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Mother Of All Mocks: The Results 50 NFL Mock Drafts All Rolled into One.

Luke CarltonContributor IIIFebruary 14, 2011

Mother Of All Mocks: The Results 50 NFL Mock Drafts All Rolled into One.

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    With the combine less than two weeks away and plenty of mock drafts arising, now is the time for NFL prospects to make their case and enhance their draft stock. For us fans, its a chance to glimpse at what the future of our beloved franchises might behold. With plenty of mock drafts arising, it can be hard to get a consensus pick which most people agree on. Therefore, the next 32 slides will contain every player drafted by each team to see not only which team are looking to draft, but who is the most popular pick. 1,600 draft picks in total have been recorded and presented in the following Sideshow Presentation.

    Feel free to leave feedback at the end of the presentation on who you feel your team should draft, and whether you agree with the consensus pick.

1st Pick: Carolina Panthers (2-14)

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    Consensus Pick

    Nick Fairley - Defensive Tackle - Auburn - 36 selections

    Other Picks

    Da'Quan Bowers - Defensive End - Clemson - 9 selections

    A.J Green - Wide Receiver - Georgia - 3 selections

    Patrick Peterson - Cornerback - LSU - 1 selection

    Cam Newton - Quarterback - Auburn  - 1 selection

     

    Ndamukong Suh made it clear last year that a stunt, rookie defensive tackle can have a huge impact on a defense. Even though the Panthers finished last in points scored and yards per game, there is nobody on the offensive side of the ball who is worthy of that pick or can resolve all of their problems. With a new Defensive-minded coach in Ron Rivera, who has first hand seen what a strong defense can do after experience with the Chargers and Bears, picks Fairley to build his defense around. They are starting the re-building process and Fairley can lay the foundations.

2nd Pick: Denver Broncos (4-12)

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    Consensus Pick

    Patrick Peterson - Cornerback - LSU - 24 Selections

    Other Picks

    Da'Quan Bowers - Defensive End - Clemson - 16 Selections

    Nick Fairley - Defensive Tackle - Auburn - 10 Selections

    The Broncos gave up the most points and the most yards on defense last year so any defensive selection here would be a a good pick. If Fairley didn't go at #1, I'm confident the Broncos would select him to improve the 31st ranked run defense. However, the also gave up the 25th worst passing yards, so a cornerback to replace an aging legend in Champ Bailey wouldn't go amiss. It is very conceivable that the Broncos could take Bowers with this pick, and look for a Jimmy Smith or Aaron Williams in the second round.

3rd Pick: Buffalo Bills (4-12)

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    Consensus Pick

    Marcell Dareus - Defensive End/Tackle - Alabama - 11 Selections

    Other Picks

    Von Miller - Outside Linebacker - Missouri - 9 Selections

    Patrick Peterson - Cornerback - LSU - 8 Selections

    Da'Quan Bowers - Defensive End - Clemson - 8 selections

    Blaine Gabbert - Quarterback - Missouri - 6 Selections

    Cam Newton - Quarterback - Auburn - 3 Selections

    Nick Fairley - Defensive Tackle - Auburn - 2 Selections

    A.J Green - Wide Receiver - Georgia - 2 Selections

    Cam Newton - Quarterback - Auburn - 1 Selection

    With the Bills last in run defense and giving up 15 more rushing yards per game more than the 31st ranked rushing defense, the obvious choice for them will be to draft Marcell Dareus from Alabama. Though he could play Defensive Tackle in a 4-3 Defensive, he will fit perfectly alongside Pro Bowler Kyle Williams at Defensive End in the Bills 3-4 Scheme and give a strong foundation for the Bills to build their defense upon.

4th Pick: Cincinnati Bengals (4-12)

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    Consensus Pick

    A.J Green - Wide Receiver - Georgia - 33 selections 

    Other Picks

    Da'Quan Bowers - Defensive End - Clemson - 8 Selections

    Marcell Dareus - Defensive End/Tackle - Alabama - 3 Selections

    Robert Quinn - Defensive End - North Carolina - 2 Selections

    Blaine Gabbert - Quarterback - Missouri - 2 Selections

    Nick Fairley - Defensive Tackle - Auburn - 1 Selection

    One of the most popular picks in most mock drafts. With Chad Johnson and Terrell Owens likely not to return to the team, the Bengals are left with a large hole at Wide Receiver. Depending on whether Carson Palmer is traded or not, this pick may change into being a Quarterback, most likely Blaine Gabbert. The Bengals could also go for a defensive lineman, which would help a defense which faces Peyton Hillis, Ray Rice and Rashard Mendenhall twice a year.


5th Pick: Arizona Cardinals (5-11)

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    Consensus Pick

    Von Miller - Outside Linebacker - Texas A&M  - 14 Selections

    Other Picks

    Patrick Peterson - Cornerback - LSU  - 12 Selections

    Blaine Gabbert - Quarterback - Missouri - 10 Selections

    Robert Quinn - Defensive End - North Carolina - 4 Selections

    Marcell Dareus - Defensive End/Tackle - Alabama - 3 Selections

    Da'Quan Bowers - Defensive End - Clemson - 3 Selections

    Cam Newton - Quarterback - Auburn - 1 Selection

    A.J Green - Wide Receiver - Georgia - 1 Selection

    Prince Amukamara - Cornerback - Nebraska - 1 Selection

    The Arizona Cardinals are in need of some offensive firepower to go along with Larry Fitzgerald. However, with rumours circulating of Donovan McNabb, Kevin Kolb or Kyle Orton coming to the desert, they will not need to draft a Quarterback with the 5th pick. Therefore they turn their attention to the defense, one which was scored against the 3rd most in the NFL. After taking a defensive lineman in Dan Williams in the first round last year, it would be risky to put even more large amounts of money in another lineman. Von Miller can step in from day one and start and will help the team improve it's porous defense

6th Pick: Cleveland Browns (5-11)

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    Consensus Pick

    Robert Quinn - Defensive End - North Carolina - 13 Selections

    Other Picks 

    Marcell Dareus - Defensive End/Tackle - Alabama - 12 Selections

    A.J. Green - Wide Receiver - Georgia - 11 Selections

    Julio Jones - Wide Receiver - Alabama - 5 Selections

    Da'Quan Bowers - Defensive End - Clemson - 4 Selections

    Prince Amukamara - Cornerback - Nebraska - 2 Selections

    Von Miller - Outside Linebacker - Texas A&M - 1 Selection

    Ryan Kerrigan - Defensive End - Purdue - 1 Selection

    Nick Fairley - Defensive Tackle - Auburn - 1 Selection

    Robert Quinn is the selection for the Browns here, though if Da'Quan Bowers is still available, he could easily be the 6th pick of the draft. The browns also need to find Colt McCoy a weapon on offense, so if the Bengals don't take A.J Green, the Browns are ready to pounce. Though Julio Jones is a 1st round caliber player, it is a stretch to take him at number six. There will be plenty of receivers available for the browns to the 5th pick in the second round.

