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2011 NFL Mock Draft: Full 7-Round Mock for Every Team

Michael TierneyAnalyst IApril 22, 2011

2011 NFL Mock Draft: Full 7-Round Mock for Every Team

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    Completing a 7 round mock for any "one" team is a daunting task to say the least.

    Taking on a 7 round mock for all 32 teams is overwhelming and could be grounds for divorce in some states.

    That is why you don't see too many 7 round, 32 team, 256 pick mocks. Analysts don't have the nerve to make that many excuses to the wife, girlfriend, or the "she's-just-a-friend."

    Balancing team needs versus player values is tricky, to say the least, and who is to say that sources of information are credible.

    Player Value Charts are available from many sources, most notably (PFW):

    NFL.com or ProFooballWeekly.com or NationalFootballPost.com

    Team needs are also readily available but vary by source. Some include:

    WalterFootball.com and CBSSports.com

    Finding the information is not hard.  Dissecting, measuring, and assembling the data in a concise fashion are where the complaints from the "better half" are usually derived.  

    There is an easy solution.  Send her a lot of shopping trips and complete the mission.

    A 32 team, 7 round, 256 pick, debriefing from my reconnaissance follows:

2011 NFL Draft: Round 1

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    Round One will be shown on ESPN and the NFL channel this Thursday, April 28, 2011.  

    Round One will start at 8 PM (ET) / 5 PM (PT).

    Here is the Mock Draft Round 1 (32 picks):

    1. Carolina (43) – QB Cam Newton

    2. Denver (34) – DT Marcell Dareus

    3. Buffalo (34) – OLB Von Miller

    4. Cincinnati (43) – QB Blaine Gabbert

    5. Arizona (34) – DE Robert Quinn

    6. Cleveland (43) – WR A.J. Green

    7. San Francisco (34) – CB Patrick Peterson

    8. Tennessee (43) – DT Nick Fairley

    9. Dallas (34) – CB Prince Amukamara

    10. Washington (34) – WR Julio Jones

    11. Houston (34) – DE Aldon Smith

    12. Minnesota (43) – DE Da’Quan Bowers

    13. Detroit (43) – OT Tyron Smith

    14. St. Louis (43) – OG Mike Pouncey

    15. Miami (34) – QB Jake Locker

    16. Jacksonville (43) – DE Cameron Jordan

    17. New England (Oak) (34) – DE J.J. Watt

    18. San Diego (34) – DE Adrian Clayborn

    19. New York Giants (43) – OT Anthony Castonzo

    20. Tampa Bay (43) – DE Ryan Kerrigan

    21. Kansas City (34) – DT Phil Taylor

    22. Indianapolis (43) – OT Derek Sherrod

    23. Philadelphia (43) – CB Jimmy Smith

    24. New Orleans (43) – RB Mark Ingram

    25. Seattle (43) – QB Ryan Mallett

    26. Baltimore (34) – CB Aaron Williams

    27. Atlanta (43) – OT Nate Solder

    28. New England (34) – OLB/DE Justin Houston

    29. Chicago (43) – DT Corey Liuget

    30. New York Jets (34) – OT Gabe Carimi

    31. Pittsburgh (34) – ILB Martez Wilson

    32. Green Bay (34) – DE Cameron Heyward

2011 NFL Draft: Round 2

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    Rounds two and three will be shown on ESPN and the NFL channel Friday, April 29, 2011.  

    NFL Draft Day two will start at 6 PM (ET) / 3 PM (PT).

    Day two starts 2 hours earlier than day one, so west coasters will have to sneak out of work early.

     

    Here is the Mock Draft Round 2 (32 picks): 

