2009 NFL Mock Draft II (9/25)

Okay, it’s been two weeks since my first 2009 mock draft and like that one, I am using my current predictions for the season to determine the selection order. I mixed things up a little bit this time though. Instead of making all of the selections myself I got some outside input. For 5 of the first 8 overall picks, I had the selections be made by a fan of the team, and then for six teams people submitted their ratings for each positional need on their team. So giving credit where it’s due, I would like to thank the following people:

Bryan, who again made the first overall pick for the Rams.

AJP, who made the Lions first round pick as well as rating their positional needs.

Matthew Conn, who made the Chiefs first round selection.

Alex Borenstein, who made the Dolphins first round selection and rated their positional needs.

Nick Wagner, who made the Browns first round selection and rated their positional needs.

Ricky Frech, who submitted ratings for the Vikings positional needs.

Clinton Portis (not really), who submitted ratings for the Redskins positional needs.

Brian Parkinson, who submitted ratings for the Cowboys positional needs.

Now with all of that out of the way, here is my second 2009 NFL Mock Draft:

Rnd Pick Team Selection Pos School
1 1 St Louis Michael Oher OT Mississippi
1 2 Kansas City Michael Johnson DE Georgia Tech
1 3 Detroit Duke Robinson OG Oklahoma
1 4 Miami Rey Maualuga MLB USC
1 5 Cincinnati Knowshon Moreno RB Georgia
1 6 Atlanta Andre Smith OT Alabama
1 7 Oakland Michael Crabtree WR Texas Tech
1 8 Cleveland Chris Wells RB Ohio State
1 9 San Francisco Matt Stafford QB Georgia
1 10 Houston James Laurinaitis MLB Ohio State
1 11 Baltimore Malcolm Jenkins CB Ohio State
1 12 Chicago Eugene Monroe OT Virginia
1 13 Tampa Bay Jeff Owens DT Georgia
1 14 Seattle William Moore FS Missouri
1 15 Minnesota Tim Tebow QB Florida
1 16 Washington Brian Orakpo DE Texas
1 17 Jacksonville Tyson Jackson DE LSU
1 18 Green Bay Mike Mickens CB Cincinnati
1 19 NY Jets Cullen Harper QB Clemson
1 20 Denver Terrance Taylor DT Michigan
1 21 New England Brandon Spikes MLB Florida
1 22 Arizona Brian Robiskie WR Ohio State
1 23 Tennessee Herman Johnson OG LSU
1 24 Philadelphia Darrius Heyward-Bey WR Maryland
1 25 San Diego Aaron Curry OLB Wake Forest
1 26 Buffalo Brian Cushing OLB USC
1 27 Philadelphia Alphonso Smith CB Wake Forest
1 28 Dallas Darius Butler CB Connecticut
1 29 New Orleans Vontae Davis CB Illinois
1 30 Pittsburgh Taylor Mays FS USC
1 31 NY Giants Nic Harris SS Oklahoma
1 32 Indianapolis George Selvie DE South Florida
2 33 St Louis Greg Hardy DE Mississippi
2 34 Kansas City Ciron Black OT Auburn
2 35 Detroit Dannell Ellerbe MLB Georgia
2 36 Miami Jeremy Maclin WR Missouri
2 37 Cincinnati Fili Moala DT USC
2 38 Atlanta Marcus Freeman OLB Ohio State
2 39 Oakland Maurice Evans DE Penn State
2 40 Cleveland Alex Mack OC California
2 41 San Francisco Percy Harvin WR Florida
2 42 Houston James Davis RB Clemson
2 43 Baltimore Jamon Meredith OT South Carolina
2 44 Chicago Louis Murphy WR Florida
2 45 Tampa Bay Derrick Williams WR Penn State
2 46 Seattle Chase Coffman TE Missouri
2 47 Minnesota Alex Boone OT Ohio State
2 48 Miami Courtney Greene FS Rutgers
2 49 Jacksonville Jonathan Luigs OC Arkansas
2 50 Green Bay Javon Ringer RB Michigan St
2 51 NY Jets Arian Foster RB Tennessee
2 52 Denver Brad Lester RB Auburn
2 53 New England Hunter Cantwell QB Louisville
2 54 Arizona Kevin Barnes CB Maryland
2 55 Tennessee Matt Shaughnessy DE Wisconsin
2 56 Carolina Xavier Fulton OT Illinois
2 57 New England Victor Harris CB Virginia Tech
2 58 Buffalo Brandon Pettigrew TE Oklahoma St
2 59 Philadelphia Derek Pegues FS Mississippi St
2 60 Dallas Brandon Gibson WR Washington St
2 61 NY Giants Bruce Johnson CB Miami
2 62 Pittsburgh Greg Middleton DE Indiana
2 63 NY Giants Juaquin Iglesias WR Oklahoma
2 64 Indianapolis Trevor Canfield OG Cincinnati
3 65 St Louis Tyrone McKenzie OLB South Florida
3 66 Kansas City Curtis Painter QB Purdue
3 67 Detroit Evander Hood DT Missouri
3 68 Miami Michael Hamlin SS Clemson
3 69 Cincinnati Clint Sintim OLB Virginia
3 70 Atlanta Ricky Jean-Francois DT LSU
3 71 Oakland Anthony Parker OG Tennessee
3 72 Dallas Everette Brown DE Florida State
3 73 San Francisco Zack Follett OLB California
3 74 Houston Purvis Ryan TE Boston College
3 75 Baltimore Demetrius Byrd WR LSU
3 76 Chicago Dallas Reynolds OG BYU
3 77 Tampa Bay DeMarcus Grainger DE Oklahoma
3 78 Seattle BJ Raji DT Boston College
3 79 Minnesota Antoine Caldwell OC Alabama
3 80 Washington Vance Walker DT Georgia Tech
3 81 Jacksonville Jason Smith OT Baylor
3 82 Green Bay Jermaine Gresham TE Oklahoma
3 83 NY Jets Pat White WR West Virginia
3 84 Denver Phil Loadholt OT Oklahoma
3 85 New England Captain Munnerlyn CB South Carolina
3 86 Arizona Travis Beckum TE Wisconsin
3 87 Tennessee Ramses Barden WR Cal Poly SLO
3 88 Carolina Antonio Coleman DE Auburn
3 89 San Diego Lawrence Wilson DE Ohio State
3 90 Buffalo Josh McNiel OC Tennessee
3 91 Philadelphia Myron Rolle SS Florida State
3 92 Dallas Darry Beckwith MLB LSU
3 93 New Orleans Mitch Petrus OG Arkansas
3 94 Pittsburgh Joe Burnett CB Central Florida
3 95 NY Giants CJ Spillman FS Marshall
3 96 Indianapolis Cody Brown OLB Connecticut

