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AB's Post Combine WZ Collaborative Mock Draft- Picks Thread - huck(NYG)

RT is the biggest need, and Niners have to take care of that need in this year's draft. Safety was also given a look here, and if Cam Thomas was here - it would have been difficult to pass him here. But too much of a risk to not take a RT here. Tony Washington, a 6'6 310lb OT has the talent to be the first rounder, but he committed a sick mistake when he was 16. But, that has been his only mistake, and everyone deserves a second chance. He is a prototype RT - who can play LT too. So, with that in mind - the San Francisco address their RT need by drafting:

RT Tony Washington, Abilene Christian 6'6 310lbs

Chiefs need to give their QB more options in the passing game opposite Bowe. They draft a bigger WR (than Bowe) -
WR Demaryius Thomas, Georgia Tech
Originally posted by 49ersMyLife:
Chiefs need to give their QB more options in the passing game opposite Bowe. They draft a bigger WR (than Bowe) -
WR Demaryius Thomas, Georgia Tech

Already drafted by the Bucs.
KC Chiefs will shore up their secondary by drafting a CB to play opposite Flower. Chiefs draft
CB Kareem Jackson - Alabama
Texans need a playmaker at FS and select Morgan Burnett out of Georgia Tech.

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The Pittsburgh Steelers select

Patrick Robinson CB, Fla St.
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[ Edited by GhostofFredDean74 on Mar 23, 2010 at 12:24:30 ]
The patriots need help at WR with Randy Moss not getting younger and Wes Welker returning from a nasty injury. So they select

Damian Williams, WR
Cincy continues to upgrade it's D with selection of:

DE, Corey Wooten, Northwestern:
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[ Edited by TexasNiner on Mar 23, 2010 at 21:49:03 ]
Eagles select Dominique Franks CB Oklahoma
Jared Veldheer is the pick for GB.
Baltimore makes another defensive upgrade, selecting Wake Forrest CB, Brandon Ghee.
In sheer amazement, Arizona has found themselves in a tough predicament. In need of some OLB, ILB, and S help, they have some very nice options. After much deliberation and some threats of pulling a "Cable", Arizona selects:


Ricky Sapp, OLB/DE, Clemson




With so many choices, Ricky Sapp offers 1st round talent late in the second. Size, speed, and a nonstop motor will provide Arizona a possible all-pro to learn under Joey Porter. As much as safety and inside linebacker may be more of an immediate need, Sapp's potential is too good to pass up for their 3-4 defense.
Dallas Cowboys fill another need with the selection of CB/Return Specialist Akwasi Owusu-Ansah, Indiana University of Pennsylvania
The Chargers look to revamp a horrid secondary withe the Safety out of LSU Chad Jones