2008 NFL Mock Draft, An Early Look

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 05-02-2007, 05:13 PM         #1
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Jeans&Sneakers 
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2008 NFL Mock Draft, An Early Look
 

 
Now that the 2007 NFL Draft is over, it's time to look at next year's draft. This 2008 NFL Mock Draft is based on the same draft order as the 2007 draft and is for your amusement as the 2008 draft is still a year away.

1. Oakland- Darren McFadden (Junior), RB, Arkansas: Hes an explosive player who can change a game in just one play. If he stays healthy, he should come out as a junior. He can be easily compared backs such as Reggie Bush and Warrick Dunn.

2. Detroit- Mike Hart, RB, Michigan: If Hart continues his success in college, many scouts will project him to be at the top of the draft. Hes fast, strong and runs with power. Although he is running behind Jake Long and a line that is returning all seniors, Hart is destine for the NFL.

3. Dallas from Cleveland- Brian Brohm, QB, Louisville: Deciding to come back for his senior year might have been the best decision Brohm has ever made. The 2007 Draft was not one that benefited the quarterbacks. Coming out next year will solidify Brohm as a top 10 pick.

4. Tampa Bay- DeSean Jackson (Junior), WR, California: With his speed and versatility, Jackson is exactly what the NFL scouts are looking for. He has shown that he can catch the ball and also return kicks. He lead the nation in kick returns for TDs with 4, and also scored 9 receiving TDs. Think Ted Ginn Jr. with better hands.

5. Arizona- Jake Long, OT, Michigan: Jake Long might be the player in the 2008 draft to make an immediate impact on the team that drafts him. At 67, 315 lbs., Long is a strong tackle with good feet that can improve the line on almost any team.

6. Washington- Glen Dorsey, DT, LSU: At 62, 300 lbs, Dorsey is a very strong defensive tackle that can stop the run inside, and also rush the passer. As long as his senior numbers are equal to that of his junior years numbers, hell be a top pick in the 08 draft.

7. Minnesota- Quentin Groves, DE, Auburn: The quick, agile, Groves is a great pass rusher that can change the flow of any game. Hes not your average 300+ pound defensive end, but his speed and footwork makes up for it.

8. Houston- Colt Brennan, QB, Hawaii: Brennan has broken almost every record possible in college. He led the country in both total offense (4,455 yards) and total touchdowns thrown (58) in 2006. Brennan is a winner and decided to stay in college to win. What NFL team doesnt want a kid like this?

9. Miami- Dan Connor, LB, Penn State: Another linebacker from LU (linebacker university) is going to make it big in the NFL. Dan Connor has the size, speed and awareness to make it in the league. Hes a little taller version of Zach Thomas.

10. Atlanta- Mario Manningham (Junior), WR, Michigan: Manningham is the type of receiver that can be used in the slot, or as a return man. Not a big receiver, at just 6, Manningham has the speed and big game ability to succeed in the NFL.

11. New England- Sam Baker, OT, USC: Being 65 305 lbs, Sam Baker is a 2-time All-American first teamer. Hes one of the top offensive lineman in the nation. Playing both tackle and guard helps Bakers chances getting drafted early.

12. Buffalo- Chad Henne, QB, Michigan: Henne is by far the most experienced quarterback in the draft. He was a 4 year started at Michigan and played with current NFL player Braylon Edwards. Henne is comparable to that of Tom Brady, 3 time super bowl champion and former Michigan quarterback.

13. St. Louis- Antoine Cason, DB, Arizona: Possibly the best defensive back in the draft, Cason is a lock down corner. His vision and reaction make him a great cover corner at the collegiate level. Look for those attributes to help him when he turns pro.

14. Carolina: Jonathan Hefney, DB, Tennessee: Playing corner for only 1 year may hinder Hefneys progress in the NFL. Some teams may want to draft him as a safety as his hitting ability is not a question.

15. Pittsburgh- James Laurinaitis (Junior), LB, Ohio State: Laurinaitis isnt quite A.J. Hawk, but hes probably going to amount to more than Andy Katzenmoyer did. He led the stingy buckeye defense in tackles and has great field vision. Plus, his dads The Animal.

16. Green Bay- Steve Slaton (Junior), RB, West Virginia: Slaton is one of the quickest and allusive backs in the 08 draft. Hes smart and a leader on the Mountaineers offensive unit. Slaton averaged 7 yards a rush and 13 yards a reception while scoring 37 touchdowns the past 2 years.

17. Jacksonville- Marcus Monk (Junior), WR, Arkansas: Monk is a big, physical receiver that likes to use his hands and leaping ability to go up and catch the ball. If given the chance (meaning a qb that can throw), Monk should be an explosive wide out.

18. Cincinnati- Cedrick Ellis, DT, USC: Although he doesnt have NFL size, hes a run stopper who plays with aggression and determination. Ellis should go sometime within the first round.

19. Tennessee- D.J. Hall (Junior), WR, Alabama: Hall led the Crimson Tide in catches, receiving yards, and touchdowns in 2006. His on field presence and 63 stature makes him a nice mid-first round pick.

20. N.Y. Giants- Ray Rice (Junior), RB, Rutgers: Rice had a break out season for the Scarlet Knights in 2006, recording 20 rushing touchdowns. Hes got the NFL speed and mentality, but the scouts may be concerned about the lack of receptions out of the backfield.

21. Denver- Limas Sweed, WR, Texas: Sweed is big, fast, and athletic at 65 219. He used his body and athleticism to get the ball at its highest point. He should make a great receiver in the NFL, much like that of T.O.

