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Round 3 At A Glance

April 30, 2006

a-from New Orleans; b-from San Francisco through Denver; c-from Tennessee; d-from N.Y. Jets; e-from Buffalo; f-from Baltimore through New England; g-from Philadelphia; h-from Dallas; I-from Minnesota; j-from Washington; k-from N.Y. Giants; l-from Chicago; m-from Jacksonville; n-from Denver through Atlanta and Green Bay; o-from Seattle through Minnesota; p-from Pittsburgh; q-compensatory selection.

*--* N. TEAM PLAYER P HT WT COLLE IT'S A FACT GE 65. Charl OT 6-5 351 Pitts Switched from defense while at Housto es burgh Pitt. n Spenc er 66. Eric OT 6-6 311 Miami A former tight end. Housto Winst n-a on 67. Abdul LB 6-0 225 Iowa Moved into lineup as a Green Hodge sophomore. Bay 68. Claud DT 6-2 303 Louis Finished college career with St. e iana 12 sacks. Louis- Wrote State b n 69. Paul G 6-6 313 Weber Scouts rave about his Oaklan McQui State positioning. d stan 70. Ashto CB 6-0 188 Ohio Led Buckeyes in passes broken Buffal n State up. o-c Youbo ty 71. Chris DE 6-2 224 Cal Most projected him to go Philad Gocon Poly undrafted. elphia g SLO -d 72. Leona TE 6-8 257 Georg Was a go-to receiver in short Arizon rd ia yardage. a Pope 73. Dusty DT 6-3 305 Oklah Elbow injury did not slow him Chicag Dvora oma last season. o-e cek 74. Brian RB 5-9 202 Wisco Small size will be an obstacle. Detroi Calho nsin t un 75. Jason C 6-3 304 Louis Started at guard and center Green Spitz ville for Louisville. Bay-f 76. Antho LB 6-0 251 Ohio Wasn't a full-time player till N.Y. ny State last season. Jets-g Schle gel 77. Jon LB 6-1 224 Stanf Excellent in passing St. Alsto ord situations. Louis n 78. Travi WR 6-2 213 Oklah Strong Senior Bowl helped him. Clevel s oma and Wilso n 79. Jerio RB 6-0 203 Missi Runs upright and is easy to Atlant us ssipp tackle. a Norwo i od State 80. Clint LB 6-2 245 Oklah Has trouble changing direction. Jackso Ingra oma nville m -h 81. Charl QB 6-5 222 Clems Clemson's offense held him San ie on back. Diego White hurst 82. Derek WR 6-2 209 Arizo Scouts say he drops a lot of Miami Hagan na balls. State 83. Antho S 6-0 193 Syrac Strong on the blitz and Pittsb ny use against the run. urgh-I Smith 84. Brand WR 5-9 180 Wisco Main value may be as a kick San on nsin returner. Franci Willi sco-j ams 85. Brodi QB 6-3 204 Alaba Well-suited for a West Coast Kansas e ma offense. City Croyl e 86. Dave TE 6-3 239 Texas Is also a long snapper. New Thoma Englan s d 87. David CB 5-11 182 North Looks uncomfortable in zone Baltim Pittm weste coverage. ore-k an rn State 88. James LB 6-3 230 Virgi Scouts rave about his tackling Caroli Ander nia ability. na-l son Tech 89. Rasha OT 6-5 292 Miami One of the better run blockers Caroli d in draft. na Butle r 90. Mauri WR 6-4 218 Notre An excellent short-yardage Tampa ce Dame receiver. Bay Stova ll 91. Frost DE 6-3 267 USC Scouts would like him to add Cincin ee muscle. nati Rucke r 92. Jason DE 6-6 283 Gramb Long-term project. Dallas Hatch ling -m er State 93. Domin TE 6-2 256 USC Scouts questioned his St. ique dedication. Louis- Byrd n 94. Fredd LB 5-11 227 San Intensity makes up for size. Indian ie Diego apolis Kelah State o 95. Willi WR 5-11 187 Flori Former running back also Pittsb e da returns kicks. urgh-o Reid State 96. Gerri LB 6-3 239 Georg Better against the run than N.Y. s ia the pass. Giants Wilki Tech -p nson 97. Eric S 6-1 209 Michi Health problems are his N.Y. Smith gan biggest issue. Jets-q State

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