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GrandPa
06-15-2006, 03:06 PM
Here is a first cut of a 2007 mock draft that I ran across:

Good early look at some prospects.

2007 Mock Draft
1st Round
1. San Francisco 49ers-WR Calvin Johnson, Georgia Tech*-Calvin is my #1 overall prospect along with many others. I donít believe the three WRís the 49ers drafted last year will ever become true #1 WRís. Alex Smith needs a true #1 to go along with Vernon Davis and Frank Gore.

2. New York Jets-RB Adrian Peterson, Oklahoma*
-The Jets did draft Leon Washington last year, but he is only going to be a 3rd down RB and nothing more. Adrian Peterson is an amazing physical specimen and would be an excellent replacement for Curtis Martin.

3. Houston Texans-FS/SS LaRon Landry, LSU
-The Texans grabbed Eric Winston last year in the 3rd Round and I believe he can develop into a very good LT. They have a huge need at safety and LaRon is very versatile and a playmaker that help out the Texans defense a lot.

4. Buffalo Bills-QB Brady Quinn, Notre Dame
-J.P. Losman has been a huge bust thus far. If he doesnít perform this year, then it is time to move on. Brady Quinn is a franchise QB with excellent size and a strong arm. Itís time for the Bills to move on.

5. Tennessee Titans-OT Joe Thomas, Wisconsin-The Titans O-Line could use an upgrade, especially after drafting a Quarterback (Vince Young) #3 overall last year. Joe Thomas is a franchise LT who possess great size and excellent pass blocking. Thomas would pretty much complete the Titans offense and make it very good.

6. Oakland Raiders-DE/OLB Gaines Adams, Clemson
-Derrick Burgess had a great season last year. But, he has 0 help on the opposite side. Gaines Adams is a very quick sack artist who is also very good it getting his arms up and cutting off passing lanes (had more pass breakups last year than his 1st Round teammate Tye Hill). They still need help in the middle of the Defensive Line, but this is certainly helpful.

7. Green Bay Packers-RB Marshawn Lynch, California*-Ahman Green never seems to stay healthy and Samkon Gado is not the answer. Marshawn Lynch is much like Adrian Peterson. He has great size and strength and also has had an injury like Peterson. Marshawn is just a step-behind Peterson in my book though, but he would greatly aid Aaron Rodgers in the near future.

8. New Orleans Saints-OLB/ILB Paul Posluszny, Penn State-Before trading away Courtney Watson, the Saints had a big need at LB. Now, itís a huge need. Paul Posluszny is a fierce competitor who can play either OLB or ILB. Pauly P would instantly make the Saints defense better.

9. St. Louis Rams-QB Brian Brohm, Louisville*
-Their were rumors afloat last year of the Rams possibly taking Jay Cutler in the 1st Round. But, they didnít. Marc Bulger isnít very old, but, they donít have a quality back-up behind him or anyone for the future. Brian Brohm has been a very highly touted QB with very good size and a quick release. The Rams need a QB for the future and Brohm is the answer.

10. Detroit Lions-CB Antoine Cason, Arizona*
-Except Dreí Bly, the Lions secondary is not very impressive. Dreí is not the youngest guy either and will probably call it quits in the not to distant future. So, they need a replacement. Antoine Cason is a great talent from Arizona who has very good size (and the frame to add on more weight), good speed, and is very aggressive against the run and can also rush the QB very well for a CB. Cason would certainly help a very average Lions defense.

11. Baltimore Ravens-ILB Patrick Willis, Ole Miss
-The Ravens may have drafted DT Haloti Ngata in the 1st Round to start opening up more holes for Ray Lewis, but the fact is Ray wonít be around too much longer and they need a replacement. Patrick Willis is very Ray Lewis like in his determination and toughness along with being an excellent team leader and great ability to tackle with great technique and ability to deliver a pop. Willis could instantly step in and assume the same position as Ray Lewis did.

12. Cleveland Browns-OT/OG Justin Blalock, Texas
-The Browns have had some major Offensive Line holes the past few seasons and they havenít done much to solve them. Now that Charlie Frye is the starter, they really need to bring in some people to protect their young QB. Justin Blalock is a very experienced RT who is great at run blocking. He is limited to RT and OG because his mobility and footwork are only average, but he is still a very good prospect nonetheless. If Braylon Edwards and Kellen Winslow Jr. can return from their injuries, this offense will be very good.

