For your viewing pleasure, TFYDraft makes its first attempt to mock the draft system. Scout Brent Sobleski takes a peak at the first one hundred selections and what might be as the NFL season is now a fourth over.

Round 1

#

Team

Selection

Position/College

1

St. Louis

Jimmy Clausen*

QB/Notre Dame

Analysis: St. Louis accumulated a mere 82 total passing yards this past weekend. Bulger is done. Boller will never be “the” guy. Clausen has performed at a higher level than another other quarterback in the nation this season and can clearly make the necessary NFL throws even while struggling through a case of turf toe.

2

Cleveland

Gerald McCoy*

DT/Oklahoma

Analysis: The Browns have finished 27th or worse in total defense every year since 2006. They have been the worst team statistically on this side of the ball all throughout last season and into this season. This unit desperately needs playmakers on that side of the ball, and McCoy is an elite disruptive force. He is arguably the best overall player in this entire draft class.

3

Tampa Bay

Dez Bryant*

WR/Oklahoma State

Analysis: When investing in a franchise quarterback, as the Buccaneers did recently drafting Josh Freeman, a team needs to add talented pieces around said player in order to succeed. Dez Bryant is a monster target and a major threat to opposing defenses.

4

Kansas City

Eric Berry*

S/Tennessee

Analysis: General Manager Scott Pioli will likely be a position he was never in while working for the New England Patriots…drafting top five two years in a row. While the Chiefs already have two solid young safeties in place, a football player the caliber of Berry is too enticing to pass. Berry can potentially have the same type of impact on a defense as a Troy Polamalu or Ed Reed.

5

Tennessee

Jake Locker*

QB/Washington

Analysis: A lot could change within this franchise if current trends do not turn around quickly. This team needs a playmaker under center after the Vince Young debacle and Kerry Collins’ play dropping off precipitously. Locker has the best pure physical tools among the potential quarterback prospects.

6

San Francisco (from Carolina)

Ndamukong Suh

DT/Nebraska

Analysis: The Niners will enjoy their shrewd 2009 draft day trade by acquiring a legitimate 5 technique to bulk up an already improving defensive squad. Coach Singletary will also enjoy a player of Suh’s talent coupled with this prospect’s hustle and intelligence.

7

Detroit

Anthony Davis*

OT/Rutgers

Analysis: Veteran left tackle Jeff Backus has played slightly better than expected under a new coaching regime, but he can obviously be upgraded. The trenches were the one area this team failed to address effectively entering this season and will quickly do so with the most talented left tackle available.

8

Oakland

Sergio Kindle

DE/Texas

Analysis: Many are wondering when owner Al Davis will give up on their quarterback. While he decides, the team can add more speed and athleticism off the edge with Kindle to accentuate good play by Richard Seymour and its young linebacking corps.

9

Buffalo

Russell Okung

OT/Oklahoma State

Analysis: Although very young along their offensive line already, Buffalo would be hard pressed to pass on a potential franchise blindside protector in Okung. Especially when considering they cut their would be starter at left tackle just prior to the beginning of the regular season and are currently very thin at the position in general.

10

Seattle

Sam Bradford*

QB/Oklahoma

Analysis: Team leader and stalwart quarterback Matt Hasselbeck is still a solid player, but has now been injury plagued for two seasons. With two picks in the first round, this team has the opportunity to land a top quarterback prospect to groom for a year or two behind a hopefully healthy Hasselbeck while addressing other needs later.

11

Miami

Terrence Cody

NT/Alabama

12

Arizona

Trent Williams

OT/Oklahoma

13

Washington

Brandon Spikes

LB/Florida

14

San Diego

Rolando McClain*

LB/Alabama

15

Houston

Major Wright*

S/Florida

16

Pittsburgh

Brandon LaFell

WR/LSU

17

Green Bay

Gabe Carimi*

OT/Wisconsin

18

Jacksonville

Cameron Heyward*

DE/Ohio State

19

Dallas

Taylor Mays

S/USC

20

Atlanta

Trevard Lindley

CB/Kentucky

21

Philadelphia

Carlos Dunlap*

DE/Florida

22

Cincinnati

C.J. Spiller

RB/Clemson

23

New England

Jerry Hughes

LB/TCU

24

New York Jets

Damien Williams*

WR/USC

25

Denver (from Chicago)

Tony Pike

QB/Cincinnati

26

San Francisco

Donovan Warren*

CB/Michigan

27

Minnesota

Brandon Graham

DE/Michigan

28

New York Giants

Joe Haden*

CB/Florida

29

Baltimore

Greg Hardy

DE/Mississippi

30

Indianapolis

Jared Odrick

DT/Penn State

31

Seattle (from Denver)

