AFC East: Sergio Kindle

Bruschi: Patriots must address front seven

April, 23, 2010
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ESPN analyst Tedy Bruschi breaks down his old team's remaining draft needs by taking a look at what the New England Patriots should do with their three second-round draft choices Friday night.

The Patriots snagged Rutgers cornerback Devin McCourty late in the first round Friday night.

"They still have to go with the front-seven help because they had some struggles, especially in the playoffs last year, versus the run," Bruschi said. "You have some linebackers that have departed. They need some help defensively.

"This Patriots defense needs to get back to being physical and they need a defensive end or possibly an outside linebacker."

Bruschi then shined the spotlight on Texas outside linebacker Sergio Kindle as a good fit for Bill Belichick's defense.

We walked a mile in these mockasins

April, 22, 2010
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Finally, it's draft day.

Time for one last AFC East mock roundup for you to mull over.

These are the latest projections from ESPN's Mel Kiper, Todd McShay and the Scouts Inc. crew, ESPN.com's NFL Blog Network, Dallas Morning News writer Rick Gosselin, the NFL.com trio of Bucky Brooks, Charles Davis and Pat Kirwan, the National Football Post's Wes Bunting, and the CBSSports.com quartet of Clark Judge, Pete Prisco, Rob Rang and Chad Reuter.

No. 9 Buffalo Bills

  • Kiper's pick: Anthony Davis, Rutgers tackle
  • Scouts Inc.'s pick: Bryan Bulaga, Iowa tackle
  • ESPN.com Blog Network's pick: Jimmy Clausen, Notre Dame quarterback
  • Brooks' pick: Jimmy Clausen, Notre Dame quarterback
  • Bunting's pick: Tim Tebow, Florida quarterback
  • Davis' pick: Jimmy Clausen, Notre Dame quarterback
  • Gosselin's pick: Dan Williams, Tennessee defensive tackle
  • Judge's pick: C.J. Spiller, Clemson running back
  • Kirwan's pick: Jimmy Clausen, Notre Dame quarterback
  • Prisco's pick: C.J. Spiller, Clemson running back
  • Rang's pick: Jimmy Clausen, Notre Dame quarterback
  • Reuter's pick: Jimmy Clausen, Notre Dame quarterback
No. 12 Miami Dolphins

  • Kiper's pick: Sergio Kindle, Texas outside linebacker
  • Scouts Inc.'s pick: Derrick Morgan, Georgia Tech defensive end
  • ESPN.com Blog Network's pick: Dan Williams, Tennessee defensive tackle
  • Brooks' pick: Earl Thomas, Texas safety
  • Bunting's pick: Derrick Morgan, Georgia Tech defensive end
  • Davis' pick: Sergio Kindle, Texas outside linebacker
  • Gosselin's pick: Demaryius Thomas, Georgia Tech receiver
  • Judge's pick: Williams, Tennessee defensive tackle
  • Kirwan's pick: Sergio Kindle, Texas outside linebacker
  • Prisco's pick: Williams, Tennessee defensive tackle
  • Rang's pick: Jerry Hughes, Texas Christian defensive end
  • Reuter's pick: Dan Williams, Tennessee defensive tackle
No. 22 New England Patriots

  • Kiper's pick: Jermaine Gresham, Oklahoma tight end
  • Scouts Inc.'s pick: Jermaine Gresham, Oklahoma tight end
  • ESPN.com Blog Network's pick: Sergio Kindle, Texas outside linebacker
  • Brooks' pick: Brandon Graham, Michigan outside linebacker
  • Bunting's pick: Jared Odrick, Penn State defensive tackle
  • Davis' pick: Jared Odrick, Penn State defensive tackle
  • Gosselin's pick: Earl Thomas, Texas safety
  • Judge's pick: Jerry Hughes, Texas Christian defensive end
  • Kirwan's pick: Dez Bryant, Oklahoma State receiver
  • Prisco's pick: Jermaine Gresham, Oklahoma tight end
  • Rang's pick: Jared Odrick, Penn State defensive tackle
  • Reuter's pick: Tim Tebow, Florida quarterback
No. 29 New York Jets

