Sunday, February 17, 2013

2013 NFL Mock Draft 3.0: Picks 1-10

     Our final mock draft before the NFL combine! Be sure to comment, subscribe, or like us on Facebook at! Also, subscribe to us on YouTube, where we create monthly highlight videos for some of the most exciting NFL players! Lastly, send us your mock drafts at!

1. Kansas City Chiefs: QB Geno Smith: The only two players fighting for the number one spot in the draft is Smith and offensive lineman Luke Joeckel of Texas A&M. Kansas City is looking to rebuild their franchise, and new head coach Andy Reid already knows how to build a game plan around a mobile quarterback. Geno Smith will likely solidify his spot as number one after the combine.

2. Jacksonville Jaguars: DE Bjoern Warner: The Jaguars ranked dead last in sacks last season, and there are not many noteworthy free agents at the defensive end position. Bjoern Warner has decided to enter the 2013 NFL Draft, and has been compared to Chris Long for his consistent and well rounded attributes. Warner may be the long term solution for the Jacksonville Jaguars' pass rush.

Ryan Nassib
3. Oakland Raiders: DT Star Lotulelei: The Oakland Raiders may lose both Richard Seymour and Desmond Bryant to free agency, so drafting defensive tackle Star Lotulelei would make a lot of sense. Lotuelei is very well rounded, providing solutions for Oakland's pass rush and run blocking.

4. Philadelphia Eagles: OT Luke Joeckel: Since Chip Kelly will likely stick with Michael Vick at quarterback, it is time the Eagles draft someone who has the ability to protect him. Luke Joeckel has the potential to be selected first overall, and hopefully, Joeckel can reduce the 48 sacks allowed by Philadelphia's offensive line in 2012.

5. Detroit Lions: DE Demontre Moore: Most would agree that Detroit is in desperate need of a pass rusher with Cliff Avril and Kyle Vanden Bosch both unlikely to return in 2013. Demontre Moore is the best pass rusher left on the board, and should be able to replace Avril on the defensive line.

6. Cleveland Browns: LB Jarvis Jones: Jarvis Jones' statistics while at Georgia turned many heads, and his 14.5 sacks would surely help Cleveland's defense. Its is unlikely the Browns will attempt to draft yet another quarterback with their first round pick, so it is time for them to strengthen a mediocre defense.

7. Arizona Cardinals: OT Eric Fisher: Even though Arizona's quarterback problem needs to be solved, so does the horrendous offensive line, a group who allowed 58 sacks in 2013, the most out of any team. Eric Fisher deserves to be taken over a quarterback like Matt Barkley or Tyler Wilson, where Arizona can shop for a quarterback in free agency.

8. Buffalo Bills: QB Ryan Nassib: I remain a firm believer that Ryan Nassib, a quarterback from Syracuse, will be drafted by the Buffalo Bills. Seven coaches who currently work for the Buffalo Bills at one point in their career worked at Syracuse. Former quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick is out of the picture, and Nassib will be his replacement in 2013.

9. New York Jets: DE Dion Jordan: Rex Ryan loves drafting defensive players, and New York's defense remains weak at certain positions. Dion Jordan is a vicious tackler, and does not give up easily on the ball. Jordan is a potential pro-bowler, and I firmly believe Jordan's draft stock will only rise after the combine.

10. Tennessee Titans: DE Barkevious Mingo: Along with Mingo, many draft experts believe guard Chance Warmack will be taken tenth overall by the Tennessee Titans. Mingo could potentially be selected as high as number two overall, but as he falls to number ten, the Titans will eagerly pair him up with Derrick Morgan to form a powerful defensive line.

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