2010 NFL Mock Draft: Version 3.0 by: “The Better Looking Mel Kiper”

A lot of time has gone into this damn mock draft, so I hope you all enjoy it.  I will be posting my final version of the mock draft on Thursday afternoon, a few hours before the start of the real draft.

DISCLAIMER #1: The team needs are based on Scouts Inc. projections, which can be found on ESPN.com.  I would love to go through every team’s depth chart and determine their team needs on my own, but I actually have some productive things to do with my time.

DISCLAIMER #2: I find it to be quite hilarious that I told all of you URI basketball fans in JANUARY that they wouldn’t make the NCAA tournament.  As of March 14th, 2010 (selection Sunday) I can officially say…”I TOLD YOU SO!”

DISCLAIMER #3: Now, I just have to continue to hope and pray that for the benefit of the NFL and its entire fan base, Brett Favre decides to retire, FOR GOOD!

DISCLAIMER #4: No matter what the results were of any games in the NCAA tournament, the Big East is still the best conference in all the land.

DISCLAIMER #5: As a follow-up to one of my previous articles, Joe Lunardi released his “bracketology” of the tournament if it were expanded to 96 teams.  Providence College received a 21 seed.  Any postseason tournament that has Providence in its field is immediately discredited as anything worthwhile and should be removed from the public spectrum immediately (it takes a true faithful to know when your down and how far you’ve got to go to get back to the top).

DISCLAIMER #6: These draft projections are based on trades, free agent signings, injury updates, and any other relevant information as of April 16, 2010.  So if anything happens in between now and when my next mock draft is released that I did not account for, then I’m sad to say I have yet to refine my future predicting skills.

DISCLAIMER #7: Any and all comments about my mock draft, and who I have your team selecting and wanted.  But, if you are going to be a complete homer (overaggressive bias for your team) about the situation the keep your bullshit to yourself.


  1. 1. St. Louis Rams – (TEAM NEEDS: QB, CB, WR, DT)

I released the first version of my mock draft in December, when every analyst around was planted securely on the Ndamukong Suh bandwagon, and I proclaimed that solely based on economic reasons the St. Louis Rams would draft either a quarterback or a left tackle.  Then, I proceeded to project that with the first pick in the 2010 NFL draft the Rams would select Sam Bradford.  Now that all these supposed “analysts” seem to be on the Sam Bradford bandwagon, all I have to say is I told you so.  With the first overall pick in the 2010 NFL Draft, the St. Louis Rams select…

Sam Bradford, QB Oklahoma

  1. 2. Detroit Lions – (TEAM NEEDS: CB, DT, SS, OLB)

Around this time every year there seem to comes a point where a player is such a good fit with a particular team at a particular slot in the draft that Todd McShay just has to come up another player that he believes that team will choose.  Well Mr. McShay, sorry to disappoint you but with the second overall pick in the 2010 NFL Draft, the Detroit Lions will select arguably the best prospect in this draft (not Gerald McCoy)…

Ndamukong Suh, DT Nebraska

  1. 3. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – (TEAM NEEDS: WR, DT, DE, CB)

When the first draft projections were coming out, it seemed as though the Bucs would miss out on the two stud defensive tackles in this draft.  Thankfully for them it looks as though at least either Suh or Gerald McCoy will fall down to the Buccaneers and fill their most glaring need on the defensive side of the ball.  I believe that if there was a possibility of trading down to around 10, the Bucs would jump on that opportunity and promptly pick up Dez Bryant, but trading out of the top 5 is always a very tall task, and until that looks like a possibility, with the third pick in the 2010 NFL Draft, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers select…

Geral McCoy, DT Oklahoma

  1. 4. Washington Redskins – (TEAM NEEDS: LT, RB, RT, QB)

With the addition of Donovan McNabb, the Redskins’ need for a quarterback is now obsolete.  The Skins are also considering a switch to a 3-4 defense, and I believe that Albert Haynesworth’s days in Washington are numbered.  If either Suh or McCoy fell to the Redskins here than they could fill a void necessary to make the defensive switch.  But, with both of those players already selected in this draft, protecting McNabb will be of the utmost importance.  With the fourth selection in the 2010 NFL Draft, the Washington Redskins select…

