2006 Player Ratings

RANK NAME POS SCHOOL
1 Reggie Bush- 6' 210  RB USC
Like Gale Sayers he is a five way threat to score, passing, catching, punt return, kick return, run. It is this simple- when he steps on the field he is the fastest, quickest man on the field, period. I have neer rated a player a 10.

10

2 Mario Williams- 6-7, 295, 4.6 DE NC State
Had the second best combine behind Vernon Davis. Best work out by a DE since Peppers. Has the size strength and skill to be a perennial All-Pro. Reggie White type Left Defensive End. In three seasons at N.C. State he had 125 tackles, 52 TFL, and 25.5 sacks.

9.9

3 D'Brickashaw Ferguson- 6-5, 312 OT Virginia
Franchise LT, similar Walter Jones. Great feet and athleticism. Has gained over 17 pounds of muscle since the end of last season.

9.9

4 A.J. Hawk- 6-1, 245, 4.42! LB Ohio State
Should dominate earlier and for a long time. Has great instincts, great speed, and toughness.

9.9

5 Vince Young- 6-5, 230 QB Texas
The Wonderlic test does matter. It is a test of smarts and speed of thought. Is it perfect and the only measure of intelligence, no of course not. But you don't know how smart Young is just as I don't, and more importantly the talent evaluators don't. Had perfect game in Championship game against USC, but still has issues that need to be resolved. Throwing motion is low and short, plus reading coverage's is not his strength, Mack Brown said he had to simplify offense for him. For a QB intelligence and the ability to read defenses is paramount, low score and awkward throwing motion will hurt him..

9.8

6 Matt Leinart- 6-5, 225 QB USC
Big, smart, and a champion what more do you want. He doesn't have elite arm is only weakness, but his arm strength is as weak as some would hint.

9.8

7 Brodrick Bunkley- 6-2, 325 44 Reps! DT Florida State
Only started for one year so his rating was lower then it should, but he will be the first DT taken. He dominated the Combine like he dominated  his senior year at Florida State. He is the fastest riser in the charts that nobody is talking about. 

9.8

8 Michael Huff- 6', 205, 4.34  S/CB Texas
Huff and Williams seem to be running neck and neck in the top DB sweepstake. Both are CB/S tweeners, and most have Williams ahead of Huff because of his great hips which proved him to be more of a corner then a safety. But Huff impressed me more on the field, he came up with big play after game-changing big play. This player more then any other shows the depth of this years draft. In any other year he is a top ten or top five player. He is at most slightly lower higher rated then Jimmy Williams, and yet I have him four slots down.

9.8

9 Haloti Ngata- 6-5, 335 DT Oregon
Was top rated DT, but serious Knee injury robbed him of his explosive speed and Pass rushing burst, still he is monster against the run. He is the pick perfect NT prospect. Could fall all the way to Cleveland.

9.8

10 Vernon Davis- 6-3, 250, 4.38! 35 Reps! TE Maryland
Athletic freak, had the best combine ever. His hands worry me a little, but he is a better athlete then Ben Watson. The problem is how early do you take a TE? He could go anywhere from 6th to 15th, even though he is the top pure athlete in the draft.

9.8

11 Jay Cutler- 6-3, 225  QB Vanderbilt
His elite arm has raised his stock into the top five. The signing of Drew Brees should hurt his draft position the most. I had him being taken by the Jets at number four, after Leinart and Young.

9.8

12 Chad Jackson- 6-1, 212, 4.28! WR Florida
Has Great hands! Hardest working WR in the draft, runs great short and intermediate routes, and despite world-class speed, he essentially played a possession receiver to sacrifice for the team. If a WR can be a Belichick type player Jackson is the man.

9.4

13  Chad Greenway- 6-3, 245, 4.4 LB Iowa
With loss of McGinest Green way could be Pats top priority. Great college player who didn't test out as well as expected. He is a little top heavy, and not the super athlete expected. He could slide down to Pats, if Romeo doesn't take him at number 12.

9.4

14 Winston Justice- 6-5, 305, 5.1 OT USC
His feet are as good as Ferguson's, but doesn't have as good a work ethic. Has had off field issues. Doesn't appear to understand technique, so his hands and feet sometimes appear as though they are being controlled by four different people. Is a bit of a conman, who always has a reason why nothing is his fault. He gets out of mistakes on the field because of his phenomenal quickness, long arms, and athleticism. He may be the athlete Ferguson is, and definitely has the feet to play LT. Suspended for entire Junior year. Did 38 reps at his proday.

