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PatriotofMaine
01-17-2005, 11:13 AM
Just worked up, will be published Friday. You guys get first dibs at it...

1 Matt Leinart
USC
QB
2 Braylon Edwards
Michigan
WR
3 Aaron Rodgers
California
QB
4 Antrel Rolle
Miami (FL)
CB
5 Cedric Benson
Texas
HB
6 Channing Crowder
Florida
LB
7 Derrick Johnson
Texas
LB
8 Michael Williams
No College
WR
9 Thomas Davis
Georgia
S
10 Ronnie Brown
Auburn
HB
11 Trav Johnson
Florida State
DT
12 Alex Barron
Florida State
OT
13 David Pollack
Georgia
DE
14 Alex D Smith
Utah
QB
15 Erasmus James
Wisconsin
DE
16 Carnell Williams
Auburn
HB
17 Jimmy Williams
Virginia Tech
S
18 J.J. Arrington
California
HB
19 Anttaj Hawthorne
Wisconsin
DT
20 Dave Baas
Michigan
C
21 Heath Miller
Virginia
TE
22 Jamaal Brown
Oklahoma
OT
23 Elton Brown
Virginia
OG
24 Odell Thurman
Georgia
LB
25 DBrickashaw Ferguson
Virginia
OT
26 Kevin Burnett
Tennessee
LB
27 Rodrique Wright
Texas
DT
28 Kyle Orton
Purdue
QB
29 Ahmad Brooks
Virginia
LB
30 Chad Greenway
Iowa
LB
31 Dan Cody
Oklahoma
DE
32 Andrew Walter
Arizona State
QB
33 Carlos Rogers
Auburn
CB
34 Justin Miller
Clemson
CB
35 Abdul Hodge
Iowa
LB
36 Shaun Cody
USC
DE
37 Orien Harris
Miami (FL)
DT
38 Marcus McNeil
Auburn
OT
39 Barrett Ruud
Nebraska
LB
40 Ryan Moats
Louisiana Tech
HB
41 Ciatrick Fason
Florida
HB
42 Marcus Spears
Louisiana State
DE
43 Marlin Jackson
Michigan
CB
44 Manase Hopoi
Washington
DT
45 Vernand Morency
Oklahoma State
RB
46 Adam Jones
West Virginia
CB
47 Brodney Pool
Oklahoma
S
48 Claude Terrell
New Mexico
OG
50 Corey Webster
Louisiana State
CB
51 C.J. Brooks
Maryland
OG
52 Donte Nicholson
Oklahoma
S
53 Kirk Morrison
San Diego State
LB
54 James Butler
Georgia Tech
S
55 Eric Shelton
Louisville
HB
56 Chris Henry
West Virginia
WR
57 Mike Patterson
USC
DT
58 A.J. Hawk
Ohio State
LB
59 Andrew Whitworth
Louisiana State
OT
60 Will Derting
Washington State
LB
61 Matt Roth
Iowa
DE
62 Aaron Francisco
Brigham Young
S
63 Darryl Blackstock
Virginia
LB
64 Ernest Shazor
Michigan
S
65 Justin Tuck
Notre Dame
DE
66 Anthony Davis
Wisconsin
HB
67 Lance Mitchell
Oklahoma
LB
68 Wesley Britt
Alabama
OT
69 T.A. McLendon
North Carolina State
HB
70 Marion Barber III
Minnesota
RB
71 Justin Geisenger
Vanderbilt
OT
72 David Greene
Georgia
QB
73 Stefan LeFors
Louisville
QB
74 Fred Gibson
Georgia
WR
75 Michael Boley
Southern Mississippi
LB
76 Martin Nance
Miami (OH)
WR
77 Jamaal M. Brimmer
UNLV
S
78 Derek Anderson
Oregon State
QB
79 Geoff McArthur
California
WR
80 Roddy White
Alabama-Birmingham
WR
81 Rob Petitti
Pittsburgh
OT
82 Chris Canty
Virginia
DE
83 Kay Jay Harris
West Virginia
HB
84 Adrian McPherson
No College
QB
85 Nick Kaczur
Toledo
OT
86 Darren Sproles
Kansas State
RB
87 Simon Fraser
Ohio State
DE
88 Domonique Foxworth
Maryland
CB
89 Leon Williams
Miami (FL)
LB
90 Junior Rosegreen
Auburn
S
91 Jim Davis
Virginia Tech
DE
92 Ben Wilkerson
Louisiana State
C
93 Timmy Chang
Hawaii
QB
94 Anthony Alabi
Texas Christian
OT
95 Dan Buenning
Wisconsin
OG
96 Boomer Grigsby
Illinois State
LB
97 Charles Frederick
Washington
WR
98 Johnathan Goddard
Marshall
LB
99 Alfred Fincher
Connecticut
LB
100 Kyle Takavitz
Cincinnati
OG


How about Odell Thurman, Matt Roth and Jamaal Brimmer? Now that would be a draft that would put the Chiefs back at the very top of the AFC.

