I criticized other's mock so I think it's fair I make my own.
For reference, I'm using cbssports.com rankings.
Kyle Orton traded to Arizona for picks #69 (3rd) and #133 (5th). Borrowed from GB2.
Consequently, we would have these picks -1st Round-#2 2nd Round-#36, #46, #58- -3rd round #67,#69, #78 5th round #133, #142-6th round-#187 7th round.
I didn't select a TE because I didn't find enough info on late round TE's that sold me. It's a priority but not one of the highest ones.#2
Peterson or Fairley, in this order
I prefer Peterson because I think he has amazing talent not seen often. Fairley is no slouch but is a slightly riskier pick. The NFL is littered with top d-lineman that failed after a high pick like this.
Regardless of who we pick, it doesn't change the rest of my mock. If we pick Fairly, I still think we need 2 more DT's. At DE, I'm giving Ayers a pass and hopefully he performs better as a DE, like he was in college, instead of OLB like he was this year.
Mike Pouncey, G/C, Florida
I think he would be an upgrade in our interior line or at least would provide depth. In an 18 game season, depth will become a bigger factor than it is. This pick is biased on how his brother performed this year.
Greg Jones, ILB, Michigan State
A little small, his height/weight are reported to be on the high side but has great production and top speed.
Jurrell Casey, DT, USC
Standout run stopper with pass rush ability.
Rahim Moore FS, UCLA
Best available ball hawk FS.
Bruce Carter, OLB, North Carolina
Like Jones, excellent speed, athlete.
Kenrick Ellis, DT, Hampton
This is a my risky pick. I think it's worth the cost. You don't know if you don't try.
Eugene Clifford, SS, Tennessee State
Best available SS, team leader type.
Henry Hynoski FB, Pittsburgh
Possibly the 2nd safest pick listed. Top FB who excelled at running goal line or blocking.
Chas Henry P, Florida
Best punter in the land.