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Old 12-15-2005   #1
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I didnt put more than 5 minutes into it, but i feel this would leave almost every true fan happy with the results. Also this is a very realistic draft IMO. Flame away guys.


1st overall: traded to whoever picks third, they look to hope the #2 team for bush. In the process we pick up #3 overall, a second this year and next year

3rd overall: We trade to whoever is picking 8 (baltimore, miami?) so they can take leinhart. In this trade we aquire the #8 overall, a second this year, and a first next year.

8th overall: Eric Winston, LT

33 overall: top LB left: brooks, ryans, carpenter, hodge...

35 overall: jason allen, cb

40 overall: dumervile, de/lb

3rd round, 1st pick: Orin Haris, DT

3rd round, NO pick: Rocky Mcintosh, LB

4th round, 1st pick: Dwayne slay

5th round, 1st pick: Tauiti Luiti, OG

6th round: doesnt matter, wont make the new team

7th round: doesnt matter, wont make the new team
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Eric Winston

Position:
OT

College:
Miami (FL)

Projected Selection:
Top20
Pros: Similar to Robert Gallery Winston was a former TE and has the athleticisim to be very effective in pass protection. At 6'7 310 he has the prototypical size of a franchise LT and should hear his name early in round 1. Great run blocker and has long arms and uses them properly for pass protection
Cons: He is coming off of a serious ACL tear that sidelined him all of last year and caused him to have a very rusty start this year. Had a horrible game against Florida State where that line allowed 9 sacks, but now he is starting to regain his dominance.
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Winston did not move to OT until the 2003 season, but has made a good transformation and should be very effective in the pros. Won a High School state championship with Cedrick Benson at Middlan Lee High School.

Best Fits: Houston, NY Jets, Cleveland, ATL, Dallas
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CAREER: Talented lineman who could be primed for national honors this season...the 2003 Offensive Lineman of the Year for the Hurricanes (voted on by the coaching staff)...moved to tackle from tight end in 2003 and quickly earned the starting job at left tackle...a dominating presence in the line who also matured into one of the team's vocal leaders...has the size, athletic ability, intelligence and work ethic to develop into an outstanding tackle...finance major. 2003 (SOPHOMORE): Emerged as one of the Hurricanes' best offensive linemen in his first season on the line after switching from tight end...second on the team in metrorails with 28, while adding 18 pancakes...was named an offensive MVP against West Virginia by the Hurricane coaching staff after recording five metrorails and three pancakes to lead the Hurricanes to a season-high 352 passing yards...earned offensive MVP accolades after turning in a career-best six metrorails against Rutgers...credited with a season-high six pancakes against Boston College...had two metrorails and one pancake to lead the Hurricanes to 352 rushing yards and five rushing touchdowns against Temple...recorded five metrorails and two pancakes in a win over Pittsburgh to clinch a piece of the BIG EAST regular season title...recorded at least two metrorails in nine games. 2002 (FRESHMAN): Played in all 13 games and provided blocking power in multiple tight end situations...had two catches for 13 yards...had one reception for six yards against Temple...debuted against Florida A&M and caught one pass for seven yards against the Rattlers. HIGH SCHOOL: Lee...team won three Texas Class 5A titles in four seasons...played tight end and defensive end...SuperPrep National Elite 50 Team...no. 44 prospect overall in the nation by SuperPrep...no. 2 tight end by SuperPrep...no. 6 player in Texas by SuperPrep...PrepStar Top 125 Dream Team...nation's no. 2 tight end by PrepStar...no. 1 tight end in the Midlands by PrepStar...Houston Chronicle Texas Top 100...nation's no. 11 player by Tom Lemming... nation's no. 1 tight end by Tom Lemming...Tom Lemming All-American...no. 3 tight end on Max Emfinger's National Top 125... no. 54 player in the nation on the Dallas Morning News National Top 100...no. 9 prospect in Texas, regardless of position, on the Dallas Morning News Texas Top 100...First-Team All-American by ESPN.com...no. 2 tight end in the nation by TheInsiders.com...no. 2 tight end in the nation and no. 77 prospect overall by Student Sports...a member of the Gridiron Greats Preseason Top 100...two-time First-Team All-State by the Texas Sportswriters Association... First-Team All-USA Today...caught 20 passes for 210 yards and 3 touchdowns as a senior...made 13 catches for 325 yards and 1 touchdown as a junior...chose Miami over Texas A&M, LSU and Texas...coached by John Parchman.


