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Cecil Lammey's First Mock (1 Viewer)

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Cecil Lammey's first mock draft.

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Lammey's 1st Mock from Cecil's Blog

What If" Mock Draft 1

Thursday, March 7, 2013 8:13am

It’s that time of year! The Scouting Combine is over and during March we’ll see a number of prospects workout at their Pro Days. I’ll be traveling the country to different pro days and will report here what I see. From now until the end of April I will be doing a weekly mock draft. This is a fun exercise and one that I like to write with my own special twist. My ‘What If’ Mock Draft series looks at potential story lines that could develop during the 2013 NFL Draft. Today my ‘What If’ Mock Draft asks the question, ‘what if seven Defensive Tackles are selected in the first-round?’

1. Kansas City Chiefs – OT, Luke Joeckel, Texas A&M – The Chiefs released RT Eric Winston and will slide Brandon Albert over in his place. Joeckel takes over at Left Tackle and starts immediately.

2. Jacksonville Jaguars – DT, Shariff Floyd, Florida – It’s a new start in Jacksonville (again) and they need plenty of help on both sides of the ball. They get a big body in Floyd to stuff the run and create interior pressure.

3. Oakland Raiders – DE, Bjoern Werner, Florida State – Some think they could select QB Geno Smith here but they go in a different direction with Werner. The German-born pass rusher gives them an instant upgrade on the defensive line.

4. Philadelphia Eagles – OT, Eric Fisher, Central Michigan – The Eagles get a much needed upgrade to the offensive line here. Fisher had a fantastic week at the Senior Bowl earlier this year and followed that up with a strong showing at the Combine.

5. Detroit Lions – CB, Dee Millner, Alabama – The Lions love seeing Millner fall this far. Millner is a playmaker who loves to press WRs, bait QBs, and get his hands on the football.

6. Cleveland Browns – DE, Dion Jordan, Oregon – Jordan is a pass rusher with huge upside. He’s got rare athleticism but needs to develop more pass rushing moves to reach his potential.

7. Arizona Cardinals – QB, Tyler Wilson, Arkansas – Simply a better fit for the Bruce Arians offense than Geno Smith. Wilson reminds many in the scouting community of Brett Favre because of his gunslinging mentality and supreme confidence.

8. Buffalo Bills – WR, Cordarelle Patterson, Tennessee – Many assume they want a QB here and this is seen as a shocking pick. It’s not when you consider their plans to add a QB in the second-round (Ryan Nassib) and the need for a star WR to start opposite Steve Johnson.

9. New York Jets – QB, Geno Smith, West Virginia – The Jets (finally) get their replacement for Mark Sanchez. They’ll call it a competition in training camp but team brass wants Smith to start immediately.

10. Tennessee Titans – OG, Chance Warmack, Alabama – Warmack is the best interior O-Lineman in this draft. His strength and fierce attitude will be a welcome addition to the Titans.

11. San Diego Chargers – OT, Lane Johnson, Oklahoma – Probably the easiest pick to call in the first-round. The Chargers need to seriously upgrade their O-Line and it starts here.

12. Miami Dolphins – CB, Xavier Rhodes, Florida State – The Dolphins will lose CB Sean Smith in free agency but aren’t worried. They grab another big CB here by selecting Rhodes.

13. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – DT, Star Lotulelei, Utah – Once thought of as a top 5 pick we see Lotulelei slide a bit. The Bucs are happy to add a player with his size, strength at the point of attack, and quick burst off the snap.

14. Carolina Panthers – DT, Sheldon Richardson, Missouri – Only one dominant season at the FBS level has some questioning Richardson’s true potential. The Panthers like his size/strength combination and his relentless motor.

15. New Orleans Saints – WR, Tavon Austin, West Virginia – The Saints have plenty of needs on the defensive side of the ball but can’t resist taking Austin here. His 4.2 speed and Randall Cobb playing style will have a huge impact in their passing game.

16. St. Louis Rams – FS, Kenny Vaccaro, Texas – The upgrade to their secondary continues. Last year they added CB Janoris Jenkins in the first-round. This year they add Vaccaro, a playmaking Safety with high football intelligence and nose for the football.

17. Pittsburgh Steelers – DE, Damontre Moore, Texas A&M – Another DE the Steelers will convert to OLB here. Moore was once backing up Von Miller at the ‘Joker’ position for the Aggies. He has long arms and understands how to use leverage to get around blockers.

18. Dallas Cowboys – DT, Kawann Short, Purdue – The Cowboys need youth in the middle of their D-Line, and they also need a wide body like Short to stuff the run. Short can also use his long arms to bat down passes.

19. New York Giants – DE, Ezekiel Ansah, BYU – Constantly compared to Giants DE Jason Pierre-Paul, now Ansah gets to play on the same line. Ansah is a raw prospect but should be able to develop his game fully on the Giants.

20. Chicago Bears – TE, Zach Ertz, Stanford – The Bears want to surround QB Jay Cutler with more weapons and need a huge upgrade at the TE spot. Ertz reminds scouts of Jason Witten (Cowboys) with his fluid athleticism, run after the catch ability and strong hands.

21. Cincinnati Bengals – OLB, Barkevious Mingo, LSU – From the Bayou Bengals to the Bengals of the NFL. Mingo is a raw prospect with incredible athleticism and high upside if he can develop his technique.

22. St. Louis Rams (from Washington) – WR, Keenan Allen, California – The Rams need to add weapons to the WR position, especially if they lose Danny Amendola in free agency. Allen has some A.J. Green (Bengals) to his game because of his body control although he is not quite as explosive. Scouts like his size, toughness, sure hands and compare him to Jordy Nelson (Packers).

23. Minnesota Vikings – WR, DeAndre Hopkins, Clemson – The team needs additional weapons in the passing game and wants to surround QB Christian Ponder with better talent. Hopkins is like Reggie Wayne (Colts) because he can get open with ease and has the concentration and body control to make difficult catches seem routine.

24. Indianapolis Colts – DT, Johnathan Hankins, Ohio State – It’s year two of Chuck Pagano’s 3-4 scheme and the Colts need to continue adding pieces to the puzzle. Hankins is technically sound and can line up at all three spots on the D-Line.

25. Seattle Seahawks – DE, Datone Jones, UCLA – The rich get richer here. Jones was misused at UCLA and is a good fit for the Seahawks as Pete Carroll will know the correct way to get the most out of him.

26. Green Bay Packers – OLB, Arthur Brown, Kansas State – The Packers get an athletic playmaker who can line up at multiple positions. His work ethic, and team first mentality makes him a Ted Thompson favorite.

27. Houston Texans – ILB, Kevin Minter, LSU – Some scouts say Minter is this year’s Lavonte David (Buccaneers). Minter is smart, and knows how to diagnose plays quickly as they break down in front of him. Both starting ILBs Bradie James and Tim Dobbins are set to hit free agency.

