The only noticable ones there that I can see are Trevor Laws, Ryan Clady, Ray Rice, & Oniel Cousins.
If we were even considering Ray Rice or Trevor Laws at the top of the 2nd I would seriously start questioning our FO. Ray Rice is a late 2nd, early 3rd rounder AT BEST. And Sedrick Ellis doesn't fit our scheme, but Trevor Laws does?
I like Clady, but honestly, unless we traded OUT of the top 5, I would not even consider him a possibility. More in the 6-12 range is where he fits better. I like Otah better anyway.
Oniel Cousins (See: Ray Rice explanation)
Also, for all the 2nd round possibilities you have, it seems like way too much wishful thinking. IMO, Devin Thomas, Brandon Albert, Kenny Phillips, Derrick Harvey, & Mike Jenkins will be LONG gone by the time Round 2 rolls around. All seem like virtual first round locks, and since you had a trade down to 15 range, you should have made a category for trade down to bottom half of first round or so as well, because this is where most of these guys fit in.
Don't get me wrong, If anyone of those guys, with the exception of Harvey maybe, were available at the top of the 2nd, I would be giddy as a little schoolgirl with the possibility of us getting one of the BIGGEST STEALS of the draft. Anything can happen though, so let's pray! :D
Originally Posted by Mike Mayock
On Dion Jordan - I think he's got the potential to be the player that I compare him to, which is Jason Taylor, who ironically played for the Miami Dolphins. I also think he looks like an Aldon Smith, and if he puts on 20 pounds on that 6-foot-7 frame, one day he might be as good as a DeMarcus Ware.