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Old 10-09-2005   #1
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1) OT Marcus McNeill, Auburn - an athlete with amazing size(6'9" 337lbs) who knows how to finish blocks.

2) DE/OLB Darryl Tapp, Virginia Tech - a proven playmaker who can get to the QB in a hurry, this years David Pollack.

3a) CB Will Blackmon, Boston College - this pick give the hope for the future in case Buchanon can't improve.

3b) TE Jeff King, Virginia Tech - King has the size(6'5" 246lbs) to block as well as be able to make the hard catches.

4) DT Kwakou Robinson, Virginia - Robinson is reunited with London and has a lot of experience in a 3-4.

5) OG Matt Lentz, Michigan - a guard who can do it all and will take over for Wiegert when he hangs it up.

6) WR Maurice Stovall, Notre Dame - a huge(6'5" 220lbs) target who will make his living in the endzone and over the middle

7) S Tyrone Culver, Fresno St - a solid safty who could eventually stick with the team.
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Don't forget to trade 2, 3a, 3b and rd4 for Justin Fargas and Oakland's 3rd round pick in 2006
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Don't forget to trade 2, 3a, 3b and rd4 for Justin Fargas and Oakland's 3rd round pick in 2006
That's right, you can't be a Certified Draft Genius Riverboat Gambler Type if you aren't willing to trade the whole draft for that one player who can put you over the top (and a pick to trade with later!)
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1. o-line
2. o-line
3a. o-line
3b. o-line
4. o-line
5. o-line
6. o-line
7. punter

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A++

the texans finally address their porous line issues. brilliant. also 05 sadly marked the end of punter chad stanley's carreer. after setting the nfl record for punts in a season he had carreer ending hyper-extended-ingrown-athletes foot-knee contusion-ittis.

in other news casserly sets a trend of cost cutting measures by drafting at least 1 player from a medical school to help the training staff. 7th round picks are after all cheaper then most doctors and its comforting to have players with the versatility to play both ways.
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Why are people so down on D'Brickashaw Ferguson. I understand that he is only like 300 pounds, but if thats the only problem then thats a stupid reason to take someone else over him. He has the best footwork and quickness in the draft, which is a must if you are going to play D'Wight Freeny twice a year, and he can always gain weight.
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Mel Kiper has Marcus McNeil sliding out of the top 5 Tackles in his college football positional rankings.
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Mel Kiper has Marcus McNeil sliding out of the top 5 Tackles in his college football positional rankings.
Kiper lost me last year when he had Dan Cody as the #1 player overall. I do believe McNeil is not a top ten pick though.

McNeil was given a third round grade by the advisory committee last year. I'm not sure what D'Brick would have got, but it had to be better than a third round grade.
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1) OT Marcus McNeill, Auburn - an athlete with amazing size(6'9" 337lbs) who knows how to finish blocks.

2) DE/OLB Darryl Tapp, Virginia Tech - a proven playmaker who can get to the QB in a hurry, this years David Pollack.

3a) CB Will Blackmon, Boston College - this pick give the hope for the future in case Buchanon can't improve.

3b) TE Jeff King, Virginia Tech - King has the size(6'5" 246lbs) to block as well as be able to make the hard catches.

4) DT Kwakou Robinson, Virginia - Robinson is reunited with London and has a lot of experience in a 3-4.

5) OG Matt Lentz, Michigan - a guard who can do it all and will take over for Wiegert when he hangs it up.

6) WR Maurice Stovall, Notre Dame - a huge(6'5" 220lbs) target who will make his living in the endzone and over the middle

7) S Tyrone Culver, Fresno St - a solid safty who could eventually stick with the team.
Here's my input: McNeill doesn't have the quickness to play LT in the NFL; if Tapp is this year's Pollack, he won't be available in the 2nd round; Blackmon wants to play WR full time so I don't see us drafting him at CB; King is alright, but I'd rather have Tim Day; Robinson is too weak to play NT, even at 330 pounds, and not quick enough to be an effective 3-4 DE; I like Lentz; someone will take a chance on Stovall before round 6 -- if not, he would be an absolute steal there; I haven't seen enough of Culver to pass judgement on him...

Personally, my picks would go something like this:
1. D'Brick Ferguson, OT, Virginia
2. Leonard Pope, TE, Georgia
3a. Greg Eslinger, C, Minnesota
3b. Ced Griffin, CB, Texas
4. Manny Lawson, DE/OLB, NC State
5. Dale Robinson, ILB, Arizona State
6. Montavious Stanley, DT, Louisville
7. Rhema McKnight, WR, Notre Dame
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The reason why I didn't pick Ferguson is that he recently injured his knee and I didn't know the extent of it.
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Im not an expert on judging o-lineman so i will leave that for you guys to argue but i would love Tapp at olb. I think he could easily be a 10+ sack man year in and year out but i wouldn't be surprised if he were gone by our second round pick.
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I made this mock a while ago and it was before I realised that McNeill was going to be a RT at the next level.
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