10 RAVENS (from Broncos)*
Jamal Lewis, RB, TENNESSEE
Dazzling 240-pounder with 4.37 speed. The trade gives the Ravens extra picks, and they still get the man they wanted all along.
Ron Dayne, RB, WISCONSIN
In-house debate over Dayne and Alabama's Shaun Alexander ends when New York takes the punishing 254-pounder.
Keith Bulluck, LB, SYRACUSE
Bulluck will get first crack at departed Lee Woodall's strongside spot. Niners feel they can address CB needs later in the draft.
Travis Taylor, WR, FLORIDA
At 6'1", 200 pounds, fits trend toward big wideouts with speed. Tampa Bay is desperate for a receiver who doesn't drop the ball.
Shaun Ellis, DE, TENNESSEE
Neck injury the only question about this 280-pound pass-rush specialist who had 8� sacks and II tackles for a loss last season.
Sylvester Morris, WR, JACKSON STATE
Another big wideout, at 6'3", 216, with big-play potential. Averaged a gaudy 20.3 yards a catch last year.
Bubba Franks, TE, MIAMI
When was the last time New York had a productive pass-catching TE? Mickey Shuler in the 1980s? Jerome Barkum in the '70s?
John Abraham, DE-LB, SOUTH CAROLINA
A third-down rusher. Long-range potential gives him the edge over Michigan State LB Julian Peterson, another Oakland favorite.
Stockar McDougle, T, OKLAHOMA
New York's biggest player since famous fat man of the 1960s, Sherman Plunkett. He's a 355-pound power blocker with a mean streak.
Bertha O'Neal, CB, CALIFORNIA
Can double as a return man. Top three corners are tightly bunched, but Seattle likes the versatility that O'Neal offers.