Forum Mock: NFL Draft Selection Show
1 (207). Kansas City Chiefs - SS Don Jones, Arkansas St.
2 (208). Oakland Raiders (from Denver through San Diego & Jacksonville) - OT Chris Faulk, Louisiana St.*
3 (209). Detroit Lions (from Oakland) - OT Oday Aboushi, Virginia
4 (210). New York Jets (from Philadelphia) - OT Vinston Painter, Virginia Tech
5 (211). New York Jets (from Detroit) - RB Joseph Randle, Oklahoma St
6 (212). Philadelphia Eagles (from Cleveland) - S Cody Davis, Texas Tech
7 (213). Minnesota Vikings (from Arizona) - S Cooper Taylor, Richmond
8 (214). Minnesota Vikings (from Seattle through Buffalo) - WR Charles Johnson, Grand Valley State
9 (215). New York Jets - DE Mike Catapano, Princeton
10 (216). Tennessee Titans - WR Cobi Hamilton, Arkansas
11 (217). Miami Dolphins - S Ray Ray Armstrong, Miami
12 (218). Philadelphia Eagles (from Tampa Bay) - LB Jake Knott, Iowa State
13 (219). Oakland Raiders (from Carolina) - DT Kwame Geathers, Georgia
14 (220). Seattle Seahawks (from New Orleans) - WR Corey Fuller, Virginia Tech
15 (221). Pittsburgh Steelers (from San Diego) - TE Nick Kasa, Colorado
16 (222). St. Louis Rams - QB/TE Mike Herman, RPI
17 (223). Pittsburgh Steelers - LB Jayson DiManche, Southern Illinois
18 (224). Miami Dolphins (from Dallas) - LB Vince Williams, Florida St
19 (225). New Orleans Saints (from New York Giants) - LB Phillip Steward, Houston
20 (226). Philadelphia Eagles (from New England through Chicago through Tampa Bay) - CB Rod Sweeting, Georgia Tech
21 (227). Cleveland Browns (from San Francisco through Cincinnati) - LB Jonathan Stewart, Texas A&M
22 (228). Washington Redskins - TE Michael Williams, Alabama
23 (229). Minnesota Vikings - LB Keith Pough, Howard
24 (230). Indianapolis Colts - WR Mark Harrison, Rutgers
25 (231). Seattle Seahawks - K Caleb Sturgis, Florida
26 (232). Green Bay Packers - LB Eric Martin, Nebraska
27 (233). Houston Texans - C Mario Benavides, Louisville
28 (234). Denver Broncos - LB Brandon Hepburn, Florida A&M
29 (235). New England Patriots - CB Nickell Robey, USC
30 (236). Atlanta Falcons - OL Braden Brown, BYU
31 (237). San Francisco 49ers - NT TJ Barnes, Georgia Tech
32 (238). Baltimore Ravens - LB Steve Beauharnais, Rutgers
33 (239). Philadelphia Eagles (compensatory selection) - RB Bennie Cunningham, Mid Tenn St.
34 (240). Cincinnati Bengals (compensatory selection) - OL Roger Gaines, Tennessee St
35 (241). Seattle Seahawks (compensatory selection) - TE Joseph Fauria, UCLA
36 (242). Seattle Seahawks (compensatory selection) - DE Travis Long, Washington St
37 (243). Atlanta Falcons (compensatory selection) - DT Damian Square, Alabama
38 (244). Atlanta Falcons (compensatory selection) - WR Connor Vernon, Duke
39 (245). Detroit Lions (compensatory selection) - K Brett Maher, Nebraska
40 (246). San Francisco 49ers (compensatory selection) - TE Chris Tagg, Arkansas
41 (247). Baltimore Ravens (compensatory selection) - DT AJ Francis, Maryland
42 (248). Tennessee Titans (compensatory selection) - LB Kenny Tate, Maryland
43 (249). Atlanta Falcons (compensatory selection) - OG Travis Bond, North Carolina
44 (250). Miami Dolphins (compensatory selection) - TE Ryan Otten, San Jose St
45 (251). Cincinnati Bengals (compensatory selection) - RB Latavious Murray, UCF
46 (252). San Francisco 49ers (compensatory selection) - OT Tanner Hawkinson, Kansas
47 (253). New York Giants (compensatory selection) -
48 (254). Indianapolis Colts (compensatory selection)
WELCOME EVERYONE TO
THE 2013 NFL FOOTBALL DRAFT
HERE LIVE AT THE BEAUTIFUL RADIO CITY MUSIC HALL
IN NEW YORK CITYYYYY!!!!!!!!
