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    Started putting together my Vikes Cheat Sheet. Decided to start out by focusing on our position of strength. Offensive line!!! LOL What I found is that in all the years I have been putting this together I have never seen this many quality offensive lineman. Perfect year to take 3 or 4 but .... you know the Vikes. What's fricken weird is there is a huge hole in RD 3 so unless one of the round 2 linemen fall to us in 3 I think that will be the round we go for another position. =SA=

    SCHOOL POSITION H W
    PICK 18 .. RD 1

    JONAH WILLIAMS ALABAMA G/OT 6'4" 304
    JAWAAN TAyLOR FLORIDA OT 6'5" 312
    ANDRE DILLARD WASHINGTON ST OT 6/5" 315
    GARRETT BRADBURY NC STATE C 6'3" 305
    CODY FORD OKLAHOMA G/OT 6'4" 335
    CHRIS LINDSTROM BOSTON COLLEGE OG 6'4" 305

    PICK 50 .. RD 2

    DALTON RISNER KANSAS STATE G/OT 6'5" 310
    ELGTON JENKINS MISS STATE C/OG 6'4" 315
    GREG LITTLE OLE MISS OT 6'5" 320
    KALEB MCGARY WASHINGTON OT 6'7" 320
    MICHAEL DEITER WISCONSIN OG 6'6" 320
    DEEBO SAMUEL SOUTH CAROLINA WR
    PARIS CAMPBELL OHIO STATE WR
    YODNY CAJUSTE WEST VIRGINIA OT 6'5" 315
    DAVID EDWARDS WISCONSIN OT 6'7" 315
    ERIK MCCOY TEXAS [email protected] C 6'4" 310
    TYTUS HOWARD ALABAMA ST OT 6'5" 320

    PICK 81 RD 3

    JUSTICE HILL OKLAHOMA ST RB

    PICK 120 RD 4

    MICHAEL JORDON OHIO STATE C/OG 6'5" 310
    BEAU BENZSCHAWEL WISOCONSIN OG 6'6" 305
    OLI UDOH ELON OT 6'5" 336
    NATE HERBIG STANFORD OG 6'4" 330
    PHIL HAYNES WAKE FOREST OG 6'4" 315
    FRED JOHNSON FLORIDA OG 6'7" 326
    DRUE SAMIA OAKLAHOMA OG 6'5" 305
    BOBBY EVANS OKLAHOMA OG 6'3" 310
    CONNOR MCGOVERN PENN STATE OG 6'4" 320
    ISAIAH PRINCE OHIO STATE OT 6'5" 310
    MAX SHARPING NORTHERN ILLNOIS OT 6'6" 320
    CHUMA EDOGA USC OT 6'4" 305
    TREY PIPPEN SOUIX FALLS OT 6'6" 305
    DENIS DALEY SOUTH CAROLONA OT 6'5" 305

    PICKS 190/209 RD 6

    ROSS PIERSCHBACKER ALABAMA C/G 6'3" 305
    BEN POWERS OAKLAHOMA OG 6'4" 310
    HJALTE FROHOLDT ARKANSAS OG 6'4" 305
    LAMONT GAILLARD GEORGIA C/G 6'3" 305
    MITCH HYATT CLEMSON OT 6'5" 305
    TYREE ST. LOUIS MIAMI OT 6'5" 310
    DERWIN GRAY MARYLAND OT 6'4" 320
    MARTEZ IVORY FLORIDA OT 6'5" 310
    CALVIN ANDERSON TEXAS OT 6'5" 305
    SAM MUSTIPHER NOTRE DAME C/G 6'2" 305

    PICKS 247/250 RD 7

    JESSE BURKETT STANFORD C/G 6'4" 300
    WILLIAM SWEET NORTH CAROLINA OT 6'6" 313
     



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  2. fknhippie

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    Nice to see you back, @=SA= , always look forward to your draft analysis. I'm so tired of watching shitty OL play, it wouldn't bother me to see them draft an O lineman in every round. They might actually get one or two good ones.
     
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    Yep, it's that time of year! I'm hoping for Dillard in the first and moving our left tackle to guard but based on the zone blocking scheme's I wish we could trade down, with maybe Oakland and move up in the second because the two best interior linemen that would fit our scheme are Bradbury and Lindstrom. Wish we could get them both as they are very athletic linemen. And then maybe a Tytus Howard as a developmental OT in the third. That would set us up for the next 4 years ..
     
