Last night's trade of Donovan McNabb from Philadelphia to Washington caused a temporary hiccup in production of the 2010 SB Nation NFL Mock Draft, which is taking place over at SB Nation's NFL Draft blog, Mocking the Draft. Thankfully, two things are true - we'd already completed our first round (during which Washington did not take a quarterback), and we weren't so far into the second round that we couldn't backtrack a tad and re-configure the second round to account for Philly's extra pick. Everything's been re-adjusted, and from what I can tell, the second round will keep chugging along as originally scheduled.
Speaking of that completed first round, you can see the entire results after the jump, complete with the percentage of SB Nation readers that graded each selection with an A. (In case you're wondering, our selection of QB Jimmy Clausen for Buffalo was a middle-of-the-pack finisher, beating out 16 of the other 31 picks made in said approval rating.) Each name after the jump will lead you to the pick analysis on Mocking the Draft, and once you're done perusing those results, we'll talk briefly about what's happened thus far in the second round.
Buffalo's second-round selection has been made, by the way, as of yesterday afternoon. It won't be announced officially until tomorrow (Tuesday) night, so feel free to grab a bandwagon in the comments section, and to scorn me when it comes to light that I didn't pick the guy you wanted me to pick.
As for the second round, four picks have become official. USC end Everson Griffen went to St. Louis. Cal back Jahvid Best went to Detroit. Notre Dame receiver Golden Tate now resides in Tampa, and Kansas City nabbed South Florida safety Nate Allen. Philadelphia's pick will air this afternoon, with Cleveland's to follow tonight. Nos. 39 (Oakland) and 40 (San Diego) will fill up time slots tomorrow, and our last pick in this mock draft, No. 41 overall, will air tomorrow night at 9PM ET (for you Lost fans, we'll discuss it more Wednesday morning).
As mentioned up top, grab a bandwagon - whom should we select for Buffalo in the second round? Plus, your thoughts on the first round are, of course, encouraged as well.