7th Pick: San Francisco 49ers (6-10)

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    Consensus Pick

    Prince Amukamara - Cornerback - Nebraska - 18 Selections

    Other Picks

    Blaine Gabbert - Quarterback - Missouri - 6 Selections

    Marcell Dareus - Defensive End/Tackle - Alabama - 6 Selections

    Patrick Peterson - Cornerback - LSU - 5 Selections

    Von Miller - Outside Linebacker - Texas A&M - 4 Selections

    Cam Newton - Quarterback - Auburn - 3 Selections

    Ryan Mallet - Quarterback - Arkansas - 2 Selections

    Robert Quinn - Defensive End - North Carolina - 2 Selections

    Cameron Jordan - Defensive End - California - 2 Selections

    A.J. Green - Wide Receiver - Georgia - 1 Selection

    Jake Locker - Quarterback - Washington - 1 Selection

    After a very disappointing year for the 49ers, resulting in most 49ers fans  venting their annoyance at television screens all over the world and finally coming to terms that their team were not going to be winners this year, Jim Harbaugh's 'rebuilding' project might just be a good draft pick away from the playoffs .With Nate Clements becoming old and not living up to his huge contract, Prince Amukamara is a safe, solid pick who will contribute from the word go. With Alex Smith and Jim Harbaugh having meetings and apparently getting along, it doesn't seem like the sought of behaviour of a head coach who is looking to draft a quarterback. Though the offense needs tweeking a bit, the 49ers have the chance to take a quality corner with great potential.

8th Pick: Tennessee Titans (6-10)

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    Consensus Pick

    Blaine Gabbert - Quarterback - Missouri - 14 Selections

    Other Picks

    Cam Newton - Quarterback - Auburn - 5 Selections

    Marcell Dareus - Defensive End/Tackle - Alabama - 5 Selections

    Prince Amukamara - Cornerback - Nebraska - 5 Selections

    Robert Quinn - Defensive End - North Carolina - 4 Selections

    Ryan Mallet - Quarterback - Arkansas - 3 Selections

    Von Miller - Outside Linebacker - Texas A&M - 2 Selections

    J.J. Watt - Defensive End - Wisconsin - 2 Selections

    Ryan Kerrigan - Defensive End - Purdue - 2 Selections

    Nate Solder - Offensive Tackle - Colorado - 2 Selections

    Aldon Smith - Outside Linebacker - Missouri - 2 Selections

    Cameron Jordan - Defensive End - California - 2 Selections

    Jake Locker - Quarterback - Washington - 1 Selection

    Mike Pouncey - Offensive Guard - Florida - 1 Selection

    Blaine Gabbert is the obvious choice for the titans after news that Vince Young will either be Released or Traded and Kerry Collins being, you know, old. And don't even suggest Rusty Smith is a liable option. The Titans need a Quarterback and if Gabbert is still available, they wont hesitate to pick him. Though Cam Newton is a popular pick here, he reminds me too much of Vince Young 2.0, something the titans should stay away from.

9th Pick: Dallas Cowboys (6-10)

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    Consensus Pick

    Prince Amukamara - Cornerback - Nebraska - 12 Selections

    Other Picks

    Nate Solder - Offensive Tackle - Colorado - 9 Selections

    Cameron Jordan - Defensive End - California - 9 Selections

    Robert Quinn - Defensive End - North Carolina - 6 Selections

    Marcell Dareus - Defensive End/Tackle - Alabama - 5 Selections

    J.J. Watt - Defensive End - Wisconsin - 2 Selections

    Tyron Smith - Offensive Tackle - USC - 1 Selection

    Anthony Castonzo - Offensive Tackle - Boston College - 1 Selection

    Cameron Heyward - Defensive End - Ohio State - 1 Selection

    Mark Ingram - Running Back - Alabama - 1 Selection

    Patrick Peterson - Cornerback - LSU - 1 Selection

    Von Miller - Outside Linebacker - Texas A&M - 1 Selection

     Corey Liuget - Defensive Tackle - Illinois - 1 Selection

    If Amukamara did fall to the Cowboys, he would definitely help an ailing secondary and will be the cover cornerback which the cowboys have been waiting on for a while. However, if the 49ers take him, Jerry Jones shouldn't be too disheartened and should look to solidify the offensive or defensive line, which Nate Solder or Cameron Jordan could do respectively. Both are NFL ready and will help the cowboys win the battles in the trenches.

10th Pick: Washington Redskins (6-10)

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    Consensus Pick

    Cam Newton - Quarterback - Auburn - 16 Selections

    Other Picks

    Julio Jones - Wide Receiver - Alabama - 8 Selections

    Jake Locker - Quarterback - Washington - 8 Selections

    Blaine Gabbert - Quarterback - Missouri - 6 Selections

    Robert Quinn - Defensive End - North Carolina - 3 Selections

    Von Miller - Outside Linebacker - Texas A&M - 3 Selections

    Cameron Jordan - Defensive End - California - 3 Selections

    Cameron Heyward - Defensive End - Ohio State - 1 Selection

    Ryan Mallet - Quarterback - Arkansas - 1 Selection

    Corey Liuget - Defensive Tackle - Illinois - 1 Selection

    There is no doubt that Cam Newton was the best player in college football last year but will he be able to translate that into the NFL. With McNabb likely out the door, the redskins need a quarterback. Though the Redskins have recently drafted a quarterback from Auburn which may make them cautious, that Quarterback was not a Heisman Trophy winner. If they don't go with Newton, They need a play maker at Wide Receiver which Julio Jones could be or another development project at Quarterback for Mike Shanahan in Jake Locker.

