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Sveen
03-08-2009, 09:18 AM
QB: Matt Ryan, Boston College / Atlanta Falcons (1st)
RB: Jonathan Stewart, Oregon / Carolina Panthers (1st)
FB: Olaniyi Sobomehin, Portland State / New Orleans Saints (UDFA)
WR: Dexter Jackson, Appalachian State / Tampa Bay Buccaneers (2nd)
WR: Harry Douglas, Louisville / Atlanta Falcons (3rd)
TE: Gary Barnidge, Louisville / Carolina Panthers (5th)
LT: Sam Baker, USC / Atlanta Falcons (1st)
LG: Carl Nicks, Nebraska / New Orleans Saints (5th)
C:
RG: Jeremy Zuttah, Rutgers / Tampa Bay Buccaneers (3rd)
RT: Jeff Otah, Pittsburgh / Carolina Panthers (1st)

DE: Kroy Biermann, Montana / Atlanta Falcons (5th)
DT: Sedrick Ellis, USC / New Orleans Saints (1st)
DT: Nick Hayden, Wisconsin / Carolina Panthers (6th)
DE: Hilee Taylor, North Carolina / Carolina Panthers (7th)
OLB: Geno Hayes, Florida State / Tampa Bay Buccaneers (6th)
MLB: Curtis Lofton, Oklahoma / Atlanta Falcons (2nd)
OLB: Jo-Lonn Dunbar, Boston College / New Orleans Saints (UDFA)
CB: Aqib Talib, Kansas / Tampa Bay Buccaneers (1st)
CB: Chevis Jackson, Louisiana State / Atlanta Falcons (3rd)
S: Charles Godfrey, Iowa / Carolina Panthers (3rd)
S: Thomas DeCoud, California / Atlanta Falcons (3rd)

K: Garrett Hartley, Oklahoma / New Orleans Saints (UDFA)
P:
KR: Clifton Smith, Fresno State / Tampa Bay Buccaneers (UDFA)

Thoughts? :)

Chucky
03-08-2009, 01:37 PM
Bucs took Jackson in the second

FML

:(

etk
03-13-2009, 04:39 PM
Surely there's someone you can put on the list ahead of Jackson?

Sveen
03-30-2009, 12:11 PM
Actually there isn't. He was the most productive of the receivers outside of Harry Douglas.

wicket
03-31-2009, 03:27 PM
Actually there isn't. He was the most productive of the receivers outside of Harry Douglas.

porter played well enough at corner to be a better option at wr ;). Seriously it is sick that he didnt make the team although it is prolly fair.

ZOMGitsjosh
04-15-2009, 05:12 PM
Gary did nothing. O_O

Legacy
02-09-2010, 12:45 PM
[B]WR: Dexter Jackson, Appalachian State / Tampa Bay Buccaneers (2nd)
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Man... That was such a crappy draft for WRs in the NFC South.

The other Buccaneers selections are looking up, though. :)