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This is DraftInsiders.com weekly 2011 season College Poll. We will have weekly polls thru the season & postseason in our College Football Mondays blog column.

Team of Week - South Carolina

Photo - WR Alshon Jeffery - South Carolina

Draft Insiders.com Top 25 Poll
(This year’s record in parentheses)

1. Oklahoma (1-0)
2. LSU (2-0)
3. Alabama (2-0)
4. Stanford (2-0)
5. Boise St (2-0)
6. Nebraska (2-0)
7. Oklahoma St (2-0)
8. Texas A&M (1-0)
9. Florida St (2-0)
10. Wisconsin (2-0)
11. South Carolina (2-0)
12. Oregon (1-1)
13. Michigan St (2-0)
14. Virginia Tech (2-0)
15. West Virginia (2-0)
16. Arkansas (2-0)
17. Ohio St (2-0)
18. Florida (2-0)
19. Texas (2-0)
20. Baylor (1-0)
21. Auburn (2-0)
22. South Florida (2-0)
23. Arizona St (2-0)
24. Michigan (2-0)
25. TCU (1-1)

AP Top 25 Poll
Rank / Name / W / L / Previous

1 Oklahoma - 1 0 / 1
2 Alabama - 2 0 / 3
3 LSU - 2 0 / 2
4 Boise St. - 1 0 / 4
5 Florida St. - 2 0 / 5
6 Stanford - 2 0 / 6
7 Wisconsin - 2 0 / 8
8 Oklahoma St. - 2 0 / 9
9 Texas A&M - 1 0 / 7
10 South Carolina - 2 0 / 10
11 Nebraska - 2 0 / 12
12 Oregon - 1 1 / 13
13 Virginia Tech - 2 0 / 11
14 Arkansas - 2 0 / 14
15 Michigan St. - 2 0 / 17
16 Florida - 2 0 / 18
17 Ohio St. - 2 0 / 15
18 West Virginia - 2 0 / 19
19 Baylor - 1 0 / 20
20 South Florida - 2 0 / 22
21 Auburn - 2 0 / NR
22 Arizona St. - 2 0 / NR
23 TCU - 1 1 / 25
23 Texas - 2 0 / 24
25 Mississippi St. - 1 1 / 16

Coaches Top 25 Poll
Rank Team (first-place votes) Record

1. Oklahoma (44) - 1-0
2. Alabama (8) - 2-0
3. LSU (7) - 2-0
4. Boise St - 2-0
5. Florida St - 2-0
6. Stanford - 2-0
7. Oklahoma St - 2-0
9. Wisconsin - 2-0
8. Texas A&M - 2-0
10. Nebraska - 2-0
11. South Carolina - 2-0
12. Virginia Tech - 2-0
13 Arkansas - 2-0
14. Oregon - 1-1
15. Michigan St - 2-0
16. Ohio St - 2-0
17. Florida - 2-0
18. Arizona St - 2-0
19. Auburn - 2-0
20. West Virginia - 2-0
21. Texas - 2-0
22. South Florida - 2-0
23.TCU - 1-1
24. Baylor - 1-0
25. Mississippi St - 1-1

Dropped out
No. 19 Missouri (1-1, lost to then-No. 23 Arizona State 37-30 OT), No. 20 Penn State (1-1, lost to No. 2 Alabama 27-11).

Others receiving votes
Michigan 97; Central Florida 49; Houston 43; Northwestern 31; Penn State 29; North Carolina 23;
Missouri 21; Tennessee 21; Georgia Tech 9; Maryland 9; Clemson 8; Washington 7; California 6; San Diego State 3; Georgia 2; Iowa State 2; Brigham Young 1.

Frank Coyle is a long time member of the FWAA and voter in College player awards - Heisman, Outland, Nagurski, Thorpe and All-American teams. 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 is also a member of the FWAA and voter in College team and player awards.

