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    Iggles Nut's Complete 2012 7-Round Mock Draft

    I didn't do any trades in this one. Mocks in essence are kind of silly because if you miss one pick that has a butterfly effect on everything else. There's no hope for accuracy. I do these more to help educate myelf about team needs and what players fit specific schemes. Of course at a certain point I get tired of doing detailed research and just start drawing names out of a hat. No explanations for picks but I'll answer any questions/criticisms.

    Round 1
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    1. INDIANAPOLIS: Andrew Luck 6-4 232 QB Stanford
    2. WASHINGTON(fm STL): Robert Griffin III 6-2 223 QB Baylor
    3. MINNESOTA: Matt Kalil 6-7 306 OT Southern Cal
    4. CLEVELAND: Morris Claiborne 5-11 188 CB Louisiana State
    5. TAMPA BAY: Trent Richardson 5-9 228 RB Alabama
    6. SAINT LOUIS: Fletcher Cox 6-4 298 DT/DE Mississippi State
    7. JACKSONVILLE: Melvin Ingram 6-2 264 DE South Carolina
    8. MIAMI: Ryan Tannehill 6-4 221 QB Texas A&M
    9. CAROLINA: Stephon Gilmore 6-1 190 CB South Carolina
    10. BUFFALO: Justin Blackmon 6-1 207 WR Oklahoma State
    11. KANSAS CITY: Michael Brockers 6-5 322 DT Louisiana State
    12. SEATTLE: David DeCastro 6-5 316 OG Stanford
    13. ARIZONA: Michael Floyd 6-3 220 WR Notre Dame
    14. DALLAS: Dontari Poe 6-4 346 NT Memphis
    15. PHILADELPHIA: Luke Kuechly 6-3 242 LB Boston College
    16. NY JETS: Cordy Glenn 6-6 345 OT Georgia
    17. CINCINATTI(fm OAK): Dre Kirkpatrick 6-2 186 CB Alabama
    18. SAN DIEGO: Mark Barron 6-1 213 S Alabama
    19. CHICAGO: Chandler Jones 6-5 266 DE Syracuse
    20. TENNESSEE: Kendall Wright 5-10 196 WR Baylor
    21. CINCINATTI: Stephen Hill 6-4 215 WR Georgia Tech
    22. CLEVELAND(fm ATL): Riley Reiff 6-6 313 OT Iowa
    23. DETROIT: Nick Perry 6-3 271 DE Southern Cal
    24. PITTSBURGH: Courtney Upshaw 6-2 272 DE/OLB/ILB Alabama
    25. DENVER: Doug Martin 5-9 223 RB Boise State
    26. HOUSTON: Coby Fleener 6-6 247 TE Stanford
    27. NEW ENGLAND(fm NO): Quinton Coples 6-6 284 DE North Carolina
    28. GREEN BAY: Shea McClellin 6-3 260 DE/OLB Boise State
    29. BALTIMORE: Peter Konz 6-5 314 C/G Wisconsin
    30. SF 49ERS: Kevin Zeitler 6-4 314 OG Wisconsin
    31. NEW ENGLAND: Lavonte David 6-1 233 LB Nebraska
    32. NY GIANTS: Whitney Mercilus 6-4 261 DE Illinois

    Round 2
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    33. SAINT LOUIS: David Wilson 5-10 206 RB Virginia Tech
    34. INDIANAPOLIS: Donta Hightower 6-2 265 LB Alabama
    35. MINNESOTA: Harrison Smith 6-2 213 S Notre Dame
    36. TAMPA BAY: Jayron Hosley 5-10 178 CB Virginia Tech
    37. CLEVELAND: Brandon Weeden 6-4 221 QB Oklahoma State
    38. JACKSONVILLE: Reuben Randle 6-3 210 WR Louisiana State
    39. SAINT LOUIS(fm WAS): Bobby Massie 6-6 316 OT Mississippi
    40. CAROLINA: Jerel Worthy 6-2 308 DT Michigan State
    41. BUFFALO: Jonathan Martin 6-5 312 OT Stanford
    42. MIAMI: Andre Branch 6-4 259 DE/OLB Clemson
    43. SEATTLE: Vinny Curry 6-3 266 DE Marshall
    44. KANSAS CITY: Amini Silatalu 6-4 311 OG Midwestern St(TX)
    45. DALLAS: Janoris Jenkins 5-10 193 CB North Alabama
    46. PHILADELPHIA: Brandon Thompson 6-2 314 DT Clemson
    47. NY JETS: Ronnell Lewis 6-2 253 OLB/DE Oklahoma
    48. NEW ENGLAND(fm OAK): Trumaine Johnson 6-2 204 CB/S Montana
    49. SAN DIEGO: Mike Adams 6-7 323 OT Ohio State
    50. CHICAGO: Dwayne Allen 6-3 255 TE Clemson
    51. PHILADELPHIA(fm ARZ): Brandon Boykin 5-10 182 CB/KR Georgia
    52. TENNESSEE: Josh Robinson 5-10 199 CB Central Florida
    53. CINCINATTI: Lamar Miller 5-11 212 RB Miami(FL)
    54. ATLANTA: Kendall Reyes 6-4 299 DT Connecticut
    55. DETROIT: Jamell Flemming 5-11 206 CB Oklahoma
    56. PITTSBURGH: Derek Wolfe 6-5 295 DT Cincinatti
    57. DENVER: Devon Still 6-5 303 DT Penn State
    58. HOUSTON: Bruce Irvin 6-3 245 DE/OLB West Virginia
    59. GREEN BAY: Brandon Taylor 5-11 209 S Louisiana State
    60. BALTIMORE: A.J. Jenkins 6-0 190 WR Illinois
    61. SF 49ERS: Brian Quick 6-4 220 WR Appalachian State
    62. NEW ENGLAND: Mohamed Sanu 6-2 211 WR Rutgers
    63. NY GIANTS: Mitchell Schwartz 6-5 318 OT California

