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Round 1

1. Carolina Panthers- Blaine Gabbert 6’4 234 QB Missouri
The Panthers have no one right now to line up at QB. I know they selected Clausen last year but he looked horrible and they have a new regime now, which will have no attachments to previous year draft picks. To me this pick comes down to Gabbert and Newton. While I feel that Newton has more upside, Gabbert is the safer pick and he still has a lot of potential. Had a great pro day and could easily be the first pick in the draft.
2. Denver Broncos- Marcell Dareus 6’3 319 DT/DE Alabama
This pick to me was between Dareus, Bowers, and Peterson. DE is less of a need for the Broncos as they have Ayers a former 1st round pick and Dumerville who is a great talent. They also resigned Bailey making CB a lesser need. Marcell Dareus had a great combine, and has increased his stock tremendously. Despite having great size, weighing in at 319 he posted a great 40 time at 4.92. With the switch back to the 4-3, Denver has no DT as they recently released Bannan. Dareus is the best available DT on the board, and will be a dominant player in the NFL.
3. Buffalo Bills- Cam Newton 6’5 248 QB Auburn
The Bills need a QB to replace Ryan Fitzpatrick. While Fitzpatrick is a solid player, he is not an NFL starter. Buddy Nix has stated that he wants a franchise QB, and Newton is the best available QB. Despite having a poor combine, being very inaccurate on his throws, he has the intangibles and leadership that you look for in a NFL QB. If he has a solid pro day, he will defiantly be the pick here.
4. Cincinnati Bengals- A.J. Green 6’4 211 WR Georgia
The Bengals have no one to place across from Jerome Simpson with Chad Ochocinco/Johnson most likely gone. A.J. Green is probably the best WR prospect\ in the draft since Calvin Johnson and would be a huge upgrade for the Bengals organization. Not to mention pleasing Carson Palmer who could be on his way to retirement if he doesn’t get help.
5. Arizona Cardinals- Von Miller 6’3 246 OLB/DE Texas A&M
Despite Miller having a great combine; he falls a bit for me in this mock. The Cardinals need a talented OLB that can rush the passer. They had nothing there last season and get lucky having Miller fall to them at this spot. Miller posted a 4.46 40 time and was impressive in every drill he participated in.
6. Cleveland Browns- Patrick Peterson 6’0 219 CB LSU
Despite using the 7th last year on Joe Haden, Peterson is too good of a talent to pass up at 6 here. Peterson, possibly the best talent in the draft, had an unbelievable combine posting a 4.32 40 time at 6’. Browns get a steal here and potentially get the best pair of CB in a few years with Haden and Peterson.
7. San Francisco 49ers- Prince Amukamara 6’1 205 CB Nebraska
San Francisco is upset Peterson did not fall to them at 7, but get a pretty good consolation price in Amukamara. Amukamara had a solid combine and should be a great player. Nate Clements is due a ton of money over the next few years and is past his prime. Amukamara would man the other side and take over when Clements is gone.
8. Tennessee Titans- Nick Fairley 6’4 297 DE/DT Auburn
Fairley is the 2nd best DT in the draft, and the Titans need a DT since the departure of Albert Haynesworth. Fairley’s stock drops a bit due to a mediocre combine and his questionable character and work ethic, but the Titans usually over look that. Fairley could be a great pick here for the Titans or could be one of this drafts biggest busts.
9. Dallas Cowboys –Tyron Smith 6’5 310 OT USC
With both of the top CB off of the board, Cowboys address their 2nd biggest need at OT. Smith looked great at his Pro Day and would be an instant upgrade at the OT position. Tony Romo needs to be protected and Smith will help achieve that .
10. Washington Redskins- Julio Jones 6’4 220 WR Alabama
The Redskins need a QB but with Gabbert and Newton off the board they will go with the BPA. Satanana Moss is a free agent this year, and even if he resigns the Redskins need another WR. Jones would bolster this WR core that without Moss would include Jones, Armstrong and Cooley playing TE.
11. Houston Texans- Robert Quinn 6’4 265 DE/OLB North Carolina
With the two best CB off the board, and Julio Jones who could’ve been a valuable 2nd WR for them, they go with a rush linebacker. Switching to the 3-4, there only viable option at OLB is Connor Barwin who had a horrible injury last season. Robert Quinn is a great player who could easily have been a top 5 pick had he not be suspended last season.
