boston College

Top three needs: OLB, WR, CB

Raji is the best player on the board at this point and would provide the Browns with a stout nose tackle in their 4-4 defense. He has the size and strength to anchor against double-teams in the running game and the burst and quickness to collapse the pocket and get to the quarterback as a pass-rusher.

6. Cincinnati Bengals (4-11-1): Eugene Monroe, OT, Virginia

Top three needs: OT, C, RB

Monroe is the best pure pass-blocker in the draft and he makes sense for a team that has had trouble staying healthy up front and has invested significant money in QB Carson Palmer.

7. Oakland Raiders (5-11): Jeremy Maclin, WR, Missouri

Top three needs: OT, WR, DT

We rate Crabtree as the top receiver in the 2009 draft, but Raiders owner Al Davis is in love with speed and gives Maclin the edge here. Maclin is one of the most explosive players in the draft and fills one of Oakland's biggest needs, and while he is a bit raw as a receiver and route-runner his speed is impressive and he can also contribute in the return game.

8. Jacksonville Jaguars (5-11): Michael Crabtree, WR, Texas Tech

Top three needs: WR, CB, DT

There has been a lot of talk in recent weeks about the Jaguars trading out of this spot and giving another team a shot at Sanchez, but with Sanchez slotted fourth in this projection that scenario is out. Crabtree offers great value and a good fit here with his blend of size, hands and body control, and he would give QB David Garrard a legitimate weapon on the outside.

9. Green Bay Packers (6-10): Andre Smith, OT, Alabama

Top three needs: 3-4 OLB, 3-4 DL, OT

We've had DE/OLB hybrids Aaron Maybin and Brian Orakpo in this spot recently but they are sliding a bit. Smith makes sense here because Packers OTs Mark Tauscher and Chad Clifton are aging and have dealt with injury, and Smith has bounced back from the disastrous start to his pre-draft preparation and now offers good value here.

10. San Francisco 49ers (7-9): Michael Oher, OT, Mississippi

Top three needs: ROT, QB, S

The 49ers want a right tackle who can step in and contribute right away and Oher is a mauler as a run blocker who could do just that. The team would like to move current LT Joe Staley back to the right side, and this scenario will allow Oher to get used to blitz pickups and the speed of the NFL game before moving to the left side.

11. Buffalo Bills (7-9): Brian Orakpo, DE/OLB, Texas

Top three needs: Rush DE, C/G, TE

Orakpo is the top-rated DE/OLB hybrid in this draft and we think he is a better fit at end in a 4-3 alignment, which makes him a great fit for the Bills. His strength and burst off the edge will be a welcome addition for a defense that got only three combined sacks from Chris Kelsay and Aaron Schobel last season.

12. Denver Broncos (8-8): Tyson Jackson, DE, LSU

Top three needs: QB, NT, 3-4 DE

The interesting thing with Denver is that on paper, the Broncos need a quarterback. But even if Sanchez were to fall to the Broncos here I don't expect them to pull the trigger. This pick is all about the D-line for the Broncos. If Raji somehow slips, they'll cash in and grab him. If not, Denver will take the best five-technique DE (interior DE in a 3-4) in this year's class.

13. Washington Redskins (8-8): Aaron Maybin, DE, Penn State

Top three needs: DE, ROT, strong side LB

There are three angles with the Redskins and this pick. One, if Sanchez falls, they take him. Two, they could mortgage their future and send draft picks to move up to take Sanchez. I'm not convinced they'll do it, but it certainly wouldn't be against owner Dan Snyder's style. Third, assuming Sanchez is gone, they go either with an offensive tackle or a defensive end. In this case, Maybin is the best value on the board between those two positions and his quickness and agility off the edge would give the Redskins versatility at the position opposite Andre Carter.

14. New Orleans Saints (8-8): Malcolm Jenkins, CB, Ohio State

Top three needs: OLB, FS, RB

The Saints have been rumored to have their eye on Jenkins' former teammate Beanie Wells, but Jenkins is the safer pick here. He has has the versatility to play both corner and safety but would fit best at free safety on a New Orleans defense that is in desperate need of playmakers on the back end.

