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u/drummerguy555 & u/sbe003's COLLAB 2020 Mock Draft 28/3
Over the last 3 days, Aussie fans u/sbe003 and I have used our extra time from #stayinghome to put together a mock draft with trades and write-ups for every team. We each took 16 teams and have spent quite a bit of time putting thought behind every pick. Just to be clear, this is what WE would do, NOT what we think will happen. So without further ado, here is the mock:
u/drummerguy555 & u/sbe003 COLLAB Mock Draft 28/3
Below are the write-ups for every team, explaining in-depth why we made every decision we did. Tell us what teams did the best, the worst and any other thoughts you have. I hope you all enjoy and stay safe!
Arizona CardinalsGM: u/drummerguy555
1.08: Derrick Brown, IDL, Auburn
3.72: Jaylon Johnson, CB, Utah
After winning free agency by taking advantage of “The Teapot” (yes, that is really Bill O’Brien’s nickname), the Cardinals now have a killer WR1 on their team meaning taking the BPA available at a position of relative need is probably the best strategy. In this world, Brown fell to 8 and he will definitely help this Cardinals d-line.
The Cardinals also leave this draft with a solid corner in Jaylon Johnson who adds a quality body to that poor secondary.
Atlanta FalconsGM: u/drummerguy555
1.16: Javon Kinlaw, IDL, Auburn
2.47: Hunter Bryant, TE, Washington
3.78: Malik Harrison, LB, Ohio State
Kinlaw falls to the Falcons at 16 and will be a great piece for that defensive line. Hunter Bryant is my favorite TE in this class and along with the newly-acquired Hayden Hurst, will try to fill the major hole that Hooper left behind in this offense. Malik Harrison is a solid Day 2 LB that this poor LB core could desperately use.
Baltimore RavensGM: u/drummerguy555
1.28: K.J. Hamler, WR, Penn State
2.55: Marlon Davidson, EDGE, Auburn
2.60: Julian Okwara, EDGE, Notre Dame
3.92: Matt Hennessy, IOL, Temple
3.106: Bryce Huff, EDGE, Memphis
Baltimore is in need of a true slot receiver to give Lamar some throwing options, this is where K.J. Hamler comes in as a speedy slot guy with great hands. Marlon Davidson is another Day 2 favorite of mine, he can play both DT and EDGE at a very high level. Okwara was the BPA available for this team with few holes. Hennessey could provide an option at guard following Yanda’s retirement and Huff plays EXTREMELY physical football on tape - exactly what the Ravens look for in players to develop.
Buffalo BillsGM: u/sbe003
2.54: Willie Gay Jr., LB, Mississippi State
3.86: Michael Ojemudia, CB, Iowa
Not a lot to say for Buffalo given a lot of their early-round selections were given up to acquire Stefon Diggs. In saying that, with Buffalo’s two picks I selected Willie Gay Jr. and Michael Ojemudia. Gay is an extremely athletic prospect who plays with urgency and has the ceiling to develop into an every-down option. He is someone who can strengthen Buffalo’s already quite strong linebacking core and provide a replacement for recently retired Lorenzo Alexander. With Buffalo’s third-round pick I selected Michael Ojemudia. Buffalo doesn’t really have a notable CB outside of Tre White. While Ojemudia may not make an immediate impact, he has the tools and traits to develop into an adequate year 2/3 starter.
Carolina PanthersGM: u/sbe003
1.07: Isaiah Simmons, Def. Weapon, Clemson
2.38: Austin Jackson, OT, USC
3.69: Raekwon Davis, IDL, Alabama
Carolina is a team with no identity at the moment, with the early retirement of Luke Kuechly and the departure of familiar faces Cam Newton and Greg Olsen, the Panthers are a rebuilding team. With that being said, I picked Isaiah Simmons with Carolina’s first-round pick. Simmons is a physical freak and a player who could probably play any position on defense if he wanted to. Simmons can come in day 1 and make an immediate impact in filling the Kuechly shaped hole left in that defense. With the second and third-round picks I turned more to the trenches. I took Austin Jackson with Carolina’s second pick. A decent lineman out of USC who could develop into a nice piece for Carolina in years to come. With the third pick, I took Raekwon Davis, a DT who can help depth on Carolina’s D-line and fit in as a good rotational piece on the interior.
