Guest Aloysius Posted December 15, 2008 Report Share Posted December 15, 2008 Not a big fan of his mock, especially because he doesn't seem to think ILB is a need for us: 1. DETROIT LIONS: MATTHEW STAFFORD, QB, GEORGIA 2. ST. LOUIS RAMS: ANDRE SMITH, OT, ALABAMA 3. KANSAS CITY CHIEFS: AARON CURRY, OLB, WAKE FOREST 4. CINCINNATI BENGALS: CHRIS WELLS, RB, OHIO ST. 5. SEATTLE SEAHAWKS: MICHAEL CRABTREE, WR, TEXAS TECH 6. OAKLAND RAIDERS: EUGENE MONROE, OT, VIRGINIA 7. JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS: JASON SMITH, OT, BAYLOR 8. CLEVELAND BROWNS: MALCOLM JENKINS, CB, OHIO ST. After a breakout season in 2007 the Browns were expected to be contenders this year but instead they were arguably the most disappointing team in the league. The good news is they really aren't as bad as their record might otherwise suggest and they do still have a considerable amount of talent. In my opinion cornerback is far and away the Browns most glaring need and outside of Eric Wright they probably don't have another starting-caliber cover guy on the roster. Sorry Brandon McDonald. With that being the case Cleveland would have to be overjoyed to find Malcolm Jenkins still on the board here. Not only is Jenkins clearly the top cornerback in this draft and an excellent player but he is also a local prospect, having played his college ball just down the road in Columbus. Jenkins may not be the fastest corner out there but he has great size, a lot of experience, top-notch intangibles and he would be a perfect fit for the Browns. The other option for Cleveland here would probably be a pass rushing outside linebacker, although they are very high on Alex Hall as Willie McGinest's eventual successor. If they did want to go in that direction Brian Orakpo would make the most sense. A couple of other things to watch out for are if Sean Jones leaves as a free agent they could look to replace him with Taylor Mays and if Kellen Winslow's sent packing they may be in the market for a tight end. 9. SAN FRANCISCO 49'ERS: SAM BRADFORD, QB, OKLAHOMA 10. GREEN BAY PACKERS: BRIAN ORAKPO, DE, TEXAS 11. SAN DIEGO CHARGERS: REY MAUALUGA, ILB, USC 12. HOUSTON TEXANS: TAYLOR MAYS, S, USC 13. BUFFALO BILLS: JERMAINE GRESHAM, TE, OKLAHOMA 14. CHICAGO BEARS: JEREMY MACLIN, WR, MISSOURI 15. NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS: VONTAE DAVIS, CB, ILLINOIS 16. PHILADELPHIA EAGLES: MICHAEL OHER, OT, OLE MISS 17. WASHINGTON REDSKINS: MICHAEL JOHNSON, DE, GEORGIA TECH 18. NEW ORLEANS SAINTS: JAMES LAURINAITIS, ILB, OHIO ST. 19. MIAMI DOLPHINS: BRIAN CUSHING, OLB, USC 20. ATLANTA FALCONS: B.J. RAJI, DT, BOSTON COLLEGE 21. DENVER BRONCOS: WILLIAM MOORE, S, MISSOURI 22. NEW YORK JETS: TYSON JACKSON, DE, L.S.U. 23. ARIZONA CARDINALS: KNOWSHON MORENO, RB, GEORGIA 24. DETROIT LIONS (f/DAL): EVERETTE BROWN, DE, FLORIDA ST. 25. MINNESOTA VIKINGS: MAX UNGER, C, OREGON 26. TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS: DARRIUS HEYWARD-BEY, WR, MARYLAND 27. INDIANAPOLIS COLTS: PERIA JERRY, DT, OLE MISS 28. BALTIMORE RAVENS: ALPHONSO SMITH, CB, WAKE FOREST 29. PHILADELPHIA EAGLES (f/CAR): BRANDON PETTIGREW, TE, OKLA. ST. 30. PITTSBURGH STEELERS: DUKE ROBINSON, OG, OKLAHOMA 31. NEW YORK GIANTS: CLINT SINTIM, OLB, VIRGINIA 32. TENNESSEE TITANS: PERCY HARVIN, WR, FLORIDA Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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