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PostPosted: Tue Mar 19, 2013 9:03 pm    Post subject: alfalcone final mock draft 4/24/2013 Reply with quote

This is my final update, unless some picks are announced before the draft officially starts. I didn't project any trades, since the odds of being correct are near zero. Consider the match between players and teams. I am projecting what I think will happen not what I think should happen. Earlier versions are in quotes

Pick Team Player Position School

1 Kansas City (2-14) Eric Fisher LT Central Michigan

2 Jacksonville (2-14) Luke Joeckel LT Texas A&M

3 Oakland (4-12) Tank Carradine DE FSU

4 Philadelphia (4-12) Barkevious Mingo DE Louisana State

5 Detroit (4-12) Lane Johnson LT Oklahoma

6 Cleveland (5-11) Star Lotulelei OLB Oregon

7 Arizona (5-11) Dee Milliner CB Alabama

8 Buffalo (6-10) Ryan Nassib QB Syracuse

9 New York Jets (6-10) Dion Jordan OLB Oregon

10 Tennessee (6-10) DJ Fluker OT Alabama

11 San Diego (7-9) Chance Warmack OG Alabama

12 Miami (7-9) Jonathan Cooper OG North Carolina

13 New York Jets (6-10) Ezekiel Ansah OLB BYU

14 Carolina (7-9) Tavon Austin WR West Virginia

15 New Orleans (7-9) Shariff Floyd DT Florida

16 St. Louis (7-8-1) Kenny Vaccaro S Texas

17 Pittsburgh (8-8) Jarvis Jones OLB Georgia

18 Dallas (8-8) Sheldon Richardson DT Missouri

19 New York Giants (9-7) Manti Te'o MLB Notre Dame

20 Chicago (10-6) Arthur Brown MLB Kansas State

21 Cincinnati* (10-6) DJ Hayden CB Houston

22 St. Louis - from Washington* (10-6) Deandre Hopkins WR Clemson

23 Minnesota* (10-6) Cordarrelle Patterson WR Tennessee

24 Indianapolis* (11-5) Xavier Rhodes CB Florida State

25 Minnesota - from Seattle* (11-5) Sylvester Williams DT North Carolina

26 Green Bay* (11-5) Datone Jones DE UCLA

27 Houston* (12-4) Justin Hunter WR Tennessee

28 Denver* (13-3) Alec Ogletree MLB Georgia

29 New England* (12-4) Eric Reid S Louisana State

30 Atlanta* (13-3) Tyler Eifert TE Notre Dame

31 San Francisco* (11-4-1) Jamar Taylor CB Boise State

32 Baltimore* (10-6) Matt Elam S Florida

33 Jacksonville (2-14) Jonathan Cyprien S Florida International

34 San Francisco - from Kansas City (2-14) Jesse Williams DT Alabama

35 Philadelphia (4-12) EJ Manuel QB Florida State

36 Detroit (4-12) Desmond Trufant CB Washington

37 Cincinnati - from Oakland (4-12) Robert Woods WR USC

38 Arizona (5-11) Menelik Watson OT Florida State

39 Cleveland (5-11) Josh Gordon WR Baylor / Utah

40 New York Jets (6-10) Zach Ertz TE Stanford

41 Tennessee (6-10) Gavin Escobar TE San Diego State

42 Buffalo (6-10) Jamie Collins OLB Southern Miss

43 Miami (7-9) Blidi Wreh-Wilson CB Connecticut

44 Tampa Bay (7-9) Margus Hunt DE Southern Methodist

45 Carolina (7-9) Johnathan Hankins DT Ohio State

46 New Orleans (7-9) Spygate

47 San Diego (7-9) Kevin Minter MLB Louisana State

48 St. Louis (7-8-1) DJ Swearinger S South Carolina

49 Dallas (8-8) Justin Pugh OG Syracuse

50 Pittsburgh (8-8) Eddie Lacy RB Alabama

51 New York Giants (9-7) Kawann Short DT Purdue

52 Chicago (10-6) Matt Barkley QB USC

53 Washington* (10-6) John Jenkins DT Georgia

54 Minnesota* (10-6) Khasseem Green MLB Rutgers

55 Cincinnati* (10-6) Shamarko Thomas S Syracuse

56 Miami - from Indianapolis* (11-5) Travis Kelce TE Cincinnati

57 Green Bay* (11-5) Giovani Bernard RB North Carolina

58 Seattle* (11-5) Vance McDonald TE Rice

59 Houston* (12-4) Geno Smith QB West Virginia

60 Denver* (13-3) Robert Alford CB Southeast Louisana

61 New England* (12-4) Quinton Patton WR Louisana Tech

62 Atlanta* (13-3) Terron Armstead OT Arkansas Pine Bluff

63 San Francisco* (11-4-1) Brandon Williams DT Missouri Southern

64 Baltimore* (10-6) Kyle Long OT Oregon

alfalcone wrote:
Mock Draft 2.0 (Original in Quotes)

