Interstate of Green: Mock Draft 2.0
Rich Wilhelm @koda522 1. Cardinals- Kyler Murray QB 2. 49ers- Nick Bosa EDGE 3. Jets- Josh Allen EDGE 4. Raiders- Quinnen Williams DT 5. Bucs- Rashan Gary EDGE 6. Giants- Dwayne Haskins QB 7. Jags- Ed Oliver DT 8. Lions- T.J Hockenson TE 9. Bills- D.K Metcalf WR 10. Broncos- Drew Lock QB 11. Bengals- Devin White LB 12. Packers- Jonah Williams OT 13. Dolphins- Clelin Ferrell DE 14. Falcons- Jawaan Taylor OT 15. Redskins- Daniel Jones QB 16. Panthers- Andre Dillard OT 17. Giants- Greedy Williams CB 18. Vikings- Cody Ford OT 19. Titans- Dexter Lawrence DT 20. Steelers- Bryon Murphy CB 21. Seahawks- Montez Sweat EDGE 22. Ravens- Jachai Polite EDGE 23. Texans- Noah Fant TE 24. Raiders- Devin Bush DT 25. Eagles- Josh Jacobs RB 26. Colts- Deandre Baker CB 27. Raiders- Marquise Brown WR 28. Chargers- Christian Wilkins DT 29. Chiefs- Deionte Thompson S 30. Packers- Greg Little OT 31. Rams- Garrett Bradbury OL 32. Patriots- Irv Smith Jr TE Stephen Dubovy @StephenDubovy 1. Arizona Cardinals – Kyler Murray, QB Oklahoma 2. San Francisco 49ers - Nick Bosa, EDGE Ohio State 3. New York Jets – Josh Allen, EDGE Kentucky 4. Oakland Raiders - Ed Oliver, DL Houston 5. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Quinnen Williams DT, Alabama 6. New York Giants – Dwayne Haskins, QB Ohio State 7. Jacksonville Jaguars – Jawaan Taylor, OT Florida 8. Detroit Lions - T.J Hockenson, TE Iowa 9. Buffalo Bills – D.K. Metcalf, WR Ole Miss 10. Denver Broncos - Drew Lock, QB Missouri 11. Cincinnati Bengals - Devin White, LB LSU 12. Green Bay Packers - Brian Burns, EDGE Florida State 13. Miami Dolphins – Jeffery Simmons, DL Mississippi State 14. Atlanta Falcons - Rashan Gary, DL Michigan 15. Washington Redskins – N’Keal Harry, WR Arizona State 16. Carolina Panthers - Deionte Thompson, S Alabama 17. Cleveland Browns – Byron Murphy, CB Washington 18. Minnesota Vikings - Dalton Risner, OL Kansas State 19. Tennessee Titans - Noah Fant, TE Iowa 20. Pittsburgh Steelers – Deandre Baker, CB Georgia 21. Seattle Seahawks - David Edwards, OT Wisconsin 22. Baltimore Ravens - Kelvin Harmon, WR North Carolina State 23. Houston Texans - Dexter Lawerence DT, Clemson 24. Oakland Raiders - Montez Sweat, EDGE Mississippi State 25. Philadelphia Eagles - Greg Little, OT Ole Miss 26. Indianapolis Colts - Raekwon Davis, DL Alabama 27. Oakland Raiders - Mack Wilson, LB Alabama 28. Los Angeles Chargers - Jerry Tillery, DL Notre Dame 29. Kansas City Chiefs - Amani Oruwariye, CB | Penn State 30. Green Bay Packers - Devin Bush, LB Michigan 31. Los Angeles Rams – Garrett Bradbury, OL NC State 32. New England Patriots – Irv Smith, TE Alabama David Dubovy @DavidDubovy 1. Arizona Cardinals: Kyler Murray- QB, Oklahoma 2. San Francisco 49ers: Nick Bosa- DE, Ohio State 3. New York Jets: Josh Allen- DE/LB, Kentucky 4. Oakland Raiders: Quinnen Williams- DT, Alabama 5. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Rashan Gary- DE, Michigan 6. New York Giants: Dwayne Haskins- QB, Ohio State 7. Jacksonville Jaguars: Montez Sweat- DE/ LB, Mississippi State 8. Detroit Lions: Devin White- LB, LSU 9. Buffalo Bills: D.K. Metcalf- WR, Ole Miss 10. Denver Broncos: Drew Lock- QB, Missouri 11. Cincinnati Bengals: Devin Bush- LB, Michigan 12. Green Bay Packers: Noah Fant- TE, Iowa 13. Miami Dolphins: Ed Oliver- DT, Houston 14. Atlanta Falcons: Greedy Williams- CB, LSU 15. Washington Redskins: Daniel Jones- QB, Duke 16. Carolina Panthers: Clelin Ferrell- DE, Clemson 17. Cleveland Browns: Jawaan Taylor- OT, Florida 18. Minnesota Vikings: Andre Dillard- OT, Washington State 19. Tennessee Titans: Christian Wilkins- DT, Clemson 20. Pittsburgh Steelers: T.J. Hockenson- TE, Iowa 21. Seattle Seahawks: Cody Ford- OT, Oklahoma 22. Baltimore Ravens: N’Neal Harry- WR, Arizona State 23. Houston Texans: Jonah Williams- OT, Alabama 24. Oakland Raiders: Josh Jacobs- RB, Alabama 25. Philadelphia Eagles: