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I'm Joshua Mitchell and I Blog about the NFL, the NFL Draft, fantasy sports, and other sports topics. Im just a huge sports fan who takes a lot of time following the latest news. These are my thoughts – I use Wordpress and Twitter as an outlet to let my passion, dedication, and hard work be known.

Version 6.1 with Explanations

This is the same as my post ‘Mock Draft 6.1’ (see https://joshmitchell24.wordpress.com/2011/04/04/mock-draft-6-1/), but I have included explanations on 1st round picks in this post ‘Version 6.1 with Explanations‘. The other difference is the format, in my other post of this Mock – picks were grouped by teams and in this one its more of the traditional look.

For a look at my Position Rankings, go to my previous post https://joshmitchell24.wordpress.com/2011/04/07/position-rankings/

1. Carolina – Cameron Newton, QB – Auburn *
I think Carolina is settling in on Cam Newton, even though I doubt he is the best player (or QB for that matter) in the draft. He has a high risk, high reward attraction – especially with only one true season under his belt. He needs to get better mechanically as a true pocket passer, but has the physical tools to be a playmaker. Jimmy Clausen would offer a nice compliment and backup, but a new Coach and Regime usually means they’ll make a QB change. I think Dareus and Peterson are the other likely options, with Gabbert and Green as an outside chance.
2. Denver – Marcel Dareus, DT/DE – Alabama
He has continually moved past other defensive players, included once favorite Nick Fairley, as the best lineman in a strong group. You know what you get with Dareus, which makes him a safe pick – but I personally like the chances of Patrick Peterson or Von Miller here. Denver will be looking for defensive lineman, new coach John Fox is a defensive minded coach, since they lack depth in their 4-3 system. Dareus is powerful enough to play DT, and is quick enough to possibly play some DE.
3. Bills – Patrick Peterson, CB – LSU *
Arguable the best player in the draft, so it’s hard to believe he’ll fall much farther. Ive seen him in some Mocks as low as No.7 overall – but chances are if he gets past No.3 then you’ll see a team move up to grab him in the Top 5. Buffalo has a lot of needs, and while CB isn’t their most glaring – Peterson may be too good to pass up. Von Miller or either QB Gabbert or Newton could be real options. I think Newton would be there best case option, but having Peterson or Von Miller would be equally as nice.
4. Bengals – Blaine Gabbert, QB – Missouri *
Cincinnati could see a lot of changes this offseason – mainly the Carson Palmer situation. While I think this is the toughest pick, and frankly one that could shape the next few picks – I truly believe the Bengals are the top candidate of Top 5 teams to trade down. They need a WR, but taking WR’s top 5 is risky – especially if you have QB questions, so why not take a QB. Gabbert would be a nice fresh start for Cincy, but I could also see them passing on him. AJ Green or a pass rusher (Quinn, Miller, Bowers) would be their only other options for value at this point.
5. Aizona – Von Miller, OLB/DE – Texas A&M
I think he would be a perfect fit in their system. Miller is a freakish athlete who very well may be gone by pick 5 but would offer Arizona the true pass rusher they have lacked. If Miller is gone, it may cause one of the QB’s or even Patrick Peterson to fall – although, Im not sold on Arizona wanting another ‘Rookie’ QB (they’ll look for a veteran). Peterson would be a nice backup option, or Robert Quinn may be mentioned if both are gone.
6. Browns – Corey Luiget, DT/DE – Illinois *
This is kind of a surprise pick to most, but Im high on Luiget and think he really has a chance as being a top 10 pick. He isn’t quite as big or as fast as Dareus – and I even have Fairley ranked ahead of him, but he can get to the QB. He is a 4-3 DT, but could play DE in a 3-4 and most likely even the nose spot in that system. I think his stock will grow as the draft nears, but it may be a bit of a stretch – especially with AJ Green sitting there. I have the Browns passing on a WR because Mike Holmgren (their GM) typically does not draft WR in the first 5 rounds and while WR (a playmaker) is their biggest need the talent available on defense is just as appealing. Some even think Julio Jones could be picked over Green here is they go WR, other options would be Quinn, Bowers or Fairley.
