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Nick Radivoj’s 2020 NFL Mock Draft

By: Nick Radivoj, TGIS Contributor

Round 1
 

1. Cincinnati Bengals

Bengals

Pick: Joe Burrow, QB, LSU

The Andy Dalton days are over and a new era in Cincinnati begins. Joe Burrow brings his elite mental processing and competitiveness to the Bengals. Pairing Burrow with playmakers already in Cincinnati should give Coach Zac Taylor everything he needs to get this offense on track as long as they address OL throughout the rest of the weekend.

 

2. Washington Redskins

Redskins

Pick: Chase Young, EDGE, Ohio State

Chase Young is the best defensive if not overall prospect in this entire draft. Coming out of Ohio State, Young is as clean as a prospect as you can get – he can rush the passer, hold the edge against the run, and make plays trailing on the weak side. One of the Redskins stronger positions groups improves with this addition.

3. Detroit Lions

Lions

Pick: Jeff Okudah, CB, Ohio State

No more excuses for Matt Patricia as this is a make or break year. Although the Lions lost Darius Slay, they bring in Okudah who brings tremendous ability to play press man. Many say the draft starts with this pick as it is up for sale to the highest bidder between the Miami Dolphins and Los Angeles Chargers.

4. New York Giants

Giants

Pick: Jedrick Wills, OT, Alabama

Hopefully, Dave Gettleman breaks his trend of not drafting offensive tackles in round 1 as he needs to protect his franchise quarterback. Daniel Jones was often under duress in his rookie campaign but with the selection of Jedrick Wills his life may get a little easier. Wills brings the best pass sets from any prospect and has the versatility to play both the left and right side of the line since he played right tackle to protect Tua’s blind side at Alabama.

5. Miami Dolphins

Dolphins

Pick: Tua Tagovailoa, QB, Alabama

The Dolphins have done a tremendous job in not showing their hand in which QB they want to come away with in this draft. I believe they are currently building this offense for Tua with Chan Gailey’s horizontal spread that can resemble action Tua saw at Alabama. Ryan Fitzpatrick can still lead this team in 2020 as Tua can take a redshirt year and build up some muscle, recover, and learn the offense.

6. Los Angeles Chargers

Chargers

Pick: Justin Herbert, QB, Oregon

Herbert brings his prototypical size and big arm out to LA. Since the organization is comfortable moving forward in 2020 with Tyrod Taylor as the starting quarterback, Herbert can come along slowly and develop. Herbert’s biggest strength is throwing down the field which will play well with Mike Williams, but he needs to work on pocket presence and short to intermediate accuracy.

7. Carolina Panthers

Panthers

Pick: Javon Kinlaw, IDL, South Carolina

If I were predicting trades in this draft this would be one of the easiest trade back candidates as the new regime under Rhule wants to pick up more draft capital for 2020 and 2021. Kinlaw brings raw untapped potential that Rhule will want to coach up to its ceiling. The Panthers fill one of their biggest needs in the middle of their defense as Kinlaw can create havoc up the middle and be a force in the run game.

8. Arizona Cardinals

Pick: Isaiah Simmons, LB, ClemsonCardinals

Often an offensive tackle is slated in here for this pick but too good of a player is sitting here for the Cardinals tacking. Simmons is an athletic freak that weights in at nearly 240 pounds and ran a 4.39 at the NFL Combine. Simmons has the ability to help in all 3 levels of the defense as he can rush the passer, play in coverage with tight ends, and even played single high occasionally at Clemson. With nearly the worst defense in the league this helps the Cardinals defense.

9. Jacksonville Jaguars

Pick: Derrick Brown, IDL, Auburn

Jaguars

Jaguars are slowly running out of good players as they said goodbye to 4 key players this season with Ngakoue heading out the door soon. Derrick Brown alleviates that a bit as he is a force up the middle, living in the backfield with tackles for loss.

10. Cleveland Browns

Browns

Pick: Tristan Wirfs, OT, Iowa

I want to start this off by saying the Browns are a prime trade down candidate in this spot. Coach Kevin Stefanski fills not one, but two offensive tackle spots this offseason as he pairs free agent signing Jack Conklin with Tristan Wirfs. Both tackles are athletic and can climb to the second level which will work wonders as Stefanski tries to implement his outside zone scheme. The additions the Browns have made this offseason look to make for a fun season in Cleveland.

11. New York Jets

Jets

Pick: Mekhi Becton, OT, Louisville

The Jets walk away with this pick with a full smile on their face as they fill the biggest need they have in protecting Sam Darnold. Becton has the highest ceiling out of the OT prospects in this draft but should still make for a good rookie year as his size alone will make it nearly impossible for rushers to get around the edge. Sam Darnold can finally take a deep breath.  

12. Las Vegas Raiders

Raiders

Pick: CeeDee Lamb, WR, Oklahoma

Lamb brings his dog mentality as well as his insane YAC and contested catch ability to Las Vegas. Gruden finally gets the number one wide receiver he has been looking for. This addition makes it easier to move Williams back to a more natural Z spot. Suddenly the Raiders offense looks very potent with Lamb tagging along with Hunter Renfrow in the slot, second year running back Josh Jacobs, and break out gadget tight end Darren Waller.

13. San Fransisco 49ers

49ers

Pick: Jerry Jeudy, WR, Alabama

Jerry Jeudy is the most polished route runner in this draft and pairing him with an offensive mind like Kyle Shanahan should make for a fun year. Trading Buckner to acquire the 13th pick gives the 49ers the luxury to be able to add a talent like Jeudy. Jeudy will bring an infusion of talent to a relatively unknown wide receiver room besides Deebo Samuel.

14. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Bucs

Pick: Andrew Thomas, OT, Georgia

The addition of Tom Brady changes everything for the Bucs as they are in win now mode. Andrew Thomas has the capability to play both sides of the line as he was a 3-year starter at Georgia in the SEC playing both right tackle and left tackle. As long as Tom Brady stays away from the proverbial cliff then the Bucs will be a force in the NFC.

15. Denver Broncos

Broncos

Pick: Henry Ruggs III, WR, Alabama

John Elway finally believes he has answered the QB question with Drew Lock. The addition of Ruggs will help space the field for Sutton and Fant underneath as he brings his 4.27 speed to the Mile-High City. Ruggs is blazing fast, but brings he can also run the full route tree. Drew Lock will have playmakers around him to help him succeed.

16. Atlanta Falcons

Falcons

Pick: CJ Henderson, CB, Florida

CJ Henderson contains the most potential and highest ceiling of any corner in this cycle. He’s a sticky defender but finds himself unwilling to provide support in the run game often. Dan Quinn needs to revamp this defense and with no current answer for corner on the roster, plugging in Henderson to the room will work out nicely.

 

17. Dallas Cowboys

Cowboys

Pick: K’Lavon Chaisson, EDGE, LSU

The loss of Robert Quinn this offseason will be felt if not for this pick. Chaisson can play opposite of D-Law and can play the run, rush the passer, and drop in coverage. Both Aldon Smith and Randy Gregory are applying for reinstatement, but shouldn’t be relied on as future starters. If Smith and Gregory do end up panning out, then Cowboys have exciting depth at the edge position.

18. Miami Dolphins

Dolphins

Pick: Josh Jones, OT, Houston

New coaching staff in Miami prides themselves on the ability to teach and develop players. With Jones, the Dolphins are getting a raw offensive tackle with plenty of upside. Consider this first round a success for the Dolphins walking out with their quarterback of the future and a bookend tackle. I consider drafting Jones this early a little bit of a reach, but must be done with the uncertainty he would be available when the Dolphins use their third first round pick at 26.

19. Las Vegas Raiders

Raiders

Pick: AJ Terrell, CB, Clemson

Mike Mayock loves shopping at the Clemson store of football players. Terrell brings good press man skills, but more importantly a championship pedigree to Las Vegas. The linebacker need was addressed during free agency leaving secondary as the Raider’s biggest need. Terrell and Mullens are paired up again a few years removed from being teammates in the Clemson secondary.

20. Jacksonville Jaguars

Jaguars

Pick: Xavier McKinney, S, Alabama

Xavier McKinney stepped up to the challenge of being the leader and field general of the Alabama defense after 2021 NFL Draft prospect Dylan Moses tore his ACL prior to the 2019 season. McKinney does not fit the Earl Thomas mold of playing single high safety, but is versatile to move in other defensive positions while bringing sure tackling. The Jaguars can revamp their defense and team with the capital they have in 2020 and 2021.

 

21. Philadelphia Eagles

Eagles

Pick: Denzel Mims, WR, Baylor

Carson Wentz finally gets an athletic and talented wide receiver to play with him. From the looks of it Alshon may not be on the Eagles in 2020 plus has his chemistry issues with Wentz. Mims brings deep speed ability demonstrated by running sub 4.4 at the NFL Combine. He has the ability to slide into a primary wide receiver role as Wentz has a nice wide receiver option to go with his two tight ends.

 

22. Minnesota Vikings

Vikings

Pick: Justin Jefferson, WR, LSU

Vikings lost Stefon Diggs this offseason, but received a pretty nice haul in return from the Buffalo Bills. In doing so they opened up a need at the wide receiver position and to fill that need we add Justin Jefferson. Jefferson put worries to rest about his long speed, as he ran in the 4.4’s at the NFL Combine. He is a great route runner similar to Diggs and will do great on timing routes with Kirk Cousins.