  • Kiper's pick: Linval Joseph, East Carolina defensive tackle
  • Scouts Inc.'s pick: Jared Odrick, Penn State defensive tackle
  • ESPN.com Blog Network's pick: Taylor Mays, USC safety
  • Brooks' pick: Jared Odrick, Penn State defensive tackle
  • Bunting's pick: Nate Allen, South Florida safety
  • Davis' pick: Everson Griffen, USC defensive end
  • Gosselin's pick: Patrick Robinson, Florida State cornerback
  • Judge's pick: Taylor Mays, USC safety
  • Kirwan's pick: Carlos Dunlap, Florida defensive end
  • Prisco's pick: Tyson Alualu, California defensive end
  • Rang's pick: Everson Griffen, USC defensive end
  • Reuter's pick: Demaryius Thomas, Georgia Tech receiver

Draft Watch: AFC East

April, 21, 2010
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NFC dream/Plan B: East | West | North | South AFC: East | West | North | South

Draft Watch: Biggest needs (2/17) | Busts/gems (2/24) | Schemes, themes (3/3) | Recent history (3/10) | Needs revisited (3/17) | Under-the-radar needs (3/26) | History in that spot (3/31) | Draft approach (4/7) | Decision-makers (4/14) | Dream scenario/Plan B (4/21)

Each Wednesday leading up to the NFL draft (April 22-24), the ESPN.com blog network will take a division-by-division look at key aspects of the draft. Today’s topic: dream scenario/Plan B.

Buffalo Bills

The Bills have so many needs, they can go any number of directions and land the right player in the ninth slot. As ESPN draft analyst Todd McShay has forecasted, the Bills will make a pivotal pick that affects the rest of the draft. They could have the option of taking the third- or fourth-best offensive tackle on their board, Notre Dame quarterback Jimmy Clausen, Tennessee nose tackle Dan Williams or maybe even Clemson running back C.J. Spiller or Oklahoma State receiver Dez Bryant. Whomever they've identified as the player who can help them most would be their dream scenario. If stuck with any of the above names, he would make a fine Plan B. The dilemma, however, is if the Bills pass on Clausen, another quality quarterback prospect might not be around when they pick again at No. 41.

Miami Dolphins

The Dolphins needed help before Jason Taylor split for the New York Jets. The Dolphins' indifference toward Taylor would suggest they'd already identified a player to handle that job. The Dolphins would love to see Georgia Tech pass-rusher Derrick Morgan still on the board with the 12th selection. If Morgan isn't there and Williams hasn't been picked up yet, then the Dolphins wouldn't be upset to settle. They need a young nose tackle to hold down the middle of their 3-4 defensive line for the future. Veteran Jason Ferguson will open the season with an eight-game suspension.

New England Patriots

The Patriots own four picks from the 22nd through 53rd slots. That affords them flexibility to go after any number of positions with their first-round pick and then concentrate on others in the second round. The Patriots need to bolster their pass rush. Sergio Kindle from Texas and Brandon Graham seem like great fits for a Bill Belichick outside linebacker, but both could be gone by the time the Patriots are on the clock. USC defensive end Everson Griffen would be another prudent option here. Griffen has been generating some late buzz.

New York Jets

In many ways, the Jets already have held their draft. They've picked up a running back (LaDainian Tomlinson), receiver (Santonio Holmes), pass-rusher (Taylor), cornerback (Antonio Cromartie) and safety (Brodney Pool). The Jets still have needs, but none of them critical. They have the luxury of taking the best player available, and it won't be the wrong choice. But if the Jets want to draft a player who will start on opening night, then a safety would appear to be the position -- as the roster looks Wednesday morning -- to target. USC's Taylor Mays would look good in Jets gear. Of course, general manager Mike Tannenbaum has a penchant for trading up to grab the prospect he believes will make an impact. By Thursday night, a veteran on the roster could be traded to make room for a position that looks filled now.

