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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 the top overall pick in many scout's eyes. I absolutely mean to toot my own horn on this one, but Newton is still not a lock. 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. The team has been rumored to be taking a QB in the first three rounds (I 100% hope the rumors are not true), but the team cannot throw away Tebow just yet.

3) Buffalo Bills: Von Miller, DE/LB, Texas A&M

Many reports out there will confirm that the Bill like Cam Newton, but there has been little true talk about them loving Blaine Gabbert. I personally think Gabbert should be the pick (I don't like Gabbert, but the organization needs a QB badly).

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: Blaine Gabbert, QB, Missouri

I completely hate having the same top-5 as many of the ESPN/ NFLN faces, but things are starting to come together. I do believe that the Cardinals would rather have a guy like Kevin Kolb on their team, but there is no guarantee that they could get Kolb. They also aren't the type of team that wants to hand out a huge contract to a QB. So why Gabbert? The team likely will pay Gabbert off of a rookie pay scale, which will be much cheaper than the money they will have to hand over to Kolb to make happy. Also, the only other logical pick here would be to take Patrick Peterson who fills one of their top-10 needs (instead of their top need). Finally, if they don't take Gabbert here then they likely would have to hear about it twice a year when they face San Francisco.

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: Prince Amukamara, CB

The 49ers have a strange place to draft. They likely will get their pick among the top-6 rejects which isn't a bad thing. Their biggest need is arguably at corner, and it has been for awhile so Amukamara seems like a fairly good pick up.

8) Tennessee Titans: Nick Fairley, DE/DT, Auburn

The Titans have no direct needs that they could address here, but Fairley would be a pretty good pick up. Fairley was arguably the scariest player in the draft before the combine and the Titans have missed their Albert Haynesworth presence for a few years.

9) Dallas Cowboys: Cameron Jordan, DE/DT, California

Before the Cowboys hate starts rolling in (again), I personally don't see the Cowboys going Tryon Smith here. The Cowboys do need a RT, but the chances that an owner that has never gone OT in the first round goes for a RT (even with the LT potential) in the top-10 is a little bit absurd. Cam Jordan has been flying up draft boards, would fill a need and would add good value to the defense.

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.

Sure the Skins could go Julio Jones here, but with so many needs they likely will go BPA which could be Quinn.

11) Houston Texans: Julio Jones, WR, Alabama

The Texans need a rush linebacker, DB help, and possibly some DL depth, but there is no elite value here. They could trade down, reach on someone, or do something that has been needed for a long time by drafting a good receiver across from Andre Johnson.

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: Da'Quan Bowers, DE, Clemson

If there is no CB or OLB (and arguably OT) prospect here then they will HAVE to look elsewhere. The team take then have to take the BPA which is arguably Da'Quan Bowers.

14) St. Louis Rams: JJ Watt, DE, Wisconsin

If the team cannot get a guy like Julio to fall to them then they will have to look elsewhere. The team can afford to inject some youth into their defensive line.

15) Miami Dolphins: Mike Pouncey, OG, Florida

The Dolphins have few needs to be drafting this early, and outside of a QB the team needs to trade down the draft or reach for talent.

16) Jacksonville Jaguars: Jake Locker, QB, Washington

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. The team really missed out on Tim Tebow last year, and getting a QB of the future to compete with Garrard would be potentially a good idea for the franchise.

17) New England Patriots (From Oak): Anthony Castonzo, OT, Boston College

The Patriots have too many questions on their offensive line that they would be dumb to not consider a player like Castonzo here.

18) San Diego Chargers: Aldon Smith, DE/LB, Missouri

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

19) New York Giants: Mark Ingram, RB, Alabama

The Giants have a few key needs, and getting a multitasking rusher like Ingram could add a very dangerous weapon to the team.

20) Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Adrian Clayborn, DE, Iowa

The Bucs reportedly love Adrian Clayborn, and he fills a gigantic need with the pick.

21) Kansas City Chiefs: Phil Taylor, NT, Baylor

I wouldn't be surprised to see Taylor go as early as 9th (if the team decided to shy away from the Wade Phillips 3-4), and a team may even trade up for a 3-down NT like Taylor.

22) Indianapolis Colts: Rahim Moore, S, UCLA

The Colts are not a team that drafts offensive linemen in the first round often. Despite it being a big need they just don't address it. The team may opt to find the best safety in the class instead.

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: Ryan Kerrigan, DE, Purdue

The team needs to find some significant pass rushing depth, and getting a value like Kerrigan would make this pick even better.

