Scout.com: Steuber's Two-Round Mock Draft

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Scout.com's NFL Draft Analyst Chris Steuber updates his two-round mock draft and gives you an idea of where this year's top prospects may land. Find out who your favorite team is targeting inside.

Now that the NFL Scouting Combine has concluded and the big money free agents are off the market, the NFL universe shifts its focus to the Pro Days of this year’s top draft prospects. A lot has changed over the last month, and when you observe my most recent attempt to forecast the future of 64 prospects, you will notice some different names and a major shakeup throughout.

The impact that the underclassmen will have on this year's draft is obvious, as I project 19 underclassmen and just 13 seniors being selected in the first round. If it weren’t for the underclassmen each year, the NFL Draft would be ordinary and lack the intrigue that creates a frenzy this time of year.

With that said, the anticipation builds as to what name NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell will call first. It all starts with the St. Louis Rams, and they’re on the clock…

Round 1 | Round 2

Junior
QB
6-4
236
The Rams can't afford to ignore the QB position any longer. Trading down with the Bucs is possible and will allow the Rams to get more picks and Bradford.

For more on the Rams, click here.
Senior
OT
6-5
307
The Lions were aggressive in free agency and tweaked their defensive line. Suh is attractive, but Okung gives the Lions their LT to protect Stafford.

For more on the Lions, click here.
Senior
DT
6-4
307
The Bucs want Suh any way possible, and by ultimately trading with the Rams, they're guaranteed to have the Nebraska Nightmare in the trenches.

For more on the Buccaneers, click here.
Junior
QB
6-3
222
The Redskins need an OT after Chris Samuels retired. But, the QB situation is still unstable. Clausen is the big ticket item that Daniel Snyder covets.

For more on the Redskins, click here.
Junior
FS
6-0
211
This is the dream scenario for the Chiefs: Berry falls into their lap. Berry gives the Chiefs a leader on defense and a playmaker in the secondary.

For more on the Chiefs, click here.
Junior
DT
6-4
295
Every year, there's an unexpected situation. This year, McCoy falls out of the top 5 and the Seahawks have no choice but to select him.

For more on the Seahawks, click here.
Junior
CB
5-11
193
Ignore the 40-time that Haden turned in at the Combine; he's much faster than he displayed in Indy. The Browns will enjoy his lock down ability.

For more on the Browns, click here.
Junior
OT
6-6
314
Al Davis is enamored with players that have a great combination of size and speed, and with the Raiders in need of an OT, Campbell is the pick.

For more on the Raiders, click here.
Junior
OT
6-5
314
The Bills need help on the O-Line and Bulaga is the best LT prospect on the board. Bulaga has great upside and the talent to start right away.

For more on the Bills, click here.
Junior
MLB
6-3
254
Signing Aaron Kampman as a free agent takes the Jaguars out of the market for a DE. However, defense is still an issue, and McClain will start right away at LB.

For more on the Jaguars, click here.
Junior
WR
6-2
225
The Broncos have to find a physical, big play WR who can stretch the field, since Brandon Marshall is on his way out. Bryant is the answer.

For more on the Broncos, click here.
Senior
DT
6-2
327
With the Dolphins signing Karlos Dansby as a free agent, the need for Rolando McClain isn't a priority. But, a top NT is, and Williams fits well upfront.

For more on the Dolphins, click here.
Senior
OT
6-5
315
The 49ers have a few holes that need to be corrected, and there isn't one more glaring than OT. Williams offers versatility and can play LT or RT.

For more on the 49ers, click here.
Senior
RB
5-11
196
The Seahawks have to draft an OT in the first two rounds, and there are some options available, but Spiller's game breaking ability is too great to pass up.

For more on the Seahawks, click here.
Junior
DE
6-5
270
The Giants would love for Rolando McClain to fall to them, but adding Pierre-Paul gives the Giants flexibility on the D-Line and at LB.

For more on the Giants, click here.
Junior
DE
6-3
266
The Titans have a major need for a DE, and they're fortunate that the best all-around DE in the draft is still on the board. Morgan is a great value pick.

For more on the Titans, click here.
Senior
S
6-3
230
The 49ers could go in a few directions with this pick, but an upgrade at safety is needed. In addition to playing safety, Mays could get a look at LB.

For more on the 49ers, click here.
Junior
OT
6-5
323
The Steelers desperately need help on the O-Line and could use a force at LT. Davis has great upside and could develop into a premiere OT in the NFL.

For more on the Steelers, click here.
Senior
DE
6-1
268
The signing of Dunta Robinson takes CB off of their priority list with this pick, but DE still remains a concern. Graham has been great this offseason.

For more on the Falcons, click here.
rSophomore
FS
5-10
208
The Texans have a huge need for a playmaking safety, and with Thomas' outstanding performance at the Combine, he's worthy of a top 20 pick.

For more on the Texans, click here.
Junior
WR
5-10
199
The Bengals released Laveranues Coles and have a need for an explosive WR. Tate is great in space and is the big play WR they need.

For more on the Bengals, click here.
Senior
LB
6-0
239
The Patriots are going through a transition at LB, and they must add more youth. Drafting Weatherspoon will take pressure off of Jerod Mayo.

For more on the Patriots, click here.
Senior
OG
6-5
331
The Packers need a young OT, but with the five top OTs off the board, they will settle for the premiere guard in the draft. Iupati could be moved to OT.

For more on the Packers, click here.
Junior
DE
6-3
273
The Eagles need help on defense, especially at DE and FS. The premiere safeties are gone, so they target an impact DE in Griffen.

For more on the Eagles, click here.
Senior
CB
5-11
193
The Ravens filled their need for a No. 1 WR by trading for Anquan Boldin, which leaves CB as the next area to upgrade. McCourty is rapidly rising.

For more on the Ravens, click here.
Senior
TE
6-5
261
Without Kurt Warner, the Cardinals offense won't be the same. To take pressure off of Matt Leinart, they add a weapon at TE in Gresham.

For more on the Cardinals, click here.
Senior
OT
6-5
316
Drafting late in the first round, the Cowboys could draft the best player available or fill a need. Selecting a LT of the future is a need; Saffold is rising.

For more on the Cowboys, click here.
Junior
RB
6-0
218
The Chargers kept Darren Sproles, but they have to replace the legendary L.T. Mathews is the big back that will complement the speedy Sproles.

For more on the Chargers, click here.
Junior
DE
6-6
277
The Jets are destined to have one of the best defenses in 2010, and they continue to add to their strength by selecting Dunlap; a top 15 talent.

For more on the Jets, click here.
Junior
C
6-4
304
The loss of Chester Taylor makes Jahvid Best a possibility, but Pouncey gives the Vikings the presence they need at center.

For more on the Vikings, click here.
Senior
DT
6-5
304
Like a few teams, the Colts could pick the best player available. They have a few needs, but building in the trenches is a safe move. Odrick fits well upfront.

For more on the Colts, click here.
Junior
DT
6-1
303
Coming off of a Super Bowl title, the Saints will continue to strengthen their defense. Injury concerns at DT will lead them to selecting Price.

For more on the Saints, click here.


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A member of the Pro Football Writers of America and the Football Writers Association of America, Chris Steuber has provided his analysis of the NFL and NFL Draft prospects on the web and on the radio since 1999. Steuber’s features are published across the Scout.com network and on FoxSports.com. If you wish to contact Chris Steuber, email him at: csteuber@scout.com. You can also now follow Chris Steuber on Twitter.

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