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  • 2021 TPB Members and Pundits Mock Drafts

    For all of our member mock drafts and mock drafts we see online. We will use the draft thread for all things draft outside of mocks. It will only clutter things.

    GBN just released their latest.

    My calendar doesn’t always align perfectly with the NFL’s. Now that Star Game action has concluded, as well as the Super Bowl crowning a 2020 season Champion in Tampa, it signals to me that we are heading into the next NFL year. That’s about 3 weeks from now to the NFL. As such, it really is the season to unveil way too many Mock Drafts. I call this my post-Senior Bowl Mock, mostly because of the calendar, but perhaps slightly influenced by what I saw in Mobile.

    Remember now, Pigskin does not believe in tricky trades, we’ll let Colin and Larry project some trading, I just stick to the Drafting. I am also factoring in what I think a team’s needs are, in conjunction with pure talent levels of the players. So away we go…
    1. JAGUARS TREVOR LAWRENCE QB CLEMSON This is a no brainer despite all the personnel shuffling within the organization.
    2. JETS KYLE PITTS RECEIVER FLORIDA He’s a hybrid who is an exceptional athlete, and a serious weapon for an offense lacking one. Help for Mr. DARNOLD, not his replacement.
    3. DOLPHINS JA’MARR CHASE WR LSU Tough choice here with those 2 ‘Bama receivers out there, but CHASE is bigger and stronger than SMITH/WADDLE and is also a TD maker.
    4. FALCONS JAYLEN WADDLE WR/RS ALABAMA FALCONS restructured their WR group last year, with mike results, and JULIO is showing some age. WADDLE will also make a great weapon on returns.
    5. BENGALS PENEI SEWELL OT OREGON The best OT this team has added since ANTHONY MUNOZ. BURROW is their young star that got destroyed last season trying to play behind a poor OL. Gotta fix that, especially on the edges.
    6. EAGLES DeVONTA SMITH WR/RS ALABAMA The only risk about SMITH is his size, or lack thereof. However, he is mercurial with speed and moves. Teammate NAJEE HARRIS called him the “Slim Reaper” in Mobile. He kills defenses. I can’t believe I already have 3 wideouts and a TE gone in 6 PICKS. Neither can you, I’d bet.
    7. LIONS ZACH WILSON QB BYU The Lions will have GOFF to hold the fort for a while as their starter, until they can afford to dump his cap hit impact. Here is their new leader.
    8. PANTHERS JUSTIN FIELDS QB OHIO ST Get your QB’s while they last. BRIDGEWATER is functional while FIELDS is nurtured for a year or two. He needs it.
    9. BRONCOS MICAH PARSONS OB PENN ST The Broncos need a lot, and this will really tighten up their LB group, especially if VON MILLER is on the downslope.
    10. COWBOYS GREGORY ROUSSEAU DE/ER MIAMI (F) Right now, he’s pretty much just an Edge Rusher, but they will try to turn him into a better all around defender, ala JPP.
    11. GIANTS PATRICK SURTAIN CB ALABAMA Has the size, athleticism, and pedigree to start in the League. They need a franchise WR, but the best are already gone.
    12. 49’ers RASHAWN SLATER OT/OG NORTHWESTERN Opted out of the 2020 Covid season, but after looking at 2019 tape, a lot of teams look at him as an instant starter, though it may be at OG/C.
    13. CHARGERS CHRISTIAN BARMORE DL ALABAMA 4th of SABAN’s boys, with more to come. Big guy, with explosion and versatility to play inside and outside. Still developing.
    14. VIKINGS JAELAN PHILLIPS DE MIAMI (F) Should make a nice bookend with a healthy HUNTER on one side. Shows the athleticism to play all downs, and set the edge vs. the run.
    15. PATRIOTS CALEB FARLEY CB VA TECH I have no clue what BELICHICK has in mind for his QB slot. I also hear all the talk about trading GILMORE for Cap purposes. This kid should be special.
