2013 NFL Mock Draft: Tony Santorsa (4/3)

33. Jacksonville Jaguars: Matt Barkley, QB, USC

34. San Francisco 49ers: Arthur Brown, OLB, Kansas State

35. Philadelphia Eagles: D.J. Fluker, OT, Alabama

36. Detroit Lions: Justin Pugh, OG, Syracuse

37. Cincinnati Bengals: Eddie Lacy, RB, Alabama

38. Arizona Cardinals: Tyler Wilson, QB, Arkansas

39. New York Jets: Manti Te’o, ILB, Notre Dame

40. Tennessee Titans: Johnthan Banks, CB, Mississippi State

41. Buffalo Bills: Quinton Patton, WR, Louisiana Tech

42. Miami Dolphins: Jamar Taylor, CB, Boise State

43. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Kawann Short, DT, Purdue

44. Carolina Panthers: Terron Armstead, OT, Arkansas-Pine Bluff

45. San Diego Chargers: Giovani Bernard, RB, North Carolina

46. St. Louis Rams: Johnathan Franklin, RB, UCLA

47. Dallas Cowboys: Jesse Williams, DT, Alabama

48. Pittsburgh Steelers: Margus Hunt, DE, Southern Methodist

49. New York Giants: Zach Ertz, TE, Stanford

50. Chicago Bears: Alex Okafor, DE, Texas

51. Washington Redskins: David Amerson, CB, North Carolina State

52. Minnesota Vikings: Jordan Poyer, CB, Oregon State

53. Cincinnati Bengals: Cornelius Carradine, De, Florida State

54. Miami Dolphins (Via Indianapolis Colts): Kyle Long, OT, Oregon

55. Seattle Seahawks: Terrance Williams, WR, Baylor

56. Green Bay Packers: Slyvester Williams, DT, North Carolina

57. Houston Texans: Menelik Watson, OT, Florida State

58. Denver Broncos: Sio Moore, OLB, Connecticutt

59. New England Patriots: Sam Montgomery, DE, LSU

60. Atlanta Falcons: Darius Shay, CB, Mississippi State

61. San Francisco 49ers: Markus Wheaton, WR, Oregon State

62. Baltimore Ravens: Phillip Thomas, FS, Fresno State

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22 Responses to “2013 NFL Mock Draft: Tony Santorsa (4/3)”

  1. Lloyd says:

    I really don’t understand why I keep seeing someone think the Saints will pick a Guard in the first round. That makes absolutely no sense what so ever. Their defense needs as much help as it can, everywhere, and the Saints have a top 3 tandem at Guard in the NFL. Picking a Guard is a luxury pick that the Saints can’t afford. I would love to hear an explanation as to why the Saints would grab that Guard instead of Vaccaro or Ogletree.

  2. Drew says:

    enjoy the picks you have for the dolphins, would be very pleased if the draft played out that way.

  3. steve earle says:

    Looking at this mock I’d prefur a pass rusher, DE or DT with the 29 and Markus Wheaton WR at 59. No disrespect to Sam Montgomery but we are pretty solid at the LB positions right now and with our limited picks Bill should address priority needs.. Having worked with this mock I’m not sure Wheaton will slide to 59, but whatever. Plus this being only a 2 rd mock I’d like to see what Tony had in mind for the third?

    • Russell Easterbrooks says:

      Hard to know if Wheaton will be there at #59, but if the WR Sanders deal happens, which I now think it will, then BB may, trade #59 for a 3d and a 5th.

  4. Russell Easterbrooks says:

    Looking over Tony’s draft board, I think the Patriots draft:

    #29- DT Jesse Williams
    #59- OG/C Barrett Jones
    #91- To the Steelers , for WR Emmanuel Sanders, Contract with 3.5 mil in cap money this year, and a 3yr deal.
    7th- CB Brandon McGee
    7th- RB theo Riddick

    • patsfan says:

      what is your thought process on taking a RB in the 7th? We seem to have good depth at that position.

      • Russell Easterbrooks says:

        Theo was a WR before changing to RB. If we were to loose Ridley to injury for the year, we need depth, and a guy with good hands .

    • jim r says:

      This looks like a patriots type of draft. They will also hit on a couple of ufa

    • kdog says:

      OK I’ll bite as well:
      29: DT Jesse Williams, Bama
      59: WR Markus Wheaton, Ore St.
      91: LB Jeff Bostic, Fla

      7th round CB like McGee – sure. Other 7th rounder? I’m not knowledgeable enough to have an opinion.