9.4

15 Tye Hill- 5-9.5 187 4.30 CB   Clemson
Pure speed and quickness. He is tougher then people think. If Patriots get Molds they may not be able to pass on Hill if he is still available. Hands have improved significantly since he started wearing contact lens.

9.3

16 Mathias Kiwanuka- 6-5, 265, 5.65 DE Boston College
I watched almost every game he played in over the past three years. I have rarely been as impressed with a player as I am with him. He appears to be most likely candidate to slide down the charts, and there will be many teams sorry they past on him, including the Pats. He has great size, and more strength then you would think from such a thin frame, and he has gained weight and strength each season with his great work ethic. Is a very under-rated run stuffer. Has enough athleticism to make you think he could be a Willie McGinest type OLB, but he has never played standing up so it would be a big adjustment. However, he is very smart and appears to be able to do anything he wants on the field. And most important of all, he never stops hustling on the field. 

9.3

17 DeAngelo Williams- 5-8.5, 217, 4.4 RB Memphis
Has the Speed and quickness to be a Barry Sanders type back (Yikes!). Plus, has terrific toughness and under-rated strength. Has the athleticism, experience, and smarts to step right in and dominate for a long time.

9.1

18 Manny Lawson- 6-4, 245, 4.43! DE/OLB NC State
Bigger, faster, and stronger then DeMarcus Ware, who Dallas took with the 12 pick. Lawsons biggest weakness is that he doesn't have Ware's great quickness, which pass rushers need to turn the corner on the QB. He had 58 tackles, 19.5 TFL, and 10.5 sacks as a senior.

9.1

19 Jimmy Williams- 6-2, 205, 4.37! CB/S Virginia Tech
Great size, great speed, and great hips- can turn and run with anyone. Will play corner in the NFL. Will probably be first DB taken. Has size and athletic combo that may not have been seen in NFL. Has caracter concerns.

9.1

20 Santonio Holmes- 5-11, 185, 4.4 WR Ohio State
Speed is his game. Toughness and hands a little in question. He could easily slide down to Patriots. He may be the most ready WR to step in and start in this draft. 

9.1

21 Kamerion Wimbly- 6-3.5, 252, 4.48  DE/OLB Florida State
Has DeMarcas Ware's quickness. Is slightly smaller and faster then Manny Lawson, but is quicker. He is really start to come on and should be better pro then college player. He had 26 tackles, 11 TFL, and 7.5 sacks as a senior.

9.1

22 Ernie Sims- 5-11, 240, 4.48 ILB Florida State
Should go higher then this, but height is an issue. He has everything else you want in a LB, but has a history of Concussions which is a BIG concern. He leads with his head and heart, and has paid the price.

8.9

23 Nick Mangold- 6-3.5, 296, 5.05 OC Ohio State
Great player. Should go much higher then this, but Centers are not seen as a valuable position. 

8.8

24 Laurence Maroney- 5-11, 212 RB Minnesota
Great running back who played behind a great Line. Has great speed, elusiveness, and vision. Terrific production, he shared carries each year in college and still rushed for over a thousand yards all three seasons in college. Can bob, dance, and weave through the secondary once he reaches the second level. Like Bush, when he is on the field he just looks quicker and faster than everybody else on the field.

8.7

25 Donte Whitner- 5-10.5, 205, 4.37  S/CB Ohio State
Better cover-guy and faster then Mike Doss. Many think he can play CB, but questioned his speed, until he ran a 4.37. 

8.6

26 Eric Winston- 6-5, 310, 4.94 OT Miami (X)
Displayed the athleticism at the combine to show he knee was still improving. Has everything you want in a LT, if he is healthy, and can regain athleticism he had as a Sophomore. He may be forced to play RT in the Pro's. Could go as high as 18 to Dallas who are DESPERATE for O-Linemen.

8.6

27 Ashton Youboty- 6-1, 195, 4.43  CB Ohio State
Terrific athlete, good speed, but is more of a cover two corner then a man-to-man CB. Looks to be a terrific fit for Dungy-type zone defense. Could easily be taken by Colts. Good tackler who tougher than his reputation as a finesse Corner.

