Intersting stuff. They have the Texans going Bush and then Orien Harris the DT from Miami, Rd 2. I just can't see that after last year. Especially since Lawson is shown going in the middle of this round along with Mercedes Lewis. They also have Brick going 3rd to the Titans and VY dropping all the way to 11th and the Rams. This may be one of the most random Mocks I have seen. I am a member so I can't get you into the link but the Top 13 are: 1 (1) Texans Reggie Bush* RB USC Charley Casserly says he is open for trade business, but it’s unlikely that any team will offer the booty required to get this valuable pick. So, that’ll leave the Texans to select the most versatile offensive threat in the draft and team him with Dominick Davis. 2 (2) Saints Matt Leinart QB USC New coach Sean Payton wants a cerebral pocket passer, and Leinart is a proven winner with all the physical tools. 3 (3) Titans D'Brickashaw Ferguson T Va. The Titans’ coaches worked with Ferguson at the Senior Bowl and believe he is the cornerstone to anchor their offensive line for at least the next decade. 4 (4) Jets A.J. Hawk OLB Ohio St. New coach Eric Mangini prefers the 3-4 defensive scheme and needs a another playmaking outside linebacker to make the system flourish. Hawk is tough and smart and would be the perfect fit. 5 (5) Packers Mario Williams* DE NC State The Packers need a dominant defensive end to line up opposite Kabeer Gbaja-Biamila to play the attacking style preferred by new coach Mike McCarthy. 6 (6) 49ers Jimmy Williams CB Va. Tech Williams would fill a dire need for a team whose only above-average player in the secondary, Ahmed Plummer, was recently cut. 7 (7) Raiders Michael Huff S Texas Huff had a tremendous senior season and has backed it up with a strong showing in postseason workouts. The Raiders have several pressing needs, but a versatile playmaker who can anchor the secondary is near the top of the list. 8 (8) Bills Haloti Ngata* DT Oregon The Bills need a dominant run stuffer and inside penetrator to shore up their porous run defense. 9 (9) Lions Tye Hill CB Clemson Tight end Vernon Davis would be quite tempting, but the Lions already have a lot of receiving threats and should address other needs. Hill could line up opposite Dre Bly to give the Lions two top-line cornerbacks. 10 (10) Cardinals Vernon Davis* TE Maryland Davis is the best receiver in the ’06 draft and is a tight end. He shows good hands, the speed to stretch the field and would bring another dimension to an already potent passing attack. 11 (11) Rams Vince Young* QB Texas New coach Scott Linehan was the offensive coordinator who oversaw the development of Daunte Culpepper in Minnesota and sees some common traits in Young. And Young would be under no pressure to play right away and could sit for a couple years behind Marc Bulger. 12 (12) Browns Chad Greenway OLB Iowa Outside linebacker is the key position in coach Romeo Crennel's defense. Greenway is instinctive, aggressive and fast. He is strong against the run, can play in coverage and rush the passer. 13 (13) Ravens LenDale White* RB USC White possesses the size and speed the Ravens need to re-establish their physical running Rd 2 looks like this through Lawson 1 (33) Texans Orien Harris DT Miami (FL) Harris could be a penetrating force in the Texans’ new 4-3 defense. 2 (34) Saints D'Qwell Jackson ILB Maryland For years, the Saints have been looking for a playmaking linebacker. 3 (35) Jets Nick Mangold C Ohio St. All indications are that veteran center Kevin Mawae will be cut. The Jets need a young, physical lineman to rebuild their offensive line around. 4 (36) Packers Ernie Sims* OLB Florida St. Sims has excellent range and would give Green Bay a playmaker to pair with middle linebacker Nick Barnett. 5 (37) Raiders Claude Wroten DT LSU Now that Wroten’s drug-related charges have been dismissed, he could climb up draft boards. There are a lot of similarities between Wroten and Warren Sapp. 6 (38) 49ers Rodrique Wright DT Texas Wright could play defensive end or nose tackle in the 49ers’ 3-4 scheme. 7 (39) Titans Eric Winston T Miami (FL) The Titans need a dominant player to anchor a young line, especially with the recent cut of left tackle Brad Hopkins. Winston, a former tight end, is extremely athletic and is on the rise after some strong postseason workouts. 8 (40) Lions Darryl Tapp DE Va. Tech New coach Rod Marinelli loves to have depth at defensive end and would use Tapp as a pass-rush specialist while he develops his body to play every down. 9 (41) Cardinals Anwar Phillips CB Penn State Arizona must upgrade the cornerback spot opposite ’05 first-round pick Antrel Rolle. Phillips is smart and physical. 10 (42) Bills Derek Hagan WR Arizona St. The Bills are expected to cut wide receiver Eric Moulds, and Hagan is a polished receiver who shows the speed and physical style to complement Lee Evans. 11 (43) Browns Davin Joseph G Oklahoma The Browns are trying to survive with veteran stop-gaps Cosey Coleman and Joe Andruzzi at guard. It's time to bring in some young blood. 12 (44) Ravens Johnathan Joseph* CB S. Carolina The Ravens, with Deion Sanders' retirement and Dale Carter getting older, should add some young depth in the secondary. Joseph has excellent speed and good size. 13 (45) Eagles Brodrick Bunkley DT Florida St. Bunkley is the attacking, one-gap style of tackle Eagles coaches prefer. Bunkley can rush the passer and stuff the run, and he showed amazing strength at the NFL Combine by bench-pressing 225 pounds an amazing 44 times. 14 (46) Rams Marcedes Lewis TE UCLA The Rams will diversify their passing game under new coach Scott Linehan and need a tight end capable of making plays in the deep middle. 15 (47) Falcons Kamerion Wimbley DE Florida St. Brady Smith could be a salary-cap casualty, and Wimbley could contribute as a rookie pass-rush specialist opposite Patrick Kearney. 16 (48) Vikings Darnell Bing* S USC If the Vikings cut veteran safety Corey Chavous, as anticipated, this would be a no-brainer of a pick. 17 (49) Cowboys Donte Whitner* S Ohio St. Whitner shows great speed and range, which could free up Roy Williams to play closer to the line of scrimmage. 18 (50) Chargers Pat Watkins S Florida St. The Chargers must upgrade their talent and depth in the secondary. Watkins has good size and excellent speed. 19 (51) Dolphins Alan Zemaitis CB Penn State The Dolphins cut veteran Sam Madison, and Zemaitis would be a fine replacement. Zemaitis is a coach Nick Saban type of cornerback -- sound, tough and smart with good ball skills. 20 (52) Patriots Manny Lawson DE NC State Lawson could play end in a 4-3 scheme but would be an outside linebacker in New England’s 3-4 defense.