28. Denver Broncos – DT, John Jenkins, Georgia – Seeing a run at the DT position the Broncos get in on the action by adding Jenkins. Kevin Vickerson and Justin Bannan are both free agents and the team needs youth, size, and strength at the position. Jenkins is all that and flashes from B.J. Raji (Packers) in his game from time to time. His size frees up rushers Von Miller and Elvis Dumervil.

29. New England Patriots – CB, Desmond Trufant, Washington – They won’t overpay to keep Aqib Talib in free agency. Trufant had a strong showing at the Senior Bowl earlier this year and scouts love his click and close ability when the pass is thrown.

30. Atlanta Falcons – RB, Eddie Lacy, Alabama – They’ll work to add Steven Jackson (Rams) in free agency. If that doesn’t work they go back to the Crimson Tide and nab Lacy. His style reminds many of a young Michael Turner, the RB he’ll be replacing in Atlanta.

31. San Francisco 49ers – DT, Jessie Williams, Alabama – Williams reminds some in the scouting community of Patriots DT Vince Wilfork. He’s not built to rush the passer but will stuff the run every down and eat up two blockers on most plays.

32. Baltimore Ravens – ILB, Manti Te’o, Notre Dame – The replacement for Ray Lewis is here. He’ll have big shoes to fill and some initial controversy to overcome at the pro level. The Ravens veteran locker room should be able to handle the whole ‘Catfish’ (fake girlfriend) situation.
I kinda like my first attempt at a mock draft.Bracie Smathers First Mock

 
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I like the Hankins pick for the Colts. We definitely need some DL help, and it doesn't appear we're going in that direction with FA, as we are targetting OL, OLBs & CBs seemingly.

I would also be happy with Trufant or D Jones at that spot.

EDIT: Heck, just seen he didn't mock Jarvis Jones in the first. He'd definitely be the pick at 24 for me, if he was there.

 
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Was Jarvis Jones hit by a bus?
To be fair to Lammey, he posted this last Thursday before the latest leaked information from Dan Pompei stating that he's been cleared (I have a thread devoted just to that topic and I can see how someone could have deemed Jones undraftable and how even now teams might be leery of using a first round pick on him. Think D'Quan Bowers a few years ago and how he was being tagged as the top pick in the draft and he fell to the second round)Cecil might have already changed his thoughts on LB Jarvis Jones but he didn't have him as a first round pick last Thursady when this was posted.
 
Ertz over Eifert in the first round is certainly going against the current conventional wisdom.

 
Jarvis Jones and Jonathan Cooper will be first-rounders, without a doubt.

I took Moore at #17 for Pittsburgh in the Shark Pool mock, but after I did so, rumors of him being a "knucklehead" and turning teams off during interviews with a lack of passion/work ethic/intelligence now makes me think it's highly unlikely they'd take him. Especially not if Ansah and Mingo are still around, as they are here.

I don't see any way on Earth Ansah falls to #19 or Mingo to #21. I've been touting Ansah as a possible top 10 pick since he was being discussed as a second-rounder pre-combine, and now I think there's an outside chance he goes top 5. I believe both guys could easily be gone by pick #9.

If Arizona takes Tyler Wilson at #7 when he's a near mortal lock to be a round or two later, they deserve to keep sucking and should be forced to trade Larry Fitzgerald by the league office.

Other than that, I like the majority of it. Good read, Cecil...

 
Tyler Wilson before Geno, Manuel, Barkley is extremely doubtful.
Lammey must have heard about that particular pick because he addressed it on his Twitter feed and it appears he really likes QB Tyler Wilson over Geno Smith but it might be a bit of frenetic tunnel vision judging from the running conversation he had with someone who agreed with that pick.My link

Cecil Lammey‏@cecillammey

plenty of 'why Wilson at QB1?' questions - Geno Smith is Alex Smith in my eyes, Wilson could be Aaron Rodgers #NFLDraft love his confidence

David Clack‏@clackamas01

@cecillammey why isnt anyone talking about Wilson? Yeah he had a down year, but everyone knows the reasons why.

Cecil Lammey‏@cecillammey

@clackamas01 BUT HE'S INEXPERIENCED!!!!1! LOL,love that argument. Tannehill went top 10 w/19 college starts, make mine Tyler Wilson!

David Clack‏@clackamas01

@cecillammey Im right there with ya, i believe Wilson is gonna be a baller in the NFL..some team is gonna luck up and get a great QB

Cecil Lammey‏@cecillammey

@clackamas01 it's why I say Geno Smith is Alex Smith and Tyler Wilson is Aaron Rodgers, Geno goes b4, but Wilson the better pro

David Clack‏@clackamas01

@cecillammey Arizona needs to be all over Wilson..Smith goes 4 to the eagles

Cecil Lammey‏@cecillammey

@clackamas01 1000% agreed. Nice for Arians system
 
Jarvis Jones and Jonathan Cooper will be first-rounders, without a doubt.

I took Moore at #17 for Pittsburgh in the Shark Pool mock, but after I did so, rumors of him being a "knucklehead" and turning teams off during interviews with a lack of passion/work ethic/intelligence now makes me think it's highly unlikely they'd take him. Especially not if Ansah and Mingo are still around, as they are here.

I don't see any way on Earth Ansah falls to #19 or Mingo to #21. I've been touting Ansah as a possible top 10 pick since he was being discussed as a second-rounder pre-combine, and now I think there's an outside chance he goes top 5. I believe both guys could easily be gone by pick #9.

If Arizona takes Tyler Wilson at #7 when he's a near mortal lock to be a round or two later, they deserve to keep sucking and should be forced to trade Larry Fitzgerald by the league office.

Other than that, I like the majority of it. Good read, Cecil...
I figured you would have changed that selection of DE/OLB Damontre Moore from the Shark Pool mock draft for those very reasons and I also agree with you that he's not a Steeler-type of pick even though he is talented.I had the Steelers going in a different direction in my mock and had Damontre Moore dropping all the way down to #29 to the Patriots in my mock draft.

If you go to the link you can see I had the other pass-rushing OLBers off the board and let Moore go right past Pittsburgh.

My link

17 PIT - Keenan Allen WR California

With the top pass rushers that fit their scheme gone and with WR Mike Wallace likely gone as a free agent the Steelers find more than an adequate replacement.

29 NE -Damontre Moore, DE, Texas A&M

I like Damontre as a 4-3 DE and unbeknownst to many the Pats switched their base to a 4-3. Damontre provides a pass rush to the opposite side of Chandler Jones.
 
I'd be surprised if the Chiefs slide Albert to the right side. Everything he's recently tweeted sounds like he's convinced he'll be staying on the left. I think whichever tackle KC chooses #1 goes to RT for this year at least. Which may favor Fisher being the pick since he's supposedly more versatile.

