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8 minutes ago, VikingsFanInChennai said:

@coltsfanej this is why you tried to move up earlier in front of Vikings. 

 

In real draft, I hope Vikings get Jonah Jackson.

Yea. That was my goal lol. Still worked out. He was my highest rated guard I had and didn't think he'd drop. 

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2 minutes ago, VikingsFanInChennai said:

@coltsfanej this is why you tried to move up earlier in front of Vikings. 

 

In real draft, I hope Vikings get Jonah Jackson.

 

What do you like about him over Simpson? Check out what Lance has to say.

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Vikings are just assembling talent. Scheme fit or not, given that Mike Zimmer may not be back with the Vikes if they don't make the playoffs, it is good to get talented players.

 

With the 99th pick of the Gavin Mock Draft, the Vikings select another unknown...

 

Johnathan Greenard, EDGE, Florida

 

Athletic, intelligent edge defender with enticing flashes as both a run defender and pass rusher. Greenard's plus get-off and ability to bend and corner the edge are predictive traits for success as an NFL rusher...

 

@Archer You're up again. 

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1 minute ago, Matthew Gilbert said:

PFF loves Jackson

 

PFF is all over the place. I can never make sense of how they grade players. I prefer Football Outsiders. 

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3 minutes ago, NFLfan said:

 

What do you like about him over Simpson? Check out what Lance has to say.

I like John Simpson too, but I think he will fit right in an OL like Raiders and may exceed the expectations, as they use gap or power rushing concepts with zone mixed in. In mostly zone blocking scheme like ours or Browns, some reports suggest he has tightness in his hips that would restrict his mobility and flexibility required for zone rushing. I guess that's the only concern, otherwise he has powerful hands that displaces defensive linemen which could work well for any scheme if he gets it consistently right. I think the worry is that restriction may not be fixable for all schemes, and as you said we may need to have different running style to fit such players.

 

We are all projecting based on what scouts say, so it's not concrete one way or other. It depends on the individual and his willpower to achieve the ceiling, so no one is right or wrong now. Both Jackson and Simpson need some development period like others at this point, we will have to see who achieves their ceiling.

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With pick #100, the New England Patriots select Harrison Bryant, TE, Florida Atlantic.  @danlhart87 is on the clock with the Seattle Seahawks.

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2 minutes ago, VikingsFanInChennai said:

Patriots finally add weapons on offense after Brady is gone. :explode:

Yep, not sure who’ll end up QBing the team, but he or she will need more receivers...

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The biggest weakness by far for the Seahawks was their OT.

 

Seattle took Josh Jones in Round 1 and will follow it up with another...

 

Seahawks select OT Matt Peart

 

There's reports saying Peart might project to be an OG too.

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3 hours ago, OffensivelyPC said:

Sorry bro.  I mean no disrespect at all.  But if it's not work it's kids so finding the time to keep up with this is difficult.  @chad72 This could probably be directed at you as well.  I know you guys work hard to keep this thing going and I'm not trying to be difficult or make your job (as a volunteer no less) harder.

 

2 hours ago, chad72 said:

 

Totally understand. @csmopar is just sticking to the rules he framed earlier for the sake of moving the draft along. It is nothing personal against you, life happens, we all know that. :) 

I’ll echo what chad said, no disrespect intended, no hard feelings, just have to keep

things moving

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1 minute ago, danlhart87 said:

The biggest weakness by far for the Seahawks was their OT.

 

Seattle took Josh Jones in Round 1 and will follow it up with another...

 

Seahawks select OT Matt Peart

 

There's reports saying Peart might project to be an OG too.

Nice pick.  I thought long and hard about him...