Chicago BearsGM: u/sbe003
2.43: Brandon Aiyuk, WR, Arizona State
2.50: Curtis Weaver, EDGE, Boise State
With Chicago giving not only a lot of last year’s draft capital but also a lot of this year’s draft capital to acquire the services of Khalil Mack I was only left with 2 second-round picks. I’d like to thank the Lions GM for choosing to draft Lynn Bowden, which meant Brandon Aiyuk fell right into my lap 3 picks later. Aiyuk provides a much-needed WR2 for Mitch Trubisky and serves as someone who can complement Allen Robinson quite well. While there are still some inconsistencies with his route technique and hands, Aiyuk brings an exciting skillset to the table and big-play ability, something which the Bears seemed to lack last year. With the second pick for the Bears, I selected Curtis Weaver. Someone with a high football IQ and provides Chicago with another talented player on that stacked front 7.
Cincinnati BengalsGM: u/drummerguy555
1.01: Joe Burrow, QB, LSU
2.33: Cesar Ruiz, IOL, Michigan
After securing Joe Burrow, I took Ruiz with the Bengals as he is definitely the best IOL prospect in this class and is a nice piece to have for protecting Burrow and helping Mixon. Hall is a very underrated prospect that will help this ailing defense.
Cleveland BrownsGM: u/drummerguy555
1.10: Andrew Thomas, OT, Georgia
2.41: Lucas Niang, OT, TCU
3.74: Jonathan Greenard, EDGE, Florida
3.97: Jabari Zuniga, EDGE, Florida
It was the best tackle available for me here and luckily it happened to be my favorite tackle in this class, Andrew Thomas. Thomas has been a victim of over-analyzing and overthinking in my opinion - his technique and polish make him extremely pro-ready. He will fit in well in Cleveland as a Day 1 starter.
Continuing to bolster this o-line in the hopes of enabling this stacked offense to unlock its full potential, I took Lucas Niang who is an extremely athletic tackle with lots of upside.
BPA for the next two picks happened to be a pair of Edges from Florida in Jonathan Greenard (in love with his arms/length) and Jabari Zuniga who will give this d-line some quality depth.
Dallas CowboysGM: u/sbe003
TRADE: 1.17 for 1.20, 3.73
1.20: Kristian Fulton, CB, LSU
2.51: Antoine Winfield Jr., S, Minnesota
3.73: Nick Harris, IOL, Washington
3.82: Bryan Edwards, WR, South Carolina
With Dallas’ pick, I selected LSU CB Kristian Fulton. The obvious successor to Byron Jones, Fulton has smooth feet, fluid hips, refined technique, tremendous awareness and the physicality needed to become a shutdown corner in the NFL. With the second pick, I took S Antoine Winfield Jr. from Minnesota. His 2017 and 2018 campaigns were marred by injury. However, when we got to see him throughout the 2019 season, simply put he was dominant. Winfield is a highly aggressive, urgent football player and has the upside to become an impact starter in Dallas.
With Dallas’ third and fourth picks I went with IOL Nick Harris and WR Bryan Edwards. While Harris probably can’t replace Travis Fredericks, he provides depth at IOL and could be a starting option with a bit of time. Edwards provides Dak Prescott with another strong option and added depth to a receivers room that lost Randall Cobb to free agency.
Denver BroncosGM: u/sbe003
1.15: C.J. Henderson, CB, Florida
2.46: Tee Higgins, WR, Clemson
3.77: Jordan Elliott, IDL, Missouri
3.83: Trey Adams, OT, Washington
3.95: Akeem Davis-Gaither, LB, Appalachian State
I was really hoping Henry Ruggs fell to pick 15 but unfortunately the Eagles decided to step in and make pick 15 just a little bit harder. I wasn’t really willing to reach on a receiver at 15 and there weren't any trade back options so with the Broncos’ first-round pick I decided to address CB given the recent departure of Chris Harris Jr. to the division rival Chargers. With pick 15 I selected C.J. Henderson. Henderson has size, length, fluidity, quickness, speed and coverage instincts give him a chance to be a top corner that is tasked with shutting down the opposition's top receiver, someone who can become the No. 1 corner on that Denver depth chart.
With the Broncos’ second pick I decided to address WR and take Tee Higgins. Personally, I don’t buy into Higgins’ late 1stround projections. However, when he was still on the board midway through the 2nd I had to take him. He has excellent ball skills, hands and the ability to position himself favorably to win at the catch point. His concentration and body control are highly impressive.
With the third, fourth and fifth picks, I addressed IDL, OT and LB. Positions that the Broncos could improve and Trey Adams, Jordan Elliot and Akeem Davis-Gaither could all develop into viable starters/rotation players.
