Detroit Lions Mock Draft: Post-Combine Look at All 7 Rounds

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Detroit Lions Mock Draft:  Post-Combine Look at All 7 Rounds
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With the results of the 2012 NFL Combine in the books, it’s time to take a fresh look at the Detroit Lions' draft possibilities.

The lights have been dimmed in Indianapolis, Peyton Manning has been given his walking papers and the combine has again come and gone.

The prospective players have completed their testing, pouring themselves into the required Under Armour uniform, while being prodded like cattle at the state fair and forced to dance like well-groomed pups at the Westminster Dog Show.

So how have these results changed our previous views of these potential future millionaires?

For some, not much; for others, Indy spelled disaster for those who underachieved and a winning lottery ticket for others who exceeded expectations.

For this mock, I have continued to not replicate evaluations of players. I’m certain that many of you feel similar to me as you read these mocks and have become bored with the repetitive ramblings regarding Janoris Jenkins and Wisconsin linemen.

Predicting the NFL draft is a crapshoot and gathering more information on many different players should not only enlighten, it will probably further confuse. At least that’s my feeling at times.

These seven selections are a combination of BPA and combine risers. Some will be available, some will not; but all of them would help the Detroit Lions in the future.

Below are my previous looks at potential picks, in case your favorite is not in this mock.

Preliminary Seven-Round Mock, January 17

Seven Additional Draft Targets, January 24

Seven to Watch at the Combine, February 20

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