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Glazer's mock draft: This time with a twist


Glazer's mock draft: This time with a twist
Draft week to me means weeding out my true friends and sources from those who I need to dump fertilizer on.


Mock-tastic

11. Bills — USC LB Brian Cushing, if Raji is off the board. Otherwise you take the BC defender to pair with Marcus Stroud. They need an offensive tackle in the worst way, but they won't want to reach for a bottom-round talent this high up. Thus, they go defense and they need front seven help more than secondary. Would also look at Everette Brown, Tyson Jackson and CB/FS Malcolm Jenkins here.

Who I'd take — Either Cushing or Jackson. I love what Cushing brings to the table and Jackson has been rising steadily over the past week.

12. Broncos — LSU DE Tyson Jackson. They desperately need help on the defensive side of the ball.

Who I'd take — Jackson, Raji or Everette Brown. Love Cushing too. Safe picks with all four.

13. Redskins — If they haven't traded for Sanchez ... Maryland WR Darrius Heyward-Bey. This one is a wild card. They can go TE Brandon Pettigrew, a speedy wideout or a pass rusher like Brian Orakpo or Everette Brown.

Who I'd take — Pettigrew. The Oklahoma State TE has legitimate Pro Bowl potential and could team with Chris Cooley to bring Jason Campbell's game up a notch. I'd go wideout later if I was Washington.

29. Giants — North Carolina WR Hakeem Nicks. They will still dabble and consider Braylon Edwards and if a guy like Heyward-Bey drops they may try to move up to grab him, or someone of his caliber.

Who I'd take — I'd still trade for Anquan Boldin but what do I know? I would not do the trade for Edwards until I figured out why he's suffering from a case of the drops.

30. Titans — Missouri DT Evander Hood. Reloading the defensive line is a good idea when that line is your team's bread and butter.

Who I'd take — Best value left on the board at this point.

31. Cardinals — Connecticut RB Donald Brown. Love this kid's potential. Could turn out to be the most productive back of this class. Hasn't played against the same talent as Moreno or Wells but he's a stud.

Who I'd take — I'm in full support here.

32. Steelers — Cal C Alex Mack. Offensive line help here is a need and Mack is a great value this far down. Max Unger could also be an option.

Who I'd take — Best available offensive lineman on the board.



Author:Fox Sports
Author's Website:http://www.foxsports.com
Added: April 25, 2009

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