Munching on Some Early Mock Drafts

Every year, the number of mock drafts grows and grows, and it's hard to know which to trust and which to discard. Luckily for you, has the 2010 version of the Mock Draft Muncher, a mashup of many of the web's top drafts, to guide you along ...

The Muncher is the brainchild of the Orange and Brown Report and has been a staple at the OBR for 10 years. What it does is simple, yet genius. Rather than rely on one person's subjective opinion of the draft — as most mock drafts do — the Muncher balances many mock drafts to take the temperature of what football experts around the country think of the draft.

Of course, that can lead to conflicting opinions, so the Muncher also has a simulated draft to see what might actually happen on draft day. The 2010 version is also updated with pick-by-pick analysis, updated player links and profiles and much more!


(See any other mock drafts we should include? Tell us!)

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Here's a look into the Muncher at some of the players the Colts might be interested at with the 31st pick in the draft. Results are based on a Munch conducted on March 4:


DT Brian Price, UCLA

The Bruins' Price, who gave up his senior year to enter the draft, was named as the Colts' selection in six mock drafts, and could add a boost of talent to a position where the Colts have recycled other team's cast-offs for years.

Click here for Chris Steuber's Prospect Profile for Price.


DT Jared Odrick, Penn State

Another big, 300-plus pound defensive tackle, Odrick played for Joe Paterno at Happy Valley, and Jim Caldwell will no doubt be questioning his mentor about the talented tackle this spring. Odrick was named as the Colts' pick in five mock drafts.

Click here for Steuber's Prospect Profile on Odrick.


OLB Sean Weatherspoon, Missouri

This tackling machine (100 tackles in each of the last three seasons) seems to have the speed and explosiveness the Colts like at the position. Weatherspoon was named as the Colts' pick in three mock drafts.

Click here for Chris Steuber's prospect profile on Weatherspoon.


OLB Brandon Graham, Michigan

Many scouts are projecting this defender as an outside linebacker in a 3-4 scheme, but the Colts may be eyeing him as pass-rushing defensive end to add depth behind Robert Mathis and Dwight Freeney. Three mocks tabbed Graham as the Colts' top pick.

Click here for Steuber's Prospect Profile on Graham.

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