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2013 NFL Mock Draft: Round 1 - Picks 17-32

Last update: Thursday, April 25, 2013, 2:40 p.m. Still could be updates before 6 p.m.
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  1. Pittsburgh Steelers: Jarvis Jones, DE/OLB, Georgia
    As in my pre-Combine mock draft, Jarvis Jones drops to No. 17 overall. I had Jones going No. 2 overall back in January, but check out Charlie's rumor mill entry on why Jones is expected to slide. On top of that, at least a dozen teams have red flags on Jones because of his spinal issue. His poor 40 didn't help matters. Some may want to reference Terrell Suggs' slow 40, but Suggs was 15 pounds heavier than Jones coming out of college.

    I believe dumb groupthink will cause Jones to fall on Draft Day. General managers will be petrified of his medical. But, as smart teams like the Steelers, Giants, Ravens, etc. often do, they'll snatch up a plummeting draft prospect and laugh at all of the dumb organizations constantly picking in the top 10 as they field yet another Pro Bowler.

    Jones isn't just the best player available; he fills a big need as well. James Harrison is gone, so the Steelers may spend an early pick on a rush linebacker. Pittsburgh usually doesn't like taking scheme conversion guys in the first round, but I've been told by a reliable source that Jones and Dion Jordan are the two exceptions.

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

    1. Cordarrelle Patterson, WR - I have Cordarrelle Patterson falling to the second round in this mock draft, but the Steelers could take him as high as No. 17 because they like him a lot.

    2. Kenny Vaccaro, S - The Steelers have stated that they want to get younger at safety.

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  2. Dallas Cowboys: Chance Warmack, G, Alabama
    The interior of Dallas' offensive line is an abomination. The front office actually found two downgrades at guard last offseason, while center Phil Costa is a sieve. The Cowboys have to find some help for Tony Romo.

    The Cowboys absolutely love both Jonathan Cooper and Kenny Vaccaro. Jerry Jones has shown that he's not afraid to move up for a prospect he really likes when he obtained Morris Claiborne last year. He may climb up for either Cooper or Vaccaro. If he can't, however, the "other" guard is definitely not a bad consolation prize.

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

    1. Sheldon Richardson, DT - It was very close between Sheldon Richardson and Chance Warmack in this mock draft.

    2. Sylvester Williams, DT - Another defensive tackle option.

  3. New York Giants: Dee Milliner, CB, Alabama
    Boom. Dee Milliner falls all the way to 19. There are so many medical concerns with him that teams could be too scared to take him. Plus, he's not an elite cornerback in the slightest. He's not Patrick Peterson or even Morris Claiborne.

    The Giants have a very smart front office. Like the Steelers, Packers and Ravens, they catch falling prospects. A player or two mocked near No. 10 overall will fall on Draft Day because that's what always happens. These intelligent teams will snag that dropping prospect unless there's something really wrong with him.

    Milliner, as discussed, could be that player. The Giants drafted another falling corner, Prince Amukamara, a couple of years ago. It would be pretty amazing if that happened again at the same draft spot.

    Plus, cornerback is a big need. The Giants re-signed Aaron Ross, but they could still stand to use an early pick on a cornerback after how poorly Corey Webster played last year.

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

    1. Tank Carradine or Bjoern Werner, DE - It shouldn't surprise anyone if the Giants take one of the Florida State defensive ends.

    2. Sheldon Richardson, DT - Cullen Jenkins and Mike Patterson were signed, but neither is a long-term solution inside.

    Pick change; previously Xavier Rhodes, CB

  4. Chicago Bears: Desmond Trufant, CB, Washington
    We've been told that the Bears like Desmond Trufant at No. 20, as you can see in the 2013 NFL Draft Rumors section. They're currently fine at cornerback, but virtually all of their players at that position have expiring contracts. This pick is similar to what Chicago did last year with Shea McClellin.

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

    1. Tyler Eifert, TE - I've had Tyler Eifert here for a while, but I have him going off the board way earlier.

    2. Sylvester Williams, DT - The Bears are very thin at defensive tackle.

    Pick change; previously Tyler Eifert, TE



  5. Cincinnati Bengals: Eric Reid, S, LSU
    The Bengals had a big need at safety last spring, but they didn't address the position until the fifth round of the 2012 NFL Draft. They'll put more effort into finding an upgrade the following offseason because they won't survive with Reggie Nelson and the benched Taylor Mays (or cornerback Nate Clements, an impending free agent who was playing out of position) as their starters.

    Cincinnati really wants Kenny Vaccaro, but he's long gone. The team will happily settle for Eric Reid, whom it really likes.

