Here's the latest update of my 2010 NFL mock draft. The draft order is based on my season record and playoff projections. There are a few players that I couldn't get photos for. I put up a player from that team instead if they had no search results. Tune in next week for another update of my mock draft, and feel free to comment and tell me what you think of my picks and whether you like your favorite team's pick.
The Rams are a wreck, and Marc Bulger should retire now before he hurts himself even more. Kyle Boller isn't the answer at QB either, and Keith Null threw 5 interceptions in is debut, and guess who his QB coach was? Yep, the biggest NFL bust ever, Ryan Leaf. The Rams are desperate for a QB.
Clausen finished his junior season at Notre Dame with 28 touchdowns, four interceptions, and a 68 percent completion rate. If Notre Dame had a decent defense and a better coach, they would have been a BCS team.
Clausen, despite his critics saying that he can't lead his team to wins, led his team to great near-comebacks, specifically against USC.
Suh had a spectacular Big 12 championship performance. He had four and a half sacks, and he exposed Colt McCoy. He now has 12 sacks on the season, and he can play in a 4-3 or 3-4 scheme, which will benefit him in the NFL. He has been compared to Kevin Williams.
Locker had a great performance against Cal, which can only improve his draft stock. He can run a 4.43, and he also has a strong and accurate arm. He is starting to creep his way up the draft board, and I think he will have an amazing Combine performance. I have no idea how the Browns beat the Steelers, but Quinn was still terrible, and the Browns need a new QB.
Berry may be the most talented 2010 NFL Draft prospect. The Lions should take Russell Okung, but their management is incompetent, and their offensive line coach has somehow praised Jeff Backus, even though he has allowed eight sacks.
The Lions should have taken Michael Oher last year. They need help on defense too, and they won't be able to resist Berry. Berry and Louis Delmas would form a powerful safety tandem.
The Bills' run defense is terrible, allowing over 190 rushing yards a game. McCoy is an elite defensive tackle, he has great intangibles, and is explosive with high stamina.
The Chiefs have no offensive line, and Matt Cassel will continue to get beaten up if the they don't take a tackle now and move Branden Albert back to guard.
Okung is a rare gem of a tackle prospect. He has amazing leadership skills and is a four-year starter. He can be expected to start on day one.
QB Jason Campbell has improved over the course of the season. Meanwhile, Chris Samuels is injured, and the Redskins need help on the offensive line. If not, Campbell could easily start struggling again.
The Seahawks need a QB since Matt Hasselbeck is injury-prone and aging. Bradford has many concerns, such as playing in a spread shotgun offense and staying healthy. The Seahawks will be hoping Bradford can return to his old form.
Al Davis loves players that can run a fast 40 time, and Campbell can run a 4.9, which is very fast for a tackle.
The Raiders need offensive line help badly, and Davis will probably not draft a QB since Bruce Gradkowski has been doing pretty well recently.
Davis still probably believes that JaMarcus Russell still has potential,although Russell is one of the biggest busts ever.
Haden is the best cornerback in the nation and leads Florida's dominant defense. The 49ers would benefit from his services as they need to improve their secondary. Nate Clements is injured too often and they need another reliable corner.
The Broncos have a hole at inside linebacker. McClain is the top inside linebacker in this year's draft and he's coming off a great performance in the SEC Championship against Florida. This is a perfect scenario for the Broncos.
The Jets need a wide receiver because Braylon Edwards has been a disappointment. He is extremely talented, but he drops way too many passes. However, there is no wide receiver with high enough value to take here, so the Jets can wait until the second round.
Warren would form a great CB tandem lining up across the field from Darrelle Revis.
The Jaguars have a terrible rush defense, and their 2008 first-round draft pick Derrick Harvey is most likely a bust. Morgan leads Georgia Tech with 12 sacks, and he would be a major upgrade over Harvey.
