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whiterat29
04-17-2007, 05:27 PM
2007 NFL Mock Draft

Round 1


1. Oakland - Calvin Johnson, WR Georgia Tech

2. Detroit - Jermarcus Russell, QB LSU

3. Cleveland - Brady Quinn, QB Notre Dame

4. Tampa Bay - Joe Thomas, OT Wisconsin

5. Arizona - Levi Brown, OT Penn St.

6. Washington - Gaines Adams, DE Clemson

7. Minnesota - Leon Hall, CB Michigan

8. Atlanta - Laron Landry, FS LSU

9. Miami - Alan Branch, DT Michigan

10. Houston - Adrian Peterson, RB Oklahoma

11. San Francisco - Patrick Willis, LB Mississippi

12. Buffalo - Darrelle Revis, CB Pittsburgh

13. St. Louis - Amobi Okoye, DT Louisville

14. Carolina - Robert Meachem, WR Tennessee

15. Pittsburgh - Adam Carriker, DE Nebraska

16. Green Bay - Greg Olsen, TE Miami (FL)

17. Jacksonville - Reggie Nelson, FS Florida

18. Cincinnati - Jammal Anderson, DE Arkansas

19. Tennessee - Chris Houston, CB Arkansas

20. NYG - Jon Beason, LB Miami (FL)

21. Denver - Joe Staley, OT Central Michigan

22. Dallas - Ted Ginn Jr., WR Ohio St.

23. Kansas City - Dwayne Bowe, WR LSU

24. New England - Anthony Spencer, OLB Purdue

25. NYJ - Jarvis Moss, OLB Florida

26. Philadelphia - Lawrence Timmons, LB Florida St.

27. New Orleans - Aaron Ross, CB Texas

28. New England (From Seattle) - Michael Griffin, S Texas

29. Baltimore - Paul Posluszny - LB Penn St.

30. San Diego - David Harris, LB Michigan

31. Chicago - Ben Grubbs, OG Auburn

32. Indianapolis - Justin Durant, LB Hampton


Round 2


33. Oakland - Justin Blaylock, OG Texas

34. Detroit - Aaron Sears, OL Tennessee

35. Tampa Bay - LaMarr Woodley, DE Michigan

36. Cleveland - Marshawn Lynch, RB Cal

37. Chicago (From NYJ/Wash) - Dwayne Jarrett, WR USC

38. Arizona - Tim Crowder, DE/OLB Texas

39. Atlanta (From Houston) - Justin Harrell, DT Tennessee

40. Miami - Zach Miller, TE Arizona St.

41. Minnesota - Steve Smith, WR USC

42. San Francisco - Sidney Rice, WR South Carolina

43. Buffalo - Kenny Irons, RB Auburn

44. Atlanta - Tony Ugoh, OT Arkansas

45. Carolina - Brandon Meriweather, S Miami (FL)

46. Pittsburgh - Charles Johnson, DE/OLB Georgia

47. Green Bay - Brian Leonard, RB Rutgers

48. Jacksonville - Ikaika Alama-Francis, DE Hawaii

49. Cincinnati - Marcus McCauley, CB Fresno St.

50. Tennessee - Anthony Gonzalez, WR Ohio St.

51. NYG - James Marten, OT BC

52. St. Louis - Tanard Jackson, CB Syracuse

53. Dallas - Eric Wright, CB UNLV

54. Kansas City - Ryan Harris, OT Notre Dame

55. Seattle - Quentin Moses, DE Georgia

56. Denver - Ray McDonald, DE/DT Florida

57. Philadelphia - Chris Henry, RB Arizona

58. New Orleans - Victor Abiamiri, DE Notre Dame

59. NYJ - Ben Patrick, TE Delaware

60. Miami (From New England) - Ryan Kalil, OC USC

61. Baltimore - Craig Davis, WR LSU

62. San Diego - Sabby Piscitelli, S Oregon St.

63. NYJ (From Chicago) - Ryan McBean, DE Oklahoma St.

64. Tampa Bay (From Indianapolis) - Tank Tyler, DT NC St.


Round 3


65. Oakland - Trent Edwards, QB Stanford

66. Detroit - Quincy Black, LB New Mexico

67. Cleveland - Turk McBride, DE Tennessee

68. Tampa Bay - Daymeion Hughes, CB Cal

69. Arizona - Josh Wilson, CB Maryland

70. Denver (From Washington) - Jason Hill, WR Washington St.

71. Miami - Fred Bennett, CB South Carolina

72. Minnesota - Eric Weddle, DB Utah

73. Houston - Marcus Thomas, DT Florida

74. Buffalo - Buster Davis, LB Florida St.

