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Austin at Kansas State (SAT, AUG 30 7:10 PM ET) • • • Fresno State at USC (SAT, AUG 30 7:30 PM ET) • • • Southern Miss at Mississippi State (SAT, AUG 30 7:30 PM ET) • • • Florida State at Oklahoma State (SAT, AUG 30 8:00 PM ET) • • • NC Central at East Carolina (SAT, AUG 30 8:00 PM ET) • • • North Texas at Texas (SAT, AUG 30 8:00 PM ET) • • • UTEP at New Mexico (SAT, AUG 30 8:00 PM ET) • • • Wisconsin at LSU (SAT, AUG 30 9:00 PM ET) • • • South Dakota at Oregon (SAT, AUG 30 10:30 PM ET) • • • Washington at Hawaii (SAT, AUG 30 10:30 PM ET) • • • Utah State at Tennessee (SUN, AUG 31 7:00 PM ET) • • • SMU at Baylor (SUN, AUG 31 7:30 PM ET) • • • Miami (FL) at Louisville (MON, SEP 1 8:00 PM ET) • • • • • •

cmaier Four Round 2009 Mock Draft - Final

04-22-2009

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Round 1

PickTeamPosPlayerSchool
1Detroit LionsQBMatthew Stafford #Georgia
 All indications are the Lions are going to draft Stafford and it is the smart pick. They can get offensive and defensive line help later but they won't get a franchise quarterback later.
2St. Louis RamsOTJason SmithBaylor
 The word is the Rams are torn between Jason Smith and Eugene Monroe and the team can't go wrong with either guy. Both players would fill the team's need at left tackle.
3Kansas City ChiefsDTBJ RajiBoston College
 While Aaron Curry is listed in 95%+ of mocks it is hard to imagine Scott Pioli investing this kind of $$$ in a 3-4 inside linebacker. The team has given out few if any indications as to their plans. A trade down is very likely if someone actually wants to move up (and they will trade down at a discounted rate). If they stay at #3 the decision is between Eugene Monroe, Brian Orakpo and BJ Raji. Based on past history in New England, Pioli knows the best 3-4 defenses are built around the D-line and Raji is by far the best nose tackle in the draft. They are rumored to love Tyson Jackson but will only take him if they trade down.
4Seattle SeahawksOLBAaron CurryWake Forest
 The Seahawks are rumored to be interested in Mark Sanchez but picking Sanchez would be waving the rebuilding flag which means it is a likely smokescreen. Taking Sanchez out of the mix it comes down to Curry or Eugene Monroe. Curry is the only player on the board who could get the Seahawks to not take one of the top 2 tackles.
5Cleveland BrownsWRMichael Crabtree #Texas Tech
 With the Browns having traded Kellen Winslow and likely to trade Braylon Edwards they need to add a playmaker on offense and Crabtree is the best one in the draft. He is not fast but has the polish you look for in a top wideout.
6Cincinnati BengalsOTEugene MonroeVirginia
 If Monroe or Jason Smith is on the board they are the pick is easy as both are top talents at the team's highest need position. The pick gets interesting if those two are gone. While Andre Smith would probably get the nod, the Bengals are rumored to be interested in Brian Orakpo. Don't forget they were extremely interested in Derrick Harvey last year after signing Antwan Odom.
7Oakland RaidersWRJeremy Maclin #Missouri
 Andre Smith is considered but Al Davis loves speed receivers. The only question is whether it will be Maclin or Darrius Heyward-Bey. Maclin's return skills bring back memories of Tim Brown.
8Jacksonville JaguarsOTAndre Smith #Alabama
 The Jaguars need a good young tackle and Andre Smith is worth the risk at #8. He may or may not be able to play left tackle but at a minimum he should be a solid right tackle.
9Green Bay PackersDETyson JacksonLSU
 With Aaron Kampman slated to play the pass rushing OLB role the number one concern in switching to the 3-4 is improving the talent in the trenches and Jackson is the best 3-4 DE in the draft. Michael Oher or Andre Smith would both get consideration if they are available due to the team's tackle need.
10San Francisco 49ersQBMark Sanchez #USC
 I don't think the 49ers select Sanchez but they will if he falls to them at #10. Look for someone to trade up with Cincinnati, Oakland or Jacksonville at #6-8 to get the highly discussed QB. Denver, NY Jets and Washington are the team's most likely to trade up. A 1st plus a 2nd and a 2010 3rd may be all it takes to move up. (The Jets would have to pay more since they pick later in round 1)
11Buffalo BillsOTMichael OherOle Miss
 Trading disgruntled LT Jason Peters has created a black hole on the offensive line and the Bills would be thrilled if one of the top 4 offensive tackles are still on the board here. If they are gone don't be surprised if Brandon Pettigrew is the pick. They will have a better shot at a DE at #28 than they will have at an OT.
12Denver BroncosDEBrian OrakpoTexas
 Orakpo is considered to be a top 10 talent and the Broncos would be thrilled if he slid to them at #12. If they don't trade up for Sanchez expect the Broncos to take the best defensive player on the board.
13Washington RedskinsDEEverette Brown #Florida State
 If one of the top 4 offensive tackles are off the board look for the Redskins to go for a pass rushing defensive end. Brown is undersized but knows how to get to the quarterback. SLB Brian Cushing also gets consideration.
14New Orleans SaintsCBMalcolm JenkinsOhio State
