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NOTE: The title of the thread and the opening post have been edited. This thread shows the rules before the draft followed by the draft selections for every round.  The Big Board now shows only prospects that were not selected. 

 

Contents:

  • Helpful links to research/plan your draft
  • NFL.com's big board (post #1) - NFLfan will "cut" each pick from the big board, and paste into the draft order as we progress through the mock.
  • Each round will have it's own post (#2+... ) of draft order. 

 

In short, use this thread to keep up to date on prospects still available. This is one of many big boards. Here are some other helpful links.

 

 

NFL.com's Big Board (top 340)

 

7.3-7.5 Perennial All-Pro
None left
7.0-7.29 Pro Bowl Talent

None left

6.7-7.0 Year 1 Quality Starter

None left

6.3-6.5 Will be a Starter Within the First Two Seasons

 None
6.1-6.29 Good Backup Who Could Become Starter    

 

 Jermar Jefferson  OREGON STATE  6.12      RB
 

6.0 Developmental Traits-Based Prospect

Shi Smith  SOUTH CAROLINA  6.00    WR
    
Tre Nixon  UCF  6.00    WR    
   
Isaiah Mcduffie  BOSTON COLLEGE  6.00    LB

Ernest Jones  SOUTH CAROLINA  5.99    LB
Talanoa Hufanga  USC  5.99    SAF
Kylin Hill  MISSISSIPPI STATE  5.99    RB
Khalil Herbert  VIRGINIA TECH  5.99    RB
Shawn Davis  FLORIDA  5.99    SAF
Jose Borregales  MIAMI (FLA.)  5.99    K
Jaret Patterson  BUFFALO  5.98    RB
Javian Hawkins  LOUISVILLE  5.98    RB
Frank Darby  ARIZONA STATE  5.97    WR
Jaquan Hardy  TIFFIN UNIVERSITY  5.96    RB


5.8-5.99 Backup / Special Teamer


Earnest Brown Iv  NORTHWESTERN  5.95    DE
Khyiris Tonga  BRIGHAM YOUNG  5.94    DT
Shemar Jean-Charles  APPALACHIAN STATE  5.94    CB
Victor Dimukeje  DUKE  5.94    EDGE
K.J. Britt  AUBURN  5.94    LB
Zech Mcphearson  TEXAS TECH  5.93    CB
Dj Daniel  GEORGIA  5.93    CB
Whop Philyor  INDIANA  5.92    WR
Darren Hall  SAN DIEGO STATE  5.92    CB
Landon Young  KENTUCKY  5.91    OT
Darrick Forrest  CINCINNATI  5.91    SAF
Tre Brown  OKLAHOMA  5.91    CB
James Smith  CINCINNATI  5.90    P
Amen Ogbongbemiga  OKLAHOMA STATE  5.90    LB
Ar'darius Washington  TCU  5.89    SAF
Tony Poljan  VIRGINIA  5.89    TE
Bryan Mills  NORTH CAROLINA CENTRAL  5.89    CB
Jack Anderson  TEXAS TECH  5.89    G
Jason Pinnock  PITTSBURGH  5.88    CB
Racey Mcmath  LSU  5.88    WR
Drew Dalman  STANFORD  5.88    C
Rodarius Williams  OKLAHOMA STATE  5.87    CB
Osa Odighizuwa  UCLA  5.87    DT -
Ben Skowronek  NOTRE DAME  5.86    WR
Dan Moore Jr.  TEXAS A&M  5.86    OT
Evan Mcpherson  FLORIDA  5.85    K
Tarron Jackson  COASTAL CAROLINA  5.85    DE
Max Duffy  KENTUCKY  5.85    P
Kenny Yeboah  MISSISSIPPI  5.84    TE
Seth Williams  AUBURN  5.84    WR
Jerome Johnson  INDIANA  5.84    DT    
Deon Jackson  DUKE  5.84    RB    
Chandon Herring  BRIGHAM YOUNG  5.84    G    
Chris Evans  MICHIGAN  5.84    RB
Brandon Stephens  SOUTHERN METHODIST  5.83    C
Jalen Camp  GEORGIA TECH  5.83    WR
James Wiggins  CINCINNATI  5.82    SAF
Sadarius Hutcherson  SOUTH CAROLINA  5.82    G
Nate Hobbs  ILLINOIS  5.82    CB
Will Fries  PENN STATE  5.82    G
Larry Borom  MISSOURI  5.81    G
Garret Wallow  TCU  5.80    LB
Tyler Vaughns  USC  5.80    WR
Donovan Stiner  FLORIDA  5.80    SAF
Darius Stills  WEST VIRGINIA  5.80    DT
Dazz Newsome  NORTH CAROLINA  5.80    WR
Jonathan Marshall  ARKANSAS  5.80    DT
Roy Lopez  ARIZONA  5.80    DT
Brenden Knox  MARSHALL  5.80    RB
Naquan Jones MICHIGAN STATE  5.80    DT
Damar Hamlin  PITTSBURGH  5.80    SAF
Kylen Granson  SOUTHERN METHODIST  5.80    TE
Chauncey Golston  IOWA  5.80    DE
Tory Carter  LSU  5.80    FB

 

