2010 NFL Mock Draft Value Board

1. Ndamukong Suh DT, Nebraska– Simply said about his senior year: Dominant.
2. Gerald McCoy DT, Oklahoma– High motor tackle can play in either 3-4 or 4-3.
3. Eric Berry S, Tennessee– Drawing comparisons to Ed Reed.
4. Jimmy Clausen QB, Notre Dame– Out of pro-style offense, but a franchise QB?
5. Sam Bradford QB, Oklahoma– Deadly accurate, but how will shoulder work out?
6. Joe Haden CB, Florida– Top CB, has speed and can be left on an island.
7. Rolando McClain LB, Alabama– Butkus Award winner, intelligent and vocal leader for a defense.
8. Russell Okung OT, Oklahoma State– Just about everything you look for in franchise tackle.
9. Dez Bryant WR, Oklahoma State– Have heard rumblings that he’s as good as Crabtree, can make every catch.
10. Derrick Morgan DE, Georgia Tech– Highly productive and athletic, good against run and pass.
11. CJ Spiller RB, Clemson– Speedy back, great return skills, but may need to be in a 2 back backfield.
12. Jason Pierre-Paul DE, USF– Loads of potential, super athletic, and rushes passer very well.
13. Earl Thomas S, Texas– A little undersized, but great in coverage and against the run.
14. Anthony Davis OT, Rutgers– An elite run blocker, great size, average pass protector.
15. Damian Williams WR, USC– Great route runner and great hands, not many weaknesses in his game.
16. Carlos Dunlap DE, Florida– Character and work ethic issues drop him down, but he’s a producer from DE.
17. Bruce Campbell OT, Maryland– Some injury concerns, great pass blocker, but average run blocker.
18. Everson Griffen DE, USC– Is raw, but has experience as a rush linebacker and defensive end.
19. Dan Williams DT, Tennessee– Like Robert Ayers last year, this Vol greatly improved his stock and could ride it to a 1st round selection.
20. Mike Iupati OG, Idaho– Had a strong showing at the Senior Bowl as well, but had already solidified himself as a top 25 best overall prospect.
21. Bryan Bulaga OT, Iowa– The Big 10 Offensive Lineman of the Year is a great pass blocker and has prototypical size for a franchise left tackle.
22. Sean Weatherspoon OLB, Missouri– Has the skills to be a top LB in the NFL, players rallied around him at Senior Bowl.
23. Brandon Graham DE/OLB, Michigan– Tremendous showing at Senior Bowl; in mold of Lamarr Woodley
24. Jermaine Gresham TE, Oklahoma– Injured all last season, but is still top TE prospect in 2010.
25. Trent Williams OT, Oklahoma– Will he be asked to play left or right tackle? He’s better at right, but was still 1st Team All-America at LT senior year.
26. Brian Price DT, UCLA– Doesn’t have any room to get bigger, but a strong junior season.
27. Jerry Hughes OLB, TCU– Great pass rusher, needs to get better in coverage, but is a hard worker.
28. Taylor Mays S, USC– Extremely physical player, but whiffs on too many tackles and doesn’t have the greatest coverage skills.
29. Donovan Warren CB, Michigan– Still looks like second best cornerback this year, even with Kyle Wilson closing fast.
30. Jared Odrick DT, Penn State– Has a nonstop motor, but when double teamed, he disappears.
31. Kyle Wilson CB, Boise State– Stock is on fire right now, he can become a lock for the first round if he has a good combine.
32. Brandon LaFell WR, LSU– Some say he may be overrated, but I feel he belongs in the first round.
33. Charles Brown OT, USC– Converted from tight end, a little light, but is very athletic.
34. Jonathan Dwyer RB, Georgia Tech– Coming from the strange offense at Tech, Dwyer didn’t do much blocking or pass catching, but can be a number one back.
35. Terrence Cody DT, Alabama– Mount Cody takes up so much space, but is only a 2 down player.

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