    16. CARDINALS TRAVIS ETIENNE RB CLEMSON First RB of the Draft, but far from the last. Gives KYLER a multiple skills RB with good size, good speed, and good hands for receiving.
    17. RAIDERS TREY LANCE QB N. DAKOTA ST A GRUDEN Pick all the way. MAYOCK just grits his teeth on this one. GRUDEN is frustrated that CARR seems maxed out as an NFL QB. If you will remember, CHUCKY collects QB’s to develop.
    18. DOLPHINS NAJEE HARRIS RB ALABAMA Harris is special, both on and off the field, as we learned in Mobile. DOLPHINS need a big back that can run and catch. HARRIS proved he can do it all in 2020.
    19. WASHINGTON MAC JONES QB ALABAMA Neither ALEX SMITH, nor KYLE ALLEN are the long term answer. JONES is smart and throws a nice ball. He won kudos in Mobile.
    20. BEARS CHRISTIAN DARRISAW OT VA TECH A big mauler that is athletic. DA BEARS have perhaps the worst OT group in the League, after the Bengals. But they continually ignore their OL group. They probably will again, until Day 3, but they shouldn’t.
    21. COLTS ALIJAH VERA-TUCKER OG/T SOUTHERN CAL I think they would have loved DARRISAW, but so it goes. This guy had a stellar season for the Trojans out at LT. Maybe not long enuf for OT in the NFL, but good enough to start somewhere and upgrade the OL.
    22. TITANS ZAVEN COLLINS OB TULSA Perhaps the biggest riser in this Draft class after a monster 2020 season. An every down LB. VRABEL will luv him and make him a special project.
    23. JETS JAVONTE WILLIAMS RB UNC Here they are again, and here is another answer to make DARNOLD better. This power back has soft hands and better burst and acceleration than many people realize.
    24. STEELERS LANDON DICKERSON OC/G ALABAMA Big, strong guy and a team leader. Rehabbing a knee injury, but should be fine. Big body, with an even bigger heart. Will start before the 2021 season is over.
    25. JAGUARS KADARIUS TONEY WR/RS FLORIDA An explosive player that cannot be covered and shut down. Will fit in well with their possession style receivers and their new QB.
    26. BROWNS TREVON MOEHRIG S TCU A really smart player, and was athletic enough to start his college career at CB. If they can just keep WARD & GREEDY healthy, this gives them an excellent secondary… period.
    27. RAVENS PAT FREIERMUTH TE PENN ST This big boy reminds some of GRONK. The big key is that LAMAR luvs good TE’s to throw to. Look for this guy and ANDREWS on the field at the same time by mid-season.
    28. SAINTS AZEEZ OJULARI OB/ER GEORGIA Elite athlete who is still learning the nuances of playing LB, but knows how to edge rush. Should help the Saints pass rush numbers immediately. Helps add youth as well, to an aging roster.
    29. PACKERS JAYCEE HORN CB SOUTH CAROLINA The best receivers are gone for now, AARON. However, we all saw KEVIN KING get scorched in the Play-Off loss to Tampa. Horn is cocky, but also very good. Potential shut down Corner opposite ALEXANDER.
    30. BILLS NICK BOLTON LB MISSOURI There are a handful of teams that really like Bolton, who is productive and has a high FBI. I think he fits that BILLS Defense nicely. He’s barely 6′ tall, but the tape says his arms are quite long, which makes all the difference.
    31. CHIEFS JOE TRYON ER/DE WASHINGTON MAHOMES does NOT need another weapon right now, but based on 2020 season numbers, they need sone fresh blood in their pass rush group. TRYON may be a cheap replacement for OKAFOR, with higher top end potential.
    32. BUCS LEVI ONWUZURIKE DT WASHINGTON Interesting guy that shows some burst off the snap and can pressure up the middle. They may be replacing a guy named SUH for 2021. They are short along the DL on that depth chart, especially without SUH.