11th Pick: Houston Texans (6-10)

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    Consensus Pick

    Aldon Smith - Outside Linebacker - Missouri - 12 Selections

    Other Picks

    Prince Amukamara - Cornerback - Nebraska - 8 Selections

    Robert Quinn - Defensive End -North Carolina - 7 Selections

    Von Miller - Outside Linebacker - Texas A&M - 5 Selections

    Ryan Kerrigan - Defensive End - Purdue - 4 Selections

    Marcell Dareus - Defensive End/Tackle - Alabama - 3 Selections

    Cameron Jordan - Defensive End - California - 3 Selections

    Akeem Ayers - Outside Linebacker - UCLA - 2 Selections

    Jimmy Smith - Cornerback - Colorado - 2 Selections

    Anthony Castonzo - Offensive Tackle - Boston College - 1 Selection

    Stephen Paea - Defensive Tackle - Oregon State - 1 Selection

    Phil Taylor - Defensive Tackle - Baylor - 1 Selection

    J.J. Watt - Defensive End - Wisconsin - 1 Selection

    The Texans defense was atrocious last year and  49 of the 50 picks in the mock drafts were defensive picks so it is clear where they need to improve. Aldon Smith can be an edge rusher in Wade Phillips' 3-4 Defense and is very good at getting to the quarterback, as he registered 11.5 sacks in his final season at Mizzou. Though it may be a reach, he fits the new scheme very well, and could have the same impact Brian Orakpo had with the Redskins.

12th Pick: Minnesota Vikings (6-10)

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    Consensus Pick

    Cam Newton - Quarterback - Auburn - 14 Selections

    Other Picks

    Jake Locker - Quarterback - Washington - 8 Selections

    Nate Solder - Offensive Tackle - Colorado - 6 Selections

    Tyron Smith - Offensive Tackle - USC - 4 Selections

    Ryan Mallet - Quarterback - Arkansas - 4 Selections

    Blaine Gabbert - Quarterback - Missouri - 3 Selections

    Ryan Kerrigan - Defensive End - Purdue - 2 Selections

    Aldon Smith - Outside Linebacker - Missouri - 2 Selections

    Cameron Jordan - Defensive End - California - 1 Selection

    Adrian Clayborn - Defensive End - Iowa - 1 Selection

    Stephen Paea - Defensive Tackle - Oregon State - 1 Selection

    Prince Amukamara - Cornerback - Nebraska - 1 Selection

    Robert Quinn - Defensive End - North Carolina - 1 Selection

    Julio Jones - Wide Receiver - Alabama  - 1 Selection

    Da'Quan Bowers - Defensive End - Clemson - 1 Selection

    Life after number 4 has begun in Minnesota and their first task is finding somebody to replace him. Though they could trade for a Quarterback, that would only be a short term solution. If Cam Newton is available at number 12, the Vikings would pick him, though another Offensive Lineman wouldn't go amiss. Don't be surprised if they go Defensive End or Defensive Tackle here as Ray Edwards is will likely leave the team and the Williams wall isn't getting any younger.

13th Pick: Detroit Lions (6-10)

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    Consensus Pick

    Akeem Ayers - Outside Linebacker - UCLA - 15 Selections

    Other Picks

    Nate Solder - Offensive Tackle - Colorado - 10 Selections

    Brandon Harris - Cornerback - Miami(FL) - 5 Selections

    Tyron Smith - Offensive Tackle - USC - 4 Selections

    Prince Amukamara - Cornerback - Nebraska - 3 Selections

    Von Miller - Outside Linebacker - Texas A&M - 2 Selections

    Aldon Smith - Outside Linebacker - Missouri - 2 Selections

    Adrian Clayborn - Defensive End - Iowa - 2 Selections

    Anthony Castonzo - Offensive Tackle - Boston College - 2 Selections

    Robert Quinn - Defensive End - North Carolina - 1 Selection

    Julio Jones - Wide Receiver - Alabama - 1 Selection

    Mark Ingram - Running Back - Alabama - 1 Selection

    Jimmy Smith - Cornerback - Colorado - 1 Selection

    J.J. Watt - Defensive End - Wisconsin - 1 Selection

    The Detroit Lions have been gradually building their way up to being a playoff contender and are primed to make a run for the playoff this year. They have holes at Cornerback, Linebacker and Offensive Tackle. Ayers has has all the tools to make it in the NFL, including leadership which he showed on a young UCLA Defense. He is big and fast and can line up at Defensive End or Linebacker, making him a nightmare for Offensive Coordinators.

14th Pick: St. Louis Rams (7-9)

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    Consensus Pick

    Julio Jones - Wide Receiver - Alabama - 33 Selections

    Other Picks

    Cameron Jordan - Defensive End - California - 3 Selections

    Akeem Ayers - Outside Linebacker - Outside Linebacker - 3 Selections

    Aldon Smith - Outside Linebacker - Missouri - 2 Selections

    Ryan Kerrigan - Defensive End - Purdue - 2 Selections

    Von Miller - Outside Linebacker - Texas A&M - 1 Selection

    Jonathan Baldwin - Wide Receiver - Pittsburgh - 1 Selection

    Leonard Hankerson - Wide Receiver - Miami(FL) - 1 Selection

    Jimmy Smith - Cornerback - Colorado - 1 Selection

    Stephen Paea - Defensive Tackle -  Oregon State - 1 Selection

    Adrian Clayborn - Defensive End - Iowa - 1 Selection

    J.J. Watt - Defensive End - Wisconsin - 1 Selection

    This Pick is very straight forward. The Rams need a Receiver. Julio Jones is a Receiver. Any Questions? This pick could start a great NFL QB-WR duo for years to come, as both of them are very young and very talented. However, if Julio Jones is selected before the 14th pick, No other wide receiver is really worth of the 14th pick, so they turn their attention to finding someone to play opposite of Chris Long at Defensive End.

15th Pick: Miami Dolphins (7-9)

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    Consensus Pick

    Mark Ingram - Running Back - Alabama - 29 Selections

    Other Picks

    Cam Newton - Quarterback - Auburn - 5 Selections

    Mike Pouncey - Offensive Guard - Florida - 4 Selections

    Ryan Mallet - Quarterback - Arkansas - 3 Selections

    Jake Locker - Quarterback - Washington - 2 Selections

    Colin Kaepernick - Quarterback - Nevada - 1 Selection

    Adrian Clayborn - Defensive End - Iowa - 1 Selection

    Aldon Smith - Outside Linebacker - Missouri - 1 Selection

    Akeem Ayers - Outside Linebacker - UCLA - 1 Selection

    Robert Quinn - Defensive End - North Carolina - 1 Selection

    Mikel LeShoure - Running Back - Illinois - 1 Selection

    Tyron Smith - Offensive Tackle - USC - 1 Selection

    With Ronnie Brown and Ricky Williams leaving at the end of the season, the Dolphins have a huge hole at Running Back. The former Heisman Trophy winner from Alabama is a great between the tackles runner and will fight for every yard. Though many suggest that the Dolphins should draft a Quarterback, there is more need for a Running Back than Quarterback.


