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Old 04.01.2019, 09:22 AM
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For me Josh Allen is clearly a step below the Bosa/Williams/Oliver trio - but seems to be rising fast

Seems to be a loaded draft outside of QBs - WR and TE this year look good I agree with Buffalo that there are plenty of good day two and three WRs who can be longtime players - good news for the Pats!
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Old 04.01.2019, 01:02 PM
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Way too early for mock drafts, but I wanted to do one, if anything just to see how much my mock draft changes.
This is not based from my own prospect rankings! I'm using another list.
I'm not factoring in trades.
I'm not factoring in who may fill needs in free agency.

1. Arizona Cardinals - Nick Bosa, DE, Ohio State
Considered the best prospect in the draft at the moment.

2. San Francisco 49ers - Greedy Williams, CB, LSU
49ers need another Cornerback opposite Sherman, who isn't get any younger.

3. New York Jets - Josh Allen, EDGE, Kentucky
Jets fans want an edge rusher and Josh Allen is near the top of the prospects.

4. Oakland Raiders - Quinnen Williams, DT, Alabama
Think Oakland will always go with the best player available.

5. Tampa Bay Buccaneers Dwayne Haskins, QB, Ohio State
Assuming that Tampa Bay will leave Winston behind, we could see the top Quarterback prospect being picked here.

6. New York Giants, Drew Lock, QB, Missouri
I think that Eli Manning will be back and starting next year, but in an unfriendly Quarterback draft, why not take the next best Quarterback prospect here to groom under Eli?

7. Jacksonville Jaguars, Jonah Williams, OT, Alabama
KEEP BORTLES! ...Kidding, I think his time is up and Jacksonville will draft a Quarterback. This scenario with Haskins and Lock already off the board isn't good for Jacksonville and reaching for a round 2 or 3 Quarterback prospect is a bad idea, so in comes the best offensive tackle prospect to fill a need.

8. Detroit Lions - Devin White, DT, LSU
Top 10 prospect and a huge position of need for Detroit.

9. Buffalo Bills - Greg Little, OT, Ole Miss.
Buffalo needs to protect their new Quarterback and need to improve their O-line. Little is the second best O-Line player on the list I'm using.

10. Denver Broncos - Ed Oliver, DT, Houston
A top prospect who has dropped down the draft a bit, picked up by Denver.

11. Cincinnati Bengals - Montez Sweat, OLB, Miss. State
Cincinnati needs a pass rusher.

12. Green Bay Packers - Rashan Gary, DT, Michigan
A player that would fit in at Green Bay.

13. Miami Dolphins - A.J. Brown, WR, Ole Miss.
If Tannehill is gone, they'll need a Quarterback, but the round 1 prospects have already gone, so they'll get the best Wide Receiver in the draft according to the list I'm using. We assume from here on that teams have used a veteran Quarterback to fill their need.

14. Atlanta Falcons - Christian Wilkins, DT, Clemson
Atlanta needs help on their D-Line.

15. Washington Redskins - D.K. Metcalf, WR, Ole Miss
Team number five I could really see picking up a Quarterback, but at 15 the next best Quarterback is again a reach, but the next best Wide Receiver isn't.

16. Carolina Panthers - Clelin Ferrell, DE, Clemson
Carolina needs a new pass rusher.


Rest will have to come another time!
17. Cleveland Browns - Jawaan Taylor, OT, Florida
Cleveland have drafted a lot of top quality players recently, time to put one on the O-Line and protect Mayfield.

18. Minnesota Vikings - Jeffrey Simmons, DT, Miss. State
Draft is loaded with quality Defensive Tackles it seems and this one dropped down this mock a bit, Minnesota are likely to lose a defensive tackle or two, so they can get some new blood here.

19. Tennessee Titans - Dexter Lawrence, DT, Clemson
A team with plenty of needs, I picked the best player available from a position of need.

20. Pittsburgh Steelers - Jachai Polite, Edge, Florida
Pittsburgh needs a new pass rusher.

21. Philadelphia Eagles - Byron Murphy, CB, Washington
Philadelphia have a huge need at Cornerback, so I've just picked the next best Cornerback on the list I'm using.