    Round 3
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    64. INDIANAPOLIS: Alameda Ta'amu 6-3 348 NT Washington
    65. SAINT LOUIS: Bobby Wagner 6-0 241 LB Utah State
    66. MINNESOTA: Alshon Jeffery 6-3 216 WR South Carolina
    67. CLEVELAND: Chris Polk 5-11 215 RB Washington
    68. TAMPA BAY: Mychal Kendricks 5-11 239 LB California
    69. WASHINGTON: Kelechi Osemele 6-6 333 T/G Iowa State
    70. JACKSONVILLE: Ben Jones 6-3 303 C/G Georgia
    71. BUFFALO: Zach Brown 6-1 246 LB North Carolina
    72. MIAMI: LaDarius Green 6-6 238 TE Louisiana-Lafayette
    73. MIAMI(fm CAR via CHI): Chris Givens 5-11 198 WR Wake Forest
    74. KANSAS CITY: Alfonzo Dennard 5-10 204 CB Nebraska
    75. SEATTLE: Brock Osweiler 6-7 242 QB Arizona State
    76. HOUSTON(fm PHI): Marvin Jones 6-2 199 WR California
    77. NY JETS: George Iloka 6-4 225 S Boise State
    78. SAN DIEGO: LaMichael James 5-8 194 RB Oregon
    79. CHICAGO: Jeff Allen 6-4 307 T/G Illinois
    80. ARIZONA: Brandon Brooks 6-5 346 G/T Miami(OH)
    81. DALLAS: Phillip Blake 6-3 311 C/G Baylor
    82. TENNESSEE: Demario Davis 6-2 235 LB Arkansas State
    83. CINCINATTI: Mike Martin 6-1 307 DT Michigan
    84. ATLANTA: Brandon Mosley 6-6 314 OT Auburn
    85. DETROIT: Robert Turbin 5-10 222 RB Utah State
    86. PITTSBURGH: T.Y. Hilton 5-10 183 WR Florida International
    87. DENVER: Kirk Cousins 6-3 214 QB Michigan State
    88. PHILADELPHIA(fm HOU): Marvin McNutt 6-3 216 WR Iowa
    89. NEW ORLEANS: Jared Crick 6-3 279 DE/DT Nebraska
    90. GREEN BAY: Tyrone Crawford 6-3 275 DE/DT Boise State
    91. BALTIMORE: Josh Chapman 6-1 316 NT Alabama
    92. SF 49ERS: Billy Wynn 6-4 294 DE/DT Boise State
    93. NEW ENGLAND: Isaiah Pead 5-10 197 RB Cincinatti
    94. NY GIANTS: Casey Hayward 5-11 192 CB Vanderbilt
    95. OAKLAND: Sean Spence 5-11 231 LB Miami(FL)

