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sup. updated 2/28 - now 5 rounds


1. Kansas City Chiefs – Shariff Floyd* /DE/ Florida:
Moves like an athletic DE and has the power of a plugging DT. Regarded as a sure top ten pick heading into the combine with Mayock and a few others thinking top 5. Tragic background that makes you root for him no matter what. NFL Comp. Darnell Dockett
*previous Star Lotulelei

2. Jacksonville Jaguars – Luke Joeckel* /OT/ Texas A&M:
Monroe is a fine LT but the Jags are lacking almost everywhere else upfront. They could move Monroe to the right side and shift Bradfield inside, turning a weakness into a strength. NFL comp. Joe Thomas
*previous Shariff Floyd

3. Oakland Raiders – Sheldon Richardson* /DE/ Missouri:
Richardson is like a LB trapped in a DT’s body. Huge motor, surprising power, along with his mobility, could make him a top 5 pick. Raiders could put him at DE in a 43 or 34. NFL Comp. Justin Smith
*previous Bjoern Werner

4. Philadelphia Eagles – Eric Fisher /OT/Central Michigan:
Fisher was so dominant in Mobile, he might have actually lowered Joeckel’s stock by looking like a comparable option at LT. Kelly’s also explained that sacks are the kryptonite to his offense. NFL comp Joe Staley
*previous Luke Joeckel

5. Detroit Lions – Dee Milliner*/CB/ Alabama:
Blazed his 40 at Indy then stumbled through his positional workout. Still, he's the top ranked CB and with the DE's stock slipping, it's a good bet he goes to Det. I don't see a top ten guy in Milliner but, who knows, Gilmore went there last year. NFL Comp. Terrell Thomas
*previous Sheldon Richardson

6. Cleveland Browns – Dion Jordan /OLB-DE/ Oregon:
Jarvis Jones is the perfect scheme fit but I think Lombardi/Banner won’t take the risk. Jordan’s got a similar skill set to previous busts like Jarvis Moss-Aaron Maybin, but I think his experience and ability in space separates him. It’s also remarkable that he put up such a solid season while playing half of it with that torn labrum. Had he stayed healthy, he'd have even more buzz. NFL comp. Julian Peterson (with 4 more inches)

7. Arizona Cardinals - Geno Smith /QB/ West Virginia
Didn't especially shine in positional workouts but came across very well in interviews reportedly. Also spoke of his reluctance to run, saying he was the facilitator of the offense and didn't want to selfishly take it over. If true, is that a flag? Idk, but I'd prefer a guy who wants to take over games. The Cards just need to pull the trigger, though. I'm impressed with Smith's toughness, improvisation and arm talent and given his noted work ethic it's worth the risk. NFL comp. Mark Brunnell

8. Buffalo Bills – Jarvis Jones* /OLB/ Georgia:
Right now I'm buying his story at the combine and feel like he'll pass enough team's med checks to not drop too far. I think the issue though for decision makers is not so much whether he can play with the condition, it's should he be playing. But it's his life. Obviously Jones is all in and wants to be drafted high but the next temp paralysis after an awkward hit might change his family’s mind, especially once their financially set. NFL comp. Chad Brown
*previous Damontre Moore

9. New York Jets - Chance Warmack /OG/ Alabama:
Ryan has one more season to show some kind of legitimate turn around or he’s out. Warmack is pro ready and helps Ryan immediately get back to his brand of football. Key word with this choice is "safe". NFL Comp. Will Shields

10. Tennessee Titans - Jonathan Cooper /OG/ North Carolina:
Ranked higher then Warmack on some teams' boards because he's the better athlete. With the signing of Wilson, you can take Vaccaro out of the equation at #10. NFL Comp. Jahri Evans

11. San Diego Chargers – Lane Johnson /OT/ Oklahoma:
One of the biggest risers out of senior week and he impressed at the combine as expected.
*previous Eric Fisher

12. Miami Dolphins – Tavon Austin /WR-RB/ West Virginia:
Draft's most explosive prospect could step into the role vacated by Reggie. More a pass catcher then him but could be used as a 3rd down RB and handle limited carries. NFL comp. (taller) Darren Sproles
*previous Tyler Eifert

13. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Star Lotulelei /DT/ Utah:
Stock is in flux until his heart situation is cleared. Despite the redirection that it's dehydration/rapid weight loss, it doesn't look good. I've dropped him some but it's possible he's out all together. NFL comp. Haloti Ngata
*previous Dee Milliner

14. Carolina Panthers – Cordarrelle Patterson*/WR/Tennessee:
Incredible open field runner for a taller guy. Extremely raw but his upside is in the HOF area. NFL Comp. Josh Cribbs (with better lateral quickness & long speed.)

