With the 13th pick in the 2010 NFL Draft, The San Francisco 49ers
select.... Bryan Bulaga, OT, Iowa!
The San Fransisco 49ers time was up in the MTD Site draft. Apparently their Rep doesn't check his emails. So we are going to move along and skip them. But first, we needed to make their selection by voting on who the 49ers will select. With 40% of the vote, The fans selected OT Bryan Bulaga from the University of Iowa.
With pick #14 in the 2010 draft, the Seattle Seahawks select...
Charles Brown, OT, USC.
LantermanC says- It’s no secret that the Seahawks o-line had problems last year. That being said, we do have a lot of needs, and CJ Spiller and Dez Bryant were very tempting. With the addition of Alex Gibbs, the o-line seems like it could be repaired without high picks. Gibbs is famous for saying that he turn a garbage man into a serviceable o-lineman, and I think that he can certainly do a better job than anyone else in the NFL of doing this with a 4th or 5th round pick, however I do feel as though the Left Tackle position is very important. QBs need to know that they have someone protecting their blind side (so much so that Sandra Bullock won an Oscar for it). I don’t believe Spiller is a fit for Gibbs’s zone blocking system, though it would be a great help to our special teams, and it would help to have a home run threat, I believe a Montario Hardesty / Joe McKnight type could be had in the 2nd round if needed. I also don’t think a combo of Julius Jones and Justin Forestt are that bad. Dez Bryant’s character concerns are bit worrisome, and again, I think some decent WRs can be had in the 2nd (or even 4th) if needed. I love Earl Thomas, but with the release of Deon Grant, I would prefer a bigger in the box strong safety to complement Jordan Babineaux. Lastly, even though Brown is projected more in the 20-35 range, I believe he is a perfect fit for the Seahawks. Pete Carroll is familiar with him, having coached him, and as a converted tight end, he is nimble and a great fit for Gibbs’ zone cut blocking system. Also, with the emphasis being on LEFT tackle, I don’t think a good left tackle will be available by the time the Seahawks pick next. Davis is character/work ethic concern, Campbell is a injury concern and a workout warrior, and Saffold will almost certainly be gone by pick 60.
With the 15th pick in the 2010 NFL Draft, The New York Giants
select.... CJ Spiller, RB, Clemson!
FreeBradshaw- "Many Giants fans are split on the Spiller idea if he's available. Many just want a LB...any old LB will do for em. But the only LB worthy for the Giants at #15 is Rolando McClain. He's off the board, so I ain't going with a LB. I hope Jerry Reese figures the same and doesn't just go LB to satiate a rabid fanbase As for Spiller, he's #2 overall on my Giants board..at least those who can fall to the Giants. What he'll do is provide a spark to a running game that faded in 2009 mainly because our 3 man rotation were all injured, and even the #4 RB was out since training camp with a torn Achilles.
He's a dynamic playmaker who will not only provide a spark for the running game, but also a drastically needed option in the passing game out of the backfield, something that Eli Manning could've used on numerous occasions last year. In the event that the top 3-4 RB's are actually healthy for game one, Spiller can not only be a third down back, but a special teams return man...also something the Giants lack a Home Run threat.
In the future I hope that Spiller turns into a more every down back, like Tiki Barber was. Spiller is tougher then given credit for and is a true character guy. I do doubt that he falls to the Giants, but should they stay put at #15 he should be the best player there, unless that's McClain, and given that the Giants had more interest in Spiller then any of the other 31 teams in the NFL...I'd say they like him too I'd laugh at many of my fellow Giants fans if they do get Spiller, as I've said he's a possibility since the season ended. And I'd be thrilled to get him."
With the 16th pick in the 2010 NFL Draft, The Tennessee Titans select.... Sergio Kindle, OLB, Texas!
Thunder says: With Keith Bulluck and Kyle Vanden Bosch gone Kindle made sense with this pick. He can play in either of those poisitions and he can play them well. Some may say this is a reach here but I dont think so for this reason: He can rush the passer extremely well. He has size at 6'3 or 6'4 250 lbs. and is fast running a 4.71 at the Combine. If you watch his film he always finds a way to get to the QB. I was watching some clips from a Texas game and actually saw Kindle run over a 300 lb. OLineman and just push him over. It was between Kindle and Brandon Graham and I just like Kindle a little bit more than Graham and believe me it was a tough decision. Even Dez Byrant came into my mind a little but I decided that the Titans need pash rush ans so that is why I selected Sergio Kindle.
With the 17th pick in 2010 NFL Draft, The San Francisco
49ers select.... Devin McCourty, CB, Rugters!
RLott#42 says- The 49ers desperately need to add depth at the CB position and also need to prepare for the release of Nate Clements as he will demand too much money next season. McCourty adds speed and a tenacity to the D Backfield of the 49ers.
MTD Mock Draft:
1- Rams- Kong Suh, DT, Nebraska
2- Lions- Russell Okung, OT, Oklahoma State
3- Bucs- Gerald McCoy, DT, Oklahoma
4- Redskins- Trent Williams, OT, Oklahoma
5- Chiefs- Rolando McClain, ILB, Alabama
6- Seahawks- Derrick Morgan, DE, Georgia Tech
7- Browns- Eric Berry, FS, Texas
8- Raiders- Jimmy Clausen, QB, Notre Dame
9- Bills- Sam Bradford, QB, Oklahoma
10- Joe Haden, CB, Florida
11- Broncos- Maurkice Pouncey, C, Florida
12- Dolphins- Earl Thomas, FS, Texas
13- 49ers- Bryan Bulaga, OT, Iowa
14- Seahawks- Charles Brown, OT, USC
15- Giants- CJ Spiller, RB, Clemson
16- Titans- Sergio Kindle, OLB, Texas
17- 49ers- Devin McCourty, CB, Rugters