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NFL Mock Draft - Top Two Rounds Focus on Offensive Line

NFL Draft 2013 - Two Round Mock Draft -
* underclassmen/Compensatory picks Rounds 3-7

Photo – OT Luke Joeckel - Texas A&M

Team / Player / Position / School
First Round

1 Kansas City - * Luke Joeckel - OT - Texas A&M
2 Jacksonville - * Sharrif Floyd - DT - Florida
3 Oakland - * Dee Milliner - CB - Alabama
4 Philadelphia - Eric Fisher - OT - Central Michigan
5 Detroit - Lane Johnson - OT - Oklahoma
6 Cleveland - Dion Jordan - DE - Oregon
7 Arizona - Chance Warmack - OG - Alabama
8 Buffalo - * Barkevious Mingo - DE - LSU
9 NY Jets - * Cordarrelle Patterson - WR - Tennessee
10 Tennessee - *Jarvis Jones - LB - Georgia
11 San Diego - Jonathan Cooper - OG - North Carolina
12 Miami - Tavon Austin - WR - West Virginia
13 Tampa Bay - * Bjoern Werner - DE - Florida St
14 Carolina - * Sheldon Richardson - DT - Missouri
15 New Orleans - Ezekiel Ansah - LB - BYU
16 St. Louis - Kenny Vaccaro - FS - Texas
17 Pittsburgh - John Jenkins - DT - Georgia
18 Dallas - Star Lotulelei - DT - Utah
19 NY Giants - * Tyler Eifert - TE - Notre Dame
20 Chicago - * Xavier Rhodes - CB - Florida St
21 Cincinnati - * D.J. Fluker - OT - Alabama
22 St. Louis (Wash) - Sylvester Williams - DT - North Carolina
23 Minnesota - Desmond Trufant - CB - Washington
24 Indianapolis - * Damontre Moore - DE - Texas A&M
25 Minnesota (Seattle) - Jesse Williams - DT - Alabama
26 Green Bay - * Zach Ertz - TE - Stanford
27 Houston - * Keenan Allen - WR - California
28 Denver - * Eric Reid - S - LSU
29 New England - Jamie Collins - LB - Southern Miss
30 Atlanta - * Alec Ogletree - LB - Georgia
31 San Francisco - Datone Jones - DE - UCLA
32 Baltimore - Menelik Watson - OT - Florida St

Second Round
33 Jacksonville - Matt Barkley - QB - Southern Cal
34 San Fran (KC) - * Matt Elam - S - Florida
35 Philadelphia - Manti Te'o - LB - Notre Dame
36 Detroit - Johnthan Banks - CB - Mississippi St
37 Cincinnati (Oak) - Jamar Taylor - CB - Boise St
38 Arizona - Geno Smith - QB - West Virginia
- Cleveland - forfeits its #2 pick (WR Josh Gordon/supplemental draft pick)
39 NY Jets - * Corey Lemonier - DE - Auburn
40 Tennessee - * Kevin Minter - LB - LSU
41 Buffalo - Ryan Nassib - QB - Syracuse
42 Miami - Justin Pugh - OT - Syracuse
43 Tampa Bay - * David Amerson - CB - North Carolina St
44 Carolina - * De'Andre Hopkins - WR - Clemson
- New Orleans forfeits its #2 pick (penalty for player bounties)
45 San Diego - Terron Armstead - OT - Arkansas-Pine Bluff
46 St. Louis - Quinton Patton - WR - Louisiana Tech
47 Dallas - Jonathan Cyprien - S - Florida International
48 Pittsburgh - * Robert Woods - WR - Southern Cal
49 NY Giants - Margus Hunt - DE - SMU
50 Chicago - Larry Warford - OG - Kentucky
51 Washington - * Logan Ryan - CB - Rutgers
52 Minnesota - Kawann Short - DT - Purdue
53 Cincinnati - * Eddie Lacy - RB - Alabama
54 Miami (Indianapolis) - Alex Okafor - DE - Texas
55 Green Bay - Blidi Wreh-Wilson - CB - UConn
56 Seattle - * Johnathan Hankins - DT - Ohio St
57 Houston - * Gavin Escobar - TE - San Diego St
58 Denver - * Sam Montgomery - DE - LSU
59 New England - Terrance Williams - WR - Baylor
60 Atlanta - Jordan Poyer - CB - Oregon St
61 San Francisco - * Justin Hunter - WR - Tennessee
62 Baltimore - * Travis Frederick - OC - Wisconsin

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NFL Draft 2013 - Radio Show - Frank Coyle with Keith Sims

NFL Draft 2013 - Radio Show with Frank Coyle
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Yearbook Scouting Reports for the NFL Draft 2013

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NFL Draft 2013 Rising Prospect – Tavon Austin

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Photo - WR Tavon Austin – West Virginia

Tavon Austin is a hot rising prospect entering the weeks before the NFL Draft 2013. His outstanding 2012 season and 2013 postseason has elevated him to a mid first round selection. His rare speed and quickness and natural running skills are ideal for the NFL game. He is earmarked to the Rams who hold two #1 picks, the 16th and 22nd overall selections. He would be an ideal fit for their young offense working with emerging QB Sam Bradford.

