Wednesday, March 11, 2009

2009 NFL Mock Draft



Chris Sedenka from WJAB and Matty sit down and hash out a mock draft. Picks 1-10 today, Chris takes the odd, Matt takes the even.

1st pick: Detroit Lions: Eugene Monroe, OT, UVA
Outstanding tackle, who could be someone to build around for years. We all know that Detroit will take Stafford though.

2nd Pick: St Louis Rams: Jason Smith, OT Baylor
After releasing Orlando Pace and neglecting the offensive line in last year's draft, the Rams look to lock up the wunderkid from Baylor.

3rd pick: Kansas City Chiefs: Aaron Curry, LB Wake
For a team that is rebuilding what is better than an impact Linebacker from Day 1


4th pick: Seattle Seahawks: Malcolm Jenkins, CB Ohio ST
In a division that has the high flying Arizona Cardinals offense, the Seahawks need to beef up their defensive backfield to compete. Jenkins should be a good addition.

5th Pick: Cleveland Browns: Brian Orakpo, DE/OLB Texas
This team desperately needs speed on the outside. Orakpo can step right in with his athleticism
and give Eric Mangini the type of player he had hoped Vernon Gholston would be.

6th Pick: Cincinnati Bengals: Michael Crabtree, WR Texas Tech
TJ Houshmanzadeh has left the building, Chris Henry could show up on a police blotter any second, and Chad Johnson is dying to leave. What better way to re-stock Carson Palmer's arsenal than with the Red Raider wideout.

7th Pick: Oakland Raiders: Jeremy Maclin, WR, Mizzou
This team desperately needs a game breaker. Maclin has great open-field speed and will progress as a wideout.

8th Pick: Jacksonville Jaguars: Matthew Stafford, QB Georgia
A projected number one overall pick falls in the Jags lap, and if last year proved anything it was that David Garrard was not that good.

9th Pick: Green Bay Packers:
BJ Raji, DT, Boston College
The new 3-4 defense needs an anchor. Raji is that anchor. He impressed at the combine and should be a starter right away.

10th Pick: San Francisco 49ers: Mark Sanchez, QB, USC
Do the 49ers finally admit Alex Smith is not going to pan out? Is Shaun Hill the answer? Have I sued too many question marks? Sanchez is a California guy, and the 49ers would love to keep that connection as they attempt to work out a new stadium deal.

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