OK all we all have seen tons of mock drafts for this years NFL draft. I am providing my first round mock draft that will follow with at least three to four more before draft day going to a two round then finishing with a three round mock draft. Let's here what you guys think?
#1. Dolphins - (DT) Glenn Dorsey (LSU) - Bill Parcell will try to shop the #1 overall pick to add additional picks to help jump start the Dolphins organization if unsuccessful I see Miami going with Dorsey over Chris Long reson being Dorsey seems to be the most dominating DT to enter the draft since "Big Daddy" Dan Wilkenson. Dorsey is a great fit if Miami goes to a 3-4 defense at NT but also will be dangerous in a 4-3 defensive scheme.
#2. Rams- (OT) Jake Long (Michigan) - If the Rams plan to protect Marc Bulger and provide a dominate run blocker for Stephen Jackson the Long is there man. Rams need Long in a desperate way and this makes the best sense to me.
#5. Chiefs - (DE) Chris Long (Virginia) - Long is a stud who many scouts think could be even better then his Hall of Fame father Howie Long which says a tons. With Jarred Allen most likely leaving by free agency Long is a smart and safe pick if he still on the board.
#6. Jets - (QB) Matt Ryan (Boston College) - The Jets need a QB in a very bad way and Ryan reminds me a lot of Carson Palmer when he came out of college. I expect Ryan to be a very good NFL QB within two or three years.
#7. Patriots - (CB) Ledois McKelvin (Troy State) - New England may be losing two of their man three CB's this year because of free agency so McKelvin would be a smart selection. Ledois stock is on the move and I expect him to be a top 10 selcection come this April.
#8. Ravens - (OT) Ryan Cady (Boise State) - Plan and simple the Ravens need help at OT in a huge way and Cady has all the tools to develop into a dominate RT in the NFL with his amazing quick feet and upper body strength.
#9. Bengals - (LB) Dan Connor (Penn State) - This is the kind of player the Bengals need a hard noise football player that all he does is make plays and comes with no baggage. Connor is sure to help fix the Bengals poor defense as a rookie.
#10. Saints - (DB) Reggie Smith (Oklahoma) - New Orleans needs help in their secondary period and Smith is a good corner and also a heck of a FS which will help the Saints fix up their current poor secondary by placing Smith at corner or FS.
#11. Bills - (LB) Keith Rivers (USC)
#12. Broncos - (DE) Vernon Gholston (Ohio State)
#13. Panthers - (QB) Brian Brohm (Louisville)
#14. Bears - (WR) DeSean Jackson (Cal)
#15. Lions - (CB) Mike Jenkins (South Florida)
#16. Cardinals - (RB) Jonathan Stewart (Oregon)
#17. Vikings - (DE) Derrick Harvey (Florida)
#18. Texans - (RB) Rashard Mendenhall (Illinois)
#19. Eagles - (WR) Limas Sweed (Texas)
#20. Buccaneers - (OT) Sam Baker (USC)
#21. Redskins - (DE) Calasis Campbell (Miami)
#22. Cowboys - (WR) Malcom Kelly (Oklahoma)
#23. Steelers - (OT) Jeff Otah (Pitt)
#24. Titans - (WR) Mario Manningham (Michigan)
#25. Seahawks - (RB) Jamaal Charles (Texas)
#26. Jaguars - (DE) Phillip Merling (Clemson)
#27. Chargers - (DT) Kentwan Balmer (North Carolina)
#28. Cowboys - (CB) Aqib Talib (Kansas)
#29. 49ers - (OT) Gosder Cherilus (Boston College)
#30. Packers - (CB) Antoine Cason (Arizona)
#31. Giants - (CB) Tracy Porter (Indiana)
#32. Patriots - ***FOREFIT***