2012 Mock Draft Board UPDATE BPA Mock Draft

Every off-season, fans join in with experts to come up with their best idea of how the upcoming draft will turn out. Some try to pick for every team, effectively prognosticating the entire draft outcome, while others will focus just on the picks of their favorite team.

No matter which method is used, very few of the picks end up being right for the vast majority of those who make predictions. What follows, then, is a hybrid of which players I think should be on the Colts radar for each of their given picks based on a player’s value to Indianapolis and their likelihood to be around for the given pick. Those players listed higher at each pick are less likely to be around and offer higher value. Those listed lower are more likely to be around, still offer value, and might be more realistic.

1st Round:

QB Andrew Luck – Stanford – PROFILE – 6-foot 4-inches, 234 pounds, 4.64 40-yard dash

2nd Round:

TE Coby Fleener – Stanford – PROFILE – 6-foot 6-inches, 247 pounds, 4.45 40-yard dash (Pro Day), 27 bench reps
NT Dontari Poe – Memphis – PROFILE – 6-foot 4-inches, 346 pounds, 4.87 40-yard dash, 44 bench reps
DE Devon Still – Penn State – 6-foot 5-inches, 303 pounds, 5.00 40-yard dash
WR Stephen Hill – Georgia Tech – PROFILE – 6-foot 4-inches, 215 pounds, 4.36 40-yard dash
C Peter Konz – Wisconsin – 6-foot 5-inches, 314 pounds, 18 bench reps
DE Kendall Reyes – Connecticut – 6-foot 4-inches, 299 pounds, 4.79 40-yard dash, 36 bench reps
LB Shea McClellan – Boise State – 6-foot 3-inches, 260 pounds, 4.62 40-yard dash
G Kevin Zeitler – Wisconsin – 6-foot 4-inches, 314 pounds, 32 bench reps
WR Alshon Jeffery – South Carolina – 6-foot 3-inches, 216 pounds, 4.48 40-yard dash (Pro Day)
TE Dwayne Allen – Clemson – 6-foot 3-inches, 255 pounds, 4.89 40-yard dash, 27 bench repts
RB David Wilson – Virginia Tech – 5-foot 10-inches, 206 pounds, 4.40 40-yard dash

3rd Round:

CB Alfonzo Dennard – Nebraska – PROFILE -  5-foot 10-inches, 204 pounds, 4.51 40-yard dash
CB Jayron Hosley – Virginia Tech – 5-foot 10-inches, 178 pounds, 4.38 40-yard dash
CB Casey Hayward – Vanderbilt – 5-foot 11-inches, 192 pounds, 4.53 40-yard dash
LB Ronnell Lewis – Oklahoma – 6-foot 2-inches, 253 pounds, 4.69 40-yard dash, 36 bench reps
TE Orson Charles – Georgia – 6-foot 2-inches, 251 pounds, 35 bench reps
WR Mohamed Sanu – Rutgers -PROFILE – 6-foot 2-inches, 211 pounds, 4.67 40-yard dash
NT Alameda Ta’amu – Washington – 6-foot 3-inches, 348 pounds, 5.34 40-yard dash, 35 bench reps
CB Chase Minnifield – Virginia – PROFILE – 5-foot 10-inches, 183 pounds (Injured)
G Mitchell Schwartz – California – 6-foot 5-inches, 318 pounds, 23 bench reps
LB Tank Carder – TCU – 6-foot 2-inches, 236 pounds, 4.56 40-yard dash, 17 bench reps
DE Derek Wolfe – Cincinnati – 6-foot 5-inches, 295 pounds, 4.94 40-yard dash, 33 bench reps
S Brandon Taylor – LSU – 5-foot 11-inches, 209 pounds, 4.50 40-yard dash

4th Round:

WR Ryan Broyles – Oklahoma – 5-foot 10-inches, 192 pounds (Injured)
G Amini Silatolu – Midwestern State – 6-foot 4-inches, 311 pounds, 28 bench reps
NT Josh Chapman – Alabama – 6-foot 1-inch, 316 pounds
S George Iloka – Boise State – 6-foot 4-inches, 225 pounds, 4.59 40-yard dash
G Amini Silatolu – Midwestern State – 6-foot 4-inches, 311 pounds, 28 bench reps
CB Josh Norman – Coastal Carolina – 6-foot, 197 pounds, 4.56 40-yard dash
WR Joe Adams – Arkansas – 5-foot 11-inches, 179 pounds, 4.55 40-yard dash
TE Michael Egnew – Missouri – 6-foot 5-inches, 252 pounds, 4.62 40-yard dash
WR Marvin McNutt – Iowa – PROFILE – 6-foot 3-inches, 216 pounds, 4.54 40-yard dash
RB Isaiah Pead – Cincinnati – 5-foot 10-inches, 197 pounds, 4.41 40-yard dash

5th Round: (2 Picks)