DraftInsiders.com 2011 NFL Predictions

DraftInsiders.com NFL 2011 Predictions
Saints Top Chargers in Super Bowl Matchup

Photo - QB Drew Brees - Saints

Player of the Year –
QB Drew Brees - Saints
Defensive Player of the Year –
CB Darrelle Revis - Jets

Rookies of the Year
Offense - RB Mark Ingram - Saints
Defense – CB Patrick Peterson - Cardinals

Breakout Player of the Year
QB Alex Smith - 49ers

Comeback Player of the Year
WR Chad Ochocinco - Patriots

NFL 2011Forecast
Frank Coyle

NFC EAST
Philadelphia Eagles - 12-4 –

Eagles are among the best in the NFC after strong FA class. They are capable of winning the East and going deep into the playoffs behind Michael Vick.
New York Giants - 11-5 –
Giants can play with anyone on the league, but must stay healthy and play more consistently. They have a potent attack and tough veteran defense, though roster is thin after a few key injuries.
Dallas Cowboys - 8-8 –
QB Tony Romo returns after an injury marred 2010 season. They must prove they can run the ball consistently to balance this offense. Their defense is good, but not near the top two clubs in this division.
Washington Redskins - 6-10 –
Skins start another new QB this season in Rex Grossman. Their defense looks to return to their 2009 form mainly behind improved secondary play. Skins might again struggle to make .500 in the best division in the game.

NORTH
Green Bay Packers -10-5 -

Aaron Rodgers is the hottest QB in the game and Packers may be the best club in the league again. The play of both lines will determine if they can repeat.
Chicago Bears - 11-5 -
Bears can win this division behind veteran QB Jay Cutler. The defense is one of the best in this league that could spell the difference over the course of the season.
Detroit Lions - 9- 7 –
Lions will in the playoff hunt if they keep QB Matt Stafford healthy for 16 games.
Minnesota Vikings - 10-5 -
Vikes look to veteran Donovan McNabb to be the difference maker on an erratic club that is capable of big wins or total self destruction.

SOUTH
New Orleans Saints - 12-4 –

The Saints organizations have improved on defense that gives them the edge in one of the toughest divisions in football. QB Drew Brees is capable of leading this club to the Show again.
Atlanta Falcons - 10-6 –
Falcons are thinking title but they face a very tough schedule that might be the equalizer. They could struggle at .500 through midseason. Defense is suspect.
Tampa Bay Bucs - 8-8 –
Bucs began a turnaround last season with a 10-6, though vs a soft schedule. They will regress this fall and will be not better than a young .500 club that needs maturity.
Carolina Panthers - 6-10 –

Panthers begin the Cam Newton era, but will rely on a strong ground game to win games. They face a very tough schedule and will go through some painful growing pains in 2011.

WEST
Arizona Cardinals – 10-6 –

Cards look to return to the top of the weakest division in the NFL after adding QB Kevin
Kolb. There young defense is at playoff levels currently.
San Francisco 49ers - 8-8 –
New HC Jim Harbaugh will give this club an identity. He will turn QB Alex Smith into a solid
reliable starter. There defense is a solid group, but this club might struggle to get past the .500 mark.
St. Louis Rams - 6-10 –
Rams look to build off an improved offense directed by QB Sam Bradford. There changing defense is still not up to playoff levels at this point, though HC Steve Spagnuolo is a master leader.
Seattle Seahawks - 5-11 –
Seahawks won the divisional title with a 7-9 record, the first sub .500 team to ever accomplish that feat. This club will struggle to play above the .500 mark and challenge for the playoffs.

Divisional Champs
Eagles, Packers, Saints and Cardinals

Wild Card Clubs
Giants & Falcons

NFC Championship
Saint over Packers – Saints march back to the Big Show.

AFC EAST
New York Jets – 12-4 –

Jets look to young QB Mark Sanchez to take another step up. That would put them over the top in a tough division. They defense ranks among the top five in the game.
New England Patriots - 11-5 –
Pats look to premier QB Tom Brady to direct this changing potent offense. The new ground game and receivers could rank them at the top of the league. Their suspect changing defense will determine their final fate in key games.
Miami Dolphins - 7-9 –
Dolphins will be hard pressed to improve off back to back 7-9 seasons. QB Chad Henne is better than advertised and needs new vet Reggie Bush to become everything Ted Ginn did not become.
Buffalo Bills - 4-12 –
Bills are still rebuilding and will look to their young players to establish themselves as top NFL players. Their development will determine any improvement beyond a 4 to 6 win season.

NORTH
Baltimore Ravens - 11-5 –

The Ravens will look to young QB Joe Flacco to join the upper echelon of NFL passers. The defense is still capable of ranking with the best in the game and able to win this division.
Pittsburgh Steelers - 10-6 –
Big Ben makes big plays and the Steel defense is still among best in the game. They are a threat to win any critical game.
Cleveland Browns - 7-9 –
Browns continue to rebuild behind young QB Colt McCoy hoping to get them to respectability. Only one winning season in past six seasons may continue this fall.
Cincinnati Bengals - 5-11 –
With star QB Carson Palmer on the retirement list, the Bengals look to rookie QB Andy Dalton and top pick wideout
A.J. Green to begin a new era. Their defense has never improved under HC Marvin Lewis.

