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  1. Kansas City Chiefs: Eric Fisher, OT, Central Michigan
    It's looking like Branden Albert will be traded to Miami, so this pick will definitely be used on a left tackle. But which one? Luke Joeckel has been atop my 2013 NFL Mock Draft since the Chiefs traded for Alex Smith, but Eric Fisher is gaining tons of momentum.

    The Chiefs are split on Joeckel versus Fisher. General manager John Dorsey wants Joeckel, while Andy Reid and the coaches want the Central Michigan product. It'll be interesting to see who wins out, but it really sounds like Reid will get his way. I hate changing my top pick this late, but I'm pretty convinced that Kansas City wants Fisher.

    *** OTHER 2013 NFL DRAFT POSSIBILITIES: ***

    1. Luke Joeckel, OT - Maybe the Chiefs are actually sane.

    By the way, I'm doing this live because I thought it'd be fun to get instant feedback. I'm going to post my mock anyway, so why not do it this way? Follow @walterfootball for updates.

    Pick change; previously Luke Joeckel, OT

  2. Jacksonville Jaguars: Dion Jordan, DE/OLB, Oregon
    All the talk is that the Jaguars will pick the remaining offensive tackle, but this seems like a smokescreen, much like the Vikings selecting Morris Claiborne last year. Why would Jacksonville draft a right tackle when they can sign Andre Smith, Tyson Clabo or Eric Winston with all of the money they have? It makes zero sense. I'm with ESPN AFC South blogger Paul Kuharsky - Eric Fisher and Luke Joeckel don't seem like the likely picks.

    New head coach Gus Bradley met with the NFL Network crew during the Senior Bowl. He told them that one of the things he learned under Pete Carroll was to build the team on speed. Dion Jordan certainly fits the bill there, as he was one of the most explosive athletes at the Combine.

    Jordan, who is definitely one of the top players available, fits Bradley's defense perfectly in the Leo position. Given that he's drawn comparisons to Aldon Smith and Jason Taylor, Jordan would improve the team's last-ranked pass rush. He would also be able to drop into coverage and defend tight ends - and that is key because the Texans and Colts both use multi-tight end sets.

    *** OTHER 2013 NFL DRAFT POSSIBILITIES: ***

    1. Luke Joeckel/Eric Fisher, OT - Noted above.

    2. Geno Smith, QB - The Jaguars sent their entire front office, including the team president, to Geno Smith's Pro Day. There could be serious interest. If Jacksonville doesn't take Smith, he'll probably fall out of the top 10. I was very close to mocking him to the Jaguars, but went with Jordan.

  3. Oakland Raiders: Luke Joeckel, OT, Texas A&M
    If the Jaguars refrain from taking an offensive tackle, the remaining top blind-side protector will go No. 3. Whether it's to the Raiders or Lions via trade is unknown, but either Eric Fisher or Luke Joeckel will be chosen in this spot if the Jaguars know what they are doing.

    The Detroit deal is an obvious possibility (it would require a third-rounder), but why Oakland? Well, the Raiders are trying their best to be competitive, and they want to grab the best player available to shore up one side of the ball. They already signed tons of free agents on defense, but have hardly touched the offense, save for Matt Flynn. With Joeckel (or Fisher) on the team, they'll move Jared Veldheer to right tackle, which will aid them in their efforts to block Von Miller.

    *** OTHER 2013 NFL DRAFT POSSIBILITIES: ***

    1. Luke Joeckel, OT - The other tackle possibility.

    2. Sharrif Floyd, DT - If both tackles are off the board, Sharrif Floyd will be the pick.

    Pick change; previously Eric Fisher, OT

  4. Philadelphia Eagles: Lane Johnson, OT, Oklahoma
    There's no question the Eagles have to upgrade their offensive line. Their tackle position is in shambles. Jason Peters tore his Achilles; Demetress Bell was released after being a bust signing; while King Dunlap, who wasn't any good, signed with San Diego. Even if Peters comes back close to 100 percent - a tough challenge, considering his weight - an upgrade could be made at right tackle, which would allow Todd Herremans to move back to his natural guard position.

    This is different than the Jacksonville and Oakland situations because the right tackle is the blind-side protector of the Eagles' current southpaw quarterback. Lane Johnson would also become the heir apparent to Peters at left tackle. He has the athleticism to thrive in Chip Kelly's offense.

    *** OTHER 2013 NFL DRAFT POSSIBILITIES: ***

    1. Dion Jordan, LB - Jordan is one of the four players the Eagles are reportedly considering with this pick, but he's not available in this mock draft.

    2. Star Lotulelei, DT - Peter King recently reported that the Eagles love Star Lotulelei. He could play five-technique and nose tackle.