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Round 3

65.Cincinnati- Tyler Johnson-WR, Minnesota
66. Washington - K.J. Hill, WR, Ohio State
67. Dallas f/ Detroit - Kyle Dugger, S, Lenoir-Rhyme
68. NY Jets f/NYG - John Hightower, WR, Boise State
69. Carolina - Malik Harrison, LB, Ohio State
70. Miami -- JK Robbins, RB, Ohio St.
71. LA Chargers -Davon Hamilton - DT The Ohio State
72. Arizona -- Thaddeus Moss, TE, 
73. Jacksonville -- Adam Trautman, TE, Dayton
74. Cleveland - Ashtyn Davis, S, Cal. 
75. Indianapolis -- KJ Ryan Hamler, WR, Penn St.
76. Tampa Bay - Jacob Eason, QB, Washington
77. Denver - Cameron Dantzler, CB, Mississippi State
78. Atlanta - Logan Wilson, LB, Wyoming
79. NY Jets - Albert Okwuegbunam, TE, Missouri
80. Las Vegas - Donovan Peoples Jones, WR, Michigan
81. Las Vegas f/CHI - Troy Dye, LB, Oregon
82. Dallas - Jabari Zuniga, EDGE, Florida
83. Denver f/PIT - Shane Lemeuix, OG, Oregon
84. LA Rams - Jeremy Chinn, S, S. Illinois
85. Dallas f/Detroit f/PHI - Hunter Bryant, TE, Washington
86. Buffalo - Lucas Niang, OT, TCU
87. New England - Matt Hennessy, C, Temple
88. New Orleans - Jordan Brooks, LB, Texas Tech
89. Minnesota - Robert Hunt, OL, Louisiana-Lafayette
90. Houston- Solomon Kindley OG
91. Las Vegas f/SEA via HOU- Clyde Edwards-Helaire, RB, LSU
92. Baltimore- Damien Lewis, OG, LSU
93. Tennessee- Julian Okwara, EDGE, Notre Dame
94. Green Bay- Jake Fromm, QB, Georgia
95. Denver f/SF- Josh Uche, OLB, Michigan
96. Vikings f/ Kansas City- John Simpson, OG, Clemson
97. Cleveland f/HOU*- Jonah Jackson, OG, Ohio State
98. New England*- Van Jefferson, WR, Florida
99. Vikings f- NY Giants - Johnathan Greenard, EDGE, Florida
100. New England*- Harrison Bryant, TE, Florida Atlantic
101. Seattle*- Matt Peart, OT, Connecticut
103. Philadelphia*- @coltsfanmurf
104. LA Rams*- @VikingsFanInChennai 
105. Kansas City f/ Minnesota*- @VikingsFanInChennai 
106. Baltimore*- @WarGhost21

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67.  Alton Robinson          Syracuse         EDGE  6'3"      264