15. New Orleans Saints – Bjoern Werner* /DE-OLB/ Florida State:
Hallo. Everything I've read suggests Werner is not as highly rated as everyone thinks. But at his size, he still explodes off the ball and shows the ability to stand up. NFL comp. Jason Babin
*previous Jarvis Jones

16. St. Louis Rams - Ezekiel Ansah /OLB-DE/ BYU:
Dominated the senior game after seemingly overthinking during the practices. His combine performance should highlight his monster upside and convince that he can be lined up almost anywhere. Fisher is the type that couldn’t resist such a freak talent. SLB, DE, DT, all of theses spots are in the mix for him. NFL Comp. Justin Tuck

17. Pittsburgh Steelers - Keenan Allen* /WR/ California:
Allen’s worth a top ten pick imo. His stock might take a hit if he recovers slowly from his late season knee injury and Patterson/Austin blaze. NFL Comp. Javon Walker

18. Dallas Cowboys - DaMontre Moore* /DE/ Texas A&M:
Similar to Werner, it seems his stock is not as high as expected. But incredibly productive in his first season playing with his hand down inside a tougher conference and still very young. NFL comp. Willie McGinest

19. New York Giants – Barkevious Mingo*/OLB/ LSU:
I was set to give the Giants Olgetree here until his latest red flag. Mingo’s the freak athlete in need of a lot of polish. I think he could play Kiwanuka's position and they could give Kiwi more time at DE. Also figuring the Giants franchise Beatty. NFL comp. Mathias Kiwanuka

20. Chicago Bears – Tyler Eifert /TE/ Notre Dame:
"Eifert is underrated and I think his stock will soar as the draft gets closer-starting with the combine." -Check. Shined as expected but I've actually lowered him in this mock because of the positional needs of teams picking higher and the depth at TE in this draft. NFL Comp. Jason Witten
*previous Lane Johnson

21. Cincinnati Bengals - Kenny Vaccaro /S/ Texas:
The tatted one is regarded by many as the top S in the draft. McShay recently gushed he's talented enough to play some CB. But he underwhelmed at the combine. NFL Comp. Michael Huff
*previous Matt Elam

22. St. Louis Rams - Matt Elam*/S /Florida:
As little as he is, if he declares he could rise in this class. Pound for pound, one of the most physical defenders in the draft. NFL Comp. Dante Whitner
*previous Larry Warford

23.Minnesota Vikings - Terrance Williams /WR/ Baylor:
Wiiliams has size and speed but it's his quick feet that I think will make him a great pro. Sort of a sleeper that’s going to end up a steal. Even without a big armed QB, the Vikes need a guy that can stretch the field. NFL comp. Torrey Smith

24 Indianapolis Colts - D.J. Fluker* /OT-OG/Alabama:
Good coaching and D.J.'s a pro bowler.

25. Seattle Seahawks – Datone Jones /DE-DT/ UCLA:
Already had Jones as a 2nd rounder before Mobile where he crushed it. Any team, running a 34 or 43, in need of more pass rush should find it hard to pass him up. Perfect fit for the Hawks in that he can start at DE, then provide an interior rush at DT when Irvin comes in. NFL Comp. Cameron Jordan
*previous Alec Ogltree

26. TRADE Buffalo Bills (GB) - E.J. Manuel /QB/ Florida State:
E.J.’s got great size, arm and running ability but doesn't utilize it all well. He’s passive and shrinks in the big moments. But with the success of recent running QBs, it’ll push up his stock. I think Marrone could target him to sit behind Fitz for a season and see if he can develop another Kaepernick. NFL Comp. Tarvares Jackson
*previous Matt Barkley

27. Houston Texans – Jesse Williams /NT/ Alabama:
Not yet getting enough recognition. Williams should become a beast of an interior lineman in the NFL-able to play in any scheme. NFL Comp. Antonio Garay

28. Denver Broncos - Larry Warford /OG/ Kentucky:
Looked like a first round guy in Mobile..on the field, not the weigh in. NFL Comp. Andre Smith

29. New England Patriots - Robert Woods* /WR/ USC:
Painfully clear watching the Patriots playoff loss that Welker is finished with this team and the WRs are lacking. Woods is now the forgotten guy with Lee breaking out. What I like most is his toughness. Concerns about his nagging foot injury could cause him to slip. NFL comp. Santonio Holmes
*previous Tavon Austin

30. Atlanta Falcons – Alex Okafor /DE/ Texas:
Okafor was the best Texas defender imo and was one of the best defensive players at Mobile. NFL Comp. Andre Carter

31. San Francisco 49ers – Jonathan Cyprien /S/ FIU:
A sleeper that really opened up eyes at Mobile. He looked like a CB in drills at 6'1 209. NFL Comp Morgan Burnett
*previous Eric Reid

