2010 NFL Mock Draft Post-Combine Friday, March 5, 2010 10:30 AM Posted By: Jason Graham In: National, SEC, Pac-10, ACC, Big Ten, Big 12, Big East ShareThis ShareScouts got their first in-person look at many of this year's NFL hopefuls and needless to say the draft boards at many a franchise have been shaken up. To the picks! For more coverage, check out Buster's Mock Draft Database. 1. St. Louis Rams: Sam Bradford, QB, Oklahoma - Unless the ridiculous McNabb rumors somehow become true, the Rams will likely take Bradford to be the new face of the franchise. 2. Detroit Lions: Ndamukong Suh, DT, Nebraska - Suh cemented his status as the top DT in the Draft with an excellent performance at the Combine. Detroit gets its version of Tommie Harris. 3. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Gerald McCoy, DT, Oklahoma - His lack of reps at the bench press might cause some temporary concern but nobody causes the kind of damage in the Big 12 McCoy did without serious talent. 4. Washington Redskins: Jimmy Clausen, QB, Notre Dame - The QB position is often overvalued in the Draft. This is one of those times: there are far too many clearly talented players at positions of greater need but Dan Snyder seems to be done with Jason Campbell. 5. Kansas City Chiefs: Eric Berry, S, Tennessee - Berry has the swagger needed to give the Chiefs a big boost of confidence on defense. Oh, and he's ridiculously good. 6. Seattle Seahawks: Russell Okung, OT, Oklahoma State - Despite leaving the Combine with a groin injury, Okung was proving why he's the top OT prospect in this year's crop. The injury doesn't appear to be serious and should have no impact on his draft stock. 7. Cleveland Browns: Rolando McClain, LB, Alabama - He may have slightly hurt his stock by not performing in the Combine but McClain has little to lose; he's a playmaker and leader and the Browns could use both. 8. Oakland Raiders: Jason Pierre-Paul, DE, South Florida - I'm sure Al Davis is salivating over the performance Pierre-Paul turned in at the Combine, but what about this? 9. Buffalo Bills: Bruce Campbell, OT, Maryland - Not that it matters, but Campbell ran a 4.85. That's just silly. 10. Jacksonville Jaguars: Derrick Morgan, DE, Georgia Tech - Morgan's fulfilled expectations made him the least talked about potential top-10 pick out of the whole crop. Ho-hum, he was great, but we knew that. Let's go find out who sucked. /scout'd 11. Denver Broncos: Joe Haden, CB, Florida - Yes, Haden turned in a 4.57 40. But I believe he won't fall too far because, well, he was fantastic on the field. 12. Miami Dolphins: Dan Williams, DT, Tennessee - Nothing changed for Williams at the Combine, which means he's still in the top half of the first round and the first NT off the board. 13. San Francisco 49ers: Trent Williams, OT, Oklahoma - Williams showed good agility at the Combine which will allow the 49ers to slide Joe Staley to his more natural position at RT. 14. Seattle Seahawks: C.J. Spiller, RB, Clemson - No QB of the future for now (I think they'll pass on the second tier) but they do get a game-changer in Spiller. 15. New York Giants: Earl Thomas, S, Texas - After a great performance at the Combine, he's definitely in this thang. 16. Tennessee Titans: Jermaine Gresham, TE, Oklahoma - He got a clean bill of health from the doctors in Indianapolis so a mid first-round grade is v 17. San Francisco 49ers: Kyle Wilson, CB, Boise State - He didn't run the 40 but performed well on the bench. He'll run at his Pro Day March 26 but expect him to remain a first-round prospect. 18. Pittsburgh Steelers: Mike Iupati, G, Idaho - Some things never change. 19. Atlanta Falcons: Devin McCourty, CB, Rutgers - He's shooting up draft boards as he followed his great Senior Bowl performance with a solid showing at the Combine. The Falcons could definitely use his speed after the departure of DeAngelo Hall a few years ago. 20. Houston Texans: Sean Weatherspoon, LB, Missouri - Houston's LB corps can instantly become one of, if not the best in the league with the addition of 'Spoon. He'll have to play second fiddle to DeMeco Ryans in terms of leadership but there's no possibility of locker room drama. 21. Cincinnati Bengals: Dez Bryant, WR, Oklahoma State - Yes, I really do think he falls this far after his Combine performance. But it's not the physical drills that worried scouts (Bryant didn't participate), it was his interview. Seems like fate, no? 22. New England Patriots: Jerry Hughes, OLB, TCU - The Patriots need to get away from high-priced options at this position (Adalius Thomas, Roosevelt Colvin) and get back to doing what they do best: grooming young defensive talent for stardom. 23. Green Bay Packers: Sergio Kindle, OLB, Texas - The Packers are just a few pieces away from making a Super Bowl run. Kindle provides an explosive option on the outside who can prevent big plays. 24. Philadelphia Eagles: Navorro Bowman, OLB, Penn State - Bowman doesn't have to go far to his new home. Look for his jersey to become a top seller at the Linc. 25. Baltimore Ravens: Damian Williams, WR, USC - Williams had a solid Combine performance and likely cemented his position as the No. 2 WR in the Draft. 26. Arizona Cardinals: Bryan Bulaga, OT, Iowa - He's no Robert Gallery: his arms measured a full inch more than the former No. 2 pick. But can Bulaga transition to RT since Leinart's a lefty? 27. Dallas Cowboys: Anthony Davis, OT, Rutgers - The consensus appears to be that Davis really hurt his stock at the Combine. In his case, though, that just means he went from "elite" to "very very good," something the Cowboys' line was not this season. 28. San Diego Chargers: Jonathan Dwyer, RB, Georgia Tech - Darren Sproles is still a Charger, giving San Diego a great reason to draft the bruiser to replace LDT. 29. New York Jets: Terence Cody, DT, Alabama - Hey, look who got back in (relative) shape! Rex Ryan would undoubtedly love this monster of a NT in his defense. 30. Minnesota Vikings: Brian Price, DT, UCLA - At least one member of the Williams duo won't be back at the beginning of the 2010 season. Price serves as insurance and an ultimate replacement for either of the aging stars. 31. Indianapolis Colts: Patrick Robinson, CB, Florida State - His pure speed is unquestioned and he'll learn from the best playing against Reggie Wayne in practice every day. 32. New Orleans Saints: Everson Griffen, DE, USC - The champs could use a little extra pass rush and Griffen gives them a great option.