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Position:
MLB

College:
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Projected Selection:
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Pros: Hard working, fiery captain on a good Iowa defense. Great tackler, and possesses terrific lateral speed to get to any play. Nicknamed "Hitman" for his LB abilities. One of the better prospects as a run support linebacker.
Cons: Can struggle in coverage at times, and can sometimes get over-agressive in his style. Just need to polish his overall skills at the position.
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Hawk-Item - - Led Big Ten in tackles per game (10.8) and ranked 27th nationally in 2003.

2004 Honors - - Named pre-season second team all-American by NationalChamps.net . . . one of three juniors selected to team Leadership Council for 2004 season . . . listed as first team linebacker following spring practice.

2003 - - First team all-Big Ten . . . Hustle Team Award, defense . . . one of three sophomores selected to team Leadership Council for 2003 season . . . 2003 - - Started all 13 games of the season at middle linebacker . . . recorded five solo tackles and two assists in opening win over Miami, OH, including one tackle for loss as defense held Miami to 54 yards rushing . . . recorded five solo tackles in win over Buffalo, including one QB sack . . . recorded 10 solo tackles and five assists in win at Iowa State . . . had three tackles for loss and one QB sack at ISU, and caused a fumble that led to Iowa’s first touchdown . . . recorded eight solo tackles and seven assists in win over Arizona State . . . collected six solo tackles, one assist and one tackle for loss at Michigan State . . . recorded three solo tackles and 10 assists in win over Michigan . . . recorded eight solo tackles and eight assists for career high 16 tackles at Ohio State . . . also had two tackles for loss and a pass break-up . . . forced a fumble at the Iowa one-yardline to stop an OSU scoring threat in the second quarter . . . recorded five solo tackles in win over Penn State . . . also had a 47-yard fumble return that led to Iowa’s first score of the game and had one pass break-up . . . recorded seven solo tackles and two assists in win over Illinois and had a fumble recovery for the second straight game . . . recorded seven solo tackles and four assists at Purdue, including one tackle for minus four yards . . . recorded nine solo tackles, seven assists and one pass break-up in win over Minnesota, as defense held high-scoring Gophers without a touchdown until the final five minutes . . . recorded seven solo tackles and seven assists in win at Wisconsin as defense posted a second half shutout . . . recorded four solo tackles and four assists in Outback Bowl win over Florida.

2002 Honors - - Coaches Appreciation Award, special teams . . . 2002 - - saw action in all 13 games . . . recorded three solo tackles and three assists in opening-win over Akron . . . had no stats in win at Miami . . . saw action on special teams vs. Iowa State but had no statistics . . . two solo tackles and two assists in win over Utah State . . . one assisted tackle in win at Penn State . . . six solo tackles and two assists in win over Purdue . . . recorded one solo tackle in win over Michigan State . . . recorded two solo tackles in win at Indiana . . . recorded five solo tackles in win at Michigan as defense held Wolverines to 22 rushing yards and 171 yards total offense . . . saw action in win over Wisconsin, primarily on special teams, and had no statistics . . . five solo tackles in win over Northwestern, including one QB sack and a QB pressure . . . saw action in win at Minnesota, but had no statistics . . . recorded four solo tackles and two assists vs. Southern Cal in Orange Bowl.

