AFC South: Trent Williams

Posted by ESPN.com's Paul Kuharsky

Mel Kiper's initial Big Board of 2010 draft prospects is only available to you if you've got the magic word. But even if you're not an ESPN.com Insider, you can see the top of his list and benefit from my access.

I took a peek and wondered, who out of Kiper's initial projections for the four teams of the AFC South would best line up to fill a need?

Here are my completely unscientific, gut-feeling pairings:

Jacksonville: Colt McCoy, quarterback, Texas. Of his No. 11 Kiper says: "Intelligent and resourceful. Can beat you with arm or legs." [Please note, no Tim Tebow on Kiper's list.]

Houston: Eric Berry, safety, Tennessee. Of his No. 2 Kiper says: "Ultimate playmaker, in the Ed Reed mold."

Indianapolis: Trent Williams, offensive tackle, Oklahoma: Of his No. 9 Kiper says: "Quality all-around bookend, moves from RT to LT this season."

Tennessee: Jevan Snead, quarterback, Ole Miss: Of his No. 7 Kiper says:"Could have pro career similar to that of former Rebel Eli Manning."

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