Tavon Austin #1- West Virginia -
5’9” 175 - Sp. 4.35 - Hindu Theory: Randall Cobb

Fast sure handed senior receiver/ returner completed an excellent career for WV, earning conference honors several time over his career. Tavon has been a consistently productive big play performer whether as a receiver, runner or return specialist. He combines explosive quickness and speed that allows him to make plays after the catch or returning kicks. He has shown consistent big play ability in those roles with the ability to make defenders miss or run away from them. Over his career, he has been a featured big play weapon for the wide open Mountaineer passing game and return units. He is a smallish all-purpose performer who has natural hands and running skills to fill a few key roles as a pro. He was a consistent playmaker in all roles and could earn the #3 job as a slot receiver early, in addition to both return duties. He is a reliable pass catcher who runs precise routes and displays sure hands that has allowed him to compensate for his lack of size. He is both quick and fast with the short area suddenness to create running room and hit an opening. He has top speed with the initial quickness to get into his routes nicely and the ability to make fast cuts at the break point and create consistent separation. He displays good AA and has a fine understanding of the passing game with the ability to adjust his routes and make the tough catch. He has the speed to get deep or take the short screen pass and make a big play using his natural running skills. Despite his marginal size, he displays the toughness and body control to make the difficult catch, take the big hit and hold on to the ball. He releases from the line quickly and fights thru the jam to get into his routes, though rarely tested as a collegian. After the catch, his top running ability makes things happen with his rare elusiveness to make defenders miss and speed to run away from tacklers. He is similar to the Packers’ Randall Cobb in speed, quickness, style and AA, though slightly smaller.
The Numbers: As a senior, he had 114 catches for 1289 yards for an 11.3 average and 12 TDs. He carried the ball 72 times for 680 yards and 3 TDs in addition to an 11 yard average as a punter returner with 1 TD and a 25.4 average as a KOR with 1 TD. It was a dynamic overall performance. As a junior, he had 101 catches for 1186 yards and 8 TDs for first team Big East. Over his career, he played in every game and had 288 catches for 3413 yards and 29 TDs and added 1070 yards rushing with 6 TDs and big plays as a returner. Over his career, he averaged 25 yards on kickoffs with 4 TDs with a 12 yard average as a punt returner including 1 TD. At the NFL Combine, he ran 4.34 and 4.36 times and did 14 reps. He had a 32” VL and a 10’ BJ with a 4.01 short shuttle. He performed very well in the receiving drills.
The Skinny: Very quick athlete with the ability to become an impact role player and probable starter. He is a good athlete with the talent to become an early RS with impact and game changing talent. He can be a slot receiver with the skill set to become a solid contributor. His top open field running skills gives his club a dangerous weapon in a number of roles. Highly-developed returner that must prove he can hold up to the physicality of the pro game, though he was rarely nicked up in college. He has the skill set to be a very good role player and he probably does not fall beyond the top 25 selections. Impact weapon in a few roles but must be used properly.
Draft Projection: 1st Round

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NFL Draft 2013 Yearbook Scouting Report - Quinton Patton

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Photo - WR Quinton Patton - Louisiana Tech

