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1:26 Montez Sweat EDGE Mississippi St.

2:2 Christian Wilkins DL Clemson

2:26 A.J. Brown WR Mississippi

3:25 Trayvon Mullen CB Clemson

4:26 Ben Burr-Kirven LB Washington

4:33 Jordan Brailford EDGE Oklahoma St.

5:26 Lil'Jordan Humphrey WR Texas

6:25 Benny Snell Jr. RB Kentucky

7:26 Jamal Peters CB Mississippi St.

 

I personally enjoy the walkthemock.com database. Very fun draft tool. This mock isnt great for players that will actually be there in each round so this is more of a dream draft but I drafted based on our team needs.

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Man if that was even remotely possible it would be amazing haha

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You may end up being right on this,

 

A few thoughts

 

I would LOVE if Sweat could wear the shoe.....

 

Many of the league "experts" have him going 10-15 spots earlier due to his AMAZING 40 time at combine

 

I would LIKE to have Wilkins fall to our second pick........

 

Again, many of the "experts have him going 10-20 spots earlier than 34.

 

AJ Brown is a good pick, at that spot

 

I do think Mullin is an EXCELLENT CB pick up for this defense, he very well may still be on the board at that spot you have him at.

 

Overall....... If this mock happens we would ALL cheer! (At least I would)

 

Did you not like any OL to develop?

 

 

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6 hours ago, ColtsArmy84 said:

1:26 Montez Sweat EDGE Mississippi St.

2:2 Christian Wilkins DL Clemson

2:26 A.J. Brown WR Mississippi

3:25 Trayvon Mullen CB Clemson

4:26 Ben Burr-Kirven LB Washington

4:33 Jordan Brailford EDGE Oklahoma St.

5:26 Lil'Jordan Humphrey WR Texas

6:25 Benny Snell Jr. RB Kentucky

7:26 Jamal Peters CB Mississippi St.

 

I personally enjoy the walkthemock.com database. Very fun draft tool. This mock isnt great for players that will actually be there in each round so this is more of a dream draft but I drafted based on our team needs.

This isn’t an unrealistic draft at all.  With the draft being so defensive heavy AJ Brown could fall into the second round. I have DK and Hollywood Brown as the only 2 WRs off the board in the first round. 

 

 

After his combine, Sweat was projected as a top 10 pick but with that heart issue; his stock has fallen a bit. If he gets this heart issue straighten out Ballard could have a top 10 talent at 26. 

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I also fully expect Ballard to trade down at some point so we will probably add a couple of picks. I would be using those on SS and OL which I left out of current draft.

 

Even with our Justin Houston signing I still say our 1st round picks needs to be EDGE or DT

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This draft is supposed to concentrate on team needs but there isn’t an OL or S drafted? 

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