    There it is. Flail away at it. I can guarantee it’s gonna look significantly different as the months march on toward April. I will also begin my yearly Team Mocks in March.

    Cheers

    Pigskin

  • #2
    The big DT, with Farley still on the board? Well....at least he didn't have us taking Darrisaw....
    Lone Bolt's 1st Round Clusta-Sewell gone...no QBs needed
    Micah Parsons LB
    Rashawn Slater OT/OG
    Patrick Surtain CB
    Caleb Farley CB
    Ja'Marr Chase WR
    Kyle Pitts TE
    Jeremiah Owosu-Koramoah LB
    Alijah Vera-Tucker OG
    Jaycee Horn CB

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    • #3
      AVT falls all the way to #21? Jeremiah is a bullfrog who croaks his disagreement...

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      • #4
        Barmore gets a lot of penetration, really alert, good with his hands on pass deflections, forced fumbles. Depends on what we do or not do in FA, what the choices are at 13 on draft day, what Staley plans for OL & DL.
        I favor OT but Barmore might be just what Staley wants in his 3/4 front with top 2 OL gone.

        ps: Oh yeah! I remember something about Staley likes to build D back to front. Probably Farley if we take D in that mock.

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        • #5
          A lot to be desired in that mock imo.
          Mark it down again..... Raiders likely aren't picking a QB early if they pick one at all.

          Dickerson first round with all his injuries? I'm gonna question the Lions pick as well.

          Perhaps at worst they want to move Goff's contract but Lance? Lol. Well it's the Lions and they did take on Goff's contract.
          Goff is a Much better QB than Lance will be.

          For us I actually don't have a problem with Barmore. Just think with Farley on the board, he may be the pick but as usual, got to see what FA'cy results are

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          • #6
            I needed a mock to start this thread with. lol

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            • #7
              Chad Reuter 3 Round Mock

              With the NFL Scouting Combine changing formats this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Reese's Senior Bowl was the last opportunity NFL scouts and decision-makers will have to see such a large cluster of top-level talent compete for positioning in the 2021 NFL Draft.

              Most who excelled at the Senior Bowl are listed in my first mock draft of the year. Quarterback Mac Jones (Alabama) played well enough during practices to secure first-round grades. Edge rusher Carlos "Boogie" Basham was dominant at the point of attack, showing that his relative drop in production in 2020 should not overshadow his talents. Receivers lacking size but displaying great quickness made names for themselves, with D'Wayne Eskridge (Western Michigan), Cade Johnson (South Dakota State) and Amari Rodgers (Clemson) turning heads. Small-school offensive linemen Quinn Meinerz (Wisconsin-Whitewater) and Dillon Radunz (North Dakota State) backed up their tape with outstanding performances against FBS stars.

              Another dozen Senior Bowlers could be in the first-to-third-round mix come April, but they just missed the cut here due to fierce competition. About 60 to 70 underclassmen and seniors who were not in attendance in Mobile, Alabama, will also be fighting to go in the first three rounds, so some worthy candidates will have to wait until Day 3 to hear their names called.

              The free-agent compensatory picks listed in this exercise are based on my colleague Lance Zierlein's projections from last April. The official list will be made available by the league in the weeks to come. Four additional picks were added to the end of the third round for franchises losing minority employees to head coach or general manager positions throughout the league. These teams gain a third-round compensatory selection in 2022, as well. The San Francisco 49ers will also receive a third-round compensatory pick in the 2023 draft because two of their employees were hired away this cycle (Robert Saleh by the Jets; Martin Mayhew by Washington). The two tiers of compensatory picks are listed based on record and strength of schedule.

              The Matthew Stafford-Jared Goff trade between the Lions and Rams, which included L.A. sending a 2021 third-round pick to Detroit, is factored into this mock. However, it is not yet clear which of the Rams' two third-round picks the Lions will receive once the trade becomes official on March 17. For now, I'm assuming it will be the Rams' original selection.

              Pick
              1
              Jacksonville Jaguars
              Trevor Lawrence · QB

              School: Clemson | Year: Junior




              This is not a complicated decision for new coach Urban Meyer, as Lawrence possesses all of the characteristics you'd want in a professional quarterback. The Meyer-Lawrence Era starts now.

              Pick
              2
              Carolina Panthers
              Zach Wilson · QB

              PROJECTED TRADE WITH JETS




              School: BYU | Year: Junior




              Head coach Robert Saleh and offensive coordinator Mike LaFleur might believe Sam Darnold can rebound in a new system, just like Ryan Tannehill did when the Dolphins dealt the veteran to the Titans. If that's the case, the Jets should trade out of the No. 2 pick and get maximum value in return.




              For the Panthers, Wilson could be the playmaker at quarterback they need to take the offense to the next level. Carolina will likely have to give up its first-, third-, and fourth-round selections this year along with a first- and third-rounder in 2022, but Matt Rhule and new GM Scott Fitterer will have their guy.

              Pick
              3
              Miami Dolphins
              Penei Sewell · OT

              School: Oregon | Year: Junior




              The Dolphins pick the top prospect on the board, building around Tua Tagovailoa. They become the first team to select offensive tackles in consecutive first rounds in a decade (Packers took Bryan Bulaga in 2010 and Derek Sherrod in '11; Seahawks took Russell Okung in 2010 and James Carpenter in '11). Sewell can play left or right tackle, allowing Dolphins coaches to maximize the services of second-year players Austin Jackson and Robert Hunt.