ENDelt260
01-17-2005, 11:15 AM
Just worked up, will be published Friday. You guys get first dibs at it...

1 Matt Leinart
USC
QB

You guys should turn on ESPNews every once in awhile.

Mile High Mania
01-17-2005, 11:26 AM
Dammit - you beat me to it!

Yeah, nothing like starting off with a bang on that list...

Cochise
01-17-2005, 11:29 AM
ROFL

screwing up the first one ROFL

Ultra Peanut
01-17-2005, 11:31 AM
1 Matt Leinart
USC
QBThey don't have a word that can describe this in English or German, but in Spanish they call it, "Impressivo."

Mile High Mania
01-17-2005, 11:32 AM
http://sports.espn.go.com/ncf/news/story?id=1964834

Ultra Peanut
01-17-2005, 11:34 AM
http://sports.espn.go.com/ncf/news/story?id=1964834That's just a rumor that TRR started.

Mile High Mania
01-17-2005, 11:34 AM
Dammit... I thought ESPN would have been a good source. Ah well.

PatriotofMaine
01-17-2005, 11:35 AM
Oops...I posted the current one by accident!! Sorry...Here's the real update:

1 Aaron Rodgers California QB
2 Braylon Edwards Michigan WR
3 Antrel Rolle Miami (FL) CB
4 Cedric Benson Texas HB
5 Channing Crowder Florida LB
6 Derrick Johnson Texas LB
7 Michael Williams No College WR
8 Thomas Davis Georgia S
9 Carlos RogersAuburnCB
10 Ronnie Brown Auburn HB
11 Trav Johnson Florida State DT
12 Alex Barron Florida State OT
13 David Pollack Georgia DE
14 Alex D Smith Utah QB
15 Erasmus James Wisconsin DE
16 Carnell Williams Auburn HB
17 Antajj Hawthorne Wisconsin DT
18 J.J. Arrington California HB
19 Heath Miller Virginia TE
20 Dan Cody Oklahoma DE
21 Jamaal Brown Oklahoma OT
22 Kyle Orton Purdue QB
23 Odell Thurman Georgia LB
24 Dave Baas Michigan C
25 Kevin Burnett Tennessee LB
26 Mark Clayton Oklahoma WR
27 Elton Brown Virginia OG
28 Shaun Cody USC DE
29 Wesley Britt Alabama OT
30 Justin Miller Clemson CB
31 Andrew Walter Arizona State QB
32 Brandon Browner Oregon State CB
33 Adam Jones West Virginia CB
34 Chris Canty Virginia DE
35 Marlin Jackson Michigan CB
36 Darryl Blackstock Virginia LB
37 Barrett Ruud Nebraska LB
38 Kirk Morrison San Diego State LB
39 Ernest Shazor Michigan S
40 Ciatrick Fason Florida HB
41 Marcus Spears Louisiana State DE
42 Peter McMahon Purdue OT
43 Manase Hopoi Washington DT
44 Vernand Morency Oklahoma State RB
45 Darrell Reid Minnesota DL
46 Brodney Pool Oklahoma S
47 Claude Terrell New Mexico OG
48 Corey Webster Louisiana State CB
49 Logan Mankins OT Fresno State
50 Donte Nicholson Oklahoma S
51 Stefan LeFors Louisville QB
52 James Butler Georgia Tech S
53 Eric Shelton Louisville HB
54 Chris Henry West Virginia WR
55 Mike Patterson USC DT
56 Ryan Moats Louisiana Tech HB
57 Troy Williamson South Carolina WR
58 Jonathan Babineaux Iowa DT
59 Matt Roth Iowa DE
60 Justin Tuck Notre Dame DE
61 Liam Ezekial Northeastern LB
62 Andre Maddox NC State S
63 Charlie Frye Akron QB
64 Anthony Davis Wisconsin HB
65 Lance Mitchell Oklahoma LB
66 Michael Boley Southern Mississippi LB
67 T.A. McLendon North Carolina State HB
68 Marion Barber III Minnesota RB
69 Justin Geisenger Vanderbilt OT
70 David Greene Georgia QB
71 C.J. Brooks Maryland OG
72 Fred Gibson Georgia WR
73 Nick Kaczur Toledo OT
74 J.R. Russell Louisville WR
75 Jamaal M. Brimmer UNLV S
76 Derek Anderson Oregon State QB
77 Geoff McArthur California WR
78 Roddy White Alabama-Birmingham WR
79 Rob Petitti Pittsburgh OT
80 Shawne Merriman Maryland DE
81 Kay Jay Harris West Virginia HB
82 Adrian McPherson No College QB
83 Mike Nugent Ohio State K
84 Darren Sproles Kansas State RB
85 Simon Fraser Ohio State DE
86 Ronald Bartrell Howard CB
87 Domonique Foxworth Maryland CB
88 Boomer Grigsby Illinois State LB
89 Junior Rosegreen Auburn S
90 Jim Davis Virginia Tech DE
91 Ben Wilkerson Louisiana State C
92 Jesse Lumsden McMaster (Ont.) HB
93 Anthony Alabi Texas Christian OT
94 Dan Buenning Wisconsin OG
95 Jerome Mathis Hampton WR
96 Brandon Jacobs Southern Illinois HB
97 Johnathan Goddard Marshall LB
98 Alfred Fincher Connecticut LB
99 Aaron Francisco BYU S
100 Steve Savoy Utah WR