13. Minnesota Vikings-TE Greg Olsen, Miami (Fla.)*
-The Vikings traded up last year to grab Tarvaris Jackson in the 2nd Round and they believe he has a lot of potential and is their future QB. But, besides Troy Williamson, the Vikings donít have many weapons for Jackson in the future. Greg Olsen is an excellent TE who is the next in a long line of great Miami TEís. Olsen possess great size and soft hands who is also a very good blocker. A great TE is a QBís best friend.

14. Arizona Cardinals-OT Sam Baker, USC*
-The Cardinals O-Line has been pretty bad the last few season. Last year, they had to experiment with ex-DE Fred Wakefield at OT. That was failure to say the least. That said they really need someone to protect Leinart in the near future and who better than his LT at USC, Sam Baker. Baker is a very experienced and a great pass blocker who kept Leinart clean at USC. Baker would be a huge aid to the Cardinals O-Line.

15. Atlanta Falcons-FS/SS Michael Griffin, Texas
-The Falcons brought in Lawyer Milloy in Free Agency, but the Lawyer wonít be around for long and they have nothing behind him. Michael Griffin is a very versatile safety who has great size, is very versatile, and a ballhawk who can also hit well. Griffin would be a great help to the young and improving Falcons secondary.

16. Philadelphia Eagles-WR Dwayne Jarrett, USC*
-The Philadelphia Eagles can win without Terrell Owens (and without the hundreds of injuries to hit them last year) and Iíll be the first to admit it. But, theyíll never be a Super Bowl team without him. They brought in Jason Avant and Jeremy Bloom in last yearís draft, but Avant will only be a #2 WR at best and Bloom is a return man. The Eagles WR core is just a bunch of #2 WRís (at best) right now with the likes of Reggie Brown, Jabar Gaffney, and Greg Lewis. They need a true #1 WR. Dwayne Jarrett has excellent size, soft hands, and is a great redzone target. Dwayne would give McNabb a true #1 target which is desperately needed.

17. Tampa Bay Buccaneers-WR/CB Ted Ginn Jr., Ohio State*
-Chris Simms is the QB of the future. Michael Clayton is a very good possession WR but Joey Galloway is getting up in age and he has been a huge part of the Bucs offense. They donít have a speedster behind him to replace him and they need one in their type of offense. Ted Ginn Jr. has amazing speed and athletic ability who is an amazing return man and a very special player. Ginn hasnít played CB in a while, but was decent at the position and could develop into a solid nickel CB and play a Deion Sanders type role playing offense, defense, and special teams (though Ginn would be primarily offense where as Deion as primarily defense). Ginn is the explosive type of player that the Bucs need to replace Galloway.

18. Kansas City Chiefs-WR Sidney Rice, South Carolina*
-The Chiefs donít need great WRís to produce 4,000 passing yards each seasons as past years have shown with the likes of Eddie Kennison, Samie Parker, and Dante Hall. But, Eddie is getting old and Brodie Croyle was drafted in the 2nd Round last year to replace Trent Green in the near future. Croyle needs a true weapon. Sidney Rice only has one year of college football under his belt, but he dominated the SEC. Sidney has great size, is a very good redzone target, and can break tackles very well for a WR, something very rare in a WR. Brodie Croyle, Larry Johnson, and Sidney Rice, a bright future for the Chiefs offense.

19. Washington Redskins-DE Lawrence Jackson, USC*
-The Redskins defense has made great strides under Gregg Williams, but that doesnít mean that it doesnít have needs. The Defensive Line is getting very old and they need somebody for the future. Lawrence Jackson has very good size and the frame to get bigger and has done a very good job of rushing the passer and defending the run. Andre Carter is going to need a partner for the future and Lawrence would be an excellent choice.

20. Jacksonville Jaguars-WR Jeff Samardzija, Notre Dame
-The Jaguars were a near Super Bowl team, then Jimmy Smith retired. The team now lacks a true #1 WR. Jeff Samardzija has excellent size, great athletic ability, great hands, and does a great job of out leaping defenders and adjusting to the ball. Jeff doesnít have much starting experience and nobody is sure whether he will play Baseball (drafted in the 5th Round by the Chicago Cubs) or Football, but he has great upside and could be a very good WR in the NFL.

21. San Diego Chargers-SS/FS Brandon Merriweather, Miami (Fla.)
-A lot of people expect the Chargers to make a big fall from the past few years, but they are a good team and will contend for a playoff spot. Rivers is a very good young QB who has been training hard and awaiting his chance to play. He now has it and has every intention of performing well. Rivers does need a WR for the future, but the top 5 WRís are off the board so they turn to the secondary where there is a big hole at safety. Brandon Merriweather is a versatile player who is good against both the pass and run and is very aggressive. Merriweather would certainly help a young secondary that has two 1st Round CBís in Quentin Jammer and Antonio Cromartie.

