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Locate your problems and forcast for the future. Here is some evaluations of the talent pool for 2006..........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
GREAT BLUE NORTH DRAFT REPORT
NEWS AND INFORMATION ON THE NFL DRAFT

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PRELIMINARY LIST OF PROSPECTS FOR 2006
* indicates underclassman in 2005
** indicates true soph in 2005 who may or may not be eligible for 2006 draft depending on legal challenges
X indicates player has or has had a serious injury concern (Ka - Knee/ACL; Ko - Knee/other; S - Shoulder; Nk -neck; B - back; L - leg; F - foot; A - ankle; Am - arm; C - concussion; Hm - hamstring; Hp - hip; W - wrist; NF - non-football injury or illness; O - other)
XXX indicates player may have career threatening injury
XX indicares player out for current season
L indictaes player has had some legal problems
S indicates player has either been suspended by school for an extended period or has been suspended numerous times
M indicates player likely to seek medical redshirt for 2005
Y indicates player could return to school for the 2006 season
E indicates eligibility questions
I indicates player is ineligible for the 2005 season
A indicates player is older than average prospect
B indicates player has or may have baseball options
BB indicates player has or may have basketball options
T indicates player is likely to transfer, has left school or has transferred
Offense

QB
Matt Leinart, 6-5, 220, Southern California
*Omar Jacobs, 6-3, 225, Bowling Green
Bruce Gradkowski, 6-2, 210, Toledo
Charlie Whitehurst, 6-4, 215, Clemson
Paul Pinegar, 6-4, 220, Fresno State (XS)
Joel Klatt, 6-1, 200, Colorado
Tyler Palko, 6-2, 220, Pittsburgh
Brad Smith, 6-2, 210, Missouri
Rick Clausen, 6-3, 210, Tennessee
D.J. Shockley, 6-1, 195, Georgia
Kellen Clemens, 6-2, 215, Oregon
Matt Berry, 6-5, 225, BYU
Tye Gunn, 6-3, 215, Texas Christian
Quinton Porter, 6-5, 225, Boston College
Drew Olson, 6-3, 220, UCLA (XKa)
Chad Wilmott, 6-4, 215, Alabama-Birmingham
Paul Thompson, 6-4, 190, Oklahoma
Josh Betts, 6-3, 225, Miami (Ohio)
Darrell Hackney, 6-2, 235, Alabama-Birmingham
Josh Harris, 6-3, 180, Middle Tennessee State
Steven Jyles, 6-1, 200, Louisiana-Monroe
Brady Coyle, 6-3, 200, Alabama (X)
Reggie McNeal, 6-2, 200, Texas A&M
Matt Dlugolecki, 6-4, 225, San Diego State
Corey Bramlett, 6-4, 220, Wyoming
Jay Cutler, 6-4, 225, Vanderbilt
Ryan Hart, 6-2, 195, Rutgers
Cory Paus, 6-5, 220, Washington
Michael Harrington, 6-4, 200, Idaho
Dustin Almond, 6-2, 215, Southern Mississippi
Matt Bohnet, 6-2, 220, Eastern Michigan
Erik Meyer, 6-2, 205, Eastern Washington <>

