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Unread postby swerb » Sun Apr 29, 2007 9:52 am

Bolded some guys of intrigue ...

Best kicker in the draft (Mason Crosby) still on the board. Pittman and Bush. Darius Walker and DeShaun Wynn. Some solid corners in Tanard Jackson, David Irons, Fred Bennett, Tarrell Browns and Dashon Golden. Guards Josh Beekman and Manny Ramirez. Doug Datish. The big nose tackle Paul Solai.

Gonna get another couple guys with the potential to help.

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*Antonio Pittman RB 5-10, 195 Ohio State
Tanard Jackson DB 6-0, 190 Syracuse

Aundrae Allison WR 6-0, 197 East Carolina
*Michael Bush RB 6-2, 250 Louisville (X)
Rufus Alexander LB 6-1, 230 Oklahoma
David Irons CB 5-10, 190 Auburn (X)
*Brandon Siler LB 6-1, 235 Florida

Tim Shaw LB 6-0, 230 Penn State
Fred Bennett CB 6-1, 200 South Carolina
David Clowney WR 6-0, 180 Virginia Tech
Ben Patrick TE 6-4, 270 Delaware
H.B. Blades LB 5-11, 236 Pittsburgh
Courtney Taylor WR 6-1, 200 Texas A&M
Doug Free OT 6-6, 305 Northern Illinois
A.J. Davis CB 5-10, 190 North Carolina State
Paul Soliai DT 6-4, 345 Utah
Antwan Barnes LB 6-1, 240 Florida International
Troy Smith QB 6-0, 215 Ohio State
Baraka Atkins DE 6-3, 265 Miami
Zak DeOssie LB 6-5, 250 Brown
John Wendling DB 6-1, 220 Wyoming
Josh Beekman OG 6-2, 315 Boston College
Mason Crosby PK 6-1, 215 Colorado
Ryan McBean DT 6-5, 278 Oklahoma State
Michael Coe CB 6-1, 190 Alabama State
Earl Everett LB 6-2, 235 Florida
Manny Ramirez OG 6-3, 335 Texas Tech
Jay Moore DE 6-4, 275 Nebraska
Josh Gattis FS 6-1, 210 Wake Forest
DeShawn Wynn RB 5-11, 235 Florida
Scott Chandler TE 6-7, 260 Iowa

Stephen Nicholas LB 6-1, 232 South Florida
Corey Hilliard OG 6-5, 315 Oklahoma State
Desmond Bishop LB 6-2, 240 California
Antonio Johnson DT 6-3, 305 Mississippi State
Dustin Fry C 6-3, 315 Clemson
Marcus Thomas DT 6-2, 290 Florida (O)
Anthony Arline CB 6-2, 200 Baylor
Tyler Palko QB 6-1, 215 Pittsburgh
Brian Robison DE 6-4, 275 Texas
Jacob Bender OT 6-6, 320 Nicholls State
Martrez Milner TE 6-4, 260 Georgia
Michael Johnson FS 6-3, 215 Arizona
Chansi Stuckey WR 5-11, 200 Clemson
Leroy Harris C 6-2, 310 North Carolina State
Juwan Simpson LB 6-2, 225 Alabama
Jackie Battle RB 6-1, 245 Houston
Chris Davis WR 5-10, 175 Florida State
Travarous Bain CB 6-0, 175 Hampton
Nate Harris LB 6-0, 230 Louisville
Marvin White DB 6-1, 200 TCU
Adam Koets OT 6-5, 300 Oregon State
*Darius Walker RB 5-9, 210 Notre Dame
Doug Datish C 6-4, 295 Ohio State

