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NFL 2013 Live Mock Draft (Picks 64-97)

2013 NFL Live Mock Draft Round 3
April 25-27, 2013


63 Kansas City
Travis Kelce
    Cincinnati
    TE
    Reach/Value:     -33
Height:
6'5"
Weight:
255
Alternate Pick #1
Terron Armstead
Alternate Pick #2
Phillip Thomas
Like Tony Moeaki, Kelce can do it all. He is a strong in-line blocker who can catch. He was plagued by maturity issues early on, but seems to have straightened out. Is Moeaki/Kelce/Fasano KC's answer to Gronk and Hernandez? Grade: B
64 Jacksonville
Dwayne Gratz
    Connecticut
    CB
    Reach/Value:     -16
Height:
5'11"
Weight:
201
Alternate Pick #1
Damontre Moore
Alternate Pick #2
Alex Okafor
Gratz can play off man or up in press and gives the Jags a body that they can utilize in their secondary rotation in a pass-heavy division. Grade: B+
65 Detroit
Larry Warford
    Kentucky
    OG
    Reach/Value:     +21
Height:
6'3"
Weight:
332
Alternate Pick #1
Keenan Allen
Alternate Pick #2
Terron Armstead
The Lions get a great value pick in Warford, who will bolster the depleted Lions' O-line. Warford didn't have the benefit of being surrounded by NFL-ready talent. He's a standout deserving of a shot at a starting role. Grade: A
66 Oakland
Sio Moore
    Connecticut
    OLB43
    Reach/Value:     +3
Height:
6'0"
Weight:
245
Alternate Pick #1
Damontre Moore
Alternate Pick #2
Jesse Williams
Moore fell a lot more than expected on Day 2 as few were predicting that he would be available here at number 66 for Oakland, so he's a good value in the Third Round. He projects as a guy that can help out rushing the passer, but will play more of a 4-3 OLB role. Good athlete that could develop to be a very productive NFL player. This would be an "A" if the Raiders didn't have such a D-Line need. Grade: B
67 Philadelphia
Bennie Logan
    LSU
    DT43
    Reach/Value:     -51
Height:
6'2"
Weight:
309
Alternate Pick #1
Matt Barkley
Alternate Pick #2
William Gholston
Logan was highly-regarded entering the 2012 season but failed to live up to the hype. Not sure how he fits into the Eagles' shifting defensive scheme; he's more of a 4-3 DT. In a three-man front he'll play the 5-tech, but his skills don't translate as well to that position. Grade: C
68 Cleveland
Leon McFadden
    San Diego State
    CB
    Reach/Value:     -64
Height:
5'10"
Weight:
193
Alternate Pick #1
Jordan Poyer
Alternate Pick #2
Keenan Allen
The need for a bookend CB for Joe Haden has led the Browns to Leon McFadden, the one-time receiver who is blessed with great ball skills. Good speed and a powerful, compact frame. A certain upgrade. Grade: B
69 Arizona
Tyrann Mathieu
    LSU
    CB
    Reach/Value:     -22
Height:
5'8"
Weight:
186
Alternate Pick #1
Terron Armstead
Alternate Pick #2
Tyler Bray
Mathieu is more famous for his nickname and off-the-field issues now than for his football skills. He was a playmaker for LSU but moreso in the return game than on D. He is small and is likely destined for a nickel or dime role, in addition to his special teams play. Grade: B-
70 Tennessee
Blidi Wreh-Wilson
    Connecticut
    CB
    Reach/Value:     -14
Height:
6'0"
Weight:
195
Alternate Pick #1
Damontre Moore
Alternate Pick #2
Alex Okafor
Great length and speed, with very good instincts. Can go mano a mano with big wideouts now prevelant in NFL. Secondary coach Brett Maxie will need to help coach him up on slants and routes underneath.Grade: B
71 St Louis
T.J. McDonald
    USC
    FS
    Reach/Value:     -39
Height:
6'2"
Weight:
219
Alternate Pick #1
Jesse Williams
Alternate Pick #2
Phillip Thomas
If you can name any of the 4 Safeties at the top of the Rams' depth chart, then you can officially call yourself a "die-hard"! Adding T.J. McDonald will add some much-needed athleticism and coverage abilities to the back end of this defense. Grade: B
72 NY Jets
Brian Winters
    Kent State
    OG
    Reach/Value:     -6
Height:
6'4"
Weight:
320
Alternate Pick #1
Alex Okafor
Alternate Pick #2
Keenan Allen