RB
*Reggie Bush, 5-10, 190, Southern California
*Laurence Maroney, 5-11, 200, Minnesota
DeAngelo Williams, 5-10, 205, Memphis
DonTrell Moore, 5-11, 215, New Mexico (XKa)
Josh Allen, 5-11, 210, Maryland
Mike Bell, 6-0, 220, Arizona
Justin Vincent, 5-10, 210, LSU
Clark Green, 5-11, 220, Kansas
Gerald Riggs, 6-0, 220, Tennessee
P.J. Daniels, 5-10, 210, Georgia Tech
Shermar Bracey, 6-1, 230, Arkansas State
Damien Rhodes, 6-1, 210, Syracuse
Patrick Cobbs, 5-9, 205, North Texas (X)
Herschel Dennis, 5-11, 190, Southern California (L)
P.J. Pope, 5-9, 215, Bowling Green
Lonta Hobbs, 5-10, 220, Texas Christian
Wali Lundy, 6-0, 215, Virginia
Anthony Evans, 5-10, 215, Houston
LenDale White, 6-2, 225, Southern California
Joseph Addai, 6-0, 205, LSU
Sam Maldonado, 6-0, 230, Maryland (XK)
*Terry Cauley, 5-7, 180, UConn (XKa/Y)
Leon Washington, 5-10, 205, Florida State (XA)
Cory Ross, 5-8, 210, Nebraska
Cedric Humes, 6-1, 230, Virginia Tech (XL)
KeJuan Jones, 5-9, 190, Oklahoma
Joe Harris, 5-7, 205, Wyoming
Trinity Dawson, 5-10, 200, Toledo
Jerod Void, 6-1, 210, Purdue
Dwayne Wright, 6-1, 210, Fresno State
Bryson Sumlin, 5-10, 200, Fresno State
Uril Parrish, 5-9, 205, Tulsa
Brandon Jones, 5-11, 225, Purdue
Jerious Norwood, 6-0, 195, Mississippi State
JaJa Riley, 6-2, 210, UNLV
A.J. Harris, 6-0, 220, Northern Illinois
Anthony Harris, 5-11, 225, Southern Mississippi
Terrence Whitehead, 5-10, 210, Oregon
Alvin Marshall, 5-10, 190, UNLV (XF)
J.R. Lemon, 6-1, 225, Stanford
Chris Barclay, 5-10, 175, Wake Forest
*Germaine Race, 5-11, 215, Pittsburg State
FB
Brian Leonard, 6-2, 230, Rutgers
Matt Bernstein, 6-2, 265, Wisconsin
J.D. Runnels, 6-1, 245, Oklahoma
B.J. Dean, 5-11, 255, Florida State
Brandon Hancock, 6-1, 235, Southern California (X)
Kevin Steltz, 5-9, 245, LSU
Victor Mann, 6-1, 250, Kansas State
Shawn Willis, 6-1, 255, Oklahoma State
Adrian Byrd, 6-1, 225, New Mexico
Chad Henley, 6-1, 250, UNLV
Brandon Kennedy, 6-0, 230, Arkansas
Quadtrine Hill, 6-1, 225, Miami
Brandon Schnittker, 6-1, 250, Ohio State
John Pannozzo, 5-11, 230, Indiana

