2005 Draft Two-round Projection

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    First round
    1 San Francisco *Aaron Rodgers QB California
    2 Miami *Matt Leinart QB Southern California
    3 Cleveland Braylon Edwards WR Michigan
    4 Arizona Cedric Benson RB Texas
    5 Tennessee Derrick Johnson LB Texas
    6 Washington *Mathias Kiwanuka DE Boston College
    7 Oakland *Mike Williams WR Southern California
    8 Tampa Bay Carnell Williams RB Auburn
    9 Chicago Mark Clayton WR Oklahoma
    10 New Orleans *Rodrique Wright DT Texas
    11 Houston Alex Barron OT Florida State
    12 Detroit Antrel Rolle CB Miami
    13 Dallas Marlin Jackson CB Michigan
    14 San Diego (from NY Giants) Erasmus James DE Wisconsin
    15 Kansas City Marcus Spears DE LSU
    16 St. Louis *Thomas Davis FS Georgia
    17 Carolina Ronnie Brown RB Auburn
    18 Cincinnati Travis Johnson DT Florida State
    19 Seattle Elton Brown OG Virginia
    20 Minnesota Shaun Cody DT Southern California
    21 Dallas (from Buffalo)Minnesota Matt Roth DE Iowa
    22 Jacksonville David Pollack DE Georgia
    23 Denver *Heath Miller TE Virginia
    24 Green Bay Charlie Frye QB Akron
    25 Baltimore Jammal Brown OT Oklahoma
    26 New York Jets Carlos Rogers CB Auburn
    27 Atlanta Wesley Britt OT Alabama
    28 San Diego *Andrew Whitworth OT LSU
    29 Indianapolis *DeAngelo Williams RB Memphis
    30 New England Michael Munoz OT Tennessee
    31 Philadelphia Anttaj Hawthorne DT Wisconsin
    32 Pittsburgh *Adam Jones CB West Virginia

    Second round
    33 Philadelphia (from Miami) Kevin Burnett LB Tennessee
    34 San Francisco Dan Cody DE Oklahoma
    35 Cleveland *Marcus McNeill OT Auburn
    36 Tennessee Andrew Walter QB Arizona State
    37 New Orleans (from Washington) Corey Webster CB LSU
    38 Oakland *Ciatrick Fason RB Florida
    39 Arizona *Will Blackmon CB Boston College
    40 Chicago Alex Smith TE Stanford
    41 Green Bay (from New Orleans) Donte Nicholson SS Oklahoma
    42 Houston *Orien Harris DT Miami
    43 Detroit David Baas OG Michigan
    44 Dallas Troy Williamson WR South Carolina
    45 New York Giants Roddy White WR Alabama-Birmingham
    46 Kansas City *Jimmy Williams CB Virginia Tech
    47 Tampa Bay Vincent Jackson WR Northern Colorado
    48 Carolina *Max Jean-Gilles OT Georgia
    49 Cincinnati Adam Terry OT Syracuse
    50 St. Louis Marcus Johnson OG Mississippi
    51 Minnesota *Odell Thurman LB Georgia
    52 Buffalo C.J. Brooks OG Maryland
    53 Jacksonville *Winston Justice OT Southern California
    54 Seattle Kirk Morrison LB San Diego State
    55 Green Bay Chris Canty DE Virginia
    56 Baltimore J.R. Russell WR Louisville
    57 Denver Mike Patterson DT Southern California
    58 New York Jets Taylor Stubblefield WR Purdue
    59 San Diego *Chris Henry WR West Virginia
    60 Indianapolis Antonio Perkins CB Oklahoma
    61 Atlanta Terrance Murphy WR Texas A&M
    62 New England Barrett Ruud LB Nebraska
    63 Philadelphia *Frank Gore RB Miami
    64 Pittsburgh Michael Boley LB Southern Mississippi
  2. Rack Bauer

    Rack Bauer Federal Agent

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    I wouldn't mind getting Troy Williamson. Don't know if we'd have to take him in the 2nd though. The kid it big and fast.
  3. The30YardSlant

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    I love the Jackson pick, Im begging to think he'll be the best DB in that comes from this class. But I dont like the Matt Roth pick, if Hawthorne is there at that pick we have to take him.
  4. Bobo

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    Anyone know Roth's production this year or seen him much?

    The WR from South Carolina is averaging almost 20 ypc :eek: I've read he has 4.3 speed.
  5. Verdict

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    The Sooners are expected to have four to six first rounders in the draft. (Kiper) This Mock has OU with 2. Dan Cody in the 2nd round? I just dont see him dropping that far. Id take Dan Cody, Antonio Perkins, D. Nicholson and Lance Mitchell in round two in a heartbeat. That would be outstanding value. Too bad we dont have a couple of 2's as that is where the real value is.

    I'm really curious to see where Dusty Dvorcek goes. He has top 15 talent, but had off the field issues. Plus he is from Texas if memory serves me.
  6. zagnut

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    This looks to be a pretty dissappointing draft day. Matt Roth is a nice college player but he doesn't really change the face of our defense. Just solid. I'd prefer Cody or a half dozen other guys.
  7. AJM1613

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    Why would Carolina need another runningback?

    Gore won't declare.
  8. Bizwah

    Bizwah Well-Known Member

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    I've seen Roth play three or four times........I've seen Mathias Kiwanuka play twice.

    I must admit that I've been more impressed with Roth. It seems that he was in the backfield constantly. I know people will harp on his supposed lack of athletic ability......but he was an all-state wrestler in Iowa (where wrestling is HUGE). He showed really good burst I thought. In the game vs Michigan, he was creating havoc quite often.

    In the two games I've seen BC play, Kiwi has been invisible. The announcers spoke highly of him, but I never really saw him make plays. Now, maybe the talent on the BC defense had something to do with it. I don't know. Right now, his measurables are impressive. But I think he's more flash than substance. If he can get the athletic ability to translate to the football field, then he'll be a terror.

    I really want to see him in a bowl game.

    I would definitely like to see Roth on our team. I wouldn't be upset if we drafted him.
  9. ghst187

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    Dvoracek got granted another year of NCAA eligibility so he'll probably be back at OU to wreck havoc next year. His off-field issue was that he beat up a guy so badly that it put him in the hospital for a long time. It wasn't drugs or anything else that I know of, just a bad temper and maybe some "performance enhancers." (I'm just guessing about that part)
  10. Banned_n_austin

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    This year should be a good draft.
  11. starfrombirth

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    This would be a horrible draft...it in No way fixes our Dline problems and that is our MAJOR problem. :jints:
  12. Oh_Canada

    Oh_Canada Well-Known Member

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    It is a horrible draft....I would have taken Spears and Hawthorne (although not entirely convinced about him) in round one and Micheal Boley in round two.

    Ideally, I would want Ahmad Brooks instead of Spears with my first pick, and rather take another lineman in round two (Gabe Watson--330lbs beast) to play nose in the 3-4 which I would implore, but that might be asking a bit much.

    Sign Jerry Porter, Hartwell and Dyson in the offseason with that type of draft and you have a winner in 2005...provided BP finds a QB not named Vinny of course.
  13. JoshBYW

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    Jackson I like. But taking Matt Roth over Pollack or Hawthorne? Pollack reminds me a lot of Freeney and Hawthorne, while I don't think he's worth a top 15 pick, is a good pick from then on out.

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