daullaz wrote:Even with his previous track record, I don't see any way Braylon falls to number seven or that he's drafted after Williams. If Tennessee really wants Barron, they'd better trade down and get him at a better value than with the 6th pick. Maybe a draft day trade with Dallas or San Diego? If Braylon Edwards is actually there at the sixth pick, I think the 'Boys package their two first-rounders together to go get him.
Though if Mark Clayton is available when Philly picks, I'll be more than happy with that. As a Longhorn fan, I've seen enough of Clayton to know he's going to be special. As an Eagle fan, I know it doesn't get much worse than Pinkston/Mitchell (hit the road, Jack) as a No. 2 wideout.
Clayton would be nice, but they think we'll move up (which I agree with) - they just said it's silly to predict trades in a mock.