22. Miami Dolphins-OLB Rufus Alexander, Oklahoma
-Nick Saban has done a great job with the Dolphins, particularly in the draft. But, one thing he hasnít done is bring in a future LB to replace the aging Junior Seau and/or Zach Thomas. Rufus Alexander is a bit undersized, but possess excellent speed, is great in coverage, has very good lateral movement, and is all over the field making plays. A excellent replacement for Seau.

23. New York Giants-RB Michael Bush, Louisville
-Eli Manning has developed very nicely for the Giants and they have done a good job of supplying him with talent. But, their star RB Tiki Barber is getting old and they have no future replacement. Michael Bush is a huge RB that surprisingly has great athletic ability and agility as well as good feet and blows defenders over. He doesnít have good speed though and sometimes tries to plow over people to much, but would still be a very good replacement for Tiki Barber.

24. Dallas Cowboys-QB Drew Stanton, Michigan State
-The Cowboys from all signs seem to like the young QBís they currently have in Tony Romo, Drew Henson, and recent UDFA Jeff Mroz. Yet, only Henson has even started a game. Bledsoe is getting old and the QBís behind him are boom or bust players that are all leaning towards the bust side more. They need to get somebody who can actually take over after Bledsoe leaves. Drew Stanton is a very tough QB with great size, great mobility, and has great athletic ability. He has suffered his fair share of hits and injuries already in his young career, but is a great competitor who could start from day one if needed.

25. Cincinnati Bengals-DE/OLB Quentin Moses, Georgia
-The Benglas keep bringing in hybrid players who original look to take the starting job at DE opposite of Justin Smith, then wind up playing OLB, specifically David Pollack last year. Itís about time they brought in a DE and keep him at DE. Quentin Moses has very good size (and the frame to add on weight), great quickness along with a quick first step, and is very athletic. He does need to add some weight though and improve against the run, but could the starter they need opposite of Justin Smith (unless they move him to OLB, which he does have the ability to do).

26. New England Patriots-CB Leon Hall, Michigan
-Despite being their biggest need in the last draft, the Patriots failed to bring in a CB. Itís once again their biggest need and they need to solve it. Leon Hall has very good size and speed, has a lot of starting experience, and has been very productive and knows how to disrupt plays. Heíd certainly be an upgrade to a weak CB core in New England.

27. Carolina Panthers-QB JaMarcus Russell, LSU*
-Quarterback seems to be the Panthers least talked about need. But, you canít ignore the fact that Jake Delhomme is going to be 32 years old at the time of the draft and that Chris Weinke and Stefan LeFors are not the future. JaMarcus Russell is a big QB that reminds most of Daunte Culpepper because of his size (6-5 248 lbs.) and ability to move around. JaMarcus also has a cannon for an arm, perhaps the strongest Iíve seen (can throw the ball 80 yards) and has great athletic ability. His mechanics really need some work though along with his accuracy and decision making. I expect him to have a big season this coming year though and shot up into the 1st Round where the Panthers could be waiting for their future QB.

28. Chicago Bears-OT Doug Free, Northern Illinois
-The Chicago Bears have two very good OTís in Fred Miller and John Tait, but both are up in age and they need to add somebody for the future. Doug Free is a mammoth OT who has the potential to be a franchise LT. He is a good pass blocker and very good run blocker with great athletic ability. The Bears need some protection for Rex Grossman, or Brian Griese, or Kyle Orton, or whoever their starting QB will be.

29. Pittsburgh Steelers-DE/OLB/ILB LaMarr Woodley, Michigan
-The Steelers just got off a very successful year winning the Super Bowl and they are looking to repeat. I doubt they do it, but they are a very good team. Anyways, they still do have some holes to fill, and Linebacker is one of them. LaMarr Woodley is an extremely versatile player with very good strength, good quickness, good athletic ability, and does a very good job of getting after the QB. LaMarr also fits Pittsburghís style of play with his motor and never give up attitude. He could bulk up and player 3-4 DE, player 3-4 OLB and edge rush, or even play ILB in the 3-4 (His skills best suit 3-4 OLB). Wherever he plays, he will help the Steelers a lot and provide great depth.

infantrycak
06-15-2006, 03:07 PM
We need a link to the source or the post will have to be removed. Thanks.