25) Seattle Seahawks: Marvin Austin, DT, UNC

The Seahawks need to find a ton of line depth in this draft and a guy like Austin would be a great value. He is a top-5 talent on the field, but is a 7th round talent in terms of maturity.

26) Baltimore Ravens: Corey Luiget, DE/DT, 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 with LT potential 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

If the Bears go for an offensive lineman here (no guarantee like some believe) then I believe they would take a RT that can start now over a potential pro-bowl caliber LT (Solder).

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

The Jets could lose their two best receivers this off season so immediate help is needed. Baldwin is a guy that compares to Brandon Marshall and Anquan Boldin on the field.

31) Pittsburgh Steelers: Martez Wilson, MLB, Illinois

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. With that noted, they do need to find an eventual replacement for Jame Farrior. Wilson also has some 3-4 OLB potential just in case James Harrison gets suspended after his 200th personal foul.

32) Green Bay Packers: Orlando Franklin, OG/T, Miami

The Packers won the Super Bowl, but Alozo Highsmith won Scout of the Year. Highsmith is a Miami grad that just might have his eye on a guy like Franklin.



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1)    New England (from Carolina):  Muhammad Wilkerson, DE/DT, Temple

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, Wilkerson is a great value that fills a need.

2)  Buffalo Bills: Ryan Mallett, QB, Arkansas

Ryan Mallett is a top-10 pick on the field, but there are so many rumors swirling that he could fall out of the first round.

3)    Cincinnati Bengals: Mikel Leshoure, RB, Illinois

The Bengals need a young and powerful runner and Leshoure would be one heck of a player to plug into the already young offense.

4)    Denver Broncos: Kyle Rudolph, TE, Notre Dame

This is starting to become a cliche pick, but adding a receiving tight end weapon would be extremely valuable on the team.

5)    Cleveland Browns: Leonard Hankerson, WR, Miami

The Browns MUST find one or two receivers from this draft to give Colt McCoy weapons.

6)    Arizona Cardinals: Nate Solder, OT, Colorado

The Cards arguably have the worst offense in football outside of their wide receivers. Even if they avoid the QB position in the first they should seriously consider taking an OT here.

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: Ben Ijalana, OT/G, Villanova

If the Cowboys ignore a RT with the first pick then they might 'owe it to themselves' to draft one with their second pick. This could be a safety or a corner but Ijalana is a bruising linemen that could fit in well.

9)    Washington Redskins: Titus Young, WR, Boise State

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: Bruce Carter, OLB, UNC

The best pure 4-3 OLB in the draft and a potential Pro Bowl defensive end will help transition this defense into the next level.

13)    San Francisco 49ers:  Jabaal Sheard, DE/LB, Pittsburgh

The team needs to find some LB depth and Sheard is a sleeper to many people.

14)    Denver Broncos (from Miami): Justin Houston, DE, Georgia

The team could end up with the BPA which is also a player that fills a big need. Houston could go as early as the Bucs in the first round, but I believe that a few guys will likely fall some.

15)    St. Louis Rams: Torrey Smith, WR, Maryland

The Rams have to find a receiver in the draft to help out Sam Bradford, but they might have to wait until the 2nd round to get good value.

16)    Oakland Raiders: Rodney Hudson, OG/C, Florida State
(No first rounder)

This is a hard one to pick. The Raiders are great at drafting guys that fit a need but they also like speed. Hudson might not be a perfect fit, but he should be able to move in either at guard or at center.

17)    Jacksonville Jaguars: Cameron Heyward, DE, Ohio State

The Jags need defensive line depth, and a guy like Cameron Heyward would be a pretty good value here.

18)    San Diego Chargers: James Carpenter, OT, Alabama

The Chargers need to find a right tackle to plug in on the offensive line.

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: Danny Watkins, OG, Baylor

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. Watkins is a guy that they can plug in right now which should add some good value.

21)    Indianapolis Colts: Stephen Paea, DT, Oregon State

Paea is a very intriguing prospect that the Colts might bite on given the fact that they have no problem drafting defensive tackles.

22)    Philadelphia Eagles: Marcus Cannon, OT/G, TCU

Cannon is in my big board's top-10 because he is a freakish athlete at nearly 360 pounds. He will give all that he can for his team, and he can contribute right away at guard for the team.

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: Ryan Williams, RB, Virginia Tech

The Saints cannot keep avoiding the RB position early in the draft. They need to find a good runner that they can safely plug into the mix.