    Pick change; previously Eric Fisher, OT



  5. Detroit Lions: Ezekiel Ansah, DE/OLB, BYU
    The Lions need defensive end help with Kyle Vanden Bosch getting cut and Cliff Avril entering free agency. If they can't get any pressure on the quarterback, Aaron Rodgers is going to continue to shred their secondary, no matter who is starting back there.

    The coaching staff had a close look at Ezekiel Ansah at the Senior Bowl and is reportedly smitten with him. Ansah's potential makes him a candidate to be chosen No. 5 overall.

    *** OTHER 2013 NFL DRAFT POSSIBILITIES: ***

    1. TRADE for Eric Fisher or Luke Joeckel, OT - The Lions could offer their third-round pick to the Raiders.

    2. Lane Johnson, OT - Many consider Lane Johnson to be a strong option here, but he's not available.

  6. Cleveland Browns: Geno Smith, QB, West Virginia
    I did not want to mock Geno Smith in the second round of my last couple of updates, but I couldn't find a spot for him in the first round. However, growing speculation is that the Browns will take Smith in the first round. They reportedly envision him as their Donovan McNabb. Rob Chudzinski wants to run a read-option offense, and to do that, he would need a quarterback like Smith.

    This also makes sense from the front office's perspective. The Browns know they're not going to generate much fan interest with Brandon Weeden or Jason Campbell at the helm. Michael Lombardi is a proponent of finding a franchise quarterback, so if his coaches like Smith, he'll probably take him.

    *** OTHER 2013 NFL DRAFT POSSIBILITIES: ***

    1. Ezekiel Ansah or Dion Jordan, DE/OLB - More pass-rushers could be added despite the addition of Paul Kruger. Jabaal Sheard is expected to be traded.

    2. Dee Milliner, CB - If the Browns are OK with Dee Milliner's medical, they'll take him here. Otherwise, Milliner could fall a long way...

    Pick change; previously Dee Milliner, CB

  7. Arizona Cardinals: Star Lotulelei, NT, Utah
    Everyone has Lane Johnson pegged here, but most of the Cardinal reporters (Kent Somers, Paul Calvisi) are adamant that Arizona is fine with its tackle situation. This will surprise many, but Levi Brown will be back this year, while Bobbie Massie didn't allow a single sack after Week 8. Guard is a bigger need for the Cardinals, but this is way too early to draft one.

    The Cardinals believe in drafting the best player available, and that could easily be Star Lotulelei. Arizona has been linked to the Utah lineman; he would step in between Calais Campbell and Darnell Dockett, giving the team a very formidable defensive front.

    *** OTHER 2013 NFL DRAFT POSSIBILITIES: ***

    1. Ezekiel Ansah, DE/OLB - The Cardinals need pass-rushing help across from Sam Acho, so Ezekiel Ansah would definitely bolster that need. He would also be huge in helping defend the read-option offense. 2. Lane Johnson, OT - Arizona doesn't consider tackle to be a primary need, but the front office has Johnson rated very highly. It's unlikely he'll make it here, however.

    Pick change; previously Lane Johnson, OT

  8. Buffalo Bills: Ryan Nassib, QB, Syracuse
    You may have seen me hint that I was leaning toward mocking a quarterback not named Geno Smith to the Bills if you follow me on Twitter (@walterfootball). I slotted E.J. Manuel here last week, but it's becoming apparent that Buffalo is narrowing its choices down to Ryan Nassib and Matt Barkley. Both fit Doug Marrone's West Coast offense better than Manuel and Geno Smith.

    In this scenario, the Bills emulate what the Dolphins did at this very No. 8 spot last year. Miami hired Mike Sherman and then picked the college coach's quarterback, Ryan Tannehill. Buffalo would be doing the same thing with Marrone's Nassib.

    *** OTHER 2013 NFL DRAFT POSSIBILITIES: ***

    1. Matt Barkley, QB - The other West Coast option. Buddy Nix recently defended Barkley in a press conference, so the USC quarterback could be the choice.

    2. Tavon Austin, WR - Nix is likely to be too cautious to wait on a quarterback, but if he shows some courage, he could grab Tavon Austin here and move into the end of the first round for Nassib or Barkley.



  9. New York Jets: Barkevious Mingo, DE/OLB, LSU
    The Jets' target at No. 9 is sounding like it's Barkevious Mingo. Multiple sources have reported that the Jets are completely smitten with him. The LSU pass-rusher's 2012 production isn't good enough to warrant this high of a pick, but there's no questioning that the potential is there. Rex Ryan could be excited to mold that potential into something truly great. Ryan has to find an edge rusher at some point in this draft. New York has to put more pressure on the quarterback.

