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Round 1:

1. Indianapolis Colts: Andrew Luck (QB Stanford)
Andrew Luck (QB Stanford) will go #1 overall. If the Colts trade away this pick, it’ll be for a hefty price; regardless of the team making the selection, the first pick of the draft will be Luck.

2. St. Louis Rams: Matt Kalil (OT USC)
Bradford needs 2 things for him to be successful: an O-Line and some weapons to throw to. Both are available with the second pick, but the benefits of Matt Kalil surpass those of Justin Blackmon. Matt Kalil (OT USC) will be the Rams pick.

3. Minnesota Vikings: Quinton Coples (DE UNC)
The Vikings believe that Christian Ponder is the answer. They will need to trade their pick, or do something to shore up that defense. They need someone to help Jared Allen with the pass rush and they need help in the secondary. Quinton Coples (DE UNC) is the top DE prospect in the draft at that point and that’ll be the Vikings pick.

4. Cleveland Browns: Justin Blackmon (WR OK. ST)
Colt McCoy has been criticized, but he doesn’t have much to work within the passing game. The Browns need a top receiver, which will make Greg Little a solid #2 for McCoy. Justin Blackmon (WR OK. ST) will be just the guy that the Browns need to improve the offense.

5. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Trent Richardson (RB Alabama)
The next running back in the Buccaneer carousel is none other than Trent Richardson (RB Alabama). The Bucs will have a back who can stay healthy, wear down defenses, and bring explosiveness, as well as provide Josh Freeman with better play action opportunities, causing defenses to bite harder on the run.

6. Washington Redskins: Robert Griffin III (QB Baylor)
The Redskins need a QB; Grossman cannot do the job. They will select none other than Heisman trophy winner Robert Griffin III (QB Baylor).

7. Jacksonville Jaguars: Melvin Ingram (DE S. Carolina)
The Jaguars will be looking to improve the pass rush, particularly in their division. Melvin Ingram (DE S. Carolina) will be the choice over Devon Still in their defense.

8. Carolina Panthers: Morris Claiborne (CB LSU)
It’s a stretch to think that Morris Claiborne (CB LSU) will fall to the Panthers, but given the needs of other teams it is a likely possibility. The Panthers need someone to help shore up the defense and Claiborne is a phenomenal start to that process.

9. Miami Dolphins: Landry Jones (QB OU)
* This mock was made before Landry Jones picked to go back to school.
The Miami Dolphins should get their QB of the future with this pick and it should be Landry Jones (QB OU). With that said, we all remember the Dolphins #9 pick in 2007: the pro bowl returner?!?! Ted Ginn, Jr. Well we’ll see what the Dolphins decide to do this time.

10. Buffalo Bills: Riley Reiff (OT Iowa)
The Bills will take the best offensive tackle available, which comes down to Riley Reiff (OT Iowa) or Jonathan Martin. The reality is Reiff is the better option of the two and will go to the Bills.



11. Kansas City Chiefs: Jonathan Martin (OT Stanford)
The Chiefs will select Jonathan Martin (OT Stanford) to help shore up their line.

12. Seattle Seahawks: Devon Still (DT Penn St.)
While Tarvaris Jackson needs to be replaced, the top three quarterbacks will be off the board by this point and Barkley is not declared. The Seahawks will draft a QB later in the draft, but will take Devon Still (DT Penn St.) to improve the Seattle defense.

13. Arizona Cardinals: Luke Kuechly (ILB BC)
This is the second easiest pick of the draft: Luke Kuechly (ILB BC) is direly needed in the Cardinals linebacking core.

14. Dallas Cowboys: Dre Kirpatrick (CB Alabama)
The Dallas Cowboys are in desperate need of a #1 CB. If you don’t believe me, watch Terrance Newman’s performance over the last 2 years. Dre Kirpatrick (CB Alabama) will be that guy in Dallas.

15. Philadelphia Eagles: Courtney Upshaw (OLB Alabama)
Safety, linebacker, and possibly a wide receiver (depending on Jackson) are areas of interest for the Eagles. I think Jackson will be back, eliminating that need. It’d be quite a stretch for the Eagles to grab Mark Barron here, the best available safety. Instead, they’ll go with Courtney Upshaw (OLB Alabama).