 
15. New Orleans Saints – WR, Tavon Austin, West Virginia – The Saints have plenty of needs on the defensive side of the ball but can’t resist taking Austin here. His 4.2 speed and Randall Cobb playing style will have a huge impact in their passing game.

27. Houston Texans – ILB, Kevin Minter, LSU – Some scouts say Minter is this year’s Lavonte David (Buccaneers). Minter is smart, and knows how to diagnose plays quickly as they break down in front of him. Both starting ILBs Bradie James and Tim Dobbins are set to hit free agency.
Only a casual Saints fan due to proximity so correct me homers if I am wrong, but their QB threw for over 5,000 yards & 40+ TD's two years in a row. They resigned Colston last year and Lance Moore 2 seasons ago. The defense was worst in the league last year in points and 2nd to last in yards. WR seems a surprising pick.

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The Texans have this other starting ILB named Brian Cushing... ;)

 
'Frankbot said:
I'd be surprised if the Chiefs slide Albert to the right side. Everything he's recently tweeted sounds like he's convinced he'll be staying on the left. I think whichever tackle KC chooses #1 goes to RT for this year at least. Which may favor Fisher being the pick since he's supposedly more versatile.
I've also read that KC is working extending Albert, so my 2c would be KC trying to deal down a few picks and going Milner/Floyd/other.
 
I'm not sure if teams view DTs the way I do, but I think that in today's game if your DT doesn't have the burst to sack QBs he shouldn't be as highly valued. There is something to be said about run stuffers, but what is really valuable is the pocket collapsers with closing burst. The cerebral statue QBs who contend for Super Bowls are too smart and will adjust and get rid of the ball before most interior pressure gets to them. The contender athletic QBs juke most DTs who break through the line. Kaep, RG3, & Wilson aren't going to be chased down by slow players so really pressure from slow DTs just lead to missed assignments and improvisational plays that gash defenses. I think that is why the trend has been to put DEs inside on passing downs and get pressure that way, and that will work against contender QBs because of the speed at which the play moves. It's becoming similar to how some LBs aren't considered 3 down players. LB value is reflected this way in the draft, but I don't think DT value has caught up to where in should be in this regard. So while many people think that this DT draft class is deep, I see it as a bunch of guys who people are optimistic about because they aren't looking at the big picture of what it takes to beat the best QBs. The strengths people point to on film will not translate to big games against good teams because these players are too slow and will end up a day late and a dollar short in most cases. The NFL is not the same as it was a decade ago and the impact of penetration or lane stuffing is not the same thing as closing speed on QBs.

On the flip side of this I value the guards a little differently in this draft too. I think that Jonathan Cooper is well suited to go up against those DEs who move inside moreso than Chance Warmack. In the mock drafts that I have seen I don't think that Larry Warford is getting the credit that he deserves for being such a crusher.

Teams need to rethink the traditional offensive line values and move past silly notions like what a LT is and what a RT is, as if putting a LT at RT is some big failure that has historic empirical data to back it up. It's a fallacy just like reasoning for devaluing OGs in the draft. The reality is that if you have a weak link on the offensive line it will get exposed and if you neglect your offensive line in the draft it will likely haunt you. The Ravens & 49ers have high OL picks on their lines, the Ravens don't have strict LT, RT guidelines but rather they are flexible and just put the best 5 blockers on the field, what a novel concept. The 49ers handling of Boone is similar thinking. Having an edge on the interior offensive line matters, but having a weakness anywhere on the line matters much more. That is why teams end up with problems because they think that all they need is a guy who is just good enough, but when they are wrong it is fatal to the unit's success. If they went after players who they felt could be great and were wrong usually they would end up being just good enough and it wouldn't be such a problem.

On the defensive line if you have a group that is just good enough you aren't going to win anything of significance in the NFL, because you need those guys to be special so they aren't just stalemated by good enough offensive linemen. So wasting high picks on players who aren't equipped to be difference makers because of speed limitations is wrong, and being wrong about those guys costs more wins that being wrong about OL who are just OK when wishful thinking lead you to believe they would be great. Dontari Poe is a good example of wishful thinking as is Marcel Dareus, not that they aren't solid players, but rather they were overvalued given their limitations with respect to going through the best teams. When is the last Super Bowl that you could have envisioned either of them being a difference maker? It's the nature of their games in relation to the nature of the best offenses in today's NFL that is the mismatch. For me to take a DT with a top 20 pick I would have to be able to envision him being explosive and disruptive like Albert Haynesworth or Shaun Rogers in their prime and guys with that size, quickness, and freakish athleticism are still rare despite people saying that DTs are becoming more athletic in general. The difference maker DTs are still outliers.

That's some of how I see offensive/defensive line dynamics and I always try to keep the goal of winning Super Bowls in view, so it's important to think less about how a player will do against poor teams and more about how they will play against great teams. I think that's where mock drafts get further complicated, what a team should do and what they will do are often different projections. Some teams are trying to build a dynasty and have a long view in mind, whereas other teams are short sighted and are trying to put a product on the field this season to appease season ticket holders, fans, and media by giving them just enough to be hopefully optimistic about despite deep down knowing they don't have what it takes to beat the teams that actually do have the pieces in place. A lot of mistakes hinge on not being to evaluate and develop QBs. Teams that have a scrub QB that refuse to admit it cripple their teams. Like thinking Amendola is going to turn in to Wes Welker, without acknowledging the vital fact that Sam Bradford is nothing close to Tom Brady. Can you really see Sam Bradford going through 3 or 4 of the best teams in the NFL to win a Super Bowl? Has he really shown flashes of being able to dominate the great defenses or is it wishful thinking? Many people doubted Joe Flacco, but one thing about Joe is that despite his fantasy stats not being as good as some other guys, his play in big games against very good teams said a lot about what he is as a player.

Thinking about Joe Flacco and his path you can see how he played in big games a lot and he didn't always win, but he was in those games and learned from the competition which is very important. He was in those games because his team drafted well enough to get the talent around him so he could mature properly and it's a real credit to the organization to evaluate talent properly, when a team fails to do this it's a huge disservice to their QB and thus their whole team. The differnece between Joe Flacco and all these Joe Blow "franchise" QBs is not just his arm, but moreso his mind, he had been through the fire even before he won the Super Bowl and to think that most of these young QBs without his arm are somehow going to all of a sudden gain that insight without paying dues is a huge leap of faith. These perennial scrub teams who never make it to those games are kidding themselves because they aren't going to develop their QBs in a timely fashion by wasting draft picks and leaving talent on the board as if they have a championship window open that justifies it. So I would like to see mock drafts with who a team should take and who a team will take distinctions because it would be more informative about what a team really is in that analysts eyes and it gives a better idea of how the draft will actually play out through 32 different prisms.

 
I love that Cecil has to explain what "Catfish" means. If you are a Football fan with an internet connection you are aware now of what it means!

