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1st round: OG Justin Blalock - Texas

Blalock is the guy we need on the interior line to open up holes in the running game. He's known as a tough, very smart prospect who rarey makes mental mistakes. Is a fantastic run blocking guard in the mold of Shawn Andrews. Will instantly bring attitude and smashmouth run blocking to the offensive line.

2nd round: OLB LaMarr Woodley - Michigan

Won the Lombardi trophy in his senior year. Is known as a team leader and playmaking tweener prospect. Has all the traits that out front office loves. He's hard working, dedicated, has a non-stop motor, and possesses a killer instinct. Very good all around player that doesn't do anything great but does everything well. A nice complement on the outside to Bryan Thomas.

2nd round: CB Josh Wilson - Maryland

Doesn't have ideal height (5'9) but plays big for a player his size. Is very good in man coverage and will always give an effort against the run. A scrappy little guy. Has top flight speed and is known as being smart and a quick learner.

3rd round: NT Brandon Mebane - California

Mebane is stout at the point of attack and translates well as a 3-4 nosetackle at the next level. Hardworker with top flight intangibles and a motor that never quits. Is built like a tank at 6'1 310 and could still add on another 25-30 pounds. Could develop into our future starting NT.

5th round: WR Matt Trannon - Michigan State

Didn't get a lot of oppurtunies with the Spartans but when the ball was in his hands, it usually went for a big gain. Has terriffic size at 6'6 216 and is a big threat in the redzone. Also has good speed for a kid his size (4.5 forty).

6th round: OLB Jyles Tucker - Wake Forest

Word is the Jets are very high on this kid and we could very well select him in the late rounds. Has received comparisons to Dallas standout DeMarcus Ware and translates well to the 3-4. Was an underrated college played who splashed onto the scene with his proday workout.

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1st round: OG Justin Blalock - Texas

Blalock is the guy we need on the interior line to open up holes in the running game. He's known as a tough, very smart prospect who rarey makes mental mistakes. Is a fantastic run blocking guard in the mold of Shawn Andrews. Will instantly bring attitude and smashmouth run blocking to the offensive line.

2nd round: OLB LaMarr Woodley - Michigan

Won the Lombardi trophy in his senior year. Is known as a team leader and playmaking tweener prospect. Has all the traits that out front office loves. He's hard working, dedicated, has a non-stop motor, and possesses a killer instinct. Very good all around player that doesn't do anything great but does everything well. A nice complement on the outside to Bryan Thomas.

2nd round: CB Josh Wilson - Maryland

Doesn't have ideal height (5'9) but plays big for a player his size. Is very good in man coverage and will always give an effort against the run. A scrappy little guy. Has top flight speed and is known as being smart and a quick learner.

3rd round: NT Brandon Mebane - California

Mebane is stout at the point of attack and translates well as a 3-4 nosetackle at the next level. Hardworker with top flight intangibles and a motor that never quits. Is built like a tank at 6'1 310 and could still add on another 25-30 pounds. Could develop into our future starting NT.

5th round: WR Matt Trannon - Michigan State

Didn't get a lot of oppurtunies with the Spartans but when the ball was in his hands, it usually went for a big gain. Has terriffic size at 6'6 216 and is a big threat in the redzone. Also has good speed for a kid his size (4.5 forty).

6th round: OLB Jyles Tucker - Wake Forest

Word is the Jets are very high on this kid and we could very well select him in the late rounds. Has received comparisons to Dallas standout DeMarcus Ware and translates well to the 3-4. Was an underrated college played who splashed onto the scene with his proday workout.

I like those picks and would be pretty happy with that draft.

BUT, I think the first pick will be a CB and 2b will be a huge mauler RG or RT.... I just don't see Tangini spending another first round pick on the Oline when we could use some work on defense... regardless, Blalock certainly would still be an excellent pick.

Either way, I trust the FO to make the right/best decisions for this team.

::GoJets:

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I don't see how a 6th round pick can be compared to DeMarcus Ware.

Not bashing you personally, but I see this every year. Late round picks that get compared to NFL stars. If the dude was comparable to DeMarcus Ware, he wouldn't last until the 6th round.

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1st round: OG Justin Blalock - Texas

Blalock is the guy we need on the interior line to open up holes in the running game. He's known as a tough, very smart prospect who rarey makes mental mistakes. Is a fantastic run blocking guard in the mold of Shawn Andrews. Will instantly bring attitude and smashmouth run blocking to the offensive line.

2nd round: OLB LaMarr Woodley - Michigan

Won the Lombardi trophy in his senior year. Is known as a team leader and playmaking tweener prospect. Has all the traits that out front office loves. He's hard working, dedicated, has a non-stop motor, and possesses a killer instinct. Very good all around player that doesn't do anything great but does everything well. A nice complement on the outside to Bryan Thomas.

2nd round: CB Josh Wilson - Maryland

Doesn't have ideal height (5'9) but plays big for a player his size. Is very good in man coverage and will always give an effort against the run. A scrappy little guy. Has top flight speed and is known as being smart and a quick learner.

3rd round: NT Brandon Mebane - California

Mebane is stout at the point of attack and translates well as a 3-4 nosetackle at the next level. Hardworker with top flight intangibles and a motor that never quits. Is built like a tank at 6'1 310 and could still add on another 25-30 pounds. Could develop into our future starting NT.

5th round: WR Matt Trannon - Michigan State

Didn't get a lot of oppurtunies with the Spartans but when the ball was in his hands, it usually went for a big gain. Has terriffic size at 6'6 216 and is a big threat in the redzone. Also has good speed for a kid his size (4.5 forty).

6th round: OLB Jyles Tucker - Wake Forest

Word is the Jets are very high on this kid and we could very well select him in the late rounds. Has received comparisons to Dallas standout DeMarcus Ware and translates well to the 3-4. Was an underrated college played who splashed onto the scene with his proday workout.

Nice work. I'm hoping Mebane is there in the 3rd but I really have my doubts, especially with us picking so late in the round. I have the WF Bowl game on tape so I'll watch it this week but I'm always leary of these major school sleepers who suddenly have a great combine and are "moving" up the board. CAN HE PLAY FOOTBALL? SHOW ME THE TAPES !

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