23. New England Patriots

Patriots

Pick: Cesar Ruiz, C, Michigan

Instead of losing Joe Thuney in free agency, the Patriots applied the Franchise Tag in order to have the opportunity to either negotiate a long term agreement or sell him to the highest bidder. Nevertheless, the Patriots go into 2020 with 3 question marks in the middle of their offensive line as Joe Thuney could be a trade piece, David Andrews has health concerns, and Shaq Mason had a down season. Cesar Ruiz can bolster the unit up front and play any of the 3 interior offensive line positions.

24. New Orleans Saints

Saints

Pick: Patrick Queen, LB, LSU

The Saints have the luxury with coming into the draft with no glaring needs at any position on their roster. With no major needs, they have the luxury to add and keep LSU standout linebacker in the state of Louisiana. They can worry about replacing Drew Brees later as the Saints are in win now mode.

25. Minnesota Vikings

Vikings

Pick: Kristian Fulton, CB, LSU

Vikings go to Baton Rouge for both of their first round picks. Xavier Rhodes, Trae Waynes, and Mackensie Alexander are all gone after leaving the team in free agency. Currently the Vikings have Mike Hughes and a whole lot of question marks for their corners. Fulton is a bit of a different mold than most Mike Zimmer corners but perhaps a change of philosophy is in order. Fulton brings more fluidity and looser hips and can man one of the boundary corner spots as he excels in press man but can also play off man and zone.

26. Miami Dolphins

Dolphins

Pick: Grant Delpit, S, LSU

If Flores buys into the fact the tackling issues were created by injuries Delpit was suffering from in the 2019 season, then this can turn out to be a homerun pick as the last missing piece for the Dolphins secondary. Delpit brings range and the ability to play single high safety allowing Flores the ability to manufacture pressure by blitzing. Bobby McCain can slide back into a more natural position as the nickel corner and line Byron Jones and Xavien Howard on the outside. This secondary could end up haunting opposing quarterbacks.

 

27. Seattle Seahawks

Seahawks

Pick: Yetur Gross-Matos, EDGE, Penn State

This pick comes contingent with the looming loss of Jadeveon Clowney on the team. Gross-Matos flashed special plays all throughout his junior season at Penn State and brings a nice mold into Seattle. He looks to play well versus the run as he has vines for arms and will continue to grow and develop his pass rushing prowess.

28. Baltimore Ravens

Pick: Kenneth Murray, LB, Oklahoma

Ravens

Kenneth Murray is not the cleanest linebacker prospect all around as he still has plenty to learn and grow in his coverage skills. He is a sideline to sideline athlete who can make plays all over the field. Defensive Coordinator Wink Martindale will love Murray’s pass rushing skills from the linebacker position as he prefers an aggressive blitzing philosophy.

29. Tennessee Titans

Titans

Pick: Isaiah Wilson, OT, Georgia

Titans need to stick to their identity and what helped them go on their run towards the end of last season. Adding Wilson will help ease the loss of Jack Conklin this offseason in free agency as the Titans look to continue to run behind their offensive line with Derrick Henry. Wilson needs a lot of development, but can mow people over in the run game when asked to do so.

30. Green Bay Packers

Packers

Pick: Jalen Reagor, WR, TCU

The jump in quarterback play can’t get much better for Reagor as he goes from a stable of quarterbacks at TCU to one of the game’s best throwers. Packers need to provide Aaron Rodgers with some weapons as the game plan isn’t hard to figure out when Devante Adams is his only target. Reagor brings shiftiness and explosion to Green Bay as they go away from their mold of bigger bodied and stiffer wide receivers.

31. San Fransisco 49ers

49ers

Pick: Jeff Gladney, CB, TCU

49ers fill the question mark of who will play opposite of Richard Sherman. Gladney is not the youngest of prospects as he will be 24 during this upcoming season, but provides coverage ability and willingness to tackle in the run game. 49ers should be high on the fact Sherman can take Gladney under his wing and help him prosper into his eventual heir in San Francisco.

32. Kansas City Chiefs

Chiefs

Pick: Damon Arnette, CB, Ohio State

Arnette provides the Chiefs with a cornerback that is a day one starter. While Arnette is an immediate starter, there are questions how high his ceiling is. Regardless, the Chiefs are in win-now mode for more championships and aren’t looking for a prospect to nurture.

Round 2

PickTeamNamePositionSchoolHeightWeight
33BengalsLloyd CushenberryIOLLSU6’3″312
34SaintsJordan LoveQBTCU6’4″224
35LionsA.J. EpenesaEDGEIowa6’5″275
36GiantsTerrell LewisEDGEAlabama6’5″262
37ChargersAustin JacksonOTUSC5’8″212
38PanthersNoah IgbinogheneCBAuburn5’10”198
39DolphinsJ.K. DobbinsRBOhio State5’10”209
40TexansMarlon DavidsonIDLAuburn6’3″303
41BrownsAntoine Winfield Jr.SMinnesota5’9″203
42BucsTrevon DiggsCBAlabama6’1″205
43BearsJaylon JohnsonCBUtah6’0″193
44SaintsBrandon AiyukWRArizona State6’0″205
45

Bucs

D’Andre SwiftRBGeorgia5’8″212
46BroncosNeville GallimoreIDLOklahoma6’2″304
47FalconsRoss BlacklockIDLTCU6’3″290
48JetsMichael Pittman Jr.WRUSC6’4″223
49BearsJalen HurtsQBOklahoma6’1″222
50BearsJonah JacksonIOLOhio State6’4″310
51CowboysCameron DantzlerCBMississippi State6’2″188
52RamsWillie Gay Jr.LBMississippi State6’1″243
53EaglesJeremy ChinnSSouthern Illinois6’3″221
54BillsJonathan TaylorRBWisconsin5’10”226
55RavensZack BaunEDGEWisconsin6’3″240
56DolphinsRobert HuntIOLLouisiana-Lafayette6’5″323
57RamsMatt HennessyIOLTemple6’4″307
58VikingsEzra ClevelandOTBoise State6’6″311
59SeahawksLaviska Shenault Jr.WRColorado6’1″227
60RavensTee HigginsWRClemson6’4″216
61TitansJustin MadubuikeIDLTexas A&M6’3″293
62PackersRaekwon DavisIDLAlabama6’6″311
63
Chiefs
Clyde Edwards-HelaireLSULSU5’7″207
64SeahawksLucas NiangOTTCU6’6″315

2020 NFL Draft Positional Rankings

[Height is formatted where the last number is an eighth of an inch. (Ex: 6021= 6’2″ 1/8)]

QUARTERBACKS

QB Name School Ht. LBS. Year
1 Joe Burrow LSU 6034 221 SR
2 Tua Tagovailoa Alabama 6000 217 JR
3 Justin Herbert Oregon 6062 236 SR
4 Jacob Eason Washington 6057 231 JR
5 Jordan Love Utah St. 6036 224 JR
6 Jake Fromm Georgia 6017 219 JR
7 Jalen Hurts Oklahoma 6010 222 SR
8 Anthony Gordon Washington State 6023 205 SR
9 Cole McDonald Hawaii 6031 215 JR
10 James Morgan Florida International 6037 229 SR
11 Nate Stanley Iowa 6007 235 SR
12 Jake Luton Oregon St. 6062 224 SR
13 Steven Montez Colorado 6040 231 SR
14 Tyler Huntley Utah 6005 190 SR
15 Brian Lewerke Michigan State 6024 213 SR

RUNNING BACKS

RB Name School Ht. LBS. 40
1 D’Andre Swift Georgia 5082 212 4.48
2 J.K. Dobbins Ohio State 5094 209
3 Clyde Edwards-Helaire LSU 5072 207 4.6
4 Jonathan Taylor Wisconsin 5102 226 4.39
5 Cam Akers Florida State 5103 217 4.47
6 Zack Moss Utah 5093 223 4.65
7 Eno Bejamin Arizona State 5090 207 4.57
8 Ke’Shawn Vaughn Vanderbilt 5094 214 4.51
9 Darrynton Evans Appalachian State 5102 203 4.41
10 Antonio Gibson Memphis 6004 228 4.39
11 Anthony McFarland Maryland 5081 208 4.44
12 A.J. Dillon Boston College 6003 247 4.53
13 Mike Warren II Cincinnati 5091 226
14 LaMical Perine Florida 5106 216 4.62
15 DeeJay Dallas Miami 5101 217 4.58
16 Joshua Kelley UCLA 5105 214 4.49
17 Darius Anderson TCU 5104 208 4.61
18 Salvon Ahmed Washington 5107 197 4.62
19 J.J. Taylor Arizona 5052 185 4.61
20 James Robinson Illinois St. 5090 222 4.64
21 Raymond Calais Louisiana Lafayette 5081 188 4.42
22 JaMycal Hasty Baylor 5080 205 4.55
23 Javon Leake Maryland 6001 215 4.65
24 Sewo Olonilua TCU 6025 232 4.66
25 Benny Lemay Charlotte 5083 222 4.75