7. 49ers – Robert Quinn, DE/OLB – UNC *
Justin Smith isn’t getting any younger or healthier, so Quinn makes a lot of sense as a 3-4 DE or would even fit as an OLB. I think the 49ers will be looking defensive a lot in this draft. Obviously QB is a need, but TB QB Josh Johnson is often mentioned as a possibilty – however, if Newton or Gabbert would be available they’d be the likely pick. I also could see them trading up if Patrick Peterson starts to fall – or even really giving Prince Amukamara a hard look at this spot since Nate Clements may not be back. I think Fairley is a strong possibilty as well as Bowers – with an outside chance of a WR like Green.
8. Titans – Nick Fairley, DT – Auburn *
They need to replace Albert Haynesworth, and Fairley would be a good pick at this point. Fairley has seen his stock fall slightly, and there are some question marks about him – but his is a force inside. Like SanFran they also would like a QB (do they trade down and target Mallet, Locker or Ponder?) . This is also a tricky pick, like Cincinnati at No.4 – they have positions of need that aren’t good value at this point (MLB,OG) so if a QB is gone Fairley or even Luiget would make sense. Quinn may be an option as an OLB, even Bowers – but the next best option if not a QB or Fairley would be Prince Amukamara.
9. Dallas – Tyron Smith, OT – USC *
Smith has solidified himself as the top OT in the draft, and while it fits a need for Dallas – he may be a little bit of a reach as this point. If Dallas wants an OT, it may pay to trade down and hope Smith is still there or go with Castonzo or Solder. Im a Cowboy fan – and personally believe that DE or DT is their biggest need. So, its hard to see them pass on Bowers (even with his injury questions). Amukamara, Bowers, Cameron Jordan or the before mentioned Quinn and Luiget would be targets if they don’t go with Smith.
10. Redskins – AJ Green, WR – Georgia *
Its hard to believe that Green would last till No.10, but someone always falls – and Im not sold on teams willingness to select WR’s real high (even one as good as Green). There have been a lot of bust at WR, and in past drafts WR’s who have fallen. While Green and Julio Jones for that matter are extremely talented – the risk is still there. Washington, like most teams in the top 10, have multiple needs to address and WR has to be the biggest – especially with Santana Moss gone. If Green is taken, Julio Jones would be there next option – although they’d be happier with a QB like Newton or Gabbert. I also think there’s a strong possibility if Green is gone, they could trade down (acquire more picks) and target a QB later in the 1st round. A defensive lineman, Bowers, Watt or Aldon Smith could be an option as well.
11. Texans – Da’Quan Bowers, DE – Clemson *
I still want Bowers to be my No.1 rated prospect, Ive moved him down to 4th overall, even with the injury concerns because I love this guy. People say one year standout, and while his numbers may have been better this year – the guy was the No.1 recruit out of high school, he didn’t just come from nowhere this season. The Texans need front 7 guys for their new 3-4 system under defensive coordinator Wade Phillips – so any could be an option: Quinn, Bowers, Aldon Smith, Luiget. Prince Amukamara will also get consideration, as would a WR to pair opposite Andre Johnson as a good value pick.
12. Vikings – Julio Jones, WR – Alabama *
Berrian all but disappeared last year, Sidney Rice is a FA – so Jones would pair nicely with Harvin; however, Im not sold on teams draft WR’s who have QB issues. Minnesota will probably look for a veteran QB, or take one later in the draft – but with minimum picks , trading down and targeting another need may be a good option. Tyron Smith would be appealing, or they could trade down and target another OT – or address DT/DE with Watt, Luiget, Cam Jordan at No.12.
13. Lions – Prince Amukamara, CB – Nebraska
Amukamara falling here would be the best case scenario for Detroit – but it’s highly unlikely. If Prince is gone, and OT would be a strong option (T.Smith, Castonzo) or reaching for another CB like Harris or Jimmy Smith. The Lions also have a need at OLB, they released J.Peterson so Aldon Smith, Martez Wilson, or Ayers are possibilities too. Prince is a top 10 talent, and could be used as a S – but may be the best cover corner in the draft.
