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Aggregate Mock Draft Top 10
By Keith Van Wagner
Special to gzl-football.com

There have now been 5 Mock Drafts published. Some were only for the Top 10 of the draft, some went all the way thru the first round. Despite these differences, there have begun to emerge some patterns. While we all know QB Higgins is going to get his named called early on, when will the first DE come off the board? Will there be a HB taken in the first round? Is Dee Miller a Top 10 pick (as Nic and I suggest) or not even worthy of a first rounder (so says AF, PTI, and Sloat). There are many questions to be answered that won't get resolved until Draft Day unfolds.

However, we can take some good estimations of how things will go, based on where players are going in the Mock Drafts.

So here is an aggregate mock draft of the first 10 picks. Only 5 players were listed for each mock draft (HB Campbell is the only one that did not make the Top 10) and only 3 players were consensus Top 10 picks (Higgins, Miller and Booker). A quick note on my methodology. As two of the mocks did only the Top 10, obviously not all of the mocks line-up in terms of avg draft position. So for any player who was selected in all 3 mocks that predicted the entire first round yet did not appear in the two Top 10 drafts, I simply assumed those players to go in the middle of the draft and artificially slotted them at the 1.16 position.

Here is the Aggregate Top 10 (and their avg draft position):

1. QB Jonathan Higgins (1.6)
2. OT Michael Millen (2.2)
3. CB Tyrone Booker (2.8)
4. DE Amos Houston (7.4)
5. DT Ron Green (8.4)
6. WR Billy Crockett (11.2)
7. CB Blaine Hasty (11.4)
8. WR CJ Washington (11.6)
9T. CB Pete Nickerson (12.4)
9T. Jorge Mays (12.4)
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