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Pride of Detroit 2007 NFL Mock Draft: Fifth & Final Edition

The 2007 NFL Draft is about 12 hours away, so it's time to squeeze in one last mock draft. This is the fifth mock draft I've done in total (links to the other four can be found on the left sidebar). If you think back to my previous one on Monday, there are big changes with the newest one seen below. I now have the Lions drafting Calvin Johnson at #2, meaning there is no trade. I still think there is a great possibility of a trade happening in real life, but I think the chances are becoming less and less.

Over the course of the rest of the first round, things have been switched up a bit as well. One of the major changes is David Harris, a MLB from Michigan, being included in the first round. I have New England taking him at #28 after rumors have circulated that he is up there on their draft board.

I'll probably put up a post next week looking back on this mock draft to see how accurate I was, but until then, leave your own last minute thoughts as we get closer and close to draft time.

Pride of Detroit 2007 NFL Mock Draft: Fifth & Final Edition
Pick Team Player Pos. Ht. Wt. College
1 Oakland Raiders JaMarcus Russell QB 6-6 255 LSU
2 Detroit Lions Calvin Johnson WR 6-5 235 Georgia Tech
3 Cleveland Browns Brady Quinn QB 6-4 225 Notre Dame
4 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Gaines Adams DE 6-5 260 Clemson
5 Arizona Cardinals Joe Thomas OT 6-7 310 Wisconsin
6 Washington Redskins Amobi Okoye DT 6-2 312 Louisville
7 Minnesota Vikings LaRon Landry S 6-2 205 LSU
8 Atlanta Falcons (From HOU) Jamaal Anderson DE 6-5 278 Arkansas
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 Adam Carriker DE 6-6 290 Nebraska
12 Buffalo Bills Patrick Willis MLB 6-1 235 Mississippi
13 St. Louis Rams Alan Branch DT 6-5 330 Michigan
14 Carolina Panthers Reggie Nelson S 6-0 195 Florida
15 Pittsburgh Steelers Leon Hall CB 5-11 195 Michigan
16 Green Bay Packers Marshawn Lynch RB 5-10 223 California
17 Jacksonville Jaguars Jarvis Moss DE 6-5 255 Florida
18 Cincinnati Bengals Darrelle Revis CB 5-11 190 Pittsburgh
19 Tennessee Titans Ted Ginn Jr. WR 5-11 185 Ohio State
20 New York Giants Aaron Ross CB 6-0 190 Texas
21 Denver Broncos Justin Harrell DT 6-4 305 Tennessee
22 Dallas Cowboys Dwayne Bowe WR 6-2 220 LSU
23 Kansas City Chiefs Robert Meachem WR 6-2 210 Tennessee
24 New England Patriots (From SEA) Michael Griffin S 6-0 210 Texas
25 New York Jets Greg Olsen TE 6-5 255 Miami (Florida)
26 Philadelphia Eagles Brandon Meriweather FS 6-0 192 Miami (Florida)
27 New Orleans Saints Chris Houston CB 5-10 180 Arkansas
28 New England Patriots David Harris MLB 6-2 240 Michigan
29 Baltimore Ravens Ben Grubbs OG 6-3 305 Auburn
30 San Diego Chargers Dwayne Jarrett WR 6-5 210 Southern Cal
31 Chicago Bears Lawrence Timmons OLB 6-3 230 Florida State
32 Indianapolis Colts Paul Poluszny OLB 6-2 230 Penn State

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