Mock yourself out with the Draft Machine

April, 16, 2010
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SportsNation once again is offering a neat tool that allows you to get your mock on.

The NFL Draft Machine is back.

Anybody listed in the Scouts Inc. database is available. Hover your mouse over a player's name to see a thumbnail scouting report. Then drag him over to the slot where you think he'll be drafted.

Buffalo Bills fans can state their preference between quarterback Jimmy Clausen or tackle Bryan Bulaga with the ninth selection. For the Miami Dolphins at No. 12, you can pencil in nose tackle Dan Williams or outside linebacker Sergio Kindle or whomever else you like.

The entire first round is up to you.

About the only function you can't perform is trading picks, which means you can't get the full Mike Tannenbaum experience.

You must fill out at least the first 10 slots to submit your mock. Then you'll be taken to a page that stacks it up against the SportsNation consensus and the latest projections from ESPN draft analyst Todd McShay.

There's also the option to convert your war room into Romper Room.

With all of the prospects rated by Scouts Inc. in the hopper, you can mess with Michigan punter Zoltan Mesko and send him to the New England Patriots with the 22nd pick. Feel free to send a cornerback from Lindenwood University to the New York Jets at No. 29. If you've ever made the argument long-snappers are undervalued, then go ahead and list them with the first four picks if you desire.

You're the GM. Who are we to say how you stack your board?

Belichick longs for model OLBs

April, 13, 2010
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ESPNBoston.com reporter Mike Reiss had an educational item on his blog Monday that I wanted to share here.

In a video snippet from the recent draft party ESPNBoston.com sponsored for New England Patriots season-ticket holders, former linebacker Tedy Bruschi explains why Bill Belichick adheres to a prototype size for his outside linebackers.

Belichick prefers them tall and rangy like former Patriots star Mike Vrabel or Sergio Kindle from the University of Texas. Vrabel is listed at 6-foot-4 and 261 pounds. Kindle is about 6-foot-3 and 250 pounds.
"When I came into this program, I'm 6-1, and they tried me first at outside linebacker, and that lasted about four days. So then they said 'Tedy, you're at inside linebacker,' and from that point on, I was inside linebacker.

"Think of Mike Vrabel, the long arms, the long legs, the shorter torso, where he can extend. You always hear Bill talk about setting the edge in the running game. That's how you do that. You extend your arms. There's a tight end on you, you extend your arms, you set that edge where that running back can't get outside. But if he can, then you've got that other arm to get free and make that play. You force it back to those inside linebackers. You've got to have a body type that really fits that -- that Vrabel-, that Kindle-type body."


A look at NE draft candidates at No. 22

April, 9, 2010
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ESPNBoston.com is starting to roll out footage from the draft party it presented in Foxborough, Mass., for New England Patriots season-ticket holders.

The event featured a panel discussion moderated by ESPN reporter Michael Smith. On the dais were analysts Tedy Bruschi and Todd McShay, ESPNBoston.com reporter Mike Reiss and Patriots Football Weekly assistant editor Andy Hart.

In this clip, the panel discusses who the Patriots might select with the 22nd overall pick.

McShay's top candidates (in the order he listed them) are Texas outside linebacker Sergio Kindle, Michigan outside linebacker Brandon Graham, Georgia Tech receiver Demaryius Thomas, Boise State cornerback Kyle Wilson and Alabama cornerback Kareem Jackson.

Reiss mentions Florida center Maurkice Pouncey as the "safest pick in the first round at that 22 spot." Hart claims Kindle is "the perfect fit. Bill [Belichick] wants big, athletic, fast outside linebackers. Sergio Kindle fits that."

Bruschi adds that tight end might be the position Belichick targets at No. 22, with Jermaine Gresham of Oklahoma and Rob Gronkowski of Arizona the best of the lot.