    Round 4
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    96. SAINT LOUIS: Juron Criner 6-3 224 WR Arizona
    97. INDIANAPOLIS: Orson Charles 6-3 251 TE Georgia
    98. MINNESOTA: Chase Minnifield 5-10 183 CB Virginia
    99. HOUSTON(fm TB via PHI): Zebrie Sanders 6-6 320 OT Florida State
    100. CLEVELAND: Nick Toon 6-2 215 WR Wisconsin
    101. JACKSONVILLE: Ron Brooks 5-10 190 CB Louisiana State
    102. WASHINGTON: James-Michael Johnson 6-1 241 LB Nevada
    103. MIAMI: Lucas Nix 6-5 317 G/T Pittsburgh
    104. CAROLINA: Joe Adams 5-11 179 WR/KR Arkansas
    105. BUFFALO: Michael Egnew 6-5 252 TE Missouri
    106. SEATTLE: Antonio Allen 6-2 210 S South Carolina
    107. KANSAS CITY: Nigel Bradham 6-2 241 LB Florida State
    108. DENVER(fm NYJ): Keenan Robinson 6-3 240 LB Texas
    109. WASHINGTON(fm OAK): Dwight Bentley 5-10 182 CB Louisiana-Lafayette
    110. SAN DIEGO: Trevor Guyton 6-3 285 DE/DT California
    111. CHICAGO: Trent Robinson 5-10 195 S Michigan State
    112. ARIZONA: Terrell Manning 6-2 237 LB N.C. State
    113. DALLAS: Cam Johnson 6-4 268 DE/OLB Virginia
    114. PHILADELPHIA: Malik Jackson 6-5 284 DT/DE Tennessee
    115. TENNESSEE: Brandon Hardin 6-3 216 S Oregon State
    116. CINCINATTI: Michael Brewster 6-4 312 C/G Ohio State
    117. DETROIT: Donald Stephenson 6-6 312 OT Oklahoma
    118. CLEVELAND: Jarius Wright 5-10 182 WR Arkansas
    119. PITTSBURGH: Brandon Washington 6-3 320 G/T Miami(FL)
    120. DENVER: Devon Wylie 5-9 187 WR/KR Fresno State
    121. HOUSTON: Kyle Wilber 6-4 249 LB Wake Forest
    122. NEW ORLEANS: Josh Norman 6-0 197 CB Coastal Carolina
    123. GREEN BAY: Tom Compton 6-5 314 T/G South Dakota
    124. BUFFALO(fm BAL): Russell Wilson 5-10 204 QB Wisconsin
    125. SF 49ERS: Joe Looney 6-3 309 G/C Wake Forest
    126. NEW ENGLAND: Markelle Martin 6-1 207 S Oklahoma State
    127. NY GIANTS: Ryan Broyles 5-10 192 WR Oklahoma
    128. MINNESOTA: Travis Lewis 6-1 246 LB Oklahoma
    129. OAKLAND: James Brown 6-3 306 G/T Troy
    130. BALTIMORE: Cyrus Gray 5-10 206 RB Texas A&M
    131. NY GIANTS: Bernard Pierce 6-0 218 RB Temple
    132. GREEN BAY: Trevin Wade 5-10 192 CB Arizona
    133. GREEN BAY: David Molk 6-1 298 C Michigan
    134. MINNESOTA: Josh LeRibeus 6-3 312 OG Southern Methodist
    135. DALLAS: Greg Childs 6-3 219 WR Arkansas
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    Round 5
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    136. INDIANAPOLIS: Rishard Matthews 6-0 217 WR Nevada
    137. DENVER(fm STL): DeQuan Menzie 5-11 202 CB/S Alabama
    138. MINNESOTA: Ronnie Hillman 5-9 200 RB San Diego State
    139. CLEVELAND: Audie Cole 6-4 246 LB N.C. State
    140. TAMPA BAY: Tony Bergstrom 6-5 313 T/G Utah
    141. WASHINGTON: Senio Kelemete 6-4 307 G/T Washington
    142. JACKSONVILLE: Josh Kaddu 6-3 239 LB Oregon
    143. CAROLINA: Bryan Anger 6-4 208 P California
    144. BUFFALO: Leonard Johnson 5-10 196 CB Iowa State
    145. MIAMI: Sean Richardson 6-3 216 S Vanderbilt
    146. KANSAS CITY: Tommy Streeter 6-5 216 WR Miami(FL)
    147. BUFFALO(fm SEA): Jake Bequette 6-5 274 DE Arkansas
    148. OAKLAND: Jonathan Massaquoi 6-2 264 DE/OLB Troy
    149. SAN DIEGO: Nick Foles 6-5 243 QB Arizona
    150. CHICAGO: Jaye Howard 6-3 301 DT Florida
    151. ARIZONA: Kheeston Randall 6-5 293 DE/DT Texas
    152. DALLAS: Taylor Thompson 6-6 266 TE/DE Southern Methodist
    153. PHILADELPHIA: Nate Potter 6-6 303 T/G Boise State
    154. NY JETS: Jeff Fuller 6-4 223 WR Texas A&M
    155. TENNESSEE: Quentin Saulsberry 6-2 302 C/G Mississippi State
    156. CINCINATTI: Duke Ihenacho 6-0 213 S San Jose State
    157. ATLANTA: Omar Bolden 5-10 202 CB/KR Arizona
    158. DETROIT: Aaron Henry 6-0 208 S Wisconsin
    159. PITTSBURGH: Vick Ballard 5-10 219 RB Mississippi State
    160. CLEVELAND(fm DEN): Hebron Fangupo 6-1 323 DT Brigham Young
    161. HOUSTON: Marcus Forston 6-1 301 DT Miami(FL)
    162. NEW ORLEANS: Keyshawn Martin 6-0 188 WR Michigan State
    163. GREEN BAY: Ryan Lindley 6-4 229 QB San Diego State
    164. BALTIMORE: Justin Bethel 6-0 200 S Presbyterian(SC)
    165. SF 49ERS: Shaun Prater 5-10 190 CB Iowa
    166. CINCINATTI(fm NE): Emmanuel Acho 6-2 238 LB Texas
    167. CINCINATTI(fm NYG): James Hanna 6-4 252 TE Oklahoma
    168. OAKLAND: DeAngelo Peterson 6-3 243 TE Louisiana State
    169. BALTIMORE: Ryan Miller 6-7 321 G/T Colorado
    170. INDIANAPOLIS: Matt McCants 6-6 308 OT Alabama-Birmingham

