Mock Drafts


New Two Round Mock Draft

Written by Ryan Lownes on January 29, 2012

New Mock Drafts

1. Indianapolis Colts

 

Andrew Luck – QB – Stanford

 

A no-brainer pick for the franchise in the midst of a massive overhaul. The Bill Polian-Peyton Manning era is officially over in Indianapolis and whether Manning remains the starter or not, the future of the Colts will depend on the success of the Stanford prodigy. There won’t be any suspense surrounding the first pick in April, this one is already set. 2. St. Louis Rams

 

Matt Kalil – OT – USC

 

Many experts feel this pick will be up for sale with teams pushing hard for the next highest ranked signal-caller, Robert Griffin III. If the Rams keep this pick, they will be using it to aid Sam Bradford. Many expect the team to seek out a true #1 wide receiver here, but Oklahoma State’s Justin Blackmon is not in the elite Calvin Johnson/A.J. Green league. No (read more…)

Ryan Lownes’ Latest Mock Draft

Written by Ryan Lownes on January 16, 2012

New Mock Drafts

1. Indianapolis Colts

 

Andrew Luck – QB – Stanford

 

A no-brainer pick for the franchise in the midst of a massive overhaul. The Bill Polian-Peyton Manning era is officially over in Indianapolis and whether Manning remains the starter or not, the future of the Colts will depend on the success of the Stanford prodigy. There won’t be any suspense surrounding the first pick in April, this one is already set. 2. St. Louis Rams

 

Matt Kalil – OT – USC

 

Many experts feel this pick will be up for sale with teams pushing hard for the next highest ranked signal-caller, Robert Griffin III. If the Rams keep this pick they will be using it to aid Sam Bradford. No offensive line allowed more sacks during the 2011 season and Kalil gives St. Louis an elite blind-side protector. 3. Minnesota Vikings

 

Riley Reiff – OT – (read more…)

An Everyone’s Eligible Mock Draft

Written by Mike Daneshgar on December 3, 2011

mathieu

Looking around at mock scenarios for the upcoming 2012 NFL Draft, I began to wonder what the draft would look like if there were no eligibility restriction on who could enter. Would the top overall prospect in 2012 still be the top pick? Where would that freshman phenom fit into the mix of things when you consider upside and limited early production? Simply put, it is an all out free-for-all with the best college football players at each team’s disposal.

 

Let’s dig in.

 

* denotes 2nd year players, eligible for the 2013 draft

** denotes true freshmen, eligible for the 2014 draft

 

 

1. Indianapolis Colts 

 

Andrew Luck – QB – Stanford

 

This is probably the least surprising selection of this draft. By now, I’m sure you have basked in the greatness that is Andrew Luck. He is the safest QB prospect to come (read more…)

Ryan Lownes’ Latest Mock Draft

Written by Ryan Lownes on September 15, 2011

1. Indianapolis Colts 

 

Andrew Luck – QB – Stanford*

 

It will get ugly this year in Indy without Peyton Manning under center. The Colts, in a position of luxury, have the opportunity to insure their star and groom his eventual replacement. Luck is a remarkably cerebral quarterback who could benefit from learning under an all-time great at the position. 2. Seattle Seahawks 

 

Landy Jones – QB – Oklahoma*

 

Expect the Seahawks’ passing offense to falter in 2011 with Tavaris Jackson at the helm behind a battered offensive line. Seattle needs an upgrade at the quarterback position and it may be too tempting to pass here. Landry Jones has all the physical tools and is poised for a huge year, but he must be more consistent to warrant this high selection. 3. Carolina Panthers 

 

Quinton Coples – DE – North Carolina

 

With the offense showing some life (read more…)

2012 NFL Mock Draft

Written by Chad Davis on September 2, 2011

1. Cincinnati Bengals 

 

Andrew Luck – QB – Stanford*

 

If the Bengals are picking here, the Andy Dalton experiment has gone horribly wrong (as expected), and they can smile and select the best college QB since Peyton Manning. Luck has all-pro type ability and potential. 2. Miami Dolphins 

 

Matt Barkley – QB – USC*

 

See above and insert Chad Henne. Look, we all know this is a QB driven league and the Dolphins need one in the worst way. Barkley has great tools and should put together a huge season in So. Cal if he stays healthy. 3. Carolina Panthers 

 

Alshon Jeffery – WR – South Carolina*

 

Coples could be an option here, but I see Carolina doing everything to give Cam Newton as much talent around him as possible. The 6’4″ 230 lb. Jeffery is a physical specimen who has the stats to back up (read more…)

2012 NFL Mock Draft

Written by Aaron Aloysius on August 25, 2011

   

1. Cincinnati Bengals   

 

Andrew Luck – QB – Stanford*

 

After struggling badly in the first two preseason games, Andy Dalton played dramatically better against Carolina, completing 11 of 17 passes for 130 yards and a touchdown. While a positive development, it’s important to note that the same Panthers defense was picked apart by Dolphins quarterback Chad Henne, who’s anything but a franchise QB.