Detroit LionsGM: u/drummerguy555
TRADE: 1.03 for 1.05, 1.18, 3,70
1.05: Jeffrey Okudah, CB, Ohio State
1.18: A.J. Epenesa, EDGE, Iowa
TRADE: 2.35 for 2.40, 3.90
2.40: Lynn Bowden Jr., WR, Kentucky
3.67: Lloyd Cushenberry III, IOL, LSU
3.70: Noah Igbinoghehe, CB, Auburn
3.85: Clyde Edwards-Helaire, RB, LSU
3.90: Troy Dye, LB, Oregon
There’s a lot to break down here:
The Lions trade back and still get their guy. Okudah is the latest product of Ohio State’s secondary which has given birth to some outstanding players like Marshon Lattimore, Denzel Ward, Eli Apple among others and Okudah just might be the best of them. Epenesa is another underrated prospect in my opinion and getting him at 18 is great value.
Yeah, you read that right. Lynn f*cking Bowden Jr. in the 2nd round. The true swiss-army knife player is one of the most dynamic players to come out in a while and I think come draft day teams will be very interested in him, shooting him up boards. The Lions could use the playmaking ability and versatility as a WRB/QB/CB? for Wildcat formation, end-arounds, sweeps, etc. He will find a home as a Taysom Hill-like gadget player with loads more speed but lacking in the throwing department. Besides, after trading back the Lions can afford to be a little risky here.
As far as the rest of the draft, Cushenberry is a nice piece for that interior o-line, Igbinoghene will help their secondary, Edwards-Helaire provides a versatile and reliable three-down back with great value towards the end of the 3rd round and Dye is certainly a startable player with a great ceiling.
Green Bay PackersGM: u/sbe003
TRADE: 1.23 for 1.30, 4.136, 2021 GB 2nd
1.23: Jalen Reagor, WR, TCU
2.62: Jacob Eason, QB, Washington\
3.94: Isaiah Wilson, OT, Georgia
The Packers need to give Aaron Rodgers more weapons. It was abundantly obvious after the last 2 seasons that Rodgers simply doesn’t trust any of his receivers outside of Davante Adams. Hence with the Packer’s first-round pick I selected Jalen Reagor. Reagor is a dynamic football player with blazing speed and rapid acceleration that makes him a big-play threat in the passing game. He’s creative, explosive and an overall speed mismatch, providing Aaron Rodgers with a much needed no2 receiver.
With the Packer’s second pick I selected Jacob Eason. Yes, Jacob Eason the quarterback out of Washington. Looking back on it, not sure if this was the smartest pick now that I realize Rodgers still has at least 4 years left in Green Bay. However, Eason does have a big arm and with some grooming could become a polished starter that could take over from Aaron Rodgers if the opportunity presents itself and that’s a big if. With the packer’s third pick I selected OT Isaiah Wilson, someone who could provide a replacement to Bryan Bulaga.
Houston TexansGM: u/sbe003
TRADE: 2.35 for 2.40, 3.90
2.35: Denzel Mims, WR, Baylor
2.57: Bradlee Anae, EDGE, Utah
Houston wasn’t in the best position to really do anything in this draft. Wonder why Bill O’Brien? Either way, with the minimal draft capital I had, I selected WR Denzel Mims and EDGE Bradlee Anae. Mims has the upside to start and be a highly productive weapon for an NFL offense given his natural athleticism, physicality and good catch radius. While he is nowhere near a replacement for Deandre Hopkins he does provide some small amount of compensation. With the second pick, I took Bradlee Anae, who could become a viable starter on that somewhat formidable D-Line.
Indianapolis ColtsGM: u/drummerguy555
2.34: Laviska Shenault Jr., WR, Colorado
2.44: Cameron Dantzler, CB, Mississippi State
2.75: Jake Fromm, QB, Georgia
With their first pick at 34, Laviska Shenault falls to them giving Rivers a shifty playmaker to use. While many have dropped Dantzler down their boards after his combine performance, I still believe he is a very good option for a second-round corner based on his excellent tape from Mississippi State. Finally, Rivers is only here for a year so Fromm can sit and learn behind the hall of famer for a year before getting his shot. He is my QB5 and I think he could work very well in Indy.
