Updated 3/25

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Round 1

1) Carolina Panthers: Cameron Newton, QB, Auburn

Draftmaven,com was the first website to mock Cam Newton first overall back in November and if you have been watching draft coverage since the season ended you would have seen Newton jump from a 2nd round pick to a 1st round pick to a top-10 pick and now even to the top overall pick in some of the top scout's eyes. I absolutely mean to toot my own horn on this one, but Newton is still a ways away from being a lock here.

Blaine Gabbert might end up as the first QB taken, but there haven't been many sources from within Carolina that have even said that they like Gabbert. The team's new coach Ron Rivera also is coming from a team that had Phillip Rivers, a guy that compared some to Newton in maturity coming out.

2) Denver Broncos: Marcell Dareus, DT, Alabama

Coach Fox loves big DT's and Dareus is a 320 monster that plays like a 290 pounder. Dareus has jumped Nick Fairley and Fairley seems to be falling some.

3) Buffalo Bills: Blaine Gabbert, QB, Missouri

Many reports are out there that have the Bills being in love with Newton. They might not get to grab him, but they might see Gabbert as a worthy quarterback here.

4) Cincinnati Bengals: AJ Green, WR, Georgia

Not for one second do I believe that Carson Palmer is gone. His retirement threats seem to feel less like a hate for Cincinnati but more a hate for the team doubting him. The team will 'stick with him' by passing on quarterbacks early in the draft while giving him a young weapon like Green. Sure the team could target another player but Green is arguably the best player in the draft and it might just keep Carson around.

5) Arizona Cardinals: Von Miller, DE/LB, Texas A&M

Von Miller is a phenomenal pass rusher but I'm not quite sold on him this high. I cannot fault a team for taking him this early though and he should be able to improve a defense that has some major holes.

6) Cleveland Browns: Patrick Peterson, CB, LSU

This is a slight shocker, but I think it could happen. Peterson is a special talent but his position might not be good enough to go 2nd overall, and the Bills, Bengals, and Cards have much bigger needs given the talent around them and the talent in the draft. The Browns on the other hand are in a tricky place because most of the elite talent is gone, and it might be a little early to take Julio Jones or Robert Quinn (I honestly think his stock will fall given the off the field issues and year off).

The Browns could take Peterson because he is the best player available (and some think in the draft), and he does fill a need given the fact that Joe Haden made the rest of the DB look very average this season. Peterson would fill in beautifully with Haden to create a nasty tandem, and one of the many average corners on the depth chart could possibly be moved to safety.

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7) San Francisco 49ers: Nick Fairley, DE/DT, Auburn

The 49ers are in a decent position in this draft. At worst the team will have to pick from Nick Fairley, Prince Amukamara, Da'Quan Bowers, or Robert Quinn.

8) Tennessee Titans: Da'Quan Bowers, DE, Clemson

Bowers might fall in the draft if a situation like this occurs. Bowers is a one year wonder that is coming off a knee surgery.

9) Dallas Cowboys: Prince Amukamara, CB, Nebraska

The Cowboys have a lot of needs in this draft but a lot of them might be hard to take this early. They may have to reach if one of the top defensive players falls, but they should be able to get one of the better prospects in the draft.

10) Washington Redskins: Robert Quinn, DE/LB, UNC

Quinn is a guy that could go 1st overall, or a guy that could fall to the Pats because of character issues, production issues (one year of production), and because his combine numbers weren't great given the year to train that he had.

11) Houston Texans: Phil Taylor, NT, Baylor

I really loved having Julio Jones here in my previous mock, and I do honestly think that it would be the best pick here, but the Texans always go defense early. I really like the shocker of Taylor here and I think it could happen. 3-4 NT is one of the hardest positions to find and the Texans have historically shown that they don't care about the BPA.

12) Minnesota Vikings: Tyron Smith, OT, USC

Smith could jump in at LT which would push McKinnie over and Loadholt in. This move improves three positions and would let them grab a talent in round 2 or 3 to play with.

13) Detroit Lions: Mark Ingram, RB, Alabama

This is the part of the mock where I get 100 Lion fans complaining. The team needs a LB and Akeem Ayers could be the pick. The team also needs corner help but it might be too early for the third CB to go in the draft. The team needs a LT too but the Lions organization and many of the fans believe that Jeff Backus is good. Statistically he has improved but I will never forget this play:


One thing that the Lions need to find soon though is a run game. Jahvid Best sucks and is more of a playmaker than a dependable yard gainer, and Maurice Morris/ Kevin Smith just aren't that good. Getting a powerful runner to pair with Best will automatically give the team a legitimate running duo that will take pressure off of Matt Stafford in a different way. Also, is it better for the team to reach on a talent at need or grab one of the BPA?