One of my favorite Big Uglies, I wrote "Mean SOB" more than once on my grading cards at the Senior Bowl! He will bring a definite attitude to the Jets' OL and make the #1 offense/defense scrimmages increase in intensity! Grade: A
73 Tampa Bay
Mike Glennon
    North Carolina St
    QB
    Reach/Value:     -3
Height:
6'7
Weight:
225
Alternate Pick #1
Damontre Moore
Alternate Pick #2
Keenan Allen
A slight surprise here as the Bucs could have filled some other holes, but Glennon can spin the ball and should benefit from sitting behind Josh Freeman. This pick may pay dividends down the road. Grade: B
74 Dallas
Terrance Williams
    Baylor
    WRF
    Reach/Value:     +9
Height:
6'2"
Weight:
208
Alternate Pick #1
Jesse Williams
Alternate Pick #2
Jonathan Jenkins
"#$%#%$&@#$%#", said Long Ball, throwing his glass of single malt against the wall. Both lines suck and Cuzzin Jerruh drafts a TE and WR. "Ya'll know I luv me some Glory Hole . . . and I always prefer the sizzle to the steak!" proclaims the Arkansas Hillbilly as he downs another drink! Grade: D
75 New Orleans
Terron Armstead
    Arkansas - PB
    ROT
    Reach/Value:     +8
Height:
6'5"
Weight:
306
Alternate Pick #1
Alex Okafor
Alternate Pick #2
Jesse Williams
Armstead is a beast in the trenches. Fastest in the 40 among O-linemen at the Combine, Armstead will need to be coached up a bit, but could push for starting time at LOT. Grade: A
76 San Diego
Keenan Allen
    California
    WRF
    Reach/Value:     +40
Height:
6'2"
Weight:
206
Alternate Pick #1
Jesse Williams
Alternate Pick #2
Jonathan Jenkins
Great value here as the former Golden Bear will be staying in-state with the Chargers. As great as the value of this pick looks to be, the Chargers are loaded with "possession-type" receivers in Floyd and Brown. Tough to knock this pick, though, regardless. Grade: A
77 Miami
Dallas Thomas
    Tennessee
    ROT
    Reach/Value:     -22
Height:
6'5"
Weight:
306
Alternate Pick #1
Phillip Thomas
Alternate Pick #2
Brennan Williams
Don't see Thomas as a starting Tackle, but he'd make a starting RG. He's tough, balanced, and a workhorse, starting his final 37 games. Ireland ought to bite the bullet and sign Winston, slide Jonathan Martin out to LT and Thomas fits at RG. Grade: B
78 Buffalo
Marquise Goodwin
    Texas
    WRS
    Reach/Value:     -33
Height:
5'9"
Weight:
183
Alternate Pick #1
Jordan Poyer
Alternate Pick #2
Khaseem Greene
I sort of get it...you needed a slot guy like Swope, and you confused Marcus Wheaton with 5'9" Marquise "Flash" Goodwin. Uh, TJ Graham, as of now, you're on the short leash. OK, Stevie can move to the slot now, with Woods-Goodwin on the outside. I wonder if they'll take CB and TE next. Grade: C+



79 Pittsburgh
Markus Wheaton
    Oregon State
    WRS
    Reach/Value:     +4
Height:
5'11"
Weight:
189
Alternate Pick #1
Johnathan Franklin
Alternate Pick #2
Quinton Patton
The Steelers need to add a playmaker to the WR corps to replace Mike Wallace. Wheaton isn't the big target you might want but he's a playmaker who brings extreme agility to the team. He's sure-handed and was the class of the Sr. Bowl this year. Grade: B
80 Dallas
J.J. Wilcox
    Georgia Southern
    SS
    Reach/Value:     -61
Height:
6'0"
Weight:
213
Alternate Pick #1
Jesse Williams
Alternate Pick #2
Jonathan Jenkins
Yes, a Safety was needed after releasing Gerald Sensabaugh . . . but what was needed was a center-fielder type FS, not another SS prospect. Barry Church, who was rewarded with a contract extension after being injured (a bone-head GM move) and last year's 4th round pick Matt Johnson could not get on the field due to various injuries. Wilcox played 1 season at SS for Georgia Southern after spending the previous 3 seasons on offense (slot WR). Grade: C
81 NY Giants
Damontre Moore
    Texas A&M
    DE43
    Reach/Value:     +52
Height:
6'4"
Weight:
250
Alternate Pick #1
Jordan Poyer
Alternate Pick #2
Logan Ryan
Incredible value here for the Giants and a needed pass rusher, replacing the departed Umenyiora. Prior to the Combine, Moore was considered an elite talent with the possibility of being a Top 10 selection. He didn't test well throughout the draft process and some question his work ethic. Grade: B
