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With The 24th Pick, In the 2006 NFL Draft, The New England Patriots Select ...

This years draft appears to be a solid 12 player draft. Most GM's and draftnics have seven names in common when it comes to the top players in this draft, however the next five- LaRon Laundry, Levi Brown, Amobi Okoye, Jamaal Anderson, and Leon Hall, are just as likely to be impact players as the top seven. Calvin Johnson is head and Shoulders above the rest, and Joe Thomas is a hair above the next ten. The five in between are: Jamarcus Russell, Brady Quinn, Adrian Peterson, Alan Branch, and Gaines Adams. This years draft is a very interesting one for fans of the New England Patriots. The first round is stocked perfectly for the Patriots, if they wish to draft a Defensive Back, Wide Receiver, or Linebacker. There should be a couple at each position available in the Twenties which will be very tempting for the Pats.

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Jason Hill WR  6-2, 2000 Washington State

 Jarvis Moss OLB/DE  6-4, 250 Florida

Sidney Rice WiR  6-2, 200 S. Carolina

 Paul Posluszny LB  6-1, 240 Penn State

Aaron Rouse SS 6-3, 218 Virginia Tech

 Daymeion Hughes CB 5-10, 185 Cal.

Michael Griffin S  6', 205 Texas 

 Marcus McCauley CB 6', 197 Fresno ST

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1.

Raiders

Jamarcus Russell

QB LSU

6-5.75, 265

QB, LB, OL, DL, DB, OL, DL-

F.A. Signings and Trades:

Jeremy Newberry C

Key F.A.  Loses:

Aaron Brooks QB

Al Davis is nuts if he is planning to pass on a QB again. He MUST draft a QB, he has an obligation to Raider fans. If he doesn't take Russell or Quinn he will set the Franchise back five years. But, I may be crazy, but, it looks to me like he is trying to find a way to draft Calvin Johnson. Rumors are spreading that he is trying to sign a QB, and is trying to trade Moss and Porter. Russell has the chance to be a great one. His release is a little slow, and he will have to speed it up. I didn't know a lot about him until the Bowl game he played in (I forget the name), but I couldn't not have been more impressed. Davis should stop goofing around and have him signed to a contract before the draft.

2.

Lions

Joe Thomas

OLT  Michigan

6-5.5, 311

GM, QB, OL, CB, DL, LB, DB, DL

F.A. Signings and Trades:

George Foster OT

Tatum Bell RB

Dewayne White DE

Key F.A.  Loses:

Dre' Bly CB

I cannot believe that the Lions would pass on a QB, again, but if they do it will be for Joe Thomas. Statistically Detroit has the worst O-Line in the league. 31st in Average Per Carry, 31st in Sacks Allowed, and 31st in Redzone Offense. Joe Thomas is huge and has the feet to play Left Tackle. He was maybe the most impressive athlete at the Combine. He is as smooth as ice. He looks like the surest-thing in the Draft. I liked the trade for George Foster and Tatum Bell. They needed lots of help on the O-line, and Foster is a giant of a man who will certainly help the running game, but he is not a left Tackle. Bell maybe the starter on opening day because of Kevin Jones' foot injury. Jones may not be available in the first half of the season. The big question is- does the acquisition of Foster open the door for drafting Quinn?

3.

Browns

Brady Quinn

QB Notre Dame

6-4, 230

RB, QB, LB, OT, DE, CB, DE, LB

F.A. Signings and Trades:

Kenny Wright DB

Eric Steinbach OG

Jamaal Lewis RB

Key F.A.  Loses:

Dennis Northcutt WR

I cannot believe that the Browns would pass on Brady Quinn. I think Frye has a chance to be a good QB, but Quinn has a chance to be a Franchise QB. Both Romeo and the Owner of the Browns attended Quinn's workout at Notre Dame, where everybody said he was very impressive. So much of being a QB in the NFL is work ethic and understanding the Offense, and the latter becomes more and more important each year as Offensive Coordinators make Offenses more and more complicated. Weis says that Quinn has Tom Brady's work ethic and intelligence, that's good enough for me. Quinn struggled a little in some big games, but overall he showed everything you want in a QB prospect.

4.

