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2013 Cincy Jungle Mock Draft: First Round Recap

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Another year, another successful CJ community mock draft. Here's a recap of the first round.


Before I go any further, I want to thank all of those who participated in the 2013 Cincy Jungle Community Mock Draft. This was the first year I ran the draft solo and everyone made it pretty easy on me. Trust me, this can be a massive pain.

So thanks you.

Here's the complete first round mock draft, including which member picked for each team.

Draft Overview:

# Team Picked By Name/Positon of Pick
1 Chiefs Jason Garrison Luke Joeckel, OT
2 Jaguars Hyprpwnmania Geno Smith, QB
3 Raiders Ryan Leach Dee Milliner, CB
4 Eagles Cincy841 Eric Fisher, OT
5 Lions FourthNGoal Ezekiel Ansah, DT
6 Browns Jason Garrison Sharrif Floyd, DT
7 Cardinals Cincy 841 Dion Jordan, DE/OLB
8 Bills Zak Kondratenko Cordarrelle Patterson, WR
9 Jets Indesignkat Jarvis Jones, OLB
10 Titans Jason Garrison Chance Warmack, OG
11 Chargers Polar Bengal Lane Johnson, OT
12 Dolphins EZoellner Barkevious Mingo, DE
13 Buccaneers fmshow Xavier Rhodes, CB
14 Panthers Bengal Bruce Star Lotulelei, DT
15 Saints HunkerdownWHODEY Tavon Austin, WR
16 Rams epk1979 Kenny Vaccaro, S
17 Steelers Jason Garrison Tyler Eifert, TE
18 Cowboys Effaybeoh D.J. Fluker, OT
19 Giants Mexal Arthur Brown, LB
20 Bears ULsteve Jonathan Cooper, G
21 Bengals Jason Garrison Jonathan Cyprien, S
22 Rams (from Redskins) Epk1979 Sheldon Richardson, DT
23 Vikings Palewook Sylvester Williams, DT
24 Colts IrishMIZery Desmond Trufant, CB
25 Vikings (from Seahawks) Palewook Kevin Minter, LB
26 Packers TCfromDubVee Giovani Bernard, RB
27 Texans Tycar24 Keenan Allen, WR
28 Broncos Da Big Mac Bjoern Werner, DT
29 Patriots Christopher Stamatakos Tank Carradine, DE
30 Falcons rmk Jamar Taylor, CB
31 49ers KorbKj Matt Elam, S
32 Ravens AMAS85 Robert Woods, WR

I decided to take Jonathan Cyprien for the Bengals because I felt he was the best available safety, and while I really thought about grabbing Georgia linebacker Alec Ogletree, I felt Cyprien was a safer pick due to Ogletree's off-field troubles. Besides, the Bengals were likely to sign either James Harrison or Karlos Dansby at the time and they ended up signing Harrison.

If we were extending the draft into the second round, it's likely that either Ogletree or Eddie Lacy would be available for the Bengals with the No. 37 overall pick.

I'm excited to see the draft this year to see how close our mock draft is to the real thing. Again, thanks for all the help and for making this easy.