2010 NFL Mock Draft - v 4.7

I know there haven't been many updates lately. For a few reasons.

1. Work. I am working a ton and just don't have the time to update an NFL mock draft every week.
2. Inactivity. There really isn't much going on right now. The draft order is set, meaning a weekly update is pretty pointless until the combines start and players start moving up and down the board.
3. I don't think anyone even reads this shit. So it's hard to get motivated.

Anyways, the official underclassmen list is set, so here's a mock, with the top five picks explained.

1. St. Louis Rams - DT Ndamukong Suh, Nebraska. Okay, I can't ignore the obvious any longer. Suh is the best prospect in this draft. You can't draft an unproven underclassmen QB over a defensive tackle who led his team in tackles and interceptions. Did you read that? Read it again and proccess it. The best defensive college player to come around in a while. The Rams have the first pick in the second round so they can trade up and get a QB late in round one.

2. Detroit Lions - OT Russell Okung, Oklahoma St. The Lions still need help at pretty much every position. This is a draft heavy on both the offensive and defensive line positions, two that the Lions really need help with. I always say if you want an elite offensive tackle, you have to use a high first round pick on them. Unlike a lot of other positions, the best offensive tackles are usually taken in the first round.

3. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - DT Gerald McCoy, Oklahoma. The Bucs are another team that needs help along both trenches. Mediocre veterans Ryan Sims and Chris Hovan are manning the inside. The Bucs haven't had a difference maker at defensive tackle since the Warren Sapp days.

4. Washington Redskins - QB Jimmy Clausen, Notre Dame. Mike Shanahan is in town now, meaning you really don't know what direction they are going to go. I still think they need a fresh face at quarterback, even though Jason Campbell hasn't been horrible. He just needs a new start elsewhere.

5. Kansas City Chiefs - S Eric Berry, Tennessee. The Chiefs luck out and get the second best talent in the draft. They desperately need a difference maker on defense. Berry could be the face of the team, a rare feat for a safety.

6. Seattle Seahawks - QB Sam Bradford, Oklahoma
7. Cleveland Browns - CB Joe Haden, Florida
8. Oakland Raiders - S Taylor Mays, USC
9. Buffalo Bills - OT Anthony Davis, Rutgers
10. Jacksonville Jaguars - DE Derrick Morgan, Georgia Tech
11. Denver Broncos (from Chicago Bears) - DE Carlos Dunlap, Florida
12. Miami Dolphins - WR Dez Bryant, Oklahoma St.
13. San Francisco 49ers - OT Trent Williams, Oklahoma
14. Seattle Seahawks (from Denver Broncos) - RB CJ Spiller, Clemson
15. New York Giants - MLB Rolando McClain, Alabama
16. Tennessee Titans - DT Arthur Jones, Syracuse
17. San Francisco 49ers (from Carolina Panthers) - DE/OLB Jerry Hughes, TCU
18. Pittsburgh Steelers - OT Bruce Campbell, Maryland
19. Atlanta Falcons - DE Jason Pierre-Paul, South Florida
20. Houston Texans - OG Mike Iupati, Idaho
21. Cincinnati Bengals - S Earl Thomas, Texas
22. New England Patriots - RB Jahvid Best, California
23. Green Bay Packers - OT Brian Baluga, Iowa
24. Philadelphia Eagles - MLB Brandon Spikes, Florida
25. Baltimore Ravens - WR Arrelious Benn, Illinois
26. Arizona Cardinals - TE Jermaine Gresham, Oklahoma
27. Dallas Cowboys - DT Terrence Cody, Alabama
28. San Diego Chargers - RB Jonathan Dwyer, Georgia Tech
29. New York Jets - CB Patrick Robinson, Florida St.
30. New Orleans Saints - DT Brian Price, UCLA
31. Minnesota Vikings - QB Colt McCoy, Texas
32. Indianapolis Colts - OLB Navorro Bowman, Penn St.

Round 2

33. St. Louis Rams - QB Tim Tebow, Florida
34. Detroit Lions - RB Joe McKnight, USC
35. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - DE Greg Hardy, Mississippi
36. Washington Redskins - RB Ryan Matthews, Fresno St.
37. Kansas City Chiefs - DE/OLB Sergio Kindle, Texas
38. Seattle Seahawks - DE Everson Griffin, USC
39. Cleveland Browns - OT Charles Brown, USC
40. Oakland Raiders - OT Ciron Black, LSU
41. Buffalo Bills - QB Tony Pike, Cincinnati
42. New England Patriots (from Jacksonville Jaguars) - DE/OLB Brandon Lang, Troy
43. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (from Chicago Bears) - WR Dezmon Briscoe, Kansas
44. Miami Dolphins - MLB Micah Johnson, Kentucky
45. San Francisco 49ers - DE/DT Tyson Aluala, California
46. Denver Broncos - WR Golden Tate, Notre Dame
47. New York Giants - DT Vince Oghobaase, Duke
48. New England Patriots (from Tennessee Titans) - WR Brandon Lafell, LSU
49. Carolina Panthers - CB Donovan Warren, Michigan
50. Pittsburgh Steelers - CB Brandon Ghee, Wake Forest
51. Kansas City Chiefs (from Atlanta Falcons) - OG Mike Johnson, Alabama
52. Houston Texans - DE Brandon Graham, Michigan
53. Cincinnati Bengals - TE Dan Gronokowsi, Arizona
54. New England Patriots - DE/OLB George Selvie, South Florida
55. Green Bay Packers - DE/OLB Ricky Sapp, Clemson
56. Philadelphia Eagles - C Maurkice Pouncey, Florida
57. Baltimore Ravens - WR Damian Williams, USC
58. Arizona Cardinals - DE/OLB Kevin Basped, Nevada
59. Dallas Cowboys - OT Selvish Capers, West Virginia
60. San Diego Chargers - DE Clifton Geathers, South Carolina
61. New York Jets - WR Mardy Gilyard, Cincinnati
62. New Orleans Saints - OLB Sean Weatherspoon, Missouri
63. Minnesota Vikings - DE Corey Wooton, Northwestern
64. Indianapolis Colts - CB Trevard Lyndley, Kentucky

Jonathan Carrano

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1 comment:

Mike J said...

As a Tampa fan, I don't see their taking a DE top of rd. 1. They badly need a corner, with Ronde Barber on his last legs, or a guard, with Aron Sears' future up in the air.Or even an OT.