2011 NFL Mock Draft: Newton Not Number One, Ingram Still Top Fifteen

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LSU DB Patrick Peterson (Source: pagebandits.com)

Da’Quan Bowers – DE Clemson

Bowers will be an upgrade to the defensive line. He will bring a pass rush that the panthers will need to to try and stop Drew Brees, Matt Ryan and Josh Freeman for years to come.

Patrick Peterson – CB LSU

Patrick Peterson is considered by many to be the best player in the draft and the most NFL ready. Champ Baily is aging so it makes sense that the Broncos will draft him to be his heir apparent. He’ll most likely be used in nickel packages and help on special teams.

Nick Fairly – DT Auburn

Fairly will be an upgrade to the Bills’ run support and pass rush. Shawn Merriman, if he stays healthy, will benefit from Fairly as an edge pass rusher.

AJ Green – WR Georgia
Last season the Bengals stocked up on offensive talent. Drafting Jermaine Gresham and Jordan Shipley will pay dividends. Chad Ochocinco is aging and his production has dropped. So the Bengals will be looking to find their new No. 1 WR. A.J. Green is the answer.

Von Miller – OLB Texas A&M
Von Miller is regarded as the best LB in the draft. The Cardinals biggest concern is QB, but all indications point to acquiring a veteran QB through free agency. Picking a defensive impact player makes since with the NO. 5 overall pick. Miller will produce right away.

Marcel Dareus – DT Alabama
The Browns 3-4 scheme needs a quick strong four technique. Dareus is so big and fast that he would fit well.

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