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PhilpW
04-07-2009, 05:53 PM
15 - Darius Butler, CB - I don't think Dunta is back next year and I doubt Jenkins falls this far.
46 - Rashad Jennings, RB - Big back to pound it in the red zone. If you want a stud back, you can't wait past the second.

Ole Miss Texan
04-07-2009, 06:05 PM
15: LB- Clay Matthews III
46: FS- Rashad Johnson

Texecutioner
04-07-2009, 06:08 PM
Beanie Wells
Paul Krugar

danger6
04-07-2009, 06:37 PM
#15: LB, Clay Matthews III
#46: OC/OG, Eric Wood

Spled
04-07-2009, 06:55 PM
15 - Beanie Wells
46 - Mike Mickens

JCTexan
04-07-2009, 07:02 PM
#15 - Brian Cushing
#46 - Patrick Chung

Blake
04-07-2009, 07:30 PM
Clay Matthews
Max Unger

bah007
04-07-2009, 08:04 PM
1st - CB Malcolm Jenkins: top CB in the draft for two years running. If he falls, we should be at the podium in less than five seconds.

2nd - SS William Moore: teach him how to wrap up when he hits and you got the best SS in this draft.

Texan4Ever
04-07-2009, 08:25 PM
1.) Brian Cushing - Aggressive OLB who hails from the Carroll Trojan defense, leader and impact player who can lay down the hammer.

http://www.uscho.com/images/uwire/2006/32662_464o222s.jpg

2.) Patrick Chung - May struggle in coverage but can hit well and brings aggression and instincts to the table as a player.

http://www.csufresno.edu/Collegian/archive/2005/09/19/sports/images/pinegar_thumb_bobosky.jpg

steelbtexan
04-07-2009, 08:40 PM
My picks would be

1. Barwin
2. Sidbury

Their picks probably will be

1. Matthews
2. A. Brown

rollinstone18
04-07-2009, 08:52 PM
1st - CB Malcolm Jenkins: top CB in the draft for two years running. If he falls, we should be at the podium in less than five seconds.

2nd - SS William Moore: teach him how to wrap up when he hits and you got the best SS in this draft. :goodpost:

Add James Davis in the 3rd and Henry Melton or Brandon Williams in the 4th and tha'd be one hell of a draft.

Ole Miss Texan
04-07-2009, 09:37 PM
#15: LB, Clay Matthews III
#46: OC/OG, Eric Wood

1st - CB Malcolm Jenkins: top CB in the draft for two years running. If he falls, we should be at the podium in less than five seconds.

2nd - SS William Moore: teach him how to wrap up when he hits and you got the best SS in this draft.

Ooh, I like both these too. Wood seems to have some potential! I wanted to put Michael Oher or Malcolm Jenkins but I really don't see them slipping despite popular belief. Some players I like get selected where they should and not drop like some gurus think (see Antoine Cason, Ray Rice and Jacob Hester).
William Moore is one player that the internet fanbase are slamming. I see the nfl teams thinking differently and he'll probably go in the 2nd round. I wouldn't be against that selection.

JayCee
04-07-2009, 10:08 PM
Jenkins
Unger

Texan JBZ
04-07-2009, 10:17 PM
1st - CB Malcolm Jenkins: top CB in the draft for two years running. If he falls, we should be at the podium in less than five seconds.

2nd - SS William Moore: teach him how to wrap up when he hits and you got the best SS in this draft.

What?!? WTF bah007? What happened to the "Say no to William Moore" sig you were sporting for a couple of months? Why the change of heart all of a sudden?

1st - Jenkins
2nd - Unger

Surprise pick that turns out to be a hell of player:

4th - Ashlee Palmer, OLB, Ole Miss

bah007
04-07-2009, 11:31 PM
What?!? WTF bah007? What happened to the "Say no to William Moore" sig you were sporting for a couple of months? Why the change of heart all of a sudden?

1st - Jenkins
2nd - Unger

Surprise pick that turns out to be a hell of player:

4th - Ashlee Palmer, OLB, Ole Miss

That was when everyone on this board wanted him in the first round and some guys were even saying they would take him over Taylor Mays.

Now everyone is saying that he is a third round pick at best.

I don't buy it. I've had him ranked as a second round prospect all along. I think that is where he belongs and if he was there at #46 I would take him. If you could just teach the knucklehead how to wrap up when he hits then you would have a solid NFL player.

