Join Date: Dec 2010
7 Round Mock: AFCN-Style
1. Peter Konz*, C, Wisconsin - With Birk getting long in the tooth, the Ravens upgrade their interior line.
2. Kheeston Randall, DE, Texas - A guy that can help strengthen the Dline opposite Ngata.
3. Russell Shepard*, WR, LSU - Will help Torrey Smith spread defenses out even further.
4. Janzen Jackson*, FS, Miami - They need a guy that can replace Reed. Jackson sure has the potential.
5. Ryan Lindley, QB, San Diego St - Anyone they had behind Joe Flacco is either worthless or a free agent.
6. Casey Hayward, CB, Vanderbilt - More depth to help out an improving secondary.
7. Markus Zusevics, OT, Iowa - Ravens could use some depth at OT.
1. Dre Kirkpatrick*, CB, Alabama With the possible loss of Joseph in free agency, DK is the pick.
2. Marcus Forston*, DT, Miami Cincy needs some serious help against the run. Forston will help.
3. Travis Lewis, OLB, Oklahoma Johnson could be upgraded on the left side of the defense.
4. Chase Thomas*, DE, Stanford Odom & Geathers is fine, but they have nothing behind them. Depth is needed
5. Isaiah Pead, RB, Cincinnati The Bengals select a hometown kid to add some homerun ability to their backfield.
6. DAnton Lynn, CB/FS, Penn St Could use his size to his advantage as a free safety in the AFCN.
7. John Brantley, QB, Florida With Palmer gone, even Andy Dalton will need a backup. Is the other Palmer going to do it?
1. Jonathan Martin*, OT, Stanford Joe Thomas is elite, but Pashos could be upgraded on the right. BPA.
2. Mohamed Sanu*, WR, Rutgers Another Cribbs like athlete on the roster couldnt hurt, but Sanu is actually a great receiver as well.
3. Brandon Boykin, CB/KR, Georgia A blazing fast corner with great return ability. Could be paired with Haden for a dynamic duo.
4. Trevor Guyton, DE, California The Browns still need to build up the defense line. Sheard was a great addition, now the other side must be addressed.
5. Dan Herron, RB, Ohio St Take a chance from a homegrown boy in the mid-rounds. He has slips a bit down most teams but the Browns arent fooled.
6. Emmanuel Acho, DE, Texas Having already addressed the line and secondary, its time to take a falling star in Acho. Can play both inside and outside in a 43 front.
7. Matt Daniels, SS, Duke Speedy, hard hitting, good sized, Daniels would be a great addition to the depth at safety.
1. Robert Lester*, FS, Alabama Steelers could use some additional playmaking ability in the secondary.
2. Kevin Zeitler, OG, Wisconsin The revolving door at guard must stop. Zeitler could be a force in the running game.
3. Greg Childs, WR, Arkansas With Ward slowly gimping closer to retirement, his successor must be found. Needs to stay healthy.
4. Tank Carder, ILB, TCU A classic thumper with athleticism to pair with Timmons. Continuing the trend of sub 100 yard games.
5. Tom Compton, OT, South Dakota A dancing bull in the mold of Joe Thomas. Will need to be coached up.
6. Antonio Allen, SS, South Carolina 10.5 TFL? This big time hitter is a tackling machine that plays all over the field.
7. Asa Jackson, CB, Cal Poly The late round hunt for quality depth at corner continues. A project for sure, this speedy defender totaled 39 tackles, 2 INTs, 9 pass breakups, and two forced fumbles.
It'll be interesting to see how 2011 plays out now that it seems we'll actually have football.