Now that we've pretty much rounded out the roster in FA, I thought I would try a day 1 mock. This is pretty much guesswork this early before the draft, as player evaluations are still very much in flux. I've added a few trades just to shake things up and stir some conversation - some different ones than those I've suggested earlier, just to add some spice. First Round 1 Detroit Jason Smith, OT, Baylor. With Julian Peterson at SAM and Ernie Sims at WLB, there's no good fit for Aaron Curry. Detroit goes for the frachise LT and waits on QB. 2 St. Louis Michael Crabtree, WR, Texas Tech. 3 Kansas City Aaron Curry, OLB, Wake Forest. Pioli gets his cornerstone defensive player. 4 Seattle Eugene Monroe, 5 Cleveland Brian Orapko, 6 Cincinnati Eugene Monroe, OT, Virginia. 7 Oakland Darius Heyward-Bey, WR, Maryland. Al Davis goes for the WR with the amazing speed, but in a surprise it's DHB instead of Maclin. 8. Jacksonville Michael Oher, OT, Mississippi. Del Rio coached Oher in the Senior Bowl, and fills his biggest need here. ** Trade: Green Bay trades #10 to New England for #23, 58 and 89. For anyone who thinks this is unreasonable, last year Baltimore traded #8 to Jacksonvile for #26, 71, 89 and 124. 9. New England BJ Raji, DT, Boston College. With all the major holes filled, Belichick goes for broke and gets an impact player on the defensive line. Green Bay decides they want Malcolm Jenkins, and plan to move up to get him. I don't really think this will happen, but it's not impossible and I thought I would stir things up a bit. I would love the Pats to get Raji. ** Trade: San Francisco trades #10 to Detroit for #20 and #33. Lions overspend a bit to get their QB; you might have a 2nd day pick from SF to make the math work out. 10. Detroit Mark Sanchez, QB, USC. With Raji gone, SF goes for depth. Detroit moves up to get their QB. ** New Orleans trades #14 to Green Bay for #23 and 58. With no 2nd or 3rd round pick, New Orleans is eager to pick up a second rounder and hopefully get a top safety. 11. Buffalo Everett Brown, DE, Florida St. Buffalo desperately needs a pass-rushing DE and Brown is the best on the board. 12. Denver Tyson Jackson, DE, LSU. Having missed out on Raji, Denver chooses between Jackson and Maualuga and goes for the 3-4 DE. 13. Washington Andre Smith, OT, Alabama. Washington gambles on Smith to fill their huge hole at right tackle. 14. Green Bay Malcolm Jenkins, CB, Ohio St. Green Bay gets their preferred target at a cheaper cost than #9, and picks up a third round pick to boot 15. Houston Brian Cushing, OLB, USC. Houston has made no secret about being interested in LB help. Clay Matthews, Vontae Davis and a RB are also options. 16. San Diego Knowshown Moreno, RB, Georgia. Tomlinson has restructured, but San Diego looks ahead and brings in his eventual successor, to share carries with him. 17. NY Jets Jeremy Maclin, WR, Missouri. 18. Chicago Michael Johnson, DE, Georgia Tech. With their preferred WR off the board (Heyward-Bey), Chicago goes for DE with Johnson, who like DHB has amazing athletic ability. 19. Tampa Bay Peria Jerry, DT, Mississippi. TB gets a penetrating under-tackle in the Warren Sapp mold. 20. San Francisco Aaron Maybin, DE/OLB, Penn St. SF moves down 10 spots and still gets Aaron Maybin to play outside next to Willis. 21. Philadelphia Chris Wells, RB, Ohio St. Wells' fast 40 time bumps him back up draft boards. Philly gets a big back to complement . 22. Minnesota Vontae Davis, CB, Illnois. Minnesota gets the most athletic CB in the draft. ** Trade: New Orleans trades #23 and 58 to the New York Giants for #29 and 45. Having just missed on Vontae Davis, NO trades back to get a CB later, and moves up in the 2nd round. 23. NY Giants Hakeem Nicks, WR. With Crabtree, Heyward-Bey and Maclin off the board the Giants move up to fill their biggest hole and replace Plaxico Burress at WR. 24. Atlanta Brandon Pettigrew, TE, Oklahoma St. The Falcons gets a big target and excellent blocking TE for Matt Ryan. 25. Miami Clay Matthews, OLB, USC. Parcells gets his LB, choosing between 2 USC guys. 26. Baltimore Rey Maualuga, ILB, USC. With the loss of Bart Scott Baltimore jumps at Maualuga, to learn under and eventually replace Ray Lewis. Maualuga falls a bit on injury issues. 27. Indianapolis Evander "Ziggy" Hood, DT, Missouri. Indy wanted Nicks but lost out to the Giants. They settle for Hood to cover their biggest need at DT. 28. Philadelphia William Beatty, OT, Connecticut. 29. New Orleans Darius Butler, CB, Connecticut. Saints gets a smooth, athletic CB to strengthen their defense. Safety is next in the 2nd round. 