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Five Round Draft with Compensatory Picks & a couple of Trades

Round 1

  1. Indianapolis – Andrew Luck QB Stanford – Explanations are unnecessary, the Colts again take a once in a decade prospect to build a team around.
  2. St. Louis – Matt Kalil LT USC – The Rams take one of the best LT prospects in years who can protect their investment in Sam Bradford. Trading this pick to a team going after RGIII is also a real possibility but IMO Kalil is a much higher talent than any of the other LTs in this draft & the Rams go quality over quantity.
  3. Minnesota trade to Washington - Robert Griffin III Baylor - Redskins trade their 1st, 2nd & 2013 2nd to move up four spots & grab RGIII . RGIII is an elite talent who has tremendous upside, he is a highly accurate passer with elite mobility. He is still a raw prospect who will have a steep learning curve but could be a franchise QB.
  4. Cleveland – Justin Blackmon WR Ok. St. – Browns decide to go with the best receiver in this draft & not give up their 2nd rd. pick & get an elite playmaker who will start immediately. Great size, hands & body control.
  5. Tampa Bay – Morris Claiborne CB LSU – The Bucs get an elite player in Claiborne who starts immediately & continues to shut down half of the field.
  6. Washington trade to Minnesota – Riley Reiff LT Iowa – Vikes give Ponder some much needed protection by picking a very good LT who should be able to anchor their line for the next ten years.
  7. Jacksonville - Alshon Jeffery WR South Carolina – Jags grab a very good target for Gabbert. Jeffery is an extremely talented wide out who has suffered from inferior QBs.
  8. Miami trade to Cincinnati - Trent Richardson RB Alabama – Bengals trade Oaklands 1st, their own 2nd & 4th to move up nine spots & grab the last "elite" player in this draft. Richardson is a beast who has no flaws in his game. By getting an elite runner, Dalton is able to become an even better QB.
  9. Carolina - Dre Kirkpatrick CB Alabama – Kirkpatrick is a hard hitting CB who moved himself into top ten consideration with an excellent performance in the N.C. He is big, extremely talented & would immediately upgrade a defense that was disappointing last year.
  10. Buffalo – Courtney Upshaw OLB Alabama – The Bills get an extremely versatile player who can play either as an OLBer or as an ILBer. Upshaw can get after the passer, clog the middle or drop back into coverage.
  11. Kansas City – David DeCastro G Stanford – Best Guard in this draft
  12. Seattle – Quinton Coples UNC – An elite talent who under performed this season, his incredible athleticism keeps him the top half of the 1st rd.
  13. Arizona - Jonathon Martin LT Stanford – Cards give up on Levi Brown & draft an extremely hard working & talented prospect who should be able to step in & protect Kolb’s blindside
  14. Dallas – Nick Perry OLB USC – Cowboys add a threat on the other side from Ware to get after the QB.
  15. Philadelphia - Luke Kuechly ILB BC – Eagles get an elite player who has great instincts & intelligence. Kuechly is the type of player who IMO will make the entire defense better by his presence on the field.
  16. New York Jets – Melvin Ingram OLB South Carolina – Jets get an extremely athletic 3-4 OLBer who who can set the edge & really get after the QB. He will immediately upgrade their pass rush.
  17. Miami – Ryan Tannehill QB Texas A & M – Dolphins grab a talented & intelligent QB who will definitely need time to develop. Chad Hennes days in Miami are over & Moore is not quite the answer. Tannehill will quiet the fan base who hopefully will give him the time to become an NFL caliber QB.
  18. San Diego - Michael Floyd WR N.D. – I am not sure if VJax is back next year but either way I think that Floyd would be a good #1 or an excellent #2 & a great target for Rivers.
  19. Chicago – Cordy Glenn G Georgia – Bears pick up a huge protector for Cutler who will also open up holes for Forte
  20. Tennessee – Peter Konz C Wisconsin – Titans grab the best Center in this class to upgrade their offensive line.
  21. Cincinnati – Kendall Wright WR Baylor – If Bengals weren’t mad at me for trading away picks for Richardson then they probably will be for taking a WR when they drafted Green last year but I think that Wright makes a lot of sense for a couple of reasons. He is a completely different type of receiver compared to Green & could line up either in the slot or on the other side. I also think that with the type of talent & strength/toughness that Wright has, he will be hard to jam at the line & will take some of the pressure off of Green.
  22. Cleveland - from Atlanta – Zach Brown LB UNC – Browns get the best 4-3 LBer in this draft
  23. Detroit - Dwayne Allen TE Clemson - Big pass catching TEs are becoming much more highly valued than in past drafts. Vernon Davis, Fred Davis & Gronkenstein have proved to be mismatches for opposing CBs & LBers. Allen would add another dimension to Staffords game & takes some pressure off of Johnson.
  24. Pittsburgh – Dontari Poe NT Memphis – This was a tough pick for me & I doubt that Steeler fans like it. Poe should be a dominant NT with his size & 1st step but I am not so sure…
  25. Denver – Alfonzo Dennard CB Nebraska – The Broncos defense was very good but an upgrade at the corner would be a large improvement.
  26. Houston – Devon Still DT/NT PSU –Still might be a good fit in Wade Phillips 3-4, he is similar to Ratliff IMO but not to sure if he would be a good fit for their scheme
  27. New England - from New Orleans – Whitney Mercilus OLB/DE Illinois – Mercilus can get after the passer, something the Patriots struggled with during the regular season. I think that his versatility will appeal to Bill Belichek as they seem to switch between a 3-4 & a 4-3 D
  28. Green Bay – Jared Crick DE Nebraska – Packers get a very good DE who can set the edge or get after the passer
  29. San Francisco - Stephen Gilmore CB South Carolina – An under rated CB who would make a good defense even better. Good size for the position with average speed.
  30. Baltimore – Vontaze Burfict ILB Arizona St. – The endless search for Ray Lewis’s successor ends with an extremely talented player who finds the same competitive spirit he has in Baltimore
  31. . New. York Giants –Janoris Jenkins CB Northern Alabama – Some team will get a very good CB value in Jenkins who has dropped because of character concerns brought on by an over familiarity with a certain plant.
  32. New England – Nick Toon WR Wisconsin – Good size, speed & hands to give Brady a good target that’s not a TE.