     

16th Pick: Jacksonville Jaguars (8-8)

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    Consensus Pick

    Ryan Kerrigan - Defensive End - Purdue - 19 Selections

    Other Picks

    Robert Quinn - Defensive End - North Carolina - 5 Selections

    Adrian Clayborn - Defensive End - Iowa - 4 Selections

    J.J. Watt - Defensive End - Wisconsin - 3 Selections

    Von Miller - Outside Linebacker - Texas A&M - 2 Selections

    Cam Newton - Quarterback - Auburn - 2 Selections

    Cameron Jordan - Defensive End - California - 2 Selections

    Jimmy Smith - Cornerback - Colorado - 2 Selections

    Aldon Smith - Defensive End -Missouri - 2 Selections

    Stephen Paea - Defensive Tackle - Oregon State - 1 Selection

    Justin Houston - Outside Linebacker - Georgia - 1 Selection

    Cameron Heyward - Defensive End - Ohio State - 1 Selection

    Bruce Carter - Outside Linebacker - North Carolina - 1 Selection

    Stefen Wisniewski - Offensive Guard - Penn State - 1 Selection

    Jake Locker - Quarterback - Washington - 1 Selection

    Akeem Ayers - Outside Linebacker - UCLA - 1 Selection

    Torrey Smith - Wide Receiver - Maryland - 1 Selection

    Jacksonville need to upgrade their pass rush if they ever want to knock the Colts off the top of the AFC South. Therefore, Kerrigan is the man for the job. He has a great motor and put up great numbers at Purdue. His speed isn't the best in the draft but he has huge potential and could be a pro-bowlers for many years to come.

17th Pick: New England Patriots (From The Oakland Raiders) (8-8)

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    Consensus Pick

    Cameron Jordan - Defensive End - California - 10 Selections

     

    Selections

    Aldon Smith - Outside Linebacker - 5 Selections

    Adrian Clayborn - Defensive End - Iowa - 4 Selections

    Von Miller - Outside Linebacker - Texas A&M - 4 Selections

    Akeem Ayers - Outside Linebacker - UCLA - 3 Selections

    Mark Ingram - Running Back - Alabama - 3 Selections

    Tyron Smith - Offensive Tackle - USC - 3 Selections

    Ryan Kerrigan - Defensive End - Purdue - 2 Selections

    Anthony Castonzo - Offensive Tackle - Boston College - 2 Selections

    Cameron Heyward - Defensive Tackle - Ohio State - 2 Selections

    Nate Solder - Offensive Tackle - Colorado - 2 Selections

    Marcell Dareus - Defensive End/Tackle - Alabama - 1 Selection

    Corey Liuget - Defensive Tackle - Illinois - 1 Selection

    Mike Pouncey - Offensive Guard - Florida - 1 Selection

    Gabe Carimi - Offensive Tackle - Wisconsin - 1 Selection

    Derek Sherrod - Offensive Tackle - 1 Selection

    The Patriots Defense performed better than most people expected with Jerod Mayo becoming a Beast and Tackling Machine. The one part of the defense which struggles was the Outside Linebacker pass rush. With Cameron Jordan, they have a player who can rush the passer consistently and effectively. However if he isn't available, J.J Watt can bring the same kind of pressure coming off the edge of the 3-4 defense.

18th Pick: San Diego Chargers (9-7)

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    Consensus Pick

    Akeem Ayers - Outside Linebacker - UCLA - 8 Selections

    Other Picks

    Cameron Jordan - Defensive End - California - 7 Selections

    Aldon Smith - Outside Linebacker - Missouri - 5 Selections

    J.J. Watt - Defensive End - Wisconsin - 4 Selections

    Cameron Heyward - Defensive End - Ohio State - 3 Selections

    Tyron Smith - Offensive Tackle - USC - 3 Selections

    Rahim Moore - Safety - UCLA - 3 Selections

    Von Miller - Outside Linebacker - Texas A&M - 2 Selections

    Gabe Carimi - Offensive Tackle - Wisconsin - 2 Selections

    Nate Solder - Offensive Tackle - Colorado - 2 Selections

    Muhammad Wilkerson - Defensive Tackle - Temple - 2 Selections

    Phil Taylor - Defensive Tackle - Baylor - 1 Selection

    Justin Houston - Outside Linebacker - Georgia - 1 Selection

    Anthony Castonzo - Offensive Tackle - Boston College - 1 Selection

    Torrey Smith - Wide Receiver - Maryland - 1 Selection

    Stephen Paea - Defensive Tackle - Oregon State - 1 Selection

    Jabaal Sheard - Defensive End - Pittsburgh - 1 Selection

    Julio Jones - Wide Receiver - Alabama - 1 Selection

    Ryan Kerrigan - Defensive End - Purdue - 1 Selection

    Brandon Harris - Cornerback - Miami(FL) - 1 Selection

    Jonathan Baldwin - Wide Receiver - Pittsburgh - 1 Selection

    Though the Chargers Defense was one of the best in the league last year, they have lost their Coordinator in Ron Riviera who is now Head Coach of the Carolina Panthers. Other than Shaun Phillips, the Chargers haven't got much to offer at Outside Linebacker. However, if Ayers, Jordan and Smith are taken, J.J. Watt would fill in nicely at Defensive End in the Chargers 3-4 system as the chargers will be losing two Defensive Ends to free agency

19th Pick: New York Giants (10-6)

