Thursday, April 26, 2007NFL Mock Draft (Completion of Second Round)
51) N.Y. Giants, RB, Lorenzo Booker, Florida State -- Boy oh boy was Big Blue praying for this reincarnation of Dave Meggett. They got their man. But now, what does this make of Sinorice Moss? Although they are different positions, they both can play similar roles in the screen pass dept. Ought to be interesting.
52) St. Louis, Tanard Jackson, CB, Syracuse -- In the NFC West it's always a good idea to have depth at the secondary position if you can afford it. Jackson can step in and be a quality nickel back.
53) Dallas, Aaron Sears, OT, Tennessee -- Another nice value pick with a player like Sears who can get a year or two of seasoning before possibly being relied upon as a starter.
54) Kansas City, Jason Hill, WR, Washington State -- The Chiefs needs some quality receivers to compliment Tony Gonzalez and Hill will have every opportunity to be one of those guys.
55) Seattle, Sabby Piscitelli, S, Oregon St -- Boulware has disappointed. Seattle gets a decent value for their first pick of the draft.
56) Denver, Marcus McCauley, CB, Fresno St -- Alongside the wizardry of Bailey and the addition of Dre Bly, the Broncos add some needed depth.
57) Philadelphia, David Harris, LB, Michigan -- This FO has been top in the 5 consistently for the past decade when it comes to the draft. A pick like this just solidifies that statement. Potential late 1 st Rd talent here.
58) New Orleans, Daymeion Hughes, CB, California -- The Saints need to address a shaky pass defense and Hughes is the best cornerback available at the position.
59) N.Y. Jets, Eric Weddle, S, Utah -- This is a great pick for the Jets management as he has everything that coach Mangini wants -- high character, intensity and a love of the game.
60) Miami, Paul Soliai, DT, Utah -- Big guy and a natural interior run stuffer for the Dolphins.
61) Baltimore, Brandon Jackson, RB, Nebraska --See ya Musa Smith. Could be a nice surprise in relieving McGahee as the season progresses.
62) San Diego, Anthony Gonzalez, WR, Ohio State -- Could start right away with the average receiving corp the Chargers currently have.
63) N.Y. Jets, David Clowney, WR, Virginia Tech -- Another high-character guy who will step in with a strong work ethic.
64) Tampa Bay, Brandon Siler, LB, Florida -- As the Bucs look at life without Shelton Quarles and eventually Derrick Brooks, they will try to find younger solutions.
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