    Round 6
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    171. SAINT LOUIS: Asa Jackson 5-10 191 CB/PR Cal-Poly
    172. PHILADELPHIA(fm IND): B.J. Coleman 6-3 234 QB Tenn-Chattanooga
    173. WASHINGTON(fm MIN): Edwin Baker 5-8 204 RB Michigan State
    174. TAMPA BAY: Janzen Jackson 6-0 188 FS/CB McNeese State
    175. MINNESOTA(fm CLE): Dale Moss 6-3 220 WR South Dakota State
    176. JACKSONVILLE: Matt Reynolds 6-5 302 OT Brigham Young
    177. ARIZONA: Andrew Datko 6-6 315 OT Florida State
    178. BUFFALO: Miles Burris 6-2 246 LB San Diego State
    179. NEW ORLEANS: Rhett Ellison 6-5 251 TE Southern Cal
    180. CAROLINA: Tank Carder 6-2 236 LB Texas Christian
    181. SEATTLE: DaJohn Harris 6-3 306 DT Southern Cal
    182. KANSAS CITY: Darius Fleming 6-2 247 LB Notre Dame
    183. SAN DIEGO: Tim Fugger 6-4 250 DE/OLB Vanderbilt
    184. CHICAGO: Bradie Ewing 6-0 239 FB Wisconsin
    185. ARIZONA: Olivier Vernon 6-2 261 DE/OLB Miami(FL)
    186. DALLAS: Christian Thompson 6-2 211 S South Carolina State
    187. NY JETS(fm PHI via IND): Michael Smith 5-9 207 RB Utah State
    188. DENVER: Tydreke Powell 6-2 311 DT North Carolina
    189. OAKLAND: Tyler Nielsen 6-3 238 LB Iowa
    190. TENNESSEE: Jacquies Smith 6-3 253 DE Missouri
    191. CINCINATTI: Chris Rainey 5-8 180 RB/WR/RS Florida
    192. ATLANTA: Junior Hemingway 6-1 219 WR Michigan
    193. PITTSBURGH: Brandon Lindsey 6-2 254 DE/OLB Pittsburgh
    194. PHILADELPHIA(fm DEN): Adam Gettis 6-2 293 G/C Iowa
    195. HOUSTON: Coryell Judie 6-0 194 CB Texas A&M
    196. MIAMI(fm NO): Rishaw Johnson 6-3 313 OG Cal(PA)
    197. GREEN BAY: Tauren Poole 5-10 205 RB Tennessee
    198. BALTIMORE: Eddie Pleasant 5-10 211 S Oregon
    199. SF 49ERS: Jamie Blatnick 6-3 263 DE/OLB Oklahoma State
    200. PHILADELPHIA(fm NE): Evan Rodriguez 6-2 239 TE/H-B Temple
    201. NY GIANTS: Alex Hoffman-Ellis 6-1 232 LB Washington State
    202. NY JETS: Chris Greenwood 6-1 193 CB Albion(MI)
    203. NY JETS: T.J. Graham 5-11 188 WR N.C. State
    204. CLEVELAND: Ryan Steed 5-10 195 CB/S Furman
    205. CLEVELAND: Rokevius Watkins 6-4 338 OG South Carolina
    206. INDIANAPOLIS: Robert Blanton 6-1 208 CB/S Notre Dame
    207. CAROLINA: Jack Crawford 6-5 274 DE Penn State

    Round 7
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    208. INDIANAPOLIS: Mike Harris 5-10 188 CB Florida State
    209. SAINT LOUIS: Chandler Harnish 6-2 219 QB Northern Illinois
    210. MINNESOTA: Domonique Hamilton 6-5 313 DT Missouri
    211. CLEVELAND: Frank Alexaner 6-4 270 DE Oklahoma
    212. TAMPA BAY: Mike Daniels 6-1 293 DT Iowa
    213. WASHINGTON: Ryan Davis 6-2 259 OLB/DE Bethune-Cookman
    214. INDIANAPOLIS: Dan Herron 5-10 213 RB Ohio State
    215. MIAMI: Brett Roy 6-3 275 DE/DT/OLB Nevada
    216. CAROLINA: Dwight Jones 6-3 230 WR North Carolina
    217. BUFFALO: Emil Igwenagu 6-1 249 FB/H-B Massachusetts
    218. KANSAS CITY: Terrence Ganaway 6-0 237 RB Baylor
    219. DETROIT: Eric Page 5-9 186 WR/KR Toledo
    220. CHICAGO: DeVier Posey 6-2 211 WR Ohio State
    221. ARIZONA: Keith Tandy 5-10 202 CB/S West Virginia
    222. DALLAS: Vontaze Burflict 6-1 246 LB Arizona State
    223. MINNESOTA: Chase Ford 6-7 255 TE Miami(FL)
    224. GREEN BAY: Tavon Wilson 6-0 205 S Illinois
    225. SEATTLE: Bobby Rainey 5-7 205 RB Western Kentucky
    226. SAN DIEGO: Coty Sensabaugh 5-11 189 CB Clemson
    227. TENNESSEE: Donnie Fletcher 6-1 198 CB Boston College
    228. JACKSONVILLE: Austin Davis 6-1 212 QB Southern Miss
    229. ATLANTA: Kevin Koger 6-4 256 TE Michigan
    230. DETROIT: Tahir Whitehead 6-2 237 LB Temple
    231. PITTSBURGH: Drew Butler 6-1 203 P Georgia
    232. NY JETS: Akiem Hicks 6-5 318 DT Regina(CD)
    233. HOUSTON: G.J. Kinne 6-1 234 QB Tulsa
    234. NEW ORLEANS: Charles Mitchell 5-11 202 S Mississippi State
    235. GREEN BAY: Najee Goode 6-0 244 LB West Virginia
    236. BALTIMORE: Markus Kuhn 6-5 299 DT N.C. State
    237. SF 49ERS: Garrett Celek 6-4 250 TE Michigan State
    238. KANSAS CITY(fm NE): Jeff Adams 6-6 306 OT Columbia
    239. NY GIANTS: Garth Gerhart 6-1 305 C Arizona State
    240. PITTSBURGH: Jerry Franklin 6-1 242 LB Arkansas
    241. GREEN BAY: Desmond Wynn 6-6 303 G/T Rutgers
    242. NY JETS: George Bryan 6-5 265 TE N.C. State
    243. GREEN BAY: Kourtnei Brown 6-5 256 DE/OLB Clemson
    244. NY JETS: Micah Perrelin 6-0 194 CB Hampton
    245. CLEVELAND: Davin Meggett 5-8 211 RB Maryland
    246. PITTSBURGH: Winston Guy 6-1 218 S Kentucky
    247. CLEVELAND: Danny Trevahan 6-0 237 LB Kentucky
    248. PITTSBURGH: John Brantley 6-3 219 QB Florida
    249. ATLANTA: Brandon Marshall 6-1 242 LB Nevada
    250. SAN DIEGO: Braylon Broughton 6-4 257 LB Texas Christian
    251. BUFFALO: Scott Wedige 6-4 300 C Northern Illinois
    252. SAINT LOUIS: Tim Benford 5-11 205 WR Tennessee Tech
    253. INDIANAPOLIS: Adrian Robinson 6-1 250 LB Temple
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    Team-by-Team Picks
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    INDIANAPOLIS
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    1-1: Andrew Luck QB Stanford
    2-34: Donta Hightower ILB/OLB Alabama
    3-64: Alemeda Ta'amu NT Washington
    4-97: Orson Charles TE Georgia
    5-136: Rishard Matthews WR Nevada
    5-170: Matt McCants OT Alabama-Birmingham
    6-206: Robert Blanton CB/S Notre Dame
    7-208: Mike Harris CB Florida State
    7-253: Adrian Robinson LB Temple