Pick Team Player NFL Position School

1 Kansas City (2-14) Ziggy Ansah 34 DE BYU

2 Jacksonville (2-14) Dion Jordan Leo Oregon

3 Oakland (4-12) Star Lotuelei DT Utah

4 Philadelphia (4-12) Tavon Austin RB / WR West Virginia

5 Detroit (4-12) Luke Joeckel OT Texas A&M

6 Cleveland (5-11) Dee Milliner CB Alabama

7 Arizona (5-11) Eric Fisher OT Central Michigan

8 Buffalo (6-10) EJ Manuel QB Florida State

9 New York Jets (6-10) Barkevios Mingo 34 OLB LSU

10 Tennessee (6-10) Cordarrelle Patterson WR Tennessee

11 San Diego (7-9) Lane Johnson OT Oklahoma

12 Miami (7-9) Shariff Floyd DT Florida

13 Tampa Bay (7-9) Xavier Rhodes CB Florida State

14 Carolina (7-9) Sheldon Richardson DT Missouri

15 New Orleans (7-9) Jamie Collins 34 OLB Southern Miss

16 St. Louis (7-8-1) Chance Warmack OG Alabama

17 Pittsburgh (8-8) Kenny Vaccaro S Texas

18 Dallas (8-8) Jonathan Cooper OG North Carolina

19 New York Giants (9-7) Alec Ogletree MLB Georgia

20 Chicago (10-6) Arthur Brown MLB Kansas State

21 Cincinnati* (10-6) Jarvis Jones 43 OLB Georgia

22 St. Louis - from Washington* (10-6) Deandre Hopkins WR Clemson

23 Minnesota* (10-6) Sylvester Williams DT North Carolina

24 Indianapolis* (11-5) Datone Jones 5 Tech UCLA

25 Minnesota - from Seattle* (11-5) Kevin Minter MLB LSU

26 Green Bay* (11-5) Jonathan Cyprien S FIU

27 Houston* (12-4) Margus Hunt 5 Tech SMU

28 Denver* (13-3) Tyler Eifert TE Notre Dame

29 New England* (12-4) Tank Carridine DE Florida State

30 Atlanta* (13-3) Menelik Watson OT Florida State

31 San Francisco* (11-4-1) Desmond Trufant CB Washington

32 Baltimore* (10-6) Matt Elam SS Florida

33 Jacksonville (2-14) Zach Ertz TE Stanford

34 San Francisco - from Kansas City (2-14) Damontre Moore 34 OLB Texas A&M

35 Philadelphia (4-12) Manti Te'o MLB Notre Dame

36 Detroit (4-12) DJ Hayden CB Houston

37 Cincinnati - from Oakland (4-12) DJ Fluker OT Alabama

38 Arizona (5-11) Eddie Lacy RB Alabama

39 Cleveland (5-11) Josh Gordon WR Baylor

40 New York Jets (6-10) Geno Smith QB West Virginia

41 Tennessee (6-10) Justin Pugh OG Syracuse

42 Buffalo (6-10) Robert Woods WR USC

43 Miami (7-9) Jamar Taylor CB Boise State

44 Tampa Bay (7-9) Bjeron Werner DE Florida State

45 Carolina (7-9) Justin Hunter WR Tennessee

46 New Orleans (7-9) Spygate

47 San Diego (7-9) Blidi Wreh-Wilson CB Connecticut

48 St. Louis (7-8-1) Kawann Short DT Purdue

49 Dallas (8-8) Eric Reid S LSU

50 Pittsburgh (8-8) Jonathan Hankins DT Ohio State

51 New York Giants (9-7) DJ Swearinger S South Carolina

52 Chicago (10-6) Gavin Escobar TE San Diego State

53 Washington* (10-6) John Jenkins DT Georgia

54 Minnesota* (10-6) Terrence Williams WR Baylor

55 Cincinnati* (10-6) Jesse Williams DT Alabama

56 Miami - from Indianapolis* (11-5) Terron Armstead OT Arkansas Pine-Bluff

57 Green Bay* (11-5) Giovani Bernard RB North Carolina

58 Seattle* (11-5) Darius Slay CB Mississippi State

59 Houston* (12-4) Shamarko Thomas S Syracuse

60 Denver* (13-3) Khasseem Greene OLB / MLB Rutgers

61 New England* (12-4) Quinton Patton WR Louisana Tech

62 Atlanta* (13-3) Johnthan Banks CB Mississippi State