12. Minnesota Vikings- Cameron Jordan 6’4 283 DE/DT California
The Vikings are in need of a QB, but with both of the top QB off the board, the Vikings go with Jordan. Jordan is more of a 3-4 DE but as a 4-3 player he can play both inside and outside giving a lot of value to this pick. The Vikings are weak at the DE spot so Jordan would seriously help this front 7.
13. Detroit Lions- Da’Quan Bowers 6’3 276 DE Clemson
The Detroit Lions are in need of a CB desperately, but with both of the top CB already drafted I can’t see them selecting Smith or Harris this early. They are also in need of an OLB and Ayers could be the pick here, but I feel they will try to upgrade the DL. Bowers who at one point was a top 5 pick has killed his draft status due to his injury. If Bowers can get healthy he will be a steal here, and would join a line that already has Suh and could take over for Vanden Bosch.
14. St. Louis Rams- Aldon Smith 6’4 263 DE/OLB Missouri
The Rams are in need of a WR but with both A.J. Green and Julio Jones off the board they will have to go another direction. James Hall who had 10.5 sacks last season turns 34 so it would be hard to expect the same level of production out of him. Drafting Smith will give them Hall’s successor and help this DL.
15. Miami Dolphins- Mark Ingram 5’10 215 RB Alabama
The Dolphins need a QB as Chad Henne has not been able to produce as their QB. With both of the top QB’s off the board, the Dolphins will look for a RB to replace Brown and Williams.
16. Jacksonville Jaguars-Ryan Kerrigan 6’4 274 DE Purdue
Aaron Kampman is done for after his 2nd ACL tear. Jaguars need a DE to replace him and they love Kerrigan. Has a great motor and competiveness and could be a very solid starter in the league. While he doesn’t have as much upside as others he will be a very consistent player.
17. New England Patriots(From Oakland)- J.J.Watt 6’5 290 DE/DT Wisconsin
The Patriots need a 3rd DL to pair with Ty Warren and Vince Wilfork. Watt is a very athletic consistent player that will make a solid 5 technique and would be a huge addition to this DL.
18. San Diego Chargers- Muhammad Wilkerson 6’4 315 DE/DT Temple
The Chargers need a replacement Jacques Cesaire and Wilkerson seems to be that player. Wilkerson was impressive at the combine running a 4.99, which is great at 315 pounds. Wilkerson would be an instant upgrade for the Chargers.
19. New York Giants-Anthony Castonzo 6’7 305 OT Boston College
The Giants are in need of a RB. Brandon Jacobs has been a huge disappointment, while Ahmad Bradshaw is a free agent, but with Ingram off the board, the Giants go with OT here. Castonzo had a decent combine and proved he is a good OT in his years at BC.
20. Tampa Bay Buccaneers- Justin Houston 6’3 267 DE Georgia
The Bucs need a DE desperately, and Houston is a good pick here. Despite playing 3-4 OLB in college he has the frame, and many expect him to be an NFL 4-3 DE. Houston has good speed and size and would be an instant upgrade for the Buc’s DL.
21. Kansas City Chiefs- Akeem Ayers 6’3 254 OLB UCLA
The Chiefs can use help at OLB position especially if they cannot retain Tamba Hali. Akeem Ayers is the best available 3-4 OLB who despite his poor combine had a solid pro day. Ayers is athletic and can really rush the passer.
22. Indianapolis Colts- Gabe Carimi 6’7 314 OT Wisconsin
The Colts have to get help on the OL especially the LT position. Charlie Johnson was horrible this year. Carimi was solid at the combine and had a very impressive senior bowl.
23. Philadelphia Eagles- Derek Sherrod 6’6 311 OT Mississippi State
The Eagles need a RT, as Clay Matthews was unstoppable in the playoff game. Sherrod looked great at his pro day and could step in immediately at RT for the Eagles.
24. New Orleans Saints- Corey Liuget 6’2 298 DT Illinois
Despite signing Shaun Rodgers, the Saints still need help at the DT position. Liuget is the best available DT and could become a great player in the NFL.
25. Seattle Seahawks- Jake Locker 6’3 227 QB Washington
Seahawks need a QB with Hasselbeck aging. Locker had a poor season, but had an impressive pro day, and has great athleticism. If Pete Carroll thinks he is the answer, Locker will be the pick here.