75. Atlanta - Michael Bush, RB Louisville

76. San Francisco - Samson Satele, IOL Hawaii

77. Pittsburgh - Josh Beekman, OG BC

78. Green Bay - Quinn Picock, DT Ohio St.

79. Jacksonville - Drew Stanton, QB Michigan St.

80. Cincinnati - ***Forfeited****

81. Tennessee - Marshal Yanda, OL Iowa

82. NYG - Antonio Pittman, RB Ohio St.

83. St. Louis - Lorenzo Booker, RB Florida St.

84. Carolina - Stewart Bradley, OLB Nebraska

85. Kansas City - Jonathan Wade, CB Tennessee

86. Seattle - Martrez Milner, TE Georgia

87. Denver - Walter Thomas, NW Mississippi C.C.

88. Dallas - Mason Crosby, K Colorado

89. New Orleans - Aundrae Allison, WR East Carolina

90. NYJ - Paul Soliai, DT Utah

91. Philadelphia - Josh Gattis, S Wake Forest

92. New England - Tony Hunt, RB Penn St.

93. Buffalo (From Baltimore) - Jacoby Jones, WR Lane

94. San Diego - Johnnie Lee Higgins, WR UTEP

95. Chicago - Rufus Alexander, OLB Oklahoma

96. Indianapolis - Kenny Scott, CB Georgia Tech

97. San Diego (Comp.) - Baraka Atkins, DE Miami (FL)

98. San Francisco (Comp.) - Michael Coe, CB Alabama St.

99. Indianapolis (Comp.) - Brandon Jackson, RB Nebraska

100. Oakland - Doug Free, OT Northern Illinois

The Dynasty
04-17-2007, 05:31 PM
1st Round - D- We dont need a Nickel Back in the 1st round Id much rather see Adrian peterson there before of BPA

2nd Round - C- with Sidney Rice there I'd rather see him instead of Steve Smith

3rd Round - F--- Because You had us taking one in the first then one in the 3rd? Id rather see a DE or an OL.

Don Vito
04-17-2007, 05:32 PM
Michael Griffin (first) and Tony Hunt (third) are good picks for the Pats, but an ILB like Paul Posluszny or David Harris would be better than DE/OLB Anthony Spencer at 24.

Severe Punishment
04-17-2007, 05:38 PM
Minnesota Vikings pick recap and opinions.
7. Minnesota - Leon Hall, CB Michigan
41. Minnesota - Steve Smith, WR USC
72. Minnesota - Fred Bennett, CB South Carolina

Pick 1 - Not only is Hall NOT a top 7 talent he at best would be our nickel back / dime back. We're not going to take a guy that doesn't have a chance to make a signifigant difference year 1.
Please put Adrian Peterson , Amobi Okoye there. Both make much more sense.

Pick 2 - I can see Smith being a decent pick, however I think it's hard
to pass on a guy like Abriamini, Charles Johnson , Quentin Moses,
Sid Rice or Tony Ugoh there. seeing as how Smith was never a #1 option at USC ...I'm not sure he is the guy to make that kind of transition to the NFL AND take on the roll of "expected star WR"...WR's typically are better
when they come in "under the radar". I expect Jason Hill in the 3rd to be our pick because of that and then Jacoby Jones in the 5th.

72. Minnesota - Fred Bennett, CB South Carolina
Love this pick. Bennett I feel would make a helluva cover corner 2 and not having to spend a 1st rounder on a nickel CB makes perfect sense.
(not sure if you realized that you gave us 2 CB's day 1 when we already have our starting 2 set with Winfiled / Griffin) anyways....
Bennett would be very solid value there.

Overall I give your mock a "C".

whiterat29
04-17-2007, 05:40 PM
my bad dynasty, i switched around the phins and Vikes picks in the third...but i think hall would be a starter for you with the lose of Smoot...

hugegmenfan
04-17-2007, 05:41 PM
ok giants draft
john wade 3rd round over pittman

PoopSandwich
04-17-2007, 05:56 PM
LOL!