63 San Francisco* (11-4-1) Kyle Long OG / OT Oregon

64 Baltimore* (10-6) Keenan Allen WR California


alfalcone wrote:
This is my initial mock draft. I am projecting who I believe teams will take assuming no trades, not who they should take. I am of the opinion that Geno Smith will be taken somewhere between 20-32 by a team trading back in, but did not project any trades in this mock and as such no QBs are in the first round.

Player NFL Position School

1) Kansas City (2-14) Ziggy Ansah 34 DE BYU

The Chiefs seem to be in make the playoffs mode rather than compete for a Super Bowl mode so they will take the best player available who fits a need. Ansah's body is yet to fill out, so I assume he can add 15 pounds without losing his explosiveness. In this system he is a likely Wallace Gilberry with run defense. An explosive penetrator Ansah will excel against the run and kick inside as a pass rusher on third down.

2) Jacksonville (2-14) Dion Jordan Leo Oregon

Jordan will play the Chris Clemons hybrid role in the Jaguars defense. I long an explosive athlete he will thrive both in coverage and as a pass rusher.

3) Oakland (4-12) Shariff Floyd DT Florida

While he did not put up great pass rushing numbers, Floyd is an elite penetrator who will greatly strengthen Oakland's run defense.

4) Philadelphia (4-12) Luke Joeckel LT Texas A&M

There is no reason to believe Jason Peters will return from injury healthy, and Chip Kelly's scheme favors more athletic lineman.

5) Detroit (4-12) Dee Milner CB Alabama

Milner, though not a turnover generator is a corner with lockdown potential and will sure up Detroit's pass defense.

6) Cleveland (5-11) Chance Warmack G Alabama

This mock does not play out in a manner that favors Cleveland. Warmack is an elite guard prospect however, and should be a great road grader in Norv Turner's offense.

7) Arizona (5-11) Eric Fisher LT Central Michigan

Fisher gives Arizona the tackle they have needed for years.

8) Buffalo (6-10) Cordarrelle Patterson WR Tennessee

Patterson will be an explosive complement to Stevie Johnson.

9) New York Jets (6-10) Tavon Austin WR West Virginia

The Jet's need a playmaker, and Austin fits that mold, if he was three inches and thirty pounds heavier I'd argue he would be in the running for the first overall pick.

10) Tennessee (6-10) Jonathan Cooper G North Carolina

In Tennessee's scheme Cooper is a better fit than Warmack, and should make Chris Johnson's job a lot easier.

11) San Diego (7-9) Lane Johnson LT Oklahoma

One of the three top tier tackles thankfully falls to the Chargers. Philip Rivers is immobile and needs to be protected.

12) Miami (7-9) Barkevious Mingo DE LSU

Mingo will pair with Cameron Wake to greatly improve Miami's pass rush.

13) Tampa Bay (7-9) Alec Ogletree MLB Georgia

Earlier than most are projecting Ogletree post DUI, but he is the best MIKE in the class, and Tampa has always valued speed on defense. He will replace the average Mason Foster.

14) Carolina (7-9) Sheldon Richardson DT Missouri

Richardson is raw, but plays with a great motor and is loaded with potential. He will sure up the interior of the Panther's defense.

