Who will end up #1?

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Mar 032010
 

The St. Louis Rams are on the clock. They have the number one overall pick in the 2010 NFL draft. The list of possible players has been cut down to QB Sam Bradford of Oklahoma, DT Ndamukong Suh of Nebraska, and DT Gerald McCoy of Oklahoma. The Rams are still waiting to watch all these players perform in the combine and pro day. We have heard media outlets pointing at Bradford being the #1 overall pick if he has an impressive showing at his pro day. This is a team that has a lot of needs to fill and could even explore the possibility of trading away the pick. Who do you think will end up being selected #1 overall on April 22?

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  2 Responses to “Who will end up #1?”

  1. I was reading a few different articles which state that Donovan Mcnabb might end being traded to St. Louis for the first pick of the 2nd round so if that somehow happens, which I dont think it will, then the Rams wouldnt need to take Sam Bradford and they could grab Ndamukong Suh to start rebuilding their defensive line. So I think depending on what happens with the Mcnabb situation that will dictate who ends up being the first pick overall. But I think it will be Suh or Bradford. I also think there are a lot of sleepers in this years draft who could be potential big time impact players on Sundays

  2. I read that as well here…… http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2010/03/04/whispers-continue-regarding-rams-and-mcnabb/
    I think the Rams would be better off doing just that. The Eagles are ready to move on and will jump at that pick for him. Suh will either be picked 1st by the Rams or 2nd by the Lions. But in every draft there is a smoke screen and a few days ago a report claimed Coach Sparano was sold on McCoy as the #1. They were also talks of trading the pick to the Bucs for the #3 overall a 3rd round pick and Josh Johnson.

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