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Default Three Round Mock (updated a few picks)

Round 1

1) Kansas City Chiefs – Luke Joeckel, OT, Texas A&M
Even though the Chiefs have franchised Albert they are still in dire need of another Tackle and whether they play Joeckel at LT or RT this combination would be top 5 Bookends in the league. With Alex Smith now pretty secured as the starting QB of the Chiefs it will only make him better to give him great protection, and will make Jamaal Charles just that much more dangerous.
Player Comparison – Jake Long

2) Jacksonville Jaguars – Dion Jordan, DE, Oregon
DE has been the biggest weakness of the Jaguars other than QB for a couple of seasons now and despite spending multiple picks including a high 2nd round pick last year on DE’s with lots of potential they have yet to have any of them pan out into a legit pass rusher. Jordan is the kind of player that regardless of what your scheme is now he will fit all systems. He can play DE in a 43 as well as OLB in a 43 or a 34 defense. The league’s top individual in sacks had half a sack more than the entire Jags football team and that is a major problem. Jordan is a big Fast DE who has incredible knee bend and plants his feet and changes directions with ease. His exceptional array of pass rushing moves makes him a threat to be an instant terror in the NFL. If he can add 20lbs to make him more effective vs the run Jordan will be a nightmare to guard.
Player Comparison – Jason Taylor

3) Oakland Raiders – Star Lotulelei, DT, Utah
Bryant went to the Browns, Seymour is as good as gone and Tommy Kelly was cut leaving the Raiders with just the late round Bilukidi and the newly acquired Pat Sims and Vance Walker on roster. Lotuleli is a complete Tackle who has the ability to dominate vs the run as well as get after the QB. He has been cleared medically.
Player Comparison – Haloti Ngata

4) Philadelphia Eagles – Sharrif Floyd, DE/DT, Florida
Fletcher Cox is an Up and coming player and the recently signed Isaac Sopoaga to fill the NT role alongside Antonio Dixon leaves a big hole on the front line. Floyd has the ability to play the 5-tech spot in a 34 defense as well as kick inside to defensive tackle on passing downs to create as much havoc as possible. Floyd has slightly short arms that could become a problem if he allows opposing lineman to get their hands on him and drive him out of the play. Floyd is very explosive and along with Cox should be able to create a lot of pressure on the front line of the Eagles new 34 Defense.
Player Comparison – Warren Sapp

5) Detroit Lions – Ezekiel Ansah, DE, BYU
Unfortunately Cliff Avril left Detroit for Seattle this offseason leaving a massive hole at the DE spot for the Lions. Recently signed Jason Jones is going to fill one DE spot on the line but he will not make as big of an impact as a Pass rusher on the outside as he would if there was room for him to play inside at the 3-tech where he belongs but will be filled by Nick Fairley. The cupboard bare for outside pass rusher on this Lions team and an impact pure pass rusher is needed to take pressure off of Suh and Fairley. Ansah is a very raw player still but shows an incredible motor, and flashes the ability to be dominant in the form of a Jason Pierre-Paul type player.
Player Comparison – Jason Pierre-Paul

6) Cleveland Browns – Chance Warmack, OG, Alabama
Joe Thomas and Mitchell Schwartz are good bookends but guard is still a big of a weakness for the Browns. Pinkston has a lot of potential but needs to stay healthy, and Greco and Lauvao are better off as backups than as Starters, Particularly Lauvao as he struggles in run blocking and is only an average at best pass blocker. Warmack is one of the best PLAYERS in the entire draft let alone being the best Guard in the draft. With Warmack at LG and Pinkston at RG with Alex Mack at center and Thomas and Schwartz outside this would turn Cleveland’s OL from average to one of the most complete lines in the entire League.
Player Comparison – Ben Grubbs

7) Arizona Cardinals – Eric Fisher, LT, Central Michigan
Bob Massie was solid at RT and got better as the year went on but might be better if he is moved inside to Guard which would allow the more athletic Potter to slide over to RT with Fisher playing LT giving the newly acquired Carson Palmer the much needed protection he desperately will need as he does not have the mobility to protect his self. Fisher is a fast rising prospect with exceptional feet and long arms he will be able to handle the NFL speed rusher and keep the more powerful players from getting inside his body.
Player Comparison – Joe Staley

8) Buffalo Bills – Geno Smith, QB, West Virginia
Not really worth a top 10 pick and would be much safer if he was selected in the back half of the 1st round but with a major hole at QB with the release of Fitzpatrick the Bills need to select the best available QB and the Nassib speculation is just a smoke screen as he does not have the arm strength to survive in a cold weather city like Buffalo in the NFL due to his lack of ability to drive the football down the field. Smith is very athletic but does not really like to use his running ability as he wishes to be a strictly pocket passer. He has good touch and timing on his routes but he has shown that late in the season he can lose focus and slip.
Player Comparison – Donovan McNabb

9) New York Jets – Barkevious Mingo, OLB, LSU
Too early to take Mingo based off of the tape, but off of pure ability with his unlimited upside the Jets will have to reach and take the pass rusher they so desperately need in Rex Ryan’s aggressive 3-4 Defense, and Jordan is unfortunately already off the board. Mingo really looked the part at the combine testing well but mostly looking very crisp and smooth in all the LB drills leading many to believe that he was simply playing out of position at LSU and that held back a lot of his production. With that said Mingo is still a bit raw and needs to add strength and be more heavy handed to knock tackles back in order to rip and run to the QB more often. There will be some hesitation for many on Mingo simply because he was so unproductive at LSU and was expecting a big Junior year but did not deliver as all of his sacks except one was caused by the opposing teams QB just running into him trying to get away from the far more destructive Sam Montgomery who was by far and away the best DE on the team.
Player Comparison – Kamerion Wimbley

10) Tennessee Titans – Dee Milliner, CB, Alabama
In a pass happy league and particularly as the Titans are in a division with Reggie Wayne, Andre Johnson and Justin Blackmon a true #1 CB is a necessity. McCourty is an excellent #2 CB but is not a shutdown CB, and drafting Milliner will allow Verner to be moved to the Nickelback spot which is where his skill set is best suited for and this will allow him to maximize his ball skills. Milliner has good ball skills and fluid hips, although he can get a little sloppy in his back petal at times. Milliner has the skill set of a true NFL #1 CB coverage wise and is also very physical not only with WR but coming up and taking on RB’s.
Player Comparison – Mike McKenzie

11) San Diego Chargers – Lane Johnson, LT Oklahoma
I am pretty sure they know that King Dunlap is not their LT starter this year and he may not even be their RT starter. Rivers is coming off a couple of average to below average season and Mike McCoy will have to figure out how to get Rivers to return to his former glory and a big way to helping that out is to give him the blindside defender he has not had in a very long time. Johnson is still developing into a LT and is already one of the best Tackles in the draft; he is an ex-QB/TE/DE who shows that kind of lateral ability and that kind of footwork. Johnson excels vs speed rushers and is powerful enough to hold his own vs the bigger stronger DE’s and LB’s in the NFL.
Player Comparison – Nick Solder

12) Miami Dolphins – Desmond Trufant, CB, Washington
With the loss of Sean Smith to the Chiefs in FA, the massive disappointment of Richard Marshall and recently signed Brent Grimes about to turn 30 and coming off a serious injury a #1 CB in a pass happy league is necessary. Trufant has excellent speed both in a straight line as well as change of direction speed. Trufant has the long arms, fluid hips and ball skills that teams are coveting. Trufant is not much of a run stuffer yet but he glides in coverage, making it very difficult for WRs to get the ball, his instincts are terrific.
Player Comparison – Champ Bailey

