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1. Houston Texans (2-14): +Reggie Bush, RB, USC

2. New Orleans Saints (3-13): Matt Leinart, QB, USC

3. Tennessee Titans (4-12): D'Brickashaw Ferguson, OT, Virginia

4. New York Jets (4-12): +Vince Young, QB, Texas

5. Green Bay Packers (4-12): A.J. Hawk, OLB, Ohio State

6. x-Oakland Raiders (4-12): Demeco Ryans, OLB, Alabama

7. x-San Francisco 49ers (4-12): Jimmy Williams, DC, Virginia Tech

8. Buffalo Bills (5-11): +Haloti Ngata, NT, Oregon

9. Detroit Lions (5-11): Jay Cutler, QB, Vanderbilt

10. Arizona Cardinals (5-11): +Mario Williams, DE, N.C. State

11. St. Louis Rams (6-10): +Vernon Davis, TE, Maryland

12. Cleveland Browns (6-10): Mathias Kiwanuka, DE, Boston College

13. Baltimore Ravens (6-10): DeAngelo Williams, RB, Memphis

14. Philadelphia Eagles (6-10): +Santonio Holmes, WR, Ohio State

15. Atlanta Falcons (8-8): Chad Greenway, OLB, Iowa

16. Miami Dolphins (9-7): Michael Huff, DB, Texas

17. Minnesota Vikings (9-7): +Laurence Maroney, RB, Minnesota

18. Dallas Cowboys (9-7): Derek Hagan, WR, Arizona State

19. San Diego Chargers (9-7): Marcus McNeill, OT, Auburn

20. Kansas City Chiefs (10-6): Orien Harris, DT, Miami-Fla.

21. *-New England Patriots (10-6): Paul Posluszny, OLB, Penn State

22. *-Denver Broncos (10-6): Tamba Hali, DE, Penn State

Pick acquired from Washington Redskins

23. *-Carolina Panthers (11-5): Claude Wroten, DT, LSU

24. *-Tampa Bay Buccaneers (11-5): +Gaines Adams, DE, Clemson

25. *-Chicago Bears (11-5): Marcedes Lewis, TE, UCLA

26. *-Cincinnati Bengals (11-5): Brodrick Bunkley, DT, Florida State

27. *-New York Giants (11-5): Sinorice Moss, WR, Miami-Fla.

28. *-Pittsburgh Steelers (11-5): +LenDale White, RB, USC

29. *-Jacksonville Jaguars (12-4): Elvis Dumervil, DE, Louisville

30. *-Seattle Seahawks (13-3): Thomas Howard, OLB, UTEP

31. *-Denver Broncos (13-3): +Leonard Pope, TE, Georgia

32. *-Indianapolis Colts (14-2): Eric Winston, OT, Miami-Fla.

 

* - Still to be determined by playoffs

x - Still to be determined by coin flip

+ - Underclassman

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Bears getting Mercedes would be great.. Greenway going around 15 was my guess. Whoever gets Abdul Hodge in the 2nd will be happy.

 

 

He will be next season's Odell Thurman.

 

I don't know anything about this Bunkley guy, but he plays defensive tackle, so I approve.

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21. *-New England Patriots (10-6): Paul Posluszny, OLB, Penn State

 

 

Maybe not pending his injury results.. If the injury turns out to be a minor one and the pats get him I will be pissed..

 

I want the Dolphins to go deffense this year. Another LB/some more secondary help would be mighty nice.

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I know the Bucs will be drafting a lineman in the first few rounds, I've just been under the impression it would be offensive in the first. Most of the guys I want them to get look like thye wil be around in the 2nd so that is good.

 

Lendale White to Pittsburgh is one of the best picks in there.

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1. Houston Texans (2-14): +Reggie Bush, RB, USC thumbs up

2. New Orleans Saints (3-13): Matt Leinart, QB, USC thumbs up

3. Tennessee Titans (4-12): D'Brickashaw Ferguson, OT, Virginia I dont see them skipping Young, but I like

4. New York Jets (4-12): +Vince Young, QB, Texas AJ most likely would go before Young, cheaper, they are in Cap Hell

5. Green Bay Packers (4-12): A.J. Hawk, OLB, Ohio State Best defensive player in the draft, DROY

6. x-Oakland Raiders (4-12): Demeco Ryans, OLB, Alabama Way way way too high They need a NT see Ngata a few picks later

7. x-San Francisco 49ers (4-12): Jimmy Williams, DC, Virginia Tech Good pick, their biggest weakness

8. Buffalo Bills (5-11): +Haloti Ngata, NT, Oregon Fills a need for them

9. Detroit Lions (5-11): Jay Cutler, QB, Vanderbilt Fills a need for them is a reach, heck you all yelled at me for giving him to the dolphins at 15 lol

10. Arizona Cardinals (5-11): +Mario Williams, DE, N.C. State Wow what a drop, amazing player

11. St. Louis Rams (6-10): +Vernon Davis, TE, Maryland I expect them to take secondary help here. Old Adam is a FA. Expect Huff/Big/Landry here whomever is best.