    *** OTHER 2013 NFL DRAFT POSSIBILITIES: ***

    1. Jarvis Jones, DE/OLB - It's sounding like the Jets will take the top pass-rusher available at No. 9.

    2. Tavon Austin, WR - Tavon Austin was the surprise pick I promised on Twitter (@walterfootball) about a month ago. I've heard there's some top-10 buzz for Austin.

  10. Tennessee Titans: Jonathan Cooper, G/C, North Carolina
    I was talking to @draftcampbell yesterday about our final mock drafts, and he made a great point to me. The Titans almost have to go offense here because the front office and coaching staff will be fired if Jake Locker and Chris Johnson don't perform well. General manager Ruston Webster needs to do everything in his power to get the most out of Locker.

    Webster has stated that he's not opposed to taking a guard with this selection. Jonathan Cooper can play both guard and center, so his versatility will help him get drafted this early. His athleticism will be key with a speedy back like Chris Johnson.

    *** OTHER 2013 NFL DRAFT POSSIBILITIES: ***

    1. Dee Milliner, CB - Believe me when I say that the Titans absolutely loved Dee Milliner early in this draft process. I'm not sure how they feel about him now, given his medical issues.

    2. D.J. Fluker, OT or Chance Warmack, G - Other offensive line options.

    Pick change; previously D.J. Fluker, OT

  11. San Diego Chargers: D.J. Fluker, OT/G, Alabama
    If you check out our 2013 NFL Draft Rumors page, you'll see that the Chargers have been linked to D.J. Fluker. If the top three tackles are off the board - as is the case here - San Diego may opt for a guard or Fluker.

    I think San Diego would go with Fluker over Chance Warmack. The latter is the better prospect, but pure guards don't get drafted as highly as people think. Fluker can play right tackle in addition to guard. Some even believe he can line up on the left side.

    *** OTHER 2013 NFL DRAFT POSSIBILITIES: ***

    1. Barkevious Mingo or Jarvis Jones, DE/OLB - San Diego may deem Barkevious Mingo (or Jarvis Jones if he checks out for them) to be the best player available. Both would make a ton of sense as a replacement for free agent Shaun Phillips.

    2. Chance Warmack or Jonathan Cooper, G - Other offensive line options.

    3. Tavon Austin, WR - I had Tavon Austin here last week. He would serve as a Darren Sproles-type weapon for Philip Rivers.

    Pick change; previously Lane Johnson, OT

  12. Miami Dolphins: Tyler Eifert, TE, Notre Dame
    Dee Milliner is available, so that may seem like the logical pick. However, two things: First, Milliner has glaring medical issues, so that could continue to drop him. And second, Miami is going to more of a zone scheme in 2013, which would make a corner selection unlikely.

    The Dolphins want to find a long-term solution at the tight end position. This might be a bit early for Tyler Eifert, but he's a clean prospect who will definitely be considered at No. 12.

    *** OTHER 2013 NFL DRAFT POSSIBILITIES: ***

    1. Jonathan Cooper, G - Cooper is a great fit for Miami's blocking scheme.

    2. Dee Milliner, CB - I considered Milliner here, but I noted the concerns above.

    Pick change; previously Jonathan Cooper, G



  13. New York Jets: Tavon Austin, WR, West Virginia
    The Jets obtained their pass-rusher at No. 9. Now they can focus on their anemic offense.

    I mocked Tavon Austin at No. 9 a long time ago. The day was March 19. Here was my reasoning:

    This is indeed the surprise pick I promised on Twitter (@walterfootball). Small receivers don't typically go in the top 10, but six years ago, Ted Ginn was chosen in this exact spot. Plus, considering the lack of talent in this class, this is a strong possibility.

    I've actually heard there's some top-10 buzz for Tavon Austin. Front-office personnel were amazed at his Pro Day, and they envision him as a Percy Harvin-type threat, without the literal and figurative headaches.

    Austin would provide New York's offense with something it doesn't have: an explosive player. Santonio Holmes is coming off an injury and won't be around much longer. Stephen Hill could be another year away from being a big factor. Dustin Keller is gone. Austin would be a big weapon for Mark Sanchez (or whoever the Jets' quarterback is) out of the slot.

    Taking Austin at No. 13 provides much more value. The Jets have shown interest in him, so perhaps they'll pull the trigger Thursday.

    *** OTHER 2013 NFL DRAFT POSSIBILITIES: ***

    1. Kenny Vaccaro, S - All the talk is about how the Jets can possibly replace Darrelle Revis, but the safety position is in much worse shape. After losing both LaRon Landry and Yeremiah Bell to free agency, New York was only able to obtain the mediocre Dawan Landry. Thus, their current starting safeties are Dawan Landry and someone named Josh Bush. That's not going to fly against Tom Brady.

