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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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Houston Texans

CHRIS WILLIAMS
T, Vanderbilt

Houston's quarterbacks are perennially under pressure, and the Texans are finally addressing the problem at the ground level. Williams is the consensus No. 4 tackle in the draft, a tall, smooth, athletic type with fine pass-blocking instincts.

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Philadelphia Eagles

AQIB TALIB
CB, Kansas

He's higher on Philadelphia's board than on other teams'. A size-and-speed guy (6'1", 202 and 4.44 in the 40), he plays with a kind of arrogance that makes him liked or disliked by the scouts. There's no middle ground.

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Tampa Bay Buccaneers

JAMES HARDY
WR, Indiana

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