2011 NFL Mock Draft: Where's Your Favorite College Player Going To Play?

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Updated: 23 January 2011
Chargers 18. WR Julio Jones, Alabama (JR) Jones has been playing in a run oriented offense so his numbers aren’t eye popping.
Jones is (6′ 4″ 211 lbs) very physical, an excellent blocker and difficult to tackle. He recorded 1,133 yards and 7 TDs this year.
Giants 19. TE Kyle Rudolph, Notre Dame At 6′ 6″ 260 pounds he is a supreme talent.
Rudolph had a season ending hamstring injury and won’t workout at the combine.
Bucs 20. OT Nate Solder, Colorado Prototype size, 6′ 8″ 313 lbs, and very athletic.
Solder has enough talent to start as a rookie.
Colts 21. DE Adrian Clayborn, Iowa Clayborn is a difference maker and can be a pro bowl defensive end.
Clayborn is the complete package, at 6′ 3″ 282 pounds he can rush the passer and stop the run.
Chiefs 22. OT Derek Sherrod, Mississippi St. A good value here, Sherrod is a high character player with athletic ability.
A very talented tackle with nice size (6′ 6″ 305 lbs). He could compete for a starting spot as a rookie. Brandon Albert might move back inside to guard.
Eagles 23. DE Robert Quinn, North Carolina (JR) Character issues might cause him to slip, but he is a top ten talent.
He has been suspended in 2010 but, the 6′ 5″ 270 pounder finished 2009 with 19 TFLs and 11 sacks.
Saints 24. LB Justin Houston, Georgia (JR) An excellent pass rusher. He recorded 18.5 TFL and 10 sacks.
The Saints need help at linebacker.
Seahawks 25. RB Mark Ingram, Alabama The 2009 Heisman Trophy winner was made for the NFL.
The Seahawks could use a “special” running back and Ingram could be special in the NFL. RB Daniel Thomas from Kansas State is also an option here. Marshawn Lynch just isn’t what he used to be. The Seahawks made it to the playoffs with a losing record.
Ravens 26. DE/OLB Jeremy Beal, Oklahoma Beal has great closing speed and might make the transition to linebacker.
With his speed and size (6′ 3″ 261 lbs) he could play linebacker or end. Very productive player, he recorded 9 sacks and 19 TFL this year. You can’t get enough linebackers in a 3-4 scheme.
Falcons 27. DE Cameron Heyward, Ohio State Nice sized, (6′ 5″ 292 lbs) explosive playmaker.
There is going to be a lot of defensive linemen drafted early in the 2011 NFL Draft.
Patriots 28. DE JJ Watt, Wisconsin (JR) Watt is a big time playmaker. He recorded an amazing 21 TFLs this season.
JJ Watt (6′ 6″ 290 lbs) is the unsung here for a very good Wisconsin team.
Bears 29. OT Tyron Smith, USC Slides very well and excells in pass protection.
At 6′ 5″ 290 pounds he isn’t the biggest, but he has quick feet and will give Cutler time to throw the ball.
Jets 30. DT Stephen Paea, Oregon State An animal from Tonga, at 6′ 2″ 305 pounds he bench presses 550 pounds.
The Jets need to get better stopping the run, the Steelers abused them on the ground in the AFC Championship.
Steelers 31. DT Muhammad Wilkerson, Temple (JR) This 6′ 3″ 305 pound junior defensive tackle recorded 4.5 sacks and 63 tackles in 2010.
Current Steeler NT Casey Hampton is entering his 10th year in the NFL.
Packers 32. OT Benjamin Ljalana, Villanova A high effort player with ideal NFL size (6′ 4″ 320 lbs) and athletic ability.
Green Bay OT Chad Clifton is getting old and has bad knees.

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