My Pick: Major Wright
(S--Florida, 6-1/2, 208 lbs.)
Major Wright has all of the intangibles in the world to be a Dawkins-esque player, and whew it took a lot out of me to say that, but bear with me. He's got outstanding instincts, great size, great ball skills, and not to mention he's someone who will lay a lick on your receivers if they come over the middle.
Wright is only a junior, and he will slide because of it. I have mixed feelings about him declaring early because he could of gotten a lot better by staying another year, but the talent is there for the taking, even this late in the draft.
Andy Reid's Pick: Joe McKnight
(RB--USC, 5-11, 198 lbs.)
From what I've seen out of Westbrook this year, he will most likely need a replacement, and what better way to do that than getting a guy with the kind of value that McKnight carries along with him in his flashy new SUV.
With Pete Carrol leaving he probably made a good decision to declare, not knowing what the new coach(es) would bring. Reid loves drafting the same kind of players year-after-year, and McKnight falls into the same "scat-back" category as Westbrook and Shady McCoy.