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hagan714 04-21-2006 12:14 AM

espn moc draft note
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Mario Williams, DE, N.C. State

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Nick Mangold | OC | Ohio State

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Babatunde Oshinowo | DT | Stanford
Has excellent size and a wide frame...Is obviously very smart with good field intelligence...Stout and will hold his ground...Is a good athlete who moves well for a man of his dimensions...Very strong and can get a push up the middle...Will take on multiple blockers...Gets a little bit of penetration and shows some pass rush potential...Good character with top intangibles...Durable with a lot of experience.

Does not always play as big as he is...Might lack toughness and a nasty demeanor...Will never be a dynamic pass rusher...Is basically a straight-line guy who will not make plays laterally...Needs to be more consistent with his technique and play with better leverage...Probably oes not have a whole lot of upside.

Name pronounced ba-ba-TOON-day OH-shi-no-who...A two-gapper who could fit in well as a nose tackle...Could get drafted earlier than one might expect due to his size and ability to play a position that is so critical to the popular 3-4 defense.

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Owen Daniels | TE | Wisconsin
Can be a top weapon in the passing game...Has soft and reliable hands...Runs good routes...Smart player who knows how to get open...Tough and will work over the middle...Adjusts to poorly thrown balls well...A decent natural athlete...A weapon in the red zone...Was relatively productive throughout his career.

Durability is a concern and has a history of knee injuries...Lacks ideal size...Is not a great blocker and wasn't used in that capacity...Needs to get stronger...Does not have elite timed speed...Might have to be in the right scheme to succeed.

Is more of an H-Back than a true tight end and somewhat of a wide receiver trapped in a tight ends body...Has torn the ACL in his left knee twice, once in high school and then again in 2002...Could be a very poor man's Chris Cooley as a pro.

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Jeromey Clary | OT | Kansas State
Experienced and a three-year starter...Has good size with long arms and the frame to bulk up further...Solid athlete with good speed and range...Technically sound and knows the intricacies of the position...Smart with terrific intangibles.

Needs to put on some weight...Lacks a killer instinct and fiery demeanor on the field...Does not play up to his weight room strength...Struggles with edge speed rushers...Might have to change positions...Is not terribly explosive at the point.

Could potentially move inside to guard at the next level...Played right tackle for the Wildcats...Helped lead the way for Darren Sproles and some prolific running games...Should provide lots of value as a backup in the pros due to his versatility

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Marcus Vick | QB | Virginia Tech

Not to trilled with it but hey it is espn the insider. But with us taking vic at all proves it to be a bit silly. the kid is a skilled cancer.
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