Deandre Baker- CB, Georgia 26. Indianapolis Colts: Brian Burns- LB, Florida State 27. Oakland Raiders: Dexter Lawerence- DT, Clemson 28. Los Angeles Chargers: Marquise Brown- WR, Oklahoma 29. Kansas City Chiefs: Mack Wilson- LB, Alabama 30. Green Bay Packers: Byron Murphy- CB, Washington 31. Los Angeles Rams: Dalton Risner- OL, Kansas State 32. New England Patriots: Irv Smith- TE, Alabama Kevin Lidlow @Klidlow65 Arizona Cardinals: Kyler Murray QB Oklahoma: Since the Cardinals got a new coach, they will be likely to shop Rosen and take a guy Klingsbury would feel comfortable running his offense. San Francisco 49ers: Quinnen Williams DT Alabama: After the 49ers made a trade for Dee Ford, you’d have to believe that they will look to build on the interior defensive line. Williams makes sense for me here. New York Jets: Nick Bosa DE Ohio State: The Jets get arguably the best player in the draft with the third pick here. If he isn’t here at 3, then I still believe they will gain some assets and trade back. Oakland Raiders: Josh Allen OLB Kentucky: The Raiders are trying to find a solid pass rusher and Allen would be the guy that could fill that void with his athleticism. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Devin White LB LSU: He would be a perfect sideline to sideline linebacker in Todd Bowles’ defense. New York Giants: Rashan Gary edge Michigan: Gary’s combination of size, strength, and athleticism is impressive and could be a versatile edge rusher for the Giants. Jacksonville Jaguars: Jawaan Taylor OT Florida: The Jaguars want to get back to their run heavy roots, Taylor would be the type of edge blocker that could help them get back to it. Detroit Lions: Montez Sweat, edge Mississippi State: Even though that it has been reported that Sweat has a heart condition that was tested during the combine, I still think he goes top 10 and the Lions will have a nice dynamic duo. Buffalo Bills: Jonah Williams OT Alabama: Although one of their biggest needs is an offensive playmaker, the Bills would be wise to take one of the best offensive lineman in draft at 9. Denver Broncos: Dexter Lawrence DT Clemson: Very disruptive at the defensive tackle position, Lawrence would fit with the Broncos line that was once best in the NFL. Cincinnati Bengals: Devin Bush LB Michigan: Now that Burfict is out of Cincinnati, the Bengals will be looking for a new replacement to fill his shoes. Bush would be a nice addition to this ball club and the Bengals need a quicker linebacker group. Green Bay Packers: TJ Hockenson TE Iowa: The Packers need to get more weapons for Aaron Rodgers. The best tight end in this draft will be there for them. He can be a huge threat in the middle of the field as well as be a force blocking the edge defenders. Miami Dolphins: Dwayne Haskins QB Ohio State: Ryan Tannehill's time as a dolphin are numbered, therefore I can see new coach Brian Flores wanting to bring in his own guy in through the draft and Haskins would be a good fit here. Atlanta Falcons: Andre Dillard OT Washington State: The Falcons need an upgrade at the right tackle position to solidify their offense. Washington Redskins: Marquise Brown WR Oklahoma: Brown is the best deep threat wide receiver in this draft and the Redskins are thin at that position. They need to give Keenum some weapons in order to thrive in this system. Carolina Panthers: Clelin Ferrell edge Clemson: Losing Julius Peppers was big for the Panthers. Ferrell has an act for getting to the quarterbacks. New York Giants: D.K. Metcalf WR Ole Miss: It looks like the Giants are rebuilding their team after trading OBJ. Metcalf was the topic of conversation at the combine and I can see him being taken here because of his ability to win one-on-one coverages. Minnesota Vikings: Ed Oliver DT Houston: Losing Sheldon Richardson left a void at the defensive line position, I think that the Vikings go after Oliver here