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Gosselin Again Reigns As King Of Mock Drafters

Rick Gosselin of the Dallas Morning News is the king of all mock drafters for 2011, according to The Huddle Report. Using a scoring system allotting one point for every player correctly placed in the first round and three if the player is also matched to the correct team, Gosselin totaled 53 points.

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This is the third time since the inception of the competition in 2001 that Gosselin has won it. He also had the best scores in 2003 and 2006. Gosselin also has the best five-year average among mock drafts that have been scored by THR, a 46.80.

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The top five mocks this year are as follows:

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  1. Gosselin (53 points)
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  3. Jason Boris, Times News (51)
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  5. Al Fronczak, East Coast Sports News (47)
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  7. Rob Rang, CBS Sports (47)
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  9. Dan Kadar (Mocking The Draft), Scott Wright (Draft Countdown), Doug Martz (Draft Board Guru) 46 points
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Umm ... where are Mel Kiper and Todd McShay?

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Here are the top five-year averages:

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  1. Gosselin, 46.80
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  3. Boris, 44.60
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  5. Mel Kiper Jr., ESPN (43.20)
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  7. Fronczak, 43.0
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  9. Robby Esch, The Huddle Report (42.60)
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