2010 NFL Mock Draft

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FINAL 2010 NFL Mock Draft Updated: April 22nd (12:00AM)

1. St. Louis Rams
Sam Bradford, QB, Oklahoma
The #1 Pick in this 2010 NFL Mock Draft is a quarterback… shocking. The Rams need a quarterback, Sam Bradford being the most accurate one available. Very hard to pass on Suh here, but if the Rams want to even have a prayer at the playoffs, a QB will be in their plans. If there was any doubt about who would be the #1 Pick in this NFL Mock Draft, Sam Bradford put that away with a strong showing at his pro day in Oklahoma.
Other options: DL

2. Detroit Lions
Ndamukong Suh, DT, Nebraska
Suh should command an instant double-team, which will help free up some players on the Lions roster to make some plays. The offense will continue to develop under Matt Stafford, but the defense needs some immediate help. The Lions are making their love for Russell Okung known, but that might just be a marketing ploy to keep Suh’s price down.
Other options: OL

3. Tampa Bay Bucs
Gerald McCoy, DT, Oklahoma
McCoy is just one small step behind Suh. Penetrates very well, which will wreak havoc in the Tampa Bay defensive system. Smart player that works very hard.
Other options: QB, OL, S

4. Washington Redskins
Trent Williams, OL, Oklahoma
Williams allows the Redskins some versatility across their offensive line, as Williams has also played both center and guard. The tape just doesn’t always showcase the abilities he has shown this off-season, but we’ve finally relented by putting him in the top 5 of our 2010 NFL Mock Draft.Pairing McNabb with as many quality linemen as you can is a must, given that D-Mac might only have a couple of productive years left.
Other options: DL, S

5. Kansas City Chiefs
Russel Okung, OT, Oklahoma State
Okung is a very polished blocker with no overt weaknesses.
The Chiefs have obvious needs all over, but o-line depth is at the top of the list. Okung has pass and run block skills that will help the Chiefs and Matt Cassell immediately-as their offensive line has been not so great.
Other options: LB, OL, WR

6. Seattle Seahawks
Derrick Morgan, DE, Georgia Tech
Morgan is a big guy (6-4/270), but he has the skills that could make him a great rush DE. Will never be great dropping into coverage, but as a 3-4 Elephant or 4-3 DE, he could really excel. After McCoy/Suh, Morgan is the best available.
Other options: WR, OL

7. Cleveland Browns
Eric Berry, S, Tennesse
Berry is a great playmaking safety in the form of Ed Reed – a name that is not dropped lightly. Berry’s ball-skills are second to none in CFB. Berry is a once every generation talent that some scouts are convinced will get moved to Cornerback in the NFL.
Other options: DE, LB

8. Oakland Raiders
Joe Haden, CB, Florida
Darrelle Revis and Charles Woodson have shown this year that a shutdown corner can propel a defense to great heights, and Haden is that sort of player. The Raiders have shown that CB depth can be a problem. Haden will be a starter on day one, helping against the run as well as the pass.
Other options: QB, OL, CB

9. Buffalo Bills
CJ Spiller, RB, Clemson
Spiller brings it all to the table – returning, running, and especially catching the ball out of the backfield. A dynamic threat is exactly what the Bills need on offense.
Other options: QB, WR, OL

10. Jacksonville Jaguars
Jason Pierre-Paul, DE/OLB, South Florida
Very raw, explosive pass-rusher, with shades of a guy named Demarcus Ware. JPP can play the 3-4 elephant while also being big enough to stand tall against the run at the 4-3 DE position.
Other options: WR, DE

11. Denver Broncos (CHI)
Rolando McClain, LB, Alabama
McClain comes from a good Saban pedigree, and has the ability to play in both the 3-4 an the 4-3. Most 2010 NFL Mock Drafts discount him because of his position, but McLain is a special player.
Other options: DE, DB

12. Miami Dolphins
Brandon Graham, DE/OLB, Michigan
Oh, you want more pass rush? Brandon Graham will give you pass rush skills that compliment a solid run-stopper with a non-stop motor. Showed he was a top defender at the Senior Bowl.
Other options: S, WR, OL

13. San Francisco
Jimmy Clausen, QB, Notre Dame
Jimmy showed some better mechanics and a sparkling attitude at his workout in Notre Dame. Coach Mike may be convinced.
Other Options: CB, OL

14. Seattle Seahawks (DEN)
Bryan Bulaga, OT, Iowa
The Kirk Ferentz pedigree has been hit or miss in the NFL, but Bulaga has the skills to help the Seahawks immediately. Bulaga can fit in either a zone-scheme or a man-to-man blocking scheme.
Other options: WR, TE

15. New York Giants
Mike Iupati, OG, Idaho
Very helpful to Eli and complnay, Iupati brings great feet and a ton of versatility to the party. Can play across the line. Great in the screen game.
Other options: LB

16. Tennessee Titans
Kyle Wilson, CB, Boise State
Physical corner that is effective in press, man, and zone. Very smart and instinctive, recovers well.
Other options: OL, CB

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2010 NFL Mock Draft

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  1. Anonymous says:

    where is the Houston Texasn??



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