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1st round mock draft with trades

ROUND ONE

-Washington trades their 6th overall pick, 2nd round pick and 2013 1st to St. Louis for the 2nd overall pick
-Dallas trades their 14th overall pick and 2nd round pick to Buffalo for the 10th overall
-San Diego trades their 18th overall pick and 2nd round pick to Seattle for the 11th overall
-Cleveland trades their 25th overall and a 2013 1st to Arizona for the 13th overall
-NY Jets trades the 16th overall to Indy for QB- Peyton Manning
-Seattle trades the 18th overall to NY for QB- Mark Sanchez and a 2012 3rd

1. Indianapolis- Andrew Luck, QB- Stanford
2. Washington f/m St. Louis- Robert Griffin, QB- Baylor
3. Minnesota- Matt Kalil, OT- USC
4. Cleveland- Trent Richardson, RB- Alabama
5. Tampa Bay- Morris Claiborne, CB- LSU
6. St. Louis f/m Washington- Jonathan Martin, OT- Stanford
7. Jacksonville- Kendall Wright, WR- Baylor
8T. Miami- Courtney Upshaw, OLB- Alabama
8T. Carolina- Justin Blackmon, WR- Oklahoma State
10. Dallas f/m Buffalo- Dre Kirkpatrick, CB- Alabama
11T. Kansas City- Reilly Reiff, OT- Iowa
11T. San Diego f/m Seattle- David DeCastro, OG- Stanford
13. Cleveland f/m Arizona- Ryan Tannehill, QB, Texas A&M
14. Buffalo- Nick Perry, OLB- USC
15. Philadelphia- Vontaze Burfict, ILB- Arizona State
16. Indianapolis f/m NY Jets- Brandon Thompson, DT, Clemson
17. Cincinnati f/m Oakand- Janoris Jenkins, CB- North Alabama
18. NY Jets f/m Seattle through San Diego- Luke Kuechly, ILB- Boston College
19. Chicago- Michael Floyd, WR- Notre Dame
20. Tennessee- Quentin Couples, DE- North Carolina
21.* Denver- Chris Polk, RB- Washington
22.* Cincinnati- Zach Brown, OLB- North Carolina
23.* NY Giants- Dont'a Hightower, ILB- Alabama
24.* Houston- Mohamed Sanu, WR- Rutgers
25.* Arizona f/m Cleveland through Atlanta- Whitney Mercilus, DE/OLB, Illinois
26.* Detroit- Peter Konz, OC- Wisconsin
27.* Baltimore- Jayron Hosley, CB- Virginia Tech
28.* Pittsburgh- Cordy Glenn, OG- Georgia
29.* New England f/m New Orleans- Alshon Jeffery, WR- South Carolina
30.* San Francisco- Melvin Ingram, DE/OLB- South Carolina
31.* New England- Mark Barron, SS- Alabama
32.* Green Bay- Lamar Miller, RB- Miami
your draft order is off,

21.* Denver-still playing
22.* Cincinnat-eliminated
23.* NY Giants-still playing
24.* Housto-still playing
25.* Arizona f/m Cleveland through Atlanta-eliminated
26.* Detroi-eliminated
27.* Baltimor-still playing
28.* Pittsburg-eliminated
29.* New England f/m New Orlean-still playing
30.* San Francisc-still playing
31.* New Englan-still playing
32.* Green Ba-still playing
Sure, looks pretty feasible; however, Wright before Blackman seems a little crazy to me. Blackman is a complete stud. He would've been a top 20 last year and I think his consistency and resume' will be very comforting to GMs. With Wright, they'll have to take a leap of faith and hope that his size and speed transfers well to the pros. It was the same with D Jackson, who was a much more dynamic prospect, IMO.
Im not sure anyone (even his old coach) would bite on a 1st round pick for Sanchez, he's just not worth it at this point. Cleveland will more then likely snag Blackmon early and a oline guy with their 2nd pick. They also need LBers G's, and another OT so their priority on RB and QB are much lower then your posting. Colt can run the WCO he just needs to be better protected. With Blackmon,Little, and Cribbs he will have the receivers he needs. Just needs alot of Oline this draft.
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Originally posted by OtisDriftwood:
Im not sure anyone (even his old coach) would bite on a 1st round pick for Sanchez, he's just not worth it at this point. Cleveland will more then likely snag Blackmon early and a oline guy with their 2nd pick. They also need LBers G's, and another OT so their priority on RB and QB are much lower then your posting. Colt can run the WCO he just needs to be better protected. With Blackmon,Little, and Cribbs he will have the receivers he needs. Just needs alot of Oline this draft.