Russell Okung, OT Oklahoma State

  1. 5. Kansas City Chiefs – (TEAM NEEDS: LT, NT, FS, OLB)

The St. Louis Rams were the worst team in the NFL last season in regards to wins and losses.  My personal belief is that the Kansas City Chiefs may actually be the worst team in the entire league.  They have very little talent to build upon, and a lot of the young talent that they have has seemingly underperformed (i.e. Glenn Dorsey, Tamba Hali, Branden Albert, etc.).  Left tackle is one of their biggest needs.  If Okung is available he would be a great selection as he could contribute immediately and allow Albert to slide over to the right side, where he is much more effective.  If not, a lot of professionals are saying that the Chiefs may look to take Bryan Bulaga, but I think 5 is a bit high for the value with Bulaga.  A great way to turn around your defensive quickly is to get a playmaking secondary player.  Brandon Flowers is a very good young corner and drafting a safety to accompany him would improve the Chiefs’ defense dramatically.  With the fifth pick in the 2010 NFL Draft, the Kansas City Chiefs select…

Eric Berry, S Tennessee

  1. 6. Seattle Seahawks – (TEAM NEEDS: OT, DE, CB, WR)

The Seahawks (as with all teams drafting high in the first round) have many needs.  Walter Jones announced his retirement (via twitter…I know, it’s ridiculous) earlier this offseason.  That leads a big hole to fill at left tackle for the Seahawks.  The Seahawks also are desperately in need of a wide receiver, as evident by their continued attempts to trade for Brandon Marshall.  I have a feeling within my gut that Pete Carroll will go for a “highlight reel” pick here and take Dez Bryant.  I am very reluctant to make that official, but I guess I have two weeks to mull it over before it is set in stone.  With the sixth pick in the 2010 NFL Draft, the Seattle Seahawks select…

Dez Bryant, WR Oklahoma State

  1. 7. Cleveland Browns – (TEAM NEEDS: QB, WR, CB, S)

Mike Holmgren has made it known that Jimmy Clausen is not his guy.  Jake Delhomme is apparently the man to bring the Browns to the promise land.  Sorry, but I’m not buying it.  I think that the Browns will give serious consideration to Clausen, and picking up Delhomme was a move to get a “mentor” type player in to help Clausen along.  I’m going to go outside of the box with this one and make a prediction that no one really has made.  With the seventh pick in the 2010 NFL Draft, the Cleveland Browns select…

Jimmy Clausen, QB Notre Dame

  1. 8. Oakland Raiders – (TEAM NEEDS: QB, OT, DT, WR)

Oh Al Davis, are you capable of doing anything correctly?  I told you last year that Darrius Heyward-Bey was a terrible selection and it turns out that I was correct.  Your last successful first round pick was Nnamdi Asomugha and that was in 2003!  Come on Al, even a blind squirrel gets a nut once and a while.  Clemson wide receiver Jacoby Ford (projected as a 3rd to 4th round pick) ran the fastest 40 at the NFL Combine (4.28) so it would not surprise me if he was selected.  But, if Al decides to be a reasonable human for the day, on offensive tackle would be the wisest selection.  With the eighth pick in the 2010 NFL Draft, the Oakland Raiders select…

Bryan Bulaga, OT Iowa

  1. 9. Buffalo Bills – (TEAM NEEDS: QB, OT, NT, WR)

The Bills are in desperate need of a quarterback.  The Bills are in desperate need of an offensive tackle.  The Bills are in desperate need of a nose tackle.  I’ll stop because I don’t want to rub it in, but the Bills are a very needy team.  If Clausen is available then I think he will be the selection but (with Tebow lurking in the second round) there are other directions they could go and needs that they have to fill.  With the ninth pick in the 2010 NFL Draft, the Buffalo Bills select…

Trent Williams, OT Oklahoma

  1. 10. Jacksonville Jaguars – (TEAM NEEDS: FS, C, QB, WR)

The Jacksonville Jaguars offense consists of Maurice Jones Drew, and that is about it.  Their previously vaunted defense is no longer existent.  Jack Del Rio is on a short leash that leads to him being fired at the end of the season.  That sounds like a season full of optimism for all of you Jaguar faithfuls!  There is going to be a big PR push for the Jags to take Tebow here simply to try and avoid blackouts and be able to sell seats.  Sadly, that would be one of the worst moves they could make and it would set their franchise back for another 2-3 years.  With Dez Bryant gone I think Jacksonville has to go with the best player available to get some sort of value at 10.  With the tenth selection in the 2010 NFL Draft, the Jacksonville Jaguars select…