 
I'm not sure if teams view DTs the way I do, but I think that in today's game if your DT doesn't have the burst to sack QBs he shouldn't be as highly valued. There is something to be said about run stuffers, but what is really valuable is the pocket collapsers with closing burst.
It really depends on the team/defense. In a 4-3 front, I agree with you 100%. In a 3-4, not as much. Casey Hampton has 9 sacks in 12 seasons, so it's obvious he's not rushing the passer much, but despite that, he's been to 5 Pro Bowls and was named to the Steelers' 75th anniversary All-Time Team in 2007. In a 3-4 zone blitz scheme, a true 0-tech nose is pivotal.
 
I'm not sure if teams view DTs the way I do, but I think that in today's game if your DT doesn't have the burst to sack QBs he shouldn't be as highly valued. There is something to be said about run stuffers, but what is really valuable is the pocket collapsers with closing burst.
It really depends on the team/defense. In a 4-3 front, I agree with you 100%. In a 3-4, not as much. Casey Hampton has 9 sacks in 12 seasons, so it's obvious he's not rushing the passer much, but despite that, he's been to 5 Pro Bowls and was named to the Steelers' 75th anniversary All-Time Team in 2007. In a 3-4 zone blitz scheme, a true 0-tech nose is pivotal.
Fair point, I will think about it some more & share my thoughts later on 3-4 NTs and how I think they should be valued with respect to the rest of the front 7.---I don't mean to take anything away from Casey Hampton because I think he's a terrific player and certainly was a big part of a perennial contender, but the Steelers defense is as good as the quality of the OLBs and linebacker play in general. There are plenty of solid NT guys who can hold at the point of attack, but the best 3-4s are about the best OLBs and even the 3-4 DEs need to be quality. I think I remember hearing something about **** LeBeau saying Aaron Smith is the vital part of the Steelers defensive line. And he was saying this in Hampton's prime. My point is that there is a difference between gap assignments with explosive DTs that you can just let wreck havoc and system players who just have to be good enough fundamentally against the run for the rest of the defense to work properly. And if that NT is great against the run it's better, but today's game is about pressure on the QB on third down in passing situations that's where those 3-4s OLBs shine with those rare tools.One thing that teams are doing against the heavy DT types is to run hurry up and keep them on the field and having to move, and it tires most of them out. You have to start to consider that type of stuff when building your team, opponent strategy. There are not enough Vince Wilforks available. This draft class is deep with DTs who aren't quick enough to impact 3rd down passing situations and they will effectively function as bad DEs pass rush wise which is not ideal. I think there are a few guys worth gambling on in the first round, but it's better to gamble on the elite DE/OLB prospects first, freakish players of any other position. All positions are not created equally that's why I rank DT prospects lower than most, with the caveat that if a player is freakishly special he ranks above any player that isn't. I don't view the top tier defensive linemen at the top of a curve, but rather a cliff. My philosophy for a defensive framework is gap penetration, pressure with 4 players helps the back 7 tremendously from scheme diversity and average coverage time standpoints. I would build through the draft and free agency with that in mind. The edge gained from front 4 pressure has to be consistent for your team to contend, so predicate everything around this foundational blueprint and that player with no pass rush who plays in the middle of the line is basically like bringing 3 with 1 slow spy on a lot of 3rd down plays. Bad spot to put the back 7 in, compared to bringing 4 who can close. The passing weapons amongst the best teams in the NFL is awesome and it's getting harder to cover so the game comes down to pressure and my conclusion is still the same, if a player can't close on the QB it can be detrimental to the team and it should be reflected in predictions of upside influencing draft stock in general.
 
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I took Moore at #17 for Pittsburgh in the Shark Pool mock, but after I did so, rumors of him being a "knucklehead" and turning teams off during interviews with a lack of passion/work ethic/intelligence now makes me think it's highly unlikely they'd take him. Especially not if Ansah and Mingo are still around, as they are here.
This is the part I dont understand and would be interested to hear Cecil's reasoning. Ansah and Mingo's stock has only risen since the combine, while Moore's has plummeted. Im not seeing it, and dont think the Steelers would go this route either.
 
15. New Orleans Saints – WR, Tavon Austin, West Virginia – The Saints have plenty of needs on the defensive side of the ball but can’t resist taking Austin here. His 4.2 speed and Randall Cobb playing style will have a huge impact in their passing game.

27. Houston Texans – ILB, Kevin Minter, LSU – Some scouts say Minter is this year’s Lavonte David (Buccaneers). Minter is smart, and knows how to diagnose plays quickly as they break down in front of him. Both starting ILBs Bradie James and Tim Dobbins are set to hit free agency.
Only a casual Saints fan due to proximity so correct me homers if I am wrong, but their QB threw for over 5,000 yards & 40+ TD's two years in a row. They resigned Colston last year and Lance Moore 2 seasons ago. The defense was worst in the league last year in points and 2nd to last in yards. WR seems a surprising pick.

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The Texans have this other starting ILB named Brian Cushing... ;)
Yeah, the offense is stacked! They might add another piece to it in the draft, but any Saints fan will tell you......the defense has to be addressed. We don't have the personnel for the 3-4 at this point . LB is a huge necessity.
 
'Bracie Smathers said:
'IHEARTFF said:
Tyler Wilson before Geno, Manuel, Barkley is extremely doubtful.
Lammey must have heard about that particular pick because he addressed it on his Twitter feed and it appears he really likes QB Tyler Wilson over Geno Smith but it might be a bit of frenetic tunnel vision judging from the running conversation he had with someone who agreed with that pick.My link

Cecil Lammey‏@cecillammey

plenty of 'why Wilson at QB1?' questions - Geno Smith is Alex Smith in my eyes, Wilson could be Aaron Rodgers #NFLDraft love his confidence

David Clack‏@clackamas01

@cecillammey why isnt anyone talking about Wilson? Yeah he had a down year, but everyone knows the reasons why.

Cecil Lammey‏@cecillammey

@clackamas01 BUT HE'S INEXPERIENCED!!!!1! LOL,love that argument. Tannehill went top 10 w/19 college starts, make mine Tyler Wilson!

David Clack‏@clackamas01

@cecillammey Im right there with ya, i believe Wilson is gonna be a baller in the NFL..some team is gonna luck up and get a great QB

Cecil Lammey‏@cecillammey

@clackamas01 it's why I say Geno Smith is Alex Smith and Tyler Wilson is Aaron Rodgers, Geno goes b4, but Wilson the better pro

David Clack‏@clackamas01

@cecillammey Arizona needs to be all over Wilson..Smith goes 4 to the eagles

Cecil Lammey‏@cecillammey

@clackamas01 1000% agreed. Nice for Arians system
Mock drafts are supposed to be about who you think a team will take at a certain pick not who you personally think will end up being the better player. Highly doubtful Wilson is the first QB taken.
 