GrandPa
06-15-2006, 03:20 PM
A link to a mock draft is a rather strange request, but whatever floats your boat...

The idea was to get some information on some of the players possible in next years draft...

http://forums.footballguys.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=246097

Edited to add: The message board is free for use and this is not payed for information it is free to all. If that matters.

Nawzer
06-15-2006, 03:22 PM
The fact that this mock draft has us picking at no.3 is scary. Something very wrong has to happen in my opinion for us to be picking that high again next year. But hey it's a mock draft.

Meloy
06-15-2006, 03:59 PM
Oh No! 3rd pick? ARRRGH! A safety at the 3rd pick? I can't see Kubes doing that IMO.

Hulk75
06-15-2006, 04:14 PM
Oh No! 3rd pick? ARRRGH! A safety at the 3rd pick? I can't see Kubes doing that IMO.
I dont think we are anywere close to that 3rd pick next year.............

hot pickle
06-15-2006, 04:23 PM
and if we are i think we will see brady quinn in a texans uni

TexanFan881
06-15-2006, 08:48 PM
We win the last game last year and we get the 5th or 6th pick. I couldn't stand having another year like last year :francis: Hopefully Landry will fall to us at #32 :texflag:

Wolf
06-15-2006, 09:14 PM
and if we are i think we will see brady quinn in a texans uni


I will agree with that unless it is our defense that faulters.

after we find out that ahmad brooks has his head straight and we get him for a 3rd in the supplement draft.. we go secondary :heh: 1st

I can dream right?

Trap_Star
06-15-2006, 09:15 PM
Wow, picking 3rd and taking a FS with that pick...:hmmm: If we're drafting top 5, I want either Quinn or Brohm. Or give Carr another year and trade down for Marshawn Lynch...:stirpot: :tease:

Wolf
06-15-2006, 09:20 PM
too funny, Cowboys would almost have the market on Drews at QB then.. Drew Bledsoe,Drew Henson,Draft Drew Stanton..

who is next? Drew Bledsoe retired..go ahead and get Drew Brees.. :heh:

seriously though..

I guess depending on P-Buch and how he does (if we resign him or what) ..we might go CB

Trap_Star
06-15-2006, 09:34 PM
too funny, Cowboys would almost have the market on Drews at QB then.. Drew Bledsoe,Drew Henson,Draft Drew Stanton..

who is next? Drew Bledsoe retired..go ahead and get Drew Brees.. :heh:

seriously though..

I guess depending on P-Buch and how he does (if we resign him or what) ..we might go CB

No faith in Faggins????:rolleyes:

Wolf
06-15-2006, 09:40 PM
No faith in Faggins????:rolleyes:

I like Faggins, but as #3 not #2

TexanFan881
06-15-2006, 09:41 PM
No faith in Faggins????:rolleyes:

There's no way I can see Faggins stepping in and becoming an above average #2 CB.

DominickDavisFan76
06-15-2006, 09:44 PM
Ummm... first of all

Ted Ginn Jr. is a WR...he wont even try to be a corner.
Jeff Smarjiza or whatever is a TE, that could convert to WR if he wanted to but I doubt it.
I like Drew Stanton because I am a spartan fan, He has the ability to play like Jake Plummer, or David Carr.

He can run and pass and he was one of the best QBs last year.Better than Brohm so I think that the texans could possibly pick him up next year if David Carr can't step up or...If they just want a better back up/starter then Sage Rosenfels...What do u guys think?

Trap_Star
06-15-2006, 09:50 PM
There's no way I can see Faggins stepping in and becoming an above average #2 CB.

Me neither. I was trying to be sarcastic, but i guess that smiley did'nt work.:brickwall

I agree with Wolf. Unless we're drafting top 10 because of our defense, I say we take a QB or a RB. We have used our last 4 first round picks on defense. Although i will say that if we are taking a CB, take Ginn from THE Ohio State..:ok:

HomeBred_Texan
06-15-2006, 11:22 PM
and if we are i think we will see brady quinn in a texans uni
Me too. Draft him and let him sit if necessary. I am anxious to see how he does his senior year. He may move up to be the number 1 overall pick...

And that is from a David Carr fan too....

TexanFan881
06-15-2006, 11:44 PM
Me neither. I was trying to be sarcastic, but i guess that smiley did'nt work.:brickwall

I agree with Wolf. Unless we're drafting top 10 because of our defense, I say we take a QB or a RB. We have used our last 4 first round picks on defense. Although i will say that if we are taking a CB, take Ginn from THE Ohio State..:ok:

I knew it :brickwall LOL, I'm a little slow with the smiley sarcasm and all that.

