Posted on: May 12, 2009 8:12 pm
 

Orioles Farm Report: 5/12

Norfolk Tides (AAA)

Jason Berken /P - 3-1  1.96 ERA  23 IP  12-8 K-BB  .158 OBA

David Hernandez/P - 2-1  4.11 ERA  30.2 IP  40-9 K-BB  .241 OBA

Chris Tillman/P - 3-0  2.52 ERA  25 IP  27-10 K-BB  .209 OBA

Matt Wieters/C - .291/.398/.407/.805  15 R  7 2B  1 HR  12 RBI  16-19 BB-K 

Nolan Reimold/OF - .386/.479/.713/1.192  19 R  9 2B  8 HR  25 RBI  17-21 BB-K  5 SB

Bowie Baysox (AA)

Jake Arrieta/P - 3-1  3.42 ERA  26.1 IP  32-13 K-BB  .242 OBA

Brandon Erbe/P - 1-3  0.90 ERA  20 IP  19-8 K-BB  .153 OBA

Troy Patton/P - 3-0  0.95 ERA  28.1 IP  21-8 K-BB  .160 OBA

Wilfrido Perez/P - 0-0  0.00 ERA  13 IP  5 SV  17-10 K-BB  .143 OBA

Brandon Snyder/1B - .356/.405/.584/.990  10 R  11 2B  4 HR  20 RBI  9-20 BB-K 

Frederick Keys (A Adv.)

Timothy Bascom/P - 3-3  2.83 ERA  28.2 IP  9-7 K-BB  .299 OBA

Zachary Britton/P - 0-1  2.73 ERA  29.2 IP  32-17 K-BB  .232 OBA

Luis Lebron/P - 1-1  1.98 ERA  13.2 IP  4 SV  18-10 K-BB  .109 OBA

Brian Matusz/P - 2-2  3.18 ERA  34 IP  45-12 K-BB  .252 OBA

Nathan Nery/P - 3-0  2.17 ERA  29 IP  23-8 K-BB  .227 OBA

Jacob Renshaw/P - 1-0  2.08 ERA  8.2 IP  7-5 K-BB  .242 OBA

Brandon Waring/3B - .303/.353/.468/.821  14 R  10 2B  1 3B  2 HR  16 RBI  9-31 BB-K  1 SB

Billy Rowell/OF - .297/.355/.477/.833  18 R  8 2B  4 HR  16 RBI  10-29 BB-K  1 SB

Delmarva Shorebirds (A)

Pat Egan/P - 0-0  1.15 ERA  15.2 IP  1 SV  16-0 K-BB  .113 OBA

Joseph Esposito/P - 1-0  1.46 ERA  12.1 IP  2 SV  19-6 K-BB  .174 OBA

Eddie Gamboa/P - 3-0  1.04 ERA  17.1 IP  15-3 K-BB  .175 OBA

Cole McCurry/P - 2-1  1.08 ERA  33.1 IP  32-7 K-BB  .226 OBA

Raul Rivero/P - 2-0  2.25 ERA  16 IP  14-7 K-BB  .161 OBA

Richard Zagone/P - 3-2  1.54 ERA  35 IP  33-11 K-BB  .153 OBA

Joseph Mahoney/1B - .337/.361/.457/.817  11 R  4 2B  2 3B  1 HR  17 RBI  3-12 BB-K  11 SB

Ronnie Welty/OF - .326/.405/.411/.816  17 R  5 2B  1 HR  15 RBI  12-25 BB-K  3 SB

Category: MLB
Tags: Farm Report
 
Posted on: May 9, 2009 7:37 pm
 

Trash Trembley

Trembley shouldn't be the future

Dave Trembley is not the answer for manager for the future of the Baltimore Orioles. The same goes to some of the coaching staff.

