2010 NFL Mock Draft: Part 2

 
Steelers 18. WR Arrelious Benn, Illinois (JR) Incredible size and speed (6' 2" 220 lbs). His upside is off the charts.
Trading Santonio Holmes to the Jets left them thin at receiver. Due to mediocre quarterback play he (Benn) didn't have great stats, but his talent is unmistakable, he ran a nice 4.48 forty at the combine.
Falcons 19. OLB/DE Brandon Graham, Michigan At 6' 1" 272 pounds, Graham doesn't have prototype size, but he is extremely explosive.
Graham has been super productive this year, ranked #1 in the nation with 26 tackles for loss (TFL) and 10.5 sacks.
Texans 20. S Earl Thomas (Soph) This player is fantastic, a ball hawk that can up up and tackle in a flash.
This eligible sophomore recorded 6 interception last year. He possesses terrific ball skills.
Bengals 21. DT Brian Price, UCLA (JR) Very strong, quick and disruptive on the inside. A true playmaker.
Price is quick as a cat and reminds me of Warren Sapp. Price (6' 2" 300 lbs) has recorded an amazing 22.5 TFL and seven sacks this season.
Patriots 22. RB Jahvid Best, California (JR) Best (5' 10" 199 lbs) is extremely productive, strong and fast.
The Patriots need a franchise type running back and Best could be the guy. The fastest running back at the combine: 4.35
Packers 23. OG Mike Iupati, Idaho Iupati is a mammoth (6' 5" 330 lbs) road grader.
Iupati has great feet and uses his hands very well. Might be moved to tackle because he has long arms.
Eagles 24. S Taylor Mays, USC A hard hitting safety that might be moved to linebacker in the NFL.
At 6' 3" 235 pounds Mays hits like a linebacker but runs like a cornerback. Not great in coverage though, to busy looking for the highlight reel collision.
Ravens 25. CB Devin McCourty, Rutgers A late riser up the draft boards, McCourty is 5' 10" 190 pounds and blazing fast.
Both Fabian Washington and Lardarius Webb went down last year with knee injuries.
Cardinals 26. OLB Sergio Kindle, Texas At 6' 3" 250 pounds, he could play end or possibly outside linebacker
Kindle can really come off the edge and get to the quarterback.
Cowboys 27. OT Bruce Campbell, Maryland (JR) At 6' 6" 312 pounds he is the prototypical left tackle in the NFL with superior athletic ability.
They need a left tackle and would be lucky to see Campbell fall down to them. Campbell ran an official 4.85-second 40-yard dash, turned in a 32-inch vertical jump and put up 34 repetitions on the standard 225-pound bench press. A top receiver like Golden Tate is also an option.
Chargers 28. RB Ryan Mathews, Fresno State After losing LT and probably Sproles the Chargers are in dire need of a running back.
At 6' 0" 218 pounds Mathews could give the Bolts a power running game that they haven't had in a while. He was the nations leading rusher in 2009 with 1,808 yards and 19 TDs and he recently ran a 4.45 second forty at the 2010 NFL Scouting Combine.
Jets 29. CB Kyle Wilson, Boise State Wilson is a fast riser after an excellent Senior Bowl. Should run a fast 40 at the combine.
Teamed up with Pro Bowl corner Daryl Revis, the Jets could have a pair of shut down corners. The addition of Santonio Holmes bolsters their receiving corps.
Vikings 30. OG/C Maurkice Pouncey, Florida (JR) Pouncey (6' 4" 304 lbs) is flying up the draft boards and can play center or guard.
C John Sullivan and G Anthony Herrera are average at best.
Colts 31. LB Sean Weatherspoon, Missouri The Spoon shows great range and can upgrade their linebacking corps.
Decent size (6' 2" 242 lbs) and great production. This year he has recorded 104 tackles, 14.5 tackles for loss and 4 sacks.
Saints 32. DE Carlos Dunlap, Florida Unlimited potential but character issues. 6' 6" 280 pounds and ran a 4.67 forty.
A boom or bust prospect.

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