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this is a discussion within the Saints Community Forum; MOCK DRAFT: ROUND 2 PICK TEAM PLAYER POS SCHOOL 1 (33) Cardinals Igor Olshansky* DT Oregon The Cardinals need help everywhere on defense, and Olshansky would provide an inside pass-rush presence. 2 (34) Giants Jacob Rogers T USC Rogers' stock ...

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Old 04-15-2004, 11:58 PM   #1
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Vilma in the 2nd Round?

MOCK DRAFT: ROUND 2
PICK TEAM PLAYER POS SCHOOL
1 (33) Cardinals Igor Olshansky* DT Oregon
The Cardinals need help everywhere on defense, and Olshansky would provide an inside pass-rush presence.
2 (34) Giants Jacob Rogers T USC
Rogers' stock is rising; he has the all-around tools to develop into a solid left tackle.
3 (35) Chargers Lee Evans WR Wis.
Evans' speed and playmaking ability would make him a perfect candidate in San Diego.
4 (36) Lions Chris Perry RB Michigan
The Lions, who released James Stewart and lack a starting-caliber RB, figure to sign a free-agent back and draft a prospect. Perry is big and runs with power and speed.
5 (37) Browns Nat Dorsey* T Georgia Tech
Opinions are mixed on Dorsey because of inconsistent play in college. His size and athleticism have kept him in the mix as a top-five OT in this class.
6 (38) Falcons Darnell Dockett DT Florida St.
With the conversion to a 4-3 defense, the Falcons must add a versatile lineman like Dockett, a one-gap penetrator.
7 (39) Jaguars Will Poole CB USC
Poole has good size and exceptional ball skills, but his speed has come into question after a poor March workout. As one of this class' most physical CBs, he also doesn't back away from mixing it up against the run.
8 (40) Texans Ricardo Colclough CB Tusculum
He is a raw Division II prospect but shows great athleticism and pure coverage skills.
9 (41) Broncos Ben Troupe TE Florida
(from Washington) Winslow is the better blocker, but Troupe isn't far behind Winslow as a receiver.
10 (42) Titans Dwan Edwards DT Oregon St.
(from NY Jets) The Titans must replace defectors Robaire Smith and Jevon Kearse. Edwards never stops hustling and plays with good leverage.
11 (43) Bills Ben Watson TE Georgia
Watson isn't nearly as polished or as explosive as Winslow or Troupe but is the fastest TE.
12 (44) Steelers Jake Grove C Va. Tech
Grove would bring his toughness to the interior line.
13 (45) Raiders Michael Boulware OLB Florida St.
(from Tampa Bay) Boulware must get bigger and stronger to play OLB, unless the Raiders move him to S. Either way, he'll upgrade the defense's speed and athleticism.
14 (46) 49ers Devery Henderson WR LSU
The 49ers are in desperate need of WRs. Henderson would be the best available at this point.
15 (47) Bears Teddy Lehman OLB Oklahoma
Lehman has the potential to be an NFL starter, and he could take Warrick Holdman's spot.
16 (48) Saints Jonathan Vilma ILB Miami (FL)
Vilma lacks great size but could develop into a dominant NFL defender.

17 (49) Bengals Derrick Strait CB Oklahoma
Strait has the size, speed, strength, toughness and quickness to become a terrific NFL starter.
18 (50) Vikings Dontarrious Thomas ILB Auburn
Thomas has outstanding straight-line speed and can play inside or outside.
19 (51) Ravens Keary Colbert WR USC
Colbert, a polished WR who ran faster than expected at his pre-draft workout, is moving up the board.
20 (52) Cowboys Matt Ware* CB UCLA
Ware is rapidly climbing up draft boards and would be a good fit in Dallas. He can play CB or safety, and the Cowboys need depth at both spots.
21 (53) Seahawks Daryl Smith ILB Georgia Tech
Smith has the athleticism and speed to make an impact as a rookie.
22 (54) Broncos Donnell Washington* DT Clemson
Washington is a boom-or-bust prospect, but he has rare physical skills.
23 (55) Packers Marquise Hill* DE LSU
Hill is intriguing because of his great upside. Some coaches might want to move him to DT, but his best fit is at DE.
24 (56) Patriots Joey Thomas CB Montana St.
(from Miami) Thomas is a small-school guy with great height, weight and speed. The Patriots like his upside.
25 (57) Titans Darrion Scott DE Ohio St.
Scott is big and strong and can play on either side.
26 (58) Eagles Greg Jones RB Florida St.
Jones is a big powerful first- and second-down back who would complement scatback Brian Westbrook.
27 (59) Colts Isaac Sopoaga DT Hawaii
Sopoaga is a big DT with excellent lower-body strength who could develop into an elite run stuffer.
28 (60) Saints Tank Johnson DT Wash.
(from St. Louis) Johnson is making a push up draft boards because of his size and athleticism.
29 (61) Chiefs Isaac Hilton DE Hampton
The Chiefs need a pass-rushing DE, and Hilton would be the best available at this point.
30 (62) Panthers Stuart Schweigert S Purdue
Schweigert is big, athletic, physical and intelligent with great range.
31 (63) Patriots Sean Jones* S Georgia
Jones is a big, physical safety who is versatile enough to play in coach Bill Belichick's complex system.
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Old 04-16-2004, 05:32 AM   #2
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Vilma in the 2nd Round?

Yeah, Vilma in the second if the NFL mis numbered the rounds and just decide that what the heck no first round lets go right to the second.
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Old 04-16-2004, 12:09 PM   #3
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Well, at least this one doesn\'t have us taking Daryl Smith over him. haha...
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Old 04-16-2004, 01:56 PM   #4
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i don\'t think he\'ll last that long... honestly, i hope we can snag him at 18, then turnaround and get strait with 2a and lehman at 2b
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Old 04-16-2004, 03:00 PM   #5
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Vilma in the 2nd Round?

I doubt Strait will fall past the Colts.

Anyway, Vilma isn\'t getting out of the top 20 now. The Eagles supposedly are trading up with the Niners (in hopes to trade up even farther to get Hall), but if they don\'t trade up any farther...they will be looking for a LB. And there are the Broncos at 17 now, along with the Bucs at 15...all looking at LB\'s. If we really want Vilma now, we probably gotta trade up to 14 or 15.
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Old 04-16-2004, 03:32 PM   #6
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tHIS IS A GOOD DRAFT YEAR
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Old 04-16-2004, 04:24 PM   #7
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Vilma in the 2nd Round?

Where did this craziness come from? There are several players there that might not make it out of the 1st round.
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