· Atlanta -> Cleveland: Julio Jones

· New Orleans -> New England: Mark Ingram

· Oakland -> Cincinnati: Carson Palmer

My trades Redskins trade the Vikes their 1st, 2nd & next years 2nd for Minnesota’s 1st

Bengals trade the Dolphins the Raiders1st, their own 2nd & 4th for Miamis 1st
Round 2

  1. St. Louis – Mohamed Sanu WR Rutgers
  2. Indianapolis – Chase Minnifield CB UVA
  3. Minnesota – Jerel Worthy DT Michigan St
  4. Tampa Bay – Mike Adams RT OSU
  5. Cleveland – Zebrie Sanders RT FSU
  6. Jacksonville – Kevin Zeitler G Wisconsin
  7. Washington traded to Minnesota – Dwight Jones WR North Carolina
  8. Carolina – Fletcher Cox DT Miss. St.
  9. Buffalo – Vinny Curry OLB Marshall
  10. Miami – Mark Barron SS Alabama
  11. Seattle –
  12. Kansas City – Ben Jones C Georgia
  13. Dallas – Don’t’a Hightower ILB Alabama
  14. Philadelphia – Markelle Martin FS Ok. St.
  15. New York Jets – Chris Polk RB Washington
  16. New England - from Oakland – David Wilson RB Va. Tech
  17. San Diego – Alameda Ta’amu NT Washington
  18. Chicago – Brandon Thompson DT Clemson
  19. Philadelphia - from Arizona – Ronnell Lewis OLB Ok.
  20. Tennessee – Michael Brockers DT LSU
  21. Cincinnati traded to Miami - Andre Branch OLB Clemson
  22. Detroit – Keleche Osemele G Iowa St.
  23. Atlanta – Coby Fleener TE Stanford
  24. Pittsburgh – Brandon Washington G Miami
  25. Denver – Marvin McNutt WR Iowa
  26. Houston – Rueben Randle WR LSU
  27. New Orleans – Lavonte David OLB Nebraska
  28. Green Bay – Bruce Irvin OLB WVU
  29. San Francisco – Keenan Robinson OLB Texas
  30. Baltimore Aaron Henry FS Wisconsin
  31. New York Giants - Lamar Miller RB Miami – BBI gets his guy :o)
  32. New England – Robert Lester FS Alabama