82 New Orleans
Jonathan Jenkins
    Georgia
    DT43
    Reach/Value:     +26
Height:
6'4"
Weight:
346
Alternate Pick #1
Reid Fragel
Alternate Pick #2
Alex Okafor
After coming to the Combine in Indy at a svelte 346 pounds, Jenkins has reportedly trimmed down. The Saints get great value here, but will need to keep him away from the eateries in and around the Bayou. Meantime, Jenkins has quick feet and eyebrow-raising speed. Grade: B+
83 New England
Logan Ryan
    Rutgers
    CB
    Reach/Value:     +14
Height:
5'11"
Weight:
191
Alternate Pick #1
Alex Okafor
Alternate Pick #2
Jordan Poyer
A position that's recently been an area of weakness, the Pats look 5-deep at CB with Talib, Dennard, Arrington, Dowling, and now Ryan. Athletic and versatile, Ryan could develop into the best of the bunch. Grade: A-
84 Cincinnati
Shawn Williams
    Georgia
    SS
    Reach/Value:     -37
Height:
5'11"
Weight:
213
Alternate Pick #1
Bacarri Rambo
Alternate Pick #2
Phillip Thomas
In his two years as a starter, Williams racked up 104 solo tackles, 66 assists, 10.5 TFL, four interceptions, nine passes broken up, two forced fumbles, four QB hurries and two blocked kicks. In both years, Georgia coaches awarded Williams their "True Grit" award, given to the player that epitomizes toughness and determination on the field.Good fit. See video Grade: B+
85 Washington
Jordan Reed
    Florida State
    TE
    Reach/Value:     -23
Height:
6'2"
Weight:
236
Alternate Pick #1
Phillip Thomas
Alternate Pick #2
Bacarri Rambo
Athletic TE that could end up replacing Fred Davis. Reed is a hybrid player in the mold of another former Gator, Aaron Hernandez. He's the sixth TE taken in the draft. Grade: B
86 Indianapolis
Hugh Thornton
    Illinois
    OG
    Reach/Value:     -119
Height:
6'3"
Weight:
320
Alternate Pick #1
Alex Okafor
Alternate Pick #2
Jordan Poyer
Versatility a key here, as Thornton played both LOT and OG at Illinois. Extremely tough and athletic, scouts think he could slide to ROT if needed. Thornton will probably nail down OG starter role by end of summer camp. Grade: B+
87 Seattle
Jordan Hill
    Penn State
    DT43
    Reach/Value:     -37
Height:
6'1"
Weight:
303
Alternate Pick #1
Alex Okafor
Alternate Pick #2
Jesse Williams
A bit undersized, but can gain leverage and is agile enough to manuever when needed. Good arm length, good speed and has a low center of gravity. Will provide flexibility in rotational role along D line for Seahawks. Grade: B-
88 San Francisco
Corey Lemonier
    Auburn
    DE43
    Reach/Value:     +30
Height:
6'3"
Weight:
255
Alternate Pick #1
Jesse Williams
Alternate Pick #2
Brandon Williams
First team All-SEC in 2011, Lemonier ranked 58th overall on our Big Board, San Francisco just bolsters its 'backer position with Lemonier. At 6'4, 246, Lemonier can be a disruptive force off the edge or blitzing up the middle. Tallied 17 sacks and 7 forced fumbles during his final season at Auburn. The Hair called him "a terror". Grade: A
89 Houston
Brennan Williams
    North Carolina
    LOT
    Reach/Value:     -15
Height:
6'6"
Weight:
318
Alternate Pick #1
Jesse Williams
Alternate Pick #2
Jordan Poyer
A fine ROT who has the footwork to play the blind-side in a pinch . . . the Texans address a need and get the added bonus of value with this late 3rd Round pick.' Matt Schaub sends a bouquet of roses to the Houston front office and scouting department. Grade: A
90 Denver
Kayvon Webster
    South Florida
    CB
    Reach/Value:     -177
Height:
5'10"
Weight:
195
Alternate Pick #1
Alex Okafor
Alternate Pick #2
Sam Montgomery
Webster finished his final year at South Florida with the 11th-most tackles in the Big East, with 82 total. That includes 8.5 tackles for loss and 2 sacks. Ran track for South Florida as well, including a 10.62 in the 100. Depth at the Corner position, with shot at blitz packages. Grade: B-
91 New England
Duron Harmon
    Rutgers
    FS
    Reach/Value:     -199
Height:
5"11"
Weight:
198
Alternate Pick #1
Alex Okafor
Alternate Pick #2
Sam Montgomery
