2. Jacksonville -- Bjoern Werner, DE, FSU
3. Oakland -- Damontre Moore, DE, Texas AM
4. Philadelphia -- Star Lotulelei, DT, Utah
5. Detroit -- Jarvis Jones, OLB, Georgia
6. Cleveland -- Barkevious Mingo, DE/OLB, LSU
7. Arizona -- Geno Smith, QB, WVU
8. Buffalo -- Tyler Wilson, QB, Arkansas
9. NYJ -- Chance Warmack, OG, Bama
10. Tennessee -- Sheldon Richardson, DT, Missouri
11. San Diego -- Dee Milliner, CB, Bama
12. Dolphins -- Jonathan Cooper, OG, UNC
13. Tampa Bay -- Johnthan Banks, CB, Miss St.
14. Carolina -- Kenny Vaccaro, Safety, Texas
15. New Orleans -- Dion Jordan, DE, Oregon
16. St. Louis -- Eric Fisher, OT, Central Michigan
17. Pittsburgh -- Manti Te'o, ILB, Notre Dame
18. Dallas -- Johnthan Hankins, DT, Ohio State
19. NYG -- Ezekiel Ansah, DE, BYU
20. Chicago -- Alec Ogletee, LB, Georgia
21. Cincinatti -- Keenan Allen, WR, Cal
22. St. Louis -- Matt Elam, SS, Florida
23. Minnesota -- Sylvester Williams, DT, UNC
24. Indianapolis -- Johnathan Jenkins, Georgia
25. Seattle -- Zach Ertz, TE, Stanford
26. Green Bay -- Barrett Jones, OG, Bama
27. Houston -- Tyler Eifert, TE, Notre Dame
28. Denver -- Sam Montgomery, DE, LSU
29. New England -- Tavon Austin, WR, WVU
30. Atlanta -- Shariff Floyd, DT, Florida
31. San Francisco -- Kawann Short, DT, Purdue
32. Baltimore -- Cordarelle Patterson, WR, Tennessee
First -- Cordarelle Patterson -- Patterson is probably my 2nd favorite WR in the draft. He possesses an elite combination of size and speed and is electric when he has the ball. 10 combined TDs in his first year at Tennesse as a junior college transfer, he quickly became an integral part of the offense not just as a pass catcher but also as a backfield threat. He scored TDs on a punt return, KO return, Rushes, and Receptions. While he does not have a large body of work catching only 48 passes, his skill jumps of the film. A very fluid player he is capable of running a complete route tree and possesses the ability to get in and out of breaks quickly. Patterson is a physical player and also nifty in the open field, frequently forcing missed tackles.
Second -- Margus Hunt, DE, SMU -- There is a chance Hunt is still on the board in the back end of the second round. An excellent athlete, Hunt also possesses elite size at 6'7, 280 lbs and could come in and play the 5-tech immediately. Hunt is a disruptive force and his massive wingspan, 82", gives him a great advantage over lineman.
Third -- Khaseem Greene, LB, Rutgers -- Greene is a bit undersized but he is a heck of a playmaker both in pass coverage and against the run. He possesses excellent speed and is a physical tackler.
Fourth -- DJ Swearinger, Safety, South Carolina -- Swearinger is an underrated player that has the versatility to play multiple DB positions. He shows leadership and passion on the field of play to go along with his playmaking ability.
Fourth (comp) -- Ricky Wagner, OT, Wisconsin -- He protected Russell Wilson's blidside in 2011 and has experience starting on both sides. Good combination of size to go along with athleticism, Wagner could be a late round steal. He doesnt possess great quickness, but is solid in technique.
Fifth -- Kwame Geathers, DT, Georgia -- Geathers is another player that seems to be flying under the radar. He hasnt been a fulltime starter but shows impressive movement skills for a man his size, 6'5, 355. Doesnt always play with a consistent pad level and can be knocked back at times, but the raw upside is too much to pass on.
Fifth (comp) -- Michael Williams, TE, Bama -- Williams should be able to come in and help out as a blocking TE immediately. Good size and decent ball skills also could mean Williams could develop into a decent receiver as well.
6th -- Meshak Williams, OLB, KSU -- Much less heralded than his running mate, Arthur Brown, Williams also had an impressive season for Kansas State. He finished the season with 9.5 sacks and double digit TFL. Average size and speed may limit his upside, but he flashes the ability to be at minimum a situational pass-rusher at the next level.
6th (comp) -- Tyrann Mathieu, DB, LSU -- I think Mathieu could go as early as the 3rd or he could go compeltely undrafted. He has rare playmaking skills both as a defender and kick returner, Mathieu is another guy with crazy upside, but character concerns and underwhelming coverage skills knock him.
7th -- BPA
Edited by gabefergy, 14 January 2013 - 11:42 PM.