13) New York Jets (Tampa) – DJ Fluker, RT, Alabama
Howard was solid as a pass protector and run stuffer; however, he is not the answer as the starter and is better being depth like his skill set suggests. Fluker has incredibly long arms and is a dominant run blocker who man handles his opponents at will. Fluker plays the pass well but struggles with speed.
Player Comparison – Phil Loadholt

14) Carolina Panthers – Sheldon Richardson, DT, Missouri
DRAFT A DAMN 1ST ROUND DT ALREADY CAROLINA, good lord how many years does DT need to be their biggest weakness before they decide to fill the whole in the 1st round with a dominant DT that is desperately needed in Rivera’s Defensive line. Richardson is arguably the Best Rush DT in the draft. A solid good run stuffer who is very quick twitch and explosive.
Player Comparison – Kevin Williams

15) New Orleans Saints – Jarvis Jones, OLB, Georgia
The Move to a 3-4 Defense is always a hard transition to make; however, making the transition without a consistent physical pass rusher would be a nightmare and the saints would be again in the bottom 10 of the NFL as teams would have to long to gut their defense leading to many more shootouts that will not end in the Saints favor as Brees is too much of a gambler and a gunslinger. Jones was once considered a top 5 player, coming off a great season; however, after a piss poor showing at his pro day in the agility drills his stock has suffered, although he looked very good in the LB drills. Jones has been cleared medically but with an *asterisk that he can play but may reinjure his neck in a freak accident. Jones is still an outstanding Pass Rusher as he is very quick, takes excellent angles and has a wide array of pass rush moves.
Player Comparison – Jerome Harrison

16) St. Louis Rams – Cordarrelle Patterson, WR, Tennessee
Jared Cook was a huge Sign finally giving Bradford a TE, Quick needs to develop still and Given gives them a nice deep threat but with the loss of Danny Amendola and the loss of Brandon Gibson, leaves the same whole the Rams have had since they lost Torry Holt many years ago. Sam Bradford will never be a dominant QB he was drafted to be however he is a capable starter and should be better if they can get him some consistent players to the throw the ball to and that starts with a true #1 WR. Patterson has some questions after being a 1 year wonder coming from the Junior College realm; however, he is very physical and fast WR who can go up and snatch the ball out of the air and dominant CB’s making Bradford look good. Bradford may not be a star but he can make all the throws it’s time to go get him someone to throw the ball to.
Player Comparison – David Boston

17) Pittsburgh Steelers – Tavon Austin, WR, West Virginia
The loss of Mike Wallace to this down the field high powered offense will be hard to replace. Emmanuel Sanders has signed with the Pats although there is a chance the Steelers can match; however, that is not proven yet and the Steelers have never been one to not fill the void left by a FA even if it fills that they have a replacement on the roster. Austin is a dynamic down the field threat that CB’s will find hard to cover and to jam due to his explosion off the line, his small stature, and his world class speed that if a CB blinks Austin is already 10 yards past him. Austin is a versatile threat and to me is a more durable Percy Harvin that can play outside, in the slot or even in the backfield when the Steelers really would like to spread it out.
Player Comparison – Percy Harvin

18) Dallas Cowboys – Kenny Vaccaro, FS, Texas
Safety has long been the biggest need for the Cowboys and they time and time again have drafted mid round guys hoping they could step up and start and that has not worked out as of yet. Will Allen was recently signed and is a good fit for the new Kiffin driven Tampa-2 that he will implement; however, Bruce Carter is a better option as a starting Safety than Barry Church or Matt Johnson are which is saying a lot as Carter is an up and coming outside LB. Vaccaro is the deep centerfielder that teams in the NFL need now due to all the spread and Split TE sets that attack down the field. Vaccaro can play CB in a pinch and won’t have trouble shadowing TE’s and removing them from plays with his cover ability and instincts. The thing that separates Vaccaro from the rest of the class is how complete a player he is, while he won’t blow up a WR with that big flashy hit that guys like Cyprien will but he is a very sound tackler who raps up well and does not miss a lot of tackles.
Player Comparison – Michael Huff

19) New York Giants – Jonathan Cooper, G/C, North Carolina
Diehl is a solid tackle but would be a better guard so going after a big physical RT here like Fluker would be nice but an upgrade at Center might be the better option. David Baas is a solid player but with his age and lack of agility he might be better being moved to OG allowing Cooper to slide into the Center spot. His movement ability to get off the snap and drive opposing DT back will be a big improvement to the run game opening big holes for Wilson now that he is expected to take over for Bradshaw not to mention a vastly improved pass blocker in Cooper would help keep Manning off the ground.
Player Comparisons - Alan Faneca

20) Chicago Bears – Alec Ogletree, MLB, Georgia
Brian Urlacher was the heart and soul of the Bears defense for the last 10 years and now they will need to find a new face of the new defense. Ogletree is a very Urlacher like backer, being that he is in the hybrid safety/Linebacker mold. Ogletree really looks the part, he is a big, fast backer that can make plays all over the field and even excels dropping into zone coverage. He needs to learn to take on blockers better but Urlacher does not do that well either so it can be covered up and should not be an issue.
Player Comparison – Derek Brooks

21) Cincinnati Bengals – Eddie Lacy, RB, Alabama
The loss of Cederic Benson has been harder to replace than originally expected and the addition of BenJarvus Green-Ellis has been a lack luster one. This is not to say Green-Ellis did not have an ok season but he lacked the explosion the Bengals were looking for from the position, was not the tough short yardage runner they thought they were getting when they signed the 220lbs back. Lacy is not as explosive as Richardson but he has good agility, plays low to the ground, and falls forward. Lacy is a bowling ball that just rumbles over individuals, he won’t be the flashy Adrian Peterson type of runner but 1400-1700 yards a year is not out of the question for Lacy.
Player Comparison – Jamal Lewis

22) St. Louis Rams (Redskins) – Justin Pugh, LG, Syracuse
Guard is a big point of weakness among the St. Louis front line; now with the addition of Jake Long which allows Roger Saffold to move over to RT where he belongs. The Rams need to feel their hole at Guard, this will improve their run game as well as help keep Bradford healthy and upright as he tends to hold on to the ball. Pugh is one of the most complete OL in the entire draft his stock however, is greatly diminished by his short arms which keep him from being a legit option at LT in the NFL and his lack of pure power makes him better suited to play LG than RT. Pugh is a superior pass protector than run blocker but is not a weakness in the run game and his excellent mobility an great feet will help to be able to get to the second level effortlessly.
Player Comparison – Sam Baker

23) Minnesota Vikings – Jesse Williams, DT, Alabama
Most see Williams as strictly a NT; however, he is very athletic with a strong core allowing him to anchor and his ability to drive guards and centers back will free up not only the excellent, albeit aging outside pass rush of the Vikings to be much more destructive in a division where all their rivals have franchise top 15 NFL QB’s.
Player Comparison – Jay Ratliff

24) Indianapolis Colts – Xavier Rhodes, CB, FSU
Vontae Davis Was a really solid Acquisition last season, and Greg Toler was a big pick up this offseason as a free agent however he has dealt with multiple injuries and cannot be counted on to play in every game. Butler is a solid nickel and dime CB as he is very good in coverage but struggles vs the run so he is not a legit option to replace the often injured Toler on the outside if/when he gets injured. Rhodes can be the answer to their problems, a very good cover CB with above average speed and great size allows him to play effectively in the slot or outside as a starting CB.
Player Comparison – Dre Kirkpatrick

