Todd McShay 2011 NFL Mock Draft: Grading ESPN Expert's Latest Mock

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Todd McShay 2011 NFL Mock Draft: Grading ESPN Expert's Latest Mock

Toddy McShay is at it again, folks.

With just over a week until the 2011 NFL draft kicks off, ESPN and Scout's Inc. director of college scouting, Todd McShay, has released his Mock Draft 6.0.

After going three rounds deep in his previous mock, McShay has decided to explain three different scenarios for each pick in the top 32.

The first "will explain the player each team was given as the board unfolded" with the second and third "breaking down further options in terms of prospects and possible trades."

Always one to fully explain himself, McShay leaves us with plenty to look over, argue and discuss.

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Be on the lookout for any "McSh-ites," players that Toddy absolutely loves and makes extra strong cases for (i.e. Blaine Gabbert). This term gained some exposure from my previous grading of McShay's three-round mock.

The consensus has led us to believe that Cam Newton is, in fact, the frontrunner for the No. 1 pick and according to ESPN's Adam Schefter there is an "80-percent" chance he will end up in Carolina.

He made this statement a few days back on ESPN and that percentage has likely grown since.

Anyway, let's take a look at what McShay is thinking this time around and see if we can't find some fun and exciting things to talk about.

I, for one, will be looking an opportunity to explode on Todd like he exploded on Mel Kiper Jr. yesterday on ESPN about Arizona's Brooks Reed.

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