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With the 26th Pick of the 2011 Draft, The Cowboys Select...

Some might say it is too early to start mocking the 2011 draft. I certainly think so. But Todd Mcshay over at ESPN Insider thinks the timing is just about right. So with that being said, please enjoy the first 2011 NFL Mock Draft.

* Draft Position is based solely off Scouts Inc. Power Rankings. Players are hyper-linked so that you can review information on them.

1) Buffalo Bills

            Andrew Luck QB, Stanford

2) St. Louis Rams

            Marcell Dareus DT, Alabama

3) Kansas City Cheifs

            Anthony Castonzo OT, Boston College

4) Tampa Bay Buccaneers

            Adrian Clayborn DE, Iowa

5) Cleveland Browns

            Cameron Heyward DE, Ohio State

6) Carolina Panthers

            Jurrell Casey DT, USC

7) New England Patriots (from Oakland)

            A.J. Green WR, Georgia

8) Detroit Lions

            Robert Quinn DE, North Carolina

9) Jacksonville Jaguars

            Jake Locker QB, Washington

10) Chicago Bears

            Bruce Carter OLB, North Carolina

11) Washington Redskins

            DeAndre McDaniel S, Clemson

12) Seattle Seahawks

            Ras-I Dowling CB, Virginia

13) Denver Broncos

            Jerrell Powe DT, Mississippi

14) Arizona Cardinals

            Von Miller OLB, Texas A&M

15) San Francisco 49ers

            Ryan Mallett QB, Arkansas

 16) Tennesse Titans

            Prince Amukamara CB, Nebraska

17) Houston Texans

            Marvin Austin DT, North Carolina

18) Miami Dolphins

            Jeremy Beal DE/OLB, Oklahoma

19) New York Giants

            Mark Ingram RB, Alabama

20) Philadelphia Eagles

            Matt Reynolds OT, BYU

21) Atlanta Falcons

            Gabe Carimi OT, Wisconsin

22) New England Patriots

            Daniel Thomas RB, Kansas State

23) Pittsburgh Steelers

            Jonathan Baldwin WR, Pittsburgh

24) Cincinnati Bengals

            Julio Jones WR, Alabama

25) San Diego Chargers

            Kyle Rudolph TE, Notre Dame

26) Dallas Cowboys

            Deunta Williams S, North Carolina

Williams, who picked off six passes in 2009, is the type of

ballhawk the Cowboys need playing the centerfielder's role

in their secondary.

27) Baltimore Ravens

            Patrick Peterson CB, LSU

28) Green Bay Packers

            Ryan Williams RB, Virginia Tech

29) New York Jets

            Jared Crick DT, Nebraska

30) Minnesota Vikings

            Allen Bailey DT, Miami

31) Indianapolis Colts

            Mike Pouncey OG/C, Florida

32) New Orleans Saints

            Greg Romeus DE, Pittsburgh

 

Another user-created commentary provided by a BTB reader.

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