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

    1. Kenny Vaccaro, S - As mentioned, Vaccaro is Cincinnati's top choice.

    2. Eddie Lacy, RB - We were told that the Bengals are "all in" on Eddie Lacy, but is that at 21 or 37?

  6. St. Louis Rams: DeAndre Hopkins, WR, Clemson
    The Rams lost Danny Amendola to the Patriots, so they're in desperate need for receiver help. They can't go into the 2013 season with Chris Givens and Brian Quick being Sam Bradford's top options at wideout.

    DeAndre Hopkins, who had a great workout for the Rams recently, was identified as a potential suspect in the Combine hotel room trashing incident. Even if he was guilty of this, St. Louis won't care, as it will once again ignore any character flaws.

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

    1. Safety - A number of safety options are in play here if DeAndre Hopkins is off the board.

    2. TRADE - The Rams are said to want to move back. They'll be desperate to do so if Hopkins is taken.

  7. Minnesota Vikings: Sylvester Williams, DT, North Carolina
    The Vikings can address one of their biggest needs with one of the top players available. Defensive tackle is a huge issue right now; Kevin Williams will turn 33 in August, and there's no one of note playing next to him. Letroy Guion is a decent rotational guy but should not be a starter. Sylvester Williams can play both interior positions and bring back the Williams Wall.

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

    1. Xavier Rhodes, CB - Speculation is that the Vikings want a big cornerback, but their scheme allows them to address the position later in the draft.

    2. DeAndre Hopkins or Cordarrelle Patterson, WR - The Vikings could definitely take a receiver with one of their two first-rounders.

  8. Indianapolis Colts: Xavier Rhodes, CB, Florida State
    The Colts signed Greg Toler to this offseason, but they could still look to upgrade the cornerback position, especially if a highly regarded prospect like Xavier Rhodes falls to them at No. 24. If the Texans add another receiver, Indianapolis will need a strong second corner to combat that wideout.

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

    1. Tank Carradine, DE/OLB - The Colts need a pass-rusher across from Robert Mathis.

    2. Datone Jones, DE/DT - I've mocked Datone Jones here for a while. Indianapolis doesn't have anyone who can get to the quarterback up front.

    Pick change; previously Datone Jones, DE/DT



  9. Minnesota Vikings: Manti Te'o, LB, Notre Dame
    I've consistently mocked Manti Te'o in the second round. Teams won't take him because he's a Tebow-like distraction. A personnel man who works for a team drafting in the 20-32 range told us that his franchise will be passing on Te'o even though inside linebacker is a big need. However, the Vikings don't seem bothered by Te'o, as they've shown way more interest in him than any other team. Perhaps this is because they have half-a-dozen Notre Dame players on their roster. Te'o would be welcome in their locker room.

    Everyone knows Te'o's story by now. He had a miserable Combine. He ran a 4.82 40 and later blamed it on fatigue (as if the other players weren't tired). He looked stiff in the drills. Worst of all, he drew that ridiculous press conference. Te'o handled himself well in front of the media, but the press conference itself was the major problem. No team wants to deal with the media circus that will come with acquiring Te'o - except for the Vikings, apparently.

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

    Listed above at No. 23.

    Pick change; previously Datone Jones, DE/DT

  10. Green Bay Packers: Datone Jones, DE/DT, UCLA
    The Packers don't have a consistent pass-rusher on their defensive line. Ryan Pickett, who will be 34 in October, is just a run-stuffer. The same can be said about Jerel Worthy and C.J. Wilson. Mike Neal is good in situations, but he's not a starting-caliber player.

    Datone Jones would offer a different element to Green Bay's defensive line. He'd be a big upgrade over Wilson at right defensive end.

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

    1. DeAndre Hopkins, WR - I've slotted DeAndre Hopkins here for a while. The Packers need a receiver with Greg Jennings gone.

    2. Sylvester Williams, DE/DT - Another defensive end option.

    Pick change; previously Datone Jones, DE/DT

    Pick change; previously Cordarrelle Patterson, WR

  11. Houston Texans: Justin Hunter, WR, Tennessee
    The Texans have needed a No. 2 receiver for years, but now that Andre Johnson is into his 30s, it won't be long before they have to secure a new No. 1 wideout for Matt Schaub.

    As Charlie first reported on March 6, Justin Hunter is receiving tons of first-round interest.

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

    1. DeAndre Hopkins, WR - The Texans are big fans of DeAndre Hopkins, but he's not likely to be available.

    2. Robert Woods, WR - Tony Pauline discussed Robert Woods as an option at No. 27. He could go here, but only if Hopkins and Hunter are gone.

    Pick change; previously Datone Jones, DE/DT

  12. Denver Broncos: Tank Carradine, DE, Florida State
    Elvis Dumervil defected for Baltimore in the wake of Faxgate, so the Broncos will have to find a potent pass-rusher to complement Von Miller.

    Tank Carradine is generating a ton of buzz and could find himself going much earlier than this on Thursday. Carradine tore his ACL in November, but his recovery is reportedly going much faster than anticipated. He ran well at his Pro Day, so I could see him going as early as No. 19.

