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NFL Mock Draft 3-6

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With the NFL Scouting Combine over Pewter Report issues its fifth mock draft of the year. Who is projected to go number one overall? Who will the Buccaneers take with the third overall pick? Who will Tampa Bay take with its two second-round picks? Find out here.
With the NFL Scouting Combine over Pewter Report provides the fifth NFL mock draft of the year. As promised, the length of the mock draft has expanded beyond the first round. Pewter Report will continue to update the mock draft as the draft season moves into the pro-days and team visits. The deadline for the underclassmen to declare for the NFL draft has expired, so the draft eligible players are set. The early entries are marked with a *.

1. St. Louis- Oklahoma QB Sam Bradford *
The Rams have to address their quarterback situation.

2. Detroit- Nebraska DT Ndamukong Suh
They could take Russell Okung after the Corey Williams trade, too early to say.

3. Tampa Bay- Oklahoma DT Gerald McCoy *
Get the analysis here.

4. Washington- Oklahoma State OT Russell Okung
With Chris Samuels at the end of the line Shanahan needs a left tackle.

5. Kansas City- Iowa OT Bryan Bulaga *
Scott Pioli has ties to Kirk Ferentz at Iowa. Bulaga fills a big hole.

6. Seattle- Notre Dame QB Jimmy Clausen *
Pete Carroll is familiar with Clausen and needs a quarterback.

7. Cleveland- Florida CB Joe Haden *
The Browns have a big need in the secondary. The combine is overrated.

8. Oakland- Maryland OT Bruce Campbell *
The Raiders love workout warriors.

9. Buffalo- Rutgers OT Anthony Davis *
The Bills have holes at RT and LT, Davis fills one of them.

10. Jacksonville- South Florida DE Jason Pierre-Paul *
The Jags have a serious need for a speed rusher.

11. Denver (from Chicago)- Oklahoma State WR Dez Bryant *

Could the Broncos trade one problem child receiver for another?

12. Miami- Alabama LB Rolando McClain *
Bill Parcells is prone to drafting linebackers and they need a few LBs.

13. San Francisco- Tennessee S Eric Berry *
If Berry gets out of the top seven he could fall quite a ways down.

14. Seattle (from Denver)- Clemson RB C.J. Spiller
Pete Carroll valued and used a big-play running back at USC.

15. New York Giants- UCLA DT Brian Price*
They like drafting for the trenches, and they have a big need at DT.

16. Tennessee- Boise State CB Kyle Wilson
The Titans need a starter opposite Cortland Finnegan.

17. San Francisco(from Carolina)- Oklahoma OT Trent Williams
San Fran lands the top right tackle in the draft.

18. Pittsburgh- Texas S Earl Thomas *
Ryan Clark could leave, and Troy Polamalu's injuries have hurt them a lot.

19. Atlanta- Georgia Tech DE Derrick Morgan *
John Abraham suddenly got old. Jamaal Anderson is a huge bust.

20. Houston- USC S Taylor Mays
The Texans did well with Trojans player last year with Brian Cushing.

21. Cincinnati- Oklahoma TE Jermaine Gresham *
The Bengals need a passing weapon for Carson Palmer.

22. New England- Texas OLB Sergio Kindle
The Patriots need an edge rusher. Kindle is a good fit.

23. Green Bay- Idaho G Mike Iupati
The Packers offensive line was a weakness in 2009.

24. Philadelphia- Michigan DE Brandon Graham
The Eagles need an up grade at end, and Graham is great value.

25. Baltimore- Notre Dame WR Golden Tate *
A fast downfield WR opposite Anquan Boldin for the big-armed Joe Flacco.

26. Arizona- Missouri LB Sean Weatherspoon
The Cardinals let Karlos Dansby leave, and that leaves a big hole.

27. Dallas- Tennessee DT Dan Williams
Jerry Jones likes drafting defense, and Marcus Spears could leave.

28. San Diego- Fresno State RB Ryan Mathews *
The Chargers are looking for a replacement for LT, maybe Sproles.

29. New York- Illinois WR Arrelious Benn *
The Jets could use another target for Mark Sanchez.

30. Minnesota- Oklahoma State CB Perrish Cox
Cedric Griffin's torn ACL in the playoffs is a big hole.

31. Indianapolis- Florida G/C Maurkice Pouncey *
The Colts could use a stouter offensive line.

32. New Orleans- Florida DE Carlos Dunlap *
The Saints could use some help at end and Charles Grant was cut.

SECOND ROUND
33. St. Louis- LSU WR Brandon LaFell
The Rams need more weapons for Sam Bradford to work with.