Smokedawg
06-15-2006, 11:46 PM
I would love to get Laron :drool: ,but i don''t think we'll pick there. Honestly i would not want Quinn. There is just something about him that says bust to me, but we'll have to see this fall. And Jamarcus Russel will not be a first round pick he slower than molasses and probably be 3rd on the LSU QB depth Chart.

TexanFan881
06-15-2006, 11:53 PM
If we get Brady Quinn that means our season went terribly wrong...I'm one of those who definately don't want to see him in a Texans uniform next year. Even if we do end up having a bad season and getting a high pick, if we pick a QB than we're almost back at step 1. We've got to keep with Carr, unless he is the only reason we are such a horrible team.

Smokedawg
06-16-2006, 12:24 AM
If we get Brady Quinn that means our season went terribly wrong...I'm one of those who definately don't want to see him in a Texans uniform next year. Even if we do end up having a bad season and getting a high pick, if we pick a QB than we're almost back at step 1. We've got to keep with Carr, unless he is the only reason we are such a horrible team.
Agreed!!! If you think it is like Carr is a rookie since he in a coaching style and everything. I just don't want to give up on a #1 pick. There will better QBs coming out in a few years better than Quinn. So lets just wait and be patience.

baba ganoush
06-16-2006, 03:45 PM
If we get Brady Quinn that means our season went terribly wrong...I'm one of those who definately don't want to see him in a Texans uniform next year. Even if we do end up having a bad season and getting a high pick, if we pick a QB than we're almost back at step 1. We've got to keep with Carr, unless he is the only reason we are such a horrible team.

that doesnt mean we had a bad season, look at the chicago bears and thier defense whiched carried them to the play-offs with a less than average qb and a 1300 yard rusher

Second Honeymoon
06-16-2006, 05:54 PM
If, God forbid, the Texans go 3-13 next year (or worse) then rest assured it will be partially because of bad QB play. Very few teams get NFL-starter quality QB play and still go 3-13. If Carr plays like he did last year, this year I think he needs to go the way of the dodo bird as far as the Texans are concerned. Enough is enough.

That being said, the fact that Kubiak would recently say that Carr had made the most improvement on the team bodes well for Carr's future as a Texan. I keep going back to the fact that Kubiak is a former QB. He knows what it takes and is willing to bet his future as Texans Head Coach/Demi-God on that fact. If Carr fails, Kubiak failed. He would have failed back on that day when he, being Kubiak, passed on hometown boy Vince Young, the football equivalent of Chuck Norris. Lets hope Mario plays great, the defense finally gels, and Carr doesn't continue to look like a failed experiment.

Doug from The Woodlands

"I think the Texans are going to go 12-4 and sweep the Colts and Titans" - Anonymous Optimistic Drunk Fan

wags
06-16-2006, 05:59 PM
passed on hometown boy Vince Young, the football equivalent of Chuck Norris.

I don't get it. Vince is hairy chested and does info-mercials with Christie Brinkley? :confused:

Farough
06-16-2006, 08:21 PM
Ummm... first of all

Ted Ginn Jr. is a WR...he wont even try to be a corner.
Jeff Smarjiza or whatever is a TE, that could convert to WR if he wanted to but I doubt it.
I like Drew Stanton because I am a spartan fan, He has the ability to play like Jake Plummer, or David Carr.

He can run and pass and he was one of the best QBs last year.Better than Brohm so I think that the texans could possibly pick him up next year if David Carr can't step up or...If they just want a better back up/starter then Sage Rosenfels...What do u guys think?

Samarjiza is most definately a WR.. hes never been a TE

sakebomb
06-16-2006, 11:05 PM
We need a link to the source or the post will have to be removed. Thanks.


Just curious as to why they would need to post a link to a mock draft. Please do explain.

HOOK'EM
06-19-2006, 06:30 AM
I got Brady Quinn going #1 overall to the Titans. Young is a B-U-S-T!

TexanFan881
06-19-2006, 04:45 PM
that doesnt mean we had a bad season, look at the chicago bears and thier defense whiched carried them to the play-offs with a less than average qb and a 1300 yard rusher

I'm saying if we get Brady Quinn that means we have a bad season because A.) We're replacing our QB and B.) He's going early, so we would have a bad record then unless everyone finishes 8-8.

threetoedpete
06-19-2006, 11:54 PM
Samarjiza is most definately a WR.. hes never been a TE
that's what i THOUGHT also. I was looking for him with a day one pick, not nessicarily the #1. But he would be a great playmaker to groom behind Eric. Looks and plays like an Easy Ed McCafferty clone to me.