Jacksonville JaguarsGM: u/sbe003
TRADE: 1.09 for 1.23, 3.98, 4.25, 2020 NE 1st
TRADE: 1.17 for 1.20, 3.73
1.17: K’Lavon Chaisson, EDGE, LSU
TRADE: 1.23 for 1.30, 4.136, 2021 GB 2nd
1.30: Trevon Diggs, CB, Alabama
2.42: Neville Gallimore, IDL, Oklahoma
3.98: Ashtyn Davis, S, California
Jacksonville had quite a lot of draft capital in this year’s draft thanks to the Jalen Ramsey that sent him to L.A. Jacksonville saw a lot of trading action in the first round. First trading back with the Patriots, sending pick 9 to New England in exchange for pick 23, a 2021 1st, pick 98 and pick 125. I then traded up with the cowboys to acquire K’Lavon Chaisson who has a toolbox that is overflowing with explosive burst, freaky bend and a motor that never runs idle. His foundation to work from in terms of developing his pass rush skill set is rare and he provides another edge rusher to complement Josh Allen and Yannick Ngakoue.
With Jacksonville's second 1st round pick, I again traded back, this time with Green Bay. At pick 30 I selected Trevon Diggs who excels in press and zone coverage and profiles as a nice starting boundary corner. While he may not be ‘the guy’ to replace Jalen Ramsey, he certainly provides some much-needed help to a depleted secondary. With Jacksonville’s 3rd pick I selected DT Neville Gallimore, a big man who could provide a replacement for Calais Campbell on that D-Line. Safety Ashytn Davis was the 4th pick for Jacksonville, again someone who could help bolster that depleted secondary.
Kansas City ChiefsGM: u/drummerguy555
1.32: Patrick Queen, LB, LSU
2.63: J.K. Dobbins, RB, Ohio State
3.96: Devin Duvernay, WR, Texas
The reigning super bowl champs solidify their LB core with Patrick Queen, the speedy defender from LSU. Dobbins falls all the way to 63 where the Chiefs pick him up to get a workhorse back for years to come. Finally, this WR adds another speedster in Devin Duvernay (Kyler Murray’s cousin) who will open yet another option for Mahomes.
Las Vegas RaidersGM: u/sbe003
1.12: CeeDee Lamb, WR, Oklahoma
1.19: Grant Delpit, S, LSU
3.80: Jalen Hurts, QB, Oklahoma
3.81: Ben Bartch, OT, Houston
3.91: Donovan Peoples-Jones, WR, Michigan
Still feels a bit weird to say the Las Vegas Raiders but either way, with Las Vegas’ first 1stround pick I selected CeeDee Lamb. Lamb profiles as No. 1 wide receiver at the next level that can be the focal point of the passing attack. He’s a threat at all levels of the field with great body control, ball skills, hands and instincts and provides Derek Carr or whichever QB Gruden decides to use with a No. 1 wide receiver in a receiver room that leaves a bit to be desired.
With the second 1st round pick I selected Grant Delpit out of LSU. Delpit brings a lot to the table and he projects favorably to becoming a high-impact safety in the NFL. He’s versatile, physical, urgent, smart, athletic and his skill set is perfect for matching up against the pace and space present in today’s NFL offenses and provides Las Vegas with someone to start at the Free Safety spot across from last year’s 1st round pick Jonathan Abram.
With Las Vegas’ third pick I selected Jalen Hurts. I’m not entirely convinced John Gruden wants to keep Derek Carr around much longer and I think Hurts might be his guy. Whether Hurts would become the starting QB within a year or two is a complete mystery but his play at Oklahoma this past year was exceptional and he provides a good dual-threat skillset. With Las Vegas’ last two picks in round 3, I chose OT Ben Bartch and WR Donovan Peoples-Jones with both players providing more depth on offense for Gruden and the Raiders.
Los Angeles ChargersGM: u/sbe003
1.06: Justin Herbert, QB, Oregon
2.37: Jeff Gladney, CB, TCU
3.71: Chase Claypool, WR, Notre Dame
With the Chargers officially breaking up with Phillip Rivers over the summer, they have been in search of a new franchise QB and while for now they claim Tyrod Taylor will be the starter going into the 2020 season I’m not really convinced by that. So with the Chargers first pick I chose QB Justin Herbert. Herbert has every physical gift desirable in a quarterback prospect. His peaks are incredibly exciting and his starting point for his NFL career is at a good place given his improvements from 2018 to 2019. Herbert could be L.A’s new franchise QB and maybe this time the Chargers can actually get to a Super Bowl?
