2013 NFL mock draft database: Picks for Lions as of 3/1


Which players are the Detroit Lions projected to draft this year? Let's see what the 2013 NFL mock draft database has to say.

Now that the 2013 NFL Combine is in the books, it's time to once again update our 2013 NFL mock draft database. Not all of the mocks in the database have actually reflected what happened at the combine, but many have. This particular update includes several new additions to the database, bringing the total number of mocks to 44. Take a look at what the pundits are projecting for the Detroit Lions:

Site Name Date Round 1 (Pick No. 5) Round 2 (Pick No. 36) Round 3 (Pick No. 65)
SB Nation Matthew Fairburn
DE Ezekiel Ansah (BYU)

SB Nation Dan Kadar
CB Dee Milliner (Alabama)

CBS Sports Dane Brugler 2/26
CB Dee Milliner (Alabama)

CBS Sports Rob Rang 2/26
LB Jarvis Jones (Georgia)

CBS Sports Clark Judge 2/26 OT Eric Fisher (Central Michigan)
CBS Sports Pete Prisco 2/25 CB Dee Milliner (Alabama)
CBS Sports Pat Kirwan 2/26 DE Ezekiel Ansah (BYU)
Detroit Lions Draft Jeff Risdon
DE Ezekiel Ansah (BYU) S Jonathan Cyprien (Florida International) CB Robert Alford (Southeastern Louisiana)
Draft Breakdown Jon Dove 1/29
CB Dee Milliner (Alabama) DE Sam Montgomery (LSU) OL Kyle Long (Oregon)
Draft Countdown Scott Wright 2/14
DE Bjoern Werner (Florida State) CB Desmond Trufant (Washington)
Draft King Lou Pickney 2/19
DE Damontre Moore (Texas A&M)

Draft Season Matt Falk 2/18
DE Damontre Moore (Texas A&M) OG Larry Warford (Kentucky) CB David Amerson (NC State)
Draft Season Nik Edlund 3/1
DE Ezekiel Ansah (BYU) CB Johnthan Banks (Mississippi State)

Draft Season Will Lomas 2/28
DE Damontre Moore (Texas A&M) TE Zach Ertz (Stanford)

Draft Tek
LB Jarvis Jones (Georgia) RB Giovani Bernard (North Carolina)
S Bacarri Rambo (Georgia)
ESPN Todd McShay 2/7
DE Dion Jordan (Oregon)

ESPN Mel Kiper
LB Jarvis Jones (Georgia)

FFToolbox Rob Warner 2/6
DE Damontre Moore (Texas A&M) WR Cordarrelle Patterson (Tennessee)
FFToolbox Jeff Christiansen 2/8
DE Damontre Moore (Texas A&M)

FFToolbox Ricky Dimon 2/25 LB Jarvis Jones (Georgia) S Eric Reid (LSU)
FFToolbox Matt De Lima 2/17 DE Dion Jordan (Oregon) S Eric Reid (LSU)
FFToolbox Ben Standig 2/8 DE Damontre Moore (Texas A&M)
Football Fan Spot Steven Lourie 2/24
OG Chance Warmack (Alabama)
DE Tank Carradine (Florida State)
S Phillip Thomas (Fresno State)
Football's Future Robert Davis 2/4
CB Dee Milliner (Alabama)

FOX Sports Peter Schrager 2/28
LB Barkevious Mingo (LSU)

National Football Post Russ Lande 2/11
DE Bjoern Werner (Florida State)

NE Patriots Draft Matthew Jones 2/27
DE Bjoern Werner (Florida State) CB David Amerson (NC State)
WR Quinton Patton (Louisiana Tech)
NE Patriots Draft Dan Hope 2/18
CB Dee Milliner (Alabama) DE Alex Okafor (Texas) DE William Gholston (Michigan State)
NE Patriots Draft James Christensen 2/25
DE Bjoern Werner (Florida State) LB Jarvis Jones (Georgia) OT Menelik Watson (Florida State)
NE Patriots Draft Mike Loyko 2/5
CB Dee Milliner (Alabama) DE Sam Montgomery (LSU) S T.J. McDonald (USC)
NFL.com Gil Brandt 2/26
CB Dee Milliner (Alabama)

NFL.com Charles Davis 2/28
CB Dee Milliner (Alabama)

NFL.com Daniel Jeremiah 2/8
OT Luke Joeckel (Texas A&M)

NFL.com Bucky Brooks 2/20
DE Bjoern Werner (Florida State)

NFL.com Brian Billick 2/25 DE Damontre Moore (Texas A&M)
NFL.com Scott Pioli 2/23 DE Damontre Moore (Texas A&M)
NFL.com Mike Tannenbaum 2/23 DE Dion Jordan (Oregon)
NFL.com Charley Casserly 2/24 CB Dee Milliner (Alabama)
NFL.com Josh Norris 2/15 CB Dee Milliner (Alabama)
NFL.com Albert Breer 1/15 DE Damontre Moore (Texas A&M)
Sporting News Vinnie Iyer 2/22
DE Bjoern Werner (Florida State)

The Big Lead Jason McIntyre 2/27 CB Dee Milliner (Alabama)
Walter Football Walter Cherepinsky 2/28
CB Dee Milliner (Alabama) LB Arthur Brown (Kansas State)
DE Sam Montgomery (LSU)
Walter Football Charlie Campbell 2/25
DE Bjoern Werner (Florida State) S Jonathan Cyprien (Florida International) OL David Quessenberry (San Jose State)

Defensive end is still the major favorite for the No. 5 overall pick. 23 of the 44 mocks have the Lions going with a defensive end, while only 13 have them going with a cornerback (Dee Milliner, to be exact). The other seven mocks have the Lions going with an outside linebacker, offensive tackle or offensive guard. Here's the full breakdown:

Positions (first round)

  • Defensive end - 23
  • Cornerback - 13
  • Outside linebacker - 5
  • Offensive tackle - 2
  • Offensive guard - 1

The most interesting thing about the individual player breakdown is that Milliner continues to account for every cornerback projection. There is a lot of disagreement on which defensive end the Lions should take, but there isn't any when it comes to the cornerback position. Every mock draft that has the Lions going with a cornerback has them taking Milliner. Here's the full rundown:

Players (first round)

  • CB Dee Milliner - 13
  • DE Damontre Moore - 9
  • DE Bjoern Werner - 7
  • DE Ezekiel Ansah - 4
  • OLB Jarvis Jones - 4
  • DE Dion Jordan - 3
  • OT Luke Joeckel - 1
  • OT Eric Fisher - 1
  • OG Chance Warmack - 1
  • OLB Barkevious Mingo - 1

(Note: The mock draft that has Mingo going to the Lions projects him as a linebacker rather than a defensive end.)

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