with the 18th pick. Tennessee Titans: Noah Fant TE Iowa: Fant is an athletic freak and has the quickness to provide mismatches on the field. Pittsburgh Steelers: Byron Murphy CB Washington: Steelers could look to build their secondary through free agency and the draft. They will get a stud cornerback from Washington Seattle Seahawks: Christian Wilkins DT Clemson: Wilkins should go higher in the draft but if he falls, the Seahawks get a versatile player with tremendous athletic ability. Baltimore Ravens: A.J. Brown WR Mississippi: With a run heavy offense like the Ravens, Brown could bring some play making ability to this team. Houston Texans: Irv Smith Jr. TE Alabama: Smith can be a force in between the hashes with his abilities and that is what the Texans need the most for Deshaun Watson. Oakland Raiders: Mack Wilson LB Alabama: The Raiders will spend their first two out of three first round pick bulking their defense, and Wilson can fit in Gruden’s system. Philadelphia Eagles: Josh Jacobs RB Alabama: The eagles are in need of a running back and with Jacobs being the best out of the group, him and Ajayi would prove to be an excellent Tandem. Indianapolis Colts: Johnathan Abrams S Mississippi: He is the type of play maker to compliment Hooker. Very excellent in the run game and has the power to control the middle of the field. Oakland Raiders: Deandre Baker CB Georgia: Baker won the Jim Thorpe award because of his ball skills, instincts, and courage to make big plays for his team. Los Angeles Chargers:. Jeffery Simmons DT Mississippi state: After spending the 2019 season recovering from an ACL tear, Simmons will be hungry to get back on the field and prove what he can do. Kansas City Chiefs: Greedy Williams CB LSU: He has press man skills and can be a turnover machine. In about a year after he has time to develop, I can see him being a true CB1. Green Bay Packers: Greg Little OL Ole Miss: The draft will be about the offense for the Packers after using free agency to help build the defense. Little would be a nice addition to the offensive line. Los Angeles Rams: Garrett Bradbury OL N.C. State: The Rams will be looking to get younger on the offensive line after losing Saffold. Bradbury would be a nice pick up for this team. Arizona Cardinals(via Patriots): Kevin Harmon WR N.C. State: The Patriots will trade their first pick to Arizona and they will get Rosen. This pick will allow the Cardinals to draft a receiver to help their offense. Vincent Zahler @VincentZahler Arizona Cardinals- Kyler Murray- Quarterback- Oklahoma San Francisco 49ers- Nick Bosa- Edge- Ohio State NY Jets- Quinnen- Williams- Defensive Tackle- Alabama Oakland Raiders- Josh Allen- Edge- Kentucky Tampa Bay Buccaneers- Montez Sweat- Edge- Mississippi State NY Giants- Devin White-Linebacker-LSU Jacksonville Jaguars- Jawaan Taylor- Offensive Tackle- Florida Detroit Lions- Rashan Gary- Edge- Michigan Buffalo Bills- D.K. Metcalf- Wide Receiver- Mississippi Denver Broncos- Drew Lock- Quarterback- Missouri Cincinnati Bengals- Dwayne Haskins-Quarterback-Ohio State. Green Bay Packers- Andre Dillard- Offensive Tackle- Washington State Miami Dolphins- Daniel Jones- Quarterback-Duke Atlanta Falcons- Brian Burns- Edge- Florida State Washington Redskins- Jonah Williams-Alabama Carolina Panthers- Garrett Bradbury- Center- N.C. State Cleveland Browns- Marquise Brown- Wide Receiver- Oklahoma Minnesota Vikings- Devin Bush- Linebacker- Michigan Tennessee Titans- Christian Wilkins- Defensive Tackle- Clemson Pittsburgh Steelers- Greedy Williams- Cornerback- LSU Seattle Seahawks- Ed Oliver- Defensive Tackle- Houston Baltimore Ravens- Parris Campbell- Wide Receiver- Ohio State Houston Texans- T.J. Hockenson- Tight End- Iowa Oakland Raiders- Cody Ford- Offensive Guard- Oklahoma Philadelphia Eagles- Josh Jacobs- Running Back- Alabama Indianapolis Colts- N’Keal Harry- Wide Receiver- Arizona State Oakland Raiders- Byron Murphy- Cornerback- Washington Los Angeles Chargers- Taylor Rapp- Safety- Washington Kansas City Chiefs- Nasir Adderly- Safety- Delaware Green Bay Packers- Erik McCoy- Offensive Line- Texas A&M Los Angeles Rams- Jonathan Abram- Safety- Mississippi New England Patriots- Will Grier- Quarterback- West Virginia Alberto Torres @CYTA2013 1. Arizona Cardinals- QB Kyler Murray 2. 