WIDE RECEIVERS

WR Name School Ht. LBS. 40
1 Jerry Jeudy Alabama 6010 193 4.45
2 CeeDee Lamb Oklahoma 6015 198 4.5
3 Henry Ruggs III Alabama 5110 188 4.27
4 Tee Higgins Clemson 6035 216 4.54
5 Justin Jefferson LSU 6012 202 4.43
6 Brandon Aiyuk Arizona State 5116 205 4.50
7 Laviska Shenault Colorado 6005 227 4.58
8 Jalen Reagor TCU 5105 206 4.47
9 Michael Pittman Jr. USC 6037 223 4.52
10 Denzel Mims Baylor 6026 207 4.38
11 Bryan Edwards South Carolina 6026 212
12 K.J. Hamler Penn St. 5085 178
13 Tyler Johnson Minnesota 6013 206
14 Van Jefferson Florida 6014 200
15 Devin Duvernay Texas 5104 202 4.39
16 Collin Johnson Texas 6056 222
17 Antonio Gandy-Golden Liberty 6035 223 4.60
18 KJ Hill Ohio State 5117 196 4.60
19 Donovan Peoples-Jones Michigan 6015 212 4.48
20 Lynn Bowden Jr. Kentucky 5105 204
21 Gabriel Davis Central Florida 6020 216 4.54
22 Isaiah Hodgins Oregon St. 6035 210 4.61
23 Quartney Davis Texas A&M 6012 201 4.54
24 Kendrick Rogers Jr. Texas A&M 6042 208 4.51
25 James Proche SMU 5105 201
26 Trishton Jackson Syracuse 6006 197 4.50
27 Kalija Lipscomb Vanderbilt 6001 207 4.57
28 Joe Reed Virginia 6004 224 4.47
29 Jauan Jennings Tennessee 6031 215 4.72
30 Quintez Cephus Wisconsin 6007 202 4.73
31 John Hightower Boise State 6014 189 4.43
32 Juwan Johnson Oregon 6040 230 4.58
33 Lawrence Cager Georgia 6046 220
34 Jeff Thomas Miami 5087 170 4.45
35 Aaron Fuller Washington 5106 188 4.59
36 Darnell Mooney Tulane 5101 176 4.38
37 Aaron Parker Rhode Island 6016 209 4.57
38 Binjimen Victor Ohio State 6036 198 4.60
39 Isaiah Coulter Rhode Island 6017 198 4.45
40 Freddie Swain Florida 6001 197 4.46

TIGHT ENDS

TE Name School Ht. LBS. 40
1 Adam Trautman Dayton 6050 255 4.8
2 Hunter Bryant Washington 6024 248 4.74
3 Chase Claypool Notre Dame 6043 238 4.42
4 Devin Asiasi UCLA 6030 257 4.73
5 Cole Kmet Notre Dame 6056 262 4.7
6 Brycen Hopkins Purdue 6037 245 4.66
7 Harrison Bryant Florida Atlantic 6046 243 4.73
8 Albert Okwuegbunam Missouri 6054 258 4.49
9 Thaddeus Moss LSU 6017 250
10 Cheyenne O’Grady Arkansas 6036 253 4.81
11 Colby Parkinson Stanford 6072 252 4.77
12 Jared Pinkney Vanderbilt 6040 257 4.96
13 Josiah Deguara Cincinnati 6025 245 4.72
14 Charlie Taumoepeau Portland State 6022 240 4.75
15 Dalton Keene Virginia Tech 6041 253 4.71

OFFENSIVE TACKLES

OT Name School Ht. LBS. Year
1 Jedrick Wills Jr. Alabama 6042 312 JR
2 Andrew Thomas Georgia 6051 315 JR
3 Mekhi Becton Louisville 6073 364 JR
4 Tristan Wirfs Iowa 6047 320 JR
5 Josh Jones Houston 6051 319 SR
6 Lucas Niang TCU 6060 315 SR
7 Ezra Cleveland Boise State 6060 311 JR
8 Austin Jackson USC 6047 322 JR
9 Saahdiq Charles LSU 6041 321 JR
10 Isaiah Wilson Georgia 6064 350 JR
11 Prince Tega Wanogho Auburn 6051 308 SR
12 Ben Bartch St. John 6056 308 SR
13 Matt Peart Connecticut 6065 318 SR
14 Hakeem Adeniji Kansas 6043 302 SR
15 Tyre Phillips Mississippi State 6051 342 SR
16 Jack Driscoll Auburn 6045 306 SR
17 Cameron Clark Charlotte 6044 308 SR
18 Charlie Heck North Carolina 6077 311 SR
19 Jon Runyan Michigan 6042 306 SR
20 Kyle Murphy Rhode Island 6032 316 SR
21 Colton McKivitz West Virginia 6062 306 SR
22 Trey Adams Washington 6080 318 SR
23 Terence Steele Texas Tech 6062 312 SR
24 Alex Taylor South Carolina St. 6084 308 SR
25 Tremayne Anchrum Clemson 6021 314 SR

OFFENSIVE GUARDS

OG Name School Ht. LBS. Year
1 Lloyd Cushenberry LSU 6032 312 JR
2 Robert Hunt Louisiana Lafayette 6051 323 SR
3 Damien Lewis LSU 6020 327 SR
4 John Simpson Clemson 6044 321 SR
5 Ben Bredeson Michigan 6046 316 SR
6 Jonah Jackson Ohio State 6034 310 SR
7 Netane Muti Fresno State 6027 315 JR
8 Logan Stenberg Kentucky 6061 317 SR
9 Kevin Dotson Louisiana Lafayette 6040 310 SR
10 Michael Onwenu Michigan 6025 344 SR
11 Shane Lemieux Oregon 6037 310 SR
12 Solomon Kindley Georgia 6032 337 JR
13 Yasir Durant Missouri 6060 331 SR
14 Danny Pinter Ball St. 6041 306 SR
15 Calvin Throckmorton Oregon 6050 317 SR

CENTERS

C Name School Ht. LBS. Year
1 Cesar Ruiz Michigan 6026 307 JR
2 Matt Hennessy Temple 6037 307 SR
3 Nick Harris Washington 6007 302 SR
4 Tyler Biadasz Wisconsin 6035 314 JR
5 Keith Ismael San Diego State 6027 309 JR
6 Darryl Williams Mississippi State 6023 304 SR
7 Cohl Cabral Arizona State 6047 300 SR
8 Jake Hanson Oregon 6043 303 SR
9 Kyle Hinton Washburn 6021 295 SR
10 Trystan Colon-Castillo Missouri 6030 313 JR

DEFENSIVE ENDS

DE Name School Ht. LBS. 40
1 Chase Young Ohio State 6047 264
2 K’Lavon Chaisson LSU 6030 254
3 Yetur Gross-Matos Penn St. 6050 266
4 A.J. Epenesa Iowa 6051 275 5.04
5 Jonathan Greenard Florida 6034 262 4.87
6 Alton Robinson Syracuse 6026 264 4.69
7 Julian Okwara Notre Dame 6044 252
8 Bradlee Anae Utah 6033 257 4.93
9 Jabari Zuniga Florida 6033 264 4.64
10 Darrell Taylor Tennessee 6035 267
11 Curtis Weaver Boise State 6023 266
12 Jason Strowbridge North Carolina 6042 275 4.89
13 James Lynch Baylor 6035 289 5.01
14 Khalid Kareem Notre Dame 6036 268
15 Alex Highsmith Charlotte 6031 248 4.7
16 Jonathan Garvin Miami 6041 263 4.82
17 D.J. Wonnum South Carolina 6047 258 4.73
18 Trevis Gipson Tulsa 6034 261
19 Kenny Willekes Michigan State 6036 264 4.87
20 Chauncey Rivers Mississippi State 6020 262 4.97
21 Carter Coughlin Minnesota 6032 236 4.57
22 Derek Tuszka North Dakota 6044 247 4.79
23 Trevon Hill Miami 6027 248 4.89
24 Nick Coe Auburn 6045 280 4.89
25 Oluwole Betiku Illinois 6030 249
26 James Smith-Williams North Carolina State 6035 265 4.60
27 Kendall Coleman Syracuse 6026 257 4.95
28 Jonah Williams Weber State 6050 281
29 Qaedir Sheppard Mississippi 6033 252 4.83
30 LaDarius Hamilton North Texas 6020 264 4.89

DEFENSIVE TACKLES

DT Name School Ht. LBS. 40
1 Javon Kinlaw South Carolina 6051 324
2 Derrick Brown Auburn 6045 326 5.16
3 Ross Blacklock TCU 6031 290 4.90
4 Raekwon Davis Alabama 6061 311 5.12
5 Marlon Davidson Auburn 6032 303 5.04
6 Neville Gallimore Oklahoma 6020 304 4.79
7 Justin Madubuike Texas A&M 6025 293 4.83
8 Jordan Elliott Missouri 6037 302 5.02
9 Davon Hamilton Ohio State 6036 320 5.14
10 Leki Fotu Utah 6053 330 5.15
11 Rashard Lawrence LSU 6020 308 5.07
12 McTelvin Agim Arkansas 6025 309 4.98
13 Larrell Murchison North Carolina State 6023 297 5.05
14 Benito Jones Ole Miss 6011 316 5.26
15 Khalil Davis Nebraska 6010 308 4.75
16 Raequan Williams Michigan State 6040 308 5.04
17 Bravvion Roy Baylor 6011 332
18 Tyler Clark Georgia 6033 289
19 Broderick Washington Texas Tech 6021 305
20 Malcolm Roach Texas 6021 297 4.84
21 Robert Windsor Penn State 6044 290 4.90
22 Breiden Fehoko LSU 6026 301
23 Carlos Davis Nebraska 6020 313 4.82
24 Josiah Coatney Ole Miss 6035 309 5.21
25 Darrion Daniels Nebraska 6034 311 5.18