14) St. Louis Rams: Julio Jones, WR, Alabama

Julio Jones could go in the top-10 and nobody will question it but if he does fall out of the top-10 he will likely fall here to 14th.

15) Miami Dolphins: Jake Locker, QB, Washington

There are plenty of needs for the Dolphins and QB may be a slightly unlikely one for them to address in the first, but Jake Locker is like Tim Tebow last year in that he will likely go in the first despite skillset.

16) Jacksonville Jaguars: Adrian Clayborn, DE, Iowa

Gene Smith is a strange drafter. He loves to draft experience, he doesn't mind double-dipping, he goes with his BPA without projecting where the players should go, and in the past he has talked very little (if any) to his first round picks. He is talking a lot with Ryan Kerrigan right now, but looking at all of his usual tendencies I think he goes somewhere else.

17) New England Patriots (From Oak): Cameron Jordan, DE/DT, California

Cam Jordan is a great talent, but with so much DL talent in this draft we could see some of the top guys (Watt, Jordan) fall a bit.

18) San Diego Chargers: JJ Watt, DE/DT, Wisconsin

The Chargers are a strange team. They technically had the best defense last year, but they needs four or five new weapons on defense.

19) New York Giants: Anthony Castonzo, OT, Boston College

The Giants need OL help and they could have their choice of a number of guys with their 19th pick.

20) Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Ryan Kerrigan, DE, Purdue

The Bucs need some major pass rushing help and Kerrigan is someone that will be very high on draft boards.

21) Kansas City Chiefs: Aldon Smith, DE/LB, Missouri

The team needs some pass rushing depth on the defense and a guy like Smith really showed some great things at the combine.

22) Indianapolis Colts: Mike Pouncey, OG, Florida

The Colts have a few key positions that they need to address and both RT and LT are included. I do however think that they might look at getting what some believe is a special interior guard prospect.

23) Philadelphia Eagles: Jimmy Smith, CB, Colorado

Jimmy Smith is a top-10 caliber corner that compares to Nnamdi Asomugha, but he has a few character concerns that will likely make his stock fall. The Eagles might be ok with that though.

24) New Orleans Saints: Justin Houston, DE, Georgia

The team could go DT here, but Houston's stock has been solidified pretty well here in the 20's.

25) Seattle Seahawks: Ryan Mallett, QB, Arkansas

The Seahawks need to find a good future QB in town and if they cannot get Jake Locker then they should look at Mallett here. Mallettt is a great quarterback that has some character concerns looming, but he is worth a late 1st round pick. He has a lot of the same traits that Ryan Leaf had, but given a likely rookie salary cap his price will be about as much as a 2nd rounder would anyways.

26) Baltimore Ravens: Martez Wilson, MLB, Illinois

The Ravens need to invest in a replacement for Ray Lewis and Wilson is a pretty good prospect.

27) Atlanta Falcons: Derek Sherrod, OT, Mississippi State

The Falcons will take the best player on their board that fits a need. I think that given the way this mock has gone that they would take their best OT on the board.

28) New England Patriots: Akeem Ayers, DE/LB, UCLA

The Patriots have a ton of needs and they could really use a young rush linebacker.

29) Chicago Bears: Gabe Carimi, OT, Wisconsin

The Bears need help on their entire offensive line to help prevent any FAKE (yeah I said it Bear fans) knee injuries for Jay Cutler in the future, but they needed to address their OL and didn't last year until the late rounds.

30) New York Jets: Jonathon Baldwin, WR, Pittsburgh

The Jets could lose their two best receivers this off season so immediate help is needed.

31) Pittsburgh Steelers: Danny Watkins, OG, Baylor

The Steelers haven't taken a CB in the first round since 1997 and haven't taken an OT since 1996. Some might say they are due, but I think it is a trend. They do however have no problem taking a guard if they need one.

32) Green Bay Packers: Mikel Leshoure, RB, Illinois

I hate that everyone is mocking either a RB or a DE/DT here, but it really does make some sense for them to add depth. The more that I ponder this pick the more I hate it, so Leshoure stays the pick for another week.