    WASHINGTON
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    1-2: Robert Griffin III QB Baylor
    3-69: Kelechi Osemele G/T Iowa State
    4-102: James-Michael Johnson LB Nevada
    4-109: Dwight Bentley CB Louisiana-Lafayette
    5-141: Senio Kelemte G/T Washington
    6-173: Edwin Baker RB Michigan State
    7-213: Ryan Davis DE/OLB Bethune-Cookman

    MINNESOTA
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    1-3: Matt Kalil OT Southern Cal
    2-35: Harrison Smith S Notre Dame
    3-66: Alshon Jeffery WR South Carolina
    4-98: Chase Minnifield CB Virginia
    4-128: Travis Lewis LB Oklahoma
    4-132: Josh LeRibeus OG Wake Forest
    5-138: Ronnie Hillman RB San Diego State
    6-175: Dale Moss WR South Dakota State
    7-210: Domonique Hamilton DT Missouri
    7-223: Chase Ford TE Miami(FL)

    CLEVELAND
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    1-4: Morris Claiborne CB Louisiana State
    1-22: Riley Reiff OT Iowa
    2-37: Brandon Weeden QB Oklahoma State
    3-68: Chris Polk RB Washington
    4-100: Nick Toon WR Wisconsin
    4-118: Jarius Wright WR Arkansas
    5-139: Audie Cole LB N.C. State
    5-160: Hebron Fangupo DT Brigham Young
    6-204: Ryan Steed CB/S Furman
    6-205: Rokevious Watkins OG South Carolina
    7-211: Frank Alexander DE Oklahoma
    7-245: Davin Meggett RB Maryland
    7-247: Danny Trevahan LB Kentucky

    TAMPA BAY
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    1-5: Trent Richardson RB Oklahoma
    2-36: Jayron Hosley CB Virginia Tech
    3-68: Mychal Kendricks LB California
    5-140: Tony Bergstrom T/G Utah
    6-174: Janzen Jackson S McNeese State
    7-212: Mike Daniels DT Iowa

    SAINT LOUIS
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    1-6: Fletcher Cox DT Mississippi State
    2-33: David Wilson RB Virginia Tech
    2-39: Bobby Massie OT Mississippi
    3-65: Bobby Wagner LB Utah State
    4-96: Juron Criner WR Arizona
    6-171: Asa Jackson CB/PR Cal-Poly
    7-209: Chandler Harnish QB Northern Illinois
    7-252: Tim Benford WR Tennessee Tech

    JACKSONVILLE
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    1-7: Melvin Ingram DE South Carolina
    2-38: Rueben Randle WR Louisiana State
    3-70: Ben Jones C/G Georgia
    4-101: Ron Brooks CB Louisiana State
    5-142: Josh Kaddu LB Oregon
    6-176: Matt Reynolds OT Brigham Young
    7-228: Austin Davis QB Southern Miss

    MIAMI
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    1-8: Ryan Tannehill QB Texas A&M
    2-42: Andre Branch DE/OLB Clemson
    3-72: LaDarius Green TE Louisiana-Lafayette
    3-73: Chris Givens WR Wake Forest
    4-103: Lucas Nix T/G Pittsburgh
    5-145: Sean Richardson S Vanderbilt
    6-196: Rishaw Johnson OG Cal(PA)
    7-215: Brett Roy 6-3 275 DE/DT/OLB Nevada