14. Rams – Aldon Smith, DE/OLB – Missouri *
The popular pick is Julio Jones, but as much as they need a WR – they developed a nice young WR core (Gilyard, Amendola, Alexander) so that can wait. The Rams have a lot of needs, as while DE isn’t the most obvious, Smith could possibly double as an OLB. They also need DT,OG,RB,S so Mark Ingram or Watt, Luiget, Jordan, Akeem Ayers will get consideration herre. Smith is a big undervalued because he is a true pass rusher, another freakish athletic player.
15. Dolphins – Ryan Mallett, QB – Arkansas
Im not sold on them giving up on Chad Henne, but Bill Parcells in one who takes chances. I like Mallett, and think he is equally as good as any QB in the draft – but is a little less mobile in the pocket. He is big and he is accurate and while Miami may go a different route this is right around the range where I think Mallett should be drafted (picks 15-22, whether a team trading up or a team who traded down in sitting). I think Martez Wilson would be a surprising, but nice fit for Miami as a MLB. Also, Mark Ingram is a popular choice, but Im not sold on Miami taking a RB high (may resign Ronnie Brown or go after a veteran – plus they like Lex Hilliard).
16. Jaguars – JJ Watt, DE/DT – Wisconsin *
Watt is a good athlete, former TE, who could be selected as high as No.9 or No.10. The Jaguars are the third trickiest pick (Bengals, Titans) because they could take a chance on a QB (Mallett, Locker, or even Ponder). They also have a need at OLB, a lot of their current LB’s are FA’s. Martez Wilson or Ayers could be an option or Aldon Smith if available – they may also reach on a guy like Justin Houston. It seems like they always have a need at DE so Watt makes sense and would be a DelRio type player, but any DE could be an option (C.Jordan, A.Clayborn, M.Wilkerson).
17. Patriots (Raiders) – Anthony Castonzo, OT – Boston College
Castonzo is one of those sold player, where you know what you are getting – sounds like a Patriot player. Their OL will be a top priority, but they are in a position to draft best available over need. They could target in number of players here, like Mark Ingram, Mike Pouncey, S.Weisnewski, or any defensive lineman. I think Castonzo would make the most sense seeing that a lot of teams picking behind them will have a need at OT so one may not be available at No.28. Watt, Cameron Jordan or and OLB are high possibilities here also.
18. Chargers – Martez Wilson, MLB – Illinios *
I have Wilson rated a little righer than where Im seeing him in other mocks, but I think he is a monster. He could play OLB, but is better suited as an ILB. The Chargers will look at OT here Im sure, but they have a need an LB and DE that will present a lot of talented players for them to choose from. Cameron Jordan, Adrian Clayborn or Muhammad Wilkerson are the best of what’s available in my mock – with Ayers looming too. I just think Wilson will bring some toughness and consistency to San Diego.
19. Giants – Stefen Wisniewski, C/OG – Penn State
Most people think Pouncey is the best C prospect, but I like Wisniewski more as a true C (Pouncey more as an OG). Wisniewski isn’t real flashy, but effective and fits the mold of Giant lineman – so I think it’ll be a nice fit. The Giants may look at OT, DT, or OLB here as well since this is a little early for Wisniewski (I think the Chiefs will consider him too though). Solder, Carimi or Sherrod – and possibly Pouncey if they go OL, but the other real option here is going to be RB Mark Ingram.
20. Tampa Bay – Cameron Jordan, DE/DT – California
Jordan is better than No.20, and has slipped some – he could go as high as No.7 overall, but TB is getting great value. Adrian Clayborn is another strong candidate if they go DE – but they could target a LB as well: Martez Wilson, Akeem Ayers or Justin Houston. With the problems facing CB Talib and the age of CB R.Barber – they could opt to take Brandon Harris or Jimmy Smith. Also, this may start being the target range for teams willing to trade back into the first round for a QB.
