2011 NFL Mock Draft: First Two Rounds Post Senior Bowl With Highlights

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2011 NFL Mock Draft: First Two Rounds Post Senior Bowl With Highlights
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The seniors had their time in the spotlight this past week, culminating with the Senior Bowl on Saturday, January 29.

Players such as Christian Ponder, Cameron Jordan, Leonard Hankerson and Von Miller did not disappoint and helped their draft increase their draft stock.

Others such as Jake Locker may have hindered their stock, but not as much as some might expect.

Still, I’m starting to warm up to the fact that this could actually be a deep quarterback class.

How will that affect this post Senior Bowl mock draft as opposed to my previous mock draft?

While many, including myself, used to have all four of the top quarterbacks—Auburn’s Heisman winner Cam Newton, Missouri’s Blaine Gabbert, Arkansas’ Ryan Mallett and Washington’s Jake Locker—being taken in the first round, how has the Senior Bowl altered the first round? Which quarterbacks will fall out of the first round as teams gear up to improve in other areas with the position loaded with talent?

As we look back on the Senior Bowl and look ahead to the Combine, which players could your favorite teams be drafting in the first two rounds?


Also don’t forget to compare this mock to the last and post your opinions below!

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