Sam Young

OT/Notre Dame

32

New Orleans

Sean Weatherspoon

LB/Missouri

Round 2

#

Team

Selection

Position/College

33

St. Louis

Eric Norwood

LB/South Carolina

34

Cleveland

Colt McCoy

QB/Texas

35

Tampa Bay

Ricky Sapp

DE/Clemson

36

Kansas City

Mike Iupati

OG/Idaho

37

New England (from Tennessee)

Jermaine Gresham

TE/Oklahoma

38

Carolina

Arthur Jones

DT/Syracuse

39

Detroit

Marshawn Gilyard

WR/Cincinnati

40

Oakland

Tim Tebow

QB/Florida

41

Buffalo

D’Anthony Smith

DT/Louisiana Tech

42

Seattle

Charles Scott

RB/LSU

43

Arizona

Brandon Lang

DE/Troy

44

Miami

Corey Wootton

DE/Northwestern

45

Washington

Charles Brown

OT/USC

46

San Diego

Tyson Alualu

DE/California

47

Houston

Patrick Robinson

CB/Florida State

48

Pittsburgh

Tony Washington

OT/Abilene Christian

49

Green Bay

Syd’Quan Thompson

CB/California

50

New England (from Jacksonville)

Rodderick Muckleroy

LB/Texas

51

Dallas

Eric Decker

WR/Minnesota

52

Atlanta

Geno Atkins

DT/Georgia

53

Philadelphia

Ed Dickson

TE/Oregon

54

Cincinnati

T.J. Ward

S/Oregon

55

New England

Toby Gerhart

RB/Stanford

56

New York Jets

Brandon Deaderick

DE/Alabama

57

Chicago

Mike Williams

WR/Syracuse

58

San Francisco

Selvish Capers

OT/West Virginia

59

Minnesota

Jacoby Ford

WR/Clemson

60

New York Giants

Sean Lee

LB/Penn State

61

Baltimore

Ted Larsen

C/North Carolina State

62

Indianapolis

Garrett Graham

TE/Wisconsin

63

Denver

Vince Oghabaase

DT/Duke

64

New Orleans

Darrell Stuckey

S/Kansas

Round 3

#

Team

Selection

Position/College

65

St. Louis

Akwa Owusa-Ansah

CB/Indiana(PA)

66

Cleveland

Mike Johnson

OG/Alabama

67

Tampa Bay

Kyle Wilson

CB/Boise State

68

Kansas City

Jermaine Cunningham

DE/Florida

69

Tennessee

Javier Arenas

CB/Alabama

70

Carolina

Jeremy Williams

WR/Tulane

71

Detroit

Jeff Owens

DT/Georgia

72

Oakland

Jason Fox

OT/Miami

73

Buffalo

George Selvie

DE/South Florida

74

Philadelphia (from Seattle)

Mike McLaughlin

LB/Boston College

75

Arizona

Dennis Pitta

TE/BYU

76

Miami

Kam Chancellor

S/Virginia Tech

77

Washington

*Pick Forfeited*

(supplemental draft selection)

78

San Diego

Keiland Williams

RB/LSU

79

Houston

Anthony Dixon

RB/Mississippi State

80

Pittsburgh

Ekom Udofia

NT/Stanford

81

Green Bay

Matt Tennant

C/Boston College

82

Jacksonville

Jordan Shipley

WR/Texas

83

Dallas

Ciron Black

OT/LSU

84

Atlanta

Anthony McCoy

TE/USC

85

Philadelphia

Nate Allen

S/South Florida

86

Cincinnati

Boo Robinson

DT/Wake Forest

87

Oakland (from New England)

Walter Thurmond III

CB/Oregon

88

Cleveland (from New York Jets)

Michael Hoomanawanuii

TE/Illinois

89

Chicago

Rico McCoy

LB/Tennessee

90

San Francisco

Jarrett Brown

QB/West Virginia

91

Minnesota

Tim Hiller

QB/Western Michigan

92

New York Giants

Shawn Lauvao

OT/Arizona State

93

Baltimore

Brandon Ghee

CB/Wake Forest

94

Indianapolis

Zane Beadles

OT/Utah

95

Denver

Micah Johnson

LB/Kentucky

96

New Orleans

Auston English

DE/Oklahoma

Round 4

97

St. Louis

Chris McGaha

WR/Arizona State

98

Cleveland

Willie Young

DE/North Carolina State

99

Tampa Bay

Adam Ulatoski

OT/Texas

100

Kansas City

Javarris James

RB/Miami

* – Denotes Underclassmen (excluded past the opening round)

– Draft order is based off current standings with point differential separating like records