(Way early) 2011 NFL Mock Draft
The top of the 2011 first round could hinge on whether Stanford quarterback
The former Michigan quarterback has the most NFL-desirable skills in this deep QB class.
2010 belonged to the defensive tackles. The pass-rushers will take their turn this year, and Bowers is the scariest of the group. However, Bowers needs to be a bit more consistent in 2010.
Some see Quinn as the second-coming of
The Lions would want to shore up their offensive line here, but this draft might not have the premier left tackle they'd want this high.
The Pats will need more offensive playmakers with
Jones may not have 4.4 40 speed, but neither did
Played big against tough competition last season and has enough athleticism for Nebraska to consider working him into the offense in the coming season.
Carimia wasn't overwhelming last year, but could rise to the top of an underwhelming class of potential left tackles.
The knock on Gabbert will be the Missouri system that helped
The Jags didn't bite on
Dareus got a lot of attention for knocking
No guarantee current GM
Sometimes overshadowed by other stars in the Texas secondary, Williams will step into the spotlight this season.
Costanzo could prove to be better than Carimi and shoot into the top 10.
Despite trading to get
Eagles faithful are nervous about starting cornerback
The former quarterback led the Big 12 in rushing with 1,265 yards and is still learning the position.
The Giants once-dependable offensive line started showing holes in 2009.
Jones is a tackling machine who surprised a lot of people by returning to Michigan State.
McDaniel had eight interceptions last season and provides a physical presence against the run.
Romeus was a basketball player who didn't pick up the sport until his senior year of high school. If he reaches double digits in sacks this season, he should be a first-rounder.
Miller could fit here as the Packers try to land another outside linebacker to complement
Moore led the nation with 10 interceptions last season and helps fill a big need for the Texans.
Crick had five sacks in one game last season. He'll prove he can perform without having
Although he has a different style, the 2009 Heisman winner could help lighten the load on
Clayborn ran into some off-field issues, but the Jets have shown they're not afraid of that kind of risk.
The Chargers don't appear to have many holes right now, but could add depth to the receiving corps.
Is it possible we'll still be debating whether
Bailey considered going pro this year, but will return to lead a unit that isn't producing as many sure-fire first-rounders as it used to.
The Cowboys will likely have to focus on a long-term answer at left tackle.
Another talented defensive back in a program that's been churning them out.
The Saints don't seem settled at this position, and Murray could provide a long-term answer.