Ryan Rigmaiden's final 2006 mock draft

It's finally here folks. The Houston Texans have been on the clock for the better part of four months and tomorrow at 9 a.m. (PST) they will make their selection to begin the annual NFL Draft. Seahawks.NET's Draft guru Ryan Rigmaiden offers up his best guesses on how the draft will fall in the first two rounds on Saturday and he thinks the Hawks will look to upgrade an already solid defense.

This is probably one of the hardest Drafts to predict in recent memory, and it starts at the top. Depending on what New Orleans and Tennessee do, the 2006 board could fall any number of ways. Here's Ryan's final Mock Draft – listen to tonight's radio show on Spokane's 790 AM KJRB "The Fan" for more on the draft and Ryan's thoughts on who Seattle will be looking at late in the first round and throughout the rest of the Draft.

2006 NFL Draft

Round 1
1. Houston- Reggie Bush, RB USC
2. New Orleans- Mario Williams, DE N.C. State
3. Tennessee- Matt Leinart, QB USC
4. New York Jets- D'Brickashaw Ferguson, OT Virginia
5. Green Bay- A.J. Hawk, OLB Ohio State
6. San Francisco- Vernon Davis, TE Maryland
7. Oakland- Vince Young, QB Texas
8. Buffalo- Broderick Bunkley, DT Florida State
9. Detroit- Michael Huff, S Texas
10. Arizona- Jay Cutler, QB Vanderbilt
11. St. Louis- Chad Greenway, LB Iowa
12. Cleveland- Kamerion Wimbley, DE Florida State
13. Baltimore- Winston Justice, OT USC
14. Philadelphia- Haloti Ngata, DT Oregon
15. Denver (from Atlanta)- Santonio Holmes, WR Ohio State
16. Miami- Manny Lawson, DE N.C. State
17. Minnesota- Ernie Sims, LB Florida State
18. Dallas- Donte Whitner, S Ohio State
19. San Diego- Chad Jackson, WR Florida
20. Kansas City- Tye Hill, CB Clemson
21. New England- DeMeco Ryans, LB Alabama
22. San Francisco (from WASH, through DEN)- Antonio Cromartie, CB Florida State
23. Tampa Bay- Jason Allen, S Tennessee
24. Cincinnati- Jimmy Williams, CB Virginia Tech
25. New York Giants- Sinorice Moss, WR Miami
26. Chicago- Bobby Carpenter, OLB Ohio State
27. Carolina- DeAngelo Williams, RB Memphis
28. Jacksonville- Mercedes Lewis, TE UCLA
29. New York Jets (from Denver)- Laurence Maroney, RB Minnesota
30. Indianapolis- Joseph Addai, RB LSU
31. Seattle- Jonathan Joseph, CB South Carolina
32. Pittsburgh- LenDale White, RB USC





Round 2


33. Houston- Eric Winston, OT Miami
34. New Orleans- Nick Mangold, C Ohio State
35. New York Jets- Ashton Youboty, CB Ohio State
36. Green Bay- Davin Joseph, G Oklahoma
37. Denver (from San Francisco)- Tamba Hali, DE Penn State
38. Oakland- Thomas Howard, LB UTEP
39. Tennessee- D'Qwell Jackson, LB Maryland
40. Detroit- Marcus McNeil, OT Auburn
41. Arizona- Leonard Pope, TE Georgia
42. Buffalo- Kelly Jennings, CB Miami
43. Cleveland- Gabe Watson, DT Michigan
44. Baltimore- Ko Simpson, S South Carolina
45. Philadelphia- Andrew Whitworth, OT LSU
46. St. Louis- Richard Marshall, CB Fresno State
47. Atlanta- Brian Calhoun, RB Wisconsin
48. Minnesota- Max Jean Gilles, G Georgia
49. Dallas- Duce Latui, G USC
50. San Diego- Abdul Hodge, LB Iowa
51. Minnesota (from Miami)- Kellen Clemens, QB Oregon
52. New England- Daniel Bullocks, S Nebraska
53. Washington- Rocky McIntosh, LB Miami
54. Kansas City- Derek Hagan, WR Arizona State
55. Cincinnati- Joe Klopfenstein, TE Colorado
56. New York Giants- Rodrique Wright, DT Texas
57. Chicago- Cedric Griffin, CB Texas
58. Carolina- DeMario Minter, CB Georgia
59. Tampa Bay- Claude Wroten, DT LSU
60. Jacksonville- Jon Alston, LB Stanford
61. Denver- Orien Harris, DT Miami
62. Indianapolis- Daryn College, OT Boise State
63. Seattle- Daryl Tapp, DE Virginia Tech
64. Pittsburgh- Maurice Stovall, WR Notre Dame

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