15. Houston Texans (8-8): Robert Ayers, DE, Tennessee

Top three needs: SS, NT, rush DE

Ayers is a one-year wonder but he has good size and can get p the field after the quarterback. Adding him to the mix with DE Mario Williams and DT Amobi Okoye would present big problems for opposing protection schemes.

16. San Diego Chargers (8-8): Chris "Beanie" Wells, RB, Ohio State

Top three needs: ROT, RG, SS

The running back situation in San Diego is not as good as you might think. LaDainian Tomlinson has dealt with nagging injuries recently Darren Sproles was given the franchise tag during the offseason and Michael Bennett is an aging backup who won't carry much of the load, so this is a good luxury pick for the Chargers. Wells would provide them with a big back who can keep Tomlinson fresh and allow Sproles to remain in a complementary role, and he would also provide some certainty for the future.

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17. New York Jets (9-7): Josh Freeman, QB, Kansas State

Top three needs: QB, WR, TE

The price to move up and get Sanchez is likely too steep for the Jets now that Sanchez is projected to go No. 4 overall, and there are enough questions about speedy wideouts Darrius Heyward-Bey and Percy Harvin to take them here. Freeman would definitely be a reach at this point given questions about his instincts and consistency, but his size and rifle arm could be enough to overshadow any concerns and push the Jets to make a desperation move. Quarterback talent drops off significantly after Freeman and at this point he is New York's best chance to fill that need.

18. Denver Broncos (from 9-7 CHI) (8-8): Everette Brown, DE, Florida State

Top three needs: QB, NT, 3-4 DE

The Broncos will look to continue to upgrade their defensive front seven with this pick, and Brown could help fill out the rotation of perimeter pass-rushers. The wild card here could be a running back. If Beanie Wells starts to fall, the Broncos could look to take advantage and snag the Ohio State running back because he's a perfect fit for Denver's zone-blocking scheme.

19. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (9-7): Brian Cushing, OLB, USC

Top three needs: QB, DT, OLB

Cushing is not the most fluid outside linebacker but he is physical in coverage and has the speed and instincts to play in coverage in the Tampa 2 system, playing a role similar to the departed Derrick Brooks.

20. Detroit Lions (from 9-7 DAL) (0-16): Peria Jerry, DT, Mississippi

Top three needs: QB, LOT, DE

New coach Jim Schwartz will rotate his defensive lineman throughout a game and current DTs Grady Jackson and Chuck Darby are on the down side of their careers. Jerry would fit well in that rotation as a one-gap penetrator who can create havoc in the middle.

21. Philadelphia Eagles (9-6-1): Knowshon Moreno, RB, Georgia

Top three needs: OT, WR, RB

The Eagles can go three directions with these two picks: Offensive tackle seems to be priority No. 1, followed by running back and tight end. Thing is, Moreno is just such a better value that he could make them skip over OT here. Moreno's versatility makes him a good fit in Philly as the short-term complement to Brian Westbrook and long-term replacement for him.

22. Minnesota Vikings (10-6): Darrius Heyward-Bey, WR, Maryland

Top three needs: QB, ROT, C

There are questions about Heyward-Bey's route-running and hands, but he was the fastest player at the combine and his speed would provide a downfield threat for an offense that needs to prevent defenses from ganging up on RB Adrian Peterson.

23. New England Patriots (11-5): Clay Matthews, OLB, USC

Top three needs: OLB, strongside ILB, CB

If Jenkins falls, don't be surprised to see the Patriots take advantage of that and select him. His versatility fits perfectly in New England. But if he's not there, Matthews has 'Patriots' written all over him. Matthews' best football is still ahead of him, he has great NFL bloodlines, he can play multiple roles on defense, and he will be a special-teams demon from day one.

24. Atlanta Falcons (11-5): Brandon Pettigrew, TE, Oklahoma State

Top three needs: DT/NT, OLB, S

Atlanta really wants to target defense with this draft, but there isn't a player close to Pettigrew's value at this point. Assuming the Falcons don't bring in a veteran between now and the draft, they have to go with the only first-round TE in this year's class if he's available.