With the Charger’s second and third picks I selected CB Jeff Gladney and WR Chase Claypool. Looking back on the Gladney pick, I’m not necessarily annoyed but I realize CB is less of a need currently given the recent signing of Chris Harris Jr. However, Gladney is a versatile cornerback whose skill set in man coverage is really exciting. His rapid footwork, smooth hips, physicality, speed and route mirroring skills make him a dynamic option in man, soft press and off-man coverage, providing the Chargers with a more long term option at CB. Chase Claypool provides a big physical red-zone target for Justin Herbert and should have a good role in that offense alongside Keenan Allen and Hunter Henry.
Los Angeles RamsGM: u/drummerguy555
2.52: Matthew Peart, OT, UConn
3.84: Zack Moss, RB, Utah
3.104: Jordyn Brooks, LB, Texas Tech
The Rams take Matthew Peart with their first selection, a beast of a human who needs time to develop but has massive upside. Luckily, Andrew Whitworth won’t be around forever but he does have time to mentor Peart into an excellent tackle for when he’s gone.
With Gurley released, the Rams backfield has become somewhat of a mystery, by taking Moss here, the Rams get a do-it-all back for a cheap price. Moss has become one of my favorite running backs in this class and will fit well in a Rams scheme that uses RB’s fairly regularly. Finally, with the loss of Cory Littleton in free agency to the Raiders, the Rams take Jordyn Brooks to give them some LB depth.
Miami DolphinsGM: u/drummerguy555
TRADE: 1.03 for 1.05, 1.18, 3.70
1.03: Tua Tagovailoa, QB, Alabama
1.26: Josh Jones, OT, Houston
2.39: D’Andre Swift, RB, Georgia
2.56: Terrell Lewis, EDGE, Alabama
Miami traded up to take my QB1 in this class, Tua Tagovailoa. The rebuilding Miami has put together an excellent coaching staff, lots of young talent and added solid franchise players in free agency. Securing their QB for the future is the next step and Tua is a great fit to sit behind Fitzmagic (the only player over 30 on the Dolphins) and learn for a bit. While Miami did pay a steep price, it is for a top 3 pick and rights to a special talent at QB.
At 26, Miami needs to protect Tua and Josh Jones is a great fit - he’s big but surprisingly nimble with decent technique. In the first of Miami’s 2nd round selections, I took the first running back off the board, D’Andre Swift, who fell all the way to 39. Swift can rush, catch, block - all really, really well. A good 3 down back is a rookie QB’s best friend and that’s the type of support Swift will provide. With the 56th pick, I went BPA with Terrell Lewis. He’s a nice piece in building this defense for the future. Hopefully, these picks serve as a fundamental step in creating the New Miami Patriots, oops I mean Dolphins.
Minnesota VikingsGM: u/drummerguy555
1.22: Ross Blacklock, IDL, TCU
1.25: A.J. Terrell, CB, Clemson
2.58: Prince Tega Wanogho, OT, Auburn
3.89: Jeremy Chinn, S, Southern Illinois
3.105: Van Jefferson, WR, Florida
With the 22nd pick, Minnesota took TCU defensive tackle Ross Blacklock. Blacklock has quickly become one of my favorite prospects in this draft and I’ve written on this sub lately about how much he excites me. Minnesota secures a quality starter for a decade here.
Another sleeper of mine (and quite a few others) is A.J. Terell who the Vikings selected at 25 to bolster their aging secondary. Luckily now, the Vikings have got rid of the literal piece of burnt toast that was Xavier Rhodes (PFF’s 112th ranked corner out of 115 - 2020 Pro Bowler LMFAO). In his place Terrell’s ultra-competitive spirit and mental toughness will fit in well and along with Harrison Smith, will return this secondary back into one of the NFL’s elite.
At 58, the Vikings grab Prince Tega Wanogho who will definitely help the Vikings struggles at o-line. With 89, I continued to support their secondary with Jeremy Chinn who will provide a quality body in that safety room. To finish off, I took Florida’s Van Jefferson for some speed to go along with Thielen.
New England PatriotsGM: u/drummerguy555
TRADE: 1.09 for 1.23, 3.98, 4.25, 2020 NE 1st
1.09: Jordan Love, QB, Utah State
3.87: Nick Coe, EDGE, Auburn
3.100: Cole Kmet, TE, Notre Dame
Many will not agree with the moves I made with the Patriots which is fine, this is just what I would do. I think the Patriots have a few options but all of them include getting a new QB whether that be Cam, Love, Fromm or Lawrence (these are the ones I think are good fits in NE) - they can’t waste this still excellent roster with Brian Hoyer or Jarrett Stidham at QB. They all have their benefits - Cam could return to an MVP level and revitalize this Patriots offense, Fromm is very similar to Brady in playstyle and therefore will fit seamlessly into this system as a Day 1 starter and Lawrence is my favorite prospect since Luck. However, I think the Patriots window is still very open and I would like to see them make moves to compete this year. That’s why I have them trading up to the 9th pick to select Jordan Love. He has one of the nicest throwing motions I’ve ever seen and true MVP potential. His dual-threat ability will bring some life into this offense and put the Patriots in a great position to retain the AFC East and compete for another Super Bowl.
