Posts Tagged ‘2013 NFL Mock Draft’

Pre Free Agency-Post Combine First Round Mock Draft

Friday, March 8th, 2013

MDD Staff Writer:  Chad Pullen

With free agency set to begin next Tuesday and a few of the free agent dominoes already having fallen, we take a quick look at how the first round of the draft could shake up before teams start to address their biggest needs in free agency.  We will follow with more mock ups as the free agent pieces fall and adjust each teams draft boards leading up to the draft.  (more…)

2013 NFL Mock Draft: Eric’s February 5th Update

Tuesday, February 5th, 2013

Keenan Allen
The Senior Bowl has come and gone along with all the juniors firmly announced for the 2013 NFL Draft, and the Combine is quickly approaching. Therefore, it’s time to take another look at the 2013 NFL Draft, especially who the Dolphins may take.

While a lot can (and will) change thanks to the NFL Combine and Free Agency, in this mock, we’ll see three top 10 quarterbacks, six Top 20 offensive linemen, two tight ends, and three non-BCS prospects in the first round of this mock draft. (more…)

2013 NFL First Round Mock Draft: November 30th

Friday, November 30th, 2012

Bjoern Werner
MDD Lead Editor: Eric Galko

1. Kansas City Chiefs – Geno Smith, QB, West Virginia
It’s still unclear whether Geno Smith is a worthy of the #1 overall pick, but when a team like the Chiefs is desperate for a new QB, the value gets a bit erased. While they could go the free agent round, a new head coach may want his own QB to groom (as opposed to Alex Smith signing), and Geno is the best in this class.

2. Jacksonville Jaguars – Bjoern Werner, DE, Florida State*
The best prospect in this class in my opinion, the Jaguars should target the best player available. Werner has the strength in his hands and lower half to drive on the inside, but also has the athletic ability to set the edge as well. A quarterback may be an option, but they need talent across the board and Werner could be special.

3. Philadelphia Eagles – Jake Matthews, OT, Texas A&M*
It’s clear the Eagles are desperate for offensive line help, and they should take the best one available. While many may view his teammate Luke Joeckel, as the top tackle, I think Matthews just edges him out. Although he played right tackle in college, Matthews can likely shift to left if need be, but adds the consistency and inside leverage protection they need. (more…)

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