    2. Chance Warmack or Jonathan Cooper, G - The Jets need to fortify the interior of their offensive line. One of the guards should be here.

  14. Carolina Panthers: Sharrif Floyd, DT, Florida
    If there's one thing I hate about this edition of my 2013 NFL Mock Draft, it's that Sharrif Floyd has fallen all the way to No. 14. Floyd will be Oakland's pick if the two tackles are gone or if the Raiders find some way to trade down. However, if Oakland stays at No. 3 and takes either Luke Joeckel or Eric Fisher, Floyd could fall to this spot because there is no other logical spot for him. Perhaps some team will trade up for him, but projecting that would be too complicated.

    Floyd is an obvious fit in Carolina. The defensive tackle position is in shambles. He would offer a tremendous upgrade.

    *** OTHER 2013 NFL DRAFT POSSIBILITIES: ***

    1. Kenny Vaccaro, S - The Panthers also have a huge hole at safety. Kenny Vaccaro would help defend against Matt Ryan and Drew Brees.

    2. Dee Milliner, CB - I considered Dee Milliner here, but Sharrif Floyd was the better player.

    3. Tavon Austin, WR - I'm told Tavon Austin is definitely in play at this spot, but he's been long gone in this mock.

    Pick change; previously Kenny Vaccaro, S

  15. New Orleans Saints: Kenny Vaccaro, S, Texas
    The Saints have problems at safety. Malcolm Jenkins has been a huge disappointment, while Roman Harper is not the player he once was. Kenny Vaccaro would offer a huge upgrade at safety, and he would help New Orleans beat Matt Ryan twice per year.

    This is another area where I considered Dee Milliner, but once again, I have a feeling the medical will scare some teams off. Medical concerns are the No. 1 issue that sink players on Draft Day. Milliner, along with Jarvis Jones, both have those glaring red flags attached to them.

    *** OTHER 2013 NFL DRAFT POSSIBILITIES: ***

    1. Dee Milliner or Xavier Rhodes, CB - The Saints made a nice signing with Pittsburgh's Keenan Lewis, but they still showed interest in upgrading the other cornerback position when they brought in Nnamdi Asomugha and Tracy Porter.

    2. Barkevious Mingo or Jarvis Jones, DE/OLB - Pass-rushing option for the Saints' new 3-4.

    3. Sheldon Richardson, DE/DT - Sheldon Richardson would be a massive upgrade over Will Smith at defensive end. Smith is a poor fit in the Saints' new 3-4 scheme.

  16. St. Louis Rams: Alec Ogletree, LB, Georgia
    James Laurinaitis and JoLonn Dunbar played pretty well this past season, but no one the team tried at strongside linebacker did very well. Alec Ogletree makes sense as one of the top prospects available.

    Ogletree was recently arrested for a DUI. He's also had some other off-the-field issues. However, this won't deter the Rams, who have taken chances on character guys in this regime. It's worked out so far. I recently had Ogletree at No. 22, but St. Louis may have to take him here because he'll be considered by the Bengals, Bears, Giants and Steelers.

    *** OTHER 2013 NFL DRAFT POSSIBILITIES: ***

    1. Kenny Vaccaro, S - The Rams are desperate for safety help, as they have Rodney McLeon and Darian Stewart starting there now.

    2. DeAndre Hopkins, WR - St. Louis likes DeAndre Hopkins a lot; the team met with the Clemson wideout twice - something it did with Brian Quick last year.


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Matt 02-27-2013 06:23 am xxx.xxx.xxx8.89 (total posts: 3)
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PS. Quinton Patton is not going to fall to 79.... More like 39, but you're only 40 picks off! :)
LORD FOOTBALL 02-27-2013 06:01 am xxx.xxx.xxx.234 (total posts: 3)
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assuming the steelers pick the 4 guys you suggest it would be an upper deck home run
I don't see jones dropping to 17 but if he does terrific
picking warford in the 2nd allows decastro to move to LG where he belongs and then patton and ellington add explosive elements to the offense that is a huge need - from yer lips to kevin colberts ears
Matt 02-27-2013 05:59 am xxx.xxx.xxx8.89 (total posts: 3)
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Seriously? You have the Browns selecting Ansah.
1) If you had an idea of what you were speaking of, Ansah is not a fit for the Joker. After watching his every snap, Ansah is going to be best served as a 5 Tech End on the Left Side in a 34 base. For a comparison, think Trevor Pryce in Baltimore. Also, he looks the part of a rush end in Detroit's Wide 9. He is not a 34 Joker!

