Official Offseason Mock #1 (Draft Mock #3) The numbers in brackets are the CBSsports prospect rankings. NFL Draft - 2012 NFL Draft Prospects - CBSSports.com - NFLDraftScout.com Notable FA Signings Brandon Lloyd Kendall Langford Mark Anderson Andre Carter Dan Connolly Pre-draft Trades Brian Hoyer to Cleveland for #68 & #100. Jermaine Cunningham to Kansas City for #171 (Stolen form Wilfork#75) 2012 NFL Draft 1a. #27 (NO) Mark Barron  Barron is the perfect selection here based on value and needs. His well-rounded skill set is perfect for our scheme. Heâ€™s equally great against the run and the pass, and despite being injured right now, he can start from day one. 1b. #31 Trade to Jacksonville for #38 and their 2013 second 2a. #38 (JAX) Shea McClellin  Versatile, well rounded OLB prospect. He might be the best overall 3-4 OLB when itâ€™s all said and done. 2b. #50 (OAK) Trade to Miami for #74 and #78 2c. #63 Amini Silatulo  Versatile, high ceiling guard conversion. As good as this guy is now he has only scratched his potential. He has a mean streak to him, perhaps too mean sometimes. Heâ€™s nimble, athletic and balanced, and Iâ€™d love to see what Dante could do with him. He might be the second best guard in the draft. 3a. #68 (CLE) Jamell Fleming  Heâ€™s hard to separate form, a great cover corner. Heâ€™s long through the arms, deceptively physical, and quick mentally and physically. He lacks elite top end speed, but his football speed is the opposite, itâ€™s elite. My only questions after the season were answered at the combine. 3b. #74 (MIA) Greg Childs  My favorite receiver in the draft. Heâ€™s a high effort player with a good size to speed ratio, and long arms with big hands. Heâ€™s a Petrino/Arkansas product that should pick up the offense. I think he is well on his way becoming elite again. Itâ€™s weird, but my favorite part about his game is his blocking. Itâ€™s tenacious, violent, and abusive. I canâ€™t wait to line him up opposite Revis! 3c. #78 (MIA) Trumaine Johnson  A real physical specimen, hybrid CB/S. He probably needs a year to secure either starting job, but I think he future is at safety. He could play some big nickel as a rookie. 3d. #94 Trade to Cardinals for #209 and their 2013 third 4a. #100 (CLE) Trade to Tennessee for #115 and #147 4b. #115 (TEN) Emmanuel Acho  A long and strong ILB prospect that is solid against the run and the pass. He could be a really good back-up and/or 3rd down LB to spell Spikes. Has the upside to be a starter. 4c. #126 Joe Adams  Another Petrino/Arkansas product that should pick up the offense. I think he has bulked up too much since the season, because he doesnâ€™t play as slow as he was at the combine and pro day. The list of receivers that can likely understand the offense is a short list, and he can contribute on ST immediately. Unrivaled balance and field vision. He has just enough height to make a living outside. 5. #147 (TEN) Ryan Broyles  Stud on a discount. Seems like his stock is dropping due all the players with stocks rising. Heâ€™s the jack of all trades, but with great hands and awareness. Professional at the bubble screen. Probably restricted to slot end duty. 6. #171 (KC) Akiem Hicks  Stud on a discount. Monster DE prospect from Regina University in Canada. Heâ€™s 6045, 325 lbs with an insane 84 inch wingspan. Thatâ€™s 7 feet! Often loses the leverage game, but will excel at two gap end. 7. #209 (AZ) Case Keenum  Low ceiling QB prospect that could look good in this system. Solid back-up and eventual trade bait, like Hoyer. UDFA  Josh Oglesby: Monster guard conversion project.  Desmond Marrow: Big, athletic, but raw CB prospect. Big upside.  Tony Dye: Solid fundamental safety that would be a day 2 pick if healthy.  Patrick Edwards: Quick shifty slot receiver, high effort. Can help in the return game. [Unlisted] Michael Hayes: Quick, athletic, and valuable pass catching running back out of Houston.