15) New Orleans (7-9) Jarvis Jones 34 OLB Georgia

Jones is a football player rather than a workout warrior, and will fall come draft day. He is an ideal fit in the Saints' new 34.

16) St. Louis (7-8-1) Keenan Allen WR California

Chris Givens is Sam Bradford's only weapon. Needless to say the receiving corp needs a massive upgrade, Givens' talent not withstanding.

17) Pittsburgh (8-8) Star Lotulelei NT Utah

I'm projecting a fall owing to his heart condition. Lotulelei will replace Casey Hampton at nose tackle.

18) Dallas (8-8) Kenny Vaccaro S Texas

The Cowboys have need an upgrade at safety for years, and Vaccaro is a local prospect to boot.

19) New York Giants (9-7) Tyler Eifert TE Notre Dame

Eiftert will replace Martellus Bennett and provide Eli Manning another weapon over the middle.

20) Chicago (10-6) Arthur Brown MLB Kansas State

Brown will be a consensus first rounder come draft day, and is an ideal fit to step into Brian Urlacher's shoes, given his speed.

21) Cincinnati* (10-6) Sylvester Williams DT North Carolina

Cincinnati always drafts the best player available in this case Williams.

22) St. Louis - from Washington* (10-6) Justin Hunter WR Tennessee

Hunter will be paired with Allen and Givens to give Sam Bradford his receiving corp of the future. Their skills complement each other excellently.

23) Minnesota* (10-6) Johnathan Hankins DT Ohio State

Hankins will beef up the interior of the Vikings defense, though he won't generate much of a pass rush.

24) Indianapolis* (11-5) Deandre Hopkins WR Clemson

Hopkins will be the eventual successor to Reggie Wayne, and will provide Andrew Luck with another weapon.

25) Minnesota - from Seattle* (11-5) Xavier Rhodes CB Florida State

Minnesota has had a need at corner for awhile now, and Rhodes, has great potential at that position.

26) Green Bay* (11-5) Desmond Trufant CB Washington

Tramon Williams is inconsistent, Sam Shields a restricted free Agent, and Calvin Johnson and Brandon Marshall are seen by Green Bay a total of four times a year combined. Needless to say corner back will be a perpetual need in Green Bay.

27) Houston* (12-4) John Jenkins DT Georgia

A space eater with underrated quickness, Jenkins will give Houston a nose tackle to put to work in Wade Phillip's one gap scheme.

28) Denver* (13-3) Bjeron Werner DE Florida State

Elvis Dumervill's replacement.

29) New England* (12-4) Justin Pugh OG Syracuse

Pugh will be an elite guard especially in New England.

30) Atlanta* (13-3) Jamie Collins 34 OLB Southern Miss

Collins will make an elite rush linebacker in Mike Nolan's scheme. Is combination of speed and power is amazing.

31) San Francisco* (11-4-1) Margus Hunt 34 DE SMU

A freak athlete, Hunt will be groomed with Justin Smith as his eventual replacement.

32) Baltimore* (10-6) Menelik Watson LT FSU

Watson is raw but has the potential to develop into the left tackle Baltimore badly needs.