21. Chiefs – Akeem Ayers, OLB – UCLA *
Ive has Ayers as low as No.33 overall and as high as No.13 overall, but it seems like his stock is right in the mid to low 1st round range. He is a converted college DE, so getting into pass coverages will be a new challenge as an OLB, but he has a lot of upside and talent. KC could target OL help, then could stand an C or OT but they have needs at LB and DT/NT. Its a little early for a WR, but they are in a position to take a flier on a guy like Leonard Hakerson or Randall Cobb. If Ayers is gone they’d target Justin Houston, Phil Taylor, Stephen Paea, Mike Pouncey or Wisniewski, or any OT.
22. Colts – Gabe Carimi, OT/OG – Wisconsin
I think Solder is better, but Carimi is a better style fit for the Colts. A hard nosed guy who can play multiple positions. I think Indy will target OL a few throughout the draft, but at No.22 any offensive lineman is an option: from Sherrod to D.Watkins, to Orlando Frankilin or Clint Boling. If one of the top DL fall it may be tempting – especially of a guy like Luiget happens to slide.
23. Eagles – Brandon Harris, CB – Miami (FL)
The Eagles are always willing to make a move – so if they want a CB and it seems like either Harris or Smith go earlier, they could move up or for someone else they covet. Harris would be great value at this point, but they also could go other directions. Mike Pouncey would make a lot of sense, as would any offensive lineman. There also a chance they go DT or OLB depending on who is still available or has fallen.
24. Saints – Adrian Clayborn, DE – Iowa
I think Clayborn will slip right into this range, he could go as high as No.16 or fall towards the the start of round 2. He has a lot of competition at his position causing him to drop, but he’ll probably end up being a very productive player. NO could look at Justin Houston or even a DT like Paea or Phil Taylor. Mark Ingram, if available, could be an interesting option. It would make a lot of sense for the Saints to consider Nate Solder at this this spot.
25. Seattle – Muhammad Wilkerson, DE/DT – Temple *
A lot of mocks have Seattle selected a QB – and while Locker is available I think they have other needs, considering they got Charlie Whitehurts for a 2nd round pick just last year. Buffalo, Tennesse, San Francisco, or Cincinnati could target this as a spot to trade up from the 2nd round to if they miss out on their QB in the early 1st. I could see Seattle taking Mike Pouncey, possibly even Wisniewski, or an OT here – but Wilkerson would be great value this late. While Wilkerson, who is somewhat underrated, has a lot of upside his lack of competitive competition could scare teams away (he is a candidate to be a suprise No.10 overall pick, or fall into the 2nd round). CB may also be an option to get good value here for the Seahawks.
26. Ravens – Jimmy Smith, CB – Colorado
Smith has some concerns, but may be a top 15 talent – nonetheless, the Ravens lack a true cover corner and would love to see Harris or Smith when they pick. The Ravens need to get younger all around the defense: including S,DE, and LB so they have options as to which directions to go. WR and OT will be two other areas they address in the draft. If Smith is gone a chance on a WR could be likely or reaching for S Rahim Moore. They also would have to consider Martez Wilson, Justin Houston, Cameron Heyward or Aaron Williams.
27. Falcons – Ryan Kerrigan, DE/OLB – Purdue
Kerrigan is an interesting prospects, this seems a little low for him – possibly as high as No.12, but there are some other, more athletic DE prospects ahead of him that’ll cause him to fall slightly. Atlanta has has bad luck drafting DE’s thus causing it to be one of their biggest needs again. Justin Houston and Brooks Reed will be options as well because they also could use someone capable of playing OLB. WR and TE are high on the needs list, so while it may seem early – Kyle Rudolph would be a good pick here.
28. Patriots – Mark Ingram, RB – Alabama *
Im not sure that Ingram will fall this far, but it’s not out of the question because he lacks great speed and may have health questions. The Patriots could wait and target a different RB with a pick in the first 3 rounds – especially with a big need at OLB and Justin Houston available. I think that Pouncey being available, he’d also be tempting – but with a pick at No.33 they can afford to take a chance with Ingram.
29. Bears – Nate Solder, OT – Colorado
Protecting Jay Cutler so he doesn’t get “hurt” has to be their biggest priority. If Solder would be available it’d make a lot of sense, he more than likely will be gone though – so then Derek Sherrod becomes an option, or different need altogether. They lost DT Tommie Harris, and could stand to get younger/more athletic all along the defense so guys like DT/NT Phil Taylor, DT Stephen Paea, DE/DT Cameron Heyward will get looks. They also could stand a big target WR (Baldwin), a C (Pouncey) or OLB (Houston).
