Detroit Lions Mock Draft Database Says the Pick Will Be...

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We are just hours away from finding out the Detroit Lions 2013 first round draft pick but we get an early look at who it could be with our round up of 222 mock drafts. Mandatory Credit: James Lang-USA TODAY Sports

Draft day is finally here and it feels like we know less today than we did a week ago. In an attempt to cut through the smoke, I have compiled a look at 222 mock drafts published between 4/21/13 and 4/25/13 to get a read on where popular opinion has the Lions looking with their first round pick.

There isn’t much separation between the three most popular picks but a clear favorite has emerged:

Lions Pick Mocks Pct
Ezekiel Ansah 68 30.36%
Lane Johnson 54 24.11%
Eric Fisher 49 21.88%
Dee Milliner 22 9.82%
Dion Jordan 19 8.48%
Bjoern Werner 3 1.34%
Luke Joeckel 2 0.89%
Chance Warmack 2 0.89%
Tavon Austin 1 0.45%
Tank Carradine 1 0.45%
Barkevious Mingo 1 0.45%

The picture changes a bit when you consider positions instead of names:

Position Mocks Pct.
Offensive Tackle 105 46.88%
Defensive End 92 41.07%
Cornerback 22 9.82%
Offensive Guard 2 0.89%
Wide Receiver 1 0.45%

There you have it. Going on names, Ezekiel Ansah is the most popular pick. Based on position, offensive tackle is the most likely. Which way do you think it will go?

You can check out the full list of mocks on the next page.

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