22. Dallas- Phillip Wheeler, LB, Georgia Tech: Although hes not a very big linebacker, Wheeler has tremendous athleticism and play-making ability. He should turn some heads in the 08 draft.

23. Kansas City- Malcolm Jenkins (Junior), DB, Ohio State: Jenkins is a hard hitting, speedy corner that has the cover ability of the NFL. Hes the best corner on a very good Buckeye defensive backfield.

24. Seattle;- Jordan Grimes, G, Purdue: Grimes is the leader on a stingy offensive line at Purdue that only allowed just 9 sacks all season in 2006.

25. N.Y. Jets- Vince Hall (Junior), LB, Virginia Tech: Hes a tough, play-maker whos got a nose for the ball. He brings a good football IQ every time he steps on the field.

26. Philadelphia- Bruce Davis, DE, UCLA: Bruce Davis is a leader on and off the field. His undersize for a defensive end is made up by his quickness and motivation.

27. New Orleans- Aqib Talib (Junior), DB, Kansas: Talib is a physical corner who likes to hit people. Hes got the speed to close gaps fast and make the big play. If he breaks out like expected, in 2007, Talib should enter the draft following his redshirt sophomore year.

28. New England- Jonathon Goff, LB, Vanderbilt: Goff is definitely the linebacker type. Hes got the body, strength and speed to make it in the NFL. Hes a determined man who want to succeed. Hell do just that.

29. Baltimore- Brandon Rodd, G, Arizona St.: Rodd is a solid lineman that is very versatile. He can play wither guard or tackle. Hes a very smart player and student and has started in every game in his career.

30. San Diego- Harry Douglas (Junior), WR, Louisville: With lightening speed, this 511 junior might make it in the NFL as a punt/kickoff return specialist. Dont count him out as a receiving threat because he has proven that he can make the big plays.

31. Chicago- Yvenson Bernard, RB, Oregon State: A powerful runner with deceptive speed, Bernard is a back who gets stronger as the game progresses. Hes a good receiver out of the backfield making him a possible first rounder.

32. Indianapolis- Frank Okam (Junior), DT, Texas: Okam is a strong and explosive player who has rapidly grown into one of the nations top defensive lineman. If he continues to improve, he should become quite dominant.

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60 comments for "2008 NFL Mock Draft, An Early Look"

 05-02-2007, 05:15 PM         #2
nasir43 
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Really good draft for RB's
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hooligun 12 heat pts12
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mike hart's gonna be the top pick.
 11 years ago '05        #4
iCON216 16 heat pts16
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Why did they leave out the Niners? Who cares though...DeSean Jackson is gonna be a beast....


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 05-02-2007, 05:22 PM         #5
Jeans&Sneakers 
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 iCON216 said:
Wow did they leave out the Niners? Who cares though...DeSean Jackson is gonna be a beast....
yea they did
 11 years ago '04        #6
K1 68 heat pts68
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this guy is retarded whoever made this draft

diddn't even include safety Kenny Phillips from Miami

Broncos would draft him before they draft a WR trust me


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 11 years ago '04        #7
Aftashok 
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Chad Henne will get picked before Colt Brennan....and i think Steve Slaton will be better than #16....
 11 years ago '04        #8
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Please remove that qb from the cowboys top 5 pic... YOU DON'T DRAFT A QB IN THE FIRST ROUND!!!!!
 11 years ago '05        #9
K.B. 
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i guess i wouldnt mind getting another corner on the team but not in the first round. we picked up two in the draft this year and a handful UDFA's. so im hoping for an impact LB next draft cuz we need one.
 11 years ago '04        #10
lilsnatch770|M 101 heat pts101
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Bills won't take another QB

Slaton will go higher then that

Ray Rice will go higher then that
 11 years ago '04        #11
KiNgJaMeS305|M 58 heat pts58
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this mock draft sucks..

no calais cambell or kenny phillips
 11 years ago '05        #12
dipset kid0221 1 heat pts
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 KiNgJaMeS305 said:
this mock draft sucks..

no calais cambell or kenny phillips
 05-02-2007, 05:53 PM         #13
914-NY 
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ray rice isnt entering the draft next year..
 11 years ago '05        #14
QualityRecords 8 heat pts
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smh, the Colts don't have a first round pick for 08 because they traded it and a fourth rounder for their 2nd round pick, Tony Ugoh. This guy better be a Pro Bowler by his 3rd year in the league to be giving up that type of a pick.
 05-02-2007, 05:58 PM         #15
ktbballplaya 
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wow this is going to be soo off..
 05-02-2007, 06:14 PM         #16
shatso 
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Little premature, don't ya think? Heh.
 11 years ago '07        #17
jordanfreak7 8 heat pts
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Marrio Manningham :applause:
 05-02-2007, 06:53 PM         #18
JCWhy83 
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 iCON216 said:
Why did they leave out the Niners? Who cares though...DeSean Jackson is gonna be a beast....
he had the patriots in the 49ers slot since they own the pick and he forgot to put the 49ers at 32 for the colts....anyway this mock is pretty bad...way too many rbs and leaving out lots of players
 11 years ago '04        #19
NoLedge18720 5 heat pts
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I mean of course this draft sucks...he doesnt know what teams will be where..what they will need to draft and what underclassmen will declare.

at everyone who really expected a Mock draft for a draft a year from now would be good
 05-02-2007, 07:19 PM         #20
Jeans&Sneakers 
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Now that the 2007 NFL Draft is over, it's time to look at next year's draft. This 2008 NFL Mock Draft is based on the same draft order as the 2007 draft and is for your amusement as the 2008 draft is still a year away.

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