    1. New England (Car) (34) – RB Mike Leshoure

    2. Buffalo (34) – QB Christian Ponder

    3. Cincinnati (43) – WR Jon Baldwin

    4. Denver (34) – FS Rahim Moore

    5. Cleveland (43) – CB Brandon Harris

    6. Arizona (34) – OG Danny Watkins

    7. Tennessee (43) – QB Andy Dalton

    8. Dallas (34) – DT/DE Muhammad Wilkerson

    9. Washington (34) – OLB Akeem Ayers

    10. Houston (34) – CB Brandon Burton

    11. Minnesota (43) – DT Stephen Paea

    12. Detroit (43) – OLB/DE Bruce Carter

    13. San Francisco (34) – OLB Brooks Reed

    14. Denver (Mia) (34) – CB Johnny Patrick

    15. St. Louis (43) – WR Torrey Smith

    16. Oakland (43) – OT Marcus Cannon

    17. Jacksonville (43) – WR Leonard Hankerson

    18. San Diego (34) – OLB Jabaal Sheard

    19. Tampa Bay (43) – OG Rodney Hudson

    20. New York Giants (43) – ILB Quan Sturdivant

    21. Indianapolis (43) – DT Marvin Austin

    22. Philadelphia (43) – OG Ben Ijalana

    23. Kansas City (34) – OT James Brewer

    24. New Orleans (43) – DE Allen Bailey

    25. Seattle (43) – DT Drake Nevis

    26. Baltimore (34) – DE Pernell McPhee

    27. Atlanta (43) – WR Titus Young

    28. New England (34) – OT Chris Hairston

    29. San Diego (NYJ) (34) – CB Curtis Brown

    30. Chicago (43) – ILB Nate Irving

    31. Pittsburgh (34) – OG John Moffitt

    32. Green Bay (34) – RB Ryan Williams

2011 NFL Draft: Round 3

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    Most mock drafts venture into only one or two rounds.  

    Round three is where mock picks get tricky because there are too many variables.

    It takes discipline to measure team needs, player value, and rising/falling rankings.

    Here is the Mock Draft Round 3 (33 picks):

    1. Carolina (43) – DT Christian Ballard

    2. Cincinnati (43) – RB Daniel Thomas

    3. Denver (34) – OT Orlando Franklin

    4. Buffalo (34) – OT Marcus Gilbert

    5. Arizona (34) – CB Ras-I Dowling

    6. Cleveland (43) – DT/DE Jarvis Jenkins

    7. Dallas (34) – OT Daniel Ziemba

    8. New Orleans (Was) (43) – OLB Mason Foster

    9. Houston (34) – DT Jurrell Casey

    10. New England (Min) (34) – OG Clint Boling

    11. Detroit (43) – CB Shareece Wright

    12. San Francisco (34) – QB Colin Kaepernick

    13. Tennessee (43) – ILB Colin McCarthy

    14. St. Louis (43) – DT Terrell McClain

    15. Miami (34) – TE Kyle Rudolph

    16. Jacksonville (43) – ILB Casey Matthews

    17. Oakland (43) – OG William Rackey

    18. San Diego (34) – ILB Kevin Sheppard

    19. New York Giants (43) – OC Stefen Wisniewski

    20. Tampa Bay (43) – OLB Ross Homan

    21. Philadelphia (43) – OLB K.J. Wright

    22. Kansas City (34) – WR Randall Cobb

    23. Indianapolis (43) – WR Greg Little

    24. New Orleans (43) – DT/DE Kendrick Ellis

    25. San Diego (Sea) (34) – OT James Carpenter

    26. Baltimore (34) – WR Jerrel Jernigan

    27. Atlanta (43) – WR Edmond Gates

    28. New England (34) – OLB Dontay Moch

    29. Chicago (43) – WR Dwayne Harris

    30. New York Jets (34) – WR Austin Pettis

    31. Pittsburgh (34) – CB Davon House

    32. Green Bay (34) – OLB Sam Acho

    33. Carolina (comp) (43) – CB Jaiquawn Jarrett

2011 NFL Draft: Round 4

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    Rounds four through seven will be shown on ESPN and the NFL channel Saturday, April 30, 2011.  

    This final day kicks off at 12 PM (ET) / 9 AM (PT).

    Here is the Mock Draft Round 4 (34 picks):

     

    1. Carolina (43) – WR Greg Salas

    2. Seattle (NE/Den) (43) – OT Jah Reid

    3. Buffalo (34) – DE Lawence Guy

    4. Cincinnati (43) – DE Greg Romeus

    5. Cleveland (43) – OT Joe Barksdale

    6. Arizona (34) – QB Ricky Stanzi

    7. Philadelphia (Was) (43) – CB Josh Thomas

    8. Houston (34) – FS Quinton Carter

    9. Minnesota (43) – TE Lance Kendricks

    10. Detroit (43) – RB Kendall Hunter

    11. San Francisco (34) – RB Shane Vereen

    12. Tennessee (43) – DE Jeremy Beal

    13. Dallas (34) – WR Niles Paul

    14. Miami (34) – RB Dion Lewis

    15. St. Louis (43) – TE Virgil Green

    16. Oakland (43) – CB Brandon Hogan

    17. Jacksonville (43) – SS Jeron Johnson

    18. San Francisco (SD) (34) – FS/CB Marcus Gilchrist

    19. Tampa Bay (43) – RB Delone Carter

    20. New York Giants (43) – RB Roy Helu

    21. Kansas City (34) – ILB Akeem Dent

    22. Indianapolis (43) – RB Jacquizz Rodgers

    23. Philadelphia (43) – SS Tyler Sash

    24. Jacksonville (NO) (43) – CB DeMarcus Van Dyke

    25. Buffalo (Sea) (34) – ILB Greg Jones

    26. Baltimore (34) – OG DeMarcus Love

    27. Atlanta (43) – TE Luke Stocker

    28. New England (34) – WR Kealoha Pilares

    29. New York Jets (34) – RB Alex Green

    30. Chicago (43) – OC Alex Linnenkohl

    31. Pittsburgh (34) – OT Willie Smith

    32. Green Bay (34) – WR Tandon Doss

    33. Tennessee (comp) (43) – OG David Arkin

    34. Green Bay (comp) (34) – OT Jason Pinkston

2011 NFL Draft: Round 5

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    Round five is where you find players who's names are not as well known to most readers.

