I’ll start with a question and then give you my draft.
There seems to be a ton of speculation that KC may trade for Flynn or sign Alex Smith. I think Alex smith is not dynamic enough for them and they’re actually talented receivers, so since this is my fantasy, here’s my dream
Historically KC doesn't like to draft QBs early, last QB taken Brodie Coyle 3rd round, and it keeps him out of NFC
Trade Matt Flynn and our 1st pick to KC
KC 1st and then trade 1st to Buffalo
Buffalo 1st, 4th and next year’s second
then draft (or trade down some more << always my preference) I’ll say we stop trading.
1.Javis Jones OLB Georgia - Jones has 77 tackles, 22.5 tackles for a loss, 12.5 sacks, seven forced fumbles, two fumble recoveries and an interception in 11 games this season. Currently, Jones leads the NCAA in forced fumbles per game (.64) and tackles for loss per game (2.05). He was named the AP SEC Defensive Player of the Year last week and was a unanimous selection to the All-SEC first team. In addition, Jones was named to the All-SEC Coaches first team.
2. DeAndre Hopkins WR Clemson (Buff) - Hopkins has been named a second or third-team All-American by five services. In 2012 he has 69 receptions for 1214 yards and 16 touchdowns. He ranks second in the nation in touchdown receptions and it is a Clemson record. He needs just one touchdown catch against LSU in the Chick-fil-A Bowl to tie the ACC single season record. That would also establish the ACC record for consecutive games with a touchdown catch. He has a streak of nine active entering the bowl game.
Hopkins has caught at least one pass in 35 consecutive games over three years. The Clemson record is 36 by Jerry Butler from 1975-78, so Hopkins can tie that mark as well in the Chick-fil-A Bowl. He already holds Clemson career records for touchdown receptions and receiving yards. (Unless Will Sutton Comes out)
3. Kyle Long OT OR -
Kyle enrolled at Saddleback Junior College and later transferred to Oregon, moving from defensive end to the offensive line. He is still very raw, but according to his father and brother, Kyle was blessed with the most natural talent of the three and the NFL will love his upside. Not even ranked entering the season, Kyle is moving up draft boards.
4. Markus Wheaton WR OR ST - Markus is one of the best overall athletes in the Pac-12 Conference ... arguably the best playmaker on the Beavers' offense ... has started 20 games in his career ... one of the top returning wide receivers in the conference ... multi-purpose player, he is used in OSU's rushing scheme much like James Rodgers was - on fly sweeps and end-arounds ... enters the season ninth in OSU history with 136 receptions and just outside of the top 10 in receiving yards with 1,750 ... named by Phil Steele to preseason All-Pac-12 Second Team ... also a sprinter in track ... finished second in Oregon's Twilight meet in the 100 meters at 10.75 in May 2012
4. Desmond Trufant CB Wash - Athletic and instinctive, Trufant has demonstrated legitimate NFL coverage ability and helped his cause by showing improved overall physicality. Though he's seen considerable time in both man and zone concepts, he has the fluidity and straight-line speed to handle coverage duties and has proven ball skills.
While flashing physicality, Trufant really improved his tackling skills and form as an open field tackler
5. Matt Scott QB AZ - is very athletic and has enjoyed his greatest success when rolling out and forcing defenders to account for his legs, while also possessing the arm strength and touch to scorch them if they lose coverage responsibilities. (Wilson Jr.)
5. Jackson Jeffcoat DT Texas Injury makes him fall like Walter Thurman III Jeffcoat relies on his get-off and lateral agility as a pass rusher and too often is controlled by his opponent when his initial burst isn't enough to beat them. Possessing the lanky frame to add more muscle mass and remain as defensive end in the NFL or remain at a similar size to project better as a stand-up outside linebacker for the 3-4 scheme, Jeffcoat has the natural pass rush ability to earn first-round consideration of his own and the scary thing is he's only entering his third season of college football.
6. Patrick Lewis C - Texas A&M Versatile Played all interior positions is just a stud. The big senior is a prototype at the center position. At 6'2" and 306 pounds, he is agile enough to snap the ball and get into his blocks with ease. Lewis cut his teeth as true freshman playing the guard position and was able to be an honorable mention All-Big 12 player on the field.
After his second solid season at guard, Lewis made the jump over to center, and the 2011 season was a success, as he was again an honorable mention Big 12 performer. He is agile, quick and opens up running lanes quite well—Texas A&M's solid rushing attack is a testament to his abilities. Lewis is also a quality pass-blocker, and that speaks to his ability to snap and get his base to take on the opposition.
7. Ryan Otten TE San Jose State - He has shown the ability to be a legit downfield threat. Usually lining up with his hand on the ground at the line of scrimmage, Otten has also shown improvement as a blocker in both the run and pass game. (Do we get this one or lose it for Winslow?)
Drew Fray S Cincinnati 6'3 4.5 speed sounds like JS PC to me..
He dislocated his shoulder during the first camp of his true freshman season and was forced to redshirt. A broken arm a year later in his first career start ended his 2008 season prematurely as well. First Team all-conference a year ago with 73 tackles, eight passes broken up and two interceptions including one he returned for a touchdown in the regular season
Chris Barker OG Nevada - Raw but a stud, owned AZ DT's and about anyone else he faced, Cable would make him fantastic.
Brandon Kaufman WR EWU - Has started 23 career games, the second-most among players on the Eagle offense. He has had eight performances in his career with at least 100 yards receiving, and five performances with at least eight catches. Kaufman has 128 receptions for 1,881 yards and 17 touchdowns in his career and is nearing Eastern’s all-time lists in all three categories. He is one away from ranking 11th in touchdown receptions, nine catches from No. 15 in receptions and 180 yards from ranking 14th in reception yards.
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You know all over the webhttp://www.cbssports.com/nfl/draft/pros ... s/2013/all