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1)    New England (from Carolina): Orlando Franklin, OG/T

I would be willing to bet that the Patriots will trade this pick and I am about 85% certain about it. But for the sake of mocking, Franklin fills a big need. I will soon be writing a blog entry with a few potential first round shockers and Franklin could be one of them. Franklin is a great guard prospect that some teams believe can translate to OT. Even if he fills the OG need for the Patriots he is an ok value here.

2)  Buffalo Bills: Nate Solder, OT, Colorado

I'm not a big fan of Solder or of Gabbert, but I would be more than happy with the Bills draft given need and potential.

3)    Cincinnati Bengals: Torrey Smith, WR, Maryland

A second WR? Well the team is losing both of their big name receivers and taking two straight in the draft might be a lot easier than finding a new QB if Carson Palmer leaves. Also think of the offensive potential with AJ Green, Torrey Smith, Jordan Shipley and Jermaine Gresham. The team's backup QB Jordan Palmer might be able to win with that star power.

4)    Denver Broncos: Brooks Reed, DE, Arizona

Brooks Reed's stock is rising and he could go as early as 16th overall. I like him about here though.

5)    Cleveland Browns: Corey Luiget, DT, Illinois

The Browns MUST find one or two receivers from this draft to give Colt McCoy weapons. But if a quality DT falls (and I think one or two could) then they might not be able to help themselves.

6)    Arizona Cardinals: Muhammad Wilkerson, DE/DT, Temple

The Cards need both a LT and a new RT and they could get a steal with Carimi.

7)    Tennessee Titans: Christian Ponder, QB, Florida State

The Titans might be looking for a QB that won't take much grooming and Ponder is one of those guys. He likely won't be much more than a Kyle Orton type of player, but he should be able to fill in well.

8)    Dallas Cowboys: Rahim Moore, S, UCLA

It seems unlikely that Moore can fall this far, but he plays a weak position and might fall just a bit.

9)    Washington Redskins: Leonard Hankerson, WR, Miami

The Skins need so much help on their team that it isn't even funny. If the team passes on Julio Jones then they could look for a big name guy here.

10)    Houston Texans: Brandon Harris, CB, Miami

Getting a corner like Harris here is a great value, and entirely possible if he misses the first round.

11)    Minnesota Vikings: Colin Kaepernick, QB, Nevada

The best pure LT in the draft won't do much good if the team doesn't have a quarterback.

12)    Detroit Lions: Aaron Williams, CB, Miami

If Jimmy Smith falls a bit then Harris and Williams will fall too by proxy.

13)    San Francisco 49ers:  Andy Dalton, QB, TCU

The team will be looking for a QB somewhere in the draft and there is no doubt that Dalton could fit the system.

14)    Denver Broncos (from Miami): Kyle Rudolph, TE, Notre Dame

The team could end up with the BPA which is also a player that fills a big need.

15)    St. Louis Rams: Cameron Heyward, DE/DT, Ohio State

The Rams got their future WR in the 1st and can afford to bolster their DL with a pick here. Heyward could be played at DT while letting James Hall hold up at RE. Eventually Heyward could possibly be shifted over given his overall size and versatility.

16)    Oakland Raiders: Marcus Cannon, OT/G, TCU
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This is a hard one to pick. The Raiders are great at drafting guys that fit a need but they also like speed. Cannon's 40-time wasn't great, but for a 355-pounder it was amazing. I have Cannon 5th on my big board, and would love to have him on my team.

17)    Jacksonville Jaguars: Ras-I Dowling, CB, Virgnia

The Jags need a CB and they need one early in the draft. Ras-I Dowling has one of the best corner skill sets in the draft but just lost it when he was able to play last season.

18)    San Diego Chargers: Titus Young, WR, Boise State

The Chargers need to find some consistent options at wide receiver if they want to go very far into the playoffs.

19)    Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Stefan Wisniewski, OC/G, Penn State

The Bucs have a blooming young QB but they need to improve their offensive line before they will really compete.

20)    New York Giants: Ryan Williams, RB, Virginia Tech

The Giants really need to find their run game again because Eli Manning is not a talented enough QB to lead a team like his brother does.

21)    Indianapolis Colts: Tyler Sash, S, Iowa

The Colts cannot expect Sash to be a perfect replacement for his former Iowa counterpart, but they should be pretty happy with the potential that Sash brings.

22)    Philadelphia Eagles: Bruce Carter, OLB, UNC

The Eagles always seem to have a need for an OLB. Hopefully Carter changes that.