Rhema McKnight WR 6-1, 205 Notre Dame (X)
Tarell Brown CB 6-0, 200 Texas (O)
Dashon Golden DB 6-1, 200 Washington
*Rory Johnson LB 6-1, 235 Mississippi
Kareen Brown DT 6-4, 310 Miami
Kelvin Smith LB 6-2, 240 Syracuse
Kenny Scott CB 6-1, 175 Georgia Tech
Allen Barbre OG 6-4, 302 Missouri Southern
Eric Frampton DB 5-11, 210 Washington State
Brandon Frye OT 6-4, 305 Virginia Tech
Kolby Smith RB 5-11, 220 Louisville
Chase Pittman DE 6-4, 265 LSU
Mansfield Wrotto OG 6-3, 310 Georgia Tech
Kevin Payne DB 6-1, 215 Louisiana-Monroe
Dallas Sartz LB 6-5, 235 Southern California (X)
DeAndre Jackson CB 5-11, 195 Iowa State
Dallas Baker WR 6-3, 210 Florida
Kevin Boss TE 6-6, 252 Western Oregon
Daren Stone DB 6-3, 220 Maine
MIke Jones OG 6-5, 310 Iowa
Legedu Naanee WR 6-2, 225 Boise State
Dwayne Wright RB 5-11, 228 Fresno State (X)
Noland Burchette DE 6-2, 260 Virginia Tech
Courtney Brown DB 6-1, 205 Cal-Poly
Joel Filani WR 6-2, 210 Texas Tech
Joe Newton TE 6-7, 255 Oregon State
Derek Landri DT 6-3, 280 Notre Dame
Steve Breaston WR 6-0, 195 Michigan
Nate Ilaoa RB 5-9, 245 Hawaii
Mike Otto OT 6-5, 305 Purdue
Melvin Bullitt DB 6-1, 200 Texas A&M
Michael Allan TE 6-6, 255 Whitworth
*Ryan Smith CB 5-10, 170 Florida
David Patterson DT 6-2, 285 Ohio State
Isaiah Stanback QB 6-2, 216 Washington
Prescott Burgess LB 6-3, 240 Michigan
*C.J. Gaddis DB 6-1, 205 Clemson
Mkristo Bruce DE 6-6, 260 Washington State
Syvelle Newton WR 6-1, 218 South Carolina
*Ahmad Bradshaw RB 5-9, 200 Marshall
Cory Anderson FB 6-2, 247 Tennessee
Zack Latimer LB 6-2, 235 Oklahoma
Paul Mosley RB 6-0, 240 Baylor
Justin Medlock PK 6-0, 185 UCLA
KaMichael Hall LB 6-0, 228 Georgia Tech
Clark Harris TE 6-5, 260 Rutgers
Ken Darby RB 5-10, 210 Alabama
Jared Zabransky QB 6-2, 220 Boise State
Keith Jackson DT 6-0, 305 Arkansas
Enoka Lucas C 6-3, 303 Oregon
Chad Nkang SS 6-0, 220 Elon (LB)
Brandon Myles WR 6-1, 190 West Virginia
Jeff Rowe QB 6-5, 225 Nevada
Jesse Daniels SS 5-11, 215 LSU
Tala Esara OG 6-3, 310 Hawaii
Corey Graham CB 6-0, 195 New Hampshire
Sam Olajubutu LB 5-9, 227 Arkansas
Clifton Ryan DT 6-3, 310 Michigan State
Chris Leak QB 6-0, 210 Florida
Daniel Sepulveda P 6-3, 230 Baylor
Barndon Harrison SS 6-2, 225 Stanford
LeRon McClain FB 6-0, 256 Alabama
Marvin Mitchell LB 6-3, 250 Tennessee (X)
Jordan Kent WR 6-4, 217 Oregon
Chris Denman OT 6-6, 315 Fresno State
Jonny Harline TE 6-4, 250 BYU
Nick Folk PK 6-2, 225 Arizona
Selvyn Young RB 5-11, 210 Texas
Brandon Sharp FS 5-10, 195 Louisville
C.J. Ah You DE 6-4, 275 Oklahoma
Jordan Palmer QB 6-6, 230 UTEP
David Holloway LB 6-2, 230 Maryland
Jemalle Cornelius WR 5-11, 185 Florida
Jeremy Clark DT 6-3, 310 Alabama
Dante Rosario TE 6-3, 244 Oregon (FB)
Tim Duckworth OG 6-3, 305 Auburn
C.J. Wilson CB 6-1, 195 Baylor
David Ball WR 6-1, 195 New Hampshire
Tony Taylor LB 6-1, 235 Georgia
Joe Cohen DT 6-3, 313 Florida
John Bowie CB 5-10, 190 Cincinnati
Julius Wilson OT 6-4, 327 Alabama-Birmingham
Brian Smith LB 6-4, 225 Missouri
Jason Snelling FB 5-11, 230 Virginia
