2013 NFL Draft


Forward Progress Football presents our first “Composite Analyst Mock Draft”

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1 Kansas City Chiefs Luke Joeckel
Luke Joeckel, LT
Texas A&M
By cutting OT Eric Winston the Chiefs painted themselves into a corner, Luckily Joeckel may be the best player in the draft. @jazzhessian

 

 

2 jaguars_logoslice Jacksonville Jaguars
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Geno Smith, QB
West Virginia
Don’t have a franchise QB? Is there one available? Pick Him! @JaguarsBlog

 

 

3 Raiders_logoslice Oakland Raiders
Dion Jordan
Dion Jordan, OLB
Oregon
The Raiders get a perfect piece for their hybrid defense – Jordan is a 3-4 OLB, 4-3 SLB and a Nickel DE in coverage! @jazzhessian

 

 

4 eagles_logoslice Philadelphia Eagles
Eric Fisher
Eric Fisher, LT
Central Michigan
The Eagles loaded up on defense in FA but they still need an athletic LT for Kelly’s high paced offense; Fisher is that franchise LT! @FPFootball

 

 

5 lions_logoslice Detroit Lions
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Ziggy Ansah, DE
BYU
When you lose production then you must draft potential that could eventually surpass that lost production. @DraftInsider

 

 

6 browns_logoslice Cleveland Browns
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Barkevious Mingo, OLB/DE
LSU
Pass rush is still a very big need for the Cleveland Browns. Pair him with Paul Kruger and you have a nice pair of edge rushers. @jeffmyersjr

 

 

7 cards_logoslice Arizona Cardinals
Lane Johnson
Lane Johnson, LT
Oklahoma
Arizona needs a franchise LT. In fact, it is their greatest need and Johnson’s freak athleticism warrants this pick. @NFLDraftNerd

 

 

8 bills_logoslice Buffalo Bills
Cordarrelle Patterson
Cordarrelle Patterson, WR
Tennessee

The Bills need another playmaker opposite WR Stevie Johnson. He may be raw but his physical ability is too great to pass up. @threeforthewin 

 

 

9 jets_logoslice New York Jets
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Star Lotulelei, DT
Utah

His health is a concern but he may be the best defensive player in this years class and will provide a boost to the Jets defense. @threeforthewin

 

 

10 titans_logoslice Tennessee Titans
Chance Warmack
Chance Warmack, OG
Alabama

The Titans just signed OG Andy Levitre but Warmack is a top player in the draft, he fits Munchak’s desire to be a big, physical team. @JaguarsBlog

 

 

11 chargers_logoslice San Diego Chargers
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Keenan Allen, WR
California

With the top OT prospects off the board the Chargers add Keenan Allen, one of the top offensive talents in the draft. @jazzhessian

 

 

12 dolphins_logoslice Miami Dolphins
Dee Milliner
Dee Milliner, CB
Alabama

The Fins traded CB Vontae Davis last year and did not re-sign CB Sean Smith. Milliner is a top 10 talent and fills a big need. @threeforthewin

 

 

13 bucs_logoslice Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Sharif Floyd
Sharrif Floyd, DT
Florida
Yes, NFC South, Floyd will be lining up next to DT Gerald McCoy. Basically, the interior of your O-Line is screwed. @CMilner2

 

 

14 Panthers_logoslice Carolina Panthers
Sheldon Richardson
Sheldon Richardson, DT
Missouri
Richardson is a steal at 14 considering the Panthers want to use multiple looks because he has the athleticism to do so. @CMilner2

 

 

15 saints_logoslice New Orleans Saints
Jonathan Cyprien
Jonathan Cyprien, S
FIU
The Saints need upgrades all over their defense and safety Jonathan Cyprien is the best available defensive prospect. @CMilner2

 

 

16 rams_logoslice Saint Louis Rams
Jonathan Cooper
Jonathan Cooper, OG
UNC
The Rams need help at OG because Rob Turner was not effective last year. Cooper is the top OL prospect remaining. @NFLDraftNerd

