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Shark Tank 2005 NFL Mock Draft

1. SF – Aaron Rodgers, QB, Cal (lundylove)
2. MIA – Matt Leinart, QB, USC (Third and real real long)
3. WAS – Alex Barron, OT, FSU (TaZZ)
4. CAR – Jammal Brown, OT, Oklahoma (Kaleb.09)
5. DAL – Antrel Rolle, CB, Miami (Just8522)
6. OAK – Rodrique Wright, DT, Texas (visual97)
7. KC – David Pollack, DE, Georgia (Third and real real long)
8. CLE – Derrick Johnson, OLB, Texas (bgsulax13)
9. ARI – Kyle Orton, QB, Purdue (Kaleb.09)
10. TB – Carnell Williams, RB, Auburn (Third and real real long)
11. NO – Marlin Jackson, CB, Michigan (moosen)
12. CHI – Mike Williams, WR, USC (visual97)
13. TEN – Matthias Kiwanuka, DE, Boston College (bigtexdog)
14. DAL – Antajj Hawthorne, DT, Wisconsin (lundylove)
15. HOU – D’Brickshaw Ferguson, OT, Virginia (bgsulax13)
16. DET – Erasmus James, DE, Wisconsin (lundylove)
17. CIN – Ahmad Brooks, LB, Virginia (moosen)
18. STL – Thomas Davis, S, Georgia (visual97)
19. SD – Channing Crowder, ILB, Florida (TaZZ)
20. SEA – Braylon Edwards, WR, Michigan (Third and real real long)
21. GB – Jason White, QB, Oklahoma (Kaleb.09)
22. MIN – Marcus Spears, DE, Wisconsin (visual97)
23. JAC – Dan Cody, DE, Oklahoma (TaZZ)
24. DEN – Cedric Benson, RB, Texas (visual97)
25. SD – Craphonso Thorpe, WR, Florida State (bigtexdog)
26. NYJ – Justin Miller, CB, Clemson (moosen)
27. BAL – Mark Clayton, WR, Oklahoma (Kaleb.09)
28. IND – Corey Webster, CB, LSU (Sidewinder)
29. ATL – Andrew Whitworth, OT, LSU (txnhuss)
30. NE – Fred Gibson, WR, Georgia (czar21)
31. PHI – Travis Johnson, DT, Florida State (dragonz20)
32. PIT – Chris Henry, WR, West Virginia (by consensus)

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