2007 NFL Draft: Re-Drafting the Top 10 Picks

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2007 NFL Draft: Re-Drafting the Top 10 Picks
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The 2007 NFL draft was ripe with talent, and the teams that drafted wisely have reaped huge rewards.

The draft included arguably the NFL's best wide receiver, running back and corner who've all become the faces of their respective franchises. It also included No. 1 pick JaMarcus Russell, now considered to be one of the biggest busts in NFL history.

Simply put, if this were an alternate universe and the league's general managers had the opportunity to re-draft the 2007 class, it would drastically alter the landscape of the NFL as we know it. Can you imagine if the Tampa Bay Buccaneers had passed on Gaines Adams and selected one of the best cornerbacks of all time instead? What if the Cardinals had foreseen the enormous ability that perennial Pro Bowler Patrick Willis had before selecting Levi Brown at No. 5 overall? 

While I considered individual team's needs, this list reflects the best player available at each draft position. Let's take a look at how the first 10 picks of the 2007 NFL draft would likely unfold if they re-drafted today.

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