32. Baltimore Ravens - Arthur Brown /LB/ Kansas St:
Checked back on ND games for Te'o after that horrid bowl game and compared him with Brown and Minter (vs Miami, Oregon, & A&M). Got to say now that Brown is possibly the best ILB prospect of the three. Undersized but doesn't play like it. He can thump inside while also looking great in space. He’s got it all but his size might be looked at as a liability. Sound familiar? NFL Comp. Jon Beason


1. Jacksonville Jaguars – Kawaan Short /DT/ Purdue:
Bradley’s Seahawks defense put a premium on stopping the run and essentially started 3 DTs. And I’m figuring there’s a good chance overpaid Alualu is cut. When his motors on, Short’s a top 20 guy. He could drop because of inconsistency but he'll probably generate buzz though senior week and the combine. NFL Comp. Shaun Rogers

2. San Francisco 49ers (KC) – DeAndre Hopkins* /WR/ Clemson:
Hopkins is loved by some but I’m not quite as high on him. He’s got great ball skills and quickness. NFL comp. Nate Burleson

3. Philadelphia Eagles – Desmond Trufant /CB/Washington:
He came out of senior week being called a first round pick and followed it up with a solid combine. NFL Comp. Tracy Porter
*previous Xavier Rhodes

4. Detroit Lions - Xavier Rhodes /S/ Florida State:
Rhodes has the size and tackling ability to play safety if needed. NFL comp. Gary Baxter
*previous Johnthan Banks

5. Cincinnati Bengals (OAK) – Jordan Poyer /CB/ Oregon State:
Poyer was one of the best CBs at senior week practices. NFL Comp. Cary Williams

6. Arizona Cardinals – Travis Frederick* /OC-OG/ Wisconsin:
Huge run blocker should upgrade the interior immediately.

7. Cleveland Browns (supp) - Josh Gordon /WR/ Baylor:
Supplemental pick Flash has been the Browns best WR this season. That's good and bad. NFL comp. Vincent Jackson

8. New York Jets - Ryan Nassib /QB/ Syracuse:
Nassib didn’t stand out at senior week practices but the word is teams are still high on him. The Jets need serious competition for Sanchez and Nassib has the skill set to take his job away in camp. NFL Comp. Andy Dalton

9. Tennessee Titans – Justin Hunter* /WR/Tennessee:
Possible deep & red zone threat if he comes back fully from his knee injury. NFL comp. Malcolm Floyd
*previous Brian Schwenke

10. TRADE Green Bay Packers (BUF)– Brian Schwenke /OC/ California:
Mayock gushed about him all senior week. NFL Comp. Ryan Kalil
*previous Dante Jones

11. Miami Dolphins – Jamar Taylor /CB/ Boise State:
Solid competitor showed much better then expected athletic ability at the combine. NFL Comp.
*previous Desmond Trufant

12. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – David Amerson*/S/NC State:
First rounder as a junior and a late round guy as a senior. He’ll fair better as a safety.
*previous Jonathan Cyprien

13. Carolina Panthers – Sylvester Williams /DT/ UNC:
Looks a little like Geno Atkins..every few snaps. Great bargain in the 2nd.
*previous Quinton Patton

14. New Orleans Saints – forfeited:

15. San Diego Chargers – Giovanni Bernard* /RB/ North Carolina:
Not as fast as the big runs would indicate and has some durability concerns, but can make something out of nothing with impressive natural running skills. NFL Comp. Ahmad Bradshaw
*previous Terrance Williams

16. St Louis Rams – Menelik Watson /OT/ Florida State:
Extremely raw but a tremendous talent for the position. With the coaching on the Rams he's a pro bowler eventually.
*previous Khaseem Greene

17. Dallas Cowboys - Kyle Long /OG/ Oregon:
Ultra athletic project with some off field issues but a solid lineage.
*previous Corey Lemonier

18. Pittsburgh Steelers – Kevin Minter* /LB/ LSU:
Not flashy but Minter looks like a very solid pro ILB. Instinctive and physical and strong enough to work in a 34.
*previous Manti Teo

19. New York Giants – Alec Ogletree* /LB/ Georgia:
I didn't really recognize how much of a freak athlete Ogletree was until I watched the all star skills contest and saw him demonstrate quicker feet then Robert Woods. Fills the stat sheet on a talented Georgia D but is still pretty raw and has character flags. Check that now-major red flags. NFL Comp. Boss Bailey
*previous Kevin Minter

20. Chicago Bears – Terron Armstead /OT/ Arkansas Pine-Bluff:
Held his own at post season all star practices at LT and OG, then blew up the combine.