ARE. YOU. READY?!!!
Chris Berman: We are just getting underway here now and are EXTREMELY excited for what this day will bring to the 32 teams that will be adding new players to their teams.
Mel Kiper: This is the BEST time of the year and I literally LIVE for these next few days!
Jon Gruden: Us coaches, we really get psyched up for the draft, but this really boils down to being a great time for the fans! They are really the driving force behind all of this!
Steve Young: From the players standpoint, I know they are really nervous and anxious to see if and where they will be picked, so this day really drives A LOT of people nuts!
Tom Jackson: Well, I expect A TON of action! Picks, Trades, Laughs and More!
Who will your team pick?
With the first overall pick in the 2013 NFL Draft, the Kansas City Chiefs proudly select:
Eric Fisher, Offensive Tackle, Central Michigan
With the 2nd Overall Pick in the 2013 NFL Draft, the Jacksonville Jaguars select
Sharrif Floyd, Defensive Tackle, University of Florida
With the 3rd Overall pick in the 2013 NFL Draft, the Oakland Raiders select:
Luke Joeckel, OT, Texas A&M
(Traded to the Detroit Lions)
With the fourth overall pick in the 2013 draft, the Buffalo Bills select
Lane Johnson OT Oklahoma
With the 5th Overall Pick in the 2013 NFL Draft, the Oakland Raiders select:
Dion Jordan, DE/OLB, Oregon
With the 6th Overall Pick in the 2013 NFL Draft, the Cleveland Browns select:
Chance Warmack, OG, Alabama
With the 7th overall pick in the 2013 NFL Draft
The Arizona Cardinals proudly select
Geno Smith, QB, West Virginia
With the 8th selection in the 2013 NFL Draft, the New York Jets select:
Dee Milliner - CB - Alabama
The New York Jets are on the clock again for the 9th selection.
With the 9th selection in the 2013 NFL Draft, the New York Jets select
Star Lotulelei - DT - Utah
With the 10th pick of the 2013 NFL Draft, the Tennessee Titans select...(opens envelope)
Ezekial "Ziggy" Ansah, Defensive End, Brigham Young University
Berman: Welcome back to our coverage of the 2013 NFL Draft! While we wait for the San Diego Chargers to make their pick, let's provide a recap of the draft picks made so far.
Kiper: Kansas City started this draft off with mild surprise there selecting Eric Fisher with the #1 overall pick. Most draft prognosticators had them taking Luke Joeckel with that pick. Joeckel is the safer pick between the 2, but there is justification for taking the side on Fisher.
Young: I was hoping Jacksonville would take QB Geno Smith with their pick. Us QBs gotta stick together! Guess they aren't ready to give up on the Blaine Gabbert project. How sick will they be if Geno goes on to be a stud?
Jackson: Well, I like who they took in Shariff Floyd. Us Defensive players gotta stick together! *hearty chuckles* Floyd fills a huge need for the Jaguars in their Defensive Line and he's a not somebody who will have to adapt to that humid Florida weather. He's plug 'n go from the start.
Kiper: He'll fill a huge need if he doesn't bust. There is a slight concern about his questionable production, but some of his tape is definitely undeniable.
Berman: Some drama occured when Oakland was on the clock. Most thought they would address defense with that pick, but they surprisingly selected Joeckel. Come to find out, minutes later they've shipped him off to Detroit! WOW! This must have been a case where both teams were talking to each other, but with time running out and a deal not quite agreed upon, Oakland had to take a bold move and select the guy they knew Detroit wanted to trade for. Imagine what would have happened if time ran out without the Raiders making a selection and the Jets running in to swoop in on Jake!
Young: Well, we know now that there were actually 3 teams gunning for that #3 pick from Oakland. After Oakland drafted Joeckel and sent him off to Detroit, BUFFALO moved in on the #4 pick to take Johnson! That made 3 OTs off the board in 4 picks! The first time in NFL Draft history! Just goes to show how important teams view that position.