23)    Kansas City Chiefs: Randall Cobb, WR, Kentucky

The Chiefs drafted Dexter McCluster for his playmaking skills in 2010, and I believe they could do the same with Randall Cobb if he is still on the board with this pick.

24)    New Orleans Saints: Stephen Paea, DT, Oregon State

The Saints did find a short term option at DT earlier this offseason, but it would be dumb for them to not look at a future starter in the first two days.

25)    Seattle Seahawks: Ben Ijalana, OT/G, Villanova

Credit to a few people on chirping in and saying that the team has ignited a need to build their lines this offseaoson. I don't truly believe that the team would be better off reaching for OL/DL over a RB, but Ijalana is a great value here.

26)    Baltimore Ravens: Davon House, CB, New Mexico State

The Ravens are a phenomenal team, but they REALLY need to address the corner position this year.

27)    Atlanta Falcons: Allen Bailey, DE, Miami

The Falcons need a pass rushing defensive end and Bailey isn't it, but they did talk to him at the combine and he might be a good value to them here.

28)    New England Patriots:  Rodney Hudson, OG/C, Florida State

Some won't like the Patriots taking two different guards in the 2nd round, but the team needs so much help on the OL that it isn't funny. Franklin also has OT potential, and Hudson can play center, so it isn't exactly like the team is taking two guards.

29)    San Diego (From the NY Jets): Jabaal Sheard, DE/LB, Pittsburgh

The Chargers need some pass rushing depth and Sheard is a solid pickup here.

30)    Chicago Bears: Drake Nevis, DT, LSU

Nevis is a great talent, but he only fits a 4-3 scheme and could fall given the abundance of DL talent this year.

31)    Pittsburgh Steelers: Curtis Brown, CB, Texas

Curtis Brown not only fills a need but is a good overall threat for a team like the Steelers.

32)    Green Bay Packers: Christian Ballard, DE/DT, Iowa

If the draft would have gone this way so far I think the Packers could look for a young defensive end to add in to the rotation.



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1) Carolina Panthers: Marvin Austin, DT, UNC

Austin is a first round talent with 5th round maturity. He could end up being a great pick and value here for a team that will choose between a QB and a DT with the first overall pick.

2) Cincinnati Bengals: Daniel Thomas, RB, Kansas State

More offensive depth, but this one works well for a team that could be losing Cedric Benson. Thomas isn't a perfect prototype for the team but he is a solid runner with good size which is a Bengal necessity.

3) Denver Broncos: Quinton Carter, S, Oklahoma

The Broncos need a ton of defensive depth and a guy like Carter could possibly start from day one.

4) Buffalo Bills: Sam Acho, DE/LB, Texas

The Bills won't make this pick in a hundred years because they were once screwed by a Texas pick, but Acho is a great value and a great pass rusher that can sit here in this mock for a while.

5) Arizona Cardinals: James Brewer, OT, Alabama

I keep hearing more and more from Brewer as time goes by. With a 3rd round pick the risk is pretty low considering the fact that the Cardinals need SOOOOO much help on their OL.

6) Cleveland Browns: Tandon Doss, WR, Indiana

If the Browns pass on receiver early then they will need to address the position in the 3rd or 4th round.

7) Dallas Cowboys: DeMarcus Love, OT/G, Arkansas

Jerry Jones has no problem drafting Arkansas guys in the past, and I think Love would be a decent value for the team in the 3rd.

8) New Orleans (from Wash): Greg Jones, MLB/OLB, Michigan State

Some still think that Jones is a fit to play MLB. I wouldn't touch him to play it in the first two rounds but in the third round you find yourself a decent steal who can learn to play MLB while contributing outside.

9) Houston Texans: Dontay Moch, DE/LB, Nevada

Now that the Texans have moved to the 3-4 it seems like they need help everywhere.

10) New England (From Minn): Quan Sturdivant, MLB, UNC

The Pats could benefit from yet another LB talent to be plugged in to compete.

11) Detroit Lions: Mason Foster, OLB, Washington

Detroit needs linebacker depth badly, and this is one of the worst possible drafts for them to have to address it.

12) San Francisco 49ers: Kendrick Burney, CB, UNC

The team needs help at DE, at QB, and at CB. I don't know what order they find the three needs in but I don't think too many fans would hate it done this way.

13) Tennessee Titans: Jurrell Casey, DT, USC

The team could afford to find some additional help at DT, and Casey is a good value here.

14) St. Louis Rams: Shane Vereen, RB, Cal

The Rams cannot actually think that Steven Jackson can run as much as he does and stay healthy. Getting a young, Maurice Jones-Drew type of runner to plug into the mix would mean so much for the offense.

