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NFL 2013 Live Mock Draft (Picks 17-32)

2013 Live Continuously Updated Mock Draft
April 25-27, 2013

17 Pittsburgh
Jarvis Jones
    Georgia
    OLB34
    Reach/Value:     +6
Height:
6'2"
Weight:
245
Alternate Pick #1
Arthur Brown
Alternate Pick #2
Alec Ogletree
The Steelers cut Harrison to get under the cap and to move on with a younger team. Looking to fill his shoes they brought Jones in for a visit on April 2. Jones was incredibly productive rushing the passer in the Bulldogs' 3-4 scheme racking up 28 sacks in the last 2 years. The team is comfortable with the star football player, looking past the Stenosis and lackluster Combine. Grade: A
18 San Francisco
Eric Reid
    LSU
    FS
    Reach/Value:     -24
Height:
6'1"
Weight:
213
Alternate Pick #1
Tyler Eifert
Alternate Pick #2
Jesse Williams
Three-year starter Reid tied Minter for the LSU lead in tackles,stood out w/ most game-changing hits, much more consistent lately, and is FS-SS versatile. Reid possesses the highest explosion factor among the Safeties.I love him better in man than in zone. Sometimes he goes for the hit instead of wrapping up or ensuring the incomplete pass. Replacement for Whitner. Grade: A for trade, A- for value
19 NY Giants
Justin Pugh
    Syracuse
    OG
    Reach/Value:     -66
Height:
6'4"
Weight:
307
Alternate Pick #1
Xavier Rhodes
Alternate Pick #2
Desmond Trufant
The G-Men needed OL help but the consensus First Round talent was long gone. Pugh was rising quickly though and should be able to start from Day 1 at OG, perhaps in the future at OT. That versatility made him attractive to many teams. His experience doesn't hurt either. Grade: C
20 Chicago
Kyle Long
    Oregon
    OG
    Reach/Value:     -66
Height:
6'6"
Weight:
313
Alternate Pick #1
Sharrif Floyd
Alternate Pick #2
Xavier Rhodes
The son of Howie Long (Pro Bowler, 84 sacks in 13 seasons) and brother of Chris Long has the DNA and the High School cred (pitcher and first baseman earning all-state honors, offensive and defensive lineman for back-to-back state champions). His upper body and leg strength, large hands, long arms, and quick footwork will work well for the Bears. It's scary that Howie thinks Kyle's the best athlete in the family, isn't it? Grade: C
21 Cincinnati
Tyler Eifert
    Notre Dame
    TE
    Reach/Value:     +0
Height:
6'5"
Weight:
250
Alternate Pick #1
Jonathan Cyprien
Alternate Pick #2
Xavier Rhodes
Welcome to "New England 2". It's a copycat league, right? With a lot of talent falling down the board the Bengals had their pick of the litter. It's a little surprising they went with the TE but it's hard to argue against the O they're creating in Cincy. Gresham & Eifert is a nice duo for Dalton. Grade: A
22 Atlanta
Desmond Trufant
    Washington
    CB
    Reach/Value:     +0
Height:
6'0"
Weight:
190
Alternate Pick #1
Bjoern Werner
Alternate Pick #2
Xavier Rhodes
The Falcons get their man, and moved up to do it. This is who we had in the mock draft, so it really is no surprise. He becomes the third Trufant brother in the NFL and I look for him to be a Day 1 starter opposite Asante Samuel. This makes a ton of sense and very well could push this team over the hump. ~Erin Ford, Falcons Analyst Grade: A
23 Minnesota
Sharrif Floyd
    Florida
    DT43
    Reach/Value:     +18
Height:
6'3"
Weight:
297
Alternate Pick #1
Xavier Rhodes
Alternate Pick #2
Arthur Brown
There was some debate as to whether Floyd was a Top 5pick as many had him going to the Raiders; however, this is probably fair value for the Vikings here. With the 2 picks in the First Round, the Vikings had the luxury of taking a value pick like this, even though it`s not an immediate need. Floyd is certainly a 3-tech DT, which means he should have no problems replacing Kevin Williams down the road. Grade: A
24 Indianapolis
Bjoern Werner
    Florida State
    DE34
    Reach/Value:     +14
Height:
6'3"
Weight:
266
Alternate Pick #1
Datone Jones
Alternate Pick #2
Sylvester Williams
Get out your Deutschland language books and team lederhosen, Indy fans, the VERNER is coming !!! The Colts add their version of Kruger with the native German. Werner shows terrific power and a solid burst off the snap. Opposite Mathis and in rotation with Erik Walden. Grade: A



