mock draft 2


1. Rd 1 Pick 5 to the Tennessee Titans for Rd 1 Pick 11 and Rd 2 Pick 42

Watkins Mack Clowney could all be available but most likely Watkins and Tennessee needs an exciting play maker to go with or replace Chris Johnson

2. Rd 2 Pick 36 and Terrelle Pryor to the Jacksonville Jaguars for Rd 3 Pick 70, Rd 4 Pick 114, and Rd 5 Pick 159

Jacksonville has multiple picks in the 4th/5th rounds so for basically a third rounder Jacksonville gets a high second rounder and an exciting quarterback to compete with Chad Henne

3. Rd 7 Pick 235 and Denarius Moore to the New England Patriots for Rd 6 Pick 198

New England has 3 picks in the sixth including a compensatory and could give one of them up for a low seventh and a proven slot receiver in Moore


Rd 1 Pick 11: LB Anthony Barr UCLA

Barr continuously faced good competition in Stanford/Oregon unlike Mack who only faced a weak Ohio State once. Barr can start opposite right away, provide a pass rush and would be a perfect fit for Allen who can hopefully turn him into a superstar like he did with Von Miller

Rd 2 Pick 42: DE Scott Crichton Oregon State

Crichton played all over the line at OSU even spent time at nose. Versatile and strong he would definitely improve playing opposite of Woodley or Tuck. Provide depth for now but turn into a starter in the future.

Rd 3 Pick 67: WR Donte Moncrief Ole Miss

Big play maker who will be groomed to take over the number one role from James Jones. Some experts say he is just as good as Watkins.

Rd 3 Pick 70: RB Jeremy Hill LSU

Big physical running back who would give Oakland a nice 1 2 punch with Murray or McFadden

Rd 4 Pick 107: LB Shayne Skov Stanford

Physical LB that would bring toughness and swagger that Oakland hasn't had in awhile. Liability in coverage and has suffered some injuries but none life threatening. Would be a better leader and play maker then Roach and would ultimately replace him.

Rd 4 Pick 114: OT JaWuan James Tennessee

Big tackle would provide depth and eventually become a starter. For now would be a good tackle project for Sparano along with Watson. Hasn't missed a game at Tennessee.

Rd 5 Pick 159: CB Antone Exum Virginia Tech

Very physical and versatile could be number 2 corner or replace Woodson at FS. Played in only 3 games last year or else would be drafted way higher.

Rd 6 Pick 198: WR/RB Dri Archer Kent St.

Electric, would return kicks and punts plus be a gunner alongside Taiwan Jones. Would fill in at running back and maybe play a little out of the slot.

Rd 7 Pick 219: DT Deandre Coleman Cal

Strong against the run, great value and good depth switching in with McGee and Smith on the D Line.

Undrafted Free Agents:

Colt Lyerla TE Oregon

Marcel Jensen TE Fresno St.

Aaron Lynch DE South Florida

Taylor Hart DE Oregon

Jeff Janis WR Saginaw Valley

End of the year:


FS: Woodson

SS: Branch

CB 1: Hayden

CB 2: Exum

OLB: Moore

MLB: Skov

OLB: Barr

DE: Tuck

DT: McGee/Smith

DT: Smith/Coleman

DE: Crichton/Woodley


QB: McGloin/Schaub

WR 1: Moncrief

WR 2: Jones

WR 3: Streater

TE: Lyerla/Jensen

RB: Hill/Murray

FB: Reece

LT: Watson

LG: Boothe

C: Wiz

RG: Howard

RT: James

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