    CAROLINA
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    1-9: Stephon Gilmore CB South Carolina
    2-40: Jerel Worthy DT Michigan State
    4-104: Joe Adams WR/KR Arkansas
    5-143: Bryan Anger P California
    6-180: Tank Carder LB Texas Christian
    6-207: Jack Crawford DE Penn State
    7-216: Dwight Jones WR North Carolina

    BUFFALO
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    1-10: Justin Blackmon WR Oklahoma State
    2-41: Jonathan Martin OT Stanford
    3-71: Zach Brown LB North Carolina
    4-105: Michael Egnew TE Missouri
    4-124: Russell Wilson QB Wisconsin
    5-144: Leonard Johnson CB Iowa State
    5-147: Jake Bequette DE Arkansas
    6-178: Miles Burris LB San Diego State
    7-217: Emil Igwenagu FB/H-B Massachussetts
    7-251: Scott Wedige C Northern Illinois

    KANSAS CITY
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    1-11: Michael Brockers DT Louisiana State
    2-44: Amini Silatalu OG Midwestern St(TX)
    3-74: Alfonzo Dennard CB Nebraska
    4-107: Nigel Bradham LB Florida State
    5-146: Tommy Streeter WR Miami(FL)
    6-187: Darius Fleming LB Notre Dame
    7-218: Terrance Ganaway RB Baylor
    7-238: Jeff Adams OT Columbia

    SEATTLE
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    1-12: David DeCastro OG Stanford
    2-43: Vinny Curry DE Marshall
    3-75: Brock Osweiler QB Arizona State
    4-106: Antonio Allen S South Carolina
    6-181: DaJohn Harris DT Southern Cal
    7-225: Bobby Rainey RB Western Kentucky

    ARIZONA
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    1-13: Michael Floyd WR Notre Dame
    3-80: Brandon Brooks G/T Miami(OH)
    4-112: Terrell Manning LB N.C. State
    5-151: Kheeston Randall DE/DT Texas
    6-177: Andrew Datko OT Florida State
    6-185: Olivier Vernon DE/OLB Miami(FL)
    7-221: Keith Tandy CB/S West Virginia

    DALLAS
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    1-14: Dontari Poe NT Memphis
    2-45: Janoris Jenkins CB North Alabama
    3-81: Philip Blake C/G Baylor
    4-113: Cam Johnson DE/OLB Virginia
    4-135: Greg Childs WR Arkansas
    5-152: Taylor Thompson TE/DE Southern Methodist
    6-186: Christian Thompson S South Carolina State
    7-222: Vontaze Burflict LB Arizona State

    PHILADELPHIA
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    1-15: Luke Kuechly LB Boston College
    2-46: Brandon Thompson DT Clemson
    2-51: Brandon Boykin CB/KR Georgia
    3-88: Marvin McNutt WR Iowa
    4-114: Malik Jackson DE/DT Tennessee
    5-153: Nate Potter OT Boise State
    6-172: B.J. Coleman QB Tenn-Chattanooga
    6-194: Adam Gettis G/C Baylor
    6-200: Evan Rodriguez TE/H-B Temple

    NY JETS
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    1-16: Cordy Glenn T/G Georgia
    2-47: Ronnell Lewis LB Oklahoma
    3-77: George Iloka S Boise State
    5-154: Jeff Fuller WR Texas A&M
    6-187: Michael Smith RB Utah State
    6-202: Chris Greenwood CB Albion(MI)
    6-203: T.J. Graham WR N.C. State
    7-232: Akiem Hicks DT Regina(CD)
    7-242: George Bryan TE N.C. State
    7-244: Micah Perrelin CB Hampton
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    CINCINATTI
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    1-17: Dre Kirkpatrick CB Alabama
    1-21: Stephen Hill WR Georgia Tech
    2-53: Lamar Miller RB Miami(FL)
    3-83: Mike Martin DT Michigan
    4-116: Michael Brewster C/G Ohio State
    5-156: Duke Ihenacho S San Jose State
    5-166: Emanuel Acho LB Texas
    5-167: James Hanna TE Oklahoma
    6-191: Chris Rainey RB/WR/RS Florida

    SAN DIEGO
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    1-18: Mark Barron S Alabama
    2-49: Mike Adams OT Ohio State
    3-78: LaMichael James RB Oregon
    4-110: Trevor Guyton DE/DT California
    5-149: Nick Foles QB Arizona
    6-183: Tim Fugger DE/OLB Vanderbilt
    7-226: Coty Sensabaugh CB Clemson

    CHICAGO
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    1-19: Chandler Jones DE Syracuse
    2-50: Dwayne Allen TE Clemson
    3-79: Jeff Allen T/G Illinois
    4-111: Trent Robinson S Michigan State
    5-150: Jaye Howard DT Florida
    6-184: Bradie Ewing FB Wisconsin
    7-220: DeVier Posey WR Ohio State

    TENNESSEE
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    1-20: Kendall Wright WR Baylor
    2-52: Josh Robinson CB Central Florida
    3-82: DeMario Davis LB Arkansas State
    4-115: Brandon Hardin S Washington State
    5-155: Quentin Saulsberry C/G Mississippi State
    6-190: Jacquies Smith DE Missouri
    7-227: Donnie Fletcher CB Boston College

