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Old 04-28-2006   #1
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01. Reggie Bush HB Southern California
02. Mario Williams DE North Carolina State
03. A.J. Hawk OLB Ohio State
04. Matt Leinart QB Southern California
05. D'Brickashaw Ferguson OT Virginia
06. Vernon Davis TE Maryland
07. Vince Young QB Texas
08. Michael Huff S Texas
09. Jay Cutler QB Vanderbilt
10. Brodrick Bunkley DT Florida State
11. Ernie Sims OLB Florida State
12. Haloti Ngata DT Oregon
13. Kamerion Wimbley DE Florida State
14. Antonio Cromartie CB Florida State
15. Chad Greenway OLB Iowa
16. Manny Lawson DE North Carolina State
17. Donte Whitner S Ohio State
18. Bobby Carpenter OLB Ohio State
19. Johnathan Joseph CB South Carolina
20. Tye Hill CB Clemson
21. Winston Justice OT Southern California
22. Laurence Maroney HB Minnesota
23. Jimmy Williams CB Virginia Tech
24. Nick Mangold C Ohio State
25. DeAngelo Williams HB Memphis
26. Santonio Holmes WR Ohio State
27. Tamba Hali DE Penn State
28. Jason Allen S Tennessee
29. Marcus McNeill OT Auburn
30. LenDale White HB Southern California
31. Eric Winston OT Miami
32. Joseph Addai HB LSU
33. Chad Jackson WR Florida
34. Marcedes Lewis TE UCLA
35. Sinorice Moss WR Miami
36. DeMeco Ryans OLB Alabama
37. Mathias Kiwanuka DE Boston College
38. Richard Marshall CB Fresno State
39. Roger McIntosh OLB Miami
40. Ashton Youboty CB Ohio State
41. Davin Joseph G Oklahoma
42. Kelly Jennings CB Miami
43. D'Qwell Jackson MLB Maryland
44. Greg Jennings WR Western Michigan
45. Daniel Bullocks S Nebraska
46. Cedric Griffin CB Texas
47. Thomas Howard OLB UTEP
48. Chris Chester C Oklahoma
49. Leonard Pope TE Georgia
50. Daryn Colledge OT Boise State
51. Taitusi Lutui G Southern California
52. John McCargo DT North Carolina State
53. Danieal Manning CB Abilene Christian
54. Anthony Fasano TE Notre Dame
55. Darryl Tapp DE Virginia Tech
56. Demetrius Williams WR Oregon
57. Max Jean-Gilles G Georgia
58. Ko Simpson S South Carolina
59. Charles Spencer G Pittsburgh
60. Maurice Drew HB UCLA
61. Joe Klopfenstein TE Colorado
62. Brodie Croyle QB Alabama
63. Clint Ingram OLB Oklahoma
64. Derek Hagan WR Arizona State
65. David Pittman CB Northwestern State
66. Maurice Stovall WR Notre Dame
67. Victor Adeyanju DE Indiana
68. Travis Wilson WR Oklahoma
69. Jerious Norwood HB Mississippi State
70. Gabe Watson DT Michigan
71. Andrew Whitworth OT LSU
72. Tony Scheffler TE Western Michigan
73. Kyle Williams DT LSU
74. Rashad Butler OT Miami
75. Chris Gocong DE Cal Poly
76. Brian Calhoun HB Wisconsin
77. Jeremy Trueblood OT Boston College
78. Charlie Whitehurst QB Clemson
79. Abdul Hodge MLB Iowa
80. Darnell Bing S Southern California
81. Ryan O'Callaghan OT California
82. Calvin Lowry S Penn State
83. Tim Jennings CB Georgia
84. Brandon Williams WR Wisconsin
85. Paul McQuistan OT Weber State
86. Kellen Clemens QB Oregon
87. Ryan Cook C New Mexico
88. Jason Hatcher DE Grambling State
89. Parys Haralson DE Tennessee
90. Jason Spitz G Louisville
91. Rob Ninkovich DE Purdue
92. David Thomas TE Texas
93. Babatunde Oshinowo DT Stanford
94. Roman Harper S Alabama
95. James Anderson OLB Virginia Tech
96. Freddie Keiaho LB San Diego State
97. Anthony Smith S Syracuse
98. Jonathan Scott OT Texas
99. Isaac Sowells OT Indiana
100. Willie Reid KR/WR Florida State

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Gosselin got 87 of the top 100.

