Things are really starting to heat up as we come closer and closer to the draft. Teams are trying to put themselves in a better position to win and it seems as if wide receivers are a hot commodity. In the last mock, we saw a perennial Pro Bowl quarterback get traded to a rival. This time around we’ll see how the draft is shaken up after a pair of young wideouts and a top 10 draft pick from 2007 switch teams.
With 15 days remaining before the NFL draft, there have been some moves in the NFL lately that I feel could have an impact on this year’s draft. For some reason, Tim Tebow‘s draft stock has risen exponentially. I’ve been saying it all along. He may not be a top 10 or even a top 20 pick, but any team that drafts him is getting a valuable player, both on and off the field. This kid is no joke, he works harder than anyone I’ve ever seen.
A few moves have been made and as such, a new mock draft is here for you to sink your teeth into. Does Brady Quinn getting traded have an effect? Will Tomlinson change what the Jets do in April? What does the Seattle trading for Charlie Whitehurst mean for Matt Hasselbeck? Only one way to find out! Welcome to Version 2.0.
Its that time of year again. New York hoops is going nowhere- college or pro. Baseball season hasn’t started yet, and as a Mets fan, baseball season isn’t coming until April… 2011. Luckily, the football offseason is well under way and I haven’t jumped off a bridge yet. So here’s my first mock draft of what I hope is at least five mock drafts. I honestly feel like my mock drafts are on par with those of Pat Kirwan and and Vic Carucci of NFL.com. The difference between them and myself? Inside information. So, without further delay, here we go.