25)    Seattle Seahawks: Ras-I Dowling, CB, Virginia

Dowling has some injury concerns, but is a good enough athlete with a ton of experience to be taken here.

26)    Baltimore Ravens: Aaron Williams, CB, Texas

The Ravens didn't address the corner spot in the last draft, so let's hope they prioritize it 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:  Greg Little, WR, UNC

The Patriots need one or two receivers badly from this draft. Edleman, Price and Slater are not starting (or even 2nd string outside of Edleman) receivers. Tate isn't 1/3 as good as he is hyped, Branch is great but aging and Wes Welker is a stud slot receiver. The team needs it's dangerous receiver threat if it wants to get anywhere in the playoffs.

29)    San Diego (From the NY Jets): Quan Sturdivant, MLB, UNC

Yet another defensive tool for an already very good defense.

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: Daniel Thomas, RB, Kansas State

The packers need to find depth at running back in this draft, and Thomas is a pretty good value here.



Updated 3/25

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1) Carolina Panthers: Jarvis Jenkins, DT, Clemson

The Panthers need to find one or two defensive tackles from this draft and there is a pretty good chance that they will use this pick on one.

2) Cincinnati Bengals: Christian Ballard, DE, Iowa

The Bengals could technically go defensive end with the first pick if the liked Robert Quinn, but it is more likely that they will address the need in the middle rounds.

3) Denver Broncos: DeAndre McDaniel, S, Clemson

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

4) Buffalo Bills: Marcus Gilbert, OT, Florida

The Bills would be a much better team if they were able to find a day one starter at linebacker, and two potentially great weapons at QB and OT.

5) Arizona Cardinals: Sam Acho, DE/LB, Texas

Acho is just one of the many 3-4 rush linebackers that the Cardinals should consider in the mid rounds of the draft.

6) Cleveland Browns: DJ Williams, TE, Arkansas

The Browns need one or two receiver from this draft, but they could also afford to take a potential stud tight end like Williams.

7) Dallas Cowboys: Quinton Carter, S, Oklahoma

The Cowboys need one to three defensive backfield players in this draft.

8) New Orleans (from Wash): Kelvin Sheppard, MLB, LSU

The Saints are a team that doesn't put much value at the LB position, and unfortunately always have a need there.

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): Clint Boling, OT/G

The Pats could benefit from yet another offensive lineman here. Boling has OT potential, but might find his place at OG.

11) Detroit Lions: Davon House, CB, New Mexico State

Detroit needs to find a ton of corner depth in this draft, but they might have to wait until day two to do so.

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

Many of the top TV scouts believe that Dalton could be a 1st round pick, but I don't see him until about here. He doesn't have the potential that the first round guys do, he is only the third most pro-ready QB in the draft (Mallett, Ponder), and is only the 2nd 'cleanest' prospect behind Ponder. To compare, Dalton is a less talented Colt McCoy (who went in the third).

13) Tennessee Titans: Jake Kirkpatrick, C, TCU

The team needs to find a good center that will help transition whoever starts at QB to the next level.

14) St. Louis Rams: Jordan Todman, RB, UConn

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

15) Miami Dolphins: Ricky Stanzi, QB, Iowa

The Dolphins need to find another option at QB and Stanzi is arguably the last good passer in the draft.

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 nickel corner, but more than likely they allow someone to shift over to safety.

17) Oakland: Chimdi Chekwa, CB, Ohio State

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: Shane Vereen, RB, Cal

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: Lee Ziemba, OT/G, Auburn

The Bucs could use an extra OT to plug in and contribute.

21) Philadelphia Eagles: Mason Foster, OLB, Washington

The Eagles need to find some LB support, but they don't hold a great value on them.

22) Kansas City Chiefs: Chris Carter, DE/LB, Fresno State

Carter is a strange athlete that is a great pass rusher.

23) Indianapolis Colts: DeMarco Murray, RB, Oklahoma

I actually love Murray as a prospect. He has one of the best DM Scores I've ever seen and has the athletic potential to become a major stud in the league.

24) New Orleans Saints: Greg Jones, OLB/MLB, Michigan State

The Saints might like a prospect like Jones who can contribute at just about any spot at LB.

25) San Diego Chargers (From Sea): Tandon Doss, WR, Indiana

The Chargers need a consistent receiver option and Doss is a pretty good prospect for them to play with.

26) Baltimore Ravens: Casey Matthews, MLB, Oregon

The Ravens reportedly have shown some interest in Matthews and getting a guy that gives effort on every play in the third round is a pretty good pick.