              Pick
              4
              Atlanta Falcons
              Justin Fields · QB

              School: Ohio State | Year: Junior




              Fields has the athleticism to run the play-action offense that new coach Arthur Smith operated in Tennessee with Ryan Tannehill.

              Pick
              5
              Cincinnati Bengals
              Kyle Pitts · TE

              School: Florida | Year: Junior




              Pitts is the top pass catcher in the draft. With Penei Sewell off the board, Cincinnati will wait until Rounds 2 and/or 3 to get Joe Burrow some help on the offensive line. If the Bengals go with the Florida product, it would be the third time in the past 12 drafts that they selected a tight end in the first round (Jermaine Gresham in 2010, Tyler Eifert in '13).

              Pick
              6
              Philadelphia Eagles
              Patrick Surtain II · CB

              School: Alabama | Year: Junior




              The Eagles could take a receiver here, but no team has selected first-round wideouts in consecutive drafts in 15 years, and I don't see that streak ending with Philly. Instead, the Eagles nab a much-needed shutdown corner in Surtain, who will be the highest-rated defender on many teams' draft boards.

              Pick
              7
              Detroit Lions
              Trey Lance · QB

              School: North Dakota State | Year: Sophomore (RS)




              After the Lions traded for Jared Goff and a bundle of draft picks, new coach Dan Campbell said the team was building toward two years from now. Well, selecting the athletic, strong-armed, but inexperienced Lance to learn for a couple of years behind Goff is in that same vein.

              Pick
              8
              New York Jets
              Ja'Marr Chase · WR

              PROJECTED TRADE WITH PANTHERS




              School: LSU | Year: Junior




              The Jets find another weapon for Sam Darnold in Chase, a strong deep threat who will complement Denzel Mims and Jamison Crowder in the team's receiving corps.

              Pick
              9
              Denver Broncos
              Micah Parsons · LB

              School: Penn State | Year: Junior




              If Drew Lock is the Broncos' starting QB again in 2021, or if the team finds a veteran to compete with Lock instead of drafting one early, then shoring up the defense with a stud like Parsons makes all kinds of sense.

              Pick
              10
              Dallas Cowboys
              Gregory Rousseau · Edge rusher

              School: Miami | Year: Sophomore (RS)




              Rousseau is just scratching the surface of his potential. His strength and length on the edge will help him become a force that the Cowboys could definitely use if soon-to-be free agents Tyrone Crawford and Aldon Smith get new addresses this spring.

              Pick
              11
              New York Giants
              DeVonta Smith · WR

              School: Alabama | Year: Senior




              Typically, GM Dave Gettleman would look to improve the front seven with this pick. But Smith's value is too high to ignore, despite his lean frame. Gettleman's first-round pick from two years ago, quarterback Daniel Jones, will appreciate the explosive, tough and reliable Smith.


              DeVonta Smith: 'I'm going to be the hardest worker' on the team that drafts me

              Pick
              12
              San Francisco 49ers
              Caleb Farley · CB

              School: Virginia Tech | Year: Junior (RS)




              Starting corners Richard Sherman and Jason Verrett will be free agents in March. Farley's versatility would allow the 49ers to play him outside or at safety if they require help there in the future.

              Pick
              13
              Los Angeles Chargers
              Rashawn Slater · OT

              School: Northwestern | Year: Senior




              Most 6-foot-4 tackles are not chosen in the top half of the first round, but Slater could be the outlier thanks to his formidable blocking and nasty attitude. Adding a player with Slater's ability and demeanor should help Justin Herbert continue to develop in Year 2.

              Pick
              14
              Washington Football Team
              Mac Jones · QB

              PROJECTED TRADE WITH VIKINGS




              School: Alabama | Year: Junior (RS)




              Alex Smith's comeback is an amazing story, but at 36, with noticeable mobility issues, he's no longer a quarterback Washington can confidently build around. Last time the franchise drafted a big, strong-armed passer … it didn't work out. Maybe this time the team will take a guy who can operate an efficient offense that will give its outstanding defense a break. To beat out competitors for Jones, such as the Patriots and Saints, new GM Martin Mayhew might need to give up a second-round pick in this draft and the next to move up.