"I sort of have a feeling like Coach Belichick is searching for Mark Bavaro somewhere, somehow, somewhere," Bruschi said. "He was a great Giant tight end, and it's like he's been looking for him a little bit. Where is that guy out there? Gresham and Gronkowski, those two guys may be that."

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Kiper, McShay in another mockoff

April, 7, 2010
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The NFL draft is two weeks away. Two weeks!

To help prepare us, ESPN analysts Mel Kiper and Todd McShay have released their first head-to-head mock draft in nearly a month Insider.

The article is for ESPN Insider subscribers, but I've broken out the AFC East projections here. Click on the link to check out the entire first round and to read their reasoning for each prediction.

No. 9 Buffalo Bills

  • Kiper's pick: Iowa tackle Bryan Bulaga
  • McShay's pick: Rutgers tackle Anthony Davis
No. 12 Miami Dolphins

  • Kiper's pick: Tennessee defensive tackle Dan Williams
  • McShay's pick: Georgia tech defensive end Derrick Morgan
No. 22 New England Patriots

  • Kiper's pick: Texas outside linebacker Sergio Kindle
  • McShay's pick: USC defensive end Everson Griffen
No. 29 New York Jets

  • Kiper's pick: USC defensive end Everson Griffen
  • McShay's pick: Penn State defensive end Jared Odrick

Visit the AFC East Mockefeller Center

April, 1, 2010
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Welcome to April. We've finally reached draft month, which is a good time to survey the mock landscape to see what forecasters have what prospects going to what teams.

In this edition of the AFC East mock roundup, we get the latest projections from ESPN's Mel Kiper and Todd McShay, NFL.com's Charles Davis and Pat Kirwan, the National Football Post's Wes Bunting, and the CBSSports.com quartet of Clark Judge, Pete Prisco, Rob Rang and Chad Reuter at CBSSports.com.

No. 9 Buffalo Bills

  • Kiper's pick: Trent Williams, Oklahoma tackle
  • McShay's pick: Jimmy Clausen, Notre Dame quarterback
  • Bunting's pick: Jimmy Clausen, Notre Dame quarterback
  • Davis' pick: C.J. Spiller, Clemson running back
  • Judge's pick: Jimmy Clausen, Notre Dame quarterback
  • Kirwan's pick: Jimmy Clausen, Notre Dame quarterback
  • Prisco's pick: Jimmy Clausen, Notre Dame quarterback
  • Rang's pick: Bryan Bulaga, Iowa tackle
  • Reuter's pick: Bryan Bulaga, Iowa tackle
No. 12 Miami Dolphins

  • Kiper's pick: Dan Williams, Tennessee defensive tackle
  • McShay's pick: Dan Williams, Tennessee defensive tackle
  • Bunting's pick: Dez Bryant, Oklahoma State receiver
  • Davis' pick: Dan Williams, Tennessee defensive tackle
  • Judge's pick: Sergio Kindle, Texas outside linebacker
  • Kirwan's pick: Sergio Kindle, Texas outside linebacker
  • Prisco's pick: Brandon Graham, Michigan outside linebacker
  • Rang's pick: Dan Williams, Tennessee defensive tackle
  • Reuter's pick: Dan Williams, Tennessee defensive tackle
No. 22 New England Patriots

  • Kiper's pick: Brandon Graham, Michigan outside linebacker
  • McShay's pick: Brandon Graham, Michigan outside linebacker
  • Bunting's pick: Brandon Graham, Michigan outside linebacker
  • Davis' pick: Sean Witherspoon, Missouri linebacker
  • Judge's pick: Jermaine Gresham, Oklahoma tight end
  • Kirwan's pick: Jared Odrick, Penn State defensive tackle
  • Prisco's pick: Ricky Sapp, Clemson defensive end
  • Rang's pick: Jared Odrick, Penn State defensive tackle
  • Reuter's pick: Jermaine Gresham, Oklahoma tight end
No. 29 New York Jets

