This is the time of year where a lot of NFL fan plays the role of GM and creates their own draft inserting players with teams that sometimes are very thought out, sometimes very team-centric but always speculation.
That being said, after following the league for a quite a while and noticing team's tendencies, I think I'm better than most in predicting what will happen in April. Thus, this is the "true" mock draft as of right now; things are always fluid, so things can change and always remember - this pure science entertainment - no wagering allowed.
With the recent supposed trade of Alex Smith to KC, Druckenmiller follows Montana, Grbac and Bono as former Niners looking to find the best BBQ sauce in the country. They were also looking for the biggest payday.
2. Jacksonville Jaquars. Jarvis Jones OLB Georgia
Jones has spinal stenosis, which is a narrowing of the vertabrae cord. Jags figure they already have Blaine Gabbert - who has no spine- so he should fit right in.
3. Oakland Raiders. Onterrio McCalebb RB Auburn
Hey, it's the Raiders, and like what Al Davis would say, "Speed Kills" and the guy ran a what, sub 4.3 40?... but, of course, Davis doesn't say too much these days.
4. Oakland Raiders (in trade with Philadelphia Eagles). Marquise Goodwin WR Texas
Hey, the guy ran a sub 4.3 40.
5. Detroit Lions. Alec Ogletree ILB Georgia
DUI, Drug problems? Will fit right in with Lions defense. Have to watch for Cowboys trade up possibility, though. They like players that have blood -alcohol levels consistent with 40 times.
6. Cleveland Browns. Leon Sandcastle
7. Your Arizona Cardinals. Matt Barkley QB USC
Barkley said he's used Matt Leinart's hot tub and where else are you going to find more failed Trojans than there?
8. Buffalo Bills. Ryan Nassib
Kinda serious here, Bills just re-signed Tavaris Jackson and have a 6 year 59 million horsecollar over their throat with Ryan Fitzpatrick. Nassib played for first year coach Doug Marrone at Syracuse. Kicker is former 'Cuse Donovan McNabb will be backup, provided he doesn't choke on his own vomit.
9. New York Jets. Mantei Te'o
The "news capital of the world" needs a replacement for the biggest non-story of the league when Tim Tebow is released. Te'o does just that, plus brings along imaginary girlfriend named "Harvey". In a twist, not really a rabbit - just someone who really like Trix cereal.
10. Tennessee Titans. The kid from the Play 60 commercial
Jake Locker isn't going to cut it, that's evident. The youngster that challenged Cam Newton in the ad has potential, he'll even tell that. He's going to make the Titans forget about Jake Locker.
He just warming his arm up.