Tavon Wilson, Take 2? Or are they trying to add the entire Rutgers secondary? Big reach here. DraftTek ranks 400 prospects on our Big Board and Harmon is nowehere to be found, yet the Pats deemed him a Top 100 player. Grade: D
92 St Louis
Stedman Bailey
    West Virginia
    WRS
    Reach/Value:     -9
Height:
5'10"
Weight:
193
Alternate Pick #1
Jesse Williams
Alternate Pick #2
David Bakhtiari
Now both WVU WRs are Rams, Tavon and Bailey, who combined for 228 receptions, 2,911 yards and 37 TDs in 2012. Bailey caught 41 TDs at West Virginia in his career, with an NCAA-best 25 this year. We thought Bailey would become a value pick in the 4th round, falling due to his height (5-10), but Rams want both Mountaineers. Grade: A
93 Miami
Will Davis
    Utah State
    CB
    Reach/Value:     -52
Height:
5'11"
Weight:
186
Alternate Pick #1
Reid Fragel
Alternate Pick #2
Phillip Thomas
Miami needed depth at CB and they're getting it. After adding Jamar Taylor earlier, they add Will Davis. An All-WAC performer, Davis is aggressive and great at attacking the ball in the air. However there are worries about his speed. Perhaps there were better players available? Grade: C
94 Baltimore
Brandon Williams
    Missouri Southern
    DT34
    Reach/Value:     -3
Height:
6'1'
Weight:
335
Alternate Pick #1
Jesse Williams
Alternate Pick #2
Jordan Poyer
Our 97th-rated player goes 94th overall. He had a strong Senior Bowl and is strong yet quick, allowing him to play mutliple DL positions. The Ravens needed young defensive talent and they're getting it. Grade: B
95 Houston
Sam Montgomery
    LSU
    DE43
    Reach/Value:     +31
Height:
6'3"
Weight:
262
Alternate Pick #1
Jesse Williams
Alternate Pick #2
Jordan Poyer
I can't debate this selection (although Jesse Williams is still on the board and Houston needs a NT). Montgomery brings an attitude to an already-potent Texans' defense and with his pass-rush, makes the secondary that much better. Grade: B
96 Kansas City
Knile Davis
    Arkansas
    RBF
    Reach/Value:     -60
Height:
5'10"
Weight:
227
Alternate Pick #1
Phillip Thomas
Alternate Pick #2
Bacarri Rambo
A freak athlete with major injury (ankle) and fumbling concerns. This is a boom-or-bust pick. Charles gets his running buddy here. As part of a stable of running backs, Davis could be very effective. However, he doesn't appear to be a good primary runner. Grade: C
97 Tennessee
Zaviar Gooden
    Missouri
    OLB43
    Reach/Value:     -17
Height:
6'1"
Weight:
234
Alternate Pick #1
Alex Okafor
Alternate Pick #2
Cornelius Washington
After going with CB on their earlier selection, the Titans add a physical freak in Gooden. The Tiger 'backer is adept at reading keys, has ability to cover TE's with athleticism and is a solid-tackling LBer. Some scouts say he needs work on angles of attack. Grade: B+

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Texas
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West Virginia
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West Virginia
WRS
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Kansas State
WILB
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Texas
OLB34
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WRF
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Kansas State
WRP
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West Virginia
WRS
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Oklahoma
WRF
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Iowa State
SILB
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Oklahoma
FS
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RBF
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TCU
OLB34
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Texas Tech
SS
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FS
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QB
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Baylor
WRS
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Oklahoma
DE34
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QB
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DE34
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