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DeMeco Ryans

Position:
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College:
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Projected Selection:
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Pros: Nose for the ball and is a leader of a defense that is one of the best in college football. Very, very intelligent both as a student athlete and as a player reading offenses. Sure tackler.
Cons: Size and speed are Ryans' weaknesses. He can add some weight but at the likely detriment of his speed.
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DeMeco Ryans is a class act: ESPN ARTICLE

Position: Strong Linebacker

Class: Junior

Hometown: Bessemer, Alabama

Height / Weight: 6-2 / 232

Experience: 2VL

High School: Jess Lanier

2004 (Junior): He finished the regular season as the Tide's second-leading tackler with 78 stops. He added seven stops behind the line for 12 yards. He had a season-high 13 tackles in the Music City Bowl against Minnesota and 10 against Arkansas. He started 11 of the Tide’s 12 games and finished with 616 snaps on the season. DeMeco has 231 career tackles, 13th on the all-time tackle chart. He earned the Sylvester Croom Commitment to Excellence award following spring practice.

2003 (Sophomore): DeMeco (126), Roman Harper (111) and Derrick Pope (105) combined for the first time in school history to have three players with 100 or more tackles in a season. He carried a 3.50 GPA majoring in Management. The Tide's leading tackler in 2003, DeMeco set the school single game record against Arkansas when he turned in 25 tackles. His 126 season tackles ranked second in the Tide record book behind the 134 tackles by Woodrow Lowe in 1973. He had five double-figure tackle games including Oklahoma (16), Arkansas (25), Southern Miss (13), Tennessee (13) and Auburn (10). He closed with 1.5 sacks for 11 yards (against Southern Miss) and 8.5 stops behind the line for 26 yards.

2002 (Freshman): One of only two true freshmen to see action (the other was fullback Greg McLain), DeMeco played in every game and was a starter in the season finale against Hawaii. He played a total of 312 snaps on the season. He finished the season with 27 tackles and one stop behind the line for one yard. DeMeco also recovered one fumble and had two quarterback pressures. He had four stops each against Georgia and Ole Miss and his tackle behind the line came against Arkansas.

DeMeco used an outstanding spring practice to solidify his hold on the strong linebacker position. At the same time, he continued to make significant progress in the classroom and will be a strong candidate for Academic All-America honors. He earned the Sylvester Croom Commitment to Excellence award following spring practice.

2003 (Sophomore): DeMeco (126), Roman Harper (111) and Derrick Pope (105) combined for the first time in school history to have three players with 100 or more tackles in a season. He carries a 3.50 GPA and is majoring in Management. The Tide’s leading tackler , DeMeco set the school single game record against Arkansas when he turned in 25 tackles. His 126 season tackles ranks second in the Tide record book behind the 134 tackles by Woodrow Lowe in 1973. He had five double-figure tackle games including Oklahoma (16), Arkansas (25), Southern Miss (13), Tennessee (13) and Auburn (10). He closed with 1.5 sacks for 11 yards (against Southern Miss) and 8.5 stops behind the line for 26 yards. He forced a fumble against Arkansas and recovered one against Tennessee.

2002 (Freshman): One of only two true freshmen to see action (the other was fullback Greg McLain), DeMeco played in every game and was a starter in the season finale against Hawaii. He played a total of 312 snaps on the season. He finished the season with 27 tackles and one stop behind the line for one yard. DeMeco also recovered one fumble and had two quarterback pressures. He had four stops each against Georgia and Ole Miss and his tackle behind the line came against Arkansas.