16. New York Jets: Michael Floyd (WR ND)
The Jets receiving core needs to improve. Holmes is being criticized as a quitter; Burress is inconsistent; it seems this could be an area of interest for the Jets. Michael Floyd (WR ND) will be a great pickup with this pick. If Sanchez can’t succeed with him on the field, along with his other weapons, then he should not start in the NFL.

17. Cincinnati Bengals (from Oakland Raiders): Alfonzo Dennard (CB Nebraska)
The Bengals could use upgrades in three key departments: running back, offensive line, and cornerback. With Richardson off the table, there isn’t another back worth taking with this pick. With the top 4 linemen off the table, there isn’t a worthy lineman for this pick. That leaves a corner, meaning the Bengals will select Alfonzo Dennard (CB Nebraska). Janoris Jenkins is a potential candidate, but I think the Bengals are done with knowingly drafting troublemakers.

18. San Diego Chargers: David DeCastro (G Stanford)
In theory the Chargers should have a good offensive line; that is if it weren’t constantly riddled with injuries. The best guard in the draft, David DeCastro (G Stanford), would be a nice fit here.

19. Chicago Bears: Zebrie Sanders (OT Florida St.)
Someone please protect Cutler. Without him, the Bears are awful. The Bears will overreach and take the next best available lineman, which is Zebrie Sanders (OT Florida St.).

20. Tennessee Titans: Andre Branch (DE Clemson)
The Titans will want to shore up the defensive front, selecting Andre Branch (DE Clemson).

21. Denver Broncos: Alshon Jeffery (WR SC)
The Broncos desperately need to get Tebow a weapon at receiver. Alshon Jeffery (WR SC) will be the guy to take over that role, moving Thomas to a solid #2 and Decker can excel in the slot.

22. New York Giants: Fletcher Cox (DT Miss. St.)
The Giants have several needs, but the most glaring is at defensive tackle. With Fletcher Cox (DT Miss. St.) still available, the Giants will take him and bring stability to the position.

23. Cincinnati Bengals: (Lamar Miller RB Miami)
The Bengals have two great options with this pick. They can snag a much needed offensive lineman with Cordy Glenn; however, I think they will go the other route and get (Lamar Miller Miami) to fulfill their running back needs.

24. Detroit Lions: Nick Perry (DE USC)
The Lions have a potent offense and a defense that has potential. Linemen will be a need later in the draft, but defense needs improvement (outside of defensive tackle). Nick Perry (DE USC) will fit nicely with the Lions, either as an end or an outside linebacker.

25. Cleveland Browns (From Atlanta Falcons): David Wilson (RB VA Tech.)
I don’t foresee Peyton Hillis coming back to the Browns after his performance last season. Even if he does, they need a more reliable back. David Wilson (RB VA Tech.) should help the running game and McCoy can have the weapons in the run and pass game to lead the team to the playoffs

26. Houston Texans: Kendall Wright (WR Baylor)
The Texans have put together a nice football team, as long as Schaub can stay healthy. Another weapon to go with Andre Johnson will be a great help. The Texans will select Kendall Wright (WR Baylor).

27. Baltimore Ravens: Vantaze Burfict (ILB Arizona St.)
The Ravens linebacking core is aging and it’s time to start looking for the younger talent to groom. Vantaze Burfict (ILB Arizona St.) has potential to be the next great Ravens linebacker.

28. San Francisco 49ers: Cordy Glenn (G Georgia)
The 49ers are going to be in need of two specific: A true DE to replace the aging Justin Smith and a solid guard to slide in at RG. At this point in the draft Cordy Glenn (G Georgia) is the best option for the 49ers. Adam Snyder hasn’t played bad this year, but I think Glenn takes this O-Line to the next level.

29. New England Patriots: Mark Barron (S Alabama)
Can anyone say defense? The Patriots need players at every position on defense, beginning in the secondary. The top corners are off the board, but the top safety is still available. When Patrick Chung is healthy, he is sold; the problem is he is always sidelined for one reason or another. Mark Barron (S Alabama) will be a start to improving the defense.

