Mock Draft With Trades

February 21, 2013 in Mock Drafts

Updated: 2/28/2013

How would trades impact the Mock Draft?

Round 1 | Round 2

For Steve's Full Mock Draft

1. Kansas City Chiefs- OT Eric Fisher, CMU

2. Jacksonville Jaguars- DE Bjoern Werner, FSU

3. Oakland Raiders- DE Damontre Moore, Texas A&M

4. Philadelphia Eagles- OT Luke Joeckel, Texas A&M

5. Detroit Lions- OLB Jarvis Jones, Georgia

6. Cleveland Browns- OLB Barkevious MIngo, LSU

7. Arizona Cardinals- QB Geno Smith, WVU

8. Carolina Panthers (via Buffalo Bills)- DT Sharif Floyd, Florida (Carolina trades 14th pick and 3rd and 5th round picks to Buffalo for 8th pick)

9. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (via New York Jets)- CB Dee MIllner, Alabama (Tampa trades 13th pick, 3rd and 6th round picks to NY Jets for the 9th pick)

10. Tennessee Titans- DT Sheldon Richardson, Missouri

11. San Diego Chargers- OT Lane Johnson, Oklahoma

12. Miami Dolphins- G Chance Warmack, Alabama

13. New York Jets- QB Matt Barkley, USC

14. Buffalo Bills- DE Ezekiel Ansah, BYU

15. New Orleans Saints- OLB Dion Jordan, Oregon

16. St. Louis Rams- S Kenny Vaccaro, Texas

17. Minnesota Vikings (via Pittsburgh)- WR Keenan Allen, Cal (Minnesota Trades 23rd pick and 3rd and 7th round picks to Pittsburgh for the 17th pick)

18. Dallas Cowboys- OG Jonathan Cooper, UNC

19. New York Giants- LB Manti Te'o, Notre Dame

20. Chicago Bears- OT D.J. Fluker, Alabama

21. Cincinnati Bengals- S Eric Reid, LSU

22. Houston Texans (via St. Louis)- WR Cordarrelle Patterson, Tennessee (Texans trade the 27th pick and a 4th and 6th round pick to Houston for the 22nd pick)

23. Pittsburgh Steelers- DE Datone Jones, Cal

24. Baltimore Ravens (via Indianapolis)- LB Alec Ogletree, Georgia (Ravens trade the 32nd pick and a 3rd rounder for the 24th pick)

25. Seattle Seahawks- DT Jarvis Jones, Georgia

26. Green Bay Packers- RB Eddie Lacy, Alabama

27. St. Louis Rams- TE Zach Ertz, Stanford

28. Denver Broncos- ILB Kevin Minter, LSU

29. Buffalo Bills (via New England)- QB Mike Glennon, NC State (Buffalo trades their 2nd, 4th and 6th round picks to the Patriots for the 29th pick)

30. Atlanta Falcons- DE Alex Okafor, Texas

31. San Francisco 49ers- WR Tavon Austin, WVU

32. Indianapolis Colts- DT Jonathan Hankins, Ohio State

Logic behind the trades:

A. Panthers-Bills:

-Carolina needs impact talent in the middle, while they can get a really good defensive tackle at 14, they can move up to get an elite talent here. From the Bills perspective they can move back some and still address one of their key needs.

B. Bucs-Jets:

-Tampa takes advantage of a sliding Dee MIllner to fill their biggest need. New York slides down the draft board, still lands their quarterback and picks up some extra selections to help their rebuild.

C. Vikings-Steelers:

-Minnesota jumps up to land the top receiver in the draft and fill what has been a major need for them. Pittsburgh slides back and picks up some extra picks to help replace some of the free agents they are likely to lose.

D.Texans-Rams:

-Houston makes sure they land a top receiver, and one with incredible upside, while St. Louis slides down while still filling a pretty big need.

E. Ravens-Colts:

-Baltimore finds their replacement for Ray Lewis. Indy restocks some of the draft depth they lost with some of their trades.

F. Bills-Patriots:

-Buffalo ensures the land a top young quarterback which is a massive need for them, New England trades back to restock some of the picks they have lost.


  • Rob Henderson

    Steelers, I agree with trading back. 1st I think if Jonathan Cooper is on the board they'd take him.
    Now for the trade
    Minnesota would have to give up its 3rd & 5th to make the points even and thats a good deal. Then The Steelers would Draft Tavon Austin,Kevin Minster, Matt Elam or EIfert/Escabor.