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I've critiqued and criticized plenty of Mock Drafts, now it's my turn

Now I'll put myself out there. Mock draft fever has swept Stampede Blue and I'm getting in on it. Check out Colts Homer and BlueVol03's very recent mocks as well. I used Mocking Dan's lastest mock for reference, suggestions, reminders and when I just wasn't sure.

Pick# Team Player Position School
1 Detroit Jason Smith OT Baylor
2 St. Louis Eugene Monroe OT Virginia
3 Kansas City Aaron Curry LB Wake Forest
4 Seattle Matt Stafford QB Georgia
5 Cleveland Everette Brown DE Florida State
6 Cincinnati B.J. Raji DT Boston College
7 Oakland Micheal Crabtree WR Texas Tech
8 Jacksonville Micheal Oher OT Mississippi
9 Green Bay Malcolm Jenkins CB Ohio State
10 San Fransisco Mark Sanchez QB Southern Cal
11 Buffalo Brian Orakpo DE Texas
12 Denver Rey Malualuga ILB Southern Cal
13 Washington Andre Smith OT Alabama
14 New Orleans Brian Cushing LB Southern Cal
15 Houston Chris Wells HB Ohio State
16 San Diego Tyson Jackson DE Louisiana St.
17 NY Jets Jeremy Maclin WR Missouri
18 Chicago Larry English DE Northern Illinois
19 Tampa Bay Percy Harvin WR Florida
20 Detroit (from Dallas) Vonte Davis CB Illinois
21 Philadelphia Knowshon Moreno RB Georgia
22 Minnesota Sean Smith CB Utah
23 New England Clay Matthews LB Southern Cal
24 Atlanta Brandon Pettigrew TE Oklahoma St.
25 Miami D.J. Moore CB Vanderbilt
26 Baltimore Darrius Heyward-Bey WR Maryland
27 Indianapolis Peria Jerry DT Mississippi
28 Philadelphia (from Carolina) Eben Britton OT Arizona
29 NY Giants Hakeem Nicks WR North Carolina
30 Tennessee Alphonso Smith CB Wake Forest
31 Arizona "Shady" McCoy RB Pittsburgh
32 Pittsburgh Alex Mack C California

Obviously I'm going to get Jerry to Indy. He's a perfect fit for the scheme and will give the Colts the big penetrating DT that they've been lacking since Ed Johnson got caught toking up. Nicks, Smith and Laurinatis are the other top options for Indy for that scenario in my mind.

Pick# Team Player Position School
33 Detroit James Laurinatis
LB Ohio State
34 New England (from KC)
Darrius Butler
CB Connecticut
35 St. Louis
"Ziggy" Hood
DT Missouri
36 Cleveland Donald Brown
RB Connecticut
37 Seattle William Beatty OT Connecticut
38 Cincinnati Max Unger
OC Oregon
39 Jacksonville Asher Allen
CB Georgia
40 Oakland Phil Loadholt
OT Oklahoma
41 Green Bay Ron Brace
DT Boston College
42 Buffalo Aaron Maybin
DE Penn State
43 San Fransisco
Clint Sintim
OLB Virgina
44 Miami (from WAS) Kenny Britt
WR Rudgers
45 NY Giants (from NO)
Louis Delmas
FS Western Mich.
46 Houston Micheal Johnson
DE Georgia Tech
47 New England Patrick Chung
SS Oregon
48 Denver Jarron Gilbert DE San Diego St.
49 Chicago Duke Robinson
OG Oklahoma
50 Cleveland (from TB)
Mike Mickens
CB Cincinnati
51 Dallas William Moore
S Missouri
52 NY Jets
Josh Freeman QB Kansas State
53 Philadelphia Chase Coffman TE Missouri
54 Minnesota Juaquin Inglesias CB Oklahima
55 Atlanta Jarrius Byrd CB Oregon
56 Miami Conner Barwin DE Cincinnati
57 Baltimore Victor Harris CB Virginia Tech
58 New England
Derrick Williams
WR Penn State
59 Carolina Fili Moala
DT Southern Cal
60 NY Giants
Jamon Meredith
OT South Carolina
61 Indianapolis Brian Robiskie
WR Ohio State
62 Tennessee Robert Ayers
DE Tennessee
63 Arizona Paul Kruger DE Utah
64 Pittsburgh Dorell Scott
DT Clemson

With Marvin gone they could use a guy to fill Gonzalez’s role since Gonzo is stepping up to #2. Robiskie reminds me of Gonzo a lot. Really polished guy who probably doesn’t have the crazy ceiling, but will be able to step right in and be productive and could develop into a very good #2 WR.

That leaves LB, OT and RB to be addressed. If Rashad Jennings or Andre Brown are there in the 3rd Indy can check off that need. For the 4th-7th round they'll want a developmental OT, a LB or two to plug in down the road and some CB depth.