If everyone else is mocking, I suppose I will too!

In my mock, we trade the 22nd pick to Miami for their 2nd and 3rd round pick.

Here are my picks:

1. 16. Sheldon Richardson, DT Missouri

At number 16, Jeff Fisher and Les Snead not only take the best player available, but solidifying a monstrous defensive line. Some might not like this pick, but I guarantee once you see it in action, you will be more than satisfied with it.

2a. 42. Kyle Long, OG Oregon

At 6'7'', 311 lbs, he will instantly become one of the biggest guards in the NFL, that bodes well for solidifying the offensive line. Family ties might have something to do with this pick, but in the end I see it as a good one.

2b. 46. Quinton Patton, WR Louisiana Tech

I think it is pretty clear the Rams want Patton, I mean you don't send a bus load of coaches to watch him without having serious interest. Adding to a young crop of receivers, I believe he steps in and makes an impact on offense.

3a. 77. Baccari Rambo, S Georgia

I know you are all probably kicking in screaming by this point because I didn't address the need at safety until the 3rd round, put I promise it is for good reason. I believe Rambo can step in immediately and start at safety. Also, having a cool name helps.

3b. 78. Montee Ball, RB Wisconsin

Originally from St. Louis, Montee Ball is reunited with his city of origin. Personally, I think Ball is a steal at this point. I mean, who else can say they have the NCAA record for most touch downs ever? The kid finds the end zone, plain and simple.

4. 113. Jelani Jenkins, OLB Florida

This is a prospect I think a lot of people are over looking. He may have the best sideline to sideline movement in the NCAA, he is quick and athletic, and I think this could be one of the steals of the draft.

5. 149. Da'Rick Rogers, WR Tennessee Tech

I think Rogers off the field issues make him fall this far. I think this is a tremendously talented players, and since Jeff Fisher tore down the four pillars, I think he has no problem taking a risk on such a talented kids.

6. 184. Ray Ray Armstrong, S Faulkner

The same thing I wrote about Rogers applies for Armstrong.

7. 222. Terry Hawthorne, CB Illinois.

Now I don't know if he will really fall this far, but if he does, I would have no problem taking him here.

Feel free to vote and leave your thoughts on this mock!

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