69.  James Lynch   Baylor DL5T  6'4"      295

71.  Hakeem Adeniji         Kansas OT       6'4"      302

75.  McTelvin Agim          Arkansas         DL3T  6'3"      309

76.  Khalil Davis    Nebraska         DL3T  6'1"      308

78.  Jalen Hurts      Oklahoma       QB       6'2"      210

83.  Darryl Williams         Mississippi State        OC       6'2"      304

84.  Jacob Phillips LSU     ILB      6'3"      229

87.  Ben Bredeson Michigan        OG      6'5"      315

90.  Anfernee Jennings      Alabama         OLB    6'2"      256

91.  Zack Moss      Utah    RB       5'9"      223

92.  Logan Stenberg          Kentucky        OG      6'6"      317

93.  Carlos Davis   Nebraska         DL3T  6'2"      313

94.  Shyheim Carter           Alabama         CB       5'10"    194

97.  Devin Duvernay         Texas  WRS   5'10'    200

99.  Jordan Elliott  Missouri         DL3T  6'4"      302

100.                   Cam Akers      Florida State   RB       5'10"    217

101.                   Darrell Taylor Tennessee       EDGE  6'4"      267

102.                   Anthony Gordon         Washington State       QB       6'3"      210

103.                   Antonio Gandy-Golden          Liberty WR      6'4"      216

105.                   Rashard Lawrence      LSU     DL1T  6'2"      308

106.                   Khalid Kareem           Notre Dame    EDGE  6'4"      268

109.                   A.J. Green       Oklahoma State          CB       6'1"      194

110.                   A.J. Dillon      Boston College           RB       6'0"      247

112.                   Calvin Throckmorton Oregon            OT       6'5"      317

114.                   James Proche  SMU   WRS   5'11"    201

116.                   Larrell Murchison      NC State         DL5T  6'2"      297

117.                   Ke'Shawn Vaughn      Vanderbilt       RB       5'10"    214

118.                   Leki Fotu        Utah    DL1T  6'5"      330

119.                   K'Von Wallace           Clemson          S          5'11"    206

120.                   Nick Harris     Washington    OC       6'1"      302

121.                   Cam Brown     Penn State       ILB      6'5"      233

123.                   Darnay Holmes           UCLA CB       5'10"    198

124.                   Alex Highsmith          Charlotte         EDGE  6'3"      248

125.                   Akeem Davis-Gaither Appalachian State       OLB    6'1"      224

126.                   Jason Strowbridge      North Carolina            DL5T  6'4"      275

128.                   Markus Bailey Purdue ILB      6'0"      235

130.                   Jake Hanson    Oregon            OC       6'4"      303

131.                   Trey Adams    Washington    OT       6'8"      318

132.                   Lamar Jackson            Nebraska         CB       6'2"      215

133.                   Khaleke Hudson         Michigan        OLB    5'11"    224

134.                   Jack Driscoll   Auburn            OT       6'5"      306

137.                   Joshua Kelley UCLA RBC    5'11"    212

138.                   Collin Johnson            Texas  WR      6'1''      206

139.                   Gabriel Davis  UCF    WR      6'3''      212

140.                   Brandon Jones Texas  S          5'11"    198

141.                   Antoine Brooks Jr.      Maryland        S          5'11"    210

142.                   Jacob Breeland           Oregon            TE       6'5"      252

143.                   Troy Pride Jr.  Notre Dame    CB       5'11"    194

144.                   Lavert Hill      Michigan        CB       5'11"    181

145.                   Lamical Perine           Florida RB       5'11"    218

146.                   J.R. Reed         Georgia           S          6'1"      199

147.                   Willie Gay Jr. Mississippi State        OLB    6'2"      243

148.                   Trevis Gipson Tulsa   DL5T  6'4"      268

150.                   Joe Bachie      Michigan State           ILB      6'1"      230

151.                   Nate Stanley   Iowa    QB       6'4"      243

152.                   Yasir Durant   Missouri         OT       6'6"      331

153.                   Shaun Bradley Temple            OLB    6'1"      235

154.                   Dalton Keene  Virginia Tech  TE       6'4"      253

155.                   Robert Windsor          Penn State       DL3T  6'4"      290

156.                   Isaiah Hodgins            Oregon State   WR      6'4"      209

157.                   Terence Steele Texas Tech     OT       6'6"      312

158.                   Raequan Williams      Michigan State           DL3T  6'4"      308

159.                   D.J. Wonnum  South Carolina            EDGE  6'5"      255

160.                   Cole McDonald          Hawaii QB       6'4"      220

161.                   Matt Hennessy            Temple            OC       6'4"      307

162.                   Amik Robertson         Louisiana Tech           CB       5'9"      183

163.                   Julian Blackmon         Utah    S          6'1"      195

165.                   Jon Runyan     Michigan        OG      6'4"      306

166.                   Quartney Davis           Texas A&M    WR      6'2''      200

167.                   Chapelle Russell         Temple            OLB    6'2"      236

168.                   Jonathan Garvin          Miami (FL)     EDGE  6'4"      263

169.                   Carter Coughlin          Minnesota       EDGE  6'3"      236

170.                   Darius Anderson         TCU    RB       5'10"    212

171.                   Justin Strnad   Wake Forest   OLB    6'3"      238

172.                   Keith Ismael   San Diego State          OC       6'3"      309

173.                   Kenny Willekes          Michigan State           EDGE  6'3"      264

174.                   Anthony McFarland Jr.          Maryland        RBC    5'8"      208

175.                   Mykal Walker Fresno State    ILB      6'3"      230

176.                   Benito Jones   Ole Miss         DL1T  6'1"      316

177.                   John Molchon Boise State      OG      6'5"      309

178.                   Cheyenne O'Grady     Arkansas         TE       6'4"      253

179.                   Salvon Ahmed Washington    RBC    5'11"    195

180.                   Evan Weaver  California       ILB      6'2"      237

181.                   Terrell Burgess           Utah    S          6'0"      194