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Position:
OLB

College:
Ohio State

Projected Selection:
Round2

Pros: Ideal size and strength, great at stuffing the run, and good at point of attack. A sure tackler, able to shed blocks well, and can disrupt plays well with his blitzing ability.
Cons: Doesn't possess top-end speed like some of the other LBs in this year's class. Has been surrounded by a great supporting cast at OSU, particularly Lombardi winner and All-American A.J. Hawk.
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Career Notes:
Heads into his senior season with 39 games, including 15 starts, under his belt the past three years ... is an outstanding football player and an integral part of what may well be the best corps of linebackers in college football ... is big, rangy and physical ... played his best football last year and wound up the season as the second leading tackler on the team with a career-high 93 total participations... finished the season on a strong note, recording 13 tackles at Michigan State and nine against both Purdue and Michigan ... also had an early interception in the Alamo Bowl that led to a 7-0 Ohio State lead before some of the fans had settled into their seats ... has the physical attributes to play defensive end and could see some time there this season in a relief role ... knows the game (his father, Rob Carpenter, played in the NFL and was his high school coach) and is always working to get better ... also plays on the special teams and has turned in a couple of highlight hits on kickoff coverage ... has 142 career tackles.

2004 (Junior):
Started all 12 games in his first year as a regular ... 93 tackles easily bettered his previous best of 37 in 2003 ... led the team in tackles against Marshall (13), Indiana (11) and Michigan State (13) ... tied for the team lead against Cincinnati (9) ... 13 stops against Marshall and MSU are career highs ... had 6.5 tackles for loss, including a pair of sacks ... second on the team in interceptions with three ... Picked off a Donovan Woods pass on Oklahoma State's third play from scrimmage and returned it nine yards to the Cowboy 28-yard line ... Ohio State scored three plays later to take a 7-0 lead with 12:02 on the clock and never looked back ... also had interceptions against Indiana and Northwestern ...

2003 (Sophomore):
Finished the year with 37 tackles, including 24 solo stops, and had at least one tackle in every game but Indiana ... had a season and then career-high six tackles against Bowling Green ... also recorded 6.5 tackles-for-loss and 4.5 sacks in a stellar first year of play ... credited with forced fumbles against Bowling Green and Michigan State ... started the Fiesta Bowl win over Kansas State, his third career appearance in a starting role ... responded well with five tackles, 2.5 for losses, a pass break up and a pair of sacks vs. the Wildcats.

2002 (Freshman):
Recorded 12 tackles as a rookie, including eight solo stops ... played in all 14 games ... began his collegiate career by making a tackle on the opening kickoff of the season opener against Texas Tech ... five tackles against Kent State was his top effort.

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35 overall: jason allen, cb

will go in the 1st round... i think about 3 maybe 4 CB could go in the 1st round... along with 2 SS....

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Position:
CB

College:
Tennessee

Projected Selection:
Top32

Pros: Team captain as a junior. Good size and a ball-hawking playmaker. Has played both S and CB. Solid run support guy. Had a great impact on the Tennessee defense, as they have struggled immensely without him in 2005.
Cons: Needs to get placed in one position and stick with it, seems to be settling on CB. Injury history as he missed most of 2005.
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Full name: Jason Jamar Allen ... Elected team captain for 2004 season ... Allen and teammate Parys Haralson are second set of junior captains in as many years, following in footsteps of Kevin Burnett and Michael Munoz ... Begins season as only returning secondary starter ... Second only to Gibril Wilson last year in passes broken up (11) and seventh on team in tackles (57) ... Growing into leader and coach on field … Had interceptions last year against Marshall and Florida … Came into his own with outstanding efforts at Alabama and Miami … Career-high 12 tackles at Alabama along with blocked field goal and two PBUs, including game-ending deflection in fifth overtime … At Miami, led Vols with 11 tackles and one forced fumble … Key PBU was denial of halftime “Hail Mary” intended for Kellen Winslow … Has played in every game of his collegiate career ... Although he did not participate in 2002 Citrus Bowl, became first player to graduate from high school in time to join Vols at bowl site and participate in workouts ... Coach Slade’s evaluation: "Jason really had an outstanding sophomore season. He's a playmaker and a big hitter and I'm really expecting big things from him.” ... Born: July 5, 1983.

CAREER: Games/Started: 26/8 ...

