Ok, I've done enough complaining about others mocks. Here is mine:
Rd. 1 - Rueben Randle, WR, 6'4" 210, LSU:
Randle may have less physical potential than Stephen Hill, but he can contribute from day 1. Randle will compete for one
of the starting spots with Crabtree, Manningham, and Moss. If Moss isn't his former self, Randle will start right away.
Rd. 2 - Amini Silatolu, OG, 6'4" 311, Midwestern St:
Should be the 4th-5th interior OL taken. We may have to trade up earlier in the 2nd to get him. But he is a small school
guy making a position change to OG. So he could be there late in the 2nd. Will compete with Kilgore to start at RG.
Rd. 3 - Jared Crick, DT, 6'4" 279, Nebraska:
Could fall due to injury concerns. He needs to gain some weight to improve against double-teams. But he could develop
into the perfect replacement for J. Smith.
Rd. 4 - Travis Benjamin, WR, 5'10" 172, Miami:
A small but fast WR that could be a nice compliment to our generally slower WRs. Could be a good value pick here as
teams will overlook him earlier due to his size.
Rd. 5 - Kelcie Mccray, SS, 6'1", 202, Arkansas State:
A guy with the physical tools to be a starter at safety. But has some technical aspects that he needs to develop first.
Could be nice depth.
Rd. 6 - Kourtnei Brown, OLB, 6'5" 256, Clemson:
Developmental guy with a chance to provide good depth at OLB.
Rd. 7 - Terrance Frederick, CB, 5'10" 187, Texas A&M:
Another developmental guy that could help covering the slot.