8.6

28 Leonard Pope- 6-7, 260, 4.62 TE Georgia
Great blend of size and athleticism. Can snag the ball away from his body and make the great catch with his huge hands. He caught 39 passes for 541 yards and 4 TDs for a running Offense. Still more athlete than player. May be like Marcus McNeil his size and athleticism is intrigue, but he plays high when blocking and must learn to get lower.

8.5

29 Jason Allen- 6-2, 200, 4.42            FS/CB Tennessee (X)
Severe injury concern who appears to be all the way back. Great natural safety who had 123 tackles and 2 interception Junior year hip injury.

8.5

30 Johnathan Joseph- 5-11, 193, 4.31 CB S. Carolina
Speed guy with size. Can play Press Corner. May not go in the first round, but should. He is that fastest riser in the charts and could go as high as 19 to the Chargers, or as low as the 2nd Round.

8.5

31 Sinorice Moss- 5-9, 180 WR Miami
Speed, speed, speed. Lack of size and production may keep him out of first round. But if you are looking for someone to stretch the field he is you man.

8.5

32 Lendale White- 6-1, 244, 4.7 RB USC
Showed up at Proday fast, slow, and disinterested. But he is Big, bruising, strong, and has just enough field speed. He ran for more yards and TDs then Bush, and is USC's all-time leader in rushing TDs. Torn hamstring any charater conserns may drop him into the 2nd Round.

8.5

2nd Round

33 Demeco Ryans- 6-2, 240, 4.66 LB Alabama
Has everything you want in a first round Linebacker, except elite athleticism. 40 time will really decide where he is taken.

8.5

34 Bobby Carpenter- 6-3, 254, 4.66 LB Ohio state
This is the player everybody is trying to steal in the late first early second round. He has injury concern. He will go higher then he should, and could go 21 to the Patriots. He ran 4.66 forty at Ohio State's Proday and claimed he was still only at 90%. He plays at 4.5 speed. Has had terrific production. Had 49 tackles and 8 sacks before he broke his ankle. Lacks elite quickness and change of direction. 

8.5

35 Thomas Howard- 6-1, 240, 4.42 OLB UTEP
Terrific speed athlete who is still learning the game. Has the speed and quickness to play Safety. Does not play as well inside and will need to play outside in Pro's.

8.5

36 Marcedes Lewis- 6-6, 255, 4.66   TE UCLA
Great receiver, smooth athlete, with great hands. Was primary option in senior year where he caught 58 passes for 741 yards and 10 TDs. Plays high when blocking.

8.5

37 Daniel Bullocks- 6, 209, 4.38 S Nebraska
Patriots-type player.

8.4

38 Kelly Jennings- 5-11, 178, 4.37 CB Miami
Speed corner from the U. He is very small and slight, but tough and has exceptional cover skills. He really impressed at the combine where he showed sprinter's speed and and an acrobat's quickness. 

8.4

39 Ko Simpson- 6, 205, 4.45 S S. Carolina
Sophomore who may have declared to early. But is big, fast, and productive.

8.4

40 D'Qwell Jackson- 6-0, 227, 4.6  ILB Maryland
Has everything you want in a ILB except size. Compares very favorably to Jonathon Vilma. he had 392 tackles, 21 tackles for losses, 10.5 sacks, and 6 int, his last three years in college.

8.4

41 Ryan O'Callaghan- 6-6, 350 ORT California
Mauler who will struggled his last two seasons in college because of injuries, but when he was healthy he played like a 1st Rounder.

8.4

42 Davin Joseph- 6-2, 304, 5.09 OG/OC Davin Joseph
Smaller pure technician-type OG. Looks ready made to start next season. Is learning to play Center, showing his intelligence and understanding of what it takes to be a Pro player.

8.3

43 Rodrique Wright- 6-4, 310, 5.1 DT Texas
I believe he is a very under-rated player, and he should go in the first round. But he does struggle with consistence and some say he doesn't work hard enough.

8.3

44 Tamba Hali- 6-2, 270, 4.8 DE Penn State
Chose not to work out at Combine and had disastrous work out on Proday. But is a pure pass-rusher with good size, strength, and plays faster than forty time. He will slide into the 2nd Round and turn out to be a very good player.

8.3

45 Joseph Addai- 5-11, 210, 4.40 RB LSU
Will go higher then this. Very good blocker and receiver, but he runs like J.R. Redman.