25) Minnesota Vikings (Seattle) – Bjoern Werner, DE, FSU
Jared Allen is getting older and so is the newly turned on Brian Robison. Everson Griffen really came on strong last season but is more of a situational pass rushing specialist. Werner is not the top 10 Prospect that some made him out to be earlier in the draft process but he is a strong pass rusher with his snap anticipation and strong hands that he uses to set the age and control tackles before making a quick spin move to the inside to get after the QB.
Player Comparison – Poor Man’s Chris Long

26) Green Bay Packers – Sylvester Williams, DE, North Carolina
A boom or bust player, Williams has the ability to be dominant and is nearly unstoppable when he is on game and really gets going; however, throughout his career he has been a hot and cold running player, who played much more consistent his senior year but wore down late in games. This is not a problem if he is allowed to rest throughout the game. Packers are the perfect landing spot for Williams as he fits the 5-tech really well as he is very good anchoring vs the run while not being a great pass rusher. The depth of the Packers with last year’s draft picks Worthy and Daniels as well as Neal if he can get healthy gives the Packers the depth needed to consistently shuffle DE’s to keep everyone healthy and going 100% all game.
Player Comparison – Terrance Knighton

27) Houston Texans – Keenan Allen, WR, California
Kevin Walter was recently cut and a #2 WR next to Johnson who can take over as the teams #1 WR in the near future is needed. Allen is a big physical WR that has a great catch radius, boxes out his defender well so only he has a chance to get the ball, has great hands and is a physical and aggressive blocker that is very important in Houston’s Aggressive Rushing Offense.
Player Comparison – Anquan Boldin

28) Denver Broncos – Cornellius (Tank) Carradine, DE, FSU
Elvis was cut after a strange contract snafu and then feeling unwanted by the Broncos took less money to go play for the world champion Ravens. This leaves a hole in the defense as Robert Ayers has been a bust and proven to be nothing more than a situational player so the spot opposite the up and coming Derek Wolfe is a big hole. Carradine is coming off an injury otherwise he would be long gone probably in the top 15. Carradine is an explosive player who despite being overshadowed by teammates Jenkins and Bjoern is not only the better player but the better Pass rusher who will make his presence felt immediately. Carradine turns speed into power well, shows very solid hand placement and the wide array of pass rush moves will help the Broncos not feel the impact of losing a 10+ sacks a year guy.
Player Comparison – Simeon Rice

29) New England Patriots – Johnathan Cyprien, S, Florida International
Small school kid who really lays the boom. Very athletic kid who has great instincts and is always around the football. Played in the box predominately at Florida International but when he was asked to drop into coverage and play in some zone he showed the ability to make plays on the ball. His lack of experience as a cover safety will hurt him and keep him from starting day one but he is suppose to have a strong work ethic and will do whatever it takes to be a great football player. Patriots need a young safety that can take over full time from the vets that were brought in to do the job after letting the highly talented Patrick Chung leave in free agency.
Player Comparison – Adrian Wilson

30) Atlanta Falcons – Tyler Eifert, TE, Notre Dame
Tony Gonzales has agreed to come back for another year but that is only a temporary solution and will bring this problem up once again next season if the Falcons don’t deal with it now. Eifert was battling with Ertz to be the top TE in the class but really separated himself at the combine when he showed superior athleticism. Eifert has great hands, a big wide frame and exceptional ball skills. Taking a year to learn from one of the all-time greats is just what Eifert needs to really step out and become the player Ryan needs him to be. Personally I don't think Eifert or Ertz deserve to go top 50.
Player Comparison – More Athletic Kyle Rudolph

31) San Francisco 49ers – Jonathan Jenkins, NT, Georgia
Glenn Dorsey was just signed to replace Isaac Sopoaga as the team’s new NT, however there is no proof that this is going to work out as Dorsey has never played the NT spot consistently before. Jenkins is a luxury pick however with a deep talented team like the Niners and with so many picks available the Niners have the ability to reach and take a player that could be special as a NT and make it so much easier for Brooks and Smith to get after the QB.
Player Comparison – Tony Saragossa

32) Baltimore Ravens – Manti Te’o, ILB, Notre Dame
Harbaugh tried his best to seem uninterested in Te’o at the combine and leads many to believe that they are interested in the young backer. Te’o needs to clear the interview process but after that he is a very good player, who is instinctive, and a playmaker. He is not the prospect some have made him out to be, but he is still a very good player and has shown the leadership ability at ND to lead the Ravens to believe that he can be the emotional leader of the Ravens Defense taking over for the future Hall of Famer Ray Lewis.
Player Comparison – James Laurinaitis

Round 2
1. Jacksonville Jaguars – Menelik Watson, RT, FSU
Gabbert shows flashes of ability but has yet to show any consistency, although he has yet to play a full season with Jones-Drew Healthy or any real WRs. Henne looked ok late in the season and really helped develop Blackmon and Shorts but he is not the future and is better off staying as a backup. The biggest problem hurting Gabbert was his Offensive Line that gave up 50 sacks on the season which is unacceptable. Watson is still very raw but he is a big physical kid with a lot of talent who has gotten better every year and while he has only played football for a couple of years he shows the potential to turn into an excellent RT in the NFL. Watson has surprisingly nimble feet and the ability to perhaps turn into an NFL LT in time.
Player Comparison – Tyron Smith

2. San Francisco 49ers (Chiefs) – Justin Hunter, WR, Tennessee
Big Fast WR, at 6’4 200lbs Hunter is a very tough WR to defend. Hunter does not get the recognition that his teammate Patterson gets due to his freakish athletic ability, however whenever u turn on the tape Hunter is the one that jumps out. Hunter’s biggest problem is he can disappear on tape when the ball is not coming his way, but despite that when Tennessee needed to make a play Bray went after Hunter not Patterson.
Player Comparison – Kenny Britt

3. Philadelphia Eagles – Jamar Taylor, CB, Boise State
Brandon Boykin showed flashes late last season and Bradley Fletcher has been brought in to be one of the starting CB’s. The trouble with Fletcher is that he has a deep injury history, however when he is healthy he shows the promise of being a really good starting CB. This still leaves Philly with a hole at Nickelback and potentially someone who can start for the often injured Fletcher. Taylor is a good size CB who lives by his instincts, and shows natural cover ability and fluid hips to cover all over the field. Taylor shows good ball skills but not great ball skills and this will never be a strong part of his game. Taylor plays the run but vs the bigger backs is not much a help other than to simply slow the back down for others to come over and make the play.
Player Comparison – Orlando Scandrick

4. Detroit Lions – DeAndre Hopkins, WR, Clemson
Calvin Johnson is a freak of nature and is clearly the best player in the NFL at his position; however, he cannot be the only target for Matthew Stafford if they wish to become a contender. Broyles has shown flashes of big time ability but his injury history in college as well as during his short NFL career makes him a player that cannot be counted on to start on the outside. Hopkins is a great WR; while he does not have electrifying speed the Lions don’t really need that with Johnson already on the roster so it’s ok. Hopkins is a very quick player who gets in and out of his breaks smoothly, runs crisp routes and has big soft hands that allow him to catch the ball naturally. Hopkins is not afraid to play over the middle and excels at making the catch and then making guys miss to extend the play.
Player Comparison – Roddy White

5. Cincinnati Bengals (Oakland) – Matt Elam, SS, Florida
Elam is a football player; nothing better can be said about him. Elam makes a lot of plays in coverage and is not afraid to come up into the box and take on RB’s. Elam has a high football IQ and his instincts always keeps him in the play, while his deep speed and cover ability will allow him to lineup on slot WR’s in nickel coverage. Potential to be a real ball hawking safety in the NFL.
Player Comparisons – Darren Sharper