12. Cleveland Browns (6-10): Mathias Kiwanuka, DE, Boston College Great steal, but they run a 3-4 He is too small to play a DE and too big for OLB. Strange pick. I would go with an OT Joe Thomas or John Scott here

13. Baltimore Ravens (6-10): DeAngelo Williams, RB, Memphis works for me

14. Philadelphia Eagles (6-10): +Santonio Holmes, WR, Ohio State I think they wouldnt take a reciever here again, but whatever.

15. Atlanta Falcons (8-8): Chad Greenway, OLB, Iowa - Good pick, good need and about where he is worth. I wanna see him in the combine could go top 10 or 2nd round depending on there really. But good spot

16. Miami Dolphins (9-7): Michael Huff, DB, Texas - I would do backflips in my boxers, but he will be gone. I dont see Landry in the draft bue he is good here. John Scott LT Texas is missing too, Joe Thomas LT (Junior) is missing. Alot of Tackles seem to have slipped alot. Will take one of them

17. Minnesota Vikings (9-7): +Laurence Maroney, RB, Minnesota - Another back? Didnt they just give one of them an extension. Good player, but they need LB help, Ryans would be good here

18. Dallas Cowboys (9-7): Derek Hagan, WR, Arizona State - I dont think Parcells takes a first round reciever, he takes them later on normally and finds good value later on. Hagan is great but McNeill fills that RT hole and he is his type of lineman

19. San Diego Chargers (9-7): Marcus McNeill, OT, Auburn - flip Hagan to here

20. Kansas City Chiefs (10-6): Orien Harris, DT, Miami-Fla. huge reach for an undertacke that under preformed

21. *-New England Patriots (10-6): Paul Posluszny, OLB, Penn State - I like this kid, wonder if he is gonna be okay. Could be the steal of the draft for Linebackers

22. *-Denver Broncos (10-6): Tamba Hali, DE, Penn State - Another kid I like but really they need DT help and OL folks because they are getting old there. I think Wroten fits them better here

Pick acquired from Washington Redskins

23. *-Carolina Panthers (11-5): Claude Wroten, DT, LSU - Should be gone but solid pick over all

24. *-Tampa Bay Buccaneers (11-5): +Gaines Adams, DE, Clemson - ??? never seen this kid Ever in a top 2-3 rounds of a mock. They need a Left Tackle badly, toss them Winston here and they will be happy or whitworth, Justice, etc..

25. *-Chicago Bears (11-5): Marcedes Lewis, TE, UCLA - Good pick

26. *-Cincinnati Bengals (11-5): Brodrick Bunkley, DT, Florida State - 340 lb DT to the Cincy fan that was wondering. He is a mauler inside and fights off blocks well. Good run stuffer, last night he played great

27. *-New York Giants (11-5): Sinorice Moss, WR, Miami-Fla. - LOL No way in hell he goes this high. He is 3-4-5 rounds. He will run a 4.3 and most likely be a 3rd. But this kid is raw and really unperformed for his tenure at Da U

28. *-Pittsburgh Steelers (11-5): +LenDale White, RB, USC - Good pick

29. *-Jacksonville Jaguars (12-4): Elvis Dumervil, DE, Louisville - Great Tweener

30. *-Seattle Seahawks (13-3): Thomas Howard, OLB, UTEP - Another solid Tweener

31. *-Denver Broncos (13-3): +Leonard Pope, TE, Georgia - they shouldnt be 31 that should be seattle, really strange pick they could use a LT for the future. Their TE isnt that bad, perhaps could be taken as BPA. Secondary Help at Safety is a need too Landry, Blue whomever is out there

32. *-Indianapolis Colts (14-2): Eric Winston, OT, Miami-Fla. - should of been picked already, they could pluck a reciever like demitrius williams (left off), Martin Nance Wr Ohio, etc... really few holes to worry over so could just go for depth.

 

* - Still to be determined by playoffs

x - Still to be determined by coin flip

+ - Underclassman

 

 

 

That is my thoughts on it. Some are huge stretches like Moss, Harris should be in the 2nd or 3rd unless he has an amazing combine. Some players were left off and I dont get why. Perhaps Joe Thomas doesnt come out, but why John Scott LT he is a top 10 talent and a big time position. Watch tonight and see him dominate the USC defensive line.

