• • • Declared Underclassmen • • • 2015 Senior Bowl Preview • • • • • • NFL Games: • • • Philadelphia 14 Detroit 45 (FINAL) • • • Carolina 33 Dallas 14 (00:00 IN 4TH) • • • Chicago 17 Green Bay 13 (00:00 IN 4TH) • • • Oakland at Tennessee (1:00 PM ET) • • • Buffalo at Kansas City (1:00 PM ET) • • • Tampa Bay at Indianapolis (1:00 PM ET) • • • NY Giants at Washington (1:00 PM ET) • • • New Orleans at Houston (1:00 PM ET) • • • Minnesota at Atlanta (1:00 PM ET) • • • St. Louis at Cincinnati (1:00 PM ET) • • • San Diego at Jacksonville (1:00 PM ET) • • • Miami at NY Jets (1:00 PM ET) • • • Arizona at San Francisco (4:05 PM ET) • • • Pittsburgh at Seattle (4:25 PM ET) • • • New England at Denver (8:30 PM ET) • • • Baltimore at Cleveland (8:30 PM ET) • • • • • • • • • NCAA Games: • • • Bowling Green 48 Ball State 10 (FINAL) • • • Ohio 26 Northern Illinois 21 (FINAL) • • • South Florida 44 UCF 3 (FINAL) • • • Texas Tech 48 Texas 45 (FINAL) • • • Navy at Houston (FRI, NOV 27 12:00 PM ET) • • • Western Michigan at Toledo (FRI, NOV 27 12:00 PM ET) • • • Miami (FL) at Pittsburgh (FRI, NOV 27 12:00 PM ET) • • • Marshall at Western Kentucky (FRI, NOV 27 12:00 PM ET) • • • Kent State at Akron (FRI, NOV 27 12:00 PM ET) • • • Eastern Michigan at Central Michigan (FRI, NOV 27 1:00 PM ET) • • • Troy at Georgia State (FRI, NOV 27 2:00 PM ET) • • • Missouri at Arkansas (FRI, NOV 27 2:30 PM ET) • • • Iowa at Nebraska (FRI, NOV 27 3:30 PM ET) • • • Washington State at Washington (FRI, NOV 27 3:30 PM ET) • • • Boise State at San Jos? State (FRI, NOV 27 3:30 PM ET) • • • Oregon State at Oregon (FRI, NOV 27 4:00 PM ET) • • • Massachusetts at Buffalo (FRI, NOV 27 4:30 PM ET) • • • Baylor at TCU (FRI, NOV 27 7:30 PM ET) • • • Tulsa at Tulane (FRI, NOV 27 8:00 PM ET) • • • Clemson at South Carolina (SAT, NOV 28 12:00 PM ET) • • • Ohio State at Michigan (SAT, NOV 28 12:00 PM ET) • • • Iowa State at West Virginia (SAT, NOV 28 12:00 PM ET) • • • Cincinnati at East Carolina (SAT, NOV 28 12:00 PM ET) • • • SMU at Memphis (SAT, NOV 28 12:00 PM ET) • • • Indiana at Purdue (SAT, NOV 28 12:00 PM ET) • • • Maryland at Rutgers (SAT, NOV 28 12:00 PM ET) • • • Southern Mississippi at Louisiana Tech (SAT, NOV 28 12:00 PM ET) • • • Florida Atlantic at Old Dominion (SAT, NOV 28 12:00 PM ET) • • • Virginia Tech at Virginia (SAT, NOV 28 12:00 PM ET) • • • Georgia at Georgia Tech (SAT, NOV 28 12:00 PM ET) • • • Louisville at Kentucky (SAT, NOV 28 12:00 PM ET) • • • Boston College at Syracuse (SAT, NOV 28 12:30 PM ET) • • • Duke at Wake Forest (SAT, NOV 28 12:30 PM ET) • • • UNLV at Wyoming (SAT, NOV 28 2:00 PM ET) • • • Louisiana Lafayette at Appalachian State (SAT, NOV 28 2:00 PM ET) • • • South Alabama at Georgia Southern (SAT, NOV 28 2:00 PM ET) • • • Colorado at Utah (SAT, NOV 28 2:30 PM ET) • • • Middle Tennessee at Texas San Antonio (SAT, NOV 28 2:30 PM ET) • • • Alabama at Auburn (SAT, NOV 28 3:30 PM ET) • • • Penn State at Michigan State (SAT, NOV 28 3:30 PM ET) • • • North Carolina at NC State (SAT, NOV 28 3:30 PM ET) • • • Northwestern at Illinois (SAT, NOV 28 3:30 PM ET) • • • UCLA at USC (SAT, NOV 28 3:30 PM ET) • • • Charlotte at Rice (SAT, NOV 28 3:30 PM ET) • • • Wisconsin at Minnesota (SAT, NOV 28 3:30 PM ET) • • • UTEP at North Texas (SAT, NOV 28 3:30 PM ET) • • • BYU at Utah State (SAT, NOV 28 3:30 PM ET) • • • Arkansas State at New Mexico State (SAT, NOV 28 4:00 PM ET) • • • Vanderbilt at Tennessee (SAT, NOV 28 4:00 PM ET) • • • Kansas State at Kansas (SAT, NOV 28 4:00 PM ET) • • • Texas State at Idaho (SAT, NOV 28 5:00 PM ET) • • • Connecticut at Temple (SAT, NOV 28 7:00 PM ET) • • • Ole Miss at Mississippi State (SAT, NOV 28 7:15 PM ET) • • • Notre Dame at Stanford (SAT, NOV 28 7:30 PM ET) • • • Florida State at Florida (SAT, NOV 28 7:30 PM ET) • • • Texas A&M at LSU (SAT, NOV 28 7:30 PM ET) • • • Oklahoma at Oklahoma State (SAT, NOV 28 8:00 PM ET) • • • Colorado State at Fresno State (SAT, NOV 28 9:00 PM ET) • • • Arizona State at California (SAT, NOV 28 10:00 PM ET) • • • Air Force at New Mexico (SAT, NOV 28 10:15 PM ET) • • • Nevada at San Diego State (SAT, NOV 28 10:45 PM ET) • • • Louisiana Monroe at Hawaii (SAT, NOV 28 11:00 PM ET) • • • • • •

