Rock out with your mock draft out: Draft Tek

EVANSTON IL - OCTOBER 23: Jerel Worthy #99 of the Michigan State Spartans celebrates a defensive play against the Northwestern Wildcats at Ryan Field on October 23 2010 in Evanston Illinois. Michigan State defeated Northwestern 35-27. (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images) *** Local Caption *** Jerel Worthy

As the summer has come to a close, a lot of mock drafts online – on draft site and message boards – have changed at the top some. Early in the summer, the Washington Redskins were the popular choice to have at the top of the draft.

Now it's the Cincinnati Bengals who are beginning to claim the top pick in many mocks. That's the case in the latest mock from Draft Tek. It will be a fascinating circumstance to watch what Cincinnati would do with the top pick. Give up on Andy Dalton after a season? That's what Draft Tek predicts.

That's not quite as surprising as the second overall pick. The site gives the Denver Broncos defensive tackle Jerel Worthy. The Michigan State product is a polarizing prospect, but clearly Draft Tek is a fan. Worthy has been inconsistent throughout his career but is a quick-footed tackle when he's on.

The site is also quite fond of Miami safety Ray Ray Armstrong, mocking him to the Miami Dolphins at pick 12. It's a great need fit, but quite high for Armstrong, a player who has minimal starting experience.

Much of the draft goes by the numbers. There aren't many other surprising picks, but check it out here.

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