Mile High Mania
01-17-2005, 11:36 AM
You should be able to go edit the original...

ENDelt260
01-17-2005, 11:37 AM
You should be able to go edit the original...
It's funnier this way.

Mile High Mania
01-17-2005, 11:37 AM
Question - is this just your top 100 overall?

Or top 100 overall based on NFL Team need?

If it's not based on team need, then how can your #2 and #3 from the original list flip flop?

PatriotofMaine
01-17-2005, 11:47 AM
Matt Leinart's not declaring makes Aaron Rogers a hotter commodity, that's all...no knock against anything Braylon did.

PatriotofMaine
01-17-2005, 11:48 AM
P.S. The original is still posted...this update will likely not be published until the end of the week. You guys are among the first to see it.

PatriotofMaine
01-17-2005, 11:49 AM
Some of these guys shot up the charts at the East-West Shrine Game or the Village's All-Star Classic in Florida. Darrell Reid being the most noticeable example.

PatriotofMaine
01-17-2005, 11:55 AM
Mile High,

These are the Top 100 regardless of team needs.

Mile High Mania
01-17-2005, 12:01 PM
Here's an idea...

What about doing an AFC West focused article on 'team needs' and focusing on the 2-3 players per round that each is most likely to consider.

I think that would make the readers of this and any other fan site you're targeting more interested in your site.

PatriotofMaine
01-17-2005, 12:03 PM
OK...I'll be back to you...

Mile High Mania
01-17-2005, 12:06 PM
If you did something like that... I don't know that I'd waste much time projecting players that might get picked beyond round 5.

Hoover
01-17-2005, 12:09 PM
So our first round pick will come out of this group of players.

60 Justin Tuck Notre Dame DE
61 Liam Ezekial Northeastern LB
62 Andre Maddox NC State S
63 Charlie Frye Akron QB
64 Anthony Davis Wisconsin HB
65 Lance Mitchell Oklahoma LB
66 Michael Boley Southern Mississippi LB
67 T.A. McLendon North Carolina State HB
68 Marion Barber III Minnesota RB
69 Justin Geisenger Vanderbilt OT
70 David Greene Georgia QB
71 C.J. Brooks Maryland OG
72 Fred Gibson Georgia WR
73 Nick Kaczur Toledo OT
74 J.R. Russell Louisville WR
75 Jamaal M. Brimmer UNLV S
76 Derek Anderson Oregon State QB
77 Geoff McArthur California WR
78 Roddy White Alabama-Birmingham WR
79 Rob Petitti Pittsburgh OT
80 Shawne Merriman Maryland DE
81 Kay Jay Harris West Virginia HB
82 Adrian McPherson No College QB
83 Mike Nugent Ohio State K
84 Darren Sproles Kansas State RB
85 Simon Fraser Ohio State DE
86 Ronald Bartrell Howard CB
87 Domonique Foxworth Maryland CB
88 Boomer Grigsby Illinois State LB
89 Junior Rosegreen Auburn S
90 Jim Davis Virginia Tech DE
91 Ben Wilkerson Louisiana State C
92 Jesse Lumsden McMaster (Ont.) HB
93 Anthony Alabi Texas Christian OT
94 Dan Buenning Wisconsin OG
95 Jerome Mathis Hampton WR
96 Brandon Jacobs Southern Illinois HB
97 Johnathan Goddard Marshall LB
98 Alfred Fincher Connecticut LB
99 Aaron Francisco BYU S
100 Steve Savoy Utah WR

Phobia
01-17-2005, 12:44 PM
So our first round pick will come out of this group of players.