OUTSIDE LINEBACKERS

OLB Name School Ht. LBS. 40
1 Isaiah Simmons Clemson 6035 238 4.39
2 Patrick Queen LSU 6002 229 4.50
3 Terrell Lewis Alabama 6053 262
4 Zack Baun Wisconsin 6024 240 4.65
5 Joshua Uche Michigan 6013 245
6 Akeem Davis-Gaither Appalachian State 6014 224
7 Justin Strnad Wake Forest 6033 238 4.74
8 Davion Taylor Colorado 6004 228 4.49
9 Troy Dye Oregon 6032 231
10 Anfernee Jennings Alabama 6021 256
11 Jacob Phillips LSU 6030 229 4.66
12 David Woodward Utah St. 6016 230 4.79
13 Markus Bailey Purdue 6001 235
14 Khaleke Hudson Michigan 5111 224 4.56
15 Kamal Martin Minnesota 6027 240
16 Cameron Brown Penn State 6053 232 4.72
17 Michael Divinity Jr. LSU 6015 242 4.85
18 Azur Kamara Kansas 6032 245 4.59
19 Casey Toohill Stanford 6044 250 4.62
20 Chapelle Russell Temple 6020 236 4.69

INSIDE LINEBACKERS

ILB Name School Ht. LBS. 40
1 Kenneth Murray Oklahoma 6024 241 4.52
2 Malik Harrison Ohio State 6025 247 4.66
3 Jordyn Brooks Texas Tech 6000 240 4.54
4 Logan Wilson Wyoming 6021 241 4.63
5 Willie Gay Jr. Mississippi St. 6011 243 4.43
6 Shaquille Quarterman Miami 6004 234 4.74
7 Evan Weaver California 6021 237 4.76
8 Francis Bernard Utah 6004 234 4.81
9 Joe Bachie Michigan State 6010 230 4.67
10 De’Jon Harris Arkansas 5115 234 4.69
11 Mykal Walker Fresno State 6030 231 4.65
12 Kyahva Tezino San Diego State 6000 235
13 Jordan Mack Virginia 6026 241
14 Michael Pinckney Miami 5111 235
15 Chris Orr Wisconsin 5106 223 4.78
16 Shaun Bradley Temple 6005 224 4.51
17 Clay Johnston Baylor 6010 227
18 Dante Olson Montana 6023 237 4.88
19 Daniel Bituli Tennessee 6020 246 4.84
20 T.J. Brunson South Carolina 6004 219

CORNERBACKS

CB Name School Ht. LBS. 40
1 Jeff Okudah Ohio State 6011 205 4.48
2 Kristian Fulton LSU 5115 197 4.46
3 C.J. Henderson Florida 6006 204 4.39
4 Trevon Diggs Alabama 6013 205
5 Jaylon Johnson Utah 5117 193 4.50
6 Jeff Gladney TCU 5102 191 4.48
7 A.J. Terrell Clemson 6011 195 4.42
8 Damon Arnette Ohio State 5115 195 4.56
9 Bryce Hall Virginia 6012 202
10 Troy Pride Jr. Notre Dame 5113 193 4.40
11 Michael Ojemudia Iowa 6005 200 4.45
12 Noah Igbinoghene Auburn 5103 198 4.48
13 Cam Dantzler Mississippi St. 6022 188 4.64
14 Amik Robertson Louisiana Tech 5083 187
15 Darnay Holmes UCLA 5101 192
16 Reggie Robinson Tulsa 6010 202 4.44
17 A.J. Green Oklahoma State 6014 202 4.62
18 Lamar Jackson Nebraska 6022 208 4.58
19 John Reid Penn State 5103 187 4.49
20 Dane Jackson Pittsburgh 5115 187 4.57
21 Josiah Scott Michigan State 5092 185 4.42
22 Kindle Vildor Georgia Southern 5097 191 4.44
23 Harrison Hand Temple 5111 197 4.52
24 Javaris Davis Auburn 5084 183 4.39
25 Shyheim Carter Alabama 5104 194
26 DeMarkus Acy Missouri 6001 195
27 Essang Bassey Wake Forest 5093 191 4.46
28 Stanford Samuels III Florida State 6010 187 4.65
29 Javelin Guidry Utah 5090 191 4.29
30 Trajan Bandy Miami 5076 180 4.50
31 Lavert Hill Michigan 5100 190
32 Kamren Curl Arkansas 6013 206 4.60
33 Stantley Thomas-Oliver Florida International 6002 183 4.48
34 Grayland Arnold Baylor 5091 186 4.59
35 Myles Bryant Washington 5077 183 4.62
36 Madre Harper Southern Illinois 6016 196
37 Levonta Taylor Florida State 5100 190
38 BoPete Keyes Tulane 6007 202
39 Parnell Motley Oklahoma 6000 183
40 Jace Whittaker Arizona 5102 189

SAFETIES

S Name School Ht. LBS. 40
1 Xavier McKinney Alabama 6003 201 4.63
2 Grant Delpit LSU 6024 213
3 Antoine Winfield Jr. Minnesota 5091 203 4.45
4 Jeremy Chinn Southern Illinois 6031 221 4.45
5 Kyle Dugger Lenoir Rhyne 6007 217 4.49
6 Ashtyn Davis California 6007 202
7 Brandon Jones Texas 5111 198
8 Kenny Robinson XFL 6’2″ 200
9 Terrell Burgess Utah 5113 202 4.46
10 Geno Stone Iowa 5103 207 4.62
11 K’Von Wallace Clemson 5111 206 4.53
12 Julian Blackmon Utah 5116 187
13 Antoine Brooks Jr. Maryland 5107 220 4.64
14 L’Jarius Sneed Louisiana Tech 6003 187 4.37
15 Tanner Muse Clemson 6020 227 4.41
16 JR Reed Georgia 6006 202 4.54
17 Alohi Gilman Notre Dame 5105 202 4.6
18 Jared Mayden Alabama 5117 201
19 Jordan Fuller Ohio State 6017 203 4.67
20 Brian Cole II Mississippi State 6017 213 4.52
21 Josh Metellus Michigan 5111 210 4.55
22 Daniel Thomas Auburn 5100 215 4.51
23 Myles Dorn North Carolina 6012 211
24 Jalen Elliott Notre Dame 6004 205 4.80
25 Nigel Warrior Tennessee 6000 297

KICKERS

K Name School Ht. LBS. Year
1 Tyler Bass Georgia Southern 5100 183 SR
2 Rodrigo Blakenship Georgia 6007 187 SR
3 JJ Molson UCLA 5112 182 SR
4 Samuel Sloman Miami (Ohio) 5080 198 SR
5 Cooper Rothe Wyoming 5110 175 SR

PUNTERS

P Name School Ht. LBS. Year
1 Braden Mann Texas A&M 5113 197 SR
2 Joseph Charlton South Carolina 6042 194 SR
3 Tommy Townsend Florida 6013 191 SR
4 Michael Turk Arizona State 6004 226 JR
5 Arryn Siposs Auburn 6024 213 JR

