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Dean Schwartz’s 2012 Mock Draft

February 15, 2012

Justin Blackmon will give Sam Bradford the big, tall target that he desperately needs.

    Player Position College
1.  Colts Andrew Luck QB Stanford
2.  Rams Justin Blackmon WR Oklahoma State
3.  Vikings Matt Kalil OT Southern California
4.  Browns Robert Griffin III QB Baylor
5.  Buccaneers Trent Richardson RB Alabama
6.  Redskins Michael Brockers DT LSU
7.  Jaguars Quinton Coples DE North Carolina
8.  Panthers Morris Claiborne CB Baylor
9.  Dolphins Melvin Ingram DE South Carolina
10.  Bills Courtney Upshaw DE/OLB Alabama
11.  Chiefs Riley Reiff OT Iowa
12.  Seahawks Ryan Tannehill QB Texas A&M
13.  Cardinals Jonathan Martin OT Stanford
14.  Cowboys Janoris Jenkins CB North Alabama
15.  Eagles Luke Kuechly ILB Boston College
16.  Jets Michael Floyd WR Notre Dame
17.  Bengals Dre Kirkpatrick CB Alabama
18.  Chargers Nick Perry DE/OLB Southern California
19.  Bears Alshon Jeffery WR South Carolina
20.  Titans David DeCastro OG Stanford
21.  Bengals David Wilson RB Virginia Tech
22.  Browns Kendall Wright WR/KR Baylor
23.  Lions Mike Adams OT Ohio State
24.  Steelers Cordy Glenn OG Georgia
25.  Broncos Dwayne Allen TE Clemson
26.  Texans Mark Barron S Alabama
27.  Patriots Fletcher Cox DT Mississippi State
28.  Packers Whitney Mercilus DE/OLB Illinois
29.  Ravens Vontaze Burfict ILB Arizona State
30.  49ers Dwight Jones WR North Carolina
31.  Patriots Chase Minnifield CB Virginia
32.  Giants Dont’a Hightower ILB Alabama

Jackson Leuschen 2012 NFL Mock 1.0

February 14, 2012
  Player Position College
1. Colts Andrew Luck QB Stanford
2. Rams Matt Kalil OT USC
3. Vikings Morris Claiborne CB LSU
4. Browns Justin Blackmon WR Oklahoma State
5. Buccaneers Trent Richardson RB Alabama
6. Redskins Robert Griffin III QB Baylor
7. Jaguars Jeremy Snead WR Central
8. Dolphins Melvin Ingram DE/OLB South Carolina
9. Panthers Quinton Coples DE North Carolina
10. Bills Jerel Worthy DT Michigan State
11. Chiefs Riley Reiff OT Iowa
12. Seattle Michael Floyd WR Notre Dame
13. Cardinals Courtney Upshaw OLB Alabama
14. Cowboys Dre Kirkpatrick CB Alabama
15. Eagles Jonathan Martin OT Stanford
16. Jets Mark Barron SS Alabama
17. Bengals Whitney Mercilus DE/OLB Illinois
18. Chargers David DeCastro OG Stanford
19. Bears Mike Adams OG Ohio State
20. Titans Luke Kuechly LB Boston College
21. Bengals Janoris Jenkins CB North Alabama
22. Browns Devon Still DT Penn State
23. Lions Cordy Glenn OG Georgia
24. Steelers Fletcher Cox DT Mississippi State
25. Broncos Alfonzo Dennard CB Nebraska
26. Texans Alshon Jeffery WR South Carolina
27. Patriots Nick Perry DE/OLB USC
28. Packers Zach Brown OLB North Carolina
29. Ravens Vontaze Burfect LB Arizona State
30. 49ers Kendall Wright WR Baylor
31. Patriots Jayron Hosely CB Virginia Tech
32. Giants Dont’a Hightower LB Alabama