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    I will be sure to post my final draft chart the weekend before the draft. Lot's of work to do on it yet ..
     
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    Latest version .. has all players vikes have worked out or interviewed as well ..

    SCHOOL POSITION H W GRADE

    PICK 18 .. RD 1

    JONAH WILLIAMS ALABAMA G/OT 6'4" 304 6.3
    ANDRE DILLARD WASHINGTON ST OT 6/5" 315 6.2
    JAWAAN TAYLOR FLORIDA OT 6'5" 312 6.14
    GARRETT BRADBURY NC STATE C 6'3" 305 6.12
    DALTON RISNER KANSAS STATE G/OT 6'5" 310 6.05
    CODY FORD OKLAHOMA G/OT 6'4" 335 5.95
    NOAH FANT IOWA TE 6'4" 249 5.9

    PICK 50 .. RD 2

    PARIS CAMPBELL OHIO STATE WR 6'1" 210 6.11
    DIANTE THOMPSON ALABAMA S 6'1" 195 5.9
    ERIK MCCOY TEXAS [email protected] C 6'4" 310 5.99
    CHRIS LINDSTROM BOSTON COLLEGE OG 6'4" 305 5.86
    ELGTON JENKINS MISS STATE C/OG 6'4" 315 5.85
    DEEBO SAMUEL SOUTH CAROLINA WR 5'11" 205 5.96
    GREG LITTLE OLE MISS OT 6'5" 320 5.86
    KALEB MCGARY WASHINGTON OT 6'7" 320 5.88
    DAVID MONTGOMERY IOWA STATE RB 5'10" 215 5.85
    TYTUS HOWARD ALABAMA ST OT 6'5" 320 5.78
    JOHNATHAN ABRAM MISSISSIPPI ST S 5'11" 205 5.85
    I J COLLIER TCU DE 6'2" 283 5.92
    MAX SHARPING NORTHERN ILLNOIS OT 6'6" 320 5.83
    AMANI HOOKER IOWA S 5'11" 210 5.89
    HAKEEM BUTLER IOWA STATE WR 6'5" 225 5.69
    KELVIN HARMON NC STATE WR 6'3" 220 5.62

    PICK 81 RD 3

    CONNOR MCGOVERN PENN STATE OG 6'4" 320 5.8
    NATE DAVIS CHARLOTTE OG 6'3" 316 5.71
    YODNY CAJUSTE WEST VIRGINIA OT 6'5" 315 5.59
    MICHAEL JORDON OHIO STATE C/OG 6'5" 310 5.69
    CHASE WINOVICH MICHIGAN EDGE 6'3" 256 5.73
    MILES SANDERS PENN STATE RB 5'11" 211 5.8
    ISAIAH JOHNSON HOUSTON CB 6'2" 208 5.7
    DARELL HENDERSON MEMPHIS RB 5'9" 200 5.71
    JUAN THORNHILL VIGINIA S 6'0" 200 5.76
    CHARLES OMENIHU TEXAS DE 6'5" 280 5.53
    JALEN HURD BAYLOR WR 6'5" 227 5.74
    MILES BOYKIN ND WR 6'4" 220 5.67
    MICHAEL DEITER WISCONSIN OG 6'6" 320 5.66
    ANDY ISABELLA MASSACHUSETS WR 5'8" 190 5.57

    PICK 120 RD 4

    WILL GRIER WEST VIRGINiA QB 6'2" 217 5.43
    TYREE JACKSON BUFFALO QB 6'7" 245 5.29
    BOBBY EVANS OKLAHOMA OG 6'3" 310 5.51
    RODNEY ANDERSON OKLAHOMA RB 6'1" 220 5.63
    JOSH OLIVER SAN JOSE ST TE 6'5" 249 5.63
    JACE STERNBERGER TEXAS [email protected] TE 6'4" 251 5.62
    DRUE SAMIA OKLAHOMA OG 6'5" 305 5.6
    ISAIAH PRINCE OHIO STATE OT 6'5" 310 5.6
    ANTHONY JOHNSON BUFFALO WR 6'1" 210 5.49
    DAVID EDWARDS WISCONSIN OT 6'7" 315 5.42
    KANDEN SMITH STANFORD TE 6'5" 250 5.42
    BEAU BENZSCHAWEL WISCONSIN OG 6'6" 305 5.53
    OLI UDOH ELON OT 6'5" 336 5.29
    PHIL HAYNES WAKE FOREST OG 6'4" 315 5.46
    SHAQ CALHOUN MISS ST OG 6'4" 310 5.5
    FRED JOHNSON FLORIDA OG 6'7" 326 5.36
    CHUMA EDOGA USC OT 6'4" 305 5.65
    BLAKE CASHMAN MINNESOTA LB 6'1" 237 5.39
    TREY PIPKENS SOUIX FALLS OT 6'6" 305 5.39
    DENIS DALEY SOUTH CAROLiNA OT 6'5" 305 5.64
    TYLER ROEMER SAN DIEGO ST OT 6'6" 312 5.5