Trembley became the manager in late 2007 after Sam Perlozzo was fired as manager when the MacPhail regimine came into the organization. That year, he went 40-53 in 93 games. It was a questionable move at the time, considering Trembley had spent all 22 years of his coaching expierence in the minor leagues, and he became the only manager at the time to have never played pro baseball. During the first half of the 2007 season, Trembley was the O's bullpen coach. This was the first coaching job in the majors he ever had.

Then came the 2008 season. Yet again, Trembley's managing was poor, even for a team that wasn't supposed to be that good. The O's looked impressive towards the end of June and July, only a handful of games out of first. However, late in the season with the O's looking at their first possible season above .500, they faltered and lost 28 of their last 34 games. All the blame cannot be placed on Trembley, but it can on the coaching staff.

After the 2008 season, the front office exercised their option and brought Trembley back for the 2009 season with an option for the 2010 season. However, a lot of O's fans do not want him back, and if the season continues down this track, he might not be. Just like Trembley, two other coaches have never played professional baseball. Those two are bench coach Dave Jauss and pitching coach Rick Kranitz. I think at the end of this season, those three need to be replaced. The best way to help the youth this organization is looking for is to get expierenced coaches. Ones that have played in the majors or even the minors before becoming a coach.

The problems with Trembley and Kranitz arise mostly from the pitching. The team has a rising number of pitchers getting injured, which is not good considering most of the Orioles top prospects are pitchers. Kranitz has a history of creating good pitchers, but also when you look back at it, most of the good pitchers have become injury proned. So far, Matt Albers has not been the same, and Alfredo Simon and Dennis Sarfate have had injuries that forced them to stay out for awhile. Trembley is responsible for making the wrong call when it comes to the bullpen and handling pitchers. Before the season, Trembley preached letting his starters go deeper into games. However, the season started and most pitchers have not gone over 6 innings more than twice. Even if a picher is struggling, he will take them out too early and that has been affecting the bullpen a lot. Next season needs to see a change in these two spots.

Looking at possible candidates, Bob Melvin, the former Diamondbacks manager could be a wise choice. He was a catcher for the Orioles from 1989-1991 and has had moderate success as a manager these past few years. In my mind, he makes a good case to be the guy that should helm this team for the future. Another possible candidate could be Gary Allenson, the current manager for the O's AAA farm team the Norfolk Tides. He has actual expierence in the majors as a player and a coach. Not too mention he is working well with the kids in Triple-A. I do have to add one name to the list, which is a very deep sleep pick for the future manager. Chris Hoiles, currently the manager for the York Revolution. He knows tis organization and what its about and the style of play, which goes great for the future to get these kids into our system.

A good choice that could be made for pitching coach comes from Triple-A as well. Mike Griffin, who pitched in six seasons at the major league level for many teams, including the Orioles. He is currently the Norfolk Tides pitching coach and is working well with some top guys like David Hernandez, Brad Bergeson, and Chris Tillman. Any guy that is hired for these positions should have some sort of connection with this organization. Again, another York Revolution coach could be considered. Tippy Martinez, the former O's pitcher, could be a good choice for the pitching coach job. Like Hoiles, he knows the organization and could teach the pitchers new stuff and share from his expierences in the majors.

In the end, the Orioles have a bright future on the field, but without expierenced managers and coaches, its not gonna pan out like we all want it to.

Category: MLB
Posted on: May 5, 2009 8:03 pm
 

Orioles Farm Report: Week 4

Norfolk Tides (AAA)

David Hernandez/P - 1-1  4.58 ERA  19.2 IP  32-7 K-BB  .240 OBA

Kam Mickolio/P - 0-1  7.04 ERA  7.2 IP  7-2 K-BB  .300 OBA

Chris Tillman/P - 2-0  2.37 ERA  19 IP  21-9 K-BB  .179 OBA

Matt Wieters/C - .270/.373/.365/.738  7 R  3 2B  1 HR  6 RBI  11-16 BB-K 

Nolan Reimold/OF - .390/.469/.756/1.225  17 R  6 2B  8 HR  24 RBI  11-17 BB-K  4 SB

