With a trade to the Colts down in the first round we received their second round and fifth round pick. I concentrated one defense which is where I believe we need the most help. The Colts trade may be unlikely, it might be more a trade with 2 round heavy New England, however this one had more of the outcome I was looking for.
Round 1 (31 pick)
Jason Pierre-Paul DE South Florida
DE Jason Pierre-Paul Highlights/Lowlights 2009 USF (via ProDraftParty)
I think this kid is underrated and not a bad pick even though he probably should have gone in round two.
Round 2 (63 Pick)
Kareem Jackson CB Alabama
I think this is a very good pick, if he had stayed for one more year at Bama he may have made himself a 1st round pick. His college stats are not bad and he could do very well in the pros.
Round 3 (75 Pick)
Dan LeFevour QB Central Michigan
Senior Bowl 2010: Central Michigan QB Dan LeFevour Highlights (via CMUSports)
I love this pick since I have Le'Fevour and the only cure is more cow bell.
Round 4 (106 Pick)
Major Wright SS Florida
Major Wright vs. Oklahoma (via AloDraft)
I like Wright, he is a hard hitter and for the fourth round I think this is a good pick up. My only fear is picking up another Safety from Florida, Nelson syndrome scares me.
Round 5 (137 Pick)
Roddrick Muckelroy OLB Texas
Roddrick Muckleroy Sack Against Rice (via TerranceSchaefer)
He had a big game against Rice last year and did well this year in the NC so not a bad 5th round pick.
Round 5 (158 Pick)
Perry Riley ILB LSU
I don't know how I feel about Riley, I haven't seen him play alot to be honest and couldn't find any video on him.
Round 6 (171 Pick)
Chris Scott OG Tennessee
I don't really like this pick, due to the fact I am a VT fan I watched him break down all night against our defensive line and I would much rather it have picked a center at this point or another secondary player.
Let me know what you think. This draft was done on drafttek.com
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