Quinton Patton #4 - 6’ 200 lbs. - Louisiana Tech - Speed 4.50 - Hindu Theory: Marvin Harrison
Fast athletic senior has been one of the premier receivers in the nation in the wide open Tech offense. Quinton had an unheralded playing career that includes a two time WAC first team performer after an acclaimed JC career at Coffeyville CC. As a receiver, he is highly developed and graded out well vs top cover men including a few SEC defenders. He is a fine athlete with the burst of speed to be a difference maker especially in the intermediate zones. With further refinement in key areas especially his overall strength, he has a chance to challenge for an early starting job in his pro career. He has shown a fine skill set with good AA, instincts for the position with excellent route running and defense recognition development. He separates very well in coverage to get open consistently with the ability to run crisp disciplined routes. He has very reliable hands to be a dependable target with a big receiving radius and able to make the difficult catch. His ability to get deep and run after the catch ability has earned him high grades showing the overall talent to be a #1 NFL receiver. He is very developed in key areas like route running and adjusting on the move while reading coverage. He comes back to the ball very well that helps his QB when under duress. He has good size and the leaping ability to work the sidelines and underneath routes with the savvy to find openings and sit in holes. He shows the potential to be a pro playmaker with developed skills of hands, route running and reading coverage. He must improve his overall strength to take the pounding as a pro when going over the middle. He has a lean frame that needs to fill out, though he has proven he can stay on his routes and take a hit and make the tough catch.
The Numbers: As a senior, he started all 12 games and caught 104 passes for 1392 yards for a 13.4 yard average and 13 TDs earning WAC first team honors. As a junior, he caught 74 passes for 1135 yards for a 15.3 yard average and 10 TDs and WAC honors. Over his earlier two year JC career, he had 73 catches for 996 yards and 7 TDs in 19 games, in addition to punting for a 39 yard average. At the NFL Combine, he ran two 4.53 times with a 1.58 ten yard split time and added 8 reps in the lifting. He added a 33” VL and 9’10” BJ with very good agility drills. He had a 4.01 short shuttle and a 6.91 three-cone times with good positional drills.
The Skinny: This highly developed receiver is one of the unheralded players in this draft class. He has big play talent with the natural skills. He displays playmaking ability to catch the deep ball with the vertical speed to stretch a defense. He is dangerous in the open field and has definite upside potential in the mold of Marvin Harrison in body type, size, speed, AA and LOD. Over his career, he made fine improvement and showed intriguing upside potential as an NFL receiver. His playmaking ability will warrant a high draft selection and probably a top 60 pick. He can win a role in three and four WR sets immediately if not a rookie starting job. Fast receiver with definite upside and the potential to be an NFL star with natural abilities. He has the talent to be an impact player with speed and refined receiving skills. Clubs like the Texans, Redskins and Dolphins interested.

Draft Projection: 2nd Round

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First Round Mock Draft for the NFL Draft 2013

First Round Mock Draft for the NFL Draft 2013
Post NFL Combine * Underclassmen

Photo – DT Sharrif Floyd - Florida

Team / Player / Pos / School
1st Round

1. Kansas City - 2-14 - * Sharrif Floyd - DT - Florida
2. Jacksonville - 2-14 - * Luke Joeckel - OT - Texas A&M
3. Oakland - 4-12 - * Dee Milliner - CB - Alabama
4. Philadelphia - 4-12 – Dion Jordan - DE - Oregon
5. Detroit - 4-12 - Eric Fisher - OT - Central Michigan
6. Cleveland - 5-11 - Chance Warmack - OG - Alabama
7. Arizona - 5-11 - Lane Johnson - OT - Oklahoma
8. Buffalo - 6-10 - Geno Smith - QB - West Virginia
9. NY Jets - 6-10 – * Jarvis Jones - LB - Georgia
10. Tennessee - 6-10 – * Sheldon Richardson - DT - Missouri
11. San Diego - 7-9 - * Xavier Rhodes - CB - Florida St
12. Miami - 7-9 – * Cordarelle Patterson - WR - Tennessee
13. Tampa Bay - 7-9 – * Tyler Eifert - TE - Notre Dame
14. Carolina - 7-9 - * Bjoern Werner - DE - Florida St
15. New Orleans - 7-9 - * Barkevious Mingo - DE - LSU
16. St. Louis - 6-7-1 - Kenny Vaccaro - S - Texas
17. Pittsburgh - 7-7- Star Lotulelei - DT - Utah
18. Dallas - 8-6 - Jonathan Cooper - OG - North Carolina
19. NY Giants - 9-7 - * Alec Ogletree - LB - Georgia
20. Chicago - 10-6 - Desmond Trufant - CB - Washington
21. Cincinnati - 10-6 - * Damontre Moore - DE - Texas A&M
22. St. Louis (Wash) - 8-6 – * Keenan Allen - WR - California
23. Minnesota - 10-6 - Tavon Austin - WR - West Virginia
24. Indianapolis - 11-5 - * D.J. Fluker - OT - Alabama
25. Seattle - 9-5 - John Jenkins - DT - Georgia
26. Green Bay -11-5 – * Eric Reid - S - LSU
27. Houston - 12-4 - * Zach Ertz - TE - Stanford
28. Denver - 13-3 – Ezekial Ansah - DE - BYU
29. New England - 12-4 – Jamie Collins - LB - Southern Miss
30. Atlanta - 13-3 – * Sam Montgomery - DE - LSU
31. San Francisco - 11-4-1 - Jesse Williams - DT - Alabama
32. Baltimore - 10-6 - Manti Te'o - LB - Notre Dame

Frank Coyle is a long time member of the FWAA and voter in College player awards - Heisman, Outland, Nagurski, Lombardi, Thorpe etc for the past 20 years. He writes College Football Mondays weekly during the season. He is a longtime scouting consultant for the Senior Bowl, the nation’s premier postseason All-star game. He does regular sports radio shows for CBS, ESPN, Fox Sports and Sporting News on a year round basis related to College and NFL Football especially during the postseason team and All-star Bowl time. He has worked for CBS Sports and appeared on several CBS TV shows. He has worked for NBC Sports, Yahoo and Rivals sports publications and web sites over the past twenty years. He has been a player consultant for numerous player agents and has helped formulate their off and post season training programs related to the NFL Draft and Free Agency.