Buccaneers

Calvin Johnson 

WR

Georgia Tech

6-5, 239

DE, CB, LB, WR, OL, DL

F.A. Signings and Trades:

B.J. Askew

Jeff Garcia QB

Jake Plummer QB

Luke Petitgout OT

Kevin Carter DE
Patrick Chukwurah DE

Key F.A.  Loses:

Dewayne White DE

 

This appears to be the easiest pick in the draft so far. Calvin Johnson is far and away the best prospect in the draft. He is not only a Physical Freak, but he is also as accomplished at his position as a college player can be. The problem is the Buccs may need to trade up to get him, as more then one team below them needs him as well (I mean, What would the Vikings give up for him?). It appears now that the Lions could trade down to this spot and still get Thomas or Quinn, they only have to hold Johnson hostage. 

5.

Cardinals

Alan Branch

DT Michigan

6-5.75, 324

OL, DT, OT, LB, DB, OL, DE, DB

F.A. Signings and Trades:

 

Key F.A.  Loses:

Leonard Davis OT

 

A lot of people have Gaines going here, but Defensive End is not the Cards biggest need. They definitely need more Pass Rushers, Chike Okeafor and Bert Berry are both over 30 and showing signs of wear and tare, and they combined for only 14.5 sacks last season. However, I think they have to get a Run-Stopping DT first. Alan Branch is slipping currently as athleticism takes president around Combine time, but as teams go back to the tape coaches love to see those giant immovable objects, and will start to drool when they see Branch not just holding the double- team but pushing it back. He does have some concern as he does not play all out every play. He is the first Boom-or-bust player, and the question is- is he going to be Gerald Warren or Ted Washington.

6.

Redskins

Gaines Adams

DE/OLB Clemson

6-4.75, 258

DE, DT, OL, DB, OL

F.A. Signings and Trades:

London Fletcher LB

Fred Smoot CB

Key F.A.  Loses:

It looks like the Skins are in pretty good position here. Come draft day they maybe choosing between Adams and Jamaal Anderson. I think come Draft-time Anderson will be the top rated Defensive End, but right now it's Gaines Adams. I believe Gaines will be the best Pass Rusher to come out of this Draft. He had 28 sacks in his career at Clemson, and was the ACC Defensive Player of the Year last season. The Skins need Pass Rushers more than anything else, they led the league is pass rushing ineptitude by getting a league low 19 sacks. If Gaines slips to them they will be ecstatic. 

7.

Vikings

 

Adrian

Peterson

RB Oklahoma

6-1.5, 217

QB, WR, LB, RB, OL, WR, LB, DT, S, LB, DE

Key F.A. Signings:

Bobby Wade WR

Key F.A.  Loses:

Brad Johnson QB

Napoleon Harris LB

Fred Smoot CB

Tank Williams S

Vikings desperately need to trade up and pick up a young QB. If both Detroit and Cleveland foolishly pass on Brady Quinn, the Vikings cannot be so foolish. The question is can they pass on Ted Ginn Jr.? The top for Wide outs on their roster: T. Taylor, B McMullen, B. Johnson, and T. Williams, who are these guys? Bobby Wade is a start, but he is not a number one receiver. Running Back is not the Vikings biggest need, but A. Pinner, M. Moore, C. Fason, C. Taylor, do any of these guys excite you? Peterson's inability to stay healthy worries me, and I think it will cause him to fall a little. But when he was on the football field he was dominate. Then he went to the Combine and should that Athletically he was the number one Running Back. The Browns definitely need a RB, but I think they will pass on him for Thomas or Quinn, and that leaves the Vikings as the next likely place.

8.

Texans

Jamaal Anderson

DE Arkansas

6-6, 290

OLT, DE, DT, WR, CB, TE, LB, S, RB, WR

Key F.A. Signings:

Ahmad Green RB

Key F.A.  Loses:

 

Houston needs to draft four players here. Okoye, Ginn, Hall, and Brown. But I have been crucifying them for the past three seasons for not taking an Offensive Left Tackle. Taking Eric Winston and Chester Pitts in the 3rd Round last season was huge. If Winston's his knee is recovered he could be a Matt Light-like Left Tackle. Right now Salaam is their starting Left Tackle, I'm not impressed. Brown could solidify the O-Line and finally give Carr a chance to succeed. However, I like Depth Charts. According to Houston's depth chart, they have three Defensive Ends on the roster: A. Weaver, N.D. Kalu, and M. Williams, that is a disaster. Which brings up another question, are they a 3-4 team or a 4-3 team? Anderson Has slipped down the charts a little because he has disappeared by choosing not to participate in any of the pre-draft events. Anderson has the size and speed ratio that puts him on a different plane as the other D-Linemen. He is 6-6, 290, and runs a 4.8 forty. He has the size and strength to be a 3-4 DE, and the speed and quickness to be a 4-3 DE. I also think he could be a 3-technique DT. Anderson has been compared to Richard Seymour, I'm not sure there is any more to say.

