This is my last mock 'til 2013. I'm always amazed, but not surprised, at how much players fall and rise after putting away their college shoulder pads for good. It must certainly is a reasons why the popularity of the draft has been rising every year. So without further delays, here we go ( no trades ): 1. Colts - QB: Andrew Luck, Stanford any questions ? 2. Deadskins - QB: Robert Griffin III, Baylor any questions part deux ? 3. Vikings - WR: Justin Blackmon, Okla.St. I know about the call for Kalil here, but I'm going with my gut on this one and it hasn't changed since January. 4. Browns - RB: Trent Richardson, Alabama After not being able to trade for RGIII, Richardson is a no brainer and not a bad " back up option ". 5. Bucs - CB: Morris Claiborne, LSU Biggest weakness in TB last year was the defensive backfield. With this pick, it could become the biggest strength, or at least a strength. 6. Rams - OT: Matt Kalil, USC I had Kalil going to the Rams at #2 if they hadn't trade down. The calls for Justin Blackmon to picked here ( if Kalil goes to the Vikes ) make sense on the surface, but the Rams do not have a legit LT on their roster. If not Kalil, I wouldn't be be surprised if Reiff is the choice here. 7. Jags - WR: Michael Floyd, Notre Dame If Blackmon falls here, he'd be the pick. About 2 mocks ago, I had another WR going in the top 10, besides JB, knowing how some of them surprise every year. That receiver was Alshon Jeffery, though, and not Floyd, and it was to the Panthers. Floyd, imo, is this year's "Lazarus " because he was projected as an underachieving prospect with all name and no substance as early as January. Nevertheless, with his rep at an all time high now, he'd be exactly what the Jags need for Gabbert. 8. Dullphins - OT: Riley Reiff, Iowa Yea, I know about Tannehill and the Dullphins needing a QB for the future. However, almost like the Rams, the Dullphins don't have a RT on the roster other than Murtha who's coming off an injury. I've said this before, Reiff would not only be a starting RT, but he might be a starting LT with Long moving over to his more natural position at RT. 9. Panthers - DT/DE: Fletcher Cox, Mississippi State There might be some disappointing Panthers fans with this pick because they'd prefer local product Quinton Coples. However, there's a reason why Coples has fallen out of the top 10 and why Cox has shot up to that spot. That reason is " energy " ( one has plenty the other one lacks at times ) and that's why this would be a smart pick by Carolina. 10. Bills - OLB: Melvin Ingram, So.Carolina Match made in heaven. If they make this pick, Buffalo will certainly have the " dawgs " to get after Tom Brady. TB is not going to have a good night sleep the night before they play the Bills. 11. Chiefs - NG: Dontari Poe, Memphis Perhaps the 2nd team rooting for the most for the Browns to get RGIII was KC because that would have meant Richardson falling to them. However, since that's not going to be the case, Poe is not a bad second option. The Chiefs currently don't have a NG on the roser worth typing his name ( I'm serious ). Poe's athletic prowess in the combines, and his massive size, is exactly what the doctor ordered for Crennel's defense. 12. Seahawks - DE: Whitney Mercilus, Illinois In my last mock I projected this pick and I haven't changed my mind, yet. The fact that Coples is still available might make a difference, though, but I'll stick with Mercilus here. 13. Cardinals - CB: Dre Kirkpatrick, Alabama I'll freely admit there's a " hint " of wishful thinking on this one from my part. However, after that " hint ", there's a whole lot of " makes a ton of sense ". Think about this: side A - Patrick Peterson. Side B - Dre Kirkpatrick. Be honest, how many of you wouldn't LOVE to have this scenario for the Cowboys if it was possible ? For all the talk of AZ taking a QB ( not likely ) or an O-lineman ( SHUT UP ! ) Dre K is the logical choice here. 14. Cowboys - OG: David DeCastro, Stanford DeCastro is the reason why I want AZ to do the right thing, which is to take DreKirk. I don't need to go into details as to WHY this is a no brainer for Dallas, so I won't. Just 3 words for Jerry: MAKE IT SO ! 15. Beagirls - DE: Quinton Coples, NC If the rumors are true about Filthadelphia being interested in Brocker, then they'd love the fact that Coples fell to their laps. Luke Kuechly would be the more natural pick here, and it could very well be, BUT Coples is too good to pass up at this point. 16. J-E-T-S - S: Mark Barron, Alabama Much like Buffalo's pick of Ingram, this would be a perfect fit and the Jets would be static to find Barron at this point.