WR
Mike Hass, 6-1, 210, Oregon State
Martin Nance, 6-4, 210, Miami (Ohio) (XK)
Skyler Green, 5-9, 190, LSU (PR)
Derek Hagen, 6-2, 195, Arizona State
Jason Avent, 6-1, 210, Michigan
Greg Jennings, 5-11, 190, Western Michigan
Erik Davis, 6-2, 185, Vanderbilt
*Eric Deslauriers, 6-3, 195, Eastern Michigan
Michael Robinson, 6-2, 230, Penn State (RB/QB)
Demetrius Williams, 6-2, 190, Oregon
Jared Ellerson, 6-1, 195, Minnesota
Maurice Avery, 6-1, 195, Memphis
Maurice Stovall, 6-5, 225, Notre Dame
Jovon Bouknight, 6-2, 200, Wyoming
Brandon Williams, 5-11, 175, Wisconsin
Mark Simmons, 5-11, 175, Kansas
James Banks, 6-3, 205, Tennessee (QB/O)
Josh Barge, 6-0, 205, Wyoming
Hank Baskett, 6-3, 215, New Mexico
Davin Davis, 6-1, 180, Kansas State
Todd Watkins, 6-3, 185, BYU
Rhema McKnight, 6-1, 210, Notre Dame
Jonathan Orr, 6-3, 185, Wisconsin
Burl Toler, 6-2, 185, California
Travis Wilson, 6-3, 200, Oklahoma
Reggie Lindsey, 5-10, 185, Alabama-Birmingham
Jeff Webb, 6-2, 220, San Diego State
Justin Hamilton, 6-3, 220, Virginia Tech (RB)
Mike Espy, 6-0, 195, Mississippi
Dallas Baker, 6-3, 195, Florida
Biren Early, 6-2, 195, Arizona
Shawn Tucker, 6-2, 180, Rutgers
Ross Pilkington, 6-0, 185, Nebraska
Tramain Hall, 5-11, 190, North Carolina State (RB)
Brandon White, 6-3, 190, Wisconsin
Gio Vendemia, 6-0, 185, Penn State (CB)
Junior Taylor, 6-1, 205, UCLA
Cleve Johnson, 5-10, 195, San Jose State
Vincent Marshall, 5-7, 170, Houston
Chad McCullar, 5-10, 170, Houston (PR)
Derreck Fenner, 6-0, 185, Maryland
Antwon Courington, 6-3, 210, Southern Mississippi
Charles Sharon, 6-1, 175, Bowling Green
Lance Rhodes, 5-10, 185, Alabama-Birmingham
Jason Williams, 6-0, 180, UConn
Kyle Brown, 6-1, 200, Michigan State
Tywan Freeney, 6-0, 190, Indiana
Jerrin Holt, 6-3, 230, Middle Tennessee State
Joel Nwigwe, 5-11, 180, North Texas
Agim Shabaj, 5-10, 190, Michigan State
Marcus Battle, 5-9, 180, Rice
Eric Kimble, 5-10, 195, Eastern Washington
TE
Matt Herian, 6-5, 240, Nebraska
Joel Klopfenstein, 6-5, 245, Colorado
Mercedes Lewis, 6-5, 250, UCLA
Tim Massaquoi, 6-4, 250, Michigan
Jeff King, 6-5, 255, Virginia Tech (FB)
David Jones, 6-4, 260, LSU
Cooper Wallace, 6-4, 255, Auburn
Tim Day, 6-4, 270, Oregon
Josh Bailey, 6-5, 265, West Virginia
Dominique Byrd, 6-3, 255, Southern California (XKa)
Jared Hicks, 6-5, 270, Arkansas
Ryan Hamby, 6-5, 250, Ohio State
Garrett Mills, 6-2, 225, Tulsa
Troy Bienemann, 6-5, 255, Washington State (XS)
T.J. Williams, 6-4, 250, North Carolina State
Cedric Hampton, 6-3, 275, Alabama-Birmingham
Donnie Carter, 6-4, 255, Florida State (XK)
Jimmy St. Louis, 6-5, 260, Murray State
David Thomas, 6-3, 230, Texas
Clark Harris, 6-5, 235, Rutgers
Bobby Williamson, 6-3, 250, Clemson
Tony Scheffler, 6-6, 240, Western Michigan (X)
Lee Burghgraef, 6-4, 250, Arizona State
Derek Miller, 6-7, 260, Maryland
Logan Hall, 6-4, 250, New Mexico
Joe Toledo, 6-6, 285, Washington (X)
John Richter, 6-3, 245, North Carolina State
John Wadkowski, 6-4, 255, Wyoming
Adam Watson, 6-3, 255, San Diego State
Brent Hecht, 6-4, 260, Texas Christian
Markell Thompson, 6-6, 310, Florida
Beau Davidson, 6-4, 235, North Texas
Dustin Dunning, 6-4, 245, Vanderbilt
Keith Carter, 6-4, 255, UCLA (XO/06)

OT
Andrew Whitworth, 6-6, 325, LSU
Max Jean-Gilles, 6-4, 340, Georgia
Eric Winston, 6-6, 310, Miami (XK)
D'Brickashaw Ferguson, 6-5, 295, Virginia
Jon Scott, 6-6, 305, Texas
Marcus McNeill, 6-9, 340, Auburn
Jami Hightower, 6-4, 355, Texas A&M
Adam Stenavich, 6-5, 315, Michigan
Zach Strief, 6-7, 335, Northwestern
*Winston Justice, 6-6, 305, Southern California (L/I)
Daryn Colledge, 6-5, 290, Boise State
Travis Leffew, 6-4, 300, Louisville
Marl LeVoir, 6-6, 320, Notre Dame
Trey Stallings, 6-4, 315, Mississippi
Albert Toeaina, 6-6, 350, Tennessee
Randy Hand, 6-6, 305, Florida
Chris Miller, 6-5, 315, Oregon State
Taitusi Lutui, 6-5, 370, Southern California
Ryan O'Callaghan, 6-7, 340, California (OG)
Jabari Levey, 6-6, 330, South Carolina
Na' Shan Goddard, 6-5, 305, South Carolina
Troy Reddick, 6-5, 325, Auburn
Christopher Pina, 6-5, 325, San Diego State
Dennis Roland, 6-8, 320, Georgia
Lee Gray, 6-6, 315, Iowa
Stephon Heyer, 6-6, 295, Maryland
Richard Burch, 6-5, 315, Mississippi State
Zach Tubbs, 6-5, 360, Arkansas
Tavarus Washington, 6-4, 295, Florida
Zack Love, 6-4, 310, Buffalo
Jeromey Clary, 6-7, 300, Kansas State
Robbie Sims, 6-4, 305, Ohio State
Wesley Bryant, 6-4, 305, Wake Forest
Adam Kiefer, 6-4, 300, Nevada
Brian Wang, 6-6, 295, Purdue
Stefon Wheeler, 6-5, 320, Michigan State
Ed Blanton, 6-8, 340, UCLA
Jimmy Martin, 6-4, 290, Virginia Tech
Isaac Sowells, 6-3, 325, Indiana
John Gross, 6-5, 295, Temple
Grant Preston, 6-5, 295, UConn
Terrance Pennington, 6-6, 325, New Mexico
Nick Cole, 6-1, 350, New Mexico State
Chris McGee, 6-4, 285, Tulane
Jahri Evans, 6-4, 340, Bloomsburg
Brian Alderson, 6-4, 290, South Dakota