· Oakland -> New England: Joseph Barksdale and Taiwan Jones

· Arizona -> Philadelphia: Kevin Kolb

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Round 3

  1. Indianapolis – Billy Winn DT Boise St.
  2. St. Louis – Jayron Hosley CB Va. Tech
  3. Minnesota – Travis Lewis LB Oklahoma
  4. Cleveland – Brandon Weeden QB Ok. St.
  5. Tampa Bay - LaMichael James RB Oregon
  6. Washington – Josh Chapman NT Alabama
  7. Jacksonville – Jamell Fleming CB Oklahoma
  8. Buffalo – Trumaine Johnson CB Montana
  9. Miami - Nate Potter T Boise St.
  10. Chicago - from Carolina Tommy Streeter WR Miami
  11. Kansas City – Nick Foles QB Arizona
  12. Seattle – Johnathon Massaquoi OLB Troy
  13. Philadelphia – Brian Quick WR Appalachian St.
  14. New York Jets –.Brandon Mosley RT Auburn
  15. Oakland
  16. San Diego - Doug Martin RB Boise St.
  17. Chicago – Brandon Lindsey OLB Pitt.
  18. Arizona – Antonio Allen SS South Carolina
  19. Dallas – Brandon Boykin CB Georgia
  20. Tennessee - Orson Charles TE Georgia
  21. Cincinnati – Amini Silatolu G Midwestern St.
  22. Atlanta – Don Barclay T WVU
  23. Detroit - Keenan Robinson OLB Texas
  24. Pittsburgh – Chase Thomas OLB Stanford
  25. Denver – Kawaan Short DT Purdue
  26. Houston – Audie Cole ILB North Carolina St.
  27. New Orleans – Sylvester Williams DT North Carolina
  28. Green Bay – Sean Spence LB Miami
  29. San Francisco – Ricky Wagner T Wisconsin
  30. Baltimore – Michael Brewster C Ohio St.
  31. New York Giants – Senio Kelemete G Washington
  32. New England - Levy Adcock RT Ok. St

