Reviewing NFL Draft Defensive Line Options

As we get closer to the 2010 NFL Draft next Thursday, it seems more and more likely there may not be a good inside or outside linebacker worthy of a number 26 pick, so it may come down to another position.  Take the Arizona Cardinals defensive line for instance.  With Darnell Dockett and Calais Campbell, surely the line has two of the NFL’s best.  However that doesnt mean you can’t be hungry for more.  They need more.

So, who are the best linemen available at number 26?  Well, we know Ndamukong Suh from Nebraska won’t be there and there is really only one of his kind.  Gerald McCoy from Alabama will be gone as will Tennessee’s Dan Williams most likely. That leaves possibly Jared Odrick from Penn State.   He was the Big Ten’s defensive player of the year. He is good off the snap and has definite quickness.  I would not be surprised to see him picked at number 25 by the Baltimore Ravens just ahead of the Cards.  In case that doesn’t happen though, I would love to see Odrick at number 26.

If Cards go with a defensive line pick, who should it be at 26?

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