SOUTH
Indianapolis Colts - 10-6 –

QB Peyton Manning starts the season on the bench healing from neck surgery. This club is aging and faces but still dangerous to win big games in the playoffs. Whether the aging defense plays up to those levels remain to be seen.
Houston Texans - 10-6 –
A .500 record won’t get it done this season. Only a playoff berth will keep this club from facing major changes after the season.
Tennessee Titans - 8-8 –
The Titans look to veteran Matt Hasselbeck to keep this club respectable until top pick QB Jake Locker can take the reins. They might surprise and press for a playoff berth.
Jacksonville Jaguars - 6-10 –
Jaguars turned the page with the release of veteran QB David Garrard. They have taken a few steps back recently and a sub .500 record appears likely unless many questions are answered positively.

WEST
San Diego Chargers - 12-4 –

The Chargers are a loaded club with QB Philip Rivers directing a veteran club.
They can win the NFL title behind a veteran defense but needs their troubled special teams to improve significantly.
Kansas City Chiefs - 10-6 –
Chiefs won the division behind QB Matt Cassel and runner Jamaal Charles. The young defense is quietly improving and capable of helping them to compete for a playoff berth.
Oakland Raiders - 7-9 –
Raiders are a franchise in disarray and have not won more than 5 games since the 2002 season and this year looks like another repeat disaster.
Denver Broncos - 5-11 –
Broncos made huge changes this offseason under new HC Josh McDaniel. They should face difficult growing pains that will push them to the bottom of the AFC.

Divisional Champs
Jets, Ravens, Colts & Chargers

Wild Card Clubs
Patriots & Texans

AFC Championship
San Diego over Indianapolis

Chargers show a top defense can stop a potent offense in big
games.

Super Bowl Matchup

New Orleans Saints over San Diego Chargers
Saints win a wild Super Bowl showdown with Chargers.

Sooners’ Head Draft Insiders.com, AP and Coaches Top 25 Teams

Sooners’ Head Draft Insiders.com, AP and Coaches Top 25 Teams

This is DraftInsiders.com first weekly 2011 season College Poll. We will have weekly polls thru the season & postseason in our College Football Mondays blog column.

WR Ryan Broyles - Oklahoma

Team of the Week- Baylor

Draft Insiders.com Top 25 Poll
(This year’s record in parentheses)

1. Oklahoma (1-0)
2. LSU (1-0)
3. Alabama (1-0)
4. Stanford (1-0)
5. Boise St (1-0)
6. Nebraska (1-0)
7. Oklahoma St (1-0)
8. Texas A&M (1-0)
9. Florida St (1-0)
10. Wisconsin (1-0)
11. South Carolina (1-0)
12. Oregon (0-1)
13. Michigan St (1-0)
14. Virginia Tech (1-0)
15. West Virginia (1-0)
16. Penn St. (1-0)
17. Arkansas (1-0)
18. Ohio St (1-0)
19. Mississippi St (1-0)
20. Florida (1-0)
21. Texas (1-0)
22. Baylor (1-0)
23. Missouri (1-0)
24. South Florida (1-0)
25. TCU (0-1)

AP Top 25 Poll
Rank / Name / W L / Previous Week

1 Oklahoma - 1-0 /1
2 LSU - 1-0 /4
3 Alabama - 1-0 /2
4 Boise St. - 1-0 /5
5 Florida St. - 1-0 /6
6 Stanford - 1-0 /7
7 Texas A&M - 1-0 /8
8 Wisconsin - 1-0 /11
9 Oklahoma St. - 1-0 /9
10 Nebraska - 1-0 /10
11 Virginia Tech - 1-0 /13
12 South Carolina - 1-0 /12
13 Oregon - 0-1 /3
14 Arkansas - 1-0 /15
15 Ohio St. - 1-0 /18
16 Mississippi St. - 1-0 /20
17 Michigan St. - 1-0 /17
18 Florida - 1-0 /22
19 West Virginia - 1-0 /24
20 Baylor - 1-0 /NR
21 Missouri - 1-0 /21
22 South Florida - 1-0 /NR
23 Penn St. - 1-0 /NR
24 Texas - 1-0 /NR
25 TCU - 0-1 /14

