2010 NFL Draft: Who Is Going Where

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2010 NFL Draft: Who Is Going Where
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Brandon Marshall.... You messed up my first mock before I could even get it published. So here's version 2.0.

1. Sam Bradford
QB, Oklahoma
St. Louis
I don't like the pick for two reasons: 1) The two shoulder injuries with the turf is asking for trouble, 2) Colt McCoy should be there after the first round is done. This pick should be an offensive tackle or one of the pair of elite defensive tackles
2. Gerald McCoy
DT, Oklahoma
Detroit
I heard that McCoy would be a nice fit in Detroit. He can generate more of a pass rush than Suh will be able to at the pro level. This will allow the secondary to be better with less time for the QB.
3. Ndamukong Suh
DT, Nebraska
Tampa Bay
The Bucs were last in run defense and Suh will be able to play the run better.
4. Russell Okung
OT, OKST
Washington
Task one: get veteran QB. Task two: protect said QB.
5. Bryan Bulaga
OT, Iowa
Kansas City
Eric Berry is a better player, but Pioli has been overheard saying this spot is too high to take a safety.  Someone might trade up for Berry here.
6. C.J. Spiller
RB, Clemson
Seattle
No question that the Seahawks ranked 26th at rushing the ball. The need is great for Spiller. A little high, but there is no way he's on the board at 14
7. Eric Berry
S, Tennessee
Cleveland
The Browns think about Jimmy Clausen here, but the need and talent match up way too well.
8. Trent Williams
OT, Oklahoma
Oakland
If I know Al Davis from his drafting, he's thinking about a second round Tackle at this spot, but the wise move would be to grab Trent Williams.
9. Jimmy Clausen
QB, Notre Dame
Buffalo
Jimmy Clausen is as tough as he talks. This is a good pick up and the face of a franchise for a few years.
10.   Derrick Morgan
  DE, Georgia Tech
  Jacksonville
If Jax goes with Tim Tebow here, send them to LA LA Land. The Jags are desperate for a pass rush.
11.   Dez Bryant
  WR, OKST
  Denver
Bye Brandon, hello Dez. The Broncos could look for a second WR later, but here is your No. 1.
12.   Earl Thomas
  S, Texas
  Miami
Now that Gibril Wison is gone, Earl Thomas becomes the center fielder in a passing division that includes Brady and Sanchez.
I am out of time to write up briefs for the rest, so here we go
13.   Joe Haden
  CB, Florida
  San Francisco
14.   Anthony Davis
  OT, Rutgers
  Seattle
15.   Rolando McClain
  ILB, Alabama
  NY Giants
16.   Jason Pierre-Paul
  DE, SFLA
  Tennessee
17.   Brandon Graham
  OLB, Michigan
  San Francisco
18.   Mike Iupati
  OG, Idaho
  Pittsburgh
19.   Sergio Kindle
  OLB, Texas
  Atlanta
20.   Dan Williams
  DT, Tennessee
  Houston
21.   Jermaine Gresham
  TE, Oklahoma
  Cincinnati
22.   Jerry Hughes
  OLB, TCU
  New England
23.   Charles Brown
  OT, USC
  Green Bay
24.   Maurkice Pouncey
  C, Florida
  Philadelphia
25.   Kareem Jackson
  CB, Alabama
  Baltimore
26.   Demaryius Thomas
  WR, Georgia Tech
  Arizona
27.   Rodger Saffold
  OT, Indiana
  Dallas
28.   Jared Odrick
  DT, Penn State
  San Diego
29.   Everson Griffen
  DE, USC
  NY Jets
30.   Kyle Wilson
  CB, Boise State
  Minnesota
31.   Taylor Mays
  S, USC
  Indianapolis
32.   Daryl Washington
  OLB, TCU
  New Orleans
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