25. Miami Dolphins (11-5): Vontae Davis, CB, Illinois

Top three needs: CB, WR, NT

Davis is perhaps the best cover corner in the draft and a top-15 talent but he has fallen a bit due to concerns about his work ethic and consistency. Still, me makes perfect sense for a team that made the playoffs last year but needs a playmaker in the defensive secondary. Davis is a great value at this point, and on a team with strong leadership in the front office and the locker room character concerns are not as significant as they might be for other teams.

26. Baltimore Ravens (11-5): Kenny Britt, WR, Rutgers

Top three needs: WR, CB, ILB

Britt is the perfect fit in Baltimore with his combination of size, hands and better-than-expected top-end speed. He would provide another reliable option for QB Joe Flacco and add to a receiving corps that has struggled to stay healthy and counts on big contributions from aging veteran Derrick Mason.

27. Indianapolis Colts (12-4): Percy Harvin, WR, Florida

Top three needs: DT, WR, OLB

The Colts are most likely to use this pick on a defensive tackle or wide receiver, and while WR Hakeem Nicks is worth the pick he does not have the type of speed that Indy looks for in its pass-catchers. That means Harvin is the pick, and questions about his durability and attitude are worth the risk at this point in the first round.

28. Buffalo Bills (from 12-4 CAR through Philadelphia) (7-9): Eben Britton, OT, Arizona

Top three needs: OT, WR, RB

Buffalo traded away Jason Peters to get this pick and Britton will help fill the void left by Peters' departure. Britton has good size and good feet and will fit in nicely with the Bills' offense.

29. New York Giants (12-4): Hakeem Nicks, WR, North Carolina

Top three needs: WR, strongside LB, OT

There's a lot of speculation about Braylon Edwards being traded to the Giants, which would cost New York this pick. But there hasn't been a deal yet, and if the Giants hold on to this pick and don't bring in a veteran, Nicks is a no-brainer. He's big, has exceptional hand-eye coordination and is ready to contribute for Eli Manning right now.

30. Tennessee Titans (13-3): Rey Maualuga, ILB, USC

Top three needs: WR, DT, MLB

Tennessee's biggest need is at wide receiver, but that's been the Titans' biggest need for the past half-dozen years and they haven't used a first-round pick on a receiver yet, so why start now? The Titans would like to move Stephen Tulloch to the outside where his lack of size is not as much of an issue, and Maualuga would give them a big, downhill thumper who can stop the run in the middle and showed underrated pass-rush skills at the Senior Bowl.

31. Arizona Cardinals (9-7): Donald Brown, RB, Connecticut

Top three needs: RB, OLB, LOT

Brown lacks exceptional breakaway speed, but he's instinctive, tough and versatile enough to contribute on all three downs in the NFL right now. Arizona doesn't have to take a running back here, but it would be wise to take advantage of Brown being there, especially with an aging Edgerrin James and a still-unproven Tim Hightower as the only two backs on the roster.

32. Pittsburgh Steelers (12-4): Max Unger, C, Oregon

Top three needs: OT, CB, 3-4 DE

Cornerback could be a possibility here, and Alphonso Smith, despite his lack of ideal size and top-end speed, has the playmaking skills and toughness to fit well in Pittsburgh. But this is the time for the Steelers to develop young talent along the offensive line, and Unger's size, strength and versatility are better-suited for what Pittsburgh looks for in an offensive lineman and give him a slight edge over Alex Mack and Eric Wood.

