NFL Mock Draft: First Round

Alright, here is the time-consuming mock draft for you guys. I should have put the reasoning to each pick as I was doing the research…but the 8 hours of time, effort, and energy is enough for me. I would be glad to clarify some picks for you if you leave a comment.

Round 1

  1. Indianapolis (2-14)                Andrew Luck (QB – Stanford)
  2. Washington (2-14)                Robert Griffin III (QB – Baylor)
  3. Minnesota (3-13)                  Matt Kalil (OT – USC)
  4. Cleveland (4-12)                    Justin Blackmon (WR – Oklahoma State)
  5. Tampa Bay (4-12)                 Trent Richardson (RB – Alabama)
  6. St. Louis (5-11)                     Morris Claiborne (CB – LSU)
  7. Jacksonville (5-11)                 Michael Floyd (WR – Notre Dame)
  8. Miami (6-10)                         Ryan Tannehill (QB – Texas A&M)
  9. Carolina (6-10)                      Fletcher Cox (DT – Mississippi State)
  10. Buffalo (6-10)                        Luke Kuechly (LB – Boston College)
  11. Kansas City (7-9)                  Melvin Ingram (OLB – South Carolina)
  12. Seattle (7-9)                         Quinton Coples (DE – North Carolina)
  13. Arizona (8-8)                        Riley Reiff (OT – Iowa)
  14. Dallas (8-8)                          Mark Barron (S – Alabama)
  15. Philadelphia (8-8)                  Michael Brockers (DT – LSU)
  16. New York Jets (8-8)              Courtney Upshaw, Alabama
  17. Cincinnati (8-8)                     Kendall Wright (WR – Baylor)
  18. San Diego (8-8)                    Jonathan Martin (OT – Stanford)
  19. Chicago (8-8)                        Dontari Poe (DT – Memphis)
  20. Tennessee (9-7)                    Whitney Mercilus (OLB – Illinois)
  21. Cincinnati (9-7)                     David DeCastro (OG – Stanford)
  22. Cleveland (10-6)                    Stephon Gilmore (CB – South Carolina)
  23. Detroit (10-6)                        Dre Kirkpatrick (CB – Alabama)
  24. Pittsburgh (12-4)                   Mike Adams (OT – Ohio State)
  25. Denver (8-8)                          Jerel Worthy (DT – Michigan State)
  26. Houston (10-6)                      Stephen Hill (WR – Georgia Tech)
  27. New England (13-3)               Devon Still (DT – Penn State)
  28. Green Bay (15-1)                   Chandler Jones (DE – Syracuse)
  29. Baltimore (12-4)                     Coby Fleener (TE – Stanford)
  30. San Francisco (13-3)              Kevin Zeitler (OG – Wisconsin)
  31. New England (13-3)                Nick Perry (DE – USC)
  32. New York Giants (9-7)            Doug Martin (RB – Boise State)