2010 Draft Grades: Bengals

The selection of Jermaine Gresham came as no surprise to anyone, and it was one of the better picks of the 1st round. They’ve needed and tight end for years, and they’ve finally give Carson Palmer the weapon he deserves. He could be in position to have a huge rookie season if they decide to work him into their game plan from day one.

Talent-wise, Carlos Dunlap could be a steal in the 2nd round. But not in Cincinnati. When are the Bengals going to learn that you can’t continue to surround yourself with players with significant character concerns. When you put players like Dunlap in a locker room like the Bengals’, its a recipe for disaster.

I really like the selection of Jordan Shipley in the 3rd round. I think he’s a perfect compliment to Chad Ochocinco and Antonio Bryant. He should be an immediate contributor.

Brandon Ghee fell further than most expect and could be a late 3rd round steal. He won’t be asked to start, but will provide a huge upgrade to the depth in their secondary.

Geno Atkins may have been a slight reach in the 4th round, but they needed to improve the depth on their interior defensive line. I like his chance to be a contributor in the rotation from day one.

Roddrick Muckelroy is one of those players who’s production in college doesn’t match his physical skills. He doesn’t look like an NFL player, but its hard to ignore the fact that he played a significant role on one of the best defenses in college football. He may have been a reach, but should make an instant impact on special teams.

Otis Hudson was a reach, even in the 5th round. They needed to add depth to the offensive line, but they should have targeted a player who can make a more immediate impact. Hudson may not be ready to play as a rookie.

I was surprised that Dezmon Briscoe fell to the 6th round and even more surprised that he was taken after fellow Jayhawk receiver Kerry Meier. He could be a steal for the Bengals. He’s prototypical possession receiver and should be able to learn a lot from Ochocinco and Bryant. This was an ideal spot for him to land. There will be no pressure to perform early on and he can learn from two accomplished veterans.

Reggie Stephens will probably has a better chance to play as a rookie than Hudson. He can play guard or center and his versatility will make it easier for the Bengals to keep him on the roster. He has the size to be a dominant run blocker and should work his way into their rotation as a backup even though his ceiling is limited.

Overall this was a very solid draft for the Bengals. They’re ready to win now, and they gave Carson Palmer who weapons who can contribute immediately. I have very serious concerns about the selection of Carlos Dunlap, but that’s to be expected of the Bengals every April. A better 3rd day of the draft would have put them over the top, but this was still a good draft for Cincinnati for both the short and long term.

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2010 Draft Grades: Steelers

Its been assumed for months that the Steelers would address their interior line with their 1st-round pick, and that decision was made easier by the suspension of Ben Roethlisberger. Without their franchise quarterback, the Steelers will become more of a power running team and Maurkice Pouncey will be a key piece of the equation to make that work. He should start from day one at right guard and eventually move to center to replace Justin Hartwig.

I thought they reached a little for Jason Worilds. They needed to add depth at outside linebacker, but there were better players on the board in the 2nd round.

I also felt that Emmanuel Sanders was a reach. I’m wary of any receiver that comes from a June Jones offense. He’s undersized and just seems a little too similar to Mike Wallace. If the Steelers were going to add a receiver in this draft I would have liked to see them add a bigger possession receiver. Limas Sweed has been a huge disappointment and its time for the to move on and find someone else to fill that role.

I love the pick of Thaddeus Gibson in the 4th round. I gave him a 2nd-round grade and him rated ahead of Worilds. He’s more raw than Worilds but has a more upside, especially as a pass rusher. He likely won’t see much immediate playing time, but I love his chances of turning out to be the gem of this draft class for the Steelers.

Chris Scott is an unspectacular pick in the 5th round, but adds some necessary depth. He isn’t a future starter, but he can play guard and tackle and should have a long career as a backup for that reason.

Crezdon Butler fills an obvious need, but I was surprised that the Steelers didn’t grab a cornerback until the 5th round. They did trade for Bryant McFadden on draft day, but he isn’t the answer to their problems either.