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: Kendall Hunter, RB, Oklahoma State

The Pats don't have a huge need at RB, but with six of the first 100 picks they might just use one of their picks on another weapon to plug into their offense.

29) Chicago Bears: Dwayne Harris, WR, ECU

There are four or five big bodied guys I'd take before Harris, but the Mike Martz offense does three things:

* Destroys a QB's career by 5 years
* Underutilizes a good OL and hurts the RB core
* Utilizes small speedy receivers over big bodied beasts.

30) New York Jets: Kendric Burney, CB, UNC

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: Terrance Tolliver, WR, LSU

I'm not sure what it is about LSU receivers, but they are all good athletic monsters with a lot of potential.

33) Carolina Panthers (comp): Alex Green, RB, Hawaii

The team still has a lot of needs, but they need to make sure that their RB corps are ready to go and play hard. Green is a complete beast of a runner that has very little tread off of his tires after playing in the Hawaii pass offense.



Updated 3/25

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1) Carolina Panthers: Lance Kendricks, TE, Tennessee

2) Seattle Seahawks (From NE via DEN): DeMarcus Love, OT/G, Arkansas

3) Buffalo Bills: Marcus Gilchrist, CB, Clemson

4) Cincinnati Bengals: Jurrell Casey, DT, USC

5) Cleveland Browns: Terrell McClain, DT, USF

6) Arizona Cardinals: Johnny Patrick, CB, Louisville

7) Philadelphia Eagles (From Wash): DeMarcus Van Dyke, CB, Miami

8) Houston Texans: Tyler Sash, S, Iowa

9) Minnesota Vikings: Rashad Carmichael, CB, Virginia Tech

10) Detroit Lions: Greg Salas, WR, Hawaii

11) San Francisco 49ers: Lawrence Guy, DE/DT, Arizona State

12) Tennessee Titans: Nate Irving, MLB, NC State

13) Dallas Cowboys: Buster Skrine, CB, UT-Chat

14) Miami Dolphins: Luke Stocker, TE, Tennessee

15) St. Louis Rams: K.J Wright, OLB, Mississippi State

16) Oakland Raiders: Virgil Green, TE, Nevada

17) Jacksonville Jaguars: Johnny White, RB, UNC

18) San Francisco 49ers (from SD): Owen Marecic, FB/LB, Stanford

19) Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Jalil Brown, CB, Colorado

20) New York Giants: Jason Pinkston, OT, Pittsburgh

21) Kansas City Chiefs: John Moffitt, OG, Wisconsin
22) Indianapolis Colts: Joseph Barksdale, OT, LSU

23) Philadelphia Eagles: Chris Hairston, OT, Clemson

24) Jacksonville Jaguars (from NO): Austin Pettis, WR, Boise State

25) Buffalo Bills (from SEA):
Alex Henery, K/P, Nebraska

26) Baltimore Ravens: Edmund Gates, WR, Abilene Christian

27) Atlanta Falcons: Rob Housler, TE, FAU

28) New England Patriots: Tim Barnes, OC, Missouri

29) New York Jets: Delone Carter, RB, Syracuse

30) Chicago Bears: Vincent Brown, WR, SD State

31) Pittsburgh Steelers: Da'Rel Scott, RB, Maryland

32) Green Bay Packers: Jerrell Powe, NT, Ole Miss

33) Tennessee Titans (comp):
Pernell McPhee, DE, Mississippi State

34) Green Bay Packers (comp): Kris O'Dowd, C, USC



Updated 3/25

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1) Carolina Panthers: Jah Reid, OT, UCF

2) Buffalo Bills: Mark Herzlich, MLB, BC

3) Cincinnati Bengals: DeAndre Brown, WR, Southern Miss

4) Kansas City (from TB via DEN): Allen Bradford, RB, USC

5) Arizona Cardinals: Derrick Locke, RB, Kentucky

6) Cleveland Browns: Cliff Matthews, DE, South Carolina

7) Houston Texans: Ian Williams, NT, Notre Dame

8) Minnesota Vikings: Robert Sands, S, West Virginia

9) Kansas City Chiefs (from DET): Greg McElroy, QB, Alabama

10) San Francisco 49ers: Pat Devlin, QB, Delaware

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

11) Tennessee Titans: Taiwan Jones, RB, Eastern Washington

12) Dallas Cowboys: Steven Friday, DE/LB, Virginia Tech

13) Washington Redskins: Nathan Enderle, QB, Idaho

14) St. Louis Rams: Ryan Bartholomew, C, Syracuse

15) Miami Dolphins: Darren Evans, RB, Virginia Tech

16) Jacksonville Jaguars: Ahmad Black, S, Florida

17) Oakland Raiders: J.T Thomas, OLB, West Virginia

18) Philadelphia Eagles (from SD): Alex Wujciak, MLB, Maryland

19) Minnesota Vikings (from NYG): Lawrence Wilson, OLB, UConn

20) Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Julius Thomas, TE, Portland State