15) Miami Dolphins: Luke Stocker, TE, Tennessee

The Dolphins need to get their quarterback a new, young tight end with more potential than the team currently has.

16) Jacksonville Jaguars: Brandon Burton, CB, Utah

The Jags love to double dip on positions in the draft and doing so with corners is a good idea. At worst they find a nickle corner, but more than likely they allow someone to shift over to safety.

17) Oakland: DeAndre McDaniel, S, Clemson

The Raiders needed to have found a way to re-sign Nnamdi Asomugha instead of giving Stanford Routt 6-million too much a year. If Asomugha is gone then the team needs two new safeties and a new corner.

18) San Diego Chargers: Jordan Todman, RB, UConn

Sure the team drafted Ryan Mathews early last year, but they need to find an extra runner to help take some pressure off of him.

19) New York Giants: Deunta Williams, S, UNC

The Giants like to take BPA guys and Williams is arguably the best safety in the draft.

20) Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Rashad Carmichael, CB, Virginia Tech

The Bucs could use an extra corner to help ease out of the Ronde Barber era.

21) Philadelphia Eagles: Marcus Gilbert, OT, Florida

The Eagles have a ton of problems on their OL and a guy like Gilbert would fit in nicely.

22) Kansas City Chiefs: Jerrell Powe, NT, Ole Miss

It seemed as if Ole Miss tried to force Powe to be a pass rusher too much this season, but for the Chiefs he would be a pure NT that would of a wall.

23) Indianapolis Colts: Jarvis Jenkins, DT, Clemson

I would see the Colts going either after a DT or an OT with this pick.

24) New Orleans Saints: Chris Hairston, OT, Clemson

The Saints drafting four guys on defense seems a little unlikely but they really do need to add as much defensive talent that they can.

25) San Diego Chargers (From Sea): Joseph Barksdale, OT, LSU

Jeromey Clary sucks. He has started 42 games in the last 3 seasons and has allowed 20 sacks, and 14 penalties at RT.

26) Baltimore Ravens: Greg Little, WR, UNC

Greg Little is a high risk- high reward receiver that they can afford to risk on.

27) Atlanta Falcons: Jerell Jernigan, WR, Troy

The Falcons need to find playmakers to plug into their offense and Jernigan is a good value here.

28) New England Patriots: DeMarco Murray, RB, Oklahoma

The Pats have a lot of options at RB, but the Patriots love having as many weapons as possible. Murray got an elite 799 DM Score which puts his RB potential statistically in an elite class that includes Chris Johnson, LaDanian Tomlinson, and Adrian Peterson.

29) Chicago Bears: Lee Ziemba, OT/G, Auburn

More offensive line depth for a team that desperately needs it. Ziemba is yet another guard prospect with some OT potential.

30) New York Jets: Johnny Patrick, CB, Louisville

It is scary to think about the Jets defense if it keeps adding tools.

31) Pittsburgh Steelers: Kendrick Ellis, NT, Hampton

Ellis is a true TFL machine that has had some character issues in the past. He also can disappear in games, but if he can be coached up then he will be a major steal. If he can't then a third round flyer was a low risk.

32) Green Bay Packers: Clint Boling, OG/T, Georgia

Some teams believe that Boling has the potential to play OT at the next level. I don't, but he is a good 3rd round guard so the upside is a bonus.

33) Carolina Panthers (comp): DJ Williams, TE, Arkansas

The team just got Jeremy Shockley in a short term deal, but they must find a tight end for the future as well. Williams is a more dynamic receiving threat than most of the receivers available, and he will be a quarterbacks best friend.



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1) Carolina Panthers: Pernell McPhee, DE, Mississippi State

2) Seattle Seahawks (From NE via DEN): Lawrence Guy, DT, Arizona State

3) Buffalo Bills: Casey Matthews, MLB, Oregon

4) Cincinnati Bengals: Cliff Matthews, DE, South Carolina

5) Cleveland Browns: Lance Kendricks, TE, Wisconsin

6) Arizona Cardinals: Ricky Stanzi, QB, Iowa

7) Philadelphia Eagles (From Wash): John Moffitt, OG, Wisconsin

8) Houston Texans: Edmond Gates, WR, Abilene Christian

9) Minnesota Vikings: Chimdi Chekwa, CB, Ohio State

10) Detroit Lions: Darius Morris, OT/G, Temple

11) San Francisco 49ers: Derek Hall, OT, Stanford

12) Tennessee Titans: KJ Wright, OLB, Mississippi State

13) Dallas Cowboys: Ahmad Black, S, Florida

14) Miami Dolphins: Kendall Hunter, RB, Oklahoma State

15) St. Louis Rams: Virgil Green, TE, Nevada

16) Oakland Raiders: Buster Skrine, CB, UT-Chat

17) Jacksonville Jaguars: Pat Devlin, QB, Delaware

18) San Francisco 49ers (from SD): Jeremy Beal, DE/LB, Oklahoma

19) Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Nate Irving, MLB, NC State