6. Arizona Cardinals – Matt Barkley, QB, USC
I won’t be surprised if the Cardinals jump into the back of the draft and make a trade with the Packers, Texans, Broncos, pats or Niners to jump up and take Barkley. Barkley is a solid player and has a lot of things u like about him, from his High Football IQ, excellent work ethic, accuracy and ability to lead a team in the huddle Barkley shows he can be a NFL QB. The negatives on Barkley are worse however, He has an average at best arm and cannot make all the NFL throws, has an extensive injury history, and he may be tapped out potentially. The Cardinals just traded for Palmer for pennies on the dollar giving them a short term starter but a long term QB has to be in the cards. Arizona’s great weather and lack of snow games should help cover up Barkley’s arm strength, not to mention playing with the super talented Larry Fitzgerald.
Player Comparisons – Matt Schaub

7. Cleveland Browns – (supplemental Draft No Pick)

8. New York Jets – Giovani Bernard, RB, North Carolina
Shonn Greene wore out his welcome and was let walk as a free agent, leaving the largely unproven Bilal Powell the starting job going into the season however with only 123 career carriers and a career high of 19 carries in one game the Jets cannot afford to stand pat at RB and not bring in someone to not only compete but spell Powell and the recently acquired Goodson who is coming off only a 35 carry season. Bernard has an uncanny ability of catching the ball out of the backfield and makes defenders miss allowing him to pick up lots of extra yards. A very explosive back that makes great cuts and packs a bigger punch than a back his size leaves defenders to think. Bernard has some durability issues, including a major knee surgery and there are concerns he is not very mature which could lead to off the field trouble.
Player Comparisons – Jacquizz Rodgers

9. Tennessee Titans – Kevin Minter, MLB, LSU
Akeem Ayers and Zach Brown came on real strong last season and are showing the promise of becoming a great LB core being built around there amazing athletic ability. The one big problem is Colin McCarthy he is an excellent football player and when he is on the field is a difference maker; however, he was injury prone in college and that seems to be carrying on in the NFL. Of 32 possible games in his career McCarthy has only played 20 games. Minter is an excellent football player with a very high football IQ, and an instinctive player who is always around the football making plays. Minter does not have the sideline to sideline range that McCarthy does however; he is far more consistent and durable which will allow the Titans to bring McCarthy off the bench as a specialist. This will hopefully keep him healthy while allowing him to still make plays in specialty packages and on special teams.
Player Comparisons – London Fletcher

10. Buffalo Bills – Aaron Dobson, WR, Marshall
Steve Johnson is a very good #1 WR, although he needs to be more consistent with his hands, however after Johnson there is little to no depth behind him. TJ Graham was drafted in the mid-rounds last year and showed some ability to be an explosive slot WR. The addition of Dobson will give the Bills a true #2 and Geno Smith the WRs he will need if he is to survive in the NFL. Dobson’s biggest weakness is that he did not play vs top competition, but this is not hurting him as much because of his size and speed, his big hands that allow him to snatch everything as a natural hands catcher and his leaping ability and instincts that lets him high point the ball. Dobson makes great uses of his big frame boxing CB’s out so that they cannot make a play on the football.
Player Comparisons – Sidney Rice

11. Miami Dolphins – Arthur Brown, OLB, Kansas State
Darnell Ellerbe and Phillip Wheeler were great free agent pickups for this 43 defense but a playmaker is still needed. Brown is a playmaker and despite his lack of height he has great instincts that allow him to always be around the ball. Brown can also be used as a situational rusher as he excels at getting off blocks, which makes him such a good Run defender.
Player Comparisons – NaVorro Bowman

12. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Datone Jones, DE, UCLA
The Bucs best DE left for Seattle as a free agent leaving Clayborn and Bowers as the team’s starting Edge Rushers, however Bowers has yet to show he can stay healthy and Clayborn is coming off a serious injury. Even with both healthy neither projects as a dynamic pass rusher, despite both being able to get after the QB they are both better setting the edge. Jones is another big DE like Clayborn at 6’4 285lbs however he is more explosive and has a wider array of pass rush moves. Jones plays the run well but he specializes at getting after the QB with his size, his power, and his snap anticipation that allows him to get off the ball quickly and get Tackles on their heels before they have a chance to react to.
Player Comparison - Justin Tuck

13. Carolina Panthers – Johnthan Banks, CB, Mississippi State
Captain Munnerlyn is an up and coming star and the recently signed DJ Moore is looking to prove he is a starting NFL CB but another CB is in need. Banks has lost some of his momentum that he had going into the draft season after being shown up athletically by his teammate Slay and then failing to break a 4.6 40. Banks is a Big CB with very good instincts, has fluid hips but not as fluid as one would desire for a #1 CB, and is an aggressive tackler who is not afraid to come up and play the run. Has a lot of similarities to Charles Woodson’s game after he came to GB and was used as a jack of all trade, in coverage, as a Blitzer on TE’s and even playing in the box against the run. This is the kind of player that Banks is and he can do a little bit of everything and he has the ball skills and soft hands to make QB‘s pay who try and test him.
Player Comparison – Charles Woodson


14. New Orleans Saints – (Forfeited in Bounty Gate)

15. San Diego Chargers – Jonathan Hankins, NT, Ohio State
Corey Liuget and Kendall Reyes were absolutely fantastic last season and should just be getting better as they are both only 23 years old. Cam Thomas was ok last season as a NT but is more of a backup that u need to spell your starting NT, not as a full time starter. Hankins was once considered the top DT in the draft due to his massive size, athletic ability and ability to anchor. What Hankins lacks in pass rushing ability he more than makes up for by being an unmovable object. Hankins has very heavy hands, played entire games in college however he wore down and in the NFL will need to be spelled in order to keep him effective all game and all season long. A two down player that will be worthless in pure pass situations.
Player Comparisons – Sam Adams

16. St. Louis Rams – Khaseem Greene, OLB, Rutgers
Laurinaitis is not flashy but is a staple of this defense and is always around the football, Jo-Lonn Dunbar overachieved a bit but had a very good year but a big hole is left in this LB core. Greene can fill this hole as he excels in coverage and is a sound tackler who wraps up well but does not give the devastating blow rather depending on his speed and instincts.
Player Comparisons – Lance Briggs

17. Dallas Cowboys – Kawann Short, DT, Purdue
Moving from a 34 to a 43 is a lot easier than doing it the other way around, but if u do not have good DT’s in a 43 defense u will be gutted not only by the run but by opposing QBs as they will have all day to throw the ball. Short is a complete DT, he is a very quick agile pass rusher who knows how to use his athletic ability, and quick feet to get into the backfield but also is solid vs the run and while he will never be a wall if he can develop better hand use he could develop into a good starter in the NFL.
Player Comparisons – Mike Neal

18. Pittsburgh Steelers – Montee Ball, RB, Wisconsin
Mendenhall was let go, Dwyer is on a one year contract and may not take the next step so a replacement needs to be drafted. Ball is a small physical runner who lacks speed but makes up for this by having tremendous vision and not hesitating to hit holes. Ball is a perfect fit for the physical downhill running style that the Steelers have. Might have to many carries on his body to last in the NFL.
Player Comparisons – Ron Dayne

19. New York Giants – Damontre Moore, DE, Texas A&M
The loss of Osi needs to be counteracted and Moore will fill that hole nicely. Moore was a bit overrated and not the athlete he was believed to be which lowered his stock because he could no longer play OLB in the NFL. Moore is an aggressive pass rusher but he is merely an off the bench specialist he lacks the bulk and strength to anchor vs the run.
Player Comparisons – John Abraham

