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The First Round of the 2022 Gavin Mock Draft so far:

 

1) Jacksonville Jaguars        Ikem Ekwonu  OT North Carolina State              
2) Detroit Lions                    Aidan Hutchinson, EDGE, Michigan
3) Houston Texans               Evan Neal, LT, Alabama
4) New York Jets Seahawks   Malik Willis, QB, Liberty
5) New York Giants  -          Travon Walker  EDGE    Georgia 
6) Carolina Panthers            George Karlaftis Edge Purdue.
7) New York Giants (Bears) Ahmad "Sauce" Gardner , CB, Cincinnati    
8) Atlanta Falcons                Drake London, WR, USC


9) Seahawks  Jets (from Seahawks through Denver Broncos) Kayvon Thibodeaux   EDGE Oregon 

10) New York Jets (from Seattle Seahawks)  Jameson Williams WR Alabama.   
11) Washington Commanders  Garrett Wilson, WR, Ohio St.
12) Minnesota Vikings            Kyle Hamilton, S, Notre Dame  
13) Houston Texans (from Cleveland Browns) Chris Olave, WR, Ohio State
14) Baltimore Ravens  9:10 PM  @WarGhost21
15) Philadelphia Eagles (from Miami Dolphins)  9:20 PM  @runthepost
16) New Orleans Saints (from Indianapolis Colts through Philadelphia Eagles) 9:30 PM @SaturdayAllDay
17) Los Angeles Chargers 9:40 PM @PRnum1
18) Philadelphia Eagles (from New Orleans Saints) 9:50 PM  @runthepost
19) New Orleans Saints (from Philadelphia Eagles) 10 PM @SaturdayAllDay

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3 minutes ago, coltsfanej said:

Anyone interested in moving up to 10? Going to give a few minutes for messages then will make a pick. 

 

You have time. 

 

Does anyone want to make a deal. The Jets need a lot of improvement. Perhaps a team that does not need many players but needs one good missing piece??

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14 minutes ago, danlhart87 said:

I was shocked by Panthers selection 

Me too. He was probably the safest edge left on the board. I am glad he took him there because I was hoping Thibodeaux or Sauce would make it to 9 when I traded down. 

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5 minutes ago, danlhart87 said:

OTC On The Clock

You already took care of it above 

 

Lol. In my profession, OTC stands "over-the-counter" or a kind of benefit card my clients receive as an incentive to sign up with an insurance company. 

 

OTC can also be Over The Cap.

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With the 12th overall draft pick in the 2022 Gavin's mock draft, 

 

Minnesota Vikings select

 

Kyle Hamilton, S, Notre Dame 

 

There are many exciting prospects, but can't pass up on the best talent scouts swear on. Vikings are on rebuild stage (competitive or otherwise) , and they've just started, this is the first step finding the flag bearer to put on the shoes of Harrison Smith for coming years. 

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1 minute ago, John Hammonds said:

LOL don't blame me!  Olave came off the board right about where he was supposed to.

Blame the teams that reached for Drake London and Jameson Williams.  :D 

Lol.  No reach here. I had Williams as #1 WR. I tried to trade down. :headspin:

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Just now, NFLfan said:

If @WarGhost21 does not select a player for the Ravens by 10:30, who should I select? (Just think about it.)

 

@The Old Crow What does your team need? Is there a player that you would like to see the Ravens draft?

I suggest anything besides WR and CB. 

 

Just now, danlhart87 said:

Another WR :lol:

No no no

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18 minutes ago, VikingsFanInChennai said:

With the 12th overall draft pick in the 2022 Gavin's mock draft, 

 

Minnesota Vikings select

 

Kyle Hamilton, S, Notre Dame 

 

There are many exciting prospects, but can't pass up on the best talent scouts swear on. Vikings are on rebuild stage (competitive or otherwise) , and they've just started, this is the first step finding the flag bearer to put on the shoes of Harrison Smith for coming years. 

 

Is this a good player? That is a move Rick Spielman may have made. He loved players from Notre Dame. If this guy is as good as Harrison Smith, I want him.

 

The two guys that have been linked to the Vikings are Stingley and McDuffie. Stingley is the grandson of the man that Jack Tatum hit and led to his paralysis.

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6 minutes ago, NFLfan said:

If @WarGhost21 does not select a player for the Ravens by 10:30, who should I select? (Just think about it.)

 

@The Old Crow What does your team need? Is there a player that you would like to see the Ravens draft?

Looks like DL, CB (slot), and OC are probably the top 3 positions needed, taking a quick glance at their depth chart

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Just now, SaturdayAllDay said:

Looks like DL, CB (slot), and OC are probably the top 3 positions needed, taking a quick glance at their depth chart

DE?  or DT?

Jordan Davis is such a hotly debated player, that I wouldn't want to pick him in someone else's stead.  Does he really deserve to go this high or not?

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