OG
Aaron Lips, 6-5, 310, Louisiana Tech
Nate Livings, 6-5, 315, LSU (OT)
Toby Bullock, 6-4, 335, Marshall
Lance Butler, 6-6, 310, Florida
Matt Lemtz, 6-6, 315, Michigan
Will Allen, 6-6, 305, Texas
Davin Joseph, 6-4, 295, Oklahoma
Paul Soliai, 6-5, 330, Utah
Roy Swan, 6-2, 350, Houston
Aldo De La Garza, 6-4, 315, Texas A&M
Tyler Reed, 6-4, 310, Penn State
Steve Franklin, 6-3, 310, Syracuse
Mark Setterstrom, 6-3, 300
Chris Ciasson, 6-5, 300, Oklahoma
Jason Spitz, 6-4, 310, Louisville
Dartangon Shack, 6-2, 310, Fresno State
Adam Hines, 6-2, 305, Indiana
Donald Penn, 6-3, 315, Utah State (OT)
Tiley Fitt-Chapell, 6-5, 315, Washington State
Kili Lefotu, 6-5, 320, Arizona
Frank Davis, 6-4, 310, South Florida
Tony Palmer, 6-3, 305, Missouri
Grayling Love, 6-3, 300, Arizona State
Gary Freeman, 6-1, 320, East Carolina
Tyler McMeans, 6-5, 335, Miami (A)
Marcel Burrough, 6-5, 350, San Jose State
Leo Henige, 6-4, 330, Michigan
Tony Tella, 6-4, 305, Miami
Cody Douglas, 6-4, 325, Tennessee
Taylor Schmidt, 6-5, 325, San Diego State
Jeff Jenerou, 6-6, 310, Central Michigan
Tarrell Baldwin, 6-4, 340, Florida A&M
Danny Negrete, 6-1, 310, San Diego State
Chad Lerette, 6-4, 305, San Jose State

C
Mike Degory, 6-4, 310, Florida
Greg Eslinger, 6-3, 285, Minnesota
*Kyle Young, 6-6, 320, Fresno State
Ryan Cook, 6-6, 340, New Mexico
Chris Morris, 6-4, 295, Michigan State
David Castillo, 6-2, 305, Florida State (XS)
Pat Ross, 6-4, 295, Boston College
Nick Mangold, 6-4, 290, Ohio State
Donovan Raiola, 6-3, 280, Wisconsin
Bob Morton, 6-3, 300, Notre Dame
Chris Bush, 6-4, 285, Oklahoma
Todd Londot, 6-6, 300, Miami (Ohio)
Matt Batusic, 6-3, 295, Alabama-Birmingham
Russ Tanner, 6-4, 290, Georgia
J.B. Closner, 6-3, 295, Alabama
Jasper Harvey, 6-3, 300, San Diego State
Nick Mihlhauser, 6-3, 290, Washington State
Defense