Bowie Baysox (AA)

Jake Arrieta/P - 2-0  2.00 ERA  18 IP  22-8 K-BB  .200 OBA

Brandon Erbe/P - 1-3  0.90 ERA  20 IP  19-8 K-BB  .153 OBA

Troy Patton/P - 2-0  1.21 ERA  22.1 IP  15-7 K-BB  .175 OBA

Wilfredo Perez/P - 0-0  0.00 ERA  10 IP  4 SV  11-7 K-BB  1.56 OBA

Miguel Abreu/2B - .322/.333/.379/.713  9 R  2 2B  1 HR  10 RBI  2-10 BB-K  2 SB

Brandon Snyder/1B - .347/.412/.533/.945  7 R  8 2B  2 HR  13 RBI  9-15 BB-K 

Frederick Keys (A Adv.)

Zachary Britton/P - 0-1  2.29 ERA  19.2 IP  20-12 K-BB  .264 OBA

Luis Lebron/P - 0-1  2.45 ERA  11 IP  3 SV  15-9 K-BB  .108 OBA

Brian Matusz/P - 2-1  3.67 ERA  27 IP  32-11 K-BB  .262 OBA

Jacob Renshaw/P - 1-0  2.08 ERA  8.2 IP  7-5 K-BB  .242 OBA

Caleb Joseph/C - .318/.318/.455/.773  8 R  3 2B  2 HR  10 RBI  0-11 BB-K  1 SB

Matthew Tucker/SS - .322/.359/.559/.919  10 R  6 2B  1 3B  2 HR  10 RBI  4-14 BB-K 

Brandon Waring/3B - .310/.359/.512/.871  10 R  9 2B  1 3B  2 HR  13 RBI  7-22 BB-K 

Bill Rowell/OF - .286/.362/.405/.766  13 R  7 2B  1 HR  8 RBI  10-22 BB-K 

Delmarva Shorebirds (A)

Colin Allen/P - 0-1  1.00 ERA  9 IP  11-4 K-BB  .147 OBA

Pat Egan/P - 0-0  1.74 ERA  10.1 IP  12-0 K-BB  .139 OBA

Eddie Gamboa/P - 2-0  1.35 ERA  13.1 IP  10-3 K-BB  .205 OBA

Cole McCurry/P - 1-0  1.25 ERA  21.2 IP  22-4 K-BB  .241 OBA

Nathan Nery/P - 3-0  1.17 ERA  23 IP  19-7 K-BB  .190 OBA

Raul Rivera/P - 2-0  1.54 ERA  11.2 IP  10-4 K-BB  .122 OBA

Richard Zagone/P - 2-2  1.95 ERA  27.2 IP  25-9 K-BB  .172 OBA 

Joseph Mahoney/1B - .397/.424/.492/.916  8 R  2 2B  2 3B  12 RBI  2-8 BB-K  7 SB 

Ronnie Welty/OF - .324/.422/.437/.858  14 R  5 2B  1 HR  10 RBI  10-20 BB-K  2 SB

Category: MLB
Tags: Farm Report
 
Posted on: April 16, 2009 6:17 pm
 

NFL Mock Draft: 4/16

 

