2010 NFL Mock Draft: Top Half Second Round With Trades—Colt McCoy to Rams?

April 8, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Mock drafts can often be generally accurate, but few and far between are produced with the boldness in packing trade implications.
It’s no surprise—trades occur in every draft, and this year’s will be no exception.  This is part three of my four-part mock draft that covers rounds one and two of the 2010 NFL Draft.
33. St. Louis—Demaryius Thomas, WR, Georgia Tech
Demaryius Thomas has excellent hands, great speed, tremendous work ethic, and is also a solid blocker.  He’ll be an aid to the new quarterback and could have the potential to become the second coming of Calvin Johnson.
34. Detroit—Charles Brown, OT, USC
Despite having great lateral movement and nice body control, Charles Brown slides down to the second round due to his lack of strength, bulk, and physicality. 
Fortunately, Brown is very athletic, solid in pass protection, has superb work ethic, and will likely move Jeff Back...

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