Tuesday, March 11, 2008

Mock Draft 5.1

# team name pos school
1 TEXANS Reggie Bush RB USC
2 SAINTS Mario Williams DE NC State
3 TITANS Matt Leinart QB USC
4 JETS D'brickashaw Ferguson OT Virginia
5 PACKERS AJ Hawk LB Ohio State
6 49ers Vernon Davis TE Maryland
7 RAIDERS Michael Huff DB Texas
8 BILLS Brodrick Bunkley DT Florida State
9 *VIKINGS Vince Young QB Texas
10 CARDINALS Jay Cutler QB Vanderbilt
11 RAMS Antonio Cromartie CB Florida State
12 BROWNS Manny Lawson OLB NC State
13 RAVENS Haloti Ngata DT Oregon
14 EAGLES Chad Jackson WR Florida
15 BRONCOS DeAngelo Williams RB Memphis
16 DOLPHINS Johnathan Joseph CB South Carolina
17 *LIONS Winston Justice OT USC
18 COWBOYS Jason Allen FS Tennessee
19 CHARGERS Marcus McNeill OT Auburn
20 CHIEFS Kamerion Wimbley DE Florida State
21 PATRIOTS Richard Marshall CB Fresno State
22 BRONCOS Donte Whitner S Ohio State
23 BUCCANEERS Santonio Holmes WR Ohio State
24 BENGALS Darnell Bing SS USC
25 GIANTS Ernie Sims OLB Florida State
26 BEARS Jimmy Williams DB Virginia Tech
27 PANTHERS Chad Greenway OLB Iowa
28 JAGUARS Tye Hill CB Clemson
29 JETS Nick Mangold C Ohio State
30 COLTS Laurence Maroney RB Minnesota
31 SEAHAWKS Ashton Youboty CB Ohio State
32 STEELERS Daniel Bullocks FS Nebraska

Round 2

33 TEXANS Kelly Jennings CB Miami
34 SAINTS Demeco Ryans OLB Alabama
35 JETS LenDale White RB USC
36 PACKERS Mathias Kiwanuka DE Boston College
37 49ers Bobby Carpenter OLB Ohio State
38 RAIDERS Thomas Howard OLB UTEP
39 TITANS Eric Winston OT Miami
40 LIONS Ko Simpson FS South Carolina
41 CARDINALS Leonard Pope TE Georgia
42 BILLS Daryn Colledge OT Boise State
43 BROWNS Gabe Watson NT Michigan
44 RAVENS Pat Watkins FS Florida State
45 EAGLES D'Qwell Jackson LB Maryland
46 RAMS Joe Klopfstein TE Colorado
47 FALCONS Sinorice Moss WR Miami
48 *LIONS Abdul Hodge MLB Iowa
49 COWBOYS Max Jean-Gilles OG Georgia
50 CHARGERS Devin Aromashodu WR Auburn
51 VIKINGS Roger McIntosh OLB Miami
52 PATRIOTS Mark Anderson OLB Alabama
53 REDSKINS Jon Alston LB/S Stanford
54 CHIEFS Cedric Griffin CB Texas
55 BENGALS Demario Minter CB Georgia
56 GIANTS Andrew Whitworth OT LSU
57 BEARS Marcedes Lewis TE UCLA
58 PANTHERS Charles Spencer OG Pittsburgh
59 BUCCANEERS Danieal Manning CB Abilene Christian
60 JAGUARS Joseph Addai RB LSU
61 BRONCOS Dominique Byrd TE USC
62 COLTS Davin Joseph OG Oklahoma
63 SEAHAWKS Tamba Hali DE Penn State
64 STEELERS Greg Jennings WR W. Michigan


Ivy said...

Thank you for showing this for us.
Here is a bad new for you :
The NFL was shaken by the tragic news that Bengals WR Chris Henry had passed away from injuries suffered from an accident
you can take more NFL Draft about him.
As someone, who is part of the “NFL Family”, I can only feel remorse today (December 17, 2009) as the Charlotte police confirmed that Cincinnati Bengals WR Chris Henry, age 26, passed away this morning at 6:36 a.m. ET. Henry had been on life support since yesterday when he fell out of the back of a pickup truck following a domestic dispute with his fiancĂ©e Loleini Tonga. The death of Henry brings a sad ending to a once-promising career that had recently re-blossomed after the former high draft pick (3rd round – 83rd overall in the 2005 NFL Draft) had put aside some earlier troubles (arrests and league mandated suspensions) to finally grow-up. Henry was a five-year NFL veteran who used his speed and wiry frame (6’4, 190) to excel at catching the “deep ball” – averaged 15.6 yards per catch for his career.
I fell so sad.and you?

Anonymous said...

Who would have known. This is extremely similar to the mock I made today, though I still think Detroit will go Stafford with the first pick. I think they’ll look to follow the blueprint that Atlanta used last year, draft the franchise quarterback (though I personally would never consider Stafford as a Ryan calibur QB… Detroit might), then use your next first rounder (in Atlanta’s case, trading up into the 1st round) to draft your franchise left tackle. Detroit is in prime position to do just that.

I also don’t think the Raiders will take Maclin, since he only ran a 4.46 at the combine. But you never know, Al Davis probably jizzed when he saw Darius Hayward-Bey and Michael Johnson run their 40s.NFL Draft