So I've noticed you guys have been doing a lot of mock drafts over here lately which is really great. In fact, I'd like to put them on the front page... but I'm going to need a few things from you first.
1. Write a good introduction to your mock. Aside from the obvious stuff like using capitals and punctuation and what not, I'd like to see you talk about your general philosophy. Maybe talk a bit about some changes you've made or give us some recent developments that may have influenced you. For a good example, check out the SB Nation mock draft.
2. Put the actual mock draft after the "jump." That's the thing below this very sentence.
3. This is not required, but it would be really great if you could at least give us a sentence or two on each pick. Again, you don't have to do this... but people like it and it makes for a better mock.
4. Somewhere in your headline include the phrase "NFL Mock Draft." If you're going to take the time to do a full mock draft, you might as well do what you can to make sure that people who are searching for mock drafts find yours. Putting "2011 NFL Mock Draft" is good as well. Here's a good example of a good headline.
OK, now go mock your faces off!