2003 - Games/Started: 13/8 ...Ranked second on the team with nine PBUs during the regular season ... Also finished the regular season with 49 tackles, good for seventh-best on the team ... Grabbed his first career interception to seal the Vols’ win over Marshall ... Added another timely interception in Tennessee’s SEC-opening victory over Florida at the Swamp ... Turned in a five-tackle outing against Auburn, and a two-tackle performance vs. Georgia in his first collegiate start ... Enjoyed a breakout game at Alabama, making numerous big plays on defense, including the game-saver in the fifth overtime ... Made 12 tackles against the Tide, while also tallying two PBUs and a crucial blocked field goal (the first of his career) ... Swatted down a Brodie Croyle pass on fourth-and-2 in the fifth overtime period, sealing the win for Tennessee ... Was a defensive stalwart in the Vols’ victory at Miami, leading the team with 11 tackles and a forced fumble ... Also recorded a PBU against the Hurricanes, knocking the ball out of the grasp of UM tight end Kellen Winslow in the end zone on the final play of the first half ... Posted a PBU and four tackles vs. Mississippi State, including a TFL ... Turned in a solid five-tackle, two-PBU effort in the win over Vanderbilt ... Also made three special teams stops during the regular season.

2002 - Games/Started: 13/0 ... One of three recruits to enroll early and see action during spring practice ... Saw playing time in every game ... Recorded tackle in first game as Vol against Wyoming ... Had two hits including solo tackle versus South Carolina ... Added solo tackle versus Vanderbilt ... Four of five tackles came via special teams

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sry i just like to give information i guess.... not others can read and get their ideas of player.
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Elvis Dumervil

Position:
DE

College:
Louisvlle

Projected Selection:
Round2

Pros: Quick off the line type of player who accelerates to target relentlessly. Uses long arms and quickness to best advantage.
Cons: Small stature for a defensive end. might be best suited as a 3-4 LB
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CAREER : Ranks 11th in school history with 12 sacks... has appeared in 32 games with 12 starts... three-year letterwinner.

2004 : Started all 12 games...led the team lead with a career-high 10 sacks.. registered seven tackles and three sacks against Tulane... credited with five tackles against Houston... recorded a pair of sacks versus TCU... notched five tackles versus Miami... credited with five tackles and three for a loss against ECU... registered three tackles and forced a fumble at North Carolina... started at defensive versus Kentucky, recording a career-high five tackles and a sack.

2003 : Appeared in all 13 games off the bench ... recorded a career-high 28 tackles and six tackles for loss ... credited with one sack ... registered a career-high four tackles against Army and UTEP... notched first collegiate sack against Temple.

2002 : Saw action in seven games as a true freshman ... logged six tackles, including five solo stops, in a reserve role on the defensive line.

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Not too bad, but we need a TE somewhere in there. Pope in round 2 (hopefully), or Klopfenstein, Day, Byrd in round 3 or 4.
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will go in the 1st round... i think about 3 maybe 4 CB could go in the 1st round... along with 2 SS....
he has the talent but has been overlook. he will come on strong once he is allowed to work out for scouts. Ty hill will go before him in my opinion. The big 3 of safties will also drop him SLIGHTLY if teams were looking at him as a F/S. Michael huff will also hurt him in the same way, as he is the same type of player.
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You do some great research royce, thanks.

And my favorite picks would be Dumerville and Carpenter.
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You do some great research royce, thanks.

And my favorite picks would be Dumerville and Carpenter.
dang, no love for the mocks?

as is expected.

