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Who's left for Rounds Two and Three? Well, plenty

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Updated Oct. 06, 2010 @ 7:27 p.m.
By Eric Edholm

We updated Nolan Nawrocki's highest-rated players list to reflect the players now who remain on the board for Friday's portion of the draft. And there are some first-round-ish kinds of guys still out there.

There's obviously Jimmy Clausen, who will tempt some teams (possibly via a trade) within the first eight picks of the second round or so.

Buyer beware on Sergio Kindle, a fine player but one who comes with character, intelligence and serious medical red flags.

There's Vlad Ducasse, the intriguing OLT prospect who carries some risk and is not a plug-and-play guy, but he also could make a quick exit from the board.

And fourth on the list is Indiana OT-OG Rodger Saffold, a great fit for a zone-blocking scheme and a player who many thought could sneak into the back end of Round One.


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