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Tuesday, April 23, 2013

Two Days Away: Updated First Round 2013 NFL Mock Drafts

Our good friend Patrick Woo, the Sports Director for Penn State's ComRadio (PSU's student-run radio station), submitted us his first round mock draft last week. We posted it, but since then he has made some adjustments to it.

In addition, we have come up with our own mock draft for Thursday evening's first round. With less than two days until commissioner Roger Goodell gets the draft underway at Radio City Music Hall in NYC, here is how we––and Patrick––think the first round will unfold.

Note: All-Out Blitz's picks are in bold, and Patrick's are in italics.

2013 NFL Mock Draft: 1st Round

1. Kansas City Chiefs

All-Out Blitz: Luke Joeckel, Texas A&M OT
Patrick Woo: Luke Joeckel, Texas A&M OT

2. Jacksonville Jaguars

AOB: Sharrif Floyd, Florida DT
Woo: Dion Jordan, Oregon OLB

3. Oakland Raiders

AOB: Eric Fisher, Central Michigan OT
Woo: Eric Fisher, Central Michigan OT

4. Philadelphia Eagles

AOB: Geno Smith, West Virginia QB
Woo: Star Lotulelei, Utah DT
5. Detroit Lions

AOB: Lane Johnson, Oklahoma OT
Woo: Ziggy Ansah, BYU DE

6. Cleveland Browns

AOB: Dee Milliner, Alabama CB
Woo: Dee Milliner, Alabama CB

7. Arizona Cardinals

AOB: Chance Warmack, Alabama G
Woo: Jarvis Jones, Georgia OLB

8. Buffalo Bills

AOB: Star Lotulelei, Utah DT
Woo: Ryan Nassib, Syracuse QB

9. New York Jets

AOB: Barkevious Mingo, LSU OLB
Woo: Tavon Austin, West Virginia WR

10. Tennessee Titans

AOB: Johnathan Cooper, North Carolina G
Woo: Sharrif Floyd, Florida DT
11. San Diego Chargers

AOB: Bjoern Werner, Florida State DE
Woo: Lane Johnson, Oklahoma OT

12. Miami Dolphins

AOB: Sheldon Richardson, Missouri DT
Woo: Chance Warmack, Alabama G

13. New York Jets (from Bucs)

AOB: Johnthan Banks, Mississippi State CB
Woo: Barkevious Mingo, LSU OLB

14. Carolina Panthers

AOB: Kenny Vaccaro, Texas S
Woo: Sheldon Richardson, Missouri DT

15. New Orleans Saints

AOB; Dion Jordan, Oregon OLB
Woo: Kenny Vaccaro, Texas S
16. St. Louis Rams

AOB: Cordarrelle Patterson, Tennessee WR
Woo: Jonathan Cooper, North Carolina G

17. Pittsburgh Steelers

AOB: Jarvis Jones, Georgia OLB
Woo: Cordarrelle Patterson, Tennessee WR

18. Dallas Cowboys

AOB: Johnathan Hankins, Ohio State DT
Woo: Sylvester Williams, North Carolina DT

19. New York Giants

AOB: Ziggy Ansah, BYU DE
Woo: Bjoern Werner, Florida State DE

20. Chicago Bears

AOB: D.J. Fluker, Alabama OT
Woo: Arthur Brown, Kansas State LB

21. Cincinnati Bengals

AOB: Matt Elam, Florida S
Woo: D.J. Fluker, Alabama OT
22. St. Louis Rams (from Skins)

AOB: Alec Ogletree, Georgia LB
Woo: Matt Elam, Florida S

23. Minnesota Vikings

AOB: Tavon Austin, West Virginia WR
Woo: Justin Hunter, Tennessee WR

24. Indianapolis Colts

AOB: Datone Jones, UCLA DE
Woo: Tank Carradine, Florida State DE

25. Minnesota Vikings (from Seahawks)

AOB: Xavier Rhodes, Florida State CB
Woo: Manti Te'o, Notre Dame ILB

26. Green Bay Packers

AOB: Eddie Lacy, Alabama RB
Woo: Jonathan Cyprien, FIU S

27. Houston Texans

AOB: DeAndre Hopkins, Clemson WR
Woo: Menelik Watson, Florida State OT
28. Denver Broncos

AOB: Alex Okafor, Texas DE
Woo: Datone Jones, UCLA DE

29. New England Patriots

AOB: Keenan Allen, Cal WR
Woo: Margus Hunt, SMU DE

30. Atlanta Falcons

AOB: Damontre Moore, Texas A&M DE
Woo: Jamar Taylor, Boise State CB

31. San Francisco 49ers

AOB: Sylvester Williams, North Carolina DT
Woo: Darius Slay, Mississippi State CB

32. Baltimore Ravens

AOB: Manti Te'o, Notre Dame LB
Woo: Alec Ogletree, Georgia LB

First Round Breakdown:

All-Out Blitz's Mock

QB: 1
RB: 1
WR: 4
TE: 0
OT: 4
G: 2
C: 0
DT: 5
DE: 5
LB: 5
CB: 3
S: 2

Patrick Woo's Mock

QB: 1
RB: 0
WR: 3
TE: 0
OT: 5
G: 2
C: 0
DT: 4
DE: 5
LB: 6
CB: 3
S: 3

Aside from the three picks that were identical (No. 1, No. 3 and No. 6), our mock has some pretty big differences in comparison to Patrick's. We believe that the Eagles will select Smith No. 4, rather than picking a replacement for Nnamdi Asomugha with Alabama's CB Dee Milliner. This is likely Michael Vick's last season with the team, and Smith's playing style fits new head coach Chip Kelly's offensive scheme.

Woo has Nassib as his top quarterback with Smith not even being taken in the first round, just like his previous mock.

Patrick has a huge college football background and is more knowledgable within the college game than we are at the All-Out Blitz, so we trust his judgement with Smith. We just don't see him falling quite as far as others feel that he will slide on Thursday night.

Any thoughts on our mocks? Let us know what you think in the comments section!

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