Stevenson Sylvester was a tremendously productive college linebacker who will likely play inside in the Steelers 3-4 scheme. However, I don’t see him as anything more than a special teams contributor in the NFL. There were better players on the board at that spot.

I want to love the selection of Jonathan Dwyer, but I have reservations about declaring it a slam dunk pick. I graded Dwyer as a 2nd-round selection. I knew at the time that most had him graded lower that that, but I never envisioned a situation in which a player with his size and speed would fall to the 6th round. When a player with that much talent falls that far without an obvious explanation, I start to wonder if there’s something that only the teams who interviewed him are aware of.

I really like the selection of Antonio Brown. In fact, I had him rated a few spots higher than Emmanuel Sanders. They’re similar players, but Brown had much more value in the 6th round than Sanders in the 3rd.

Doug Worthington could also turn out to be a late-round steal for the Steelers. He’s a prototypical 3-4 defensive end. He has the size for the position and the athleticism to make some plays as well.

This was a solid draft for the Steelers, but they only landed one player who will contribute immediately (Pouncey). Their other picks are more developmental prospects who will be brought along slowly. Worilds and Gibson could be come cornerstones of their defense in a few years, but the Steelers really needed to land some players who can contribute now.

The biggest thing missing from this draft was an impact cornerback. There were plenty of guys on the board in the 2nd and 3rd round who could have added immediate depth to the position. Overall, this draft was filled with a few too many reaches and not enough players who projects as potential starters.

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2010 Draft Grades: Browns

The Browns had to be devastated to see Eric Berry come off the board at No. 5 to the Chiefs. It left them without an obvious pick in the 1st round.

Joe Haden was an acceptable option, but a team with so many holes should avoid adding to an area of relative strength early in the draft. Eric Wright and Sheldon Brown are a solid duo of starting corners and, compared to the rest of the team, represent one of the few strengths on the depth chart.

T.J. Ward was a huge reach in the early 2nd round. Since high school his career has been filled with injuries. When healthy, he’s shown the ability to be a future NFL starter, but there’s no reason to believe that he’ll suddenly be able to stay out of the trainers room. It looks as though the Browns reached to fill a position of need.

I have the same criticisms of Montario Hardesty as I do about Ward. When healthy, he looks great. But he just can’t stay on the field. During his career he’s suffered a torn ACL, an ankle sprain and a broken leg. There’s just no reason to believe a running back with a history of injuries will be able to withstand the pounding of the NFL over the course of a 16-game season.

In the 3rd round they finally got their quarterback. While I think Colt McCoy could be a steal in the 3rd round, I’m actually not crazy about the pick. The Browns obviously had no intention of drafting McCoy, and Mike Holmgren hasn’t even tried to deny that fact. They never thought he’d be on the board at No. 85. Based on that fact, I don’t like the selection. If they don’t view McCoy as a potential franchise quarterback [he wasn't even the top player on their board at No. 85] then why take him at all? All this does is potentially dissuade them from spending their 2011 1st-round pick on a true franchise quarterback [Jake Locker? Ryan Mallett? Andrew Luck?].

Shaun Lauvoa was a great pickup in the late 3rd round. The former left tackle has an excellent chance to replace Pork Chop Womack as the starting right guard.

Larry Asante is a potential steal in the 5th round. He’s an ideal strong safety and should be able to contribute immediately on special teams and as Abram Elam’s backup.

I absolutely love the selection of Carlton Mitchell. He’s very raw, but he was mentioned as a potential 3d-round pick entering the draft based on potential alone. He has all the tools necessary to develop into a true No. 1 receiver – a position which the Browns are currently lacking.

Clifton Geathers has a chance to be another late-round steal. He’s a prototypical 3-4 defensive end. Kenyon Coleman and Robaire Smith don’t exactly have a stranglehold on the starting jobs, so Geathers could have an outside shot at winning a starting job before the season is over. That’s a lofty expectation for a 6th-round pick, but I think its a reasonable goal for Geathers.