30. Green Bay Packers: Whitney Mercilus (DE Illinois)
PASS RUSH NEEDED. Whitney Mercilus (DE Illinois) will get after the quarterback and provide the Packers with someone other than Matthews to produce much needed pressure.

31. Pittsburgh Steelers: Dont’a Hightower (ILB Alabama)
The Steelers are in the same boat as the Ravens with an aging linebacker core. Dont’a Hightower (ILB Alabama) will be the new face of the linebackers.

32. New England Patriots (From New Orleans Saints): Jerel Worthy (DT MSU).
Once again, defense will be the focus. Having made a secondary pick already and with the top-end corners gone, the Patriots will take Jerel Worthy (DT MSU).

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  • Gundown64

    Andrew Luck and Matt Kalil will be off the board, no doubt.

    So who would they pick?
    a) Matt Barkley -New signal caller, learns under Manning.
    b) Justin Blackmon -Wayne is gone, better WR prospect than Dez Bryant.
    c) Trent Richardson -Tough and confident runner, can help open up passing game.

    Assuming they screw up and win one more game (Jaguars) who do you see the Colts taking #3?

  • evil chevy

    no 1′s gonna be Luck. if the colts don’t take him they’ll trade the pick to some one who will. Im thinking Morris Claiborne or Justin Blackmon? But anything can change after combines and everything else up to draft day

  • Jeffery Carlson

    I doubt good but then what are the chances they get Justin Blackmon?

  • kewlflame14

    Ryan broyles
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    Justin blackmon

  • friendly 4

    Wr. 1 I have Wes Welker.
    For Wr. 2 should I start Dwayne Bowe, Reggie Wayne or Justin Blackmon (questionable)?
    For flex should I start Maurice Jones-Drew (is not starting) or a wide receiver?

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  • Johnky J

    Which wide receivers should I start Hartline, jones, gordon, Garcon, blackmon?
    My wide receiver position is not the most stacked part of my team. I have 3 wide receiver spots, one of which will be filled by wes welker. My decision for the other 2 slots comes form the pool of Brian Hartline vs the Patriots, Josh Gordon against the Raiders, Justin Blackmon against the Bills, James Jones against the vikings and Pierre Garcon against the Giants? So which 2 of the 5 should I start?

  • jordenkotor

    It’s either Justin Blackmon or Jeremy maclin. Blackmon is projected to score more but it is such a toss up and I dont want to make the wrong decision in the championship game! Maclin is playing washington and Blackmon is playing new England. But nick fowles is maclins qb. But for maclin, Cecil shorts is back. I’m losing my mind over this decision! Help!

  • Dark_LovexXx

    I’m in a bit of a predicament. Here listed are the four wide recievers that I have: Justin Blackmon, Chris Givens, Greg Jennings and Cecil Shorts. It’s already confirmed I am starting Shorts. I need two more. Which remaining two should I start?

  • Tyler H

    Andrew Luck: Stanford
    Justin Blackmon: Oklahoma St.
    Morris Claiborne: LSU
    Trent Richardson: Alabama

    Are these going to make it to the NFL?
    This was a joke, these guys will prob all be top 5 picks.

  • airdogspace2

    I have Stevie Johnson who is banged up)

    Who should I drop on my roster to pick up another Wr these are my options to pick up with the most points.by the way this is a non-ppr league.
    Golden tate
    Josh gordon
    Brandon lafell
    Justin blackmon

    If you have any other suggestions for me to pick if the player might be available.

    Here’s my roster.
    Qb-peyton manning
    Wr-eric decker
    Wr-danario Alexander
    Wr-stevie Johnson
    Rb-alfred morris
    Rb-chris Johnson
    Te-brandon myers
    K-Blair Walsh
    Def-new england

    Bench
    Donnie Avery
    Gronk
    Steven Jackson
    Mikel leshoure
    Bryce brown
    Josh freeman

  • EzioAuditore1459

    Which of the 3 out of the 4 WR should i start on my Fantasy team? Lemme know who and why?
    Leaning on starting Cruz, crabtree and Williams…

    Victor Cruz Giants
    Michael Crabtree 49ers
    Mike williams Buccaneers
    Justin Blackmon Jaguars

  • llb443

    They gave up a 4th, 5th and 7th round pick to move up 1 spot.