182.                   Luq Barcoo     San Diego State          CB       6'1"      175

183.                   Darrynton Evans         Appalachian State       RBC    5'10"    203

186.                   Scoota Harris  Arkansas         ILB      6'0"      234

187.                   Casey Toohill Stanford          EDGE  6'4"      250

188.                   Davion Taylor Colorado         OLB    6'0"      228

189.                   Shaquille Quarterman Miami (FL)     ILB      6'0"      234

191.                   Antonio Gibson          Memphis         WR      6'2''      221

192.                   Stanford Samuels III   Florida State   CB       6'2"      185

193.                   Malcolm Roach          Texas  DL5T  6'2"      297

194.                   Alex Taylor    South Carolina St       OT       6'8"      308

195.                   Eno Benjamin Arizona State  RB       5'9"      201

196.                   Jordan Mack   Virginia          OLB    6'3"      241

197.                   JaMycal Hasty Baylor RBC    5'8"      205

198.                   James Robinson          Illinois State   RB       5'10"    220

199.                   Levante Bellamy        W Michigan    RBC    5'9"      192

200.                   Tanner Muse   Clemson          S          6'2"      231

201.                   Bryan Edwards           South Carolina            WR      6'3"      215

202.                   Aaron Fuller   Washington    WRS   5'11"    188

203.                   Tyler Huntley Utah    QB       6'1''      205

204.                   Francis Bernard          Utah State       ILB      6'0"      234

205.                   Justin Herron  Wake Forest   OG      6'4"      308

206.                   Broderick Washington Jr.       Texas Tech     DL3T  6'2"      305

207.                   Frederick Mauigoa     Washington State       OC       6'3"      310

208.                   Ben Bartch      St. John's         OG      6'6"      309

209.                   Azur Kamara  Kansas ILB      6'3"      245

210.                   Charlie Heck   North Carolina            OT       6'8"      311

211.                   Joe Reed         Virginia          WR      6'1''      215

212.                   Javon Leake    Maryland        RB       6'0"      206

213.                   John Reid        Penn State       CB       5'11"    184

214.                   Kamal Martin Minnesota       ILB      6'3"      240

215.                   Michael Ojemudia      Iowa    S          6'1"      199

216.                   Chauncey Rivers        Mississippi State        DL5T  6'3"      275

217.                   Dane Jackson  Pittsburgh       CB       6'0"      190

218.                   Kamren Curl   Arkansas         S          6'2"      198

219.                   Lynn Bowden Jr.        Kentucky        WR      6'1''      199

220.                   David Woodward       Utah State       ILB      6'2"      230

221.                   Sterling Hofrichter     Syracuse         P          5'9"      199

222.                   James Smith-Williams           NC State         EDGE  6'4"      265

223.                   Steven Montez            Colorado         QB       6'5"      230

224.                   Oluwole Betiku          Illinois EDGE  6'3"      240

225.                   Rodney Clemons        SMU   S          5'11"    205

226.                   Josiah Deguara           Cincinnati       TE       6'2"      242

227.                   Michael Onwenu        Michigan        OG      6'3"      344

228.                   Sean Pollard   Clemson          OC       6'5"      320

229.                   Harrison Hand Temple            S          6'0"      192

230.                   Reggie Robinson II     Tulsa   CB       6'1"      197

231.                   Essang Bassey Wake Forest   CB       5'10"    190

232.                   Quintez Cephus          Wisconsin       WR      6'1''      207

233.                   Michael Divinity Jr.    LSU     OLB    6'2"      242

234.                   Alohi Gilman  Notre Dame    S          5'11"    201

235.                   J.J. Taylor       Arizona           RBC    5'6"      185

236.                   Adrian Killins Jr.        UCF    RBC    5'8"      164

237.                   Cordel Iwuagwu         TCU    OG      6'3"      309

238.                   Dominik Eberle          Utah State       PK       6'2"      195

239.                   Jauan Jennings            Tennessee       WR      6'3''      204

240.                   DeeJay Dallas Miami (FL)     RB       5'9"      215

241.                   James Morgan Florida International   QB       6'4''      213

242.                   Kendall Coleman        Syracuse         EDGE  6'3"      257

243.                   Michael Pinckney       Miami (FL)     OLB    5'11"    235

244.                   Benning Potoa'e          Washington    DL3T  6'3"      290

245.                   Quez Watkins Southern Miss WR      6'2''      190

246.                   LaDarius Hamilton     North Texas    EDGE  6'2"      262

247.                   Michael Warren II      Cincinnati       RB       5'10"    222

248.                   Raymond Calais         UL Lafayette  RBC    5'8"      180

249.                   Trystan Colon-Castillo           Missouri         OC       6'3"      313

250.                   Austin Edwards          Ferris State     DL5T  6'4"      275

251.                   Saahdiq Charles          LSU     OT       6'4"      321

252.                   Jace Whittaker Arizona           CB       5'11"    185

253.                   Jashon Cornell Ohio State       DL5T  6'3"      280

254.                   Gerold Bright Utah State       RBC    5'9"      190

255.                   Bravvion Roy Baylor DL1T  6'1       330

256.                   Brendon Hayes           Central Florida           DL5T  6'3"      293

257.                   Tavien Feaster South Carolina            RBC    5'10"    220

258.                   Jeremiah Dinson         Auburn            S          6'0"      191

259.                   Myles Dorn     North Carolina            S          6'1"      198

260.                   Stephen Sullivan        LSU     TE       6'6"      242

261.                   Austin Mack   Ohio State       WR      6'1''      215

262.                   Darrion Daniels          Nebraska         DL1T  6'3"      311

263.                   Jessie Lemonier          Liberty EDGE  6'3"      240

