|01-10-2013, 07:11 PM||#3|
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1. Jarvis Jones, OLB/DE, Georgia
2. Luke Joeckel, T, Texas A&M
3. Star Lotutelei, DT, Utah
4. Demarcus Milliner, CB, Alabama
5. Bjoern Werner, DE, Florida State
6. Sheldon Richardson, DT/DE, Missouri
7. Demontre Moore, OLB/DE, Texas A&M
8. Barkevious Mingo, DE/OLB, LSU
9. Jon Hankins, DT, Ohio State
10. Jonthan Banks, CB, Miss. State
11. Alec Ogletree, ILB, Georgia
12. Chance Warmack, G, Alabama
13. Keenan Allen, WR, Cal
14. Kawann Short, DT, Purdue
15. Manti Te'o, ILB, Notre Dame
16. Geno Smith, QB, West Virginia
17. Justin Hunter, WR, Tennessee
18. Dion Jordan, DE/OLB, Oregon
19. Ezekiel Ansah, DE/OLB, BYU
20. Sam Montgomery, DE, LSU
21. Giovanni Bernard, RB, UNC
22. Alex Okafor, DE/OLB, Texas
23. Bennie Logan, DT/DE, LSU
24. Tyler Wilson, QB, Arkansas
25. Terrance Williams, WR, Baylor
26. Da'Rick Rodgers, WR, Tennessee Tech
27. Kevin Minter, ILB, LSU
28. Tyler Eifert, TE, Notre Dame
29. Jonathan Cooper, G, UNC
30. Xavier Rhodes, CB, FSU
31. Barrett Jones, OL, Alabama
32. Margus Hunt, DE/DT, SMU
|01-10-2013, 07:12 PM||#4|
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First Mock Draft:
1. Kansas City - Geno Smith, QB, West Virginia
The Chiefs are arguably one of the most talented teams in the league right now. Their biggest weakspot is Quarterback, and it's really bad. The general consensus is that Kansas City could be a playoff team with even an average QB, so the level of play Geno Smith has to reach won't be too great to start for Kansas City to reach success. Besides, they basically have to pick a QB here or their fanbase will riot.
2. Jacksonville - Jarvis Jones, OLB, Georgia
The Jaguars are so bad, they should take BPA, which happens to be Jarvis Jones. He will play like Von Miller, rush on passing downs and on designed blitzes, then drop in coverage on certain downs to mix it up. The Jaguars were last in the league in sacks, and they may lose their best defensive player, Linebacker Darryl Smith, in free agency.
3. Oakland - Demontre Moore, DE/OLB, Texas A&M
Oakland needs help on the defensive line, so Star could be the pick here, but I believe that they need an elite pass rusher. Moore is one of the true 4-3 DEs in the draft, so Oakland has to grab him here. Oakland improves one of the league's worst pass rushes, and starts the rebuild of the entire defense around Moore.
4. Philadelphia - Luke Joeckel, T, Texas A&M
The second straight Aggie comes off the board with Joeckel. King Dunlap is trash. The whole Eagles line, minus Jason Peters, is horrible, actually. ANd whos knows if he will be the same after his injury. Joeckel will provide protection on either the left or right side for Nick Foles, or whoever the Eagles have at QB.
5. Detroit - Bjorn Werner, DE, Florida State
The Lions really need a pass rushing defensive end to pair with Cliff Avril, especially in a division with two elite Quarterbacks and possibly a franchise QB in Ponder. Werner plays the run very strongly, which will help against the Vikings and AP just as much as the Packers with Rodgers. He will immediately provide an upgrade for the pass rush and hopefully hide some of the other problems Detroit has.
6. Cleveland - Manti Te'o, LB, Notre Dame
Te'o can fill a few different roles in this Cleveland defense. He can move to the middle and kick Jackson outside, or he can be shifted to the outside. He is just a perfect fit for Cleveland. It also brings some marketability.
7. Arizona - Taylor Lewan, T, Michigan
Ladies and gentlemen, I present the worst O-line in the NFL. They need an upgrade at probably every position on the line, so they start with left tackle. Lewan is more of a natural left tackle, who did well enough against CLowney in the bowl matchup, as good as you can ask him. He should start on the line right away.
8. Buffalo - Tyler Wilson, QB, Arkansas
GM Buddy Nix said that the Bills will draft a franchise QB. Well, they go for one here. Wilson has the big arm NFL teams covet, especially a team in the cold like Buffalo. Glennon would have been the pick here, but he's been abused and horrible against the good defenses he's faced, and is alot like Blaine Gabbert. Barkley doesn't have teh abilities to play in Buffalo
9. New York Jets - Star Lotutelei, DT, Utah
The Jets need to get back to their form of playing elite defense. This starts up front, for every team. Star is a dominating presence up front, and should make a difference in that division.
10. Tennessee - Dee Milliner, CB, Alabama
The Titans have one of the worst pass defenses in the NFL, they are dominated by teams that can spread them out. This is largely due to no pass rush and no shutdown corner. With the addition of Milliner, they can start to rotate safeties to the other side of the field and that will help the pass rush.
11. San Diego – Keenan Allen, WR, California
The Chargers are bringing in a new coaching regime, but they won’t get rid of Phillip Rivers. They need to get upgrades at receivers, however. Antonio Gates cannot do it himself at the TE position, and he’s starting to regress. They’ve lost Vincent Jackson and Floyd isn’t the #1 receiver they want. They get another big target for Rivers.
12. Miami – Dion Jordan, DE/OLB, Oregon
The Dolphins need a pass rusher on the other side of Cameron Wake, and he’s getting old anyway. Jordan is a raw prospect that’s a great athlete, and if he reaches potential, he should be a very good pass rusher in the AFC East.