  • Kiper's pick: Taylor Mays, USC safety
  • McShay's pick: Jared Odrick, Penn State defensive tackle
  • Bunting's pick: Jared Odrick, Penn State defensive tackle
  • Davis' pick: Demaryius Thomas, Georgia Tech receiver
  • Judge's pick: Mike Iupati, Idaho guard
  • Kirwan's pick: Dez Bryant, Oklahoma State receiver
  • Prisco's pick: Demaryius Thomas, Georgia Tech receiver
  • Rang's pick: Jerry Hughes, Texas Christian defensive end
  • Reuter's pick: Demaryius Thomas, Georgia Tech receiver

Video: Who will the Patriots draft?

March, 30, 2010
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ESPN draftmaster Mel Kiper examines the New England Patriots' needs and how they might address them. High on Kiper's list of possibilities include Michigan pass-rusher Brandon Graham, Clemson running back C.J. Spiller and Florida quarterback Tim Tebow.

Party like a mockstar

March, 19, 2010
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Two weeks into free agency, teams have made several acquisitions that have changed the outlook of next month's draft.

Let us then browse the draft boards of the various analysts who dare to guess how the picks will fall.

In this edition of the AFC East mock roundup, we get the latest forecasts from ESPN's Mel Kiper and Todd McShay Insider, Sports Illustrated's Don Banks, NFL.com's Bucky Brooks and Pat Kirwan, Los Angeles Times reporter Sam Farmer and the CBSSports.com quartet of Clark Judge, Pete Prisco, Rob Rang and Chad Reuter at CBSSports.com.

No. 9 Buffalo Bills

  • Kiper's pick: Trent Williams, Oklahoma tackle
  • McShay's pick: Jimmy Clausen, Notre Dame quarterback
  • Banks' pick: Bryan Bulaga, Iowa tackle
  • Brooks' pick: Jimmy Clausen, Notre Dame quarterback
  • Farmer's pick: Trent Williams, Oklahoma tackle
  • Judge's pick: Jimmy Clausen, Notre Dame quarterback
  • Kirwan's pick: Dan Williams, Tennessee defensive tackle
  • Prisco's pick: Jimmy Clausen, Notre Dame quarterback
  • Rang's pick: Trent Williams, Oklahoma tackle
  • Reuter's pick: Bryan Bulaga, Iowa tackle
No. 12 Miami Dolphins

  • Kiper's pick: Dan Williams, Tennessee defensive tackle
  • McShay's pick: Dan Williams, Tennessee defensive tackle
  • Banks' pick: Dan Williams, Tennessee defensive tackle
  • Brooks' pick: Sergio Kindle, Texas outside linebacker
  • Farmer's pick: Rolando McClain, Alabama inside linebacker
  • Judge's pick: Sergio Kindle, Texas outside linebacker
  • Kirwan's pick: Sergio Kindle, Texas outside linebacker
  • Prisco's pick: Brandon Graham, Michigan outside linebacker
  • Rang's pick: Dan Williams, Tennessee defensive tackle
  • Reuter's pick: Dan Williams, Tennessee defensive tackle
No. 22 New England Patriots

  • Kiper's pick: Brandon Graham, Michigan outside linebacker
  • McShay's pick: Brandon Graham, Michigan outside linebacker
  • Banks' pick: Sergio Kindle, Texas outside linebacker
  • Brooks' pick: Jared Odrick, Penn State defensive tackle
  • Farmer's pick: Sergio Kindle, Texas outside linebacker
  • Judge's pick: Jermaine Gresham, Oklahoma tight end
  • Kirwan's pick: Jared Odrick, Penn State defensive tackle
  • Prisco's pick: Ricky Sapp, Clemson defensive end
  • Rang's pick: Sergio Kindle, Texas outside linebacker
  • Reuter's pick: Carlos Dunlap, Florida defensive end
No. 29 New York Jets