Round 2

Pick Team Player Position School

1. (33) Detroit Lions Larry English DE/OLB Northern Illinois

2. (34) New England (from Kansas City) Darius Butler CB Connecticut

3. (35) St. Louis Rams James Laurinaitis ILB Ohio State

4. (36) Cleveland Browns Paul Kruger* OLB Utah

5. (37) Seattle Seahawks William Beatty OT Connecticut

6. (38) Cincinnati Bengals Eric Wood C Louisville

7. (39) Jacksonville Jaguars Alphonso Smith CB Wake Forest

8. (40) Oakland Raiders Evander Hood DT Missouri

9. (41) Green Bay Packers Connor Barwin OLB Cincinnati

10. (42) Buffalo Bills Alex Mack C California

11. (43) San Francisco 49ers Louis Delmas S Western Michigan

12. (44) Miami Dolphins (from Washington) Mohamed Massaquoi WR Georgia

13. (45) New York Giants (from New Orleans) Clint Sintim SLB Texas Tech

14. (46) Houston Texans William Moore S Missouri

15. (47) New England Patriots (from San Diego) Rashad Johnson S Alabama

16. (48) Denver Broncos Ron Brace NT Boston College

17. (49) Chicago Bears Derrick Williams WR Penn State

18. (50) Cleveland Browns (from Tampa Bay) LeSean McCoy* RB Pittsburgh

19. (51) Dallas Cowboys Patrick Chung SS Oregon

20. (52) New York Jets Brandon Tate WR North Carolina

21. (53) Philadelphia Eagles Cornelius Ingram TE Florida

22. (54) Minnesota Vikings Phil Loadholt OT Oklahoma

23. (55) Atlanta Falcons Jarron Gilbert DT San Jose State

24. (56) Miami Dolphins Lawrence Sidbury DE Richmond

25. (57) Baltimore Ravens Sean Smith* CB Utah

26. (58) New England Patriots Cody Brown OLB Connecticut

27. (59) Carolina Panthers Michael Johnson DE Georgia Tech

28. (60) New York Giants Andre Brown RB NC State

29. (61) Indianapolis Colts Sen'Derrick Marks DT Auburn

30. (62) Tennessee Titans Andy Levitre OG/OT Oregon State

31. (63) Arizona Cardinals David Veikune DE Hawaii

32. (64) Pittsburgh Steelers D.J. Moore* CB Vanderbilt

Round 3

Pick Team Player Position School

1. (65) Detroit Lions Shawn Nelson TE Southern Miss.