    Is Trent Richardson worth that?

    He better be, or that GM and President should be fired!
    Actually they had 13 picks but who is counting, however they have a lot holes to fill.

    Now they are down to 10 picks and 2 of the 10 pics are 7th round picks.

  • Jonny

    My husband wants a white trent Richardson Cleveland browns jersey and I can’t find one anywhere help!!!!

  • baldy eire

    Andrew Luck, Weeden, LaMichael James, Justin Blackmon all played mediocre against the teams that they lost to. Trent Richardson had 183 total yards in that game. It is not his fault that he had a bad kicker.

  • Rassling Fundamentals

    I just found out that Arnold swarzznegger used steroids… Which gets me thinking, is it even possible to be huge and bench 600
    without roids? The strongest person I know of naturally would now be Trent Richardson (bench 475 easy), if bodybuilders use steroids.

  • Brian

    I’ve been in a few leagues before, but I just wanted to get some outside opinions. What running backs would yall have your eyes on ( lets assume that adrian peterson, trent richardson, and marshawn lynch are off the board)

  • Mark

    Today Mark Ingam and a bunch of other Alabama football players were signing autographs at the mall and I am going in the morning to a Trent Richardson autograph signing and was thinking of wearing my Mark Ingram New Orleans Saints Jersey and was wondering would that offend Trent? I havent gotten a Trent one yet, because I didnt have the money. I thought maybe Mark would be there also and I could show my support of them.
    Should I wear it or just find an Alabama shirt?

  • Lucas H

    Shonn Greene, Trent Richardson, Michael Turner, Scott Chandler, Percy Harvin, Lance Moore, and Owen Daniels? I can start 4 of these players. Which four do you expect to produce more fantasy points and why?

  • Mike

    On Trent Richardsons “personal pro day” how many reps do you think he will get on the 225 bench press? For a guy who easily benches 475, I’m thinking at least 40.
    He benched 475 easily an wasn’t allowed to go any higher. He had surgery on his knee and is not participating at the combine but he has his personal day scheduled for march 27. So yeah, he is doing it. And knee surgery will not impact his bench.

  • Keaton

    I want to play running back or full back and linebacker for high school. I tried to find what conditioning and weight lifting routines trent richardson does but couldnt. I work out every day after school and rest on the weekends. P.S. someone with expirence please anwser this question

  • http://twitter.com/adamson1221 Mathew Adamson

    Vikings taking a DE at #3? What are you smoking? DE is one of the few positions they don’t need… They’ll take Blackmon if Kalil is gone or maybe Claiborne. Robison isn’t a top 5 DE, but he was more than servicable this year and E. Griffen is fast growing into a powerhouse behind him. Those two got enough attention to let Allen almost get the sack record. Vikes will not draft any DE’s this year – or if they do it won’t be until later rounds as development prospects.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_2C2YOGYVEZGYCG53TUFNCVZU4U Cody Golden

    Golden’s mock is better…

  • Anonymous

    If anything went right for the vikes this year it was on the defensive line. The vikes do not need DE help, they will not draft Coples at #3. I believe is comes down to two scenarios: 1) They pick whoever the Rams decide to pass on (Kahlil/Blackmon) and 2) If the Browns feel that they are absolutely afraid of the Dolphins/Seahawks/Redskins trading up to #3 for RG3, that they trade their 1sts to the Vikes. This would ensure the Browns get their guy for the future, and the vikes move down a spot to grab either Blackmon or Claiborne. It also gives them a chance to get a better WR/CB/LT prospect at the end of the 1st, that won’t be their in the early 2nd.

  • http://www.completehockeyplayer.com Icemac0

    Zebrie Sanders in the top 20!  I think the Bears take Ashlon Jeffery instead.  But other than that, looks like a good Mock.

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