View Full Version : 2011 2 Round Mock Draft

03-25-2011, 03:36 PM
Round 1

1. CAR: Blaine Gabbert QB-Missouri
2. DEN: Marcell Dareus DT-Alabama
3. BUF: Von Miller OLB-Texas A&M
4. CIN: A.J. Green WR-Georgia
5. ARI: Cam Newton QB-Auburn
6. CLE: Da'quan Bowers DE-Clemson
7. SF: Patrick Peterson CB-LSU
8. TEN: Nick Fairley DT-Auburn
9. DAL: Cam Jordan DE-California
10. WSH: Prince Amukamara CB-Nebraska
11. HOU: Robert Quinn OLB-North Carolina
12. NE: J.J. Watt DE-Wisconsin (From Minnesota)
13. DET: Tyron Smith OT-USC
14. STL: Julio Jones WR-Alabama
15. MIA: Mark Ingram RB-Alabama
16. JAX: Ryan Kerrigan DE-Purdue
17. IND: Anthony Castanzo OT-Boston College (From Minnesota)
18. SD: Justin Houston OLB-Georgia
19. NYG: Corey Liuget DT-Illinois
20. TB: Aldon Smith DE-Missouri
21. KC: Derrek Sherrod OT-Mississippi St
22. MIN: Jake Locker QB-Washington
23. PHI: Mike Pouncey G/C-Florida
24. NO: Adrian Clayborn DE-Iowa
25. SEA: Ryan Mallett QB-Arkansas
26. BAL: Brandon Harris CB-Miami
27. ATL: Gabe Carimi OT-Wisconsin
28. NE: Akeem Ayers OLB-UCLA
29. CHI: Jonathon Baldwin WR-Pittsburgh
30. NYJ: Muhammad Wilkerson DE-Temple
31. PIT: Aaron Williams CB-Texas
32. GB: Nate Solder OT-Colorado

Round 2

33. NE: Ben Ijalana T/G-Villanova
34. BUF: Cameron Heyward DE-Ohio St
35. CIN: Rahim Moore FS-UCLA
36. DEN: Jimmy Smith CB-Colorado
37. CLE: Torrey Smith WR-Maryland
38. ARI: Brooks Reed OLB-Arizona
39. TEN: Allen Bailey DE-Miami
40. DAL: Stephen Wisniewski C/G-Penn St
41. WSH: Leonard Hankerson WR-Miami
42. HOU: Phil Taylor NT-Baylor
43. MIN: Stephen Paea DT-Oregon St
44. DET: Bruce Carter OLB-North Carolina
45. SF: Martez Wilson OLB-Illinois
46. DEN: Kyle Rudolph TE-Notre Dame
47. STL: Danny Watkins OG-Baylor
48. OAK: Ras I-Dowling CB-Virginia
49. JAX: Mason Foster OLB-Washington
50. SD: Christian Ballard DE-Iowa
51. TB: Titus Young WR-Boise St
52. NYG: Damarcus Love T/G-Arkansas
53. IND: Rodney Hudson C.G-Florida St
54. PHI: Drake Nevis DT-LSU
55. KC: Jareell Powe NT-Ole Mis
56. NO: Mike Leshoure RB-Illinois
57. SEA: Marvin Austin DT-North Carolina
58. BAL: Randall Cobb WR-Kentucky
59. ATL: Sam Acho DE-Texas
60. NE: Ryan Williams RB-Virginia Tech
61. SD: Jerrell Jernigan Wr-Troy
62. CHI: Marcus Gilbert T/G-Florida
63. PIT: Demarco Murray RB-Oklahoma
64. GB: Johnny Patrick CB-Louisville

Pat Sims 90
03-25-2011, 04:49 PM
Green is fine in the 1st but i would rather see Peterson if he there.

The Bengals wont need to take 2 WR epically in back to back rounds give them OL or QB in the 2nd

03-25-2011, 04:52 PM
This would be a dream come true for the Vikings.

Matthew Jones
03-25-2011, 06:01 PM
Mediocre Patriots draft. Not great or awful, somewhere in between. I don't think the Patriots will draft J.J. Watt. He's an underclassman, doesn't have the best anchor vs. the run, and the Patriots haven't drafted a Tom Condon client in 7 years. I definitely think someone like Muhammad Wilkerson with more size and experience playing end in a 3-4 base would be more appealing, especially because they could get someone like that later on in the draft. Ayers seems like a pretty good pick, but I'd rather take Nate Solder at that point as best player available. I think he could appeal to New England, a team with terrific coaching and a great strength program that can afford to let him sit on the bench behind Matt Light short-term. I like Ijalana from what I've seen of him, but I've heard there are potential "love of the game" issues with him, and he doesn't have a killer instinct, so I might go elsewhere. Ryan Williams doesn't seem likely - he's a sophomore, has injury concerns, doesn't offer much receiving or blocking, and doesn't have the frame to run between the tackles. I'd go with something like:

1. Aldon Smith
1. Muhammad Wilkerson
2. Cameron Heyward
2. John Moffitt

03-25-2011, 06:09 PM
I would be absolutely shocked if the Bears took a receiver in the first round, so Baldwin is a bad pick. Wilkerson or Ijalana would be more likely picks. As for the trades, I'd like to see the details on those.

03-25-2011, 07:47 PM
Ingram is good.

03-25-2011, 08:24 PM
heyward over clayborne although clayborne is not a bad pick

throw a dart at a phonebook and youll have a better pick than leshoure for the saints, just terrrible, no need nor fit, just a gutwrenchingly bad pick

03-25-2011, 09:15 PM
Ponder > Martez Wilson and that would be a killer two round mock!Also second round is way to early for Wilson even tho I like him as a ILB but to early.

Scotty D
03-25-2011, 11:26 PM
Smith and Carter are solid Lion picks. I think its a lot of risk but they have a lot of potential and are positions of need.