34. Detroit- USC OT Charles Brown
The Lions could use a young offensive tackle to protect Stafford.

35. Tampa Bay- TCU DE/OLB Jerry Hughes
Get the analysis here.

36. Kansas City- LSU S Chad Jones *
The Chiefs land a good safety after passing on Berry.

37. Washington- Texas QB Colt McCoy
The Redskins get a their quarterback in round two.

38. Cleveland Browns- South Florida S Nate Allen
The Browns continue to re-make their pass defense.

39. Oakland- USC DE Everson Griffen *
They could use an edge rusher. He fits the athletic profile.

40. Seattle- USC WR Damien Williams *
A trouble position for the Seahawks gets addressed again.

41. Buffalo- TCU LB Daryl Washington
The Bills could use another linebacker now that they are a 3-4 defense.

42. Tampa Bay (from Chicago)- Georgia Tech WR Demaryius Thomas *
Get the analysis here.

43. Miami - Clemson OLB Ricky Sapp
Overrated, but they need an OLB to replace Joey Porter and Jason Taylor.

44. New England (from Jaguars)- Georgia Tech RB Jonathan Dwyer *
A great value pick here. Dwyer is underrated, and will help Brady.

45. Denver Broncos- Penn State DT Jared Odrick
He will be a five technique DE in the Broncos 3-4 scheme.

46. New York Giants- Georgia Tech S Morgan Burnett *
They signed Antrel Rolle, but could use another.

47. Carolina Panthers- Northwestern DT Corey Wootton
Losing Peppers hurts. Wootton provides a big body to replace him.

48. New England (from Tennessee)- Florida TE Aaron Hernandez *
Ben Watson is a goner, and Hernandez will fit in well with the offense.

49. San Francisco- Rutgers CB Devin McCourty
A strong senior bowl helped his draft stock a lot.

50. Houston- Cal DT Tyson Alualu
The Texans could use this high motor defensive tackle.

51. Kansas City (from Atlanta)- North Carolina DT Cam Thomas
He is a good fit for 3-4 teams. Could play nose tackle in their scheme.

52. Pittsburgh- Indiana G/T Rodger Saffold
The Steelers line needs help and Saffold is versatile.

53. New England- Florida LB Brandon Spikes
A great fit as a 3-4 ILB, and he can be an edge rusher on third down.

54. Cincinnati- Cincinnati WR Mardy Gilyard
They need another wide out, and supposedly like the local kid.

55. Philadelphia- Florida State CB Patrick Robinson
The Eagles need some help at cornerback.

56. Green Bay- Wake Forest CB Brandon Ghee
They have a need at corner. Charles Woodson and Al Harris are old.

57. Baltimore- Arizona TE Rob Gronkowski *
He fits in the Todd Heap mold. Heap has dealt with injuries.

58. Arizona-South Carolina OLB Eric Norwood
The Cardinals could use another pass rusher.

59. Dallas- Illinois G Jon Asamoah
The Cowboys could use a young powerful blocker.

60. San Diego- Alabama DT Terrence Cody
The Chargers need help up front. Cody is a good fit as a nose tackle.

61. New York Jets- Stanford RB Toby Gerhart
A surprise pick, but Thomas Jones was let go and they need depth.

62. Minnesota- Cal RB Javhid Best *
Chester Taylor is gone, and Best is a good replacement.

63. Indianapolis- Texas DT Lamarr Houston
The Colts need help in the interior of their defensive line.

64. New Orleans- Penn State OLB Navarro Bowman *
The Saints could be losing OLB Scott Fujita in free agency.

For some great mock drafts check out WalterFootball.com. They have weekly mock drafts from writers Walter Cherepinsky and Matt McGuire. Another great site is Scott Wright's DraftCountdown.com. They have a plethora of draft information that is worth checking out. Here is a mock draft database worth checking out: NFL Mock Draft Database.
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