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    Consensus Pick

    Tyron Smith - Offensive Tackle - USC - 13 Selections

    Other Picks

    Gabe Carimi - Offensive Tackle - Wisconsin - 9 Selections

    Derek Sherrod - Offensive Tackle - Mississippi State - 5 Selections

    Mark Ingram - Running Back - Alabama - 5 Selections

    Nate Solder - Offensive Tackle - Colorado - 4 Selections

    Anthony Castonzo - Offensive Tackle - Boston College - 3 Selections

    Justin Houston - Outside Linebacker - Georgia - 2 Selections

    J.J. Watt - Defensive End - Wisconsin - 1 Selection

    Akeem Ayers - Outside Linebacker - UCLA - 1 Selection

    James Carpenter - Offensive Tackle - Alabama - 1 Selection

    Marvin Austin - Defensive Tackle - North Carolina - 1 Selection

    Allen Bailey - Defensive End - Miami(FL) - 1 Selection

    Brandon Harris - Cornerback - Miami(FL) - 1 Selection

    Mike Pouncey - Offensive Guard - Florida - 1 Selection

    Ryan Kerrigan - Defensive End - Purdue - 1 Selection

    Jimmy Smith - Cornerback - Colorado - 1 Selection

    With an aging Offensive Line, it's clear that the Giants need fresh, young blood. Though Tyron Smith is the consensus pick, this could all change after the combine. All of the offensive linemen listed can all step in and help the Giants, but Tyron is probably the quickest of them all. And even though he is lighter than the rest of them, his athleticism will separate him from the rest

20th Pick: Tampa Bay Buccaneers (10-6)

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    Consensus Pick

    Adrian Clayborn - Defensive End - Iowa  - 23 Selections

    Other Picks

    Robert Quinn - Defensive End - North Carolina - 5 Selections

    Ryan Kerrigan - Defensive End - Purdue - 5 Selections

    Aldon Smith - Outside Linebacker - Missouri - 4 Selections

    J.J. Watt - Defensive End - Wisconsin - 3 Selections

    Brandon Harris - Cornerback - Miami(FL) - 3 Selections

    Justin Houston - Outside Linebacker - Georgia - 1 Selection

    Allen Bailey -Defensive End - Miami(FL) - 1 Selection

    Cameron Heyward - Defensive End - Ohio State - 1 Selection

    Akeem Ayers - Outside Linebacker - UCLA - 1 Selection

    Phil Taylor - Defensive Tackle - Baylor - 1 Selection

    Mark Ingram - Running Back - Alabama - 1 Selection

    Martez Wilson - Outside Linebacker - Illinois - 1 Selection

    The Tampa Bay Buccaneers were one of last year's surprise team and narrowly missed out on the playoffs. Though they were an injury ridden team, It was clear they were in need of a Defensive End who could cause havoc in the passing game. Though Clayborn didn't have a monster Senior season, He was game planned against more often to reduce his impact on the game. He could form a very nice partnership with the Brian Price and Gerald McCoy which would be a force for a long time in the NFC South

21st Pick: Kansas City Chiefs (10-6)

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    Consensus Pick

    Justin Houston - Outside Linebacker - Georgia - 12 Selections

     
    Other Picks

    Akeem Ayers - Outside Linebacker - UCLA - 6 Selections

    Phil Taylor - Defensive Tackle - Baylor - 5 Selections

    Anthony Castonzo - Offensive Tackle - Boston College - 3 Selections

    Ryan Kerrigan - Defensive End - Purdue - 3 Selections

    Jonathan Baldwin - Wide Receiver - Georgia - 3 Selections

    Aldon Smith - Outside Linebacker - Missouri - 2 Selections

    Corey Liuget - Defensive Tackle - Illinois - 2 Selections

    Aaron Williams - Cornerback - Texas - 1 Selection

    Torrey Smith - Wide Receiver - Maryland - 1 Selection

    Nate Solder - Offensive Tackle - Colorado - 1 Selection

    Gabe Carimi - Offensive Tackle - Wisconsin - 1 Selection

    Julio Jones - Wide Receiver - Alabama - 1 Selection

    Von Miller - Outside Linebacker - Texas A&M - 1 Selection

    Derek Sherrod - Offensive Tackle - Mississippi State - 1 Selection

    D.J. Williams - Tight End - Arkansas - 1 Selection

    Muhammad Wilkerson - Defensive Tackle - 1 Selection

    Blaine Gabbert - Quarterback - Missouri - 1 Selection

    Mike Pouncey - Offensive Guard - Florida - 1 Selection

    Stefen Wisniewski - Offensive Guard - Penn State - 1 Selection

    Adrian Clayborn - Defensive End - Iowa - 1 Selection

    Stephen Paea - Defensive Tackle - Oregon State - 1 Selection


    The Chiefs are coming off an AFC winning season yet seemed to crumble when entering the playoffs. They have a relatively young team with last years rookie Eric Berry turning into a very good player. However, they lack another edge rusher opposite from Tamba Hali. Justin Houston can be just the man for the job. In his final season at Georgia, Houston racked up 18.5 tackles and 10 sacks. If he can replicate those kind of numbers in Kansas City, The Chiefs should be playoff bound once again.

22nd Pick: Indianapolis Colts (10-6)

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    Consensus Pick

    Anthony Castonzo - Offensive Tackle - Boston College - 13 Selections

    Other Picks

    Derek Sherrod - Offensive Tackle - Mississippi State - 10 Selections

    Gabe Carimi - Offensive Tackle - Wisconsin - 6 Selections

    Tyron Smith - Offensive Tackle - USC - 6 Selections

    Nate Solder - Offensive Tackle - Colorado - 4 Selections

    Mike Pouncey - Offensive Guard - Florida - 3 Selections

    Corey Liuget - Defensive Tackle - Illinois - 3 Selections

    Stephen Paea - Defensive Tackle - Oregon State - 1 Selection

    Drake Nevis - Defensive Tackle - LSU - 1 Selection

    Aldon Smith - Outside Linebacker - Missouri - 1 Selection

    DeMarco Murray - Running Back - Oklahoma - 1 Selection

    Brandon Harris - Cornerback - Miami(FL) - 1 Selection

    From the looks of things, the Indianapolis Colts are going to take whichever Offensive Lineman falls to them. And rightly so. The Colts need to keep Peyton Manning upright if they want to get back to the Superbowl. Castonzo is 6-7 and  308lbs but could easily fill out his frame more. Also, Castonzo can help pave the way for a colts running game which struggled last year.