26. Baltimore Ravens- Jimmy Smith 6’2 210 CB Colorado
The Ravens need some help at the cornerback position. Their top 4 CB are FA so they go with CB in the first. Smith has as much talent as any CB in this draft, but falls due to his character issues. Ravens could get a steal here if they can keep Smith focused.
27. Atlanta Falcons- Adrian Clayborn 6’3 278 DE Iowa
The Falcons can use a WR across from Roddy White to help out Matty Ice. With no elite WR left on the board, The Falcons decide to go DL. Abraham had a great season last year, but he is turning 33 and who knows how much he has left. Clayborn is a great athlete with a good motor and he plays very hard.
28. New England Patriots- Nate Solder 6’8 307 OT Colorado
The next biggest need after OLB for the Pats is an OT. Solder is the best available OT and would provide an immediate upgrade at the OT position. Solder looked great at his pro day and should make a solid OT.
29. Chicago Bears- Mike Pouncey 6’5 303 OG FLorida
The Bears need a LT and a LG this draft. Pouncey is the best available OG on the board and had a good pro day. Has great athleticism and should make a great OG in the NFL.
30. New York Jets- Cameron Hayward 6’5 295 DE/DT Ohio State
Shaun Ellis is a solid player, but he is turning 34 and is also a FA. Heyward is a very solid player and has great potential at the 5-technique position.
31. Pittsburgh Steelers- Aaron Williams 6’0 204 CB/FS Texas
Steelers could use an upgrade over Bryant McFadden. While I do not know if Williams will be a CB or FS, he would be a good fit in the Steelers secondary.
32. Green Bay Packers- Brooks Reed 6’3 263 DE/OLB Arizona
Packers need an upgrade at the other OLB position. Brooks Reed is a very high motor player who reminds me of Clay Matthews. Reed and Matthews could become the two best pass rushers in the NFL making the Super Bowl Champs even more scary.
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2nd round

33. New England Patriots (from Carolina)- Mikel Leshoure 6’0 230 RB Illinois
The one element missing from the Patriots offense this year was a powerful RB. Leshoure provides the Pats a combination of speed and power. Combining him with Benjarvus Green-Ellis and Danny Woodhead will be a scary group of RB’s.
34. Buffalo- Benjamin Ijalana 6’4 313 OG/OT Villanova
The Bills need to upgrade both LT and RT positions. While I don’t know if Ijalana can be a LT, he will definitely be a solid RT. This selection helps sure up protection for Cam Newton.
35. Cincinnati- Christian Ponder 6’2 229 QB Florida State
Carson Palmer struggled for most of the season last year, and has even threatened retirement this season. Ponder was the best QB at the combine and showed he has what it takes to be an NFL QB. Ponder is probably not ready to start quite yet, but if he sat a year or two besides Palmer he could develop into a very talented QB.
36. Denver- Marvin Austin 6’2 309 DT North Carolina
The Broncos have such problems at DT that they need to take back-to-back picks at the position. Austin had a great pro day and would have been a sure 1st round pick had he not be suspended last season.
37. Cleveland- Randall Cobb 5’10 191 WR/PR Kentucky
The Browns need a WR to help out Colt McCoy. Cobb is an all purpose player who had a solid combine and pro day and could be a valuable weapon for McCoy.
38. Arizona- Andy Dalton 6’2 210 QB TCU
Unless the Cardinals believe their answer at QB is either Skelton or Hall, they will take a QB early on in the draft. Dalton was impressive at his pro day and could be a very solid pro.
39. Tennessee- Ryan Mallett 6’7 247 QB Arkansas
The Titans need a QB after the departure of Vince Young. Mallett is a great on the field player but has a lot of character issues. Mallett would be a first round pick if it wasn’t for these flaws. The Titans can either get a steal here or a huge bust.
40. Dallas- Ras-I Dowling 6’1 198 CB Virginia
The Cowboys need help at CB and will either address that position in the 1st or 2nd. Ras-I Dowling has 1st round talent if he wasn’t so injury prone. Dowling had a good pro day and should be a very solid NFL player if he can stay healthy.
41. Washington-Colin Kaepernick 6’5 233 QB Nevada
The Redskins need a QB with McNabb out next year. Shannahan has taken a liking to Locker but Locker is already off the board. Kaepernick is a very solid QB who has great athleticism and had a good pro day.