5.5-5.69 Chance to Make End of Roster or Practice Squad
Erroll Thompson  MISSISSIPPI STATE  5.69    LB
Kene Nwangwu  IOWA STATE  5.69    RB
Isaiah Mckoy  KENT STATE  5.69    WR
Deommodore Lenoir  OREGON  5.69    CB
Darius Hodge  MARSHALL  5.69    EDGE
Drew Himmelman  ILLINOIS STATE  5.69    OT
Jake Funk  MARYLAND  5.69    RB
Michael Dwumfour  RUTGERS  5.69    DT
Ian Book  NOTRE DAME  5.69    QB
Mark Webb  GEORGIA  5.68    SAF
Trey Ragas  LOUISIANA-LAFAYETTE  5.68    RB
Briley Moore-Mckinney  KANSAS STATE  5.68    TE
Drake Jackson  KENTUCKY  5.68    C
Malik Herring  GEORGIA  5.68    DE
Dai'jean Dixon  NICHOLLS STATE  5.68    WR
Zach Davidson  CENTRAL MISSOURI  5.68    TE
Jonathon Cooper  OHIO STATE  5.68    DE
Spencer Brown  ALABAMA-BIRMINGHAM  5.68    RB
Kayode Awosika  BUFFALO  5.68    G
Marlon Williams  UCF  5.67    WR
Sam Webb  MISSOURI WESTERN STATE 5.67    CB
Richard Lecounte Iii  GEORGIA  5.67    SAF
Tay Gowan  UCF  5.67    CB
Dax Milne  BRIGHAM YOUNG  5.66    WR
Ryan Mccollum  TEXAS A&M  5.66    C
Mike Strachan  CHARLESTON (WV)  5.65    WR
Tj Slaton  FLORIDA  5.65    DT
Josh Kaindoh  FLORIDA STATE  5.65    DE
Feleipe Franks  ARKANSAS  5.65    QB
Eli Mitchell  LOUISIANA-LAFAYETTE  5.64    RB
Tre' Mckitty  GEORGIA  5.64    TE
Forrest Merrill  ARKANSAS STATE  5.63    DT
Tony Fields Ii  WEST VIRGINIA  5.63    LB
Greg Eiland  MISSISSIPPI STATE  5.63    G
Keyion Dixon  EASTERN KENTUCKY  5.63    WR
Cole Van Lanen  WISCONSIN  5.62    G
Mason Stokke  WISCONSIN  5.62    FB
Pressley Harvin Iii  GEORGIA TECH  5.62    P
Nick Eubanks  MICHIGAN  5.62    TE
Josh Johnson  LOUISIANA-MONROE  5.61    RB
Chris Wilcox  BRIGHAM YOUNG  5.60    CB
Grant Stuard  HOUSTON  5.60    LB
Dylan Soehner  IOWA STATE  5.60    TE
Brandon Smith  IOWA  5.60    WR
Tre Norwood  OKLAHOMA  5.60    CB
Javon Mckinley  NOTRE DAME  5.60    WR
Tim Jones  SOUTHERN MISSISSIPPI  5.60    WR
Robert Jones  MIDDLE TENNESSEE STATE  5.60    G
Carson Green  TEXAS A&M  5.60    OT
Chris Garrett  CONCORDIA-ST. PAUL  5.60    EDGE
Luke Farrell  OHIO STATE  5.60    TE
Jake Curhan  CALIFORNIA  5.60    OT
Riley Cole  SOUTH ALABAMA  5.60    LB
Camryn Bynum  CALIFORNIA  5.60    CB
Gary Brightwell  ARIZONA  5.60    RB
Brady Breeze  OREGON  5.60    SAF
Joshuah Bledsoe  MISSOURI  5.60    SAF
Jaquan Bailey  IOWA STATE  5.60    DE
Cary Angeline  NORTH CAROLINA STATE  5.60    TE
Jonathan Adams  ARKANSAS STATE  5.60    WR
Nahshon Wright  OREGON STATE  5.59    CB
Jamar Watson  KENTUCKY  5.59    EDGE
Tariq Thompson  SAN DIEGO STATE  5.59    SAF
Warren Jackson  COLORADO STATE  5.59    WR
Jack Heflin  IOWA  5.59    DT
Tq Graham  TEXAS  5.59    DT
Marquiss Spencer  MISSISSIPPI STATE  5.58    DE
Cj Marable  COASTAL CAROLINA  5.58    RB
Elijah Sullivan  KANSAS STATE  5.57    LB
Stevie Scott Iii  INDIANA  5.57    RB
Khalil Mcclain  TROY  5.57    WR
Raymond Johnson Iii  GEORGIA SOUTHERN  5.57    DE
Adrian Hardy  LOUISIANA TECH  5.57    WR
Austin Faoliu  OREGON  5.57    DT
Drue Chrisman  OHIO STATE  5.57    P
Tristen Hoge  BRIGHAM YOUNG  5.56    G
Trevon Grimes  FLORIDA  5.56    WR
Pro Wells  TCU  5.55    TE
Branden Mack  TEMPLE  5.55    WR
Isaiahh Loudermilk  WISCONSIN  5.55    DE
Brandin Echols  KENTUCKY  5.55    CB
Tuf Borland  OHIO STATE  5.55    LB
Blake Proehl  EAST CAROLINA  5.54    WR
Josiah Bronson  WASHINGTON  5.54    DT
T.J. Vasher  TEXAS TECH  5.53    WR
Ben Mason  MICHIGAN  5.53    FB
Daelin Hayes  NOTRE DAME  5.53    EDGE
Paddy Fisher  NORTHWESTERN  5.53    LB
Brennan Eagles  TEXAS  5.53    WR


 

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Round 1 Draft Selections:

 

1) Jacksonville Jaguars @chad72 -- Trevor Lawrence, QB, Clemson


2) New York Jets @Archer -- Zach Wilson, QB, BYU


3) San Francisco 49ers  (from Houston Texans through Miami Dolphins)  @BProland85 -- Mac Jones, QB, Alabama


4) Atlanta Falcons @jvan1973 -- Justin Fields, QB, Ohio State


5) Cincinnati Bengals @stitches -- Kyle Pitts, TE, Florida


6) Miami Dolphins (from Philadelphia Eagles) @EastStreet -- Penei Sewell, OT, Oregon


7) Detroit Lions. @RNGDShobby -- Devonta Smith  ALABAMA  WR 

 

8) Carolina Panthers. @MPStack -- Patrick Surtain Ii  ALABAMA  CB  

 

9) Denver Broncos. @ColtsGermany --  Trey Lance  NORTH DAKOTA STATE   QB


10) Dallas Cowboys @luv_pony_express -- Jaycee Horn  SOUTH CAROLINA    CB   


11) Raiders (trade with New York Giants) @chad72 -- Rashawn Slater  NORTHWESTERN 6.70     OT    


12) Philadelphia Eagles (from San Francisco 49ers through Miami Dolphins) @Defjamz26 -- Ja'marr Chase  LSU  WR    


13) Los Angeles Chargers. @PRnum1 -- Christian Darrisaw  VIRGINIA TECH  6.45  OT    


14) Minnesota Vikings @luv_pony_express -- Kwity Paye  MICHIGAN  EDGE


15) New England Patriots. @Nickster --Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah  NOTRE DAME  LB

 

16) Arizona Cardinals -- @JoeThornburg -- Greg Newsome, NORTHWESTERN   CB

 

17) NY Giants throughLas Vegas Raiders @diogosales -- Jaylen Waddle  ALABAMA   WR  

 

18) Miami Dolphins @EastStreet Jayson Oweh  PENN STATE  EDGE 

 

19) Washington Football Team. @Coltsman1788 -- Teven Jenkins, Offensive Tackle from Oklahoma State. 

 

20) Chicago Bears. @EastStreet -- Alijah Vera-Tucker  USC   G/T

 

21) Browns (trade with Indianapolis Colts) @RNGDShobby Baron Browning  OHIO STATE    LB  

 

22)  KC Chiefs (trade with Tennessee) @danlhart87  Sam Cosmi  TEXAS   OT  

 

23) New York Jets (from Seattle Seahawks). @Archer  -- Caleb Farley  VIRGINIA TECH  CB

 

24) Pittsburgh Steelers @JoeThornburg -- Najee Harris  ALABAMA  RB  

 

25) Packers via trade with Jaguars (from Rams) @diogoSales -- Liam Eichenberg  NOTRE DAME   OT

  

26) Colts (trade with Cleveland Browns)   @WarGhost21 -- Terrace Marshall Jr.  LSU  WR 

   

27) Baltimore Ravens @JediXMan -- Rashod Bateman  MINNESOTA   WR  

 

28) New Orleans Saints.  @SaturdayAllDay -- Christian Barmore  ALABAMA  DT

 

29) Jacksonville (via trade with Green Bay Packers) @chad72 -- Trevon Moehrig  TCU   SAF    

 

30) Buffalo Bills@EastStreet -- Travis Etienne  CLEMSON  RB

 

31) Tennessee (trade with Kansas City) @Jared Cisneros -- Azeez Ojulari  GEORGIA  EDGE

 

32) Tampa Bay Buccaneers @jvan1973 -- Elijah Moore  MISSISSIPPI    WR

 

The following teams did not have draft picks in the first round:

Houston Texans @qwiz

Seattle Seahawks @EastStreet

Los Angeles Rams @chad72

 

 

 

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Second Round will start at 7pm ET on Tuesday, April 20th. 