Overall this was a fairly uninspiring draft for the Browns. If Colt McCoy develops into a future star, we’ll look at this draft as the turning point of the franchise, but the odds are greater that he never plays a game for the Browns. As a 3rd-round pick they have virtually nothing invested in him. They passed over him an injury-prone running back and safety – not exactly giving off the impression that they view him as the answer to their quarterback problems.

Ultimately the most disappointing aspect of this draft is the fact that Browns may not have landed a single player who will be a regular starter in 2010. Even Haden will have to beat out either Wright or Brown. For a team with so many holes to fill, that’s the very definition of a disappointing draft.

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2010 Draft Grades: Ravens

The Ravens did a great job trading out of the 1st round and still managing to land a 1st-round talent in the 2nd round.

Sergio Kindle is a perfect fit at outside linebacker in Baltimore. While their defense is still based off the 3-4 scheme, they have been running more 4-3 sets lately and Kindle is a much better fit at outside linebacker in those formations than Jarrett Johnson. He’ll likely backup Johnson this upcoming season, but he should see significant playing time as part of the rotation.

Terrence Cody was a great pick in the late 2nd-round. He obviously doesn’t fill an immediate need, but he can be used in a rotation at nose tackle with 33-year-old Kelly Gregg. That combination will suit both players well and should improve what was already one of the best defensive lines in football.

I’m not crazy about the selection of Ed Dickson. He can contribute immediately as a receiver, but his blocking needs a lot of work. He just isn’t the complete package that the Ravens like at tight end. However, I think they got great value for Dennis Pitta in the 4th round. He’s much closer to a Todd Heap-type tight end and I like his chances of eventually replacing Heap better than Dickson’s. That said, I don’t like the fact that they grabbed two tight ends in spots where other contributors could have been added.

David Reed is an intriguing prospect, but I felt the reached a little bit in the 5th round. Fortunately he won’t be relied on this upcoming season. For the short term, the Ravens are set a receiver, allowing them to develop Reed without throwing him into the fire.

Arthur Jones was a great late 5th-round pick. Entering the 2009 season he was viewed as a potential 1st-round pick. However, he has a long history of knee injuries which scared off most teams. If he can stay healthy, he’ll be an instant contributor at defensive end for the Ravens. He’s a very nice addition to their rotation on the defensive line and well worth the risk in the 5th round.

Ramone Harewood is a developmental prospect and landed in the perfect place in Baltimore. He fits the mold of a typical Ravens tackle (6’7″, 360 pounds) and they’ll try to groom him for a starting job two to three years down the road. He may spend the 2010 season on the practice squad, but in the 6th round they could afford to grab a developmental prospect that won’t bring any immediate returns.

Overall, this was a very solid draft for the Ravens. For the most part, they got excellent value at each slot and a few players that can contribute immediately. The only downside is that they didn’t land any immediate difference makers. They have every reason to believe that they can be a Super Bowl contender in 2010, so it was surprising to see them fail to address more needs early one. They have a number of injury concerns at cornerback (Lardarius Webb, Dominique Foxworth) and adding some insurance at that position would have made sense.

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2010 Draft Grades: Bills

I guess this is what you get when you hire a 70-year-old first-time GM. Buddy Nix has been a well-respected scout for years, but he’s simply not suited to be the general manager in Buffalo.

C.J. Spiller was one of the worst picks of the 1st round. Entering the draft the Bills had needs at just about every position, including some positions that had great value in the top 10. Dan Williams and Anthony Davis would have made perfect sense. A case could have been made for Jimmy Clausen. Even Dez Bryant would have filled a need. The one position that they didn’t need to address was running back.

On top of that, I don’t view C.J. Spiller as a top-10 talent. I know many do, but I believe he’s too small to be an elite running back in the NFL. His defenders will point to Chris Johnson, but he’s the exception to the rule.