If this happened for the Browns I would be jumping up and down.

JPF
04-17-2007, 06:00 PM
Probably the worst Panther mock I've seen yet. Meachem is of little value to the Panthers in that spot with Reggie Nelson, Greg Olsen, Adam Carriker, and even Jon Beason still on the board who all would go a long way towards filling more immediate needs.

Merriweather in the 2nd won't happen. The Panthers will not be the team to take the chance on his character. Long before the new commish starting taking aim at character issues, the Panthers were known for cutting ties with players with them.

OLB in the 3rd really does the Panthers no good unless you think he has the ability to play inside, which I don't see.

Notredameleo
04-17-2007, 06:16 PM
Probably the most horrible draft ever. jk. But i dont see the lions taking Russel, and i would much rather have durant than Black. Im pretty sure we wont take o-line day one either, unless its a great value.

Go_Eagles77
04-17-2007, 06:31 PM
Since when was Chris Henry a 2nd rounder?

bearfan
04-17-2007, 06:44 PM
Good Bears Mock

trademaster
04-17-2007, 06:44 PM
I like the 1st 2 rounds, but we just re-signed Grammatica, which means we are not looking at a kicker, especially in the 3rd round, give us the best NT or the best OT or the best OLB/DE available, and good job on the 1st 2 rounds.

neko4
04-17-2007, 06:53 PM
The Green Bay draft would have been good, had Marshawn been taken before Green Bay's pick, but there is no way that Green Bay doesnt take him. Also DT isnt even a need in Green Bay. SS is. This draft appears to be a big fat Cleveland homer draft.

princefielder28
04-17-2007, 06:56 PM
Good job with Green Bay!

Miami Kush
04-17-2007, 06:59 PM
I think that the Dolphins would pick WR Rice in the 2nd before TE Miller. We need a good WR opposite Chambers. Besides they already signed a TE in the off season and can wait until later rounds to get another TE.

thebow305
04-17-2007, 07:03 PM
Just a few things:

I love Branch, I just really don't think we will select him. It just doesn't seem very likely at this point, with Fred Evans as well as Manny Wright being back in the fold this year.

We don't need a center, as Hadnot is very soli for us. So unless Hadnot moves back to guard, Kalil would represent a wasted pick for us. I like the value though and wouldn't hate the pick. Trent Edwards would be much better there, with Beekman being the pick in the 3rd round.

Overall our draft should look more like this (Going by your mock):

1)Joe Staley or Ted Ginn
2)Zach Miller & Trent Edwards
3)Josh Beekman or Jon Wade (He is a much better CB than Fred Bennett)

Corner is also not a big need for us any more as Jason Allen seems to be transitioning to that position this year. So maybe even someone like Josh Gattis would be a nicer pick as a Safety in the 3rd instead.

thebow305
04-17-2007, 07:09 PM
I think that the Dolphins would pick WR Rice in the 2nd before TE Miller. We need a good WR opposite Chambers. Besides they already signed a TE in the off season and can wait until later rounds to get another TE.

No, if Miller is there, we would most likely grab him. The tight end is a big part of Cam's offense. One who can block and recieve equally well. And that is what Zach Miller is. We signed David Martin. Enough said. No more than a career backup, and defintely not a starter by any stretch of the imagination. This is a weak TE class with Olsen and Miller being the only standouts this year. So if we miss out on both of them. We are screwed. I like Kevin Boss as a sleeper in the later rounds, but that is too uncertain at this point.

Besides, contrary to the TE position in this years class, the WR positon is very deep and thorough all the way through. So we could grab a quality one later like David Clowney, Yamon Figurs, or Brandon Myles.

Jensen
04-17-2007, 07:17 PM
Levi Brown is a reach there in the 1st round, but the 2nd and 3rd round picks are great.

DChess
04-17-2007, 07:18 PM
nvm i though mcbride was our secodn round pick, ill take lynch, but go corner in the third

RaiderNation
04-17-2007, 07:19 PM
1st GREAT

2nd bad, if lynch falls that far we would take him

3rdA GREAT

3rdB good

whiterat29
04-17-2007, 07:39 PM
first, totally not a homer brownies draft...i sir am a Steeler fan....

levi brown at 5 is not that big of a reach, not to mention he looks to be a better fit at RT in the pro's and concidering Leinart is left handed that makes the pick even better...plus it would help the running game which you know the Whiz is going to look to do....

