1) St. Louis Rams
Ndamukong Suh, DT, Nebraska
Reach for a quarterback or take the top defensive lineman in the class? Tough call, but we think the Rams should take Suh. Anyone who saw the Big 12 championship game knows what kind of effect the explosive Suh can have on a game. He is a disruptive run defender with the arm strength to toss aside blockers and the quickness to make plays behind the line of scrimmage. Although he isn't the most polished pass-rusher, he clearly has great potential in this area.
2) Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Eric Berry*, S, Tennessee
The Bucs might be hesitant to take a safety with the second overall selection, but we believe he's the premier prospect in the 2010 class. Much like the Baltimore Ravens' All-ProEd Reed, Berry is a game-changer with exceptional versatility.
3) Cleveland Browns
Derrick Morgan*, DE, Georgia Tech
Morgan can anchor at the point of attack, make plays in pursuit, get to the quarterback coming off the edge and drop into coverage. That type of versatility would be a nice addition to a Browns defensive front seven that lacks difference-makers.
4) Detroit Lions
Gerald McCoy*, DT, Oklahoma
The Lions are in dire need of a difference-maker along the defensive front, and McCoy is the prototypical 3-technique with the quick first step and power to make a living in opposing backfields.http://insider.espn.go.com/nfl/draft10/insider/news/story?id=4730972
I don't know what the rule is on insider articles, so im only posting the first few picks, but according to this mock draft and every other out there, we are picking 2nd. I know our rush Def is horrible, but can we really complain about picking Eric Berry?