Justin Bucklin NFL Mock Draft 1.0

February 14, 2012

David Wilson makes a strong case to be a first round pick

Player Position College
1.Colts Andrew Luck QB Stanford
2. Rams Justin Blackmon WR Oklahoma State
3. Vikings Matt Kalil OT USC
4. Browns Trent Richardson RB Alabama
5. Buccaneers Morris Claiborne CB LSU
6. Redskins Robert Griffin III QB Baylor
7. Jaguars Kendall Wright WR Baylor
8. Dolphins Riley Reiff OT Iowa
9. Panthers Quinton Coples DE North Carolina
10. Bills Courtney Upshaw DE/OLB Alabama
11. Chiefs Dontari Poe DT Memphis
12. Seattle Devon Still DT Penn State
13. Cardinals Jonathan Martin OT Stanford
14. Cowboys Janoris Jenkins CB North Alabama
15. Eagles Luke Kuechley LB Boston College
16. Jets Alshon Jeffery WR South Carolina
17. Bengals David Decastro OG Stanford
18. Chargers Melvin Ingram DE/OLB South Carolina
19. Bears Michael Floyd WR Notre Dame
20. Titans Dre Kirkpatrick CB Alabama
21. Bengals David Wilson RB Virginia Tech
22. Browns Chase Minnifield CB Virginia
23. Lions Mark Barron SS Alabama
24. Steelers Whitney Mercilus DE/OLB Illinois
25. Broncos Dwayne Allen TE Clemson
26. Texans Michael Brockers DT LSU
27. Patriots Jayron Hosely CB Virginia Tech
28. Packers Nick Perry OLB USC
29. Ravens Vontaze Burfect LB Arizona State
30. 49ers Jeff Fuller WR Texas A&M
31. Patriots Chandler Jones DE Syracuse
32. Giants Dont’a Hightower LB Alabama

Hughes’ Mock Draft 1.0

February 13, 2012

Marshall's Vinny Curry may be unknown to many football fans but will soon be playing on Sundays

  Name Position  College 
1 Indianapolis Colts Andrew Luck QB Stanford
2 St. Louis Rams Justin Blackmon WR Oklahoma State
3 Minnesota Vikings Matt Kalil OT USC
4 Cleveland Browns Trent Richardson RB Alabama
5 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Morris Claiborne CB LSU
6 Washington Redskins Robert Griffin III QB Baylor
7 Jacksonville Jaguars Courtney Upshaw DE/OLB Alabama
8 Carolina Panthers Quinton Coples DE North Carolina
9 Miami Dolphins Devon Still DT Penn State
10 Buffalo Bills Melvin Ingram DE/OLB South Carolina
11 Kansas City Chiefs Riley Reiff OT Iowa
12 Seattle Seahawks Vinny Curry DE/OLB Marshall
13 Arizona Cardinals Jonathan Martin OT Stanford
14 Dallas Cowboys Janoris Jenkins CB North Alabama
15 Philadelphia Eagles Michael Brockers DT LSU
16 New York Jets Dre Kirkpatrick CB Alabama
17 Cincinnati Bengals Brandon Boykin CB Georgia
18 San Diego Chargers Dont’a Hightower ILB Alabama
19 Chicago Bears Michael Floyd WR Notre Dame
20 Tennessee Titans Luke Kuelchly ILB Boston College
21 Cincinnati Bengals David DeCastro OG Stanford
22 Cleveland Browns Mike Adams OT Ohio State
23 Detroit Lions Kelechi Osemele OG Iowa State
24 Pittsburgh Steelers Cordy Glenn OG Georgia
25 Denver Broncos Kendall Wright WR Baylor
26 Houston Texans Mark Barron SS Alabama
27 New England Patriots Stephon Gilmore CB South Carolina
28 Green Bay Packers David Wilson RB Virginia Tech
29 Baltimore Ravens Vontaze Burfict ILB Arizona State
30 San Francisco 49ers Jerel Worthy DT Michigan State
31 New England Patriots Nick Perry OLB USC
32 New York Giants Orson Charles TE Georgia

