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PostPosted: Mon Apr 24, 2006 4:32 pm    Post subject: ***DRAFT TRACKER*** Reply with quote

Detroit Lion 2006 picks:

Round# (pick#)

1 (#9)

Ernie Sims Profile: Sims was the top overall recruit in the country the year he signed with the Seminoles, and he paid immediate dividends. As a true freshman he earned considerable playing time, finishing the season with 42 tackles, two of them for loss. As a sophomore he moved into the starting lineup and showed exactly why he was recruited so heavily. He was named to various All American teams after posting 86 tackles, nine for loss, with 4.5 sacks. Sims' final season in Tallahassee was just as impressive. He finished his career with his best overall season, totalling 72 tackles, 10 for loss, 2.5 sacks, and two interceptions. Complete Profile.

2 (#40)

Daniel Bullocks Profile: Bullocks became a mainstay in the Husker secondary as a sophomore, finishing the season with 69 tackles, four for loss, and two picks. As a junior he picked off a career high five passes to go with 58 tackles, four for loss, and a sack. His twin brother Josh left Nebraska after their junior season and was a second round pick of the Saints. In his only season without his brother, Daniel posted a career high 83 tackles, with four for loss, and one interception.Click Here for Complete Profile

3 (#74)

Brian Calhoun's Profile: Brian Calhoun started his career at Colorado, and did some nice things as a Buffalo. During his sophomore season he started to show big time potential, rushing for 810 yards and five touchdowns to go along with 32 receptions for 266 yards and one touchdown. He then decided to return home to Wisconsin, and transferred to UW. After sitting out the 2004 season, he came through with a huge 2005 campaign. He ran the ball 348 times for 1,636 yards and an amazing 22 touchdowns. Calhoun continued to show his versatility, also being a factor as a receiver by hauling in 53 passes for 571 yards and two touchdowns. Click Here for Complete Profile

Round 5, #141 - Jonathan Scott, OT, Texas
Jonathan Scott Profile: Jonathan Scott is the latest in the Longhorn tackle tradition to be a prime NFL prospect. He moved into the right tackle spot as a freshman and has been a starter since. He shifted over to left tackle as a sophomore, and has remained there the past three years. Scott is a three time All Big 12 honoree, and a two time all american.

Round 6 (#179) - Alton McCann, CB, West Virginia

Round 7 (#217) - Fred Matua, G, USC
Fred Matua Profile: Fred Matua was slated to start as a true freshman until he went down with a hernia, and ended up redshirting that season. Once he got on the field as a redshirt freshman, he never left the lineup, aside from injuries. He has been a mainstay on the Trojan line at right guard for three seasons.Complete Profile.

Round 7 (#247) - Anthony Cannon, OLB, Tulane
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