Free agent signings post-draft
Travis LaBoy – DE/OLB
Chester Pitts – OG
NFL Draft 2010
1. Rams - Sam Bradford, QB (Oklahoma)*
2. Lions - Ndamukong Suh, DT (Nebraska)
3. Buccaneers - Gerald McCoy, DT (Oklahoma)*
4. Redskins - Russell Okung, OT (Oklahoma St.)
5. Chiefs - Trent Williams, OT (Oklahoma)
6. Seahawks - Derrick Morgan, DE (Georgia Tech)*
7. Browns – Eric Berry, DB (Tennessee)*
8. Raiders – Anthony Davis, OT (Rutgers)*
9. Bills - Jimmy Clausen, QB (Notre Dame)*
10. Jaguars - Joe Haden, CB (Florida)*
11. Broncos - Rolando McClain, ILB (Alabama)*
12. Dolphins - Dan Williams, NT (Tennessee)
R1-13) Bryan Bulaga, OT (Iowa)*
Recent chatter has Bulaga slipping due to short arms and lack of elite athleticism (potential RTO), but would be a real nice find for us here. Fundamentally sound lineman who would be an immediate upgrade at RT (our greatest need) from day one.
R1-17) Earl Thomas, CB (Texas)*
Speed, athleticism and playmaking ability all in one package. Was likely to move to CB for his senior season; will now sit behind Nate his rookie year and play a lot of nickel. Could end up being the top CB to come out of this draft; worse case, could move to FS in a few years and be a top-tier player (see Antrell Rolle).
Rd. 2.) Reshad Jones, SS (Georgia)*
Very raw, but extremely athletic combo safety. Might take a few years to really "get it," but could eventually combine with Goldson to form a dynamic duo at the safety spot.
Rd. 3.) Donald Butler, ILB (Washington)
Big, strong, tough and fast...projects as a backup to Willis or the eventual replacement for Spikes on the strong side.
Rd. 4.) Torrell Troup, NT (Central Florida)
Depth for Franklin and insurance in the event AF doesn't sign a long-term deal.
Rd. 5.) LeRoy Vann, WR/KR/PR (Florida A&M)
Bit of a reach, but reaching in the later rounds is ok, especially when you're talking about one of the best special teams players in all of college football. Will likely not see any time at CB; might try to use him as a slot WR along with his KR/PR duties.
Rd. 6.) Chris Scott, OT/OG (Tennessee)
More athletic version of Adam Snyder (which isn't saying much).
Rd. 6.) Bryan McCann, CB/KR (SMU)
Speed, speed and more speed at CB. Relatively under the radar prospect who ran a 4.28 at his pro day, had 11 career picks and averaged 24.2 on kickoff returns in 2009 (just behind Trindon Holiday).
Rd. 7.) Junior Galette, DE/OLB (Stillman)
Super quick with strong pass rush moves; a little undersized and needs a few years of seasoning on the practice squad. Great 10 yard splits and excellent times in the quickness drills at the combine.
QB - Smith, Carr, Davis
RB - Gore, Coffee, Robinson
FB - Norris, Miller
WR - Crabtree, Morgan, Jones, Hill, Zeigler, Vann*
TE - Davis, Walker, Curtis, Finley
OT - Staley, Sims, Bulaga*, Boone, Snyder (G/T)
OG - Rachal, Pitts, Baas, Wragge, Scott (G/T)*
OC - Heitmann, Wallace
DE - JSmith, Sopoaga, McDonald, Balmer, Evans
NT - Franklin, Francois, Troup*
ILB - Willis, Spikes, McKillop, Wilhelm, Butler*
OLB - Haralson, Lawson, Brooks, LaBoy, Briggs, Galette*
CB - Clements, Spencer, Brown, Paymah, Thomas*, McCann*
S - Goldson, Lewis, RSmith, Taylor, Jones*
[ Edited by GhostofFredDean74 on Apr 14, 2010 at 5:06 PM ]