42. Houston-Stephen Paea 6’1 303 DT Oregon State
The Texans are moving to a 3-4 and their only options right now at NT are Earl Mitchell and Shaun Cody. Paea, who has 1st round talent but falls due to a knee injury, isn’t your ideal NT but shows he has the strength to play the position at the combine.
43. Minnesota- Phil Taylor 6’3 334 NT Baylor
With Pat Williams gone next year, and Kevin Williams suspend for four games, the Vikings could use some help at the DT position. Taylor who has 1st round talent falls due to his inoperable foot.
44. Detroit- Brandon Harris 5’10 194 CB Miami
The Lions need a CB. They wish that Amukamara could fall to them but that is doubtful. Since he doesn’t they select the next available CB. Harris was considered a late 1st/early 2nd round prospect until recently. Harris is still a very solid CB and could immediately start for the Lions.
45. San Francisco 49ers-Jabaal Sheard 6’3 264 DE/OLB Pittsburgh
The 49ers need someone to get to the QB. Sheard has some great tape but also has some character issues. He is a high risk high reward player here.
46. Denver (from Miami)-Martez Wilson 6’4 250 ILB Illinois
Denver needs a MLB for their new 4-3 defense. Wilson is the best ILB in the draft, but hurt his draft stock with a poor pro day.
47. St. Louis- Torrey Smith 6’1 204 WR/KR Maryland
The Saints desperately need a WR to give Sam Bradford some help. While they wanted Green or Jones in round one, they weren’t available so they spend a 2nd round selection on a WR. Smith has good speed and quickness; the only problem he has is hand size. If Rams think he can catch the ball he could be a steal here.
48. Oakland- Davon House 6’1 200 CB New Mexico State
With the departure of Nnamdi Asomugha, the raiders seriously need to get another CB. House is the best available CB, and impressed with his 4.35 at the pro day. Al Davis loves fast players and House should be the pick here.
49. Jacksonville- Rahim Moore 6’0 202 FS UCLA
The Jaguars need help at both S positions. Moore is the best S in the draft and one of the best available players so he makes sense here.
50. San Diego- Sam Acho 6’2 262 DE/OLB Texas
The Chargers need a OLB because Larry English hasn’t lived up to what he is supposed to be. Chargers will draft Acho to give English some competition and possibly take his job.
51. Tampa Bay- Quan Sturdivant 6’1 241 ILB NorthCarolina
With Barrett Ruud most likely gone, the Bucs need an ILB. Sturdivant is the best available ILB and has good value at this pick.
52. New York Giants- Ryan Williams 5’9 212 RB Virginia Tech
Giants need an upgrade at the RB position with Brandon Jacobs being ineffective, and Bradshaw is a FA. Williams had a terrific combine and would be a great pick here for the giants.
53. Indianapolis- Danny Watkins 6’3 310 OG Baylor
Colts need to protect Manning who is getting older and older. Watkins is a great OG but the one problem with him is that he is 27. Luckily the Colts are ready to win now and will not worry about his age.
54. Philadelphia-Marcus Cannon 6’6 349 OG TCU
The Eagles could use an upgrade over Max Jean-Gilles at RG. Cannon has great size and he has great speed for someone that is 350 pounds.
55. Kansas City- Jonathan Baldwin 6’4 228 WR Pittsburgh
The Chiefs need an upgrade at the 2nd WR. Chris Chambers and Terrance Copper have failed their last season. Baldwin has great size and hands but does have some character issues.
56. New Orleans-Bruce Carter 6’2 241 OLB North Carolina
The Saints need either help at the ILB position or the OLB position. Carter is more of a OLB so he will step in there while Vilma stays at ILB position.
57. Seattle- Rodney Hudson 6’2 299 OG/C Florida State
The Seahawks need an upgrade for Chris Spencer. Hudson had a good pro day and could play immediately for the Seahakws.
58. Baltimore- Leonard Hankerson 6’2 209 WR Miami
The Ravens need a WR to help out Flacco and Rice. Hankerson has good size and speed and was the best player at the Senior Bowl.
59. Atlanta- Kyle Rudolph 6’6 260 TE Notre Dame
Tony Gonzalez is back for another year but anyone could tell his best years are behind him. Kyle Rudolph falls because there are not many teams that need a TE or use one. Falcons get a great talent here that could be the successor for Tony Gonzalez.