21. Washington Redskins – Eric Reid* /S/LSU:
Reid’s stock is not up right now but with a good combine showing, he should start getting that buzz going again. NFL comp. William Moore
*previous Phillip Thomas

22. Minnesota Vikings – Quinton Patton /WR/ Louisiana Tech:
Not fast but great feet and stop and start ability with solid size and catches everything. NFL Comp. Donald Driver
*previous Sly Williams

23. Cincinnati Bengals – Khassem Greene /OLB/ Rutgers:
Former safety who's become a dominant defender and arguably the top OLB in the draft.
*previous Gerald Hodges

24. Miami Dolphins (IND) – Justin Pugh /OT/ Syracuse:
Knocked for his measurables at Mobile but looked like one of the best OTs there. NFL Comp. Eric Steinbach
*previous Kyle Long

25. Green Bay Packers – Eddie Lacy*/RB/ Alabama:
Superbly talented but also playing behind a phenomenal line. Still his feet, agility and speed at 220+ is special. And he comes with a ready made catch phrase. NFL Comp. Steven Jackson
*previous Gio Bernard

26. Seattle Seahawks - Zach Ertz* /TE/ Stanford:
Ertz doesn't look as good a prospect to me as Fleener, who went high 2nd last year but underperformed as a rookie. NFL Comp Coby Fleener
*previous Mene Watson

27. Houston Texans – Manti Te'o /LB/ Notre Dame:
Imo, it’s becoming clearer that Teo’s role in the most bizarre pre draft controversy ever was of a gullible nice guy, rather then an unstable certified weirdo. But I think he’ll drop none the less. NFL comp. Rey Mauluga
*previous Justin Hunter

28. Denver Broncos – Le'Veon Bell* /RB/ Michigan State:
Bell is possibly the most slept on prospect right now. Mired on a terrible college offense, he’ll end up a steal in the NFL. Eddie George (that’s right)
*previous Barrett Jones

29. New England Patriots – Brandon Williams /DT/ Missouri Southern State:
After his performance senior week, he's rising. NFL Comp. Phil Taylor
*previous Johnthan Hankins

30. Atlanta Falcons – Gavin Escobar* /TE/ San Diego St
Big athletic TE who blocks and moves extremely well for his size. NFL Comp. Dennis Pitta

31. San Francisco 49ers – Markus Wheaton /WR/ Arizona State:
Wiry strong and lightening quick, Wheaton will outperform his draft position. NFL Comp. Mike Wallace

32. Baltimore Ravens – Corey Lemonier* /DE-OLB/ Auburn:
Lemonier has been one of the most consistent rushers in the country for awhile, and only fell off the second half of his senior season. NFL Comp. Shawn Merriman


1. Kansas City Chiefs – Johnthan Banks /CB/ Mississippi St:
Stock now depends on how well he looks in Indianapolis. NFL Comp. Shawntae Spencer
*previous Logan Ryan

2. Jacksonville Jaguars – Matt Barkley /QB/ USC:
Ought to go higher but his skill set is not the trend. It's always possible he kills at his pro day but the delaying is looking very suspicious. NFL comp. Chad Pennington
*previous Brian Winters

3. Detroit Lions – Tank Carradine /DE/ Florida St:
Potential first rounder before late season ACL.
*previous D.J. Swearinger

4. Oakland Raiders – Jonathan Hankins* /DT/ Ohio State:
First round talent but questionable motor and poor game tape plus the quality defensive line depth in this draft should have his stock dropping. NFL Comp. Shaun Rogers

5. Philadelphia Eagles – John Jenkins /DT/ Georgia:
Bust potential for sure but you can't coach up size + motor. Jenkins gets blown off the ball too often for a guy of his size but massive DTs who can move and hustle are rare commodities-I guess. NFL comp. Shaun Smith

6. Cleveland Browns - Duke Williams /S/ Nevada:
Browns have a great big hole at FS. Williams actually reminds me a little of Brian Dawkins.

7. Arizona Cardinals – Jonathan Franklin /RB/ UCLA:
Franklin looked great senior week but will always be undersized.
*previous Leveon Bell

8. Tennessee Titans – Cornelius Washington /DE/ Georgia:
Forgettable college production but really impressing in pre draft evals.
*previous David Quessenberry

9. TRADE Green Bay Packers (BUF) – Jordan Mills /OT/ Louisiana Tech:
Mills was a late add senior week played very well by all accounts.

10. New York Jets - David Bass /DE-OLB/ Missouri Western State:
The defensive star of the Shrine week practices might have a big combine.

11. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Logan Ryan* /CB/ Rutgers:
Under the radar guy having a strong season on a great defense. Size, ball skills-needs to show well in the post season to rise. NFL Comp. Leon Hall
*previous Markus Wheaton

12. San Francisco 49ers (CAR) – J.J. Wilcox /S/ Georgia Southern:
Showed size/speed and skills to mold senior week gaining the praise of analysts. Also a good KR.
*previous Dion Sims

13. New Orleans Saints – Mike Glennon /QB/ NC State:
Chase Daniel is a FA and might want to compete for a start somewhere else. Brees is now paid and gets the most out of his talent but at 34, a solid back up is a must. I was initially impressed how Glennon had come along this past season...then I took a look at him vs Virginia and it all fell apart-ditto his bowl game. Might pick up big numbers in the right offense but will probably never shake the tendency to make unforced mistakes. Buyer beware. Most damning thing being talked about him is that he might not be a leader. NFL Comp. Derek Anderson

14. San Diego Chargers – David Quessenberry /OG-OT/ San Jose State:
One of the best lineman at Mobile. Helped himself as much as anyone senior week. Great quickness and agility into the second level and nasty attitude but needs to get stronger.
*previous Terron Armstead

15. Miami Dolphins – Vance McDonald /TE/ Rice:
Impressed everyone in Mobile with his size and athleticism but is still a big project.
*previous Marquis Goodwin

16. St. Louis Rams – Chris Harper /WR/ Kansas State:
Bigger WR that showed impressive speed and above average route running senior week. NFL Comp. Chris Chambers
*previous Jordan Mills

17. Pittsburgh Steelers – Robert Alford /CB/ Southeast Louisiana:
Alford lived up to the buzz senior week. NFL Comp.

18. Dallas Cowboys – Barrett Jones /OC-OG/ Alabama:
Instantly upgrades the interior. NFL Comp. Max Unger
*previous Tyler Bray

19. New York Giants – Brennan Williams /OT/UNC:
Coming back from injury, if everything works out, could wind up a steal.
*previous Leon McFadden

20. Miami Dolphins (CHI) – Brian Winters /OG/ Kent State:
Rough around the edges but a monster run blocker with the athletic ability to also become a sound pass blocker.
*previous Justin Pugh

21. Minnesota Vikings – Kiko Alonso /LB/ Oregon :
If he can convince teams his off field antics are entirely behind him, he could go here or higher with his talent.
*previous Chris Harper

22. Cincinnati Bengals - Tyler Bray* /QB/ Tennessee:
Gradkowski?... No. Bray’s got a Cutler/Stafford caliber arm but seemingly the intangibles of Matt Leinart. NFL Comp. Ryan Mallett
*previous Joseph Randle

23. Washington Redskins – Blidi Wreh-Wilson /CB/ UConn:
Mixed views on Blidi but with his size/speed he could see the 3rd round.
NFL Comp Corey Webster
*previous Nickell Roby

24. Indianapolis Colts - Bennie Logan* /DE/ LSU:
LSU underclassman sale.

25. Seattle Seahawks – Xavier Gooden /LB/ Missouri:
Undersized blazer creating some buzz but I seem to remember him losing it a couple seasons back and throwing a punch at a guy he couldn’t get to the ground that he was trying to tackle?
*previous Margus Hunt

26. Green Bay Packers – Margus Hunt /DE/ SMU:
Still will shine at the combine but looked like an enormous project at senior week practices.
*previous Jordan Reed

27. Houston Texans – Stedman Bailey*/WR/ West Virginia:
High on Bailey since last year when I thought he physically abused Mo Claiborne at the los and out quicked him in the open field. He's underrated due to his big play teammate and should go higher. NFL Comp. Doug Baldwin
*previous David Amerson

28. Denver Broncos - Dwayne Gratz /CB/ UConn:
Opened eyes with his testing at the combine following a solid showing at senior week practices where he really looked better then Wreh-Wilson.
*previous B.W. Webb

29. New England Patriots – Tyrann Mathieu* /CB/ LSU:
Someone’s going to take the chance in the mid rounds. All he has to do in NE is his do his job;

30. Atlanta Falcons – Sio Moore /LB/ UConn:
A guy I’ve liked all season deservedly starting to generate buzz after a good showing at both the shrine and Mobile.
*previous Tank Carradine

31. San Francisco 49ers - Tyler Wilson /QB/ Arkansas:
Wilson’s small hands and the beating he took as a senior are looking like deal breakers for his stock. The team that eventually drafts him is going to get a steal. NFL comp. Matt Hasselbeck
*previous Dustin Hopkins

32. Baltimore Ravens - Marquis Goodwin /WR/ Texas:
Track guy showed well and looked like the top deep threat in Mobile.
*previous J.J. Wilcox


1. Jacksonville Jaguars – Marc Anthony /CB/California:
Big corner who’s been defending solid talents Marvin Jones and Keenan Allen the past 2 yrs at practice. Quicker then fast type with the length and physicality to be a great press corner.

