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New 2013 NFL Mock Draft

Lots of big changes in my newest 2013 NFL Mock Draft. Virginia Tech quarterback Logan Thomas has disappointed, so I have ruled him out at this point as an early entry and he's off the board. I have taken all my running backs out of the first round, not because I think a player like South Carolina's Marcus Lattimore isn't talented, just no in demand compared to the other talent in the draft.

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2014 NFL Mock Draft

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Ranking the Quarterbacks-SEC

The power conference in college football has always been known for dominant defenses, but this year the SEC also boasts a very solid group of quarterbacks, with a few being not only elite college quarterbacks but elite NFL Draft prospects.  Here's how I shake down the SEC signal callers.

The Elite

1. Tyler Wilson, Arkansas-This was close, but I give the nudge to Wilson because while I put him very close to no.2 and no. 3 on this list in terms of college players, I think Wilson is the better NFL prospect and deserves the top spot.  Even with a new head coach, I expect big things from Wilson.

2. Aaron Murray, Georgia-Murray had a very good, albeit quiet year where he threw for 2,861 yards and an impressive 33tds.  This year I expect him to improve on those considerably as he continues to develop as a quarterback.

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2012 Fantasy Football Cheat Sheets-Tight Ends

Fantasy Football Rankings TE’s

1. Rob Gronkowski, New England Patriots Bye-9

2. Jimmy Graham, New Orleans Saints Bye-6

3. Jermichael Finley, Green Bay Packers Bye-10

4. Vernon Davis, San Fransisco 49ers Bye-9

5. Antonio Davis, San Diego Chargers Bye-7

6. Jason Witten, Dallas Cowboys Bye-5

7. Aaron Hernandez, New England Patriots Bye-9

8. Brandon Pettigrew, Detroit Lions Bye-5

9. Jacob Tamme, Denver Broncos Bye-7

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2012 Fantasy Football Cheat Sheets-Wide Receivers

Fantasy Football Rankings-Wide Receivers

1. Calvin Johnson, Detroit Lions Bye-5

2. Andre Johnson, Houston Texans Bye-8

3. Larry Fitzgerald, Arizona Cardinals Bye-10

4. Roddy White, Atlanta Falcons Bye-7

5. Mike Wallace, Pittsburgh Steelers Bye-4

6. Wes Welker, New England Patriots Bye-9

7. Victor Cruz, New York Giants Bye-11

8. AJ Green, Cincinnati Bengals Bye-8

9. Julio Jones, Atlanta Falcons Bye-7

10. Steve Smith, Carolina Panthers Bye-6

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2012 Fantasy Football Cheat Sheets-Running Backs

Fantasy Football Rankings-Running Backs

1. Ray Rice, Baltimore Ravens Bye-8

2. Arian Foster, Houston Texans Bye-8

3. LeSean McCoy, Philadelphia Eagles Bye-7

4. Maurice Jones-Drew, Jacksonville Jaguars Bye-6

5. Chris Johnson, Tennessee Titans Bye-11

6. Ahmad Bradshaw, New York Giants Bye-11

7. Ryan Matthews, San Diego Chargers Bye-7

8. Fred Jackson, Buffalo Bills Bye-8

9. Darren McFadden, Oakland Raiders Bye-5

10. Marshawn Lynch, Seattle Seahawks, Bye-11

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2012 Fantasy Football Cheat Sheets-Quarterbacks

2012 Fantasy Football Rankings-Quarterbacks

1.       Aaron Rogers, Green Bay Packers Bye-10

2.       Matt Stafford, Detroit Lions Bye-5

3.       Tom Brady, New England Patriots Bye-9

4.       Tony Romo, Dallas Cowboys Bye-5

5.       Drew Brees, New Orleans Saints Bye-6

6.       Eli Manning, New York Giants Bye-11

7.       Cam Newton, Carolina Panthers Bye-6

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A never too soon 2013 NFL Mock Draft

1. Minnesota Vikings-Matt Barkley

2. Miami Dolphins-Robert Woods, WR USC

3. Seattle Seahawks-Marcus Lattimore, RB South Carolina

4. Oakland Raiders-Tyler Wilson, QB Arkansas

5. Indianapolis Colts-Jarvis Jones, LB Georgia

6. Jacksonville Jaguars-Alex Okafor, DE Texas

7. Arizona Cardinals-Aaron Murray, QB Georgia

8, New Orleans Saints-Sam Montgomery, DE LSU

9. New York Jets-Manti Te'o, LB Notre Dame

10. San Diego Chargers-Xavier Rhodes, CB Florida State

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2nd Round Mock Draft

2nd round mock draft

 