I love how I predicted 2 months ago that there would be 4 first round WR's.......people bashed the heck out of me on here. Well here's Lammey's mock with 4 FIRST ROUNDERS. FOLKS WHERE IS THE BASHING?!?

Where are you guys?!

 
Here are some mocks sewn together by BR to get a sort of consensus of different mocks.

Their is some overlap since with a couple of tied consensus picks but this gives a nice overview of where some of the top mocks have names going off the board.

My link

No. 1: Kansas City Chiefs

Todd McShay: Star Lotulelei, Defensive Line, Utah

Daniel Jeremiah: Luke Joeckel, Offensive Tackle, Texas A&M

Charles Davis: Joeckel

Matt Miller: Joeckel

Dane Brugler: Eric Fisher, Offensive Tackle, Central Michigan

CONSENSUS PICK: OT Luke Joekel

No. 2: Jacksonville Jaguars

Todd McShay: Luke Joeckel, Offensive Tackle, Texas A&M

Daniel Jeremiah: Eric Fisher, Offensive Tackle, Central Michigan

Charles Davis: Fisher

Matt Miller: Sharrif Floyd, Defensive Line, Florida

Dane Brugler: Dion Jordan, Defensive End, Oregon

CONSENSUS PICK: OT Eric Fisher

No. 3: Oakland Raiders

Todd McShay: Sharrif Floyd, Defensive Tackle, Florida

Daniel Jeremiah: Floyd

Charles Davis: Floyd

Matt Miller: Geno Smith, Quarterback, West Virginia

Dane Brugler: Floyd

CONSENSUS PICK: DT Sharrif Floyd

No. 4: Philadelphia Eagles

Todd McShay: Dee Milliner, Cornerback, Alabama

Daniel Jeremiah: Dion Jordan, Defensive End/Outside Linebacker, Oregon

Charles Davis: Lane Johnson, Offensive Tackle, Oklahoma

Matt Miller: Jordan

Dane Brugler: Luke Joeckel, Offensive Tackle, Texas A&M

CONSENSUS PICK: OLB/DE Dion Jordan

No. 5: Detroit Lions

Todd McShay: Ezekiel Ansah, Defensive End, BYU

Daniel Jeremiah: Ansah

Charles Davis: Dee Milliner, Cornerback, Alabama

Matt Miller: Eric Fisher, Offensive Tackle, Central Michigan

Dane Brugler: Milliner

CONSENSUS PICK: TIE CB Dee Milliner, DE Ezekiel Ansah

No. 6: Cleveland Browns

Todd McShay: Dion Jordan, Defensive End/Outside Linebacker, Oregon

Daniel Jeremiah: Dee Milliner, Cornerback, Alabama

Charles Davis: Jarvis Jones, Outside Linebacker, Georgia

Matt Miller: Milliner

Dane Brugler: Barkevious Mingo, Defensive End/Outside linebacker,

CONSENSUS PICK: CB Dee Milliner

No. 7: Arizona Cardinals

Todd McShay: Geno Smith, Quarterback, West Virginia

Daniel Jeremiah: Smith

Charles Davis: Smith

Matt Miller: Matt Barkley, Quarterback, Arizona

Dane Brugler: Smith

CONSENSUS PICK: QB Geno Smith

No. 8: Buffalo Bills

Todd McShay: Eric Fisher, Offensive Tackle, Central Michigan

Daniel Jeremiah: Lane Johnson, Offensive Tackle, Oklahoma

Charles Davis: Chance Warmack, Guard, Alabama

Matt Miller: Cordarrelle Patterson, Wide Receiver, Tennessee

Dane Brugler: Patterson

CONSENSUS PICK: WR Codarrelle Patterson

No. 9: New York Jets

Todd McShay: Barkevious Mingo, Defensive End/Outside Linebacker, LSU

Daniel Jeremiah: Jarvis Jones, Outside Linebacker, Georgia

Charles Davis: Dion Jordan, Outside Linebacker, Oregon

Matt Miller: Ezekiel Ansah, Defensive End/Outside Linebacker, BYU

Dane Brugler: Ansah

CONSENSUS PICK: OLB/DE Ezekiel Ansah

No. 10: Tennessee Titans

Todd McShay: Jonathan Cooper, Guard, North Carolina

Daniel Jeremiah: Cooper

Charles Davis: Cooper

Matt Miller: Tank Carradine, Defensive End, Florida State

Dane Brugler: Chance Warmack, Guard, Alabama

CONSENSUS PICK: OG Jonathan Cooper

No. 11: San Diego Chargers

Todd McShay: Lane Johnson, Offensive Tackle, Oklahoma

Daniel Jeremiah: Cordarrelle Patterson, Wide Receiver, Tennessee

Charles Davis: Star Lotulelei, Defensive Line, Utah

Matt Miller: Johnson

Dane Brugler: Johnson

CONSENSUS PICK: EDIT OT LANE JONHSON

No. 12: Miami Dolphins

Todd McShay: Keenan Allen, Wide Receiver, California

Daniel Jeremiah: Allen

Charles Davis: Cordarrelle Patterson, Wide Receiver, Tennessee

Matt Miller: Xavier Rhodes, Cornerback, Florida State

Dane Brugler: Rhodes

CONSENSUS PICK: TIE WR Keenan Allen, CB Xavier Rhodes

No. 13: Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Todd McShay: Kenny Vaccaro, Safety, Texas

