Well, it looks like I had one more mock draft in me. After going through the latest updates of the draft prospect risers and fallers, I have my final view of the process that will be dragged out over the next three days. It contains some significant changes from previous submissions.
Round One, Pick Seven
DE Derrick Morgan, Georgia Tech
Unless there is a trade when KC takes Eric Berry (I concede), Morgan has made tremendous movement and DE is a need.
Round Two, Pick 38
QB Colt McCoy, Texas
Round Three, Pick 71
CB Dominique Franks, Oklahoma
Could also be Owusu-Ansah, Indiana (PA)
Round Three, Pick 85
FS Myron Lewis, Vanderbilt
With Berry gone from atop my mock, this is the next best opportunity to fill this need.
Round Three, Pick 92
WR Marcus Easley, UConn
Will need work on route running but has the physical tools.
Round Five, Pick 134
OG Marshall Newhouse, TCU
Has been on my board from the beginning but has moved up to the top of the fifth round.
Round Five, Pick 146
WR Riley Cooper, Florida
Good hands, tremendous physical presence and deceptive speed.
Round Five, Pick 160
DT Arthur Jones, Syracuse
Another need to fill. If not for a freak injury during weightlifting, he would be a second round pick.
Round Six, Pick 177
C Eric Olsen, Notre Dame
Perhaps not as pressing a need but a pro-style offense at Notre Dame could produce a diamond in the rough at this spot.
Round Six, Pick 186
SS Myron Rolle, Florida State
Unsure the reason for his low rating other than a year off from football while studying at Oxford. This budding neurosurgeon will find a home for both careers with the Cleveland Browns and then with the Cleveland Clinic.