9.

Miami

Levi Brown

OLT Penn ST

6-5.5, 323

OLT, QB, DT/NT, CB, S, DT

F.A. Signings and Trades:

David Martin TE

Joey Porter LB

Key F.A.  Loses:

Randy McMichael TE

Joey Harington QB

Damion McIntosh OT

Jeno James OG

Kevin Carter DE

Miami is crushed, in this scenario as Quinn is long gone, heh-heh-heh. However, the Dolphins currently have no Left Tackle on their roster, unless you consider Lonnie Shelton (who played Right Guard for them last season) a LT. I do not. I have Brown rated higher then most people. I think he is a great player. I know he had some mental lapses at Penn, but he has everything you want in a LT prospect. The hardest part of the draft for draftnics is the interview process, which in many ways is the most important part of this whole process. Brown, by all accounts, is tremendously impressive in person and very intelligent as well; his interviews should be the final piece of his draft profile to make him a top ten pick. 

10.

Falcons

LaRon Landry

S LSU

6-5/8, 212

QB, OLT, DB, LB, WR, S, DL

F.A. Signings and Trades:

Ovie Mughelli FB

 

Key F.A.  Loses:

Patrick Kerney DE

Ashley Lelie WR

Edgerton Hartwell LB

Ike Reese LB

What a year to have a top ten pick and need a Safety. LaRon Laundry is a man amongst boys. Big enough and hits hard enough to be a Strong Safety, and is fast enough and athletic enough to be a Free Safety. This is another easy pick, if Laundry falls here Falcons cannot pass on him. They appear to reall like Chris Crooker, but they only have two other Safeties on their roster Lawyer Milloy and Lance Schulters. LaRon Laundry is already the best Safety on this team. 

11.

49ers

 

Amobi Okoye

DT Louisville

6-2, 302

S, DE, DB, WR, OL, DL

F.A. Signings and Trades:

Ashley Lelie WR

Nate Clemons CB

Tully Banta Cain LB

Aubrayo Franklin DT/NT

Key F.A.  Loses:

 

49ers need a 3-4 DE, Okoye could end up being the best D-Linemen in this draft. He is only 19m years old and his upside is phenomenal. Okoye played an undersized DT at Louisville. He has since gain near 35 pounds and showed up at the Combine at 302 pounds. he looked a little heavy and uncoordinated to me. The terrific quickness and balance he displayed at Louisville and the Senior Bowl seemed to be missing. I think he is a better player with a weight between 280 and 290. Now I know he is only 19 and still growing into his body, and may eventually be fine playing over 300 pounds, but right now he added to much weight to fast and is has hurt his athleticism. At 290 he appears to be a perfect 3-4 DE: he can hold the Point-Of-Attack, he has the quickness to get to the QB, and he can slice through the double-team and get to the Running Back.

12.

Bills

Leon Hall

CB Michigan

5-11,195

CB, LB, DL, OLT, RB, DL, RB, S, CB

F.A. Signings and Trades:

Derrick Dockery OL

Langston Walker OT

Jason Whittle OG

 

Key F.A.  Loses:

Nate Clemons CB

London Fletcher LB

Tutan Reyes OL

Willis Mcgahee RB

Nate Clemons is gone. Hall is the top Corner prospect in the draft. Another pick that is to logical to actually happen. If Brown slips down to them I think they will have to take him, right now their Left Tackle is Jason Peters or Langston Walker, I'm not sure either is a Left Tackle, although I must admit I have been more and more impressed with Peters every time I see him play. A. Youboty, J. Greer, T. McGee, and K. Thomas are the Corners current on their roster. Though I like Youboty and think he will develop into a good one, that is a pretty desperate situation. Hall seems to be slipping a little, and I have seen him as the second or third CB on some lists, but I am going to have to go with what I saw. At Michigan he was a phenomenal CB. He has everything you want in a CB except pure straight-line speed: he has terrific cover skills, uncanny anticipation, and the pure quickness a CB must have. Plus, he is a phenomenal athlete, and has good size, strength, and plays the run very well.

