I know this is ridiculously early, but I wanted to get one done before the regular season started.
Although stronger than 2009, the class of 2010 is still relatively weak.
Sam Bradford headlines a QB class that's sure to be full of underclassmen defecting to the NFL in lieu of the upcoming Collective Bargaining Agreement negotiations that are sure to do something about the ridiculously high rookie salaries.
2010 Mock, One Round
The order was determined by splitting up the teams ranked 1-5, 6-16, 17-27, and 28-32 and then drawing out of a hat.
The reason is that the bottom five teams are pretty well labeled, as well as the top five, but what order those teams will be in or how well the other 22 teams will do is all speculation.
I left it up to chance as opposed to hurting my head trying to predict why team X is 12 while team Y is 15.
Also, I'm not predicting any trades until after the scouting combine. Obviously, official trades will be observed.