2011 NFL Mock Draft: Full 7 Round Mock


My first round picks tend to be a little different because I like to play around with picks to see what sticks and what I like. I like to explore the myriad of pathways that teams may ultimely end up taking in the draft because for many teams they are not pigeonholed to two or three picks in the N.F.L. Draft, even if most mock drafts are.  But that’s what is fun about making mock drafts, the infinite possibilites. My first rounds do get a little unsuaul because of that, but I tried to get more conventional in the following rounds so hopefully you’ll enjoy. And as we approach the draft in April I will have an official mock draft to stand on and be judged on.  I don’t write explanations here for each, but I did explain all the picks over the past week.

Which are here:

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Enjoy. Let me know what team would have the best and worst drafts based on this mock.

1. Carolina Panthers

DT Marcel Dareus

DE Greg Romerus

LB Lawrence Wilson

OL Zach Hurd

WR Derrel Johnson Koulianos

2. Denver Broncos

 DE Da’Quan Bowers

TE Kyle Rudolph

DL Drake Nevis

CB Johnny Patrick

DL Chris Neild

RB Darren Evans

3. Buffalo Bills

Von Miller

Gabe Carimi

Colin Kaperenick

Lance Kendricks

Colin McCarthy

Brandyn Thompson

Eric Hagg

Jeff Maehl

4. Cincinnati Begnals

WR Julio Jones

QB Ryan Mallett

S Jaiquwqnn Jarrett

OL Will Rackley

DL Markus White

FB Owen Maceric

RB Bilal Powell

5. Arizona Cardinals

OLB Robert Quinn

C/G Stefen Wisinewski

QB Andy Dalton

OLB Jeremy Beal

WR Jeremey Kerley

CB Darryl Skrine

6 Cleveland Browns

DT Nick Fairley

WR Leonard Hankerson

LB Greg Jones

RB Jordan Todman

LB Chris Carter

CB Richard Sherman

OL Justin Boren

7. San Francisco 49ers

CB Patrick Peterson

QB Chrisitan Ponder

LB Kelvin Sheppard

RB Daniel Thomas

DL Lawrence Guy

CB/S Marcus Gilchrist

WR/KR Dwayne Harris

TE Charlie Gnatt
T Rob McGill

OLB Bruce Miller

8. Tennessee Titans

WR A.J. Green

DT Marvin Austin

CB Curtis Brown

QB Ricky Stanzi

RB Roy Helu

LB Brian Rolle

DT David Carter

9.Dallas Cowboys  

T Nate Solder

DE Cameron Hewyard

CB Brandon Burton

S Ahmahd Black

T Chris Hairston

C  Brandon Fusco

OLB Tom Keiser

10. Washington Redskins

QB Jake Locker

RB Ryan Williams

WR Greg Salas

OLB Rickey Elmore

CB Jalil Brown

OLB Dave Carter

11. Houston Texans

NT Phil Taylor

WR  Titus Young

OLB Brooks Reed

CB Chykie Brown

C Tim Barnes

CB Devon Torrence

12. Minnesota Vikings

QB Blaine Gabbert

DT Muhammad Wilkerson

CB Curtis Marsh

DE Brandon Bair

WR Ronald Johnson

TE Zach Pinialto

RB Dion Lewis

13. Detroit Lions

CB Prince Amukamara

DE Adrian Clayborn

WR Jerrell Jernigan

Lb Brian Rolle

LB Scott Lutrus

RB Evan Royster* (I think they lost this pick due to tampering)

14. St Louis Rams

DE Cameron Jordan

LB Mason Foster

TE Luke Stocker

OG Clint Boling

WR Cecil Short

DT Terrel McClain

RB Shaun Draughn

15. Miami Dolphins

RB Mikel LeShoure

OL Marcus Cannon

ILB Casey Matthews

WR Rickardo Lockette

RB Noel Devine

LB Akeem dent

G Steve Schilling

16. Jacksonville Jaguars

DE Ryan Kerrigan

S Quinton Carter

LB Mark Herzlich

CB Chris L. Rucker

WR Edumund Gates

QB Pat Delvin

K Alex Henerey

WR Lester Jean

17. New England Patriots

Dl J.J. Watt

CB Brandon Harris

OLB Justin Houston

G Danny Watkins

WR Tandon Doss

CB DeMarcus VanDyke

QB Nathan Enderle

RB Mario Fanin

18. San Diego Chargers 

LB Martez Wilson

DE/OLB Jaball Sheard

RB DeMarco Murray

SDeunta Williams

OL Lee Ziemba

TE Jordan Cameron

19. New York Giants 

T Tyron Smith,

CB Ras-I-Dowling

C Jake Kirkpatrick

RB Jacquizz Rodgers

WR DeAndre Brown

LB Eric Gordon

20. Tampa Bay Bucaneers 

DE Aldon Smith

LB Bruce Carter

S Tyle Sash

G John Moffitt

LB Adrian Moten

DE Pierre Allen

LB Elijah Joseph

21. Kansas City Chiefs

RB Mark Ingram

OG Jason Pinkston

OLB Dontay Moch

NT Ian williams

OL James Carpenter

WR Niles Paul

OLB Ryan Winterswyk

22. Indianapolis Colts

OT Anthony Castanzo

OG Rodney Hudson

DT Jarvis Jenkins

RB Kendall Hunter

WR Vincent Brown

S Jermale Hines

CB Dejon Gomes

23. Philadelhpia Eagles

DT Corey Liuget
OL Ben Ijalana
CB ReShad Carmichael
WR Greg Little
LB Doug Hogue
RB Jamie Harper
CB Mario Butler