8.3

46 Antonio Cromartie- 6-2, 208, 4.49 CB/S Florida State X
Over-rated prospect who only started one game in college and torn ACL. Is rare athlete who could develop into something special. 

8.2

47 Darnell Bing- 5-11, 220, 4.6 S USC
Could be a Rodney Harrison- type player, but he disappears for stretches in games sometimes. Looked the part at USC Proday where he was hugeand did 25 reps. 8.2
48 Charles Spencer- 6-4, 325, 5.15 OG Pittsburgh 
Is a mauler with excellent strength and fairly good feet. May be able to play RT. 8.2
49 Max Jean-Gilles- 6-4, 350, 5.5 OG Georgia
Huge mauler who really showed well at the Senior Ball, and looked like he was ready to step in and start right away. Struggles in space so he is a OG and not an OT. 8.2
50 Kellen Clemens- 6-1.5, 222, 4.7 OT Texas
Strong armsed short QB who appear to put it all together his senior year before broken anckle sidelined him for the season. 8.2
51 Jon McCargo 6-1.5, 300, 5.1 DT NC State
Undersized one-gapper who may have worked himself into the first round. But he doesn't stand up well against the run, and for that is the primary job of a D-Tackle. But the is uncommonly quick and strong enough to shot the gaps. Has been compared to Tank Johnson drafted by Chicago in the 2nd round in 04. 8.2
52 Richard Marshall CB 5-11, 195, 4.42 Penn State
Great college corner with ties to Belichick. Makes big plays when it counts, but sometimes looses concentration or plays a little to aggressive and gives up a big play. Has the athleticism to be a starting corner in the NFL, but still needs coaching. Belichick often finds some diamonds in the rough to draft latter in the draft so he can concentrate on a player in the first round, I think this is the player he wants in the second round, so he won't take a corner in the first. WR is such a desperate need for the Pats that if Jackson or Holmes is available in the first they will have to take him. 8.2
53 Andrew Whitworth- 6-6, 320, 5.15 OT LSU
Has everything you want in a LT prospect other then pure athleticism, so he will be limited to Right Tackle. Super hard working player who coaches want on there team. Displayed enough athleticism to play RT at Combine. 8.0
54 Joe Klopfenstein- 6-5, 255, 4.62  TE Colorado
Excellent receiver with lots of experience blocking. He is smart, tough, and has excellent hands. Did 27 reps at the Combine.  8.0
55 Daryl Tapp- 6-1, 263 DE Virginia Tech
Looks similar to Dwight Freeney, but is not as fast. He knows how to get to QB. He is a player I like more then most. Plays low and fast and can get to the QB. Outstanding competitor who could play LB in 3-4, but I believe will play DE in Pro's. 8.0
56 Brian Calhoun-  5-9, 200 RB Wisconsin
Coach said he was the best RB he's ever coach. Had great production as a starter Sophomore and Senior season, added 15 pounds as a Junior when he had to sit out the season. Small but might be able to handle the load as a starting RB. 8.0
57 Cedric Griffen- 6-0, 190, 4.49 CB Texas
Cover Corner who some think should be top five DB taken. Had great Senior Bowl. more of a cover-two Corner who could play FS. 8.0
58 Pat Watkins- 6-4, 205 FS Florida State
Has intriguing size and athleticism.  7.8
59 Demetrius Williams-  6-2, 190  WR Oregon
Thin WR who some think will be great and don't like at all. Is thin but has good height at 6-2, and really knows how to get open. Plus he had a good week down at the Senior Bowl and impressed a lot of GMs. 7.8
60 Brodie Croyle- 6-2, 210    QB Alabama
Played very well at Senior Bowl and looks like he could develop into legit NFL starter. 7.8
61 Anthony Fasano- 6-4 3/8, 250, 4.71 TE Notre Dame
Good blocker and receiver. Is not going to knock anybody out with his athleticism, but he caught 47 passes for 576 yards and 2 TDs last season. 7.8
62 Orien Harris-  6-3, 302 DT Miami
Has strong hands, and when he plays low he looks unbeatable. Many scouts believe his best position in NFL may be as a 3-4 Defensive End. 7.5
63 Marcus McNeil- 6-7, 320, 5.07 OT Auburn
Waist bender who has great height but does not play low enough. If he doesn't learn to bend knees he will be a disaster as a pro. McNeil is slightly over-rated in my opinion. Tackles his size really need to bend the knees. He does not bend at the knees as well as he needs to, and that will kill him in the Pro's. He struggle last season specifically because he bent at the waist too much. But he is an amazing athlete for a player of his size, and is he can get his technique down he could be a great one. I'm just not sure he can suddenly start playing lower at this stage of his career. He has a rare back disorder that causes a thinning of the lower spine, and some have taken him right off their board. 

