Happy Holidays to everyone, and happy New Years. Thought I would put together a mock, 3 rounds. Only 1 trade, didn't want it to get too crazy. I tried to get a little creative with some of the picks without being unrealistic.
Redskins Get #2 Overall Pick
Rams Get #7 Overall Pick, 2nd Round pick (#39), 4th rounder, and 2012 1st round pick.
1. Indianapolis (2-13)- Andrew Luck QB Stanford
There will be alot of drama with this, but the Colts know Manning is almost done and Luck is primed and ready for a great career.
2. Washington (FROM STL)- (2-13)- Robert Griffin III
The Redskins are just too bad at QB to not do anything humanly possible to trade up and get Griffin.
3. Minnesota (3-12)- Matt Kalil OT USC
Starting to get boring for Vikings fans, but this is almost guaranteed to be the pick
4. Jacksonville (4-11)- Justin Blackmon WR Oklahoma State
I could see the Jags not wanting to take a WR in the Top 5, but AJ Green is working so far, and Blackmon is that type of prospect.
5. Cleveland (4-11)- Dre' Kirkpatrick CB Alabama
Cleveland looking for a stud to pair with Joe Haden. This could soon be a younger version of Asomugha-Samuel, or Revis-Cromartie.
6. Tampa Bay (4-11)- Morris Claiborne
Ronder Barber is hitting a wall, and Aquib Talib apparently could be hitting the cell (what I've heard). Claiborne is that guy for their secondary.
7. St. Louis Rams (FROM WAS)- Devon Still DT Penn State
Still is the fastest rising prospect right now, he's not quite a Top 10 pick in my mind but the Rams DTs are bad and their run defense ranks last in the league.
8. Miami (5-10)- Landry Jones QB Oklahoma
The Dolphins often go the conservative route, but with a new coaching regime on the way in, things are changing. Jones' stock has droppped, making this a reach. But if there is one type of prospect to reach on, it's a QB.
9. Carolina (6-9)- Riley Reiff OT Iowa
Just a good case of protecting the franchise.
10. Kansas City (6-9)- Ryan Tannehill QB Texas A&M
KC fans will probably be split on this one, many saying it's a reach and many just releived to have a decent QB of the future. Tannehill benefits greatly from Barkely staying in school.
11. Buffalo (6-9)- Courtney Upshaw DE/LB Alabama
12. Arizona (7-8)- Jonathon Martin OT Stanford
Desperately in need of a tackle, they barely hesitate to take Martin.
13. Philadelphia (7-8)- Michael Floyd WR Notre Dame
14. Seattle (7-8)- Quinton Coples DE UNC
Nice spot to get a great End prospect, who's size/athleticism/strength combo is rare, and only has questions about effort and motor.
15. San Diego (7-8)- Brandon Thompson DT Clemson
Thompson has fallen a bit, but still remains a big dude (310 lbs) with power and good feet. He could play End or slide to the Nose in the 3-4.
16. Chicago (7-8)- Alshon Jeffery WR South Carolina
Jeffery's stock would be higher if Stephen Garcia never happened, but unfortunately he did. Jeffery is stil a lock for the 1st round, and the receiver-needy team like the Bears will bite.
17. Tennessee (8-7)- David DeCastro OG Stanford
Chris Johnson and Javon Ringer has enjoyed trying to run through holes 3 or 4 inches wide, thanks to awful guard play.
18. Dallas (8-7)- Jared Crick DT/DE Nebraska
The Cowboys opted to take a tackle rather than addressing the DL last year. This year they take Crick, who misses most of the season with an injury, but he should be fine for the combine and pro day where he will impress people.
19. New York Jets (8-7)- Trent Richardson RB Alabama
Richardson's stock is hampered by the recent failure of Top 10 RBs, but the Jets just can't keep rolling with Shonn Greene if they want to run the ball consistently.
20. Cincinnati - (FROM OAK) (8-7)- Chase Minniefield CB Virginia
Hall's absence has exploited Cincy's lack of depth at corner, plus Clements is old.
21. Denver* (8-7)- Alfonzo Dennard CB Nebraska
Denver needs a corner, and will look for their RB later.
22. Cleveland - (FROM ATL)* (9-6)- Zach Brown LB UNC
The Browns need more athleticism at LB, Brown brings that.
23. Cincinnati* (9-6)- Kendall Wright WR Baylor
Shipley is coming off an ACL tear, Wright is better than Simpson, would be a strong duo with Green.
The Bengals won't pass up an opportunity to add World-Class speed to their offense.
24. Detroit* (10-5)- Peter Konz C Wisconsin
Konz is the best center in the draft, he'll replace Rioala as a rookie.
25. New York Giants* (8-7)- Mike Adams OT Ohio State
Adams probably doesn't have a 1st round grade, but in a weak tackle class (after the top 3) a small reach is necessary.
26. Houston* (10-5)- Nick Toon WR Wisconsin
Any time Andre' Johnson is not on the field, it's obvious that the passing game runs mostly through the TEs and Backs. Their really isn't an effective receiver after Johnson. Now, there is.