Comp. picks

  1. Oakland – Russell Wilson QB Wisconsin
  2. Minnesota – Michael Egnew TE Missouri
  3. Oakland – Shaun Prater CB Iowa

· Carolina -> Chicago: Greg Olsen

· Raiders used 3rd-round pick on Terrelle Pryor in supplemental draft





Round 4

  1. St. Louis – Kendall Reyes DT Connecticut
  2. Indianapolis – Chris Givens WR Wake Forrest
  3. Minnesota – Casey Hayward CB Vanderbilt
  4. Philadelphia - from Tampa Bay – Tyler Nielsen LB Iowa
  5. Cleveland – George Iloka FS Boise St.
  6. Jacksonville – Juron Criner WR Arizona
  7. Washington – Josh Robinson CB UCF
  8. Miami – Bernard Pierce RB Temple
  9. Carolina – Nigel Bradham OLB FSU
  10. Buffalo – T.Y. Hilton WR FIU
  11. Seattle – Dan Herron RB Ohio St.
  12. Kansas City – Ladarius Green TE La. Lafayette
  13. New York Jets – Devier Posey WR Ohio St.
  14. Washington - from Oakland – Jeff Allen T Illinois
  15. San Diego – Matt McCants T UAB
  16. Chicago – Kevin Reddick MLB UNC
  17. Arizona – Ryan Swopes WR Texas A&M
  18. Dallas – Kelvin Beachum G SMU
  19. Philadelphia - Kirk Cousins QB Michigan St.
  20. Tennessee – Harrison Smith SS Notre Dame
  21. Cincinnati traded to Miami – Cyrus Grey RB Texas A&M
  22. Detroit – Desmond Trufant CB Washington
  23. Cleveland - from Atlanta – Brandon Taylor FS LSU
  24. Pittsburgh – Winston Guy Jr. SS Kentucky
  25. Denver – Tank Carder MLB TCU
  26. Houston – Ryan Broyles WR Oklahoma
  27. New Orleans – Bobby Massie T Ole Miss
  28. Green Bay – Marcus Forston DT Miami
  29. San Francisco – Isiah Pead RB Cincinnati
  30. Buffalo - from Baltimore - Jeff Fuller WR Texas A&M
  31. New York Giants – Bobby Wagner OLB Utah St.
  32. New England – Coryell Judie CB Texas A&M

Comp. picks

  1. Green Bay – Trenton Robinson FS Michigan St.
  2. Minnesota – Neiko Thorpe FS Auburn
  3. Indianapolis – Trevor Guyton DE California
  4. Baltimore – Omar Bolden CB Arizona St.
  5. Green Bay – Matt Reynolds T BYU
  6. Dallas – Brock Osweiller QB Arizona St.
  7. Oakland – Shea McClellin OLB Boise St.

· Atlanta -> Cleveland: Julio Jones

· Oakland -> Washington: Jason Campbell

· Tampa Bay -> Philadelphia: Luke Stocker

· Baltimore -> Buffalo: Lee Evans





Round 5

  1. Indianapolis – Danny Trevathon LB Kentucky
  2. Denver - from St. Louis – Lucas Nix G Pitt.
  3. Minnesota – Marquis Maze WR Alabama
  4. Cleveland – Ryan Miller G Colorado
  5. Tampa Bay -Mychal Kendricks ILB California
  6. Washington – David Molk C Michigan
  7. Jacksonville Jake Bequette DE Arkansas
  8. Carolina – Blake Gideon FS Texas
  9. Buffalo – Case Keenum QB Houston
  10. Miami – Lonnie Edwards G Texas Tech
  11. Kansas City – Mister Cobble NT Kentucky
  12. Seattle – Derek Wolfe DT Cincinnati
  13. Oakland – Rokevius Watkins G South Carolina
  14. San Diego – DeAngelo Peterson TE LSU
  15. Chicago – Eddie Whitley FS Va. Tech
  16. Arizona – Jacques Smith OLB Missourri
  17. Dallas - Cliff Harris CB/KR Oregon
  18. Philadelphia – Jarrett Boykin WR Va. Tech
  19. New York Jets – Tony Dye SS UCLA
  20. Tennessee – Jordan White WR Western Michigan
  21. Cincinnati – Joel Foreman G Michigan St.
  22. Atlanta - Jamell Fleming CB Oklahoma
  23. Detroit - Andrew Datko RT FSU
  24. Pittsburgh - Julian Miller OLB WVU
  25. Denver – Terrence Ganaway RB Baylor
  26. Houston – William Vlachos C Alabama
  27. New Orleans - Jack Crawford DE PSU
  28. Green Bay – Brett Roy DE Nevada
  29. San Francisco – Jarius Wright WR Arkansas
  30. Baltimore – Nico Johnson ILB Alabama
  31. New York Giants – Phillip Blake C Baylor
  32. - Cincinnati from New England – Jaymes Brooks G Va. Tech

· New England -> Cincinnati: Chad Ochocinco

· St. Louis -> Denver: Brandon Lloyd

· Oakland -> Seattle: Aaron Curry

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