NFL Mock Draft: Rick Gosselin of the Dallas Morning News is frequently referred to as an NFL draft superstar for his ability to project who is going where. He did better than any other pundit in 2010 and guess how he did last night? He correctly pegged 14 of the 32 draft picks, which was by far the best job of any NFL pundit. (Since I know you care, I got 7 correct.) Gosselin’s most impressive hits were Jake Locker going 8th to Tennessee, Nick Fairley falling 13th to Detroit, Corey Liuget going 18th to San Diego, and Anthony Costanzo going 22nd to Indianapolis. Mel Kiper correctly predicted 9 picks, Todd McShay 8, and Peter King 7. [Dallas News]
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