Next yr's NFL Draft By GBN Alot of Off linemen available!

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Next yr's NFL Draft By GBN Alot of Off linemen available!

Postby thescout » Mon May 01, 2006 1:01 am

Looking at next yrs draft I thought I would post this from GBN who they predict will go in draft and the order. Notice alot of off linemen PLEASE Mckay draft some dang off linemen.The Falcon smurf off line cannot match up with the big athletic talented def linemen of the NFC at least in pass blocking. Alot can change in one yr but this seems like a very good off line draft and maybe since the falcon's nearly have the defense built will turn to the off line for once in 16 yrs?


Oakland (1)
Brady Quinn
QB
Notre Dame

2 Tennessee
*Sidney Rice WR
South Carolina
3 San Francisco (1)
*Calvin Johnson WR
Georgia Tech
4 New Orleans Joe Thomas
OT
Wisconsin

5 Green Bay *Adrian Peterson
RB
Oklahoma

6
Houston Justin Blalock
OT
Texas

7
New York Jets
*Marshawn Lynch
RB
California
8 St. Louis
*Ted Ginn
WR
Ohio State

9 Detroit *Jake Long OT
Michigan

10 Buffalo
*Levi Brown
OT
Penn State

11
Cleveland
*Frank Odam
DT
Texas

12
Arizona
*Antoine Cason
CB
Arizona

13 San Diego
Brandon Meriweather
FS
Miami

14 Washington (2)Ahmad Brooks
LB
Virginia

15 Baltimore Drew Stanton
QB
Michigan State

16 Cincinnati *Alan Branch
DT
Michigan

17 Kansas City *Sam Baker
OT
Southern California

18
Minnesota
Michael Bush
RB
Louisville

19 Miami
Patrick Willis
LB
Mississippi

20
Philadelphia
*Greg Olsen
TE
Miami

21
Tampa Bay *Lawrence Jackson
DE
Southern California

22 Chicago Josh Beekman
OG
Boston College

23 Dallas Jeff Samardzija
WR
Notre Dame

24
Jacksonville
*Darelle Revis
CB
Pittsburgh

25
New England
Paul Posluszny
LB
Penn State

26 Atlanta Aaron Sears
OT
Tennessee

27 New York Giants
Doug Free
OT
Northern Illinois

28 Seattle Gaines Adams
DE
Clemson

29
Denver
Kenny Irons
RB Auburn
30 Pittsburgh Daymeion Hughes
CB
California

31
Indianapolis
Rufus Alexander
LB
Oklahoma

32 Carolina Laron Landry
FS
LSU


(1) Oakland gets the #1 pick from San Francisco for the Raiders 1st round picks in 2007 (#3) and 2008.
(2) Washington claims Virginia LB Ahmad Brooks with a 1st round claim in the 2006 summer supplemental draft.
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Where does Schaub go next year?

Postby thescout » Mon May 01, 2006 1:03 am

Notice only Balitmore and Oakland draft 1st round QBs.Where does Schaub go next year,Minneosota?
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Postby dirtybirdnw » Mon May 01, 2006 3:20 am

Peterson screams bust too me for some reason.
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Re: Where does Schaub go next year?

Postby dirtybirdnw » Mon May 01, 2006 10:18 am

thescout wrote:Notice only Balitmore and Oakland draft 1st round QBs.Where does Schaub go next year,Minneosota?


Minny, Cleveland, Washington (Brunell doesn't have much in the tank), or Oakland.

It is possible that Schuab turns into the modern version of Chandler. Bounces from team to team and more or less keeps the starting spot warm for the rook (like the situation at Tennessee).
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Postby Pudge » Mon May 01, 2006 12:55 pm

Well considering they said this year was going to be a really strong OL class, and only 3 OL got drafted in Round 1, and 16 on Day 1, which compares to 4 in the 1st round last year and a total of 16 on Day 1, means this year's OL class turned out to be exactly the same in terms of perceived strength.

Next year, they are probably saying is going to be a strong WR class, and it probably will be compared to this years.

As for next year's potential draft, my early favorite to go 1-2-3 will be Quinn, Peterson, and a WR like Johnson or Jarrett.
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Postby Steve-O » Tue May 02, 2006 4:45 pm

I expect Calvin Johnson to go 1 or 2...

It's not everyday you see a kid that's 6'4 230, runs in the 4.4's and has great hands...he's gonna be a beast in the NFL...

next year is supposed to be a strong year for RB's too...but I don't usually get this far ahead in scouting..

a lot of things will change between now and then

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Postby Pudge » Tue May 02, 2006 8:11 pm

Just another reminder of why it's so difficult to predict a draft a year in advance, a good example of this is Jonathan Scott. Scott was considered a potential 1st round pick for most the past year until this past off-season, where many felt he would still be a first day pcik. But Scott wound up falling to Round 5, and now is going to play LG for the Lions.

As for Johnson, not doubting his skill, but everyone was saying the same about MIke WIlliams prior to his coming out, and he didn't quite have the speed that many experts felt he had in his early days at USC. Based on recent years drafts, if you run slower than 4.45 at the WR position, your stock drops like a rock.
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