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    With the 20th pick in the 2007 SA Mock Draft the New York Giants select

    Lawrence Timmons-OLB/Florida State

    HT-6'0
    WT-233

    This pick is a no brainer. The Giants couldn't pass on the best pure OLB in the draft and instant play-maker for their defense.

    From the strong side, controls cutbacks and comes down the line aggressively to make tackles in pursuit. Takes on lead blockers and offensive linemen, holds his ground and clogs the hole.Lacks experience as a blitzer. In college, usually lined up as a defensive end in passing situations. Can run around offensive tackles or beat them with quick, strong hands. Hits quarterbacks violently. In coverage, is polished and instinctive. Drops quickly and smoothly into zone coverage. Reads quarterbacks well, and closes quickly on the ball. Covers tight ends well man-to-man downfield. Shows the awareness to pick up tight ends on delayed releases after play-action fakes.

    Is almost always the last member of the front seven moving after the snap, but consistently reads the play. Does not get fooled by play-action fakes or misdirection plays, and consistently sticks to his assignment. Accelerates to full speed in a flash on runs away from him. Can chase down plays from behind. Does not move quickly through traffic. Consistently makes tackles, and can deliver violent hits. Does not always use good technique, missing some tackles.

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    Denver Broncos select Jarvis Moss DE Florida

    HT 6'6
    WT 250

    reason: the broncos would like to upgrade their DE position, and moss would be a nice addition, he was beastly in his biggest game of his life......

    Has great height with long arms...Possesses a big, rangy frame that he can still add weight to...An outstanding athlete...Good timed speed...Quick and agile with a great first step...Excellent in pursuit and has a burst to close...Is versatile and could play multiple positions...Changes directions well...Has a good motor...Plays with terrific leverage...Smooth with fluid hips...Is still improving and has upside.
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    With the 22nd pick in the 2007 SA Mock Draft the Dallas Cowboys select...

    Chris Houston CB/Arkansas

    HT: 5-10 WT: 185

    Dallas needs some help in the secondary... and at free safety more than anything. Roy Williams can play in the box as well as anyone but his coverage skills are an obvious weakness. Last season rookie Pat Watkins was givin a chance to start before being burnt on severall occasions and eventually yanked and replaced by a couple veterans. Their cornerbacks (Terrence Newman & Anthony Henry) are solid, but there is talk of moving Henry to free safety and with the selection of Houston it is now possible. If there was a safety worthy of taking here they would, but you can't pass on Houston. Ted Ginn Jr. was tempting...

    Chris Houston is one of the best press corners to come out of the draft in years. He's a great athlete who is strong (benches 450 lbs. & did 27 reps at the combine) and agile, he plays very aggressive but has the ability to recover well. He is still very raw... more of an athlete than a student of the position. He can be coached up at the next level... we don't know much about how he plays the run, how he does in zone coverage, and how he does backpedaling as he was in press coverage most of his career. Potentially a shut down corner.



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    With the 23rd pick in the 2007 NFL Draft, the Kansas City Chiefs select:

    Ted Ginn Jr. - WR | Ohio St.
    Height: 5-11 , Weight: 178

    The Chiefs have had a problem that many teams do in the WR dept, they don't have a true stud WR, a guy that stretch the field with sure hands and blazing speed. Eddie Kennison isn't the answer, and the Chiefs have made a living picking up veteran WR to fill the gaps over the years in hopes of finding dependable targets in the open field. KC has their stud RB in Larry Johnson and now Ginn can be the next piece of the puzzle to really give them a viable, dependable, and dangerous man for Trent Green to throw the ball to.

    Ginn has the whole package and is widely regarded as the best WR in the draft and to some the best overall player in the draft. He's got the protypical size and speed of todays NFL WR, he canstretch the field and make catches in traffic. There is some question about his size though, that may have some problems getting off the line, breaking away from the jam that todays CB's will give him in the NFL to disrupt his timing. His upside is huge and if he commits himself to film study and refining his techniques, he can be one of the next great WR's in the game.