 

hope wasnt too harsh :) As it is all guesses right now anyways.

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Apparently Young is leaning towards staying.

 

Vince Young hasn't studied the 2006 NFL draft nearly as much as he has the Southern California defense that he will face in the Rose Bowl on Wednesday evening, in a game that will determine the national champion.

 

But the University of Texas quarterback and some of the people advising him about his football future have perused the composition of the top 10 teams in the draft. And the makeup of the top 10, especially the franchises with the first five choices in April, might be enough to convince Young to return to the Longhorns for his senior season in 2006.

 

The Heisman Trophy runner-up, Young has indicated this week that he plans to return to school to complete his eligibility, and sources close to the Texas quarterback confirmed to ESPN.com that he is clearly leaning that way. One reason he would return to Austin, those sources said, is the sense that, despite his enormous potential, Young might not be selected among the top five picks in the NFL lottery.

 

Many of the teams in the top 10 of the draft order have invested heavily on quarterbacks in recent years, and they might not be ready yet to give up on those picks, or inclined to use another high choice on the position. Of the teams in the top five, just one, the New Orleans Saints, who own the second overall pick, have a dire need at quarterback.

 

The New York Jets, with the No. 4 pick, are uncertain about the physical status of starter Chad Pennington, a first-round pick in 2000 who has undergone two shoulder surgeries in less than a year. But the Jets have a considerable financial investment in Pennington and will likely sign a veteran free agent as a contingency plan.

 

Three weeks ago, ESPN.com reported that Young and his family, working within the NCAA guidelines, were determining the process by which the Longhorns standout would meet with potential agents and evaluate suitors seeking to represent him. Key players in the process were Houston attorney Major Adams and Young's former high school coach, Ray Seals. But the process has not moved forward very much in recent weeks, primarily because it appears Young will eschew the 2006 draft.

 

Young has not completely decided against going into the '06 draft, and could revisit the notion, sources said. Notable is that Texas coach Mack Brown has demonstrated a rare ability to keep underclass prospects from bolting early to the professional ranks. Underclass players have until Jan. 15 to petition NFL officials for inclusion in the 2006 draft.

 

No matter how Young performs in the Rose Bowl, he and the people counseling him feel he probably won't move ahead of Matt Leinart, his counterpart from Southern Cal in the game, in the eyes of NFL scouts. League talent evaluators privately harbor some doubts about Leinart, especially over his arm strength, but he is still viewed at this early stage of the draft analysis process as the top senior quarterback prospect.

 

For all his athleticism and play-making skills, there are scouts who acknowledge that Young has some areas of his game, like his release point, that need work and that he would benefit from another college season. There are, however, no guarantees Young will be the top quarterback prospect in the 2007 draft, either, given the presence of Notre Dame star Brady Quinn.

 

Young, 22, has completed 414 of 678 passes in his college career, for 5,773 yards, with 44 touchdown passes and 28 interceptions. He has also run for 2,927 yards and 34 scores on 438 carries.

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i think if they win he is gone and lose then he will stay.

 

If he doesnt come out Cutler becomes a top 10 pick.

 

I disagree. If he wins, the euphoria of repeating will be too much to pass up. If he loses, why would he take a chance at getting hurt next year for the 'hope' of winning 1 ship?

 

And ya, I hope he comes out because Cutler should drop to us if Young/Leinart/Quinn are in.

 

Or not, about quinn.

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Well I"m pretty certain tonight will decide it. If they win, he'll stay...if they lose, he'll leave. ALA Leinart

 

 

I see the reverse, the only reason Leinart stayed in the first place was for a shot at an unprecedented 3-peat. Young isn't looking at anything nearly that historic.

 

If Texas loses, Young wouldn't help his draft position at all, if he wins, it'll probably never be higher.

 

Now, if you want to make the case that he wants to stay so he can be #1 overall next season, I'll listen, but if Texas wins, Young's going pro...I'd bet money on that.

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i think if they win he is gone and lose then he will stay.

 

If he doesnt come out Cutler becomes a top 10 pick.

 

I disagree. If he wins, the euphoria of repeating will be too much to pass up. If he loses, why would he take a chance at getting hurt next year for the 'hope' of winning 1 ship?

 

And ya, I hope he comes out because Cutler should drop to us if Young/Leinart/Quinn are in.

 

Or not, about quinn.

 

No way that Quinn's coming out this year.

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