Alright, this mock may be a little outdated. I finished it last night, so I dont exactly know what to do about QB. Anyway, hope you guys like it. 1) Memphis NT Dontari Poe, 65 350 lbs Like the rest of the scouting community (at least it seems that way), I am joining the Poe to the Texans bandwagon. I had him ranked as a 2nd/3rd at the start of the year, but with no other NTs stepping up and Poe playing very well, I think he is worth a late first. A big guy who moves like he weighs 50 pounds less than he is, Poe can occupy two lineman, and perhaps even create a little push. At 65 Poe serves as a skyscraper in the QBs line of sight, which helps shut down the short passing game across the middle. 2) Oklahoma OLB Ronnell Lewis, 62 245 lbs The Hammer. Lewis provides insurance in case Mario leaves (which I think he does- salary issues), leaving the team with 3 dynamic pass rushers at OLB. Lewis can also play on special teams, meaning he will immediately see the field while earning the intricacies of OLB. 3) San Diego State QB Ryan Lindley, 64 230 lbs Schaub is down, and Leinart well, lets say he does not inspire much confidence. Maybe he plays well, but if so he leaves in search of a starting job. Lindley has pro size, a pro arm, and pro mobility. What he needs is to play around talent and learn how to read a defense a little better. If he sits for a year I think Lindley can be an upper-tier starting QB in the future. 4) Oklahoma WR Ryan Broyles, 511 185 lbs Broyles has been put in so many mocks this year that I wont write anything more, other than say that he is a player. 5) South Dakota LT Tom Compton, 66 315 lbs A small-school LT with great athleticism, Compton becomes the new swing tackle. If he can get his technique down while adding a bit of strength, Compton could move Brown inside or to RT. A negative on Compton is that he does not play overly mean; hopefully practicing against Cushing can help him out there. 6) UConn OC Moe Petrus, 62 305 lbs A bit old for a rookie, Petrus can be the backup right away, and be a starter once Myers leaves. His mobility is outstanding, and displays solid technique. 7) Michigan DE Ryan van Bergen, 66 290 lbs Van Bergen is little more than a poor mans Watt. And I am seeing enough while watching Michigan that perhaps with NFL coaching and training that he can be another Watt. Van Bergan plays strong on the line of scrimmage, and is a threat to reach the passer if left to only one blocker. I feel that this mock gives the team what it needs to make a true Super Bowl push- A strong NT to solidify the line, a rush OLB to help put pressure on the QB, a backup QB, A number 2 or 3 receiver to capitalize in the space provided by AJ, a swing tackle, a backup interior lineman and a new member to the 3-4 DE rotation.