2010 NFL Mock Draft VI (09/29)

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:

Pick Team Player Pos School
1 Titans Russell Okung OL Oklahoma State
2 Dolphins Eric Berry SS Tennessee
3 Rams Sam Bradford QB Oklahoma
4 Bucs Trent Williams OG Oklahoma
5 Chiefs Dez Bryant WR Oklahoma State
6 Browns C.J. Spiller RB Clemson
7 *49ers Colt McCoy QB Texas
8 Jaguars Tim Tebow QB Florida
9 Bills Ndamukong Suh DT Nebraska
10 Seahawks Gerald McCoy DT Oklahoma
11 Texans Greg Hardy DE Mississippi
12 Cardinals Sean Weatherspoon OLB Missouri
13 Steelers Selvish Capers OT West Virginia
14 Redskins Taylor Mays SS USC
15 Raiders Arthur Jones DT Syracuse
16 Lions Carlos Dunlap DE Florida
17 49ers Brandon LaFell WR LSU
18 Chargers Corey Wootton DE Northwestern
19 Packers Jared Odrick DE Penn State
20 Patriots Brandon Spikes OLB Florida
21 Falcons Rolondo McClain LB Alabama
22 Cowboys Marshwan Gilyard WR Cincinnati
23 Bengals Jerry Hughes DE TCU
24 **Broncos Jevan Snead QB Mississippi
25 Eagles Marvin Austin DT North Carolina
26 Jets Terrence Cody DT Alabama
27 Saints Jonathan Dwyer RB Georgia Tech
28 Colts Ciron Black OT LSU
29 Vikings Jermaine Gresham TE Oklahoma
30 ***Seahawks Patrick Robinson CB Florida State
31 Giants Darrell Stuckey SS Kansas
32 Ravens Arrelious Benn WR Illinois

* Carolina traded their first-round pick to San Francisco for San Francisco’s 2009 second-round selection (43rd overall, used to select Everette Brown) and their 2009 fourth-round selection (111th overall, used to select Mike Goodson).

** Chicago traded their first-round pick along with their 2009 first- and third-round selections, and quarterback Kyle Orton to Denver for quarterback Jay Cutler and a 2009 fifth-round selection.

*** Denver traded their first-round pick to Seattle for Seattle’s 2009 second-round selection (37th overall, used to select Alphonso Smith).

6 Responses

  1. I realize Berry is good and I don’t follow the Dolphins, but do they need a SS. I could see them going with a WR because they don’t have an established number 1 guy. Also 3 guys I am curious about and their draft status Major Wright, Lindley and Johnson from KY. Should I expect them in the 2nd round?

    • I think the Dolphins need a strong safety and as of right now I don’t see any wide receivers that would be coming out of college this year worth taking with the second overall pick. Dez Bryant is the top WR right now, in my opinion and he may be worth it but I just don’t really think so. Berry is more of a sure bet. The Dolphins are starting Yeremiah Bell at free safety right now, and he beyond his prime and wasn’t all that great to begin with, haha.

      As for Wright, Lindley and Johnson… I don’t think major wright is even worth drafting any earlier than the sixth round, but he’s really probably an early seventh round talent. Lindley is definitely a late first round talent but I just didn’t think enough teams in the right spots had a big enough need for a cornerback and Micah Johnson is probably like a fifth round pick as of right now.

  2. I also doubt Washington goes with Taylor Mays at SS. Horton and Landry should have the safety spots on lockdown

    If Washington makes the right move they go OL. If they make the wrong move they sell out Campbell again and draft Sneed or Tebow.

    • Word on the streets is that the Jags want tebow.

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