20. Chicago Bears – Blidi Wreh-Wilson, CB, UCONN
Jennings and Tillman are great starting CB’s but Bowman has regressed over the last few seasons and Hayden is not really an upgrade over DJ Moore. Wreh-Wilson is a big tall CB with amazing athletic ability and some what fluid hips that allow him to glide across the field with ease. While not ever going to be a #1 CB in the NFL he will thrive as a nickelback allowing him to use his ball skills and athletic ability to make plays all over the field.
Player Comparisons – Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie

21. Washington Redskins – Zach Ertz, TE, Stanford
Fred Davis resigned but he has been injured quite often and a replacement or at the very least a backup is important to find. Ertz is not a great TE and not the prospect he is made out to be in my opinion but he has speed, and good size with long arms and soft hands, but his lack of any interest in blocking really hurts his stock and keeps him from being an elite TE prospect.
Player Comparisons – Jon Carlson

22. Minnesota Vikings – Robert Alford, CB, Southern Louisiana
Antoine Winfield might be back next season but he is still on his way out and a replacement will need to be found. Alford is older than one would prefer of a rookie at 25 years old but he has shown all the necessary skills to be a very good NFL CB. Alford is very instinctive and has excellent cover skills but needs to still develop his ball skills as well as show more of a willingness to come up and play the run.
Player Comparisons – Cortland Finnegan

23. Cincinnati Bengals – Sio Moore, OLB, UCONN
A dynamic sideline to sideline player is all that this LB core is missing next to two big physical LB that punish teams. Moore is the fastest riser of the entire draft and is a guy who can do a little of everything, he is a very disciplined player who quickly reads and diagnosis plays than is a very sound tackler who wraps up well. Moore even has the athletic ability to cover TE’s. A true Weak-side LB that needs to learn to shed blocks better.
Player Comparisons – Lavonte David

24. Miami Dolphins (Colts) – Robert Woods, WR, USC
Recently acquired Mike Wallace is a true #1 and the Fins have nice depth in the slot with Hartline and Bess but another dynamic player would be a nice addition. Woods is a very dynamic player and has great hands. His Junior year was not great but he has a lot of Upside.
Player Comparisons – Torry Holt

25. Green Bay Packers – Terron Armstead, LT, Arkansas-Pine Bluff
Sherrod has yet to stay healthy, Newhouse belongs inside at Guard or at RT, Andrew Datko has a lot of ability and we believe he may be able to play LT one day but with his injury history in college he cannot be counted on, and most importantly we need to leave Bryan Bulaga on the right side where he belongs and is among the league’s very best at what he does but his short arms will make him a train wreck at LT. Armstead shows great feet and agility, he is strong and has good technique however he needs to gain experience playing at the higher level of play. Armstead may not be ready until mid-season to take over if not his 2nd year but Newhouse can hold the job down for one more year if Sherrod or Datko don’t step up. Despite all the players the packers have used on Offensive Tackles in recent years this seems like an unnecessary pick however until they get it right and find their future LT to protect their most valuable player in Rodgers we need to keep drafting tackles. Armstead is a small school guy but we have not had a lot of luck with guys that were sure thing LT’s (Bulaga plays RT) or talented LT’s (Sherrod) or even late round LT’s in Newhouse or Datko so it’s time to do something new and go with the small school super talented kid that looks like he can hang with the big boys, as we have had a lot of success with small school players particularly on our Offensive Line.
Player Comparison – Duane Brown

26. Seattle Seahawks – Darius Slay, CB, Mississippi State
A Height/Weight/Speed player who was overshadowed by his more well-known teammate Jonathan Banks. Despite playing next to Banks and most attention being given to Banks, Slay was actually the better CB as a senior. Slay was targeted more often and gave up only half the yards per catch that Banks did and showed the superior ball skills. The big knock on Slay is he is still developing his instincts.
Player Comparisons – Tracy Porter

27. Houston Texans – DJ Hayden, CB, Houston
Local Texas kid who makes plays all over the field but after a freak devastating accident during a game that caused him to tear the main artery that pumps blood to the heart, his stock has slipped as he has not played football in a while. Might end up being a real steal.
Player Comparisons – Charles Tillman

28. Denver Broncos – DJ Swearinger, SS, South Carolina
Quinton Carter is never going to be a starter and Mike Adams while solid leaves a lot to be desired. Swearinger is a Physical player who lays out his opponents with ease and is always looking to make the big hit. Swearinger is ok in coverage but he will never be mistaken for a cover safety.
Player Comparisons – Bernard Pollard

29. New England Patriots – Quinton Patton, WR, Louisiana Tech
Very Quick WR who makes the most of his agility by running crisp routes and making individuals miss once the ball is in his hands. Patriots may not need a WR desperately but Amendola cannot be counted on to stay healthy all year as he never has before. Not really a need if the Pats do not match their offer to Sanders.
Player Comparisons – Brandon Lloyd

30. Atlanta Falcons – Margus Hunt, DE, Southern Methodist
Very Raw Player still, and at 26 years old is still learning the game but with his size and athletic ability he is worth the risk as he shows flashes of being unblockable. Hunt needs to work to keep his knees bent and not get so tall where tackles can drive him out of plays, that way he can hold his leverage. Hunt will make an instant impact on special teams after blocking 17 field goals in college, and his hustle ability will make him a good off the bench player for a year while he learns to step up and be the complete DE that the Falcons thought they had when they signed Ray Edwards away from the Vikings.
Player Comparisons – JJ Watts

31. San Francisco 49ers – Travis Frederick, C/G, Wisconsin
Niners have the luxury of lots of picks and very few holes, they are drafting for the future as well as for depth. Frederick is the top rated Center on most people’s board. This is because he is an excellent run stopper and is really in his comfort zone run blocking, however he is a capable pass protector. His awareness and toughness are on display at all times, and Frederick comes with the versatility to play Guard as well as Center.
Player Comparisons – Dough Legursky

32. Baltimore Ravens – Eric Reid, S, LSU
Ed Reed was replaced by Michael Huff but the loss of Bernard Pollard who was cut has yet to be replaced. Reid is a tough player who does a little bit of everything but does not really excel at anything but he also has no real weakness.
Player Comparisons – LaRon Landry

Round 3

1. Kansas City Chiefs – Tyler Wilson, QB, Arkansas
Alex Smith is the immediate starter but he is not a franchise QB so if the Chiefs can find one and groom him over the next few years that is what they are going to do. Wilson if he can return to his junior form he will be an excellent NFL QB. Wilson has an above average arm that can make all the throws and has shown flashes of great accuracy but needs to be more consistent and having two or three seasons to sit and learn from a great leader and hard work like Alex Smith might be just what Wilson needs to develop into that Franchise QB the Chiefs need.
Player Comparisons – Brodie Croyle

2. Jacksonville Jaguars – Johnathan Franklin, RB, UCLA
Maurice Jones-Drew is on the last year of his deal and does not seem real interested in coming back, and last year’s rookie Todman is nothing more than a change of pace back. Franklin is an explosive back who excels making one cut and running downhill. Despite his size Franklin is not an outside the tackles guy he is a physical back who packs a much bigger punch than a back his size should. Franklin is explosive does not fumble the ball, has good hands out of the backfield and while he is not a great pass blocker he shows the technique to develop into a blocker.
Player Comparisons – Priest Holmes

3. Detroit Lions – Jelani Jenkins, OLB, Florida
Great game speed and amazing instincts, added to that he has pretty solid blitzing ability as he has good timing. Jenkins is sideline to sideline and will be completely at home playing in zone coverage taking on TE’s at the next level. Has a lot of Zach Thomas to his game in the way that he excels in coverage despite his size and is an great wrap up tackler.
Player Comparisons – Zach Thomas

