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April 25, 2008 at 5:20 PM

Draft day looming

In case you haven’t heard — and you’d have to be David Stern assessing the Sonics’ situation to be that oblivious — the NFL Draft is this weekend.
As I wrote earlier this week, there’s a decent chance no Huskies get taken.
As added evidence, the seven-round mock draft of Todd McShay on ESPN.com, updated this week, doesn’t include any Huskies.
Louis Rankin, however, remains confident he will be taken, according to this story in his hometown paper, the Stockton Record, in which he is quoted as saying that he has been telling scouts that whichever team drafts him will win the Super Bowl next year.
And this story in the Rocky Mountain News has a mention of Marcel Reece, noting him as a sleeper player who could be taken and noting that he didn’t play more last year because UW coaches didn’t always believe he was committed to blocking (it was well-known during his UW career that was something he needed to improve).

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