2. (66) St. Louis Rams Brian Robiskie WR Ohio State

3. (67) Kansas City Chiefs Fili Moala DL USC

4. (68) Seattle Seahawks Sherrod Martin DB Troy

5. (69) Dallas Cowboys (from Cleveland) Asher Allen* CB Georgia

6. (70) Cincinnati Bengals Jared Cook* TE South Carolina

7. (71) Oakland Raiders Jamon Meredith OT South Carolina

8. (72) Jacksonville Jaguars Pat White WR West Virginia

9. (73) Green Bay Packers Jairus Byrd CB Oregon

10. (74) San Francisco 49ers Sebastian Vollmer OT Houston

11. (75) Bufalo Bills Alex Magee DT Purdue

12. (76) New York Jets (from New Orleans) Shonn Greene* RB Iowa

13. (77) Houston Texans Glen Coffee* RB Alabama

14. (78) San Diego Chargers Duke Robinson G Oklahoma

15. (79) Denver Broncos Jasper Brinkley ILB South Carolina

16. (80) Washington Redskins Troy Kropog OT Tulane

17. (81) Tampa Bay Buccaneers Donald Washington* CB Ohio State

18. (82) Detroit Lions (from Dallas) Kevin Barnes CB Maryland

19. (83) Green Bay Packers (from N.Y. Jets) James Casey* TE Rice

20. (84) Denver Broncos (from Chicago) Chip Vaughn SS Wake Forest

21. (85) Philadelphia Eagles Brooks Foster WR North Carolina

22. (86) Minnesota Vikings Coye Francies CB San Jose State

23. (87) Miami Dolphins Tyronne Green G Auburn

24. (88) Baltimore Ravens Jason Phillips ILB TCU

25. (89) New England Patriots Gerald Cadogan OT Penn State

26. (90) Atlanta Falcons Tyrone McKenzie OLB South Florida

27. (91) New York Giants Chase Coffman TE Missouri

28. (92) Indianapolis Colts Marcus Freeman OLB Ohio State

29. (93) Carolina Panthers Ricky Jean-Francois* DT LSU

30. (94) Tennessee Titans Michael Bennett DE Texas A&M

31. (95) Arizona Cardinals Brandon Williams* DE Texas Tech

32. (96) Pittsburgh Steelers Mike Thomas WR Arizona

33. (97) New England Patriots (Compensatory) Cedric Peerman RB Virginia

34. (98) Cincinnati Bengals (Compensatory) Jeremiah Johnson RB Oregon

35. (99) Chicago Bears (Compensatory) Corvey Irvin DT Georgia

36. (100) New York Giants (Compensatory) Antoine Caldwell C Alabama

Round 4

Pick Team Player Position School

1. (101) Dallas Cowboys (from Detroit) Louis Murphy WR Florida

2. (102) Kansas City Chiefs Kraig Urbik OG Wisconsin

3. (103) St. Louis Rams Mike Goodson RB Texas A&M

4. (104) Cleveland Browns Chris Clemons FS Clemson

5. (105) Seattle Seahawks Kaluka Maiava OLB USC

6. (106) Cincinnati Bengals Victor Harris CB Virginia Tech

7. (107) Jacksonville Jaguars Terrance Taylor DT Michigan

8. (108) Oakland Raiders Darcel McBath DS Texas Tech

9. (109) Green Bay Packers Kyle Moore DE USC

10. (110) Buffalo Bills Cameron Morrah* TE Cal

11. (111) San Francisco 49ers Kenny McKinley WR South Carolina

12. (112) Houston Texans Cary Harris DC USC

13. (113) San Diego Chargers T.J. Lang OT Eastern Michigan

14. (114) Denver Broncos C.J. Spillman DS Marshall

15. (115) New York Jets (from Washington) Richard Quinn* TE North Carolina

16. (116) New Orleans Saints Dorell Scott DT Clemson

17. (117) Dallas Cowboys Herman Johnson OG LSU

18. (118) New Orleans Saints (from N.Y. Jets) Jonathan Casillas WLB Wisconsin

19. (119) Chicago Bears Captain Munnerlyn* DC South Carolina

20. (120) Tampa Bay Buccaneers Roy Miller DT Texas

21. (121) Philadelphia Eagles Mike Mickens DC Cincinnati

22. (122) Houston Texans (from Minnesota) Augustus Parrish OT Kent State

23. (123) Baltimore Ravens Sammie Lee Hill DT Stillman

24. (124) New England Patriots Darry Beckwith ILB LSU

25. (125) Atlanta Falcons Fenuki Tupou OT Oregon

26. (126) Oakland Raiders (from Miami) Mitch King DE Iowa

27. (127) Indianapolis Colts Travis Beckum TE Wisconsin

28. (128) Carolina Panthers Demetrius Byrd WR LSU

29. (129) New York Giants Emanuel Cook* DS South Carolina

30. (130) Tennessee Titans Keenan Lewis DC Oregon State

31. (131) Arizona Cardinals Lydon Murtha OT Nebraska

32. (132) Pittsburgh Steelers Xavier Fulton OT Illinois

33. (133) San Diego Chargers (Compensatory) Jarett Dillard WR Rice