4. Oakland Raiders – Gavin Escobar, TE, San Diego State
Unfortunately the Raiders were forced to let Myers go after he finally started to develop into a very capable pass catching as well as blocking TE. This is a huge blow as Gordon is more of a pure inline blocker with no real receiving talent as of yet, and Ausberry is a former WR that can stretch the field but cannot block even slightly. Escobar is widely considered the 3rd best TE but he lacks true field spreading speed that Eifert and Ertz have. Escobar has great hands, a huge frame with big hands and long arms at 6’6 250lbs he is a better Blocker than the top two TE’s. I don’t see stardom in Escobar’s future but he will be an upgrade over Gordon and Ausberry, barring one of them having a huge breakout season no one expects.
Player Comparison – Todd Heap

5. Philadelphia Eagles – EJ Manuel, QB, FSU
Michael Vick is not the future but while a QB is being developed he will hold down the fort. Manuel is a big physical kid with a very good arm and great legs. On paper Manuel is a top 15 QB but he needs to gain more consistency; time behind a veteran so he is not rushed might be just what it takes to turn him into a Starting QB. In Kelly’s new spread scheme Manuel will be a perfect fit as he has the legs to escape if he needs to and the arm to make all the throws. Manuel at times struggles to handle pressure so playing mostly out of the shotgun will give him more time to make his reads.
Player Comparisons – Josh Freeman

6. Cleveland Browns – Terrance Williams, WR, Baylor
Gordon is the teams #1 WR and came on real strong last season, Little while inconsistent still shows enough promise that the Browns are not ready to give up on him as a #2 WR. Williams is not anywhere near as good a prospect as some have made him out to be; however, as a slot WR who will be used predominately to stretch the defense he can excel and give Weeden a legit down the field threat.
Player Comparisons – Ashley Lelie

7. Arizona Cardinals – Le’Veon Bell, RB, Michigan State
Ryan Williams is injury prone so the Cardinals brought in Rashard Mendenhall only problem is he is injury prone as well so a 3rd RB to compete and as insurance is important. Mendenhall only has a one year deal and Williams is more of a change of pace back due to the injuries than a starting back so Bell is a smart pick. A big back at 6’1 230lbs, Bell is a between the tackle player that does not make many cuts he just puts his head down and runs downhill. Bell has surprisingly soft hands, and shows natural catching ability and is the best blocking back in the draft.
Player Comparisons – LeGarrette Blount

8. Tennessee Titans – Sam Montgomery, DE, LSU
Morgan has been a bit better as a pass rusher last season playing with more consistency but still has yet to play up to what he was drafted to be. Wimbley was not a great addition, and Klug took a step back making a dynamic pass rusher important. Montgomery is an underrated Pass rusher as he is such a dynamic run defender setting the edge with ease and controlling opposing lineman at his will. Montgomery is never going to be a guy that runs around his opponents with his speed or athletic ability but he has great hand placement with big heavy hands and a thick lower body that allows him to plant and drive his tackle back allowing him to use a spin move, bull rush or rip move to get after the QB.
Player Comparison – Charles Johnson

9. Buffalo Bills – Jamie Collins, OLB, Southern Mississippi
Will have to transition to an OLB in the NFL but has the kind of freakish athletic ability that will make it not only possible but a perfect match. A highly productive sack artist in college, who will give the Bills an aggressive pass rusher that they don’t currently have on roster for when they are in their 34 defense.
Player Comparisons – Poor Mans DeMarcus Ware 

10. New York Jets – Tyler Bray, QB, Tennessee
Mark Sanchez is starting to fall apart at the seams in NY and may need a change of scenery in order to get his career back on track. Bray is an interesting QB because from his size and arm talent and the division he played in, with so many weapons he should have been a top 10 pick and the 1st QB off the board. Despite not really stepping into his throws most of the time, he still managed to be around 60% with a 3:1 TD to INT rate in the SEC which says something about the QB. If he can handle the NY media attention and learn to tweak his technique just slightly to increase his accuracy, Bray could not only be the steal of the draft he could end up being the best QB of the draft. Going in round 3 might be best for Bray as he would not come in with any immediate expectations and will give him the time he needs to develop before he starts.
Player Comparisons – Vinny Testaverde

11. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Ricky Wagner, RT, Wisconsin
It seems like every year we are getting another big White OT out of Wisconsin that works his way into a team’s starting lineup as a Rookie. Wagner won’t be any different; he is more of a run blocker than a pass blocker at the moment but has the length, strength and long arms to hold his own on the right side.
Player Comparisons – Mark Tauscher

12. San Francisco 49ers (Panthers) – Corey Lemonier, OLB, Auburn
Another luxury pick, Niners have so many picks and so few holes that they can just start taking the best players available that fit their scheme. Lemonier is a little raw but should be a very nice situational pass rusher in the NFL. Brooks and Smith can come out of the game more readily to rest up with a guy capable of keeping pressure on the QB like Lemonier is in the game. Lemonier will need to play with better control if he is to ever develop into a NFL starter and be more than a situational guy.
Player Comparisons – Sergio Kindle

13. New Orleans Saints – Brandon Williams, NT, Missouri Southern State
A small school player who dominated his level of play despite playing all over the field. Low Center of Gravity with a Powerful upper body and heavy hands that allows him to hold down multiple opponents at once. Saints moving to a 34 D will help and make Williams a much stronger fit. Williams is not a player that plays outside of his little space and u won’t see him running down a play from behind 10-20 yards down the line and he won’t even try.
Player Comparisons – Casey Hampton

14. San Diego Chargers – Stedman Bailey, WR, West Virginia
Chargers for years had just gone after big WR with good hands but a lack of deep speed. Now that AJ Smith is finally gone it’s time to get Rivers a WR that can make guys miss when he just dumps it down and be explosive in the open field. Bailey is small but he is tough and very quick. For a guy Bailey’s size u would not expect him to be this comfortable going across the middle.
Player Comparisons – Danny Amendola

15. Miami Dolphins – Shamarko Thomas, SS, Syracuse
A little player but a Bullet going after the ball carrier, has a lot of Bob Sanders to his game in that he plays at full speed at all times, which could lead to injuries. Thomas has amazing athletic ability and shows a lot of ability to make plays in zone coverage but does not have the instincts or the discipline to play Man Coverage full time. Thomas will always be better at playing the run but it is a mistake to think he is a one dimensional in the box player.
Player Comparison – Bob Sanders

16. St. Louis Rams – Marcus Lattimore, RB, South Carolina
Isaiah Pead and Daryl Richardson are solid backs but some competition is good and will bring out the best of all these backs that now have to make up for the loss of production that Stephen Jackson once carried for this team. Due to his injury history this could be a little early but the payoff if he gets healthy and is not hurt by another rare freak injury is far greater than the risk. Lattimore is a strong back that can carry defenders with his big frame; however, his game is actually one of evasion. Lattimore makes great cuts, spins and stiff arms to keep defenders off him while he smoothly drives down the field with little effort. His injury history makes him to dangerous in my eyes but for the Rams might be a good risk.
Player Comparisons – Ahman Green

17. Pittsburgh Steelers – Brandon Jenkins, OLB, FSU
Coming off of a serious injury is always bad for a players stock, and has really hurt Jenkins as he was coming into the season as a potential top 20 pick. However, u just can’t pass up this kind of dynamic pass rusher. Jenkins is a smaller player than 34 teams would like however he sheds tacklers good, has great instincts and even is solid vs the run. Jenkins will need to stay healthy and hopefully he will regain that explosion he once had. Initial Quickness is excellent and has shown the ability to turn speed into power effectively.
Player Comparison – LaMarr Woodley