I'm glad you noticed the sig though...

RT22
04-08-2009, 12:29 AM
1-15 Brian Cushing SOLB USC 6'-3" 243lbs
2-46 William Moore SS Missouri 6'-0" 221lbs
3-77 Shonn Greene RB Iowa 5'-11" 227lbs
4-112 Darcel McBath FS Texas Tech 6'-0" 198lbs
4-122 Brandon Williams PRS Texas Tech 6'-5" 252lbs
5-152 Captain Munnerlyn CB USC 5'-9" 185lbs
6-188 Greg Isdaner OG West Virginia 6'-4" 325lbs
7-223 Anthony Hill TE NC State 6'-5" 262lbs

beerlover
04-08-2009, 02:57 AM
#15 Vontae Davis, CB Illinois
http://www.illinoisloyalty.com/i/20061104/illini-ohio-state-16.jpg

#46 Rashad Jennings, RB Liberty
http://www.libertyflames.com/wwwadmin/globals/templates/1912/images/news_main/football-action-rashadjennings9-large.jpg

Maddict5
04-08-2009, 05:43 AM
id be delighted with any of

1. Malcolm Jenkins
2. Lawrence Sidbury


1. Maybin/Brown
2. Rashad Johnson/Delmas

Mari-OWNED!
04-08-2009, 08:27 AM
15. Malcolm Jenkins - CB, Ohio State
46. Max Unger - C, Oregon

TimeKiller
04-08-2009, 10:15 AM
1.Clay Matthews
2.R Johnson, R Jennings, Max Unger any of 'em


for kicks
3.best DE/pass rush specialist available
4.If S is 2nd then RB here, if RB 2nd then S here
5.KR/WR
6.Oline
7.Oline

Honoring Earl 34
04-08-2009, 11:23 AM
I'm going deep .

1. Connor Barwin ... drug free , versatile , raw with a nonstop motor .

2.Sean Smith

HOU-TEX
04-08-2009, 11:55 AM
RD1 - Darius Butler
RD2 - Rashad Johnson
RD3 - Rashad Jennings

Polo
04-08-2009, 12:06 PM
1) Oompa
2) Loompa

Wolf6151
04-08-2009, 12:12 PM
My picks would be:
1. Darius Butler
2. William Moore

Smith/Kubiak/Texans picks would be:
1. Clay Matthews
2. Rashad Johnson

BOLIO
04-08-2009, 12:33 PM
Trade the 15th for Miami's 25th and 56th:


25th - Alphonso Smith CB Wake Forest
46th - Johnson FS/SS Bama (or MOORE from Mizzou)
56th - Jennings RB Liberty

Moore was SOOO good his Junior year. What happened? Who do you get by picking him-the all-world junior or the so-so senior?

bah007
04-08-2009, 02:23 PM
Trade the 15th for Miami's 25th and 56th:


25th - Alphonso Smith CB Wake Forest
46th - Johnson FS/SS Bama (or MOORE from Mizzou)
56th - Jennings RB Liberty

Moore was SOOO good his Junior year. What happened? Who do you get by picking him-the all-world junior or the so-so senior?

I think the real William Moore is somewhere in between those two players. That's why I think he is a solid second round player.

Texecutioner
04-08-2009, 02:25 PM
I think the real William Moore is somewhere in between those two players. That's why I think he is a solid second round player.

Yeah he might be, but I would rather go with Delmas or Sean Smith personally Bah.

bah007
04-08-2009, 02:26 PM
Yeah he might be, but I would rather go with Delmas or Sean Smith personally Bah.

I wouldn't be against that in the second round.

Texecutioner
04-08-2009, 02:29 PM
I wouldn't be against that in the second round.

Yeah that is what I meant in the 2nd round. If we were to go RB in the first and get our first defensive player in the 2nd I really would like Sean Smith or Paul Krugar but of course it all depends on who we would grab in the 1st round on defense as well if we went with a defensive pick.

Polo
04-08-2009, 03:04 PM
1) Beenie Wells,RB
2) James Laurinitis, ILB/SLB
3) Lawrence Sidbury,DE
4) A.Q Shipley,C
4) Xavier Fulton, OT
5) CJ Spillman,FS
6) Antone Smith,RB
7) Isaiah Williams, WR

And after the seventh pick, he rested.

steelbtexan
04-08-2009, 03:26 PM
I'm going deep .