 

33) Bengals (trade with Jacksonville Jaguars 7:00

@stitches. -- Micah Parsons  PENN STATE  6.89  LB    
34) New York Jets @Archer -- Quinn Meinerz  WIS.-WHITEWATER   C  
35) Atlanta Falcons @jvan1973 -- Levi Onwuzurike  WASHINGTON  DT 

36) Miami Dolphins (from Houston Texans) 7:15@EastStreet -- Landon Dickerson  ALABAMA  C
37) Philadelphia Eagles 7:20 @Defjamz26  Eric Stokes  GEORGIA   CB 

38) Jacksonville (trade Cincinnati Bengals) @chad72  Kadarius Toney  FLORIDA  6.36    WR    

39) Carolina Panthers 7:30 @MPStack Creed Humphrey  OKLAHOMA   C

40) Denver Broncos 7:35@ColtsGermany  Zaven Collins  TULSA  LB

 

 

-----mini break-----


41) Detroit Lions 7:50@RNGDShobby-- Jaelan Phillips  MIAMI (FLA.)  EDGE  
42) New York Giants 7:55 @DiogoSales -- Payton Turner  HOUSTON   DE    
43) San Francisco 49ers 8:00 @BProland85 -- Aaron Robinson  UCF    CB    
44) Dallas Cowboys @luv_pony_express -- Joe Tryon  WASHINGTON   EDGE
45) Jacksonville Jaguars (from Minnesota Vikings) @chad72 -- Tommy Tremble  NOTRE DAME  TE  
46) New England Patriots @Nickster -- Kyle Trask  FLORIDA  QB
47) Los Angeles Chargers @PRnum1 -- Jevon Holland  OREGON  6.25    SAF    
48) Las Vegas Raiders Commissioner's pick@chad72 Ifeatu Melifonwu  SYRACUSE   CB

 

-----break-----


49) Arizona Cardinals 9:00@JoeThornburg Kendrick Green  ILLINOIS  G
50) Miami Dolphins 9:05.@EastStreet Rondale Moore  PURDUE     WR
51) Washington Football Team @Coltsman1788 -- Pat Freiermuth  PENN STATE    TE
52) Chicago Bears 9:15 Commissioner's pick @EastStreet Tyson Campbell  GEORGIA  CB

53) Tennessee Titans @Jared Cisneros Tylan Wallace  OKLAHOMA STATE  WR    
54) Indianapolis Colts @WarGhost21 -- Greg Rousseau  MIAMI (FLA.)  EDGE 
55) Pittsburgh Steelers @JoeThornburg -- Alex Leatherwood  ALABAMA   OT    
56) Seattle Seahawks Commissioner's pick@EastStreet -- Boogie Basham  WAKE FOREST  6.29    DE  

 

-----mini break-----


57) Los Angeles Rams 9:50. Commissioner's pick @chad72 Jamin Davis  KENTUCKY   LB  
58) Baltimore Ravens 9:55. @JediXMan Joseph Ossai  TEXAS  EDGE  
59) Cleveland Browns 10:00. @RNGDShobby Paulson Adebo  STANFORD  CB    

60) New Orleans Saints 10:05. @SaturdayAllDay Nick Bolton  MISSOURI   LB    
61) Buffalo Bills 10:10. Commissioner's pick @EastStreetChris Rumph Ii  DUKE  EDGE  
62) Green Bay Packers 10:15. @DiogoSales Nico Collins  MICHIGAN   WR 
63) Tennessee Titans (from KC) 10:20. @Jared Cisneros Asante Samuel Jr.  FLORIDA STATE  CB 
64) Tampa Bay Buccaneers 10:25. @jvan1973 Aaron Banks  NOTRE DAME  6.29    G  

 

Round 2 Thread:

 

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Round 3

-----------session 1----------
65) Kansas City (via Jags) 7:00  @danlhart87 Kelvin Joseph  KENTUCKY   CB 
66) New York Jets 7:05 @Archer Dillon Radunz  NORTH DAKOTA STATE    OT 

67) Houston Texans 7:10 @Qwiz  Robert Rochell  CENTRAL ARKANSAS   CB  
68) Atlanta Falcons 7:15@jvan1973  Dayo Odeyingbo  VANDERBILT  EDGE  
69) Cincinnati Bengals 7:20 @stitches  Walker Little  STANFORD   OT  

70) Philadelphia Eagles 7:25 @Defjamz26 Jabril Cox  LSU  LB
71) Denver Broncos 7:30 @ColtsGermany Elijah Molden  WASHINGTON  6.25    CB    
72) Detroit Lions 7:35 @RNGDShobby  Jamar Johnson  INDIANA  6.30    SAF  

 

Mini-break

-----------session 2----------
73) Carolina Panthers 7:50 @MPStack Pete Werner  OHIO STATE     LB
74) Washington Football Team (from 49ers) 7:55 @Coltsman1788 Davis Mills  STANFORD     QB
75) Dallas Cowboys 8:00 @luv_pony_express Stone Forsythe  FLORIDA  OT    
76) New York Giants 8:05 @DiogoSales Dylan Moses  ALABAMA  6.21    LB

77) Los Angeles Charger 8:10 @PRnum1 Shakur Brown  MICHIGAN STATE  CB 
78) Minnesota Vikings 8:15 @luv_pony_express Trey Smith  TENNESSEE     G  
79) Giants via Las Vegas Raiders (from Cardinals) 8:20 @DiogoSales Benjamin St-Juste  MINNESOTA  CB
80) Giants via Las Vegas Raiders 8:25 @DiogoSales Deonte Brown  ALABAMA   G  

 

30 minute break 

-----------session 3----------
81) Colts (via Miami Dolphins) 9:00 @WarGhost21 Jalen Mayfield  MICHIGAN  OT
82) Washington Football Team 9:05 @Coltsman1788  Cade Johnson  SOUTH DAKOTA STATE  WR
83) Chicago Bears 9:10 Amari Rodgers  CLEMSON  6.25    WR  
84) Philadelphia Eagles (from Indianapolis Colts) 9:15 @Defjamz26 Richie Grant  UCF SAF    
85) Tennessee Titans 9:20 @Jared Cisneros Spencer Brown  NORTHERN IOWA  OT  
86) New York Jets (from Seahawks) 9:25 @Archer D'wayne Eskridge  WESTERN MICHIGAN  WR
87) Pittsburgh Steelers 9:30 @JoeThornburg Thomas Graham Jr.  OREGON  CB
88) Los Angeles Rams 9:35 Commissioner's pick @chad72  Josh Myers  OHIO STATE   C  