34. (134) San Diego Chargers (Compensatory) Michael Hamlin SS Clemson

35. (135) Tennessee Titans (Compensatory) Myron Pryor DT Kentucky

36. (136) Indianapolis Colts (Compensatory) Kory Sheets RB Purdue

Round 5

Pick Team Player Position School

1. (137) Seattle Seahawks Javon Ringer RB Michigan State

2. (138) St. Louis Rams Juaquin Iglesias WR Oklahoma

3. (139) Kansas City Chiefs Cornelius Lewis OT Tennessee State

4. (140) Chicago Bears (from Denver through Seattle) Courtney Greene SS Rutgers

5. 141 Philadelphia Eagles (from Cleveland) Nic Harris OLB Oklahoma

6. 142 Cincinnati Bengals Matt Shaughnessy DE Wisconsin

7. (143) Atlanta Falcons (from Oakland) Jerraud Powers* DC Auburn

8. (144) Jacksonville Jaguars Brian Hoyer QB Michigan State

9. (145) Green Bay Packers David Bruton SS Notre Dame

10. (146) San Francisco 49ers James Davis RB Clemson

11. (147) Buffalo Bills Kevin Ellison OLB USC

12. (148) San Diego Chargers Scott McKillop ILB Pittsburgh

13. (149) Denver Broncos Rashad Jennings RB Liberty

14. (150) Washington Redskins Dannell Ellerbe SLB Georgia

15. (151) New York Giants (from New Orleans) Jason Watkins OT Florida

16. (152) Houston Texans DeAndre Levy OLB Wisconsin

17. (153) Philadelphia Eagles (from N.Y. Jets) Curtis Taylor SS LSU

18. (154) Chicago Bears Jonathan Luigs OC Arkansas

19. (155) Tampa Bay Buccaneers Sammie Stroughter WR Oregon State

20. (156) Dallas Cowboys Zach Follett OLB Cal

21. (157) Philadelphia Eagles Brandon Gibson WR Washington State

22. (158) Minnesota Vikings Ladarius Webb CB Nichols State

23. (159) New England Patriots Khalif Mitchell DT East Carolina

24. (160) Atlanta Falcons Louis Vasquez OG Texas Tech

25. (161) Miami Dolphins John Phillips TE Virginia

26. (162) Baltimore Ravens Victor Butler OLB Oregon State

27. (163) Carolina Panthers Anthony Hill TE N.C. State

28. (164) New York Giants Ashlee Palmer OLB Ole Miss

29. (165) Indianapolis Colts Brandon Underwood DC Cincinnati

30. (166) Dallas Cowboys (from Tennessee) Pannel Egboh DE Stanford

31. (167) Arizona Cardinals Lee Robinson OLB Alcorn State

32. (168) Pittsburgh Steelers Demonte' Bolden DT Tennessee

33. (169) Pittsburgh Steelers (Compensatory) Glover Quinn FS New Mexico

34. (170) New England Patriots (Compensatory) Johnnie Knox WR Abilene Christian

35. (171) San Francisco 49ers (Compensatory) Ryan Mouton DC Hawaii

36. (172) Dallas Cowboys (Compensatory) Alex Boone OT Ohio State

37. (173) Tennessee Titans (Compensatory) Vance Walker DT Georgia Tech

Round 6

Pick Team Player Position School

1. (174) Detroit Lions Andrew Gardner OT Georgia Tech

2. (175) Kansas City Chiefs Ramses Barden WR Cal Poly

3. (176) St. Louis Rams Kevin Ogletree WR Virginia

4. (177) Cleveland Browns Tiquan Underwood WR Rutgers

5. (178) Seattle Seahawks Trevor Canfield OG Cincinnati

6. (179) Cincinnati Bengals Rhett Bomar QB Sam Houston State

7. (180) Jacksonville Jaguars Greg Isdaner OG West Virginia

8. (181) Oakland Raiders Tony Fiammetta FB Syracuse

9. (182) Green Bay Packers Worrell Williams ILB Cal

10. (183) Buffalo Bills Nate Davis QB Ball State

11. (184) San Francisco 49ers Anthony Parker OG Tennessee

12. (185) Denver Broncos Hunter Cantwell QB Louisville

13. (186) Washington Redskins Matt Slauson OG Nebraska

14. (187) Green Bay Packers (from New Orleans) Ramon Foster OT Tennessee

15. (188) Houston Texans Stephen McGee QB Texas A&M

16. (189) San Diego Chargers Marlon Favorite NT LSU

17. (190) Chicago Bears Joel Bell OT Furman

18. (191) Tampa Bay Buccaneers Will Davis DE Illinois

19. (192) Detroit Lions (from Dallas) Gerald McRath MLB Southern Miss

20. (193) New York Jets Robert Brewster OT Ball State

21. (194) Philadelphia Eagles Ryan Palmer CB Texas

22. (195) Philadelphia Eagles (from Minnesota) Seth Olsen OT Iowa

23. (196) Atlanta Falcons Troy Nolan S Arizona State

24. (197) Dallas Cowboys (from Miami) Josh Mauga ILB Nevada

25. (198) Baltimore Ravens Deon Butler WR Penn State