2. Kansas City Chiefs – Da'Rick Rogers* /WR/ Tenn. Tech:
Should probably stay another year but circumstances might have him declaring. NFL Comp. Kenny Britt
*previous Cobi Hamilton

3. Oakland Raiders – Leon McFadden /CB/ San Diego State:
Impressed senior week but must run well to maintain a lofty draft stock. NFL Comp. Leonard Johnson
*previous Alvin Bailey

4. Philadelphia Eagles – Jamie Collins /OLB-DE/ Southern Miss:
Raw all around but has impressive athleticism and can get into the backfield.
*previous Jamar Taylor

5. Minnesota Vikings (DET)– Akeem Spence* /DT/ Illinois:
Built like a fire hydrant and could learn to be effective 43 nose.
*previous Xavier Gooden

6. Arizona Cardinals – Sam Montgomery* /DE-OLB/ LSU:
So much for telling the truth in interviews. LSU coaches criticism adds to concerns over character along with average junior season. NFL comp. (taller) Brandon Graham
*previous John Simon

7. Cleveland Browns – Jordan Reed* /TE/ Florida:
Might start creating buzz after the combine. An underrated guy that would be a steal in the 4th. NFL Comp. Aaron Hernandez
*previous Duke Williams

8. Buffalo Bills – Ace Sanders*/WR/South Carolina:
Lightening quick jump-starter for the offense and sts. NFL Comp. Devin Hester

9. New York Jets – DJ Swearinger /S/ South Carolina:
Regarded as a high round pick in some places. NFL Comp. Glover Quinn
*previous Baccari Rambo

10. Tennessee Titans – Stephan Taylor /RB/ Stanford:
Solid all-around RB didn’t disappoint senior week.
*previous Monte Ball

11. Carolina Panthers – Dallas Thomas /OG-OT/ Tennessee:
Versatile and athletic helps out inside and outside.

12. New Orleans Saints – Oday Aboushi /OT/ Virginia:
I'm hearing the Saints will let Bushrod walk. Aboushi had a rough senior week but played well for Virginia this past season.

13. San Diego Chargers – Darius Slay /CB/ Mississippi St.:
Stock is rising but i'm not all in yet. NFL Comp. Derek Cox
*previous Kevin Reddick

14. Miami Dolphins – Gerald Hodges /OLB/ Penn State:
A guy really flying under the radar that is extremely athletic and showed some ability at the Shrine to play inside or outside.
*previous Stephan Taylor

15. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Nickel Roby* /CB/ USC:
Small man to man tough guy. NFL Comp. Brent Grimes
*previous Travis Kelce

16. St. Louis Rams – Alvin Bailey* /OG/ Arkansas :
Athletic big man didn't get a chance to show anything at the combine.
*previous Shawn Williams

17. Dallas Cowboys – Montee Ball /RB/ Wisconsin:
Ball's had some off field issues that look to be dropping his stock. Counting on Murray to make it through 16 game is just wishful thinking.
*previous John Franklin

18. Pittsburgh Steelers – Denard Robinson /RB/ Michigan:
Didn't excite at senior week practices but showed more toughness arriving with an injury. I think his best position will be RB. He's what the Steelers hoped they were getting with Chris Rainey. NFL Comp Percy Harvin

19. New York Giants – B.W. Webb /CB/ William & Mary:
Small school guy singled out by many for his impressive play at senior week practices.
*previous Brennen Williams

20. Chicago Bears – Earl Watford /OG/ James Madison:
I thought he had a very good positional workout at Indy.
*previous David Bahktari

21. Cincinnati Bengals - Andre Ellington /RB/ Clemson:
Homerun hitting complement. NFL Comp.
*previous Tyler Bray

22. Washington Redskins - Xavier Nixon /OT/ Florida:
Mostly held his own at senior week practices. Helps on the right side.
*previous Andre Ellington

23. Minnesota Vikings – Hugh Thornton /OG/ Illinois:
Hulking OG that could develop into a solid starter.
*previous Tyrann Mathieu

24. Indianapolis Colts - John Simon /OLB-DE/ Ohio State:
He'll drop because he's an inbetweener but he's one of those potential mid round steals.
*previous Stansly Maponga

25. Green Bay Packers – Shamarko Thomas /S/ Syracuse:
Created a lot of buzz in Indy even with a faceplant.
*previous Cooper Taylor

26. Seattle Seahawks – Montori Hughes /DT/ Tenn-Martin:
Talented enough to go higher but has some character issues.
*previous DaRick Rogers

27. Houston Texans – Travis Kelce /TE/ Cincinnati:
A possible 2nd round pick if not for the nagging injuries and character concerns.
*previous Vance McDonald

