Round 1: Kony Ealy DE Missouri- Quick-twitch athlete with more suddenness and explosiveness than frame indicates. Quick and strong hands. Effective club to swim move and can go either way with it. Flashes above average speed to power and can knock back offensive tackles. Good closing burst. Big hitter than can jar ball loose. Can stream line pass rush moves. Active run defender that's at best on the move. Strong and long enough to set the edge when keeps pads down. Good awareness and locates ball quickly. Good range for size. Makes plays in pursuit (front-side and backside). Good pop as a tackler. Locker room leader. Matured and developed into team player. Round 2: Kareem Martin DE North Carolina- Effective hand fighter. Makes it tough for offensive linemen to reach him and can counterpunch when blocker wins initially. Average bull rusher off the edge. Disruptive interior pass rusher that reads snap well. Gets skinny and shoots gaps. Appears to have long arms and gets hands up in passing lanes. Strong enough to hold ground and set the edge working against offensive tackles when keeps pads downs. Presses and controls tight ends. Locates and tracks ball well. Can get off blocks in time to make plays at and behind the line of scrimmage. Above average discipline and positioning. Takes away cutback lanes and stays home against misdirection. Average range and takes sound pursuit angles but doesn't have the closing burst to chase NFL backs down from behind. Built well and hasn't sustained any serious injuries. Consistent Hard worker. Round 3: Terrence Brooks S Florida State- Can get an early break on the ball but better job of reading quarterbacks than reading routes and anticipating breaks. Enough range to cover deep half and can play centerfield if makes sound read and doesn't take any false steps. Adequate transition and good closing speed coming out of backpedal. Good balance and fluidity when forced to change directions quickly. Can stay with most slot receivers in man coverage. Started all 14 games last year and hasn't sustained any serious injuries. Round 4: Chris Watt OG Notre Dame- Gets set quickly and active hands. Flashes strong punch. Digs in and holds ground against bull rush. Waist bender and top-heavy coming out of stance but above average balance and recovers well. Finds a way to stay in front of defenders once set but can get beat inside off the snap. Can finish and leans on defenders when gets them to the ground. Agitator that can block through the whistle and gets under defender's skin with effort. Hard worker and good teammate. Round 5: Shaquille Richardson CB Arizona- (Hold over from Mock 1.0) Tall, Lanky CB that is all the rage in the NFL right now. Not a great tackler and can get lost in space, but has the speed and size you’d look for. Could be the 4/5th CB next year. Round 6: David Fales- QB- San Jose State- Great competitor. Is tough and willing to hang in pocket. Excellent football intelligence. Fast learner and can pick up schemes very quickly. Very good decision maker. Understands value of ball security. In complete control on the field. Has a fluid, quick delivery. Adequate zip on intermediate throws when he can follow through. But struggles to drive ball vertically with good velocity. Ball gets suspended in air and wind can really effect flight pattern. Will need to get ball out on time in order to make accurate down-field throws in NFL. Has good short-to-intermediate accuracy. Would like to see improvement in areas of anticipation and ball placement within strike zone (to maximize yards after catch opportunities). Throws accurately on the run. Can also make accurate throw from adjusted arm angle when necessary Round 7: Ben Gardner- DE- Stanford- (Hold over from Mock 1.0) Injured last year and stock fell, but Playing in just eight games, Gardner consistently got into the backfield, compiling 7.5 tackles for loss from his defensive end position while collecting 4.5 sacks and nine quarterback hurries. He totaled 19 tackles, one forced fumble and one blocked punt. Worth a late pick.