Apr 28, 2011; New York, NY, USA; The 18th overall pick defensive tackle Corey Liuget (Illinois) of the San Diego Chargers poses with family during the 2011 NFL Draft at Radio City Music Hall. Mandatory Credit: Howard Smith-US PRESSWIRE

Bolt Beat Mock Draft 1.2

When do I actually go to 2.0 with this numbering system? What if I just kept going past to 1.10, would that be OK? Anyway, the Giants win the Super Bowl and are the last pick in the draft and the Patriots right before them to settle in the draft order.

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Here is our latest Mock Draft:

1. Indianapolis Colts
Andrew Luck
QB, Stanford

2. St. Louis Rams
Matt Kalil

3. Minnesota Vikings
Justin Blackmon
WR, Oklahoma State

4. Cleveland Browns
Robert Griffin III
QB, Baylor

5. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Quinton Coples
DE, North Carolina

6. Washington Redskins
Morris Claiborne

7. Jacksonville Jaguars
Jonathan Martin
OT, Stanford

8. Carolina Panthers
David DeCastro
OG, Stanford

9. Miami Dolphins
Alshon Jeffery
WR, South Carolina

10. Buffalo Bills
Courtney Upshaw
LB, Alabama

11. Kansas City Chiefs
Riley Reiff
OT, Iowa

12. Seattle Seahawks
Luke Kuechly
LB, Boston College

13. Arizona Cardinals
Bruce Irvin
LB, West Virginia

14. Dallas Cowboys
Peter Konz
C, Wisconsin

15. Philadelphia Eagles
Devon Still
DT, Penn State

16. New York Jets
Michael Floyd
WR, Notre Dame

17. Cincinnati Bengals (from Oakland)
Trent Richardson
RB, Alabama

18. San Diego Chargers
Nick Perry

19. Chicago Bears
Melvin Ingram
DE, South Carolina

20. Tennessee Titans
Mark Barron
S, Alabama

21. Cincinnati Bengals
Kendall Wright
WR, Baylor

22. Cleveland Browns (from Atlanta)
Mike Adams
OT, Ohio State

23. Detroit Lions
Dre Kirkpatrick
CB, Alabama

24. Pittsburgh Steelers
Alameada Ta’amu
DT, Washington

25. Denver Broncos
Dwayne Allen
TE, Clemson

26. Houston Texans
Kelechi Osemele
OG, Iowa State

27. New England Patriots (from New Orleans)
Janoris Jenkins
CB, Northern Alabama

28. Green Bay Packers
Fletcher Cox
DT, Mississippi State

29. Baltimore Ravens
Vontaze Burfict
LB, Arizona State

30. San Francisco 49ers
Dwigh Jones

31. New England Patriots
Andre Branch
DE/OLB, Clemson

23. New York Giants
David Wilson
RB, Virginia Tech

With the new hiring of former USC linebackers coach, Joe Barry, onto the team, we could be leaning toward selecting his pupil Nick Perry. Perry played defensive end while at USC, but he would be asked to stand up and  line up opposite of Shaun Phillips in the 3-4 set.

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