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

    1. Bjoern Werner, DE - The other Florida State defensive end is a strong possibility here.

    2. Sylvester Williams, DT - The Broncos have to bolster the interior of their defensive line as well.

    Pick change; previously Datone Jones, DE/DT



  13. New England Patriots: Jamar Taylor, CB, Boise State
    Aqib Talib re-signed and Adrian Wilson was added, but neither might be around come 2014; Talib inked a 1-year deal, while Wilson will be 34 in October. The Patriots are always looking for secondary depth, and they've shown tons of interest in Jamar Taylor throughout this pre-draft process.

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

    1. Bjoern Werner, DE - Bjoern Werner has the size Bill Belichick likes out of his defensive linemen, and he would fill a need.

    2. Blidi Wreh-Wilson, CB - This would be too early for Blidi Wreh-Wilson, but the Patriots really like him.

  14. Atlanta Falcons: D.J. Hayden, CB, Houston
    The Falcons are really hurting in two areas: defensive end and cornerback. The latter is a huge issue with Dunta Robinson and Brent Grimes both gone.

    There's some talk that the Falcons will move up for a corner. D.J. Hayden is said to be one of the targets.

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

    1. Desmond Trufant, CB - I've had Desmond Trufant here for a long time. He's the obvious option if the Falcons remain at No. 30.

    2. TRADE - Atlanta is probably moving up, however. Options in that scenario include Xavier Rhodes and Sheldon Richardson.

    Pick change; previously Desmond Trufant, CB

  15. San Francisco 49ers: Sheldon Richardson, DT, Missouri
    There is no way Sheldon Richardson will make it to No. 31, so the 49ers will have to pull off a trade. I'm not going to completely project it here because that would make things so much more confusing than they already are, but I will mock Richardson here with the thought that san Francisco can move up to the 13-15 range.

    The 49ers' defense looked lost defensively when Justin Smith got hurt last year. Unfortunately for San Francisco, Smith will be 34 several months following the 2013 NFL Draft, and he'll also be entering his walk year. Injury insurance and an eventual replacement are needed.

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

    1. Jonathan Cyprien, CB - I've mocked Jonathan Cyprien to this spot for a very long time, but it sounds like the 49ers want to move up.

    2. TRADE - Like the Falcons, San Francisco is expected to trade out of this selection. Other options include Kenny Vaccaro and Tavon Austin.

    Pick change; previously Jonathan Cyprien, S

  16. Baltimore Ravens: Matt Elam, S, Florida
    Daniel Jeremiah, who used to work for the Ravens, pointed out that Ozzie Newsome wants to draft "sure things" in the first round. As Jeremiah described it, Newsome likes to hit doubles. He mentioned Matt Elam as a strong possibility. Baltimore has been linked to Elam prior to this, and for good reason. Ed Reed signed with the Texans. Michael Huff came in to replace him, but the Ravens still have one more hole at safety because of the Bernard Pollard release.

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

    1. Keenan Allen, WR - A replacement for Anquan Boldin.

    2. Eric Reid, S - Another safety option.

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jack c. 04-02-2013 11:20 pm xxx.xxx.xxx.170 (total posts: 1)
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just wondering, but what is ur fascination about having the saints skip over jarvis jones every time for Mingo? Simply not gonna happen
Perfect World 04-02-2013 11:13 pm xxx.xxx.xxx0.34 (total posts: 2)
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Hold the f*ck up Nick! Your basing your hack comment on commenters? The same ones I see posting things such as cut Brady, trade Newton?!? Oh wait I forgot our home team biased opinion is always correct. I know every year my Bears draft exactly who I think they should. I think every Eagles fan that booed the McNabb pick was pulling an April Fools joke, they never liked Ricky Williams. Wats your site I would love to read it.
Thanks for the weekly updates Walter. It gives me something to look forward to during this never ending wait till the draft.
Capt Blood 04-02-2013 11:08 pm xxx.xxx.xxx1.64 (total posts: 3)
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It still seems to me that the Redskins, who need cornerbacks long-term and safety help immediately would go with David Amerson (NC State CB) at #51. He's available here at #51, and is number #53 on Charlie's Big Board. This would free them to follow their board and not make all the reaches you've selected for them in later rounds. This assumes that all high-rated DBs than Amerson have been selected by #51, which seems to be the case in this mock draft.
If Aboushi (OT from Virginia) is still there in round 5, I think the Redskins will take him. I've seen him play. He would likely be their swing tackle.
Lorenzo Alexander didn't just play rush linebacker. He was also an insider linebacker, defensive tackle and offensive lineman. The Redskins don't need to replace Alexander any more than they need to draft at those other positions. Which is to say that at #162 they will follow their Board. Remember Kirk Cousins?
PackAttack 04-02-2013 10:56 pm xxx.xxx.xxx.175 (total posts: 1)
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I want to bet that the Packers will not be selecting a tight end, RB, or WR with their 26th pick. It's almost infuriating how much this site puts Eifert in as the first pick for the Packers, given that it shows that they have no knowledge of the team at all.

