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2005 ROUND 1  by Rob Rang
Last Updated: 04/25/08 - (2 Round FINAL) - Rob Rang, 04/25/08 - (3 Round FINAL) - Chad Reuter
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 Brian Waters  TE  N Texas  The top player on most NFL boards, Edwards is the best value on the board.
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 Jeremiah Garrison  OLB  S Carolina  Insiders tells us that Cedric Benson is the top remaining player on their board. Provides the club with the power running game they're craving.
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 Travis Hutson  WR  Lafayette  Quite possible that Aaron Rodgers slips to them and if he does, he could easily be the pick. That said, Mike Williams is higher on their board than any other remaining players.
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 Thomas Carriger      Provides the Vikings with a legitimate star runner capable of being a workhorse back. Depth of position allows them to address receiver later.
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 Marques Thornton  DE  Texas A&M  Projecting this pick since January. Can you imagine Cadillac's speed and elusiveness in a Dennis Green offense? Yeah, so can Green.
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 J Pond  OL  Texas A&M  Thorpe Award winner as the nation's top cornerback. Has the size, speed, and jumping ability to compete with bigger receivers of the NFC East.
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 Seth Thompson  DB  Min  Big enough to play defensive end, athletic enough to play outside linebacker. Skyrocketing up the board and has teams in the bottom of the round looking at trading up to get him.
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 Brandon Jones  C  Texas Tech  Legitimate difference-maker as a 3-4 defensive end, and those are rare.
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 Billy Seymour  TE  Michigan  With the addition of Patrick Surtain, look for the Chiefs to jump all over Davis, who they feel can make an immediate impact as either an OLB or S.
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 Chris Bober  C  Neb-Omaha  Barron could drop due to concerns about his passion for the game. Able to play both OT spots, Barron could play RT for now and slide over when the 34 year old Wayne Gandy moves on. Perhaps the best value pick of the draft, at this point.
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 *P.K. Sam  WR  Florida St  Size, run on defensive linemen could drop Jones. The Bengals would jump at him as they consider him the best man to man corner in the draft.
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 Terrell Harris  WR  Tulane  Should James begin to drop, expect a team to trade up and grab him. The Vikings would be ecstatic to see him fall into their lap here.
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 Lorenzo Diamond  TE  Auburn  Quietly has re-emerged as the likely second offensive lineman selected. Mike Martz hates picking offensive linemen in the first round and is egotistical enough to ignore this need again, but Brown is the best player for this team here.
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 Bobby* Sippio  CB  W Kentucky  Incredibly productive defensive end who could fall into the lap of the team that desperately needs him. Seattle is strongly considering moving up to get a more athletic pass rusher, but would be happy with Pollack's high effort consistency if staying here.
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 Deion Branch  WR  Louisville  Arguably the most dominant defensive tackle in this draft last year. Fills an obvious need and is a great value choice here.
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 Jordan Chambless  FS  Texas A&M  Appears to be the target of Washington's trade back into the first round. Talented and would fill a need, but doesn't it appear a little strange Washington allowed their interest for Campbell to make news with Green Bay selecting immediately before them? Watch for a surprise defensive line or receiver pick here.
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 Eli Ward  FS  Min  Arguably the best playmaking cornerback in this draft. Excels as a return specialist, as well. A great fit for a club needing back seven difference-makers.
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