Just looking at Scott Wright's board rankings at the top players in the draft and it looks like this is a 9 man draft and the falcon's draft 10th. Unless Brian Brohm enters the Falcon's might be out looking in trying to trade up to get a player other than safety that could help. It is very possible that Anderson and Adams are taken before one slides to 10th. I thought Jarvis Moss was in there league but wright thinks other wise. Now yes these players have to go through workouts and tests but look at the players. This isn't to say all is lost if the top 9 get taken but consider def end a pass rusher is a must for a top defense and anderson and adams seem to be the best.I doubt if a player liike alan branch drops but could there be 3 QBs if Brohm comes out in the top 10? Its possible someone will drop but as of right now would you want to just miss out on a corner like hall,def ends like anderson and gaines and settle for landry or nelson? Let me put it another way who would have more of an impact Hall,Adams,anderson or landry or nelson considering how difficult it is to find quality corners and def ends?
Scott Wright's Top 32 Prospects for the 2007 NFL Draft
Player Class Position School
1. Brady Quinn SR QB Notre Dame
A franchise signal caller who really has everything that you look for.
2. Calvin Johnson JR WR Georgia Tech
The best receiver prospect to come along in years and a physical freak.
3. Joe Thomas SR OT Wisconsin
Could have been a Top 10 - 15 overall pick last year if not for injury.
4. JaMarcus Russell JR QB L.S.U.
Total package physically and might have the strongest arm in football.
5. Adrian Peterson JR RB Oklahoma
Terrific physical specimen and a rare player but durability is a concern.
6. Alan Branch JR DT Michigan
Versatile and could play either tackle or end depending on the scheme.
7. Gaines Adams SR DE Clemson
Sack artist who could rise if he picks up where he left off as a junior.
8. Jamaal Anderson JR DE Arkansas
Doesn't get a lot of national attention but he is a premier pro prospect.
9. Leon Hall SR CB Michigan
Battle tested coverman who is not afraid to come up and be physical.
10. LaRon Landry SR S L.S.U.
Ballhawk who has been extremely productive throughout his career.
11. Quentin Moses SR DE Georgia
Athletic and speedy edge pass rusher who could go very high in April.
12. Paul Posluszny SR OLB Penn St.
One of the best ever from "Linebacker U" which is saying something.
13. Marcus McCauley SR CB Fresno St.
Has everything you look for in a top corner including great size/speed.
14. Amobi Okoye SR DT Louisville
Very talented and unique prospect who will be a 20-year-old rookie.
15. Dwayne Jarrett JR WR USC
Forget the speed and Mike Williams comparisons, this guy is a player.
16. Levi Brown SR OT Penn St.
Former defensive tackle who moves well despite his mammoth size.
17. Patrick Willis SR ILB Ole Miss
Productive and a big hitter who flies under the radar a bit in the SEC.
18. Reggie Nelson JR S Florida
A playmaker with a knack for being in the right place at the right time.
19. Jeff Samardzija SR WR Notre Dame
Athletic with top size, hands, body control and a nose for the endzone.
20. Michael Griffin SR S Texas
The next great Longhorn defensive back who's always around the ball.
21. Lawrence Timmons JR OLB Florida St.
Very raw and inexperienced but a great athlete with major potential.
22. Justin Blalock SR OG Texas
A road grader who could play either tackle or guard at the pro level.
23. Marshawn Lynch JR RB California
Outstanding big play threat with an excellent blend of size and speed.
24. Sidney Rice SO WR South Carolina
Has just about everything that you look for physically but is still raw.
25. Darrelle Revis JR CB Pittsburgh
A very fast, athletic, physical aggressive cover guy and return man.
26. Charles Johnson JR DE Georgia
Very productive and outperformed his teammate Quentin Moses in '06.
27. Quinn Pitcock SR DT Ohio St.
The Buckeye's next top draft pick who can play both the run and pass.
28 Dwayne Bowe SR WR L.S.U.
A big and physical wideout who will remind some of Michael Clayton.
29. Zach Miller JR TE Arizona St.
Highly productive receiving threat although he's not quite Todd Heap.
30. Arron Sears SR OT Tennessee
A extremely versatile offensive lineman who is still a little underrated.
31. DeMarcus Tyler SR DT North Carolina St.
Saw his stock rise as much as anyone throughout his senior season.
32. Greg Olsen JR TE Miami (FL)
A bit one-dimensional but he can be a playmaker in the passing game
Sometimes running the Mularkey offense makes me feel like I'm in a prison.