2010 NFL Draft: Lessons Learned From a Seven-Round Mock Draft

April 9, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Every year the staff of NFL Draft 101 gathers in early April to conduct our annual 7 round mock draft.  
The best way to describe the seven round mock is as a learning experience.  
One can only imagine how many such mocks teams conduct leading up to draft day. 
Here is a sampling of the lessons learned from our staff’s exercise.
Lesson No. 1: Tim Tebow is the hardest pick to peg
As much as draftniks despise the attention Tim Tebow is getting leading up to the draft, he is its biggest story.  
You can even argue he is the draft’s biggest story in recent memory. He is our generation’s most decorated college football player, but does not fit the mold of a traditional NFL quarterback.
After showcasing his flaws at the Senior Bowl, Tebow officially became the draft’s hardest player to peg.   
Some believe his athleticism and intangibles will ...

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