30. Jets – Justin Houston, OLB/DE – Georgia *
Jason Taylor was an old option last season, Gholston was cut – so obviously OLB or DE would be a main concern. Houston is talented, and may be targeted by teams a little higher – so Brooks Reed could be a backup option. With the often-injured Kris Jenkins gone a DT/NT makes a lot of sense. They also could stand to get younger at OT or add depth at WR. The Jets may have to, or want to, trade up to insure they don’t miss out on some of the premiere defensive prospects.
31. Steelers – Mike Pouncey, C/OG – Florida
It seems a little too ironic – and I didnt do it intentionally. The Steelers were banged up all along the OL last season, and Pouncey would form a nice core at OG with his brother. Pouncey will probably be gone, which would leave Pittsburgh in the market for another offensive lineman: most likely Derek Sherrod, Danny Watkins, Ben Ijalana, Orlando Franklin, or Clint Boling. Their other big need is CB, so if one of the before mentioned CB fall it’d be good for Pittsburgh, or they could go with Aaron Williams (his stock has fallen some). Pouncey would be the ideal fit, and pick – his brother is better, but you know what he is all about.
32. Packers – Clint Boling, OG/OT – Georgia
Boling is my 3rd rated OG (Watkins, Franklin) but teams don’t draft according my my thoughts and ranks – so I think the versatility of Boling as an OG or OT (he is a better option at OT than either Watkins or Franklin) is appealing. He is proven, which is the main reason I think GB selects him, and he fits their style of lineman. I think they’d be tempted to take a hard look at Cameron Heyward or an OLB for depth along the front 7. They could look at possibly just taking the best player on their board, regardless of position.

33. Patriots (Carolina) – Cameron Heyward, DE/DT – Ohio State
34. Bills – Derek Sherrod, OT – Mississippi State
35. Bengals – Randall Cobb, WR/RB/QB – Kentucky *
36. Denver – Brooks Reed, DE/OLB – Arizona
37. Browns – Leonard Hankerson, WR – Miami (FL)
38. Arizona – Kyle Rudolph, TE – Notre Dame *
39. Titans – Jake Locker, QB – Washington
40. Dallas – Rahim Moore, FS – UCLA *
41. Redskins – Ryan Williams, RB – Virginia Tech *
42. Texans – Aaron Williams, CB/FS – Texas *
43. Vikings – Stephen Paea, DT/DE – Oregon State
44. Lions – Ben Ijalana, OT/OG – Villanova
45. 49ers – Christian Ponder, QB – Florida State
46. Denver (Dolphins) – Davon House, CB – New Mexico State
47. Rams – Phil Taylor, DT/NT – Baylor
48. Raiders – Orlando Franklin, OG/OT – Miami (FL)
49. Jaguars – Jon Baldwin, WR – Pittsburgh *
50. Chargers – Allen Bailey, DE/DT – Miami (FL)
51. Tampa Bay – Quan Sturdivant, MLB/OLB – UNC
52. Giants – Mikel LeShoure, RB – Illinios *
53. Colts – Danny Watkins, OG/OT – Baylor
54. Eagles – Rodney Hudson, C/OG – Florida State
55. Chiefs – Torrey Smith, WR – Maryland *
56. Saints –Bruce Carter, OLB – UNC
57. Seattle – Will Rackley, OG/OT – Lehigh
58. Ravens – Quinton Carter, FS – Oklahoma
59. Falcons – Titus Young, WR – Boise State
60. Patriots – Mason Foster, OLB – Washington
61. Chargers (Jets) – Jerrel Jernigan, WR – Troy
62. Bears – Christian Ballard, DT/DE – Iowa
63. Steelers – Curtis Brown, CB – Texas
64. Packers – Sam Acho, DE/OLB – Texas