26. (199) New England Patriots Jacob Ingram LS Hawaii

27. (200) New York Giants Don Carey CB Norfolk State

28. (201) Indianapolis Colts Garrett Reynolds OT North Carolina

29. (202) Carolina Panthers Andy Kemp OG Wisconsin

30. (203) Tennessee Titans Arian Foster RB Tennessee

31. (204) Arizona Cardinals Bear Pascoe TE Fresno State

32. (205) Pittsburgh Steelers Ellis Lankster CB West Virginia

33. (206) Tennessee Titans (compensatory) Austin Collie WR BYU

34. (207) New England Patriots (compensatory) Brannan Southerland FB Georgia

35. (208) Dallas Cowboys (compensatory) Mike Wallace WR Mississippi

36. (209) Cincinnati Bengals (compensatory) George Hypolite DT Colorado

Round 7

Pick Team Player Position School

1. (210) Dallas Cowboys Terrance Knighton NT Temple

2. (211) St. Louis Rams Brandon Long DE Michigan State

3. (212) Kansas City Chiefs Chris Owens DB San Jose State

4. (213) Seattle Seahawks Ian Campbell DE Kansas State

5. (214) Miami Dolphins (from Cleveland) Devin Moore RB Wyoming

6. (215) Cincinnati Bengals Quan Cosby WR Texas

7. (216) Oakland Raiders A. Q. Shipley C Penn State

8. (217) Tampa Bay Buccaneers (from Jacksonville) Jose Valdez OT Arkansas

9. (218) Green Bay Packers Brandon Hughes CB Oregon State

10. (219) San Francisco 49ers Tom Brandstater QB Fresno State

11. (220) Buffalo Bills Andrew Means WR Indiana

12. (221) Minnesota Vikings (from Washington) Dan Gronkowski TE Maryland

13. (222) New Orleans Saints P.J. Hill RB Wisconsin

14. (223) Houston Texans Stephen Hodge OLB TCU

15. (224) San Diego Chargers Deangelo Smith CB Cincinnati

16. (225) Denver Broncos Travis Bright OG BYU

17. (226) Pittsburgh Steelers (from Tampa Bay) John Parker Wilson QB Alabama

18. (227) Dallas Cowboys Roger Allen OG Missouri Western

19. (228) New York Jets Cedric Dockery OG Texas

20. (229) Tampa Bay Buccaneers (from Chicago) Moise Fokou OLB Maryland

21. (230) Philadelphia Eagles Henry Melton DE Texas

22. (231) Minnesota Vikings Clinton McDonald DT Memphis

23. (232) Jacksonville Jaguars (from Miami) Aaron Brown RB TCU

24. (233) Tampa Bay Buccaneers (from Baltimore) Morgan Trent CB Michigan

25. (234) New England Patriots Jared Bronson TE Central Washington

26. (235) Denver Broncos (from Atlanta) George Bussey OT Louisville

27. (236) Indianapolis Colts Edwin Williams OG Maryland

28. (237) Miami Dolphins (from Carolina) Domonique Johnson CB Jackson State

29. (238) New York Giants Chris Baker DE Hampton

30. (239) Tennessee Titans William Johnson DE Michigan

31. (240) Arizona Cardinals Darius Passmore WR Marshall

32. (241) Pittsburgh Steelers Javarris Williams RB Tennessee State

33. (242) Tennessee Titans (compensatory) Quinn Johnson FB LSU

34. (243) Washington Redskins (compensatory) Graham Harrell QB Texas Tech

35. (244) San Francisco 49ers (compensatory) Derek Walker DE Illinois

36. (245) Seattle Seahawks (compensatory) Brian Hartline WR Ohio State

37. (246) Chicago Bears (compensatory) Mortty Ivy OLB West Virginia

38. (247) Seattle Seahawks (compensatory) Jamarca Sanford S Mississippi

39. (248) Seattle Seahawks Ra'Shon Harris DT Oregon

40. (249) Cincinnati Bengals (compensatory) Antonio Appleby MLB Virginia

41. (250) Jacksonville Jaguars (compensatory) Robert Francois ILB Boston College

42. (251) Chicago Bears (compensatory) Phillip Hunt DE Houston

43. (252) Cincinnati Bengals (compensatory) Anthony Felder OLB Cal

44. (253) Jacksonville Jaguars (compensatory) Bruce Johnson CB Miami

45. (254) Arizona Cardinals (compensatory) C.J. Davis OG Pittsburgh

46. (255) Detroit Lions (compensatory) Marko Mitchell WR Nevada

47. (256) Kansas City Chiefs (compensatory) Lendy Holmes S Oklahoma

Todd McShay is the director of college football scouting for Scouts Inc. He has been evaluating prospects for the NFL draft since 1998.

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I will admit to not too much about many of the players he has going to Atlanta, but I definitely wouldn't mind postions being addressed in that order.