I'm just going to start copying scouting reports that actually only contain 2 lines of revelant information. The rest is previous seasons, highschool, and personal.
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I wanted people to read up on the selections made to make their descions on wheither they agree with you or not... thats all. And one person has seemed to agree with you on Dumerville based on the info i put.
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I wanted people to read up on the selections made to make their descions on wheither they agree with you or not... thats all. And one person has seemed to agree with you on Dumerville based on the info i put.
i guess i would mind it less if in the future you dont post the unnessicary info like highschool and freshamn and soph years of highschool.

the pros, cons could be expounded upon, but i do like the player comparision and the projected round *if there is one*
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i tried to take them out... plus i was getting my portfolio ready at the same time so i was like cmmd C > ccmd v add some text.. personally i hate the personwl info... check some of the pther posts i tookit out.
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i tried to take them out... plus i was getting my portfolio ready at the same time so i was like cmmd C > ccmd v add some text.. personally i hate the personwl info... check some of the pther posts i tookit out.
ya, im not trying to hate on you. i actually like the fact that you are trying to educate other posters on some names that they might not be familiar with. I also saw you took some out, but in sporadic (sp) proportions.
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ya, im not trying to hate on you. i actually like the fact that you are trying to educate other posters on some names that they might not be familiar with. I also saw you took some out, but in sporadic (sp) proportions.
Personally i dont agree with the personal info as long as it is football related. I know the teams know stuff before they draft him. What they should write is something like problematic, or good all around person stuff like that.
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1st overall: traded to whoever picks third, they look to hope the #2 team for bush. In the process we pick up #3 overall, a second this year and next year

3rd overall: We trade to whoever is picking 8 (baltimore, miami?) so they can take leinhart. In this trade we aquire the #8 overall, a second this year, and a first next year.
Why wouldn't 2nd overall trade Lienert pick before us? or maybe even pick him?
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Why wouldn't 2nd overall trade Lienert pick before us? or maybe even pick him?

You might be right here. I think the Jets might be trying to confuse people on their intentions and are doing a good job. I dont understand why they need one. THey have both Pennington and Fiedler. They do want Bush and are prob more likely to go after him. If the Jets end up picking 3rd they are going to be in a pickle here. Because #1 pick Bush will go to the highest bidder. #2 pick Linehart will go to the highest bidder. If it goes Houston, SF, NYJ there is a possibility we might be able to work out a deal to move down to SF and another to Jets. If it goes SF, Hou, then Jets then it might just be 1 trade down to Jets.. then possibly trade down again for a Winston. If it goes Hou, NYJ, SF.. SF will move up and get Bush and we will get more out of it. Obourse dont forget there is also GB who is in serious danger of losin both Green and Davenport. So lets not count them out either. We cant really specualte on the trades unless you give us an order to go by.
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Why wouldn't 2nd overall trade Lienert pick before us? or maybe even pick him?
i was more or less figuring SF would be there. They took their franchise QB last year, and won't need one this year. that was my quick reasoning.

Again, i want to emphasize, i did not put to much effort into this. This mock was a spur of the moment kind of thing. Still hope you enjoy though.
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trade with ravens (leinart) our pick for their 1&2 plus 3 from New England plus conditional first day pick next year

from what I can tell they will be picking between 10-15

I tried to pick a player from both sides of the ball for every slot, my preference being the first one listed

1* AJ Hawk ILB Ohio State or Eric Winston OT Miami
2 Paul Posluszny ILB Penn State or Mike Degory OC Florida
2* Daryn Colledge OT Boise State or Bobby Carpenter OLB Ohio State
3 Garrett McIntyre OLB Fresno State or Mark Setterstrom OG Minnesota
3 Mike Hass WR Oregon State or Kyle Williams DE Louisiana State
3* Digger Anderson ILB/SS North Dakota or Brian Leonard RB/FB Rutgers
4 Dwayne Slay FS Texas Tech or Taurean Henderson RB Texas Tech
5 Taitusi Lutui OG Southern California or Nathan Soelberg CB BYU
6 EJ Whitley OL Texas Tech or Steve Fifita NT Utah
7 David Anderson WR Colorado State or OLB Ryan Neill Rutgers

Hopefully the kid from Brigham Young will get to run at the combine
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