Kiper: Yeah, no wonder why it took Oakland so long to make their pick. I'm sure they had Buffalo on one line and Detroit on another! Taking Joeckel who many thought would be gone at #1 was a safe enough gamble to draft because they knew they had 2 teams gunning for him and could eventually strike a deal.
Jackson: LOVE DRAFT DAY DRAMA! Buffalo is really stepping up to the plate this offseason in regards to upgrading their Offensive Line. They signed the best Guard in FA in Brandon Moore and now they've taken Lane Johnson from Oklahoma after trading up with the Jets. That's serious improvement!
Berman: And in the end, Oakland got their guy all along.... landing the speedy DE from Oregon, Dion Jordan. What a way to cap off the first 5 picks of the draft! Action, Action, Action! We expect plenty more to come so stick around folks. We're gonna take a Quick Commercial Break and be right back!
Trade has been made between the Chargers and Jets!
#Dee Milliner and 106 (4th) for 11 (1st), 76 (3rd)
With the 11th selection the New York Jets select:
Jets select Kenny Vaccaro - FS - Texas
With the 12th overall pick in the 2013 NFL Draft, the Miami Dolphins proudly select:
Cornellius Carradine, DE, Florida State
Taken from thebow's mock yesterday.
With the 13th Overall Pick the Tampa Bay Bucs select:
Xavier Rhodes CB Florida State
Berman: Wow, that was a LONG Commercial Break! Looks like Miami just made their selection by taking the Seminole DE Tank Carradine.
Kiper: That is a bit of a surprise pick. Many had rated Bjoern Werner as the higher of the 2 FSU Defensive Ends throughout the season. I thought Tank's injury would've hurt his causes, but like they say... "It only takes one team".
Gruden: NASTY! TANK is a phsycial specimen to say the least! I can see why Miami wanted the kid. He proved that his injury is behind him in his workouts.
Berman: Any other surprises so far?
Young: Well we did see the Browns take a Guard at #6. That's got to be the highest a Guard has ever been drafted before! Warmack is a stud though.
Jackson: He IS a stud. But I think the Cardinals selection of Geno Smith surprised me more! The Browns had a need along the OL, but the Cardinals just traded for Carson Palmer and all reports there were that both he and the team were excited about their future together.
Berman: Let's take it down to Mel and Todd to see what they have to say about the pick...
Todd: I think this is a great landing spot for Geno Smith. He comes into an environment where he doesn't have the pressure to be a starting QB from Day 1.
Mel: I agree with you Todd. However, this is a very questionable pick for the Cardinals. They have bigger needs to address and taking a QB here doesn't sit well with me. In today's game, college kids are coming out ready to play from Day 1. Teams with QB needs can wait till the wheels fall off with their QBs before they find their future franchise QB.
Todd: Just because it worked last year for the Colts, doesn't mean it happens every year, Mel... I can applaud Arizona for taking the old fashion route... if you want to call it that... it's been a proven means of developing a QB.
Mel: Yeah, the old fashion route screams to fans that we're gonna invest in our future (which may or may not work) and sacrifice the present. There were guys on the board that could definitely help out the Cardinals in Year 1. If you want to take a developmental QB, let me point out Matt Barkley or Ryan Nassib... 2 guys you can probably find in Round 2. I didn't like this move for Arizona.
Todd: Yeah, but neither of those guys have the upside of Geno Smith. You don't build Rome in a day Mel.... tsk tsk tsk..
The Carolina Panthers select
Cordarrelle Patterson, WR, Tennessee
With the 15th overall selection, the New Orleans Saints select:
Barkevious Mingo, OLB, LSU
With the 16th overall pick in the 2013 NFL Draft, the St. Louis Rams select wide receiver Tavon Austin, West Virginia!
Trade has been made between the Steelers and 49ers!
SF receives #17
PIT receives #31 and #74
With the 17th pick in the 2013 NFL Draft, the San Francisco 49ers select:
Johnathan Cooper, Center, University of North Carolina
WITH THE 18TH PICK IN THE 2013 NFL DRAFT THE DALLAS COWBOYS SELECT:
SHELDON RICHARDSON DT, MISSOURI
The New York Giants proudly select:
MLB Arthur Brown, Kansas State
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