7.5

64 Jeremy Trueblood- 6-7, 320, 5.15 ORT Boston College
Plays to high, and does not have the feet to play LT. 7.4
65 Will Blackmon CB/WR Boston College
Great athlete who did a great job at BC. Could be Troy Brown type fill-in type player.  7.4
66 Jon Alston- 6-1, 225    LB Stanford
Smart, fast, and productive. One of the players Patriots are rumored to like. 7.4
67 Daryn Colledge-  6-4, 296 OLT Boise State
Looks small plays big. Has as good feet as any prospect in this draft. He is a legitimate Left Tackle prospect who could go as high as 55 to the Jets or 34 to  New Orleans. This guy can move. He has great speed and quickness, which is becoming the top asset for any Left Tackle in the new NFL. 7.4
68 Brandon Marshall 6-4, 225, 4.42  WR Central Florida
Super Athlete who rated I placed this high because of triangle numbers. 7.4
69 Deuce Lutui- 6-3, 338, 5.5 OG USC
A mauler who cannot play in space. 7.2
70 Leon Washington- 5-8, 210, 4.42 RB Florida State
Looked like top RB in the country before last season. May be able to handle the load as a starter and not just a third down change of pace RB. 7.0
71 Parys Haralson-  6-2, 250, 4.8 DE/OLB Tennessee
Under-sized productive college DE. 7.0
72 Jonathan Lewis- 6-1, 304 DT Virginia Tech
Four year starter with lots of production. 6.9
67 Omar Jacobs- 6-4, 225  QB Bowling Green (X)
Great sophomore year (4,002 yards, 41 TDs, 4 Ints) who did not look like the same person as a Junior. 6.9
74 Maurice Drew- 5-6.5, 205, 4.39 RB UCLA
Could a starter in the Pro's, but more likely a situation RB. 6.9
75 Maurice Stovall- 6-4 3/8, 218, 4.54 WR Notre Dame
Stovall could be the player Belichick has earmarked for the third round, but he may have to trade up from here to get him. Concerns about hands and that he may be a systems WR.  He has a great combination of size and speed, plus has spent a year in the Patriots offense under Charlie Weis. He is a more valuable WR to the Pats then any other team, but can they take him in the First Round? That I don't know. If Pats could trade down and pick up some extra picks and still get Stovall and Marshall in the second round I think they will consider this a very successful draft. 7.5 (Okay, so I cheated;-)
76 Gabe Watson- 6-4, 340, 5.2 DT Michigan
Big, fat, and lazy. But the depth at D-Tackle is not good this year and he may have worked his way into the first round. 7.0 (will  go much higher than this)
77 Dusty Dvoracek- 6-2, 301  DT Oklahoma (X)
Plays better then he practices. 6.9
78 Dominique Byrd- 6-2, 250   H-Back/TE USC
Underachiever who will have to work harder in the Pro's.  
79 Charlie Whitehurst- 6-4, 216  QB Clemson (X)
Has proto-typical size and looks like a starting QB. But needs to show he has the arm strength after shoulder surgery.  6.8
80 Daniel Manning Jr.-  5-11, 205, 4.4 FS/OLB Georgia
Great athlete still trying to put it all together. Small school guy who needs a lot of work, but is very smart and works hard to  improve. Could be interesting second day pick for Pats. 6.8
81 Todd Watkins-  6-2.5, 185, 4.4 WR BYU
Speed, speed, speed. 6.8
82 Fred Matua- 6-2, 305   OG USC (X)
Tough, mean, and nasty. Has injury concern.  
83 Alan Zemaitis- 6-2, 205 CB/S Penn state
Ran terribly at Proday and may have to play Safety.  6.7
84 Tim Jennings- 5-8, 185, 4.32 CB Georgia
Small and fast corner who is good in coverage and has excellent instincts. 6.7
85 Guy Whimper- 6-5, 305, 4.95 OT LSU
Needs to get stronger and tougher, but has feet and athleticism to play LT in Pro's. 6.7
86 Abdul Hodge ILB- 6', 245, 4.7 Iowa
Will be a low round pick who starts at ILB for a team for ten years. 6.7
3rd Jerious Norwood- 5-11, 205, 4.37 RB Mississippi St.
Has the durability to be a starting RB in Pro's. Would be excellent insurance for Dillon's foot. One of the players Patriots are rumored to like. And does anyone remember the last time the Patriots took a 5-11 205 pound RB in the 3rd round? Does anyone remember Martin?  
