The Mock Draft

DAN BILICKI, QMI Agency

, Last Updated: 10:29 AM ET

1. St. Louis

Sam Bradford, QB, Oklahoma

They could have started printing Bradford's Rams jersey the minute that the ink was dry on Marc Bulger's release.

2. Detroit

Ndamukong Suh, DT, Nebraska

It's amazing how everybody has quickly forgotten Suh's dominant performance to close out the season. He's a stud in waiting.

3. Tampa Bay

Gerald McCoy, DT, Texas

The Bucs would be happy with Suh or McCoy, who is the better run-stuffing big man out of the two prized DTs.

4. Washington

Russell Okung, OT, Oklahoma State

With Donovan McNabb on board at QB, the Skins now have to get someone to help keep him upright in the pocket.

5. Kansas City

Trent Williams, OT, Oklahoma.

Williams, who spent three-years on the right side before switching this past season, should be a better fit for KC's O-line.

6. Seattle

Brian Bulaga, OT, Iowa

Replacing Walter Jones is no small task, but Bulaga is NFL ready after playing in a pro-style blocking system.

7. Cleveland

Eric Berry, S, Tennessee

After landing CB Sheldon Brown, the Browns will continue to upgrade their defensive backfield with the best safety in the draft.

8. Oakland

Bruce Campbell, OT, Maryland

Of the remaining tackles, he looked the best at the combine. How could Al Davis pass up a work-out warrior who grades high?

9. Buffalo

Jimmy Clausen, QB, Notre Dame

Coach Gailey has already dropped some hints that the Bills are on their way to the Clausen era. An OT is a possibility, too.

10. Jacksonville

Jason Pierre-Paul, DE, South Florida

Could trade down with second-round intentions for Tim Tebow, but need to upgrade their pass rush.

The new "Freak" should end their sacking woes.

11. Denver

Dez Bryant, WR, Oklahoma State

After trading away Brandon Marshall, this pick looks like a lock. Bryant's supposed character issues aren't as bad people think they are.

12. Miami

Dan Williams, NT, Tennessee

36-year old DT Jason Ferguson is suspended for the first half of '10, making this pick a near lock. Williams is a replacement for now and the future.

13. San Francisco

Joe Haden, CB, Florida

The top-rated CB in the draft will fill one of the 49ers' biggest needs. Haden could have been a top-seven pick, if not for team needs.

14. Seattle

C.J. Spiller, RB, Clemson

Julius Jones and Justin Forsett aren't exactly setting the world on fire and Spiller is the top runner in the draft.

15. New York Giants

Rolando McClain, MLB, Alabama

Missed out on Karlos Dansby in free agency, and definitely need some LB talent after letting Antonio Pierce go.

16. Tennessee

Derrick Morgan, DE, Georgia Tech.

Morgan is the DE best suited for a 4-3 defence in the draft and the Titans have a need there after Kyle Vanden Bosch left town.

17. San Francisco

Anthony Davis, OT, Rutgers.

The Niners will be two-for-two in filling some depth-chart holes. If Clausen dropped to here, there would be some serious discussion.

18. Pittsburgh

Maurkice Pouncey, OG-C, Florida

A wide receiver is an option after dealing Santonio Holmes, but the Steelers still need help on their offensive line.

19. Atlanta

Brandon Graham, DE/LB, Michigan

The Falcons have no huge needs and Graham could be plugged right into their front seven. They'll be more than happy to have him as an edge rusher.

20. Houston

Kyle Wilson, CB, Boise State

Texans could take a RB, but also have a need at corner. After all, they face Peyton Manning twice a season.

21. Cincinnati

Jermaine Gresham, TE, Oklahoma

Already set at WR, Gresham gives the Bengals another option in the passing game. We wouldn't put them past taking a safety, either.

22. New England

Earl Thomas, S, Texas

Thomas has been moving up a lot of draft boards and could go as high as seventh if the chips fall right. Bill Belichick will love that value here.

23. Green Bay

Mike Iupati, OL, Idaho

Versatile lineman could play either guard spot or at RT, something the Packers need as their veteran O-line ages.

24. Philadelphia

Sean Weatherspoon, LB, Missouri

The Eagles have a big need for linebackers and Weatherspoon can play anywhere in the second level.

25. Baltimore

Devin McCourty, CB, Rutgers

The Ravens have already restocked the wide-out position in free agency and Gresham is off the board. They've had some depth issues at CB for a few seasons.

26. Arizona

Sergio Kindle, DE/LB, Texas

The highly rated Kindle takes a tumble down the draft board. Let's hope Joey Porter doesn't influence him too much in the desert.

27. Dallas

Taylor Mays, S, USC

The athletic Mays would fill in nicely for the released Ken Hamlin. Fellow Trojan Charles Brown also could go here to sure up the OT spot.

28. San Diego

Ryan Matthews, RB, Fresno State

The second-best running back falls to a team with a big need for one. Matthews will form a good tandem with Darren Sproles.

29. New York Jets

Jared Odrick, DT, Penn State

The Jets suffered after Kris Jenkins' injury last season and Odrick can fit in anywhere along the D-line. Great for the Jets' scheme.

30. Minnesota

Terrence Cody, NT, Alabama

"Mount Cody" would be a welcome addition to the Vikings' defensive line. With the Williams Wall aging, he'll be a great replacement brick.

31. Indianapolis

Kareem Jackson, CB, Alabama

The Colts' modus operandi is to take the best player available. That is Jackson here, and the Colts had some depth issues at corner.

32. New Orleans

Everson Griffen, DE, USC

Griffen will fill the spot of Charles Grant as a 4-3 defensive end for the defending champs. Defensive end is one of the few holes for the Saints.


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