Coaches Top 25 Poll
Rank Team (first-place votes) Record

1. Oklahoma (43) - 1-0
2. Alabama (9) - 1-0
3. LSU (7) - 1-0
4. Florida St - 1-0
5. Boise St - 1-0
6. Stanford - 1-0
7. Oklahoma St - 1-0
8. Texas A&M - 1-0
9. Wisconsin - 1-0
10. Nebraska - 1-0
11. Virginia Tech - 1-0
12. South Carolina - 1-0
13 Arkansas - 1-0
14. Oregon - 0-1
15. Ohio St - 1-0
16. Michigan St - 1-0
17. Mississippi St - 1-0
18. Florida - 1-0
19. Missouri - 1-0
20. Penn St - 1-0
21. Texas - 1-0
22. Auburn - 1-0
23. Arizona St - 1-0
24. West Virginia - 1-0
25.TCU - 0-1

Dropped out
No. 18 Notre Dame (0-1, lost to South Florida 23-20), No. 22 Georgia (0-1, lost to then-No. 7 Boise State 35-21).

Others receiving votes
Baylor 117; South Florida 97; Iowa 44; Utah 42; Georgia 35; Houston 31; Northwestern 30; Arizona 28; Central Florida 18; Hawaii 17; Michigan 15;North Carolina 15; Clemson 13; Northern Illinois 13; Southern Mississippi 12; Air Force 10; Notre Dame 8; Tennessee 5; Brigham Young 4; Maryland 4; Georgia Tech 3; Washington 3; California 1; Cincinnati 1; Texas Tech 1.

Frank Coyle is a long time member of the FWAA and voter in College player awards - Heisman, Outland, Nagurski, Thorpe and All-American teams. 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 is also a member of the FWAA and voter in College team and player awards.

NFL Supplemental Draft 2011 Postponed

NFL Supplemental Draft Postponed

Photo – QB Terrelle Pryor – Ohio St.

The NFL postponed the NFL Supplemental Draft scheduled for Wednesday August 17th. The delay stems from league officials trying to determine the eligibility of former Ohio St QB Terrelle Pryor. Pryor has petitioned the NFL for inclusion in this week's NFL Supplemental Draft

Pryor was facing an opening 5 game suspension due to NCAA infractions for receiving improper benefits including taking cash. With the Pryor suspension and the termination of highly successful Ohio St. head coach Jim Tressel due to this and other violations, the Buckeye starting passer seeked advice about turning pro this summer. He has been working out this summer in hopes of landing with an NFL team during the preseason.

With the delay in the NFL Supplemental Draft from July to August due to the lockout and now the postponement, the NFL office is trying to set an example of dealing with suspended college players. Players may have to face a brief suspension to start their pro careers that makes them accountable for their college action and send a message to future defections to the pro game to avoid an infraction. This delay may accomplish to future college players with violations of NCAA by laws.

The NFL has circulated a list of players eligible for the NFL Supplemental Draft and Pryor is not been included. Currently, there are 5 players are eligible for this player draft including major college players, RB Caleb King of Georgia, DE Michael McAdoo of North Carolina and safety Tracy Wilson of Northern Illinois. In addition, there are a couple of small college prospects in DE Keenan Mace of Lindenwood and CB Torez Jones of Western Carolina who have petitioned the NFL commissioner’s office for entry in the NFL Supplemental Draft.

There will be a Special Report for subscribers for the NFL Supplemental Draft 2011

NFL Preseason 2011 Schedule Starts Tonight

NFL Preseason 2011 Schedule -
All Times Eastern Standard

Photo – QB Drew Brees - Saints

Thursday, August 11
Jacksonville at New England (7:30)
Baltimore at Philadelphia (7:30)
Seattle at San Diego (8:00)
Denver at Dallas (8:30)
Arizona at Oakland (10:00)

Friday, August 12
Miami at Atlanta (7:30)
Cincinnati at Detroit (7:30)
Pittsburgh at Washington (7:30)
Tampa Bay at Kansas City (8:00)
San Francisco at New Orleans (8:00)

Saturday, August 13
Green Bay at Cleveland (7:30)
Buffalo at Chicago (8:00)
N.Y. Giants at Carolina (8:00)
Indianapolis at St. Louis (8:00)
Minnesota at Tennessee (8:00)

Monday, August 15
N.Y. Jets at Houston (8:00)