Thompson will not be drafting Eifert with the 26th pick. It not only doesn't mesh with his drafting philosophy, but is also not even close to being a team need at this point. The pick has to be D or if they love M. Watson or Pugh, maybe one of those guys. But even O-line would be a stretch given that we have drafted O-line two of the last three years with our first pick.
Mike 04-02-2013 10:44 pm xxx.xxx.xxx.197 (total posts: 2)
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The Steelers have a bigger need for a CB, OLB or DE, RB and safety since the departures of Mundy, Harrison, Mendenhall, aging Kiesel, injury proned Polamalu and maybe even another Nose Tackle since the great HAMBINO Casey Hampton is getting to old and really is not worth the money to be holding up the roster. We don't need another Tight End Running Backs we should be fine in and put a full back.
Please Stop 04-02-2013 10:23 pm xxx.xxx.xxx65.6 (total posts: 2)
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with the Lions and the CBs! They drafted 3 last year and have Bartell and Houston. They need OL and DL way more than anything. Stafford and Johnson is where their money is and if Matthew is on his rear end its money wasted.
Nick 04-02-2013 10:17 pm xxx.xxx.xxx.130 (total posts: 3)
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Here we go again with yet another terrible mock for my eagles. Yes round one will be either a tackle or a D lineman followed by the opposite choice in rd2. No QB will be drafted for the birds till about round 4 if at all. Then you mock a WR in the third im sorry but Walt you don't know ish!! You have the worst mock site out there right now. Reading some of the comments from other fans of teams around the league i find that the majority of them tend to agree with me on this as well.. get a real job you hack!
+++ 04-02-2013 10:14 pm xxx.xxx.xxx8.33 (total posts: 10)
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Walt, this is by far the best draft you have put together from a 49ers perspective. The only thing that I would change is to put Amerson in there instead of DJ.
bobbyd 04-02-2013 10:00 pm xxx.xxx.xxx.186 (total posts: 1)
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You are so bad at drafting for the dolphins.
T Briggs 04-02-2013 09:58 pm xxx.xxx.xxx3.52 (total posts: 1)
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I cannot promise you too many times that the Packers will definitely NOT be taking a tight end in this draft. There is too much defensive talent that will be left on the board to address a position the Packers love finding later in the draft. They talk about needing a replacement for Finley, what about for Picket??? No talent at TE makes the offense a little less explosive, no talent at NT makes a 3-4 defense worthless. And there are many players that could fit the bill at pick 26 on the D-line. I'm amazed at how many people think the Packers would make Eifert the pick, seriously amazed!
Lionsdraft 04-02-2013 09:58 pm xxx.xxx.xxx3.23 (total posts: 2)
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Perfect scenario for the Lions is to draft Fisher. If he's gone however, I'd like to see them approach it this way:

Cleveland and Miami both seem to have a pretty big need at corner. Dangle Millner out there to Miami, and then tell Cleveland if they don't move up that Miami will jump them and take Millner. Lions could still take Ansah plus gain an additional 2nd/3rd round pick. If Cleveland doesn't bite trade down with Miami and take Johnson/Warmack, plus likely get a 2nd and 4th/5th round pick
Deof Movestofca 04-02-2013 09:06 pm xxx.xxx.xxx0.20 (total posts: 1)
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For the Dolphins: "2. Sheldon Richardson, DT - The Dolphins are reportedly looking to add a defensive tackle. They need depth, and both Randy Starks and Paul Soliai will be free agents next spring."

Even if they didn't have depth (and I would argue that they have decent-to-average depth at the position), I can't imagine them using a 1st round pick to address it (except perhaps for an elite player).
Danny 04-02-2013 09:00 pm xxx.xxx.xxx.171 (total posts: 1)
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You do realize manti teo'o ran a 4.69 at NDs proday
Come on WALTER! 04-02-2013 08:52 pm xxx.xxx.xxx.171 (total posts: 4)
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Barrett Jones and Manti Te'o WILL Be 1st round picks. You keep saying "sources" don't have Manti that hight, but he will be taken by someone. Inside Linbacker is very real need for at least 4 teams. Barrett Jones is an immediate impact player at C,G, and T if need be. Made All American at each position. How is going past the first. Come on WALTER!
GBP4EVER 04-02-2013 08:19 pm xxx.xxx.xxx.184 (total posts: 1)
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OK what is it with this site's hard on for Eifert to the Packers? The packers are bringing back Finley for this year and have bigger needs then drafting a overrated TE out of a school known for their overrated players.





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