Ultimate Mock (Picks 12 – 22)

. Kansas City Chiefs (Lomas)- David Decastro OG Stanford
The Chiefs love building from the inside out and Decastro could make this OL one of the best young groups in the NFL. I fully believe that Decastro is a rare talent and that he can be a pro bowler at least nine of the next twelve years.

12. Seattle Seahawks (Lups) – Ryan Tannehill QB, Texas A&M
The Seahawks are reportedly very interested and Tannehill and have to be surprised to see still on the board at pick 12.  He can sit a year as the Seahawks find out whether or not Matt Flynn is starting material and then could either take over in year two or be dealt for picks.

13. Arizona cardinals (Onebar) – Cordy Glenn T/G, Georgia
Glenn is the best overall lineman still on the board, very versatile lineman who would be a great fit for the Cards offensive line.

14. Dallas Cowboys (Lomas)- Mark Barron S Alabama
Dallas needed to upgrade at every DB spot for them to have a chance to play well in Rob Ryan’s scheme. Well with CB Brandon Carr and Mark Barron, the Cowboys are halfway there. Barron can blitz and cover effectively in deep zones, but his man-to-man skills are sub par, keeping him from being an elite safety in my opinion.

15. Philadelphia Eagles (Lups) – Fletcher Cox DT, Mississippi St.
The Eagles love drafting defnsive tackles and God knows they need them as they have been very bad against the run.  There are rumblings that the Eagles love Cox so much they may be willing to move up and get him.

16. New York Jets (Onebar) – Courtney Upshaw LB, Alabama
Think the Jets go with the best overall defender on the board. Upshaw is a complete linebacker who can add a more consistent pass rush.

17. Cincinnati Bengals (from Raiders) (Lomas)- Dre Kirkpatrick CB/S
Kirkpatrick has the unique skillset to add talent and depth to either defensive back spot. He is aggressive in man coverage and is rangy enough to play in a zone. The Bengals had a stellar defense in the early part of 2011 but injuries to the defensive backs really hurt them. Kirkpatrick can easily be a multidimensional threat for Cincinnati over the next 5-7 years.

18.San Diego Chargers (Lups) – Shea McClellin OLB, Boise St.
The Chargers make a surprise pick here that sends shockwaves through the world.  They need a pass rusher and McClellin’s stock is shooting upwards as of late, so maybe its not that far fetched after all.

19. Chicago Bears (Onebar) – Stephon Gilmore CB, South Carolina
The Bears need to bulk up their secondary playing in the same division with the Packers and Lions scary passing game.

20. Tennessee Titans (Lomas)- Peter Konz C/G Wisconsin
Peter Konz is the star of this year’s center class and is the only quality starter available. The Titans have a huge need at center and right guard, and this pick up would allow them to choose which horrible interior lineman they should replace Harris or Amano. CJ will have more yards, the QB will have more time to find targets, and the young defense will have more time to rest. I believe that is a win-win-win scenario.

21. Cincinnati Bengals (Lups) – Kendall Wright WR, Baylor
The Bengals couldn’t land a guard here so instead grab a wide receiver to pair with AJ Green.   Wright is a very speedy player who can run every route and will make this young offense downright explosive.

22. Cleveland Browns (Onebar) – Jonathan Martin OT, Stanford
Martin would give the Browns one of the best young offensive lines in the league. Martin is a guy who could go anywere from 12-30.

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