As if New York isn’t already the best sports city in the world, it is hosting one of the best sporting events known to man: the 75th NFL Draft. It is like Christmas morning to analysts like myself. However, instead of Santa and the elves, we have Mel Kiper, Chris Mortenson, Chris Berman, and many others. You all saw Kenny’s mock draft yesterday, but if you didn’t, check it out here. Let’s see what surprises we can find in our sixth, and final mock draft. Also, be sure to check back in during the draft for our live feed of the draft!

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1.     St. Louis (1-15) – Sam Bradford, QB, Oklahoma. Many speculate that they will trade down. Whether they do or don’t, they still need to grab a quarterback.

2.     Detroit (2-14) – Ndamukong Suh, DT, Nebraska. I still think that Suh is the best player in the draft. Whoever is able to obtain his services will be getting one of the premier defensive tackle talents in the league.

3.     Tampa Bay (3-13) – Gerald McCoy, DT, Oklahoma. Some have him as not only the best D-tackle, but also as the best player in the draft. I don’t, but I still think he’s a can’t miss, top five prospect.

4.     Washington (4-12) – Russell Okung, OT, Oklahoma State. Now that they have the offensive pieces fallen into place, they need to work on protecting McNabb and Company. The draft’s best offensive lineman is a great start.

5.     Kansas City (4-12) – Trent Williams, OT, Oklahoma. Trent Williams stock has gone nothing but up since the draft process has started. He can be a centerpiece of an offensive line at either right or left tackle.

6.     Seattle (5-11) – Bryan Bulaga, OT, Iowa. They do need help on both sides of the ball, but offense should be where they go on at least one of their picks. They could go with Notre Dame QB Jimmy Clausen, so Buffalo could trade up to here.

7.     Cleveland (5-11) –Eric Berry, S, Tennessee. Some have Berry as the best overall prospect available in this draft. Based on talent, he’s certainly top five. Whatever team gets him will be very happy to do so.

8.     Oakland (5-11) – Mike Iupati, OG, Idaho. A surprise yes, but a reach? Not as much as people think. Oakland needs help on the offensive line, and Anthony Davis has done nothing to show that he warrants a top ten pick.

9.     Buffalo (6-10) –Jimmy Clausen, QB, Notre Dame. I think the Bills will ultimately end up with Clausen, but they might have to make a move up to get him, as the overall quarterback talent pool has a drop-off between Clausen and the next best player at the position, Colt McCoy.

10.  Jacksonville (7-9) – Rolando McClain, LB, Alabama. I hope that he goes to the Giants, but if they stick around at 15, it is looking completely unrealistic. Overall, I expect the Jags to trade down with the Giants and pick up a defensive end or the ultimate wildcard, Tim Tebow.

11.  Denver – from Chicago (7-9) – Dez Bryant, WR, Oklahoma State. Trading Brandon Marshall all but assures that the Broncos need help at WR. I still don’t think he’s the answer that Josh McDaniels is looking for, but he still is by far the most talented wideout in the draft.

12.  Miami (7-9) – Derrick Morgan, DE, Georgia Tech. The Dolphins handled their offensive weaknesses by trading for Brandon Marshall and dealing away the worst fastest player in the NFL, Ted Ginn. Morgan is the best defensive end available and will serve as a replacement for Jason Taylor.

13.  San Francisco (8-8) – Joe Haden, CB, Florida. Haden falling to 13 all depends on what happens with Eric Berry. If he goes as late as 7, then Haden will probably fall to the 49ers here, who find great value with the best corner in the draft available at 13.

14.  Seattle – from Denver (8-8) – C.J. Spiller, RB, Clemson. Many teams are interested in the draft’s best running back, who is viewed by many as a Chris Johnson clone. I don’t think he’s as electric, but his speed is a difference on special teams and on third down.

15.  New York Giants (8-8) – Jason Pierre-Paul, DE/OLB, South Florida. Pierre-Paul is a subtle consolation prize to not getting Rolando McClain, but the Giants are reportedly very interested in the workout wonder from South Florida. The Giants are at their best with good defensive ends, and he can be a terror to quarterbacks.