 

Mini-break

-----------session 4----------
89) Jacksonville (via Cleveland Browns) 9:50 @chad72 Brady Christensen  BRIGHAM YOUNG   OT
90) Minnesota Vikings (from Baltimore Ravens) 9:55 @luv_pony_expressAmon-Ra St. Brown  USC  6.21    WR
91) Dolphins [via trade with Colts, from Browns (from Saints)] 10:00 @EastStreetJavonte Williams  NORTH CAROLINA  6.40  RB 
92) Browns (via Jags, via Green Bay Packers) 10:05 @RNGDShobby Austin Watkins Jr.  UAB  WR
93) Buffalo Bills 10:10 Charles Snowden  VIRGINIA  6.22    EDGE
94) Jacksonville (via Kansas City Chiefs) 10:15 @chad72 Daviyon Nixon  IOWA  6.12    DT
95) Tampa Bay Buccaneers 10:20 @jvan1973 Milton Williams  LOUISIANA TECH  6.25    DT    
96) New England Patriots (com selection) 10:25 @Nickster  Josh Palmer  TENNESSEE  WR  

 

Mini-break

-----------session 5----------
97) Los Angeles Chargers (compensatory selection) 10:40 @PRnum1 Tyler Shelvin  LSU  6.20    DT
98) New Orleans Saints (compensatory selection) 10:45 @SaturdayAllDay Dyami Brown  NORTH CAROLINA  6.19    WR
99) Dallas Cowboys (compensatory selection) 10:50 @luv_pony_express Wyatt Davis, Ohio State G
100) Jacksonville [(via KC from Tennessee Titans (compensatory selection)] 10:55

@chad72 Chazz Surratt  NORTH CAROLINA  LB
101) Detroit Lions (from Los Angeles Rams; comp selection) 11:00 @RNGDShobby Jay Tufele, DT, USC
102) San Francisco 49ers (special compensatory selection) 11:05 @BProland85 Divine Deablo  VIRGINIA TECH  6.23    SAF    
103) Los Angeles Rams (special comp selection) 11:10 @chad72 Hunter Long  BOSTON COLLEGE  TE
104) Baltimore Ravens (special comp selection) 11:15 @JediXMan Jackson Carman  CLEMSON    G
105) New Orleans Saints (special compensatory selection) 11:20 @SaturdayAllDay  Patrick Jones Ii  PITTSBURGH  5.90    EDGE

 

Round 3 Thread: (I'm not sure how to remove that picture. lol)

 

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Round 4

 

Session 1
106) Green Bay (Jaguars) 700 @DiogoSales  Jaylon Moore  WESTERN MICHIGAN  6.19    OT    
107) New York Jets 705 @Archer  Elerson Smith  NORTHERN IOWA  EDGE
108) Atlanta Falcons 710 @jvan1973  Michael Carter  NORTH CAROLINA  6.17    RB
109) Houston Texans 715 @Qwiz  Malcolm Koonce  BUFFALO  6.18    EDGE    
110) Cleveland Browns (Eagles) 720 @RNGDShobby  Ben Cleveland  GEORGIA   G  
111) Steelers (Jacksonville via Bengals) 725 @JoeThornburg  Trey Hill  GEORGIA  5.69    C
112) Detroit Lions 730 @RNGDShobby  Cornell Powell  CLEMSON  6.21      WR
113) Jaguars (from Carolina Panthers) 735 @chad72  Israel Mukuamu  SOUTH CAROLINA  6.00    CB


114) Denver Broncos 750 @ColtsGermany Eaststreet  James Hudson Cincinnati OT
115) Dallas Cowboys 755 @luv_pony_express Bobby Brown Iii  TEXAS A&M  6.14    DT
116) Raiders (Giants) 800 commish @chad72   Alim Mcneill  NORTH CAROLINA STATE  6.14    DT
117) San Francisco 49ers 805 @BProland85  Patrick Johnson  TULANE  6.16    EDGE  
118) Los Angeles Chargers 810 @PRnum1  Ronnie Perkins  OKLAHOMA  6.12    EDGE
119) Minnesota Vikings 815 @luv_pony_express  Josh Ball  MARSHALL  6.16    OT  
120) New England Patriots 820 @Nickster  Trey Sermon  OHIO STATE  6.20    RB    
121) Las Vegas Raiders 825 commish @chad72  Cameron McGrone, Michigan, LB
-------break------

 

Session 3
122) New England Patriots (Cardinals via Texans) 900 @Nickster  Hamsah Nasirildeen  FL STATE   SAF
123) Philadelphia Eagles (Dolphins) 905 @Defjamz26 Marquez Stevenson  HOUSTON  6.15    WR
124) Washington Football Team 910 @Coltsman1788 Royce Newman  MISSISSIPPI  6.13    G
125) Minnesota Vikings (Bears) 915 @luv_pony_express Kary Vincent Jr.  LSU  6.14    CB
126) Tennessee Titans 920 @Jared Cisneros  Kenneth Gainwell, Memphis, RB
127) Miami Dolpins (Colts) 925 @EastStreet  Tutu Atwell  LOUISVILLE  5.97    WR
128) Panthers (Jacksonville Jaguars via Steelers) 930  @mpstack Jordan Smith  UAB  6.00    EDGE
129) Seattle Seahawks 935 Commish @EastStreet  Josh Imatorbhebhe Illinois WR

130) Jacksonville Jaguars (Rams) 950 @chad72  Chuba Hubbard  OKLAHOMA STATE  6.10    RB
131) Baltimore Ravens 955 @JediXMan  Bryce Thompson  TENNESSEE  6.00    CB
132) Cleveland Browns 1000 @RNGDShobby  Tommy Togiai  OHIO STATE  5.94    DT
133) New Orleans Saints 1005 @SaturdayAllDay  Olaijah Griffin  USC  5.89    CB 
134) Minnesota Vikings (Bills) 1010 @luv_pony_express  Kellen Mond  TEXAS A&M  6.12    QB
135) Green Bay Packers 1015 @DiogoSales  Dave Moore  GRAMBLING STATE  6.00    G
136) Panthers (Jacksonville Jaguars via Chiefs) 1020 @MPStack  Ambry Thomas  MICHIGAN  6.00    CB
137) Tampa Bay Buccaneers 1025 @jvan1973  Jaylen Twyman  PITTSBURGH  6.11    DT