25 Minnesota
Xavier Rhodes
    Florida State
    CB
    Reach/Value:     +7
Height:
6'1"
Weight:
210
Alternate Pick #1
Arthur Brown
Alternate Pick #2
Jamar Taylor
Xavier Rhodes, from a value and need perspective, certainly makes sense for the Vikings. However, I`m not sure how he fits into the Cover-2, as his tackling skills aren`t exactly a strength. Having said that, the Vikings needed to upgrade their D, so adding both a DT and CB should fortify that side of the ball. We`ll see whether it`s a MLB or WR with that 2nd Round pick... Grade: B+
26 Green Bay
Datone Jones
    UCLA
    DE34
    Reach/Value:     +3
Height:
6'4"
Weight:
283
Alternate Pick #1
Sylvester Williams
Alternate Pick #2
Jonathan Cyprien
Happy, Happy, Joy, Joy! My target for the Packers most of the year, but thought for sure Indy would take him. Jones will bring some "juice" and explosion missing on the Packers' defensive line. He'll need to add a few pounds to play the five-technique, but that shouldn't be a problem. Jones packs a hard punch, and a scout told me he thinks Capers will bring out the WOW factor in this kid... Grade: A
27 Houston
DeAndre Hopkins
    Clemson
    WRF
    Reach/Value:     -21
Height:
6'1"
Weight:
214
Alternate Pick #1
Cordarrelle Patterson
Alternate Pick #2
Jesse Williams
The Texans get much needed help at WR with the most NFL ready WR in the 2013 draft pool. Hopkins will take pressure off of Andre Johnson and just perhaps, succeed AJ as the #1 in the Texans WR corps. Hopkins will provide another viable target for QB Matt Schaub. By taking pressure off of Johnson, opposing Defensive Coordinators will have more bases to cover when planning to face the Texans.. Grade: A
28 Denver
Sylvester Williams
    North Carolina
    DT43
    Reach/Value:     +3
Height:
6'3"
Weight:
313
Alternate Pick #1
Jonathan Cyprien
Alternate Pick #2
Damontre Moore
The Broncos haven't drafted a DT in the 1st since Trevor Pryce in 1997. It's great to see that trend change. Williams is a different player than Pryce, but he's an impressive talent with a good head on his shoulders who should be a productive plugger for years for Denver. With Williams collapsing the pocket up the middle, watch for Miller's already gaudy stats to climb next year. This is a valid alternative method for compensating for the loss of Elvis. Grade: A
29 Minnesota
Cordarrelle Patterson
    Tennessee
    WRF
    Reach/Value:     +9
Height:
6'2"
Weight:
216
Alternate Pick #1
Arthur Brown
Alternate Pick #2
Manti Te'o
The Vikings got their man at WR, but it certainly came at a price. What this pick tells me is that it's time to "Put up or shut up" for Christian Ponder as he now has NO EXCUSES when it comes to the talent around him. Patterson has return abilities and can make plays with the ball in his hands. For Vikings fans, the hope is that the price cost was worth it as the Receiver class in this draft is a deep one. Only time will tell... Grade: A
30 St Louis
Alec Ogletree
    Georgia
    OLB43
    Reach/Value:     +3
Height:
6'2"
Weight:
242
Alternate Pick #1
Arthur Brown
Alternate Pick #2
Jonathan Cyprien
The Rams continue to fill positions of need with players associated with the team pre-draft. The Rams were probably a little surprised to see Ogletree on the board at #30 and had to jump on the obvious value that he represented here. With Laurinaitis in the middle, Ogletree greatly improves the anorexic LB corps, previously featuring Jo-Lonn Dunbar and Sammy Brown. The Rams still need help at Safety and RB. Grade: A
31 Dallas
Travis Frederick
    Wisconsin
    OG
    Reach/Value:     -26
Height:
6'4"
Weight:
312
Alternate Pick #1
Johnathan Hankins
Alternate Pick #2
Kawann Short
Frederick officially declared for the NFL Draft, a wise move as he graded higher than his Badger predecessors Konz and Zeitler. If he starts at center for Dallas, it allows Ryan Cook to become the versatile veteran backup (as he has played every position on the OL). If neither Doug Free nor last year's rookie Ron Leary can start at ROG, Frederick slides over one slot and Kevin "Killer" Kowalski starts at center. Grade: C for trade, B+ for player
32 Baltimore
Matt Elam
    Florida
    SS
    Reach/Value:     -11
Height:
5'9"
Weight:
208
Alternate Pick #1
Arthur Brown
Alternate Pick #2
Kevin Minter
Baltimore was hit big time by Free Agent defections and a trade this offseason. While they added a few pieces in Free Agency, the draft is where they'll have to fill most of the holes. They started by grabbing former Florida SS Elam. He's an aggressive player that can make big plays but is a high risk/high reward, every-down player that can be burned. A little surprised this wasn't an ILB such as LSU's Minter. Grade: A