              Pick
              15
              Jacksonville Jaguars
              Christian Darrisaw · OT

              PROJECTED TRADE WITH PATRIOTS




              School: Virginia Tech | Year: Junior




              In a draft without a lot of pure left tackle prospects, the Jaguars swap 1s with New England and give up fourth- and fifth-round picks (they have an extra in each round due to trades) to grab a stable force on the blind side. Trevor Lawrence needs to be protected and Cam Robinson is set to become a free agent.

              Pick
              16
              Arizona Cardinals
              Jaylen Waddle · WR

              School: Alabama | Year: Junior




              The Cardinals could really use a playmaker to help Kyler Murray and DeAndre Hopkins. Despite Waddle's explosiveness, his size (5-foot-10, 182 pounds, per school measurements) might keep him from landing within the top dozen picks. (Tavon Austin is the only wideout selected in the top 15 overall picks who measured at 5-foot-10 or shorter at the NFL combine over the past 20 years).

              Pick
              17
              Las Vegas Raiders
              Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah · LB

              School: Notre Dame | Year: Junior (RS)




              The Raiders like "football players" from successful programs and are in need of more talent in the front seven. Picking JOK meets those criteria, as the linebacker lays waste to any ball carrier who enters his sights.

              Pick
              18
              Miami Dolphins
              Zaven Collins · LB

              School: Tulsa | Year: Junior (RS)




              Although the Dolphins will likely focus on offense in the early rounds, they shouldn't ignore the need for young playmakers at the second level of their defense. Collins is an all-around talent too valuable to fall much lower.

              Pick
              19
              Minnesota Vikings
              Jaelan Phillips · Edge rusher

              PROJECTED TRADE WITH WASHINGTON




              School: Miami | Year: Junior (RS)




              The Vikings had one of the worst pass rushes in the league in 2020, and smartly traded Yannick Ngakoue when it was clear the season was not going as planned. Phillips possesses a nice combination of pass-rush ability and strength to hold the line of scrimmage.

              Pick
              20
              Chicago Bears
              Jalen Mayfield · OT

              School: Michigan | Year: Sophomore (RS)




              Upgrading the Bears' offensive line will help Mitch Trubisky -- or whomever is under center in Chicago -- and Matt Nagy operate more efficiently in 2021. The powerful Mayfield could start at tackle or guard at the next level.

              Pick
              21
              Cleveland Browns
              Nick Bolton · LB

              PROJECTED TRADE WITH COLTS




              School: Missouri | Year: Junior




              The Browns will no longer be satisfied with just making the playoffs; they want to engulf the entire enchilada. Bolton is a similar interior playmaker to Devin Bush, whom the hated-rival Steelers traded up for two years ago. Cleveland will send Indy one of its two fourth-round picks and a sixth-round selection in the deal.

              Pick
              22
              Tennessee Titans
              Azeez Ojulari · Edge rusher

              School: Georgia | Year: Sophomore (RS)




              It's tough to see Jadeveon Clowney and Tennessee re-upping on a deal this spring. Ojulari is not the tallest edge defender available (listed at 6-3), but he has the quickness to handle all assignments while possessing strong hands as a pass rusher.

              Pick
              23
              New York Jets
              Najee Harris · RB

              School: Alabama | Year: Senior




              Frank Gore is an all-timer, but the Jets cannot rely on the 37-year-old to be their primary ball carrier in 2021. Harris' combination of size, agility and toughness makes him the most likely running back to go in Round 1.


              Pick
              24
              Pittsburgh Steelers
              Alijah Vera-Tucker · OT

              School: USC | Year: Junior (RS)




              The Steelers are looking to get tougher up front. Vera-Tucker will certainly do that at left tackle, if Alejandro Villaneuva leaves as a free agent.

              Pick
              25
              New England Patriots
              Jaycee Horn · CB

              PROJECTED TRADE WITH JAGUARS




              School: South Carolina | Year: Junior




              If the Patriots can't get the quarterback they want in the first round, they could trade back, add some assets and then probably address their defense. With Jason McCourty a free agent this year, and Stephon Gilmore potentially on the market in 2022, picking up another former Gamecock in Horn makes sense.

              Pick
              26
              Indianapolis Colts
              Kadarius Toney · WR

              PROJECTED TRADE WITH BROWNS




              School: Florida | Year: Senior




              It seems unlikely the Colts will find a quarterback in the 20s who can step in and immediately replace the retired Phillip Rivers. If T.Y. Hilton hits the open market, Toney's quickness off the line of scrimmage and elusiveness with the ball in his hands will make him a solid replacement.

