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2 Round Mocker



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  1. Indianapolis (1-13): Andrew Luck, QB, Stanford

  2. Minnesota (2-12): Matt Kalil, OT, USC

  3. St. Louis (2-12): Justin Blackmon, WR, Ok. St.

  4. Jacksonville (4-10): Morris Claiborne, CB, LSU

  5. Cleveland (4-10): Matt Barkley, QB, USC: If Holmgren can't get Luck, Barkley is a perfect fit for Shurmur's WCO

  6. Tampa Bay (4-10): Riley Reiff, OT, Iowa: This kid is shooting up boards, I wouldn't be surprised if he ends up here to a OT needy team.

  7. Washington (5-9): Robert Griffin III, QB, Baylor: Barkley is likely a better fit for Shanny's WCO, but Griffin is too good to pass up for any team needing a QB.

  8. Carolina (5-9): Jonathon Martin, OT, Stanford: He's taken a slight tumble, but no way should he fall out of the top 10, especially in this weak of a draft.

  9. Miami (5-9): Landry Jones, QB, Oklahoma: If Locker can go top 10 after is senior year, then Jones should be able to if he declares. He's got the tools, he just needs more coaching, which is the same thing that can be said for Locker.

  10. Buffalo (5-9): Luke Kuechly, LB, BC
  11. Philadelphia (6-8) : Zach Brown, LB, UNC

  12. Kansas City (6-8): Trent Richardson, RB, Bama: If Crennel becomes the coach, I could see him trying to build a dynamic run game, as a defensive coach. Pairing Richardson and Charles would do that for sure.

  13. Tennessee (7-7): Quinton Coples, DE, UNC

  14. Arizona (7-7): David Decastro, OG, Stanford

  15. Seattle (7-7): Dre Kirkpatrick, CB, Bama

  16. San Diego (7-7): Courtney Upshaw, OLB, Bama

  17. Cincinnati - from Oakland (7-7): Alfonzo Dennard, CB, Nebraska

  18. Chicago (7-7): Peter Konz, C, Wisconsin

  19. Dallas (8-6): Jarvis Jones, OLB, UGA

  20. Cincinnati (8-6): Cordy Glenn, OG, Georgia: After watcing some tape, I'm really buying into this kid. He fits the ideal size for Cincy OL and he's pretty athletic for his size.

  21. New York Jets* (8-6): Michael Floyd, WR, ND

  22. Cleveland - from Atlanta* (9-5): Alshon Jeffery, WR, South Carolina

  23. Detroit* (9-5): Michael Adams, OT, OSU

  24. Houston* (10-4): Devon Still, DT, Penn St.

  25. New York Giants* (7-7): Lamar Miller, RB, Miami

  26. Denver* (8-6): Melvin Ingram, DE, South Carolina: Robert Ayers may officially be a bust now. Not that he's terrible, he's pretty solid against the run, but if a pass rusher like Ingram is available, I don't see how EFX can pass it up.

  27. Pittsburgh* (10-4): Chase Minnifield, CB, UVA

  28. San Francisco* (11-3): Dwight Jones: If Harbaugh's serious about Smith being the long term starter, he'll need more people to throw to.

  29. Baltimore* (10-4): Barret Jones, OT/OG, Bama: Ozzie loves his Bama boys and his versatility along the OL makes him even more enticing

  30. New England - from New Orleans* (11-3): Mark Barron, S, Bama

  31. New England* (11-3): Kendall Wright, WR, Baylor

  32. Green Bay* (13-1): Jerel Worthy, DT, MSU

ROUND 2!!!!!!!!!!

  1. Indianapolis (1-13): Brandon Thompson, DT, Clemson

  2. St. Louis (2-12): Dontari Poe, DT, Memphis

  3. Minnesota (2-12): Janoris Jenkins, CB, Northern Alabama: There are likely only a few teams that will risk him in the first, and if they pass him, he could fall here.

  4. Cleveland (4-10): Andre Branch, DE, Clemson

  5. Tampa Bay (4-10): Stephen Gilmore, CB, South Carolina: It seems as if Bucs fans really are hoping there team reaches for a CB early. Your wish is granted.

  6. Jacksonville (4-10): Nick Perry, DE, USC

  7. Carolina (5-9): Jayron Hosley, CB, Va Tech.

  8. Miami (5-9): T.J. McDonald, S, USC

  9. Buffalo (5-9): Dwayne Allen, TE, Clemson

  10. Washington (5-9): Zebrie Sanders, OT, FSU

  11. Kansas City (6-8): Donta' Hightower, ILB, Bama: I've said it before, Donta' will experience a similar draft as to Brandon Spikes. Everyone knows he's good, but will question his athleticism, which will cause him to drop. However, I fully believe he will be successful.
  12. Philadelphia (6-8): Fletcher Cox, DT, Miss St.

  13. Philadelphia - from Arizona (7-7): Kelechi Osmele, OG/OT, Iowa St.

  14. Seattle (7-7): Ryan Tannehill, QB, Texas A&M: Each year, I get premonitions about a player and a team I think will be a matc months before the draft. Last year, I had Castanzo-Indy, in 09 I had Heyward-Bey-Oakland. This is my bold predicition this year. I'm still debating though whether the Seahawks will trade up in the first round or just hope he falls here.

  15. San Diego (7-7): Orson Charles, TE, UGA

  16. New England - from Oakland (7-7): Brandon Jenkins, OLB, FSU

  17. Chicago (7-7): David Wilson, RB, Va Tech: After the Denver debacle, not sure if they can bring Barber back. And even if they do resign Forte, this team learned how weak it is if he gets injured again.

  18. Tennessee (7-7): Nick Toon, WR, Wisconsin

  19. Cincinnati (8-6): Chris Polk, RB, Washington: If they don't get a RB round 1, they will almost have to get one in the 2nd.

  20. Dallas (8-6): Ben Jones, C/G, UGA

  21. New York Jets* (8-6): Markelle Martin, S, Ok St.

  22. Detroit* (9-5): Vontaze Burfict, LB, AZ St.

  23. Atlanta* (9-5): Levy Adcock, OT, Ok. St.

  24. Houston* (10-4): Alamada Ta'amu: The more I watch this kid, the more underwhelmed I am. However, there's good value here and he should be best suited at Wade Phillips' NT

  25. New York Giants* (7-7): Rueben Randle, WR, LSU: Cruz has been great, but Nicks and Manningham have been inconsistent. Nothing like using an early pick on a WR to give the whole unit a kick in the pants. Plus, this ain't no bluff, this guy has produced in a terrible passing offense, no small feat in the SEC.

  26. Denver* (8-6): Brandon Boykin, CB, UGA

  27. Pittsburgh* (10-4): Kevin Zietler, OG, Wisconsin

  28. San Francisco* (11-3): Ronnel Lewis, OLB, Oklahoma: Some people have been impressed enough to mock him in the first, but I don't see it. Late second is good value for him.

  29. Baltimore* (10-4): Bruce Irvin, OLB, WVU: May be a bit small for a 3-4 OLB, but Balty needs a bona fide rusher opposite Suggs and Ozzie's too good of a drafter to pass up a guy like Irvin in the hopes that Kindle will bounce back.

  30. New Orleans* (11-3): Travis Lewis, LB, Oklahoma

  31. New England* (11-3): Billy Winn, DT/DE, BSU

  32. Green Bay* (13-1): Vinny Curry, DE/OLB, Marshall: Not the ideal 3-4 OLB fit, but he can rush the passer, and the Pack could use more of that.

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