Traded Round 1 Picks:
St Louis gets Washington 1st round pick (Robert Griffin)
Minnesota gets Seattle 1st round pick (Percy Harvin)
NY Jets get Tampa Bay 1st Round Pick (Darrelle Revis)

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6 Bjoern Werner
Florida State
DE43
8 Jonathan Cooper
North Carolina
OG
16 Xavier Rhodes
Florida State
CB
22 Cornellius Carradine
Florida State
DE43
24 Sylvester Williams
North Carolina
DE34
48 DeAndre Hopkins
Clemson
WRF
50 Giovani Bernard
North Carolina
RBC
54 E.J. Manuel
Florida State
QB
85 Menelik Watson
Florida State
ROT
86 Andre Ellington
Clemson
RBC
125 Brandon Jenkins
Florida State
OLB34
137 Marcus Davis
Virginia Tech
WRP
145 Kevin Reddick
North Carolina
SILB
150 Malliciah Goodman
Clemson
DE34
152 Brandon McGee
Miami (FL)
CB
160 Vinston Painter
Virginia Tech
OG
177 Everett Dawkins
Florida State
DT43
184 Emmett Cleary
Boston College
LOT
185 Corey Fuller
Virginia Tech
WRF
195 Conner Vernon
Duke
WRS
196 Matt Furstenburg
Maryland
TE
203 Rodney Smith
Florida State
WRP
225 Sean Renfree
Duke
QB
229 T.J. Barnes
Georgia Tech
DT34
243 Tommy Bohanon
Wake Forest
FB
253 Anthony McCloud
Florida State
DT34
255 Rod Sweeting
Georgia Tech
CB
274 John Wetzel
Boston College
ROT
286 Izaan Cross
Georgia Tech
DE34
287 A.J. Francis
Maryland
DT34
301 Rashard Hall
Clemson
FS
307 Oday Aboushi
Virginia
ROT
311 Omoregie Uzzi
Georgia Tech
OG
353 Nick Becton
Virginia Tech
LOT
355 Dalton Freeman
Clemson
OC
358 Kenny Tate
Maryland
SS
366 Chris Thompson
Florida State
RBC
371 Vince Williams
Florida State
SILB
373 Darius Smith
Miami (FL)
DT34
386 Orwin Smith
Georgia Tech
RBF
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