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Zach Bohner Three Round 2012 Mock Draft - Zach's Final Mock


For my final mock of the year, I decided to go no holds barred. This is exactly how I expect the draft to play out. Obviously, it won't play out exactly like this, but everything I've included is a very real possibility in my opinion. There are trades involved, and they will be explained as we go.

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Round 2

1Baltimore RavensCPeter Konz #Wisconsin
 (from Rams via trade 1.29) Baltimore will probably take Konz even if they don't move back. He's a great value at the top of the second round.
2Kansas City ChiefsQBBrandon WeedenOklahoma State
 (from Colts) Thanks to trading down in the first, the Chiefs have the ammo to move up in the second to take Brandon Weeden before the Browns have the opportunity to take him. The Chiefs have one of the best offenses in the league with the exception of the quarterback position. Matt Cassel has failed to get the job done. The Chiefs will jump at the opportunity to select him if given the opportunity. In this trade the Chiefs sent two picks to the Colts: 2.19 and 3.11.
3Minnesota VikingsCBJanoris JenkinsNorth Ala.
 The Vikings have lost their top three cornerbacks from last season. They will address this need early in the draft. Jenkins is one of the most talented corners in the draft, but he will slip due to his questionable character.
4Tampa Bay BuccaneersOLBLavonte DavidNebraska
 Tampa Bay needs to get stronger at the linebacker position. Lavonte David will have a long, productive career with the Bucs.
5Cleveland BrownsOTMike AdamsOhio State
 After missing out on Weeden due to the Chiefs trading up, the Browns take Mike Adams as a consolation prize.
6Jacksonville JaguarsDT/DEJerel Worthy #Michigan State
 Worthy could possibly go in the first round. Due to there being so many quality DTs, he falls to the top of the second. Jacksonville needs to strengthen its defensive line, so he fills a major need.
7St. Louis RamsDTAlameda Ta'amuWashington
 (from Redskins) The Rams need a big run stuffing defensive tackle to put next to Kendall Langford. Ta'amu is an underrated prospect that will go higher than most draftniks have him slotted.
8Carolina PanthersWRStephen Hill #Georgia Tech
 There is a very real possibility that Hill goes in the back half of the first round. He would have gone to the Texans if Randle wasn't available.
9Buffalo BillsWRAlshon Jeffery #South Carolina
 The Bills need to add another receiver to take some of the pressure off of Steve Johnson. Having a solid second receiver will take pressure off of their dynamic run game, as well.
10Miami DolphinsTEDwayne Allen #Clemson
 Teams look to add a safety valve for rookie quarterbacks, whether that's a receiver, tackle or tight end. Dwayne Allen will be a major upgrade over Anthony Fasano and become a favorite target for new quarterback Ryan Tannehill.
11Seattle SeahawksDTDontari Poe #Memphis
 Poe finally is selected. I made a bold prediction on twitter late last week that Alameda Ta'amu would be picked higher than Poe and that neither would go on day one. I'm standing behind my claim with this selection. Poe had a tremendous combine, but he doesn't show up on tape. He has the ability to be dominant, but we didn't see that when he was at Memphis. If he puts more effort into his game, this could be the steal of the draft.
12Kansas City ChiefsGKevin ZeitlerWisconsin
 The Chiefs moved up to get Brandon Weeden already. Now they take a player to protect him.
13Jacksonville JaguarsDE/34LBVinny CurryMarshall
 (from Cowboys via trade 1.07) The Jaguars continue to bolster their offensive line with this selection. At some point they also will need to address their offensive line.
14Philadelphia EaglesWRMohamed Sanu #Rutgers
 The Eagles have a great roster. It really underperformed last year, but there are high quality players there. One need they have is receiver. The just extended DeSean Jackson, but he has been a cancer for them. Now that he has had his big payday, he will go back to taking plays off. Sanu will be great insurance in case that happens. He will be a solid third option at receiver for them.
15Cleveland BrownsRBDavid Wilson #Virginia Tech
 (from Jets via trade 1.04) The Browns finally take the running back that they so desperately need. Browns fans want Trent Richardson in a bad way, but it would be hard to deny that a trade back that nets them Justin Blackmon, David Wilson, 5.19 and next year's first round pick from the Jets wouldn't be worth passing on him.
16New England PatriotsDTBrandon ThompsonClemson
 (from Raiders) The Patriots continue to build up their front seven with a player that could go in the first round.
17San Diego ChargersRBChris Polk #Washington
 The Chargers have nothing behind Ryan Mathews. Polk will be a good compliment and be able to sufficiently spell him when needed.
18Chicago BearsILBBobby WagnerUtah State
 The Bears have an aging linebacker corps, so infusing some youth is necessary at some point in this draft.
19Indianapolis ColtsDT/DEKendall ReyesConnecticut
 (from Cardinals)(from Eagles via trade 1.11)(from Chiefs via trade 2.02) This pick has changed hands so many times, it's becoming confusing. The Colts need to add some players that can play in their new 3/4 defense. Reyes will be a phenomenal five technique for them.
20Tennessee TitansDE/34LBShea McClellinBoise State
 McClellin is one of the players that hasn't gotten a lot of hype over the last few weeks. I don't buy into last minute hype about the draft. He's been slotted as a second or third round guy for months, and that's where he's staying on my board. The Titans need to help their pass rush, and McClellin fits the bill.
21Cincinnati BengalsDE/34LBRonnell Lewis #Oklahoma
 I really like Ronnell Lewis. After trading Keith Rivers to the Giants, the Bengals found themselves with a hole at linebacker. Lewis will be a solid player for them and produce as a rookie.
22Detroit LionsCBJayron Hosley #Virginia Tech
 Detroit has a big need at safety, but they always select the best player available. It's hard to tell who that is on their board at this time, but he's the best player left on my board.
23Atlanta FalconsDECam JohnsonVirginia
 Atlanta could use some help at defensive end. Johnson is a player that is all over the place on evaluators' boards. I've seen him with first, second and third round grades. I think he ends up going in the middle of the second.
24Pittsburgh SteelersDT/DEJared CrickNebraska
 Crick is a first round talent with a questionable injury history. He's the type of powerful player that Pittsburgh loves, though, so he's a good value with this selection.
25Denver BroncosCBJamell FlemingOklahoma
 Denver needs some youth in their secondary, especially with Brian Dawkins announcing his retirement earlier today.
26Houston TexansOTMitchell SchwartzCalifornia
 After the Texans cut Eric Winston, it became important for them to find a quality replacement. Mitchell Schwartz could become a day one starter for Houston.
27New Orleans Saints   
 (forfeited for Bounty Program)
28Green Bay PackersCBBrandon BoykinGeorgia
 Green Bay had a terrible pass defense last year. Adding Boykin to their secondary will be a good help.
29Baltimore RavensSHarrison SmithNotre Dame
 The Ravens need to add depth to the safety position. Ed Reed has a history of missing time with various injuries, so this is a solid pick for them.
30San Francisco 49ersDEChandler Jones #Syracuse
 Jones might not seem like a perfect scheme fit for San Francisco, but he's a great value at this point in the draft. He will be good for depth at pass rusher.
31Cleveland BrownsOLBZach BrownNorth Carolina
 (from Patrtiots via trade 1.22) Adding some quality to the linebacker corps will be a minor priority for Cleveland on draft day. Zach Brown is a value too good to pass up at this point.
32New York GiantsOTZebrie SandersFlorida State
 The Giants address another need for depth with this offensive line selection. It isn't a flashy pick, but it's a quality pick.

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