NJ29 Posted April 22, 2007 Report Share Posted April 22, 2007 1. Darrelle Revis - CB - PittsburghA big, strong, fast, physical corner. A guy who can come up and help in run support, unlike Tory. He and JJ would pair up as two of the best young corners in the league, who can also tackle, teaming up with Madieu and Dexter to make a secondary that would be very difficult to throw on.2. Steve Smith - WR - USCOkay, I know, I'm not on the bandwagon of taking receivers either. I don't think that it's a huge need, but I do think that we'll take another one at some point in the draft. Without any great defensive talents on the board, Smith makes the most sense of any offensive option. (Not a damn tight end, please.) He runs great routes, goes over the middle well, and is a good character and solid leader. He would fit in perfectly right away.4. Earl Everett - OLB - FloridaHas been tested on the highest level of college competition, and makes plays when it counts. Too many past draft picks have been counted on because of athletic ability rather than playing ability. Good, versatile pass rusher from the outside who showed the ability to cover tight ends and backs well.5. Matt Toeaina - DT - OregonClassic overacheiver who is intense, tough, strong and competitive, who would come in and contribute with a workman-like attitude, just as Peko did. 6. Eric Wicks - SS - West VirginiaI remeber watching WVU games last year to watch Jahmile Addae, the safety that I was pimpin' last year, who went undrafted. When I watched, Wicks was making plays all over the place. I watched a lot of games, and Wicks was a force in many of them. He played all three safety positions at WVU, bringing versatility to the table that Marvin loves. Can also contribute on special teams.7. Chad Nkang - LB - ElonCould slip due to concerns about size, lack of experience against top flight competition, ability to shed blocks, and instincts. Where he would be great is as a special teams ace, where his speed and range would help replace the departed Marcus Wilkins. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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