20) New York Giants: Jake Kirkpatrick, OC, TCU

21) Kansas City Chiefs: Chris Carter, DE/LB, Fresno State
22) Indianapolis Colts: Owen Marecic, FB, Stanford

23) Philadelphia Eagles: Jalil Brown, CB, Colorado

24) Jacksonville Jaguars (from NO): Tyrod Taylor, QB/WR, Virginia Tech

This is the second 4th round QB for the Jags but they seem to like guys like Taylor on their rosters.

25) Buffalo Bills (from SEA):
Julius Thomas, TE, Portland State

26) Baltimore Ravens: Jason Pinkston, OT, Pittsburgh

27) Atlanta Falcons: Austin Pettis, WR, Boise State

28) New England Patriots: Terrence Tolliver, WR, LSU

29) New York Jets: Kelvin Sheppard, MLB, LSU

30) Chicago Bears: Cecil Shorts, WR, Mount Union

31) Pittsburgh Steelers: Will Rackley, OT, Lehigh

32) Green Bay Packers: Steven Friday, DE/LB, Virginia Tech

33) Tennessee Titans (comp):
Dwayne Harris, WR, ECU

34) Green Bay Packers (comp):
Mark Herzlich, MLB, BC



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1) Carolina Panthers: Derrick Locke, RB, Kentucky

2) Buffalo Bills: Delone Carter, RB, Syracuse

3) Cincinnati Bengals: Jah Reid, OT, UCF

4) Kansas City (from TB via DEN): Nathan Enderle, QB, Idaho

5) Arizona Cardinals: Noel Devine, RB, West Virgina

6) Cleveland Browns: Vincent Brown, WR, SD State

7) Houston Texans: Robert Sands, S, West Virginia

8) Minnesota Vikings: Lawrence Wilson, OLB, UConn

9) Kansas City Chiefs (from DET): Colin McCarthy, MLB, Miami

10) San Francisco 49ers: Greg McElroy, QB, Alabama

Teams could be loading up on QB potential in this deep draft. See the Draftology Lesson here

11) Tennessee Titans: Terrell McClain, DT, USF

12) Dallas Cowboys: Da'Rel Scott, RB, Maryland

13) Washington Redskins: Sione Fau, NT, Stanford

14) St. Louis Rams: DeMarcus Van Dyke, CB, Miami

15) Miami Dolphins: Kris O'Dowd, OC, USC

16) Jacksonville Jaguars: Jaiquawn Jarrett, S, Temple

17) Oakland Raiders: Ryan Bartholomew, OC, Syracuse

18) Philadelphia Eagles (from SD): DeAndre Brown, WR, Southern Miss

19) Minnesota Vikings (from NYG): Ian Williams, DT, Notre Dame

20) Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Bruce Miller, DE, UCF

21) Indianapolis Colts: Derek Newton, OT, Arkansas State

22) Philadelphia Eagles: Rob Housler, TE, FAU

23) Detroit Lions (from KC): Greg Salas, WR, Hawaii

24) Washington Redskins (from NO): Joshua Portis, QB, Cal-PA

25) Seattle Seahawks: Thomas Keiser, DE, Stanford

26) Seattle Seahawks (from BALT): Tim Barnes, C, Missouri

27) Atlanta Falcons: Shiloh Keo, S, Idaho

28) New England Patriots: Justin Roper, QB, Montana

Make sure to check out my interview with Justin Roper!

29) Chicago Bears: Alex Wujciak, MLB, Maryland

30) New York Jets: Ronald Johnson, WR, USC

31) Pittsburgh Steelers: Quizz Rodgers, RB, Oregon State

32) Green Bay Packers: Marcus Gilchrist, CB, Clemson

33) Baltimore Ravens (comp): Jarriel King, OT/G, South Carolina

34) Baltimore Ravens (comp): Dane Sanzenbacher, WR, Ohio State



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