    DETROIT
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    1-23: Nick Perry DE Southern Cal
    2-55: Jamell Fleming CB Oklahoma
    3-85: Robert Turbin RB Utah State
    4-117: Donald Stephenson OT Oklahoma
    5-158: Aaron Henry S Wisconsin
    7-219: Eric Page WR/KR Toledo
    7-230: Tahir Whitehead LB Temple

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    1-24: Courtney Upshaw DE/OLB/ILB Alabama
    2-56: Derek Wolfe DE/DT Cincinatti
    3-86: T.Y. Hilton WR Florida International
    4-119: Brandon Washington G/T Miami(FL)
    5-159: Vick Ballard RB Missisippi State
    6-193: Brandon Lindsey DE/OLB Pittsburgh
    7-231: Drew Butler P Georgia
    7-240: Jerry Franklin LB Arkansas
    7-246: Winston Guy S Kentucky
    7-248: John Brantley QB Florida

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    1-25: Doug Martin RB Boise State
    2-57: Devon Still DT Penn State
    3-87: Kirk Cousins QB Michigan State
    4-108: Keenan Robinson LB Texas
    4-120: Devon Wylie WR/KR Fresno State
    5-137: DeQuan Menzie CB/S Alabama
    6-188: Tydreke Powell DT North Carolina

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    1-26: Coby Fleener TE Stanford
    2-58: Bruce Irvin DE/OLB West Virginia
    3-76: Marvin Jones WR California
    4-99: Zebrie Sanders OT Florida State
    4-121: Kyle Wilber LB Wake Forest
    5-161: Marcus Forston DT Miami(FL)
    6-195: Coryelle Judie CB Texas A&M
    7-233: G.J. Kinne QB Tulsa

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    1-27: Quinton Coples DE/DT North Carolina
    1-31: Lavonte David LB Nebraska
    2-48: Trumaine Johnson CB/S Montana
    2-62: Mohammed Sanu WR Rutgers
    3-93: Isaiah Pead RB Cincinatti
    4-126: Markelle Martin S Oklahoma State

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    1-28: Shea McClellin DE/OLB Boise State
    2-59: Brandon Taylor S Louisiana State
    3-90: Tyrone Crawford DE/DT Boise State
    4-123: Tom Compton 6-5 314 T/G South Dakota State
    4-132: Trevin Wade CB Arizona
    4-133: David Molk C Michigan
    5-163: Ryan Lindley QB San Diego State
    6-197: Tauren Poole RB Tennessee
    7-224: Tavon Wilson S Illinois
    7-235: Najee Goode ILB West Virginia
    7-241: Desmond Wynn G/T Rutgers
    7-243: Kourtnei Brown DE/OLB Clemson

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    1-29: Peter Konz C/G Wisconsin
    2-60: A.J. Jenkins WR Illinois
    3-91: Josh Chapman NT Alabama
    4-130: Cyrus Gray RB Texas A&M
    5-164: Justin Bethel S Presbyterian
    5-169: Ryan Miller G/T Colorado
    6-198: Eddie Pleasant S Oregon
    7-236: Markus Kuhn DT N.C. State

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    2-61: Brian Quick WR Appalachian State
    3-92: Billy Wynn DE/DT Boise State
    4-125: Joe Looney G/C Wake Forest
    5-165: Shaun Prater CB Iowa
    6-199: Jamie Blatnick DE/OLB Oklahoma State
    7-237: Garrett Celek TE Michigan State

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    1-32: Whitney Mercilus DE Illinois
    2-63: Mitchell Schwartz T/G California
    3-94: Casey Hayward CB Vanderbilt
    4-127: Ryan Broyles WR Oklahoma
    4-131: Bernard Pierce RB Temple
    6-201: Alex Hoffman-Ellis LB Washington State
    7-239: Garth Gerhart C Arizona State

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    2-55: Kendall Reyes DT Connecticut
    3-84: Brandon Mosley OT Auburn
    5-157: Omar Bolden CB/KR Arizona
    6-192: Junior Hemingway WR Michigan
    7-229: Kevin Koger TE Michigan
    7-249: Brandon Marshall LB Nevada

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    3-89: Jared Crick DE/DT Nebraska
    4-122: Josh Norman CB Coastal Carolina
    5-162: Keyshawn Martin WR Michigan State
    6-179: Rhett Ellison TE Southern Cal
    7-234: Charles Mitchell S Mississippi State

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    3-95: Sean Spence LB Miami(FL)
    4-129: James Brown T/G Troy
    5-148: Jonathan Massaqoi DE Troy
    5-168: DeAngelo Peterson TE LSU
    6-189: Tyler Nielsen LB Iowa
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    I think there is about a 0.0001% chance Cleveland takes Claiborne. They already have one high pick at CB and I don't see what adding another one really does when they have 0 RBs or WRs. If I were a Browns fan I'd be pissed if that happened.

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    Nice effort on the 7 rounder.

    I'm just not for Tannehill. I'd prefer Blackmon or DeCastro, someone that's more of an instant starter and sure thing. I'd rather sell the farm for Barkley next year.

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    Cleveland's FO(Heckert) values the CB position and they love Claiborne. There have also been rumors that who Cleveland picks will surprise people. Of course just rumors. If you're of the philosophy that RBs, even very good RBs, shouldn't be drafted that high then Claiborne is the best fit at 4. Tannehill, Blackmon, Floyd are all a notch below(at least) Claiborne as a player. In the real draft, Cleveland will probably try to trade down but if they stay at 4 then Claiborne and/or Richardson is the best pick and with as many picks as they have(and with serviceable vets like Cedric Benson and Ryan Grant still available on the FA market) I think they'd go with Claiborne. Sheldon Brown is aging and may transition to safety and Dimitri Patterson is a good nickel CB but poor outside.

