NFL Mock Draft 2012: New Blood Enters Round One

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Apr 28, 2011; New York, NY, USA; A general view as NFL commissioner Roger Goodell announces the number thirty overall pick to the New York Jets during the 2011 NFL Draft at Radio City Music Hall. Mandatory Credit: Jerry Lai-US PRESSWIRE

This week has some, big changes with the Senior Bowl having a massive impact. Also, I have a few teams where their pick could go one way or another, so I figured I’d switch a few around to show this. As in previous drafts, this mock includes a trade with the Cleveland Browns sending both their first round picks to St Louis for the #2 overall pick (details of the trade can be found in full in my Mock Draft Special Trade Edition).

You can check out Version 1 of my mock draft HERE and continue HERE for version 2.

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1. Indianapolis Colts
. Andrew Luck
. Quarterback, Stanford

2. Cleveland Browns (from St. Louis Rams)
. Robert Griffin, III
. Quarterback, Baylor

3. Minnesota Vikings
. Matt Kalil
. Offensive Tackle, USC

4. St. Louis Rams (from Cleveland Browns)
. Trent Richardson
. Running Back, Alabama

5. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
. Justin Blackmon
. Wide Receiver, Oklahoma State

6. Washington Redskins
. Morris Claiborne
. Cornerback, LSU

7. Jacksonville Jaguars
. Courtney Upshaw
. Linebacker, Alabama

8. Carolina Panthers
. Quinton Coples
. Defensive End, North Carolina

9. Miami Dolphins
. Riley Reiff
. Offensive Tackle, Iowa

10. Buffalo Bills
. Melvin Ingram
. Defensive End, South Carolina

11. Kansas City Chiefs
. David DeCastro
. Offensive Guard, Stanford

12. Seattle Seahawks
. Michael Floyd
. Wide Receiver, Notre Dame

13. Arizona Cardinals
. Jonathan Martin
. Offensive Tackle, Stanford

14. Dallas Cowboys
. Mark Barron
. Safety, Alabama

15. Philadelphia Eagles
. Cordy Glenn
. Offensive Tackle, Georgia

16. New York Jets
. Devon Still
. Defensive End, Penn State

Picks 17-32 on Page 2.

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  • Dave5

    They Browns can’t afford to give up a 1st round pick to move up two spots.

  • http://nflspinzone.com/author/csmith/ GizzyDJ

    If you read my special trade edition you’ll see that they get St Louis’ second round pick which is number 34 in the draft. It’s not quite a first round pick but it’s close enough for them to get a receiver like Mohammed Sanu or possibly Alshon Jefferys if he falls out of the first round. It’d also be a great pick to take a Tight End. The Browns would also have pick 36 as well so they’d be well placed at the top of the second round to either get two top players or to trade down from one pick and still get a top talent with the other pick.