Miller to the phins in the second would be almost perfect for them...as the bow said, Cameron loves to use his TE, personally i think Miller is the best TE in the draft...might not have Olsens top end speed but he does a great job of gaining seperation, and does a real good job of catching the ball away from his body...would be a great addition to the phins and would do a good job of opening up the field for chambers, who with another weapon in the passwing game is most definatly a number one WR....


i dont know what to think of the lions, with Millen running the show how could anyone really guess whats going on...they will probably not be picking at #2...if they do, i think they would have a hard time passing on Johnson, Russell, Thomas or Quinn...that said, everyone seems to think that Adams is their guy....i just dont think i could make a mock and have adams at 2...and i didnt want to try and guess on trades.....

G-Men88
04-17-2007, 07:43 PM
Not a very good Giants mock. First round is great, but in the 2nd Eric Wright is the pick and in the 3rd the Giants don't need a RB. Aundrae Allison there

whiterat29
04-17-2007, 07:47 PM
i really cant see the giants going into the season with the only nfl caliber RBs on their roster being the unproven Brandon Jacobs (who does have a ton of upside) and Ruben Droughns (who is past his prime, and never was really that good to begain with)....they should look to add a slasher like booker at some point in the middle rounds....

G-Men88
04-17-2007, 07:51 PM
I agree. A slasher in the mid to late rounds. The 3rd round is the first day and Antonio Pittman is not a slasher. A first day pick won't be spent on someone that will be 3rd on the depth chart

49erfaithful
04-17-2007, 07:52 PM
prefer Carriker in the first, and if we did take Willis, we need a DE day one

whiterat29
04-17-2007, 07:54 PM
my bad, i totally thought i had booker going to the giants...i didnt even look to see who it was....

bills_red
04-17-2007, 07:55 PM
Darrelle Revis, CB Pittsburgh = F, ML is the pick if Willis and Hall are gone
Kenny Irons, RB Auburn = B if we don't go RB in 1st
Buster Davis, LB Florida St = D, LFB V2 so no
Jacoby Jones, WR Lane = C okay pick

Severe Punishment
04-17-2007, 08:21 PM
my bad dynasty, i switched around the phins and Vikes picks in the third...but i think hall would be a starter for you with the lose of Smoot...
There's ZERO chance any CB taken in this draft will start for the Vikings
Antoine Winfield and Cedric Griffin and boht young and for our system
perfect. We need depth...not a stater. So if you wanna give us one
do it after the first 2 rounds.

T-RICH49
04-17-2007, 08:50 PM
KC would never pass on Kalil if he was there in the 2nd

neko4
04-17-2007, 08:51 PM
The Green Bay draft would have been good, had Marshawn been taken before Green Bay's pick, but there is no way that Green Bay doesnt take him. Also DT isnt even a need in Green Bay. SS is. This draft appears to be a big fat Cleveland homer draft.

Okay so maybe youre not a CLE homer, but there isnt much in this world that can convince me that GB should take Olsen before Lynch. While TE is a major need there are plenty of good pass catching TE's in this draft, but not that many good RB's. Leonard is a good pick only if GB was forced into picking Olsen. Also like I said DT is not a need, we have 3-4 guys that all have starts at DT and all have done a great job.

kalbears13
04-17-2007, 08:57 PM
Very good browns mock. A+

HuskerNation
04-17-2007, 10:21 PM
Since when was Chris Henry a 2nd rounder?

Just wait and see....

Matthew Jones
04-17-2007, 10:27 PM
I can't really see Anthony Spencer in the first. He's a nice player, but with Roosevelt Colvin and Adalius Thomas being excellent starters, I don't really see how he'd fit in. Aaron Ross would be nice there, as well as Paul Posluszny, and to a slightly lesser extent David Harris. Justin Blalock would be okay. Dwayne Jarrett, Justin Harrell are two I guess I could see, as well as Brian Leonard, although #24 is too high for him. No chance in hell Ryan Kalil drops to #60, by the way. Tony Hunt's an okay pick. However, he's slow and Penn State running backs don't have very good reputations/track records in the NFL, so you might want to look at another running back there.

whiterat29
04-17-2007, 10:29 PM
Just wait and see....

and he could very well be off the board before Philly picks...

Caddy
04-18-2007, 04:13 AM
Pretty uninformed Buc draft