264.                   Colby Parkinson         Stanford          TE       6'6"      240

265.                   Derrek Tuszka North Dakota State     EDGE  6'5"      246

266.                   Chris Williamson       Minnesota       CB       6'0"      198

267.                   Dele Harding  Illinois OLB    6'1"      230

268.                   Benny LeMay Charlotte         RB       5'8"      215

269.                   Javelin Guidry Utah    CB       5'9"      193

270.                   Geno Stone     Iowa    S          5'10"    210

271.                   Kalija Lipscomb         Vanderbilt       WR      6'1"      200

272.                   Sean Adesanya           Central Michigan        EDGE  6'3"      240

273.                   Rodrigo Blankenship  Georgia           PK       6'1"      191

274.                   Josiah Coatney            Ole Miss         DL3T  6'3"      308

275.                   Adam Shuler   Florida DL5T  6'4"      275

276.                   Keandre Jones Maryland        OLB    6'2"      228

277.                   Reggie Corbin Illinois RB       5'9"      200

278.                   Chris Orr         Wisconsin       OLB    6'0"      224

279.                   Lakiem Williams        Syracuse         OLB    6'0"      225

280.                   Trevon Hill     Miami (FL)     EDGE  6'3"      248

281.                   Tipa Galeai     Utah State       EDGE  6'5"      235

282.                   Tyre Phillips   Mississippi State        OT       6'5"      331

283.                   Braden Mann  Texas A&M    P          5'11"    195

284.                   Garrett Marino            UAB    DL3T  6'2"      290

285.                   L'Jarius Sneed Louisiana Tech           CB       6'0"      189

286.                   Shea Patterson Michigan        QB       6'2"      200

287.                   Tyler Clark     Georgia           DL1T  6'4"      300

288.                   Kendrick Rogers         Texas A&M    WR      6'4''      204

289.                   Scottie Phillips           Mississippi     RBC    5'8"      211

290.                   Levonta Taylor           Florida State   CB       5'10"    181

291.                   Cohl Cabral    Arizona State  OC       6'5"      300

292.                   Josiah Scott     Michigan State           CB       5'10"    168

293.                   Joe Gaziano    Northwestern  DL5T  6'4"      275

294.                   Daniel Thomas           Auburn            S          5'10"    215

295.                   Eli Hanback    Virginia          DL3T  6'4"      300

296.                   Trevon McSwain        Duke   DL3T  6'6"      285

297.                   Rico Dowdle   South Carolina            RB       6'0"      210

298.                   Daniel Bituli   Tennessee       ILB      6'2"      246

300.                   George Lea     Arizona State  DL5T  6'3"      275

 

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LA Rams need to get younger and lighter in cap space, while also adding talent to compensate for the regression in talent, especially after losing few good pieces in trenches.

 

With the #104 pick in 2020 Gavin Mock Draft, the Los Angeles Rams select 

 

Jordan Elliott, DL, Missouri

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The defending Super Bowl champions need to make life easier for Mahomes by strengthening their defense, especially after he carried them to the Lombardi trophy after 50 years of drought. Andy Reid comes back fresh with the mindset to make the team even more tough to beat. 

 

After adding DT Neville Gallimore in the first round, 

 

With the #105 overall pick in 2020 Gavin Mock Draft, Kansas City Chiefs select 

 

Troy Pride Jr, CB, Notre Dame

 

 

@WarGhost21 and Baltimore Ravens are on the clock for the final pick of third round.

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With the 106th pick in the 2020 Gavin Mock Draft, the Baltimore Ravens select: 

 

Bryan Edwards, WR, South Carolina

 

They need a WR2 to pair with Marquise Brown, and they find it here in Edwards.

 

That concludes the 3rd round! Well done everyone, and I'm sure the commish will have the 4th round thread up shortly!

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Forum Trades:

 

Trade 1: Denver -> Carolina = Picks 15 and 46
Carolina -> Denver = Pick 7

 

Trade 2: Miami -> Cards = Picks 18 and 56
Cards -> Miami = 8th pick

 

Trade 3: Miami -> Browns = Pick 8

Browns -> Miami = Pick 10, 115 and 7th round pick

 

Trade 4: Baltimore -> Arizona = Picks 28 and 55

Arizona -> Baltimore = Picks 18 and 114

 

Trade 5: Colts -> Texans = Picks 34 and 193

Texans -> Colts = Picks 40 and 111

 

Round 1

1. Cincinnati (2-14) – Joe Burrow, QB, LSU

2. Washington (3-13) – Chase Young, DE, Ohio State

3. Detroit (3-12-1) – Jeff Okudah, CB, Ohio State

4. New York Giants (4-11) – Tristan Wirfs, OT, Iowa

5. Miami (5-11) – Justin Herbert, QB, Oregon

6. Los Angeles Chargers (5-11) – Tua Tagovailoa, QB, Alabama

7. Denver (7-9) from Carolina (5-11) – Isaiah Simmons, LB, Clemson

8. Cleveland (6-10) – from Arizona (5-10-1) from Miami (5-11) – Jedrick Willis, OT, Alabama

9. Jacksonville (6-10) → Jerry Jeudy, WR, Alabama

10. Miami (5-11) from Cleveland (6-10) – Andrew Thomas, OT, Georgia

11. New York Jets (7-9) – CeeDee Lamb, WR, Oklahoma

12. Las Vegas (7-9) – Javon Kinlaw, DT, South Carolina

13. San Francisco* (13-3) from Indianapolis (7-9) – Henry Ruggs III, WR, Alabama

14. Tampa Bay (7-9) – Mekhi Becton, OT, Louisville

15. Carolina (5-11) from Denver (7-9) – Derrick Brown, DT, Auburn

16. Atlanta (7-9) – K’Lavon Chaisson, EDGE, LSU

17. Dallas (8-8) – Trevon Diggs, CB, Alabama

18. Baltimore → from Arizona (5-10-1) → from Miami – from Pittsburgh (8-8) – Patrick Queen, LB, LSU

19. Las Vegas f/CHI- Kristian Fulton, CB, LSU
20. Jacksonville f/LAR- CJ Henderson, Cornerback, Florida.
21. Philadelphia- Eagles select A.J. Epenesa, Edge, Iowa
22. Minnesota f/BUF- Tee Higgins, WR, Clemson.
23. New England- Zack Baun, LB, Wisconsin
24. New Orleans- Jordan Love, QB, Utah State.
25. Giants f/Minnesota- edge Yetur Gross-Matos from Penn State
26. Miami f/HOU- Wide Receiver Denzel Mims, Baylor
27. Seattle- Josh Jones
28. Arizona f/ Baltimore- Kenneth Murray LB Oklahoma.
29. Tennessee- Bryce Hall, CB, Virginia
30. Packers select Justin Jefferson, WR, LSU
31. 49ers select AJ Terrell, CB, Clemson
32: Chiefs select Neville Gallimore, DT -- Oklahoma 

