2006 GM Mock Draft

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  1. doc

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    With the 12th pick, the Cleveland Browns select Michael Huff, S, Texas


    (Carpy pm'd his choice)
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  2. bulluck4dMVP

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    with the 13th pick in the 2006 NFL Draft, the Baltimore Ravens select LenDale White, RB USC 6'1 235. Excellent between the tackles runner whom was overshadowed by Bush and actually had more rushing yards than him also. Potential starter right away.
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    The next pick # 14 Philadelphia is "idrockfan". He/she didn't bother making The Titans' pick he was supposed to make at #3, so I doubt he/she will be offering any input on this selection.
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    With the 14th pick in the 2006 NFL Draft, the Philidelphia Eagles select Haloti Ngata , DT Oregon
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  5. Fry

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    with the 15th pick in the 2006 nfl draft, the atlanta falcons select chad greenway OLB iowa.

    the falcons were hoping jimmy williams or michael huff would fall to 15.
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    bump

    glinks, it's your pick
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  7. GLinks

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    With the 16th pick of the 2006 gotitans.com GM Mock Draft (man, that's a mouthful), the Miami Dolphins select Tye Hill, CB, Clemson University.

    The Dolphins could have gone LB here (they have nameless depth), but the first pick isn't right. WR could be upgraded (Chris Chambers -- it's a drop off after him -- Marty Booker, Fred Gibson from GA in last year's draft). Santonio Holmes would fit nicely, but with the release of Sam Madison, CB is too glaring a need. With his speed, the Dolphins find him too tempting to pass up, and he's clearly the best remaining corner, now that Huff and Jimmy Williams are off the board.
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    Sorry I missed the Oakland pick, guys. But you picked who I would've anyway. I won't sleep on Tampa Bay.

    BTW, Ola Kimrin is on the Dolphins roster and is playing in NFLEL.
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  9. ammotroop

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    With the 17th Pick in the Draft, the Minnesota Viking select Lawerance Maroney, RB, Univeristy of Minnesota. With the other top RB off the board, The vikings take the possibly last RB on the board who can have an positive impact in the NFL next season. They definatly need a RB.

    Extremely fast cutback runner in the mold of a Clinton Portis. Bigger than what you think with a good solid frame, can return kicks and can break some tackles. Will probably add weight for the combine like his teammate Marion Barber III did last year going from 210 to 220-225 for the combine and did not lose speed (Maroney probably will come in at 215 or just above). Decent hands, even though he didn't catch the ball much. Has the ability to make you miss and that explosive gear that will allow him to take it the distance at any time. Not as explosive as Reggie Bush but who is?
    http://www.fantasyfootballjungle.com/y/2006-nfl-draft/prospects/index.php?id=197
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  10. doc

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    With the 18th pick, the Dallas Cowboys select Chad Jackson, WR, Florida
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