2012 SEC Draft Prospects

May 10, 2011

Alshon Jeffery Could Be A Top 10 Pick

1. Alshon Jeffery, WR, South Carolina
Jeffery was the go to wide receiver for the Gamecocks last season. He had 88 catches for 1517 yards and 9 TD’s. Jeffery has great size and strength that he uses to overpower opposing defenses. Jeffery doesn’t have the speed that Jones and Green did this season but could be just as good a pro.
2. Trent Richardson, RB, Alabama
Richardson has everything you want in an NFL running back. He averaged over 6 yards per carry last season and has great big play ability. He had to share the rock with Mark Ingram last season but is due for a huge season this year. He is a good pass catcher and a terrific runner. Should be a top 15 pick.
3. Dre Kirkpatrick, CB, Alabama
Kirkpatrick started for Alabama as a true sophomore last season and showed everyone why he was such a highly touted high school prospect. He has good size (6’2) and speed for the NFL game and played well in big games. With good production in the 2011-12 season he could position himself as a top 10 pick.
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Pac-12 Prospects for 2012 Draft

May 9, 2011

Some Team Is Going To Get Very Lucky in 2012


1. Andrew Luck, QB, Stanford
Who else could it be? Luck is the complete package: accurate, strong-arm, smart, tough, mobile, a winner, and he comes from a pro style offense. Even if he has a down year or gets hurt he will still be the number one pick next year. He’s one of the lowest risk 1st overall picks in years and I truely believe he will be one of the top 5 quarterbacks in the league by his third season. An early congratulations to the team that is lucky enough to be worst in the league next year and grab their franchise quarterback for the next decade.
2. Matt Barkley, QB, USC
I’m listing Barkley a lot higher than most because I believe he is going to have a breakout season. This will be his third year starting for the Trojans and he showed a lot of improvement this past season compared to his freshman year. Barkley has an  NFL arm, NFL size, and his accuracy improved to over 60% last season. He had to go through a coaching change his sophomore season but picked up the offense well. Runs a pro style offense. Would be good for him to stay his senior year but he’ll be a first rounder if he comes out.
3. Vontaze Burfict, ILB, Arizona State
Burfict has a combonation of size, strength, and has bursts of speed that are rarely seen even in the NFL. He has all the physical tools to be one of the best rush linebackers in the NFL. The only question is if he can play smart enough to be effective in the NFL. He was frequently flagged for personal fouls last season at Arizona State. He plays with a ton of emotion and has trouble containing them at times. I think this will get better with age and whatever team gets him will be very happy. Highlights of him remind me a lot of Lavar Arrington in college. Still a little raw, but he has amazing potential.
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Big 10 Prospects for 2012 Draft

May 8, 2011

Jared Crick is My Number One Big Ten Prospect For the 2012 Draft

1. Jared Crick, DE, Nebraska
Hard working defensive end that reminds me a lot of J.J. Watt. He’s tall, long, physical, and knows how to get to the quarterback. Put up 9 1/2 sacks each of the past two seasons. Versatile player that can play at DT or DE. Crick is also very solid against the run. Had 14 1/2 tackles for loss last season. Has a decent first step, good acceleration, and quick hands. Plays too high at times.
2. Jerel Worthy, DT, Michigan State
NFL scouts are excited for the explosive defensive tackle from Michigan State. Worthy is listed at 6’3, 305 pounds and was a force upfront all season long. He has an impressive arsenal of pass rushing moves despite only two years experience. Most experts project him as a first round pick but a few are going as far as pegging him a top 5 selection.
3. Riley Reiff, OT, Iowa
The 6’6, 300 lb. giant has been a stalwart on the Hawkeye offensive line since he was a freshman. He is athletic for his size and performed well against several top tier pass rushers the past two seasons. He was a second team All-Big Ten selection in 2010 and is looking to have a very good Junior year. NFL scouts love Iowa lineman because of the coaching they receive so when one comes along with the size and athleticism of Reiff they are usually first round picks.
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