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2DetroitCharles Rogers
3HoustonAndre Johnson
4New YorkDewayne Robertson
5DallasTerence Newman
6New OrleansJohnathan Sullivan
7JacksonvilleByron Leftwich
8CarolinaJordan Gross
9MinnesotaKevin Williams
10BaltimoreTerrell Suggs
11SeattleMarcus Trufant
12St. LouisJimmy Kennedy
13New EnglandTy Warren
14ChicagoMichael Haynes
15PhiladelphiaJerome McDougle
16PittsburghTroy Polamalu
17ArizonaBryant Johnson
18ArizonaCalvin Pace
19BaltimoreKyle Boller
20DenverGeorge Foster
21ClevelandJeff Faine
22ChicagoRex Grossman
23BuffaloWillis McGahee
24IndianapolisDallas Clark
25New YorkWilliam Joseph
26San FranciscoKwame Harris
27Kansas CityLarry Johnson
28TennesseeAndre Woolfolk
29Green BayNick Barnett
30San DiegoSammy Davis
31OaklandNnamdi Asomugha
32OaklandTyler Brayton
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Kyle Boller

That's A Wrap
The 2003 NFL draft is over so it's time to hand out grades. Len Pasquarelli gave Baltimore, which traded to get quarterback Kyle Boller an "A-plus" during his reviews and grades for the AFC and NFC teams. Meanwhile, John Clayton made notice of certain teams failing to address needs in his 10 draft observations.

• Roundtable takes
• Day 2 draftees: Henson | Pinner | Weathersby
• Palmer goes No. 1 | Grade the picks

Mel Kiper Jr

Mel Kiper JrKiper: Draft grades Insider
Baltimore, Dallas, New England and Washington are the only teams to earn A's for their draft efforts.
Kiper: First-round analysis Insider
There was a run on defensive linemen in the first round, with 10 of the first 25 selections coming from that position.
Kiper: Updated Top 100 list for '03 Insider
Mel Kiper Jr. identified the Top 100 prospects heading into the 2003 NFL draft.
Kiper: Top 5 underrated prospects (Leftwich No. 1) Insider
Marshall QB Byron Leftwich is No. 1 on my Top 5 list of underrated NFL draft prospects.
Kiper: Top 5 overrated prospects (Boller No. 1) Insider
Cal QB Kyle Boller is No. 1 on my Top 5 list of overrated NFL draft prospects.
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Mel's Big Board
1. Glenn DorseySr.DTLSU
2. Jake LongSr.TMichigan
3. Sedrick EllisSr.DTUSC
4. Chris LongSr.DEVirginia
5. Matt RyanSr.QBBoston College
6. Brian BrohmSr.QBLouisville
7. Dan ConnorSr.LBPenn State
8. Andre' WoodsonSr.QBKentucky
9. Mike JenkinsSr.CBSouth Florida
10. Keith RiversSr.LBUSC

PFW: Blessing in disguise
Chris Simms waited much longer than anticipated to be drafted, but going to Tampa Bay is an ideal situation.
PFW: Lots of intrigue
The Patriots and Bengals were among the teams that had intriguing drafts.
Patriots' OL gives his team's draft thumbs up
New England's Matt Light takes a look at how his team drafted in 2003.
Pasquarelli: Running on empty
The running back spot was reagarded as weak and that was true on the first day of the draft.
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