TGIS NFL Draft Position Rankings – 2019

QBNameNameSchoolHt.LBS.Year
1DwayneHaskinsOhio St.6033231SO
2DrewLockMissouri6036223SR
3KylerMurrayOklahoma5101207JR
4DanielJonesDuke6052220JR
5RyanFinleyNorth Carolina St.6040213SR
6JarrettStidhamAuburn6023218JR
7TyreeJacksonBuffalo6070249JR
8WillGrierWest Virginia6024217SR
9JordanTa’amuOle Miss6025222SR
10BrettRypienBoise St.6016210SR
11GardnerMinshewWashington St.6007224SR
12TarynChristionSouth Dakota St.6010215SR
13NickFitzgeraldMississippi St.6045226SR
14TaylorCorneliusOklahoma St.6057220SR
15ClaytonThorsonNorthwestern6040222SR
RBNameNameSchoolHt.LBS.Year
1JoshJacobsAlabama5110220JR
2DamienHarrisAlabama5101216SR
3DarrellHendersonMemphis5083208JR
4RodneyAndersonOklahoma6003224JR
5DavidMontgomeryIowa St.5101222JR
6JusticeHillOklahoma St.5095198JR
7MilesSandersPenn St.5105211JR
8DevinSingletaryFlorida Atlantic5074203JR
9DexterWilliamsNotre Dame5112215SR
10BryceLoveStanford5087200SR
11MylesGaskinWashington5092205SR
12DevineOzigboNebraska5105219SR
13TrayveonWilliamsTexas A&M5081206JR
14ElijahHolyfieldGeorgia5103217JR
15BennySnellKentucky5103224JR
16MikeWeberOhio St.5095211JR
17TravisHomerMiami5103201JR
18AlexBarnesKansas St.6003226JR
19KaranHigdonMichigan5091205SR
20DamareaCrockettMissouri5100225JR
21BruceAndersonNorth Dakota St.5112209SR
22QadreeOllisonPittsburgh6005228SR
23JalinMooreAppalachian St.5100212SR
24JacquesPatrickFlorida St.6020231SR
25JordanScarlettFlorida5105208SR
26RodneySmithMinnesota5’11”210SR
27RyquellArmsteadTemple5112223SR
28AerisWilliamsMississippi St.6000217SR
29LJScottMichigan St.6003227SR
30TyJohnsonMaryland5103213SR
FBNameNameSchoolHt.LBS.Year
1AlecIngoldWisconsin6006247SR
WRNameNameSchoolHt.LBS.Year
1MarquiseBrownOklahoma5093166JR
2D.K.MetcalfOle Miss6033228JR
3N’KealHarryArizona St.6023228JR
4A.J.BrownOle Miss6004226JR
5DeeboSamuelSouth Carolina5112214SR
6HakeemButlerIowa St.6053227JR
7MilesBoykinNotre Dame6036220JR
8ParrisCampbellOhio St.5117205SR
9KelvinHarmonNorth Carolina St.6024221JR
10J.J.Arcega-WhitesideStanford6020225JR
11PrestonWilliamsColorado St.6030210JR
12TyreBradyMarshall6027211SR
13DavidSillsWest Virginia6032211SR
14StanleyMorganNebraska6000202SR
15AntoineWesleyTexas Tech6050200JR
16DamarkusLodgeOle Miss6017202SR
17PennyHartGeorgia St.5080180SR
18TerryMcLaurinOhio St.6001208SR
19TerryGodwinGeorgia5113184SR
20HunterRenfrowClemson5102184SR
21AnthonyJohnsonBuffalo6021211SR
22AndyIsabellaMassachusetts5086188SR
23GaryJenningsWest Virginia6010213SR
24JalenHurdBaylor6046227SR
25JazzFergusonNorthwestern St.6045227JR
26GregDortchWake Forest5071173SO
27CodyThompsonToledo6014205SR
28RyanDavisAuburn5097189SR
29KeeSeanJohnsonFresno St.6011204SR
30KeelanDossCal-Davis6021211SR
31EmanuelHallMissouri6017201SR
32JohnUrsuaHawaii5’10”175JR
33JovonDuranteFlorida Atlantic5111160JR
34KavontaeTurpinTCU5’8″155SR
35JaylenSmithLouisville6022219SR
36TravisFulghamOld Dominion6024215SR
37NyqwanMurrayFlorida St.5102191SR
38FeltonDavisMichigan St.6034211SR
39AlexWesleyNorthern Colorado5117191SR
40JamalCustisSyracuse6042214SR
TENameNameSchoolHt.LBS.Year
1T.J.HockensonIowa6046251JR
2IrvSmith Jr.Alabama6023242JR
3NoahFantIowa6041249JR
4JaceSternbergerTexas A&M6040251JR
5IsaacNautaGeorgia6032244JR
6DawsonKnoxOle Miss6043254JR
7KadenSmithStanford6050255JR
8DaxRaymondUtah St.6046255JR
9CalebWilsonUCLA6042240JR
10TommySweeneyBoston College6044251SR
11C.J.ConradKentucky6044249SR
12KeenenBrownTexas St.6024250SR
13AlizeMackNotre Dame6040249JR
14JoshOliverSan Jose St.6045249SR
15FosterMoreauLSU6041253SR
16DrewSampleWashington6046255SR
17ZachGentryMichigan6081265JR
18DonaldParhamStetson6083243SR
19KahaleWarringSan Diego St.6051252JR
OTNameNameSchoolHt.LBS.Year
1JonahWilliamsAlabama6044302JR
2JawaanTaylorFlorida6050312JR
3AndreDillardWashington St.6047315SR
4CodyFordOklahoma6036329JR
5GregLittleOle Miss6052310JR
6DaltonRisnerKansas St.6046312SR
7TytusHowardAlabama St.6050322SR
8DavidEdwardsWisconsin6062308JR
9YodnyCajusteWest Virginia6047312SR
10KalebMcGaryWashington6071317SR
11MaxScharpingNorthern Illinois6057327SR
12ChumaEdogaUSC6036303SR
13NateDavisCharlotte6032316SR
14BobbyEvansOklahoma6043312JR
15TreyAdamsWashington6080320SR
16OliUdohElon6056327SR
17MitchHyattClemson6053303SR
18MichaelDeiterWisconsin6051309SR
19DennisDaleySouth Carolina6050317SR
20MartezIveyFlorida6050313SR
21WilliamSweetNorth Carolina6060313JR
22TylerRoemerSan Diego St.6063312SO
23IsaiahPrinceOhio St.6064305SR
OGNameNameSchoolHt.LBS.Year
1ChrisLindstromBoston College6036303SR
2ErikMcCoyTexas A&M6036310JR
3BeauBenzschawelWisconsin6062307SR
4ConnorMcGovernPenn St.6053308JR
5NateHerbigStanford6034335JR
6AlexBarsNotre Dame6057312SR
7BenPowersOklahoma6037310SR
8GarrettBrumfieldLSU6020299SR
9DruSamiaOklahoma6046305SR
10AndreJamesUCLA6041299JR
CNameNameSchoolHt.LBS.Year
1GarrettBradburyNorth Carolina St.6027304SR
2ElgtonJenkinsMississippi St.6043314SR
3MichaelJordanOhio St.6057312JR
4LamontGaillardGeorgia6025305SR
5RossPierschbacherAlabama6035307SR
DENameNameSchoolHt.LBS.Year
1NickBosaOhio St.6036266JR
2ClelinFerrellClemson6043264JR
3BrianBurnsFlorida St.6046249JR
4MontezSweatMississippi St.6056260SR
5RashanGaryMichigan6043277JR
6JachaiPoliteFlorida6025258JR
7ChaseWinovichMichigan6026256SR
8L.J.CollierTCU6022283SR
9JaylonFergusonLouisiana Tech6043256JR
10JalenJelksOregon6053256SR
11ZachAllenBoston College6041281SR
12BenBonoguTCU6034250SR
13AustinBryantClemson6037271SR
14JoeJacksonMiami6042275JR
15MaxxCrosbyEastern Michigan6047255JR
16OshaneXiminesOld Dominion6034253SR
17CharlesOmenihuTexas6053280SR
18DarrylJohnsonNorth Carolina A&T6060253JR
19PorterGustinUSC6044255SR
20JonathanLedbetterGeorgia6036280SR
21CarlGrandersonWyoming6046254SR
22AnthonyNelsonIowa6070271JR
DTNameNameSchoolHt.LBS.Year
1QuinnenWilliamsAlabama6030303SO
2EdOliverHouston6017287JR
3JefferySimmonsMississippi St.6030301JR
4JerryTilleryNotre Dame6064295SR
5DexterLawrenceClemson6044342JR
6ChristianWilkinsClemson6032315SR
7GeraldWillis IIIMiami6016302SR
8Dre’MontJonesOhio St.6026281JR
9KhalenSaundersWestern Illinois6003324SR
10DanielWiseKansas6025281SR
11DaylonMackTexas A&M6010336SR
12IsaiahBuggsAlabama6031306SR
13GregGainesWashington6010312SR
14DemarcusChristmasFlorida St.6033294SR
15TerryBeckner Jr.Missouri6035296SR
16EdwinAlexanderLSU6030331JR
17KingsleyKekeTexas A&M6025288SR
18RenellWrenArizona St.6047318SR
19KevinGivensPenn St.6012285JR
20TrystenHillCentral Florida6026308JR
OLBNameNameSchoolHt.LBS.Year
1JoshAllenKentucky6047262SR
2DevinBushMichigan5110234JR
3ChristianMillerAlabama6033247SR
4ChaseHansenUtah6027222SR
5TerrillHanksNew Mexico St.6020242SR
6D’AndreWalkerGeorgia6023251SR
7TrevonConeyNotre Dame6007244SR
8JustinHollinsOregon6052248SR
9DreGreenlawArkansas5114237SR
10CharlesWrightVanderbilt6030240SR
11SuttonSmithNorthern Illinois6003234JR
12GermainePrattNorth Carolina St.6025240SR
ILBNameNameSchoolHt.LBS.Year
1DevinWhiteLSU6000237JR
2MackWilsonAlabama6011240JR
3TreLamarClemson6033253JR
4KendallJosephClemson5115233SR
5VoseanJosephFlorida6014230JR
6T.J.EdwardsWisconsin6003230SR
7RyanConnellyWisconsin6021242SR
8BobbyOkerekeStanford6014231SR
9OtaroAlakaTexas A&M6030240SR
10CameronSmithUSC6020238SR
11BenBurr-KirvenWashington6000230SR
12DakotaAllenTexas Tech6006232SR
13DavidLongWest Virginia5112230JR
14JoeGiles-HarrisDuke6016234JR
15TyrellDodsonTexas A&M6003237JR
16JeffAllisonFresno St.5112228JR
CBNameNameSchoolHt.LBS.Year
1ByronMurphyWashington5106190SO
2RockYa-SinTemple5116192SR
3DeandreBakerGeorgia5110193JR
4JoejuanWilliamsVanderbilt6035211JR
5GreedyWilliamsLSU6017185SO
6ChaunceyGardner-JohnsonFlorida5107210JR
7JustinLayneMichigan St.6016192JR
8TrayvonMullenClemson6014199JR
9IsaiahJohnsonHouston6021208SR
10JulianLoveNotre Dame5106195JR
11LonnieJohnson Jr.Kentucky6022210SR
12ImanMarshallUSC6005207SR
13MichaelJacksonMiami6005210SR
14AmaniOruwariyePenn St.6016204SR
15MarkFieldsClemson5101192SR
16JamelDeanAuburn6010206JR
17BlaceBrownTroy6003194SR
18BlessuanAustinRutgers6005198SR
19SaivionSmithAlabama6007199JR
20SeanBuntingCentral Michigan6003195JR
21KrisBoydTexas5114201SR
SNameNameSchoolHt.LBS.Year
1DeionteThompsonAlabama6010195JR
2DarnellSavageMaryland5106198SR
3JonathanAbramMississippi St.5114205SR
4TaylorRappWashington5116208JR
5NassirAdderleyDelaware5117195SR
6JuanThornhillVirginia6002205SR
7MalikGantMarshall5115209JR
8AmaniHookerIowa5113210JR
9MikeEdwardsKentucky5106204SR
10LukasDenisBoston College5114190SR
11JaquanJohnsonMiami5103191SR
12MarvellTell IIIUSC6020198SR
13AndrewWingardWyoming6001209SR
14D’CotaDixonWisconsin5095204SR
15ZedrickWoodsOle Miss5110205SR
KNameNameSchoolHt.LBS.Year
1MattGayUtah6000220SR
2AustinSeibertOklahoma5093209SR