138) Dallas Cowboys (comp) 1040 @luv_pony_express  Robert Hainsey  NOTRE DAME  5.90    OT
139) New England Patriots (comp) 1045 @Nickster  Tommy Kraemer  NOTRE DAME  5.65    G
140) Jacksonville Jaguars (Steelers comp) 1050 @chad72  Shaka Toney  PENN STATE  5.98    EDGE
141) Los Angeles Rams (comp) 1055 commish @chad72  Tamorrion Terry  FLORIDA STATE  6.15    WR
142) Green Bay Packers (comp) 1100 @DiogoSales Derrick Barnes  PURDUE  5.82    LB
143) Minnesota Vikings (comp) 1105 @luv_pony_express  Ade Ogundeji  NOTRE DAME  5.84    DE
144) Kansas City Chiefs (comp) 1110 @danlhart87  Christian Uphoff  ILLINOIS STATE  6.00    SAF

 

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Round 5


145) Jacksonville Jaguars @chad72 --  Andre Cisco  SYRACUSE  6.10    SAF
146) New York Jets @Archer -- Marco Wilson  FLORIDA  5.96    CB
147) Houston Texans @Qwiz or CP -- Anthony Schwartz  AUBURN  6.00    WR
148) Atlanta Falcons @jvan1973 -- Noah Gray  DUKE  5.87    TE
149) Cincinnati Bengals @stitches -- Marvin Wilson  FLORIDA STATE  5.96    DT
150) Philadelphia Eagles @Defjamz26 -- Brevin Jordan  MIAMI (FLA.)  5.95    TE
151) Carolina Panthers @MPStack -- D'ante Smith  EAST CAROLINA  5.93    OT
152) Denver Broncos @ColtsGermany -- Shaun Wade  OHIO STATE  5.99    CB
153) Detroit Lions @RNGDShobby --  Janarius Robinson  FLORIDA STATE  5.94    EDGE
154) New York Jets (from New York Giants) @Archer -- Garret Wallow  TCU  5.80    LB
 


155) San Francisco 49ers @BProland85 -- Tommy Doyle  MIAMI (OHIO)  5.93    OT
156) Chiefs from (Miami Dolphins via Cowboys via Philadelphia Eagles) @danlhart87 Ihmir Smith-Marsette  IOWA  WR
157) Minnesota Vikings @luv_pony_express -- Jamie Newman  WAKE FOREST  6.00    QB 
158) Houston Texans (from New England Patriots) @Qwiz or CP -- Michal Menet  PENN STATE  6.16    C 
159) Los Angeles Chargers @PRnum1 -- Jared Hocker  TEXAS A&M  6.10    G
160) Arizona Cardinals @JoeThornburg -- Jaelon Darden  NORTH TEXAS  5.83    WR
161) Buffalo Bills (from Las Vegas Raiders)  - CP -- Rashad Weaver  PITTSBURGH  5.98    DE
162) Las Vegas Raiders (from Miami Dolphins) - CP Wyatt Hubert, DE, Kansas State
163) Washington Football Team @Coltsman1788 -- Monty Rice  GEORGIA  5.94    LB
164) Chicago Bears - CP -- Brenden Jaimes  NEBRASKA  5.98    OT


165) Cleveland Browns from Indianapolis Colts) @RNGDShobby -- Tyree Gillespie  MISSOURI  6.12    SAF
166) Tennessee Titans @Jared Cisneros -- Marlon Tuipulotu  USC  5.95    DT
167) Las Vegas Raiders (from Seattle Seahawks) - CP -- Jamien Sherwood  AUBURN  6.00    SAF
168) Vikings (from Steelers through Ravens) - @luv_pony_express --Buddy Johnson  TEXAS A&M  LB
169) Cleveland Browns (from Los Angeles Rams) @RNGDShobby -- Cam Sample  TULANE  6.00    DT
170) Jacksonville Jaguars (from Cleveland Browns) @chad72 -- Alaric Jackson  IOWA  5.87    OT
171) Baltimore Ravens @JediXMan -- Demetric Felton  UCLA  6.12  WR
172) San Francisco 49ers (from New Orleans Saints) @BProland85  -- Sage Surratt  WAKE FOREST  WR 
173) Green Bay Packers @DiogoSales -- Quinton Bohanna  KENTUCKY  5.88    DT
174) Buffalo Bills - CP Rhamondre Stevenson  OKLAHOMA  6.11    RB


175) Tennessee Titans (from Kansas City Chiefs) @Jared Cisneros -- Trill Williams  SYRACUSE  SAF
176) Tampa Bay Buccaneers @jvan1973 -- Larry Rountree Iii  MISSOURI  6.10    RB
177) New England Patriots (comp) CP -- Caden Sterns  TEXAS  5.98    SAF
178) Green Bay Packers (comp) @DiogoSales -- Simi Fehoko  STANFORD  5.93    WR
179) Dallas Cowboys (comp) @luv_pony_express -- Jacoby Stevens  LSU  5.69    SAF    
180) San Francisco 49ers (comp) @BProland85 -- Sam Ehlinger  TEXAS  5.90    QB
181) Kansas City Chiefs (comp) @danlhart87 Quincy Roche  MIAMI (FLA.)  EDGE
182) Atlanta Falcons (comp) @jvan1973 -- Will Bradley-King  BAYLOR  5.90    EDGE
183) Atlanta Falcons (comp) @jvan1973 -- Michael Carter Ii  DUKE  5.94    CB
184) Baltimore Ravens (comp) @JediXMan 1100 Will Sherman  COLORADO  OT

 

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The Washington Football Team (5 Round Mock Draft Results)

 

1st Round: Teven Jenkins, OT Okla. St. - Brings nastiness and physicality to the Washington offensive line.  Can play @ RT or moved to LT if necessary.  Improves toughness in the trenches on the offensive side of the ball.  

 

2nd Round: Pat Friermuth, TE Penn St. -  "Baby Gronk" brings good after the catch ability with his physical running style. He teams with Logan Thomas to give Washington a formidable TE duo.

 

3rd Round: Davis Mills, QB Stanford - With two 3rd Round picks, Washington decides to take a flyer on a potential QB of the future.  Some scouts feel that Mills may be amongst the most pro ready  QB's in the draft coming from an established and well respected system at Stanford.  Mills has protypical size, pro traits and will have an opportunity to develop and learn for a year or two behind Ryan Fitzpatrick.  

 

3rd Round: Cade Johnson, WR, South Dakota State - This Jack Rabbit impressed at the Senion Bowl against more highly rated competition and made a name for himself. He posted the best scores in one on one drills at the Senior Bowl.  He has the skills and quickness to challenge for and upgrade the WR 3 spot behind very solid receivers Terry McLaughin and free agent acquisition Curtis Samuel to give the Washington Wide Receiving Core an infusion of playmaking ability.  

 

4th Round: Royce Newman, OG Ole Miss - A nice guard prospect who use his brains more than brawn to take proper angles to turn and seal off defenders in the run game. Very savy player who plays like a NFL veteran. Provides solid depth with a chance to battle for a starting position depending on how Washington's negotiations with All Pro Tackle Scherff goes.   

