Welcome to my 3rd annual mock draft.  I had a one hour AFA network special in the works, 
but then someone told me there is no AFA network.  I was disappointed.

This one was tougher to do then the previous ones, and I wouldn't be surprised if 1 or 2 
of these guys are there late 2nd or early 3rd.

Only one version this year, I promise, so enjoy!

1. Kansas City (via NY) - G9 Larry Warford Lots of holes to fill, but there is nobody on 
the roster to keep last year's 1st rounder RGIII upright so that is where KC goes. The 
last time the franchise had acquired the overall #1 they chose Robert Gallery.  Let's hope 
this works out better for them.  On a side note Warford would've fit very nicely on the 
Knights' OL, just saying.

2. Vegas - DL8 Sheldon Richardson
3. Vegas (via KC) - S8 Will Hill

Offensively Vegas is improved, but defensively they need help especially after 
surrendering the 2nd most points last year.  These 2 picks fill massive holes and will be 
received with open arms.

4. San Diego - CB8 Desmond Trufant

Best corner by far in a weak draft for the position is also the best fit for the Sun.  
With Brady and McCoy leading the offense, San Diego's defense might help the team sneak up 
on some people this year.

5. Hollywood - ILB8 Kiko Alonso

I think Hollywood is disappointed Trufant is gone and opts for the big play maker Mr. 
Alonso.  Kiko plays this season inside for the oft injured Cushing before moving outside 
next year as the rebuilding continues.

6. Krakow - WR Keenan Allen

Unlike his fall development team, Cam Newton will be happy his AFA side adds a top 

7. Albuquerque - Travis Frederick C7

A team suddenly with lots of questions the Rattlesnakes go with a safe pick in Frederick 
who should anchor the Oline for the next decade.

8. San Antonio - Alec Ogletree OLB7

Ogletree fits nicely right in between a good defensive line and secondary.

9. Oklahoma City - DT7 Star Lotulelie

Despite it taking me 5 times to spell his last name correctly Star is the pick here and 
will be a nice compliment to the Invaders' defense.

10. Chicago - DB8 Tyrann Mathieu

Ed Reed's replacement?  Had a couple of different ways to go here but Honey Badger came 
out the winner.

11. Minnesota - S7 Eric Reid

Patrick Peterson needs some help over the top and Eric Reid will be happy to provide it 
with some big hits.

12. Pittsburgh - S7 George Iloka

Run on safeties as the RoughRiders get both younger and better at the same time on 

13. Indianapolis - S7 Kenny Vaccaro

Could've gone RB or either line here, but another safety it is!  Kenny showed tons of 
promise before his injury.

14. Denver - G7 Kyle Long

Denver is usually good for taking the best player regardless of rating or need, so it's 
always tricky to predict what the Demons will do.  I think Long is going to be very hard 
to pass up here.

15. Alaska - DT8 Damon Harrison

Alaska is looking to get over the hump and actually win the Alt Bowl and end their streak 
of consecutive runner ups.  Harrison will fill in nicely on the DL as a run stopping 
monster and might help them do just that.

16. Arizona - CB8 William Gay

With Peyton at the helm Alt Bowl Champs Zona have to be thinking back to back.  With that 
in mind Gay fills a giant hole on the defense and seems like a logical pick despite his 
advanced age.