 

 

17 steelers_logoslice Pittsburgh Steelers
Jarvis Jones
Jarvis Jones, OLB
Georgia
The Steelers need to get younger on defense and need a playmaker who can place pressure on an offense, Jones is a stud. @jeffmyersjr

 

 

18 Cowboys_logoslice Dallas Cowboys
Kenny Vaccaro
Kenny Vaccaro, S
Texas
A Perfect Fit! The top safety in the draft is not leaving the Lone Star State. @FPFootball

 

 

19 Giants_logoslice New York Giants
Arthur Brown
Arthur Brown, MLB
Kansas State

The Giants have needed an elite MLB for ages. If he truly is Ray Lewis 2.0 he is a steal outside of the top 15 picks! @FPFootball

 

 

20 bears_logoslice Chicago Bears Austin
Tavon Austin, WR
West Virginia
Devin Hester is not a WR and Earl Bennett needs competition, Austin is the top threat WR in this years draft class. @NFLDraftNerd

 

 

21 bengals_logoslice Cincinnati Bengals
Xavier Rhodes
Xavier Rhodes, CB/S
Florida State
SS and CB are arguably the Bengals biggest needs. Rhodes is the top secondary player remaining in the draft. @jeffmyersjr

 

 

22 rams_logoslice Saint Louis Rams (from WAS)
DeAndre Hopkins
DeAndre Hopkins, WR
Clemson
The Rams lost WRs Danny Amendola and Brandon Gibson! Hopkins can move the sticks and work as Bradford’s security blanket. @NFLDraftNerd

 

 

23 Minnesota Vikings
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Darius Slay, CB
Mississippi State
Slay is the biggest kept secret in the 2013 NFL Draft and a steal at 23. @DraftInsider

 

 

24 colts_logoslice Indianapolis Colts
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Jesse Williams, NT
Alabama
The Colts have addressed needs in FA but still do not have a versatile NT. Jesse Williams can play 3-4 NT or 3-Tech in a 4-3. @JaguarsBlog

 

 

25 vikings_logoslice Minnesota Vikings (from SEA)
Kawann Short
Kawann Short, DT
Purdue
Short is the perfect 4-3 DT to compliment the aging Kevin Williams. @DraftInsider

 

 

26 packers_logoslice Green Bay Packers
Tyler Eifert
Tyler Eifert, TE
Notre Dame

Eifert fills the expected loss of Jermichael Finley and is a valuable target for Rodgers. @DraftInsider

 

 

27 texans_logoslice Houston Texans
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Markus Wheaton, WR
Oregon State
The Texans desperately need a WR and Wheaton is very good with the upside to one day replace Andre Johnson as the #1. @JaguarsBlog

 

 

28 broncos_logoslice Denver Broncos
Bjoern Werner
Bjoern Werner, DE
Florida State
The Broncos gladly take the BPA at 28 and that happens to be a top DE who can easily replace the soon to be cut Elvis Dumervil. @jazzhassian

 

 

29 patriots_logoslice New England Patriots
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Desmond Trufant, CB
Washington
The #3 CB in the draft, Trufant can fill the void left by Talib because he is physical and fast, he may even be an upgrade! @threeforthewin

 

 

30 falcons_logoslice Atlanta Falcons
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Tank Carradine, DE
Florida State

Best value pick of the draft so far because Tank is a top 10 talent absent his injury! @CMilner2

 

 

31 Niners_logoslice San Francisco 49ers
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Brandon Williams, NT
Southern-Missouri
Is he an upgrade over projected NT starter Ian Williams? Yes! @NFLDraftNerd

 

 

32 ravens_logoslice Baltimore Ravens
Manti Te'o
Manti Te’o, ILB
Notre Dame
With the departure of Ray Lewis and Dannell Ellerbe ILB becomes the biggest need for the Super Bowl Champs. @PatSportsGuy

Forward to the Second Round