Not to mention he is due an ungodly $14Million next season. You would need to consider whether the new team could actually keep him to that # or if they'd have to re-up on new contract with him. Then there is the idea that the jets are dumping their entire offensive staff and starting fresh, they want Sanchez to be their QB and haven't said anything to indicate otherwise.

EDIT: I also agree about Blackmon if he falls past Jacksonville it would have to be because of a bad medical or he tested positive for drugs (i.e. pure stupidity) other than that there is no way Blackmon falls past the most WR desperate team in the league.
[ Edited by sfout on Jan 14, 2012 at 8:07 AM ]
Any GM would trades for Sanchez with a 1st round pick or drafts Wright over Blackmon should be fired within seconds of making that transaction.
Originally posted by sacleads:
Any GM would trades for Sanchez with a 1st round pick or drafts Wright over Blackmon should be fired within seconds of making that transaction.

+1
Originally posted by sacleads:
Any GM would trades for Sanchez with a 1st round pick or drafts Wright over Blackmon should be fired within seconds of making that transaction.

Just like how Crabtree was supposed to go ahead of Heyward-Bey right? Dez Bryant was a beast but he fell right? Oklahoma scheme's is great for getting receivers open and not allowing teams to double receivers. Plus, has Blackmon ever been asked to block? I like him, but he is not a lock to go ahead of Wright.

Rotoworld.com:

"Area scouts and sources" tell SI's Tony Pauline that "a lot of teams" have Baylor's Kendall Wright rated as the No. 1 wide receiver in the 2012 NFL draft.

Pauline reports that "several teams," including one NFC playoff club, have Wright rated higher than Oklahoma State's Justin Blackmon. Blackmon is a favorite of media draftniks, but he is likely to run in the 4.5s at 6-foot-1 and has a checkered off-field history. Wright is three inches smaller, but will likely time in the low-4.3s and has drawn comparisons to Carolina's Steve Smith for his combo of vertical skills and physicality in traffic. With the Senior Bowl just over a week away, Wright may be a sleeper to be drafted in the top ten.
[ Edited by SteveYoung on Jan 14, 2012 at 9:42 AM ]
49ers should be picking 32nd in your draft
1. Wright should NOT got 7th, and over Blackmon, if he is at 7 Jags take Blackmon.

2.. Melvin Ingram is at nearly 271 lbs, I dont know if he is suited as a 3-4 OLB.
this may very well be the most awful mock draft i have ever seen
Originally posted by monsterzero789:
this may very well be the most awful mock draft i have ever seen

Thanks for the great input genuis
Originally posted by SteveYoung:
ROUND ONE

-Washington trades their 6th overall pick, 2nd round pick and 2013 1st to St. Louis for the 2nd overall pick
-Dallas trades their 14th overall pick and 2nd round pick to Buffalo for the 10th overall
-San Diego trades their 18th overall pick and 2nd round pick to Seattle for the 11th overall
-Cleveland trades their 25th overall and a 2013 1st to Arizona for the 13th overall
-NY Jets trades the 16th overall to Indy for QB- Peyton Manning
-Seattle trades the 18th overall to NY for QB- Mark Sanchez and a 2012 3rd

1. Indianapolis- Andrew Luck, QB- Stanford
2. Washington f/m St. Louis- Robert Griffin, QB- Baylor
3. Minnesota- Matt Kalil, OT- USC
4. Cleveland- Trent Richardson, RB- Alabama
5. Tampa Bay- Morris Claiborne, CB- LSU
6. St. Louis f/m Washington- Jonathan Martin, OT- Stanford
7. Jacksonville- Kendall Wright, WR- Baylor
8T. Miami- Courtney Upshaw, OLB- Alabama
8T. Carolina- Justin Blackmon, WR- Oklahoma State
10. Dallas f/m Buffalo- Dre Kirkpatrick, CB- Alabama
11T. Kansas City- Reilly Reiff, OT- Iowa
11T. San Diego f/m Seattle- David DeCastro, OG- Stanford
13. Cleveland f/m Arizona- Ryan Tannehill, QB, Texas A&M
14. Buffalo- Nick Perry, OLB- USC
15. Philadelphia- Vontaze Burfict, ILB- Arizona State
16. Indianapolis f/m NY Jets- Brandon Thompson, DT, Clemson
17. Cincinnati f/m Oakand- Janoris Jenkins, CB- North Alabama
18. NY Jets f/m Seattle through San Diego- Luke Kuechly, ILB- Boston College
19. Chicago- Michael Floyd, WR- Notre Dame
20. Tennessee- Quentin Couples, DE- North Carolina
21.* Denver- Chris Polk, RB- Washington
22.* Cincinnati- Zach Brown, OLB- North Carolina
23.* NY Giants- Dont'a Hightower, ILB- Alabama
24.* Houston- Mohamed Sanu, WR- Rutgers
25.* Arizona f/m Cleveland through Atlanta- Whitney Mercilus, DE/OLB, Illinois
26.* Detroit- Peter Konz, OC- Wisconsin
27.* Baltimore- Jayron Hosley, CB- Virginia Tech
28.* Pittsburgh- Cordy Glenn, OG- Georgia
29.* New England f/m New Orleans- Alshon Jeffery, WR- South Carolina
30.* San Francisco- Melvin Ingram, DE/OLB- South Carolina
31.* New England- Mark Barron, SS- Alabama
32.* Green Bay- Lamar Miller, RB- Miami

