http://bleacherreport.com/articles/274562-2010-nfl-mock-draft-october-edition/show_full an interesting mock 12) Dallas: Dez Bryant (WR Oklahoma State) You don't think a little thing like an NCAA suspension would scare off Jerry Jones, would you? The Cowboys need players on an aging offensive line and defense, but the prospect of having Bryant to stretch the field will be too much for the Cowboys 44) Dallas: Ciron Black (OT Louisiana State) The Cowboys' offensive line is aging and has very little depth behind mostly middling starters. Ciron Black has been one of the top tackle prospects for a while, but scouts question if he can play left tackle. As the linemen start to sort themselves out, Black will fall. However, he is still a great prospect at RT or either guard position don't think either guy will be there - plus I rather have 16) Green Bay: Charles Brown (OT Southern California) Brown is rising up a lot of draft charts and scouts always love a left tackle who is a converted tight end. Brown is one of the few tackle prospects that has a great deal of upside and a lot more room to fill out his frame. Green Bay needs pass protection in the worst way and can't afford another year of letting Aaron Rodgers get beat up. 27) Cincinnati: Mike Iupati (OG Idaho) The big Samoan is rocketing up draft boards. Iupati is 6'6" and is listed at 330 lbs., but is probably more. Most importantly, the guard moves like he is around 200 lbs. and can get to the next level on sweeps and draws. Iupati could end up moving to right tackle and both positions could use an upgrade in Cincy. 32) New York Giants: Bruce Campbell (OT Maryland) This little-known left tackle is almost assured a first-round grade from the NFL if he comes out this year but his stock may slip as concerns with knee problems and turf toe will leave teams questioning his durability. However, Campbell is an exceptional prospect with the ability to play anywhere on the offensive line and a massive frame at 6'7" and 310 lbs. 54) New York Jets: Jason Fox (OT Miami) or 63) Indianapolis: Sam Young (OT Notre Dame) With Tony Ugoh on the bench and probably sliding inside next year, the Colts have a need at tackle. Young is a massive prospect at nearly 6'8" and has the arm length and athleticism to stick on the blindside, but lacks great technique. Young could be a perennial Pro Bowler on either side if he puts in the work.