JONATHAN VILMA, LB, Miami
He's still here? Grab him. This tackling machine comes from the same school that produced Ray Lewis, Mike Barrow and many more.
MICHAEL CLAYTON, WR, LSU
Wideout is not a need position, but this possession wideout would be a nice complement to Chris Chambers and David Boston.
STEVEN JACKSON, RB, Oregon State
They get this pick back from the Pats, then take this slashing 233-pounder as insurance for Jamal Lewis, who is facing drug charges.
SHAWN ANDREWS, T, Arkansas
They've mentioned Michigan RB Chris Perry, so we know who it won't be. With Larry Allen on the decline, Andrews would be ideal.
MICHAEL JENKINS, WR, Ohio State
They could go for defense, but Jenkins, another of those size-speed (6'4", 218 and 4.38) wonder kids, is too inviting to pass up.
CHRIS PERRY, RB, Michigan
Having shipped Corey Dillon to New England, Cincinnati snaps up the third-highest-rated running back in the draft.
BEN TROUPE, TE, Florida
He's not a burner, but he's quick and explosive, and the Pack would like another big guy (6'5", 262) to team with Bubba Franks.
BEN WATSON, TE, Georgia
Brandon Manumaleuna is a minimal receiving threat. Enter Watson, who wowed 'em with a 4.50 40 and 34 reps on the bench press.
MARCUS TUBBS, DT, Texas
Rated the third-best player in the draft at his position, this sturdy 324-pounder makes up for the loss of Robaire Smith to free agency.
CHRIS GAMBLE, CB, Ohio State
With both starting comerbacks gone, Philadelphia goes for a player who can cover but whose tackling isn't NFL quality.