 

 

Round 2

33 Bengals - Austin Jackson, OT, USC

34 Texans - Chase Claypool, WR, Notre Dame

35 Lions - Ross Blacklock, DT, TCU

36 Vikings - Antoine Winfield, S, Minnesota

37 Chargers - Cesar Ruiz, OL, Michigan

38 Panthers - Xavier McKinney, S, Alabama

39 Dolphins - Grant Delpit, S, LSU

40 Colts - Jeff Gladney, CB, TCU
41. Cleveland - Curtis Weaver, EDGE, Boise State
42. Falcons f/ Jacksonville- Cole Kmet, TE, Notre Dame
43. Chicago f/LV- Jalen Raegor WR TCU
44. Indianapolis- Michael Pittman Jr, WR, USC
45. Tampa Bay- Swift RB  Georgia 
46. Carolina f/Denver- Tyler Biadasz, OG, Wisconsin.
47. Jags f/ Atlanta-  Marlon Davidson, DT, Auburn.
48. NY Jets- Prince Tega Wanogho, OT, Auburn
49. Pittsburgh- Bradley Anae
50. Chicago- Justin Madubuike DT Texas A&M

51. Detroit f/Dallas- Terrell Lewis DE Alabama.
52. LA Rams- by commissioner selection, Rams select, LLoyd Cushenberry, LSU Center. (1X)
53. Philadelphia- WR L. Shenault Jr
54. Buffalo- Netane Muti OG Fresno St
55. Arizona f/Baltimore f/NE via ATL- Damon Arnette CB Ohio State
56. Arizona f/Miami f/NO- Raekwon Davis, DT, Alabama
57. Houston-  Ezra Cleveland OT 
58. Minnesota- Jaylon Johnson, CB, Utah
59. Seattle- Noah igbinoghene CB Auburn
60. Baltimore- Jonathan Taylor, RB, Wisconsin
61. Tennessee- Brandon Aiyuk, WR, Arizona State
62. Green Bay- @OffensivelyPC otc until 705 pm est
63. Kansas City f/SF- Isaiah Wilson
64. Seattle f/KC- Byrcen Hopkins

 

Round 3

65.Cincinnati- Tyler Johnson-WR, Minnesota
66. Washington - K.J. Hill, WR, Ohio State
67. Dallas f/ Detroit - Kyle Dugger, S, Lenoir-Rhyme
68. NY Jets f/NYG - John Hightower, WR, Boise State
69. Carolina - Malik Harrison, LB, Ohio State
70. Miami -- JK Robbins, RB, Ohio St.
71. LA Chargers -Davon Hamilton - DT The Ohio State
72. Arizona -- Thaddeus Moss, TE, 
73. Jacksonville -- Adam Trautman, TE, Dayton
74. Cleveland - Ashtyn Davis, S, Cal. 
75. Indianapolis -- KJ Ryan Hamler, WR, Penn St.
76. Tampa Bay - Jacob Eason, QB, Washington
77. Denver - Cameron Dantzler, CB, Mississippi State
78. Atlanta - Logan Wilson, LB, Wyoming
79. NY Jets - Albert Okwuegbunam, TE, Missouri
80. Las Vegas - Donovan Peoples Jones, WR, Michigan
81. Las Vegas f/CHI - Troy Dye, LB, Oregon
82. Dallas - Jabari Zuniga, EDGE, Florida
83. Denver f/PIT - Shane Lemeuix, OG, Oregon
84. LA Rams - Jeremy Chinn, S, S. Illinois
85. Dallas f/Detroit f/PHI - Hunter Bryant, TE, Washington
86. Buffalo - Lucas Niang, OT, TCU
87. New England - Matt Hennessy, C, Temple
88. New Orleans - Jordan Brooks, LB, Texas Tech
89. Minnesota - Robert Hunt, OL, Louisiana-Lafayette
90. Houston- Solomon Kindley OG
91. Las Vegas f/SEA via HOU- Clyde Edwards-Helaire, RB, LSU
92. Baltimore- Damien Lewis, OG, LSU
93. Tennessee- Julian Okwara, EDGE, Notre Dame
94. Green Bay- Jake Fromm, QB, Georgia
95. Denver f/SF- Josh Uche, OLB, Michigan
96. Vikings f/ Kansas City- John Simpson, OG, Clemson
97. Cleveland f/HOU*- Jonah Jackson, OG, Ohio State
98. New England*- Van Jefferson, WR, Florida
99. Vikings f- NY Giants - Johnathan Greenard, EDGE, Florida
100. New England*- Harrison Bryant, TE, Florida Atlantic
101. Seattle*- Matt Peart, OT, Connecticut
103. Philadelphia*- @coltsfanmurf
104. LA Rams*- @VikingsFanInChennai 
105. Kansas City f/ Minnesota*- @VikingsFanInChennai 
106. Baltimore*- @WarGhost21