With the 87th pick, I have the Patriots taking Nick Coe from Auburn. With experience all over the d-line at Auburn, I’m sure Belichick will find a way to utilize his talents. Finally, the Patriots still need a TE after Gronk’s retirement and Kmet’s athleticism makes him a great value pick at pick 100.
New Orleans SaintsGM: u/drummerguy555
1.24: Justin Jefferson, WR, LSU
3.88: Evan Weaver, LB, California
While Emmanuel Sanders is the best receiver they’ve had line up across from Michael Thomas since Brandin Cooks, in all honesty, I don’t think he’s the answer there - more of a solid WR3 then a WR2. So with the 24th pick, I took the local kid Justin Jefferson who is basically a fresher and quicker Emmanuel Sanders. This gives the Saints an elite WR core that any secondary will have an extremely tough time covering.
With pick 88, I took Evan Weaver, an underrated LB from Cal that will provide an option in the future for this aging LB core. Hopefully, this draft is enough to get the Saints over the hump and send Brees off with another ring.
New York GiantsGM: u/sbe003
1.04: Tristan Wirfs, OT, Iowa
TRADE: 1.31 for 2.36, 3.99, 5.150
1.31: Xavier McKinney, S, Alabama
With New York’s first pick I toyed with the idea of taking Isaiah Simmons. However, Daniel Jones, Dave Gettleman’s golden boy needs to be protected. The Giants O-Line is subpar, so with New York’s first selection, I took Tristan Wirfs, someone who was an incredibly high riser after a dominant combine performance. Wirfs is a powerful man with impressive mobility that should make him an asset in the run game and out in space and has the upside to become one of the better offensive linemen in the game. He’ll most likely slot in at right tackle but could also swing over to the interior and play guard.
With New York’s second pick, I chose to trade up with the 49ers to pick 31. With this pick, I selected S Xavier McKinney. McKinney is a versatile defensive back that can fill multiple roles at a high level for an NFL defense. Whether it’s deep zones, man coverage from the slot or lining up close to the line of scrimmage, McKinney can execute. He showcases good processing speed, functional athleticism and the size needed to perform. He can bolster New York’s awful secondary and become a starting safety in New York for years to come.
New York JetsGM: u/drummerguy555
1.11: Jedrick Wills, OT, Alabama
2.48: Ezra Cleveland, OT, Boise State
3.68: Tyler Johnson, WR, Minnesota
3.79: Joshua Uche, EDGE, Michigan
For me, the O-line is by far the biggest need for the Jets and while I usually believe in BPA, the Jets really, really need o-line help. That’s why the Jets pass on Jeudy and Lamb at 11 and take the best RT in this class, Jedrick Wills. A little raw but with great athleticism, he will protect Darnold for many years to come.
At 48, I continued to support this O-line with Ezra Cleveland - the athletic freak from Boise State. With the highest relative pSPARQ percentile of any prospect at this year’s combine, I went back to his tape to find a prospect with surprisingly good technique. Hopefully, he will develop into a great tackle to go along with Wills and give the Jets a solid start at rebuilding this o-line.
At 68, I decided to address WR with Tyler Johnson who gives Darnold a nice option outside and with 79 I went BPA with Joshua Uche off the edge.
Philadelphia EaglesGM: u/drummerguy555
TRADE: 1.14 for 1.21, 3.103, 2021 PHI 2nd
1.14: Henry Ruggs III, WR, Alabama
2.53: Kyle Dugger, S, Lenoir-Rhyne
With corner finally sorted out after missing out on Ramsey, the eagles can focus on building their WR core. In the few games Desean Jackson played, we saw how beneficial it is to Carson Wentz and this offense when there’s a speedy deep threat on the field. That’s why I’m trading up to 14 with the Eagles to select the lightning-quick Henry Ruggs II, sniping the Broncos in the process.