18. Dallas Cowboys – Christine Michael, RB, Texas A&M
DeMarco Murray is dynamite and is a danger to take the ball to the house every time he touches the ball. He sadly wears down late in the year when his body accumulates to many carries and therefore a tough physical runner who can spell him and take 10-12 carries a game would be a big help for the Cowboys run game. Michael is a bit of a knuckle head and has some maturity issues but he is a physical runner who has enough speed to make a big play if he can get behind the safeties. His Upside is massive if he can get over his maturity issues and take tough coaching.
Player Comparisons – Eddie George

19. New York Giants – Jon Bostic, MLB, Florida
A little bit of an unknown due to what the Florida coaches asked him to do he was overshadowed by his more explosive teammate Jenkins. Bostic is a big downhill thumper who has more range than one expected after watching him on tape, but his athletic ability and agility in the LB drills were on display at the scouting combine make many believe he can be a sideline to sideline LB at the next level and be more than just a downhill thumper who has to come out on 3rd downs. A tackling machine that is a sneaky smooth blitzer and really lays the boom when tackling.
Player Comparisons – Jamie Sharper

20. Miami Dolphins (Bears) – Luke Marquardt, LT, Azusa Pacific
A huge player that will need to learn better technique and get better knee bend but is athletic and has the ability to be a NFL starting LT. Jonathan Martin needs to be moved over to the RT spot as he is over matched as a LT in the NFL. This is a bit of a reach but at this point in the draft with the run on OT early he presents the most upside and the best chance to draft a future NFL Starter.
Player Comparison – Jared Veldheer

21. Minnesota Vikings – Kyle Long, LG, Oregon
An upgrade on the OL is always something every team should be looking to do as it not only helps the running game but it also helps keep your QB healthy. Long is a great athlete and has the ability and Feet that say he is an NFL LT if not for having slightly short arms. Still a raw player after beginning his career playing baseball and then getting into some trouble before he made the switch to football. Comes from a very talented family.
Player Comparisons – Todd Herremans/Robert Gallery

22. Cincinnati Bengals – Tyrann Mathieu, CB, ex-LSU
Mathieu is a talented ball hawk but needs to be coached up, needs to be held accountable for his actions and needs someone to take him under his wing and mentor him. The Bengals have never been afraid to take a chance on a problem child when their talent is immense like that ofMathieu. Mathieu is never going to be a staring CB due to his size and his tendency to gamble going for the football. A guy like Adam Jones who has completely changed his life will be a good influence on a young player that gets ahead of himself at times getting sucked into his persona as a the “Honey Badger” the same way that Jones use to get sucked into his persona as “Pacman”.
Player Comparisons – Dre Bly

23. Washington Redskins – Logan Ryan, DB, Rutgers
A jack of all trades but master of none type of player. Ryan is solid in coverage an shows average to slightly above average instincts but has exceptional ball skills and is excellent coming up to the line and playing in run support. The Redskins secondary was bad last year and could use an infusion of youth at both safety and CB. Ryan can play anywhere on the back of the defense, he can be a physical man CB but he may be better as a SS, which will help cover up his lack of great game speed.
Player Comparisons – Brian Williams

24. Indianapolis Colts – Larry Warford, OG, Kentucky
After making Luck the number one pick last year, the Colts need to do everything in their power to continue to increase their OL to keep him healthy, but also they need to get bigger up front in order to help this run game start to pick up. Warford is a big physical kid that is a good run blocker and playing RG he will be dominant vs the run next to Cherilus and really open up big holes to get the Colts running game going again.
Player Comparisons – Larry Allen

25. Seattle Seahawks – Kwame Geathers, NT, Georgia
Brandon Mebane was not very good vs the run last season and some help is needed. Geathers is a mammoth of a man and while he will not offer much as a pass rusher vs the run he is as good as a team can ask for. Geathers wears down and will need to be taken out particularly on 3rd downs where he is a liability vs the pass.
Player Comparisons – Ted Washington

26. Green Bay Packers – Barrett Jones, C/G, Alabama
Evan Dietrich-Smith has been resigned and was very serviceable late last season filling in for Saturday, but he really belongs on the bench where he can play multiple positions strengthening the Packers Line. Jones is a big guy that could play 4 of the 5 OL positions in the NFL, but he might make the biggest impact if he stays at Center where he is still learning the position and should only get better. Jones’s best asset is his quick feet and his hips that allows him to move with ease and glide to the 2nd level. A very aggressive player who gets after opposing DL.
Player Comparison – Chris Kuper

27. Houston Texans – Jordan Reed, TE, Florida
James Casey was allowed to let go and his role needs to be filled. Casey meant a lot to this franchise as he was more than just a lead blocker he was sneaky dynamic pass catcher out of the backfield and a utility guy that can play all over the field.
Player Comparison – Aaron Hernandez

28. Denver Broncos – David Amerson, CB, North Carolina State
A BALL HAWK of the highest level, needs to be reined in so that he does not gamble so much and get burned as often as he did this last season, in a hunt for INT's. Amerson is a perfect Nickelback to develop for certain pass situations and later on as a full time CB.
Player Comparison – Taller Alphonso Smith

29. New England Patriots – Andre Ellington, RB, Clemson
Smaller back who packs a little bit of a punch down the field but is not a full time back by any means. Ellington is a good RB but he lacks deep speed, but makes up for this with great quickness and is most comfortable in the passing game. Ellington is a nightmare to tackle in space as he is very slippery and incredibly quick. The loss of Danny Woodhead is not a crushing blow although it is one that will be felt particularly if Shane Vereen continues to be unreliable as he has yet to stay healthy. Vereen has not been a consistent producer anyway so some competition for the reps behind Stevan Ridley would be best.
Player Comparisons – Alex Green

30. Atlanta Falcons – Alex Okafor, DE, Texas
DE is a major area of need and with Hunt not likely to make an immediate impact as a starter drafting another guy early is the smart thing to do. Okafor is a complete player but he is not exceptional pass rusher and will never be a 12+ a year sack expert he is merely a guy that will hustle every play, setting the edge vs the run and aggressively going after the football and a guy that will get more sacks off of 2nd effort than anything else. Okafor is a steady consistent rusher but he will never be mistaken for Orakpo.
Player Comparisons – Ray Edwards

31. San Francisco 49ers – Bacarri Rambo, FS, Georgia
A really good football player but some character concerns (Failed two drug tests), and his tendency to take risky gambles hurt his stock. Rambo is a Ball hawk in the secondary who can cover TE's down the field, and if he can show more discipline off the field could develop into a very good football player for an already loaded defense.
Player Comparisons – Kerry Rhodes

32. Baltimore Ravens – Da’Rick Rogers, WR, Tennessee Tech
Anquan Boldin will be tough to replace and one guy probably won’t be able to do it but a group effort to replace him is more likely. Rogers is high 2nd round talent but character concerns and drug problems led him to transfer from Tennessee to Tennessee Tech hurting his stock. The upside in the late 3rd is just too great to not take the risk for the Ravens who need a #1 WR and he has the ability to do it. Rogers is very tough makes a lot of plays after the catch, his elite athletic ability and body control allows him to make circus catches look easy.
Player Comparison – Brandon Marshall

35. Houston Texans (Compensatory Pick) – Markus Wheaton, WR, Oregon State
A WR was taken in the 1st round but this has been such a position of serious need for the Texans that bringing in a little insurance won’t hurt. Wheaton is an explosive underneath player that excels at short routes and turning them into big plays. Wheaton lacks deep speed but runs great routes, goes over the middle and has natural hands to catch the ball, although his hands are a bit small. Posey and Martin had their moments as rookies but neither looked good enough that the Texans can feel comfortable sitting back not drafting a couple of WR's.
Player Comparison – Greg Jennings

