April 11, 2010

NOPF's 2010 Mock Draft v2.0

See version 1.0 here

(1) St. Louis Rams - Oklahoma QB Sam Bradford
(2) Detroit Lions - Nebraska DT Ndamukong Suh
(3) Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Oklahoma DT Gerald McCoy

(4) Washington Redskins - Oklahoma State T Russell Okung*
(5) Kansas City Chiefs - Tennessee S Eric Berry*
(6) Seattle Seahawks - Iowa T Bryan Bulaga*
(7) Cleveland Browns - Georgia Tech DE Derrick Morgan
(8) Oakland Raiders - Oklahoma T Trent Williams*
(9) Buffalo Bills - Rutgers T Anthony Davis*
(10) Jacksonville Jaguars - Florida CB Joe Haden*
(11) Denver Broncos (from Chicago) - Michigan DE/LB Brandon Graham*
(12) Miami Dolphins - Tennessee DT Dan Williams
(13) San Francisco 49ers - Clemson RB CJ Spiller*
(14) Seattle Seahawks (from Denver) - Oklahoma State WR Dez Bryant*
(15) New York Giants - Boise State CB Kyle Wilson*
(16) Tennessee Titans - USF DE Jason Pierre-Paul*
(17) San Francisco 49ers (from Carolina) - Notre Dame QB Jimmy Clausen
(18) Pittsburgh Steelers - Texas S Earl Thomas*
(19) Atlanta Falcons - UCLA DT Brian Price
(20) Houston Texans - Fresno State RB Ryan Mathews*
(21) Cincinnati Bengals - Florida OL Maurkice Pouncey
(22) New England Patriots - Alabama LB Rolando McClain
(23) Green Bay Packers - USC T Charles Brown
(24) Philadelphia Eagles - Florida DE Carlos Dunlap*
(25) Baltimore Ravens - Oklahoma State TE Jermaine Gresham*
(26) Arizona Cardinals - Rutgers CB Devin McCourty
(27) Dallas Cowboys - Idaho G Mike Iupati
(28) San Diego Chargers - Penn State DT Jared Odrick
(29) New York Jets - USC DE Everson Griffen
(30) Minnesota Vikings - Notre Dame WR Golden Tate*
(31) Indianapolis Colts - Indiana T Rodger Saffold

(32) New Orleans Saints -TCU DE/LB Jerry Hughes
We're sticking with Hughes here, though his Horned Frogs teammate Daryl Washington is a better pure linebacker prospect. Hughes isn't quite a luxury pick, but he's close. Hughes might not be able to start in New Orleans but that doesn't mean he won't be entitled to half a dozen rookie sacks in Gregg Williams' versatile schemes. Don't forget that Williams tried to keep the Colts off balance by playing a lot of 3-4 and 3-3 in the Super Bowl. Hughes on the edge could make those schemes even more dangerous.

*Updated from previous version

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