Pride of Detroit's 2011 NFL Mock Draft came to a close on Tuesday with the 64th overall pick being made. This brings the month-long mock with users from the site serving as general managers to an end just in time for the actual 2011 NFL Draft.
The Detroit Lions' two selections in the Pride of Detroit Mock Draft were California defensive end Cameron Jordan and New Mexico State cornerback Davon House. Jordan was taken with the 13th overall pick to give the Lions even more firepower on their defensive line. House was taken 44th overall to shore up depth at cornerback.
Every single pick made in the POD Mock Draft included a poll for readers to vote if they approved of the pick or not. The Lions' two picks each received an approval rating of 43 percent. In the first round, there were other picks that received much lower ratings. In the second round, however, that was the lowest approval rating given out.
For more on the Pride of Detroit Mock Draft, check out a recap of the first round, recap of the second round and page that kept track of all 64 picks.
SB Nation can get you ready for the 2011 NFL Draft with NFL mock drafts, draft projections, scouting reports, the full NFL Draft schedule and more. SB Nation will also have full coverage during the event at its NFL Draft hub and NFL Draft blog, Mocking The Draft. For more on the Detroit Lions, make sure to check out Pride Of Detroit and SB Nation Detroit's NFL Draft StoryStream.