2013 NFL Draft – Mock Draft – 2/26/13

Ezekiel Ansah, Daniel Sorensen, Bronson Kaufusi

1.01 KC Luke Joeckel OT Texas AM
1.02 JAX Sharrif Floyd DT Florida
1.03 OAK Geno Smith QB West Virginia
1.04 PHI Eric Fisher OT CMU
1.05 DET Dee Milliner CB Alabama
1.06 CLE Bjoern Werner DE FSU
1.07 ARI Lane Johnson OT Oklahoma
1.08 BUF Cordarrelle Patterson WR Tennessee
1.09 NYJ Dion Jordan DE Oregon
1.1 TEN Kenny Vaccarro S Texas
1.11 SD Chance Warmack OG Alabama
1.12 MIA Sheldon Richardson DT Missouri
1.13 TB Desmond Trufant CB Washington
1.14 CAR Star Lotulelei DT Utah
1.15 NO Ekeziel Ansah DE BYU
1.16 STL Jon Cooper OG UNC
1.17 PIT Eddie Lacy RB Alabama
1.18 DAL Barkevious Mingo DE LSU
1.19 NYG DJ Fluker OT Alabama
1.2 CHI Kyle Long OT Oregon
1.21 CIN Alec Ogletree LB Georgia
1.22 STL DeAndre Hopkins WR Clemson
1.23 MIN Tavon Austin WR West Virginia
1.24 IND Jarvis Jones LB Georgia
1.25 ARI (SEA)* Tyler Bray QB Tennessee
1.26 GB Johnthan Banks CB Mississippi State
1.27 HOU Justin Hunter WR Tennessee
1.28 DEN Jesse Williams DT Alabama
1.29 NE Xavier Rhodes CB FSU
1.3 ATL Margus Hunt DE SMU
1.31 BUF (SF)* EJ Manuel QB FSU
1.32 BAL Johnathan Cyprien S FIU

*Proposed trades between ARI and SEA, and between BUF and SF.

**If those trades (somehow) don’t happen, SEA would select Zavier Gooden LB Missouri. SF would select Logan Ryan CB Rutgers


4 responses to “2013 NFL Draft – Mock Draft – 2/26/13

  1. Oh heck no! The Bears WILL NOT DRAFT A late-2nd round tackle in round 1! They can get him in round 2! At that point they’re getting Ogletree or Eifert.

    • I’m not a huge fan of Long’s but he’s much better than late-2nd round, in my opinion. He had a great combine, put out solid tape from a technical standpoint and has no real physical limitations. Offensive tackle is one of those positions that always notches an extra guy or two in the first round, and after the Big 4 of Joeckel, Fisher, Johnson and Fluker, Long has the best combination of upside, experience, athleticism, size and technique to “reached” for, even though I’d consider it a light reach if a reach at all. I like the Eifert pick, though. I hadn’t thought of that, but it makes a ton of sense. Ogletree would be a great fit, too. I just think the offensive line is more pressing than the linebacking group, considering the beating Jay Cutler’s taken over the years. Thanks for reading.

    • Thanks for the comment. I think you’re exactly right about the trade partner. I didn’t think about that. I finished the entire round as it exists, then found the two late teams whose picks I liked the least and replaced them with the QB-needy teams I think most likely to trade back up. I’ll get another one out soon, with the combine ending, and I’ll have another stolen slot for the Cards. Thanks for reading.

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