65. Carolina – Marvin Austin, DT – UNC
66. Bengals – Jordan Toddman, RB – U Conn *
67. Denver – Lance Kendricks, TE – Wisconsin
68. Bills – Jabaal Shread, DE/OLB – Pittsburgh
69. Arizona – Marcus Gilbert, OT/OG – Florida
70. Browns – Ras-I Dowling, CB – Virginia
71. Dallas – Kelvin Shephard, MLB – LSU
72. Saints (Redskins) – Kendall Hunter, RB – Oklahoma State
73. Texans – Terrell McClain, DT – South Florida
74. Patriots (Vikings) – Tandon Doss, WR – Indiana *
75. Lions – Dontay Moch, OLB/DE – Nevada
76. 49ers – Johnny Patrick, CB – Louisville
77. Titans – Colin McCarthy, MLB/OLB – Miami (FL)
78. Rams – Greg Little, WR – UNC *
79. Dolphins – Luke Stocker, TE – Tennessee
80. Jaguars – Andy Dalton, QB – TCU
81. Raiders – DeAndre McDaniel, SS – Clemson
82. Chargers – Jason Pinkston, OT/OG – Pittsburgh
83. Giants – Jurrell Vasey, DT – USC *
84. Tampa Bay – Brandon Burton, CB – Utah *
85. Eagles – Colin Kaepernick, QB/WR – Nevada
86. Chiefs – John Moffitt, OG/C – Wisconsin
87. Colts – Tyler Sash, FS – Iowa *
88. Saints – Marcus Cannon, OG/OT – TCU
89. Chargers (Seattle) – Chris Carter, OLB/DE – Fresno State
90. Ravens – Jeremy Kerley, WR/KR – TCU
91. Falcons – DJ Williams, TE/FB – Arkansas
92. Patriots – Lee Ziemba, OT/OG – Auburn
93. Bears – Terrence Tolliver, WR – LSU
94. Jets – Drake Nevis, DT – LSU
95. Steelers – James Carpenter, OG/OT – Alabama
96. Packers – Chris Hairston, OT – Clemson
97. Carolina – Greg Jones, MLB – Michigan

98. Carolina – Chimdi Chekwa, CB – Ohio State
99. Seattle (Patriots via Denver) – Curtis Marsh, CB – Utah State
100. Bills – Ricky Stanzi, QB – Iowa
101. Bengals – Jarvis Jenkins, DT/DE – Clemson
102. Browns – James Brewer, OT/OG – Indiana
103. Arizona – Marcus Gilchrist, CB/FS – Clemson
104. Eagles (Redskins) – DeMarco Murray, RB – Oklahoma
105. Texans – KJ Wright, OLB – Mississippi State
106. Vikings – Robert Sands, FS – West Virginia *
107. Lions – Daniel Thomas, RB – Kansas State
108. 49ers – Greg Salas, WR – Hawaii
109. Titans – Darius Morris, OG/OT – Temple
110. Dallas – Rashad Carmichael, CB – Virginia Tech
111. Dolphins – Casey Matthews, MLB – Oregon
112. Rams – Jacquizz Rodgers, RB – Oregon State *
113. Raiders – Rob Housler, TE – Florida Atlantic
114. Jaguars – Jaiquawn Jarrett, FS – Temple
115. 49ers (Chargers) – Kendrick Ellis, DT/NT – Hampton
116. Tampa Bay – Shane Vereen, RB – California *
117. Giants – Virgil Green, TE – Nevada
118. Chiefs – Demarcus Love, OT/OG – Arkansas
119. Colts – Lawrence Guy, DT/DE – Arizona State *
120. Eagles – Joseph Barksdale, OT – LSU
121. Jaguars (Saints) – Nate Irving, MLB – NC State
122. Bills (Seattle) – Dwayne Harris, WR – East Carolina
123. Ravens – Akeem Dent, MLB – Georgia
124. Falcons – Jeremy Beal, OLB/DE – Oklahoma
125. Patriots – Mark Herzlich, OLB/DE – Boston College
126. Jets – Deunta Williams, FS – UNC
127. Bears – Brandon Fusco, C – Slippery Rock
128. Steelers – Greg Romeus, DE – Pittsburgh
129. Packers – Bruce Miller, OLB/DE – Central Florida
130. Titans – Kendric Burney, CB – UNC
131. Packers – Niles Paul, WR/KR – Nebraska

132. Carolina – Vincent Brown, WR – San Diego State
133. Bills – Pernell McPhee, DE – Mississippi State
134. Bengals – Jah Reid, OT – Central Florida
