"From my perspective, when I put his first tape on and was able to see him all week at the Senior Bowl, the first thing I thought of was (San Francisco 49ers tackle and former CMU star) Joe Staley," Mayock said when gushing about Fisher, "and I thought he's better than Joe Staley, which says a lot."
Previous Pick: Smith
5. Detroit Lions - Damontre Moore, DE, Texas A&M - The Lions could be in the market for Cliff Avril's replacement and Moore seems like the best fit for Detroit's wide-9 scheme.
"There are going to be a lot of people that think Damontre Moore is that guy (for Cleveland), and Damontre Moore has a lot of talent and might be one of those guys," Mayock said.
Previous Pick: Barkevious Mingo, DE/OLB, LSU
6. Cleveland Browns - Barkevious Mingo, DE/OLB, LSU - New Browns defensive coordinator Ray Horton ran the 3-4 in Arizona, but Cleveland has been running the 4-3 and has some pieces it doesn't want to scrap. That might make Mingo, a versatile player who can fit either scheme as an edge player, an attractive option.
"I have him at the end of the first round," Mayock said when talking about Mingo. "Lot of people have him in the top 10; I have him at the end of the first round. He's got a little stiffness to him. He obviously runs very fast. When the ball goes away from him, he's fantastic. He's a run and chase linebacker. He's got upside as a pass-rusher."
Previous Pick: Moore
7. Arizona Cardinals - Geno Smith, QB, West Virginia - New coach Bruce Arians did wonders with a rookie quarterback in Indianapolis last season and while Smith is no Andrew Luck, he is a big upgrade over Kevin Kolb and John Skelton.
"With Geno Smith, I see flashes of everything you want in a top-10 quarterback," Mayock said. "I see a lot more inconsistency, though, than I see those flashes. So he, to me, there is a real risk-reward scenario there."
Previous Pick: Barkley
8. Buffalo Bills - Cordarrelle Patterson, WR, Tennessee - The re-signing of Tarvaris Jackson likely means new coach Doug Marrone is content to wait for his old college quarterback, Ryan Nassib, in the second round. Patterson has the highest ceiling among this year's group of receivers, a raw, rangy big-play threat who could complement Stevie Johnson if he can focus more and stop rounding off his routes.
"From a height, width, speed, talent perspective, (Patterson) might be one of the most talented physical specimens in this class," Mayock said. "I think he's taking your breath away from the ability to make plays especially after he gets the ball in his hands. He's a special talent."
Previous Pick: Mike Glennon, QB, North Carolina State
9. New York Jets - Jarvis Jones, DE/OLB, Georgia - Jones played in a 4-3 at Georgia, but 3-4 teams like him also. With Calvin Pace and Bart Scott jettisoned, the Jets get lucky here when Jones drops into their laps, giving Rex Ryan the elite pass rusher he has lacked in North Jersey.
"He is an impact, explosive football player, and he's ready to play now," Mayock said when talking about Jones. "Now he had some medical issues, potential stenosis in his back. If he checks out medically, he's a top-10 player, and hopefully an impact player."
Previous Pick: Jones
10. Tennessee Titans - Chance Warmack, OG, Alabama - Perhaps the best football player in this year's draft, Warmack is a perfect choice for the Titans, who need an upgrade on the interior of the offensive line. Warmack is far quicker than his body indicates and excels at getting to the second level and walling off linebackers.