13.

Rams

Charles Johnson

DE Georgia

6-2, 281

S, DL, DL, LB, CB, TE, OL

Key F.A. Signings:

Drew Bennett WR

James Hall DE

Randy McMichael TE

Key F.A.  Loses:

 

Ted Ginn Jr. would be an interesting pick here as Bruce and Holt are getting older, but Tony Hargrove as their third receiver? However, their defense is a mess, in particular their D-Line. The signing of James Hall is a significant upgrade at D-End, that is how bad their D-Ends are. Johnson really came last season as a Junior, so he is a but of a one year wonder. Still he had an excellent Combine doing 33 Reps and running a 4.8 at 281 pounds. He has good size and speed, and is a good Pass Rusher. Not the best fit in the draft, but Rams will have trouble passing on a Johnson come draft day.

14.

Panthers

Lawrence Timmons

OLB Florida ST

6-1, 234

LB, S, OL, DL, TE, S, OL, CB

Key F.A. Signings:

 

Key F.A.  Loses:

Chris Weinke QB

Chris. Draft, LB

Panthers look to defense, and Linebacker and Safety looks to be their two biggest needs. I also wonder if they can pass on Ginn here, but it looks like they will be choosing between Reggie Nelson and Timmons. To me M. Minter and S. Williams are serviceable Safeties, but looks like T. Davis, A. Seward, and N. Diggs are their three starting Linebackers. That situation must be addressed. Timmons showed up at the Combine a little smaller and slower than expected, but he is a terrific football player. He has those natural instincts for making blockers miss and finding the ball. On the field, he looks like a super athlete, one of those players who is a football athlete and not a track athlete. He plays faster and more athletically than he tests. 

15.

Steelers

Adam Carriker

DE Nebraska 

6-6, 296

CB, LB, DL, RB, DB, OL, LB, DB

Key F.A. Signings:

 

 

Key F.A.  Loses:

Joey Porter LB

Steelers need help at OLB, and I think Moss is the best 3-4 OLB prospect in this draft. He could step in and contribute right away, even if just as a pass rush specialist. However, I think Carriker is the 2nd best 3-4 end in this draft. The Steelers Right D-Ends are currently B. Keisel and T. Kirschke, they do not inspire confidence in me. To me, Carriker looks ready to step and start at the Right Defensive End position in a 3-4 Defense. He is big, strong, and crafty. He can hold the point and slip the block. He was a star at the Senior Bowl and Combine. He has steadily gained weight and strength over the past two season, and has 20.5 career sack and 41 TFL. 

16.

Packers

Ted Ginn Jr.

WR Ohio ST

5-11.5, 188

RB, WR, OL, S, DB, LB, WR, OL

Key F.A. Signings:

 

 

Key F.A.  Loses:

David Martin TE

Ahmad Green RB

Is Ted Ginn Jr a crazy pick here? I think this would be a huge boost for Favre. Ginn is just pure speed on the field. He is just a Touch Down waiting to happen.

17.

Jaguars

Jarvis Moss

OLB/DE Florida

 6-6, 250

 

 

LB, DE, DB,  OL, SS, LB

Key F.A. Signings:

Dennis Northcutt WR

Tony Pashos OT

Key F.A.  Loses:

Jags have top Defensive Tackle pair in the League, adding a top DE would make their D-line one of the best in the NFL. They were one of only three teams who were top ten in both Offense and defense. There biggest concerns seem to be getting better play out of there existing players. They must first get QB situation must be straightened out. They now have three OT's, with the signing of Pashos, that needs a reliable rotation. And of course the WR situation, a lot of people have the Jags taking a WR here? I just don't see it. They certainly need more production form the WR position, but the have four legitimate WRs including two First Round Picks: Reggie Williams, Matt Jones, Earnest Wilford, and Dennis Northcutt.

Carriker is a monster of a man for a DE. He is easily the best Power DE in this draft, and the best 3-4 DE prospect. He is strong against the run, and can hold the point-of-attack. He also is slippery and has enough speed and quickness to get to the QB. He is going to go much earlier then people expect.

18. 