60. New England- Titus Young 5’11 174 WR Boise State
Since Randy Moss left NE, the Pats have needed a WR replacement. Young was impressive at his pro day and has been called a lesser Desean Jackson. While I don’t see the comparison, if he is as good as Jackson the Pats get a steal here.
61. San Diego (from New York Jets)- Kelvin Sheppard 6’2 250 ILB LSU
The Chargers need an ILB because their 3 top ILB are all FA. Sheppard is the best available ILB and could either start immediately, or contribute on ST until he gets his chance to play.
62. Chicago- Jurrell Casey 6’1 300 DT USC
The Bears need a DT after Tommie Harris was benched. Despite regaining his starting spot, he never looked very effective. Casey is a solid player but had a poor pro day.
63. Pittsburgh- Stefen Wisniewski 6’3 313 C/OG Penn State
Steelers need to protect Big Ben and Wisniewski is the best available OL. His main position is C but since Maurkice is already there, he would take over the RG position.
64. Green Bay- Will Rackley 6’3 309 OG/OT Lehigh
Daryn Colledge is a FA and so LG could be vacant. Rackley could start off as a LG and once Clifton leaves take his position at OT.
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65. Carolina- Orland Franklin 6’6 319 OG Miami
Carolina needs help protecting for newly drafted Blaine Gabbert. Franklin is the best available OG in the draft and would be a solid pick here.
66. Cincinnati- Daniel Thomas 6’0 228 RB Kansas State
The Bengals need an upgrade over Cedric Benson. Thomas is a solid RB who could take over for Benson in the future.
67. Denver- Taiwan Jones 6’0 194 RB Eastern Washington
Broncos need some RB depth. Jones had a great pro day and could be a solid scat back in the NFL.
68. Buffalo- Allen Bailey 6’3 275 DE/DT Miami
Bailey is a solid 3-4 DE but falls in the draft. Could be a steal at this point for Buffalo.
69. Arizona- James Carpenter 6’4 321 OT/OG Alabama
Cardinals need help at both OT positions and LG. I am not sure which position Carpenter is a best fit for, but he is a solid prospect with good intelligence.
70. Cleveland- James Brewer 6’6 320 OT Indiana
The Browns need a OT to help keep Colt McCoy healthy. McCoy was killed last season and Brewer is the best OT on the board and could be the pick here.
71. Dallas- Quinton Carter 6’1 208 FS Oklahoma
Cowboys need an upgrade over Alan Ball. Carter is a solid S prospect and could make an instant impact there.
72. New Orleans (from Washington)- Christian Ballard 6’4 286 DE/DT Iowa
The Saints could use another DT next to Sedrick Ellis. Ballard is the best DT on the board and could be a steal here.
73. Houston- Chris Carter 6’1 248 DE/OLB Fresno State
Despite going 3-4 OLB in the 1st, the Texans have no idea how Connor Barwin is going to recover. Wade coached Carter at the East-West shrine game. Carter is a solid prospect who could be a good player for Wade.
74. New England (from Minnesota)- Curtis Brown 6’0 185 CB Texas
The Pats have addressed most of their needs as they have a plethora of picks early in this year’s draft. The Pats get a good young CB that could help them in the nickel this season and hopefully develop into a star.
75. Detroit- Mason Foster 6’1 245 OLB Washington
The Lions need an OLB with Peterson most likely to be released. Foster is the best available 4-3 OLB on the board.
76. San Francisco- Jarvis Jenkins 6’4 310 DE/DT Clemson
The 49ers need a DE. Jenkins is the best available 3-4 DE and is a solid prospect who could immediately make an impact for the 49ers.
77. Tennessee- Greg Little 6’3 231 WR North Carolina
The Titans draft another weapon for newly drafted Ryan Mallett. Little has character concerns but the Titans will overlook that and add to an offense that now will have Mallett, Johnson, Britt and Little.
78. St. Louis- Clint Boling 6’5 310 OG Georgia
The Rams need to help protect Sam Bradford. Boling is the best available OG on the board and should be the pick here.
79. Miami- Lance Kendricks 6’3 247 TE Wisconsin
With no QB worth taking, the Dolphins will go with a player to help Chad Henne. TE is a QB best friend and insurance policy and Kendricks could help Henne as a check down receiver.