Daniel Jeremiah: Xavier Rhodes, Cornerback, Florida State

Charles Davis: Rhodes

Matt Miller: Vaccaro

Dane Brugler: Star Lotulelei, Defensive Tackle, Utah

CONSENSUS PICK: TIE CB Xavier Rhodes, S Kenny Vaccaro

No. 14: Carolina Panthers

Todd McShay: Sheldon Richardson, Defensive Tackle, Missouri

Daniel Jeremiah: Star Lotulelei, Defensive Tackle, Utah

Charles Davis: Richardson

Matt Miller: Lotulelei

Dane Brugler: Richardson

CONSENSUS PICK: DT Sheldon Richardson

No. 15: New Orleans Saints

Todd McShay: Alec Ogletree, Linebacker, Georgia

Daniel Jeremiah: Barkevious Mingo, Outside Linebacker, LSU

Charles Davis: Mingo

Matt Miller: Mingo

Dane Brugler: Jarvis Jones, Outside Linebacker, Georgia

CONSENSUS PICK: OLB Barkevious Mingo

No. 16: St. Louis Rams

Todd McShay: Tavon Austin, Wide Receiver, West Virginia

Daniel Jeremiah: Chance Warmack, Guard, Alabama

Charles Davis: Keenan Allen, Wide Receiver, California

Matt Miller: Warmack

Dane Brugler: Kenny Vaccaro, Safety, Texas

CONSENSUS PICK: OG Chance Warmack

No. 17: Pittsburgh Steelers

Todd McShay: Jarvis Jones, Linebacker, Georgia

Daniel Jeremiah: Kenny Vaccaro, Safety, Texas

Charles Davis: Vaccaro

Matt Miller: Jones

Dane Brugler: Damontre Moore, Linebacker, Texas A&M

CONSENSUS PICK: TIE OLB Jarvis Jones, S Kenny Vaccaro

No. 18: Dallas Cowboys

Todd McShay: Chance Warmack, Guard, Alabama

Daniel Jeremiah: Sheldon Richardson, Defensive Tackle, Missouri

Charles Davis: D.J. Fluker, Offensive Tackle, Alabama

Matt Miller: Bjoern Werner, Defensive End, Florida State

Dane Brugler: Jonathan Cooper, Guard, North Carolina

CONSENSUS PICK: NONE

No. 19: New York Giants

Todd McShay: Tyler Eifert, Tight End, Notre Dame

Daniel Jeremiah: Alec Ogletree, Linebacker, Georgia

Charles Davis: Ezekiel Ansah, Defensive End, BYU

Matt Miller: Sheldon Richardson, Defensive Tackle, Missouri

Dane Brugler: Bjoern Werner, Defensive End, Florida State

CONSENSUS PICK: NONE

No. 20: Chicago Bears

Todd McShay: Cordarrelle Patterson, Wide Receiver, Tennessee

Daniel Jeremiah: Tyler Eifert, Tight End, Notre Dame

Charles Davis: Eifert

Matt Miller: Menelik Watson, Offensive Tackle, Florida State

Dane Brugler: Eifert

CONSENSUS PICK: TE Tyler Eifert

No. 21: Cincinnati Bengals

Todd McShay: D.J. Fluker, Offensive Tackle, Alabama

Daniel Jeremiah: Matt Elam, Safety, Florida

Charles Davis: Bjoern Werner, Defensive Line, Florida State

Matt Miller: Eddie Lacy, Running Back, Alabama

Dane Brugler: Fluker

CONSENSUS PICK: OT D.J. (frau) 'B'Fluker Young Frankenstien joke

No. 22: St. Louis Rams (From Wash)

Todd McShay: Menelik Watson, Offensive Tackle, Florida State

Daniel Jeremiah: Tavon Austin, Wide Receiver, West Virginia

Charles Davis: Eric Reid, Safety, LSU

Matt Miller: Jonathan Cyprien, Safety, Florida International

Dane Brugler: Austin

CONSENSUS PICK: WR Tavon Austin

No. 23: Minnesota Vikings

Todd McShay: Sylvester Williams, Defensive Tackle, North Carolina

Daniel Jeremiah: Williams

Charles Davis: Williams

Matt Miller: Tavon Austin, Wide Receiver, West Virgina

Dane Brugler: DeAndre Hopkins, Wide Receiver, Clemson

CONSENSUS PICK: DT Sylvester Williams

No. 24: Indianapolis Colts

Todd McShay: Justin Pugh, Offensive Line, Syracuse

Daniel Jeremiah: Menelik Watson, Offensive Tackle, Florida State

Charles Davis: Jamie Collins, Outside Linebacker, Southern Mississippi

Matt Miller: Desmond Trufant, Cornerback, Washington

Dane Brugler: Johnathan Hankins, Nose Tackle, Ohio State

CONSENSUS PICK: NONE

No. 25: Seattle Seahawks

Todd McShay: Bjoern Werner, Defensive End, Florida State

Daniel Jeremiah: Justin Hunter, Wide Receiver, Tennessee

Charles Davis: Sam Montgomery, Defensive End, LSU

Matt Miller: Alex Okafor, Defensive End, Texas

Dane Brugler: Datone Jones, Defensive Line, UCLA

CONSENSUS PICK: NONE

No. 26: Green Bay Packers

Todd McShay: John Jenkins, Nose Tackle, Georgia

Daniel Jeremiah: Justin Pugh, Offensive Line, Syracuse

Charles Davis: Damontre Moore, Outside Linebacker, Texas A&M

Matt Miller: Johnthan Banks, Defensive Back, Mississippi State

Dane Brugler: Arthur Brown, Linebacker, Kansas State

CONSENSUS PICK: NONE

No. 27: Houston Texans

Todd McShay: Justin Hunter, Wide Receiver, Tennessee

Daniel Jeremiah: Bjoern Werner, Defensive End, Florida State

Charles Davis: Tavon Austin, Wide Receiver, West Virginia

Matt Miller: DeAndre Hopkins, Wide Receiver, Clemson

Dane Brugler: Keenan Allen, Wide Receiver, California

CONSENSUS PICK: NONE

No. 28: Denver Broncos

Todd McShay: Xavier Rhodes, Cornerback, Florida State

Daniel Jeremiah: Desmond Trufant, Cornerback, Washington

Charles Davis: Alec Ogletree, Linebacker, Georgia

Matt Miller: Jordan Poyer, Cornerback, Oregon State

Dane Brugler: Kawann Short, Defensive Line, Purdue

CONSENSUS PICK: NONE

No. 29: New England Patriots

Todd McShay: Blidi Wreh-Wilson, Cornerback, Connecticut

Daniel Jeremiah: Johnthan Banks, Cornerback, Mississippi State

Charles Davis: Desmond Trufant, Cornerback, Washington

Matt Miller: Jonathan Cooper, Guard, North Carolina

Dane Brugler: Trufant

CONSENSUS PICK: CB DESMOND Trufant

No. 30: Atlanta Falcons

Todd McShay: Zach Ertz, Tight End, Stanford

Daniel Jeremiah: Blidi Wreh-Wilson, Cornerback, Connecticut

Charles Davis: Ertz

Matt Miller: Damontre Moore, Defensive End, Texas A&M

Dane Brugler: Tank Carradine, Defensive End, Florida State

CONSENSUS PICK: TE Zach Ertz

No. 31: San Francisco 49ers

Todd McShay: Margus Hunt, Defensive Line, SMU

Daniel Jeremiah: Jamar Taylor, Cornerback, Boise State

Charles Davis: Justin Hunter, Wide Receiver, Tennessee

Matt Miller: Jesse Williams, Defensive Line, Alabama

Dane Brugler: Johnthan Banks, Cornerback, Mississippi State

CONSENSUS PICK: NONE

No. 32: Baltimore Ravens

Todd McShay: Manti Te'o, Linebacker, Notre Dame

Daniel Jeremiah: Te'o

Charles Davis: Te'o

Matt Miller: Te'o

Dane Brugler: Kevin Minter, Linebacker, LSU

CONSENSUS PICK: LB Manti Te'o

 
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'smackdaddies said:
'pantherclub said:
Thats high for patterson and i dont see the jets taking a qb. Sanchez isnt that bad
I spit my coffee out when I read that
I think its incredibly too early to start spending another high draft pick for the jets. Sanchez needs way better coaching and a better offense that suits him. His early success shows there is something there. when you draft another quarterback so soon you are basically starting over and throwing out his learning curve years. Not a good model to go by.
 
