Round 1- Pick 10 (via Denver): Terrence Cody- NT Alabama*
Cody is a force that will be used with Seymour and Ellis to create havic. Affordable with the release of Gerard Warren.
Round 2- Pick 40: Myron Rolle- S/CB Florida State
Rolle, scholar student athlete, is also a smart DB at reading offenses and creating INTs.
Round 2- Pick 50 (via Denver): Everson Griffin- DL USC
Griffin is a force. Also, defensive players from Pete Carroll's system always seem to do well in the NFL. All of these 3 picks are of course, athletic freaks.
Round 3- Pick 72: Sam Young T-Notre Dame
Sam Young was in the Top 10 of fewest committed penalties, an uplifting change from jumpy and holdy Cornell Green.
Round 3- Pick 91 (via NE): Dexter McCluster RB-Ole Miss
The fastest player in the draft. Although RB is not a position of need, McCluster's 40 time will be to attractive to pass up.
Round 4- Pick 104: Dan LeFeuvor QB- Central Michigan
Our franchise QB is selected here. If Dan played at Texas or Alabama, he would be a Top 10 pick. Lots of talent, and whoever wins the QB battle of Gradkowski and LeFeuvor deserves to QB the Oakland Raiders.
Other possible pick: Max Hall- QB BYU
Round 5- Pick 137: Wondy Pierre-Louis- CB Florida
Pierre-Louis was a stud in the 2007 BCS Title Game. Hopefully, WPL will return to that form to replace Stanford Routt as Nickel back.
Round 5- Pick 146: Riley Cooper- WR Florida (Look Familiar- See Murphy, Louis)
Riley Cooper-A clone of Louis Murphy. Enough Said.
Round 7- Pick 200: Marvin Austin- DT North Carolina
Runs a 4.9 at DT. Al Davis will target him from a mile away. Pro Bowl, here we come!
*Denver trades Pick 10 and Pick 50 for Oakland's Pick 8
Very possible as Denver would like to hop Seattle for this pick and to replace Noodle Arm Kyle Orton. So, Pick 8 used on Sam Bradford- QB Oklahoma