              Pick
              27
              Baltimore Ravens
              Kwity Paye · Edge rusher

              School: Michigan | Year: Senior




              In typical Ravens fashion, they patiently wait for the process to play out and a player of value becomes available. Paye has the agility to play standing up and fits a major area of need for Baltimore, with Matt Judon, Yannick Ngakoue, Pernell McPhee and Tyus Bowser all set to become free agents.

              Pick
              28
              New Orleans Saints
              Levi Onwuzurike · DT

              School: Washington | Year: Senior (RS)




              Sheldon Rankins, the Saints' first-round pick five years ago, could be replaced by another if the veteran finds greener pastures elsewhere in free agency. Onwuzurike's clearly the top 3-technique tackle in this draft.

              Pick
              29
              Green Bay Packers
              Ifeatu Melifonwu · CB

              School: Syracuse | Year: Junior (RS)




              The Packers had one of the best offenses in the NFL despite not drafting a receiver last year, so let's assume they stick with that approach and instead try to find a physical, long corner to replace probable free-agent loss Kevin King.

              Pick
              30
              Buffalo Bills
              Teven Jenkins · OT

              School: Oklahoma State | Year: Senior (RS)




              Tackles Daryl Williams and Ty Nsekhe are free agents, so the Bills might need a new right tackle like Jenkins to improve their ability to rush the ball and protect budding star Josh Allen.

              Pick
              31
              Kansas City Chiefs
              Carlos Basham Jr. · Edge rusher

              School: Wake Forest | Year: Senior (RS)




              Free agency could leave a large hole in the Chiefs' defensive line. Basham's strength and length make him a nice replacement for whichever veteran (Tanoh Kpassagnon, Alex Okafor and/or Taco Charlton) does not return.

              Pick
              32
              Tampa Bay Buccaneers
              Joe Tryon · Edge rusher

              School: Washington | Year: Junior (RS)




              Tryon's a big-bodied edge rusher who can also move well in space for his size. The Bucs need youth in the front seven, especially if pending free agent Shaq Barrett finds a new address.


              Pick
              33
              Jacksonville Jaguars
              Eric Stokes · CB

              School: Georgia | Year: Junior

              Pick
              34
              New York Jets
              Joseph Ossai · Edge rusher

              School: Texas | Year: Junior

              Pick
              35
              Atlanta Falcons
              Travis Etienne · RB

              School: Clemson | Year: Senior

              Pick
              36
              Miami Dolphins
              Landon Dickerson · C

              School: Alabama | Year: Senior (RS)

              Pick
              37
              Philadelphia Eagles
              Terrace Marshall · WR

              School: LSU | Year: Junior

              Pick
              38
              Cincinnati Bengals
              Jayson Oweh · Edge rusher

              School: Penn State | Year: Sophomore (RS)

              Pick
              39
              Carolina Panthers
              Dillon Radunz · OT

              School: North Dakota State | Year: Senior (RS)

              Pick
              40
              Denver Broncos
              Trevon Moehrig · S

              School: TCU | Year: Junior

              Pick
              41
              Detroit Lions
              Rashod Bateman · WR

              School: Minnesota | Year: Junior

              Pick
              42
              New York Giants
              Christian Barmore · DT

              School: Alabama | Year: Sophomore (RS)

              Pick
              43
              San Francisco 49ers
              Josh Myers · C

              School: Ohio State | Year: Junior (RS)

              Pick
              44
              Dallas Cowboys
              Keith Taylor · CB

              School: Washington | Year: Senior

              Pick
              45
              Jacksonville Jaguars
              Hunter Long · TE

              School: Boston College | Year: Junior (RS)

              Pick
              46
              New England Patriots
              Rondale Moore · WR

              School: Purdue | Year: Junior

              Pick
              47
              Los Angeles Chargers
              Greg Newsome II · CB

              School: Northwestern | Year: Junior

              Pick
              48
              Las Vegas Raiders
              Marvin Wilson · DT

              School: Florida State | Year: Senior

              Pick
              49
              Arizona Cardinals
              Javonte Williams · RB

              School: North Carolina | Year: Junior 

              Pick
              50
              Miami Dolphins
              Tutu Atwell · WR