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    With the 24th pick in the 2007 SA Mock Draft the New England Patriots select:

    Paul Posluszny LB Penn State

    HT: 6-1 WT: 238



    The Patsies LB corp is getting old. The signing of Adalius Thomas will give them several options from the outside. Posluszny will cement the middle for years to come.

    Posluszny has been one of the most productive linebackers in Penn State's history. He plays the game with a high motor and always gives 100% on every play. He has top notch leadership skills and was named a captain at Penn State as a junior.

    Very instinctive. Always knows where the ball is and gets to it. Excellent technique and wrap up and rarely misses tackles. Good sideline to sideline speed and plays faster than he times. Unrivaled character and leadership skills and named Penn State's captain as a junior, which is rarely done.
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    PICK #25 The Jets Pick: CB Darrelle Revis

    Height: 5-111/2 | Weight: 204 | 40-Time: 4.40

    The Jets do not have alot of depth at CB so they take Revis. Some feel Revis is the best CB in the draft


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    Has good size and a solid build with long arms...Smooth and an excellent natural athlete...Plays a physical brand of football...Extremely tough and aggressive...Has fluid hips...Does a nice job versus the run...Quick and is hard to tackle in the open field...Good hands and body control...Terrific tackler...Very instinctive...Plays with a nasty demeanor...Nice balance and agility...He's also an excellent punt returner.

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    With the 26 pick in the 2007 SA Mock Draft the Eagles select

    Brandon Meriweather-S/The U

    HT-5/10
    WT-195

    The Eagles have bigger needs at DE and WR. But at pick 26 the Eagles just can't pass on Meriweather. He finally gives the Eagles another quality safety to team with Brian Dawkins.

    Excels in this area. Can lock up tight ends man-to-man all over the field, and is surprisingly productive covering wide receivers man-to-man. Is so smooth and fluid, almost looks like a cornerback. When in center field, reads quarterbacks well and gets outside to help with deep coverage along the sideline. Is smart and instinctive. Doesn't get fooled by fakes or trick plays. Stays in the right spots, carrying out assignments.


    Is a natural ballhawk with the hands to make tough interceptions. Always seems to be in right spots to intercept tipped passes. Comes up quickly in run support. Breaks down to make open-field tackles. Lacks size, and can be dragged for extra yardage. Is not a violent hitter, and can be run over by big, aggressive ballcarriers.

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    With the 27th pick in the 2007 SA Mock Draft the New Orleans Saints select...

    Dwayne Bowe WR/LSU

    HT: 6-2 WT: 220

    New Orleans could use some help on defense and some help at gaurd. Even with the arival of Colston the Saints could still use help at receiver with the departure of Joe Horn.

    Dwayne Bowe may be the most prototypical reciever in the draft. He has the size, speed, and route running skills to excell imediately. He is big and strong with the ability to seperate. He is a real competitior who is willing to go over the middle and take a hit. He is also a great blocker...



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    New England Patriots select Michael Griffin S Texas

    HT 5'11
    WT 202

    reason: because they need help in the secondary, and harrison has become a china doll as of late, so i'm sure he'll get broken again, and when he does, griffin will be there to take over for good....they could go corner, since samuels is being a punk, but they can pick up a decent corner in the second

    Very smooth and athletic with great speed...Tough, physical, aggressive and a big hitter...Covers a lot of ground and has a burst to close...Exceptional in coverage and has fluid hips...Supports the run well...A playmaker with good leaping ability and ball skills...Motor is always running...Productive and has a lot of experience against top competition...Intangibles are top-notch...An outstanding kick blocker and special teamer who could carve out a career in the NFL on that ability alone.
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    Baltimore Ravens Select Joe Staley OT Central Michigan

    HT 6'5
    WT 306

    reason: staley is moving up fast on a lot of draft boards with his great workouts he's been having.........and he'd be perfect for an aging ravens Oline

    Is an amazing athlete for the position with feet that are second to none...Timed speed, agility and quickness are outstanding...Moves well in open space and can get to the second level...Shows the ability to change direction and adjust on the fly...Good intangibles with a motor that is always running...Smart player who picks things up quickly and has shown consistent improvement...Still has lots of upside.
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