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Austin at Kansas State (SAT, AUG 30 7:10 PM ET) • • • Fresno State at USC (SAT, AUG 30 7:30 PM ET) • • • Southern Miss at Mississippi State (SAT, AUG 30 7:30 PM ET) • • • Florida State at Oklahoma State (SAT, AUG 30 8:00 PM ET) • • • UTEP at New Mexico (SAT, AUG 30 8:00 PM ET) • • • North Texas at Texas (SAT, AUG 30 8:00 PM ET) • • • NC Central at East Carolina (SAT, AUG 30 8:00 PM ET) • • • Wisconsin at LSU (SAT, AUG 30 9:00 PM ET) • • • South Dakota at Oregon (SAT, AUG 30 10:30 PM ET) • • • Washington at Hawaii (SAT, AUG 30 10:30 PM ET) • • • Utah State at Tennessee (SUN, AUG 31 7:00 PM ET) • • • SMU at Baylor (SUN, AUG 31 7:30 PM ET) • • • Miami (FL) at Louisville (MON, SEP 1 8:00 PM ET) • • • • • •

53 Three Round 2011 Mock Draft - Final Mock Draft

04-27-2011

Final Mock of the season. My best guess regarding what team's will do in the 2011 NFL Draft. Excludes trades. Be sure to join NFLDraft101.com for a Live Chat Thursday, Friday and Saturday.


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Round 2

PickTeamPosPlayerSchool
1New England PatriotsCStefen WisniewskiPenn State
 Fundamentally sound, versatile lineman for a reloading offensive line.
2Buffalo BillsQBChristian PonderFlorida State
 After passing on Gabbert in round one the Bills select Ponder whom the team coached at the Senior Bowl.
3Cincinnati BengalsQBAndy Dalton #TCU
 With the Carson Palmer era nearing an end the Bengals look to prepare for the future by selecting Dalton. His physical tools are merely adequate but he is a winner with great intangibles.
4Denver BroncosTEKyle Rudolph #Notre Dame
 Top tight end in the draft and an intermediate receiving option to aid quarterback Tim Tebow's development.
5Cleveland BrownsWRTorrey Smith #Maryland
 Speedster who is a good fit for the team's west coast offense.
6Arizona CardinalsDE/34LBJabaal SheardPittsburgh
 After taking a cornerback in round one, the Cardinals address their need for a pass rusher with Sheard.
7Tennessee TitansQBRyan Mallett #Arkansas
 Mallett slides due to character concerns but he is an NFL ready pocket passer who fills the Titans need for a quarterback. His deep passing skill would help open things up for RB Chris Johnson.
8Dallas CowboysCBBrandon Harris #Miami (FL)
 High upside cornerback prospect with the physical tools to develop into a quality starter.
9Washington RedskinsWRJonathan Baldwin #Pittsburgh
 Possessing a rare size/speed combination for a receiver, Baldwin is an elite talent who slides due to attitude concerns.
10Houston TexansDTStephen PaeaOregon State
 Powerful force at the point of attack who has the ability to anchor the Texans 3-4 defense from the nose tackle position.
11Minnesota VikingsQBColin KaepernickNevada
 Strong armed passer with excellent intangibles whom the Vikings can groom as their quarterback of the future.
12Detroit LionsWRRandall Cobb #Kentucky
 Tough, physical receiver in the Anquan Boldin mold who can take advantage of double teams on Calvin Johnson.
13San Francisco 49ersCBRas-I DowlingVirginia
 Injury prone cornerback prospect with good size, speed and coverage ability.
14Denver BroncosILBMartez Wilson #Illinois
 Athletic inside linebacker to team alongside DJ Williams in a rejuventated 4-3 defense.
15St. Louis RamsDTCorey Liuget #Illinois
 Quick penetrator with the pass rush ability that Steve Spagnuolo likes in his defensive linemen.
16Oakland RaidersGRodney HudsonFlorida State
 Athletic guard/center prospect who fills a need along the interior offensive line.
PickTeamPosPlayerSchool
17Jacksonville JaguarsSRahim Moore #UCLA
 A much needed ballhawk in the secondary to help them compete against the Colts and Texans high powered passing attacks.
18San Diego Chargers34LB/OLBJustin Houston #Georgia
 A talented pass rusher with experience playing in the 3-4.
19Tampa Bay BuccaneersCBBrandon Burton #Utah
 High upside corner who fills a need created by Aqib Talib's legal troubles.
20New York GiantsDTMarvin AustinNorth Carolina
 An athletic interior presence with a high ceiling who fills a need along the defensive front.
21Indianapolis ColtsGClint BolingGeorgia
 A versatile, technician who continues the Colts offensive line makeover.
22Philadelphia EaglesOTOrlando FranklinMiami (FL)
 Guard/Tackle with a mean streak who could help upgrade the right side of the Eagles line.
23Kansas City ChiefsWRLeonard HankersonMiami (FL)
 Hard working receiver known for his ability to make plays downfield.
24New Orleans SaintsDEAllen BaileyMiami (FL)
 Not an elite pass rusher but is a powerful presence with the versatility to play defensive end or defensive tackle.
25Seattle SeahawksDTJurrell Casey #USC
 Quick, powerful interior presence whom Pete Carroll knows from his days coaching the Trojans.
26Baltimore RavensWRTitus YoungBoise State
 A much needed deep threat and playmaker for a stale passing attack.
27Atlanta FalconsWRJerrel JerniganTroy
 A speedy playmaker who can help stretch the field and take advantage of the attention given to stopping Roddy White and Michael Turner.
28New England Patriots34LB/OLBChris CarterFresno State
 Undersized defensive end with good motor and a nose for the quarterback whom the Pats will look to upgrade their pass rush.
29San Diego ChargersWRGreg LittleNorth Carolina
 Big, physical receiver with dangerous run after catch ability.
30Chicago BearsDTDrake NevisLSU
 Undersized one gap penetrator who fits the Tampa 2 scheme.
31Pittsburgh SteelersCBCurtis MarshUtah State
 Raw but developing corner with good size/speed combination whose skillset fits the Steelers aggressive scheme.
32Green Bay PackersDTChristian BallardIowa
 Better athlete than football player who has the size and talent to fill the team's need for a five technique.

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