Ryan Moore WR 6-2, 217 Miami
Jon Cornish RB 5-11, 205 Kansas
Brandon Mitchell SS 6-2, 205 Ohio State
Zac Taylor QB 6-2, 216 Nebraska
Boo McLee LB 6-1, 255 West Virginia
Gabe Hall OT 6-4, 313 Texas Tech
*Jon Abbate LB 5-11, 235 Wake Forest
Willis Barringer DB 5-11, 205 Michigan
Adam Poedlesh P 5-11, 205 Maryland
Xzavie Jackson DE 6-3, 278 Missouri
Ryne Robinson WR 5-9,180 Miami (Ohio)
Nathan Bennett OG 6-4, 316 Clemson
Larry Anam DB 6-0, 195 Boston College
Matt Toeaina DT 6-2, 307 Oregon
Marcus Paschal SS 6-0, 200 Iowa
Alonzo Coleman RB 5-10, 206 Hampton
Jarret Hicks WR 6-3, 210 Texas Tech
Dane Uperesa OT 6-4, 310 Hawaii
Chinedum Ndukwe SS 6-2, 205 Notre Dame
Bo Smith CB 5-10, 193 Weber State
Matt Muncy LB 6-1, 242 Ohio
Scott Stephenson C 6-3, 297 Iowa State
Jarvis Jackson LB 6-0, 225 Georgia
D'Juan Woods WR 6-0, 210 Oklahoma State
Greg Peterson DE 6-5, 285 North Carolina Central
Anthony Pudewell TE 6-4, 250 Nevada
Reggie Lewis CB 5-10, 204 Florida
Brandon Pace PK 5-10, 196 Virginia Tech
Craig Dahl FS 6-2, 215 North Dakota State
Kody Bliss P 5-10, 180 Auburn
Quinton Echols DT 6-1, 328 Kansas State
Herbert Taylor OT 6-4, 296 TCU
Ameer Ismail DE 6-2, 225 Western Michigan
Mark Zalewski LB 6-2, 232 Wisconsin
Dan Santucci OG 6-3, 300 Notre Dame
Joe Anoai DT 6-3, 280 Georgia Tech
C.J. Wallace DB 5-1, 200 Washington
Brandon Fields P 6-5, 230 Michigan State
Deon Anderson FB 5-11, 245 UConn (O)
Tyrone Moss RB 5-9, 231 Miami
Brad Ekwerekwu WR 6-4, 210 Missouri
Brandon McDonald CB 5-11, 181 Memphis
Roy Hall WR 6-2, 230 Ohio State
Derek Schouman TE 6-2, 247 Boise State (FB)
Louis Leonard DT 6-5, 325 Fresno State
Quinton Culberson LB 6-1, 236 Mississippi State
Rod Rogers FS 6-1, 185 Wisconsin
Matt Gutierrez QB 6-4, 232 Idaho State
Jacob Ford DE 6-4, 250 Central Arkansas
Andrew Carnhan OT 6-7, 306 Arizona State (X)
Jesse Allen FB 6-0, 250 Virginia Tech
John Talley CB 6-0, 190 Duke
Steve Dildane LB 6-1, 235 Washington State
Drew Mormino C 6-3, 300 Central Michigan
George Hall LB 6-0, 240 Purdue
David Lofton SS 6-4, 212 Stanford
Cameron Stephenson OG 6-3, 305 Rutgers
Ronnie McGill RB 5-11, 213 North Carolina
Tim Castille FB 5-11, 235 Alabama
Kasey Studdard OG 6-2, 303 Texas
Will Herring LB 6-3, 220 Auburn (SS)
*Allan Applewhite DE 6-3, 250 San Diego State
Tim Mixon CB 5-9, 190 California (X)
Dan Mozes C 6-3, 293 West Virginia
Walter Thomas DT 6-4, 370 Northwest Missouri
Clifton Dawson RB 5-10, 205 Harvard
Justin Hickman DE 6-1, 255 UCLA (OLB)
Chase Johnson OT 6-8, 330 Wyoming
Abe Brown LB 6-3, 240 Louisville
Thomas Clayton RB 5-10, 220 Kansas State
Elliott Vallejo OT 6-7, 327 Cal-Davis
Blair Phillips LB 6-1, 243 Oregon
Ola Dagunduro DT 6-2, 295 Nebraska
Jay Richardson DE 6-6, 280 Ohio State
Steve Vallos OG 6-3, 305 Wake Forest (OT)
Victor DeGrate DE 6-3, 250 Oklahoma State
Patrick Ghee SS 6-1, 210 Wake Forest
Conrad Bolston DT 6-3, 305 Maryland
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Unread postby Mr. MacPhisto » Sun Apr 29, 2007 10:58 am