DE
Mathias Kiwanuka, 6-6, 255, Boston College
*Mario Williams, 6-6, 265, North Carolina State
Loren Howard, 6-4, 275, Northwestern
Manase Hopoi, 6-3, 280, Washington (L)
Parys Haralson, 6-2, 255, Tennessee
Mitchell Crossley, 6-3, 250, Bowling Green
Devan Long, 6-4, 265, Oregon
Eric Henderson, 6-3, 265, Georgia Tech
Frostee Rucker, 6-4, 240, Southern California
Moe Thompson, 6-3, 280, South Carolina
Darryl Tapp, 6-1, 265, Virginia Tech
Patrick Massey, 6-7, 275, Michigan
Javon Nanton, 6-3, 240, Miami
Kyle Morgan, 6-3, 260, UCLA
Garrett McIntyre, 6-3, 250, Fresno State
James Garee, 6-5, 255, Colorado
Justin Johnson, 6-3, 245, California
Mike Williams, 6-3, 240, Texas
Manny Lawson, 6-5, 220, North Carolina State
Mel Purcell, 6-4, 260, Hawaii
John Denney, 6-6, 275, BYU
Lavon Chisley, 6-5, 265, Penn State (L)
Leon Moore, 6-4, 270, UNLV
Jonathan Welsh, 6-4, 235, Wisconsin
Marcus Smith, 6-5, 250, Arizona
Willie Evans, 6-2, 255, Mississippi State
Val Barnaby, 6-5, 270, Rutgers
Marcus Parker, 6-2, 255, New Mexico
Scott Edmonds, 6-4, 260, Kansas State
Travis Parker, 6-3, 240, Georgia Tech
John Syptak, 6-2, 240, Rice (LB)
Jayme Mitchell, 6-6, 280, Mississippi
Marcus Johnson, 6-3, 255, Miami (Ohio)
Derrick Jones, 6-5, 250, San Jose State
Tim Jones, 6-3, 265, South Florida (XK)
Jacob Houston, 6-3, 240, Sacramento State
DT
Rodrique Wright, 6-5, 320, Texas
Gabe Watson, 6-4, 335, Michigan
LeKevin Smith, 6-2, 310, Nebraska
Orien Harris, 6-4, 300, Miami
Anthony Montgomery, 6-5, 315, Minnesota
Gerald Anderson, 6-2, 315, Georgia
Kwakou Robinson, 6-4, 325, Virginia
*Haloti, Ngata, 6-5, 345, Oregon
Jesse Mahelona, 6-2, 300, Tennessee
Johnny Jolly, 6-3, 295, Texas A&M
Barry Cofield, 6-4, 305, Northwestern
Kyle Williams, 6-2, 290, LSU
Mark Losli, 6-5, 285, Minnesota
Claude Wroton, 6-3, 315, LSU
Montavious Stanley, 6-2, 305, Louisville
Zarnell Fitch, 6-3, 305, Texas Christian
Ernest Hunter, 6-4, 280, West Virginia (DE/XL)
Nick Leaders, 6-2, 290, Iowa State
Kedric Golston, 6-3, 300, Georgia (S)
Jonathan Lewis, 6-1, 300, Virginia Tech
Steve Fifita, 5-11, 310, Utah
Babatunde Oshinowo, 6-2, 320, Stanford
Dwayne Herndon, 6-4, 290, North Carolina State
Henry Anderson, 6-2, 305, Oregon State
C.J. Niusulu, 6-2, 285, UCLA
Daniel Marquardt, 6-2, 315, BYU
Jeff Littljohn, 6-2, 315, Middle Tennessee State
Sam Williamson, 6-5, 295, Alabama-Birmingham
Tony Thompson, 6-1, 295, Central Michigan
Freddy Saint-Preux, 6-5, 295, South Carolina
Ernest Respress, 6-5, 300, Alabama-Birmingham
Rob Schroeder, 6-3, 280, Buffalo
Vince Fuela, BYU
Chase Page, 6-5, 290, North Carolina (XH)
Steve Williams, 6-3, 300, Northwest Missouri State
Fred Evans, 6-5, 300, Texas State

