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Playing with the agility of a power forward, the 6'5", 309-pound Oher enables Detroit to move longtime LT Jeff Backus to guard this season or next.
There are more accomplished backs in the draft, but coach Andy Reid loves how McCoy catches the ball out of the backfield. He'll provide relief for Brian Westbrook.
Gritty blue-collar player is the perfect replacement for departed Pro Bowl center Matt Birk. Dark-horse possibility: monster (6'8") Oklahoma tackle Phil Loadholt.
One smart guy swears they're taking UConn CB Darius Butler. Maybe. But with four picks among the top 58, the Pats can afford a luxury like the dangerous Harvin.
Atlanta needs front-seven help more, and could take Missouri DT Ziggy Hood here. But the best blocking-receiving TE in the past three drafts is too good to pass up.