 Look for the Saints to have a tough decision here between CB/S Malcolm Jenkins and LB Brian Cushing. Without another pick until round 4, getting an impact defender in round 1 is a must for this struggling defense.
15Houston Texans34LB/OLBBrian CushingUSC
 Cushing would fill the team's need for a strong side linebacker. If he is off the board look for them to consider the top secondary player on the board or running back Beanie Wells.
16San Diego ChargersILBRey MaualugaUSC
 Knowshon Moreno gets serious consideration with his LT-like skills but finding a right tackle or taking the best defensive player available is more likely. The inside linebackers for the Chargers are nothing special and Maualuga would be able to make an immediate impact.
PickTeamPosPlayerSchool
17New York JetsRBChris Beanie Wells #Ohio State
 Most mocks have the Jets taking a wide receiver but if Wells is on the board he is likely the pick in an effort to take the pressure off of the team's young quarterbacks. If they go receiver it is likely going to be Heyward-Bey. QB Josh Freeman is a possibility but is not the type of QB who is ready to play right away.
18Denver BroncosRBKnowshon Moreno #Georgia
 If the Broncos don't trade up to get Sanchez they would likely take either Moreno or Wells with one of their first round picks to take pressure off the quarterback. Moreno's skills fit nicely with McDaniels' Patriots style offense.
19Tampa Bay BuccaneersDTPeria JerryOle Miss
 Michael Johnson and other defensive ends are getting a lot of attention here as is QB Josh Freeman. That said, Peria Jerry would fill a DT need that will be much harder to fill in round 3.
20Detroit LionsOTWill BeattyConnecticut
 After taking Stafford at #1 the key to his success will likely be how well Detroit is able to protect him. While Beatty is a bit of a reach at #20, he is the best LT on the board very much like Sam Baker was for Atlanta last year.
21Philadelphia EaglesRBDonald Brown #Connecticut
 With their tackle need filled the Eagles will look to add a skill position guy on offense at RB, WR or TE. Pettigrew is tempting but Donald Brown is the last of the elite running backs available and finding a running mate to pair with Westbrook is a priority with him turning 30 this year. Like Moreno, Brown's skills as a runner and receiver are a good fit for the Eagles offense.
22Minnesota VikingsOTEben Britton #Arizona
 Despite several top receivers and corners on the board, the Vikings are very likely to draft Britton to upgrade the right side of its offensive line if he is available.
23New England PatriotsWRPercy Harvin #Florida
 The Patriots could go in numerous directions with this pick and the thought of adding the versatile Harvin to their offensive is a scary option. Kenny Britt is an option if they prefer a more polished receiver who can play outside. A 3-4 rush linebacker is also a possibility.
24Atlanta FalconsTEBrandon PettigrewOklahoma State
 If Pettigrew is available he will be hard to pass up. His blocking/receiving combination would be an excellent fit for their offense. If he is off the board the Falcons will consider DT, DE or SLB to beef up its defensive front seven.
25Miami DolphinsCBVontae Davis #Illinois
 The Dolphins will reluctantly consider wide receivers but considering how much Parcells despises first round wideouts, a cornerback is more likely in round one.
26Baltimore RavensWRDarrius Heyward-Bey #Maryland
 Finding a wide receiver with deep speed to pair with strong armed QB Joe Flacco is a top need for Baltimore and Heyward-Bey would be an ideal fit. If he is gone they consider Britt, Nicks or a cornerback.
27Indianapolis ColtsDTEvander HoodMissouri
 This pick is a little bit of a reach but Hood is an ideal fit for the Colts Tampa 2 defense and would be a major upgrade to the interior of their defense. Don't be surprised if they consider WR Kenny Britt as well.
28Buffalo BillsDE/34LBAaron Maybin #Penn State
 Maybin's stock has been all over the board this off-season. He is undersized but is a tremendous pass rusher. While he may be limited to being a designated pass rusher early in his career he would be hard to pass on here. If he is gone Larry English or Robert Ayers are fall back options.
29New York GiantsWRKenny Britt #Rutgers
 If the Giants are not able to finalize their trade for Braylon Edwards they will likely select Kenny Britt or Hakeem Nicks here. If they don't go wide receiver here MLB James Laurinaitis is a possibility.
30Tennessee TitansDERobert AyersTennessee
 Wide receiver is considered the top need but Jeff Fisher has proven he prefers to build his team's in the trenches and adding talent to his defensive line is very likely in round 1. Ayers all-around defensive end skills make him an excellent fit for the Titan defense. A cornerback such as Sean Smith or Alphonso Smith is also a possibility.
31Arizona CardinalsCAlex MackCalifornia
 If the top 3 running backs are off the board look for the Cardinals to upgrade its porous offensive line with the top center in the draft. A 3-4 OLB is also a possibility.
32Pittsburgh SteelersCBSean Smith #Utah
 Offensive line is a possibility but if the top tackles are off the board the decision will come down to drafting a center or a cornerback. Sean Smith is an intriquing talent who gives their defense another physical presence in its secondary.

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