September 24, 2012

2013 NFL Mock Draft

1. New Orleans - Barkevious Mingo (LB, LSU)
2. Cleveland - Jonathan Hankins (DT, Ohio State)
3. St. Louis - Star Lotulelei (DT, Utah)
4. Tampa Bay - Matt Barkley (QB, USC)
5. Indianapolis - Jarvis Jones (LB, Georgia)
6. Jacksonville - Bjorn Werner (DE, Florida State)
7. Miami - Sam Montgomery (DE, LSU)
8. Carolina - Keenan Allen (WR, California)
9. Oakland - Tyler Wilson (QB, Arkansas)
10. St. Louis - Eric Reid (S, LSU)
11. Tennessee - Luke Joeckel (OT, Texas A&M)
12. Kansas City - Geno Smith (QB, West Virginia)
13. Denver - DeMarcus Millner (CB, Alabama)
14. Detroit - Chance Warmack (OG, Alabama)
15. Pittsburgh - Xavier Rhodes (CB, Florida State)
16. New England - Barrett Jones (OG, Alabama)
17. Seattle - Robert Woods (WR, USC)
18. Green Bay - Jackson Jeffcoat (LB, Texas)
19. NY Jets - Marcus Lattimore (RB, South Carolina)
20. Cincinnati - DJ Fluker (OT, Alabama)
21. Minnesota - David Amerson (CB, North Carolina State)
22. Buffalo - Taylor Lewan (OT, Michigan)
23. Dallas - Justin Hunter (WR, Tennessee)
24. Chicago - Manti Te'o (LB, Notre Dame)
25. Philadelphia - Jonathan Banks (CB, Mississippi State)
26. San Diego - Jake Matthews (OT, Texas A&M)
27. NY Giants - TJ McDonald (S, USC)
28. Baltimore - Chris Faulk (OT, LSU)
29. San Francisco - John Jenkins (DT, Georgia)
30. Houston - Brennan Williams (OT, North Carolina)
31. Arizona - Logan Thomas (QB, Virginia Tech)
32. Atlanta - Corey Lemonier (DE, Auburn)

33. St. Louis - Cordarrelle Patterson (WR, Tennessee)
34. Tampa Bay - Bennie Logan (DT, LSU)
35. Indianapolis - Jesse Williams (DT, Alabama)
36. Jacksonville - Le'Veon Bell (RB, Michigan State)
37. Miami - Terrance Williams (WR, Baylor)
38. Carolina - Kawann Short (DT, Purdue)
39. Oakland - William Gholston (DE, Michigan State)
40. Washington - Alex Okafor (DE, Texas)
41. Tennessee - Sylvester Williams (DT, North Carolina)
42. Kansas City - Tyler Eifert (TE, Notre Dame)
43. Denver - Kenny Vaccaro (S, Texas)
44. Detroit - Sean Porter (LB, Texas A&M)
45. Pittsburgh - Da'Rick Rogers (WR, Tennessee Tech)
46. New England - Shayne Skov (LB, Stanford)
47. Seattle - Michael Buchanan (DE, Illinois)
48. Green Bay - Johnny Adams (CB, Michigan State)
49. NY Jets - Robert Lester (S, Alabama)
50. Cincinnati - Montee Ball (RB, Wisconsin)
51. Minnesota - Marguess Wilson (WR, Washington State)
52. Buffalo - EJ Manuel (QB, Florida State)
53. Dallas - Jonathan Cooper (OG, North Carolina)
54. Chicago - Ricky Wagner (OT, Wisconsin)
55. Philadelphia - Margus Hunt (DE, SMU)
56. San Diego - Dallas Thomas (OT, Tennessee)
57. NY Giants - Brandon Jenkins (DE, Florida State)
58. Baltimore - Khaled Holmes (OC, USC)
59. San Francisco - CJ Mosley (LB, Alabama)
60. Houston - Kevin Reddick (LB, North Carolina)
61. Arizona - Tony Jefferson (S, Oklahoma)
62. Atlanta - Dion Sims (TE, Michigan State)


At September 26, 2012, Anonymous TigerJ said...

I just find it amazing that NFL mock drafters are still having Buffalo pick an offensive tackle in the first round. The Bills, as measured by sacks given up and yards per carry by their running backs have the best offensive line in the NFL. On the only sack officially ggiven up by the Bills, no defensive player ever actually touched the QB. The league in its wisdom decided to award a sack to Cleveland when the ball slipped out of Ryan Fitzpatrick's hand on a forward pass attempt in a called fumble on a disputed play. As for Buffalo's tackles; the team and their fans are delighted with the play of Cordy Glenn at left tackle. We think he's got great feet for such a big man, despite pre-draft speculation. On the other side, Erik Pears has been solid as his playing time increases while he's recovering from offseason surgery, and Chris Hairston has been solid when he's played in his stead. Plus they have more depth down the road behind them (Sam Young on the active roster and Zebrie Sanders on IR. Let me just give you a clue. Offensive tackle for the Bills in the first round just is not happening, period.


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