If the Browns can find a way to get Bush then I'd be on cloud nine. His leg injury obviously causes trepidation, but he's another Top 15 talent. The gamble is on health, but you take those gambles on day 2. Without any injury questions, Bush would have been the #2 RB taken.

With the problems at CB, I wouldn't mind Siler either. Soliai would fill a hole for the future. And who wouldn't be interested in Manny Ramirez at guard just because of the name?

Nicholas could be a steal at LB, homer though I be. I've seen him in plenty of USF games. He's fast and is a great pass rusher at OLB. Very good tackler who doesn't let a lot of guys get past him. He started all four years at USF.
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Unread postby Dozen » Sun Apr 29, 2007 11:06 am

Anyone think Troy Smith will go to the Ravens?
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Unread postby yogi » Sun Apr 29, 2007 11:15 am

Guys I'm interested in..any of the corners that swerb pointed out. Maybe we'll have better luck with the latest version of Courtney Brown. I mean it seems our luck has changed.

Also, Zak DeOssie, Allen Barbrie, and Clark Harris.
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Unread postby BruceK » Sun Apr 29, 2007 11:16 am

Best player available greater than 300 lbs;

in case of ties go defense.
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Unread postby swerb » Sun Apr 29, 2007 11:30 am

BruceK wrote:Best player available greater than 300 lbs;

in case of ties go defense.

That mantra worked good for you at #3 yesterday Bruce! As I told you yesterday, I'll never argue with it.

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Unread postby pup » Sun Apr 29, 2007 12:52 pm

Darius Walker at 140? Think they pick Brady Quinn's brain right away and get his report on Walker?
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Unread postby Mr. MacPhisto » Sun Apr 29, 2007 1:07 pm

Pup wrote:Darius Walker at 140? Think they pick Brady Quinn's brain right away and get his report on Walker?


Apparently not. McDonald at CB from Memphis. Versatile guys, can play all positions in the secondary - at least he played them all at Memphis.
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Unread postby yogi » Sun Apr 29, 2007 1:26 pm

You get the Ralph Browns of the world strapped to the bench or off the team completely.

The secondary needed more able bodies and we got another. I wanted Courtney Brown, but Phil evaluated and said McDonald's better

Who am I to argue?

2 picks left.

We need help at RB but you gotta think that's not really an area that you can find gems.

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Unread postby Guest » Sun Apr 29, 2007 1:40 pm

I like Darby from Bama or Walker
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