Earl Thomas, S Texas

  1. 11. Denver Broncos (from Chicago) – (TEAM NEEDS: WR, ILB, G/C, QB)

Brandon Marshall has just been shipped out of town and Josh McDaniels is officially putting his stamp on the Denver Broncos (if dumping Jay Cutler last year wasn’t enough).  The theory that the Broncos would be interested in taking Dez Bryant if available doesn’t make much sense to me.  They just traded their most superior offensive talent because of off-field issues.  Why would you draft another wide receiver that you are going to sign for 5 years and huge money that also has off-field issues?  I know, is does not make sense to me either.  Anyway, McDaniels knows that the way to supplement a mediocre offense is to play tremendous defense (see the Ravens of the past decade).  D.J. Williams could use a running mate up the middle of that defense to accompany Dumervil and Ayers on the outside.

Rolando McClain, ILB Alabama

  1. 12. Miami Dolphins – (TEAM NEEDS: WR, FS, NT, OLB)

Brandon Marshall was a great pickup for a team that has needed a stud wide receiver for at least the last five seasons.  Luckily for us Patriots fans, I don’t know how long Marshall is going to be able to keep his mouth shut with Chad Henne attempting to throw him the ball (good luck) and the running game being the focal point of the offense (although I guess $47.5 million can help you keep to yourself).  Anyway, wide receiver is not longer a top priority in the draft so I expect the Dolphins to look and fill their biggest defensive hole, nose tackle.  With the eleventh pick in the 2010 NFL Draft, the Miami Dolphins select…

Dan Williams, NT Tennessee

  1. 13. San Francisco 49ers – (TEAM NEEDS: OT, FS, OL, OLB)

I think that if Earl Thomas is still around, then he would be the selection.  But, Thomas was picked up a few picks ago and the 49ers need to look elsewhere.  Offensive tackle is a serious need and so is a pass rushing outside linebacker.  Mike Singletary is a great defensive coach, but this draft is pretty deep at the 3-4 outside linebacker position so I think offensive tackle is the direction that they go.  As I was writing this, Ted Ginn Jr. was just traded to the 49ers which further tempers the need for a wide receiver (along with the money already invested in the position with Crabtree).  With the thirteenth selection in the 2010 NFL Draft, the San Francisco 49ers select…

Anthony Davis, OT Rutgers

  1. 14. Seattle Seahawks (from Denver) – (TEAM NEEDS: OT, DE, CB, WR)

Pete Carroll and flashy players go hand-in-hand.  He coached at probably the most “Hollywood” school in all of college football.  He recruited the flashiest players, and ironically enough, they were the best players.  Pete Carroll loves explosive playmakers (see Reggie Bush, Joe McKnight, etc.) and drafting Dez Bryant earlier in this draft, they offensive was already formidably better.  Now, by selecting a playmaking running back, the Seahawks offensive has just transformed itself into one of the best young offenses in the league (maybe a bold proclamation but I’m going to roll with it).  With the fourteenth selection in the 2010 NFL Draft, the Seattle Seahawks select…

C.J. Spiller, RB Clemson

  1. 15. New York Giants – (TEAM NEEDS: MLB, DT, LB, OL)

The popular pick here is Rolando McClain, but he has already been selected (and rightfully so).  Without a middle linebacker worthy of first round money left in the draft, the Giants are forced to look elsewhere.  I fully expect that if McClain is gone, the G Men will look to deal this pick to a team like Atlanta or Houston who could look to jump up and grab Derrick Morgan or Joe Haden respectively.  But, because I’m not making mock trades (and because Mathias Kiwanuka is capable of playing both defensive end and outside linebacker), with the fifteenth selection in the 2010 NFL Draft, the New York Giants select…

Derrick Morgan, DE Georgia Tech

  1. 16. Tennessee Titans – (TEAM NEEDS: DE, CB, DT, LB)