              School: Louisville | Year: Junior 

              Pick
              51
              Minnesota Vikings
              Andre Cisco · S

              PROJECTED TRADE WITH WASHINGTON




              School: Syracuse | Year: Junior

              Pick
              52
              Chicago Bears
              Tamorrion Terry · WR

              School: Florida State | Year: Junior (RS)

              Pick
              53
              Tennessee Titans
              Pat Freiermuth · TE

              School: Penn State | Year: Junior

              Pick
              54
              Indianapolis Colts
              Samuel Cosmi · OT

              School: Texas | Year: Junior (RS)

              Pick
              55
              Pittsburgh Steelers
              Chazz Surratt · LB

              School: North Carolina | Year: Senior (RS) 

              Pick
              56
              Seattle Seahawks
              Alex Leatherwood · OT

              School: Alabama | Year: Senior 

              Pick
              57
              Los Angeles Rams
              Aaron Robinson · CB

              School: UCF | Year: Senior (RS)

              Pick
              58
              Baltimore Ravens
              Nico Collins · WR

              School: Michigan | Year: Senior

              Pick
              59
              Cleveland Browns
              Rashad Weaver · Edge rusher

              School: Pittsburgh | Year: Senior (RS)

              Pick
              60
              New Orleans Saints
              Asante Samuel Jr. · CB

              School: Florida State | Year: Junior 

              Pick
              61
              Buffalo Bills
              Jabril Cox · LB

              School: LSU | Year: Senior (RS)

              Pick
              62
              Green Bay Packers
              Elijah Molden · CB

              School: Washington | Year: Senior 

              Pick
              63
              Kansas City Chiefs
              Liam Eichenberg · OT

              School: Notre Dame | Year: Senior (RS)

              Pick
              64
              Tampa Bay Buccaneers
              Daviyon Nixon · DT

              School: Iowa | Year: Junior (RS)


              Pick
              65
              Jacksonville Jaguars
              Elerson Smith · Edge rusher

              School: Northern Iowa | Year: Junior (RS)

              Pick
              66
              New York Jets
              Dylan Moses · LB

              School: Alabama | Year: Senior

              Pick
              67
              Houston Texans
              D'Wayne Eskridge · WR

              School: Western Michigan | Year: Senior (RS)

              Pick
              68
              Atlanta Falcons
              Ronnie Perkins · Edge rusher

              School: Oklahoma | Year: Junior

              Pick
              69
              Cincinnati Bengals
              Wyatt Davis · OG

              School: Ohio State | Year: Junior (RS)

              Pick
              70
              Philadelphia Eagles
              Patrick Jones II · Edge rusher

              School: Pittsburgh | Year: Senior (RS)

              Pick
              71
              Denver Broncos
              Jackson Carman · OT

              School: Clemson | Year: Junior

              Pick
              72
              Detroit Lions
              Quincy Roche · Edge rusher

              School: Miami | Year: Senior (RS) 

              Pick
              73
              New York Jets
              Shaun Wade · CB

              PROJECTED TRADE WITH PANTHERS




              School: Ohio State | Year: Junior (RS)

              Pick
              74
              Washington Football Team
              Amari Rodgers · WR

              School: Clemson | Year: Senior

              Pick
              75
              Dallas Cowboys
              Brevin Jordan · TE

              School: Miami | Year: Junior

              Pick
              76
              New York Giants
              Creed Humphrey · C

              School: Oklahoma | Year: Junior (RS)

              Pick
              77
              Los Angeles Chargers
              Jordan Smith · Edge rusher

              School: UAB | Year: Junior (RS) 

              Pick
              78
              Minnesota Vikings
              Kyle Trask · QB

              School: Florida | Year: Senior (RS)

              Pick
              79
              Arizona Cardinals
              Hamilcar Rashed Jr. · Edge rusher

              School: Oregon State | Year: Senior (RS)

              Pick
              80
              Las Vegas Raiders
              Jevon Holland · S

              School: Oregon | Year: Junior 

              Pick
              81
              Miami Dolphins
              Frank Darby · WR

              School: Arizona State | Year: Senior (RS)

              Pick
              82
              Washington Football Team
              Larry Rountree III · RB

              School: Missouri | Year: Senior

              Pick
              83
              Chicago Bears
              Hamsah Nasirildeen · S

              School: Florida State | Year: Senior

              Pick
              84
              Indianapolis Colts
              Tyson Campbell · CB