The Eagles decided to let 3-time pro bowler Malcolm Jenkins go leaving a hole in their coverage unit. Selecting Kyle Dugger at 53 solves this problem as the huge but speedy safety from Lenoir Rhyne can fly around the field for the Eagles.
Pittsburgh SteelersGM: u/drummerguy555
2.49: Netane Muti, IOL, Fresno State
3.102: Khalid Kareem, EDGE, Notre Dame
I decided to take Netane Muti with pick 49 whose athleticism and versatility help protect Big Ben and support whoever is running the ball in Pittsburgh. With pick 102, I went BPA with Khalid Kareem off the edge to give the Steelers some options on the d-line.
San Francisco 49ersGM: u/sbe003
1.13: Jerry Jeudy, WR, Alabama
TRADE: 1.31 for 2.36, 3.99, 5.150
2.36: Tyler Biadasz, IOL, Wisconsin
3.99: Leki Fotu, IDL, Utah
With San Fran’s first pick I selected WR Jerry Jeudy. Trading DeForest Buckner to the Colts was a move that I didn’t necessarily like but it was the right move to make and if San Fran can land Jerry Jeudy in the draft it will almost certainly make up for the loss of Buckner. Jeudy projects as a true No. 1 wide receiver in the NFL that a passing game can be funneled through. Alabama lined him up all across the formation and he features the versatility to do the same in the NFL and not restrict the offensive scheme. One can only imagine what kinds of things Kyle Shanahan might get up to with Jerry Jeudy in his offense.
With the Niner’s second pick I traded out of pick 31 and picked up picks 36, 99 and 150 from the Giants. With pick 36 I took IOL Tyler Biadasz. I really thought about taking CB here but I figured with a team that revolved so heavily around the run, the interior offensive line was really lacking. Biadasz is a powerful run blocker and a wall in pass protection. He’s outstanding on the move and his football intelligence shines. He is someone that will anchor the Niners' offensive line for years to come. With the third pick, I selected DT Leki Fotu, who provides even more depth to that still monstrous defensive line even with the loss of DeForest Buckner.
Seattle SeahawksGM: u/sbe003
1.27: Yetur Gross-Matos, EDGE, Penn State
2.59: Zack Baun, EDGE, Wisconsin
2.64: Damon Arnette, CB, Ohio State
3.101: Shane Lemieux, IOL, Oregon
With the Seahawks I went pretty much all defense, helping to rebuild that unit to mirror at least some remnant of its former Legion of Boom moniker. With Seattle’s first pick I selected Yetur Gross-Matos. Gross-Matos has every quality needed to become a dynamic pass rusher and run defender at the next level. His blend of burst, length, size, power and fluidity is impressive and his deployment of his traits leads to disruptive moments. He can provide a more dominant presence on a defensive line that lost a few pieces to free agency.
With the next 2 picks, I went back to defense selecting CB Damon Arnette and EDGE Zach Baun. Both players provide good depth and could develop into nice rotational pieces. I do believe of the two, Baun could develop into a very nice starter and one who could fill in at linebacker for Jadeveon Clowney who may or may not be returning to Seattle nobody really knows at this point. I selected IOL Shane Lemieux with the Seahawks fourth pick. Again, for a team that is very run-heavy they lost a lot of key pieces on the O-Line through free agency, Lemieux can help depth on the O-Line and be a potential starter at guard for the Seahawks.
Tampa Bay BuccaneersGM: u/sbe003
TRADE: 1.14 for 1.21, 3.103, 2021 PHI 2nd
1.21: Mekhi Becton, OT, Louisville
2.45: Jonathan Taylor, RB, Wisconsin
3.76: Justin Madubuike, IDL, Texas A&M
3.103: Darrell Taylor, EDGE, Tennessee
Tampa Bay got their guy. Tom Brady is coming to Tampa for the next 2 years and possibly beyond. Whether he stays after those two years who knows? However, with that in mind, Tampa Bay needs to protect Brady and give him a defense which he can somewhat rely on. With Tampa’s first pick I took Mekhi Becton. I traded down with the Eagles as the top 3 tackle prospects I wanted were all gone by 14. However, Becton was still available at pick 21. A massive man, Becton has the playing strength expected for a man of his stature which he combines with a maulers mentality that leads to gaping holes in the run game. In pass protection, Becton has smoother feet than expected and tremendous length that helps him maintain the width of the pocket. Becton is sure to be a solid starter on the O-Line helping Tom Brady and that non-existent run game. Speaking of the run game, with Tampa’s second pick I took RB Jonathan Taylor. Ronald Jones ain’t it chief. Taylor can come in day 1 and be the bell-cow back in Arians’ offense. He averaged over 2,000 years a season at Wisconsin and has a rare blend of size, burst and power. Taylor is someone who is sure to succeed in the Bruce Arians system. With Tampa’s next 2 picks I selected DT Justin Madubuike and EDGE Darrell Taylor. Two prospects that can shore up Tampa’s front seven and become good starters in the near future.