Brutal. ROFL

PatriotofMaine
01-17-2005, 12:46 PM
Chiefs:
Team needs: OLB, CB, WR, DT, Left Tackle , DE, QB
Ideal picks: Odell Thurman, Matt Roth, Jamaal Brimmer (CB in FA, maybe Ty Law?), Craphonso Thorpe (WR-FSU), Erik Pears (OT-Colorado St.), Trent Cole (DE-Cincinnati), Lang Campbell (QB-William & Mary)

The Boys from across the Bay from SF:
Team Needs:OLB, G, WR, DE, QB, OLB, ILB, RB
Ideal Picks: Channing Crowder, Claude Terrell, Geoff MacArthur, Johnathan Goodard (DE/OLB-Marshall), Ryan Fitzpatrick (QB-Harvard), Justin Burks (LB-Arizona State), Walli Lundy (RB-Virginia)

Chargers:
Team Needs: RDE, WR, FS, WR (2), DE, G, Lawrence Taylor , ILB
Ideal Picks: Marcus Spears, Troy Williamson, Aaron Fransisco, Jason Anderson (WR-Wake Forest), Terence Murphy (WR-Texas A&M), Walter Curry (DE-Albany State), John Drake (G-USC)

Broncos:
Team needs: TE, DT, DE, CB, ROLB, P, G, WR
Ideal Picks: Heath Miller, Jonathan Babineaux, Eric Henderson (DE-Georgia Tech), Alfred Fincher (OLB-UConn), Matt Payne (P-BYU), Jonathan Clinkscale (G-Wisconsin), Brandon Jones (WR-Oklahoma)

donkhater
01-17-2005, 12:47 PM
Man, I hope Erasmus James lasts that long. He is a bona fide stud at DE. He'd make quite a pair with Allen

Ultra Peanut
01-17-2005, 12:47 PM
Team needs: OLB, CB, WR, DT, Lawrence TaylorROFL

That filter rules.

ENDelt260
01-17-2005, 12:48 PM
ROFL

That filter rules.
Couldn't agree more.

Stinger
01-17-2005, 12:49 PM
So our first round pick will come out of this group of players.

ROFL


Along the lines of that same logic one of these is our next CB

62 Andre Maddox NC State S
75 Jamaal M. Brimmer UNLV S
89 Junior Rosegreen Auburn S
99 Aaron Francisco BYU S

Hoover
01-17-2005, 12:50 PM
We do not need a DT.

IMO we don't even know what we have there. Plus maybe if we had a decent MLB those tackels would look better. If we draft a DT in this draft I'll just go nuts. We have over invested in DTs in drafts under DV and thats why the D lacks talent in other positions.

Downing - First draft pick in 01
Sims - First draft pick in 02
Freeman - Second draft pick in 02
Saivii - First Draft pick in 04

Frankie
01-17-2005, 12:56 PM
Is this based on some credited scouting or just your opinion, POM?

PatriotofMaine
01-17-2005, 01:00 PM
It's a compilation of opinions of our writers. (8) All of whom (as opposed to many sites) actually are required to tape and closely review and provide feedback on a player 3 times before posting a recommendation. Most smaller draft website just C&P from the bigger sites on the net...

CHIEF4EVER
01-17-2005, 01:01 PM
9 Thomas Davis
Georgia
S


Most likely at the top of CP's wish list. :cuss:

PatriotofMaine
01-17-2005, 01:05 PM
CHIEF4EVER,

If they had plans to move him to OLB...quite possibly...always risky to draft a guy that high with a movement plan though...

CHIEF4EVER
01-17-2005, 01:08 PM
CHIEF4EVER,

If they had plans to move him to OLB...quite possibly...always risky to draft a guy that high with a movement plan though...

ROFL

I see you have attended the Carl Peterson School of Talent Evaluation.

PatriotofMaine
01-17-2005, 01:10 PM
CHIEF4EVER,

lol...no...