Next, did you really say he looks the part because Mike Lombardi came from the BB/BP School? Ummmm.... Mike Lombardi is not the damn DC, Ray Horton is. Horton likes smaller LB's for his system & guys that are versatile to play in both 43 & 34 base schemes. Jordan is a perfect fit. Cornelius Washington is a perfect fit. Tank Carradine is a perfect fit. Jarvis might be, but I want to see his Pro Day & how much explosion he has off the edge. I have a bad feeling he may be disappointing in his 40 time which won't be good for his stock or for any team looking at him as a Joker.

Had you done more work you would have known in advance *Way before the combine* that Damontre Moore was not a 34 Joker either. Did he play it & put up stats? Sure, but he is stiff as a board & has no natural bend. Pro Tackles will eat him up. He needs to play the Wide 9 or the base 43 & play on the left side, not against LT's!

As much as I appreciate the work you do in getting out an early list of prospects, your insight is far from insightful & more than anything.... It is wrong!
J Falk 02-27-2013 05:55 am xxx.xxx.xxx.171 (total posts: 1)
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What the hell? The Titans pass on Matt Elam, Eric Reid and David Amerson for Darius Slay?

Dumb
Cheesehead 02-27-2013 05:47 am xxx.xxx.xxx.249 (total posts: 1)
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The Packers best and deepest position is in the passing game, even with a Jennings and Finley departure, and yet you have them spending their first two picks on it? Not going to happen. Of course, much of this depends on free agency, where the Packers are getting linked to literally every DL free agent, they are most likely addressing their lines with their first and/or second round picks. Vance McDonald is more of a realistic option at TE in the later rounds if Finley leaves, and while I do like Michael at RB, I also wouldn't mind them taking a flyer on Knile Davis (watch his tape when he's healthy) or Marcus Lattimore. If we do end up going receiver, Patton or Bailey in round 2/3 would be great options.
Lex 02-27-2013 05:26 am xxx.xxx.xxx9.80 (total posts: 4)
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The Redskins secondary was horrible in 2012. David Amerson can play safety or CB. He makes the most sense in Rd 2, he can fill either void and wont allow Victor Cruz to get behind him with his 4.4 speed!
Y.M, 02-27-2013 03:17 am xxx.xxx.xxx.246 (total posts: 6)
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1. Kansas City Chiefs- OT Luke Joeckel, Texas A&M
2. Jacksonville Jaguars- DE Dion Jordan, Oregon
3. Oakland Raiders- DT Sharrif Floyd, Florida
4. Philadelphia Eagles- OT Eric Fisher, Central Michigan
5. Detroit Lions- CB Dee Milliner, Alabama
6. Cleveland Browns- DE Ezekial Ansah, BYU
7. Arizona Cardinals- OT Lane Johnson, Oklahoma
8. Buffalo Bills- QB Geno Smith, West Virginia
9. New York Jets- DE Barkevious Mingo, LSU
10. Tennessee Titans- DT Sheldon Richardson, MIssouri
11. San Diego- G Chance Warmack, Alabama
12. Miami- WR Cordarrelle Patterson, Tennessee
13. Tampa Bay- CB Xavier Rhodes, Florida State
14. Carolina Panthers- S Kenny Vaccaro, Texas
15. New Orleans Saints- LB Jarvis Jones, Georgia
16. St. Louis Rams- G Jonathan Cooper, North Carolina
17. Pittsburgh Steelers- TE Tyler Eifert, Notre Dame
18. Dallas Cowboys- DE Bjoern Werner, Florida State
19. New York Giants- DT Star Lotulelei, Utah
20. Chicago Bears- CB Desmond Trufant, Washington
21. Cincinnati Bengals- ILB Alec Ogletree, Georgia
22. St. Louis Rams- WR Tavon Austin, West Virginia
23. Minnesota Vikings- WR Keenan Allen, California
24. Indianapolis Colts- OT D.J. Fluker, Alabama
25. Seattle Seahawks- DE Datone Jones, UCLA
26. Green Bay Packers- NT Johnathan Hankins, Ohio State
27. Houston Texans- LB Kevin Minter, LSU
28. Denver Broncos- DT Sylvester Williams, North Carolina
29. New England Patriots- DE Margus Hunt, SMU
30. Atlanta Falcons- DE Damontre Moore, Texas A&M
31. San Francisco 49ers- WR DeAndre Hopkins, Clemson
32. Baltimore Ravens- LB Arthur Brown, Kansas State