Missing out on Morgan by one pick is a tough pill to swallow for the Tennessee Titans.  Thankfully for them, this draft is very deep at the DE/OLB position.  My somewhat bold prediction (or maybe not bold at all depending on how you look at it) is that the Titans are going to trade for Albert Haynesworth.  The Redskins-Haynesworth marriage has been unsuccessful so far, and the team’s willingness to put Haynesworth at the nose in their new 3-4 defense has apparently bunched up the big man’s panties a bit.  But, even if they somehow get Haynesworth back in town, the loss of Kyle Vanden Bosch is a big one for the Titans.  With the sixteenth pick in the 2010 NFL Draft, the Tennessee Titans select…

Jason Pierre-Paul, DE South Florida

  1. 17. San Francisco 49ers (from Carolina) – (TEAM NEEDS: OT, FS, OL, OLB)

The 49ers picked up Anthony Davis earlier in the draft, so now it is time to focus on defense.  Joe Haden’s poor 40 times at the combine raised some eyebrows, but he make up for it at his pro day by posting a 4.45 time.  The 49ers have a ton of money invested in Nate Clements, but placing Haden beside him would immediately give the 49ers one of the better cornerback corps in the NFC.  With the seventeenth pick in the 2010 NFL Draft, the San Francisco 49ers select…

Joe Haden, CB Florida

  1. 18. Pittsburgh Steelers – (TEAM NEEDS: CB, C, G, DL)

The Pittsburgh Steelers are unraveling at the seams (sorry Lepore, it’s true).  Their star receiver has just been dealt for a fifth round pick (which amazes me.  I understand he is facing a suspension, but Holmes grabbed 79 catches for nearly 1,250 yards last season.  Are the Steelers really expecting to get a player near Holmes’ caliber in the fifth round?).  Their quarterback is too busy hitting the bars in Georgia rather than getting haircuts and running on the treadmill to rid himself of that double chin.  Their running back is seemingly made of glass (yes Rashard Mendenhall, you ruined my 2009 fantasy football season).  But after all of the terrible things that have happened to the Steelers this offseason, they still are the Pittsburgh Steelers which means that they will probably still be in contention come January.  With the eighteenth pick in the 2010 NFL Draft, the Pittsburgh Steelers select…

Mike Iupati, G Idaho

  1. 19. Atlanta Falcons – (TEAM NEEDS: DE, OLB, OL, CB)

Apparently, the Jamaal Anderson experiment has officially been declared a failure (Atlanta, I told you 3 years ago that he was a 3-4 defensive end and would not perform in a 4-3!) and the Falcons are again in need of a defensive end opposite of the ever-injured John Abraham.  But, contrary to Mr. Kiper’s and Mr. McShay’s belief, I don’t believe that defensive end is their biggest need (and plus this is a very deep defensive end draft).  Chris Houston is a pretty good corner, but Tye Hill struggles a bit.  I think that picking a corner here will give the Falcons the best value for the money.  With the nineteenth pick in the 2010 NFL Draft, the Atlants Falcons select…

Kyle Wilson, CB Boise State

  1. 20. Houston Texans – (TEAM NEEDS: CB, RB, NT, FS) 

The loss of Dunta Robinson was a huge blow to the defensive progression that the Texans were undergoing.  I’ve made it known to my co-workers (my roommates) that within the next two to three years, the Texans will have the best defense in the NFL.  They remind me of a young Ravens defense (circa 1999) with a stud young linebackers and a very good defensive line.  If Amobi Okoye develops into a good defensive tackle, Houston’s defense will be as good as it gets in the front seven.  They now only have two holes to fill, but they are some very big holes (corner and safety).  I would love to see the Texans draft Taylor Mays with this pick, but their addition of Bernard Pollard last season affords them a little more time to draft a player for that position.  So, with the twentieth pick in the 2010 NFL Draft, the Houston Texans select…

Kareem Jackson, CB Alabama


  1. 21. Cincinnati Bengals – (TEAM NEEDS: TE, FS, DE, WR) 

I never thought I would say this, but the Bengals’ defense actually wasn’t horrendous last year.  This season the Bengals are in desperate need of an offensive playmaker, especially at the tight end position.  Gresham will get a serious look here, but I think that free safety is a more pressing need.  With the twenty-first selection in the 2010 NFL Draft, the Cincinnati Bengals select…