135. Chiefs (Tampa Bay via Denver) – Ian Williams, DT/NT – Notre Dame
136. Arizona – Brandon Bair, DE/DT – Oregon
137. Browns – Cliff Mathews, DE/OLB – South Carolina
138. Vikings –Austin Pettis, WR – Boise State
139. Chiefs – Orie Lemon, MLB – Oklahoma State
140. 49ers – Thomas Keiser, OLB/DE – Stanford *
141. Titans – Jordan Cameron, TE – USC
142. Dallas – Jerrell Powe, DT/NT – Mississippi
143. Redskins – Greg McElroy, QB – Alabama
144. Texans – Chris Culliver, CB/FS – South Carolina
145. Rams – Ross Homan, OLB/MLB – Ohio State
146. Dolphins – Andrew Jackson, OG – Fresno State
147. Jaguars – Edmund Gates, WR – Abilene Christian
148. Raiders – Deleone Carter, RB – Syracuse
149. Eagles (Chargers) – Cedric Thornton, DT/DE – Southern Arkansas
150. Vikings (Giants) – Pat Devlin, QB – Deleware
151. Tampa Bay – Steven Friday, DE/OLB – Virginia Tech
152. Colts – Ahmad Black, SS – Florida
153. Eagles – Cecil Short, WR – Mount Union
154. Lions – Josh Thomas, CB – Buffalo
155. Redskins (Saints) – Sione Fua, DT/NT – Stanford
156. Seattle – Jake Kirkpatrick, C – TCU
157. Seattle (Ravens) – Stanley Havili, FB – USC
158. Falcons – Bilal Powell, RB – Louisville
159. Patriots – Eric Hagg, SS – Nebraska
160. Bears – Tyrod Taylor, QB/WR – Virginia Tech
161. Jets – Darvin Adams, WR – Auburn *
162. Steelers – Doug Hogue, OLB – Syracuse
163. Packers – Shareece Wright, CB – USC
164. Ravens – Willie Smith, OT – East Carolina
165. Ravens – Pierre Allen, DE – Nebraska

166. Carolina – Zach Hurd, OG – U Conn
167. Browns (Denver) – Chris White, MLB – Mississippi State
168. Bengals – Da’Norris Searcy, SS – UNC
169. Bills – Charles Clay, FB/TE – Tulsa
170. Browns – David Arkin, OG – Missouri State
171. Arizona – Ricardo Lockette, WR – Fort Valley State
172. Seattle (Lions) – Ronald Johnson, WR/KR – USC
173. 49ers (Seattle) – Owen Marecic, FB/MLB – Stanford
174. Titans – Scott Lutrus, OLB/MLB – U Conn
175. Dallas – Carl Johnson, OG/OT – Florida
176. Redskins – Jarriel King, OT/OG – South Carolina
177. Texans – Karl Klug, DE/DT – Iowa
178. Vikings – Josh Davis, OT – Georgia
179. Dolphins – Dion Lewis, RB – Pittsburgh *
180. Rams – Shiloh Keo, FS – Idaho
181. Raiders – Kris O’Dowd, C – USC
182. Jaguars – Jalil Brown, CB – Colorado
183. Chargers – Derrick Locke, RB – Kentucky
184. Arizona (Eagles) – Jerron Johnson, SS – Boise State
185. Giants – Lawrence Wilson, OLB – U Conn
186. Falcons – Brandon Hogan, CB/KR – WVU
187. Tampa Bay (Chiefs) – Julius Thomas, TE – Portland State
188. Colts – Jamel Hamler, WR – Fresno State *
189. Patriots – Chykie Brown, CB – Texas
190. 49ers – Chris Conte, FS – California
191. Ravens – Buster Skrine, CB – Tennessee-Chattanooga
192. Falcons – Julian Vandervelde, OG – Iowa
193. Denver (Patriots) – Taiwan Jones, RB – Eastern Washington *
194. Bears – Chris Rucker, CB/FS – Michigan State
195. Jets – Derek Newton, OT – Arkansas State
196. Steelers – Alex Henery, K/P – Nebraska
197. Packers – Jermale Hines, SS – Ohio State
198. Giants – Nick Bellore, MLB – Central Michigan
199. Chiefs – Nathan Enderle, QB – Idaho
200. Vikings – Johnny White, RB – UNC
201. Chargers – Weslye Saunders, TE – South Carolina
202. Giants – Derek Hall, OT – Stanford
203. Carolina – JT Thomas, OLB – WVU

