2013 Mock Draft Version 2 with trade projections
1 Kansas City – Luke Joeckel OT
Trade rumors abound, but the serious contenders to move up just don’t have enough picks.
2 Jacksonville – Dion Jordan OLB
Jaguars need a difference maker on defense, Jordan is the best fit.
3 Cleveland (Via Oakland) – Dee Milliner CB
Cleveland moves up to snag the corner they crave.
4 Miami (Via Philadelphia) – Eric Fisher OT
The Dolphins have the picks to make a big more and Philadelphia is looking for value.
5 Detroit – Ezekiel Ansah DE
Lions come up short in the Milliner derby but still walk away with a quality defensive addition.
6 Oakland (Via Cleveland) – Sharrif Floyd DT
Raiders get the picks they need, and still get their guy.
7 Arizona – Lane Johnson OT
No brainer for the Cardinals to upgrade its terrible offensive line.
8 Philadelphia (Via Buffalo) – Geno Smith QB
Eagles jump back into the top ten to snag their quarterback of the future.
9 New York Jets – Barkevious Mingo OLB
Jets have to do something to help their defense, Mingo is the safest pick.
10 Tennessee – Chance Warmack G
Titans get the safest player in the draft.
11 San Diego – Jonathan Cooper G
Chargers get all the upside of Warmack at a cheaper price.
12 Buffalo (From Miami via Philadelphia) – Tavon Austin WR
Bills get a playmaker to pair with Johnson.
13 Tampa Bay – Star Lotulelei DT
Buccaneers benefit from a top 10 talent falling.
14 Carolina – Sheldon Richardson DT
Carolina gets the guy they have been targeting all along.
15 New Orleans – Jarvis Jones OLB
Saints find a dynamic pass rusher from the outside.
16 Saint Louis – Kenny Vaccaro S
Rams plug a major hole in their secondary with the best safety in the draft.
17 Pittsburg – Cordarrelle Patterson WR
Steelers gamble on Pattersons huge upside to replace Wallace.
18 Dallas – Sylvester Williams DT
Cowboys shock the world by making a safe pick.
19 New York Giants – D.J. Fluker OT
An athletic tackle to protect a grateful Eli.
20 Arizona (Via Chicago) – Matt Barkley QB
Cardinal get their QB of the future, Bears recoup some picks.
21 Cincinnati – Alex Ogletree ILB
Bengals value potential more than they fear character issues.
22 Saint Louis – DeAndre Hopkins WR
Rams reach for a weapon in a make or break year for their not-so-young-anymore quarterback.
23 Minnesota – Justin Hunter WR
Vikings try to replace Harvin’s productivity with a big target.
24 Indianapolis – Xavier Rhodes CB
Colts bolster a weak secondary.
25 Minnesota (Via Seattle) – Manti Te’o ILB
Vikings fill a major need with a solid leader.
26 Green Bay – John Cyprien S
Packers address their biggest weakness.
27 Houston – Menelik Watson OT
With the top four wide receivers off the board the Texans reinforce their offensive line.
28 Denver – Kevin Minter ILB
Broncos fill a big hole in the middle with a solid player
29 New England – Keenan Allen WR
Patriots reach for a often injured but very productive wide receiver to mollify Brady.
30 Atlanta – Tyler Eifert TE
Falcons address next year’s biggest need while getting another weapon for Ryan.
31 San Francisco – Cornellius (Tank) Carradine DE
An aging defensive line gets an infusion of talented youth.
32 Buffalo (Via Baltimore) – Ryan Nassib QB
After missing on Smith, Buffalo jumps back into the first round to get a quarterback their new coach is very familiar with.