  • Kiper's pick: Taylor Mays, USC safety
  • McShay's pick: Jared Odrick, Penn State defensive tackle
  • Banks' pick: Demaryius Thomas, Georgia Tech receiver
  • Brooks' pick: Demaryius Thomas, Georgia Tech receiver
  • Farmer's pick: Dan Williams, Tennessee defensive tackle
  • Judge's pick: Mike Iupati, Idaho guard
  • Kirwan's pick: Dez Bryant, Oklahoma State receiver
  • Prisco's pick: Demaryius Thomas, Georgia Tech receiver
  • Rang's pick: Golden Tate, Notre Dame receiver
  • Reuter's pick: Jared Odrick, Penn State defensive tackle

Your AFC East pre-combine mocktacular

February, 24, 2010
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Since I'm on my way to Indianapolis to spend five days at the NFL scouting combine, I thought it would be a good time to check what the mocksters are thinking about the AFC East.

This will be the last round of projections before the players get jabbed with sticks, scouts fall in love with sleepers, a blue-chipper or two slips and everybody begins to second guess their research.

In a pre-combine AFC East mock roundup, we get the latest forecasts from ESPN's Mel Kiper Insider and Todd McShay Insider, Sports Illustrated's Don Banks, NFL.com analyst Bucky Brooks, FanHouse.com editor Chris Burke, Richard Lines of UniversalDraft.com, Rob Rang and Chad Reuter at CBSSports.com and Buffalo News reporter Allen Wilson.

No. 9 Buffalo Bills

  • Kiper's pick: Russell Okung, Oklahoma State tackle
  • McShay's pick: Sam Bradford, Oklahoma quarterback
  • Banks' pick: Jimmy Clausen, Notre Dame quarterback
  • Brooks' pick: Bryan Bulaga, Iowa tackle
  • Burke's pick: Jimmy Clausen, Notre Dame quarterback
  • Lines' pick: Dan Williams, Tennessee defensive tackle
  • Rang's pick: Jimmy Clausen, Norte Dame quarterback
  • Reuter's pick: Bryan Bulaga, Iowa tackle
  • Wilson's pick: Bryan Bulaga, Iowa tackle
No. 12 Miami Dolphins

  • Kiper's pick: Rolando McClain, Alabama inside linebacker
  • McShay's pick: Rolando McClain, Alabama inside linebacker
  • Banks' pick: Rolando McClain, Alabama inside linebacker
  • Brooks' pick: Sergio Kindle, Texas outside linebacker
  • Burke's pick: Dez Bryant, Oklahoma State receiver
  • Lines' pick: Derrick Morgan, Georgia tech defensive end
  • Rang's pick: Dez Bryant, Oklahoma State receiver
  • Reuter's pick: Dan Williams, Tennessee defensive tackle
  • Wilson's pick: Rolando McClain, Alabama inside linebacker
No. 22 New England Patriots

  • Kiper's pick: Brandon Graham, Michigan outside linebacker
  • McShay's pick: Brandon Graham, Michigan outside linebacker
  • Banks' pick: Sergio Kindle, Texas outside linebacker
  • Brooks' pick: Brandon Graham, Michigan outside linebacker
  • Burke's pick: Dan Williams, Tennessee defensive tackle
  • Lines' pick: Ricky Sapp, Clemson outside linebacker
  • Rang's pick: Jared Odrick, Penn State defensive tackle
  • Reuter's pick: Brandon Graham, Michigan outside linebacker
  • Wilson's pick: Brandon Graham, Michigan outside linebacker
No. 29 New York Jets

  • Kiper's pick: Dan Williams, Tennessee defensive tackle
  • McShay's pick: Arrelious Benn, Illinois receiver
  • Banks' pick: Damian Williams, USC receiver
  • Brooks' pick: Kyle Wilson, Boise State cornerback
  • Burke's pick: Kyle Wilson, Boise State cornerback
  • Lines' pick: Kyle Wilson, Boise State cornerback
  • Rang's pick: Damian Williams, USC receiver
  • Reuter's pick: Kyle Wilson, Boise State cornerback
  • Wilson's pick: Carlos Dunlap, Florida defensive end

Get your AFC East mocks off

February, 11, 2010
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Mock draft season started a few weeks ago. I refused to acknowledge it until the Super Bowl was over, but now that the entire draft order finally has been settled and the next big NFL event is the scouting combine, let's have some fun by periodically checking in on the draftniks.