I give the Bills credit for realizing that Kyle Williams can’t play nose tackle and addressing that need in the 2nd round, but Torrell Troup? I like Troup, but he isn’t better than Terrence Cody, Cam Thomas or Linval Joseph. At best, he was the 4th-best nose tackle on the board. I gave him a 3rd-round grade, and even that was generous due to the fact that he plays a premium position.

As much as I disliked the first two picks, I love the selection of Alex Carrington. I think he’s a perfect fit at defensive end in their new 3-4 scheme. They really needed to address the defensive line and they did a great job recognizing that as a serious hole that needed to be filled.

I also like the selection of Marcus Easley in the 4th round. He came out of no where and put up huge numbers at Connecticut this past season. You should always be wary of one-year wonders, but in the 4th round he was well worth the risk. They need a No. 2 behind Lee Evans and Easley could potentially fill that role as early as this season.

Ed Wang had value in the 5th round, but its concerning that they didn’t address the offensive line until day three of the draft. He’s a career underachiever who may be put in a tough position in Buffalo if they ask him to start early on.

Arthur Moats and Danny Batten will both likely move to linebacker in Buffalo. They’re developmental prospects, but they should see time early on. The Bills needed to add depth at linebacker in order to make the transition to a 3-4 defense.

Levi Brown was a solid 7th-round pick. He’s a developmental prospect with some upside, but the Bills really needed to find someone earlier in the draft. The Bills just don’t have the veteran presence at quarterback for Brown to learn from. This was a less-than-ideal landing spot for him.

I love the pick of Kyle Calloway in the 7th round. I was surprised to see him fall this far. He doesn’t have a high ceiling, but he can certainly contribute and provide some much needed depth on their defensive line.

Overall, the Bills made some nice mid and late-round picks. However, they failed to find a franchise quarterback or a left tackle – the two positions that were far and away their biggest needs. This is the type of draft that simply destroys a franchise. The Bills are fading fast as an organization and they needed a solid draft to avoid joining the likes of the Raiders, Browns, Lions and Rams as the perennial bottom dwellers of the league. Based on their inability to address key areas of need, they all but guaranteed themselves of another top-10 selection in 2010.

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2010 Draft Grades: Jets

Considering what they had to work with, the Jets did alright for themselves. They added a few players that can contribute, but nothing special.

I really like Kyle Wilson but I just don’t see how he makes sense for the Jets as a 1st-round pick. They’re set at cornerback with Antonio Cromartie and Darrelle Revis, making Wilson the likely nickel corner. He’s a perfect fit for that role, but why spend a 1st-round pick on that position? A pass rusher such as Jerry Hughes or Sergio Kindle would have made more sense.

I also have concerns about the selection of Vladimir Ducasse. I love him as a developmental prospect, but it appears as though the Jets are plugging him at left guard from day one. He was completely over-matched at the Senior Bowl and I just don’t see how he’ll be able to handle himself as a starter in the NFL as a rookie. His potential is unlimited, but I wouldn’t want to rely on him as a starter early in his career.

I think Joe McKnight is a perfect fit for the Jets in the 4th round. They clearly had concerns about Leon Washington’s health before trading him to Seattle and McKnight should be able to fill that role. I don’t think he’s as explosive as Washington, but he’ll still be able to fill his role in the Jets offense.

They may have reached for John Conner in the 5th round, but they view him as the eventual replacement for Tony Richardson at fullback. Richardson is 38, so a starting job could open up for Conner sooner rather than later.

I have very mixed feelings about the Jets draft as a whole. With just four picks they managed to get three players who will see significant playing time as rookies. However, I think took the best available player (Kyle Wilson) at a time when a slight reach for a need may have made more sense. And then they addressed needs later in the draft, putting them in a position where they’ll need to rely on rookies in 2010 when they may not be ready for the NFL.

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2010 Draft Grades: Dolphins

This was a typical Bill Parcells draft. Very few risks, and heavy on the defensive front seven.