Taylor Mays, S USC

  1. 22. New England Patriots – (TEAM NEEDS: WR, OLB, ILB, TE) 

I have absolutely no idea what the Patriots will do with their draft picks.  I have never had any idea what the Patriots would do with their draft picks.  There is absolutely no point of me predicting what the Patriots will do with the draft pick, because I will inevitably be wrong.  That being said, the Pats have some serious needs at outside linebacker, tight end, and wide receiver.  If Dez Bryanyt miraculously falls to 22 than I think he will get a serious look from Belicheck.  But, he’s long gone so other needs have to be addressed.  The Patriots have been desperate for a tight end that can block and has the ability to catch.  Jermaine Gresham is one of the few guys in this draft that can do that, but it is very unlikely that he will be available by pick 44.  How Brandon Graham fell this far is beyond me, but he’s the guy we Patriot fans have been waiting for.  With the twenty-second pick in the 2010 NFL Draft, the New England Patriots select…

Brandon Graham, DE/OLB Michigan

  1. 23. Green Bay Packers – (TEAM NEEDS: CB, OLB, G/C, OT)

Aaron Kampman was never a great fit in the Packers’ 3-4 defense, but with his departure there is now a serious hole.  Drafting a young, speedy pass rusher to play opposite of Clay Matthews and next to Nick Barnett and A.J. Hawk immediately gives that Packers one of, if not the best linebacking corps in the NFL.

Sergio Kindle, OLB Texas

  1. 24. Philadelphia Eagles – (TEAM NEEDS: FS, OLB, DE, T/G)

Taylor Mays would be a great fit in Philly.  He would restore that toughness that the Eagles defense lost when Dawkins decided to finish his career in Denver.  My roommate Pete is a diehard Eagles fan and I’ve been telling him for three years now that the Eagles’ linebackers are the worst group in the entire NFL.  Will Witherspoon was a great mid-season addition for the Eagles, but he was surprisingly released earlier this off-season.  Their need for a playmaking linebacker is at its peak now and it is time for Andy Reid to address the biggest issue on their defense.  With the twenty-fourth pick in the 2010 NFL Draft, the Philadelphia Eagles select…

Sean Weatherspoon, OLB Missouri

  1. 25. Baltimore Ravens – (TEAM NEEDS: CB, TE, DE, FS)

The Anquan Boldin trade was an unbelievable move for the Ravens.  They have had a need at wide receiver for as long as I can remember, and the Boldin addition certainly addresses that.  But, Boldin can’t do it all by himself.  Derrick Mason will help but he is certainly nearing the end of his career.  Kiper and McShay both think that Demaryius Thomas (WR, Georgia Tech) will be the selection, but I think they can grab another young wide receiver later in the draft.  Nose tackle Kelly Gregg will turn 34 during the 2010 season and he is nearing the end of his career.  Bringing in a guy like Terrence Cody (6’4”, 250 lbs.) has an unbelievable amount of talent and athleticism for a guy his size.  He has weight concerns, but one season under the guidance of a seasoned veteran like Gregg may get him on the right track.  Cody has an amazing amount of upside so this could be a huge win for the Ravens in the near future.  With the twenty-fifth in the 2010 NFL Draft, the Baltimore Ravens select…

Terrence Cody, NT Alabama

  1. 26. Arizona Cardinals – (TEAM NEEDS: LT, OLB, QB, ILB)

Karlos Dansby was a huge loss for the Cardinals.  He was the best linebacker on a corps with not much depth and some aging players.  But, a Brandon Spikes type player may be available in the second round to help fill that need.  Ken Whisenhunt knows how important a pass-rushing 3-4 outside linebacker is to the success to the 3-4 defense.  With the twenty-sixth pick in the 2010 NFL Draft, the Arizona Cardinals select…

Everson Griffen, DE USC

  1. 27. Dallas Cowboys – (TEAM NEEDS: S, LT, ILB, WR)

