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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 (Seattle)  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)   Trent McDuffie, CB, Washington
16) New Orleans Saints (from Colts through Eagles) Treylon Burks, WR, Arkansas
17) Los Angeles Chargers        Jordan Davis, DL, Georgia
18) Titans (Eagles from Saints)    QB Matt Corral 
19) New Orleans Saints (from Philadelphia Eagles) Charles Cross, OT, Mississippi State

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1 minute ago, danlhart87 said:

Who did Ravens pick?

 

We can select a player at the end of this day (10:30). 

Just now, danlhart87 said:

Here ya go @NFLfan

 

I think he will get picked before the end of the night. 

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3 minutes ago, John Hammonds said:

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?

To be honest I dont know much about Jordan Davis as a prospect. Derek Wolfe and Calais Campbell are their current 3-4 DEs, and their current NT is Michael Pierce. All three positions could potentially use a bit of young blood.  

Did @runthepostget their pick in?

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10 minutes ago, NFLfan said:

 

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.

He can play slot, WILL, rush, defend the run, even ST, cover WRs and TEs, and just be a moving piece. Above all, high football IQ, and communicator. I think it will give flexibility to vikings defense.

 

They need a very good cornerback, but I think one elite CB alone will not make this a championship team at this point. If that was the case, I'd have selected one of the  two you mentioned. 

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With the 19th Pick of the NFL Draft, The New Orleans Saints select: 

 

Treylon Burks, WR, Arkansas

 

After 2 seasons of next to nothing from Micheal Thomas, the Saints decide to inject some new blood into their WR group early. Burks has the talent to take over for Thomas, or give Jamies Winston a very sold 1-2 punch at WR if Thomas regains his form. 

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6 minutes ago, danlhart87 said:

Just make the picks for them 

 

To make it simpler for me, I said I would make the picks at the end of the night.  If Stingley is there, I will pick him for the Ravens.

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2 minutes ago, danlhart87 said:

Imagine if this actually happened 

 

We got Ballard on draft cam...

IS THAT A BABY?

 

How ‘bout a remake of Three Men and a Baby with Jim Irsay, Chris Ballard, and Frank Reich?

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2 minutes ago, danlhart87 said:

Imagine if this actually happened 

 

We got Ballard on draft cam...

IS THAT A BABY?

 

 

Ballard can afford to get ten people to give his baby a bath. Lol. 

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1 hour ago, danlhart87 said:

I was shocked by Panthers selection 

I was gonna take a swing at Willis, but he went at 4, had the chance to trade up to 4, but chose to stand Pat simply because I had 5-6 guys graded out for 6th. Went BPA. 
 

1 hour ago, coltsfanej said:

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. 

I was wanting Hunchison but he went I think 2nd or 3rd.

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With the 19th Pick of the NFL Draft, The New Orleans Saints select: 

 

Charles Cross, OT, Mississippi State

 

Saints pick up a solid blocker to replace the departed Terron Armstead. Not a sexy pick, but one that will keep the offense rolling for seasons to come. 

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