2009 Super Fan Super Mock Draft: 18-32

Updated: April 19, 2009, 8:09 PM ET
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Editor's note: These selections were made before April 17 reports surfaced that the Buffalo Bills and Philadelphia Eagles were working on a Jason Peters trade that would give the Bills the 28th overall pick, courtesy of the Eagles.

At the beginning of the 2008 NFL season, Scouts Inc.'s Jeremy Green and his producer, Jay (Pod Vader) Soderberg, selected 32 lucky fans to represent their favorite NFL teams, as the "voice of the fan" for that team.

After a rigorous e-mail competition, and a few changes along the way -- we seemed to have lost contact with our Tampa Bay fan -- the Super Fans did a more than admirable job of representing their teams all season long. Now, with the 2009 NFL draft upon us, their last responsibility as 2008 Super Fans is participating in the Super Fan Super Mock Draft.

Over the course of a weekend, the Super Fans were allowed to trade picks and players as if they were the GMs of their team (and all trades were approved by commissioner Jeremy Green). Only one trade occurred, but it did not affect the order of the first round.

Here are picks 18-32. They are discussed on this Football Today: Friday Listen podcast.

With the 18th pick in the SFSM Draft, Jake Blair (aided by Pod Vader) representing the Denver Broncos selects: Rey Maualuga, LB, USC.

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An inside look at inside linebacker Rey Maualuga from USC.

With the 19th pick in the SFSM Draft, Pod Vader standing in and representing the Tampa Bay Buccaneers selects: Larry English, LB, Northern Illinois.

With the 20th pick in the SFSM Draft, Randall Hauk representing the Detroit Lions selects: Peria Jerry, DT, Ole Miss.

With the 21st pick in the SFSM Draft, James Herndon representing the Philadelphia Eagles selects: Knowshon Moreno, RB, UGA.

With the 22nd pick in the SFSM Draft, Max Blashke representing the Minnesota Vikings selects: Percy Harvin, WR, Florida.

With the 23rd pick in the SFSM Draft, Kent Crutchfield representing the New England Patriots selects: Darius Butler, CB, UConn.

With the 24th pick in the SFSM Draft, Chris Anderton representing the Atlanta Falcons selects: Brian Cushing, LB, USC.

With the 25th pick in the SFSM Draft, Matt Hamel representing the Miami Dolphins selects: Darrius Heyward-Bey, WR, Maryland.

With the 26th pick in the SFSM Draft, Giovanni Marcantoni representing the Baltimore Ravens selects: Hakeem Nicks, WR, North Carolina.

With the 27th pick in the SFSM Draft, Craig Monyhan representing the Indianapolis Colts selects: James Laurinaitis, LB, Ohio State.

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James Laurinaitis talks about family and his style of play as he prepares for the draft.

With the 28th pick in the SFSM Draft, James Herndon representing the Philadelphia Eagles selects: Eben Britton, OT, Arizona.

With the 29th pick in the SFSM Draft, Jeff Pober representing the New York Giants selects: Brandon Pettigrew, TE, Oklahoma State.

With the 30th pick in the SFSM Draft, Steve Matheny representing the Tennessee Titans selects: Vontae Davis, CB, Illinois.

With the 31st pick in the SFSM Draft, Ben Kamper representing the Arizona Cardinals selects: Chris "Beanie" Wells, RB, Ohio State.

With the 32nd and final selection in the first round of the SFSM Draft, Scott Brumley representing the Pittsburgh Steelers selects: Alex Mack, C, California.

Special thanks to our Bears Super Fan Marco Scola, Cowboys Super Fan Emily Cellana and Panthers Super Fan Mike Schrum, who are hoping their teams trade into the first round.

Picks 1-17 were revealed Thursday. The first 17 picks are discussed on this Football Today: Thursday Listen podcast.