Deseret News 2013 mock NFL draft: Star and Ziggy will make history for the state of Utah

Published: Wednesday, April 24 2013 3:18 p.m. MDT

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Ryan Talbot, Utah State Athletics
Here's a look at where prospects from Utah universities — besides Ansah and Lotulelei — were picked in five seven-round mock drafts:

Josh Norris, NFL.com:

Round 5: Pick 168. Joe Kruger, Utah DE, Ravens

Round 7: Pick 231. Kerwynn Williams, Utah State RB, Seahawks

Peter Schrager, FoxSports.com:

Round 4: Pick 129. Will Davis, Utah State CB, Ravens

Round 6: Pick 180. Moe Lee, Utah CB, 49ers

Round 6: Pick 203. Kerwynn Williams, Utah State RB, Ravens

Round 6: Pick 206. Joe Kruger, Utah DE, Steelers

Round 7: Pick 211. Braden Hansen, BYU OL, Lions

Round 7: Pick 241. Reggie Dunn, Utah WR/RS, Seahawks

Round 7: Pick 246. DeVonte Christopher, Utah WR, 49ers

Charlie Campbell, WalterFootball.com:

Round 4: Pick 120. Joe Kruger, Utah DE, Vikings

Round 5: Pick 144: Will Davis, Utah State CB, Saints

Dan Klausner, Bleeding Green Nation:

Round 3: Pick 85. Will Davis, Utah State CB, Redskins

Round 6: Pick 182. Kerwynn Williams, Utah State RB, Panthers

Round 7: Pick 219. Brad Sorensen, Southern Utah QB, Raiders

Round 7: Pick 224. Braden Brown, BYU OL, Dolphins

Matt Miller, Bleacher Report:

Round 4: Pick 111. Will Davis, Utah State CB, Dolphins

Round 7: Pick 229. Braden Brown, BYU OL, Vikings

Round 7: Pick 251. Brad Sorensen, Southern Utah QB, Bengals

Round 7: Pick 252. Sam Brenner, Utah OL, 49ers
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Mcallen, TX

Utes in the dark without a star while BYU zigs forward on cruise control.

Cedar City, Utah

Sorenson going to Oakland isn't bad. He may have a shot ot play there if he works as hard as everyone knows he can. USU's Williams going to the Seahawks is funny. They already have Turbin who didn't do much so why would they need Williams?


One for the money, two for the family, three get ready and. Go guys go! Best wishes.

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