Here are some mocks sewn together by BR to get a sort of consensus of different mocks.

Their is some overlap since with a couple of tied consensus picks but this gives a nice overview of where some of the top mocks have names going off the board.

My link

No. 1: Kansas City Chiefs

Todd McShay: Star Lotulelei, Defensive Line, Utah

Daniel Jeremiah: Luke Joeckel, Offensive Tackle, Texas A&M

Charles Davis: Joeckel

Matt Miller: Joeckel

Dane Brugler: Eric Fisher, Offensive Tackle, Central Michigan

CONSENSUS PICK: OT Luke Joekel

No. 2: Jacksonville Jaguars

Todd McShay: Luke Joeckel, Offensive Tackle, Texas A&M

Daniel Jeremiah: Eric Fisher, Offensive Tackle, Central Michigan

Charles Davis: Fisher

Matt Miller: Sharrif Floyd, Defensive Line, Florida

Dane Brugler: Dion Jordan, Defensive End, Oregon

CONSENSUS PICK: OT Eric Fisher

No. 3: Oakland Raiders

Todd McShay: Sharrif Floyd, Defensive Tackle, Florida

Daniel Jeremiah: Floyd

Charles Davis: Floyd

Matt Miller: Geno Smith, Quarterback, West Virginia

Dane Brugler: Floyd

CONSENSUS PICK: DT Sharrif Floyd

No. 4: Philadelphia Eagles

Todd McShay: Dee Milliner, Cornerback, Alabama

Daniel Jeremiah: Dion Jordan, Defensive End/Outside Linebacker, Oregon

Charles Davis: Lane Johnson, Offensive Tackle, Oklahoma

Matt Miller: Jordan

Dane Brugler: Luke Joeckel, Offensive Tackle, Texas A&M

CONSENSUS PICK: OLB/DE Dion Jordan

No. 5: Detroit Lions

Todd McShay: Ezekiel Ansah, Defensive End, BYU

Daniel Jeremiah: Ansah

Charles Davis: Dee Milliner, Cornerback, Alabama

Matt Miller: Eric Fisher, Offensive Tackle, Central Michigan

Dane Brugler: Milliner

CONSENSUS PICK: TIE CB Dee Milliner, DE Ezekiel Ansah

No. 6: Cleveland Browns

Todd McShay: Dion Jordan, Defensive End/Outside Linebacker, Oregon

Daniel Jeremiah: Dee Milliner, Cornerback, Alabama

Charles Davis: Jarvis Jones, Outside Linebacker, Georgia

Matt Miller: Milliner

Dane Brugler: Barkevious Mingo, Defensive End/Outside linebacker,

CONSENSUS PICK: CB Dee Milliner

No. 7: Arizona Cardinals

Todd McShay: Geno Smith, Quarterback, West Virginia

Daniel Jeremiah: Smith

Charles Davis: Smith

Matt Miller: Matt Barkley, Quarterback, Arizona

Dane Brugler: Smith

CONSENSUS PICK: QB Geno Smith

No. 8: Buffalo Bills

Todd McShay: Eric Fisher, Offensive Tackle, Central Michigan

Daniel Jeremiah: Lane Johnson, Offensive Tackle, Oklahoma

Charles Davis: Chance Warmack, Guard, Alabama

Matt Miller: Cordarrelle Patterson, Wide Receiver, Tennessee

Dane Brugler: Patterson

CONSENSUS PICK: WR Codarrelle Patterson

No. 9: New York Jets

Todd McShay: Barkevious Mingo, Defensive End/Outside Linebacker, LSU

Daniel Jeremiah: Jarvis Jones, Outside Linebacker, Georgia

Charles Davis: Dion Jordan, Outside Linebacker, Oregon

Matt Miller: Ezekiel Ansah, Defensive End/Outside Linebacker, BYU

Dane Brugler: Ansah

CONSENSUS PICK: OLB/DE Ezekiel Ansah

No. 10: Tennessee Titans

Todd McShay: Jonathan Cooper, Guard, North Carolina

Daniel Jeremiah: Cooper

Charles Davis: Cooper

Matt Miller: Tank Carradine, Defensive End, Florida State

Dane Brugler: Chance Warmack, Guard, Alabama

CONSENSUS PICK: OG Jonathan Cooper

No. 11: San Diego Chargers

Todd McShay: Lane Johnson, Offensive Tackle, Oklahoma

Daniel Jeremiah: Cordarrelle Patterson, Wide Receiver, Tennessee

Charles Davis: Star Lotulelei, Defensive Line, Utah

Matt Miller: Johnson

Dane Brugler: Johnson

CONSENSUS PICK: EDIT OT LANE JONHSON

No. 12: Miami Dolphins

Todd McShay: Keenan Allen, Wide Receiver, California

Daniel Jeremiah: Allen

Charles Davis: Cordarrelle Patterson, Wide Receiver, Tennessee

Matt Miller: Xavier Rhodes, Cornerback, Florida State

Dane Brugler: Rhodes

CONSENSUS PICK: TIE WR Keenan Allen, CB Xavier Rhodes

No. 13: Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Todd McShay: Kenny Vaccaro, Safety, Texas