1. Connor Barwin ... drug free , versatile , raw with a nonstop motor .

2.Sean Smith

Yeah

If we could get Sidbury in the 3rd & then trade back into the 3rd & get A. Brown or Green I would not even have to watch the rest of the draft.

Texecutioner
04-08-2009, 03:52 PM
1) Beenie Wells,RB
2) James Laurinitis, ILB/SLB
3) Lawrence Sidbury,DE
4) A.Q Shipley,C
4) Xavier Fulton, OT
5) CJ Spillman,FS
6) Antone Smith,RB
7) Isaiah Williams, WR

And after the seventh pick, he rested.

Polo, you know that there is no way that Lauranitis will be available with our 2nd pick. Now that would be freaking awsome if it happened of course but that is a pipe dream that would never happen.

WHy don't you put another 2nd round pick in there?

Like the Beanie Wells pick though.

badboy
04-08-2009, 04:41 PM
15 - Darius Butler, CB - I don't think Dunta is back next year and I doubt Jenkins falls this far.
46 - Rashad Jennings, RB - Big back to pound it in the red zone. If you want a stud back, you can't wait past the second.What I think will happen is a trade down and I take Robert Ayers DE later in first round and my 2nd round will be Ron Brace DT to stop run.

If no trade, my guys Raji and Jenkins should be gone and I reluctantly take Vontae Davis CB @#15 as only player that might beat out a starter. In 2nd round, Brace.

On my board I have RB Rashad Jennings and FS Rashad Johnson available at our selections in 3rd. We will have two thirds due to trade down. I'll not be shocked if Wells is taken by us some time in first.

badboy
04-08-2009, 04:43 PM
1) Beenie Wells,RB
2) James Laurinitis, ILB/SLB
3) Lawrence Sidbury,DE
4) A.Q Shipley,C
4) Xavier Fulton, OT
5) CJ Spillman,FS
6) Antone Smith,RB
7) Isaiah Williams, WR

And after the seventh pick, he rested.If it goes that way I say "Do a little dance, make a little love. Get down tonight!":kingkong:

WolverineFan
04-08-2009, 04:57 PM
#15 - CB Malcolm Jenkins, Ohio State
#46 - SS William Moore, Missouri

I know bah posted this same lineup above, but it's been what I've been thinking as well.

Texecutioner
04-08-2009, 04:59 PM
#15 - CB Malcolm Jenkins, Ohio State
#46 - SS William Moore, Missouri

I know bah posted this same lineup above, but it's been what I've been thinking as well.

I wouldn't have a big problem with this. It would certainly make our secondary a lot deeper with talent. I like Sean Smith a little more than Moore though.

Polo
04-08-2009, 05:04 PM
Polo, you know that there is no way that Lauranitis will be available with our 2nd pick. Now that would be freaking awsome if it happened of course but that is a pipe dream that would never happen.

Why don't you put another 2nd round pick in there?

Like the Beanie Wells pick though.

If Laurinitis isn't there (I think he might be because of his less than inspiring 40 times) I'd go with Sean Smith, FS in the second and my 5th round pick would instead be Jason Phillips ILB/SLB.

WolverineFan
04-08-2009, 05:09 PM
I wouldn't have a big problem with this. It would certainly make our secondary a lot deeper with talent. I like Sean Smith a little more than Moore though.

I love Sean Smith, but he is either a CB or a FS. If we took Jenkins then we wouldn't need another CB this early so I'm thinking more immediate need here. Eugene Wilson is a pretty good starting FS and he's only 27. Nic Ferguson on the other hand is a marginal starter at SS and he's 34. Also I'm not sold on Dominique Barber as our longterm solution at SS, he needs to prove it and competition is the best remedy for that.

To be honest I would be happy if we traded back to the mid 20's range and took Smith and picked up an extra pick.

JWarren14
04-08-2009, 05:46 PM
#15 M.Jenkins/V.Davis - I believe our LB corps has 3 young players in Ryans, Adibi, and Diles who can produce and the addition of B.Davis and C.June should add quality depth and raise the level of competition. Outside of Dunta we haven't really had a great ball hawking guy in the secondary. If Jenkins falls it would be sweet, but V.Davis could be an option as well.

#46 Rashad Jennings - Last season we enjoyed a great season by a young RB and the respect gained for our running throughout the year opened up other players to have big years. AJ and OD both had Pro Bowl Year's as a result of the amped up passing games. Rashad is a bigger back who can grind it out and would be a perfect compliment to Slaton to keep the run game consistent throughout the year.