    PICKS 190/209 RD 6

    MIKE BELL FRESNO ST S 6'3" 210 5.67
    BENNY SNELL KENTUCKY RB 5'10" 215 5.39
    JUSTICE HILL OKLAHOMA ST RB 5'10 198 5.48
    KARAN HIGDON MICHIGAN RB 5'10" 202 5.48
    DEVIE OZEBO NEBRASKA RB 5'11" 222 O
    BRYCE LOVE STANFORD RB 5'9" 200 5.53
    LAMONT GAILLARD GEORGIA C/G 6'3" 305 5.63
    TERRILL HANKS NEW MEXICO ST LB 6'2" 242 5.25
    ROSS PIERSCHBACKER ALABAMA C/G 6'3" 305 5.33
    BEN POWERS OKLAHOMA OG 6'4" 310 5.4
    HJALTE FROHOLDT ARKANSAS OG 6'4" 305 5.31
    MARVELL TELL USC S 6'2" 198 5.5
    MITCH HYATT CLEMSON OT 6'5" 305
    BEN BURR KIRVIN WASHINGTON LB 5.33
    TYREE ST. LOUIS MIAMI OT 6'5" 310
    DERWIN GRAY MARYLAND OT 6'4" 320 5.47
    CALVIN ANDERSON TEXAS OT 6'5" 305
    SAM MUSTIPHER NOTRE DAME C/G 6'2" 305
    SHELDRIK REDWINE MIAMI S 6'0" 196

    PICKS 247/250 RD 7

    PAIL ADAMS MIZZOU OT 6'6" 317 5.38
    DONELL GREENE MINNESOTA OT 5.33
    LIL JORDON TEXAS WR 6'3" 220 5.16
    RYAN BATES PENN STATE G 6'4" 306 5.15
    BRANDON KNIGHT INDIANA OT 6'4" 314 5.24
    JOSH NIJMAM VIRGINIA OL 6'7" 324 5.34
    EASTON STICK ND STATE QB 6'2" 220 4.95
    NATE HERBIG STANFORD OG 6'4" 330 5.1
    MARTEZ IVORY FLORIDA OT 6'5" 310 5.15
    RYAN CONNELLY WISCONSIN LB 6'2" 242 5.36

    Free Agents

    DERRICK BAITY KENTUCKY CB 6'2" 197 4.98
    CODY BARTON UTAH LB 6'2" 237 5.15
    JACKSON BARTON UTAH OT 6'7" 310 5
    ANDREW BECK TEXAS FB/TE
    KENDALL BLANTON MISSOURI TE 6'6" 262 5.04
    LUKE GIFFORD NEBRASKA ILB
    ROBBIE GRIMSLEY NORTH DAKOTA ST S
    RYAN POPE SAN DIEGO ST OT 6'7" 320 5
    JEFF SMITH BOSTON COLLEGE WR
    BUNCHY STALLINGS KENTUCKY G
    SION TAKITAKI BRIGHAM YOUNG OLB 6'1" 238 5.18
    BRIAN WALLACE ARKANSAS OT
     
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    Who do you want in the first three rounds?
     
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    reread your first post...it's all there.
     
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    From what I've been reading, it doesn't sound like Bradbury will be there in the second.
     
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    He could but not at pick #50. He was the most impressive OLineman I watched at the combine but centers usually don't get picked that high. I don't trust Zimmer when it comes to the draft. He's very selfish and likes his defensive guys. That said, the braintrust knows we have overlooked the O Line so there will be pushback. If Zimmer could just realize that at this stage the best thing he can do for the defense is to have an offense that can control the clock and score.

    If we take O Line in the first however I do not think we will take another in the second. The draft is deep enough to get a good one in the third and maybe even the fourth. I'd like to see:

    O Line in the first .. Best available whether tackle guard of center
    Best available in the second even if it's oline
    O Line in the third if we don't take one in the first and second
    running back in the fourth
    Safety in the 6th as this is a very deep draft in safeties.
     