As always, please feel free to leave a comment, and if you would like to submit ratings for your favorite team’s positional needs that I can use for my next mock draft take a look at our Contact Us page, and shoot me an email and I’ll let you know what you need to do.

Check out my most recent mock draft here!

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8 Responses

  1. Your kidding right? Myron Rolle, and Phil Loadholt, in the 3rd round? Travis Beckham too?

    Back to the drawing board boys.

  2. just out of curiosity, where would you have them go?

  3. […] Weller and Bryan […]

  4. I’m thinking Carl Peterson and perhaps Herm Edwards may not be involved in next years draft for the Chiefs. I can’t deny Johnson’s talent and that he will most likely be a top 5 pick…..I can’t deny that the Chiefs would benefit by his presence next to Glenn Dorsey, but assuming that Brodie Croyle will not stay healthy….ever….I gotta believe that Clark Hunt is gonna want one of the top 3 QB’s in the draft next year. Whom ever that turns out to be. I hope Sam Bardford continues to tear it up and decides to declare for the draft, but even if he doesn’t…..I’m thinking the Chiefs would take Tebow or Stafford unless they fall due to decline in stats or team success. Clark Hunt said he wanted the team to develop a QB, and if Brodie proves he is not the long term answer……it’s gotta be a QB with the first pick. On the flip side if by some miracle Brodie DOES stay healthy the rest of the year and figures out how to produce touchdown drives and win ball games the Chiefs probably won’t pick high enough to draft Johnson nor would we need him, because hopefully Tamba Hali, and Turk McBride will continue to develop.

  5. I didn’t make that first pick for the Chiefs. They are one of the teams that were being picked by somebody else for the first round. But you do make very good points, and I agree that they do definitely need a quarterback.

  6. […] As with my past mock drafts I used my most recent NFL predictions to determine the draft order. As before I used reader’s inputs to determine positional needs for people’s favorite teams. […]

  7. The Vikings already have their future Center when birk leaves, but I love the pick of Cushing, an upgrade for Leber, he will learn under him and take over when he leaves via FA.

  8. Nathan- I’m glad you like the picks! Check out our newest mock draft here: https://classic17.wordpress.com/2008/12/10/2009-nfl-mock-draft-v-1210/

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