The 49ers need to improve their offensive line, and Adam Snyder has been terrible. Brown's draft stock keeps going up, and he will likely become a top 15 pick.
Thomas has had a phenomenal year. He has eight interceptions returned for 149 yards and two of them have been returned for scores. The Texans need help in the secondary, and Thomas is the best available in that area. He and Bernard Pollard would form a good safety duo.
Kyle Vanden Bosch is a free agent at the end of the season, and so are some other defensive ends on the Titans. Hardy would be a great fit for the Titans' rush defense.
The Falcons need an outside linebacker as an upgrade over Mike Peterson. Weatherspoon has top 15 talent and could start for the Falcons right away. The Falcons need to improve their struggling defense.
Dowling is a cornerback who can also play free safety, and the Steelers need an upgrade over Ryan Clark, who will be a free agent. Troy Polamalu could use a safety threat across from him. The Steelers would get versatility in Dowling.
The Ravens need a receiver badly since Derrick Mason will probably retire, and Mark Clayton is not reliable. These factors are definitely contributing to Flacco's passing struggles.
Bryant has a lot of talent and should keep his draft stock up despite his NCAA troubles and provide the Ravens with a good receiving weapon.
The Cowboys need a safety, and Jerry Jones loves big-name players. Mays had a bad senior season with USC, so his draft stock will fall from last year.
The Dolphins need a receiver, and while Davone Bess has had shining moments, Ted Ginn is obviously a bust. Williams plays in a pro-style offense at USC, and should do very well in the NFL with his great work ethic.
Brandon Jacobs seems to be declining, and Ahmad Bradshaw will be a free agent after the season, so the Giants will want to add RB depth.
Spiller has had an incredible season and is coming off of an amazing ACC Championship performance. He is super fast, explosive, and has been compared to Chris Johnson.
Hughes has got to be one of the most underrated players in college football. The Packers are unlikely to re-sign Aaron Kampman, and Hughes would be a great fit for their 3-4 defense. He could also replace Johnny Jolly, who is also a free agent and will likely go to jail.
The Seahawks need a running back because Julius Jones is no good and Justin Forsett can't handle the duties alone, despite his exceptional play as of late. Best is a very speedy and talented RB, and he's difficult to tackle.
Ben Watson will be a free agent, and even if he is re-signed, the Patriots will need more depth at TE. Gresham is easily the best TE in college football, and he would provide another receiving threat for the Patriots.
The Chargers need a nose tackle, and Jamal Williams had a season-ending injury. He's 34, and he has very little left in him.
Cody plays in a 3-4 defense just like the Chargers have, so he would be a great replacement for Williams.
Davis, No. 81, is a great tackle, and the Cardinals need a tackle badly. Levi Brown has been terrible, and Mike Gandy is a free agent and is unlikely to be re-signed.
The Eagles are having issues on the interior up front, and the Andrews brothers aren't what they used to be. Iupati is a rare first-round talent that Andy Reid won't be able to pass up.
Favre will re-sign with the Vikings for one more year, but the Vikings need to draft a successor. Sage Rosenfels is good as a fill-in at best.
Mallett has been doing great at Arkansas since transferring from Michigan. He has thrown for 3,425 yards, 29 TDs, and only seven interceptions.
He isn't the kind of QB to produce right away, but he produces amazing results if you give him time. He can also benefit just like Aaron Rodgers did by sitting on the bench for a little while and watching Favre play.
Barksdale has had a great year at LSU, and Charlie Johnson hasn't been doing very well for the Colts as Tony Ugoh's replacement. They will need to draft a tackle and Barksdale will be a good fit for the Colts' offensive line.
LaFell was smart to stay for his senior year at LSU because 2009 receiving class was very deep. He is a very talented receiver, and he would be a great No. 2 receiver across from Ochocinco.
The Saints are my pick to win the Super Bowl. They could use an upgrade at linebacker, and they never had the chance to take one in 2009, as they did not have any picks in the second and third rounds.