21) Indianapolis Colts: Cecil Shorts, WR, Mount Union

22) Philadelphia Eagles: Bilal Powell, RB, Louisville

23) Detroit Lions (from KC): Roy Helu, RB, Nebraska

24) Washington Redskins (from NO): James Brewer, OT, Indiana

25) Seattle Seahawks: Jeremy Beal, DE, Oklahoma

26) Seattle Seahawks (from BALT): Shareece Wright, CB, USC

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: Darius Morris, OT/G, Temple

30) New York Jets: Thomas Keiser, DE/LB, Stanford

31) Pittsburgh Steelers: Jarriel King, OT/G, South Carolina

32) Green Bay Packers: Richard Sherman, CB, Stanford

33) Baltimore Ravens (comp): Greg Romeus, DE/LB, Pittsburgh

34) Baltimore Ravens (comp): Derek Newton, OT, Arkansas State



1) Carolina Panthers: Dane Sanzenbacher, WR, Ohio State

2) Cincinnati Bengals: Will Rackley, OT/G, Lehigh

3) Cleveland (from Den): Ronald Johnson, WR, USC

4) Buffalo Bills: Cedric Thornton, DE/DT, Southern Arkansas

5) Cleveland Browns: Sione Fua, DT, Stanford

6) Arizona Cardinals: Korey Lindsay, CB, Southern Illinois

7) Minnesota Vikings: Scott Lutrus, MLB, UConn

8) Seattle (from Det): Andrew Jackson, OG, Fresno State

9) San Francisco 49ers: Chykie Brown, CB, Texas

10) Tennessee Titans: Willie Smith, OT, ECU

11) Dallas Cowboys: Stevan Ridley, RB, LSU

12) Washington Redskins: Kai Forbath, K, UCLA

13) Houston Texans: Dion Lewis, RB, Pittsburgh

14) Miami Dolphins: Quizz Rodgers, RB, Oregon State

15) Baltimore (from St. Louis): Zane Taylor, OC, Utah

16) Oakland Raiders: Lester Jean, WR, FAU

17) Jacksonville Jaguars: Mario Fanin, RB, Auburn

18) San Diego Chargers: Brandon Bair, DE/DT, Oregon

19) Arizona Cardinals (from Philly VIA Tampa Bay): Brandon Fusco, OC, Slippery Rock

20) New York Giants: Tori Gurley, WR, South Carolina

21) Denver Broncos (from Detroit VIA Phily): Bruce Miller, (no perfect scheme, but too much heart), UCF

22) Tampa Bay (from Kansas City): Noel Devine, RB, West Virginia

23) Indianapolis Colts: Kyle Hix, OT/G, Texas

24) Denver Broncos (from New England VIA New Orleans): Tyrod Taylor, QB/WR, Virginia Tech