I love the selection of Jared Odrick in the 1st round. 3-4 defensive ends don’t get much love in the NFL, but they’re a key piece to that defensive scheme. Odrick, who played tackle at Penn State, is a perfect fit. He’ll be able to fill the role that Chris Canty and Marcus Spears played for Parcells in Dallas. He should start immediately, likely bumping Phillip Merling from the starting lineup.

Koa Misi, a defensive end at Utah, will make the transition to linebacker in Miami. He’ll be given every opportunity to win a starting job opposite Cameron Wake from day one. He may have come off the board a little early, but I can’t object to the position which was addressed. It was a very serious need for Miami entering the draft.

John Jerry is another very solid 3rd round selection. He has the size to be a dominant run-blocking interior lineman. My only concern is that his lack of athleticism may hurt Miami’s ability to run the Wildcat to his side of the field. Their Wildcat packages recquires linemen to be able to move and Jerry’s size simply limited his mobility.

A.J. Edds is another typical Parcells selection. There’s absolutely nothing special about him, but he’s a hard worker and will be an excellent special teams player. He doesn’t have a very high ceiling, but the Dolphins will find a place for him to contribute.

When they first selected Nolan Carroll I wondered if they may move him to free safety. Their depth at cornerback is more than adequate and both starters are 2009 draft picks. However, the selection of Reshad Jones may have thrown that theory out the window. I was in the minority in my opinion of Jones, but I had him rated as an early 2nd-round pick. He’s a steal in the 5th round and Miami is a perfect fit. He could easily win the starting free safety job of Tyron Culver.

Chris McCoy and Austin Spitler are very similar players. Both have limited upside but will contribute immediately on special teams. I like both selections, but I do wonder if the Dolphins may have overloaded on linebackers. It will be difficult to keep them all on the roster.

Overall this was a very solid draft. They grabbed a number of players who can contribute immediate and nearly every pick filled a need. My only concern is that they failed to grab a true impact player. While all their picks should have a role, none of them looks like a true difference maker. This very much looks like the draft of  a team that feels they’re one or two pieces away from competing for a Super Bowl title. They put needs ahead of talent on their draft board. It could prove to be a smart move, but if they missed on two or three of their early-round selections, then this draft will come back to haunt them within the next few years.

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2010 Draft Grades: Patriots

The Patriots had a rough stretch of drafts, which has contributed to their lack of current depth, but have bounced back the past two years.

I was mildly surprised by the selection of Devin McCourty. Given their lack of depth in the defensive front seven, I expected Belichick to address that area first. Jerry Hughes and Sergio Kindle were both guys that could have stepped into the hole at outside linebacker.

That said, I do like McCourty. Leigh Bodden has one starting job locked up but the other is up for grabs. Shawn Springs will likely begin the season as the starter but McCourty and 2008 2nd-round pick Darius Butler will compete for the job. I expect McCourty to be starting before the season’s over.

I felt the same way about their 2nd-round selection of Rob Gronkowski. He’s a perfect fit in New England, but outside linebacker was a much bigger hole. If healthy, Gronkowski has an excellent chance to start right away over Alge Crumpler. Had it not been for some serious injuries concerns, Gronkowski would have been a guaranteed 1st-round pick, and the top tight end on many draft boards.

They finally addressed their need for an outside linebacker with Jermaine Cunningham in the 2nd round. He’ll likely be given every opportunity to start opposite Tully Banta-Cain, but it was a reach. I had him graded as a 4th-round pick.

I also think Brandon Spikes was a reach. Despite his tremendous production in college, he lacks the speed and athleticism to excel in the NFL game. At Florida he was surrounded by 10 other defensive players who will all be playing in the NFL one day. It essence, Gators defensive coordinator Charlie Strong was able to mask Spikes’ deficiencies. But in the NFL, there just aren’t many linebackers that run a 5.00 40-yard dash. There are exceptions to every rule, so Spikes may work out, but they took a gamble a little too early.

I love the selection of Taylor Price in the 3rd round. There’s a good number of guys ahead of him on the depth chart right now, but I like his chances to start the season as their 3rd or 4th option at receiver. Randy Moss and Torry Holt may not be around a year from now, at which point he could step into a starting role.

