I hope you're all ready for Christmas. The tree went up in the Staton household today, with Mrs. Rob kindly doing it all by herself as I was out broadcasting in the freezing weather. Come to think of it, our house is starting to look like a mini-grotto. I'm guessing I'll be the one who ends taking this stuff down in January.
Not much is happening in the draft world today but here's a few odds and ends. Bowl season has kicked off with Aaron Curry's Wake Forest defeating Navy in the Eaglebank Bowl.
This self proclaimed Draft Guru has a mock draft to check out. They have Andre Smith going first overall to Detroit, Brian Orakpo second to Cincinatti, Seattle are taking Michael Crabtree but Matthew Stafford falls all the way to number fourteen.
Q.I. Sports also has a mock draft with some good footage of each prospect. In this prediction, Sam Bradford is going first overall but yet again Michael Crabtree is headed northwest to Seattle.
In our to poll to find out the best defensive prospect in the 2009 draft, Taylor Mays is currently leading with 23%. Close behind is Rey Maualuga on 21%. If you want to change the way the voting is going check the right hand side bar underneath the mock draft and have your say. Voting closes on Christmas Day.