27. Pittsburgh* (11-4)- Cordy Glenn OG Georgia
I've been hearing that the Steelers need OG help, and they haven't been effective between the tackles runnig the ball.
28. San Francisco* (12-3)- Janoris Jenkins CB North Alabama
My guess is that Harbaugh would have no problem with taking someone with past troubles if they are talented enough.
29. Baltimore* (11-4)- Mark Barron S Alabama
30. New England - (FROM NO)- Brandon Jenkins DE/OLB FSU
The Patriots need to look for a 3-4 pass rushing OLB, Jenkins is the perfect fit.
31. New England* (12-3)- Reuben Randle WR LSU
Randle is a prospect I really like, he has everything you look for. The Pats need a replacement for Branch and Ochocinco is one tweet away from officially being a disaster.
32. Green Bay* (14-1)- Melvin Ingram DE/OLB South Carolina
33. Indy- Stephen Gilmore CB South Carolina
34. St. Louis- Dont'a Hightower LB Alabama
35. Minnesota- Luke Keuchly LB Boston College
36. Jacksonville- Zebrie Sanders OT FSU
37. Cleveland- Whitney Mercilus DE Illinois
38. Tampa Bay- Lamar Miller RB Miami (FL)
39. St. Louis (FROM WAS)- Mohamed Sanu WR Rutgers
I've heard rumors of him staying in school but until it's official (or close) he's in my mock.
40. Miami- Dwyane Allen TE Clemson
41. Carolina- Jerel Worthy DT Michigan State
42. Kansas City- Levy Adcock OT Oklahoma State
43. Buffalo- Orson Charles TE Georgia
44. Philly (FROM AZ)- Nate Potter OT Boise State
45. Philadelphia- Vontaze Burfict ILB AZ State
46. Seattle- Nick Foles QB Arizona
47. San Diego- Bobby Wagner LB Utah State
48. Chicago- Ben Jones C/G Georgia
49. Tennessee- Jayron Hosely CB Va Tech
50. Dallas- Jonathan Banks CB Miss State
51. New York Jets- Bruce Irvin DE/OLB W Virginia
52. Patriots (FROM OAK)- Markelle Martin S Oklahoma State
53. Denver- David Wilson RB Va Tech
54. Atlanta- Andre Branch DE Clemson
55. Cincinnati- Montee Ball RB Wisconsin
56. Detroit- Brandon Boykin CB Georgia
57. New York Giants- Travis Lewis OLB Oklahoma
58. Houston- Almeda Ta'amu NT Washington
59. Pittsburgh- Dontari Poe NT Memphis
60. San Francisco- Tommy Streeter WR Miami (FL)
61. Baltimore- Brandon Washington G/T Miami (FL)
62. New Orleans- Brandon Lindsey DE/OLB Pittsburgh
63. New England- Billy Winn DT Boise State
64. Green Bay- Fletcher Cox DE/DT Miss State
65. Indy- Jeff Fuller WR Texas A&M
66. St. Louis- Trumaine Johnson CB/S Montana
67. Minnesota- DeVier Posey WR Ohio State
68. Jacksonville- Chandler Jones DE Syracuse
69. Cleveland- T.Y. Hilton WR FIU
70. Tampa Bay- Lavonte David LB Nebraska
71. Washington- Audie Cole ILB NC State
72. Miami- Sam Montgomery DE/OLB LSU
73. Chicago- Kelechi Osmele G/T Iowa State
74. Kansas City- Josh Chapman DT Alabama
75. Buffalo- Sylvester Williams DT UNC
76. Arizona- Ronnell Lewis DE/OLB Oklahoma
77. Philadelphia- Kawaan Short DT Purdue
78. Seattle- Leonard Johnson CB Iowa State
79. San Diego- Matt Reynolds OT BYU
80. Chicago- Nico Johnson LB Alabama
81. Tennessee- Marvin McNutt WR Iowa
82. Dallas- Robert Lester S Alabama
83. New York Jets- Lucas Nix G/T Pittsburgh
84. Oakland- Forfeit (Terrelle Pryor)
85. Denver- Marcus Forston DT Miami (FL)
86. Atlanta- Michael Egnew TE Missouri
87. Cincinnati- Kevin Zeitler OG Wisconsin
88. Detroit- Andrew Datko OT FSU
89. New York Giants- Coby Fleener TE Stanford
90. Houston- Senio Kelemete OG Washington
91. Pittsburgh- Coryell Judie CB Texas A&M
92. San Francisco- Vinny Curry DE Marshall
93. Baltimore- Kevin Reddick LB UNC
94. New Orleans- Shaun Prater CB Iowa
95. New England- Michael Bewster C/G Ohio State'
96. Green Bay- Aaron Henry S Wisconsin
Obviously, feedback is appreciated, but please don't get too technical, and don't go crazy about BPA and reaches and stuff because we don't know what the team's Big Boards actually look like. And like I said earlier, I tried to make this mock a little creative, atleast so it doesn't look like a copy-and-paste.