Friday, April 27, 2007

Calico Jack's Mock Draft - Raiders Only!




It is now only a matter of hours before Commissioner Goodell comes to the podium tomorrow morning and says the following "And with the 1st pick in the 2007 NFL draft, the Oakland Raiders select ...."

Just for fun, I have compiled my mock Raiders draft. Out of the 11 draft day selections this weekend, if we hit on just 1 of my mock picks (wink, wink ... I'm sure you can guess which one!) I will be absolutely thrilled.

#1/Rd 1 - JaMarcus Russell, QB, LSU

#33/Rd 2 - Tony Ugoh, OT, Arkansas

#65/Rd 3 - Ikaika Alma Francis, DE, Hawaii

#78/Rd 3 - Lorenzo Booker, RB, FSU (pick from GBay for Moss)

#99/Rd 3 - Ryan Harris, OT, Notre Dame

#100/Rd 4 - Mike Walker, WR, Central Florida

#138/Rd 5 - Leroy Harris, C/G, NC State

#165/Rd 5 - Eric Frampton, S, Washington St.

#175/Rd 6 - Jonny Hairline, TE, BYU

#211/Rd 7 - Justin Hickman, LB, UCLA

#254/Rd 7 - Joe Anoai, DT, GTech

Offense: QB, OT(2), RB, WR, C/G, TE

Defense: DE, S, LB, DT


5 Comments:

Blogger todd shriber said...

imagine how good our draft would be if we would do the deal with tampa to get their first four picks for our #1. it hurts to think we didn't get that done...

1:24 AM  
Blogger nyraider said...

CJ-
What? Not a single player from USC? Kiff must have somebody in mind, and I wouldn't be surprised if he finds more than one USC player he feels is a bargain in the middle to late rounds.

I'm routing with you on your #1. Let's bring it home!

3:53 AM  
Blogger Stick'em said...

Here are some final words of wisdom (if you could call it that - LOL!) for ya.

Merry Draftmas Everybody!

5:08 AM  
Anonymous heartland raider fan said...

Yeah I hope you hit on one of your picks too....Ugoh in the 2nd would be great.

6:19 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

YOU shoulda been the one making the picks this year-- Why didnt they take any quality linemen? instead, a SEVENTh (!) TE, and another DB and 2 Wide receivers??? Kiffins already making me worried, doesnt seem like he has a grasp of last year and what this team needs

5:17 PM  

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