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Watching the Mocks: Final Edition

Posted Apr 25, 2013

One last compilation of mock drafts from around the web as the 2013 NFL Draft is just a few hours away.

In our final look at mock drafts across the web, predictions are all over the board with regards to the Broncos. Interestingly, three different Florida State players are projected to Denver with pick No. 28, and the vast majority of "experts" see defensive end Bjoern Werner headed to the Broncos.

Here's a look at the players some have predicted the Broncos will take with their first-round pick, followed by the experts that made those predictions.

Florida State DE Bjoern Werner

NFL Network's Mike Mayock

NFL Network's Melissa Stark

NFL.com's Daniel Jeremiah

NFL.com's Gil Brandt

NFL.com's Charley Casserly

NFL.com's Matt Smith

USA Today's Nate Davis (predicts a trade with Tampa Bay)

CBSSports.com's Rob Rang

CBSSports.com's Dane Brugler

CBSSports.com's Pete Prisco

CBSSports.com's Clark Judge

CBSSports.com's Will Brinson

UCLA DE Datone Jones

ESPN's Todd McShay

National Football Post's Russ Lande

Sports Illustrated's Peter King

Fox Sports' Peter Schrager

Florida State DE Tank Carradine

ESPN's Mel Kiper, Jr.

Bleacher Report's Matt Miller

Florida State CB Xavier Rhodes

Sports Illustrated's Don Banks

North Carolina State CB David Amerson

NFL.com's Bucky Brooks

North Carolina DT Sylvester Williams

NFL.com's Josh Norris

Georgia LB Alec Ogletree

NFL Network's Charles Davis

Purdue DT Kawann Short

NFL.com's Akbar Gbajabiamila

QB Geno Smith (predicts pick traded to Philadelphia)

CBSSports.com's Pat Kirwan

Two mock drafts went the full seven rounds. Here's a look at who Fox Sports' Schrager predicted as Denver's remaining picks:

LSU DE Sam Montgomery
UCLA RB Johnathan Franklin
Illinois CB Terry Hawthorne
California (Pa) S Rontez Miles
Louisiana Tech WR Myles White

And here's Bleacher Report's Miller's remaining predictions:
North Carolina RB Giovani Bernard
Georgia DT John Jenkins
Texas A&M RB Christine Michael
TCU WR Josh Boyce
SMU OLB Ja'Gared Davis