Bengals

Greg Olsen

TE Miami

6-5.5, 265

LB, LB, TE, DB, LB, OL, DL, OL, LB

Key F.A. Signings:

 

Key F.A.  Loses:

Brian Simmons LB

Eric Steinbach OG

I'm torn Willis or Olsen. Each would be a huge help to this team next season. Since their is more depth at LBer in this draft I'll go with Olsen, Bengals should be able to pick up a good Linebacker prospect in the 2nd and the 3rd Round. Olsen looks like a Wide Receiver, but then you realize he is 255 pounds. He is a convert WR who still runs and catches like a Wide Receiver. Had a scary Combine.

 19.

Titans

Patrick Willis

LB MIssissippi

6-1, 242

LB, S, CB, OL, WR, OL, DE

F.A. Signings and Trades:

 

Key F.A.  Loses:

 

Titians need to improve their Defense to take the next step. I think Patrick Willis has a chance to be a great one. He is a sideline-to-sideline tackling machine.

20.

Giants

Marshawn Lynch

RB California

5-10, 220

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OLT, LB, LB, RB, OL, CB, WR, DT, LB, DB, OL

 

Key F.A. Signings:

Visanthe Shiancoe TE

Bob  Whitfield OT

Luke Petitgout OT

Key F.A.  Loses:

Luke Petitgout OT

LaMarr Arington LB

Carlos Emmons LB

 

Great Runner who has off field issues. Has herky-jerky running motion that makes him great in the open field, he even ran his Forty at the Combine like he was trying to fake out a DB. 

21.

Broncos

Reggie Nelson

S Florida

6', 195

OT,  S, WR, CB, LB

F.A. Signings and Trades:

Travis Henry RB

Daniel Graham TE

Dam WIlkerson DT

Antwan Peek DE

Dre' Bly CB

Montrae Holland OG

Key F.A.  Loses:

Tatum Bell RB

George Foster OT

Cooper Carlisle OG

Broncos need a DE, and Spencer looks to be a good one. Nelson is a playmaker from Championship Program. Their Defensive Backfield is in disarray, and Nelson will steal a lot of time, if not the starting job, from aging Lynch.

22.

Cowboys

Justin Blalock

OG/OT Texas

6-3, 330

OL, LB, NT, DB, DB, WR, OL

Key F.A. Signings:

Leonard Davis OT

Brad Johnson QB

Key F.A.  Loses:

Maybe a bit of a reach, but the pick just fit perfect. Dallas really needs help on O-Line, and Blalock looks to be ready to step into the starting lineup and not leave for 10 years. 

23.

Chiefs

Joe Staley

OLT Central Michigan

6-6, 297

WR, DL, S, OG, OL, DB, LB

Key F.A. Signings:

Damion McIntosh OT

Napolean Harris LB

Key F.A.  Loses:

 

Chiefs must get at least two if not three Offensive Linemen in this draft. Staley would be a reach, but he is a legitimate Left Tackle prospect, and worth his weight in gold. They may have to wait a little for him to gain weight, strength, and technique, but he has everything you need athletically to play Left Tackle in NFL.

24.

Patriots

Chris Houston

CB Arkansas

5-10, 185

DB, LB, CB, WR, OL, DB, OL, LB

Key F.A. Signings:

Adalius Thomas LB

Wes Welker WR

Sammy Morris FB/RB

Kyle Brady TE

Key F.A.  Loses:

Corey Dillon RB

Tully Banta Cain LB

Daniel Graham TE

The Patriots are in great position for this years Draft. The past three year I thought the Pats should trade up or down for a higher rated player or more picks, and of course they stayed put and did a great job. This year I think they should just stay put and take whoever falls to them. It looks like to me every player taken in the twenties this year could all be DBs, LBs, and WRs, the Pats top three needs. So of course, I'm sure the Pats will trade up or trade  with one or both of these picks. Patriots still need to pick up at least one corner and Linebacker, even if they sign Samuel and Thomas. If they really somehow do sign both players WR and Safety become top needs. Nelson or Griffin are both excellent Safety prospects, and Meacham and Bowe are both excellent WR prospects. Aaron Ross is another interesting Corner prospect. Houston, I think, is the best Press Corner prospect in the draft. He is strong, tough, fast, and lightning quick. By Draft day a lot of teams will have him high on their boards, and he probably won't make it past the Titans at 19. The Pats could also look at Linebacker Posluszny, but Linebacker has a lot of depth in this draft. All three of these Linebackers will be available in the 2nd Round: David Harris (Who I think is just as good an Inside Linebacker prospect as Posluszny), Brandon Siler and Jon Beason. Also Linebackers available in the 3rd Round look to be excellent this year. Tim Shaw, H.D. Blades, Jay Moore, Justin Durant, and Prescott Burgess all appear to be available in the 3rd Round. Plus you have the four Combine wonder Linebackers who will be available early on day two: Zak DeOssie, Brian Robison, Quincy Black, and Antwan Barnes.

