Tyler’s 2013 NFL Mock Draft | Round 3

Tyler’s 2013 NFL Mock Draft ROUND 3.

    1. Kansas City-Dallas Thomas, G/T, Tennessee-Thomas can play RT or LG, both huge holes in KC, especially if Albert is traded.
    2. Jacksonville-Matt Barkley, QB, USC-Perhaps lacking an elite NFL arm, Barkley is still more NFL ready than Gabbert and can bridge the gap until the Jags find their franchise QB.
    3. Detroit-Blidi Wreh-Wilson, CB, UConn-Easily best player available at this point. Wreh-Wilson is a physical player with good speed.
    4. Oakland-Phillip Thomas, FS, Fresno St.-Thomas is a hard hitting FS. With little to no talent at the safety position, Thomas will have the opportunity to start right away.
    5. Philadelphia-Travis Frederick, C/G, Wisconsin-Philly needs quality depth and possibly a starting C.
    6. Cleveland-Matt Scott, QB, Arizona-Scott is a dual threat QB with only starting experience as a deterrent. Scott could be the big sleeper this year.
    7. Arizona-Vance McDonald, TE, Rice.-The team is looking solid offensively, but it will be hard to deny Ariens a shot for a talented TE.
    8. Tennessee-William Gholston, DE, Michigan St.-Tennessee needs to bolster their pass rush. Gholston needs constant motivation, but is big, lengthy, and explosive.
    9. Buffalo-Brian Winters, G/T, Kent St.-Winters is a versatile talent. With all the skills to be a LT, he can also be the next all pro LG in Buffalo.
    10. New York Jets-John Jenkins, NT, Georgia-Jenkins is a top 50 talent, but NT isn’t a huge need. The Jets have lacked a dominate NT for years.
    11. Tampa Bay-David Amerson, CB, N. Carolina St.-Amerson had great workouts following a poor season. His enormous frame makes him a perfect fit for this scheme.
    12. San Francisco(via Carolina)-Kevin Minter, LB, LSU-Minter will fall like most ILB’s do. With stiff hips and lack of taking the block head on, he will be a developmental player in San Fran.
    13. New Orleans-Shamarko Thomas, SS, Syracuse-Strong safety is the weakest position on this team. Thomas is a big hitter with the speed to cover.
    14. San Diego-Jordan Poyer, CB, Oregon St.-San Diego found depth at CB, but nothing great. Poyer is a top flight CB with special team skills.
    15. Miami-Travis Kelce, TE, Cincinnati-Miami will run some two tight end sets, and Keller is on a one year deal.
    16. St. Louis-Bacarri Rambo, FS, Georgia-The Rams have been high on Rambo all along. Rambo is a 2nd round prospect, but character concerns will make him an easy pick up here.
    17. Pittsburgh-Darius Slay, CB, Mississippi St.-A steal at this point, Slay is a hard hitter with speed.
    18. Dallas-Barrett Jones, G/C, Alabama-Dallas needs to tune up their O line. Jones can play all 5 positions.
    19. New York Giants-Robert Alford, CB, SE Louisiana-Alford played big coming from a small school. His workouts and position drills have been very solid.
    20. Miami(via Chicago)-Dwayne Gratz, CB, UConn-Gratz is a steady talent with great coverage skills. Miami may walk out of the draft with three corners.
    21. Minnesota-Markus Wheaton, WR, Oregon St.-Wheaton is a reliable speedster to add to the arsenal.
    22. Cincinnati-Cornellius Washington, LB, Georgia-Though signing Harrison, Washington is a prospect that can grow a year and be a solid pass rusher.
    23. Washington-Shawn Williams, SS, Georgia-Meriweather is injury prone. Washington needs to do whatever it takes to improve their secondary.
    24. Indianapolis-Stedman Bailey, WR, W. Virginia-Bailey is speedster who can replace the departed Avery.
    25. Seattle-Brennan Williams, T, N. Carolina-When healthy, Williams is one of the best RT’s in the college ranks.
    26. Green Bay-Jamie Collins, LB, Southern Miss-The Pack needs something behind Matthews and insurance if Perry doesn’t develop.
    27. Houston-Brandon Williams, NT, Missouri Southern St.-Though larger than normal for this scheme, Williams has the explosiveness and burst that is key.
    28. Denver-B.W. Webb, CB, William and Mary-Webb is a soft player, but one of the best cover corners in the draft.
    29. New England-David Quessenberry, T/G, San Jose St.-Quessenberry can play all five positions on the line.
    30. Atlanta-Jelani Jenkins, ILB, Florida-Atlanta needs a run plugger in the middle. Several teams are looking at Jenkins in the 2nd round.
    31. San Francisco-Brian Schwenke, C/G, Cal-Schwenke is a plug and play center, but shows the size and muscle to play guard as well.
    32. Baltimore-J.J. Wilcox, SS, Georgia Southern-After signing Huff, Baltimore still has a major need at SS. Wilcox has all the tools to be very productive.

    COMP PICKS

    1. Houston-Jordan Reed, TE, Florida-Reed is undersized, but is an explosive pass catcher.
    2. Cleveland-Gavin Escobar, TE, San Diego St.-Escobar is sure handed TE with decent blocking skills.
    3. Tennessee-Tyler Bray, QB, Tennessee-If Locker is injured, Fitzpatrick backs up. Enderle and Smith are for emergencies only. Bray has the ability to be a star if he polishes up correctly

 

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