Mock draft w/names

For those who complained about not naming each player. If any of us actually get even one pick right that would be pretty impressive. I still think (laughable) that we'll pick up a RB in free agency. There are too many holes on the lines and defensive secondary to spend a top 4/5 round pick on a RB with servicable RB's available with experience-Jerious Norwood,Chris Brown,Cadillac Williams,Ronnie Brown,Leon Washington,Willie Parker,Chester Taylor. With our cap room we can get one of these guys-if they want to come here!

1st round - Eric Berry - We will/should take the best player available-instead of everyone trying to fix the number 1 problem with our first pick-take the best player on the board and build a strength of the team.

2nd Round - Mike Johnson G-Alabama - The guy is 6'6 305 and has also played tackle-versatile players will help. He blocks for Mark ingram. Alabama is one of the best teams in the country this year and its not for their passing game.

2nd round - Eric Olsen - C - Notre Dame - Building from the inside out. With the Pioli-Weis connection if the guy is a player-we'll get the real scoop. So if we take Olsen-he'll be coming reccomended through a trusted source.

3rd - Jordan Shipley - WR - Texas - Wes Welker -enough said.

4th - Jean(Jason) Pierre-Paul - DE/OLB - Guy is 6'6 260 and is athletic enough to drop in coverage. He can rush the passer and has a huge payoff.

5th - Al woods  - DT - LSU - 6'5 315 lb DT can clog the middle. Might as well get our entire D-Line from LSU. Athletic monster that can get in the backfield.

5th - Brandon Banks - WR/KR - Little kick returners that are faster than lighting from K-state have proven well in the NFL.

Considering we do not know the intangibles of these players and that is justifiably the most important aspect of a players evaluation from our front-office these mock drafts are shooting in the dark. I like where we are headed though.

This is a FanPost and does not necessarily reflect the views of Arrowhead Pride's writers or editors. It does reflect the views of this particular fan though, which is as important as the views of Arrowhead Pride writers or editors.

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