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    You're delusional if you think that's a realistic wish list, push back by management against Zimmer's obsession with defense or not. Remember, Spielman neglected the O-line long before Zimmer was even hired.

    I am extremely skeptical of the notion that they might draft O-line in the 1st. They will probably go defense, maybe WR unless the guys they want the most are gone and their favorite O-lineman is still on the board when they pick. That's just the way the Spielman/Zimmer regime works. No chance in hell they spend 2 of their top 3 picks on O-line unless it's the 2nd and 3rd and O-line guys they're drooling over happen to be there while they feel other positions are getting dried up.

    The rest, sure.
     
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    Yes, that may be wishful thinking when it comes to Spielman. But I have one more scenario I would love to see happen. As you know Spielman likes to have 10 picks in a draft and is not opposed to trading down to get them. It's possible there are up to 10 O Linemen in this draft that are worthy of a first round pick, late first round pick or very high second round pick. I could see there being enough O Linemen left at 18 that Spielman could entertain an offer to trade down and stock up on picks while still getting someone like a Bradbury or Lindstrom.
     
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    I'm with you, man. I just wish Spielman would quit playing games with trading down. The only time it ever makes sense is if it's just by a few picks and "their guy" is almost certain to still be there by the slightly later pick whilst cashing in on an extra lower round pick or two. Trading back like half a round or more is just stupid unless a team is willing to give up significantly more than the higher pick is valued at by grade.
     
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    Keep hearing about trading Trae Waynes. Out of curiosity, Trae packaged with the #50 pick, how far up could the Vikes move up in the draft...early second round?
     
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    Never thought of it that way. However to answer you question, I hear Indy might be a good home for Trae so:

    1) If Indy valued Trae as the 60th pick in the draft it would be enough to move up to Indy's 1st round pick at #26 ..

    2) If Indy valued Trae at pick #86 it would be enough to move up to Indy's pick number #34 ..

    3) Or, if they valued him at #59 they could get Indy's #59 pick without adding another pick ..

    I can understand trading Trae if we have no plans to re sign him next year or to open up 9 million of salary cap, but, only if you think Hill can come back from his suspension and not get in trouble again and if they are confident Hughes will recover from his knee surgery. That would give them no depth in the event one of our top 3 corners went down with an injury and if they trade with Indy, they would probably use a second round pick to take a cornerback for the future ..

    I see that pro football focus had the safety we signed from the AAF graded out at 93.7 and the best player in the league. Sounds like a good backup replacement for Sendejo ..
     
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    Hmmm...who's the best OL in the draft...would pick 18 and 26 be enough to move up to get him, or could you end up with Bradbury and Dillard?
     
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    There are 9 O Linemen worthy of going through Indy's pick number 34. TB, Jax, Buff, NYG are candidates to take O Linemen before we pick leaving us number 5 .. Houston is going to take one at #23 .. A couple more could come off the board by pick #34 leaving one .. There are 4 second tier linemen that means there will probably be one left at #50 if we still have the pick. And then there are a lot of third tier linemen that will probably start in the NFL at some point. But knowing Minnesota they will most likely only take 1 linemen through the second round and another in the third or fourth round .. I hear today is the day teams start going through every player and start stacking their board :)

    San Francisco auctioned off two tickets to be able to sit in their draft room during the draft. They went for $22,000. My brother in law said he would bid on tickets if Minnesota ever did the same. Can you imagine sitting in the war room during the draft. That's probably number one on my bucket list. I bet they take your phone away at the door and strip search you. LOL .. Fine with me!!!
     
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    6.00-6.49
    Should become instant starter
    5.50-5.99
    Chance to become NFL starter
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    NFL.com ranks players in their combine coverage. There are 25 O Linemen that rank above 5.50 .. I've never seen anything like this before. Hope the Vikings are aggressive in this area ..
     