 

5th Round: Monty Rice, LB Georgia- Linebacker who is coming off a season ending injury but positioned himself to participate in his Pro Day and seems ready to contribute at the next level.  Pretty good against the run and solid in coverage.  Size limitations may be a challenge and has some difficulty getting off blocks.  Could play Will Backer initially and potentially be a furute replacement for Bostic at Middle Linebacker if he develops at the next level.

 

Overall, I think I did a good job addressing WFT most critical needs. I would have liked to maybe grab a linebacker in an earlier round.  I like Jabrill Cox in the 3rd and was hoping Barnes would drop into the 5th round.  But I got a solid developmental guy in Rice in the 5th.  My intention was to continue to throw a couple more darts at building depth on the defense in the 7th round.   My main focus though was on improving the Washington offense.  Their defense is already very formidable and amongst the top defenses in the NFL.  Now the offense has more toughness on the Oline and more options at TE and WR to put up more points and make the team more competitive against some of the better teams in the league.  

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Philadelphia Eagles

 

Round 1: Jamar Chase, WR LSU

Round 2: Eric Stokes, CB Georgia

Round 3: Jabril Cox, LB LSU

Round 3: (Colts pick): Richie Grant, SAF UCF

Round 4: Marquez Stevenson, WR Houston

Round 5: Brevin Jordan, TE Miami

 

Man if the Eagles were to pull that off, that’s a crazy offense. Ertz will be released but you’d have Dallas Godert and Jordan at TE. Plus a receiver core of Jalen Reagor, Jamar Chase, and Stevenson plus their depth receivers like Fulgham and Whiteside. That would be a very nice offense.

 

On defense I think they’ve got a way better secondary. Slay is the perfect mentor for Stokes. Richie Grant can be moved around but will eventually be the long term Free safety. Jabril Cox can be a starting LB for them as that is a position they’ve struggled with since Kendricks left. 
 

Speed is something the Eagles team has lacked for years at just about every position and I think this draft adds a bunch of speed mixed with playmakers.

 

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Tennessee Titans draft:

 

Round 1.) Azeez Ojulari, OLB, Georgia

Round 2a.) Tylan Wallace, WR, Oklahoma State

Round 2b.) Asante Samuel Jr., CB, Florida State

Round 3.) Spencer Brown, OT, Northern Iowa

Round 4.) Kenneth Gainwell, RB, Memphis

Round 5a.) Marlon Tiupulotu, DT, USC

Round 5b.) Trill Williams, SAF, Syracuse

 

I'm pretty happy with this honestly. Was able to trade down and get the best EDGE in the class for Tennessee at the 31st pick. In the 2nd round, I reached slightly on Wallace, however, I believe I got the last receiver in the 2nd tier there and an overall solid no2 receiver for the Titans behind AJ Brown. Asante Samuel Jr was a nice fall to me. He'll be an elite slot guy potentially for the Titans and has the ability to play outside as well. Spencer Brown was a bit of a fall as well as I let the O-Line run run its course and chose my guy in the third round after it slowed down. Incredible athlete, and can start at RT day 1 opposite Taylor Lewan.

 

The others are mainly backups to start their careers but they will contribute. Gainwell is like an Eckler clone to Henry. They both compliment each other very well and will make the Titans even more dangerous on offense. Tiupulotu and Trill Williams are solid depth pieces to start their careers, but can still get some playing time in year 1.

 

I would of taken Brevin Jordan in round 5, but he was sniped from me, so I just avoided the position for this 5 round mock draft.

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52 minutes ago, NFLfan said:

Thank you all for participating in this Mock Draft. All five rounds of the draft are posted here. I also added a link to the threads of each round in case you wish to go back to the thread without having to search for them. 

 

I am opening this thread should any of you wish to discuss your draft, as you have done in previous years. @Coltsman1788, you may cut and paste your summary of your draft here, if you wish. 

 

@EastStreet, @chad72 @Jared Cisneros @stitches @Archer @RNGDShobby @danlhart87 @MPStack @SaturdayAllDay @ColtsGermany  @JoeThornburg  @PRnum1 @JediXMan  @WarGhost21 @luv_pony_express  @Defjamz26  @DiogoSales @jvan1973 @BProland85  (I hope I did not forget anyone who participated.)

 

@harrisoncolts88 Thank you for following with us. 

 

@Matthew Gilbert @John Hammonds We missed you guys. It was a lot of fun. We look to have you again next year. 

 

 

 

Enjoy the draft later this year, everyone. 

 

Thanks dude.  And sorry, but there was no way I was going to be able to participate.  Big projects at work kept me hard at the grindstone 11 hours a day for the past 9 days straight.  Exhausted.  Glad you had fun.

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Miami Dolphins - since they are going all in on Tua, I used the same mentality when approaching the draft.

 

6 OT Sewell - arguably the best OT in the class. Day one starter to protect Tua.


18 DE Oweh - running a 4.36 40 is absurd for a WR. Running a 4.36 as a DE at 6-5 and 257 is other-worldly. Raw guy who has room to add weight if needed. Early, he'll be a terror on passing downs. Miami blitzes at a top 5 rate (40ish% of downs).


36, OC Landon Dickerson - arguably the best OC in the class (I personally like Meinerz too). Day one starter that gives Tua a stud OC, and a stud LT. They took OL last year too, so combine, this OL should be top 5 for years to come.


50, WR Rondale Moore - luxury pick here as Miami also has some good WRs with DeVante Parker, FA William Fuller, an emerging 6-5 Preston Williams, and a good young 700 yard TE in Mike Gesicki. Moore should be an immediate impact on returns, and will be lightening at slot WR if he can stay healthy. Parker, Fuller, Moore, and Gesicki on the field at the same time is scary.


91 RB Javonte Williams - crazy the #1 RB was there at 91 lol. Williams IIRC has the highest broken tackle rate ever from PFF, is NFL ready 3 down back at 220, has a ton of tread left, and is still only 21...... Day one starter and bell cow.


127, WR Tutu Atwell - Another luxury pick here, but at minimum he can be an early return stud if they don't want to risk Moore in that capacity. And Atwell learning from a guy like Fuller is great. Having speed demons like Fuller, Moore, and Atwell is absurd. Atwell, even if he's limited to return ace and WR depth (injury insurance policy for Moore/Fuller), is a steal IMO at 127. 


144 S Christian Uphoff (traded 6th and 7th to move up here) - small school team captain with NFL size/speed, who has position flexibility. He'll be #2 depth early, and starter if he can be coached up and become more consistent. 
 

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Undrafted Free Agensts

 

After NFL drafts, fans like me and @stitches are interested to see our teams sign undrafted free agents (UDFAs). Of the players still on this Big Board, who would you all like the Colts (or your favorite team) to sign as UDFAs?