Brad Almquist One Round 2013 Mock Draft - Post Super Bowl


A one round mock draft following the Super Bowl. No trades were considered in this mock draft.

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Round 1

1Kansas City ChiefsOTLuke Joeckel #Texas A&M
 Joeckel was the rock of the Texas A&M offensive line his entire career, as he never missed a start in three years. He has the prototypical body to go with a fantastic skillset. Joeckel displays perfect technique: he drops quickly in his stance and gets his hands on defenders almost effortlessly. Joeckel's superior strength and athleticism enable him to recover quickly on initially missed assignments. His dominance played an integral role in Heisman winner Johnny Manziel's success, as Manziel never had to worry about his blind side. Not only does Joeckel possess all of the valuable skills required to be a dominant O-lineman, but his durability is fantastic. The Chiefs must establish a good O-line in order to get the most out of franchise running back Jamaal Charles, and Joeckel is a can't-miss. He is a sure lock as a solid pro, with the potential to be one of the very best.
2Jacksonville JaguarsDE/34LBDamontre Moore #Texas A&M
 Moore was the star on the defensive line for the Aggies, as he impressively replaced Pro Bowler Von Miller a few years ago. Moore is a nightmare coming off the end, with game-changing ability once he gets to the passer. He has exceptional speed and good strength coming off the line. Moore has displayed versatility, with experience playing in the 3-4 and 4-3 schemes. He has shown that he can drop into coverage and cover oncoming backs and tight ends as well. The Jaguars were abysmal at just about every position defensively in 2012. The largest area of concern is the lack of pressure on opposing quarterbacks, as the unit ranked dead last in sacks. Moore is the best defensive end in the class, and has shown all of the signs required to be a great pass rusher at the next level. His ability and experience playing in multiple schemes equate to becoming a very good pro.
3Oakland RaidersDE/34LBBjoern Werner #Florida State
 Werner showcased his ability to do just about everything well on the defensive line in his two years starting at Florida State. The Berlin native has good quickness, great strength, and a high awareness. Werner's quick first step and ability to finish plays make him a feared defensive end. He also has the athleticism necessary to bat balls down and to thrive in run-stopping situations. Werner is the perfect player to help aid a struggling Raiders defense in multiple areas. They desperately need a pass rusher and run-stopper, since they ranked towards the bottom of the NFL in both categories. Bjoern Werner gives you all of that in one, and he is nowhere near where he could be in a few years.
4Philadelphia EaglesCBDee Milliner #Alabama
 Well-rounded cornerback with good cover skills and superior strength. Milliner tackles extremely well in the open field and retains a high football IQ.
5Detroit Lions34LB/OLBJarvis Jones #Georgia
 Absolute beast at the linebacker position with endless potential based on physical attributes.
6Cleveland BrownsDTStar LotuleleiUtah
 A load on the line, Lotulelei thrives in run-stopping situations due to excellent strength and quickness.
7Arizona CardinalsILBManti Te'oNotre Dame
 Te'o has the prototypical middle linebacker body. He has experience leading a team to a title game and has the skills required to be a game changer at the linebacker position. His seven interceptions lead the country for linebackers.
8Buffalo BillsDE/34LBBarkevious Mingo #LSU
 Athletic D-end with loads of potential and a lot of raw ability. Mingo is extremely quick coming off the end and reaches the quarterback with ease.
