Week Four Mock Draft (2011)

Long over due, yes I know.  I have tabulated all new prospect rankings in the last month and am sure they will change again very soon.  Currently we are picking top-5 (yes I know) but while a down season means more jeers and boos, it also brings a lot of good quality top-end talent to our team.  For instance here we are taking the best Widereceiver in the Nation and a top-3 pass rusher.  If I were to post more of the mock (which I do have) we are also taking a Right Tackle in the Third (Tanner Hawkinson, Kansas), a Corner in the Fourth (Desmond Trufant, Washington), an Offensive Guard in the Fifth ( Amini Silatolu, Midwestern State), and finally a Runningback (Bernard Pierce, Temple) in the Sixth.  With out further delay, to the mock-mobile!

 

 

 

 

 

Round 1

  1. Seattle (1-2) // Andrew Luck, QB Stanford
  2. Indianapolis (0-3)  // Matthew Kalil, OT Southern California
  3. Kansas City (0-3)  // Matthew Barkley, QB Southern California
  4. Jacksonville (1-2)  // Alshon Jeffery, WR South Carolina
  5. Miami (0-3) // Landry “Lance” Jones, QB Oklahoma
  6. Cleveland (2-1)  // Quinton Coples, DE North Carolina
  7. Cincinnati (1-2) // Dre Kirkpatrick, CB Alabama
  8. Arizona (1-2)  // Brandon Jenkins, OLB Florida State
  9. Denver (1-2)  // Morris Claiborne, CB Louisiana State University

10.  St. Louis (0-3)  // Justin Blackmon, WR Oklahoma State

11.  Minnesota (0-3)  // Johnathan Martin, OT Stanford

12.  Tennessee (2-1) // Vontaze Burflict, MLB Arizona State

13.  Carolina (1-2)  // Michael Floyd, WR Notre Dame

14.  Washington (2-1)  // Jared Crick, 5-Tech Nebraska

15.  Houston (2-1) // Alemeda Ta’amu, NT Washington

16.  Cleveland – from Atlanta (1-2)  // Luke Keuchly, MLB Boston College

17.  Chicago (1-2)  // Michael Brewster, C Ohio State

18.  Dallas (2-1)  // Michael Jenkins, CB North Alabama

19.  Oakland (2-1)  // Alfonzo Dennard, CB Nebraska

20.  Philadelphia (1-2)  // Manti Te’O, MLB Notre Dame

21.  San Francisco* (2-1)  // Devin Taylor, OLB South Carolina

22.  San Diego* (2-1)  // Donte Paige-Moss, OLB North Carolina

23.  Buffalo* (3-0)  // Riley Reiff, OT Iowa

24.  New York Giants* (2-1) // Brandon Thompson, UT Clemson

25.  Tampa Bay* (2-1) // Jayron Hosley, CB Viginia Tech

26.  Detroit* (3-0)  // Zach Brown, OLB North Carolina

27.  New York Jets* (2-1) // Bruce Irvin, OLB West Virginia

28.  Pittsburgh* (2-1) // Andrew Datko, OT/OG Florida State

29.  Baltimore* (2-1) // Courtney Upshaw, OLB Alabama

30.  New England – from New Orleans* (2-1)  // Jeff Fuller, WR Texas A&M

31.  New England* (2-1) // Kelechi Osemeli, OG/OT Iowa State

32.  Green Bay* (3-0)  // Johnathan Massaqoui, OLB Troy

Round 2

  1. Seattle (1-2) // Jerel Worthy, UT Michigan State
  2. Indianapolis (0-3) // Nick Foles, QB Arizona
  3. Kansas City (0-3) // Levy Adcock, OT Oklahoma State
  4. Jacksonville (1-2)  // Vinny Curry, DE Marshall
  5. Miami (0-3) // T.J. McDonald, S Southern California
  6. Cleveland (2-1)  // Cliff Harris, CB/R Oregon
  7. Cincinnati (1-2)  // Trent Richardson, RB Alabama
  8. Philadelphia – from Arizona (1-2) // Travis Lewis, OLB Oklahoma
  9. Denver (1-2) // Robert Griffin (III), QB Baylor

10.  St. Louis (0-3)  // Michael Adams, OT Ohio State

11.  Minnesota (0-3)  // Mohammed Sanu, WR Rutgers

12.  Tennessee (2-1)  // Dwight Jones, WR North Carolina

13.  Carolina (1-2) // Coryell Judie, CB Texas A&M

14.  Washington (2-1) // Ryan Tannehill, QB Texas A&M

15.  Houston (2-1) // Markelle Martin, S Oklahoma State

16.  Atlanta (1-2) // Dwayne Allen, TE Clemson

17.  Chicago (1-2) // Cam Johnson, DE Virginia

18.  Dallas (2-1) // Ray Ray Armstrong, S Miami

19.  New England – from Oakland (2-1) // Robert Lester, S Alabama

20.  Philadelphia (1-2) // Nate Potter, OT/OG Boise State

21.  San Francisco* (2-1) // Ryan Broyles, WR Oklahoma

22.  San Diego* (2-1) // Bob Massie, OT Ole Miss

23.  Buffalo* (3-0) // Don’t’a Hightower, ILB Alabama

24.  New York Giants* (2-1) // Orson Charles, TE Georgia

25.  Tampa Bay* (2-1) // Lavonte David, OLB Nebraska

26.  Detroit* (3-0) // Chase Minniefield, CB Virginia

27.  New York Jets* (2-1) // Cordy Glen, OG Georgia

28.  Pittsburgh* (2-1) // David DeCastro, OG Stanford

29.  Baltimore* (2-1) // Peter Konz, C Wisconsin

30.  New Orleans* (2-1) // Ronnell Lewis, OLB Oklahoma

31.  New England* (2-1) // Ben Jones, C Georgia

32.  Green Bay* (3-0)  // Billy Winn, 5-Tech Boise State

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