1. Detroit Lions select – Matthew Stafford/QB

2. St. Louis Rams select – Jason Smith/OT Baylor

3. Kansas City Chiefs select - Aaron Curry/LB Wake Forest 

4. Seattle Seahawks select – Mark Sanchez/QB Southern California

5. Cleveland Browns select – Michael Crabtree/WR Texas Tech

6. Cincinnati Bengals select – Eugene Monroe/OT Virginia

7. Oakland Raiders select – Andre Smith/OT Alabama

8. Jacksonville Jaguars select – Jeremy Maclin/WR Missouri

9. Green Bay Packers select – Michael Oher/OT Mississippi

10. San Francisco 49ers select – Everette Brown/DE Florida State

11. Buffalo Bills select – Brandon Pettigrew/TE Oklahoma State

12. Denver Broncos select – B.J. Raji/DT Boston College

13. Washington Redskins select – Brian Cushing/OLB Southern California

14. New Orleans Saints select - Malcolm Jenkins/S Ohio State

15. Houston Texans select - Chris Wells/RB Ohio State

16. San Diego Chargers select – Tyson Jackson/DE LSU

17. New York Jets select – Josh Freeman/QB Kansas State

18. Denver Broncos select – Rey Maualuga/LB USC

19. Tampa Bay Buccaneers select – Clay Matthews/LB USC

20. Detroit Lions select – Vontae Davis/CB Illinois

21. Philadelphia Eagles select – Sean Smith/S Utah

22. Minnesota Vikings select – Eben Britton/OT Arizona

23. New England Patriots select – Darius Butler/CB UConn

24. Atlanta Falcons select – Peria Jerry/DT Mississippi

25. Miami Dolphins select – Aaron Maybin/DE Penn State

26. Baltimore Ravens select – Percy Harvin/WR Florida

27. Indianapolis Colts select – Darrius Heyward-Bey/WR Maryland

28. Philadelphia Eagles select – Knowshon Moreno/RB Georgia

29. New York Giants select – Kenny Britt/WR Rutgers

30. Tennessee Titans select – Hakeem Nicks/WR North Carolina

31. Arizona Cardinals select – Donald Brown/RB UConn

32. Pittsburgh Steelers select – Alex Mack/C California

Round 2

33. Detroit Lions select – William Beatty/OT UConn

34. New England Patriots select – James Laurinitus/LB Ohio State

35. St. Louis Rams select – Alphonso Smith/CB Wake Forest

36. Cleveland Browns select – Larry English/DE Northern Illinois

37. Seattle Seahawks select – Phil Loadholt/OT Oklahoma

38. Cincinnati Bengals select – Max Unger/C Oregon

39. Jacksonville Jaguars select – Duke Robinson/G Oklahoma

40. Oakland Raiders select – Brian Robieske/WR Ohio State

41. Green Bay Packers select – Jamon Meredith/OT South Carolina

42. Buffalo Bills select – Robert Ayers/DE Tennessee

43. San Francisco 49ers select – Clint Sintim/LB Virginia

44. Miami Dolphins select – Ron Brace/DT Boston College

45. New York Giants select – Louis Delmas/S Western Michigan

46. Houston Texans select – William Moore/S Missouri

47. New England Patriots select – Michael Johnson/DE Georgia Tech

48. Denver Broncos select – Paul Kruger/DE Utah

49. Chicago Bears select – Rashad Johnson/S Alabama

50. Cleveland Browns select – LeSean McCoy/RB Pittsburgh

51. Dallas Cowboys select – Patrick Chung/S Oregon

52. Philadelphia Eagles select – Troy Kropag/OT Tulane

53. New York Jets select – Derrick Williams/WR Penn State

54. Minnesota Vikings select – Eric Woods/C Louisville

55. Atlanta Falcons select – Lawrence Sidbury/DE Richmond

56. Miami Dolphins select – Coye Francies/CB San Jose State

57. Baltimore Ravens select – Gerald Cagodon/OT Penn State

58. New England Patriots select – Andy Levitre/G Oregon State

59. Carolina Panthers select – Sen’Derrick Marks/DT Auburn

60. New York Giants select – Connor Barwin/LB Cincinnati

61. Indianapolis Colts select – Jarron Gilbert/DL San Jose State

62. Tennessee Titans select – Jairus Byrd/CB Oregon

63. Arizona Cardinals select – Jonathan Luigs/C Arkansas

64. Pittsburgh Steelers select – Gerald Cagodon/OT Penn State

 

 

 

Category: NFL
Posted on: March 26, 2009 7:59 pm
 

2009 AL East Preview: Baltimore Orioles

Baltimore Orioles

2008 Record: 68-93; 5th in American League East

Additions: Ryan Freel(OF), Cesar Izturis(SS), Mark Hendrickson(P), Koji Uehara(P), Felix Pie(OF), David Pauley(P), Gregg Zaun(C), Rich Hill(P), Ty Wigginton(3B)

