I know this is totally fantasy land, being with the caste system as entrenched as it is, but I have given this a lot of thought, and I'm curious to what your opinion's are. So without further ado.....here is the PSYCHO DRAFT! 1. Miami: Jake Long:OT- A franchise Left Tackle is the cornerstone of any successful offense, he may be even better then Joe Thomas, and that's saying something. 2. St. Louis: Chris LongE- Howie Long's kid will team with Adam Carriker to terrorize opposing offense's for years to come. 3. Atlanta: Matt Ryan:QB-Finally Atlanta has a realrealfranchise quarterback to lead this team, has everything you want in a QB. 4. Oakland Raiders: Darren McFadden:TB- Gotta give credit where credit is due, the kid has size, speed & production. The population of Oakland will probably increase by 10-12 out of wedlock kids with this guy's arrival...lol 5. Kansas City Chiefs: Jordy Nelson:WR- This guy is EVERYTHING Larry Fitzgerald is, with more speed. So if Fitzgerald can be drafted top 5, there is no reason at all why Nelson, with his size, speed and production, should not be drafted as such. This bio angers me the most, because this kid really is that good and will be drafted nowhere near this spot when the real draft happens in April. 6. New York Jets: Vernon GholstonE- This guy is pretty much everything Chris Long is, with more or less the same stats, more or less the same size, but with a little less heart and not nearly the intensity that C.L displays. Henceforth, he is drafted 4 spots lower then Chris, and deservedly so. But we gotta give the kid credit, he is a pretty well spoken guy, with no off the field problems, and has played very well this year. 7. New England: Leodis Mckelvon: CB: The guy is the best corner in the draft, great speed and coverage ability, and they need a corner. 8. Balimore: Brian Brohm: QB- The Ravens have never had a top flight QB, so they take a chance on Brohm, and hope he is the answer, because they sure as hell know Mcnair or Smith isn't. 9. Cincinnati: Glen Dorsey: DT- Dorsey falls farther then projected, due to injury concerns, but when healthy, the guy is a beast in the middle. 10. New Orleans: Sedrick Ellis: DT- Ellis had a great combine, and is an upgrade on anything the Saints have on the roster, so this will be a good pick for them. 11. Buffalo: Devin Thomas: WR- The Black Jordy Nelson (lol i just had to say that) had a great junior year, but does not have the hands of Nelson, so that's why he is #2. Should give the Bills the #1 receiver that they need. Great combine makes the Bills reach for him at this spot thou. 12. Denver: Keith Rivers: OLB- A very athletic 'backer who can run and make plays, Denver will use him on the weakside and he should be a staple for years to come. 13. Carolina: Joe Flacco: QB- A very shocking pick, but you can't argue with the kids size and arm strength. A major reach at this point in the draft, but sometimes you have to gamble, this is a total boom or bust pick. For the Panthers sake, lets hope its a BOOM. 14. Chicago: Limus Sweed: WR- A nice big and fast target to start opposite Mike Hass, they should be a nice tandem for years to come 15. Detroit Lions: Rashard Mendenhall: RB: A big back with speed and production (except if your white of course lol) is always in high demand in the NFL. So this is a pretty logical landing spot for this kid. 16. Arizona Cardinals: Felix Jones: RB: Very impressive in college when given the chance, and if McFadden wasn't there, would have been a household name. Good size and speed combo. 17. Minnesota Vikings: DeSean Jackson: WR: They have a big possession guy in Sidney Rice, they now add in the speed guy on the outside. Size is a concern, but 4.35 is 4.35. Return skills are a plus also. 18. Houston Texans: Ryan Clady: OT: A franchise left tackle is always in high demand, and Clady borders on that, so the Texans gamble and hope he comes thru. 19. Philadelphia: Tom Zbikowski: SS: Brian Dawkins isn't getting any younger, and when your as big (215lbs) and fast (4.44 40) as Zibby is, this type of safety combo is rare to come by. Sean Considine and Zbikowski will make a very good tandem in Philly for years. 20. Tampa Bay: John Carlson: TE: Once he redeemed himself at his pro day (high 4.6 40 time) Tampa realizes that his production and skill, with good athletic ability, is a better combo then combine wonder Dustin Keller. 21. Washington: Malcom Kelly: WR: Big receiver that washington needs, falls to them at this spot, lack of speed is a concern, but as we all know, speed is always overrated when a black receiver is concerned, and a stroke of death when a white receiver is concerned. 22. Dallas: James Hardy: WR: A faster version of Malcom Kelly, Dallas grabs him at this spot, a 4.48 40 and 6'6 with a 36 inch vertical is a very nice thing to have, a slightly faster Drew Bennett comes to mind. 23. Pittsburg: Chris Williams: OT: After the loss of Alan Fanica, the Steelers need to shore up the line, and this guy is a pretty good value at this spot, athletic for his size. 24. Tennessee: Mario Manningham: WR: After posting a 4.60 at the combine and then, in the span of 2 months, improving that time by over 2 TENTHS OF A SECOND at his pro day, the Titans prove as gullible a franchise as any in the history of the NFL, and, based on this new found speed and production, take him at this spot. All in all, this guy is a great receiver and does seem to have great game speed. I think he could be the next Issac Bruce, but Vince Young will make sure that doesn't happen! 25. Seattle: Dustin Keller: TE: As with most black players that don't do much in college, once they post a great 40, POOF, they become "gamebreakers" at the next level. However, the kid did show flashes in college, so they do take a chance and hope for the best. 26. Jacksonville: Quinton Groves: OLB: A very fast and athletic, but undersized DE, in college, could make a nice WLB in the pro's. Which is what the Jaguars are hoping. 27. San Deigo Chargers: Jamie Silva: I know the man is SLOWWWW, but he makes plays, and thats what is most important, this ballhawk will team with Eric Weddle to form one of only 2 all white safety starters in the NFL. 28. Dallas Cowboys: Kenny Philips: A good safety, will project to FS in the pro's. Pretty good in coverage, but not as athletic as you would think, he a'int no Zbikowski as far as speed and strength, but is a very skilled player, good pick up for Dallas. 29. San Francisco: Jordan Dizon: OLB- A guy who proved his athletic ability at the combine, once you put the game tape on, he shines, is a bit undersized, but his instincts and playmaking ability overrule that. 30. Green Bay: Todd Blythe: WR- Great combo of size and hands, great route runner, and decent speed (mid 4.5 40) could really explode in this offense in the red zone. 31. New York Giants: Dan Conner: OLB- The Giants need a WLB, and danny boy is the answer, he drops this far because at 230lbs, he is a bit small, and running a 4.7 40, not as fast as you would like, but you cant argue with the production and football skill he possesses. Think Lance Briggs, thats what i think you would get. So there ya have it, my mock draft, comment if you like, and I welcome the debate.