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Old 12-25-2009   #2
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Default Re: Texan4Ever's 2010 NFL Mock Draft

11.) San Francisco 49ers - Joe Haden, CB

The 49ers need a young CB to develop and other then Nate Clements and Walt Harris (who are nearing the end of there careers), the other CBs on the roster are nothing more then career backups. Drafting Haden, who should start right away, is the first step in fixing the defensive secondary.

12.) Atlanta Falcons - Sean Weatherspoon, OLB

The Falcons need a CB, DE, and OLB but I feel that the only position worth drafting for at this point is OLB, the Falcons can grab a CB and DE later on. This may be early for Weatherspoon but there is a need at OLB and he will fill that spot nicely. He had 155 tackles his Junior year with 5 sacks and 3 INTs and is an excellent player at linebacker.

13.) San Francisco 49ers - Bruce Campbell, OT

The 49ers drafted Joe Staley to secure the left tackle position and now they need someone at right tackle. Campbell is the man for the job and has excellent size for an OT (6'7" 310-lbs). Not to mention, he is agressive and top-notch when it comes to pass protection.

14.) Miami Dolphins - Dan Williams, NT

Terrence Cody would make perfect sense but I don't see him as a Bill Parcels type of guy and at 365-lbs he needs to shed some weight before going pro. Williams on the other hand would be a good fit at NT and has the size (6'3" 325-lbs) to excell at the position.

15.) Tennessee Titans - Sergio Kindle, DE

The Tacks need a BIG DT...FAST! There defensive line has grossly underperformed but at this point there is no DT IMO worthy of a top 15 pick so Kindle gets the nod. Kindle can develop into a Jevon Kearse-type of player if he bulks up and even through many people see him as a hybrid 3-4 OLB I think he is suited to play DE in a 4-3 as he did at Texas.
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