2007 NFL Mock Draft
By: Robert Davis | Updated: 4/27
First Round | Second Round
- Oakland - JaMarcus Russell, QB, LSU
As good as Johnson is, the Raiders need a QB, and that is need #1.
- Detroit - Calvin Johnson, WR, Georgia Tech
This pick will be made for someone else, most likely Tamba Bay.
- Cleveland - Brady Quinn, QB, Notre Dame
Some will want Peterson and his upside is amazing, but again, the QB spot has to be addressed.
- Tampa Bay - Gaines Adams, DE, Clemson
This pick could be sent to the Lions, as the Bucs want to move up for Johnson.
- Arizona - Joe Thomas, OT, Wisconsin
Two years in a row, the Cards luck out. Last year Leinart, this year his protector.
- Washington - Amobi Okoye, DT, Louisville
The Skins may try to trade down to get more picks but if they stay put grabbing the teen phenom is the way they go.
- Minnesota - Adrian Peterson, Rb, Oklahoma
Chester Taylor is good, but Peterson has the chance to be a special one.
- Atlanta (from Houston) - LaRon Landry, S, LSU
The draft plays out as well as can be hoped, and they land a stud safety for their secondary.
- Miami - Levi Brown, OT, Penn St.
Upgrading the offensive line is a must.
- Houston (from Atlanta) - Darrelle Revis, CB, Pitt
Forms a great CB duo with Dunta Robinson.
- San Francisco - Adam Carriker, DL, Nebraska
Being a versatile DL gives him the nod over Willis.
- Buffalo - Patrick Willis, LB, Ole Miss
The top defensive player at 12 is a steal.
- St. Louis - Alan Branch, DT, Michigan
Stopping the run is a priority, and Branch can really clog lanes.
- Carolina - Michael Griffin, S, Texas
Has the ability to play both safety spots, which helps fill out the secondary.
- Pittsburgh - Lawrence Timmons, LB, Florida St.
His all around ability will allow him to impact the game in many ways.
- Green Bay - Marshawn Lynch, RB, Cal
Lynch is handed the starting job right away.
- Jacksonville - Jamaal Anderson, DE, Arkansas
Big time upside and excellent value.
- Cincinnati - Leon Hall, CB, Michigan
Upgrading the secondary is a must.
- Tennessee - Ted Ginn, WR, Ohio St.
The Titans get Vince a playmaker.
- N.Y. Giants - Joe Staley, OT, Central Michigan
He could even be gone higher than this.
- Denver - Jarvis Moss, DE, Florida
Denver is constantly trying to upgrade their pass rush, and they may have their answer.
- Dallas - Dwayne Jarrett, WR, USC
Jarrett will not fall as far as many think.
- Kansas City - Aaron Ross, CB, Texas
His ability to help out on special teams is a boost, now that Dante Hall has moved on.
- New England (from Seattle) - Reggie Nelson, DB, Florida
Could play corner or safety for the Pats, giving them the versatility they like.
- N.Y. Jets - Greg Olsen, TE, Miami
Add a playmaking threat for Pennington.
- Philadelphia - Brandon Meriweather, S, Miami
The run on safeties leaves Meriweather as the best left.
- New Orleans - Chris Houston, CB, Arkansas
Despite the addition of Jason David, the CB spot could still use help.
- New England - Paul Posluszny, LB, Penn St.
Poz is epitome of a Patriot, and would add much needed talent to linebacker.
- Baltimore - Anthony Spencer, DE/OLB, Purdue
Could replace Adalius Thomas.
- San Diego - Robert Meachem, WR, Tennessee
Could go higher on Saturday, but would be a great pick for the Chargers.
- Chicago - Jon Beason, LB, Miami
Steps in for Lance Briggs, who is not coming back.
- Indianapolis - Justin Harrell, DT, Tennessee
May actually go higher, but the Colts would love to add him to their interior line.
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