ILB
*Ahmad Brooks, 6-3, 260, Virginia
Abdul Hodge, 6-2, 235, Iowa
Fred Roach, 6-2, 240, Alabama
Will Derting, 6-0, 235, Washington State (XK)
Anthony Schlegel, 6-2, 245, Ohio State
Kevin Simon, 5-11, 225, Tennessee (XA)
Chad Anderson, 6-2, 250, Kentucky
Lawrence Reid, 6-2, 220, Michigan
D'Qwell Jackson, 6-1, 225, Maryland
Gabe Toomey, 6-3, 235, Kansas
Ricardo Hurley, 6-2, 235, South Carolina
Ray Henderson, 6-3, 235, Boston College
Anthony Jordan, 6-3, 230, Toledo
Aaron Harris, 6-0, 235, Texas
Seth Mitchell, 6-2, 250, Michigan State
Marvin Byrdsong, 6-2, 250, Mississippi State
Justin London, 6-1, 235, UCLA
Archie McDaniel, 6-2, 230, Texas A&M
Clarke Moore, 6-2, 245, Arkansas (XL)
Ted Sims, 6-1, 235, Kansas State
Trent Bray, 6-1, 230, Oregon State
Leon Williams, 6-3, 240, Miami
Chris Moore, 6-1, 220, East Carolina
Jimmy Cottrell, 6-0, 237, New Mexico State
Scott McClintock, 6-2, 245, Michigan
Kyle Killion, 6-0, 230, Indiana
Paul Szczesny, 6-0, 240, Indiana
Otis Washington, 5-11, 245, Vanderbilt

OLB
A.J. Hawk, 6-2, 230, Ohio State
Pierre Woods, 6-5, 250, Michigan
DeMeco Ryans, 6-2, 225, Alabama
Chad Greenway, 6-3, 240, Iowa
Spencer Havner, 6-4, 240, UCLA
Dustin Williams, 6-5, 245, Kentucky (ILB)
Tim McGarrigle, 6-1, 230, Northwestern
Moses Osemwegie, 6-0, 220, Vanderbilt
A.J. Nicholson, 6-2, 235, Florida State
Gerris Wilkerson, 6-3, 230, Georgia Tech
Nick Reid, 6-4, 225, Kansas
Terna Nande, 6-0, 230, Miami (Ohio)
Travis Williams, 6-1, 215, Auburn
Dennis Burke, 6-1, 230, Middle Tennessee State
John Saldi, 6-5, 230, Texas Tech
Kellen Pruitt, 6-2, 235, Syracuse
Cameron Vaughn, 6-3, 220, LSU
Brandon Johnson, 6-5, 210, Louisville
Dallas Sartz, 6-5, 220, Southern California (SS)
Roger McIntosh, 6-2, 235, Miami
Lance Laury, 6-2, 230, South Carolina
Derrick White, 6-2, 235, Georgia
Bobby Carpenter, 6-3, 240, Ohio State
Jamar Williams, 6-1, 245, Arizona State
Mike Anderson, 6-3, 240, Idaho (DE)
Ricky Brown, 6-2, 240, Boston College
John Chick, 6-3, 245, Utah State (DE)
Brian Bennett, 6-0, 235, Pittsburgh
Paul Duren, 6-1, 240, Oklahoma State
Anthony Cannon, 6-0, 235, Tulane
John Busing, 6-3, 220, Miami (Ohio)
Akarika Dawn, 6-2, 230, Colorado
Antonio Mason, 6-0, 245, Illinois
Banks Dloodman, 6-3, 230, Kansas
Bryant Atkinson, 6-2, 225, BYU
Kyle McKenzie, 6-1, 230, Minnesota
Don Ieremia-Stansbury, 6-2, 245, SMU
John Najm, 6-1, 250, Arkansas State (DE)
Todd McCullough, 6-5, 230, Florida (XS)
Chris Hayes, 6-1, 225, Texas Christian (DE)
Brandon Perkins, 6-1, 225, Kansas (DE)
Terrance Chavis, 6-1, 255, Arkansas State (DE)
James Hargrave, 5-11, 225, UConn
Thomas Howard, 6-2, 230, UTEP
Diontre Earl, 5-10, 245, Akron

