i will be attempting my mock with a trade.
I really did search a lot about who is better Marcell Dareus or Nick Fairley, Fairley is a beast in the middle and had a very good combine, I think that he is a good play maker, But he has some work ethic issues, Dareus is one of those players that undoubtedly will make a large difference in the NFL.
#2 Marcell Dareus DT, Alabam: 6.3, 319
I think Dareus is the safer pick, He is Monster and athletic for his very large stature, and could be fit in any NFL defensive scheme, and Warren Sapp believes that Alabama’s Marcell Dareus is the better defensive tackle prospect.
#36 Rahim Moore, FS, UCLA: 6.1,197
Moore is a three-year starter who led the nation with 10 interceptions in 2009
#43 Aaron Williams,CB, Texas: 6.1,195
While Williams is a level below LSU's Patrick Peterson and Nebraska's Prince Amukamara, he's widely considered the next best draft-eligible cornerback in the nation.
#46 Kyle Rudolph, TE, Notre Dame: 6.6,265
Rudolph, holds the Notre Dame record for receiving yards by a tight end in a single game (164 yards vs. Michigan this season), finished 2010 with 328 receiving yards and three touchdowns in six games.
#67 Daniel Thomas, RB, Kansas State: 6.1, 228
He is a bruiser and has posted very strong numbers in two years at the position.
#186 Cliff Matthews, DE, South Carolina: 6.4, 257
Matthews, a former 5-Star recruit and 4 year starter,in 2009 Recorded 47 total tackles, 10 tackles for loss. seven sacks, while leading the league with four fumble recoveries and tying for second with three forced fumbles.
#189 Derek Hall, OT, Stanford: 6.5, 303
Derek Hall has been selected all Pac-10 honorable mention for the 2010 collage football season.
#246 Justin Rogers, CB/KR, Richmond: 5.11, 180
He has plenty of athleticism, and one thing that could get him drafted is an aggressive demeanor that won't have him backing off receivers especially in the slot where he will probably be lined up.