9New York JetsGChance WarmackAlabama
 Warmack physically imposes his will on defenders at the guard position.
10Tennessee TitansDE/34LBEzekiel AnsahBYU
 Ansah is an athletic D-end with a lot of upside as an effective pass-rusher and run-stopper.
11San Diego ChargersOTD.J. Fluker #Alabama
 Fluker uses his wide frame and great strength to protect the quarterback.
12Miami DolphinsWRTerrance WilliamsBaylor
 One of the very best receivers in the college game last year, Williams gets behind defenses with his great speed and hands.
13Tampa Bay BuccaneersSKenny VaccaroTexas
 A prototypical safety who retains good ball skills with a high awareness.
14Carolina PanthersDTJohnathan Hankins #Ohio State
 Hankins is a polished prospect with great run-stopping ability and is ready to improve a NFL line immediately.
15New Orleans SaintsDE/34LBDion JordanOregon
 Jordan is a talented pass rusher, with a great burst coming off the line.
16St. Louis RamsOTEric FisherCentral Michigan
 Fisher is strong on the line and frustrates pass rushers with his outstanding reach.
17Pittsburgh SteelersDTJohn JenkinsGeorgia
 Jenkins is a load up front and rushes the passer impressively considering his huge build.
18Dallas CowboysGJonathan CooperNorth Carolina
 Cooper uses his strength and athleticism to disrupt oncoming pass rushers.
19New York GiantsCBJohnthan BanksMississippi State
 Banks is a very good cover corner, with the maturity to step in and be a viable option in the secondary as a rookie.
20Chicago BearsTETyler Eifert #Notre Dame
 Eifert is a disciplined route-runner with great hands. He is very similar to Kyle Rudolph, who came out of the Notre Dame system as well.
21Cincinnati BengalsILBAlec Ogletree #Georgia
 Ogletree formed a dynamic linebacking core alongside Jarvis Jones at Georgia. Ogletree shined late in the season, and he is a big, strong prospect who should compete for a starting job in the 2013 season.
22St. Louis RamsOLBKhaseem GreeneRutgers
 (from Redskins) Greene is a well-rounded linebacker with the ability to cover and put pressure on the quarterback.
23Minnesota VikingsWRCordarrelle Patterson #Tennessee
 Patterson's unique skillset screams potential, as he can return kicks, run the ball, and is most effective as a deep ball threat. But there is a bit of a bust factor since he only spent one season with Tennessee.
24Indianapolis ColtsOTMenelik Watson #Florida State
 Watson is a big kid with a lot of potential as a pass protector.
25Seattle SeahawksDTSheldon Richardson #Missouri
 Richardson is a freak athlete coming off the end, with endless potential as a pass rusher in the NFL.
26Green Bay PackersILBKevin Minter #LSU
 Minter understands how to run a defense. Not only is he a good leader but also a versatile player with the ability to cover, tackle, and rush the quarterback.
27Houston TexansWRDeAndre Hopkins #Clemson
 Hopkins had a surprise season at Clemson, and his big-play ability should translate well at the next level.
28Denver BroncosSMatt Elam #Florida
 Elam is one of the best safeties in the draft, and he is NFL-ready as a leader and player.
29New England PatriotsWRKeenan Allen #California
 Allen is a steady receiver with sneaky speed and great hands.
30Atlanta FalconsTEZach ErtzStanford
 Ertz displayed his unique versatility at Stanford. He can block extremely well for a tight end, while having strong hands and is a security blanket in the passing game.
31San Francisco 49ersDTSharrif Floyd #Florida
 Floyd is a strong prospect who uses his experience as a former defensive end to his advantage, as he is a good pass-rusher up the middle.
32Baltimore RavensILBJonathan BosticFlorida
 Bostic is a big-hitting linebacker with the ability to change games at any moment.

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