33. Jaguars- CB Johnthan Banks, Mississippi State
34. Chiefs- WR Justin Hunter, Tennessee
35. Eagles- DT Jesse Williams, Alabama
36. Lions- WR Terrance Williams, Baylor
37. Bengals- S Matt Elam, Florida
38. Cardinals- QB Matt Barkley, USC
39. Jets- RB Eddie Lacy, Alabama
40. Titans- OG Larry Warford, Tennessee
41. Bills- WR Robert Woods, USC
42. Dolphins- OT Kyle Long, Oregon
43. Bucs- DT Kawann Short, Purdue
44. Panthers- OT Menelik Watson, Florida State
45. Chargers- CB Jordan Poyer, Oregon State
46. Rams- OLB Jamie Collins, Southern Mississippi State
47. Cowboys- FS Eric Reid, LSU
48. Steelers- RB Knile Davis, Arkansas
49. Giants- G Barrett Jones, Alabama
50. Bears- OT Terron Armstead, Arkansas-Pine Bluff
51. Redskins- CB Darius Slay, Mississippi State
52. Vikings- LB Manti Te'o, Notre Dame
53. Bengals- DE Alex Okafor, Texas
54. Dolphins- TE Zach Ertz, Stanford
55. Packers- RB Giovani Bernard, North Carolina
56. Seahawks- LB Khaseem Greene, Rutgers
57. Texans- WR Quinton Patton, Lousiana Tech.
58. Broncos- CB David Amerson, North Carolina State
59. Patriots- WR Markus Wheaton, Oregon State
60. Falcons- OT Dallas Thomas, Tennessee
61. 49ers- S Jonathan Cyprien, Florida International
62. Ravens- DT Brandon Williams, Misouri-Southern

63. Chiefs- QB Tyler Wilson, Arkansas
64. Jaguars- QB Ryan Nassib, Syracuse
65. Lions- DE Sam Montgomery, LSU
66. Raiders- CB Will Davis, Utah State
67. Eagles- QB E.J. Manuel, Florida State
68. Browns- QB Mike Glennon, N.C. State
69. Cardinals- DE Tank Carradine, Florida State
70. Titans- WR Da'Rick Rogers, Tennessee Tech.
71. Bills- OLB Sio Moore, Connecticut
72. Jets- SS D.J. Swearinger, South Carolina
73. Bucs- TE Gavin Escobar, San Diego State
74. 49ers- DT John Jenkins, Georgia
75. Saints- CB Robert Alford, Southeastern Louisiana
76. Chargers- DE Corey Lemonier, Auburn
77. Dolphins- CB Blidi Wreh-Wilson, Connecticut
78. Rams- S T.J. McDonald, USC
79. Steelers- OLB Trevardo Williams, Connecticut
80. Cowboys- C/G Travis Frederick, Wisconsin
81. Giants- CB Jamar Taylor, Boise State
82. Dolphins- WR Stedman Bailey, West Virginia
83. Vikings- CB Logan Ryan, Rutgers
84. Bengals- RB Andre Ellington, Clemson
85. Redskins- FS Phillip Thomas, Fresno State
86. Colts- G Justin Pugh, Syracuse
87. Seahawks- TE Jordan Reed, Florida
88. Packers- C Brian Schwenke, California
89. Texans- LB Kiko Alonso, Oregon
90. Broncos- ILB Jonathan Bostic, Florida
91. Patriots- CB Tryann Mathieu, LSU
92. Falcons- RB Montee Ball, Wisconsin
93. 49ers- C David Bakhtiari, Colorado
94. Ravens- DE Cornelius Washington, Georgia
MD 02-27-2013 03:02 am xxx.xxx.xxx.244 (total posts: 11)
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No disrespect Matt about their being no franchise q.b in this draft LOL
MD 02-27-2013 02:57 am xxx.xxx.xxx.244 (total posts: 11)
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The Bills are not drafting a Q.B with their top pick.Just to show you how clueless Buddy Nix is to make a statement that they are going to draft a franchise Q.B when their probably isnt a Franchise Q.B in this whole draft class.I see them taking Tenn. W.R-PATTERSON or Jarvis jones if hes still there.
Matt Barkley 02-27-2013 02:53 am xxx.xxx.xxx0.71 (total posts: 4)
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Walter, disagree all you want but I will be a first round selection. Supply and demand is a basic economic principle that you should be familiar with, and it's because of that that I won't escape the first round. I'm not saying I have the strongest arm, or had a great senior season, but I measured in at 6'3, am a great leader, and I had an outstanding career. The USC qb theory is a cop out, considering the other first round QB's (Sanchez, Leinart) played under a completely different regime and staff than I did. The only similarities between us are our jersey's. When it's all said and done I'll be chosen in the first round because it's a quarterback driven league and I have some talent. Economic principle states that when demand increases and supply remains constant or decreases, the price goes up. The price is a first round pick, Walter. The question is, who's gonna pay it.
Lions fan 02-27-2013 02:02 am xxx.xxx.xxx.148 (total posts: 1)
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There's no way the Lions will pick Dee Milliner at #5. They have to fix too many holes for that to happen. Also, he did run a fast 40 but he looked really stiff during the drills. Furthermore, you forget that the Lions drafted 3 cornerbacks last draft and two of those guys did pretty well. Would you believe me if I said the Lions ranked higher against the pass than half of the NFL teams?

