“Way Too Early” Mocks: JMPasq and Mario Clavel

Written by Aaron Aloysius on August 19, 2011



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. Washington Redskins Andrew Luck – QB – Stanford Andrew Luck – QB – Stanford
2. Cleveland Browns Alshon Jeffery – WR – South Carolina Alshon Jeffery – WR – South Carolina
3. Miami Dolphins Matt Barkley – QB – USC Matt Barkley – QB – USC
4. Tennessee Titans Quinton Coples – DE – UNC Justin Blackmon – WR – Oklahoma State
5. Cincinnati Bengals Trent Richardson – RB – Alabama Quinton Coples – DE – UNC
6. Carolina Panthers Justin Blackmon – WR – Oklahoma State Donte Paige-Moss – DE – UNC
7. San Francisco 49ers Dre Kirkpatrick – CB – Alabama Alfonzo Dennard – CB – Nebraska
8. Denver Broncos Matt Kalil – OT – USC Alameda Ta’amu – DT – Washington
9. Oakland Raiders Jayron Hosley – CB – Virginia Tech Landry Jones – QB – Oklahoma
10. Buffalo Bills Ryan Tannehill – QB – Texas A&M Riley Reiff – OT – Iowa
11. Jacksonville Jaguars Brandon Jenkins – DE – Florida State Brandon Jenkins – DE – Florida State
12. Seattle Seahawks Landry Jones – QB – Oklahoma Trent Richardson – RB – Alabama
13. Arizona Cardinals Riley Reiff – OT – Iowa Matt Kalil – OT – USC
14. Kansas City Chiefs Alameda Ta’amu – DT – Washington Vontaze Burfict – LB – Arizona State
15. Dallas Cowboys Cliff Harris – CB – Oregon Cliff Harris – CB – Oregon
16. Chicago Bears Michael Floyd – WR – Notre Dame Dre Kirkpatrick – CB – Alabama
17. Minnesota Vikings Jerel Worthy – DT – Michigan State Jonathan Martin – OT – Stanford
18. Tampa Bay Buccaneers Alfonzo Dennard – CB – Nebraska Zach Brown – LB – UNC
19. Detroit Lions Vontaze Burfict – LB – Arizona State Michael Brewster – C – Ohio State
20. Houston Texans Robert Lester – S – Alabama Devin Taylor – DE/OLB – South Carolina
21. St. Louis Rams Brandon Thompson – DT – Clemson Michael Floyd – WR – Notre Dame
22. New York Giants Manti Te’o – LB – Notre Dame Manti Te’o – LB – Notre Dame
23. New York Jets Donte Paige-Moss – DE/OLB – UNC Courtney Upshaw – DE/OLB – Alabama
24. San Diego Chargers Jonathan Martin – OT – Stanford Stephon Gilmore – CB – South Carolina
25. Philadelphia Eagles Marcus Forston – DT – Miami Luke Kuechly – LB – Boston College
26. Cleveland Browns Devin Taylor – DE – South Carolina Chase Minnifield – CB – Virginia
27. Baltimore Ravens Mike Brewster – C – Ohio State David DeCastro – OG – Stanford
28. New England Patriots Jared Crick – DE – Nebraska Vinny Curry – DE/OLB – Marshall
29. New England Patriots Greg Childs – WR – Arkansas Jeff Fuller – WR – Texas A&M
30. Indianapolis Colts LaMichael James – RB – Oregon Brandon Thompson – DT – Clemson
31. Pittsburgh Steelers Kelechi Osemele – OL – Iowa State Robert Lester – S – Alabama
32. Green Bay Packers Courtney Upshaw – DE/OLB – Alabama Nick Perry – DE/OLB – USC

Aaron Aloysius

Aaron began closely following the draft in 2005. Since then, he’s overcome an Al Davis-like obsession with workout numbers, instead focusing on the qualities and traits visible on prospects’ tape. See all posts by Aaron Aloysius.