28. Denver Broncos – Baccari Rambo /S/ Georgia:
Has all the athletic ability but needs good coaching to be a quality starter.
*previous Melvin White

29. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (NE) – Dion Sims* /TE/ Michigan St:
A bear of a blocker but with great hands and potential in the passing game. NFL Comp. Marcedes Lewis
*previous Will Campbell

30. Atlanta Falcons – Brandon Jenkins* /DE/ FSU:
Highly rated pre injury and could be a steal for whoever takes a chance.
*previous Keith Pough

31. San Francisco 49ers – Dustin Hopkins /K/ FSU:
Big enough need to go here early.
*previous Brandon Jenkins

32. Baltimore Ravens - Phillip Thomas /S/ Fresno St:
Created a lot of buzz early but I don't think he goes as high as expected.
*previous Tavares King


1. Kansas City Chiefs – Garrett Gilkey /OG/ Chaldron St:
Showed pretty well at senior week practices.

2. Jacksonville Jaguars – Tavarres King /WR/ Georgia:
Playmaker with a knack for route running showed very well at senior week practices. NFL Comp. Chad Johnson

3. Philadelphia Eagles – Earl Wolff /S/ NC State:
Unheralded SS that showed off at the combine.

4. Detroit Lions – DeVonte Holloman /OLB/ South Carolina:
Showed well at shrine practices.

5. Seattle Seahawks (OAK)– Onterio McCalebb /KR-RB/ Auburn:
Blazer that can be an upgrade in the return game.

6. Cleveland Browns - Kevin Reddick /ILB/ North Carolina:
Solid but unspectacular inside LB does a little bit of everything.

7. Arizona Cardinals – Reid Fragel /OT/ Ohio State:
Backs up Massie.

8. New York Jets - Zeke Motta /S/ Notre Dame:
Mid round type that ends up contributing more then expected.

9. Tennessee Titans – Omoregie Uzzi /OG/ Georgia Tech:
Athletic run blocker that needs development as a pass protector.

10. Buffalo Bills - Michael Mauti /ILB/ Penn State:
I think he could work inside in either a 34 or 43 scheme.

11. New Orleans Saints – Will Davis /CB/ Utah St:
Followed up a rough senior week with a solid combine.

12. San Diego Chargers – Matt Scott /QB/ Aizona:
Rivers future looks shaky.

13. Miami Dolphins – Shawn Williams /S/ Georgia:
Testing well will really help his status and solidify him as a mid round guy. Mixed reviews senior week but held his own.

14. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Ryan Swope /WR/ Texas A&M:
Slot WR from day 1.

15. Carolina Panthers – Micah Hyde /S/ Iowa:
College CB might turn out to be a very solid FS.

16. St. Louis Rams – Melvin White /S/ Louisiana-Lafayette.:
Tall, physical CB/S in the mold of the Seattle DBs. NFL Comp. Brandon Browner

17. Pittsburgh Steelers – Stansly Maponga /DE-OLB/ TCU:
Slept on tweener is a good bet to out perform his draft position.

18. Dallas Cowboys – Jordan Hill /DT/ Penn State:
Kiffen could use a pure 3 tech DT.

19. New York Giants – Joseph Randle* /RB/ Oklahoma St.:
Quietly stepped up his game in the absence of Weeden and Blackmon. A complete back who should go higher then this. If he continues to get stronger as a pro, he'll be a pro bowl back. NFL comp. DaMarco Murray

20. Chicago Bears – Cobi Hamilton /WR/ Arkansas:
Huge fan of Hamilton. He's been unstoppable for the Razorbacks this season and has no weaknesses to his game-except all those he showed senior week;/ NFL Comp. Denarius Moore

21. Washington Redskins – Steve Williams /CB/ California:
Blazing run at Indianapolis has put him on the map.

22. Minnesota Vikings - Jon Bostic /ILB/ Florida:
Inside thumper ran faster then he looks on tape. Great value in the 5th.

J23. Cincinnati Bengals - Quinn Sharp /K/ FSU:
Solid kicker and punter.

24. San Francisco 49ers - Michael Williams /TE/ Alabama:
He's like an extra OT with soft hands.

25. Seattle Seahawks – Nick Becton /OT/ Virginia Tech:
Insurance for the right side.

26. Green Bay Packers – Trevardo Williams /OLB/ UConn:
Gets hung up on blockers too much but has a top notch burst and speed around the corner.

