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May 30, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

It is never too early to start talking about next year’s draft. The NFL draft is by far the most popular offseason activity, with stakeholder groups watching from around the country. The 2010 television audience was up 30 percent from last year’s, and expanded viewership isn’t a trend that will go away.
With so much interest in the draft, is it any surprise there are several 2011 NFL mock drafts already published? When the networks feel it is necessary for Jason La Canfora to announce selections to the television audience before Roger Goodell even makes it to the podium, I would imagine there is demand for mock drafts, even this early.
Even before the draft order is set or before the athletes play their final season at the collegiate level.
It is comparable to shooting from your hip in the dark, but these skilled analysts can be eerily accurate; check out Andrew Perloff’s 2010 mock draft—published in April 2009 —that guessed two o...

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