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DT Star Lotlelei Works out at Utah Pro Day

DT Star Lotlelei Works out at Utah Pro Day

Photo – DT Star Lotlelei - Utah

One of the premier defenders in the NFL Draft 2013, DT Star Lotlelei worked out this week at the Utah Pro Day. Lotlelei was unable to workout at the NFL Combine, when heart problems were discovered during the physical in the first days of the event.

He was considered a top ten prospect and possibly the #1 defensive tackle on the board after a strong 2012 season. This week he got the medical clearance to workout and had a good performance in front of 31 NFL teams including head coaches and General Managers.

Star Lotlelei is one of 350 Scouting Reports in Draft Insiders’ Yearbook out late March

Lotlelei measured in at under 6’3” and 314 lbs. with 33 5/8” arm length and did 38 reps @ 225 lbs. He ran a 5.25 and 5.30 times with average agility drills of 4.65 short shuttle and 7.65 three cone drill times.

They were among the leaders at the position from the NFL Combine event. His 38 reps in the lifting tied him with DT Brandon Williams of Missouri Southern for the most among defensive linemen at the NFL Combine.

Lotulelei will have a final medical exam and testing in Indianapolis on April 5-6 when players with health issues at the NFL Combine are reevaluated and their health issues are updated. This final exam will determine his health related to NFL mini and training camps and have a huge bearing on his draft status. He is one of the pending player issues in the early rounds that could have a strong bearing on the overall first round selections.

DT Star Lotulelei - 6'3" 315 lbs. - Utah
As a senior, he started all 12 games and recorded 42 tackles with 10 TFL, 3 FF, 4 FR and 5 sacks, earning Pac 12 first team honors. In 2011, he started 12 of 13 games and had 44 tackles, 9 TFL and 2 sacks. He is similar to Pro Bowler B.J Raji in body type, AA and positional fits.

Frank Coyle is a long time member of the FWAA and voter in College player awards - Heisman, Outland, Nagurski, Lombardi, Thorpe etc for the past 20 years. He writes College Football Mondays weekly during the season. He is a longtime scouting consultant for the Senior Bowl, the nation’s premier postseason All-star game. He does regular sports radio shows for CBS, ESPN, Fox Sports and Sporting News on a year round basis related to College and NFL Football especially during the postseason team and All-star Bowl time. He has worked for CBS Sports and appeared on several CBS TV shows. He has worked for NBC Sports, Yahoo and Rivals sports publications and web sites over the past twenty years. He has been a player consultant for numerous player agents and has helped formulate their off and post season training programs related to the NFL Draft and Free Agency.

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NFL Awards 32 Compensatory Picks

NFL Awards 32 Compensatory Picks

The NFL announced this week from the 2013 NFL owners meetings that the league awarded 32 compensatory picks to 16 different clubs. These picks are given to teams losing more or better compensatory free agents than they acquires in the previous year.

The Falcons and Ravens received the most compensatory picks, with four each, while the Texans, Chiefs and Titans each received the highest-possible pick, with a third-round selection each. The Texans, who lost Jason Allen, Mike Brisiel, Joel Dressen and Mario Williams (while gaining Bradie James and Donnie Jones) were awarded the highest selection of all teams, netting the 95th-overall pick (33rd pick in the third round).

Since 1994, no one has more compensatory picks awarded than the Ravens with 37, for those fans freaking out about Baltimore's free-agent exodus. (The Packers are next with 31.) And this year, once again, Mr. Irrelevant will be chosen by the Colts, who hold the final pick in the NFL Draft.

Compensatory picks cannot be traded and must be used by receiving club.

Compensatory picks
Round / Teams / Pick in Round / Overall Selection

3rd Round
Texans - 33-95
Chiefs - 34-96
Titans - 35-97

4th Round
Ravens - 33-130
49ers - 34-131
Lions - 35-132
Falcons - 36-133

5th Round
Dolphins - 33-166
Packers - 34-167
Ravens - 35-168

6th Round
Texans - 33-201
Titans - 34-202
Ravens - 35-203
Chiefs - 36-204
Raiders - 37-205
Steelers - 38-206

7th Round
Eagles - 33-239
Bengals - 34-240
Seahawks - 35-241
Seahawks - 36-242
Falcons - 37-243
Falcons - 38-244
Lions - 39-245
49ers - 40-246
Ravens - 41-247
Titans - 42-248
Falcons - 43-249
Dolphins - 44-250
Bengals - 45-251
49ers - 46-252
Giants - 47-253
Colts - 48-254

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