2010 Mock NFL Draft Fans' Picks: Tampa Bay Pick No.3

Daniel KremCorrespondent IFebruary 5, 2010

KNOXVILLE, TN - OCTOBER 10: Eric Berry #14 of the Tennessee Volunteers runs with the ball after intercepting a pass during the SEC game against the Georgia Bulldogs at Neyland Stadium on October 10, 2009 in Knoxville, Tennessee. (Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images)
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Here at B/R, we are lucky enough to have a community of fans who take pride in their teams and the players they draft.

With all the mock drafts that are popping up, why not have a mock that lets the fans choose who their team should pick?

With pick No.1, St. Louis Took Jimmy Clausen, leaving Heisman runner-up Ndamukong Suh up for grabs and Detroit on the clock.

Detroit fans were overjoyed to take Suh with the second pick overall, but had it been an option, they might have tried to work out a deal with Seattle or San Francisco to get two first round picks and hope for Gerald McCoy to drop to their new first pick and use the second first round pick to help out their O-line or Secondary.

Now it's your turn. Tampa Bay picks third and the fans are on the clock!

Who's it going to be?

The Rules: Each day for the next 30 days, we’ll post a continuation of this article at 6 p.m. Eastern time where the fans can comment, discuss, and decide who their team will pick.

At 5 p.m. Eastern the following day, we’ll look at the most well thought-out comments and opinions and announce the selection you have made along with the next team who will pick at 6 p.m. A list of previous selections will be included and fans will not be allowed to vote for players who are already off the board.

Note: you do not have to use the player’s full name for your vote to count and if there is a tie at the cut-off at 5 p.m., whichever player is ranked as a higher pick on CBS Sports' overall player ranking will be the selection. For example: If the Bills have six votes for Ndamukong Suh and six votes for Gerald McCoy, then Suh, who is ranked No.1 overall, would be the selection over McCoy, who is ranked No.3