Chiefnj
01-17-2005, 01:13 PM
We do not need a DT.

IMO we don't even know what we have there. Plus maybe if we had a decent MLB those tackels would look better. If we draft a DT in this draft I'll just go nuts. We have over invested in DTs in drafts under DV and thats why the D lacks talent in other positions.

Downing - First draft pick in 01
Sims - First draft pick in 02
Freeman - Second draft pick in 02
Saivii - First Draft pick in 04


The Chiefs do need a DT. Not as bad as a MLB, OLB, DE, CB(2) and FS, but they do need an improvement over Sims. The fact the team has overinvested at the position doesn't change the fact that the draft picks haven't panned out as expected.

CHIEF4EVER
01-17-2005, 01:17 PM
The Chiefs do need a DT. Not as bad as a MLB, OLB, DE, CB(2) and FS, but they do need an improvement over Sims. The fact the team has overinvested at the position doesn't change the fact that the draft picks haven't panned out as expected.

If we take another Safety in this draft you will be reading about me in the paper. I will gome un-friggin-glued. We need DE, LB and CB above and beyond any other consideration.

Frankie
01-17-2005, 01:24 PM
I see the list shows Erasmus James at 15. My top (realistic) choice exactly where the Chiefs pick. :thumb:

Hoover
01-17-2005, 01:45 PM
The Chiefs do need a DT. Not as bad as a MLB, OLB, DE, CB(2) and FS, but they do need an improvement over Sims. The fact the team has overinvested at the position doesn't change the fact that the draft picks haven't panned out as expected.
I'm not saying we could do better at DT. I'm just saying we have to stick with the guys we have and focus on LBs, CBs and DEs

Phobia
01-17-2005, 02:06 PM
I'm not saying we could do better at DT. I'm just saying we have to stick with the guys we have and focus on LBs, CBs and DEs

LB's and a CB especially.

Hoover
01-17-2005, 02:18 PM
yep.

I know Sims is in the doghouse of most people here. But he and Savii are young. We have to look elsewhere in this draft.

Spicy McHaggis
01-17-2005, 02:30 PM
Crowder's ranked ahead of Johnson? :spock:

htismaqe
01-17-2005, 02:39 PM
I sincerely hope the Broncos don't get Babineaux...

PatriotofMaine
01-17-2005, 03:08 PM
Saint Mc,

Yep...We went out on a limb there, I know. Johnson was just not the dominating force this year that everybody said he was going to be. His stats were decent, but he disappeared for long stretches of several games. The "junior excitement" factor will help Crowder, and despite his off field issues he has the greates upside of any LB in this draft.

Spicy McHaggis
01-17-2005, 03:10 PM
Saint Mc,

Yep...We went out on a limb there, I know. Johnson was just not the dominating force this year that everybody said he was going to be. His stats were decent, but he disappeared for long stretches of several games. The "junior excitement" factor will help Crowder, and despite his off field issues he has the greates upside of any LB in this draft.

I just think of Johnson as more of a proven commodity. I figured his knack for creating turnovers and Crowder's off-field problems would make Johnson the first LB taken. Good list though, thanks for putting it up.

PatriotofMaine
01-17-2005, 03:37 PM
Saint Mc,

You're quite welcome. Johnson may develop into a better player, but it is that tomohawk stripping move of his that makes him special right now, and that may not (over the long haul) prove to be enough to keep him there at the next level.

Ultra Peanut
01-17-2005, 03:45 PM
yep.

I know Sims is in the doghouse of most people here. But he and Savii are young. We have to look elsewhere in this draft.Exactly.

AND WE STILL HAVE MONTIQUE SHARPE, BITCHES!

PatriotofMaine
01-17-2005, 04:00 PM
Oh, I think the Chiefs can definitely use one more young stud on the D-line, but the more I think about Thurman coming to KC, the better I like it...Can we say "Derrick II"??