    Reliance of Player Value Charts, like that of PFW.com assist in a 32 team, 7 round mock.

    Here is the Mock Draft Round 5 (34 picks):

    1. Carolina (43) – DT Karl Klug

    2. Buffalo (34) – WR Cecil Shorts

    3. Cincinnati (43) – ILB Chris White

    4. Kansas City (TB/Den) (34) – RB Bilal Powell

    5. Arizona (34) – ILB/OLB Nick Bellore

    6. Cleveland (43) – SS Joe Lefeged

    7. Houston (34) – NT Ian Williams

    8. Minnesota (43) – SS Ahmad Black

    9. Kansas City (Det) (34) – OC Zane Taylor

    10. San Francisco (34) – NT Sione Fua

    11. Tennessee (43) – SS Deandre McDaniel

    12. Dallas (34) – SS Shiloh Keo

    13. Washington (34) – CB Jalil Brown

    14. St. Louis (43) – CB Buster Skrine

    15. Miami (34) – CB Rashad Carmichael

    16. Jacksonville (43) – FS Robert Sands

    17. Oakland (43) – TE Jordan Cameron

    18. Philadelphia (SD) (43) – DE Cliff Matthews

    19. Minnesota (NYG) (43) – OLB Lawrence Wilson

    20. Tampa Bay (43) – CB Kendric Burney

    21. Indianapolis (43) – OG Maurice Hurt

    22. Philadelphia (43) – ILB/OLB Derrell Smith

    23. Detroit - from KC (43) – OT Byron Stingily

    24. Washington (NO) (34) – DE Ugo Chinasa

    25. Seattle (43) – WR Ronald Johnson

    26. Seattle (Bal) (43) – CB Chykie Brown

    27. Atlanta (43) – CB Chimdi Chekwa

    28. New England (34) – CB Curtis Marsh

    29. Chicago (43) – RB Darren Evans

    30. New York Jets (34) – CB Chris Culliver

    31. Pittsburgh (34) – DT John Graves

    32. Green Bay (34) – K Alex Henry

    33. Baltimore (comp) (34) – OT Chris Rucker

    34. Baltimore (comp) (34) – ILB Mark Herzlich

2011 NFL Draft: Round 6

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    Not many round six players are national stars, but they do fill team needs.

    Player value ratings like those on NFL.com help determine picks.

    Here is the Mock Draft Round 6 (38 picks):

     

    1. Carolina (43) – TE Jeremy Kerley

    2. Cincinnati (43) – FS Eric Hagg

    3. Cleveland (Den) (43) – DT Cedric Thornton

    4. Buffalo (34) – TE Julius Thomas

    5. Cleveland (43) – OLB Nate Bussey

    6. Arizona (34) – FS Jonathan Nelson

    7. Minnesota (43) – QB Nathan Enderle

    8. Seattle (Det) (43) – OG Andrew Jackson

    9. San Francisco (34) – FB Owen Marecic

    10. Tennessee (43) – OC Brandon Fusco

    11. Dallas (34) – OG Zach Hurd

    12. Washington (34) – QB Greg McElroy

    13. Houston (34) – OLB Brian Rolle

    14. Miami (34) – WR Stephen Burton

    15. Baltimore (STL) (34) – FB Anthony Sherman

    16. Oakland (43) – WR Vincent Brown

    17. Jacksonville (43) – QB T.J. Yates (last pick)

    18. San Diego (34) – WR Ricardo Lockette

    19. Arizona (Phi/TB) (34) – RB Demarco Murray

    20. New York Giants (43) – WR Stephen Burton

    21. Denver (Det/Phi) (34) – DT Brandon Bair

    22. Tampa Bay (KC) (43) – ILB Mike Mohamed

    23. Indianapolis (43) – QB Tyrod Taylor (last pick)

    24. Denver (NE/NO) (34) – OLB Doug Hogue

    25. San Francisco (Sea) (34) – DE/OLB Bruce Miller

    26. Baltimore (34) – TE D.J. Williams

    27. Atlanta (43) – DE D’Aundre Reed

    28. New England (34) – TE Lee Smith (last pick)

    29. New York Jets (34) – DE Pep Levingston

    30. Chicago (43) – DE/DT Jerrell Powe (last pick)

    31. Pittsburgh (34) – NT Chris Neild

    32. Green Bay (34) – OG Garrett Chisolm

    33. New York Giants (comp) (43) – FS Will Hill

    34. Kansas City (comp) (34) – QB Scott Tolzien

    35. Minnesota (comp) (43) – WR Armon Binns

    36. San Diego (comp) (34) – FS Mark LeGree

    37. New York Giants (comp) (43) – TE Rob Housler

    38. Carolina (comp) (43) – RB Johnny White

2011 NFL Draft: Round 7

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    Round seven picks are where gems can be found if war rooms stay focused.

