I've done mock drafts in the past and I will try not to repeat my previous mocks. (for the most part) Don't want to have multiple mock drafts with a lot of similar players, isn't very fun. 1. Khalil Mack OLB Buffalo At this pick I contemplated Bridgewater, Mack, and Manziel but decided to go BPA and that is Mack. Fits the exact type of LB that RC wants. This guy can rush the passer with a variety of different moves and can drop back in coverage really well. Literally, the BPA in this draft. (Alternate Selection: Teddy Bridgewater QB Louisville or Johnny Manziel QB Texas A&M http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eEjLWzV--q8 (Don't rate players on their highlight reels, just linking in case people want to look.) 2. Jason Verrett CB TCU With teams clamoring (and overpaying in FA) to have multiple impact WR's on their team, we need to get multiple impact defenders. McCain is gone, Harris isn't worth his 2nd round selection, and we don't know what we've got with Bouye yet. (Even if it looks promising) Verrett is your prototypical nickel CB and he is smart, athletic, and hard-working. Plays with a quiet swagger. (Alternate Selection: Ra'Shede Hageman http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XqLiAVGkVXo 3. Zach Mettenberger QB LSU He's coming off a torn ACL but he should be available at the top of the 3rd round. Had improved tremendously under Cam Cameron. (Funny because Ravens couldn't wait to get rid of Cameron) He's the prototypical QB for BOB. He's got a strong arm, great touch with the ball, but needs polishing all-around. Hard to rate because of his all-star squad at WR. We'll need a veteran to pair with Mettenberger but depending on his progress he could either start Day 1 or start mid-way through the season. Has great upside. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TL8-mvZ5umo 4. Daniel McCullers NT Tennessee This guy is a man among boys. He's 6'7 (About 6'8) 350 pounds. This is the NT that we've wanted. Being that tall his obvious problem is playing too high. He will most likely demand double teams in most situations. Against Alabama he was usually double-teamed but still managed to flush McCarron out of the pocket. High effort guy who doesn't quit for his size. Obviously only a 2 down player. Needs to work on conditioning and watching his weight because it can fluctuate. He's a high effort guy but when he's winded, he's winded. When he's in 1 on 1 situations he's going to MAUL his guy, immediately. Would work well next to Watt. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZuFq87B0RNs 5. Jerick McKinnon RB Georgia Southern McKinnon has done it all while at Georgia Southern, thrown the ball, run the ball, caught the ball, etc. He's a natural athlete with great speed and strength. While only 5'9, he's 210 pounds. He tested out freakishly at the NFL Combine and has the tape to back it up. At Georgia Southern he ran the option so his numbers might be slightly skewed but he can play. He was one of the reasons that Georgia Southern upset Florida in 2013. Spent a lot of time changing positions while in school. (CB as a Freshman, QB as a Junior, and RB as a Senior.) Would need some time to focus on 1 position but has the talent and the effort to contribute. (Alternate Selection: Dri Archer RB Kent State (Probably won't be available) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kr1RZDLDBzg 6. Seandrel Henderson OT Miami (No picture, had to limit it to 6) Massive, strong-bodied, long-armed specimen with the physical gifts to be a dominant NFL right tackle in a power or slide-protection blocking scheme. However, he failed to live up to expectations in Coral Cables thanks to a tumultuous career marred by tragedy, suspensions, injuries and benchings. High-risk, high-reward, high-maintenance wild card who must convince decision-makers hes worth gambling on. Interview process will go a long way in determining his trustworthiness. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vrNwGYM5uaE 7. Denicos Allen OLB Michigan State Hard worker, a "chip on shoulder" type of guy. Plays with fire and is ALL about football. I just had to put him on here because he's going to be a ST's stud AT LEAST, when he gets to the NFL. Obviously undersized at 5'11, 225, but plays with a mean streak and gets after you. Was reading up about how RC will change defensive schemes to get more LB's on the field, he would work well in those situations or could attempt to move back to safety. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QrvnVoBWuXk http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bHNjrIDcskU I really liked doing this one. Hope you guys all enjoy!