 

Round 4

107. Cincinnati
108. Washington
109. Detroit
110. Vikings f- NY Giants @NFLfan
111. Colts f/Houston f/MIA
112. LA Chargers
113. Carolina
114. Ravens f/Arizona
115. Miami f/cleveland
116. Jacksonville
117. Tampa Bay
118. Denver
119. Atlanta
120. NY Jets
121. Las Vegas
122. Indianapolis
123. Dallas
124. Pittsburgh
125. New England f/CHI
126. LA Rams
127. Philadelphia
128. Buffalo
129. Baltimore f/NE
130. New Orleans
131. Arizona f/HOU
132. Chiefsf/ Minnesota
133. Seattle
134. Baltimore
135. Pittsburgh f/TEN via MIA
136. Green Bay
137. Jacksonville f/SF via DEN
138. Kansas City
139. Tampa Bay*
140. Jacksonville f/CHI*
141. Miami*
142. Washington*
143. Atlanta f/BAL*
144. Seattle*
145. Philadelphia*
146. Philadelphia*

 

Round 5

147. Cincinnati
148. Carolina f/Washington
149. Detroit
150. NY Giants
151. LA Chargers
152. Carolina
153. Miami
154. Miami f/JAC via PIT
155. Minnesota f/CLE via BUF
156. San Francisco f/DEN
157. Jacksonville f/ATL via BAL
158. NY Jets
159. Las Vegas
160. Indianapolis
161. Tampa Bay
162. Seattle f/PIT
163. Chicago
164. Dallas
165. Jacksonville f/LAR
166. Detroit f/PHI
167. Buffalo
168. Philadelphia f/NE
169. New Orleans
170. Baltimore f/MIN
171. Houston
172. Detroit f/SEA
173. Miami f/BAL via LAR
174. Tennessee
175. Green Bay
176. San Francisco
177. Vikings f/ Kansas City
178. Denver*
179. Dallas*

 

Round 6

180. Cincinnati
181. Denver f/WAS
182. Detroit
183. NY Giants
184. Carolina
185. Miami
186. LA Chargers
187. Cleveland f/ARI
188. Buffalo f/CLE
189. Jacksonville
190. Philadelphia f/ATL
191. NY Jets
192. Green Bay f/LV
193. Houston f/Indianapolis
194. Tampa Bay
195. New England f/DEN
196. Chicago
197. Indianapolis f/DAL via MIA
198. Pittsburgh
199. LA Rams
200. Chicago f/PHI
201. Minnesota f/BUF
202. Arizona f/NE
203. New Orleans
204. New England f/HOU
205. Chiefs/ Minnesota
206. Jacksonville f/SEA
207. Buffalo f/BAL via NE
208. Green Bay f/TEN
209. Green Bay
210. San Francisco
211. NY Jets f/KC
212. New England*
213. New England*
214. Seattle*

 

Round 7

215. Cincinnati
216. Washington
217. San Francisco f/DET
218. NY Giants
219. Minnesota f/MIA
220. LA Chargers
221. Carolina
222. Arizona
223. Jacksonville
224. Tennessee f/CLE
225. Baltimore f/NYJ
226. Chicago f/LV
227. Miami f/IND
228. Atlanta f/TB via PHI
229. Washington f/DEN
230. New England f/ATL
231. Dallas
232. Pittsburgh
233. Chicago
234. LA Rams
235. New England f/PHI
236. Green Bay f/BUF via CLE
237. Denver f/NE
238. NY Giants f/NO
239. Buffalo f/MIN
240. Houston
241. New England f/SEA
242. Green Bay f/BAL
243. Tennessee
244. Miami f/Cleveland f/GB
245. San Francisco
246. Miami f/KC
247. NY Giants*
248. Houston*
249. Minnesota*
250. Houston*
251. Miami*
252. Denver*
253. Minnesota*
254. Denver*
255. NY Giants*

 

 

Everyone, please double check me, I think I may have missed a couple trades sunday

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1 hour ago, VikingsFanInChennai said:

The defending Super Bowl champions need to make life easier for Mahomes by strengthening their defense, especially after he carried them to the Lombardi trophy after 50 years of drought. Andy Reid comes back fresh with the mindset to make the team even more tough to beat. 

 

After adding DT Neville Gallimore in the first round, 

 

With the #105 overall pick in 2020 Gavin Mock Draft, Kansas City Chiefs select 

 

Troy Pride Jr, CB, Notre Dame

 

 

@WarGhost21 and Baltimore Ravens are on the clock for the final pick of third round.

 

Great pick, his performance in the Senior Bowl raised a lot of eyebrows and Troy Pride Jr. would be a good addition to most NFL rosters.

