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Lions to Go Back on the Clock Again Soon

The second round of the 2007 SB Nation Mock Draft is coming to a close, and since the Lions have the final pick of that round, it's time to go back on the clock soon. Detroit has the #64 overall pick, which was acquired from Tampa Bay in a trade where the Lions moved down to #4 and drafted Gaines Adams. At this point, I am realizing that this was a great move as I will have two picks coming up that are separated by just one pick. With the #64 pick, I can address the need at middle linebacker. Then, with the #66 pick, I can branch out and go in the direction of a quarterback or another position that still provides great players.

Right now the New York Jets are on the clock, and once their pick is made, Detroit will be the next one up to make a selection. As I have said, I am targeting a middle linebacker. There were really two guys that stuck out at that position that were still available once this round started. One was Brandon Siler, who was picked by Carolina at pick #45. The other is a guy right out of Detroit's own backyard. Of course, I'm talking about David Harris, from the the University of Michigan. I have long hoped he would fall to Detroit and am now one pick away from having that happen. Harris is a great player and will make an impact with any team in my opinion.

I'll analyze David Harris more if that is who I pick, but until then, take a look at the draft board from the second round. There were some interesting picks and some surprises.

If David Harris isn't picked by the Jets, then that is who the guy will be for Detroit at pick #64. At pick #66, I'm still not sure who to select. I'm thinking about going down the road of quarterback, and although I am a Michigan fan, may go the route of taking another local guy. We'll just have to wait and see.

2007 SB Nation Mock Draft - Second Round
Pick Team Player Pos. Ht. Wt. College
33 Oakland Raiders Zach Miller TE 6-5 255 Arizona State
34 Detroit Lions Marcus McCauley CB 6-1 200 Fresno State
35 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Buster Davis MLB 5-10 245 Florida State
36 Cleveland Browns Ryan Kalil C 6-3 290 Southern Cal
37 Chicago Bears (From WAS via NYJ) Michael Griffen FS 6-0 210 Texas
38 Arizona Cardinals Brandon Meriweather FS 6-0 192 Miami (Florida)
39 Atlanta Falcons (From HOU) Tony Ugoh OT 6-5 305 Arkansas
40 Miami Dolphins Arron Sears OT 6-4 335 Tennessee
41 Minnesota Vikings Anthony Gonzalez WR 6-0 195 Ohio State
42 San Francisco 49ers Sidney Rice WR 6-2 200 South Carolina
43 Buffalo Bills Antonio Pittman RB 5-10 195 Ohio State
44 Atlanta Falcons Charles Johnson DE 6-2 255 Georgia
45 Carolina Panthers Brandon Siler MLB 6-1 235 Florida
46 Pittsburgh Steelers Anthony Spencer DE 6-3 265 Purdue
47 Green Bay Packers Tanard Jackson CB 6-0 190 Syracuse
48 Jacksonville Jaguars Tim Crowder DE 6-3 270 Texas
49 Cincinnati Bengals Jon Beason OLB 6-0 230 Miami (Florida)
50 Tennessee Titans Josh Wilson CB 5-9 185 Maryland
51 New York Giants Eric Wright CB 5-10 190 UNLV
52 St. Louis Rams Craig Davis WR 6-1 205 LSU
53 Dallas Cowboys Steve Smith WR 6-0 195 Southern Cal
54 Kansas City Chiefs Doug Free OT 6-7 305 Northern Illinois
55 Seattle Seahawks Michael Bush RB 6-2 250 Louisville
56 Houston Texans (From DEN) Jonathan Wade CB 5-10 185 Tennessee
57 Philadelphia Eagles Brian Leonard HB/FB 6-1 240 Rutgers
58 New Orleans Saints Rufus Alexander OLB 6-0 230 Oklahoma
59 New York Jets LaMarr Woodley DE 6-1 275 Michigan
60 Miami Dolphins (From NE) Aundrae Allison WR 6-0 190 East Carolina
61 Baltimore Ravens Quentin Moses DE 6-5 250 Georgia
62 San Diego Chargers Aaron Rouse SS 6-4 215 Virginia Tech
63 New York Jets (From CHI)
64 Detroit Lions (From TB)

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