How many more days until the draft...this stuff is getting old.

Texecutioner
04-08-2009, 05:51 PM
I love Sean Smith, but he is either a CB or a FS. If we took Jenkins then we wouldn't need another CB this early so I'm thinking more immediate need here. Eugene Wilson is a pretty good starting FS and he's only 27. Nic Ferguson on the other hand is a marginal starter at SS and he's 34. Also I'm not sold on Dominique Barber as our longterm solution at SS, he needs to prove it and competition is the best remedy for that.

To be honest I would be happy if we traded back to the mid 20's range and took Smith and picked up an extra pick.

No, no, no, no way on Moore in the first round. Moore simply is not first round talent at all. Mid 2nd round sure, but no way in the first round.

Agree with you about Barber though.

Texecutioner
04-08-2009, 05:53 PM
If Laurinitis isn't there (I think he might be because of his less than inspiring 40 times) I'd go with Sean Smith, FS in the second and my 5th round pick would instead be Jason Phillips ILB/SLB.

Well then you and I have very similar interests with whom we would like with our first two picks Polo. I believe that I said Wells and Kruger, but I would like Smith just as much as Krugar. Either one of those guys would be fine with me. I'm real big on Smith because we could use him at S or at CB.

WolverineFan
04-08-2009, 05:59 PM
No, no, no, no way on Moore in the first round. Moore simply is not first round talent at all. Mid 2nd round sure, but no way in the first round.

Agree with you about Barber though.

Lol I never said anything about taking Moore in the 1st round . .

Ole Miss Texan
04-08-2009, 06:10 PM
I think the real William Moore is somewhere in between those two players. That's why I think he is a solid second round player.

I'd agree with your assessments. I think he'd be a real solid 2nd round choice for us. I don't know much about the new secondary coach (Gibbs) but hopefully he can teach this kid up. I don't necessarily see Moore as a MUST start early in the season, I think he'd be a guy we could groom in but I do think he'd see the field a substantial bit.

The thing about his senior season was that he was playing up on the LOS a lot covering the slot WR. I doubt this is something we'd be doing, I'd think of him more of a S for our team than he was as a CB his senior season. I believe that coupled with an injury made him have a less than productive season.

RT22
04-08-2009, 08:19 PM
1) Beenie Wells,RB
2) James Laurinitis, ILB/SLB
3) Lawrence Sidbury,DE
4) A.Q Shipley,C
4) Xavier Fulton, OT
5) CJ Spillman,FS
6) Antone Smith,RB
7) Isaiah Williams, WR

And after the seventh pick, he rested.

I like the Antone Smith selection. I think he is a good fit for our running game and will be over looked in the draft because FSU has dropped a bit.

Vinny
04-08-2009, 10:41 PM
1st - CB Malcolm Jenkins: top CB in the draft for two years running. If he falls, we should be at the podium in less than five seconds.

2nd - SS William Moore: teach him how to wrap up when he hits and you got the best SS in this draft.
That's my ideal one, two but I'm not sure either will be there...fingers crossed.

Kaiser Toro
04-09-2009, 01:30 AM
Jenkins
Robiskie

dalemurphy
04-09-2009, 02:34 AM
Jenkins
Robiskie

I'd be troubled if we made it out of the 2nd round without filling needs at RB, Safety, C/G... That being said, those are two excellent players and it would be difficult to criticize the organization for taking either of them. I'm shocked that Robiskie apparently is expected by so many to fall deep into the 2nd round. Barring serious injury problems, there is no way that guy doesn't become a very good NFL receiver... and, it won't take long, either.

I really want to trade down in the first. But, assuming that doesn't happen and nobody falls unexpectedly. Here's my ideal:

15. Jenkins
46. Eric Wood

rarazz00
04-10-2009, 08:42 AM
1) Clay Mathews

2) Louis Delmas/Sean Smith

3) RB:fans:

Ole Miss Texan
04-10-2009, 10:00 AM
Anybody hear the Eric Wood interview yesterday on 1560AM?? Guy was impressive. Sounds very intelligent, is a film junkie... I would love for this guy to fall to our 2nd round pick. He's up there on my list for that pick, like Dale!

