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2007 ROUND 2  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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 Justin Blalock  OG  Texas  Regardless of which quarterback the Raiders select, they need help up front.
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 John Beck  QB  BYU  Offensive coordinator Mike Martz loves Beck's accuracy and intelligence, and the Lions think he'll be off the board before the third round.
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 *Dwayne Jarrett  WR  USC  If the Bucs aren't able to move up to get Calvin Johnson, Jarrett would be a suitable consolation.
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 Ryan Kalil  C  USC  Capable of starting at any of the three interior positions.
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 *Lawrence Timmons  OLB  Florida St  Possessing instincts and athleticism, the Bears protect themselves against a Briggs holdout or trade.
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 Ray McDonald  DE  Florida  The Cardinals expect to implement some of the 3-4 alignment. McDonald has the size and strength to be effective in either the 3-4 or 4-3 schemes.
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 Steve Smith  WR  USC  If unable to trade up for Calvin Johnson in the first round, Smith would be an attractive option here.
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 Trent Edwards  QB  Stanford  The Dolphins need someone -- anyone -- to help at quarterback.
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 Buster Davis  WR  Georgia Tech  The most successful receiver currently on the Vikings' roster is journeyman Bobby Shaw.
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 Tony Ugoh  OT  Ark  The 49ers would like to add competition at each of the tackle positions, and Ugoh has plenty of upside.
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 Marcus McCauley  CB  Fresno St  The Bills are forced to look toward the draft for a replacement for Nate Clements.
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 Ikaika Alama-Francis  DE  Hawaii  The Falcons may have to completely retool their defensive line with Patrick Kerney leaving and Grady Jackson suing the team.
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 *Zach Miller  TE  Arizona St  The Panthers hope to make tight end more of a featured weapon next year.
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 LaMarr Woodley  DE  Michigan  The Steelers need to add depth at linebacker. Woodley is athletic enough to help here, or transition back to end if the team goes with the 4-3.
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 Eric Weddle  SS  Utah  Marquand Manuel was a huge disappointment last season, and Weddle's versatility and playmaking ability are intriguing.
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 Drew Stanton  QB  Michigan St  Maybe rather than adding new receivers each year, the club should groom a new quarterback.
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 Paul Posluszny  OLB  Penn St  A few months ago the Bengals would have considered him in the first round, but poor workouts have Posluszny dropping.
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 Anthony Spencer  DE  Purdue  Talented pass rusher capable of relieving some of the pressure on Kyle Vanden Bosch.
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 *Eric Wright  CB  UNLV  Cornerback is a huge mess for the Giants, and Wright has first-round ability.
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 *Anthony Gonzalez  WR  Ohio St  The Rams would like to add some depth at receiver and might find Gonzalez too much to pass up here.
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 Josh Wilson  CB  Maryland  A tough guy despite his lack of size, Wilson's speed and tackling make him a solid value in the mid to late second round.
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 Tank Tyler  DT  NC State  Defensive tackle is arguably the Chiefs' biggest need, and Tyler is a value at this point in the draft.
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 Dante Hughes  CB  Texas Tech  The last team to make a pick in the 2007 draft, the Seahawks are forced to wait and take the best available player here. Seattle would prefer a better athlete, but Hughes' instincts make him a nice fit.
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 *Charles Johnson  DE  Georgia  The Broncos want to add a pass rusher via the draft, and Johnson is a solid value pick here.
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 Brian Leonard  RB  Rutgers  Would provide a versatile option to play along Brian Westbrook.
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 Jonathan Wade  CB  Tennessee  Even with the addition of Jason David, the Saints would like to add more depth at cornerback.
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 Samson Satele  C  Hawaii  A four-year starter, Satele has experience at guard and center and would stabilize the Jets' interior.
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 Turk McBride  DT  Tennessee  The Dolphins would like to add some depth to their defensive interior and McBride's versatility is a plus.
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 Kevin Kolb  QB  Houston  The Ravens are planning to spend a first-day selection on a quarterback and are high on Kolb's passing.
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 Tanard Jackson  FS  Syracuse  Rumors of off-field concerns could cause Jackson's stock to plummet, but the Chargers clearly need secondary help.
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 Jason Hill  WR  Wash St  The Jets want more depth at receiver and Hill's Combine showing (4.32-second 40-yard dash) shows he has the speed Jerricho Cotchery, Laveranues Coles and Justin McCareins lack.
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 Victor Abiamiri  DE  Notre Dame  A possible successor for Dewayne White (or perhaps Simeon Rice?)
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