MY NFL DRAFT ARTICLE

edward abramCorrespondent IDecember 19, 2009

Lantz Mathers, de/ olb, 6’2” 255, N.W. Oklahoma State University (28.5 career sacks)

 

Quick, good acceleration and a good tackler for a d-lineman. Makes plays all over the field. Has speed to play weakside linebacker but too good a pass rusher to put in coverage and may lack movement a linebacker needs. Could play olb in 3-4 defense or blitz from 4-3 olb position. Could be another Derrick Burgess or John Abraham type player.  

2009 CSFL defensive player of the year and NAIA all-ameica.

 

my mock 2010 NFL draft

 

Tampa Bay  Ndamukong Suh,dl, Nebraska

St. Louis  Jimmy Clausen,qb, Notre Dame

DetroitRussell Okung,ot, Oklahoma State

Cleveland after trading down  Taylor Mays,s, USC

Tenessee  Golden Tate,wr, Notre Dame

Seattle  Trent Williams,ot, Oklahoma

Denver Gerald McCoy, Oklahoma

San Francisco Eric Berry,s, Tennessee

N.Y. Jets  Jerry Hughes,dl/olb, TCU

San Francisco Chris Marinelli,ot, Stanford

Oakland Ronaldo McClain, lb, Alabama will rotate at middle and outside until he starts.

Kansas City  Brian Bulaga,ot, Iowa

Houston Joe Hayden,cb, Florida

PittsburghBruce Campbell,ot, Maryland

CincinnatiTerrence Cody,dt, Alabama

Washington  Earl Thomas,s, Alabama

Jacksonvilleafter trading up Derrick Morgan,de, Georgia Tech

 

 

 

Rams trade Steven Jackson

Browns  trade Derrick Anderson

Chargers trade L.T.

Panthers trade Julius Peppers

 

 

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