34. Tennessee Titans (Compensatory Pick) – Brian Winters, OG, Kent State
Big Free Agent acquisitions do not always pan out regardless of the player’s age, and the Titans cannot be without an insurance policy in case Andy Levitre is not all that they thought he would be when they gave him that big contract to leave Buffalo. Winters needs to keep his balance better when he is playing stronger players which in the NFL will be on a regular basis and learn to handle a hand punch from an opposing DT. Winters is very quick and has amazing feet, while also being a very aggressive player who finishes all plays, and gets to the 2nd level with ease.
Player Comparisons – John Sullivan

33. Kansas City Chiefs (Compensatory Pick) – Joseph Fauria, TE, UCLA
A very well rounded TE that will be a tremendous red zone threat, due to his massive size and big hands. Great size and speed for a player his size (6’7 260lbs) and possesses surprisingly good ball skills and the ability to high point balls even when defenders are all over him. Fauria is a big play waiting to happen down the field or particularly in the Red Zone. A very aggressive blocker who tries very hard but does not bend well enough to be a truly effective blocker. Was dangerously underutilized at UCLA and should be a better NFL player than he was a College. Most probably will think this is 20 picks to high but I really like him as a prospect.
Player Comparisons – Mercedes Lewis
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At this point, I will gladly take Smith at 8.

Dobson and Collins are solid picks too. I watched a little more of Dobson's tape and I will say it is very impressive and definitely the type of player we need on the outside of Stevie. Collins I like too and I think 3rd rnd would be very good value for him.
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Near perfect Titans draft, I'd prefer Datone Jones over Minter in the 2nd though. I'd then take Barrett Jones with our 3rd. Double up with Winters in the 3rdc.
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I'll take that draft for Miami. Nice work. I'd take Long over Marquardt but that's just personal preference. Would definitely be a better value there.
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The Titans is relatively decent, but the 2nd round pick is pretty poor. McCarthy has injury issues, but they likely won't address that position that early. It'd be a wasted selection at that point
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I'd add Reid Fragel to Luke Marquardt as 3rd round tackle sleepers.
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Just an awful Bears draft
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I'd add Reid Fragel to Luke Marquardt as 3rd round tackle sleepers.
I agree I think Fragel is real intriguing as a player still learning the position if he made his way into the 3rd round that would not surprise me at all I have him going round early round 4 but mid 3rd would be a good spot.
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I cant see anyway the Skins would reach for Ertz with Swearinger, Alford, Reid, and Slay on the board.
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I can live with it, but would kill me deep down if Star went 1 pick ahead of us.

Part of me also dies anytime I see Manuel to us.
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Near perfect Titans draft, I'd prefer Datone Jones over Minter in the 2nd though. I'd then take Barrett Jones with our 3rd. Double up with Winters in the 3rdc.
MightyTitan9 "The Titans is relatively decent, but the 2nd round pick is pretty poor. McCarthy has injury issues, but they likely won't address that position that early. It'd be a wasted selection at that point"

What do u have against Minter he is great value in the early 2nd, is an excellent football player and MLB is a serious need as McCarthy is not dependable.
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I can live with it, but would kill me deep down if Star went 1 pick ahead of us.

Part of me also dies anytime I see Manuel to us.
LOL Manuel has that effect he has tons of talent but he is real inconsistent, so I can understand that. I hate Floyd so I feel you as Star is by far and away the better player but Raiders need him as well. Look on the bright side Oakland may trade out if they can.
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I cant see anyway the Skins would reach for Ertz with Swearinger, Alford, Reid, and Slay on the board.
Ertz is just such great value at that spot and is a need although not a severe need.
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I love the Tyler Wilson pick, and I'm used to the Joeckel pick, but I wouldn't draft a TE if I'm KC unless Kelce falls to the end of the third. Moeaki and the recently signed Fasano should be enough.
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This seems like a bizarre thing to say. ProFootballFocus ranked Mebane as the fourth best run stopping DT in football last year. I think most people will probably agree with that he's an excellent run stopper and a generally poor pass rusher. Now I'm not sure if you're suggesting Geathers replace Mebane or for the Seahawks to play Geathers next to Mebane. The latter makes a ton more sense while the former makes about zero.
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This seems like a bizarre thing to say. ProFootballFocus ranked Mebane as the fourth best run stopping DT in football last year. I think most people will probably agree with that he's an excellent run stopper and a generally poor pass rusher. Now I'm not sure if you're suggesting Geathers replace Mebane or for the Seahawks to play Geathers next to Mebane. The latter makes a ton more sense while the former makes about zero.
I based off of two things, the ESPN report http://insider.espn.go.com/nfl/draft...ks-draft-guide on the Seahawk's draft guy and the fact that the Seahawk's gave up rushing yards right up the middle of the defense and Mebane was the big boy in the middle that put no fear into opposing teams. As for the drafting of Geather's I would not replace Mebane I would put them with him and really its more of a rotation that Seattle is using the addition of Geather's would greatly increase their rotation.
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I love the Tyler Wilson pick, and I'm used to the Joeckel pick, but I wouldn't draft a TE if I'm KC unless Kelce falls to the end of the third. Moeaki and the recently signed Fasano should be enough.
Moeaki keeps getting hurt and can not be counted on, he also has an issue with dropping the ball as he struggles to adjust to passes, he is solid starter but he is nothing special. As for Fasano if Moeaki went down he would not be a capable replacement, he cant stretch defenses as he lacks speed, he is not a great blocker nor is he a great pass catcher, although he runs crisp routes and is able to find the soft spot in zone coverage underneath. Fauria is two rounds too high by most peoples estimates but I really enjoy the things he does as a player. While he is really raw he has a chance to be a great TE and I think he would be a great fit with Andy Reid.
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incredible giants draft...i'd be ecstatic if this could happen, although i'm not sure it's likely
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Jenkins, Hunter, Frederick, Lemonier, and Rambo for the 49ers. All in all, that's a good draft. I'm not a big fan of Jenkins, though. Would like to have a possible replacement for Justin Smith instead. As some of my fellow niners fans have mentioned, we only used a NT on 30% of defensive plays last year. I don't see us taking a WR early, but Hunter is talented and has big play potential, can't complain about that too much. I think we may have our future C on the roster already in Kilgore or Looney, both recent middle round picks. Frederick is also a very talented player, as well. Love the Lemonier and Rambo picks there better than the earlier picks. An extra pass rusher is needed, and a safety is definitely needed.
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I hate the Lacy pick in the 1st round for the Bengals. That is a reach and he is way too similar to BJGE to consider this early. The rest of the mock is solid and I like the Sio Moore pick but unfortunately don't think the Bengals will take an OLB before the 3rd after signing James Harrison.
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Jenkins, Hunter, Frederick, Lemonier, and Rambo for the 49ers. All in all, that's a good draft. I'm not a big fan of Jenkins, though. Would like to have a possible replacement for Justin Smith instead. As some of my fellow niners fans have mentioned, we only used a NT on 30% of defensive plays last year. I don't see us taking a WR early, but Hunter is talented and has big play potential, can't complain about that too much. I think we may have our future C on the roster already in Kilgore or Looney, both recent middle round picks. Frederick is also a very talented player, as well. Love the Lemonier and Rambo picks there better than the earlier picks. An extra pass rusher is needed, and a safety is definitely needed.
Don't be surprised if Jenkins ends up playing the 5-tech some of the time the way the Packers use Ryan Pickett despite him starting as a NT for us. Jenkins is very athletic and for a guy his size moves pretty well.
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