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2009 NFL mock drafts

Mock drafts

The projections for today's first round by St. Petersburg Times staff writer Stephen F. Holder, SI.com's Peter King and ESPN.com's Mel Kiper.

Pick/TeamHolderPeter KingMel Kiper

1. DetroitMatthew Stafford Matthew StaffordMatthew Stafford QB, Georgia

2. St. LouisJason SmithJason SmithJason Smith OT, Baylor

3. Kansas CityAaron CurryTyson JacksonTyson Jackson LB, Wake ForestDE, LSU

4. SeattleMark SanchezMichael CrabtreeMark Sanchez QB, USCWR, Texas Tech

5. ClevelandTyson JacksonAaron CurryAaron Curry

6. CincinnatiEugene MonroeB.J. RajiAndre Smith OT, VirginiaDT, Boston CollegeOT, Alabama

7. OaklandAndre SmithJeremy MaclinEugene Monroe WR, Missouri

8. JacksonvilleMichael Crabtree* Mark SanchezMichael Crabtree

9. Green BayB.J. RajiAndre SmithB.J. Raji

10. San FranciscoJeremy MaclinEugene MonroeJeremy Maclin

11. BuffaloMichael OherAaron MaybinBrian Orakpo OT, Ole MissDE/LB, Penn StateDE, Texas

12. DenverBrian OrakpoBrian OrakpoRobert Ayers DT, Tennessee

13. WashingtonRobert Ayers# Michael OherBrian Cushing LB, USC

14. New OrleansMalcolm JenkinsMalcolm JenkinsMalcolm Jenkins CB, Ohio State

15. HoustonAaron MaybinBrian CushingAaron Maybin

16. San DiegoRey MaualugaKnowshon MorenoMichael Oher LB, USCRB, Georgia

17. N.Y. JetsJosh FreemanConnor BarwinPercy Harvin QB, Kansas StateLB/DE, CincinnatiWR, Florida

18. DenverKnowshon MorenoPeria JerryChris Wells DT, Ole MissRB, Ohio State

19. Tampa BayVontae DavisJosh FreemanJosh Freeman CB, Illinois

20. DetroitPeria JerryRobert AyersRey Maualuga

21. PhiladelphiaChris WellsLeSean McCoyKnowshon Moreno RB, Pitt

22. MinnesotaPercy HarvinAlex MackKenny Britt C, CaliforniaWR, Rutgers

23. New EnglandBrian CushingPercy HarvinDonald Brown RB, UConn

24. AtlantaClay Matthews+ Brandon PettigrewVontae Davis LB, USCTE, Oklahoma State

25. MiamiKenny BrittClay MatthewsDarrius Heyward-Bey WR, Maryland

26. BaltimoreDarrius Heyward-BeyRey Maualuga Brandon Pettigrew

27. IndianapolisJames LaurinaitisDarrius Heyward-BeyPeria Jerry LB, Ohio State

28. BuffaloEverett [email protected] Ziggy HoodPhil Loadholt DE, Florida StateDT, MissouriOT, Oklahoma

29. N.Y. GiantsHakeem Nicks** Alphonso SmithClay Matthews WR, North CarolinaCB, Wake Forest

30. TennesseeAlphonso SmithMax UngerDarius Butler C, OregonCB, UConn

31. ArizonaDonald BrownDonald BrownEverette Brown

32. PittsburghAlex MackVontae DavisMax Unger

* Jaguars trade pick to Redskins

# Redskins trade pick to Jaguars

+ Falcons trade pick to Bills

@ Bills trade pick to Falcons

** Giants trade pick to Browns for Braylon Edwards

2009 NFL mock drafts 04/24/09 [Last modified: Saturday, April 25, 2009 6:37am]
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