              School: Georgia | Year: Junior

              Pick
              85
              Tennessee Titans
              Michael Carter · RB

              School: North Carolina | Year: Senior

              Pick
              86
              New York Jets
              JaCoby Stevens · S

              School: LSU | Year: Senior

              Pick
              87
              Pittsburgh Steelers
              Jaret Patterson · RB

              School: Buffalo | Year: Junior

              Pick
              88
              Detroit Lions
              Richie Grant · S

              School: UCF | Year: Senior (RS)

              Pick
              89
              Cleveland Browns
              Kelvin Joseph · CB

              School: Kentucky | Year: Sophomore (RS)

              Pick
              90
              Minnesota Vikings
              Trey Smith · OG

              School: Tennessee | Year: Senior

              Pick
              91
              Cleveland Browns
              Tylan Wallace · WR

              School: Oklahoma State | Year: Senior

              Pick
              92
              Green Bay Packers
              Elijah Moore · WR

              School: Ole Miss | Year: Junior 

              Pick
              93
              Buffalo Bills
              Quinn Meinerz · OG

              School: Wisconsin-Whitewater | Year: Senior

              Pick
              94
              Kansas City Chiefs
              Amon-Ra St. Brown · WR

              School: USC | Year: Junior

              Pick
              95
              Tampa Bay Buccaneers
              Derrick Barnes · LB

              School: Purdue | Year: Senior

              Pick
              96
              Dallas Cowboys
              Brady Christensen · OT

              PROJECTED COMPENSATORY SELECTION




              School: BYU | Year: Junior (RS)

              Pick
              97
              Minnesota Vikings
              Alim McNeill · DT

              PROJECTED COMPENSATORY SELECTION




              School: North Carolina State | Year: Junior

              Pick
              98
              New England Patriots
              Tyler Shelvin · DT

              PROJECTED COMPENSATORY SELECTION




              School: LSU | Year: Junior

              Pick
              99
              Los Angeles Chargers
              Aaron Banks · OG

              PROJECTED COMPENSATORY SELECTION




              School: Notre Dame | Year: Senior

              Pick
              100
              Tennessee Titans
              Tommy Togiai · DT

              PROJECTED COMPENSATORY SELECTION




              School: Ohio State | Year: Junior

              Pick
              101
              Los Angeles Rams
              Chris Rumph II · Edge rusher

              PROJECTED COMPENSATORY SELECTION




              School: Duke | Year: Junior (RS)

              Pick
              102
              New Orleans Saints
              Baron Browning · LB

              PROJECTED COMPENSATORY SELECTION




              School: Ohio State | Year: Senior

              Pick
              103
              San Francisco 49ers
              Payton Turner · Edge rusher

              PROJECTED COMPENSATORY SELECTION FOR ROBERT SALEH HIRE




              School: Houston | Year: Senior

              Pick
              104
              Los Angeles Rams
              D'Ante Smith · OT

              PROJECTED COMPENSATORY SELECTION FOR BRAD HOLMES HIRE




              School: East Carolina | Year: Senior (RS)

              Pick
              105
              Baltimore Ravens
              Trey Hill · C

              PROJECTED COMPENSATORY SELECTION FOR DAVID CULLEY HIRE




              School: Georgia | Year: Junior

              Pick
              106
              New Orleans Saints
              Ar'Darius Washington · S

              PROJECTED COMPENSATORY SELECTION FOR TERRY FONTENOT HIRE




              School: TCU | Year: Sophomore (RS)

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              • #8
                I like this one.
                If they can find the best combo OT-CB-EDGE-OG in the 3 first rounds.

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                • #9
                  Not bad at all for us in that three rounder but some real surprises all over where some players are going.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Boltjolt View Post
                    Not bad at all for us in that three rounder but some real surprises all over where some players are going.
                    I am expecting a very volatile draft.

                    Big Boards will end up all over the map.

                    It is going to be so weird with unplanned cap restrictions, lack of tape, etc.

                    Even high school Letters of Intent are greatly affected.
                    We play modern defensive football.

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                    • #11
                      I think the Bengals go O-line in round 1...if Sewell is off the board, it's Slater...

                      Comment


                      • #12
                        I really like Barmore, I wouldn’t be too disappointed
                        I’m a sucker for strength and he’s got power
                        He’s a LEFT tackle.
                        ”be better than me”

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