4th Mike Hass- 6-1, 210  4.58 WR Oregon State
Has it all except speed. Could be a great possession-type WR for Patriots  
4th Gerris Wilkinson- 6-3, 240, 4.7 ILB Miami
Very smart and Assignment oriented. knows defense and works hard to succeed. Very good athlete, but lacks the explosion of great Inside Linebackers. Has been very durable and is good in coverage. Plays fast.  
4th Kai Parham- 6-3, 250  4.7 ILB Virginia
had 103 tackles, 14.5 TFL, and 8.5 sacks last season in Al Groh's defense. Looks like an NFL LB, and spends a lot of time in opponents back field. Natural Pass rusher from outside, but doesn't play well in space. Became the leader of the defense last season after Darryl Blackstock and Ahmad Brooks left. Doesn't have the best instincts, and looks to think himself into trouble sometimes.  
4th Babatunde Oshinowo-  6-2, 305, 5.2 DT/NT Stanford
Very smart, may be too smart. Terrific athlete. Plays injured and is tough. Patriots-type player. Had solid Senior Bowl and may have work his way into the First Day. Has the strength to hold double-team and  allow LB to make plays. Best position in NFL could be Nose Tackle. Could be interesting back-up for Wilfork.  
5th Rocky McIntosh- 6-2, 235, 4.6 ILB Miami
Gets caught up in traffic to mush so he may have to play outside. Productive as starter the past to season where he had 200 Tackles, 23 TFL, and 9.5 sacks. Has had a history of injuries that will cause him to be a second day draft pick. If he can toughen-up and play through injuries he will be a very good Pro.  
5th Jason Avant-  6-1, 210, 4.6 WR Michigan
Great hands and work ethic. Has everything you in a WR except speed. Patriots-type player. Doesn't have the speed or burst most teams want in a Pro receiver, but know how to get open. Possession-type receiver who is Very quick. Excellent blocker.  
5th John Walker- 6-1, 200, 4.4 CB/S USC
Played Nickel Corner last season for Trojans. Has the size to play Safety and athleticism to play CB. Lacks experience and played like a track-guy early in his career. Started to get it and really played well second half of Senior season, where he started only five games his whole career. Could be day one pick on triangle numbers alone, but severe lack of experience should cause him to slide to second day. Played lots of Special Teams.  
5th Leon Williams- LB, Miami, 6-3, 240, 4.54 LB Miami
Will need to be a back-up LB for a few years, but I think he will develop into legit starter. He is top athlete who projects outside. Not the brightest light on the field. Production doesn't match athleticism. Should be a monster on special teams where he can run and not think.  
6th Willie Reid- 5-10, 189, 4.34 WR Florida State
Great speed but small. Patriots like WR with great speed but are small. Gets slowed down a lot by minor injuries and may not be tough enough to be drafted by the Pats. Quick, smart, and knows how to get open on the field. Had three punts returned for TD's last season. Loves to compete.  
6th DeMario Minter- 5-11, 199, 4.45 CB Georgia
Size speed guy who loves the game and studies it. Lack fluid hips.  
6th Skyler Green- 5-9, 195, 4.5 WR LSU
Will never develop into a starter but is great in return game and could develop into a 3rd or 4th Wide Receiver. Will come right in and contribute on Special Teams.  
6th Jermaine Jamison- 6-2.5, 202, 4.44 WR Fresno State
Fresno State connection with good size and speed.  
7th Pat Ross- 6-4, 295 OC Boston College
Tough smart center. Not Patriots biggest need, put a low cost back up who should develop into a decent stating player on the O-Line.  
7th Mike Bell- 6-0, 218, 4.6 RB Arizona
Lacks speed but has the size and experience to be a starter in the NFL. Had viral infection which hurt him last season so he could be exceptional value on the second day.  

 

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