The link above has I believe the next 3 rounds. It seems that the Falcons would probalby go for a QB (likely Ryan), and IMHO we could choose from Dorsey, Chris, or Jake Long. One of the 3 (probably Jake Long) will slip past the 3rd overall pick. Trading down is also an option. With that in mind, what does the board think?
1. MIAMI DOLPHINS
DE | Virginia | Scouting Report
Odds are Bill Parcells will try to trade down but the question is will anyone want to move up? Not only would it be costly in terms of draft picks but then they will have to worry about negotiating a huge, #1 overall pick contract as well. If they stay put the Dolphins will likely be zeroing in on three players: Chris Long, Glenn Dorsey and Jake Long. Knowing Parcells the smart money is certainly on defense and in a photo finish Howie's boy gets the nod. Not only is Long a perfect fit for Miami's 3-4 scheme but he also brings the type of intensity and non-stop motor that "The Tuna" covets.
2. ST. LOUIS RAMS
DT | L.S.U. | Scouting Report
This is a tough spot for the Rams since the value on the board does not necessarily match their greatest needs but at this point defensive line looks like the best option. Chris Long may be a better fit but it is hard to classify Glenn Dorsey as a consolation prize because many consider him to be the top senior prospect in this draft. La'Roi Glover won't be around much longer and even though Clifford Ryan played well as a rookie it would probably be difficult to justify passing on a talent like Dorsey because of him. Moving last year's #1 Adam Carriker back outside to end is even a possibility.