Daniel Jeremiah: Xavier Rhodes, Cornerback, Florida State

Charles Davis: Rhodes

Matt Miller: Vaccaro

Dane Brugler: Star Lotulelei, Defensive Tackle, Utah

CONSENSUS PICK: TIE CB Xavier Rhodes, S Kenny Vaccaro

No. 14: Carolina Panthers

Todd McShay: Sheldon Richardson, Defensive Tackle, Missouri

Daniel Jeremiah: Star Lotulelei, Defensive Tackle, Utah

Charles Davis: Richardson

Matt Miller: Lotulelei

Dane Brugler: Richardson

CONSENSUS PICK: DT Sheldon Richardson

No. 15: New Orleans Saints

Todd McShay: Alec Ogletree, Linebacker, Georgia

Daniel Jeremiah: Barkevious Mingo, Outside Linebacker, LSU

Charles Davis: Mingo

Matt Miller: Mingo

Dane Brugler: Jarvis Jones, Outside Linebacker, Georgia

CONSENSUS PICK: OLB Barkevious Mingo

No. 16: St. Louis Rams

Todd McShay: Tavon Austin, Wide Receiver, West Virginia

Daniel Jeremiah: Chance Warmack, Guard, Alabama

Charles Davis: Keenan Allen, Wide Receiver, California

Matt Miller: Warmack

Dane Brugler: Kenny Vaccaro, Safety, Texas

CONSENSUS PICK: OG Chance Warmack

No. 17: Pittsburgh Steelers

Todd McShay: Jarvis Jones, Linebacker, Georgia

Daniel Jeremiah: Kenny Vaccaro, Safety, Texas

Charles Davis: Vaccaro

Matt Miller: Jones

Dane Brugler: Damontre Moore, Linebacker, Texas A&M

CONSENSUS PICK: TIE OLB Jarvis Jones, S Kenny Vaccaro

No. 18: Dallas Cowboys

Todd McShay: Chance Warmack, Guard, Alabama

Daniel Jeremiah: Sheldon Richardson, Defensive Tackle, Missouri

Charles Davis: D.J. Fluker, Offensive Tackle, Alabama

Matt Miller: Bjoern Werner, Defensive End, Florida State

Dane Brugler: Jonathan Cooper, Guard, North Carolina

CONSENSUS PICK: NONE

No. 19: New York Giants

Todd McShay: Tyler Eifert, Tight End, Notre Dame

Daniel Jeremiah: Alec Ogletree, Linebacker, Georgia

Charles Davis: Ezekiel Ansah, Defensive End, BYU

Matt Miller: Sheldon Richardson, Defensive Tackle, Missouri

Dane Brugler: Bjoern Werner, Defensive End, Florida State

CONSENSUS PICK: NONE

No. 20: Chicago Bears

Todd McShay: Cordarrelle Patterson, Wide Receiver, Tennessee

Daniel Jeremiah: Tyler Eifert, Tight End, Notre Dame

Charles Davis: Eifert

Matt Miller: Menelik Watson, Offensive Tackle, Florida State

Dane Brugler: Eifert

CONSENSUS PICK: TE Tyler Eifert

No. 21: Cincinnati Bengals

Todd McShay: D.J. Fluker, Offensive Tackle, Alabama

Daniel Jeremiah: Matt Elam, Safety, Florida

Charles Davis: Bjoern Werner, Defensive Line, Florida State

Matt Miller: Eddie Lacy, Running Back, Alabama

Dane Brugler: Fluker

CONSENSUS PICK: OT D.J. (frau) 'B'Fluker Young Frankenstien joke

No. 22: St. Louis Rams (From Wash)

Todd McShay: Menelik Watson, Offensive Tackle, Florida State

Daniel Jeremiah: Tavon Austin, Wide Receiver, West Virginia

Charles Davis: Eric Reid, Safety, LSU

Matt Miller: Jonathan Cyprien, Safety, Florida International

Dane Brugler: Austin

CONSENSUS PICK: WR Tavon Austin

No. 23: Minnesota Vikings

Todd McShay: Sylvester Williams, Defensive Tackle, North Carolina

Daniel Jeremiah: Williams

Charles Davis: Williams

Matt Miller: Tavon Austin, Wide Receiver, West Virgina

Dane Brugler: DeAndre Hopkins, Wide Receiver, Clemson

CONSENSUS PICK: DT Sylvester Williams

No. 24: Indianapolis Colts

Todd McShay: Justin Pugh, Offensive Line, Syracuse

Daniel Jeremiah: Menelik Watson, Offensive Tackle, Florida State

Charles Davis: Jamie Collins, Outside Linebacker, Southern Mississippi

Matt Miller: Desmond Trufant, Cornerback, Washington

Dane Brugler: Johnathan Hankins, Nose Tackle, Ohio State

CONSENSUS PICK: NONE

No. 25: Seattle Seahawks

Todd McShay: Bjoern Werner, Defensive End, Florida State

Daniel Jeremiah: Justin Hunter, Wide Receiver, Tennessee

Charles Davis: Sam Montgomery, Defensive End, LSU

Matt Miller: Alex Okafor, Defensive End, Texas

Dane Brugler: Datone Jones, Defensive Line, UCLA

CONSENSUS PICK: NONE

No. 26: Green Bay Packers

Todd McShay: John Jenkins, Nose Tackle, Georgia

Daniel Jeremiah: Justin Pugh, Offensive Line, Syracuse

Charles Davis: Damontre Moore, Outside Linebacker, Texas A&M

Matt Miller: Johnthan Banks, Defensive Back, Mississippi State

Dane Brugler: Arthur Brown, Linebacker, Kansas State

CONSENSUS PICK: NONE

No. 27: Houston Texans

Todd McShay: Justin Hunter, Wide Receiver, Tennessee

Daniel Jeremiah: Bjoern Werner, Defensive End, Florida State

Charles Davis: Tavon Austin, Wide Receiver, West Virginia

Matt Miller: DeAndre Hopkins, Wide Receiver, Clemson

Dane Brugler: Keenan Allen, Wide Receiver, California

CONSENSUS PICK: NONE

No. 28: Denver Broncos

Todd McShay: Xavier Rhodes, Cornerback, Florida State

Daniel Jeremiah: Desmond Trufant, Cornerback, Washington

Charles Davis: Alec Ogletree, Linebacker, Georgia

Matt Miller: Jordan Poyer, Cornerback, Oregon State

Dane Brugler: Kawann Short, Defensive Line, Purdue

CONSENSUS PICK: NONE

No. 29: New England Patriots

Todd McShay: Blidi Wreh-Wilson, Cornerback, Connecticut

Daniel Jeremiah: Johnthan Banks, Cornerback, Mississippi State

Charles Davis: Desmond Trufant, Cornerback, Washington

Matt Miller: Jonathan Cooper, Guard, North Carolina

Dane Brugler: Trufant

CONSENSUS PICK: CB DESMOND Trufant

No. 30: Atlanta Falcons

Todd McShay: Zach Ertz, Tight End, Stanford

Daniel Jeremiah: Blidi Wreh-Wilson, Cornerback, Connecticut

Charles Davis: Ertz

Matt Miller: Damontre Moore, Defensive End, Texas A&M

Dane Brugler: Tank Carradine, Defensive End, Florida State

CONSENSUS PICK: TE Zach Ertz

No. 31: San Francisco 49ers

Todd McShay: Margus Hunt, Defensive Line, SMU

Daniel Jeremiah: Jamar Taylor, Cornerback, Boise State

Charles Davis: Justin Hunter, Wide Receiver, Tennessee

Matt Miller: Jesse Williams, Defensive Line, Alabama

Dane Brugler: Johnthan Banks, Cornerback, Mississippi State

CONSENSUS PICK: NONE

No. 32: Baltimore Ravens

Todd McShay: Manti Te'o, Linebacker, Notre Dame

Daniel Jeremiah: Te'o

Charles Davis: Te'o

Matt Miller: Te'o

Dane Brugler: Kevin Minter, Linebacker, LSU

CONSENSUS PICK: LB Manti Te'o
Thanks for this!! Should be it's own post for easier reference. Do you have a 2nd/3rd round version of this?

 
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