Chris McIntosh, T-G, WISCONSIN
Desperate to reestablish a running game, Detroit plans to move Dayne's favorite escort inside to guard.
21 BROWNS (from Chiefs)*
Shaun Alexander, RB, ALABAMA
Cleveland likes him enough to trade up. If Kansas City stays put, Ohio State CB Ahmed Plummer will be the man.
Julian Peterson, LB, MICHIGAN STATE
More defensive help. Peterson, 6'4", 240 and athletic, will play over the tight end, freeing LB Chad Brown for the pass rush.
Dwayne Goodrich, CB, TENNESSEE
"I always like defensive linemen," George Seifert says, "but this year I might cross 'em up." Clockings in the 4.3 range sell Seifert.
Ahmed Plummer, CB, OHIO STATE
Mariucci can't believe his favorite cover man is still on the board. He had assumed one of three other teams would have picked Plummer.
Chris Hovan, DT, BOSTON COLLEGE
Takes the place of an aging Jerry Ball as a sturdy run-stopper who can cover for John Randle's upfield rushes.
Rashard Anderson, CB-S, JACKSON STATE
Physical, 6'2�", 206-pound corner counters trend toward big wideouts. Might be switched to departed FS Kurt Schulz's spot.
Todd Wade, T, MISSISSIPPI
Tampa Bay has done a lot to shore up its line, but LT Paul Gruber broke his leg in the regular-season finale and may retire.
Darren Howard, BE, KANSAS STATE
Everyone says Brigham Young MLB Rob Morris is a lock here, but Indianapolis will gamble that it can pick him up later.
Dez White, WR, GEORGIA TECH
Would prefer a tackle, but at this spot the "best athlete" theory applies. White, with tremendous big-play potential, qualifies.