2010 NFL Mock Draft

April 11, 2010

2010 NFL Mock Draft - Updated 4/19/2010 (Now 3 rounds)

1. St. Louis
Sam Bradford, QB, Oklahoma
Sam Bradford's accuracy will be too much for the Rams to pass up, even though he might not change in 2010. He will, however, be a solid building block for the future.

2. Detroit
Ndamukong Suh, DL, Nebraska
Detroit will be tempted to take Okung here, but Suh is too much of a game-changer to let pass.

3. Tampa Bay
Gerald McCoy, DT, Oklahoma
This should be 1A and 1B, as McCoy is right there with Suh. The Bucs would love to take either one, as their line needs drastic help.

4. Washington
Russell Okung, OT, Oklahoma State
You have to give McNabb a solid line to work with, he can't take the hits like he used to.

5. Kansas City
Eric Berry, S, Tennessee
Playmaking safety in college, but we he could easily become Kansas City's next great cover corner. Amazing ball skills. The Chiefs have obvious needs on the offensive line, but Berry is too good to pass up.

6. Seattle
Bryan Bulaga, OT, Iowa
Latest prospect from Offensive Linemen U. Walter Jones is done. Charlie Whitehurst, or whoever is under center for the Seahawks in 2010 needs a LT. Bulaga is very solid, although with limited upside.

7. Cleveland
Jared Odrick, DL, Penn State
Odrick is a versatile DL that can play in a one-gap or two-gap defense. Very quick off the ball.

8. Oakland
Trent Williams, OT, Oklahoma
The Raiders line is pathetic. Williams is not pathetic. Sounds like a good fit to us anyway.

9. Buffalo
Jimmy Clausen, QB, Notre Dame
Clausen and Pete Carroll go way back. Getting Jimmy at #14 would be a dream scenario for the Seahawks.

10. Jacksonville
CJ Spiller, RB/KR, Clemson
Immediate special-teams impact and a homerun threat on 3rd-down. Should take over for Kevin Faulk if he can improve his blocking.

11. Denver
Rolando McClain, LB, Alabama
Tailor-made for the 3-4 defensive scheme, McClain will hit the ground running from the first snap. Great instincts, size, and fundamentals.

12. Miami Dolphins
Derrick Morgan, DE, Georgia Tech
Quick-twitch explosive athlete that will provide the Dolphins with a rusher like they haven't seen since the old Jason Taylor.

13. San Francisco
Jason Pierre-Paul, DE, USF
Freak of nature athlete that the Bucs will fall in love with at the NFL Combine. If they can't consummate a trade up with the Rams, which we give about a 2% chance of happening, JPP may be their guy.

14. Seattle
Joe Haden, CB, Florida
Haden is a gifted corner that can play in the press or off. Good in run support as well. Don't let his combine 40 times fool you.

15. New York Giants
Earl Thomas, S, Texas
Thomas would instantly upgrade the Giants iffy secondary. Natural ballhawk that can play corner as well.

16. Tennessee
Dez Bryant, WR, Oklahoma State
Explosive return man as well as being a true #1 option. Will free things up for the running game and VY.

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