Losses: Ramon Hernandez(C), Garrett Olson(P), Randor Bierd(P), Daniel Cabrera(P), Lance Cormier(P), Kevin Millar(1B), Jay Payton(OF)

Starting Pitchers

Projected Rotation - Jeremy Guthrie(RH); Koji Uehara(RH); Mark Hendrickson(LH); Adam Eaton(RH); Hayden Penn(RH)

The Orioles staff lacks an actual Ace. Guthrie and Uehara are definites in the rotation, while the other 3 spots are all open. As of right now Hendrickson, Eaton and Penn will get the slots until Rich Hill is ready to return. At that point, either Eaton or Penn will be taken to AAA. Guthrie gives the team an arm that keeps his ERA below 4. Uehara gives the O's staff the one thing they have been missing for a while, control. Hendrickson is the only lefty in the staff, and should keep his spot for a while. When Hill comes back, Eaton will probably be the pitcher demoted and Hendrickson will be moved back to the #4 spot. Penn gets his shot to start the year in the rotation and could surprise some if he gets off to a good start.

Easily one of the worst staffs in the league.

Bullpen

Projected Bullpen - George Sherrill(LH)[CL]; Matt Albers(RH); Danys Baez(RH); Jim Johnson(RH); Chris Ray(RH); Dennis Sarfate(RH); Jamie Walker(LH)

Sherrill will start as the closer, but eventually Chris Ray will take back the reigns very soon. That gives the O's 2 lefty releivers in there bullpen. Albers will serve primarily as the long reliever out of the bullpen. Johnson will more than likely be given the set-up position like he ran last year, while Baez and Sarfate take control of the middle relief reigns.

Lineup

Projected Line-Up

1) Brian Roberts/2B

2) Adam Jones/CF

3) Nick Markakis/RF

4) Aubrey Huff/1B

5) Melvin Mora/3B

6) Luke Scott/DH

7) Gregg Zaun/C

8) Cesar Izturis/SS

9) Felix Pie/LF

Bench: Ty Wigginton(INF); Ryan Freel(OF); Chris Gomez(INF); Lou Montanez(RF)

The O's lineup looks okay up and down. Again, they lead off with Brian Roberts, who is still a top notch base stealer and offensive second baseman. Adam Jones will be batting 2nd, and is a candidate for a breakout season. Nick Markakis is one of the best up and coming outfielders in baseball and has good offense and defense. Aubrey Huff is coming off a tremendous year and now enters his contract year. Huff should have another good season, but I doubt he matches his 2008 totals. Mora also comes off a good season and enters his contract year. Chances of him having a season like 2008 are a little slimmer than Huffs, but his totals were not as good. Luke Scott comes back to play DH and should have a good year playing mainly DH. Zaun will have the catcher's spot for about a month or two before Matt Wieters comes up from Norfolk. Izturis will not chip in much in offensive catagories, but his defense will improve the O's infield. Felix Pie, the young outfielder, isn't gonna put up big numbers, but his defense makes the O's one of the best in the league.