    Round seven is the CPK (center, punter, kicker) round. Picks are traded quite a bit.

    Here is the Mock Draft Round 7 (53 picks):


    1. Green Bay (Car) (34) – WR Terrence Toliver

    2. Detroit (Den) (43) – OC Tim Barnes (last pick)

    3. Buffalo (34) – CB Ryan Jones

    4. Cincinnati (43) – OG Julian Vandervelde

    5. New York Jets (Ari) (34) – ILB Jeff Tarpinian (last pick)

    6. Seattle (Cle) (43) – OC Jake Kirkpatrick

    7. Atlanta (Det) (43) – OG Ricky Henry

    8. San Francisco (34) – WR Darvin Adams

    9. Tennessee (43) – OLB Jabara Williams

    10. Dallas (6-10)

    11. Washington (34) – FB Shaun Chapas

    12. Houston (34) – WR Kris Durham

    13. Minnesota (43) – FS Jarrard Tarrant

    14. St. Louis (43) – FS Deunta Williams

    15. Miami (34) – DT Sealver Siliga

    16. Miami (Jac) (34) – FS Da’Norris Searcy

    17. Oakland (43) – OLB Scott Lutrus

    18. Dallas (SD) (34) – DE Pierre Allen

    19. New York Giants (43) – OLB Alex Wujciak (last pick)

    20. Tampa Bay (43) – DE Ryan Winterswyk

    21. Kansas City (34) – ILB/OLB Mario Harvey (last pick)

    22. Washington (Ind) (34) – OT Derek Newton

    23. Baltimore (Phi) (34) – RB Steven Ridley (last pick)

    24. New Orleans (43) – ILB Josh Bynes

    25. Philadelphia (Sea) (43) – OT Derek Hall

    26. St. Louis (Bal) (43) – RB Jordan Todman (last pick)

    27. Atlanta (43) – OG Keith Williams

    28. Atlanta (NE) (43) – RB Damien Berry (last pick)

    29. Chicago (11-5)

    30. San Francisco (Det/NYJ) (34) – OC Kris O’Dowd

    31. Pittsburgh (34) – P Chas Henry (last pick)

    32. Green Bay (34) – TE Charles Clay (last pick)

    33. San Diego (comp) (34) – DT Zach Clayton (last pick)

    34. Miami (comp) (34) – OG Ray Dominguez (last pick)

    35. Minnesota (comp) (43) – CB Anthony Gaitor (last pick)

    36. Philadelphia (comp) (43) – RB Taiwan Jones

    37. Tampa Bay (comp) (43) – OT/OG Jarriel King (last pick)

    38. San Francisco (comp) (34) – WR Denarius Moore

    39. Philadelphia (comp) (43) – FB Henry Hynoski (last pick)

    40. Oakland (comp) (43) – WR Dane Sanzebacher (last pick)

    41. Seattle (comp) (43) – DE Ricky Elmore (last pick)

    42. New Orleans (comp) (43) – OG Brad Thorson (last pick)

    43. Carolina (comp) (43) – DE Mario Addison (last pick)

    44. Buffalo (comp) (34) – RB Noel Devine (last pick)

    45. Cincinnati (comp) (43) – WR Tori Gurley (last pick)

    46. Denver (comp) (34) – DE Cheta Ozougwu (last pick)

    47. Cleveland (comp) (43) – K Kai Forbath (last pick)

    48. Arizona (comp) (34) – WR Joe Morgan (last pick)

    49. San Francisco (comp) (34) – QB Pat Devlin (last pick)

    50. Tennessee (comp) (43) – CB Cortez Allen (last pick)

    51. Dallas (compensatory) (34) – RB Jamie Harper (last pick)

    52. Washington (comp) (34) – DT Martin Parker (last pick)

    53. Houston (comp) (34) – RB Mario Fanin (last pick)

All 32 Teams, All 7 Rounds, and Every One of the 256 Picks

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    In any mock draft, the first round is the easiest to complete, especially the early picks.

    The second round gets a little tougher and takes more time.

    The third round requires discipline and dedication - you really have to love the NFL draft to go any further.

    The best part of a 7 round mock is to see how accurate it was - after the draft.

    How did your team do in this mock? 

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