For Complete Schedule Click on Next Page

Cam Newton Selected #1 in NFL Draft 2011

Best First Round Value Selections
Jaguars – QB Blaine Gabbert
Lions - DT Nick Fairley
Giants - CB Prince Amukamara
Ravens – CB Jimmy Smith
Saints - DE Cam Jordan
Steelers – DE Cam Heyward

Photo – QB Cam Newton

First Round Selection Order
Pick / Team / Player / Position/ College

1(1) Panthers - Cam Newton - QB - Auburn
2(2) Broncos - Von Miller - LB - Texas A&M
3(3) Bills – Marcell Dareus - DL - Alabama
4(4) Bengals - A.J. Green - WR - Georgia
5(5) Cardinals - Patrick Peterson - CB - LSU
6(6) Falcons (Browns) - Julio Jones - WR - Alabama
7(7) 49ers - Aldon Smith - LB - Missouri
8(8) Titans - Locker, Jake - QB - Washington
9(9) Cowboys - Tyron Smith - OT - USC
10(10) Jaguars (Redskins) - Blaine Gabbert - QB - Missouri
11(11) Texans - J.J. Watt - DE - Wisconsin
12(12) Vikings - Christian Ponder - QB - Florida St.
13(13) Lions - Nick Fairley - DT - Auburn
14(14) Rams - Robert Quinn - DE - North Carolina
15(15) Dolphins - Mike Pouncey - OL - Florida
16(16) Redskins (Jaguars) - Ryan Kerrigan - DE - Purdue
17(17) Patriots (Raiders) - Nate Solder - OT - Colorado
18(18) Chargers - Corey Liuget - DT - Illinois
19(19) Giants - Prince Amukamara - CB - Nebraska
20(20) Buccaneers - Adrian Clayborn - DE - Iowa
21(21) Browns (Chiefs) - Phil Taylor - DT - Baylor
22(22) Colts - Anthony Castonzo - OT - Boston College
23(23) Eagles - Danny Watkins - OL - Baylor
24(24) Saints - Cam Jordan - DE - California
25(25) Seahawks - James Carpenter - OL - Alabama
26(26) Chiefs (Falcons-Browns) - Jonathan Baldwin - WR - Pittsburgh
27(27) Ravens - Jimmy Smith - CB - Colorado
28(28) Saints (Patriots) - Mark Ingram - RB - Alabama
29(29) Bears - Gabe Carimi - OT - Wisconsin
30(30) Jets - Muhammad Wilkerson - DE - Temple
31(31) Steelers - Cam Heyward - DE - Ohio St.
32(32) Packers - Derek Sherrod - OT - Mississippi St.

‘The Nostradamus Condition’ - Final Two Round Mock Draft NFL Draft 2011

‘The Nostradamus Condition’ - Part I
Two Round Mock Draft / NFL Draft

NFL Draft is Here – ‘Trust Your Eyes’

I was in Home Depot last week and was going through the electric department when a light went off about the Atlanta Falcons at the 27th overall pick. What about TE Kyle Rudolph of Notre Dame in the first round after a fine April workout? Rudolph is a first round talent who addresses a need area for the Falcons offense. Starting TE Tony Gonzalez has been a Hall of Fame performer over his amazing career, but he enters year 15 next season. He went in the first round of the 1997 NFL Draft to the Kansas City Chiefs. It is hard to believe 14 seasons have gone by since we meet at Madison Square Garden prior to the talented class for the NFL 1997. The NFL Draft was at Madison Square Garden annually before corporate Time Warner and the NFL decided to play power games over the TV networks and the draft moved to Radio City.

Photo - TE Kyle Rudolph - Notre Dame

Gonzalez was a young 20 year old gifted athlete who played more basketball than football at Cal. He was actually part of the start of an evolution of tight ends being used as vertical threats and a bigger role in the NFL passing game. Rudolph is a complete and a good fit with the Falcons who also have pressing needs on defense at end and cornerback after collapsing in the NFL playoffs. They have done extensive work on corner Ras-I Dowling who is a rising prospect this month and a kid they have on their short list. They also have done a lot of late work on DE Jabaal Sheard of Pittsburgh who may be a surprise late first round selection.

