NFL Draft: Day Two Gems
Atlanta Falcons: Garrett Reynolds OT North Carolina...Great depth pick who could fill in as a starter down the road
Baltimore Ravens: Cedric Peerman RB Virginia...Speed back who should see the field early
Buffalo Bills: Shawn Nelson TE Southern Mississippi...Terrific selection and likely day one starter.
Carolina Panthers: Duke Robinson OG Oklahoma...Big man who will open holes for the Panthers ground game.
Chicago Bears: Marcus Freeman LB Ohio State...Great pick that should push his way into the starting lineup within a year.
Cincinnati Bengals: Chase Coffman TE Missouri...I remember saying years ago “just throw it to Paul Coffman” now the Bengals fans will say “just throw it to Chase.”
Cleveland Browns: James Davis RB Clemson...Nice No. 2 to Jamal Lewis and could be the steal of the draft.
Dallas Cowboys: Mike Mickens CB Cincinnati...Could push to be 3rd corner by the end of the year.
Denver Broncos: Seth Olsen OG Iowa...As they shift to the new regime Olsen could be a starter by the end of the year.
Detroit Lions: Derrick Williams WR Penn State..Perfect No. 2 receiver to go with Calvin Johnson.
Green Bay Packers: Jamon Meredith OT South Carolina...Nice depth and should see time at RT and RG this year.
Houston Texans: James Casey TE Rice...Multi-talented player who might just a breakout star in 2009.
Indianapolis Colts: Terrance Taylor DT Michigan...Big clog for the middle of the defense.
Jacksonville Jaguars: Rashad Jennings RB Liberty...Should develop into a nice No. 2 now that Fred Taylor is gone to Maurice Jones-Drew
Kansas City Chiefs: Donald Washington CB Ohio State...Should be nickel corner by the end of the year.
Miami Dolphins: Andrew Gardner OT Georgia Tech...Will provide great depth and could contend for a right tackle slot down the road.
Minnesota Vikings: Jasper Brinkley LB South Carolina...Worthwhile pick at that point. Likely to provide depth at most LB slots.
New England Patriots: Tyrone McKenzie LB South Florida...Steal for the Pats as if he went to USC, Texas or Florida would have gone a round earlier
New Orleans Saints: Chip Vaughn DB Wake Forest...Nice size and speed for a safety should help on special teams this year.
NY Giants: Travis Beckum TE Wisconsin...Could be the long term answer for the Giants at TE down the road.
NY Jets: Shonn Greene RB Iowa...May have cost too much but should be a nice No. 2 back down the road.
Oakland Raiders: Louis Murphy WR Florida...Solid player who hopefully will erase the Florida receiver curse.
Philadelphia Eagles: Victor Harris DB Virginia Tech...Solid player who should make a significant contribution this year on special teams.
Pittsburgh Steelers: Mike Wallace WR Mississippi...Unreal speed and should be the 3rd receiver in 2010.
St. Louis Rams: Dorell Scott DT Clemson...Big clog for the middle of the line and provide excellent depth.
San Diego Chargers: Kevin Ellison DB USC...Nice value pick who should make his paycheck on special teams this year and start in 2010.
San Francisco 49ers: Scott McKilliop LB Pittsburgh...Singletary kind of guy who learned the basics to make it in the NFL at Pittsburgh under former NFL HC Dave Wannstedt.
Seattle Seahawks: Deon Butler WR Penn State...Should develop into a nice No. 3 down the road.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Sammie Strougther WR Oregon State...New regime gives Sammie a great opportunity to develop
Tennessee Titans: Troy Kropog OT Tulane...Could blossom into a starter down the road.
Washington Redskins: Kevin Barnes DB Maryland...Once he learns it’s better to be seen and not heard he can make a difference on this team.
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