In the first installment of the AFC East mock roundup, we have the latest projections from ESPN's Todd McShay, Sports Illustrated's Don Banks, Wes Bunting from the National Football Post, Robert Davis from Football's Future, Arizona Republic reporter Bob McManaman, Pro Football Weekly's Nolan Nawrocki, Rob Rang and Chad Reuter at CBSSports.com, FoxSports.com contributor Peter Schrager and Scout.com analyst Chris Steuber.

No. 9 Buffalo Bills

  • McShay's pick: Sam Bradford, Oklahoma quarterback
  • Banks' pick: Jimmy Clausen, Notre Dame quarterback
  • Bunting's pick: Anthony Davis, Rutgers tackle
  • Davis' pick: Anthony Davis, Rutgers tackle
  • McManaman's pick: Anthony Davis, Rutgers tackle
  • Nawrocki's pick: Anthony Davis, Rutgers tackle
  • Rang's pick: Jimmy Clausen, Norte Dame quarterback
  • Reuter's pick: Jimmy Clausen, Norte Dame quarterback
  • Schrager's pick: Sam Bradford, Oklahoma quarterback
  • Steuber's pick: Trent Williams, Oklahoma tackle
No. 12 Miami Dolphins

  • McShay's pick: Rolando McClain, Alabama inside linebacker
  • Banks' pick: Rolando McClain, Alabama inside linebacker
  • Bunting's pick: Brandon Graham, Michigan outside linebacker
  • Davis' pick: Sergio Kindle, Texas outside linebacker
  • McManaman's pick: Brian Price, UCLA defensive tackle
  • Nawrocki's pick: Sergio Kindle, Texas outside linebacker
  • Rang's pick: Dan Williams, Tennessee defensive tackle
  • Reuter's pick: Ricky Sapp, Clemson defensive end
  • Schrager's pick: Dan Williams, Tennessee defensive tackle
  • Steuber's pick: Dez Bryant, Oklahoma State receiver
No. 22 New England Patriots

  • McShay's pick: Brandon Graham, Michigan outside linebacker
  • Banks' pick: Sergio Kindle, Texas outside linebacker
  • Bunting's pick: Jahvid Best, California running back
  • Davis' pick: Jared Odrick, Penn State defensive tackle
  • McManaman's pick: Brandon Spikes, Florida linebacker
  • Nawrocki's pick: Golden Tate, Notre Dame receiver
  • Rang's pick: Jared Odrick, Penn State defensive tackle
  • Reuter's pick: Brandon Spikes, Florida linebacker
  • Schrager's pick: Bruce Campbell, Maryland tackle
  • Steuber's pick: Brandon Spikes, Florida linebacker
No. 29 New York Jets

  • McShay's pick: Arrelious Benn, Illinois receiver
  • Banks' pick: Damian Williams, USC receiver
  • Bunting's pick: Arrelious Benn, Illinois receiver
  • Davis' pick: Patrick Robinson, Florida State cornerback
  • McManaman's pick: Jared Odrick, Penn State defensive tackle
  • Nawrocki's pick: Demaryius Thomas, Georgia Tech receiver
  • Rang's pick: Damian Williams, USC receiver
  • Reuter's pick: Trent Williams, Oklahoma tackle
  • Schrager's pick: Kyle Wilson, Boise State cornerback
  • Steuber's pick: Dan Williams, Tennessee defensive tackle

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