The more logical pick is either Eric Fisher or Bjoern Werner, those two impressed at the combine. There's even talk that Fisher is a better prospect than Joeckel. With Jeff Backus retiring soon and Avril unlikely to come back, I honestly cannot picture the Lions passing on either player if they're available.
49ers mock 02-27-2013 01:14 am xxx.xxx.xxx5.20 (total posts: 2)
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Rd1 Matt Elam S (Whitner clone)
Rd2 John Jenkins DT ( a must for depth)
Rd3 Tyrann Mathieu DB ( Ball hawk & returner to fill release of Ginn
Rd3 Quinton Patten WR (size and redzone threat they are seeking)
Rd4 (from KC for Alex. Yes, it will happen!) DE William Gholston
Rd5 Chris Gregg TE (4.5 Speed replaces Delanie)
Rd5 Cornelius Washington LB (combine stud)
Rd6 Dustin Hopkins K ( no brainer)
Rd6 Omoregi Uzzi G/C
Rd7 Marcus Davis WR
Rd7 Ray Ray Armstrong S
L234 02-27-2013 01:11 am xxx.xxx.xxx.132 (total posts: 1)
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Lions will take Matt Elam over Arthur Brown
james 02-27-2013 01:05 am xxx.xxx.xxx.214 (total posts: 1)
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its unbelievable how you keep drafting def/off lineman for miami ................when the jets clearly need pass rush linebackers and off line not to mention the jets have santonio holmes,braylon edwards, stephen hill, chaz chillens and jeremy kerly and you draft them a WR in the 1st RD .......and miami has devon bess and rishard mathews and get a d-linman when they have a line of vernon, odrick, wake and solia............another thing miami wont draft a boise state corner cause they are just off man zone corners an miami plays man almost 100% of the time.........C'MON MAN
Not so sure 02-27-2013 01:01 am xxx.xxx.xxx9.60 (total posts: 1)
3     4

That the Cowboys go with absolutley no interior o-line help at all in the first three rounds. Thats the worst part of the team by far!