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    PICK 18 .. RD 1

    JONAH WILLIAMS ALABAMA G/OT 6'4" 304 6.3
    ANDRE DILLARD WASHINGTON ST OT 6/5" 315 6.2
    JAWAAN TAYLOR FLORIDA OT 6'5" 312 6.14
    CODY FORD OKLAHOMA G/OT 6'4" 335 5.95

    Trade Down

    GARRETT BRADBURY NC STATE C 6'3" 305 6.12
    DALTON RISNER KANSAS STATE G/OT 6'5" 310 6.05
    CHRIS LINDSTROM BOSTON COLLEGE OG 6'4" 305 5.86
    NOAH FANT IOWA TE 6'4" 249 5.9

    PICK 50 .. RD 2

    PARIS CAMPBELL OHIO STATE WR 6'1" 210 6.11
    ELGTON JENKINS MISS STATE C/OG 6'4" 315 5.85
    DEEBO SAMUEL SOUTH CAROLINA WR 5'11" 205 5.96
    GREG LITTLE OLE MISS OT 6'5" 320 5.86
    ERIK MCCOY TEXAS [email protected] C 6'4" 310 5.99
    MAX SHARPING NORTHERN ILLINOIS OT 6'6" 320 5.83
    CHASE WINOVICH MICHIGAN EDGE 6'3" 256 5.73
    TYTUS HOWARD ALABAMA ST OT 6'5" 320 5.78
    JAYLON FERGUSON LOUISIANA TECH DE 6'5" 265 5.9
    JOHNATHAN ABRAM MISSISSIPPI ST S 5'11" 205 5.85
    I J COLLIER TCU DE 6'2" 283 5.92
    DIANTE THOMPSON ALABAMA S 6'1" 195 5.9
    AMANI HOOKER IOWA S 5'11" 210 5.89
    JOEJUIN WILLIAMS VANDERBILT CB 6'4" 211 5.8
    HAKEEM BUTLER IOWA STATE WR 6'5" 225 5.69
    KELVIN HARMON NC STATE WR 6'3" 220 5.62
    CONNOR MCGOVERN PENN STATE OG 6'4" 320 5.8

    PICK 81 RD 3

    DAVID MONTGOMERY IOWA STATE RB 5'10" 215 5.85
    NATE DAVIS CHARLOTTE OG 6'3" 316 5.71
    YODNY CAJUSTE WEST VIRGINIA OT 6'5" 315 5.59
    KALEB MCGARY WASHINGTON OT 6'7" 320 5.88
    WILL GRIER WEST VIRGINIA QB 6'2" 217 5.43
    MILES SANDERS PENN STATE RB 5'11" 211 5.8
    ISAIAH JOHNSON HOUSTON CB 6'2" 208 5.7
    DARRELL HENDERSON MEMPHIS RB 5'9" 200 5.71
    JUAN THORNHILL VIRGINIA S 6'0" 200 5.76
    CHARLES OMENIHU TEXAS DE 6'5" 280 5.53
    JACE STERNBERGER TEXAS [email protected] TE 6'4" 251 5.62
    OSHANE XIMINES OLD DOMINION DE 6'3" 253 5.74
    DAVID LONG MICHIGAN CB 5'11" 196 5.73
    JOSH OLIVER SAN JOSE ST TE 6'5" 249 5.63
    ANDY ISABELLA MASSACHUSETTS WR 5'8" 190 5.57
    JALEN HURD BAYLOR WR 6'5" 227 5.74
    MILES BOYKIN ND WR 6'4" 220 5.67
    BLAKE CASHMAN MINNESOTA LB 6'1" 237 5.39

    PICK 120 RD 4

    MICHAEL JORDON OHIO STATE C/OG 6'5" 310 5.69
    KENSLEY KEKE TEXAS [email protected] DT 6'3" 288 5.61
    GERALD WILLIS MIAMI DT 6'2" 302 5.54
    TYREE JACKSON BUFFALO QB 6'7" 245 5.29
    BOBBY EVANS OKLAHOMA OG 6'3" 310 5.51
    MICHAEL DEITER WISCONSIN OG 6'6" 320 5.66
    CHUMA EDOGA USC OT 6'4" 305 5.65
    TERRY MCLAURIN OHIO STATE WR 6'0" 208 5.58
    DRUE SAMIA OKLAHOMA OG 6'5" 305 5.6
    ANTHONY NELSON IOWA DE 6'7" 271 5.74
    KHLEN SANDERS WESTERN ILLINOIS DT 6'0" 324 5.6
    ANTHONY JOHNSON BUFFALO WR 6'1" 210 5.49
    KANDEN SMITH STANFORD TE 6'5" 250 5.42
    OLI UDOH ELON OT 6'5" 336 5.29
    SHAQ CALHOUN MISS ST OG 6'4" 310 5.5
    FRED JOHNSON FLORIDA OG 6'7" 326 5.36
    BEN BURR KIRVIN WASHINGTON LB 6'0" 230 5.33
    LAMONT GAILLARD GEORGIA C/G 6'3" 305 5.63
    TREY PIPKENS SIOUX FALLS OT 6'6" 305 5.39
    DENIS DALEY SOUTH CAROLINA OT 6'5" 305 5.64

