2010 NFL Mock Draft: Two Rounds 4/12/10

Ian MContributor IApril 12, 2010

INDIANAPOLIS, IN - MARCH 1: Defensive lineman Ndamukong Suh of Nebraska runs the 40 yard dash during the NFL Scouting Combine presented by Under Armour at Lucas Oil Stadium on March 1, 2010 in Indianapolis, Indiana. (Photo by Scott Boehm/Getty Images)
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PickTeamPlayer SelectedPlayer’s PositionPlayer’s SchoolAnalysis
One. Sam BradfordQuarterbackOklahomaSam Bradford had an excellent Pro Day, and the Rams can select him first overall with confidence.
Two. Ndamukong SuhDefensive TackleNebraskaThe Lions get the most dominating defensive player in college football.
Three. Gerald McCoyDefensive TackleOklahomaThe next Warren Sapp?
Four. Russell OkungOffensive TackleOklahoma StateDonovan McNabb gets a LT to protect his blind side.
Five. Eric BerrySafetyTennesseeBerry is a tremendous play making Safety.
Six. Bryan BulagaOffensive TackleIowaBulaga fits perfectly into the Seahawks zone blocking scheme.
Seven. Joe HadenCornerbackFloridaDespite a poor 40 time at the combine, Haden is the top rated CB in the draft.
Eight. Bruce CampbellOffensive TackleMarylandThe Raiders could use an athletic left tackle.
Nine. Trent WilliamsOffensive TackleOklahomaThe Bills' pass protection was awful last year.
10. Jimmy ClausenQuarterbackNotre DameThe Jaguars are ready to find a replacement for David Garrard.
11. (CHI) Rolando McClainLinebackerAlabamaThe best MLB lands in Denver.
12. Jason Pierre-PaulDefensive EndUSFBill Parcells loves big, athletic pass rushers.
13. Anthony DavisOffensive TackleRutgersRight Tackle appears to be the 49ers biggest need.
14. (DEN)

CJ Spiller

Running BackClemsonThe Seahawks get the best RB in the draft.
15. Dan WilliamsDefensive TackleTennesseeThe Giants let Fred Robbins go, and need to find another interior lineman.
16. Derrick MorganDefensive EndGeorgia TechThe Titans need to replace Kyle Vanden Bosch

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