You know the drill. You've read the scouting reports, watched youtube videos till you feel asleep. Now that we have more information how will you draft? Ok so here are the rules. 1. Use CBS Sports Rankings here. (Updated 3/12 as of this post but just use the one thats most current when you do your mock.) 2. You may select +/- 3 slots on Day 1, 5 slots on Day 2, and 10 slots on Day 3. 3. Heres the hard part. No trades! Here are the Pats picks: 17,28,33,60,74,92,123,156,&184 Here we go: Day 1 #17 JJ Watt DE, Wisconsin. I'm sold on this kid's athleticism, length, and motor. He just makes plays and could make a huge impact for the Pats defensive line. #28 Derek Sherrod OT, Miss St. Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to protect Brady's blindside! Day 2 #33 Brooks Reed OLB/DE, Arizona. Pin back your ears and get after the QB! Is it the hair? He's a bad, bad man! #60 Benjamin Ijalana OG, Villanova. A big ugly to serve as our Mankins insurance. Day 3 #74 Kenrick Ellis DT, Hampton. At 6'4, 340 lbs, Ellis is a monster load for OL to handle. He could play a role for the Pats in run stopping packages. #92 Edmond Gates WR, Abiline Christian. A speedster to stretch the field and make defenses back up a little. #123 Buster Skrine CB, Chattanooga. A slot corner to challenge Butler and Wilhite is a need. Skrine has the agility and burst to excel at that position. He also looks like a potential 4 down player. #156 Greg Romeus DE, Pittsburgh. Rolling the dice on the injury risk in case he turns out to be a stud. This late in the draft, why not gamble on greatness? #184 Roy Helu Jr RB, Nebraska. A fast guy with a solid build who also caught the ball in college. Yes, he ran behind college football's best offensive line. But despite splitting carries he was a very productive and versatile player. Senior player with plenty of tape who flashed his speed recently at the NFL combine. Notes: It was sooo tough to do a mock without trades. But I think this one turns out with some players I could definitely live with.