"This is really a beauty-in-the-eye-of-the-beholder draft," says Seahawks general manager- coach Mike Holmgren. Players who are projected high on one team's board are way down on another's. After you get past Michael Vick, anything can happen. At least half a dozen teams want to trade down, but with cap money running thin, there are few takers. The action, if any, won't come until after the drafting begins. (Asterisk denotes a projected trade.)
Michael Vick, QB, VIRGINIA TECH He'll be the NFL's best athlete at his position, a title that once went to, well, Doug Flutie, who will be Vick's mentor.
Gerard Warren, DT, FLORIDA A force for a team that desperately needs help up front, but Arizona is one of many clubs that want to trade down.
LaDainian Tomlinson, RB, TCU He shot up on the charts when he ran a 4.36 in the 40 at the combine—after weighing in at 221 pounds.
Leonard Davis, T, TEXAS I actually saw one scouting report on this 6'6", 370-pound monster that began, "Good size." He's also light on his feet.
Justin Smith, DE, MISSOURI David Terrell is a possibility, but serious edge rushers are scarcer than wideouts. Smith has a nonstop motor and great endurance.
David Terrell, WR. MICHIGAN Speed, size (6'3", 214 pounds), toughness—he has it all. You'd expect Bill Belichick to go for defense, but Terrell is special.
(from Cowboys) Damione Lewis, DT, MIAMI Holmgren picked up two DTs in free agency, but he wants more. "I'll never be caught short in defensive linemen again," he says.
Andre Carter, DE, CAL He's undersized at 249 pounds but a real competitor. Some Chicago scouts are pushing for Wisconsin RB Michael Bennett.
(from 49ers)* Kenyatta Walker, T, FLORIDA Tampa Bay moves up to get this smooth pass blocker, who will be immediately plugged in at left tackle.