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2005 NFL Mock Draft
By: Robert Davis | Updated: 4/20/2005
First Round | Second Round
- San Francisco Marlin Jackson, CB, Michigan
--With Rumph a possibility at free safety, they take the physical corner from Michigan.
- Cleveland Darryl Blackstock, OLB, Virginia
--Crennell needs to upgrade the defense, and the sackmaster from Virginia is familiar with the 3-4 defense.
- Philadelphia (from Miami) Kevin Burnett, OLB, Tennessee
--His athleticism and cover ability would be a nice fit in Philly.
- Tampa Bay Jonathan Babineaux, DT, Iowa
--His penetration ability would be a welcomed addition to that DLine. This pick may be traded for a RB, perhaps T. Henry or Edge James.
- Tennessee Reggie Brown, WR, Georgia
--After passing over WR in the first, they have to get one here. The reliable Brown would fit nicely with Calico and Bennett.
- Oakland Channing Crowder, ILB, Florida
--The Raiders take the chance on greatness in a D lacking in playmakers.
- Chicago Odell Thurman, LB, Georgia
--They need some more help at the spot, and Thurman brings a lot of versatility to the LB unit.
- New Orleans (from Washington) Luis Castillo, DT, Northwestern
--Under consideration in the first, he slides a little because of his steroid test.
- Detroit Justin Tuck, DE, Notre Dame
--Tuck may go higher come draft day, but the Lions would be ecstatic if he's still available.
- Dallas Jerome Mathis, WR, Hampton
--Brings much needed speed to the offense.
- New York Giants C.J. Moseley, DT, Missouri
--The Giants need a lot of help inside, and Moseley is the top DT left on the board.
- Arizona Darrent Williams, CB, Oklahoma St.
--Speedy corner fills a huge need in the secondary.
- Carolina Brodney Pool, FS, Oklahoma
--Brings whats been missing since Deon Grant left.
- Kansas City Bryant McFadden, CB, Florida St.
--This pick may be headed to Miami for Patrick Surtain, but if its not, a corner has to be taken.
- Oakland(Houston) Stanley Wilson, CB, Stanford
--They take the speedy corner from the Bay area to replace the recently traded Philip Buchanon.
- Cincinnati David Baas, C, Michigan
--May be the top C on some teams boards. Brings versatility to play guard and center.
- Minnesota Mike Nugent, K, Ohio St.
--Their biggest need left, and Nugent may be well worth the pick.
- St. Louis Dan Cody, DE, Oklahoma
--Pass rushers slide ends, and brings much needed talent up front.
- Green Bay (from New Orleans) Charlie Frye, QB, Akron
--They seriously consider taking him in the first, but are very happy he falls here. He may end up going higher on draft day.
- Jacksonville Matt Roth, DE, Iowa
--A guy on their board in the first, he falls here because of questions about his all around ability. Great pass rusher, not much else.
- Baltimore Corey Webster, CB, LSU
--A first rounder after his junior year, he slides because of a down year hampered by injury.
- Seattle Matt McCoy, OLB, San Diego St.
--Brings a lot of intensity and speed to the outside linebacker spot.
- Buffalo Adam Terry, OT, Syracuse
--A no brainer at this point.
- Denver Fred Gibson, WR, Georgia
--They get much needed WR with size and speed.
- New York Jets Eric Green, CB, Virginia Tech
--With Donnie Abraham contemplating retirement, this may be a need pick.
- Green Bay Josh Bullocks, FS, Nebraska
--With Sharper moving on, they need someone to replace him at the free safety spot.
- Atlanta Marcus Johnson, OL, Ole Miss
--Has the versatility to play in or out, and will do a lot to help keep the franchise healthy.
- Indianapolis Domonique Foxworth, CB, Maryland
--The upgrade to the D continues. A run on corners makes them reach a little bit for Foxworth.
- San Diego Vincent Jackson, WR, Northern Colorado
--The Chargers roll the dice on the huge WR from D1-AA. His size, speed, and production are amazing.
- Pittsburgh Barrett Ruud, ILB, Nebraska
--With Bell moving on, they need to address their inside linebacker depth.
- Philadelphia Elton Brown, OG, Virginia
--Arguably the top interior lineman on talent, he's slid a bit after his post season circuit. A steal this late.
- New England Al Fincher, ILB, UConn
--He returns home, where he grew up and attended high school. He's the ideal fit inside for the Patriots.
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