NFL Mock Draft, Denver Broncos Select DT Devon Still

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Andrew Luck is a sure-fire No. 1 pick for the Indianapolis Colts in the 2012 NFL Draft. (Chris Morrison-US PRESSWIRE)

It’s that time again. Ever since I returned from the NFL combine in Indianapolis, I’ve been giving it a lot of thought. After seeing and hearing how the top college prospects present themselves, and taking into consideration what teams have done in free agency, I’ve compiled another mock draft.

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1. Indianapolis Colts
Andrew Luck
QB, Stanford

With the best arm in the draft and similar combine numbers as Cam Newton, there’s no doubt Luck’s a lock for No. 1.

2. Washington Redskins
Robert Griffin III
QB, Baylor

3. Minnesota Vikings
Matt Kalil

4. Cleveland Browns
Justin Blackmon
WR, Oklahoma State

Very impressive Pro Day and he could be the shortest receiver (6’1″) taken in the top 10 since Ted Ginn in 2007.

5. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Trent Richardson
RB, Alabama

6. St. Louis Rams
Morris Claiborne

Trading the second overall pick to stockpile a bunch of first round picks was the way to go. Not only that, but Morris Claiborne is the best corner in the draft. If Blackmon is around, the Rams will go after him since they lost Brandon Lloyd.

7. Jacksonville Jaguars
Quinton Coples
DE, North Carolina

8. Miami Dolphins
Ryan Tannehill
QB, Texas A&M

The Dolphins struck out in free agency with quarterbacks. Peyton Manning passed on them, Matt Flynn went to the Seahawks, and Alex Smith stayed with the 49ers. Tannehill offers this franchise who has had a revolving door of QBs some longterm stability.

9. Carolina Panthers
Melvin Ingram
DE, South Carolina

10. Buffalo Bills
Riley Reiff
T, Iowa

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