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DR. Z's MOCK DRAFT
Paul Zimmerman
April 28, 2008
Who's going Long in the Top 10? Can the Falcons afford not to pick a quarterback? SI senior writer Paul Zimmerman has all the answers in his forecast for first-round selections this Saturday. Bonus picks: seven gems who'll be taken in the later rounds
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April 28, 2008

Dr. Z's Mock Draft

Who's going Long in the Top 10? Can the Falcons afford not to pick a quarterback? SI senior writer Paul Zimmerman has all the answers in his forecast for first-round selections this Saturday. Bonus picks: seven gems who'll be taken in the later rounds

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Could use Keith Rivers, but he'll likely be gone. The top corner is available if the Saints want him. The decision will be between the explosive Jenkins and Troy's kinetic Leodis McKelvin, who coach Sean Payton says represents the safer choice.

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Buffalo Bills

DEVIN THOMAS
WR, Michigan State

Surprising that the best wideout is still left, but it's a great fit for the Bills, who need someone to complement Lee Evans on the other flank. The defensive coaches could win the argument, though, and then the pick will be a cornerback.

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Denver Broncos

RASHARD MENDENHALL
RB, Illinois

Mike Shanahan collects running backs, and this rugged, 225-pound north-south slasher fits the coach's preference for quick, decisive thrusts. Oregon's Jonathan Stewart would also have been a good fit for the Broncos if not for his recent toe surgery.

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