PatriotofMaine
01-19-2005, 07:34 AM
Latest Update:

1 Aaron Rodgers California QB
2 Braylon Edwards Michigan WR
3 Antrel Rolle Miami (FL) CB
4 Cedric Benson Texas HB
5 Channing Crowder Florida LB
6 Derrick Johnson Texas LB
7 Michael Williams No College WR
8 Thomas Davis Georgia S
9 Carlos RogersAuburnCB
10 Ronnie Brown Auburn HB
11 Trav Johnson Florida State DT
12 Alex D Smith Utah QB
13 David Pollack Georgia DE
14 Alex Barron Florida State OT
15 Erasmus James Wisconsin DE
16 Carnell Williams Auburn HB
17 Antajj Hawthorne Wisconsin DT
18 J.J. Arrington California HB
19 Heath Miller Virginia TE
20 Dan Cody Oklahoma DE
21 Jamaal Brown Oklahoma OT
22 Odell Thurman Georgia LB
23 Dave Baas Michigan C
24 Kevin Burnett Tennessee LB
25 Mark Clayton Oklahoma WR
26 Elton Brown Virginia OG
27 Shaun Cody USC DE
28 Wesley Britt Alabama OT
29 Kyle Orton Purdue QB
30 Justin Miller Clemson CB
31 Andrew Walter Arizona State QB
32 Brandon Browner Oregon State CB
33 Adam Jones West Virginia CB
34 Chris Canty Virginia DE
35 Marlin Jackson Michigan CB
36 Darryl Blackstock Virginia LB
37 Barrett Ruud Nebraska LB
38 Kirk Morrison San Diego State LB
39 Ernest Shazor Michigan S
40 Ciatrick Fason Florida HB
41 Marcus Spears Louisiana State DE
42 Peter McMahon Purdue OT
43 Manase Hopoi Washington DT
44 Vernand Morency Oklahoma State RB
45 Justin Tuck Notre Dame DE
46 Brodney Pool Oklahoma S
47 Claude Terrell New Mexico OG
48 Corey Webster Louisiana State CB
49 Logan Mankins OT Fresno State
50 Shawne Merriman Maryland DE
51 Stefan LeFors Louisville QB
52 James Butler Georgia Tech S
53 Eric Shelton Louisville HB
54 Bryant McFadden Florida State CB
55 Mike Patterson USC DT
56 Ryan Moats Louisiana Tech HB
57 Troy Williamson South Carolina WR
58 Jonathan Babineaux Iowa DT
59 Matt Roth Iowa DE
60 Simon Fraser Ohio State DE
61 Liam Ezekial Northeastern LB
62 Andre Maddox NC State S
63 Charlie Frye Akron QB
64 Anthony Davis Wisconsin HB
65 Lance Mitchell Oklahoma LB
66 Michael Boley Southern Mississippi LB
67 T.A. McLendon North Carolina State HB
68 Marion Barber III Minnesota RB
69 Justin Geisenger Vanderbilt OT
70 Chris Henry West Virginia WR
71 LeRoy Hill Clemson LB
72 Fred Gibson Georgia WR
73 Nick Kaczur Toledo OT
74 J.R. Russell Louisville WR
75 Jamaal M. Brimmer UNLV S
76 Derek Anderson Oregon State QB
77 Geoff McArthur California WR
78 Roddy White Alabama-Birmingham WR
79 Rob Petitti Pittsburgh OT
80 Donte Nicholson Oklahoma S
81 Kay Jay Harris West Virginia HB
82 Adrian McPherson No College QB
83 Mike Nugent Ohio State K
84 Darren Sproles Kansas State RB
85 Jim Davis Virginia Tech DT/DE
86 Ronald Bartrell Howard CB
87 Domonique Foxworth Maryland CB
88 Boomer Grigsby Illinois State LB
89 Junior Rosegreen Auburn S
90 Albert Means Memphis DT
91 Ben Wilkerson Louisiana State C
92 Jesse Lumsden McMaster (Ont.) HB
93 Anthony Alabi Texas Christian OT
94 Dan Buenning Wisconsin OG
95 Roscoe Parish Miami (FL) WR
96 Brandon Jacobs Southern Illinois HB
97 Johnathan Goddard Marshall LB
98 Alfred Fincher Connecticut LB
99 Aaron Francisco BYU S
100 Jerome Mathis Hampton WR

Used with permission.

Rausch
01-19-2005, 07:45 AM
We do not need a DT.

IMO we don't even know what we have there. Plus maybe if we had a decent MLB those tackels would look better. If we draft a DT in this draft I'll just go nuts. We have over invested in DTs in drafts under DV and thats why the D lacks talent in other positions.

Downing - First draft pick in 01
Sims - First draft pick in 02
Freeman - Second draft pick in 02
Saivii - First Draft pick in 04

With an aged MeatRoaf and no clear answer at RT how about Alex Barron?

I gotta' pimp at least one Florida State rook...
:)

PatriotofMaine
01-19-2005, 08:18 AM
Gotta go defense, defense, defense with the first 3 picks, IMHO...