49ers- Edge Nick Bosa 3. NY Jets- Edge Josh Allen 4. Oakland Raiders- Edge Rashan Gary 5. Tampa Bay Buccaneers- QB Dwayne Haskins. (Jamies Winston’s time in Tampa running short.) 6. NY Giants- WR A.J. Brown 7. Jacksonville Jaguars- DT Quinnen Williams 8. Detroit Lions- TE T.J. Hockenson 9. Buffalo Bills- RB Josh Jacobs 10. Denver Broncos- QB Drew Lock 11. Cincinnati Bengals- LB Devin White 12. Green Bay Packers- DT Ed Oliver 13. Miami Dolphins- WR DK Metcalf 14. Atlanta Falcons- OT Jonah Williams 15. *TRADE*- Arizona Cardinals- OG/T Cody Ford. ( Redskins get there potential franchise QB in trading Arizona for QB Josh Rosen and then some; Arizona in turn gets to protect their new Franchise QB Kyler Murray with arguably the best Guard-Tackle in the draft.) 16. Carolina Panthers- TE Noah Fant 17. NY Giants- Edge Jaylon Ferguson 18. Minnesota Vikings OL- Chris Lindstrom 19. Tennessee Titans TE Dawson Knox 20. Pittsburgh Steelers- S Nasir Adderley 21. Seattle Seahawks- Edge Clelin Ferrell 22. Baltimore Ravens- CB Greedy Williams 23. Houston Texans- CB Byron Murphy 24. Oakland Raiders- LB Devin Bush 25. Philadelphia Eagles- OL Garrett Bradbury 26. Indianapolis Colts- DT Christian Wilkins 27. Oakland Raiders- WR Marquise “Hollywood” Brown 28. LA Chargers- DT Jerry Tillery 29. Kansas City Chiefs- DT Dexter Lawrence 30. Green Bay Packers- RB Myles Sanders 31. LA Rams RB Damien Harris 32. New England Patriots TE Irv Smith Jr. Brandon Turner @Badsustinere 1. Kyler Murray. QB Arizona Cardinals. Kingsbury has now publicly stated all cards are on the table with regards to the number 1 overall pick. More smoke for the Kyler Murray fire. 2. Nick Bosa. EDGE San Francisco 49ers. The Niners won’t get cute here and instead take the surest thing in the draft. Bosa is an absolute monster that will help start the eventual Kyle Shanahan dynasty. 3. Josh Allen. EDGE New York Jets. The Jets whiffed on Anthony Barr in free agency and seem uninterested in the other edge options available. This all speaks to them looking at Josh Allen or trading down to get another edge with more picks. The Jets add an impressive pass rusher in Josh Allen to terrorize opponents from day one. 4. Rashan Gary. EDGE Oakland Raiders. I think the pressure to replace Khalil Mack is strong here. Gary is an absolute freak with the highest upside of any pass rusher in the draft. He also has a low ceiling as his production in college wasn’t what it should have been. 5. Quinnen Williams. DL Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The Bucs see a blue chip player fall to them and jump on it. Even their terrible front office can’t mess this up. 6. Dwayne Haskins. QB New York Giants. QB This would be a huge gamble by the Giants, betting that no one jumps in front of them to take their guy. If it falls this way they will be ecstatic. 7. Jawaan Taylor. OT Jacksonville Jaguars. The Jags seek to give their new QB Nick Foles some protection. 8. Montez Sweat. EDGE Detroit Lions. The Lions will be tempted by Devin White here who has no business falling this far, but I believe the pressure to replace Ansah will be too strong. 9. Devin White. LB Buffalo Bills. With Taylor off the board the Bills take a blue chip linebacker who will terrorize the AFC east. Just the guy they need to stop Bell and Michel for the next 4 years. 