 

Hopefully, Dalton will continue to improve, but he’s still battling the prospect of the team drafting Andrew Luck. To keep Luck out of Cinci, he’ll have to excel against the AFC North’s tough defenses. Also, his arm strength will be tested as the Ohio weather gets increasingly awful.   If the team’s season’s wrecked by poor QB play, the Bengals won’t be able to pass on Luck. The Stanford quarterback possesses the ideal attributes for an NFL quarterback, especially when it (read more…)

“Way Too Early” Mocks: JMPasq and Mario Clavel

Written by Aaron Aloysius on August 19, 2011

Washington Redskins

All summer long, JMPasq and Mario Clavel have been breaking down tape of the top 2012 draft prospects. They’ve already produced well over a hundred prospect videos and gained plenty of insight on the upcoming draft class.

 

To put that knowledge to work, the draft video kings have assembled preliminary 2012 mock drafts. They used the same draft order as last week’s pair of “Way Too Early” mocks. And as you can see, there’s a good deal of variation between the very early projections.

 

Take a look at who they have your team taking and be sure to leave your comments below. Also, drop by the Draft Breakdown Message Board to share your draft takes.

 

 

 

JMPasq Mario Clavel 1. Andrew Luck – QB – Stanford Andrew Luck – QB – Stanford 2. Alshon Jeffery – WR – South Carolina (read more…)

Aloysius and Lownes “Way Too Early” Mock Draft 8/9

Written by Aaron Aloysius on August 9, 2011

Washington Redskins

Aaron Aloysius and Ryan Lownes have brought their draftnik heads together for the first “Way Too Early” mock draft of the season. While they came to an agreement on the draft order, they only agree on a few picks. Take a look at who they have your team taking and be sure to leave your comments below and come to the Draft Breakdown Message Board to share your opinions and even post your own mock draft!

 

Aaron Aloysius Ryan Lownes 1.  Andrew Luck – QB – Stanford Andrew Luck – QB – Stanford 2. Quinton Coples – DE – North Carolina Alshon Jeffery – WR – South Carolina 3. Matt Barkley – QB – USC Landry Jones – QB – Oklahoma 4. Alshon Jeffery – WR – South Carolina Luke Kuechly – LB – Boston College 5. Trent Richardson – RB – Alabama Trent Richardson – RB (read more…)

Wes Stueve FINAL Mock Draft 2011

Written by Wes Stueve on April 28, 2011

Just made it!

 

  Cam Newton – QB – Auburn     Von Miller – OLB – Texas A&M     Marcell Dareus – DT – Alabama     AJ Green – WR – Georgia     Patrick Peterson – CB – LSU     Julio Jones – WR – Alabama     Blaine Gabbert – QB – Missouri     Jake Locker – QB – Washington     Tyron Smith – OT – USC     Cameron Jordan – DE – California     Aldon Smith – DE – Missouri     Robert Quinn – DE – North Carolina     Prince Amukamara – CB – Nebraska     Nick Fairley – DT – Auburn     Mike Pouncey – OG/C – Florida     Ryan Kerrigan – DE – Purdue  

Ryan Lownes FINAL Mock Draft 2011

Written by Ryan Lownes on April 28, 2011

 

  Cam Newton – QB – Auburn     Von Miller – OLB – Texas A&M     Marcell Dareus – DT – Alabama     AJ Green – WR – Georgia     Blaine Gabbert – QB – Missouri     Patrick Peterson – CB – LSU     Robert Quinn – DE – North Carolina     Julio Jones – WR – Alabama     Tyron Smith – OT – USC     JJ Watt – DE – Wisconsin     Nick Fairley – DT – Auburn     Jake Locker – QB – Washington     Prince Amukamara – CB – Nebraska     Aldon Smith – DE – Missouri     Gabe Carimi – OT – Wisconsin     Da’Quan Bowers – DE – Clemson  

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