I did a mock draft after week 9, but that was a bit to early to make some predictions. Here is NFL Mock Draft 1.1 (with the 1st 10 picks). The draft is from April 25th-27th.
1st Pick: Kansas City Chiefs, Eric Fisher, OT, Central Michigan;
He is the best option because of the weak O-Line that he has. If they don’t draft him, Alex Smith and the Chiefs will give their fans a hard time to breath.
2nd pick: Jacksonville Jaguars, Dion Jordan, OLB, Oregon;
Sharrif Floyd is an option, but he just is not as aggressive as Dion Jordan. I’m a huge Stanford fan, so I watch Stanford-Oregon every single year. Jordan just impresses me so much by the fact that he is the 1st one to hit the QB, EVERY SINGLE TIME DOWN THE FIELD. He is the ideal fit for a terrible D.
3rd pick: Oakland Raiders, Sharrif Floyd, DT, Florida;
Floyd is the perfect pick because he brings a lot of help to DT Richard Seymour.
4th pick: Philadelphia Eagles, Geno Smith, QB, West Virginia;
Smith is a QB that all fans enjoy. Also, Mike Vick seems like a wierdo that can just throw INTs, and seems a little like Tebow, a lefty that just can’t complete a pass. He threw 8 TDs, and 656 yards in a 70-63 win over Baylor, so Eagles fans, start chanting “GENO SMITH!” when it’s time for the Eagles to make a pick in the draft
5th pick: Detroit Lions, Luke Joeckel, OT, Texas A&M;
With Joeckel protecting Stafford, the Lions could repeat their 2011-2012 playoff run.
6th pick: Cleveland Browns, Dee Milliner, CB, Alabama;
Man, Milliner can be a lockdown D-fender (defender). He is the perfect way for the Browns to fill in their D and add on with CB Joe Haden.
7th pick: Arizona Cardinals, Lane Johnson, OT, Oklahoma;
Johnson can protect his QB as well as he protected Landry Jones.
8th pick: Buffalo Bills, Jonathan Cooper, OG, UNC;
Cooper will be a great fit because of his speed, and blocking ability. He also bring a lot of strong D to the Bills (not to mention he’s 6’2”, 311 lbs).
9th pick: NY Jets, Jarvis Jones, OLB, Georgia;
Jones is a great player, breaking many Georgia records and SEC records. He will help one of the worst D’s from last year, and turn them into one of the most intimidating.
10th pick: Tennessee Titans, Ezekiel (Ziggy) Ansah, BYU;
Ansah only had 4.5 sacks last season, but that’s not the case here. What makes him intimidating is that he’s a 6’5”, 271 lbs linebacker who has huge hands and arms.