CB
Jimmy Williams, 6-2, 210, Virginia Tech (FS)
Will Blackmon, 6-0, 200, Boston College
Jason Allen, 6-0, 200, Tennessee (FS)
Charlie Peprah, 5-11, 195, Alabama
Alan Zemaitis, 6-2, 195, Penn State
Kelly Jennings, 6-0, 180, Miami
Chiijoke Onyenegecha, 6-1, 205, Oklahoma
Eric Bassey, 6-1, 200, Oklahoma
Travis Johnson, 6-1, 190, Mississippi
Michael Huff, 6-1, 200, Texas (FS)
Josh Lay, 6-2, 195, Pittsburgh
Leroy Smith, 5-10, 190, Florida State
Shannon James, 5-10, 195, UMass
Willie Smith, 6-0, 195, Marshall
Calvin Washington, 6-0, 195, Missouri
Cedric Griffen, 6-2, 190, Texas
Barry Drakeford, 5-10, 185, Kent State
Jacob Elimimian, 5-11, 180, San Diego State (S)
Steve Gregory, 5-11, 185, Syracuse (WR)
Sean Lucas, 5-11, 195, Tulane
Marcus Hudson, 6-2, 185, North Carolina State
Ray Washington, 6-0, 190, Fresno State
Jovon Johnson, 5-9, 175, Iowa
Harrison Smith, 6-2, 195, California
Tim Jennings, 5-8, 175, Georgia
Theo Baines, 5-11, 190, Kansas
John Eubanks, 5-10, 180, Southern Mississippi
Justin Phinisee, 5-11, 200, Oregon
Antonio Malone, 6-1, 185 (XO)
Darrell Hunter, 6-1, 205, Miami (Ohio)
Quincy Butler, 6-0, 180, Texas Christian
Drew Coleman, 5-11, 175, Texas Christian
Charles Akinyemi, 5-8, 195, SMU
Antwan Allen, 5-10, 180, Iowa (L)
Kevin Dockery, 5-10, 185, Mississippi State
Jelani Jordan, 5-10, 180, Bowling Green
Johnny Faulk, 5-10, 170, Troy State
Charles Ealy, 5-11, 205, UNLV
Rolando Humphrey, 5-9, 175, SMU
Marlin Maxwell, 5-9, 180, Central Michigan
Dion Byrum, 5-11, 180, Ohio
Bo Smith, 6-0, 185, Kentucky (XO)
R.J. Oliver, 5-9, 175, Arizona State (XF)
John McPherson, 5-8, 195, Central Missouri State
Brian Grimes, 5-10, 175, Shippensburg
FS
Nate Salley, 6-3, 205, Ohio State
Jahmile Addae, 6-0, 210, West Virginia (XS)
Kedrick Alexander, 6-1, 200, Tulsa
Wesley Smith, 6-3, 180, Memphis
Cam Hall, 6-0, 210, Boise State
Darren Williams, 6-2, 200, x-Mississippi State
Marcus Demps, 6-0, 195, San Diego State
Will Gulley, 6-3, 205, Houston
Jaxson Appel, 5-10, 195, Texas A&M
Jeremy Modkins, 6-1, 195, Texas Christian
Rodney Flowers, 6-0, 195, Kansas
Joe Miklos, 6-1, 205, UNLV
Maurice Lane, 5-11, 185, Baylor
Chris Harris, 6-1, 205, Louisiana-Monroe
Kelechi Ohanaja, 6-1, 200, Vanderbilt
Justin Whitmore, 6-0, 180, Alabama-Birmingham
Muhammad Abdulah, 6-0, 205, Kentucky
Anthony Smith, 6-0, 185, Syracuse
Darrell Brooks, 6-1, 210, Arizona
Trevis Coley, 6-1, 220, Southern Mississippi
Julius Wainwright, 6-2, 190, Alabama-Birmingham
Kevin Ford, 5-11, 200, Western Michigan
Josh Powell, 6-3, 205, San Jose State
Travis Williams, 6-1, 185, Illinois (CB)
Domenik Hixon, 6-1, 190, Akron (WR)
Alvin Nnabuife, 6-1, 210, SMU
Eric Wilson, 5-9, 205, San Jose State

SS
*Darnell Bing, 6-2, 220, Southern California
Donnie McCleskey, 5-10, 195, California
Jarrad Page, 6-0, 200, UCLA
Greg Blue, 6-1, 210, Georgia
Daniel Bullocks, 6-1, 205, Nebraska
Mike Lorello, 6-1, 195, West Virginia
Kelvin Robinson, 6-1, 220, Mississippi
Jason Simpson, 6-0, 205, Missouri
Dawan Landry, 6-2, 215, Georgia Tech
Greg Threat, 6-1, 195, Miami
Andrew Pace, 6-0, 200, Vanderbilt
Jamey Harper, 6-1, 195, SMU
Lamon Means, 6-2, 210, Arizona
Jamaal Fudge, 5-10, 190, Clemson
Ronald Jones, 5-10, 185, Texas A&M