16.  Tennessee (8-8) – Carlos Dunlap, DE, Florida. I personally think Dunlap is one of the most overlooked players in this year’s draft. Critics love to hate his off-the-field issues, but when it comes down to having him suit up on Sundays, he may have the most potential out of any defensive end in the draft.

17.  San Francisco – from Carolina (8-8) – Taylor Mays, S, Southern Cal. Mays has the freaking athletic abilities to be a star wherever he gets picked. He just needs to have those skills translate into being a centerfielder.

18.  Pittsburgh (9-7) – Maurkice Pouncey, OL, Florida. Pouncey is another player creeping up draft boards as the opportunity to draft an interior lineman with this much skill doesn’t come around often. Until the recent Roethlisberger issues, I would have had them penned in for Anthony Davis, but his character doesn’t live up to Steeler standards.

19.  Atlanta (9-7) – Sergio Kindle, DE/OLB, Texas Sergio Kindle is a Brian Orakpo-type who can rush off the end, whether it be at linebacker or defensive end.

20.  Houston (9-7) – Kyle Wilson, CB, Boise State. Replacing Dunta Robinson won’t be easy, but getting Kyle Wilson will help stop the bleeding. He is also a force on special teams.

21.  Cincinnati (10-6) – Jermaine Gresham, TE, Oklahoma. Gresham was a playmaker at Oklahoma before he tore his ACL. He will be drafted here on the understanding that his knee is fine again. It doesn’t help that the Bengals desperately need a tight end.

22.  New England (10-6) – Brandon Graham, DE/OLB, Michigan. Brandon Graham is someone that you can see as a Patriot, as he can line up all over the field and create havoc in the offensive backfield.

23.  Green Bay (11-5) – Anthony Davis, OT, Rutgers. Green Bay gets a gift from Anthony Davis’s off-the-field personality, as a premier tackle talent falls all the way to 23. If he shows he cares just a little, he’ll be a superstar.

24.  Philadelphia (11-5) – Earl Thomas, S, Texas. A lot of insiders out of Philly think that they will try to trade up to grab Eric Berry. That would be a great deal, but Earl Thomas out of Texas isn’t too far back.

25.  Baltimore (9-7) – Arrelious Benn, WR, Illinois. The Ravens have made a great attempt to make their offense better by signing Anquan Boldin. Adding a playmaker like Benn on the other side will make the offense much more formidable.

26.  Arizona (10-6) – Sean Weatherspoon, OLB, Missouri. I don’t think the Cardinals will be that good in 2010. However, someone has to try to replace Karlos Dansby, and Sean Weatherspoon is the best pure weakside linebacker in the draft.

27.  Dallas (11-5) – Bruce Campbell, OT, Maryland. With the release of 12-year veteran Flozell Adams, left tackle is now a need for the Cowboys. He is a bit of a reach, but if he can play like he can perform at the combine, he will be a star for the Cowboys down the line.

28.  San Diego (13-3) – Ryan Mathews, RB, Fresno State. Mathews will be a great complement to Darren Sproles, and more importantly, can step right in and produce where LT did last year.

29.  New York Jets (9-7) – Dan Williams, DT, Tennessee. The Jets have made many moves this offseason, but have yet to find a tackle to backup Kris Jenkins. They get their guy at 29.

30.  Minnesota (12-4) – Colt McCoy, QB, Texas. This is the decision I think the Vikings go with, regardless of the Brett Farve situation. Even if he comes back, he can take a year off to learn from one of the best quarterbacks of our generation.

31.  Indianapolis (14-2) – Brian Price, DT, UCLA. Indianapolis has been known for year’s to be undersized up the middle. Brian Price is another defensive tackle who should go much higher, but the talent at the top makes Price look a little worse than he is.

32.  New Orleans (13-3) – Jared Odrick, DL, Penn State. New Orleans needs a safety mostly, but the three worth picking in the first round will be long gone by pick 32. They will go for the best available player on defense, and Jared Odrick is that guy.

Obviously, this will be changing by the minute when the draft starts as teams start to wheel and deal. So be sure to check back in when the draft is on for live streaming coverage of the NFL Draft!