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

Category: MLB
Posted on: March 24, 2009 6:20 pm
 

NFL Mock Draft: 3/24

1. Detroit Lions select - Jason Smith/OT Baylor 

2. St. Louis Rams select - Matt Stafford/QB Georgia

-formerly Eugene Monroe

3. Kansas City Chiefs select - Aaron Curry/LB Wake Forest 

4. Seattle Seahawks select - Eugene Monroe/OT Virginia

-formerly Michael Crabtree

5. Cleveland Browns select - Brian Orakpo/DE Texas

6. Cincinnati Bengals select - Michael Oher/OT Mississippi

7. Oakland Raiders select - Michael Crabtree/WR Texas Tech

-formerly B.J. Raji

8. Jacksonville Jaguars select - Vontae Davis/CB Illinois

9. Green Bay Packers select - B.J. Raji/DT Boston College 

-formerly Everrette Brown

10. San Francisco 49ers select - Aaron Maybin/DE Penn State

-formerly Matt Stafford

11. Buffalo Bills select - Everrette Brown/DE Florida State

-formerly Peria Jerry

12. Denver Broncos select - Rey Maulaluga/LB Southern California

13. Washington Redskins select - Andre Smith/OT Alabama

-formerly William Beatty

14. New Orleans Saints select - Malcolm Jenkins/S Ohio State

15. Houston Texans select - Chris Wells/RB Ohio State

16. San Diego Chargers select - William Beatty/OT Connecticut

-formerly Tyson Jackson

17. New York Jets select - Mark Sanchez/QB Southern California

18. Chicago Bears select - Michael Johnson /DE Georgia Tech

19. Tampa Bay Buccaneers select - Josh Freeman/QB Kansas State

20. Detroit Lions select - Brian Cushing/LB Southern California

21. Philadelphia Eagles select - Eben Britton/OT Arizona

22. Minnesota Vikings select - Alex Mack/C California

23. New England Patriots select - Clay Matthews/LB Southern California

24. Atlanta Falcons select - Peria Jerry/DT Mississippi

-formerly Sean Smith

25. Miami Dolphins select - Kenny Britt/WR Rutgers

-formerly Jeremy Maclin

26. Baltimore Ravens select - Jeremy Maclin/WR Missouri

-formerly Hakeem Nicks

27. Indianapolis Colts select - Percy Harvin/WR Florida

-formerly Kenny Britt

28. Philadelphia Eagles select - Sean Smith/S Utah

-formerly Louis Delmas

29. New York Giants select - Hakeem Nicks/WR North Carolina

-formerly Darrius Heyward-Bey

30. Tennessee Titans select - Darius Butler/CB Connecticut

31. Arizona Cardinals select - Knowshon Moreno/RB Georgia

32. Pittsburgh Steelers select - Jamon Meredith/OT South Carolina

 

 