P
Tom Malone, 6-0, 185, Southern California
Joel Stelly, 5-11, 185, Louisiana-Monroe
Steve Weatherford, 6-3, 205 Illinois (PK)
Kyle Balser, 6-3, 235, Washington State
Ryan Plackemeier, 6-4, 245, Wake Forest
John Torp, 6-2, 200, Colorado
Jeff Williams, 6-4, 215, Adams State
Blake Ferguson, 5-11, 190, Oklahoma
Danny Baugher, 5-10, 195, Arizona
Thomas Olmstead, 6-3, 220, Troy State (KO)
David Lonie, 6-6, 210, California
Brandon Baker, 6-4, 230, South Florida

PK
Trey DiCarlo, 6-0, 205, Oklahoma
Connor Hughes, 6-0, 180, Virginia
Ben Jones, 6-0, 215, Purdue
Todd Peagram, 5-11, 190, Texas A&M


KR
Jeremy Bloom, 5-9, 175, Colorado (WR/E)
Mike Imoh, 5-6, 195, Virginia Tech (KR/RB)
Selvin Young, 6-0, 205, Texas (RB/KR)
Greg Heaggans, 6-0, 190, Kansas (KR)

If you notice there are a glutney of talent at tackle and at the linebacker core. So if I beloved Leo's are a true blue organization implement some sort of fix for your immediate problems. Instead of going for a flyer like Joey Harrington.
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 10, 2005 1:14 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

wow, someone has a little too much time on their hands
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 10, 2005 4:29 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I think we should take all 4 PK's in the first 4 rounds. Just make sure we're good in that department.
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 10, 2005 8:21 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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I think we should take all 4 PK's in the first 4 rounds. Just make sure we're good in that department.


This is the stupidest thing I've ever heard.









We should take a punter in 3, and PK in 1, 2 and 4. Wink
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amaru0 wrote:
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I think we should take all 4 PK's in the first 4 rounds. Just make sure we're good in that department.


This is the stupidest thing I've ever heard.
We should take a punter in 3, and PK in 1, 2 and 4. Wink


That's stupid.

Because I planned 3 punters in 5-7. Wink
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PostPosted: Fri Feb 11, 2005 12:08 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

but we might want to package up some of next years picks to move up in the first just to make sure we get the best kickers. They might not be available all the way down at 10
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PostPosted: Sat Feb 12, 2005 1:17 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Projected 2006 Mock Draft for the Detroit Lions
Round 1) WR-Joel Nwigwe, North Texas
Round 2)P-Joel Stelly, Louisiana-Monroe
ROund 3)P-Jeff Williams, Adams State
Round 4)PK-Trey DiCarlo, Oklahoma
Round 5)PK-Connor Hughes, Virginia
Round 6)PK-Todd Peagram, Texas A&M
Round 7)FS-Jamaal Fudge, Clemson (mainly for his name)
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I think the junior college market is completely untapped and we should start drafting exclusively out of those schools.
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why draft 4 kickers, lol when all anyone will ever need is Mike Nugent!

GET IT NUGE!!! NUGE IS THE GUY THE KICKS THE BALL, NUGE IS THE GUY THAT WINS THE GAME!!!

He was the OSU offense for the past 3 years period. OSU gets to the 35 and they just run it up the middle 3 times and kick a field goal. He has kicked so many game winning field goals that his college record looks like the professional record of Adam Viniteri, only with 3 times the clutch kicks Viniteri has had to make. I dont even know why OSU risked a fumble on the first 3 downs, they should have just kicked a field goal on first down. The kid is gonna be the best kicker ever, period. He is gonna break all the records.

We will be lucky if he falls to us at round 1 pick 10. If we took him it would be the greatest personel move ever. Even a better move than the one in my signature. Mike Nugent would make us all forget Barry Sanders(lol ok now im stretching it just a little)
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Just about the same list I have... interesting.
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