2013 NFL Mock Draft – 2nd Edition

With the NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis beginning at the end of the week, it is a good time to update my edition of the NFL Mock Draft.

There are some slight changes, based on some off-the-field issues that have popped up in the last few weeks.

If I ran an NFL team right now, I would be dreading this year’s draft.  I would not want to have a top pick, simply because there is so little difference in talent, that I could draft someone with equal talent on day two or three, without having to pay as much.  It is a moving target as to who might be the first overall pick.  Hopefully, the NFL Scouting Combine will provide some separation.

Again, I don’t have West Virginia QB Geno Smith in the first round.  Like before, I do believe that he will get picked in the first round, but I don’t account for trades.  Even with the injury concerns, I still believe Southern California QB Matt Barkley is better suited for NFL success.

First Round:

#1 – Kansas City Chiefs – T Luke Joeckel, Texas A&M

#2 – Jacksonville Jaguars – G Chance Warmack, Alabama

#3 – Oakland Raiders – CB Dee Milliner, Alabama

#4 – Philadelphia Eagles – DT Star Lotulelei, Utah

#5 – Detroit Lions – OLB Jarvis Jones, Georgia

#6 – Cleveland Browns – DE Bjoern Werner, Florida State

#7 – Arizona Cardinals – QB Matt Barkley, Southern California

#8 – Buffalo Bills – DE Damontre Moore, Texas A&M

#9 – New York Jets – T Lane Johnson, Oklahoma

#10 – Tennessee Titans – DE Barkevious Mingo, LSU

#11 – San Diego Chargers – T Eric Fisher, Central Michigan

#12 – Miami Dolphins – WR Keenan Allen, California

#13 – Tampa Bay Buccaneers – DT Sharrif Floyd, Florida

#14 – Carolina Panthers – DT Sheldon Richardson, Missouri

#15 – New Orleans Saints – S Kenny Vaccaro, Texas

#16 – St. Louis Rams – T D.J. Fluker, Alabama

#17 – Pittsburgh Steelers – WR Cordarrelle Patterson, Tennessee

#18 – Dallas Cowboys – DE Datone Jones, UCLA

#19 – New York Giants – DE Ezekiel Ansah, BYU

#20 – Chicago Bears – G Jonathan Cooper, North Carolina

#21 – Cincinnati Bengals – OLB Alec Ogletree, Georgia

#22 – St. Louis Rams (from Washington– DT Jesse Williams, Alabama

#23 – Minnesota Vikings – CB Xavier Rhodes, Florida State

#24 – Indianapolis Colts – CB Desmond Trufant, Washington

#25 – Seattle Seahawks – DE Dion Jordan, Oregon

#26 – Green Bay Packers – RB Eddie Lacy, Alabama

#27 – Houston Texans – WR DeAndre Hopkins, Clemson

#28 – Denver Broncos – DT Johnathan Hankins, Ohio State

#29 – New England Patriots – DT John Jenkins, Georgia

#30 – Atlanta Falcons – DE Alex Okafor, Texas

#31 – San Francisco 49ers – CB Johnthan Banks, Mississippi State

#32 – Baltimore Ravens – ILB Manti Te’o, Notre Dame

Just a reminder, I compiled this completely on my own, and any likeness to any of the real experts is purely coincidental.  If you care to broadcast or re-post this, please at least give credit, to where credit is due.


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