SideLion Report End of Regular Season Mock NFL Draft

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Picks 11-20:

11. Houston Texans
Prince Amukamara
Cornerback, Nebraska

12. Minnesota Vikings
Jake Locker
Quarterback, Washington

13. Detroit Lions
Akeem Ayers
Linebacker, UCLA

14. Miami Dolphins
Mark Ingram
Running Back, Alabama

15. St. Louis Rams
Justin Blackmon
Wide Receiver, Oklahoma State

16. Jacksonville Jaguars
Nate Solder
Offensive Tackle, Colorado

17. New England Patriots (from Oakland)
Julio Jones
Wide Receiver, Alabama

18. San Diego Chargers
Gabe Carimi
Offensive Tackle, Wisconsin

19. New York Giants
Von Miller
Linebacker, Texas A & M

20. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Janoris Jenkins
Cornerback, Florida

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Tags: 2011 NFL Draft A.J. Green Blaine Gabbert Da'Quan Bowers Detroit Lions Marcell Dareus Mock Draft NFL Draft Nick Fairley Patrick Peterson Ryan Mallett

  • http://sidelionreport.com/ Zac Snyder

    The quarterback situation will be fascinating to watch through the draft process now that the clear-cut number one (Andrew Luck) is no longer in the picture.

  • http://SideLionReport.com Ross Husson

    First of all, nice mock draft. I watched the Insight Bowl (Iowa vs Mizzou) and besides one pass, I was extremely impressed by Blaine Gabbert. He is BIG, 6’5 and 235 pounds. He is a great in the pocket and I think he will be picked before Mallet. Also, Adrian Clayborn’s draft stock has fallen. I don’t think he is a top 10 pick anymore. He is extremely lazy and out of shape.