27. Houston Texans – Tanner Hawkinson /OT/ Kansas:
Competition for the right side.

28. Denver Broncos - Josh Boyce /WR/ TCU:
I guy I've been liking all season but thought his speed would make him a late round pick. After blazing at Indy his stock is def up. Poor man's Anquan Boldin

29. Washington Redskins – Levine Toilolo* /TE/ Stanford:
Fred Davis is probably headed elsewhere.

30. Atlanta Falcons – Mike Gillislee /RB/ Florida:
Does everything well and has looked good in post season evals but is still under the radar.

31. San Francisco 49ers - William Campbell /DE/ Michigan:
Unheralded guy that will be a quality contributor for a long time.

32. Baltimore Ravens - Mario Benavides /OC/ Louisville:
Depth and insurance at OC.

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Very good Giants mock. I'm personally not a fan of Mingo in the first round. Don't think he'll play well in an NFL 4-3 scheme. But if the front office is very high on him, I know most front offices are torn on Mingo, then I guess I could see it happening, as Reese will take the best player on their board when it's the Giants' time to pick. Other 3 picks are excellent.
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Wow, just wow. I actually love this for the Lions. I love Sheldon Richardson, and adding him to our line would just be nasty, I love the idea of playing him at DE.

Banks is my #1 CB, and I'd love to get him (your comparison is way off though).

Swearinger is another great value and another guy I'd love to get. I would be torn between him, Woods, Rambo, and Carradine though.

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CHIEFS: Not bad and good reasoning on picks. Star may be just the guy but Joeckel is my choice. Nassib my be Dorsey's/Ried's choice at #2 round but my guy is Manuel. Don't know much about last 2 but positions are probably right. Good mock.
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Change the Eagles 4th round pick to Duke Williams over Jamar Taylor and it gets an A from me.

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I like the trade down and DeAndre Hopkins and Sylvester Williams in round one would be nice.

In round 3, I like Markus Wheaton over Alonso and B.W. Webb over Harper.

give the Vikes Dallas Thomas and Keith Pough in round 4.
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That's pretty good for the Cards

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IDOG_det wrote:
Wow, just wow. I actually love this for the Lions. I love Sheldon Richardson, and adding him to our line would just be nasty, I love the idea of playing him at DE.

Banks is my #1 CB, and I'd love to get him (your comparison is way off though).

Swearinger is another great value and another guy I'd love to get. I would be torn between him, Woods, Rambo, and Carradine though.

Good to hear. I'm expecting flak about Richardson from most Lion fans.
You don't like the DRC compare? Who does he remind you of most?

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BrownLeader wrote:
IDOG_det wrote:
Wow, just wow. I actually love this for the Lions. I love Sheldon Richardson, and adding him to our line would just be nasty, I love the idea of playing him at DE.

Banks is my #1 CB, and I'd love to get him (your comparison is way off though).

Swearinger is another great value and another guy I'd love to get. I would be torn between him, Woods, Rambo, and Carradine though.

Good to hear. I'm expecting flak about Richardson from most Lion fans.
You don't like the DRC compare? Who does he remind you of most?
Well, I see Banks as a guy who is great in zone, especially when playing 10 yards off. He can also play zone when you get him close to the WR, but he isn't a great presser, so really he is best suited off the line. He can also play man, but again, you want him 10 yards back. He also can play in the slot. Good ball skills, makes some big plays due to being able to read the QB. Is very poor against the run. He doesn't have long speed but is quick in short areas and reacts very fast and sets up himself to knock balls out due to great positioning and technique.

I'm not good at comparisons, but I know DRC is a pure boundary guy and you want him playing in a way that utilizes his speed. Height and weight wise they are a great comparison, but their skills are pretty different.

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I'm not a fan of Buffalo scenario.. Personally I would want Jarvis Jones over Damontre Moore and not sure about trading up for Barkley
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1: Lane Johnson T
2: Zach Ertz TE
4: David Bakhitari T

Very good for Chicago!

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Three picks, three huge reaches. Bad draft.
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This is pretty horrible for the Titans.

1st Round - Kenny Vaccaro - A reach and not even the best safety in the draft. I'd go with the Ansah because we have a serious depth concerns at DE. Ansah is versatile and can play all over the D-Line. Also Michael Huff isn't exactly someone I'd want anyway.

2nd Round - Brian Schwenke - Another horrible reach. Center won't be a need because we're resigning Fernando Velasco who was our starting center last year and played very good not giving up a sack all season. Sylvester Williams should be the pick.

3rd Round - Solid pick but we need a safety now. I'd go with Duke Williams or Baccari Rambo.

4th Round - Dont like it all. I agree with the explanation but not the player. Rather get our OG here in Dallas Thomas.

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Sacks are the fault of the qb, not oline. According to chip.
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Panthers do not need to start the draft with back to back WRs. It's a luxury pick for us, we won't go there twice.

Give us Philip Thomas in the 2nd and you have a good draft for the Panthers.
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