 

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Undrafted Free Agensts

 

After NFL drafts, fans like me and @stitches are interested to see our teams sign undrafted free agents (UDFAs). Of the players still on this Big Board, who would you all like the Colts (or your favorite team) to sign as UDFAs?

 

Frank Darby WR

Darrick Forrest SAF

DJ Daniel CB

Jack Anderson G

Osa Odighizuwa DT

 

These guys would be a nice start to the Colts as UDFAs for real. I'm claiming them on the Titans though in this mock draft lol! :) 

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7 minutes ago, Jared Cisneros said:

Frank Darby WR

Darrick Forrest SAF

DJ Daniel CB

Jack Anderson G

Osa Odighizuwa DT

 

These guys would be a nice start to the Colts as UDFAs for real. I'm claiming them on the Titans though in this mock draft lol! :) 

 

Thanks for playing along. I was going to add that I know we went only 5 rounds rather than 7. So, some of these guys may be drafted in the 6th or 7th rounds. 

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32 minutes ago, NFLfan said:

After NFL drafts, fans like me and @stitches are interested to see our teams sign undrafted free agents (UDFAs). Of the players still on the Big Board, who would you all like the Colts (or your favorite team) to sign as UDFAs?

It's so hard to predict who will, and won't be drafted, but if we use the left overs on our current board, or predict some who could be available.... The last 2 guys I took for Miami could easily be available, but I grabbed them early. I took one of ND's DEs for commish picks, but they'll likely be available.

 

  • RB and TE in general are good, devalued positions to shop for as UDFAs.
  • Small school kids in general are great to kick tires on.

The guys I like that are currently available on our board.

 

Ben Skowronek  NOTRE DAME  5.86    WR - and make him a move-TE

Jaret Patterson  BUFFALO  5.98    RB - as depth RB, possibly RB2 when Mack leaves

Khyiris Tonga  BRIGHAM YOUNG  5.94    DT - project NT

Kylen Granson  SOUTHERN METHODIST  5.80    TE - purely a move-TE

Chauncey Golston IOWA 5.80 DE - pack some weight on him and use as a DE/3T tweener

Isaiah Mckoy  KENT STATE  5.69    WR - needs to convert to slot and work on technique.

Darius Hodge  MARSHALL  5.69  EDGE - see if you can convert him to MIKE, of not, SAM

Nick Eubanks  MICHIGAN  5.62    TE - Project, perhaps move-TE

Javon Mckinley  NOTRE DAME  5.60    WR - move to slot or convert to move-TE project. 

Cary Angeline  NORTH CAROLINA STATE  5.60  TE - Pure detached TE option

Daelin Hayes  NOTRE DAME  5.53    EDGE - good traits, hampered by injury
Paddy Fisher  NORTHWESTERN  5.53    LB - just because I love the name lol... J/K... tackle machine, good kid, etc. Doesn't fit the traits aspects, but would love to have him as a STer.

 

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1 minute ago, EastStreet said:

It's so hard to predict who will, and won't be drafted, but if we use the left overs on our current board, or predict some who could be available.... The last 2 guys I took for Miami could easily be available, but I grabbed them early. I took one of ND's DEs for commish picks, but they'll likely be available.

 

  • RB and TE in general are good, devalued positions to shop for as UDFAs.
  • Small school kids in general are great to kick tires on.

The guys I like that are currently available on our board.

 

Ben Skowronek  NOTRE DAME  5.86    WR - and make him a move-TE

Jaret Patterson  BUFFALO  5.98    RB - as depth RB, possibly RB2 when Mack leaves

Khyiris Tonga  BRIGHAM YOUNG  5.94    DT - project NT

Kylen Granson  SOUTHERN METHODIST  5.80    TE - purely a move-TE

Chauncey Golston IOWA 5.80 DE - pack some weight on him and use as a DE/3T tweener

Isaiah Mckoy  KENT STATE  5.69    WR - needs to convert to slot and work on technique.

Darius Hodge  MARSHALL  5.69  EDGE - see if you can convert him to MIKE, of not, SAM

Nick Eubanks  MICHIGAN  5.62    TE - Project, perhaps move-TE

Javon Mckinley  NOTRE DAME  5.60    WR - move to slot or convert to move-TE project. 

Cary Angeline  NORTH CAROLINA STATE  5.60  TE - Pure detached TE option

Daelin Hayes  NOTRE DAME  5.53    EDGE - good traits, hampered by injury
Paddy Fisher  NORTHWESTERN  5.53    LB - just because I love the name lol... J/K... tackle machine, good kid, etc. Doesn't fit the traits aspects, but would love to have him as a STer.

 

Thank you. 

 

As for small school, do you know this guy or the school?

 

Jaquan Hardy  TIFFIN UNIVERSITY  5.96  

 

Never heard of Tiffin University.

 

I would take the best kicker available if he can make extra points. Vikes need a kicker but don't need to use a draft pick on one. 

 

You must be a Notre Dame fan. Would you take a flyer on their QB? 

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53 minutes ago, NFLfan said:

 

Thank you. 

 

As for small school, do you know this guy or the school?

 

Jaquan Hardy  TIFFIN UNIVERSITY  5.96  

 

Never heard of Tiffin University.

 

I would take the best kicker available if he can make extra points. Vikes need a kicker but don't need to use a draft pick on one. 

 

You must be a Notre Dame fan. Would you take a flyer on their QB? 

Tiffin is a small Ohio school from the GMAC.

 

Here's Hardy's profile.

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Lower-level running back with upper-level change of direction talent and lower-body balance. Hardy does a nice job of pressing the line of scrimmage before unleashing rhythmic, explosive cuts according to his reads. He has a tendency to do too much at times and will need to be more willing to shut a run down and move to the next one against NFL speed. He's quicker than fast, but his elusiveness, power and contact balance are all transferable traits into the league. A meniscus injury from 2018 could be a concern for teams, but he has the pure talent to become a committee back if the medicals check out.

 

I'm a ND fan no doubt. And I'd love to take a chance on ND UDFAs as at minimum, they'll be good PS guys and hard workers. I'm not too homerish on drafting them though. Like a lot of folks are clamoring for TE Tremble. I'm just not that high on him and wouldn't take him in the 2nd. I do love LB JOK though, but we have much bigger needs and he'll be gone anyway. There are several ND kids though I think have upside as UDFAs. 

 

On Book/QB, love him, but I would not sign him. He'd be OK backup though, so perhaps he'd be good comp for 4th round draft pick Eason.

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Here's my Bengals draft:

 

#5 Kyle Pitts, TE, Florida - best non-QB in the in the draft IMO. He's not your regular TE, he's closer to a WR in his explosiveness and route running. You can watch him regularly beat CBs that will go 1st or 2nd round in this draft.... Can line up anywhere in the formation, can run any level of routes... contrary to belief can block a bit too... not that you are drafting him to block... but you know that he won't be a liability there either. He immediately becomes the Bengals best receiver.

