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Tuesday, May 1, 2007
The Michigan Daily - michigandaily.com

15

DRAFT
From page 13
"I think I showed what I needed
to show atthe Combine," Branch
said at Michigan's spring prac-
tice. "And when it's all said and
done, they gotta look at the
film."
The next two Wolverines
went back-to-back. The Pitts-
burgh Steelers selected LaMarr
Woodley at 46th overall and
the Jets traded up again to take
David Harris.
The Steelers will most likely
move Woodley from defensive
end to outside linebacker. Com-
bined with Pittsburgh's first-

round selection, Florida State
linebacker Lawrence Timmons,
Woodley brings versatility and
strength to an already potent.
Steeler defense.
"I believe in getting young
legs on defense," Steelers coach
Mike Tomlin told ESPN's Suzy
Kolber. "Both (Woodley and
Timmons) showed position
flexibility, both played on solid
teams, and both add to what we
already believe to be a rock solid
defense."
Harris's selection was a bit
of a surprise. The Grand Rapids
native went from not even being
mentioned at the beginning of
the season to a possible first-
round pick.

ESPN draft analyst Mel
Kiper, Jr. was shocked Harris
lasted as long as he did. Kiper
praised Harris's performance at
the Combine and on the field at
Michigan last season.
"He was all over the field,"
Kiper said on the telecast. "He
was a complete player this year,
and he proved at the (Combine)
workout that he's an athlete
with speed."
Breaston will join Branch
and Watson in Arizona after
the Cardinals selected him in
the fifth round with the 142nd
pick. Because Arizona already
has a group of talented receiv-
ers, Breaston will most likely
see time as a returner.

MONROE
From page 14
found inside the vehicle after police
stopped it in Monroe County's
Springfield Township last week, the
paper said.
No arrests were made and the sub-
stances found in the car were sent to
a lab for testing.
If charges are filed, they may not
be filed for a number of weeks. Lab
results could take several weeks to
come back to police, according to
The Monroe News.

The allegedly Ohio-bound car had
three passengers. One was found
with Vicodin. He claimed he had a
prescription for the painkiller, but
the prescription wasn't in his posses-
sion according to the paper. Officials
told the Monroe News the passenger
may not be criminally charged if can
provide a valid prescription for the
Vicodin.
The other two passengers had the
marijuana in the car, sources told
the Monroe News.
AnAthleticDepartmentspokesper-
sonsaid the teamis aware of the situa-
tion and is looking into the matter.

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