Agrred on Faggins also, I like him a lot. I thought he struggled last year a bit. Makes a very nice #3 though. Might be time to go slumming for a RB. Hopefully we're much better than 3-13 and we're looking for the second teir first round guys.

Hutch13
06-21-2006, 02:52 AM
JaMarcus Russel is no way a 1st rounder he might not even start next year because of Matt Flynn who is a very good QB and played solid against Miami in the peach bowl

Smokedawg
06-22-2006, 12:58 AM
JaMarcus Russel is no way a 1st rounder he might not even start next year because of Matt Flynn who is a very good QB and played solid against Miami in the peach bowl
I think Ryan Periloux will start he has the gun of JaMarcus and extremely better legs than Flynn. He was the #1 overall player in the 2005 class. He is a beast lets just hope not a bust.

Hutch13
06-22-2006, 01:59 AM
I think Ryan Periloux will start he has the gun of JaMarcus and extremely better legs than Flynn. He was the #1 overall player in the 2005 class. He is a beast lets just hope not a bust.

ya ryan is good he is a very good athelete got all state bball as a sophmore... but he seem a little bit too young for such a great college football team

TheOgre
06-22-2006, 10:07 AM
We win the last game last year and we get the 5th or 6th pick. I couldn't stand having another year like last year :francis: Hopefully Landry will fall to us at #32 :texflag:

We are going to trade with the Seahawks or Colts down to #32 from #13? Hopefully we get something good in return.

jniner
06-22-2006, 01:08 PM
I got Brady Quinn going #1 overall to the Titans. Young is a B-U-S-T!

I hope this is a joke. hahaha funny
If not thats the dumbest thing ive ever seen on a message board. Even if Young has a bad year they would never draft another QB first pick. Who gives up on a QB after 1 season?

YoungTexanFan
06-22-2006, 07:12 PM
I hope this is a joke. hahaha funny
If not thats the dumbest thing ive ever seen on a message board. Even if Young has a bad year they would never draft another QB first pick. Who gives up on a QB after 1 season?

most Texan fans.

dcarey20
06-28-2006, 04:00 PM
I dont think we are anywere close to that 3rd pick next year.............

you all would have said the same thing last year if someone had told you that you would have been picking 1st overall

real
06-28-2006, 04:06 PM
you all would have said the same thing last year if someone had told you that you would have been picking 1st overall

I wouldn't have...I always felt the Texans were playing above their head in previous years...

PapaL
06-28-2006, 07:29 PM
Ummm... first of all.....
Jeff Smarjiza or whatever is a TE, that could convert to WR if he wanted to but I doubt it.

Seems like someone forgot to tell Notre Dame, ESPN, and USAToday that he's a TE.


83 Samardzija, Jeff Wide Receiver 6-5/216 JR Valparaiso, IN/Valparaiso

http://und.cstv.com/sports/m-footbl/mtt/nd-m-footbl-mtt.html


#83 Jeff Samardzija | WR

http://sports.espn.go.com/ncf/player/profile?playerId=150332


Jeff Samardzija WR

http://fantasyfootball.usatoday.com/content/clubhouse_roster.asp?sport=CFB&majteam=ND

Smokedawg
06-29-2006, 01:11 AM
most Texan fans.
lol:

dcarey20
07-26-2006, 02:11 AM
Jeff Smarjiza or whatever is a TE, that could convert to WR if he wanted to but I doubt it.

lol

Titan "Tack" Fan
07-26-2006, 09:59 AM
27. Carolina Panthers-QB JaMarcus Russell, LSU*
-Quarterback seems to be the Panthers least talked about need. But, you canít ignore the fact that Jake Delhomme is going to be 32 years old at the time of the draft and that Chris Weinke and Stefan LeFors are not the future. JaMarcus Russell is a big QB that reminds most of Daunte Culpepper because of his size (6-5 248 lbs.) and ability to move around. JaMarcus also has a cannon for an arm, perhaps the strongest Iíve seen (can throw the ball 80 yards) and has great athletic ability. His mechanics really need some work though along with his accuracy and decision making. I expect him to have a big season this coming year though and shot up into the 1st Round where the Panthers could be waiting for their future QB.

HAHHHAHHAHHAHAHAHHA

Jamarcus Russell is not 6'5. I had a class with him last year, ive stood next to the guy. He is ALL of 6'7.