NFL Mock Draft: KFFL.com

by Cory J. Bonini on April 22, 2010 @ 03:38:46 PDT

 


The 2010 NFL Draft is here!

KFFL.com's 2010 NFL mock draft has been updated! As with all that is the NFL Draft, a lot has changed since our first release months ago. Do you agree with our selections? Do you disagree? We welcome you to sound off in the comments area at the bottom of the page.

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QB Sam Bradford
No.
Team Player
Pos
School Notes/others considered
1
St. Louis Rams Sam Bradford
QB
Oklahoma I don't see how they can go in another direction; Bradford is their man.
2
Detroit Lions Ndamukong Suh
DT
Nebraska Not a cure-all, but Suh certainly is a step in the right direction; still think trading out is a strong possibility.
3
Tampa Bay Buccaneers Gerald McCoy
DT
Oklahoma Big help against the run and can get to the QB
4
Washington Redskins Russell Okung
OT
Oklahoma State They landed their QB, so it's time to protect him.
5
Kansas City Chiefs Bryan Bulaga
OT
Iowa Trade down or Eric Berry?
6
Seattle Seahawks Eric Berry
S
Tennessee OT is their No. 1 priority; Anthony Davis a possibility, but Berry is too good to pass up.
7
Cleveland Browns C.J. Spiller
RB
Clemson Team can go any direction; CB no longer a need. I expect them to trade down if someone is willing to move up.
8
Oakland Raiders Trent Williams
OT
Oklahoma Al Davis can be unpredictable, but Williams fits one of their biggest needs.
9
Buffalo Bills Jimmy Clausen
QB
Notre Dame OT a possibility. Not sold on Clausen to the Bills, since they reportedly prefer a more athletic quarterback.
10
Jacksonville Jaguars Mike Iupati
OG
Idaho A lot of options, but why not improve what you already do best and what your team is built around?
11
Denver Broncos (from Chicago Bears) Rolando McClain
ILB
Alabama Best 3-4 ILB in the draft - could change if Mario Haggan moves inside and Robert Ayers starts on the strong side
12
Miami Dolphins Brandon Graham
DE/OLB
Michigan Pass-rusher huge need. NT and WR make sense, too.
13
San Francisco 49ers Joe Haden
CB
Florida OT a need, but they can get by until Round 2.
14
Seattle Seahawks (from Denver Broncos) Anthony Davis
OT
Rutgers SEA desperately needs a LT - Williams may be gone by this pick, though.
15
New York Giants Sean Weatherspoon
LB
Missouri Can play middle or OLB; great fit - tackle machine
16
Tennessee Titans Derrick Morgan
DE
Georgia Tech Kyle Vanden Bosch is gone; TEN needs to get to the QB more often. Jason Pierre-Paul instead?
17
San Francisco 49ers (from Carolina Panthers) Earl Thomas
FS
Texas Dashon Goldson can play both safety positions. Much like with SF's No. 13 pick, I think they can wait on OT.
18
Pittsburgh Steelers Dan Williams
NT
Tennessee NT not a high priority, but I keep coming back to Williams fitting well with the Steelers. CB a strong possibility
19
Atlanta Falcons Jason Pierre-Paul
DE
South Florida Jamaal Anderson isn't a pass rusher, and John Abraham is one year closer to retiring. OLB instead?
20
Houston Texans Dez Bryant
WR
Oklahoma State HOU needs another playmaker at WR; Owen Daniels may not return at 100 percent, too; RB can wait - add a big body in Round 2
21
Cincinnati Bengals Jahvid Best
RB
California Gives CIN a change-of-pace to Cedric Benson and a home run threat their running game doesn't have.
22
New England Patriots Sergio Kindle
OLB
Texas Patriots need a pass-rushing OLB; Kindle brings a lot to the table and seems to fit the type of player BB and Co. target.
23
Green Bay Packers Kyle Wilson
CB
Boise State Best player available is GB's style, but Wilson also fills a big need.
24
Philadelphia Eagles Kareem Jackson
CB
Alabama CB depth is a must. LB help will be considered, too, as will safety depth. Taylor Mays? Patrick Robinson?
25
Baltimore Ravens Carlos Dunlap
DE
Florida WR no longer a concern; a top-notch cornerback still is, though. Still, Dunlap helps fill a big need.
26
Arizona Cardinals Jerry Hughes
OLB
TCU Arizona needs a 3-4 OLB pass-rushing specialist to groom after adding Joey Porter. Clark Haggans isn't getting any younger, either.
27
Dallas Cowboys Bruce Campbell
OT
Maryland Need a replacement for Flozell Adams; could groom Campbell for a year behind Doug Free.
28
San Diego Chargers Ryan Mathews
RB
Fresno State Mathews is the most complete back. Terrence Cody? SD can go in a number of directions: NT, OT, CB
29
New York Jets Jared Odrick
DE/NT
Penn State Versatile player - fits their 3-4 DE need
30
Minnesota Vikings Patrick Robinson
CB
Florida State Whether it's Robinson, Devin McCourty or another, CB makes a lot of sense.
31
Indianapolis Colts Brian Price
DT
UCLA Cornerback possible?
32
New Orleans Saints Daryl Washington
OLB
TCU Don't be shocked if they draft Jermaine Gresham to replace Jeremy Shockey eventually.
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