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JJ's Mock Draft

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    1 JJ's Mock Draft on Mon Feb 25, 2013 10:19 pm

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    1 Kansas City Chiefs- Geno Smith QB (WV)

    The Chiefs need a Qb, there have been talks that they will try to get Alex Smith, but i feel Geno smith would fit better in Andy Reid's offensive system.

    2 Jacksonville Jaguars- Barkevious Mingo DE (LSU)

    The Jags need help defensively and Mingo has the intangibles to be great in the NFL, but he is a bit of a risk especially at the number two selection. Mingo is a boom or bust candidate, but the Jags will hope for the boom.

    3 Oakland Raiders- Shariff Floyd DT (UF)

    Oakland is losing a star in Richard Seymour, Floyd is the best option in the draft to do just that.

    4 Philadelphia Eagles- Luke Joeckel OT (TAMU)

    The Eagles need to protect Vick, and Joeckel is the top lineman in the draft this season.

    5 Detroit Lions- Dee Milliner CB (BAMA)

    The Lions have needed a corner for years, Milliner is a great CB out of Alabama and could easily be a top corner in Detroit.

    6 Cleveland Browns- Jarvis Jones LB (UGA)

    The Browns new DC likes to blitz, and Jones has the skills to be a great pass rusher in the NFL as he had the most sacks in the nation.

    7 Arizona Cardinals- Eric Fisher OT (CMU)

    The Cardinals need serious help at the o-line position, especially if Kolb takes the helm for good because he does not fair well under pressure. Fisher has the potential to be great as a lineman and may wel do just that in Arizona.

    8 Buffalo Bills- Damontre Moore DE (TAMU)

    The Bills paid a lot of money for a d-line that failed them last year, although they showed some promise down the stretch. Moore is that one piece that could but them as a very dangerous pass rushing team.

    9 New York Jets- Cordarrelle Patterson WR (TENN)

    The Jets may lose Santonio Holmes this off-season and will find themselves lacking a decent WR, they are also lacking at QB but there are not many top prospects to be found this year. Patterson will do well to fill the void that Holmes would leave.

    10 Tennessee Titans- Chance Warmack OG (BAMA)

    Possibly the best guard any draft has seen in quite a while, Warmack will open up holes for CJ2K and will also help Locker stay healthy.

    11 San Diego Chargers- Lane Johnson OT (OU)

    The fastest lineman in the draft this year, Johnson has the potential to be a very good lineman in the NFL. The Chargers need to get the pressure off of Rivers and drafting this kid would be a great start.

    12 Miami Dolphins- Xavier Rhodes CB (FSU)

    The Dolphins are losing their best corner in Sean Smith this off-season and will need a replacement, Xavier Rhodes has the potential to be that guy for them.

    13 Tampa Bay Buccaneers- Jonathan Banks CB (Miss St.)

    The Bucs need help in their secondary, mainly at there cornerback position and this three year starter has great size and strength to be an instant starter in the NFL.

    14 Carolina Panthers- Sheldon Richardson DT (Mizzou)

    The Panthers need a dominant defensive lineman, Richardson is a good prospect. He is a very athletic defensive lineman and will help the Panthers defensively.

    15 New Orleans Saints- Bjoern Werner DE (LSU)

    The Saints could definitely use the defensive help after being the worst defense statistically last season. Werner is a very good Defensive End who has the ability to rush the passer and stuff the run.

    16 St. Louis Rams- Kenny Vaccaro SS (Texas)

    The Rams could use a safety that can cover the back and Vaccaro brings just that. He is a converted corner out of Texas and has good speed and strength.

    17 Pittsburgh Steelers DeAndre Hopkins WR (Clem)

    Hopkins has great ability at WR setting records in his junior year, the Steelers may lose Mike Wallace this off-season, but Hopkins has the athleticism and skills to be the number 2 right away in Pittsburgh behind Antonio Brown.

    18 Dallas Cowboys Jonathan Hankins DT (OSU)

    The Cowboys are switching to a 4-3 style, and with questions about Star Lotulelei's health, Hankins is the next best DT on the board. Hankins is a big physical lineman and will definitely help anchor the Cowgirls new system.

    19 New York Giants D.J. Fluker OL (BAMA)

    The Giants GM loves to keep his o and d lines young and dominant, FLuker will help continue that trend.

    20 Chicago Bears Zach Ertz TE (STAN)

    The Bears already have a number 1 wideout in Marshall and will add to that by drafting a legitimate TE threat down the middle in Ertz.

    21 Cincinnati Bengals Arthur Brown LB (Kansas)

    The Bengals need some defensive help and Brown can provide that, although small in stature he makes up for it in intense play.

    22 St. Louis Rams Keenan Allen WR (CAL)

    The Rams may lose Danny Amendola this off-season and have few if any talented WRs outside of that.

    23 Minnesota Vikings Star Lotulelei DT (Utah)

    There is a major question about his health but if he is cleared he will move up on my draft board. The Vikings Kevin Williams is no longer a force in the middle and they will look to replace him.

    24 Indianapolis Colts Desmond Trufant CB (Wash)

    The Colts surprised everyone this season by preforming well above expectations but if they want to make it further they are going to need defensive help and that starts here with Trufant.

    25 Seattle Seahawks Dion Jordan DE (Oregon)

    The Seahawaks pass rush faltered after a Chris Clemons injury and if last year showed us anything Pete Carroll loves his pass rush and would want to bolster it once more in this years draft.

    26 Green Bay Packers Kevin Minter LB (LSU)

    Mati Te'o did not impress in the combine and that bodes well for Minter. The Pack need linebacker help.

    27 Houston Texans Tavon Austin WR (WV)

    Houston is still looking for the number two guy nest to Andre Johnson and Austin could be that guy.

    28 Denver Broncos Alec Ogletree LB (UGA)

    The Broncos could use a star middle linebacker and Ogletree is just that kind of guy.

    29 New England Patriots Robert Woods WR (USC)

    The Patriots have an aging WR corps and adding youth to it would more than likely be in their best interests.

    30 Atlanta Falcons Robert Alford CB (Southern LA)

    The Falcons will keep Gonzalez for another year but will lose CB Brent Grimes, Alford is a decent replacement for Grimes.

    31 San Fransisco 49ers John Cyprien SS (FIU)

    The 49ers could use a safety of Cyprien's caliber, he is hard hitting and smart and will fill out the niners occasional void nicely.

    32 Baltimore Ravens Shayne Skov LB (STAN)

    Ray Lewis is gone and they will be looking for a replacement. Skov was a brilliant LB out of Stanford and although he may not fill the shoes of Lewis he will do well enough to warrant being drafted in the first round.

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