Blackmon isn't falling to 9th, Cleveland isn't going to trade two firsts to move up 12 spots to grab a player they can have in the second round, Kendall Wright is not going to be the first WR taken, New England already has a really strong O-line and will choose to fix their 31st ranked defense instead of drafting a guard, the Seahawks would not trade a first for Mark Sanchez, just to name several things that are wrong with this. I agree with monsterzero; this is one of the worst mock drafts I have ever seen.
[ Edited by PatrickWillis52 on Jan 14, 2012 at 2:43 PM ]
Your errors have been pointed out. That said, a mock draft is a scenario that a person believes could come about. I could see all of your trades as possibilities. I do disagree with alot of your projections but kudos for throwing it out there. Alot of people live to bash others ideas on here and have no origional thoughts of there own
Originally posted by SteveYoung:
ROUND ONE

-Washington trades their 6th overall pick, 2nd round pick and 2013 1st to St. Louis for the 2nd overall pick
-Dallas trades their 14th overall pick and 2nd round pick to Buffalo for the 10th overall
-San Diego trades their 18th overall pick and 2nd round pick to Seattle for the 11th overall
-Cleveland trades their 25th overall and a 2013 1st to Arizona for the 13th overall
-NY Jets trades the 16th overall to Indy for QB- Peyton Manning
-Seattle trades the 18th overall to NY for QB- Mark Sanchez and a 2012 3rd

1. Indianapolis- Andrew Luck, QB- Stanford
2. Washington f/m St. Louis- Robert Griffin, QB- Baylor
3. Minnesota- Matt Kalil, OT- USC
4. Cleveland- Trent Richardson, RB- Alabama
5. Tampa Bay- Morris Claiborne, CB- LSU
6. St. Louis f/m Washington- Jonathan Martin, OT- Stanford
7. Jacksonville- Kendall Wright, WR- Baylor
8T. Miami- Courtney Upshaw, OLB- Alabama
8T. Carolina- Justin Blackmon, WR- Oklahoma State
10. Dallas f/m Buffalo- Dre Kirkpatrick, CB- Alabama
11T. Kansas City- Reilly Reiff, OT- Iowa
11T. San Diego f/m Seattle- David DeCastro, OG- Stanford
13. Cleveland f/m Arizona- Ryan Tannehill, QB, Texas A&M
14. Buffalo- Nick Perry, OLB- USC
15. Philadelphia- Vontaze Burfict, ILB- Arizona State
16. Indianapolis f/m NY Jets- Brandon Thompson, DT, Clemson
17. Cincinnati f/m Oakand- Janoris Jenkins, CB- North Alabama
18. NY Jets f/m Seattle through San Diego- Luke Kuechly, ILB- Boston College
19. Chicago- Michael Floyd, WR- Notre Dame
20. Tennessee- Quentin Couples, DE- North Carolina
21.* Denver- Chris Polk, RB- Washington
22.* Cincinnati- Zach Brown, OLB- North Carolina
23.* NY Giants- Dont'a Hightower, ILB- Alabama
24.* Houston- Mohamed Sanu, WR- Rutgers
25.* Arizona f/m Cleveland through Atlanta- Whitney Mercilus, DE/OLB, Illinois
26.* Detroit- Peter Konz, OC- Wisconsin
27.* Baltimore- Jayron Hosley, CB- Virginia Tech
28.* Pittsburgh- Cordy Glenn, OG- Georgia
29.* New England f/m New Orleans- Alshon Jeffery, WR- South Carolina
30.* Green Bay- Lamar Miller, RB- Miami
31.* New England- Mark Barron, SS- Alabama
32.* San Francisco- Melvin Ingram, DE/OLB- South Carolina

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