2010 NFL Mock Draft - Part Two

February 16, 2010

NFL Mock Draft Picks 1-16

17. San Francisco
Bruce Campbell, OT, Maryland
Raw, but extremely talented tackle that could be the best blocker in the draft two years down the road. Unbelievable athleticism.

18. Pittsburgh
Charles Brown, OT, USC
Solid blocker with a low floor. Should shore up the blocking for Big Ben, which might help his longevity.

19. Atlanta
Kyle Wilson, CB, Boise State
Physical corner that can play underneath and on an island in man-to-man. Proved he belonged with a great Senior Bowl week.

20. Houston
Dan Williams, NT, Tennessee
With Williams in the fold, the Patriots could move Vince Wilfork to undertackle and have a line that keeps Jerod Mayo and company clean.

21. Cincinnati
Jermaine Gresham, TE, Oklahoma
Gresham is not the best blocker, but will give Carson Palmer a reliable receiving threat down the middle of the field.

22. New England
Maurkice Pouncey, OG/C, Florida
Pouncey would fill an immediate hole at OG or could even compete for the starting center position. Versatility is a hallmark of Patriot drafts.

23. Green Bay
Mike Iupati, OL, Idaho
Versatile lineman that can help shore up the porous Green Bay line immediately. Strong and light on his feet, Iupati can use his hands better.

24. Philadelphia
Carlos Dunlap, DE/OLB, Florida
Enigmatic defender that has all the talent in the world. Needs to up his motor to get the most out of his freakish size and athleticism.

25. Baltimore
Aaron Hernandez, TE, Florida
Pass-catching end that always seems to be able to get open. Not a great blocker at all, but has the ability to create mismatches.

26. Arizona
Brandon Graham, DE/LB, Michigan
Graham could play a variety of positions in the NFL, from DE to OLB, and even SILB if you are patient in his development. Explosive first step.

27. Dallas
Terrence Cody, NT, Alabama
Cody is a risk, but nobody in this draft has the ability to anchor like this Alabama product. A prototypical nose tackle if there ever was one.

28. San Diego
Ryan Matthews, RB, Fresno State
No LT? No problem. Ryan Matthews delivers the other half of the equation that Sproles leaves out: hard-nosed running.

29. New York Jets
Golden Tate, WR, Notre Dame
Solid return man and playmaking receiver for the Irish, Tate will have to improve his route-running to excel at the next level.

30. Minnesota
Devin McCourty, CB, Rutgers
Instant upgrade to the defensive backfield with this talented corner. Good size, ball skills, and speed.

31. Indianapolis
Sergio Kindle, DE, Texas
Undersized for the 4-3 DE position, but that is nothing new for the Colts. Very quick to the ball.

32. New Orleans
Sean Weatherspoon, LB, Missouri
The Giants need tons of help at safety and linebacker. 'Spoon is a warrior that plays faster than he is. With Thomas gone, Mays just isn't the right fit at safety.

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