Dream Team of Tomorrow
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- Prince Amukamara
No. 19 pick in 2011 has royal bloodlines and impressive talent.
- Antoine Cason
Former first-round pick led Chargers with four INTs in 2011.
- Vontae Davis
Brett Favre called him "one of the best corners in this league."
- Brandon Flowers
Many believe this Chiefs standout is a star in the making.
- Joe Haden
Had exceptional rookie season for Browns (six INTs) in 2010.
- DeAngelo Hall
One of the game's premier ball hawks has 32 career INTs.
- Leon Hall
Bengals' ace specializes in containing No. 1 wideouts.
- Kareem Jackson
Despite some early struggles, his arrow's still pointing up.
- Johnathan Joseph
The second Bengal up for grabs has 14 career INTs.
- Devin McCourty
Delivered Pro Bowl rookie season in 2010 with seven INTs.
- Leodis McKelvin
25-year-old has been solid for Bills in two of his three seasons.
- Patrick Peterson
No. 5 pick in 2011 draft considered a can't-miss prospect.
- Nate Allen
Knee injury shouldn't keep this Eagle from achieving big things.
- Eric Berry
Well on his way to becoming one of the top safeties in football.
- Nick Collins
Three-time Pro Bowler has been durable and highly productive.
- Michael Griffin
Titan has been up and down, but he appears to have a lot left.
- Malcolm Jenkins
Move from corner to FS has helped this Saint blossom.
- Rahim Moore
Broncos rookie will get to learn the ropes from Brian Dawkins.
- Husain Abdullah
Appears to have the upside to build on productive 2010 season.
- Jairus Byrd
Talented Bill tied for the league lead with nine INTs in 2009.
- LaRon Landry
Beast near line of scrimmage; coverage skills coming along, too.
- Taylor Mays
Wasn't great as a rookie, but the 49ers remain optimistic.
- B. Meriweather
Two-time Pro Bowler has not missed a game in four seasons.
- William Moore
Established himself as a legit starter in 2010 with five INTs.
- Akeem Ayers
Pass-rushing talent will get every chance to shine in Tennessee.
- Jon Beason
Three-time Pro Bowler has been Carolina's defensive rock.
- Brian Cushing
Former DROY will be featured in the Texans' 3-4 scheme.
- Tamba Hali
Finished second in the league with 14.5 sacks in 2010.
- Dont'a Hightower
Alabama stalwart is high on NFL teams' radar.
- James Laurinaitis
The Rams rave about this rising star's talent and attitude.
- Clay Matthews
Did it all for Pack in 2010; might be game's best overall defender.
- Jerod Mayo
One of Bill Belichick's favorites. That alone speaks volumes.
- Rolando McClain
No. 8 pick in 2010 draft piled up 85 tackles for Raiders.
- Von Miller
The next Derrick Thomas? The Broncos sure hope so.
- Koa Misi
Stout run defender also came alive as a pass-rusher in 2010.
- Brian Orakpo
Pro Bowler as a rookie ('09); has 19.5 sacks in two seasons.
- Cliff Avril
Steady Lion recorded a career-high 8.5 sacks in 2010.
- Calais Campbell
Aspiring comedy writer is no joke on the field.
- Trent Cole
Largely unsung stalwart has 57 career sacks for Philly.
- Quinton Coples
UNC star could be first defensive player taken in 2012 draft.
- Carlos Dunlap
Boosted Bengals' pass rush in 2010 with 9.5 sacks as a rookie.
- Wallace Gilberry
Had seven sacks and two forced fumbles for Chiefs in 2010.
- Lamarr Houston
One scout says "there is no ceiling" for this Raider.
- Charles Johnson
Panther had breakout 2010 season (11.5 sacks, 62 tackles).
- Chris Long
Former No. 2 pick has made steady progress as a pass-rusher.
- Derrick Morgan
Derailed by injuries as a rookie, but Titans expect big things.
- Jason Pierre-Paul
22-year-old Giant appears ready for a greater role in 2011.
- Robert Quinn
No. 14 pick in 2011 features rare explosiveness.
- Tyson Alualu
The No. 10 overall pick in 2010 had 3.5 sacks as a rookie.
- Jared Crick
Nebraska standout had 9.5 sacks and was All-Big 12 in 2010.
- Marcell Dareus
No. 3 pick in 2011; defensive MVP of '10 BCS title game.
- Sedrick Ellis
Former first-round pick led Saints with six sacks in 2010.
- Nick Fairley
Won Lombardi Award and was SEC Defensive POY in 2010.
- Peria Jerry
Falcons expect former first-round pick to blossom in 2011.
- Jason Jones
Steady performer for Titans has 12.5 career sacks.
- Corey Liuget
No. 18 pick in 2011 has versatility and a non-stop motor.
- Gerald McCoy
No. 3 pick in 2010 is one of the most athletic DTs around.
- Haloti Ngata
Two-time Pro Bowler had career-high 5.5 sacks in 2010.
- B.J. Raji
No. 9 pick in 2009 draft had breakout season in '10.
- Ndamukong Suh
2010 Defensive ROY led the Lions with 10 sacks.
- Bill Belichick
Three-time SB winner as a head coach and defensive innovator.
- Mike Tomlin
Master delegator has guided Steelers to two Super Bowls.
- Andy Reid
Consistent winner who's not afraid to roll the dice (see Vick, Michael).
- Mike McCarthy
SB XLV winner has led Packers to three straight playoff berths.
- Sean Payton
Made Saints' offense a force and delivered SB title to New Orleans.
- Tom Coughlin
Won Super Bowl XLII and has led Giants to playoffs four times.