23rd Pick: Philadelphia Eagles (10-6)

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    Consensus Pick

    Gabe Carimi - Offensive Tackle - Wisconsin - 13 Selections

    Other Picks

    Mike Pouncey - Offensive Guard - Florida - 6 Selections

    Derek Sherrod - Offensive Tackle - Mississippi State - 6 Selections

    Aaron Williams - Cornerback - Texas - 5 Selections

    Brandon Harris - Cornerback - Miami(FL) - 4 Selections

    Benjamin Ljalana - Offensive Tackle - Villanova - 2 Selections

    Tyron Smith - Offensive Tackle- USC - 2 Selections

    Rahim Moore - Safety - UCLA - 2 Selections

    Jimmy Smith - Cornerback - Colorado - 1 Selection

    Corey Liuget - Defensive Tackle - Illinois - 1 Selection

    Anthony Castonzo - Offensive Tackle - Boston College - 1 Selection

    Rodney Hudson - Offensive Guard - Florida State - 1 Selection

    Christian Ballard - Defensive End - Iowa - 1 Selection

    Davon House - Cornerback - New Mexico State - 1 Selection

    J.J. Watt - Defensive End - Wisconsin - 1 Selection

    Nate Solder -Offensive Tackle - Colorado - 1 Selection

    Yet again, another case of taking whichever Offensive Lineman falls to them. In this case, the Eagles manage to grab a big tackle to play opposite of Jason Peters. Though he may not be NFL ready, he is an excellent run blocker, so you can expect him to play Left Tackle and guard Mike Vick's open side. He may need a bit of work on his pass protection, as he has come from a run heavy offense in Wisconsin.

24th Pick: New Orleans Saints (11-5)

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    Consensus Pick

    Stephen Paea - Defensive Tackle - Oregon State - 8 Selections

    Corey Liuget - Defensive Tackle - Illinois - 8 Selections

    Other Picks

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    Adrian Clayborn - Defensive Clayborn - Iowa - 5 Selections

    J.J Watt - Defensive End - Wisconsin - 4 Selections

    Muhammad Wilkerson - Defensive Tackle -  2 Selections

    Rahim Moor - Safety - UCLA - 2 Selections

    Daniel Thomas - Running Back - Kansas State - 2 Selections

    Mikel LeShoure - Running Back - Illinois - 1 Selection

    Drake Nevis - Defensive Tackle -  LSU - 1 Selection

    Mark Ingram - Running Back - Alabama - 1 Selection

    Bruce Carter - Outside Linebacker - North Carolina - 1 Selection

    Allen Bailey - Defensive End - Miami(FL) - 1 Selection

    Ryan Kerrigan - Defensive End - Purdue - 1 Selection

    Anthony Castonzo - Offensive Tackle -  1 Selection

    Tied for joint most selections, Corey Liuget and Stephen Paea are both good picks for the Saints. Corey Liuget is projected as a late 1st - early 2nd round pick by most draft experts while Stephen Paea is projected as a late first round pick. Both Player's weaknesses are the other player's strength. Liuget is less technical than Paea but Liuget is bigger than Paea with bigger arms. Both will be a good fit for the Saints, though most draft experts have Paea ahead of Liuget on their draft boards.

25th Pick: Seattle Seahawks (7-9)

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    Consensus Pick

    Jake Locker - Quarterback - Washington - 12 Selections

    Other Picks

    Ryan Mallet - Quarterback - Arkansas - 11 Selections

    Brandon Harris - Cornerback - Miami(FL) - 4 Selections

    Adrian Clayborn - Defensive End - Iowa - 3 Selections

    Mike Pouncey - Offensive Guard - Florida - 2 Selections

    Corey Liuget - Defensive Tackle - Illinois - 2 Selections

    Mikel LeShoure - Running Back - Illinois - 2 Selections

    Akeem Ayers - Outside Linebacker - UCLA - 2 Selections

    Jimmy Smith - Cornerback - Colorado - 2 Selections

    Ryan Kerrigan - Defensive End - Purdue - 2 Selections

    Drake Nevis  - Defensive Tackle - LSU - 1 Selection

    Cameron Heyward - Defensive End - Ohio State - 1 Selection

    Mark Ingram - Running Back - Alabama - 1 Selection

    Colin Kaepernick - Quarterback - Nevada - 1 Selection

    Aaron Williams - Cornerback - Texas - 1 Selection

    J.J. Watt - Defensive End - Wisconsin - 1 Selection

    Quinton Carter - Safety - Oklahoma - 1 Selection

    Randall Cobb - Wide Receiver - Kentucky - 1 Selection

    Gabe Carimi - Offensive Tackle - Wisconsin - 1 Selection

    With Matt Hasselbeck's years as a NFL Quarterback come to an end, the Seahawks are in the position to take a local Quarterback in Jake Locker. Though many disagree on whether they should select Mallet or Locker, you have to go for the player with the most upside, and that player is Locker. This is a player who could have rivaled Sam Bradford for the 1st overall pick last year. Though he was disappointing last year for Washington, Pete Carroll knows what Locker can do. Give Locker a year of learning under Hasselbeck and he should be a great NFL Quarterback

26th Pick: Baltimore Ravens (12-4)

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    Consensus Pick

    Brandon Harris - Cornerback - Miami(FL) - 16 Selections

    Other Picks

    Jimmy Smith - Cornerback - Colorado - 7 Selections

    Torrey Smith - Wide Receiver - Maryland - 4 Selections

    J.J. Watt - Defensive End - Wisconsin - 4 Selections

    Mike Pouncey - Offensive Guard - Florida - 2 Selections

    Cameron Heyward - Defensive End - Ohio State - 2 Selections

    Aaron Williams - Cornerback - Texas - 2 Selection

    Jonathan Baldwin - Wide Receiver - Pittsburgh - 2 Selections

    Anthony Castonzo - Offensive Tackle - Boston College - 1 Selection

    Rahim Moore - Safety - UCLA - 1 Selection

    Cameron Jordan - Defensive End - California - 1 Selection

    Allen Bailey - Defensive End - Miami(FL) - 1 Selection

    Titus Young - Wide Receiver - Boise State - 1 Selection

    Orlando Franklin - Offensive Guard - Miami(FL) - 1 Selection

    Randall Cobb - Wide Receiver - Kentucky - 1 Selection

    Muhammad Wilkerson - Defensive Tackle - Temple - 1 Selection

    Justin Houston - Outside Linebacker - Georgia - 1 Selection

    Corey Liuget - Defensive Tackle - Illinois - 1 Selection

    Gabe Carimi - Offensive Tackle - Wisconsin - 1 Selection

    The Baltimore Ravens had concerns about their Cornerback situation at the start of the season and though Lardarius Webb played well at one Cornerback position, the defense was still exposed in the passing game. Having Ed Reed for a full season will definitely help rejuvenate the defense, and having two lock down Cornerbacks will give the Baltimore Defense more bite. If Harris is still their at number 26, expect the Ravens to snatch him. However if he is gone, Jimmy Smith is a more than respectable alternative

27th Pick: Atlanta Falcons (13-3)