‘Trust Your Eyes’ - The endless Pro Days will finally terminate at some point this week. They have taken on an element of lunacy that only NFL draftniks could appreciate. I attended only a few Pro Days this year and most of it has become total nonsense. Over 90% of the results should confirm what you should have known months earlier. Granted, the medical and injury situations are vital to update for final rankings. Many marginal prospects benefit from the exposure, but the final rankings should not be changed to any big degree. The old athletic and scouting slogan “Trust your Eyes” applies here more than anywhere. This is not the Olympics, its evaluating football players for a specific skill set for the NFL game. My final Pro Day was at Monmouth University (N.J.) on Monday April 25th. The Eagles worked out wideout Chris Hogan in a fog similar to the Fog playoff game years ago. Hogan is a Miles Austin clone that the Eagles wanted to get a final look at the raw athlete. Hogan played only one season at Monmouth after a Lacrosse career at Penn St. He is a fine athlete and actually blew the competition away at the Fordham Pro Day a month ago. The Eagles have three #7 picks, so I expect them to use one of them on Hogan as an athlete who can help on coverage units while he develops as a receiver. Though he is similar to the Cowboy’s Miles Austin in athleticism, size and smarts, he is not as developed as a receiver and needs strong coaching on the basics of route running, reading defenses and make adjustments during the play. He will have to earn his stripes on coverage units, and at 220 lbs. and a legitimate sub 4.50 time, he has the athleticism and toughness to win a role on the coverage teams. With time to develop, he could be a major sleeper from the lower level that shocks NFL scouts.

The first round of the NFL Draft shakes out very interesting among certain clubs from a high needs standpoint. Even more intriguing is the fact that of these comparisons are among divisional rivals and also teams drafting within a few selections of one another. That may contribute to a higher number of deals on the clock with the only movement and deals involving this years or future draft picks. The Bills/ Cardinals hold the key to the top ten. Both love LB Von Miller and also need a QB. They will dictate how the QBs fall out in the first part of round one. You could certainly include the 49ers in that mix with both QB and attack LB high on their need list. They could get closed out of both Cam Newton and Blaine Gabbert at #7. The 3rd QB to come off the board will probably set off a run of passers that includes, Jake Locker, Ryan Mallett, Christian Ponder, Colin Kaepernick and Andy Dalton that may not get beyond the top 40 overall picks. The Redskins are nervous sitting at the 10th overall spot and they could be beyond the top three passers with other clubs like the Titans also looking to add a starting QB. There are several divisional rivals, the Ravens/Steelers, Bears/ Packers, Bucs/Saints/Falcons and Giants/Eagles who all have very similar needs and all drafting with 6 picks in round one. It should be interesting.

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‘Final NFL Mock Draft - Two Rounds
Update Report 2011 has a Complete Seven Round Mock Draft

Selection Order x - compensatory pick * underclassmen - April 28-30, 2011

First Round
1. Carolina - * Blaine Gabbert - QB - Missouri
Alternate Pick: * Patrick Peterson - CB - LSU