I'd be thrilled with Jenkins/Wood!

dalemurphy
04-10-2009, 10:04 AM
Here are my 1st and second round picks after we trade down with Phillie and then again with NE:

34. Clint Sintim
46. Eric Wood
47. Sean Smith
53. Louis Delmas

The1ApplePie
04-10-2009, 10:13 AM
1. Maclin
2. Alphonso Smith/Delmas (not sure if AS is realistic)
3. Fili Moala

Ole Miss Texan
04-10-2009, 10:21 AM
Here are my 1st and second round picks after we trade down with Phillie and then again with NE:

34. Clint Sintim
46. Eric Wood
47. Sean Smith
53. Louis Delmas

How'd we get #53? Anyways, I'd take:
34: Donald Brown, RB, UConn
46: Eric Wood, C/G, Louisville
47: Rashad Johnson, FS, Alabama
53: Jarius Byrd, CB, Oregon

danger6
04-10-2009, 10:27 AM
Anybody hear the Eric Wood interview yesterday on 1560AM?? Guy was impressive. Sounds very intelligent, is a film junkie... I would love for this guy to fall to our 2nd round pick. He's up there on my list for that pick, like Dale!

I'd be thrilled with Jenkins/Wood!

I heard part of the interview (with distractions). IIRC he said he was known as an athletic O-Linemen, then a year ago (?) his coach (or was it a new coach?) asked him to take a different role and become a "mauler". Some scouts have expressed concern to him that he was a great mauler and wondered if he could do more. Then they were surprised at his level of athleticism in the bowls and combine and his stock has been rising since.

Did I get that right?

He has a lot of private workouts lined up . . . the Texans were not mentioned that I heard.

He sounds like a great fit for the Texans in the 2nd.

threetoedpete
04-10-2009, 11:54 AM
15: LB- Clay Matthews III
46: FS- Rashad Johnson

15:Mathews 46:Sidbury or Louis Delmas if Sidbury is off the board.

threetoedpete
04-10-2009, 11:58 AM
No, no, no, no way on Moore in the first round. Moore simply is not first round talent at all. Mid 2nd round sure, but no way in the first round.

Agree with you about Barber though.

Moore was in 2007. I wouldn't touch him...any where in the first round...if he dropped...maybe.

JB
04-10-2009, 12:23 PM
15. Matthews
46. Sean Smith
77. A. Brown/C. Peerman

dalemurphy
04-10-2009, 12:43 PM
How'd we get #53? Anyways, I'd take:
34: Donald Brown, RB, UConn
46: Eric Wood, C/G, Louisville
47: Rashad Johnson, FS, Alabama
53: Jarius Byrd, CB, Oregon



15 to phillie for 28 and 53
then,
28 and next year's 3rd to Ne for 34 and 47... we might have to give them a 5th or 6th also but NE is looking to move up and trade for picks to have in 2010... anothe option would be 28 for 34 and 89.

badboy
04-10-2009, 01:40 PM
#15 M.Jenkins/V.Davis - I believe our LB corps has 3 young players in Ryans, Adibi, and Diles who can produce and the addition of B.Davis and C.June should add quality depth and raise the level of competition. Outside of Dunta we haven't really had a great ball hawking guy in the secondary. If Jenkins falls it would be sweet, but V.Davis could be an option as well.

#46 Rashad Jennings - Last season we enjoyed a great season by a young RB and the respect gained for our running throughout the year opened up other players to have big years. AJ and OD both had Pro Bowl Year's as a result of the amped up passing games. Rashad is a bigger back who can grind it out and would be a perfect compliment to Slaton to keep the run game consistent throughout the year.

How many more days until the draft...this stuff is getting old.I like your picks especially Jenning but many mocks including Lance Zerline has Jenning avail in 4th. I hope they are right as I see him going higher.

bah007
04-10-2009, 01:44 PM
I like your picks especially Jenning but many mocks including Lance Zerline has Jenning avail in 4th. I hope they are right as I see him going higher.

I have Jennings as my #5 RB and a late second round pick.

badboy
04-10-2009, 01:45 PM
I'd agree with your assessments. I think he'd be a real solid 2nd round choice for us. I don't know much about the new secondary coach (Gibbs) but hopefully he can teach this kid up. I don't necessarily see Moore as a MUST start early in the season, I think he'd be a guy we could groom in but I do think he'd see the field a substantial bit.

