Defensive line class highlighted by versatility

Updated: January 16, 2007, 2:26 PM ET
By Todd McShay | Scouts Inc.

There wasn't much of a middle class when it came to defensive line talent in the 2006 NFL draft. After eight came off the board in the first round, we saw just one defensive lineman (Darryl Tapp, Seahawks) selected in the first two rounds. It seems that next year's crop will provide more depth, but not quite as much elite talent at the top.

Defensive ends Quentin Moses (Georgia) and Gaines Adams (Clemson) are atop most boards at this point. Moses is faster and projects as a better ...

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