In the 4th round Aaron Hernandez was simply a value pick. They clearly didn’t need a tight at after taking Gronkowski, but he had great value at that point in the draft. I’m not entirely sure how he’ll fit into their offensive scheme, but I’m confident Belichick will find a way to make it work. Given his athleticism, I wouldn’t be surprised to see him frequently lining up in the slot.

They reached for Zoltan Mesko. I don’t believe in taking punters before the 7th round. Punters grow on trees and they’re hit-or-miss prospects in the draft. He’ll be their starter, but he could have been on the board there much later. If not, someone of comparable value would have.

Ted Larsen and Thomas Welch will help replenish the offensive line depth. Neither has a bright future, but the Patriots just needed to add some bodies on the offensive line.

I was shocked that they didn’t address the defensive line until the 7th round with Brandon Deaderick and Kade Weston. Deaderick is a good fit at end in their 3-4 scheme, and could be part of the rotation this season. Weston is more of a developmental player. He was never a full-time starter in college but has impressive size and athleticism.

And Belichick’s obsession with late-round quarterbacks continued with the selection of Zac Robinson. Almost every year he either drafts or signs a developmental prospect at the position. It’s as though he’s constantly searching for the next Tom Brady. His obsession is humorous, but I do like the pick. Robinson has impressive athleticism for the position and made significant strides over the past two seasons as the starter at Oklahoma State.

Overall, I think the Patriots had a very solid draft. They got good value for most of their selections and addressed the majority of their needs. The only thing that seems to be missing from the draft is someone who can contribute immediately as a pass rusher. Cunningham could be that guy, but there’s no guarantee that he’ll be able to win the starting job over Pierre Woods.

