Draft day one 2001 is done.� I think the FO is to be congratulated for their work today.� Moving down in the 1st and up in the 2nd got to where value is located this year.� I like Hampton; after Warren and Seymour, Casey was #3 on my 3-4 list.� Kendrell Bell is a high quality MLB; had the Stillers stuck at #50, I�m fairly confident that the 49ers would have taken him, rather than Jamie Winborn at #47.�� Following is an outline of some prospects still on the board; the needs here are strictly from my wish list.
4th round: Players who carried higher ratings but fell through.
OT/G:� A need position with a lot of depth remaining.
����������� Elliot Silvers, Washington:� 19 reps, too weak.
����������� Marques Sullivan, Illinois
����������� Kenyatta Jones, South Florida: Combine wonder.
����������� Brandon Winey, LSU
����������� Chad Ward, Washington: a road-grader whose stock has fallen.
����������� Note:� OC Robert Garza is still available.
SS:� Hakim Akbar, carried a 2nd/3rd rating but this is not a position of need.� 15 CB are gone; the rest are fairly marginal prospects.� At this point, if the Stillers draft a CB, it will be to replace Simmons, not DW, in 2002.� Note: Last night, I thought I saw that Arizona had taken DT AL Wilson in the top of the 3rd.� Evidently not, SS Adrian Wilson was the Cardinal pick
����������� DE Cedric Scott:� I still don�t see this player.
����������� DT Mario Fatafehi:� Good value at #112.
����������� NT Mario Monds:� Maybe 5th but won�t be there.
����������� DE Ennis Davis:� A long fall.
Run-stuffing MLB:� 3 of 4 of the top Stiller MLB are coverage players.
MLB Carlos Polk:� Would be a 4th round value but depth at OLB might be a larger issue.
����������� MLB Brandon Spoon:� As Polk.
OLB:� It�s a long way from Porter/Gildon to Clark Haggans.
����������� OLB:� Orlando Huff:� Does project as a strong-side player.
����������� OLB/DE: Karon Riley, rush-backer.
Jon Carter, Troy State.
Alan Bannister, Eastern Kentucky
����������� Kevin Kasper, Iowa
����������� John Capel, FSU.
����������� Curtis Fuller, Texas Christian� (4.44 at the Combine)
����������� Corey Hall, Appalachian State (4.47 at the Combine)
����������� Harold Blackmon, Northwestern (4.51 at the Combine)
����������� Jimmy Williams, Vanderbilt (4.58 at Combine)
����������� Scott Carey, Kentucky State� (poor 4.62 at the Combine)
����������� Kenneth Grant, Kentucky����� (4.53 at the Combine)
Dyshod Carter, Kansas State. (no invitation to the Combine)
����������� Chris Edmonds, WVU
����������� Brady McDonnell, Colorado
����������� Roland Seymour, FSU
����������� Monty Beisel, Kansas State.� Poor 40, good shuttle, makes plays.
����������� Fred Wakefield, Illinois
����������� Daleroy Stewart, Southern Miss. A workout warrior with a single digit Wonderlic.