25.

Jets

Aaron Ross

CB Texas

6-1/2, 193

CB, WR, OL, DB, OL, WR, S

Key F.A. Signings:

Thomas Jones RB

Key F.A.  Loses:

B.J. Askew

Patrick Ramsey QB

Bone thin Corner who looks to be a good one.

26.

Eagles

Dwayne Jarrett

WR USC

6-4, 215

DB, WR, LB, DT, WR, OL, DB, LB, DL

Key F.A. Signings:

Juqua Thomas DE

 

Key F.A.  Loses:

 

 

Jarrett is a huge and slow WR who looks like a good fit in the West Coast Offense. 

27.

Saints

Dwayne Bowe

WR LSU

6-2. 220

OL, WR, DL, DB, DT, OL

F.A. Signings:

Brian Simmons LB 

 

Key F.A.  Loses:

How's this for a good fit. Bowe looks like he could be a star if he can stop the dropping the ball. He has everything you want in a WR. He is big and strong and knows how to get open, and his best asset may be his blocking. He is by far the best blocking WR in this years draft. He could very easily be a solid pick for the Pats at 24. 

28.

Patriots

Jason Hill

WR Washington ST

6-1/2, 204

DB, WR, LB, CB, WR, OL, DB, OL, LB

Key F.A. Signings:

Adalius Thomas LB

Wes Welker WR

Sammy Morris FB/RB

Kyle Brady TE

Key F.A.  Loses:

Corey Dillon RB

Patriots MUST get a Wide Receiver with one of their top three picks. Yes, I know Meacham and Rice are available, but I like Hill. The Patriots Offense utilizes Quickness over Speed in its Offense, that is why Branch and Brown have been so effective. Hill has Amazing quickness and runs routes like an NFL veteran. He is the best fit for the Pats Offense in this draft. The quickness of his cuts are nearly as good as Branch's and Brown's. He had two straight thousand yard seasons at Washington ST. They may be able to pass on him here and see how far he drops into the 2nd Round. Most Draftnics have him falling into the 2nd Round, but when he ran a 4.32 at the Combine he may have pushed himself up into the 1st Round. 

29.

Ravens

Paul Posluszny

LB Penn ST

6-1.5, 233 

QB, OL, DE/OLB/S, RB, S, WR, CB

Key F.A. Signings:

Willis Mcgahee RB

Musa Smith RB

Jarret Jophnson OLB/DE

Key F.A.  Loses:

Jamaal Lewis RB

Billick has to be hoping Posluszny falls to him. He looks like he could play any of the four LB positions in the 3-4. And with Thomas leaving that versatility will be needed.

30.

Chargers

Robert Meacham

WR Tennessee

6-2, 205,

WR, LB, LB, OL, WR, DB

Key F.A. Signings:

 

Key F.A.  Loses:

 

Chargers will be doing jumping jacks if Meacham falls to them. They would probably prefer Posluszny here, but Meachum would be an even second. 

31.

Bears

Arron Sears

OG/OT Tennessee

6-6, 330 

TE, OL, OL, DB, QB, LB, WR, DB

F.A. Signings and Trades:

 

Key F.A.  Loses:

Thomas Jones RB

Bears must improve their Offensive Line. Sears looks like a very good Guard prospect, and he might have to size to play Tackle as well. I think Grubbs is a much better O-Guard Prospect, but the Bears need help at multiple postions, and Sears looks like he can play O-Guard and )-Tackle.

32.

Colts

Darrelle Revis

CB Pittsburgh

5-11,190 

 

LB, OL, CB, DL, LB, DB, OL

 

 

Key F.A. Signings:

 

 

Key F.A.  Loses:

 

Colts will need a Linebacker, COrner, and O-Lineman with their first three picks. Revis was great in College and if he slides down here the Colts can't pass on him. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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