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Seven-Round 2011 NFL Mock Drafts Roundup: Jerrel Jernigan, Kendall Hunter Popular Falcons Mid-Rounders

Here's a look at seven obsessives who've predicted the entire 2011 NFL Draft. Each link goes to a complete seven-round mock draft, but let's talk about the Atlanta Falcons selections. As is custom, Adrian Clayborn is the most popular first-round pick, but take a look at that second round. Three of seven have Troy WR Jerrel Jernigan going to Atlanta, with another sending him Georgia Dome way in the third. That's about as close to a second-round consensus as you'll ever get.

Oklahoma State RB Kendall Hunter is named in two drafts as a third-rounder. Based on the list of players the team has worked out, picking Clayborn, Jernigan and Hunter would certainly make sense.

Beyond that, it's anyone's guess. Most are convinced the team needs offensive line, tight end and secondary help in addition to the positions listed above. Fans of good clean fun will hope that D.J. Williams pick comes true.

Seven seven-round mock drafts:

Mocking The Draft Sporting News*** FOX Sports Behind The Steel Curtain Draftsite Draft Tek FalcFans
Round one Trade w/ DEN* Brooks Reed, Arizona OLB Adrian Clayborn, Iowa DE Rudolph Justin Houston, Georgia LB Anthony Castonzo, Boston College OT Clayborn
Round two Jonathan Baldwin, Pitt WR; Martez Wilson, Illinois LB Kyle Rudolph, Notre Dame TE Jernigan Danny Watkins, Baylor OG Ras-I Dowling, Virginia CB Jernigan Jernigan
Round three Jerrel Jernigan, Troy WR Colin McCarthy, Miami OLB Jalil Brown, Colorado CB Kendall Hunter, Oklahoma State RB Lance Kendricks, Wisconsin TE Hunter D.J. Williams, Arkansas TE
Round four DeMarco Murray, Oklahoma RB Owen Spencer, NC State WR Luke Stocker, Tennessee TE Greg Salas, Hawaii WR Dion Lewis, Pitt RB Pierre Allen, Nebraska DE Shane Vereen, California RB
Round five Traded in Broncos deal Ricky Elmore, Arizona DE Keith Williams, Nebraska OG Cliff Matthews, South Carolina DE Darvin Adams, Auburn WR Dom DeCicco, Pitt SS Ryan Jones, NW Missouri State CB
Round six Greg McElroy, Alabama QB**; Ron Johnson, USC WR Ray Dominguez, Arkansas OT Armon Binns, Cincinnati WR Jeron Johnson, Boise State SS Tyrod Taylor, Virginia Tech QB***** Chris L. Rucker, Michigan State CB Scott Lutrus, UConn LB
Round seven Shiloh Keo, Idaho safety; Dion Lewis, Pitt RB Josh Portis, California QB; Delone Carter, Syracuse RB; Trevis Turner, Abilene OT Derrick Locke, Kentucky RB; Stanley Havili, USC FB**** Eric Gordon, Michigan State OLB; Ron Johnson Will Hill, Florida S******; Mike McNeil, Nebraska TE; David Carter, UCLA DT Scott Tolzien, Wisconsin QB; Schuylar Oordt, Northern Iowa TE; Jeremiha Hunter, Iowa ILB Kris Adams, UTEP WR

* For some second rounders and seventh rounders and stuff.

** To replace our current young, country-named Alabama QB!

*** Slower than all hell thanks to video autoplay on all seven pages.

**** Other seventh-round pick disappeared. I don't know.

***** Draft a Virginia Tech QB? Nothing ever goes wrong!

****** Guarantee you this will not happen.

The first round of the 2011 NFL Draft started at 8 p.m. (ET) on Thursday, April 28th, and SB Nation has everything you need to keep up with it: news, rumors, player profiles, scouting reports, the full NFL draft schedule, NFL mock drafts, draft projections and more. Check it all out at SB Nation's NFL Draft hub and our NFL Draft blog Mocking the Draft. For more Atlanta Falcons draft discussion, join The Falcoholic.

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