Playboy All-American Team

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  1. beerlover

    beerlover Site Contributor

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    the presesaon is underway & early 2006 draft candidates are in the gate. here is the team....http://www.nfl.com/news/story/8458566


    Offense
    Player Pos. College
    Matt Leinhart QB USC
    Reggie Bush RB USC
    Adrian Peterson RB Oklahoma
    DeAngelo Williams RB Memphis
    Derek Hagan WR Arizona State
    Santonio Holmes WR Ohio State
    D'Brickshaw Ferguson OT Virginia
    Eric Winston OT Miami (Fla.)
    Greg Eslinger C Minnesota
    Jonathan Scott OG Texas
    Andrew Whitworth OT LSU



    Defense
    Player Pos. College
    Rodrique Wright DL Texas
    Gabe Watson DL Michigan
    Mathias Kiwanuka DL Boston College
    Jesse Mahelona DL Tennessee
    Ahmad Brooks LB Virginia
    A.J. Hawk LB Ohio State
    Chad Greenway LB Iowa
    Jimmy Williams DB Virginia Tech
    Jason Allen DB Tennessee
    Antonio Cromartie DB Florida State
    Roman Harper DB Alabama



    Special Teams/Coach
    Player Pos. College
    Mason Crosby PK Colorado
    Devin Hester KR Miami (Fla.)
    Tom Malone P USC
    Ted Ginn, Jr. All-purpose player Ohio State
    Jeff Backes Scholar athlete (CB) Northwestern
    Pete Carroll Coach USC
     
  2. Lucky

    Lucky Moderator

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    Adrian Peterson & Ted Ginn won't be draft eligible until 2007.
     
  3. F-minus67

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    Does anyone else find it funny that there are no guards on that list? Last time I checked Jonathan Scott played LT.
     
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    They don't pass out the AAs for each position on the OL. So they give 'em to the best 5. There just happens to be 4 really good OTs next year.
     
  5. beerlover

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    I'm thinking 06 will be the year the Texans draft high for the offensive line. one of these guys will be a Texan next year, you heard it here first :cool:

    D'Brickshaw Ferguson OT Virginia Drafted by the time the Texans pick, regarded as the top prospect.

    Eric Winston OT Miami (Fla.) Casserly would love to get him, may have a slow start due to injury.

    Greg Eslinger C Minnesota Undersized but smart & quick, end of the line for McKinney?

    Jonathan Scott OG Texas Should be available, excellent character.

    Andrew Whitworth OT LSU Almost came out this year, late 1st rd.
     
  6. rittenhouserobz

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    Beerlover, I must admit you are quite the prognosticator. Right now I would say the Texans will be drafting somewhere between 1-32. Any of the mentioned players could be availible when the Texans pick. I just hope none of them are.
     
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    HMMM looks like a very good year for franchise LT's.
     
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    You can forget about Scott & Wright they play for the wrong school.
     
  9. Mr Shush

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    Casserly'll know which one he wants by the time draft day comes around and trade to where he thinks he can take him. The dude has a long history of first-round trades (remember when he had #2 and #3 in the same year with the 'Skins?).
     

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