30. Tennessee Robert Ayers, DE, Tennessee. The Titans love lineman and take a local kid. 31. Arizona LeSean McCoy, RB, Pittsburgh. Arizona fills their biggest offensive hole with an RB to replace the Edge. ** Trade: Pittsburgh trades #32 to St. Louis for #35 plus #99. St. Louis gives up a high 4th in order to move up 3 spots for need. 32. St. Louis Eben Britton, OT, Arizona. St. Louis trades back into the 1st round to fill their big hole at OT. Pittsburgh and SF were threats to take Britton, so the Rams move up. First Round 33. San Francisco Jarron Gilbert, DE, San Jose St. SF wanted Gilbert but gets a 3-4 DE with spectacular upside to go alongside with Kentwan Balmer from last year. 34. New England Connor Barwin, DE/LB, Cincinnati. New England gets their long-term replacement for Mike Vrabel, with Ware-like athleticism. 35. Pittsburgh Alex Mack, OG/C. Pittsburgh gets an intelligent, powerful interior lineman. 36. Cleveland Alphonso Smith, CB, Wake Forest. Mangini gets a ball hawk for his secondary. 37. Seattle Donald Brown, RB, Connecticut. The Hawks get their replacement for Shawn Alexander to go along with their future franchise QB. 38. Cincinnati James Laurinaitis, ILB, Ohio St. Laurinaitis drops into the 2nd round and the Bengals jump to put him at MLB next to Keith Rivers. Max Unger could also go here. ** Trade: Jacksonville trades #39 and #104 to the New York Jets for #52 and #76. Jax just misses on Laurinaitis and moved back. 39. NY Jets Josh Freeman, QB, Kansas. The Jets trade up to snag the guy they hope will be their future franchise QB. 40. Oakland Philip Loadholt, OT, Oklahoma. Oakland gets a mammoth RT to shore up their OL. 41. Green Bay Ron Brace, DT, Boston College. Green Bay passes up on Raji but gets his teammate to be their 3-4 DT anchor. 42. Buffalo Jared Cook, TE, South Carolina. With Pettigrew gone, Buffalo gets the most athletic TE in the draft. 43. San Francisco Jamon Merredith, OT, South Carolina. SF gets a versatile offensive lineman to bookend along with Joe Staley. Wanted Ron Brace, but settles for an OL. 44. Miami Sean Smith, CB/S, Utah. Parcells gets a big, versatile guy who can play cornerback or safety. 45. New Orleans William Moore, S, Missouri. NO gets back into the 2nd round and picks up the big, athletic Moore to anchor their secondary along with Alphonso Smith. ** Trade: Houston trades #46 to Tennessee for #62 and #94. 46. Tennessee Percy Harvin, WR, Florida. Harvin falls a bit on injury and size issues, and Tennessee moves up to get him. 47. New England Louis Delmas, S, Western Michigan. The Pats are ecstatic that Delmas is still on the board at 47, and jump to get their version of Troy Polamalu. 48. Denver Patrick Chung, S, Oregon. Denver grabs the last remaining top safety prospect, all 4 going within a 5 pick range. 49. Chicago DJ Moore, CB, Vanderbilt. The Bears get an immediate upgrade at DB. 50. Cleveland Clint Sintim, DE/OLB, Virginia. Cleveland gets a versatile, solid 3-4 LB to pair with Brian Orapko, or possibly move inside. 51. Dallas Brian Robiskie, WR, Ohio St. The Boys get a big WR with experience and good hands to replace TO. 52. Jacksonville Kenny Britt, WR, Rutgers. Del Rio hopes to have better luck with this big WR than with Reggie Williams and Matt Jones. 53. Philadelphia Rashad Johnson, S, Alabama. Smart young FS to hopefully grow into the shoes vacated by Brian Dawkins. 54. Minnesota Max Unger, OG/C, Oregon. Minnesota gets a versatile lineman to anchor their interior line and replace Matt Birk. 55. Atlanta Larry English, DE, Northern Illinois. Atlanta considered English at #24, and is thrilled when he is still available. 56. Miami James Casey, TE, Rice. Fins get an athletic, versatile H-back who can also line up at WR and help stretch the field. 57. Baltimore Coye Francies, CB, San Jose St. The Ravens love big CBs, and Francies has excellent hips and a tremendous shuttle time. Replaces Chris McAllister. 58. NY Giants Jarius Byrd, CB/S, Oregon. Giants get a FS to pair with Kenny Phillips. 59. Carolina Sen'Derrick Marks, DT, Auburn. Carolina goes for DL help immediately with their first pick. 60. NY Giants Marcus Freeman, OLB, Ohio St. LB is the Giant's biggest need left on the board. 61. Indianapolis Joaquin Iglesias, WR, Oklahoma. The Colts get a big WR with experience and good hands. 62. Houston Shonn Green, RB, Iowa. Houston gets a big bruising RB. 63. Arizona Eric Wood, C, Louisville. Arizona fills their other big need on offense with a smart 4 year starter at center. 64. Pittsburgh Fili Moala, DE/DT, USC. Big athletic 3-4 DE. The thing that was clearest doing this was how many top prospects there are in this draft. I never would have expected Percy Harvin to fall to #46 or Larry English to #55, but as I kept trying to fit players into holes others just kept popping up. Have at it.