The Inquirer has presented different mock drafts this week. Here is staff writer Marc Narducci's updated look at tomorrow's NFL draft.

No. Team          Player                Pos.    Ht.    Wt.    College

1.    Oakland      JaMarcus Russell    QB    6-6    263    LSU

Nobody in the NFL will have a stronger arm.

2. Tampa Bay       Calvin Johnson       WR    6-4    237    Georgia Tech

(Proposed trade with Detroit.) Jon Gruden needs players who can win for him now.

3. Cleveland       Brady Quinn          QB    6-3    226    Notre Dame

Quinn is knocked for his lack of accuracy, but is a serious upgrade over Charlie Frye.

4. Detroit          Gaines Adams       DE    6-5    260    Clemson (Proposed trade with Tampa Bay.) The Lions need OL help, but love his pass-rushing potential.

5. Arizona          Joe Thomas          OT    6-6    313    Wisconsin

Other than Johnson, he might be the second most productive rookie.

6. Buffalo          Adrian Peterson       RB    6-2    218    Oklahoma

(Proposed trade with Washington.) The Bills can't believe Peterson is still available to replace Willis McGahee.

7. Minnesota       Ted Ginn Jr.          WR    6-0    180    Ohio State

He has had foot problems, but if healthy, could be a future all-pro.

8. Atlanta          LaRon Landry          S       6-2    205    LSU

The only way he won't go here is if Minnesota takes him.

9. Miami          Levi Brown          OT    6-3    328    Penn State

The Dolphins allowed 41 sacks and should draft Brown unless Quinn drops.

10. Houston       Amobi Okoye         DT    6-2    287    Louisville

The Texans would likely take Brown if he drops.

11. San Francisco Adam Carriker       DE    6-6    292    Nebraska

He might have the best motor in the draft.

12. Washington    Jamaal Anderson    DE    6-6    279    Arkansas

(Proposed trade with Buffalo.) The Skins had just 19 sacks last season.

13. St. Louis       Patrick Willis          LB       6-1    240    Mississippi

The Rams allowed 21 rushing TDs, the most in the NFL.

14. Carolina       Greg Olsen          TE       6-4    252    Miami

The Eagles should attempt to trade up for this guy.

15. Pittsburgh       Darrelle Revis       CB    6-0    197    Pittsburgh

The Steelers go for a local product who also returns punts.

16. Green Bay       Marshawn Lynch       RB    5-11    217    California

The Packers need a replacement for Ahman Green.

17. Jacksonville    Reggie Nelson       FS       6-0    193    Florida

If Nelson is still available, the Jags will jump at taking him.

18. Cincinnati       Leon Hall             CB      5-11    193    Michigan

The Bengals were 31st in the NFL in allowing 238.6 passing yards per game.

19. Tennessee       Dwayne Jarrett       WR    6-5    215    USC

Downgraded because of a lack of blazing speed.

20. N.Y. Giants      Paul Posluszny       LB       6-1    237    Penn State

The Giants need serious help at linebacker.

21. Denver       Jarvis Moss          DE    6-6      251    Florida

The Broncos could use another speed rusher.

22. Dallas          Aaron Ross          CB      6-1    192    Texas

This is a player the Eagles have their eye on.

23. Kansas City    Robert Meachem       WR    6-3    211    Tennessee

It seems as if the Chiefs always need receivers.

24. New England   Chris Houston       CB    5-11    185    Arkansas

He is raw but among the better athletes in the draft.

25. N.Y. Jets       Alan Branch          DT    6-6    331    Michigan

Injury concerns have dropped his stock.

26. EAGLES       Brandon Meriweather FS    5-11   192    Miami

Teams have to be sold on his character.

27. New Orleans    Justin Harrell          DT    6-4      305    Tennessee

Former Eagle Hollis Thomas can't play forever.

28. New England    Ryan Kalil            C       6-3      291    USC

The Pats like his strength and intelligence.

29. Baltimore       Joe Staley          OT    6-5    302    Cent. Mich.

Jonathan Ogden's uncertainty makes it necessary to groom a new OT.

30. San Diego      Dwayne Bowe       WR    6-2    217    LSU

Great physical talent, but needs to be more consistent catching the ball.

31. Chicago       Jon Beason          LB       6-0    236    Miami

Who knows what will happen with disgruntled LB Lance Briggs?

32. Indianapolis    Michael Griffin       S       6-0    195    Texas

This is another player the Eagles could be looking at.

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