    • steve earle says:

      I like Jesse Williams but even given Jones apparent talent I really think Bill should target a DB or WR at 59. The WR would be addressed with Sanders deal you suggest, which I would approve of. That leaves the DB but I’d be unhappy if he waited until a 7th to address such a need.
      It’s looking less and less likely any deal will be made for Mallett so I’m coming around to the idea BB will trade back the 29 as you have suggested often before. With the depth this year, as you have pointed out, it could work well in our favor.
      As for Riddick, your reasoning is sound as usual but I’ll have to look this guy up. You sure are keeping me busy.
      By the way Russell, what do you think of the QB Rogers, from Vandy? Would he be worthy of a draft pick or strictly a FA?

      • Russell Easterbrooks says:

        I like QB Rodgers, but with so few picks, hard to take him. As an UDFA I would grab him, But with Kafka, and Mallett there is no room for another QB. If mallett stays he will get alot of work this pre-season.

        I think Barrett Jones will NOT be on the board at #59 , but this mock had him there. I would most likely go with OG/T Brian Winters, but a CB would be good, but hard to know who will be on the board. I like CB Micah Hyde very much as a 3d pick, not sure about 2nd, but he would be on the board.
        I’m still looking at the Trade options, if BB can get DT Jesse Williams at #29 , and the Emmanuel Sanders deal happens, he most likely will trade #59 for a 3d and a 5th.
        That would have the Patriots draft looking like;
        #29 Jesse Williams
        #59 traded for a 3d and 5th
        #91 to Steelers For WR Sanders
        3d- CB Micah Hayde
        5th- WR Mark Harrison
        7th -OG Jeff Baca
        7th- RB Theo Reddick

        • Russell Easterbrooks says:

          There are lots of options with these last 4 picks with my suggestion, could go;
          3d- Micah Hyde
          5th- OG Braden Hansen, OT Brennan Williams , OG/C T.J. Johnson, DE Joe Kruger, or ???
          7th- CB Brandon McGee
          7th- Theo Riddick

        • cc says:

          I’d go with most of that. But if I’m letting the Steelers take our third rounder being an AFC opponent(as long as a Jessie Williams type is Sewn-Up), I’m also looking to sneak in directly after, use a next year pick, and specifically jump in ahead of them, in that third round!
          Take more talent for us now.

      • Russell Easterbrooks says:

        Tampa cut back-up QB Dan Orlovsky today, opening the door for a Mallett trade?? It cleared 1.2 mil of cap space as well.

        • cc says:

          I’d love it!
          Just getting the 3rd alone back is worth it!
          Id take that 3rd back and the absolute best pick possible NEXT YEAR. I wouldn’t want a lesser pick this year included instead, unless we were to unload someone else on them as well.

    • carlo strada says:

      I like jesse williams. How much push on the enemy Ofensive line, could jesse alonside wilfork create. Morover, ive always liked williams as for long tearm replacing an aging wilfork. The other prospect belichik could look for replacing wilfork is next year louis nix.

  5. ron says:

    i like the fisher pick for the lions but i don’t think they will draft a second lineman in round two. they have other needs at DE, WR and the eternal CB that need addressing.

  6. Ira Ineptio says:

    I could live with the Lions taking two solid OL if the picks fell that way… They could use the help, and Fisher and Joekel don’t seem to be the “project” Lane Johnson might be.

    However, I’d be happier with the pick if Fisher and Joekel were off the board. I’d rather take a project in Ziggy than Johnson at 5. The Millinettes would likely take Ziggy in R1 and then I’d love Margus Hunt or Datone Jones in R2, making that D-line young and potentially crazy good.

    I think there will be plenty of options for the line in Rs 3-7. Maybe Frederick, Armstead, Long, etc. if they drop…

    Still need to address OLB-WR-DB

  7. BromoSapien says:

    Sam Montgomery comes out with reports of him being lazy, unmotivated, and defiant. He straight up said he takes entire games off. While Belichick does not have a problem taking players with “character” issues (see Hernandez, Aaron and Dennard, Alfonzo), he will never take players who just don’t care. Say what you will about Patriots players, even the scrubs on the practice squad give their all for football and the team. Sam Montgomery does not fit the Patriots way.

  8. Jagsman says:

    why would the jags not take a cb in the 1st 2 rounds? dee/rhodes and arthur brown or banks would be best. i mean ball and molden are starting at cb for us.






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