80. Jacksonville- Jerrel Jernigan 5’9 185 WR/KR Troy
The Jaguars need a replacement for Mike Sims-Walker. Jernigan is a solid WR who impressed with his 4.32 at his pro day.
81. Oakland-Marcus Gilbert 6’6 330 OT Florida
The Raiders need a lot of help on the OL. Gilbert is a RT and luckily that is one of the needs for the Raiders.
82. San Diego- Jason Pinkston 6’3 317 OT Pittsburgh
Chargers need an upgrade over Jeromey Clary. Pinkston is a solid prospect but does have some injury concerns.
83. New York Giants- John Moffitt 6’4 315 OG/C Wisconsin
The Giants need to get a backup for Rich Seubert who is in his contract year and is coming back from a gruesome injury.
84. Tampa Bay- Joseph Barksdale 6’5 325 OT LSU
Bucs need a RT. Barksdale is a solid prospect who could make an impact quickly for the Bucs.
85. Philadelphia- Johnny Patrick 5’11 188 CB Lousiville
Eagles need two CB this draft. With Hobbs announcing his retirement and Patterson looking terrible at the end of the season they go with Patrick here. Patrick is a good cover CB who could be a star to come.
86. Kansas City- Kenrick Ellis 6’5 346 NT Hampton
Chiefs need a solid NT and Ellis could be their man. Ellis is physically gifted but has some character concerns. The Chiefs could be getting a steal here.
87. Indianapolis- Edmond Gate 6’0 189 WR Abilene Christian
Colts could use a WR because Wayne turns 33, Gonzalez cannot stay healthy and Collie is concussion prone. Gates had a good pro day and has very good speed. Could develop into a good WR for the Colts.
88. New Orleans- Tyler Sash 6’0 210 SS Iowa
Saints need a SS if they lose Roman Harper. Even if they retain him, Sash could spend a year on ST and take over for him in the future.
89. San Diego (from Seattle)- Brandon Burton 6’0 190 CB Utah
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90. Baltimore- Casey Matthews 6’1 231 ILB Oregon
Ravens need to find a successor for Ray Lewis and provide some competition for McClain. Matthews comes from great family and could become a good player.
91. Atlanta- Jah Reid 6’7 321 OT Central Florida
Atlanta needs some help at the OT position. Reid is the best available OT and should be the pick here.
92. New England-Dontay Moch 6’1 245 DE/OLB Nevada
The Pats could use a 3-4 OLB. Moch is a project right now but no one can doubt his upside. The Patriots could be getting a steal here if he develops into what he could.
93. Chicago- K.J. Wright 6’4 242 OLB Mississippi State
Pisa Tinoisamoa is a FA and just had surgery. Wright could start off as a ST player and develop into a NFL starter.
94. New York Jets- Marcus Gilchrist 5’10 195 CB/FS Clemson
Jets could use some help at the CB position with Cromartie most likely gone. Gilchrist could be a solid nickel CB or possibly a FS at the NFL level.
95. Pittsburgh- Jerrell Powe 6’3 330 NT Ole Miss
The Steelers could use a backup for Hampton. Casey Hampton turns 34 and drafting Powe could offer them security as well as grooming him to be their NT of the future.
96. Green Bay- DeMarco Murray 6’0 213 RB Oklahoma
While Starks looked great, I don’t know if he is the answer. Murray is a great 3rd down RB and could help out.
97. Carolina(compensatory)- Terrell McClain 6’2 291 DT South Florida
The Panthers have nothing at DT and McClain is the best DT available. Should be the pick here.
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Great work!

Ours are identical through Arizona! I have Dallas trading up with Cleveland to get Peterson. SF takes Quinn, TEN takes Fairely and then Cleveland gets Julio Jones for Colt at 9 and still ahead of WAS.

Just a few things I was thinking along the way:
- I still just don't see Amukamara being as high a pick as everyone else does.
- I see Hayward being better than Wilkerson.
- I like seeing Locker in the 1st, I think he will surprise some.
- Matthews/Reed as OLBs together is sickening.
- I like that you have Taylor in the 2nd, I think that's where he ends up afterall.
- Another excellent pick by GB with Murray. I see too many mocks that have him dropping significantly. Great spot for him and ton of sense for GB. They're going to be VERY GOOD for a long time.
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2 OLB and a DE in the first 3 rounds is an outcome I can live with.

I really like Paea.
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Where's the TE??
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