Bolt Beat Mock Draft 1.1

By Ernie Padaon

Apr 28, 2011; New York, NY, USA; A general view as NFL commissioner Roger Goodell announces the number thirty overall pick to the New York Jets during the 2011 NFL Draft at Radio City Music Hall. Mandatory Credit: Jerry Lai-US PRESSWIRE

Time to clean up last week’s mock draft with players moving up and down the draft because of the Senior Bowl.

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Here is our latest Mock Draft:

1. Indianapolis ColtsAndrew LuckQB, Stanford

2. St. Louis RamsJustin BlackmonWR, Oklahoma State

3. Minnesota VikingsMatt KalilOT, USC

4. Cleveland BrownsRobert Griffin IIIQB, Baylor

5. Tampa Bay BuccaneersMorris ClaiborneCB, LSU

6. Washington RedskinsAlshon JefferyWR, South Carolina

7. Jacksonville JaguarsQuinton CoplesDE, North Carolina

8. Carolina PanthersDavid DeCastroOG, Stanford

9. Miami DolphinsJonathan MartinOT, Stanford

10. Buffalo BillsCourtney UpshawLB, Alabama

11. Kansas City ChiefsRiley ReiffOT, Iowa

12. Seattle SeahawksLuke KuechlyLB, Boston College

13. Arizona CardinalsBruce IrvinLB, West Virginia

14. Dallas CowboysPeter KonzC, Wisconsin

15. Philadelphia EaglesMichael FloydWR, Notre Dame

16. New York JetsTrent RichardsonRB, Alabama

17. Cincinnati Bengals (from Oakland)Mark BarronS, Alabama

18. San Diego ChargersMelvin IngramDE, South Carolina

19. Chicago BearsDevon StillDT, Penn State

20. Tennessee TitansDre KirkpatrickCB, Alabama

21. Cincinnati BengalsKendall WrightWR, Baylor

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

23. Detroit LionsJanoris JenkinsCB, Northern Alabama

24. Pittsburgh SteelersAlameada Ta’amuDT, Washington

25. Denver BroncosDwayne AllenTE, Clemson

26. Houston TexansKelechi OsemeleOG, Iowa State

27. New England Patriots (from New Orleans)Nick PerryDE/OLB, USC

28. Green Bay PackersFletcher CoxDT, Mississippi State

29. Baltimore RavensVontaze BurfictLB, Arizona State

30. San Francisco 49ersDwigh JonesWR, UNC

31. New England Patriots Andre BranchDE/OLB, Clemson

23. New York GiantsDavid WilsonRB, Virginia Tech

Ingram just sounds like an AJ pick. A small school senior that has a lot of potential and we would try to move the defensive end to a stand up linebacker in a 3-4 defense.