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@csmopar - these are all the forum trades

 

Forum Trades:

 

Trade 1: Denver -> Carolina = Picks 15 and 46
Carolina -> Denver = Pick 7

 

Trade 2: Miami -> Cards = Picks 18 and 56
Cards -> Miami = 8th pick

 

Trade 3: Miami -> Browns = Pick 8

Browns -> Miami = Pick 10, 115 and 7th round pick

 

Trade 4: Giants -> Vikings = Picks 36, 99, 110
Vikings -> Giants= Pick 25

 

Trade 5: Baltimore -> Arizona = Picks 28 and 55

Arizona -> Baltimore = Picks 18 and 114

 

Trade 6: Colts -> Texans = Picks 34 and 193

Texans -> Colts = Picks 40 and 111

 

Trade 7: Dallas > Detroit= pick 51

Detroit > Dallas = #67 and 85

 

Trade 8: KC -> Vikings = Picks #96 + #177 
Vikings -> KC = Picks #105 + #132 + #205

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6 minutes ago, chad72 said:

@csmopar - these are all the forum trades

 

Forum Trades:

 

Trade 1: Denver -> Carolina = Picks 15 and 46
Carolina -> Denver = Pick 7

 

Trade 2: Miami -> Cards = Picks 18 and 56
Cards -> Miami = 8th pick

 

Trade 3: Miami -> Browns = Pick 8

Browns -> Miami = Pick 10, 115 and 7th round pick

 

Trade 4: Giants -> Vikings = Picks 36, 99, 110
Vikings -> Giants= Pick 25

 

Trade 5: Baltimore -> Arizona = Picks 28 and 55

Arizona -> Baltimore = Picks 18 and 114

 

Trade 6: Colts -> Texans = Picks 34 and 193

Texans -> Colts = Picks 40 and 111

 

Trade 7: Dallas > Detroit= pick 51

Detroit > Dallas = #67 and 85

 

Trade 8: KC -> Vikings = Picks #96 + #177 
Vikings -> KC = Picks #105 + #132 + #205

Awesome, thanks, looks like we are good to go then!

Round 4 here we go

@crazycolt1 otc until 8 pm, 2 hour window

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List of teams and GM:

Arizona Cardinals @CR91
Atlanta Falcons @chad72
Baltimore Ravens- @WarGhost21
Buffalo Bills- @Matthew Gilbert
Carolina Panthers @ColtsGermany
Chicago Bears - @CR91
Cincinnati Bengals @crazycolt1
Cleveland Browns @coltsfanej
Dallas Cowboys @shastamasta
Denver Broncos @Jared Cisneros
Detroit Lions @Matthew Gilbert
Green Bay Packers @danlhart87
Houston Texans @danlhart87
Indianapolis Colts @WarGhost21
Jacksonville Jaguars @stitches
Kansas City Chiefs- @VikingsFanInChennai
Los Angeles Chargers @Clem-Dog
Los Angeles Rams- @VikingsFanInChennai
Miami Dolphins @twfish
Minnesota Vikings @NFLfan
New England Patriots @Archer
New Orleans Saints @SaturdayAllDay
New York Giants @runthepost
New York Jets @John Hammonds
Oakland Raiders-  @VikingsFanInChennai
Philadelphia Eagles @coltsfanmurf
Pittsburgh Steelers- @Zoltan
San Francisco 49ers @pacolts56
Seattle Seahawks @danlhart87
Tampa Bay Buccaneers @Zoltan
Tennessee Titans- @chad72
Washington Redskins- @John Hammonds

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3 hours ago, WarGhost21 said:

With the 106th pick in the 2020 Gavin Mock Draft, the Baltimore Ravens select: 

 

Bryan Edwards, WR, South Carolina

 

They need a WR2 to pair with Marquise Brown, and they find it here in Edwards.

 

That concludes the 3rd round! Well done everyone, and I'm sure the commish will have the 4th round thread up shortly!

 

Good pick!  I kept going back and forth between him and Gandy-Golden.

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3 hours ago, VikingsFanInChennai said:

LA Rams need to get younger and lighter in cap space, while also adding talent to compensate for the regression in talent, especially after losing few good pieces in trenches.

 

With the #104 pick in 2020 Gavin Mock Draft, the Los Angeles Rams select 

 

Jordan Elliott, DL, Missouri

The steal of the Draft

 

It may surprise you to find out that it was Elliott and not Auburn’s Derrick Brown who was the highest-graded defensive tackle in all of college football last season. Elliott earned a 92.4 overall grade this season with a 91.1 in both run defense and as a pass-rusher. For some context, Brown earned a 90.8 overall grade this season while former SEC defensive tackles Quinnen Williamsand Jeffery Simmons earned grades of 96.0 and 92.8, respectively, last season. That’s some nice company to keep for a guy with little to no first-round buzz at the moment.

 

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Let's choose among the best players available. I see @John Hammonds antsy to announce his pick next. :)

 

Alton Robinson          Syracuse         EDGE  6'3"      264

69.  James Lynch   Baylor DL5T  6'4"      295

 

75.  McTelvin Agim          Arkansas         DL3T  6'3"      309

76.  Khalil Davis    Nebraska         DL3T  6'1"      308

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