25) San Fransisco (from Seattle): Kris Adams, WR, UTEP

26) Baltimore Ravens: Jaquawn Jarrett, S, Temple

27) Atlanta Falcons: Schuler Oordt, TE, Northern Iowa

28) New England Patriots: Charles Clay, FB, Tulsa

29) New York Jets: Derrell Johnson-Koulianos, WR, Iowa

30) Chicago Bears: Pierre Allen, DE, Nebraska

31) Pittsburgh Steelers: Brandon Hogan, CB, West Virginia

32) Green Bay Packers: Josh Bynes, MLB, Auburn

33) New York Giants (Comp):
Alex Linnenkohl, OC, Oregon State

34) Kansas City Chiefs (Comp): Derek Hall, OT, Stanford

35) Minnesota Vikings (Comp): Niles Paul, WR, Nebraska

36) San Diego Chargers (Comp): Chris Matthews, WR, Kentucky

37) New York Giants (Comp): Zach Pianalto, TE, UNC

38) Carolina Panthers (Comp): Colin McCarthy, MLB, Miami


1) Green Bay Packers (from Carolina): Joshua Portis, QB, Cal-PA

2) Denver Broncos: Brian Rolle, OLB, Ohio State

3) Buffalo Bills: Jeron Johnson, S, Boise State

4) Cincinnati Bengals: Ross Homan, OLB, Ohio State

5) New York Jets (from Arizona): Justin Boren, OG, Ohio State

6) Seattle Seahawks (from Cleveland): Will Hill, S, Florida

7) Atlanta Falcons (from Detroit): John Clay, RB, Wisconsin

8) San Francisco 49ers: David Sims, S, Iowa State

9) Tennessee Titans: Anthony Gray, DT, Southern Miss

10) Washington Redskins: David Mims, OT, Virginia Union

11) Houston Texans: Jeff Maehl, WR, Oregon

12) Minnesota Vikings: Karl Klug, DT, Iowa

13) St. Louis Rams: Kenny Rowe, OLB, Oregon

14) Miami Dolphins: Darvin Adams, WR, Auburn

15) Miami Dolphins (from Jacksonville): Carl Johnson, OG, Florida

16) Oakland Raiders: Chris Conte, S, Cal

17) Dallas Cowboys (from San Diego): Chris Rucker, CB, Michigan State

18) New York Giants: Ricky Elmore, DE, Arizona

19) Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Chas Henry, P, Florida

20) Kansas City Chiefs: Allen Reisner, TE, Iowa

21) Washington Redskins ( from Indianapolis Colts): Jordan Cameron, TE, USC

22) Baltimore Ravens (from Philadelphia): Curtis Marsh, CB, Utah State

23) New Orleans Saints: Zach Hurd, OG, UConn

24) Philadelphia (from Seattle): Taylor Potts, QB, Texas Tech

25) Saint Louis Rams (from Baltimore): Cameron Graham, TE, Louisville

26) Atlanta Falcons: Scott Tolzein, QB, Wisconsin

27) Atlanta Falcons (from New England): Steve Schilling, OG, Michigan

28) San Francisco (from DET VIA NYJ): Kevin Kowalski, OC, Toledo

29) Pittsburgh Steelers: Chris Neild, NT, West Virginia

30) Green Bay Packers: Ugo Chinasa, DE/LB, Oklahoma State

31) San Diego Chargers (Comp): Mike Mohamed, MLB, Cal

32) Miami Dolphins (Comp): Ollie Ogbu, DL, Duke

33) Minnesota Vikings (Comp): Ryan Donahue, P, Iowa

34) Philadelphia Eagles (Comp): Jermale Hines, S, Ohio State

35) Tampa Bay Buccaneers (Comp): Chris White, MLB, Mississippi State

36) San Francisco 49ers (Comp): Joe Lefeged, S, Rutgers

37) Philadelphia Eagles (Comp): Charles Gantt, TE, Michigan State

38) Oakland Raiders (Comp): TJ Yates, QB, UNC

39) Seattle Seahawks (Comp): Adam Weber, QB, Minnesota

40) New Orleans Saints (Comp): Alderick Robinson, WR, SMU

41) Carolina Panthers (Comp): Markus White, DE, Florida State

42 Buffalo Bills (Comp): Chris Culliver, CB, South Carolina

43) Cincinnati Bengals (Comp): Ben Chappell, QB, Indiana

44) Denver Broncos (Comp): Adrian Moten, OLB, Maryland

45) Cleveland Browns (Comp): Armon Binns, WR, Cincinnati

46) Arizona Cardinals (Comp): Stanley Havilli, FB, USC

47) San Francisco 49ers (Comp): Jock Sanders, WR, West Virginia

48) Tennessee Titans (Comp): Jonas Mouton, OLB, Michigan

49) Dallas Comboys (Comp): Denarius Moore, WR, Tennessee

50) Washington Redskins (Comp): Derek Epperson, P, Baylor

51 (Houston Texans (Comp): "
2012 Mr. Irrelevant" Jerrod Johnson, QB, Texas A&M

This final pick is a little personal to my heart. I have always been very close to picking Mr. Irrelevant, but have never nailed it. For instance last year I picked J'Marcus Webb who was taken in the mid-7th round. This year I have Jerrod Johnson, former QB for Texas A&M on the list.

Many of you will not know this, but at the beginning of the year I thought Johnson had the potential, the stride, and the upside to essentially do what Cam Newton did and become the 1st overall pick. Johnson however started out so poorly that he was benched midway though the season. He is my pick this year because he would be a funny "from first to last" story in my book.