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    1-19: Chandler Jones DE Syracuse
    2-50: Dwayne Allen TE Clemson
    3-79: Jeff Allen T/G Illinois
    4-111: Trent Robinson S Michigan State
    5-150: Jaye Howard DT Florida
    6-184: Bradie Ewing FB Wisconsin
    7-220: DeVier Posey WR Ohio State

    So your predicting Emery will be the anti Angelo: Nail the first round and miss on all the other picks. With the exception of Robinson, I can't see any of those guys challenging who we have. At best they will be depth, but I don't see any potential starters there, compared to who is on our roster.

    Jones is fast rising now that people realize that he was hurt last year and was disruptive beyond his stats. Maybe still a little high, but by draft day who knows?
    D. Allen would probably make the roster, but isn't better than Kellen Davis or Andre Smith (at least based on Tice's endorsement of both)
    J. Allen would probably make the roster based on lack of depth along our O line, but he's the same as Lance Louis and Carimi, and can't pull like LG Williams.
    Robinson I like a lot, but would probably start the season as depth as Lovie's system isn't easy on Safeties. Potential is there though.
    Howard "plays small" for a DT. Not real impressed with him.
    Ewing would be TC fodder as Clutts is actually embedded as the starter.
    Posey reminds me of Dez White who was fast enough to get behind coverage, but could never catch the ball.
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    Great effort, seven rounds is more than I could ever attempt. I've a question on the Seahawks draft, I can see most of your logic but I'm wondering what kept you from addressing the LBer position, one of our areas of concern? I also don't see Couples sliding that far, the Seahawks would have to take a long look at that point and I'd expect Keuchley or Couples before spending a high pick on a lineman for the third consecutive year.

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    1-12: David DeCastro OG Stanford
    2-43: Vinny Curry DE Marshall
    3-75: Brock Osweiler QB Arizona State
    4-106: Antonio Allen S South Carolina
    6-181: DaJohn Harris DT Southern Cal
    7-225: Bobby Rainey RB Western Kentucky

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    Edit: double post
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    Quote Originally Posted by PsychoViking View Post
    I think there is about a 0.0001% chance Cleveland takes Claiborne. They already have one high pick at CB and I don't see what adding another one really does when they have 0 RBs or WRs. If I were a Browns fan I'd be pissed if that happened.
    I wouldn't be thrilled but I could live with it if he's the highest player on their board. Its better than reaching for Tannehill. The team needs talent at nearly every position so I'm an advocate of taking the best player on the board, no matter the position (and that includes OT and CB).

    For me, I'd rather have Richardson at #4. Love Reiff at #22 but can't see him falling that far. At #37, if the board fell this way I'd take Janoris Jenkins. Then I'd take Osweiler or Cousins in the 3rd.

    I dont like coming out of the 3rd with no WR but...that's just sorta how things fell. Cleveland is several years away though, so accumulating talent has to be the MO.
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    Okay, Chicago: I think Dwayne Allen is a definite upgrade over Davis and Spaeth and would be an immediate starter. I think Allen would challenge for a starting job at LT, LG, or RG. Really anyone could challenge in Chicago. Your offensive line needs serious help. As far as Howard goes, he's a 3-technique one-gap tackle and with Okoye moving to Chicago you can use help behind Melton in that role. Paea seems more like a 4-3 nose. Ewing is to challenge Clutts at FB. At that point, Chicago didn't have a lot of needs at that point.

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    As far as Seattle goes, I don't really go into these mocks with a plan to draft a certain position. At each spot on the board, I review the players available and the team's needs and try to find the best match. I considered Kuechly in Round 1 but a lot of teams don't value MLB or any LBs enough to draft one, even one as good as Kuechly as high as 12. As an outsider, I'd question the pick for my Eagles considering Reid's history of disregarding the position high. The wide nine is a little different though in that because the gaps between the D-linemen are so large you need quality LBs. Conversely the importance of the guard position keeps increasing. I know Seattle has drafted offensive linemen in the 1st round the past two years but depending on your evaluation of Giacomini at RT, I still see a need. If you don't view Giacomini as a quality starter, then Carpenter could move to RT with Moffitt at RG. That leaves the LG spot open for DeCastro.

    In subsequent rounds, looking back there wasn't a great LB fit. I feel that Round 2 at 43 would be a little high for Kendricks. Bobby Wagner would be a possibility if you view him as a MLB, but I don't. Round 3 would be a possibility for LB if Seattle isn't looking to grab another LB.

    You guys have signed Barrett Ruud, who has a history with Casey Bradley, so he'll at least get a chance to compete at MLB. If not, K.J. Wright will start there. That would leave an open spot at SLB but there are still options to grab post-draft.

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    Though a bit disappointed in the lack of quality receiving help for Bradford, where do I sign up for the rest of that Rams draft?
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    Pretty awesome for the Pats. Props on the Lavonte David 'outside the box' pick. With Guyton gone we need a nickel linebacker, and regardless of size David is exactly that.
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