Originally Posted by bah007
If we get Michael Johnson at #46 then expect to see about 20 GM's looking for new jobs next Sunday.
Johnson could go as high as #15 (if he checked out in interviews) and I don't see him dropping out of the first. The talent is there and he has a lot of it. Taking him is a risk, but I see no possible way that he falls below #33.
Although I agree with you, Mel Kiper, Mike Mayock, and Steve Wyche disagree with both of us. They're all putting him in the 2nd round so that's the reason I projected him there.