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Whose Mock Drafts Do You "Respect" The Most?

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While mock drafts aren't nearly as plentiful at "brackets" for March Madness are, there are still plenty of them to go around. Some of them might get a bit tiresome after awhile (another change in this week's SB Nation mock draft for the Browns?), but some of them are highly anticipated, whether it be due to how big of a media figure the writer is, the commentary they provide in their write-ups, the accuracy of their picks to the actual draft, or something more silly like whether or not they look like an alien.

Some of the "big name" mock drafters include the likes of Mel Kiper, Todd McShay, and Rich Gosselin. There are also local people who do mock drafts, such as our version here at DBN or someone like Tony Grossi of the Plain Dealer.

My questions to you include the following: do you have a favorite person who does mock drafts (i.e. you find yourself "respecting" their mocks more than everyone else's)? If so, what separates them from other individuals? The person doesn't have to be a well-known person; heck, maybe you just like to see your buddy's mock draft because you think he knows college football players inside and out.

Side note: the writer's SB Nation mock draft begins in a few days, so I will be basing my No. 6 overall pick on my interests combined with the overall consensus of the DBN community. Also, if you've never heard of Mocking the Draft, check it out; they do a great job previewing the NFL Draft for our network.