13. Tampa Bay – Jonthan Banks, CB, Miss State
Last year, Tampa passed on Morris Claiborne and traded down to get Mark Barron. That was a start to improving their secondary. Now they have traded Talib and Ronde Barber will likely retire, so they get another physical corner to replace them.
14. Carolina – Sheldon Richardson, DT, Missouri
Sheldon Richardson reminds me of Geno Atkins, or, to compare him to NFL greats, Warren Sapp. He’s great at rushing the passer, and he’s not bad in playing the run either. He’d be a great presence in the middle of that line against three franchise QBs in the division.
15. New Orleans – Jon Hankins, DT, Ohio State
The Saints are angry at Carolina for picking Richardson, a perfect fit in their scheme. But they go with the next best thing, Jon Hankins. Sedrick Ellis is a free agent, and he’s not good anyway. Everyone on the Saints defense is old and bad, so they need to start rebuilding and they start up front.
16. St.Louis – Justin Hunter, WR, Tennessee
Last year, the Rams barely missed on Justin Blackmon and Fisher was pissed. This year, the Rams will grab their franchise WR to pair with their franchsie QB. The lack of a reliable option has been a huge disadvantage to Bradford, so this will help him immensely.
17. Pittsburgh – Alec Ogletree, ILB, Georgia
Tree comes from a 34 system in college, so he will transition well to the Pittsburgh defense. They are aging in the linebacker corp, and are needing replacements. Tree fits the Pittsburgh mold of athletic linebackers who hit hard.
18. Dallas – Jon Jenkins, NT, Georgia
The cowboys missed on JJ Watt and were targeting Dontari Poe last year. It’s obvious that they need a huge upgrade on the defensive line. In picking the massive nose tackle out of Georgia, they can move Ratliff to an end and upgrade two birds with one stone.
19. New York Giants – Ezekiel Ansah, DE, BYU
Ansah is a freak of nature. He’s a lot like Jason Pierre-Paul, in that he’s a super athlete that has a ton of potential. The Giants need a replacement for Osi, because he is likely to leave this year, and Tuck has been inconsistent. They also like to have three elite pass rushers and have been known to take fliers on prospects like Ansah.
20. Chicago – Chance Warmack, G, Alabama
The Bears are grateful that one of the best Guard prospects in recent draft history fall to them. If they pick anyone but an offensive lineman, Cutler may commit suicide so he doesn’t die on the field.
21. Cincinatti – Sam Montgomery, DE, LSU
Montgomery is lazy at LSU, but the NFL may change him. He is a very good pass rusher but is very slow off of the ball, something that may be able to be fixed. The Bengals are also known to overlook off-the-field problems. They need a pass rusher to go along with Geno Atkins and that elite interior.
22. St.Louis – Eric Fisher, OT, Central Michigan
The Rams add more to their offense, and upgrade their offensive line. They can move Saffold to a more natural right tackle position and stick Fisher in at left tackle, or allow Fisher to grow as a right tackle and keep Saffold at LT.
23. Minnesota - Bennie Logan, DT, LSU
The Vikings need to replenish on the defensive line, and have to bolster their pass rush as Jared Allen is getting older. Logan is a disruptive force in the middle and fill a huge need for the Vikings.
24. Baltimore – Kevin Minter, ILB, LSU
The Ravens are losing the greatest Middle Linebacker of all time, and now have to replace him. Minter is the leader of two great LSU defenses, and will be able to fill Ray Lewis’ void and hit the ground running.
25. Indianapolis – Jesse Williams, NT, Alabama
The Colts are transitioning to a 3-4 defense, and the biggest part of that is the need of a true nose tackle. They are able to grab one here and continue to build their young defense.
26. Seattle - Cordarrelle Patterson, WR, Tennessee
The Seahawks need upgrades in the receiving department. They are able to grab the BPA here, and fill a giant need. They may also pick Terrence Williams here, but it depends on who Carroll likes more.
27. Green Bay – Giovanni Bernard, RB, North Carolina
The Packers offense has lacked a run game for the longest time. They have a strong offensive line, but need an impact runningback that can create more after the initial hole. They get one in Bernard.
28. Houston - Terrance Williams, WR, Baylor
Andre Johnson is getting up there in age, and he’s starting to break down because of his physical style. They are able to get an athletic WR here in Williams that can be a very good #2 while Johnson is still playing and eventually kick over to #1 when he is ready.
29. San Francisco - Matt Elam, S, Florida
The 49ers safeties may both be gone after this year, and they haven’t performed to the level the rest of the defense has. Elam will bring a certain swagger to the secondary that we see on every other level of this defense.
30. Denver – Jon Cooper, G, North Carolina
The Broncos are so talented, they have the luxury of picking the best player here. They are able to get Cooper, who can fill in at G for the Broncos, and hopefully open up some more running lanes.
31. New England – Kawann Short, DE, Purdue
Short in New England’s system would play defensive end in the 3-4 packages and kcik to the insude on the 4 down linemen, he’s very versatile. He’s strong at the point of attack and can play the run well, and he can give the freedom to Chandler Jones. Think Justin Smith and Aldon Smith.
32. Atlanta – Barrett Jones, G, Alabama
The Falcons drafted Peter Konz last year, and he is shown to be too weak to play Guard. He is more of a natural center. Here, the Falcons draft someone that can that can play any position on the offensive line, specifically G or LT if Sam Baker doesn’t work out.
|01-10-2013, 07:18 PM||#7|
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Would it be okay to feature your draft on our Mock Draft Database?
Usually gets up to 500 or so drafts. Reg just started working on it yesterday and it already looks great.
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