- The Washington Times - Thursday, May 22, 2008

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Outlet: Mike Jones reveals his predictions for the first few picks of the NBA Draft.

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LOCAL POWER RANKINGS

FRED DAVIS

The Redskins rookie tight end claimed he missed a minicamp practice because he overslept. If you believe that, I have some beachfront property in North Dakota for you.

RYAN ZIMMERMAN

All along, he said the offense would come. Guess he was right. The Nationals‘ third baseman has raised his average (entering last night) from .217 to .251 in the last 17 days.

MICHAEL BEASLEY

The D.C.-area player who shined for Kansas State last season will head to Chicago or Miami. The Bulls have the top pick and must decide between B-Easy and Derrick Rose.

MICHAEL NYLANDER

I have to mention the Caps every week. The team has a logjam at center if it re-signs Brooks Laich and Sergei Fedorov. Flipping Nylander to acquire a defenseman isn’t the worst idea.

TERENCE NEWMAN

The Cowboys signed the cornerback to a six-year, $50 million extension Tuesday. That’s good news for Santana Moss. Newman hasn’t played that well the last few years.

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