2019 NFL Mock Draft 1.0

Round 1
PICK TEAM NAME POSITION SCHOOL HEIGHT WEIGHT
1 Cardinals Quinnen Williams DT Alabama 6’3″ 295
 The decision is going to come down to Williams or Bosa. I haven’t seen a DT wreck an offensive game plan since Aaron Donald at Pitt.
2 Nick Bosa DE Ohio St. 6’3″ 270
 49ers are in a good position for a quality player. Nick Bosa has rare pass rush ability and is possibly a better prospect than his brother Joey.
3 Jets Ed Oliver DT Houston 6’2″ 290
New DC is Gregg Williams who runs a 4-3 defense. Ed Oliver has rare movement skills for a defensive lineman and fits the system.
4 Raiders Clelin Ferrell DE Clemson 6’5″ 265
 The Raiders need pass rushers since trading Khalil Mack. They get a good one with Clelin Ferrell.
5 Bucs Jeffery Simmons DT Mississippi St, 6’3″ 301
Simmons is another rare talent on the defensive line in this draft. The Bucs could part ways with Gerald McCoy and this would be a great fit.
6 Giants Dwayne Haskins QB Ohio St. 6’2″ 225
 The Giants don’t have a longterm solution at QB when Eli Manning departs. Dwayne Haskins is the top QB in the draft and the Giants may need to move up to secure their selection.
7 Bucs Jonah Williams OT Alabama 6’5″ 301
Jonah is going to be a solid starter in the NFL. Whether that will be at tackle or guard is the question. I think he solidifies the offensive line with Cam Robinson at LT and Jonah at RT.
8 Lions Josh Allen OLB Kentucky 6’4″ 240
Josh Allen had a fantastic senior season and could replace Ezekiel Ansah if he were to leave in free agency.
9 Bills Cody Ford OT Oklahoma 6’4″ 338
Ford is a massive offensive lineman with good movement skills. He would be a great piece to a Bills line that needs an upgrade.
10 Broncos Jachai Polite DE Florida 6’2″ 242
Yes they took Bradley Chubb last year and have Von Miller on the opposite side. But you can never have enough pass rushers. Polite is a high energy pass rusher that can give the Broncos another threat to get to the quarterback.
11 Bengals Devin White ILB LSU 6’0″ 240
The Bengals need a linebacker upgrade and can’t count on Burfict. Devin White fills in as the rangy tackling linebacker.
12 Packers Deionte Thompson S Alabama 6’2″ 196
Green Bay traded away one Alabama safety. Tramon Williams at FS is not a longterm solution and Deionte Thompson fills in as a ballhawking safety that can tackle.
13 Dolphins Dexter Lawrence DT Clemson 6’3″ 340
Dolphins need an upgrade to the defensive line. Lawrence is a space eating DT that can help.
14 Falcons Rashan Gary DE Michigan 6’4″ 281
Rashan Gary and the Falcons are a perfect match. The Falcons like pass rushing interior defensive lineman and Gary could kick inside and fill that mold.
15 Redskins Marquise Brown WR Oklahoma 5’10” 168
The Redskins need a playmaker for the offense. Marquise Brown is a speedster that could have a Tyreek Hill impact.
16 Panthers Jawaan Taylor OT Florida 6’5″ 328
The offensive line has to get better. Jawaan Taylor is a raw offensive tackle prospect that could be a major piece for the Panthers for the foreseeable future.
17 Browns Greedy Williams CB LSU 6’1″ 185
 They nailed the Denzel Ward pick last year and now need another starting cornerback. Greedy Williams has all the makings of a NFL corner.
18 Vikings Greg Little OT Ole Miss 6’5″ 325
The Vikings must help Kirk Cousins out with an offensive line. Greg Little has the making of a future starter at left tackle.
19 Titans Byron Murphy CB Washington  6’0″ 175
Murphy is a physical corner and one of my favorite players in the draft. The Titans continue to have a weak secondary where the Murphy pick makes a lot of sense.
20 Steelers Deandre Baker CB Georgia 5’11” 207
The Steelers have a lot of issues especially with Antonio Brown demanding a trade. The secondary remains a top issue that Deandre Baker can help solve.
21 Seahawks Brian Burns DE Florida St. 6’4″ 230
Their top pass rusher Frank Clark could leave in free agency. Even if they keep Clark, Burns would be an excellent addition to the pass rush.
22 Ravens D.K. Metcalf WR Ole Miss 6’3″ 225
 Lamar is going to be the starter and needs help at receiver. Metcalf gives him a big, fast target.
23 Houston Texans T.J. Hockenson TE Iowa 6’4″ 250
The Texans don’t have a stud at TE. Hockenson can both block and is an excellent receiver. Hockenson gives Deshaun Watson a weapon at tight end.
24 Raiders Devin Bush OLB Michigan 5’11” 232
The Raiders need playmakers. Mayock and Gruden are going to love Bush as he is all over the football field despite being shorter.
25 Eagles Josh Jacobs RB Alabama 5’9″ 220
They have Ajayi, Jacobs gives them a receiving threat out of the backfield. He is also a very tough runner and would be a great addition to the Eagles offense.
26 Saints Christian Wilkins DT Clemson 6’4″ 310
The Colts had a tremendous improvement on defense. Wilkins has rare movement skills on the defensive line that fits the Colts system.
27 Raiders N’Keal Harry WR Arizona St. 6’3″ 220
Jared Cook led the Raiders in receiving. Harry gives them an option to potentially be a number one receiving threat.
28 Chargers Dre’Mont Jones DT Ohio St. 6’3″ 295
The Patriots ran all over the Chargers. They need to upgrade the interior of the defensive line.
29 Chiefs Trayvon Mullen CB Clemson 6’1″ 190
The Chiefs had a great season despite the not so great secondary. Mullens is a start for the defense to match the offensive production.
30 Packers Montez Sweat DE Mississippi St. 6’5″ 241
Nick Perry had a disappointing season and Clay Matthews is not Clay anymore. The Packers need an edge rusher.
31 Rams Mack Wilson ILB Alabama 6’1″ 231
The Rams defensive line is great. The linebackers need an upgrade. Mack Wilson is a three down linebacker that could only improve the Rams Defense
32 Kyler Murray QB Texas A&M 5’10” 195
The Patriots need an heir to Tom Brady. Murray is a playmaker, but will have to overcome the height and NFL pass rush. Murray has the arm talent to be a starting NFL quarterback.

 

NFL Round 2 Mock Draft

Round 2
Pick Team Name Position School Height Weight
33 Browns Harold Landry DE Boston College 6’2″ 252
34 Giants Connor Williams OT Texas 6’5″ 296
35 Browns Ronald Jones RB USC 5’11” 205
36 Saints Derris Guice RB LSU 5’11” 224
37 Saints Lorenzo Carter OLB Georgia 6’5″ 250
38 Bucs Joshua Jackson CB Iowa 6’0″ 196
39 Bears Will Hernandez OG UTEP 6’3″ 327
40 Broncos Isaiah Oliver CB Colorado 6’0″ 201
41 Raiders Donte Jackson CB LSU 5’11” 178
42 Dolphins Nathan Shepherd DT Fort Hays St. 6’4″ 315
43 Mason Rudolph QB Oklahoma St. 6’5″ 235
44 Redskins Ronnie Harrison S Alabama 6’2″ 207
45 Packers Courtland Sutton WR SMU 6’3″ 218
46 Bengals Harrison Phillips DT Stanford 6’3″ 303
47 Cardinals Carlton Davis CB Auburn 6’1″ 206
48 Chargers Chukwuma Okorafor OT  Western Michigan 6’6″ 320
49 Saints D.J. Chark WR LSU 6’3″ 199
50 Cowboys James Washington WR Oklahoma St. 5’11” 210
51 Lions Dallas Goedert TE South Dakota St. 6’5″ 260
52 Eagles Jessie Bates S Wake Forest 6’1″ 200
53 Bucs Justin Reid S Stanford 6’1″ 207
54 Chiefs Anthony Averett CB Alabama 5’11” 183
55 Panthers Mark Andrews TE Oklahoma 6’5″ 256
56 Bucs James Daniels C Iowa 6’3″ 306
57 Titans Christian Kirk WR Texas A&M 5’10” 201
58 Falcons Austin Corbett OG Nevada 6’4″ 306
59 Anthony Miller WR Memphis 5’11” 201
60 Bears Mike Gesicki TE Penn St. 6’6″ 247
61 Bucs Dante Pettis WR Washington 6’1″ 186
62 Vikings Fred Warner OLB BYU 6’4″ 235
63 Sam Hubbard DE Ohio St. 6’5″ 270
64 Browns Tyrell Crosby OT Oregon 6’5″ 309