10. Drew Lock. QB Denver Broncos. Elway loves big, large QBs and his love affair with Lock is well known. He hyper focuses on physical attributes and doesn’t seem to realize not everyone is a prodigy at the fine points of the game like he was. It honestly feels like his natural ability at QB causes him to struggle to be selective when picking a new one. 11. D.K. Metcalf. WR Cincinnati Bengals. The Bengals are so poorly run that they’ll ignore their league worst defense and see another fun toy for the mediocre Andy Dalton to play with. 12. Ed Oliver DL Green Bay Packers. The Packers see a need and the best player meet here as they get the versatile Ed Oliver. He can cover a lot of holes for them all over the D line. 13. Jonah Williams OT Miami Dolphins. The Dolphins are likely going to look at next year’s draft to find their QB while allowing Ryan Fitzpatrick to tank for them. That means they can be patient with their rebuild and get a solid offensive line prospect to eventually protect whomever they take. 14. Cody Ford. OT Atlanta Falcons. Ford looked like a ballerina at the combine. Effortlessly smooth in a huge body. 15. Brian Burns. EDGE Washington Redskins. In this mock I assume the Redskins are trading for Josh Rosen and have them taking advantage of the excellent edge depth in the draft. 16. Clelin Ferrell. EDGE Carolina Panthers. With the premier offensive lineman off the board the panthers go BPA and get back to rushing the QB. 17. Taylor Rapp. S New York Giants. Rapp is a versatile player who will help New York start to replace all the talent that’s left their secondary over the years. 18. Andre Dillard. OT Minnesota Vikings. It’s no secret the Vikings are a good offensive line away from being a contender and their window has to be now because of all the money they’ve sunk into a few players. 19. Noah Fant. TE Tennessee Titans. Tight end is a popular pick for the Titans as Mariota loves having one and really suffered after Delanie Walker struggled with injuries last season. 20. Mack Wilson. LB Pittsburgh Steelers. The Steelers desperately need linebacker help and they reach for a player from a premier program they feel can contribute right away. 21. Greedy Williams. CB Seattle Seahawks. The Seahawks continue to rebuild their once vaunted defense with a shutdown corner. 22. A.J. Brown. WR Baltimore Ravens. The Ravens got Lamar Jackson a RB and now they give him some receiver help. 23. Byron Murphy. CB Houston Texans. Murphy is on the smaller size but his technique is clean. 24. Jeffery Simmons. DL. Oakland Raiders. The Raiders will take some heat for not taking Quinnen Williams earlier in the draft. That heat disappears as they solidify their D line by taking a risk on Simmons. Before the ACL tear Simmons was seen as a top ten pick so this could end up being a steal. 25. Josh Jacobs. RB Philadelphia Eagles. The Eagles offense is better when it has a running game it can lean on. 26. N’Keal Harry, WR Indianapolis Colts. The Colts get a receiver to compliment T.Y. Hilton and Eric Ebron. 27. T.J. Hockenson, TE Oakland Raiders. The Raiders have nothing at TE currently so they would be thrilled to round out their huge first round with a complete TE that can take over the league. The rest of the league sighs with relief that he doesn’t fall to the Patriots. 28. Greg Little, OT Los Angeles Chargers. The Chargers have a need at tackle and they reach for someone they feel has the athleticism to open running lanes for Melvin Gordon. 29. Jachai Polite, EDGE. Kansas City Chiefs. The Chiefs replace their missing passrushers by taking polite who’s draft stock fell after a poor combine. 30. Nasir Adderley, S Green Bay Packers. The packers add another piece to their defense in adding do it all safety Adderley. 31. Jaylon Ferguson, EDGE Los Angeles Rams. Yet another EDGE in the first round to a team that needs to replace players that left in free agency and think of life after Dante Fowler. 32. Christian Wilkins, DL. New England Patriots. Wilkins receives rave reviews for his character and work ethic, sounds like the kind of guy Belichick likes to fill his teams with.