22. Indianapolis Colts - Derrick Brown, DT, Auburn
Indianapolis pick up one of the best players remaining on the board.

23. Seattle Seahawks - Kelvin Harman, WR, NC State
I have a feeling that Seattle will strengthen the D-Line first, even if they keep Clark, but I'd love to see Wilson with all of his talent having a top Wide Receiver prospect to throw to.

24. Baltimore Ravens - Mack Wilson, ILB, Alabama
Best player available in a position of need.

25. Oakland Raiders - Deionte Thompson, S, Alabama\
Think this guy has dropped a bit, but Oakland are the first team in the second half of the draft needing pretty much everything.

26. Houston Texans - Dalton Risner, OT, Kansas St.
May be a slight reach, but Houston really needs to get Warson some protection.

27. Oakland Raiders - Damien Harris, RB, Alabama
Oakland are one of the teams needing a Running Back the most and I it seems that Harris will be the first running back off the board and likely to go around this spot.

28. Los Angeles Chargers - DreMont Jones, DT, Ohio St.
Yes, plenty of Defensive Tackles have been drafted so far, but it is one of the strongest positions in this class, Chargers could use some youth across their ageing defensive line.

29. New England Patriots - Noah Fant, TE, Iowa
Time Patriots sought a different Tight End option.

30. Los Angeles Rams - Zach Allen, DE, Boston College
Rams don't have many needs, but a lot of their money is spent on the D-Line, maybe they can add a top rookie there.

31. Kansas City Chiefs - Raekwon Davis, DT, Alabama
Kansas City's first pick has to go on the defense, picked the best player available.

32. Green Bay Packers - N'Keal Harry, WR, Arizona St.
Green Bay's first pick went on the defense, the second one can go on the offense to give Green Bay a viable number 2 instead of Cobb.


Again, I haven't done my own rankings, I haven't considered trades or free agency. More than anything this is to see how different my mock drafts will look once I start properly researching.
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Old 05.01.2019, 11:01 AM
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Do people have a view on JJ Arcega-Whiteside?

Some are touting him as the next Mike Evans, but to me he looks like the next Kelvin Benjamin. He gets so little separation, and his winning of contested catches seem more a product of size Vs technique, an advantage he wouldn't have in the NFL
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He'll have the size advantage most of the time at the next level, 6 foot 3, 225lbs and very good at boxing defenders out so even better at winning jump balls than his size would suggest. If you need a possession/endzone receiver I wouldn't be afraid of taking him at some point in the 2nd. Jumps (needing to be good) and 40 (needing to be not terrible) will be key at the combine, could see him sliding if he doesn't do well there.

Who the hell is comparing him to Mike Evans, that is rubbish.
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Old 06.01.2019, 10:57 AM
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He'll have the size advantage most of the time at the next level, 6 foot 3, 225lbs and very good at boxing defenders out so even better at winning jump balls than his size would suggest. If you need a possession/endzone receiver I wouldn't be afraid of taking him at some point in the 2nd. Jumps (needing to be good) and 40 (needing to be not terrible) will be key at the combine, could see him sliding if he doesn't do well there.

Who the hell is comparing him to Mike Evans, that is rubbish.
Maybe it's just the tape I've seen, but I don't see him playing to his size. He catches a lot in his body.

The Evans comp is doing the rounds on Twitter.
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24. Baltimore Ravens - Mack Wilson, ILB, Alabama
Best player available in a position of need.
Sounds about right to me.

Also if Elway does decide to try for an experienced and proven QB I could see him looking to trade for Flacco.
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Old 06.01.2019, 04:31 PM
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Sounds about right to me.

Also if Elway does decide to try for an experienced and proven QB I could see him looking to trade for Flacco.
Mack Wilson is going back I think. It doesn't help an already thin off the ball linebacker class
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Anyone seen much of Devin Singletary? Looks like a potential day 2/early day 3 sleeper pick for someone.
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Old 06.01.2019, 05:37 PM
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Anyone seen much of Devin Singletary? Looks like a potential day 2/early day 3 sleeper pick for someone.
I haven't seen a lot, but he looks draftable, seems to read the game pretty well but seems a bit slow and lacking in burst
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Old 06.01.2019, 07:52 PM
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Anyone seen much of Devin Singletary? Looks like a potential day 2/early day 3 sleeper pick for someone.
Judging by Dane Brugler's view on him I'd say he won't be a sleeper for long. Think he has him as his #2 RB at the moment. Day 2 is very likely.
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