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    Consensus Pick

    Kyle Rudolph - Tight End - Notre Dame - 6 Selections

    Justin Houston - Outside Linebacker - Georgia - 6 Selections

    Other Picks

    Torrey Smith - Wide Receiver - Maryland - 4 Selections

    Allen Bailey - Defensive End - Miami(FL) - 3 Selections

    Titus Young - Wide Receiver - Boise State - 3 Selections

    J.J. Watt - Defensive End - Wisconsin - 3 Selections

    Tyron Smith - Offensive Tackle - USC - 3 Selections

    Jonathan Baldwin - Wide Receiver - Pittsburgh - 3 Selections

    Nate Solder - Offensive Tackle - Colorado - 2 Selections

    Anthony Castonzo - Offensive Tackle - 2 Selections

    Jimmy Smith - Cornerback - Colorado - 1 Selection

    Marvin Austin - Defensive Tackle - North Carolina - 1 Selection

    Gabe Carimi - Offensive Tackle - Wisconsin - 1 Selection

    Jurrell Casey - Defensive Tackle - USC - 1 Selection

    Aaron Williams - Cornerback - Texas - 1 Selection

    Ryan Kerrigan - Defensive End - Purdue - 1 Selection

    Corey Liuget - Defensive Tackle - Illinois - 1 Selection

    Greg Jones - Inside Linebacker - Michigan State - 1 Selection

    Aldon Smith - Outside Linebacker - Missouri - 1 Selection

    Mike Pouncey - Offensive Guard - Florida - 1 Selection

    Adrian Clayborn - Defensive End - Iowa - 1 Selection

    Akeem Ayers - Outside Linebacker - UCLA - 1 Selection

    Cameron Heyward - Defensive End - Ohio State - 1 Selection

    Derek Sherrod - Offensive Tackle - Mississippi State - 1 Selection

    Muhammad Wilkerson - Defensive Tackle - Temple - 1 Selection

    Nobody really knows what the Falcons need going into the draft with 25 different players selected. However, they can build for the future. Tony Gonzalez is still a great Tight End, but he is getting old. Kyle Rudolph will be able to develop under, arguably, the best Tight End in NFL history if the Falcons Select him. Another proposal is that they draft Justin Houston, who would be a good steal for the Falcons. However, they did draft Sean Weatherspoon last year, and it would be unlikely to draft two players who play the same position two years in a row. Another proposal would be to draft a Wide Receiver to play opposite from Roddy White. White had one of the best years for a Wide Receiver last year, so it shouldn't surprise the Falcons if he is double-covered more often. Therefore, another dangerous receiver on the opposite flank would be a nice option.

28th Pick: New England Patriots (14-2)

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    Consensus Pick

    Mikel LeShoure - Running Back - Illinois - 11 Selections

    Other Picks

    Cameron Heyward - Defensive End - Ohio State - 8 Selections

    Mark Ingram - Running Back - Alabama - 5 Selections

    Justin Houston - Outside Linebacker - Georgia - 4 Selections

    Aldon Smith - Outside Linebacker - Missouri - 2 Selections

    Mike Pouncey - Offensive Guard - Florida - 2 Selections

    Stefen Wisniewski - Offensive Guard - 2 Selections

    Allen Bailey - Defensive End - Miami(FL) - 2 Selections

    Jimmy Smith - Cornerback - Colorado - 2 Selections

    Benjamin Ljalana - Offensive Tackle - Villanova - 1 Selection

    Anthony Castonzo - Offensive Guard - Boston College - 1 Selection

    Dontay Moch - Outside Linebacker - Nevada - 1 Selection

    Muhammad Wilkerson - Defensive Tackle - 1 Selection

    Jake Locker - Quarterback - Washington - 1 Selection

    Ryan Kerrigan - Defensive End - Purdue - 1 Selection

    Dan Watkins - Offensive Guard - Baylor - 1 Selection

    Gabe Carimi - Offensive Tackle - Wisconsin - 1 Selection

    J.J. Watt - Defensive End - Wisconsin - 1 Selection

    Jonathan Baldwin - Wide Receiver - Pittsburgh - 1 Selection

    Leonard Hankerson - Wide Receiver - Miami(FL) - 1 Selection

    Brandon Harris - Cornerback - Miami (FL) - 1 Selection

    The Patriots were the best team in the regular season last year, so they don't really have many holes to fill. One of those holes could be the Running Back position. With The Law Firm having a strong year last year and Danny Woodhead having a nice season in specialist packages, you wouldn't think that there would be a need to draft a Running Back. However, It is still debatable as to whether Green-Ellis can be a full time back. We know Woodhead a novelty back who is played all over the place, so if Green-Ellis were to get injured, would he be able to handle the load?

29th Pick: Chicago Bears (11-5)

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    Consensus Pick

    Anthony Castonzo - Offensive Tackle - Boston College - 9 Selections

    Other Picks

    Gabe Carimi - Offensive Tackle - Wisconsin - 8 Selcetions

    Mike Pouncey - Offensive Guard - Florida - 6 Selections

    Jonathan Baldwin - Wide Receiver - Pittsburgh - 6 Selections

    Derek Sherrod - Offensive Tackle - Mississippi State - 5 Selections

    Corey Liuget - Defensive Tackle - Illinois - 4 Selections

    Benjamin Ljalana - Offensive Tackle - Villanova -  2 Selections

    Leonard Hankerson - Wide Receiver - Miami(FL) - 2 Selections

    Aaron Williams - Cornerback - Texas - 1 Selection

    Nate Solder - Offensive Tackle - Colorado - 1 Selection

    Stefen Wisniewski - Offensive Guard - Penn State - 1 Selection

    Stephen Paea - Defensive Tackle - Oregon State - 1 Selection

    Torrey Smith - Wide Receiver - Maryland - 1 Selection

    Tyron Smith - Offensive Tackle - USC - 1 Selection

    Drake Nevis - Defensive Tackle - LSU -1 Selection

    Rodney Hudson - Offensive Guard - Florida State - 1 Selection

    The Bears are the bottom feeders of this first round as they will take whatever Offensive Lineman they have highest on their board Though Mike Tice solidified an extremely porous offensive line, J'Marcus Webb really isn't up to the NFL caliber.Though Roberto Garza and Olin Kruetz are getting old, they can still do a job, which will will be good enough for the Bears. Whichever Tackle the Bears pick will go right in at Left Tackle and Frank Omiyale will move over to the right side.