 

Final NFL Mock Draft 2018

Round 1
PICK TEAM NAME POSITION SCHOOL HEIGHT WEIGHT
1 Browns Baker Mayfield QB Oklahoma 6’0″ 216
 With the recent news, it looks like Baker is on his way to the Browns. Browns get their future quarterback to build around, but leave the best QB in the draft on the board. At least they didn’t make the mistake of taking Josh Allen. With 4 picks in the top 35, Cleveland could be on the brink of turning the corner.
2 Giants Saquon Barkley RB Penn St. 6’0″ 233
 The Giants get another weapon to use on offense. Barkley is a blue chip player who the offense will be built around for years to come. Eli Manning is 37 years old and there is no long term replacement so Sam Darnold could be an option. But I think the Giants want another playmaker and end up going with Barkley.
3 Jets Sam Darnold QB USC 6’3″ 221
Jets traded up in order to secure a top notch quarterback. I’m sure they were not anticipating Darnold being here, but they somehow end up with the best quarterback in the draft. Someone could hop the Jets with a trade for the second pick with the Giants in order to secure Darnold. In that scenario, I believe they would select Rosen and still be happy.
4 Browns Bradley Chubb DE NC State 6’4″ 269
 They locked up their franchise with the first pick and acquire a blue chip player Bradley Chubb. The combination of Chubb and Garrett at defensive end should be a nightmare to opposing offensive lines.
5 Broncos Josh Allen QB Wyoming 6’5″ 238
 I believe that in this scenario Denver would probably trade back, most likely with Buffalo. However, I believe that quarterback could still be in play. Josh Allen has a lot of the qualities John Elway looks for in a quarterback and could be the call here.
6 Saints Roquan Smith ILB Georgia 6’1″ 236
 Colts have one of the worst rosters in the NFL. Roquan Smith is a talented player that could be a cornerstone to the Colts defense. He’s a three down player who could be an instant impact player on this defense.
7 Bucs Denzel Ward CB Ohio St. 5’11” 183
 Brent Grimes is 34 and Hargreaves is a better nickel cornerback. Denzel Ward is by far the most talented corner in this years draft and could go as high as 4. Ward gives Tampa Bay some depth and talent at corner.
8 Bears Quenton Nelson OG Notre Dame 6’5″ 325
 The Bears moved on from Josh Sitton at guard, and Nelson would be an immediate starter on the line. Having Nelson fall this far would be a tremendous win for the Bears as a great match between talent and need.
9 Minkah Fitzpatrick S Alabama 6’0″ 204
The 49ers have one of the best players in the draft fall to them thanks to the amount of quarterbacks taken. John Lynch loves big school talent and I believe will pick Fitzpatrick with this pick. 49ers are in a shaky position at linebacker with Reuben Foster so Tremaine Edmunds could be an option here.
10 Raiders Tremaine Edmunds OLB Virginia Tech 6’5″ 253
 The Raiders need an upgrade at weakside linebacker. Edmunds is only 19 years old and extremely athletic. The addition of Edmunds improves this defense right away.
11 Dolphins Josh Rosen QB UCLA 6’4″ 226
 A great scenario where a good quarterback falls right in the Dolphins lap. The Dolphins are in a prime position to add a quarterback of the future either by moving up or hoping one falls. In this instance, Rosen is the Dolphins answer at quarterback.
12 Bills Leighton Vander Esch OLB Boise St. 6’4″ 256
Vänder Esch is a late riser in this draft and is a perfect fit with the Bills. The Bills need an upgrade at the outside linebacker position. Vander Esch is an athletic, tackling machine that could be an impact player at the next level
13 Redskins Vita Vea DT Washington 6’4″ 347
 The Redskins went defensive line last year with Jonathan Allen, but it still remains a need. Vea is one of my favorite players in the draft as a strong, athletic freak that man handles offensive lineman. The addition of Vea turns the Redskins defensive line from a weakness to a strength.
14 Packers Joshua Jackson CB Iowa 6’0″ 196
Green Bay’s secondary is by far the biggest need. While Calvin Ridley does look like an attractive option to pair with Davante Adams, Randall Cobb, and Jimmy Graham, improving the defense is the biggest concern. Joshua Jackson was a ballhawk at Iowa and could step into this secondary right away. Moving up for Minkah Fitzpatrick could also be a viable option.
15 Cardinals Calvin Ridley WR Alabama 6’1″ 189
 The Cardinals will be looking for a quarterback at some point in the draft to replace retired Carson Palmer, but receiver also remains a need. With the number 1 receiver still on the board the Cardinals take a chance at trying to find Larry Fitzgerald’s future replacement.
16 Ravens Marcus Davenport DE UTSA 6’6″ 259
Terrell Suggs is not getting any younger. Davenport is a little bit of a project on the edge, but is exactly what you look for as a 3-4 edge rusher with his length. I believe Ozzie Newsome takes a chance at a potential great pass rusher with this pick.
17 Chargers Derwin James S Florida St. 6’2″ 215
 A dream scenario for the Los Angeles Chargers. The Chargers corner position is highly talented, but the safety position needs a major overhaul. Derwin James is a highly talented safety. If James isn’t there, an offensive lineman is probably the most likely option.
18 Seahawks Connor Williams OT Texas 6’5″ 296
The Seahawks offensive line needs an overhaul. Williams played left tackle at Texas, but could possibly be kicked inside to guard. A versatile offensive lineman is exactly what Seattle needs.
19 Cowboys Da’ron Payne DT Alabama  6’3″ 311
Dallas lacks depth on the interior defensive line. Payne has star potential, but will need to improve his consistency. A wide receiver is a possibility, but there doesn’t seem to be a receiver worth the 19th pick in this draft.
20 Lions Taven Bryan DT Florida 6’5″ 291
The Lions hit on the draft two years ago with A’Shawn Robinson at defensive tackle. They could try that again with Bryan. Bryan has a high upside and is more of a pass rusher. He is a boom or bust prospect that could booster this Lions defensive line.
21 Bengals Rashaan Evans ILB Alabama 6’2″ 232
Vontaze Burfict is suspended for four games and the Bengals need to revamp their linebacking core. Evans is a versatile linebacker who shouldn’t drop below here. Evans and Bengals would be a great match.
22 Bills  Lamar Jackson QB Louisville 6’2″ 216
 Yes he is a QB. Given the chance, Lamar could be a very successful NFL starter. He has a lot of zip in his passes, but will need to improve his intermediate accuracy. Lamar is going to be a matchup nightmare for defensive coordinators when he gets a shot to start.
23 Mike McGlinchey OT Notre Dame 6’8″ 309
 The Patriots have a major need at left tackle after Nate Solder left. Mike McGlinchey is one of the top tackles in a weak class and could be a potential starting left tackle on this team.
24 Panthers Jaire Alexander CB Louisville 5’10” 196
 The Panthers need some star power at the cornerback position opposite of James Bradberry. Jaire is one of the best corners in the draft and also adds return ability for the Panthers.
25 Titans Harold Landry OLB Boston College 6’2″ 252
The Titans need pass rushers on the defense. Having Landry fall all the way to 25 would be a perfect scenario for a defense that needs to improve.
26 Falcons Maurice Hurst DT Michigan 6’1″ 292
 The Falcons lost Dontari Poe to the Carolina Panthers. Therefore defensive tackle is one of the Falcons biggest needs. Maurice Hurst is an incredibly quick 3 technique that could compete for time early. The Falcons will hope he can have the same kind of success as Grady Jarrett.
27 Saints Hayden Hurst TE South Carolina 6’5″ 250
 The Saints lost out on getting Jimmy Graham back and Coby Fleener has not lived up to his free agent contract. Hayden Hurst is an athletic and versatile tight end that could fit the Saints need.
28 Steelers Mike Hughes CB UCF 5’10” 189
 The secondary for the Steelers is the weakness of the team. Mike Hughes would help out this unit along with possibly the return game as well.
29 Bucs Isaiah Wynn OG Georgia 6’3″ 308
 The Jags defense is very good. The offense is the thing holding the team back. Wynn gives the Jaguars a plug and play guard that will help bolster the offensive line.
30 Vikings James Daniels C Iowa 6’3″ 306
 The Vikings got a steal last year in Ohio State Center Pat Elflein. Adding James Daniels could push the Vikings interior line to the next level. Elflein or Daniels could be moved to guard.
31 Isaiah Oliver CB Colorado 6’0″ 201
 As seen in the Super Bowl, the secondary needs some help. Isaiah Oliver is a highly athletic corner with good ball skills. With Malcolm Butler moving on to the Titans, Isaiah Oliver could start opposite of Stephon Gilmore.
32 Eagles Ronnie Harrison S Alabama 6’2″ 207
Round 2
Pick Team Name Position School Height Weight
33 Browns Ronald Jones RB USC 5’11” 205
34 Giants Will Hernandez OG UTEP 6’3″ 327
35 Browns Kolton Miller OT UCLA 6’9″ 309
36 Saints Derris Guice RB LSU 5’11” 224
37 Saints D.J. Moore WR Maryland 6’0″ 210
38 Bucs Sony Michel RB Georgia 5’11” 214
39 Bears Lorenzo Carter OLB Georgia 6’5″ 250
40 Broncos Frank Ragnow C Arkansas 6’5″ 307
41 Raiders Donte Jackson CB LSU 5’11” 178
42 Dolphins Nathan Shepherd DT Fort Hays St. 6’4″ 315
43 Mason Rudolph QB Oklahoma St. 6’5″ 235
44 Redskins Billy Price C Ohio St. 6’4″ 305
45 Packers Courtland Sutton WR SMU 6’3″ 218
46 Bengals Harrison Phillips DT Stanford 6’3″ 303
47 Cardinals Carlton Davis CB Auburn 6’1″ 206
48 Chargers Chukwuma Okorafor OT  Western Michigan 6’6″ 320
49 Saints Arden Key DE LSU 6’5″ 238
50 Cowboys James Washington WR Oklahoma St. 5’11” 210
51 Lions Austin Corbett DG Nevada 6’4″ 306
52 Ravens Mark Andrews TE Oklahoma 6’5″ 256
53 Bills D.J. Chark WR LSU 6’3″ 199
54 Chiefs Anthony Averett CB Alabama 5’11” 183
55 Panthers Dallas Goedert TE South Dakota St. 6’5″ 260
56 Bills Tyrell Crosby OT Oregon 6’5″ 309
57 Titans Christian Kirk WR Texas A&M 5’10” 201
58 Falcons Jessie Bates S Wake Forest 6’1″ 200
59 Anthony Miller WR Memphis 5’11” 201
60 Bears Mike Gesicki TE Penn St. 6’6″ 247
61 Bucs Dante Pettis WR Washington 6’1″ 186
62 Vikings Fred Warner OLB BYU 6’4″ 235
63 Sam Hubbard DE Ohio St. 6’5″ 270
64 Browns Justin Reid S Stanford 6’1″ 207