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My 2003 Mock Draft (UPDATED 4/24): Round 1 / Round 2/ Round 3
2003 NFL Draft Grades (Re-graded 6/8/08)
My 2004 Mock Draft (UPDATED 4/24): Round 1 / Round 2/ Round 3
2004 NFL Draft Prospects/ 2004 NFL Draft Grades (Re-graded 6/6/08)
My 2005 Mock Draft (UPDATED 4/23): Round 1 / Round 2/ Round 3
2005 NFL Draft Prospects
2005 NFL Draft Grades (Re-graded 6/4/08)
My 2006 Mock Draft (UPDATED 4/28): Round 1 / Round 2/ Round 3
2006 NFL Draft Prospects (UPDATED 4/28)
2006 NFL Draft Grades (Re-graded on 7/3)
My 2007 Mock Draft (UPDATED 4/28): Round 1 / Round 2/ Round 3/ Round 4/ Round 5/ Round 6/ Round 7
Other 2007 Mock Drafts:April Fools
2007 NFL Draft Prospects (UPDATED 4/24)/Kenny Ortiz's Top 40 Prospects
2007 NFL Combine and Pro Day Results
2007 NFL Draft Grades
2008 Mock Draft (UPDATED 4/26): Round 1 / Round 2/ Round 3/Round 4/Round 5/Round 6/Round 7
Alternative 2008 Mock Draft (UPDATED 4/7): Round 1 /Round 2
2008 NFL Re-Draft - Round 3 (UPDATED 4/27)
2008 NFL Draft Prospects (UPDATED 8/5)
Other 2008 Mock Drafts: Matt McGuire (4/25)/ Craig Smith (4/22)/ Emmitt Smith (4/21)/ Matt McGuire Shocker (4/21)/ Matt McGuire Backwards (4/19)/ Forum Mock (4/15)/ April Fools (4/1)
2009 Mock Draft (UPDATED 4/25): Round 1 /Round 2 /Round 3 /Round 4 /Round 5 /Round 6 /Round 7
Other 2009 Mock Drafts: Re-Draft (4/26) /Matt McGuire (4/25) /Reader Mock (4/25) /Hunter Ansley (4/24) /Backward Mock (4/19) /Emmitt Smith (4/16) /Celebrity Mock (4/9) /April Fools (4/1) /Experts (3/30) /KFFL (3/14)
2010 NFL Mock Draft (UPDATED 4/22): Round 1 /Picks 17-32 /Round 2 /Round 3 /Round 4 /Round 5 /Round 6 /Round 7
2010 NFL Mock Re-Draft Day 3 (4/24): Round 4 (Walt's) / Round 4 (Matt's)
2010 NFL Mock Re-Draft Day 2 (4/23): Round 2 (Walt's) / Round 3 (Walt's) / Round 2 (Matt's) / Round 3 (Matt's)
Other 2010 Mock Drafts: Matt McGuire (4/22) /Backward Mock (4/20) /Emmitt Mock (4/17) /Celebrity Mock (4/8) /Experts (3/17) /Reader (4/13) /Consensus (2/25)
2011 NFL Mock Draft (UPDATED 4/28): Round 1 /Picks 17-32 /Round 2 /Round 3 /Round 4 /Round 5 /Round 6 /Round 7
2011 NFL Mock Re-Draft (UPDATED 4/30): Round 4 /Round 5 /Round 2 /Round 3
Other 2011 Mock Drafts: Free Agency (5/9) /Greg Cox (4/28) /Backward Mock (4/22) /Emmitt Mock (4/21) /Team Big Boards (4/21) /Celebrity Mock (4/13) /Experts (4/7) /Not Mock (4/6) /April Fools Mock (4/1) /Greg Cox's 2012 Mock (2/22) /Matt McGuire (1/8)
2012 NFL Mock Draft (UPDATED 4/26): Round 1 /Picks 17-32 /Round 2 /Round 3 /Round 4 /Round 5 /Round 6 /Round 7
2012 NFL Mock Re-Draft (UPDATED 4/28): Walt Round 4 /Walt Round 5 /Charlie Round 4 /Charlie Round 5 /Walt Round 2 /Walt Round 3 /Charlie Round 2 /Charlie Round 3
Other 2012 Mock Drafts: Charlie Campbell (4/26) /Pick History (4/23) /Emmitt Mock (4/19) /Not Mock (4/19) /Backward Mock (4/17) /Celebrity (4/15) /Goals (4/10) /April Fools Mock (4/1) /Reader Mock (4/1) /Free Agent Mock (3/6) /Greg Cox (9/9)
2013 NFL Mock Draft (UPDATED 4/25): Round 1 /Picks 17-32 /Round 2 /Round 3 /Round 4 /Round 5 /Round 6 /Round 7
2013 NFL Mock Re-Draft (UPDATED 4/27): Walt Round 4 /Walt Round 5 /Charlie Round 4 /Charlie Round 5 /Walt Round 2 /Walt Round 3 /Charlie Round 2 /Charlie Round 3
Other 2013 Mock Drafts: Charlie Campbell (4/25) /GM Mock (4/21) /Charlie's Trade Mock (4/20) /Goals (4/19) /Rapid Reader Mock (4/18) /Emmitt Mock (4/14) /Not Mock (4/13) /Pick History (4/5) /Backward Mock (4/4) /April Fools Mock (4/1) /Reader Mock /Free Agent Mock (3/7) /Archived 2013 NFL Mock Drafts
2014 NFL Mock Draft (UPDATE 5/8): Round 1 /Picks 17-32 /Round 2 /Round 3 /Round 4 /Round 5 /Round 6 /Round 7
2014 NFL Mock Re-Draft (UPDATED 5/10): Walt Round 4 /Walt Round 5 /Charlie Round 4 /Charlie Round 5 /Walt Round 2 /Walt Round 3 /Charlie Round 2 /Charlie Round 3
Other 2014 Mock Drafts: Charlie Campbell (5/8) /Goals (5/3) /Not Mock (4/27) /Emmitt Mock (4/20) /Trades Mock (4/13) /Celebrity Mock (4/11) /Backward Mock (4/4) /April Fools Mock (4/1) /Reader Mock /Free Agent Mock (3/6) /Overreaction Mock (12/30)
2015 NFL Mock Draft (UPDATED 7/23): Round 1 /Picks 17-32 /Round 2
Other 2015 Mock Drafts: Charlie Campbell (7/21)
2008 NFL Draft Re-Mock / 2007 NFL Draft Re-Mock / 2006 NFL Draft Re-Mock / 2005 NFL Draft Re-Mock / 2004 NFL Draft Re-Mock / 2003 NFL Draft Re-Mock / 2002 NFL Draft Re-Mock
2016 NFL Mock Draft (UPDATED 7/24): Round 1 /Picks 17-32



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