24. New Orleans Saints

CB Jimmy Smith

S DeAndre McDaniel

RB Shane Vereen

LB Quan Sturdivant

TE Rob Housler

25. Seattle Seahawks

QB Cam Newton

DL Jurrel Casey

FB Henry Hynoski

Ol Joe Barksdale

WR Terrance Toliver

CB Cortez Allen

C Kris O’dowd

26. Baltimore Ravens

WR Jon Baldwin,

CB Davon House

OLB Sam Acho

S Robert Sands

RT Jah reid

FB Stanley havili

CB Brandon Hogan

27. Atlanta Falcons

DT Stephen Paea

WR Torrey Smith

DE Pernell Mcphee

T Orlando Franklin

FS Will Hill

RB Taiwan Jones

TE Virgil Green

LB JT Thomas

P Chas Henrey

28 NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS (ALSO LISTED AT 17)

29. Chicago Bears 

T Derrick Sherrod

DL Allen Bailey

CB Kendric Bruney

WR Austin Pettis

LB Jonas Mouton

RB Alex Green

30. New York Jets

LB Akeem Ayers

Ath Randall Cobb

DL Cedric Thornton,

S Joe Lefedged

QB Greg McElroy

WR Ryan Whalen

31. Pittsburgh Steelers

S Rahim Moore

Dl Christian Ballard

OT James Brewer

RB/ATHDerrick Locke

OL Adam Grant

CB Justin Rogers

32. Green Bay Packers:

O.L. Mike Pouncey

TE. D.J. Williams

DL Siona Fua

RB Delone Carter

OLDerek Newton

WR Denarius Moore

S Shiloh Keho

No first round pick: Raiders

CB Aaron Williams

OLMarcus Gilbert

TE, Julius Thomas

DE Cliff Matthews

RB Brandon Saine

C Ryan Pugh

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  • JohnnyB

    I really don’t like the Saints picks. Not one pick addresses the Saints biggest need of D-line help. With a draft that is so heavy in D-line help, and the Saints not getting a DE or DT, I would be absolutely P.O.ed if they didn’t address their biggest need. I know the Saints go best player available, I just don’t see them not getting a DE or DT within the first 3 picks. And, I just don’t see them getting a RB at all in this draft, unless Mark Ingram somehow falls to 24.

    • http://NFLmocks.com Jesse Bartolis

      That’s a fair criticism and I thought about that too. I think the best opportunity on this mock is to draft a Defensive linemen in the first round. The thing that makes mocking hard right now is I”m not sure what their plan of attack will be in free agency.

      I generally assume that teams look to fill their biggest need for their team through free agency when possible and then B.P.A and but it’s weird this year.

      I think if I did it again I would probably try to find a good Defensive linemen to add at some point, I was just having trouble finding good value in this particular mock

      thanks for the comment

  • Dan L

    I highly disagree with all of the Jets picks. Sure,I would absolutely love Akeem Ayers, but at pick 30, highly unlikely. The other picks are alright. I was disappointed with the picks of Randall Cobb (not too much of a fan oh him) and Greg McElroy. Greg McElroy?! The Jets do not need a quarterback. If Mark fails, Greg McElroy does not have the skill to step in in 5 years or so. Great overall draft though. Please let me know what you think.

    • http://NFLmocks.com Jesse Bartolis

      I will say that I expect Ayers to go earlier, bu tit’s possible that he falls every year players fall that no one expects too, like Rey Maluaga for instance who most thought could go top 20.

      My thinking about Greg McElroy is that for a few years, at least, he’s a spot starter and quality backup guy who can understand and pick up offenses and be relied on to get through a difficult stretch, but not a long term starter. The jets are a win now team, and they have Mark Brunell as the backup QB and he can’t do much other than mentor.
      If Sanchez gets hurt they need a guy who can come in make good decisisions and win a game or two that’s what McElroy can be to me early in his career.

      not trying to replace Sanchez, just give the team some reliable backup with a late round pick. most late round picks don’t make a roster or last more than a year on the roster so teams look for players that fill niches (like a backup to a specific spot-McElroy back up quarterback), have HUGE upside (like a player with realy big character concerns or injury concerns), or play special teams.

      With Cobb I was thinking that the Jets like those kind of players who can be special team return men and gadget players on offense (leon Washington and Brad Smith) but I think Smith is a free agent so they might look to replace that aspect of their offense). Just an all around weapon.

  • Dan L

    I like the way you think. What do you think about the possibility of the Jets either trading up or down?

    • http://NFLmocks.com Jesse Bartolis

      I think it’s a definitie possibility. The Jets have shown, especially recently, that they are super agressive and will move for a player they really love. (Up for Sanchez, up for Shonne Greene I think, and I think up to get Revis).

      I don’t see them moving down, perse because I don’t think they believe they have a ton of needs or need the extra picks, but I wouldn’t rule it out if they don’t like players

      I could see them moving up if they really like a RUsh OLB, or if they think they need Phil Taylor.