First here's some frequently asked questions about my mock draft: First here's some frequently asked questions about my mock draft:

NFL Mock Draft 4.0: Goodbye Tebow, Harvin; Hello Others


First here’s some frequently asked questions about my mock draft:

1) The order is done by the current NFL standings. This probably would not be the exact order if the draft took place today (coin flips & playoffs would have to be complete) but it’s a pretty good estimation of what it would look like.

2) I do these weekly but only here at so make sure you check back often for updates.

3) Make sure you leave comments below but to remember it is only early October. Right now it is hard to tell what each teams needs.

Early Trends:

Where Are The Quarterbacks? I have two quarterbacks going in this mock draft, thanks to the hunch I have about Mark Sanchez. Even Matthew Stafford is not a sure first round pick at this point. The 2009 NFL Draft could be a sad draft day for teams needing a quarterback for the future (Kansas City).

Offensive Tackle Heavy: Every team seems to love offensive lineman in the first round of the NFL Draft. Both Michael Oher and Andre Smith look like for sure top ten picks.

Where’s Tebow: As a Florida fan I had a tough time doing it but I removed Tebow, Percy Harvin, and even linebacker Brandon Spikes from the first round of this draft. All three could easily go in round one but at this point I don’t see it for any of them. Spikes has been fantastic and will still probably go in round one but I just didn’t find a spot for him this time around.

Without further adu, here’s the latest NFL Mock Draft:

1 St. Louis RamsOT Michael Oher
Ole Miss
Easily the best player in the entire draft class, Oher will be a great selection for any team.
2Detroit LionsLB Ray Mauluaga
The best pure player in the draft this year. The Lions would absolutely love to have him.
3Cincinnati BengalsOT Andre Smith
Andre Smith has been a force since he went to Tuscaloosa, and he will be great in the NFL also.
4Houston TexansCB Malcolm Jenkins
Ohio State
Jenkins would be the shut down corner Houston needs. Playing Peyton Manning twice a year is tough.
5Oakland RaidersLB James Laurinaitis
Ohio State
Al Davis likes defense and he takes the Ohio State star here, hoping he can anchor a struggling team.
6Kansas City ChiefsQB Matthew Stafford*
Everyone knows the Chiefs need a quarterback, why not the young Georgia signal caller?
7Cleveland BrownsDE Michael Johnson
Georgia Tech
Johnson would be a great pass rusher in the AFC North, with Big Ben and Caron Palmer in their prime.
8Seattle SeahawksWR Derrius Heyward Bey
Heyward Bey has actually passed Michael Crabtree (for now) as the top receiver in this class.
9San Francisco 49ersDE Tyson Jackson
Jackson would help a 49ers defensivee line that needs some help up front.
10Philadelphia EaglesOT Eugene Monroe
Monroe is quickly becoming one of the top prospects in this draft. He would be a steal right here.
11New Orleans SaintsDE Brian Orakpo
Here’s another guy flying up the draft sheets right now. Orakpo would be a top 20 pick right now.
12Minnesota VikingsQB Mark Sanchez
What Sanchez this high? Call this a hunch. I’ve seen the guy play and I think he will be a NFL QB.
13Green Bay PackersCB Vontae Davis*
Davis is easily the top cornerback prospect int he draft. Green Bay would love to draft him at #13.
14San Diego ChargersWR Michael Crabtree*
Texas Tech
As you all know by now I love this guy. I think Crabtree is a can’t miss prospect.
15Jacksonville JaguarsS William Moore
Moore would help sure up the secondary. He’s a great playmaker and would add scary speed to the D.
16Indianapolis ColtsLB Brian Cushing
The Colts have got to find a way to stop the run, and Cushing would definitely help in that area.
17Miami DolphinsDE George Selvie
South Florida
Selvie is everywhere on draft boards but he’d be a great replacement for Jason Taylor.
18Baltimore RavensCB Darius Butler
The Ravens really need help on offense but with no wide receivers available here they help their great D.
19Atlanta FalconsCB Alphonso Smith
Wake Forest
Want to know how good of a cornerback Smith is? He likely saved the game for WF against Clemson.
20Tampa Bay BuccaneersDT Terrence Cody*
Cody has risen up draft boards faster than anybody. He’s huge and would be a great first day starter.
21Arizona CardinalsRB Javon Ringer
Michigan State
Ringer is the hard nosed runner than Arizona has lacked for years. I’d love this selection.
22New York JetsLB Aaron Curry
Wake Forest
Curry would be the aggressive playmaker that the Jets lack on defense.
23Philadelphia Eagles
(Via trade with Carolina)
DT Terrence Taylor
The Eagles like taking lineman in the first two rounds, and Taylor is a big force on the D line.
24Buffalo BillsS Taylor Mays*
Mays is my favorite safety in this entire draft because of his size.
25Denver BroncosS Patrick Chung
Chung is one of the top rated safeties in this entire draft. He will go middle first to late second.
26Dallas CowboysWR Jeremy Maclin*
Maclin would be a speedster (sort of like DeSean Jackson) and would make TO even more open.
27Pittsburgh SteelersCB Mike Mickens
Mickens can shut down big receivers and would be a great late round pick.
28Chicago BearsOT Ciron Black
The one thing this draft has is a lot of great offensive tackles. Black is one of them.
29Washington RedskinsDE Greg Hardy
Ole Miss
Now that Hardy is back the Ole Miss front line is dominant again. He’d be a great replacement for Taylor.
30New England PatriotsCB Victor Harris
Virginia Tech
For some reason the Patriots secondary/defense isn’t playing well this year. Harris would add athleticism.
31New York GiantsLB Darry Beckwith
The Giants would really like to sure up their D-line, but this is a best available pick.
32Tennessee TitansWR Brian Robiskie
Ohio State
The Titans need a young receiver and Robiskie sort of fits the Titans mold.