204. Packers (Carolina) – Antonio Gray, DT/NT – Southern Miss.
205. Lions (Denver) – Mike Mohamed, MLB – California
206. Bengals – Justin Boren, OG – Ohio State
207. Bills – Greg Lloyd Jr., MLB/OLB – U Conn
208. Denver – Dejon Gones, FS – Nebraska
209. Jets (Arizona) – Cheta Ozougwu, DE/OLB – Rice
210. Seattle (Browns) – Brian Duncan, OLB/DE/MLB – Texas Tech
211. 49ers – Richard Sherman, CB/FS – Stanford
212. Titans – Ricky Elmore, DE – Arizona
213. Redskins – Kevin Kowalski, C – Toledo
214. Texans – Aldrick Robinson, WR – SMU
215. Vikings – Andrew McGee, CB – Oklahoma State
216. 49ers (Lions) – Stephan Ridley, RB – LSU *
217. Rams – Stephen Schilling, OG – Michigan
218. Dolphins – Joe Lefeged, SS – Rutgers
219. Dolphins (Jaguars) – Martin Parker, DT – Richmond
220. Raiders – DeMarcus Van Dyke, CB – Miami (FL)
221. Dallas (Chargers) – Jon Clay, RB – Wisconsin *
222. Giants – Jerrard Tarrant, FS/CB – Georgia Tech *
223. Tampa Bay – Keith Williams, OG – Nebraska
224. Chiefs – Craig Cooper, RB – Miami (FL)
225. Colts – Jeremiha Hunter, OLB/MLB – Iowa
226. Ravens (Eagles) – Roy Helu Jr., RB – Nebraska
227. Saints – Chris Nield, DT/NT – WVU
228. Ravens – Adrian Moten, OLB – Maryland
229. Eagles (Seattle) – Brian Rolle, OLB – Ohio State
230. Falcons (Patriots) – Lazarius Levingston, DE/DT – LSU
231. Steelers – Noel Devine, RB – WVU
232. Packers – Da’Rel Scott, RB – Maryland
233. Falcons – Scott Tolzien, QB – Wisconsin
234. Chargers – Jeff Maehl, WR – Oregon
235. Dolphins – Mario Fannin, RB – Auburn
236. Vikings – Lee Smith, TE – Marshall
237. Eagles – Will Hill, FS – Florida *
238. Tampa Bay – Shaun Chapas, FB – Georgia
239. 49ers – Mike McNeill, TE/WR – Nebraska
240. Eagles – Josh Byrnes, MLB – Auburn
241. Raiders – Taylor Potts, QB – Texas Tech
242. Seattle – Adam Grant, OT – Arizona
243. Saints – David Sims, SS – Iowa State
244. Carolina – Ugo Chinasas, DE – Oklahoma State
245. Bills – Maurice Hurt, OG – Florida
246. Bengals – Kenny Rowe, OLB/DE – Oregon
247. Denver – Quentin Davie, OLB – Northwestern
248. Browns – Cortez Allen, CB – Citadel
249. Arizona – Garrett Chisolm, OG – South Carolina
250. 49ers – Kai Forbath, K – UCLA
251. Titans – Tim Barnes, C – Missouri
252. Dallas – Ryan Bartholomew, C – Syracuse
253. Redskins – Kentrell Lockett, DE/OLB – Mississippi
254. Texans – Dan Kilgore, OG/OT – Appalachian State

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  1. U. Gochi on said:

    looking forward to the update

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