First of all, this mock is completely unrealistic -- it has no trades. It's just something I do to get a handle on where the "hot spots" may be and where trades are likely to occur. These are bolded. Two observations -- DeQuan Bowers falls out of the top 10, and Mark Ingram doesn't go in the first round at all...other indicators that a trade could be a possibility. Even though it's unrealistic, it's something I do anyway, so I figured I'd share it and get any comments that I could use going forward. Onward.... 1. CAR Blaine Gabbart 2. DEN Marcel Dareus 3. BUF Patrick Peterson 4. CIN Cam Newton 5. ARI Von Miller 6. CLE Nick Fairley 7. SF Prince Amukamara 8. TEN AJ Green 9. DAL Cam Jordan - I think that Dallas will probably move up. If not, I think they should trade back. Quinn and Bowers should excite somebody. 10. WAS Robert Quinn 11. HOU Aldon Smith 12. MIN Julio Jones 13. DET DaQuan Bowers - Bowers just wasn't a huge priority for teams up until now -- and he's not for Detroit, either, but line him up next to Suh and look out. This could be a likely trading spot for anybody looking to land Bowers. 14. STL Corey Liuget 15. MIA Phil Taylor - Early? Perhaps, but the 3-4 doesn't run without a nose. Miami would certainly prefer to trade back a couple of spots and take Taylor. SD at #18 seems like a possibility. 16. JAC Jimmy Smith 17. NE JJ Watt 18. SD Tyron Smith - San Diego wields some power in this draft, and is probably targeting some of the same picks as New England. Miami seems a good partner. 19. NYG Anthony Castonzo 20. TB Martez Wilson 21. KC Gabe Carimi 22. IND Derek Sherrod 23. PHI Brandon Harris 24. NO Justin Houston - Nobody here seems to be an especially great value for the Saints. This is a good spot for somebody to come get Ingram, Pouncey, or Wilkerson. 25. SEA Jake Locker 26. BAL Mike Pouncey 27. ATL Stephen Paea 28. NE Ryan Kerrigan 29. CHI Christian Ballard 30. NYJ Muhammad Wilkerson 31. PIT Ben Ijalana 32. GB Nate Solder 33. NE Danny Watkins - This pick will almost certainly be traded, but Watkins belongs in New England, and I don't think the Patriots will trade down too far.