Wednesday, April 10, 2013

2013 NFL Mock Draft Version 1

2013 Mock Draft Version 1

1 Kansas City – Luke Joeckel OT
The Chiefs solidify the core of what could be an explosive offense.

2 Jacksonville – Dion Jordan OLB/DE
A team with many needs invests in a player with huge upside.

3 Oakland– Shariff Floyd DT - Trade Possibility
If the Raiders keep this pick they need a sure thing.

4 Philadelphia – Eric Fisher OT – Trade Possibility
Eagles fix a hole in the oline, but may trade back if the right offer comes along.

5 Detroit – Ezekiel Ansah DE
The best 4-3 lineman available is a must for the Lions in a increasingly offensive-minded NFC North

6 Cleveland – Dee Milliner CB
The Brown plug the biggest hole in their defense.

7 Arizona – Lane Johnson OT
The worst o-line in the league gets an instant upgrade.

8 Buffalo – Geno Smith QB
The Bills need a franchise QB, the only question is: do they move up to try to get Smith?

9 New York Jets - Barkevious Mingo DE/OLB
A hot name to an over the hill defense.

10 Tennessee – Star Lotulelei DT
While they need a guard, Star’s upside is too much for the Titans to pass up.

11 San Diego - Jonathan Cooper OG
The Chargers take a versatile guard to strengthen a weak unit.

12 Miami – Xavier Rhodes CB
The Dolphins need a corner to challenge the receiver talent in the AFC East.

13 Tampa Bay – Travon Austin WR
Trade possibility, but the Bucs can’t pass up the opportunity to finish building an elite receiver corps.

14 Carolina – Sheldon Richardson DT
Panthers steal a big time talent in the middle of the first round.

15 New Orleans – Jarvis Jones OLB
Major upside talent with the speed and power to frighten NFC South quarterbacks

16 St. Louis – Kenny Vaccaro S
Rams fill a major defensive hole after cutting Mikell and losing Dahl.

17 Pittsburg - Cordarrelle Patterson, WR
Steelers replace Wallace and give Big Ben a big target.

18 Dallas – Chance Warmack OG
Cowboys can’t pass up this much value at such a huge need position.

19 New York Giants – D.J Fluker OT
Giants nab an athletic tackle to protect Eli.

20 Chicago – Arthur Brown LB
Expect the Bears to trade back, but if they keep the pick Brown has the potential to secure the middle of the defense for a decade.

21 Cincinatti – Desmond Trufant LB
Bengals begin the rebuild of the defense that is holding them back.

22 Saint Louis (from Washington) – Sylvester Williams DT Trade Possibility
May trade back but Fisher’s love for powerful defensive tackles will make it hard for him to pass Williams up.

23 Minnesota – Keenan Allen WR
Vikings try to replace Harvin with the best of the rest of the receivers

24 Indianapolis – Blidi Wreh-Wilson CB
Colts add a solid piece to a defense in transition.

25 Minnesota (from Seattle) – Kevin Minter ILB
Vikings add a solid middle linebacker to fill their biggest need.

26 Green Bay – Menelik Watson OT
Packers try solidify a shaky offensive line with another late 1st round tackle.

27 Houston – DeAndre Hopkins WR
Texans try again to fill the spot opposite Andre Johnson

28 Denver – Manti Te’o LB
Broncos get a leader for great value.

29 New England – Justin Hunter WR
Trade possibility, but after a tough offseason for Brady, the Pats give him a new weapon.

30 Atlanta – Tyler Eifert TE
Falcons give Ryan a new weapon and address next offseason’s biggest need with one pick.

31 San Francisco – Cornellius Carradine DE
Trade possibility, but I think the 49ers stay put and strengthen their impressive defense.

32 Baltimore – John Cyprien S
Ravens plug the hole left by Reed.

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