Seminole's Mock Draft

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    1. St. Louis Rams: DT Ndamukong Suh, Nebraska. The seemingly most ready prospect in the 2010 NFL Draft.

    2. Detroit Lions: SS Eric Berry, Tennessee. The biggest game changer outside of Suh, Berry is as special as safeties come.

    3. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: DT Gerald McCoy, Oklahoma. The Bucs haven't been able to penetrate consistently up the middle since the days of Warren Sapp.

    4. Washington Redskins: QB Sam Bradford, Oklahoma. The Redskins will probably take a similar approach to ours when Kubiak took over and invest in a QB.

    5. Kansas City Chiefs: OT Russell Okung, Oklahoma St. I thought about Dez Bryant here with Chris Chambers getting older and Dwayne Bowe's inability to win over the coaching staff, but Okung was more highly rated and also fit a need.

    6. Seattle Seahawks: CB Joe Haden, Florida. Haden could help improve a secondary that gave up 245 yards per game during the regular season.

    7. Cleveland Browns: ILB Rolando McClain, Alabama. ILB in the 3-4 system, McClain should be able to impact that defense immediately.

    8. Oakland Raiders: DE Derrick Morgan, Georgia Tech. Can play opposite Richard Seymour and improve an already effective pass rushing defense.

    9. Buffalo Bills: WR Dez Bryant, Oklahoma St. Outside of 28 year old Lee Evans and 29 year old Josh Reed (and TO), the highest amount of receptions for a receiver was 3 from Roscoe Parrish. The TO experiment didn't get them anywhere, it's time to bring in some new young playmakers.

    10. Denver Broncos: QB Jimmy Clausen, Notre Dame. I don't think Orton was brought in to be the future, just a guy who could perform in the short term and keep McDaniels his job.

    11. Jacksonville Jaguars: DE Jason Pierre-Paul, USF. 14 sacks is pitiful. JPP can be a starter on that team right away.

    12. Miami Dolphins: DT Dan Williams, Tennessee. The Dolphins have been getting better up front with the additions of Phillip Merling and Kendall Langford, Dan Williams would be a nice NT to plug into that defense.

    13. San Francisco 49ers: DE Carlos Dunlap, Florida. Something tells me that Singletary wants a #1 defense. Dunlap played alot of 3-4 end at Florida and could probably even stand up and rush from time to time in the Niner's 3-4.

    14. Seattle Seahawks: OT Anthony Davis, Rutgers. The Seahawks would almost certainly jump at the opportunity to have one of the best tackles in the draft midway through the first round.

    15. New York Giants: FS Earl Thomas, Texas. The Giants are in a division now where they are going to have to defend some good receivers. With the Eagles, Cowboys, and now the Redskins with Shanahan, you're in a passing division.

    16. Tennessee Titans: CB Kyle Wilson, Boise State. If the Titans want to get a starting cornerback in this draft, it will have be at this spot.

    17. San Francisco 49ers: OT Bryan Bulaga, Iowa. The Niners get better on both offensive and defensive line and continue building a strong team.

    18. Pittsburgh Steelers: OT Trent Williams, Oklahoma. It's been a good draft so far for the state of Oklahoma. The Steelers' pass protection broke down way to many times last season, they need to upgrade their offensive line and Trent Williams is rated to go at about this time.

    19. Atlanta Falcons: CB Patrick Robinson, Florida State. The Falcons could use a corner with Robinson's skill set. The Falcons would be filling one of their biggest needs.

    20. Houston Texans: DT Brian Price, UCLA. It doesn't matter if he is in the same mold as an Okoye, because we may need to replace Okoye anyway. We have to get better at DT.

    21. Cincinnati Bengals: WR Golden Tate, Notre Dame. Golden Tate has alot of ability and has been very productive in a pro-style scheme. With the departure of TJ and the death of Chris Henry, the Bengals are in need of a receiver to complement Ocho.

    22. New England Patriots: OLB Brandon Graham, Michigan. Time to get back to rushing the passer, the Patriots don't have a young OLB that they are grooming.

    23. Green Bay Packers: RB C.J. Spiller, Clemson. Spiller can be a good weapon for the Packers to use both in the passing and running game.

    24. Philadelphia Eagles: LB Brandon Spikes, Florida. It doesn't matter what linebacker position he plays, the Eagles need an upgrade to the unit and Spikes provides good value.

    25. Baltimore Ravens: OLB Sergio Kindle, Texas. The Ravens are always improving the defense, and Kindle looks to be a nice fit and great value at 25.

    26. Arizona Cardinals: OLB/DE Jerry Hughes, TCU. Jerry Hughes could be used as a rush specialist in Arizona's hybrid scheme.

    27. Dallas Cowboys: S Morgan Burnett, Georgia Tech. Burnett could upgrade a safety group that really only has 1 good prospect.

    28. San Diego Chargers: RB Jonathan Dwyer, Georgia Tech. The Chargers will be looking to get a RB or two this offseason and Dwyer is good value at 28.

    29. New York Jets: WR Demaryius Thomas, Georgia Tech. Big athletic guy that showed great ball skills. He may take a while to improve his route tree but could be a big target for Sanchez in the future.

    30. Minnesota Vikings: CB Kareem Jackson, Alabama. The Vikings have an aging Winfield coming off of a foot injury and Cedric Griffin coming off torn ACL; depth at CB is a priority for the Vikings.

    31. Indianapolis Colts: OT Bruce Campbell, Maryland. Campbell could provide some versatility and toughness to the Colts Oline.

    32. New Orleans Saints: OLB Sean Weatherspoon. This guy fits the aggressive Gregg Williams scheme well and fills a need.
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