The thing about his senior season was that he was playing up on the LOS a lot covering the slot WR. I doubt this is something we'd be doing, I'd think of him more of a S for our team than he was as a CB his senior season. I believe that coupled with an injury made him have a less than productive season.My evaluation also. I originally had Moore in 1st on trade down but he pick up some weight and began to slide. I want a NT more than a safety so I am going Raji in 1st or Brace in 2nd, but Moore is a good selection in 2nd.

badboy
04-10-2009, 02:00 PM
I like the Antone Smith selection. I think he is a good fit for our running game and will be over looked in the draft because FSU has dropped a bit.He just might be over looked as he is 5'8" and 191 lbs but you do have in correct round. To me much better options exist for RB and for he 6th pick.

badboy
04-10-2009, 02:04 PM
I have Jennings as my #5 RB and a late second round pick.And you could be right on target. I'm hoping we get him later so we can use that 2nd for another player. i was pushing Shonn Greene until I became aware of this small school player.

Mr teX
04-10-2009, 02:14 PM
15: LB- Clay Matthews III
46: FS- Rashad Johnson

^
:highfive:

Insideop
04-10-2009, 11:39 PM
#15 Clay Matthews III. Would like to trade down a few spots and get an extra pick and still get CM3.

#46 Patrick Chung. Hope he's still there and we take him. SS is a ? right now to me and I like Chung more than Moore. Chung seems to be more of a "lunch pail" worker than Moore. JMHO!

beerlover
04-12-2009, 03:29 PM
gonna have to change my selections based off inside information I cannot expound!

trade down - 20th-23rd pick up additional late 2nd rd. pick

1st. RB Donald Brown, Connecticut 5102 210
compliment to Steve, gives the Texans a potent 1-2 punch moving forward.

2a. CB Alphonso Smith, Wake Forrest 5090 207
playmaker with great ball instincts, solidifying back-end.

2b. LB Clint Sintim, Virginia 6026 256
could develop into a RDE, little stiff in hips for traditional SLB/WLB. situational pass rusher, instinctive & well coached.

awtysst
04-12-2009, 03:55 PM
gonna have to change my selections based off inside information I cannot expound!

trade down - 20th-23rd pick up additional late 2nd rd. pick

1st. RB Donald Brown, Connecticut 5102 210
compliment to Steve, gives the Texans a potent 1-2 punch moving forward.

2a. CB Alphonso Smith, Wake Forrest 5090 207
playmaker with great ball instincts, solidifying back-end.

2b. LB Clint Sintim, Virginia 6026 256
could develop into a RDE, little stiff in hips for traditional SLB/WLB. situational pass rusher, instinctive & well coached.

Boo on inside information. I would not be disappointed with these selections. I like Alpho and Sintim. I am not sure if Brown is the right person though. He seems to be a bit of a dancer to me. Id rather go Unger/Mack in round 1 and then grab Jennings in round 3.

PhilpW
04-12-2009, 08:15 PM
gonna have to change my selections based off inside information I cannot expound!

trade down - 20th-23rd pick up additional late 2nd rd. pick

1st. RB Donald Brown, Connecticut 5102 210
compliment to Steve, gives the Texans a potent 1-2 punch moving forward.

2a. CB Alphonso Smith, Wake Forrest 5090 207
playmaker with great ball instincts, solidifying back-end.

2b. LB Clint Sintim, Virginia 6026 256
could develop into a RDE, little stiff in hips for traditional SLB/WLB. situational pass rusher, instinctive & well coached.

That would be an awesome day 1 haul.

Big Poundcake
04-12-2009, 11:57 PM
LB Clay Matthews
DB Louis Delmas

badboy
04-13-2009, 05:15 PM
gonna have to change my selections based off inside information I cannot expound!

trade down - 20th-23rd pick up additional late 2nd rd. pick

1st. RB Donald Brown, Connecticut 5102 210
compliment to Steve, gives the Texans a potent 1-2 punch moving forward.

2a. CB Alphonso Smith, Wake Forrest 5090 207
playmaker with great ball instincts, solidifying back-end.

2b. LB Clint Sintim, Virginia 6026 256
could develop into a RDE, little stiff in hips for traditional SLB/WLB. situational pass rusher, instinctive & well coached.

20 Lions: don't have late 2nd.
21. Eagles interesting as I have tried to make a scenario work.
22.Vikings love to make deals with us
23. Pats no way they trade up.

Your picks are good but I'd go different with every pick. Mel Kiper said Saturday he likes Moreno K and Brown equally with Brown being faster.