Ko Simpson to the Boys. I believe someone on this board was touting this guy earlier. http://www.footballsfuture.com/2006/mock2006.html First Round Mock Draft By: Robert Davis | Updated: 1/12/2006 Houston Texans Reggie Bush, RB, USC, Jr. The best player in the draft no matter who declares. New Orleans Saints Matt Leinart, QB, USC They need a leader. If they wanted an erratic passer, they would keep Aaron Brooks. Tennessee Titans Vince Young, QB, Texas, Jr. His potential is through the roof, and would benefit from continuing to learn from Steve McNair. New York Jets D'Brickashaw Ferguson, OT, Virginia Hoping Young falls, but get the stud tackle. Green Bay Packers A.J. Hawk, LB, Ohio St. Rumors are they love LenDale White, but he's not going this high. Hawk could be a true leader on defense, something the team needs. Oakland Raiders Mario Williams, DE, North Carolina St. Jr. The most upside of any defensive player in the draft. San Francisco 49ers Haloti Ngata, DT, Oregon, Jr. They need a true nose in the middle of the line. Buffalo Bills Eric Winston, OT, Miami Mike Williams has been a disappointment, so they go back with another Top 10 tackle. Detroit Lions Mathias Kiwanuka, DE, Boston College They finally go for defense. Arizona Cardinals Jimmy Williams, DB, Virginia Tech Drafted to play FS, the Cards are building quite the defense. St. Louis Rams Vernon Davis, TE, Maryland, Jr. His speed could be deadly for the Rams. Cleveland Browns Jonathan Scott, OT, Texas They finally get their left tackle. Baltimore Ravens Michael Huff, DB, Texas His ability to play corner and safety would be a godsend to the Raven secondary. Philadelphia Eagles Marcus McNeill, OT, Auburn They have to keep McNabb healthy. Atlanta Falcons Darnell Bing, S, USC, Jr. After the combine, Bing will rise up the charts. His ability to lay the wood would be a big plus for the Falcons. Miami Dolphins Jay Cutler, QB, Vanderbilt Too early, but the Dolphins reach. Minnesota Vikings DeAngelo Williams, RB, Memphis Mewelde Moore is not an everydown back. Dallas Cowboys Ko Simpson, S, South Carolina, So. His ballhawking ability would be an ideal fit next to Roy Williams. San Diego Chargers Chad Greenway, LB, Iowa Could play anywhere in the linebacking corp. Kansas City Chiefs Claude Wroten, DT, LSU They have to address their interior DL. New England Patriots LenDale White, RB, USC, Jr. Dillon is only getting older, and White could be the workhorse Belichick wants in his backfield. Denver Broncos (Was) Brodrick Bunkley, DT, Florida St. Even after bringing in the Browns front, they still need help. Tampa Bay Bucs Winston Justice, OT, USC, Jr. Justice may not provide the immediate impact they want, but with DC Monte Kiffins son being the OC at USC, they know all about Winston's talent. Carolina Panthers Martin Nance, WR, Miami(OH) The big red zone target they have lacked since Muhsin left. Chicago Bears Marcedes Lewis, TE, UCLA The top TE in the draft on my board falls all the way to the Bears, who could not be happier. Cincinnati Bengals Jesse Mahelona, DT, Tennessee The Bengals have a high octane offense, but need to add some talent to the defensive side of the ball. Pittsburgh Steelers DeMeco Ryans, LB, Alabama They make a move for LenDale White because he is tailor made for their offense, but Ryans can help them all over at linebacker. New York Giants Rodrique Wright, DT, Texas They need some beef on the DLine. Jacksonville Jaguars Tye Hill, CB, Clemson If still on the board, the Jags will run the pick up ASAP. Denver Broncos Santonio Holmes, WR, Ohio St. Jr. Rod Smith won't be around forever, and Holmes can be the playmaker they hoped Watts would be. Seattle Seahawks Tamba Hali, DE, Penn St. Should go higher on draft day. Indianapolis Colts Laurence Maroney, RB, Minnesota James may be too expensive for the Colts to keep him around, and Maroney would be a very good replacement.