Mock Draft 1.0

Browns: Myles Garrett, Defensive End, Texas AM. The Browns are desperate for a pass rusher, luckily they are in a position to get the best one since Jadeveon Clowney.

49ers: Mitch Trubisky, Quaterback, North Carolina. The 49ers are in a strong rebuild and with the hire of Kyle Shanahan who loves strong armed, athletic QBs, it makes sense for San Fran to take Trubisky.

Bears: Jamal Adams, Safety, LSU. The Bears need a strong presence in their secondary. Jamal Adams is a strong field general who can do everything you ask of him.

Jaguars: Jonathan Allen, Defensive Tackle/End, Alabama. The Jaguars need a difference makr upfront, Jonathan Allen happens to be the best DT in the draft.

Titans: Reuben Foster, Linebacker, Alabama. The Titans need a linebacker who can patrol the middle of the field on third down and also make a difference in the run game, Foster is the man too go to.

Jets: Marshon Lattimore. Cornerback, Ohio St. The Jets no longer have a island that opposing receivers fear. Because of this they will target the number one CB in the draft and hope they get some pick sixes with their sixth pick.

Chargers: Ryan Ramczyk, Tackle, Wisconsin. The Chargers are trying to get every ounce out of Phillip Rivers before he retires, a good LT should help them achieve that.

Panthers: Christian McCaffrey, Running back, Stanford. You may ask, if Carolina wants a RB why don’t they take Fournette or Cook? Well it is rumored that the Panthers have quite the crush on McCaffrey and have even hired his running back coach from Stanford to be on their staff.

Bengals: Mike Williams, Wide Receiver, Clemson. Since the loses of Marvin Jones Jr and Muhammed Sanu the Bengals have been searching for a second receiver to compliment Aj Green. Williams not only has the ability to be a elite level number two, but also a elite level one just in case something ever happens too Aj Green.

Bills: Dashaun Watson, Quaterback, Clemson. The Bills look to be letting their own Pro Bowl QB go this offseason, and with the deep connections to Clemson within the organization, the Bills will look to steal their new franchise QB.

Saints: Solomon Thomas, Defensive End, Stanford. The Saints need a good pash rusher opposite of Cameron Jordan. Thomas is a very good talent and a steal at 13 for the Saints.

Browns: Oj Howard, Tight End, Alabama. Tight End is not a big need for the Browns but when a elite level player like Howard crosses your board its a must take.

Cardinals: Dashone Kizer, Quarterback, Notre Dame. Again this is a situation where it is not a dire need for the team, in this case this is the team looking at life after Carson Palmer.

Colts: Leonard Fournette, Running Back, LSU. Considered by many a once in a lifetime type talent but nagging ankle injuries a maturity question will make him drop. Nonetheless this pick will compliment Andrew Luck and T.Y. Hilton very well.

Eagles: Corey Davis, Wide Receiver, Western Michigan. Last year’s pick of Carson Wentz showed fruitful but is missing a true number one receiver to make their passing game lethal, Davis will bring a quick fix to this situation.

Ravens: Quincy Wilson, Cornerback, Florida. Jimmy Smith is good but Quincy Wilson can be a true number one for the Ravens who have to constantly play Big Ben, Aj Green, Antonio Brown, Andy Dalton, etc.

Redskins: Dalvin Cook,  Running Back, Florida St. The Redskins haven’t had a good running back in a long time, Dalvin cook is a game changer who can be a three down back and help you in all facets of the game.

Titans: John Ross, Wide Receiver, Washington. Marcus Mariota needs a fast, sure handed, deep threat. John Ross will fit perfectly.

Buccaneers: Taco Charlton, Defensive End, Michigan. The Bucs need a guy who can beat anybody across their face at any time, Taco is known for his fast and strong play style. A good fit for both parties.

Denver: Forest Lamp, Guard, Western Kentucky. Though Trevor Siemian didn’t have a great year, the oline is largely to blame. Drafting Lamp makes the line a lot better.

Lions: Sidney Jones, Cornerback, Washington. The Lions already have Darius Slay but when you play in a division with Aaron Rodgers its nice to have another lockdown type CB.

Dolphins: Dereck Barrnett, Defensive End, Tennessee. With Mario Williams soon to be cut the Dolphins need a good pass rusher to replace him.

Giants: David Njoku, Tight End, Miami. With Larry Donnell hitting Free Agency the GMen need a good Tight End.

Raiders: Caleb Brantley, Defensive Tackle, Florida. Jack Del Rio loves his big men up front, and the Raiders have a big need for a good DT. Caleb Brantley had plenty of time to impress Del Rio while he was down in Florida watching his son Luke Del Rio play QB.

Texans: Garett Bolles, Tackle, Utah. The Texans need a mauler up front to help Lamar Miller and the QB who is TBD.

Seahawks: Cam Robinson. Tackle/Guard, Alabama. Russell Wilson is a great scrambler but would be better if he had time in the pocket. Robinson is a must for the failing Seahawks oline.

Chiefs: Jourdan Lewis, Cornerback, Michigan. The Chiefs secondary struggled a bit last year. The addition of Jourdan Lewis opposite of Marcus Peters should help sure it up.

Cowboys: Marlon Humphrey, Cornerback, Ohio St. Another team who’s secondary struggled. Humphrey woud likely become the number one CB for big D.

Packers: Takkarist McKinley, Defensive End, UCLA. Pass rush is the biggest need for Packers, McKinley would offer that immediately.

Steelers: Tim Williams, Linebacker, Alabama. Bud Dupree hasn’t played out as hoped for the Steelers, Tim Williams should be able to provide a strong rush from either side and reek havoc on opposing QBs.

Falcons: Charles Harris, Defensive End, Missouri. Not a huge need for Atlanta but Dan Quinn wont pass on a very good SEC pass rusher.

Patriots: Jabrill Peppers, Linebacker, Michigan. This pick is not for need but more for talent and possibility. Peppers can play Safety, Linebacker, Slot Corner, Kick Returner, Punt Returner, and even offense. Bellicheck will be drooling at the possibilities to use Peppers.

 

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