Hurray for last-minute mock drafts! The actual draft starts in less than 40 minutes. To help pass some of those final minutes, check out my final mock draft. I’m not very happy with how it turned out, but this is how the chips fell when I went through and did it.
I realize that normally by this time, I have over 15 mock drafts up, but considering I hadn’t posted anything at all for about eight months until my Field of 68 Prediction (and it’s review) I think it’s forgivable that my first 2012 mock draft isn’t being posted until about a month before the draft itself. I also realize that I’m probably going to be putting up a second one soon because it sounds like that a trade is going to go through in the near future with the Broncos getting a draft pick for Tim Tebow.
Consequently, in an attempt to avoid having my mock draft becoming worthless shortly after I post it, this mock draft is only going to be three rounds. Obviously with the compensatory picks expected to be announced next week after the owners’ meeting (March 26-28) and the fact that there are still some free agents to be signed -I just read that the Broncos plan to sign (or at least meet with) Jeff Saturday, Brandon Stokley and Jacob Tamme- I may be putting up my next mock draft sooner rather than later anyhow.
Either way, let’s get down to it. The mock draft itself is after the jump.
Welcome to the Master List of our interactive fan mock draft where the readers make the picks. We have each team being represented by a different person and they make the picks that they think are best for their team. Each person has six hours to make their pick and then the next person is on he clock
Since last year’s draft got really cluttered and hard to follow, we’re going to keep this master list at the top of the site. You can click here to read the thoughts behind each selection in the first round, you can click here to read the thoughts behind each selection in the second round, and you can click here to read the thoughts behind each selection in the third round. Make sure to check in often to see who has been selected by which team and who is still left on the board. (more…)
It has been about two-and-a-half weeks since my last mock draft so I thought I’d put another one up here. I will again be determining my draft order based off of Bryan’s awesome new weekly post that shows exactly what the draft order would be if the season were to end today. To see how things have progressed with my 2010 mock drafts take a look back at I, II, III, IV, V and VI. Here is the seventh installment: (more…)
It has been about two-and-a-half weeks since my last mock draft and we’re going to mix things up a little bit. This time around I have decided to determine my draft order based off of Bryan’s awesome new weekly post that shows exactly what the draft order would be if the season were to end today. To see how things have progressed with my 2010 mock drafts take a look back at I, II, III, IV and V. Here is the sixth installment: (more…)
As promised, here is my first and only crack at predicting Major League Baseball’s First Year Player Draft on Tuesday. I’m going to try the first 32 picks and probably won’t get any of them right. Most of my information is going to come from ESPN.com.
Alright, now that the Combine is over, we’ve started our fan mock draft. We’re planning on going three rounds, so check in often. Drafters will have 12 hours to email us a pick for their respective team.
1. BJ Raji – DT- Boston College - “It came down to three players; Raji, Aaron Curry or Jason Smith. I went with Raji because Detroit had huge problems stopping the run last year after trading Shaun Rogers to Cleveland. Detroit was dead last in defense among the 32 teams. At least the offense was 27th !” (more…)
For the last mock draft we’ll be putting up here, we’re going to need your help. Follow this link to see what I’m talking about. It will be fun and will give you documented evidence that you can draft better than your team’s front office.
Here’s the new one: (more…)