Tennessee TitansGM: u/sbe003
1.29: Kenneth Murray, LB, Oklahoma
2.61: Jack Driscoll, OT, Auburn
3.93: Darnay Holmes, CB, UCLA
With the Titans' first pick, I decided to go with the best player available and select LB Kenneth Murray. Murray is a tone-setter on the second level, he’s an urgent, aggressive and physical defender with outstanding range. He plays with an unrelenting motor and flies all over the field in pursuit. With the Titans second pick, I selected OT Jack Driscoll. Driscoll is a decent tackle coming out of Auburn with outstanding technique but lacking in athleticism and could provide as a solid replacement for Jack Conklin. With the Titans third pick I selected CB Darnay Holmes. He provides solid depth to a bit of a lackluster corner group, whether Holmes would really make an impact as a starter is hard to say.
Washington RedskinsGM: u/sbe003
1.02: Chase Young, EDGE, Ohio State
3.66: Michael Pittman Jr., WR, USC
With the 2nd overall selection, there have been grumblings coming out of Washington that they’d be picking a QB, I don’t really buy it and I’d prefer if Haskins didn’t turn into Josh Rosen 2.0. So with Washington’s first pick, I made the obvious selection of DE Chase Young. Do I really need to say a lot about this pick? Young is a beast. He profiles as an instant impact edge defender with the upside to become one of the NFL's most prolific defensive playmakers. He’s polished, powerful, athletic and features every desirable physical trait needed to excel in the NFL.
With Washington’s second pick I selected Michael Pittman Jr. Pittman was pretty good at USC. He has a massive catch radius and features a long, stocky frame with outstanding hands. He’s physical in everything he does and defensive backs will be challenged with his blend of size, strength and ball skills. He could provide Washington with a solid No. 2 receiver for Haskins, who outside of Terry McLaurin doesn’t really have a lot of weapons.
Thanks for reading (however much of the 6100 words you did). We had a great time making this and can't wait for the draft! :)
My Pre Free Agency First Round Mock Draft.
MIA gives 1.05 & 1.26 - DET gives 1.03
LV gives 1.12, 3.80 & 3.91 - CAR gives 1.07
PHI gives 1.21, 3.85 & 4.127 - ATL gives 1.16
DEN gives 2.46 & 3.83 - SF gives 1.31
- CIN)Joe Burrow, QB LSU
- WAS) Chase Young, EDGE Ohio State
- MIA via DET) Tua Tagovailoa, QB Alabama
- NYG) Isaiah Simmons, LB Clemson
- DET via MIA) Jeffrey Okudah, CB Ohio State
- LAC) Jedrick Wills, OT Alabama
- LV via CAR) Justin Herbert, QB Oregon
- AZ) CeeDee Lamb, WR Oklahoma
- JAX) Derrick Brown, IDL Auburn
- CLE) Tristan Wirfs, OT Iowa
- NYJ) Andrew Thomas, OT Georgia
- CAR via LV) Javon Kinlaw, IDL South Carolina
- IND) Jordan Love, QB Utah State
- TB) Mekhi Becton, OT Louisville
- DEN) Henry Ruggs III, WR Alabama
- PHI via ATL) Jerry Jeudy, WR Alabama
- DAL) C.J. Henderson, CB Florida
- MIA) K'Lavon Chaisson, EDGE LSU
- LV) Patrick Queen, LB LSU
- JAX) Kristian Fulton, CB LSU
- ATL via PHI) A.J. Epenesa, EDGE Iowa
- BUF) Denzel Mims, WR Baylor
- NE) Xavier McKinney, S Alabama
- NO) Justin Jefferson, WR LSU
- MIN) Jeff Gladney, CB TCU
- DET via MIA) Kenneth Murray, LB Oklahoma
- SEA) Cesar Ruiz, IOL Michigan
- BAL) Yetur Gross-Matos, EDGE Penn State
- TEN) Zack Baun, EDGE Wisconsin
- GB) Jalen Reagor, WR TCU
- DEN via SF) Lloyd Cushenberry III , IOL LSU
- KC) Trevon Diggs, CB Alabama