1. St. Louis Rams-Alshon Jeffery, WR South Carolina

2. Indianapolis Colts-Coby Fleener, TE Stanford

3. Baltimore Ravens-Cordy Glenn, OT Georgia

4. Denver Broncos-Jerel Worthy, DT Michigan State

5. Cleveland Browns-Courtney Upshaw, OLB Alabama

6. Jacksonville Jaguars-Andre Branch, DE Clemson

7. St. Louis Rams-Lamar Miller, RB Miami

8. Carolina Panthers-Stephen Hill, WR Georgia Tech

9. Buffalo Bills-Jonathan Martin, OT Stanford

10. Miami Dolphins-Vinny Curry, DE Marshall

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Instant Analysis-Picks 25-32 2012 NFL Draft

25.  New England Patriots-Dont'a Hightower, LB Alabama-Are you kidding?  It's not right that the Patriots can score a guy like Hightower.  I think he's a Ray Lewis type talent and on the Patriots he's going to be great for a really long time.  LOVE IT!

26. Houston Texans-Whitney Mercilus, DE Illinois-Very smart pick here.  Texans had to get a pass rusher and rather than panic and trade up they sat tight and got their guy.  Explosive and smart with as much upside as any in the draft.  LOVE IT!

27.Cincinnati Bengals-Kevin Zeitler, OG Wisconsin-Funny how the crowd in New York has no idea how to react.  trust me, he's a great player.  He'll start in this league for better than 10 years in any system and plays mad.  You can never go wrong when you play mad.  LOVE IT!

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2012 Draft
Pick Player Pos College
1.28 Nick PerryDE Southern California
2.51 Jerel WorthyDT Michigan State
2.62 Casey HaywardCB Vanderbilt
4.132 Mike DanielsDT Iowa
4.133 Jeron McMillianS Maine
5.163 Terrell ManningILB North Carolina State
7.241 Andrew DatkoOT Florida State
7.243 B.J. ColemanQB Tennessee-Chattanooga

2011 Draft
Pick Player Pos College
1.32 Derek SherrodOT Mississippi State
2.64 Randall CobbWR Kentucky
3.96 Alex GreenRB Hawaii
4.131 Davon HouseCB New Mexico State
5.141 D.J. WilliamsTE Arkansas
6.179 Caleb SchlauderaffOG Utah
6.186 D.J. SmithOLB Appalachian State
6.197 Ricky ElmoreDE Arizona
7.204 Virgil GreenTE Nevada
7.219 Ryan TaylorTE North Carolina
7.235 Lawrence GuyDT Arizona State

2010 Draft
Pick Player Pos College
1.23 Bryan BulagaOT Iowa
2.56 Mike NealDT Purdue
3.71 Morgan BurnettS Georgia Tech
5.154 Andrew QuarlessTE Penn State
5.169 Marshall NewhouseOG Texas Christian
6.193 James StarksRB Buffalo
7.230 C.J. WilsonDE East Carolina

2009 Draft
Pick Player Pos College
1.9 B.J. RajiDT Boston College
1.26 Clay MatthewsOLB Southern Cal
4.109 T.J. LangOG Eastern Michigan
5.145 Quinn JohnsonFB LSU
5.162 Jamon MeredithOT South Carolina
6.182 Jarius WynnDE Georgia
6.187 Brandon UnderwoodCB Cincinnati
7.218 Brad JonesOLB Colorado

2008 Draft
Pick Player Pos College
2.36 Jordy Nelson WR Kansas State
2.56 Brian Brohm QB Louisville
2.60 Pat Lee CB Auburn
3.91 Jermichael Finley TE Texas
4.102 Jeremy Thompson DE Wake Forest
4.135 Josh Sitton OG Central Florida
5.150 Breno Giacomini OT Louisville
6.168 Durant Brooks P Georgia Tech
7.209 Matt Flynn QB Louisiana State
7.217 Brett Swain WR San Diego State

2007 Draft
Pick Player Pos College
1.16 Justin Harrell DT Tennessee
2.63 Brandon Jackson RB Nebraska
3.78 James Jones WR San Jose State
3.89 Aaron Rouse S Virginia Tech
4.119 Allen Barbre OG Missouri Southern State
5.157 David Clowney WR Virginia Tech
6.191 Korey Hall FB Boise State
6.192 Desmond Bishop OLB California
6.193 Mason Crosby K Colorado
7.228 DeShawn Wynn RB Florida
7.243 Clark Harris TE Rutgers

2006 Draft
Pick Player Pos College
1.5 A.J. Hawk OLB Ohio State
2.47 Daryn Colledge OG Boise State
2.52 Greg Jennings WR Western Michigan
3.67 Abdul Hodge OLB Iowa
3.75 Jason Spitz OG Louisville
4.104 Cory Rodgers WR Texas Christian
4.115 Will Blackmon CB Boston College
5.148 Ingle Martin QB Furman
5.165 Tony Moll OG Nevada-Reno
6.183 Johnny Jolly DT Texas A&M
6.185 Tyrone Culver CB Fresno State
7.253 Dave Tollefson DE Northwest Missouri State

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