S Antonio Allen – South Carolina – 6-foot 1-inch, 210 pounds, 4.62 40-yard dash
NT Hebron Fangupo – BYU – 6-foot 1-inch, 323 pounds, 36 bench reps
TE Evan Rodriguez – Temple – 6-foot 3-inches, 250 pounds, 4.58 40-yard dash, 18 bench reps
G Levy Adcock – Oklahoma State – 6-foot 5-inches, 318 pounds
LB Carmen Messina – New Mexico – 6-foot 2-inches, 236 pounds
DE Kheeston Randall – Texas – 6-foot 5-inches, 293 pounds, 5.00 40-yard dash, 28 bench reps
WR Greg Childs – Arkansas – 6-foot 3-inches, 219 pounds, 4.39 40-yard dash
S Winston Guy Jr. – Kentucky – 6-foot 1-inch, 218 pounds, 4.65 40-yard dash
WR Tommy Streeter – Miami – 6-foot 5-inches, 219 pounds, 4.40 40-yard dash
WR T.J. Graham – NC State – 5-foot 11-inches, 188 pounds, 4.41 40-yard dash
WR Jarius Wright – Arkansas – 5-foot 10-inches, 182 pounds, 4.42 40-yard dash
CB Asa Jackson – Cal Poly – 5-foot 10-inches, 191 pounds, 4.50 40-yard dash
WR Danny Coale – Virginia Tech – 6-foot, 201 pounds, 4.50 40-yard dash
G Joe Looney – Wake Forest – 6-foot 3-inches, 309 pounds, 5.02 40-yard dash, 26 bench reps
TE James Hanna – Oklahoma – 6-foot 4-inches, 252 pounds, 4.49 40-yard dash
LB Cordarro Law – Southern Miss – 6-foot 2-inches, 261 pounds
NT Nicolas Jean-Baptiste – Baylor – 6-foot 1-inches, 335 pounds

6th Round:

WR Tommy Streeter – Miami – 6-foot 5-inches, 219 pounds, 4.40 40-yard dash
S Tavon Wilson – Illinois – 6-foot, 205 pounds
CB Tashaun Gipson – Wyoming – 6-foot, 195 pounds
CB Omar Bolden – Arizona State – 5-foot 10-inches, 202 pounds, 4.59 40-yard dash (Pro Day)
LB Ronnie Thornton – Southern Miss – 6-foot 1-inch, 247 pounds
LB Adrien Cole – Louisiana Tech – 5-foot 11-inches, 250 pounds
G Lonnie Edwards – Texas Tech – 6-foot 4-inches, 322 pounds
G Stephen Good – Oklahoma – 6-foot 6-inches, 299 pounds
TE George Bryan – N.C. State – 6-foot 5-inches, 265 pounds, 4.77 40-yard dash
WR Jordan White – Western Michigan – 6-foot, 208 pounds, 4.69 40-yard dash
K Randy Bullock – Texas A&M – 5-foot 9-inches, 212 pounds

7th Round: (3 picks)

CB Keith Tandy – West Virginia – 5-foot 10-inches, 202 pounds
NT Akiem Nicks – Regina (Canada) – 6-foot 5-inches, 318 pounds, 5.21 40-yard dash
DE Matt Conrath – Virginia – 6-foot 7-inches, 270 pounds
S Charles Mitchell – Mississippi State – 5-foot 11-inches, 202 pounds
S Matt Merletti – North Carolina – 5-foot 11-inches, 200 pounds
LB Korey Williams – Southern Miss – 6-foot 2-inches, 243 pounds
LB Josh Linam – Central Florida – 6-foot 2-inches, 245 pounds
G Art Forst – Rutgers – 6-foot 8-inches, 310 pounds
FB Joe Halahuni – Oregon State – 6-foot 2-inches, 255 pounds
WR Dale Moss – S.D. State – 6-foot 3-inches, 220 pounds, 4.45 40-yard dash
WR Chris Owusu – Stanford – 6-foot, 196 pounds, 4.36 40-yard dash (Medical)
WR Jermaine Kearse – Washington – 6-foot 1-inch, 209 pounds, 4.58 40-yard dash

Please keep in mind that the value of players in each round will fluctuate on the basis of who the Colts are able to get with their prior picks, trades, or other moves. I will do my best to keep updating this list and making it a resource for fans who would like ot have an idea what kind of players are available to fill the open spots and open roles in the Colts new offensive and defensive schemes.

For those wondering how I would like the draft to play out, here is a more traditional team-centered mock draft.

(1) Pick 1 – QB Andrew Luck
(2) Pick 34 – TE Coby Fleener
(3) Pick 64 – CB Chase Minnifield
(4) Pick 97 – WR Ryan Broyles
(5) Pick 136 – NT Hebron Fangupo
(5) Pick 170 – LB Cordarro Law
(6) Pick 206 – K Randy Bullock
(7) Pick 208 – DE Matt Conrath
(7) Pick 214 – FB Joe Halahuni
(7) Pick 253 – WR Dale Moss

BPA Mock Draft – Drafting the best players for the strongest team in 2013 and beyond (Rankings from CBSSports.com)

(1) Pick 1 – QB Andrew Luck
(2) Pick 34 – DE Devon Still (Fleener gone)
(3) Pick 64 – LB Ronnell Lewis
(4) Pick 97 – WR Ryan Broyles
(5) Pick 136 – S Antonio Allen
(5) Pick 170 – TE/FB Evan Rodriguez
(6) Pick 206 – TE James Hanna
(7) Pick 208 – CB Keith Tandy
(7) Pick 214 – NT Akiem Nicks
(7) Pick 253 – K Randy Bullock

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