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Pride of Detroit 2007 Mock Draft: Second Edition

We're just a month or so away from the 2007 NFL Draft so I figured that it was time to go through and do a second mock draft. Earlier this month I unveiled my first edition and there are a few major changes in the latest. The most noticeable is the change at #1. I have the Raiders taking wide receiver Calvin Johnson instead of quarterback JaMarcus Russell, who drops to Cleveland at #3. I think that Oakland will find a quarterback via a trade or free agency in order to fill that need before the draft.

Take a look and leave your thoughts or your own version if you want. Just a note, I don't have any trades included in this edition, but I do believe a few will happen come draft day. Specifically with our Lions I actually think a trade will happen, so this is a straight-up, no trades version.

2007 NFL Mock Draft - First Round
Pick Team Player Pos. Ht. Wt. College
1 Oakland Raiders Calvin Johnson WR 6-5 235 Georgia Tech
2 Detroit Lions Joe Thomas OT 6-7 310 Wisconsin
3 Cleveland Browns JaMarcus Russell QB 6-6 255 LSU
4 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Gaines Adams DE 6-5 260 Clemson
5 Arizona Cardinals Jamaal Anderson DE 6-5 278 Arkansas
6 Washington Redskins Amobi Okoye DT 6-2 312 Louisville
7 Minnesota Vikings Brady Quinn QB 6-4 225 Notre Dame
8 Atlanta Falcons (From HOU) LaRon Landry S 6-2 205 LSU
9 Miami Dolphins Levi Brown OT 6-5 325 Penn State
10 Houston Texans (From ATL) Adrian Peterson RB 6-0 220 Oklahoma
11 San Francisco 49ers Patrick Willis MLB 6-1 235 Mississippi
12 Buffalo Bills Marshawn Lynch RB 5-10 223 California
13 St. Louis Rams Alan Branch DT 6-5 330 Michigan
14 Carolina Panthers Greg Olsen TE 6-5 255 Miami (Florida)
15 Pittsburgh Steelers Leon Hall CB 5-11 195 Michigan
16 Green Bay Packers Darrelle Revis CB 5-11 190 Pittsburgh
17 Jacksonville Jaguars Adam Carriker DE 6-6 290 Nebraska
18 Cincinnati Bengals Paul Poluszny OLB 6-2 230 Penn State
19 Tennessee Titans Robert Meachem WR 6-2 210 Tennessee
20 New York Giants Aaron Ross CB 6-0 190 Texas
21 Denver Broncos Jarvis Moss DE 6-5 255 Florida
22 Dallas Cowboys Reggie Nelson S 6-0 195 Florida
23 Kansas City Chiefs Dwayne Bowe WR 6-2 220 LSU
24 New England Patriots (From SEA) Lawrence Timmons OLB 6-3 230 Florida State
25 New York Jets Marcus McCauley CB 6-1 200 Fresno State
26 Philadelphia Eagles Dwayne Jarrett WR 6-5 210 Southern Cal
27 New Orleans Saints Chris Houston CB 5-10 180 Arkansas
28 New England Patriots Michael Griffin S 6-0 210 Texas
29 Baltimore Ravens Joe Staley OT 6-6 300 Central Mich.
30 San Diego Chargers Ted Ginn Jr. WR 5-11 185 Ohio State
31 Chicago Bears Arron Sears OL 6-4 335 Tennessee
32 Indianapolis Colts Jon Beason OLB 6-0 230 Miami (Florida)

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