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Update on 2010 SB Nation NFL Mock Draft

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.

# Team Rec. Player Pos. College A %
1 St. Louis Rams 1-15 Sam Bradford QB Oklahoma 46%
2 Detroit Lions 2-14 Ndamukong Suh DT Nebraska 82%
3 Tampa Bay Buccaneers 3-13 Gerald McCoy DT Oklahoma 79%
4 Washington Redskins 4-12 Russell Okung OT Oklahoma State 73%
5 Kansas City Chiefs 4-12 Rolando McClain ILB Alabama 23%
6 Seattle Seahawks 5-11 Taylor Mays S USC 6%
7 Cleveland Browns 5-11 Eric Berry S Tennessee 87%
8 Oakland Raiders 5-11 Bryan Bulaga OT Iowa 31%
9 Buffalo Bills 6-10 Jimmy Clausen QB Notre Dame 42%
10 Jacksonville Jaguars 7-9 Joe Haden CB Florida 31%
11 Denver Broncos f/CHI Maurkice Pouncey C Florida 20%
12 Miami Dolphins 7-9 Earl Thomas S Texas 37%
13 San Francisco 49ers 8-8 Trent Williams OT Oklahoma 57%
14 Seattle Seahawks f/DEN C.J. Spiller RB Clemson 56%
15 New York Giants 8-8 Derrick Morgan DE Georgia Tech 39%
16 Tennessee Titans 8-8 Kyle Wilson CB Boise State 34%
17 San Francisco 49ers f/CAR Brandon Graham OLB Michigan 22%
18 Pittsburgh Steelers 9-7 Mike Iupati OG Idaho 51%
19 Atlanta Falcons 9-7 Sean Weatherspoon OLB Missouri 62%
20 Houston Texans 9-7 Dan Williams DT Tennessee 42%
21 Cincinnati Bengals 10-6 Dez Bryant WR Oklahoma State 59%
22 New England Patriots 10-6 Jared Odrick DE Penn State 30%
23 Green Bay Packers 11-5 Sergio Kindle OLB Texas 39%
24 Philadelphia Eagles 11-5 Anthony Davis OT Rutgers 26%
25 Baltimore Ravens 9-7 Jermaine Gresham TE Oklahoma 46%
26 Arizona Cardinals 10-6 Terrence Cody NT Alabama 16%
27 Dallas Cowboys 11-5 Jason Pierre-Paul OLB South Florida 11%
28 San Diego Chargers 13-3 Ryan Mathews RB Fresno State 57%
29 New York Jets 9-7 Jerry Hughes OLB TCU 31%
30 Minnesota Vikings 12-4 Devin McCourty CB Rutgers 47%
31 Indianapolis Colts 14-2 Charles Brown OT USC 61%
32 New Orleans Saints 13-3 Carlos Dunlap DE Florida 22%

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.