    PICKS 190/209 RD 6

    DAVID EDWARDS WISCONSIN OT 6'7" 315 5.42
    MIKE BELL FRESNO ST S 6'3" 210 5.67
    BENNY SNELL KENTUCKY RB 5'10" 215 5.39
    RODNEY ANDERSON OKLAHOMA RB 6'1" 220 5.63
    JUSTICE HILL OKLAHOMA ST RB 5'10 198 5.48
    KARAN HIGDON MICHIGAN RB 5'10" 202 5.48
    DEVIE OZEBO NEBRASKA RB 5'11" 222 O
    BRYCE LOVE STANFORD RB 5'9" 200 5.53
    BEAU BENZSCHAWEL WISCONSIN OG 6'6" 305 5.53
    PHIL HAYNES WAKE FOREST OG 6'4" 315 5.46
    TERRILL HANKS NEW MEXICO ST LB 6'2" 242 5.25
    GARY JENNINGS WEST VIRGINIA WR 6'1" 214 5.43
    ISAIAH PRINCE OHIO STATE OT 6'5" 310 5.6
    BEN POWERS OKLAHOMA OG 6'4" 310 5.4
    PAIL ADAMS MIZZOU OT 6'6" 317 5.38
    HJALTE FROHOLDT ARKANSAS OG 6'4" 305 5.31
    MARVELL TELL USC S 6'2" 198 5.5
    RYAN BATES PENN STATE G 6'4" 306 5.15
    TREVON TATE MEMPHIS G 6'2" 293 5.22
    TYREE ST. LOUIS MIAMI OT 6'5" 310
    DI ARMON WATTS ARKANSAS DT 6'5" 300 5.58
    SHELDRICK REDWINE MIAMI S 6'0" 196 5.55
    GREG GAINES WASHINGTON DT 6'1" 312 5.37

    PICKS 247/250 RD 7

    MITCH HYATT CLEMSON OT 6'5" 305 5.33
    DONNELL GREENE MINNESOTA OT 6'5" 335 5.33
    RYPIEN BOISE STATE QB 6'2" 210 5.11
    NICK FITZGERALD MISSISSIPPI ST QB 6'5" 226 4.95
    LIL JORDON TEXAS WR 6'3" 220 5.16
    TYLER ROEMER SAN DIEGO ST OT 6'6" 312 5.5
    JAMES O'HAGEN BUFFALO C 6'3" 305
    ROSS PIERSCHBACKER ALABAMA C/G 6'3" 305 5.33
    BRANDON KNIGHT INDIANA OT 6'4" 314 5.24
    JOSH NIJMAM VIRGINIA OL 6'7" 324 5.34
    DERWIN GRAY MARYLAND OT 6'4" 320 5.47
    EASTON STICK ND STATE QB 6'2" 220 4.95
    JOE LOWERY OHIO OG 6'7" 310
    NATE HERBIG STANFORD OG 6'4" 330 5.1
    MARTEZ IVORY FLORIDA OT 6'5" 310 5.15
    RYAN CONNELLY WISCONSIN LB 6'2" 242 5.36
    SAM MUSTIPHER NOTRE DAME C/G 6'2" 305

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    DERRICK BAITY KENTUCKY CB 6'2" 197 4.98
    CODY BARTON UTAH LB 6'2" 237 5.15
    JACKSON BARTON UTAH OT 6'7" 310 5
    ANDREW BECK TEXAS FB/TE 6'3" 255
    KENDALL BLANTON MISSOURI TE 6'6" 262 5.04
    LUKE GIFFORD NEBRASKA ILB 6'4" 245
    ROBBIE GRIMSLEY NORTH DAKOTA ST S 6'0" 198
    RYAN POPE SAN DIEGO ST OT 6'7" 320 5
    JEFF SMITH BOSTON COLLEGE WR 6'1" 195
    BUNCHY STALLINGS KENTUCKY G 6'3" 335
    SION TAKITAKI BRIGHAM YOUNG OLB 6'1" 238 5.18
    BRIAN WALLACE ARKANSAS OT 6'6" 320
    CALVIN ANDERSON TEXAS OT 6'5" 305
     
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