 

NFL Draft Fever’s Top 200 Players

Top 40

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I believe Chubb, Nelson, Barkley, Darnold and Fitzpatrick are the tier 1 talent of this draft. Chubb has that combination of having a great motor, but also the athleticism to give offensive tackles a lot of trouble. Nelson is the one player who really does not have many weaknesses. Saquon has rare athleticism as a running back, but will need to improve his vision in the NFL. Fitzpatrick is a do everything defensive back who will thrive with his versatility.

After that I believe Rashann Evans could be the steal of the draft. He can play inside or outside linebacker and does have edge rushing talent. Denzel Ward is by far the most talented corner in this draft with great man coverage skills. Leighton Vander Esch (LVE) gets a lot of hate for being a linebacker from Boise State, but he is a player. He is athletic and is always around the ball. He will need to improve getting off blocks to be a successful NFL player.

The bottom half of the first round has a ton of talented interior offensive lineman including James Daniels, Will Hernandez, Isaiah Wynn, and Billy Price. One guy that will most likely go first round that I am not the biggest fan of is Courtland Sutton. He is a big height-weight-speed guy, but does not always play to his size and does not get the best seperation. He could develop into a good NFL wide receiver, but he will have to improve on his route running in order to get separation at the next level.

Finally, one of my favorite second round guys is Nathan Shepherd from Fort Hays State. He may have played DII football, but he constantly was causing problems even when double and even triple teamed. Shepherd has the size and athleticism to translate into a very good NFL defensive lineman.

Best of the Rest

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NFL Mock Draft 2018

Round 1
PICK TEAM NAME POSITION SCHOOL HEIGHT WEIGHT
1 Browns Sam Darnold QB USC 6’4″ 225
 Browns get their future quarterback to build around and the best QB in the draft.
2 Giants Josh Rosen QB UCLA 6’4″ 220
 Eli Manning is 37 years old and there is no long term replacement. Rosen fills that role.
3 Saints Bradley Chubb DE North Carolina St. 6’3″ 275
 Colts need a major talent upgrade to their roster. They get one of the top players in the draft and fill a defensive line need.
4 Browns Minkah Fitzpatrick S Alabama 6’1″ 201
 Minkah would be a major upgrade for the Browns and would add versatility to the secondary.
5 Broncos Baker Mayfield QB Oklahoma 6’0″ 216
 Denver coached him at the Senior Bowl. John Elway takes a chance that Baker can translate that college success into nfl success
6 Jets Saquon Barkley RB Penn St. 5’11” 223
 Barkley slides a little due to the running back depth in the draft. Jets add an instant impact player for the offense.
7 Bucs Denzel Ward CB Ohio St. 5’10” 191
 Brent Grimes is 34 and a pending free agent and hargreaves is a better nickel cornerback. Ward gives Tampa Bay some depth and talent at corner.
8 Bears Quenton Nelson OG Notre Dame 6’5″ 325
 The Bears moved on from Josh Sitton at guard, Nelson would be an immediate starter on the line. this is a great match between talent and need.
9 Tremaine Edmunds OLB Virginia Tech 6’5″ 250
49ers are in a shaky position at linebacker with the arrest of Reuben Foster and both the outside linebacker positions needing upgrades. Tremaine Edmunds is an athletic freak and one of the best tacklers in the draft.
10 Raiders Roquan Smith ILB Georgia 6’0″ 225
 The Raiders need an upgrade at weakside linebacker. Roquan Smith is a three down linebacker that will fit this need. if Navorro Bowman leaves that will increase the need.
11 Dolphins Rashaan Evans ILB Alabama 6’2″ 234
 Evans is a do it all linebacker who can rush the passer on the edge or play the inside. This will add to the Dolphins linebacking unit that they’ve been trying to upgrade for years.
12 Bengals Orlando Brown OT Oklahoma 6’8″ 355
 Cedric Ogbuehi and Jake Fisher have been disappointing at tackle. Orlando Brown gives the bengals a potential franchise tackle for their offensive line.
13 Redskins Derwin James S Florida St. 6’3″ 211
 The Redskins need an upgrade at safety. Derwin james has star potential and would be a nice fit in Washington.
14 Packers Vita Vea DT Washington 6’5″ 344
New defensive coordinator likes a 3-4 nose tackle. Vita Vea is an absolute terror on the defensive line and would be a great fit for a Packers line that lacks depth.
15 Cardinals Josh Allen QB Wyoming 6’5″ 233
 With the retirement of Carson Palmer, the cardinals are without a longterm option at QB. Allen could be that QB that the Cardinals take a chance on.
16 Ravens Calvin Ridley WR Alabama 6’1″ 190
Ozzie Newsome loves himself some Alabama players.  Jeremy Maclin is getting older and Mike Wallace could be gone in free agency. Ridley would be the ideal Mike Wallace replacement.
17 Chargers Connor Williams OT Texas 6’6″ 320
 The Chargers offensive line is aging. Connor Williams is a nice option as a future left tackle or kick him inside to guard.
18 Seahawks Joshua Jackson CB Iowa 6’1″ 192
Corner has gone from a position of strength to a need. Joshua Jackson has the height seattle looks for and the ball hawking ability.
19 Cowboys Da’ron Payne DT Alabama  6’2″ 308
Dallas lacks depth on the interior defensive line. Payne has star potential, but will need to improve his consistency.
20 Lions Marcus Davenport DE UTSA 6’6″ 259
Even with giving Ansah the franchise tag they still need someone on the opposite side adding a pass rush. Davenport has the potential to be a very good defensive end in the league.
21 Bills Maurice Hurst DT Michigan 6’2″ 282
 The Bills need interior defensive line help. Hurst has rare pass rush ability for a DT and can help the bills on defense.
22 Bills  Lamar Jackson QB Louisville 6’3″ 200
 Yes he is a QB. Given the chance, lamar could be a very successful NFL starter. He has a lot of zip in his passes, but will need to improve his intermediate accuracy.
23 Rams Mike Hughes CB Central Florida 5’11” 191
 Even with acquiring Marcus Peters, the Rams still need corner help. Mike Hughes adds another playmaker to the Rams defense.
24 Panthers James Washington WR Oklahoma St. 5’11” 210
 Cam Newton needs help at receiver. Washington adds a playmaker to the panthers receiving core.
25 Titans Arden Key DE LSU 6’6″ 238
 Key has the talent to go much higher, but has some off the field issues. The Titans could take a chance on him adding a premier pass rusher to their defense.
26 Falcons Harrison Phillips DT Stanford 6’3″ 303
 The Falcons will likely lose Dontari Poe. Harrison Phillips is a possible replacement.
27 Saints Harold Landry OLb Boston College 6’2″ 250
 This would be ideal for the Saints to add a pass rusher like Landry. Landry had an injury filled 2017, but is a talented edge rusher when healthy.
28 Steelers Ronnie Harrison S Alabama 6’3″ 214
 The secondary for the steelers is the weakness of the team. Adding a hard hitting, playmaking like Ronnie Harrison could change that.
29 Bucs Isaiah Wynn OG Georgia 6’3″ 308
 The Jags defense is very good. The offense is the thing holding the team back. Wynn gives the Jaguars a plug and play guard that will help bolster the offensive line.
30 Vikings Billy Price C Ohio St. 6’3″ 312
 The Vikings got a steal last year in Ohio State Center Pat Elflein. Billy Price could push the Vikings interior line to the next level as Price can be moved to guard.
31 Isaiah Oliver CB Colorado 6’1″ 190
 As seen in the super bowl the secondary needs some help. Isaiah Oliver is a highly athletic corner with good ball skills. With malcolm Butler Likely moving on he could start opposite of Stephon Gilmore.
32 Eagles Mike McGlinchey OT Notre Dame 6’7″ 310