After a brief look, Gilbert seems like an obvious UT, and not really what we should be looking for in a DT in the 2nd.

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they dont have the 5 and 6 round picks swapped with st louis

thats the first thing i noticed as well.

I know you like it especially since he picked Jarron Gilbert, but it is pretty good, excpet i dont know how he would give us Gilbert over Michael JOhnson.

probably because mcshay doesnt think much of MJ as a prospect. :P not everyone loves him like you do jaymadd.

all in all... its not that bad. im not a big gilbert fan but where we got him was fair value, pettigrew in round 1 is ok with me, id prefer english. mckenzie in round 3 is alright with me, tupou in round 4 would be great, i dont think he will last that long though.

-Mr. Offseason

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thats the first thing i noticed as well.

probably because mcshay doesnt think much of MJ as a prospect. :P not everyone loves him like you do jaymadd.

all in all... its not that bad. im not a big gilbert fan but where we got him was fair value, pettigrew in round 1 is ok with me, id prefer english. mckenzie in round 3 is alright with me, tupou in round 4 would be great, i dont think he will last that long though.

-Mr. Offseason

Well regardless if Mcshay doesnt like him or not. I feel like Mj adds more value than an undersized DT, who wont be much better than what we have now with JA98, I dont see a big difference between JA98 and Gilbert. I just think that MJ would have more of an impact than Gilbert, besides i dont think that Gilbert will add much value in the pass or run game compared to what we have now. :D:lol:

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Well regardless if Mcshay doesnt like him or not. I feel like Mj adds more value than an undersized DT, who wont be much better than what we have now with JA98, I dont see a big difference between JA98 and Gilbert. I just think that MJ would have more of an impact than Gilbert, besides i dont think that Gilbert will add much value in the pass or run game compared to what we have now. :D:lol:

your argument against mcshay having MJ go after gilbert is that you like MJ more than gilbert. :lol:

its mcshays mock so it does matter what he thinks, your mock will have MJ going #24 if not higher.

-Mr. Offseason

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your argument against mcshay having MJ go after gilbert is that you like MJ more than gilbert. :lol:

its mcshays mock so it does matter what he thinks, your mock will have MJ going #24 if not higher.

-Mr. Offseason

You are right it is his mock, but he sucked on that pick, even if it is his mock. :lol::lol:

Thanks for pointing that out Off-Season :lol:

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would love to trade down to 40-42 and go something like

2nd- Louis Delmas SS

2nd- Micheal Johnson DE

3rd- Jairus Byrd CB

3rd- Chase Coffman TE

4th- Myron Pryor DT (prefer to move up and get miller or lee hill)

5th- Dannell Ellerbe SLB

5th- Jonathan Luigs C

6th- Gerald McGrath WLB

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Yeah, from what I'm seeing Gilbert is a second round Anderson

That is how i feel too, i just dont feel like he would bring anything different from the current players we already have on our team. He would not be an upgrade and JA98 is probably better against the run compared to Gilbert.

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No Safety till round six Decoud better be ready. Would love to get Sean Smith or Sidbury but Gilberts cool. Loads of talent in the second and third we need to trade down.

You don't draft a S in the 3rd round with the intention of going back and drafting another unproven one with no familiarity with the system a year later. DeCoud will start and DeCoud will be fine!

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