2010 NFL Mock Draft 2.0

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Pick Team Player Selected Player’s Position Player’s School Analysis
1. Sam Bradford
Quarterback Oklahoma Ready to move in a new direction, the Rams select the new face of their franchise.
2. Russell Okung
Offensive Tackle Oklahoma State
Defensive tackle is an option here, but the Lions opt to protect last year’s investment (Stafford).
3. Ndamukong Suh
Defensive Tackle
Nebraska The Bucs are thrilled to have their choice between the top two defensive tackles available.
4. Bryan Bulaga
Offensive Tackle
Iowa Quarterback is a possibility, but the Redskins go with a bigger need: the offensive line.
5. Eric Berry Safety Tennessee The Chiefs are happy to see Berry fall to them; he provides an immediate upgrade to their secondary.
6. Gerald McCoy Defensive Tackle
Oklahoma There are bigger needs, but the Seahawks need help everywhere in the trenches. McCoy offers great value and is a no-brainer at sixth overall.
7. Dez Bryant
Wide Receiver
Oklahoma State
Bryant gives the Browns a legit number one wide receiver and playmaker.
8. Trent Williams Offensive Tackle
Needing upgrades at both tackle positions, the Raiders pass on other needs and address their offensive line.
9. Jimmy Clausen Quarterback Notre Dame Buffalo is desperate for a new quarterback and ecstatic that Clausen is available.

Rolando McClain Linebacker
Alabama A lot has been invested at this position already, but the Broncos can’t pass up a prospect like McClain.
11. Jason Pierre-Paul
Defensive End South Florida
Pierre-Paul may take some time to develop, but the Jaguars desperately need help rushing the passer.
12. Sergio Kindle Linebacker Texas Kindle seems like a perfect fit in Miami’s defensive scheme, and Parcells loves linebackers with first-round talent.
13. Joe Haden
Cornerback Florida Looking to improve a pass defense that ranked 21st in 2009, the 49ers are very happy to see Haden available here.
14. C.J. Spiller Running Back Clemson There are a lot of players still on the board, but the Seahawks can’t pass on a dynamic playmaker like Spiller. Seattle doesn’t have anyone who scares opposing defenses.
15. Jared Odrick
Defensive Tackle
Penn State
The Giants need to add a young body to their mix of aging, ineffective defensive tackles.
16. Derrick Morgan
Defensive End
Georgia Tech
Morgan is arguably the best defensive end available and the Titans desperately need a disruptive presence at the position.
17. Mike Iupati
Offensive Guard
Idaho Not a glaring need, but Iupati is a hot prospect and the 49ers could upgrade their offensive line.
18. Anthony Davis
Offensive Tackle Rutgers Davis is a great value here and could develop into a premier left tackle in the NFL.
19. Brandon Graham
Defensive End
Michigan Graham should give Atlanta a consistent pass rusher to play opposite John Abraham.
20. Ryan Mathews
Running Back
Fresno State
Mathews is a nice complement to Steve Slaton and should add to an already potent Houston offense.
21. Brandon Spikes
Linebacker Florida A bit of a reach, but Spikes fits nicely in Cincinnati’s D and adds depth to an already capable group.
22. Sean Witherspoon
Linebacker Missouri The Patriots need help at this position, and Witherspoon’s physical skills are too good to pass up.
23. Bruce Campbell
Offensive Tackle Maryland After allowing a league-high 51 sacks last year, upgrading the offensive line is a must.
24. Taylor Mays
Safety Southern Cal
Mays gives the Eagles a much-needed physical presence in the defensive backfield.
25. Jermaine Gresham
Tight End
Baltimore is going to give Joe Flacco everything he needs to be successful.
26. Jerry Hughes
Linebacker Texas Christian
Hughes should fit nicely in Arizona’s 3-4 defense; his pass-rushing talents fill a glaring need on the edge.
27. Earl Thomas
Safety Texas There are other options here, but Thomas offers too much value here and fills a need in the secondary.
28. Dan Williams
Defensive Tackle Tennessee Other needs aside, the Chargers need a big, run-stuffing defensive tackle.
29. Golden Tate
Wide Receiver
Notre Dame
A legitimate playmaker at wide receiver, Tate should be a popular pick with Jets fans.
30. Kyle Wilson
Cornerback Boise State
The Vikings need to add a tough, athletic defensive back.
31. Maurkice Pouncey
Florida Pouncey is probably the best offensive lineman available and should immediately upgrade Indy’s interior.
32. Sean Lee
Linebacker Penn State
The Saints are looking for more weapons on defense and won’t hesitate selecting Lee.

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