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2011 NFL Draft Results: Complete First Round Aftermath

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The first round of the 2011 NFL is in the books and it was certainly a wild one for the Saints, who snagged two quality players in DE Cameron Jordan and RB Mark Ingram.

After the jump, however, you will find the results from the entire first round of the NFL draft alongside the results of our 2011 Canal Street Chronicles community mock draft so you can see just how well - or poorly - you all did with your mock selections.

Pick Team Actual 2011 Draft Selection CSC Community Mock Draft Pick Correct?
1 Carolina Panthers QB Cam Newton - Auburn QB Cam Newton - Auburn Yes
2 Denver Broncos LB Von Miller - Texas A&M DT Marcell Dareus - Alabama No (+5)
3 Buffalo Bills DT Marcell Dareus - Alabama QB Blaine Gabbert - Missouri No (+1)
4 Cincinnati Bengals WR A.J. Green - Georgia DE Da'Quan Bowers - Clemson No (+4)
5 Arizona Cardinals CB Patrick Peterson - LSU CB Patrick Peterson - LSU Yes
6 Atlanta Falcons (from Browns) WR Julio Jones - Alabama DE Cameron Jordan - Cal No (+4)
7 San Francisco 49ers DE Aldon Smith - Missouri LB Von Miller - Texas A&M No (+21)
8 Tennessee Titans QB Jake Locker - Washington WR A.J. Green - Georgia No
9 Dallas Cowboys OT Tyron Smith - USC CB Prince Amukamara - Nebraska No (+3)
10 Jacksonville Jaguars (From Redskins) QB Blaine Gabbert - Missouri WR Julio Jones - Alabama No (-7)
11 Houston Texans DE J.J.Watt - Wisconsin DE/OLB Robert Quinn - UNC No (+5)
12 Minnesota Vikings QB Christian Ponder - Florida St. OT Tyron Smith - USC No
13 Detroit Lions DT Nick Fairley - Auburn OT Anthony Castonzo - BC No (+1)
14 St. Louis Rams DE/OLB Robert Quinn - UNC DT Nick Fairley - Auburn No (-3)
15 Miami Dolphins OL Mike Pouncey - Florida RB Mark Ingram - Alabama No (+4)
16 Washington Redskins (From Jaguars) DE Ryan Kerrigan - Purdue DE J.J.Watt - Wisconsin No (+8)
17 New England Patriots OT Nate Solder - Colorado OT Derek Sherrod - Mississippi St. No (+6)
18 San Diego Chargers DT Corey Liuget - Illinois DT Muhammad Wilkerson - Temple No (+4)
19 New York Giants CB Prince Amukamara - Nebraska OL Mike Pouncey - Florida No (-10)
20 Tampa Bay Buccaneers DE Adrian Clayborn - Iowa DE Adrian Clayborn - Iowa Yes
21 Cleveland Browns (From Chiefs) DT Phil Taylor - Baylor DT Phil Taylor - Baylor Yes
22 Indianapolis Colts OT Anthony Castonzo - BC DT Corey Liuget - Illinois No (-9)
23 Philadelphia Eagles OT Nate Solder - Colorado G Danny Watkins - Baylor No
24 New Orleans Saints DE Cameron Jordan - Cal DE Ryan Kerrigan - Purdue No (-18)
25 Seattle Seahawks OT James Carpenter - Alabama QB Colin Kaepernick - Nevada No
26 Kansas City Chiefs (From Browns) WR Jonathan Baldwin - Pittsburgh CB Jimmy Smith - Colorado No
27 Baltimore Ravens CB Jimmy Smith - Colorado DE/OLB Justin Houston - Georgia No (-1)
28 New Orleans Saints (From Patriots RB Mark Ingram - Alabama DE Aldon Smith - Missouri No (-13)
29 Chicago Bears OT Gabe Carimi - Wisconsin OT Gabe Carimi - Wisconsin Yes
30 NY Jets DT Muhammad Wilkerson - Temple DE/OLB Akeem Ayers - UCLA No (-11)
31 Pittsburgh Steelers DT Cameron Heyward - Ohio St. CB Ras-I Dowling - Virginia No
32 Green Bay Packers OT Derek Sherrod - Mississippi St. CB Brandon Harris - Miami No (-15)

Canal Street Chronicles will be having a live open thread for Rounds Two and Three of the draft starting at 5 pm CT as well as plenty of post-draft coverage.

The second and third rounds of the 2011 NFL Draft start at 5 p.m. (CT) on Friday, April 29th and SB Nation has everything you need to prepare for it - NFL mock drafts, draft projections, scouting reports, the full NFL draft schedule and more. Check it all out at SB Nation's NFL Hub and our NFL Draft blog Mocking the Draft.