33) Jacksonville (2-14) Geno Smith QB West Virginia

34) San Francisco - from Kansas City (2-14) Matt Elam S Florida

35) Philadelphia (4-12) Jesse Williams NT Alabama

36) Detroit (4-12) Tank Carradine DE FSU

37) Cincinnati - from Oakland (4-12) DJ Fluker RT Alabama

38) Arizona (5-11) EJ Manuel QB Florida State

39) Cleveland (5-11) Josh Gordon WR Baylor

40) New York Jets (6-10) Johnathan Cyprien S Florida International

41) Tennessee (6-10) Zach Ertz TE Stanford

42) Buffalo (6-10) Mike Glennon QB NC State

43) Miami (7-9) Blidi Wreh-Wilson CB Uconn

44) Tampa Bay (7-9) Damontre Moore DE Texas A&M

45) Carolina (7-9) Khasseem Greene LB Rutgers

46) New Orleans (7-9) BountyGate

47) San Diego (7-9) Quinton Patton WR Louisana Tech

48) St. Louis (7-8-1) DJ Swearinger S South Carolina

49) Dallas (8-8) Eddy Lacy RB Alabama

50) Pittsburgh (8-8) Gavin Escobar TE San Diego State

51) New York Giants (9-7) Larry Warford G Kentucky

52) Chicago (10-6) Travis Frederick C Wisconsin

53) Washington* (10-6) Datone Jones 5 Tech UCLA

54) Minnesota* (10-6) Manti Te'o MLB Notre Dame

55) Cincinnati* (10-6) Robert Woods WR USC

56) Miami - from Indianapolis* (11-5) Jordan Reed TE Florida

57) Green Bay* (11-5) Giovani Bernard RB UNC

58) Seattle* (11-5) Kyle Long OG Oregon

59) Houston* (12-4) DJ Hayden CB Houston

60) Denver* (13-3) Kevin Minter MLB LSU

61) New England* (12-4) Shamarko Thomas S Syracuse

62) Atlanta* (13-3) Kawann Short DT Purdue

63) San Francisco* (11-4-1) Brandon Willliams DT Missouri

64) Baltimore* (10-6) Terrence Williams WR Baylor


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Give the Titans Star
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No QBs Shocked
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The Jets don't need another slot receiver.
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seriously a safety? For Atlanta? Both of their starters from last year made hte Pro Bowl and are under contract for each of hte next 4 years.
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This would be an okay pick if Rhodes wasn't available. He's gotta be the pick.
Our defense would be beastly.
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im a hunt hater.... Laughing
hope hes not the guy we grab in the first. maybe the second, but dont like him in the first.
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scar988 wrote:
seriously a safety? For Atlanta? Both of their starters from last year made hte Pro Bowl and are under contract for each of hte next 4 years.


I blanked on William Moore resigning, changed the pick when I added my write ups.
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Bad Bengals pick. Give us Rhodes or Hopkins there
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alfalcone wrote:
scar988 wrote:
seriously a safety? For Atlanta? Both of their starters from last year made hte Pro Bowl and are under contract for each of hte next 4 years.


I blanked on William Moore resigning, changed the pick when I added my write ups.


In the 2nd or preferably 3rd rounds i would be thrilled with collins. In the 1st not quite so much. Im taking it your in love with the guy to have him that high? Think your only one i seen put him in the 1st round.

Think im gonna take the other road and go with Jessie Williams then come back around in the 2nd round for either Collins, Okafer, Montgomery, or Tank.
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FalconFan13 wrote:
alfalcone wrote:
scar988 wrote:
seriously a safety? For Atlanta? Both of their starters from last year made hte Pro Bowl and are under contract for each of hte next 4 years.


I blanked on William Moore resigning, changed the pick when I added my write ups.


In the 2nd or preferably 3rd rounds i would be thrilled with collins. In the 1st not quite so much. Im taking it your in love with the guy to have him that high? Think your only one i seen put him in the 1st round.

Think im gonna take the other road and go with Jessie Williams then come back around in the 2nd round for either Collins, Okafer, Montgomery, or Tank.


I am quite high on Collins. I think he has excellent potential as a pass rusher, he had 10 sacks and 20 TFLs, combined with an outstanding combine. His combination of production and potential is rare. He could either play a 4-3 SAM or lead Atlanta in its transition to a 34. As to Williams, Gil Brandt, who knows more than me is adamant that he is a 2-3 round pick, I doubt Tank goes in the 1st given the acl tear, Montogmery's stock has tanked, and I just don't like Okafer.
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23 - Rhodes
25 - Hankins

We'd take Rhodes at 23 right before IND
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I am one of the few that would be fine in this case for the browns adding Warmack to the squad
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CHIEFS: If this is who "they will" take, then I disagree. Ansah, is not a #1 pick and he may not be a top 10 pick(although Detroit may be the team that does takes him). If the Chiefs do take a pass rusher #1(doubtful)then I would think Dion Jordan would be the guy and I'm not sure he is a top 5 pick. I think it is either Joeckel/Fisher or try and trade down. Ansah seems to have all the talent in the world but a #1 is a lot to risk on a player, who only a few years ago came to this country barely having heard of "American Football" much less knew how to play it..
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green24 wrote:
The Jets don't need another slot receiver.
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