2010 NFL Mock Draft

Updated: 20 April 2010 (Final)

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Team   Player Comments:
Rams 1. QB Sam Bradford, Oklahoma Bradford has a quick release and is extremely accurate.
The Rams need a franchise QB, but passing on Suh would be a huge mistake. I like Bradford in the right system, but the fragile Bradford might not be a good fit behind their porous line.
Lions 2. DT Ndamukong Suh, Nebraska Suh is widely considered the best player in the 2010 NFL Draft, by far.
Suh (6' 4" 305 lbs) is a strong, quick bull rusher and the teams that pass him up will live to regret that decision.
Bucs 3. DT Gerald McCoy, Oklahoma (JR) Very active and nice size (6' 4" 305 lbs), he can be a force on the inside.
Not on the same level as Nebraska's Suh, but he will still be a top five pick for the 2010 NFL Draft.
Redskins 4. OT Russell Okung, OK State Okung can come in right away and start at left tackle. He plays with an attitude.
Okung is a mauler and really sustains his blocks. He has NFL size and is the best offensive tackle on the board. At the combine weighed in at 6' 5" 307 pounds with 36-inch arms.
Chiefs 5. S Eric Berry, Tennessee (JR) Berry is the best safety to enter the draft since former Redskin's Sean Taylor.
The Chiefs will focus on their offensive line in the second round where they have two selections.
Seahawks 6. RB CJ Spiller, Clemson Blazing fast, Spiller can also return kicks and punts and is a heck of a receiver.
Spiller has Chris Johnson type skills. A human highlight film, he is a threat to score every time he touches the ball and is the type of player you can build your offense around.
Browns 7. CB Joe Haden, Florida (JR) Haden is a ball hawk and can also come up an make the spectacular tackle.
Haden (5' 11" 195 lbs) looks like the best corner in a very weak cornerback class. Teamed up with Eric Wright the Browns could have the best cornerback tandem in the league.
Raiders 8. QB Jimmy Clausen, Notre Dame (JR) The Raiders really need to turn the page on JaMarcus Russell, he was a bust.
Clausen has NFL size (6' 3" 222 lbs) and arm strength. Developed by offensive guru Charlie Weis and playing in a pro style offense will help him in the NFL. Small, 9" hands might be a concern.
Bills 9. OT Anthony Davis, Rutgers (JR) This 6' 5" 322 pound offensive lineman is flying up the draft boards.
After he got healthy he started dominating his opponents this year. This is a little early for Davis, but the Bills pull the trigger because of need.
Jags 10. WR Dez Bryant, Oklahoma State (JR) A big play receiver, but he was suspended for 2009 due to NCAA violations.
Missing the season shouldn't hurt him, but he missed the combine and his pro day on March 10th due to a tweaked hamstring. He finally ran, but only managed a 4.55 forty.
Broncos 11. ILB Rolando McCLain, Alabama (JR) From Bears: McCLain (6' 4" 254 lbs) was a major force on the inside for the Tide.
For his size, his speed in unprecedented. The young McClain is fast and strong, he is one of the only linebackers that I have seen run down Florida QB Tim Tebow from behind.
Dolphins 12. DE Jason Pierre-Paul, South Florida (JR) A perfect fit, at 6' 6" 257, he is a supreme pass rusher and has the ability to drop back into coverage.
This season, Pierre-Paul recorded 14.5 TFLs and 5.5 sacks.
49ers 13. DT Dan Williams, Tennessee Very strong, athletic and disruptive. At 6' 3" 327 pounds Williams is a beast.
Williams is still improving and seems to get better each game, very athletic and has very good upside.
Seahawks 14. OT Bryan Bulaga, Iowa (JR) From Denver: Bulaga (6' 6" 312 lbs) is a very good technician, has great feet and uses superior leverage.
Once Bulaga gets into the weight room and gets a little stronger, he could be a dominating NFL offensive lineman.
Giants 15. DE Everson Griffin, USC (JR) At 6' 3" 282 pounds, Griffen will instantly improve the Giants pass rush.
Griffen really stepped up his play this year and has the size and athletic ability to be a elite NFL defensive end. The G-men really need a linebacker but their isn't one worthy of this high of a pick.
Titans 16. DE Derrick Morgan, Georgia Tech (JR) Morgan (6' 4" 275 lbs), recorded 12.5 sacks and 18 TFLs last year.
Got outplayed by Iowa defensive end Adrian Clayborne in the Orange Bowl, but that doesn't take away from his great season.
49ers 17. OT Trent Williams, Oklahoma From Carolina: The prototype right tackle, Williams can anchor well and plays great technique.
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