30th Pick: New York Jets (11-5)

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    Consensus Pick

    Phil Taylor - Defensive Tackle - Baylor  - 8 Selections

    Other Picks

    Cameron Heyward - Defensive End - Ohio State - 7 Selections

    Justin Houston - Outside Linebacker - Georgia - 5 Selections

    Stephen Paea - Defensive Tackle - Oregon State -  4 Selections

    Jonathan Baldwin - Wide Receiver - Pittsburgh - 3 Selections

    Torrey Smith - Wide Receiver - Maryland - 3 Selections

    Akeem Ayers - Outside Linebacker- UCLA - 2 Selections

    Leonard Hankerson - Wide Receiver - Miami(FL) - 2 Selections

    J.J Watt - Defensive End - Wisconsin - 2 Selections

    Rahim Moore - Safety - UCLA - 2 Selections

    Cameron Jordan - Defensive End - California - 1 Selection

    Corey Liuget - Defensive Tackle - Illinois - 1 Selection

    Allen Bailey - Defensive End - Miami(FL) - 1 Selection

    Adrian Clayborn - Defensive End - Iowa - 1 Selection

    Drake Nevis - Defensive Tackle - LSU -1 Selection

    Christian Ballard - Defensive End - Iowa - 1 Selection

    Mark Herzlich - Outside Linebacker - Boston College - 1 Selection

    Derek Sherrod - Offensive Tackle - Mississippi State - 1 Selection

    Muhammad Wilkerson - Defensive Tackle - Temple - 1 Selection

    The Jets have lost Kris Jenkins to two ACL season ending injuries in two years and Shaun Ellis and Trevor Pryce are set to hit free agency. Because of this, the decision to pick Phil Taylor(not to be confused with the Darts play, despite the same figure) becomes an easy one for Rex Ryan and Mike Tannenbaum. Taylor is big, strong and will be able to play Nose Tackle or Defensive End in the Jets' 3-4

31st Pick: Pittsburgh Steelers (12-4)

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    Consensus Pick

    Mike Pouncey - Offensive Guard - Florida - 13 Selections

    Other Picks

    Jimmy Smith - Cornerback - Colorado - 6 Selections

    Derek Sherrod - Offensive Tackle - Mississippi State - 5 Selections

    Aaron Williams - Cornerback - Texas - 5 Selections

    Anthony Castonzo - Offensive Tackle - Boston College - 4 Selections

    Tyron Smith - Offensive Tackle - USC - 2 Selections

    Danny Watkins - Offensive Guard - Baylor - 1 Selection

    J.J. Watt - Defensive End - Wisconsin - 1 Selection

    DeMarcus Love - Offensive Tackle - Alabama - 1 Selection

    Stefen Wisniewski - Offensive Guard - Penn State - 1 Selection

    Stephen Paea - Defensive Tackle - Oregon State - 1 Selection

    Allen Bailey - Defensive End - Miami(FL) - 1 Selection

    Cameron Heyward - Defensive End - Ohio State - 1 Selection

    Gabe Carimi - Offensive Tackle - Wisconsin - 1 Selection

    Brandon Harris - Cornerback - Miami(FL) - 1 Selection

    Jeremy Beal - Outside Linebacker - Oklahoma - 1 Selection

    Benjamin Ljalana - Offensive Tackle - 1 Selection

    Kyle Rudolph - Tight End - Notre Dame - 1 Selection

    Christian Pollard - Defensive End - Iowa - 1 Selection

    Phil Taylor - Defensive Tackle - Baylor - 1 Selection

    Nate Solder - Offensive Tackle - Colorado - 1 Selection

    Wouldn't it be just fitting if the Pouncey Brothers were re-united in Pittsburgh? As fairytale as it sounds, it might be about to become a reality. The Steelers are in need of solidifying their Offensive Line and Mike Pouncey is a quality, versatile player. Though they also need help at Cornerback with Williams and Smith, the Steelers will end up regretting if thy passed on Mike Pouncey.

32nd Pick: Green Bay Packers (10-6)

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    Consensus Pick

    Mikel LeShoure - Running Back - Illinois - 8 Selections

    Other Picks

    Muhammad Wilkerson - Defensive Tackle - Temple - 5 Selections

    Gabe Carimi - Offensive Tackle - Wisconsin - 3 Selections

    Mark Ingram - Running Back - Alabama - 3 Selections

    Christian Ballard - Defensive End - Iowa - 3 Selections

    Ryan Williams - Running Back - Virginia Tech - 3 Selections

    Cameron Heyward - Defensive End - Ohio State - 3 Selections

    Danny Watkins - Offensive Guard - Baylor - 2 Selections

    Allen Bailey - Defensive End - Miami(FL) - 2 Selections

    Brandon Harris - Cornerback - Miami(FL) - 2 Selections

    Marcus Cannon - Offensive Tackle - TCU - 2 Selections

    Jimmy Smith - Cornerback - Colorado - 2 Selections

    Derek Sherrod - Offensive Tackle - Mississippi State - 1 Selection

    J.J. Watt - Defensive End - Wisconsin - 1 Selection

    Cameron Jordan - Defensive End - California - 1 Selection

    Corey Liuget - Defensive Tackle - Illinois - 1 Selection

    Nate Solder - Offensive Tackle - Colorado - 1 Selection

    Mike Pouncey - Offensive Guard - Florida - 1 Selection

    Aldon Smith - Outside Linebacker - Missouri - 1 Selection

    Justin Houston - Outside Linebacker - Georgia - 1 Selection

    Rahim Moore - Safety - UCLA - 1 Selection

    Anthony Castonzo - Offensive Tackle - Boston College - 1 Selection

    Rodney Hudson - Offensive Guard - Florida State - 1 Selection

    Phil Taylor - Defensive Taylor - Baylor - 1 Selection

    The Green Bay Packers have the enviable quandary of who to pick last pick in the 1st round. And with winning the Superbowl, the team has very few holes to fill. One area they could strengthen is the Running Back area. Though James Starks played well in the playoffs and  Ryan Grant is due back next year, it is not clear whether both of them will be able to revive their form. Mikel LeShoure had a fantastic season with the Fighting Illini. However, as LeShoure is projected at being taken by the Patriots at number 28, Muhammad Wilkerson might be the best available player for them. Cullen Jenkins is set to become an Unrestricted Free Agent and Wilkerson could step right in to the spot. He played at Defensive Tackle at Temple, though he could easily play Defensive End in the Packers 3-4.

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