His last three years are 87 this year, 88 last year, and 87 the year before that.

Anybody still doubt why Goose is considered the best at this.

FYI Kiper went 79 this year,76 last and 81 before that.
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We went 77. Not what I was hoping for, but still up there.

Some of the guys that went in the Top 100 were very surprising to me.
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Well, heck.

I was only projecting for the Texans through the 3rd round, not the draft as a whole and I got 61 of the top 75 - 80.56%. Hey, I beat Kiper without even trying!
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Well, heck.

I was only projecting for the Texans through the 3rd round, not the draft as a whole and I got 61 of the top 75 - 80.56%. Hey, I beat Kiper without even trying!
That final 25 is what kills people. We had 70 until then. The eighties and nineties tend to go downhill in a big way with teams picking more specific to scheme.

Why did you do 75 when you were projecting for the Texans and they picked at 65 and 66?

It's funny...I had talked to Goose before the draft in emails and when comparing our lists I thought it was crazy he had guys like Owen Daniels, Rashad Butler, David Thomas, etc on it. Then they went. Ugh.

Goes to show, asking NFL teams who they're going to pick is alot easier then trying to predict it.
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The Cowboys must've been paying attention to Gosselin's list...

18. Bobby Carpenter OLB Ohio State - Drafted 18th by Dallas
54. Anthony Fasano TE Notre Dame - Drafted 53rd by Dallas
88. Jason Hatcher DE Grambling State - Drafted 92nd by Dallas
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The Cowboys must've been paying attention to Gosselin's list...

18. Bobby Carpenter OLB Ohio State - Drafted 18th by Dallas
54. Anthony Fasano TE Notre Dame - Drafted 53rd by Dallas
88. Jason Hatcher DE Grambling State - Drafted 92nd by Dallas
Houston did the same, if not better:

2. Mario Williams - Drafted 1st
36 Demeco Ryans - Drafted 33rd
59. Charles Spencer - Drafted 65th
31. Eric Winston - Drafted 66th


Going by Goose's top 100 we had a really good draft, and he agress saying we had the best 3rd round of anybody.
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Houston did the same, if not better:

2. Mario Williams - Drafted 1st
36 Demeco Ryans - Drafted 33rd
59. Charles Spencer - Drafted 65th
31. Eric Winston - Drafted 66th


Going by Goose's top 100 we had a really good draft, and he agress saying we had the best 3rd round of anybody.
Just imagine how much better it'd look if you drafted Bush.
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We could of got Ko SImpson (#58) if the Fourth round
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Going by Goose's top 100 we had a really good draft, and he agress saying we had the best 3rd round of anybody.
The Texans should have had the best 3rd round of anybody. They had the top 2 picks of the round. That's like giving the Texans credit for using a spoon rather than a fork to eat their soup.
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The Texans should have had the best 3rd round of anybody. They had the top 2 picks of the round. That's like giving the Texans credit for using a spoon rather than a fork to eat their soup.
lmao... i love it. Yeah i think they had a bit of an advantage picking the first 2 in the 3rd over everyone else
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In reviewing Gosselin's list, I'm reminded of the biggest shocker of the Draft
(next to us passing on you know who). He has no less that 4 O tackles, including our 2nd pick of the third round, among the top 32 picks of the Draft. And there are few positons rated more valuable than OLTs. And this
initially was rated to be a very good year for the O tackles.
A lot of the explanation of this was because many were said to be concerned about "character" issues re Winston Justice. OK, but McNeil, the next tackle taken aftet Justice, wasn't taken until like the 50 th pick. That's the second half of the second round. We're talking offensive tackles here. Wierd ?
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Goose has been #1 on the mock draft ratings for like 4 or 5 years now.

Hes definatly the best.
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In reviewing Gosselin's list, I'm reminded of the biggest shocker of the Draft
(next to us passing on you know who). He has no less that 4 O tackles, including our 2nd pick of the third round, among the top 32 picks of the Draft. And there are few positons rated more valuable than OLTs. And this
initially was rated to be a very good year for the O tackles.
A lot of the explanation of this was because many were said to be concerned about "character" issues re Winston Justice. OK, but McNeil, the next tackle taken aftet Justice, wasn't taken until like the 50 th pick. That's the second half of the second round. We're talking offensive tackles here. Wierd ?
Goose was saying, on draft day, that McNeil's back injury(s) were turning some people off.
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