Todd McShay from ESPN and Scouts Inc. has a 1st round mock out today: Todd McShay: DT Ndamukong Suh tops the first 2010 mock NFL draft - ESPN Among his more interesting picks (juniors with an *): 3. Cleveland - Derrick Morgan*, DE, Georgia Tech 6. Oakland - Carlos Dunlap*, DE, Florida 8. Denver (from Chicago) - Rolando McClain*, ILB, Alabama 11. San Francisco - Joe Haden*, CB, Florida 12. Pittsburgh - Bruce Campbell*, OT, Maryland 13. San Francisco (from Carolina) - Sergio Kindle, DE/OLB, Texas 15. Tennessee - Jason Pierre-Paul*, DE, USF 19. NY Giants - Brandon Spikes, ILB, Florida 20. NY Jets - Brian Bulaga*, OT, Iowa 21. Miami - Golden Tate*, WR, Notre Dame 25. New England - Ricky Sapp, DE/OLB, Clemson: "New England desperately needs to improve its pedestrian pass rush, and Sapp has the burst to provide that much-needed spark. He has lined up primarily at end in college but has shown he can be effective working out of a two-point stance and would be a good fit for the Patriots' base 3-4 defense." Note that Jerry Hughes, Greg Hardy, Brandon Graham and others are still on the board. 26. Green Bay - CJ Spiller, RB, Clemson 28. Philadelphia - Vladimir Ducasse, OT/OG, UMass: "Ducasse is 330 pounds and his feet might not be quick enough to hold up at left tackle, where he played at UMass, but he still moves well for his size and we think he could develop into a starting right tackle. If he doesn't pan out at tackle, he has the makings of an excellent guard." McShay has Ducasse as his top rated interior lineman, over Idaho's Mike Iupati. 29. San Diego - Jonathan Dwyer*, RB, Georgia Tech 32. New Orleans - Dan Williams, DT, Tennessee Notable omissions from the 1st round include: - OG Mike Iupati - DE/OLB Greg Hardy - DE/OLB Jerry Hughes - DE/OLB Brandon Graham - DE Cameron Heyward* - DE Allen Bailey* - DT Terrence Cody - LB Sean Weatherspoon I hate the Sapp pick. I don't think he can set the edge in BB's 3-4. I'd rather trade back, or take a dozen other players -Greg Hardy, Jerry Hughes, Brandon Graham, Terrence Cody, Dan Williams, Sean Weatherspoon, CJ Spiller, Jonathan Dwyer, and Mike Iupati, among others.