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2nd-Round Mock Draft

33. Rams - Arrelious Benn – WR – Illinois

34. Vikings – Dominique Franks – CB – Oklahoma

35. Bucs – Golden Tate – WR – Notre Dame

36. Chiefs - Jimmy Clausen – QB – Notre Dame

37. Eagles – Nate Allen – S – South Florida

38. Browns – Colt McCoy – QB – Texas

39. Raiders -Taylor Mays – S – USC

40. Dolphins – Sergio Kindle – OLB – Texas

41. Bills – Bruce Campbell – OT – Maryland

42. Bucs – Carlos Dunlap – DE – Florida

43. Ravens – Rob Gronkowski – TE – Arizona

44. Patriots – Sean Lee – ILB – Penn State

45. Broncos – Terrence Cody – DT – Alabama

46. Giants – Daryl Washington – ILB – TCU

47. Patriots - Jimmy Graham – TE – Miami FL

48. Panthers – Taylor Price – WR – Ohio

49. 49ers – Brandon Ghee – CB – Wake Forest

50. Chiefs - Rodger Saffold – OT – Indiana

51. Texans - Toby Gerhart – RB – Stanford

52. Steelers – Thaddeus Gibson – OLB – Ohio State

53. Patriots - Morgan Burnett – S – Georgia Tech

54. Bengals - Damian Williams – WR – USC

55. Eagles – Vladimiar Ducasse – OG – Massachusetts

56. Packers – Koa Misi – OLB – Utah

57. Ravens – Charles Brown – OT – USC

58. Cardinals – Eric Norwood – OLB – South Carolina

59. Cowboys - Chad Jones – S – LSU

60. Seahawks – Alex Carrington – DE – Arkansas State

61. Jets - Linval Joseph – DT – East Carolina

62. Vikings – Brian Price – DT – UCLA

63. Colts – John Asamoah – OG – Illinois

64. Saints - Corey Wootton – DE – Northwestern

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Top 100 Available For Day 2

Rk Player Pos School
1 Jimmy Clausen QB Notre Dame
2 Golden Tate WR Notre Dame
3 Rob Gronkowski TE Arizona
4 Sergio Kindle OLB Texas
5 Everson Griffen DE USC
6 Taylor Mays S USC
7 Nate Allen S South Florida
8 Colt McCoy QB Texas
9 Charles Brown OT USC
10 Reshad Jones S Georgia
11 Arrelious Benn WR Illinois
12 Carlos Dunlap DE Florida
13 Chad Jones S LSU
14 Toby Gerhart RB Stanford
15 Corey Wootton DE Northwestern
16 Brian Price DT UCLA
17 Daryl Washington ILB TCU
18 Morgan Burnett S Georgia Tech
19 Alex Carrington DE Arkansas State
20 Ricky Sapp OLB Clemson
21 Terrence Cody DT Alabama
22 Brandon LaFell WR Georgia Tech
23 Cam Thomas DT North Carolina
24 Thaddeus Gibson OLB Ohio State
25 Dexter McCluster RB Mississippi
26 Akwasi Owusu-Ansah CB Indiana (PA)
27 Jon Asamoah OG Illinois
28 Eric Norwood OLB Utah
29 Koa Misi OLB Penn State
30 John Jerry OG Mississippi
31 Austen Lane DE Murray State
32 Damian Williams WR USC
33 Sean Lee ILB Penn State
34 Dominique Franks CB Oklahoma
35 Rodger Saffold OT Indiana
36 Mike Neal DT Purdue
37 Perrish Cox CB Oklahoma State
38 Brandon Ghee CB Wake Forest
39 Donald Butler ILB Washington
40 Eric Decker WR Minnesota
41 Aaron Hernandez TE Florida
42 Montario Hardesty RB Tennessee
43 Vladimir Ducasse OG Massachusetts
44 Bruce Campbell OT Maryland
45 Taylor Price WR Ohio
46 Jimmy Graham TE Miami FL
47 Ben Tate RB Auburn
48 Jordan Shipley WR Texas
49 Dennis Pitta TE BYU
50 Jared Veldheer OT Hillsdale
51 Jason Worilds DE Virginia Tech
52 Lival Joseph DT East Carolina
53 Chris Cook CB Virginia
54 Andre Roberts WR Citadel
55 Torrell Troup DT Central Florida
56 Mardy Gilyard WR Cincinnati
57 Lamarr Houston DT Texas
58 Ciron Black OT LSU
59 Dorin Dickerson FB Pittsburgh
60 Navorro Bowman OLB South Carolina
61 Major Wright S Florida
62 Amari Spievey CB Iowa
63 Brandon Spikes ILB Penn State
64 Ed Dickson TE Oregon
65 Javier Arenas CB Alabama
66 Al Woods DT LSU
67 Selvish Capers OT West Virginia
68 Emmanuel Sanders WR SMU
69 Jonathan Dwyer RB Georgia Tech
70 Myron Rolle S Florida State
71 Jerome Murphy CB South Florida
72 Lonyae Miller RB Fresno State
73 Clay Harbor FB Missouri State
74 Carlton Mitchell WR South Florida
75 Joe McKnight RB USC
76 Riley Cooper WR Florida
77 Donovan Warren CB Michigan
78 T.J. Ward S Oregon
79 Dan LeFevour QB Central Michigan
80 Blair White WR Michigan State
81 Matt Tennant C Boston College
82 Marcus Easley WR Connecticut
83 Tony Moeaki TE Iowa
84 Syd’Quan Thompson CB California
85 James Starks RB Buffalo
86 Jacoby Ford WR Clemson
87 Dezmon Briscoe WR Kansas
88 Lindsey Witten DE Connecticut
89 A.J. Edds OLB Iowa
90 Pat Angerer ILB Iowa
91 Walter Thurmond CB Oregon
92 Sean Canfield QB Oregon State
93 Anthony McCoy TE USC
94 Kyle Calloway OT Iowa
95 Jermaine Cunningham DE Florida
96 Rennie Curran OLB Georgia
97 Darrell Stuckey S Kansas
98 Jarrett Brown QB West Virginia
99 Jason Fox OT Miami FL
100 Anthony Dixon RB Mississippi State
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