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Yet another Mock Draft: Picks 1 - 10
By Ben Harbinger
Special to gzl-football.com

This is the most accurate Mock Draft you will have come across. kotw

1.1 - WR Devin Funches
No brainer, this is a luxury pick and after trading away WR Williams, they have no true #1 WR. This pick fulfills and immediate need and they get a superstar WR.

1.2 - OT La'el Collins
Can be a luxury pick but OL is a definite need. Could go with another position, but Collins is a starter from day 1 and also fits in nicely with the running game. Look for Dolphins to shuffle the linemen around and see what combination works best.

1.3 - WR Dorial Green-Beckham
Packers moved up to probably grab WR Funchess, but they'll be disappointed. However, there is another WR who will terrorize opposing CBs and though he's no Funchess, it's ever so slightly.

1.4 - CB Angel Rosario
#1 pick in any other draft, Vikings would be ecstatic to land the best CB, possibly the best player in this draft. This is another no brainer pick.

1.5 - CB Buford McKay
It's difficult to figure out if Bryan wants to invest another top 10 pick in a DE and after last year's disappointing performance, I think he'll draft a future star in CB McKay. It also adds competition and more importantly, depth to the CB position.

1.6 - HB Cubby Williams
Falcons have a lot of holes and HB is one of them. Cubby Williams is the best HB in this draft (by a mile).

1.7 - OG Ty Sambrailo
I couldn't quite decide where Neal goes with this pick, but my best guess is on OG Ty Sambrailo. He's not the fastest or the most agile, but, he's athletic enough and is the most polished Guard available. He can play tackle if necessary, and Eagles need to protect their young QB McNabb at any given cost.

1.8 - HB Travon Wilkins
Colts' biggest need is an HB, the question is, which one. I personally like bigger/stronger/slower backs compared to smaller/quicker ones. While Travon Wilkins is not big (<200lbs), he is strong (80+STR), has good starting BTK and with Training Camp points invested in him, he'll be a very good player in 3 years.

1.9 - CB Emerson DuPress
Cardinals need help in the secondary and cannot even suit up enough players to meet gameday requirements currently. They could go with a safety here, but they should draft CB DuPress who will immediately compete for the starting job. Safety can be filled in later rounds.

1.10 - DT Archie Waters
Browns can add a LB, or a DE, but they'll add the most athletic DT in this draft. Waters can play DE in a 3-4 system, giving Paul the flexibility to switch based on weekly matchups. He's a great 2nd DT in 4-3 and can cause headaches against teams with slower Guards/Centers.
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