2 (2) Lions Ndamukong Suh DT
3 (3) Buccaneers Gerald McCoy DT
4 (4) Redskins Russell Okung OT
5 (5) Chiefs Trent Williams OT
6 (6) Seahawks Derrick Morgan DE
7 (7) Browns Jimmy Clausen QB
8 (8) Raiders Eric Berry FS/SS
9 (9) Bills Bryan Bulaga OT
10 (10) Jaguars Joe Haden CB
11 (11) Broncos (From Bears) Dez Bryant WR/RS
12 (12) Dolphins Earl Thomas FS/CB
13 (13) 49ers Anthony Davis OT
14 (14) Seahawks (From Broncos) Charles Brown OT
15 (15) Giants Rolando McClain ILB
16 (16) Titans Dan Williams NT/DT
17 (17) 49ers (From Panthers) Brandon Graham DE
18 (18) Steelers Mike Iupati OG
19 (19) Falcons Jason Pierre-Paul DE
20 (20) Texans Ryan Mathews RB
21 (21) Bengals Jermaine Gresham TE
22 (22) Patriots C.J. Spiller RB/RS
23 (23) Packers Kyle Wilson CB
24 (24) Eagles Everson Griffen DE
25 (25) Ravens Terrence Cody NT/DT
26 (26) Cardinals Sergio Kindle OLB
27 (27) Cowboys Jared Odrick DE/DT
28 (28) Chargers Devin McCourty CB
29 (29) Jets Jerry Hughes DE/OLB
30 (30) Vikings Colt McCoy QB
31 (31) Colts Maurkice Pouncey C/OG
32 (32) Saints Sean Weatherspoon OLB
13 Anthony Davis OT
I expect him to fall if Oakland doesn't pick him. As you can see how my mock plays out, Bulaga and Davis are available to the Bills. They take Bulaga. I also see Spiller dropping because of needs in the higher valued position for Seattle. We land our future LT who will play RT for the next two years. Davis seems like a better prospect at LT than Staley once he matures. Davis in most years would be top eight if not five. We get great value for swing LT.
17 Brandon GrahamDE/OLB
What!!!??? No Spiller? With Ginn, the needs for his services at return specialist have greatly diminished so his value is not as high. There are other backs like him who could be had cheaper with more value. Instead, we select our top pass rusher to succeed Lawson who will be a UFA next year and to pair with Brooks as the new tandem. This will allow Parys, a fifth rounder, to stay as a quality backup along with Biggs. This means LaBoy signed with someone else. Graham would be able to contribute immediately as a third down pass rusher and in ST. Heck, he could surpass Manny from the get go.
49 Jahvid Best, RB/RS
Now this is some incredible value. A normal top 20 pick falling so far because of medical issues and size. He instantly becomes our third down back and backup to Ginn. He provide some serious matchup problems along with Ginn, VD and Crabtree. He can support ST and provide some options as returner, too.
79 Jerome Murphy, CB
"Despite his lanky appearance, Murphy is one of the biggest hitters in this year's cornerback class. He is especially willing and impressive in run support. Last season, he had a career-high 77 tackles along with a team-leading four interceptions and seven pass breakups. He had 67 tackles and a pair of pickoffs in 2008...His size and speed are prototypical for special teams (returns and coverage) and he averaged more than 24 yards per kickoff return in 2007. "--NFLDraftScout.com
He becomes an heir apparent to our CB squad and instantly improves ST. I honestly think that Baalke and friends are going to pick up solid ST guys who can contribute now. Murphy along with Best continues the ST rebuilding while providing solid depth at key positions.
113 Kam Chancellor FS/SS
One of my favs!!! He would instantly contribute to ST along side of Murphy. These two cats would be awesome hitters and blockers for ST. Chancellor is also a big guy similar to Mays, but even a better tackler and center fielder without the huge price tag. He will eventually succeed M. Lewis. Heck, another fourth round safety.
182 Ciron Black OG/OT
Every year, one or more OGs falls madly into the depths of the latter rounds. This year's candidate is Ciron Black who can also play OT. He provides solid depth as a sixth rounder especially since Baas is a ? mark for next year. Not bad for a sixth.
206 Adrian Tracy DE/OLB
More fuel to the ST unit. This cat already played ST well. He has a great motor and length. He would simply be added as a ST player with the possibility to add further depth to our LB core.
224 Nate Byham TE
Nice fit as a blocking TE. Eh, it's a seventh.
So what you think?
[ Edited by ninertico on Apr 19, 2010 at 11:05 AM ]