Category: NFL
Posted on: March 17, 2009 7:25 pm
 

NFL Mock Draft: 3/17 edition

1. Detroit Lions select - Jason Smith/OT Baylor 

2. St. Louis Rams select - Eugene Monroe/OT Virginia 

3. Kansas City Chiefs select - Aaron Curry/LB Wake Forest 

4. Seattle Seahawks select - Michael Crabtree/WR Texas Tech

5. Cleveland Browns select - Brian Orakpo/DE Texas

6. Cincinnati Bengals select - Michael Oher/OT Mississippi

7. Oakland Raiders select - B.J. Raji/DT Boston College

8. Jacksonville Jaguars select - Vontae Davis/CB Illinois

9. Green Bay Packers select - Everette Brown/DE Florida State

10. San Francisco 49ers select - Matt Stafford/QB Georgia

11. Buffalo Bills select - Peria Jerry/DT Mississippi

12. Denver Broncos select - Rey Maulaluga/LB Southern California

13. Washington Redskins select - William Beatty/OT Connecticut

14. New Orleans Saints select - Malcolm Jenkins/S Ohio State

15. Houston Texans select - Chris Wells/RB Ohio State

16. San Diego Chargers select - Tyson Jackson/DE Louisiana State

17. New York Jets select - Mark Sanchez/QB Southern California

18. Chicago Bears select - Michael Johnson/DE Georgia Tech

19. Tampa Bay Buccaneers select - Josh Freeman/QB Kansas State

20. Detroit Lions select - Brian Cushing/LB Southern California

21. Philadelphia Eagles select - Eben Britton/OT Arizona

22. Minnesota Vikings select - Alex Mack/C California

23. New England Patriots select - Clay Matthews/LB Southern California

24. Atlanta Falcons select - Sean Smith/S Utah

25. Miami Dolphins select - Jeremy Maclin/WR Missouri

26. Baltimore Ravens select - Hakeem Nicks/WR North Carolina

27. Indianapolis Colts select - Kenny Britt/WR Rutgers

28. Philadelphia Eagles select - Louis Delmas/S Western Michigan

29. New York Giants select - Darrius Heyward-Bey/WR Maryland

30. Tennessee Titans select - Darius Butler/CB Connecticut

31. Arizona Cardinals select - Knowshon Moreno/RB Georgia

32. Pittsburgh Steelers select - Andre Smith/OT Alabama

 Next Time I will try to add some input, but I will answer questions in comments

Category: NFL
Posted on: November 29, 2008 3:41 pm
 

NFL Mock Draft: 11/29 edition

(Note: I do not have redshirt sophemores on here, so no Moreno, Bradford or Crabtree)

1. Detroit Lions logoDetroit Lions select Matt Stafford, QB Georgia

2. Kansas City Chiefs logoKansas City Chiefs select Michael Oher, OT Mississippi

3. Cincinnati Bengals logoCincinnati Bengals select Eugene Monroe, OT Virginia

4. St. Louis Rams logoSt. Louis Rams select Andre Smith, OT Alabama

5. Seattle Seahawks logoSeattle Seahawks select Malcolm Jenkins, CB Ohio State

6. Oakland Raiders logoOakland Raiders select Taylor Mays, S Southern California

7. San Francisco 49ers logoSan Francisco 49ers select Vontae Davis, CB Illinois

8. Houston Texans logoHouston Texans select Brian Orakpo, DE Texas

9. Cleveland Browns logoCleveland Browns select Chris "Beanie" Wells, RB Ohio State

10. Jacksonville Jaguars logoJacksonville Jaguars select Duke Robinson, OG Oklahoma

11. San Diego Chargers logoSan Diego Chargers select Michael Johnson, DE Georgia Tech

12. Green Bay Packers logoGreen Bay Packers select Terrance Cody, DT Alabama

13. Philadelphia Eagles logoPhiladelphia Eagles select Ciron Black, OT Louisiana State

14. Miami Dolphins logoMiami Dolphins select Myron Rolle, S Florida State

15. Minnesota Vikings logoMinnesota Vikings select Tim Tebow, QB Florida

16. Buffalo Bills logoBuffalo Bills select George Selvie, DE South Florida

17. New Orleans Saints logoNew Orleans Saints select James Laurenitus, LB Ohio State

18. Washington Redskins logoWashington Redskins select Everette Brown, DE Florida State

19. Detroit Lions logoDetroit Lions (f/Cowboys) select Jason Smith, OT Baylor

20. New England Patriots logoNew England Patriots select Mike Mickens, CB Cincinnati

21. Denver Broncos logoDenver Broncos select Rey Maulaluga, LB Southern California

22. Atlanta Falcons logoAtlanta Falcons select William Moore, S Missouri

23. Arizona Cardinals logoArizona Cardinals select Alex Mack, C California

24. Baltimore Ravens logoBaltimore Ravens select Darrius Heyward-Bay, WR Maryland

25. Indianapolis Colts logoIndianapolis Colts select Sen'Derrick Marks, DT Auburn

26. Chicago Bears logoChicago Bears select Percy Harvin, WR Florida

27. Philadelphia Eagles logoPhiladelphia Eagles (f/Panthers) select Jermaine Gresham, TE Oklahoma

28. Pittsburgh Steelers logoPittsburgh Steelers select D.J. Moore, CB Vanderbilt

29. Tampa Bay Buccaneers logoTampa Bay Buccaneers select Juaquin Iglesias, WR Oklahoma

30 New York Jets logoNew York Jets select Mark Sanchez, QB Southern California

31. Tennessee Titans logoTennessee Titans select Darius Butler, CB Connetictut

32. New York Giants logoNew York Giants select Brian Cushing, LB Southern California

Category: NFL
 
 
 
 
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