Thursday, April 4, 2013

Mock Draft 11.0 Vikings Get Harvin's Replacement

1. Chiefs: Luke Joeckel OT
2. Jaguars: Shariff Floyd DT
3. Raiders: Dion Jordan OLB/DE
4. Eagles: Geno Smith QB
5. Lions: Ezekiel Ansah DE
6. Dolphins from Browns: Dee Milliner CB
7. Cardinals: Eric Fisher OT
8. Chargers from Bills: Lane Johnson OT
9. Jets: Star Lotulelei DT
10. Titans: Jonathan Cooper OG
11. Cowboys from Bills from Chargers: Chance Warmack OG
12. Browns from Dolphins: Kenny Vaccaro S
13. Buccaneers: Xavier Rhodes CB
14. Vikings from Panthers: Tavon Austin WR/Whatever Percy Harvin Played
15. Saints: Jarvis Jones OLB
16. Panthers from Rams: Sheldon Richardson DT
17. Steelers: Cordarrelle Patterson WR
18. Bills from Cowboys: Bjoern Werner DE
19. Giants: Barkevious Mingo DE
20. Bears: Alec Ogletree LB
21. Bengals: D.J. Fluker OT
22. Falcons from Rams: Desmond Trufant CB
23. Rams from Panthers from Vikings: Keenan Allen WR
24. Colts: Jonathan Hankins DT
25. Vikings: Johnathan Banks CB
26. 49ers from Packers: Jonathan Cyprien S
27. Browns from Texans: EJ Manuel QB
The Browns trade up to get the fifth year on the contract, and to keep EJ Manuel away from the Raiders and the Jaguars.
28. Broncos: Matt Elam S
29. Texans from Patriots: Kevin Minter MLB
30. Rams from Falcons: Arthur Brown LB
31. Packers from 49ers: Kawann Short DT
32. Ravens: Justin Hunter WR
Please comment, because I want to hear a variety of opinions, and I want to develop a better mock draft.


  1. no shot vikings trade up for Austin. If anything i can see them trading down from #25

    1. From the speculation I've heard, all signs point to Minnesota trading up. My guess is that the Vikings will try to find a replacement to Percy Harvin, and the closest guy in this year's draft is Tavon Austin. I understand he isn't the deep threat that Percy was, but he is very agile just like Percy.
      I think Banks is a great fit with Minnesota's zone schemes, and I think the Vikings will be afraid that he will not get past the playoff teams with needs in their secondary (Denver, Green Bay, San Francisco, Baltimore, Houston, and even New England).