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Last wave of NFL mock drafts coming in ...



The NFL draft is now just three days away, and all the national pundits are putting together their final mock drafts for how they expect things to shake out Thursday night and even into Saturday, when the final four rounds will take place.


You'll see all the major sites put their final mocks out in the next 48 hours, and's Pat Kirwan has a new three-round mock up, with three Bulls in the first two rounds. Defensive end Jason-Pierre Paul is projected 16th to the Titans, safety Nate Allen early in the second with the 37th pick to the Eagles (with the pick acquired for Donovan McNabb) and cornerback Jerome Murphy going 57th to the Ravens. Kirwan does not have receiver Carlton Mitchell or any other Bulls cracking the first three rounds.

-- Pierre-Paul is again 16th with the Titans in two of the four mock drafts at -- the other two have him going eighth to the Raiders and 19th to the Falcons.

-- Another mock to consider with as much or more credibility than most national writers is the Dallas Morning News' Rick Gosselin, who has Pierre-Paul going 11th to the Broncos. He has Oklahoma State receiver Dez Bryant falling all the way to Dallas at No. 27, which would be wild.

-- Speaking of wishful thinking, the Kansas City Star's mock draft has Nebraska's Ndamukong Suh falling to fifth to the Chiefs. They have Pierre-Paul going 16th to Tennessee. The Indianapolis Star's Mike Chappell also has Pierre-Paul 16th to the Titans.

[Last modified: Thursday, May 27, 2010 8:30pm]


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