2. Denver - * Marcell Dareus - DE - Alabama
Alternate Pick: * Patrick Peterson - CB - LSU

3. Buffalo - Von Miller - LB - Texas A&M
Alternate Pick: * Blaine Gabbert - QB - Missouri

4. Cincinnati - * A.J. Green - WR -Georgia
Alternate Pick: * Cam Newton - QB - Auburn

5. Arizona - * Cam Newton - QB - Auburn
Alternate Pick: Von Miller - LB - Texas A&M

6. Cleveland - * Julio Jones - WR - Alabama
Alternate Pick: * Patrick Peterson - CB - LSU

7. San Francisco - * Patrick Peterson - CB - LSU
Alternate Pick: * Cam Newton - QB - Auburn

8. Tennessee - Prince Amukamara - CB - Nebraska
Alternate Pick: * Julio Jones - WR - Alabama

9. Dallas - * Nick Fairley - DL - Auburn
Alternate Pick: Prince Amukamara - CB - Nebraska

10. Washington - * Aldon Smith - DE/LB - Missouri
Alternate Pick: * Cam Newton - QB - Auburn

11. Houston - Cameron Jordan - DE - California
Alternate Pick: * Aldon Smith - LB – Missouri

12. Minnesota - * Da'Quan Bowers - DE - Clemson
Alternate Pick: * Cam Newton - QB - Auburn

13. Detroit - * Robert Quinn - DE - North Carolina
Alternate Pick: * Tyron Smith - OT - Southern Cal

14 St. Louis - Ryan Kerrigan - DE - Purdue
Alternate Pick: * Aldon Smith - DE/LB - Missouri

15. Miami - * J.J. Watt - DE - Wisconsin
Alternate Pick: Jake Locker - QB - Washington

16 Jacksonville - Jake Locker - QB - Washington
Alternate Pick: Ryan Kerrigan - DE - Purdue

17. New England (Oakland) - Mike Pouncey - OC - Florida
Alternate Pick: Anthony Castonzo - OT - Boston College

18. San Diego - * Muhammad Wilkerson - DT - Temple
Alternate Pick: * Justin Houston - LB - Georgia

19. New York Giants - * Corey Liuget - DT- Illinois
Alternate Pick: Anthony Castonzo - OT - Boston College

20. Tampa Bay - * Tyron Smith - OT - Southern Cal
Alternate Pick: Jimmy Smith - CB - Colorado

21. Kansas City - * Justin Houston - LB - Georgia
Alternate Pick: * Akeem Ayers - LB - UCLA

22. Indianapolis - Anthony Castonzo - OT - Boston College
Alternate Pick: Nate Solder - OT - Colorado

23. Philadelphia - Jimmy Smith - CB - Colorado
Alternate Pick: * Marvin Austin - DT - North Carolina

24. New Orleans - * Marvin Austin - DT - North Carolina
Alternate Pick: Cameron Heyward - DE - Ohio St

25. Seattle - Adrian Clayborn - DE - Iowa
Alternate Pick: Cameron Heyward - DL - Ohio St

26. Baltimore - * Akeem Ayers - LB - UCLA
Alternate Pick: Titus Young - WR - Boise St

27. Atlanta - * Kyle Rudolph - TE - Notre Dame
Alternate Pick: Ras-I Dowling - CB - Virginia

28. New England - Brooks Reed - LB - Arizona
Alternate Pick: * Akeem Ayers - LB - UCLA

29. Chicago - Nate Solder - OT - Colorado
Alternate Pick: Derek Sherrod - OT - Mississippi St

30. New York Jets - Ras-I Dowling - CB - Virginia
Alternate Pick: Brooks Reed - LB - Arizona

31. Pittsburgh - Gabe Carimi - OT - Wisconsin
Alternate Pick: Ras-I Dowling - CB - Virginia

32. Green Bay - Cameron Heyward - DE - Ohio St
Alternate Pick: * Martez Wilson - LB - Illinois

‘Second Round
33 New Eng (Carolina) - * Martez Wilson - LB - Illinois
34 Buffalo - Colin Kaepernick - QB - Nevada
35 Cincinnati - Christian Ponder - QB - Florida St
36 Denver - * Ryan Mallett - QB - Arkansas
37 Cleveland - Jabaal Sheard - DE - Pittsburgh
38 Arizona - Dontay Moch - LB - Nevada
39 Tennessee - Titus Young - WR - Boise St
40 Dallas - Derek Sherrod - OT - Mississippi St
41 Washington Andy Dalton - QB - Texas Christian
42 Houston - * Aaron Williams - CB - Texas
43 Minnesota - * Rahim Moore - S - UCLA
44 Detroit - Marcus Gilbert - OT - Florida
45 San Fran - * Mark Ingram - RB - Alabama
46 Denver (Miami) Johnny Patrick - CB - Louisville
47 St. Louis - * Torrey Smith - WR - Maryland
48 Oakland - Stephen Paea - DT - Oregon St
49 Jacksonville - Allen Bailey - DE - Miami (Fl)
50 San Diego - Phil Taylor - DT - Baylor
51 Tampa Bay - * Brandon Burton - CB - Utah
52 N.Y. Giants - * Randall Cobb - WR - Kentucky
53 Indianapolis - Dan Watkins - OL - Baylor
54 Philadelphia - Sam Acho - LB - Texas
55 Kansas City - Marcus Cannon - OT - TCU
56 New Orleans - * Mikel Leshoure - RB - Illinois
57 Seattle - * Greg Little - WR - North Carolina
58 Baltimore - Jerrel Jernigan - WR/RS - Troy
59 Atlanta - * Brandon Harris - CB - Miami
60 New England - * Ryan Williams - RB - Virginia Tech
61 San Diego (Jets) - Leonard Hankerson - WR - Miami
62 Chicago - Stefen Wisniewski - OL - Penn St
63 Pittsburgh - Benjamin Ijalana - OT - Villanova (Pa.)
64 Green Bay - * Jon Baldwin - WR - Pittsburgh

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