#33 (trade up from 39 for a 4th round pick) Micah Parsons, LB/DE, Penn State - he started falling and I decided to go up and get him. His talent is undeniable. Quite possibly the best defensive player in the draft. His draft stock was hurt by him skipping the season and having some off-field concerns. Otherwise not much not to like - sideline to sideline LB with incredible movement and the strength to keep clean from OTs... one of the best blitzers I've seen coming into the draft from the position... plus... a sneaky possible role for him - pass-rusher. He was recruited as a pass-rusher by multiple teams but ended up a LB at Penn State. I still think there is a chance he rushes the passer on passing downs. He will be the keystone of that new Bengals defense. 

#69 Walker Little, OT, Stanford - one of my favorite OT prospects in this draft. Great size and movement for the position, especially laterally. IMO he's one of the better OTs technically in this draft. Unfortunate he missed almost 2 years of play because of injuries and COVID, but at the same time - this is why he probably falls in the draft. 

#149 Marvin Wilson, DT, Florida state - he was considered a 1st round talent before this season, was one of the highest ranked DTs in the country 2 years in a row. Then this COVID season happened. I refuse to believe he suddenly forgot hot to play the game and I feel like the 5th round is a good spot to take a flyer on him with return to his original role where he was universally thought of as a great prospect. He has great size and violent hands. Wins with power/strength and effort... Great control over OL when 2 gapping with great extension on his arms. Also... gets a ton of deflections with his long arms. 

 

 

That's my draft for the Bengals. I didn't try to address needs because I don't believe in needs-based drafting but I feel like all of those players will find their way on the field for the Bengals and I feel like they would improve the team a ton not just in the long run but in year 1 too. 

 

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Kind of hard to project because we did only 5 rounds so there will be about 100 more players taken in the real draft but still here's some players that stuck out to me from the remaining ones:

 

Shi Smith  SOUTH CAROLINA  6.00    WR

Khalil Herbert  VIRGINIA TECH  5.99    RB

Darrick Forrest  CINCINNATI  5.91    SAF

Ar'darius Washington  TCU  5.89    SAF ??? weird he wasn't drafted... I might have drafted him with my last pick if I had seen him still on the board

Jason Pinnock  PITTSBURGH  5.88    CB - for the Colts especially

Dan Moore Jr.  TEXAS A&M  5.86    OT

Kenny Yeboah  MISSISSIPPI  5.84    TE

Kylen Granson  SOUTHERN METHODIST  5.80    TE
Chauncey Golston  IOWA  5.80    DE

Jonathon Cooper  OHIO STATE  5.68    DE

Carson Green  TEXAS A&M  5.60    OT

 

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11 hours ago, harrisoncolts88 said:

I will say, @chad72 built one heck of a third of a team with Jacksonville in this draft. I was following along these nights and every time I saw the pick come in, was like this is unreal. 7 picks in the top 100

 

Thanks!!!

 

To summarize the Jacksonville picks in 5 rounds :) , the dozen of them:

 

Trevor Lawrence, QB, Clemson

Trevon Moehrig, S, TCU

Kadarius Toney, WR, Florida

Tommy Tremble, TE, Notre Dame

Brady Christensen, OT, BYU

Daviyon Nixon, DT, Iowa

Chazz Surratt, LB, North Carolina

Israel Mukuamu, CB, South Carolina

Chubba Hubbard, RB, Oklahoma State

Shaka Toney, DE, Penn State

Andre Cisco, S, Syracuse

Alaric Jackson, OT, Iowa

 

 

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2 minutes ago, chad72 said:

 

Thanks!!!

 

To summarize the Jacksonville picks in 5 rounds :) , the dozen of them:

 

Trevor Lawrence, QB, Clemson

Trevon Moehrig, S, TCU

Kadarius Toney, WR, Florida

Tommy Tremble, TE, Notre Dame

Brady Christensen, OT, BYU

Daviyon Nixon, DT, Iowa

Chazz Surratt, LB, North Carolina

Israel Mukuamu, CB, South Carolina

Chubba Hubbard, RB, Oklahoma State

Shaka Toney, DE, Penn State

Andre Cisco, S, Syracuse

Alaric Jackson, OT, Iowa

 

 

That's hell of a draft for the Jags.

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5 minutes ago, stitches said:

That's hell of a draft for the Jags.

 

Thanks. 

 

I then saw their DL additions - their DL looks like this:

 

Malcom Brown, Dawuane Smoot, Adam Gotsis, Jihad Ward, Doug Costin, Daniel Ekuale, Taven Bryan, DaVon Hamilton, Roy Robertson-Harris, Daniel Ross, Josh Allen, Klavon Chaisson

 

That is why I chose only Daviyon Nixton to add to it, in case folks on the outside were wondering, given the Jaguars' run D issues. Run D, QB/offensive play and safety play were some of the worst in the league, so I think they will be better after this draft.

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The Jets’ Draft:

 

After adding the franchise QB, I resisted the temptation to fill defensive holes as long as I could, so I could surround Wilson with tools to create an eventually dominant O (after plugging the gaping hole at CB).

 

1) Zach Wilson, QB, BYU

1) Caleb Farley, CB, Va. Tech

2) Quinn Meinerz, IOL, Wisc.-Whitewater

3) Dillon Radunz, OT, ND St.

3) D’Wayne Eskridge, WR, W. Mich.

4) Elerson Smith, EDGE, N. Iowa

5) Marco Wilson, CB, Florida

5) Garrett Wallow, LB, TCU

 

Next pick would have been Nick Eubanks, TE, Mich.

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2 minutes ago, Archer said:

The Jets’ Draft:

 

After adding the franchise QB, I resisted the temptation to fill defensive holes as long as I could, so I could surround Wilson with tools to create an eventually dominant O (after plugging the gaping hole at CB).

 

1) Zach Wilson, QB, BYU

1) Caleb Farley, CB, Va. Tech

2) Quinn Meinerz, IOL, Wisc.-Whitewater

3)Dillon Radunz, OT, ND St.

3) D’Wayne Eskridge, WR, W. Mich.

4) Elerson Smith, DE, N. Iowa

5) Marco Wilson, CB, Florida

5) Garrett Wallow, LB, TCU

 

Next pick would have been Nick Eubanks, TE, Mich.

 

He should be well protected and with the defensive additions, Zach should have less pressure to score every time, which is the best thing you can do for a rookie - OL and defensive support.

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On 4/28/2021 at 8:17 AM, chad72 said:

 

He should be well protected and with the defensive additions, Zach should have less pressure to score every time, which is the best thing you can do for a rookie - OL and defensive support.

What about a quality halfback? I like the Vera-Tucker pick but not sure about trading up for him. I'm not going to say it was a bad move but they were just plain bad last year. I could see doing that to fix one problem but I was terrified that they would take Harris. Can't believe Miami didnt take him but they did get Phillips. 

 

That's like Pittsburgh trading a 4th next year to get Loudermilk in the 5th. A little dicey.

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