When will Jerry Jones realize that the lack of success experienced by the Dallas Cowboys in the last 10-15 years has been due solely to his inability to fill the roster with productive (non-controversial) players.  That being said, Roy Williams’ lack of productivity and Miles Austin’s one year wonder syndrome (no, I am not on the Miles Austin bandwagon) leaves the Cowboys with a need at wide receiver.  They could really use  a left tackle with this position, but there isn’t one left worthy of the 27th pick.  Demaryius Thomas is more of a “project” than most other first round picks considering he is a very raw athlete that came from a run first college system, but he has the talent to be a good player in the NFL.  With the twenty-seventh pick in the 2010 NFL Draft, the Dallas Cowboys select…

Demaryius Thomas, WR Georgia Tech

  1. 28. San Diego Chargers – (TEAM NEEDS: RB, NT, CB, RT)

I don’t care what anyone says, Darren Sproles is physically incapable of being a two or three down running back in the NFL.  He is too small.  The pounding of a leading role as the starting running back would undoubtedly take a serious toll on Sproles and hinder his effectiveness on third down and in the return game.  That being said, nose tackle is also a major need for the Chargers, but you can’t pass on a solid running back with this pick.  With the twenty-eighth pick in the 2010 NFL Draft, the San Diego Chargers select…

Ryan Mathews, RB Fresno state

  1. 29. New York Jets – (TEAM NEEDS: S, DE, OLB, WR)

Rex Ryan is an animal.  He has been wheeling and dealing since the night after the Jets lost to the Colts in the AFC Championship game.  I still think that the AFC East runs through New England, but the Jets are certainly closing the gap.  The additions of Santonio Holmes, Ladanian Tomlinson, and Antonio Cromartie (and the addition of Jason Taylor in the near future) were all great moves for the Jets.  But, I’m very interested to see how all of these volatile personalities interact throughout the course of the season.  The Jets are in need of a 3-4 defensive and luckily for them, at this point in the draft they can choose between some very good players.  With the twenty-ninth pick in the 2010 NFL Draft, the New York Jets select…

Jared Odrick, DE/DT Penn State

  1. 30. Minnesota Vikings – (TEAM NEEDS: OL, QB, CB, NT)

Man, I hope that Brett Favre retires.  I want to be able to watch Sportscenter for just one day in between July and February and have them not mention Favre, it would be amazing.  As for the Vikings draft needs, at this point it is more like best player available rather than drafting to fill needs.  Picking up a cornerback here would provide the Vikings with some much needed talent and depth at the position.  With the thirtieth selection in the 2010 NFL Draft, the Minnesota Vikings select…

Patrick Robinson, CB Florida State

  1. 31. Indianapolis Colts – (TEAM NEEDS: OT, NT, OL, CB)

The Colts could use and offensive lineman, but the is not way in hell that they will select Bruce Campbell (OT, Maryland) because he isn’t really that great of a football player.  Like I said for the Vikings, at this point in the draft you are looking for the most talented player for the money you will be investing.  With the thirty-first selection in the 2010 NFL Draft, the Indianapolis Colts select…

Maurkice Pouncey, C/G Florida

  1. 32. New Orleans Saints – (TEAM NEEDS: DT, OLB, DE, TE)

The Saints need a defensive tackle to play alongside Sedrick Ellis, enough said.  With the thirty-second pick in the 2010 NFL Draft, the New Orleans Saints select…

Brian Price, DT UCLA


1st Round (22nd Overall) – Brandon Graham, DE/OLB Michigan
2nd Round (44th Overall – JAX) – Tim Tebow, QB/H-Back Florida
2nd Round (47th Overall – TEN) – Greg Hardy, DE Mississippi
2nd Round (53rd Overall) – Dexter McCluster, WR Mississippi
4th Round (119th Overall) – Aaron Hernandez, TE Florida
6th Round – Travis Goethel, ILB Arizona State
6th Round (Comp – Jabar Gaffney) – Shelley Smith, OG Colorado State
7th Round (PHI – Greg Lewis) – Brandon Deaderick, DT Alabama
7th Round (DEN – Russ Hochstein) – Hunter Lawrence, K Texas
7th Round (Comp – Heath Evans) – Stafon Johnson, RB USC
7th Round (Comp – Lamont Jordan) – Trindon Holliday, WR/KR LSU
7th Round (Comp – Lonnie Paxton) – Robert Malone, P Fresno State


2 Responses

  1. Dez Bryant will go to the Patriots.

    You heard it here first.

  2. awesome post, a lot of effort and clearly well thought out! nice!

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