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*2018 BZ Mock Draft Part Deux: Picks ONLY Thread*

Postby DreadNaught » Fri Apr 06, 2018 11:00 am

This thread is for draft picks ONLY. All other discussion relating to this mock draft will go in the Bootz commentary thread HERE

Round 1
1-1-1 Cleveland - Josh Rosen, QB - UCLA
1-2-2 NY Giants - Sam Darnold, QB - USC
1-3-3 NY Jets - Baker Mayfield, QB - Oklahoma
1-4-4 Arizona - Josh Allen, QB - Wyoming
1-5-5 Denver - Quenton Nelson, OG - Notre Dame
1-6-6 Indianapolis - Bradley Chubb, EDGE - NC State
1-7-7 Tampa Bay - Saquon Barkley, RB - Penn State
1-8-8 Chicago - Trumain Edmunds, LB - Virginia Tech
1-9-9 San Francisco - Minkah Fitzpatrick, DB - Alabama
1-10-10 Buffalo - Lamar Jackson, QB - Louisville
1-11-11 Miami - Denzel Ward, CB - Ohio State
1-12-12 Oakland - Roquan Smith, LB - Georgia
1-13-13 Washington - Vita Vea, DT - Washington
1-14-14 Green Bay - Marcus Davenport, EDGE - UTSA
1-15-15 Cleveland - Derwin James, S - Florida State
1-16-16 Baltimore - Calvin Ridley, WR - Alabama
1-17-17 LA Chargers - Ronnie Harrison, Safety - Alabama
1-18-18 Seattle - Darrius Guice, RB - LSU
1-19-19 Dallas - Courtland Sutton, WR - SMU
1-20-20 Detroit - Harold Landry, EDGE - Boston College
1-21-21 Indianapolis - Mike McGlinchey, OT - Notre Dame
1-22-22 Buffalo - Maurice Hurst, DT - Michigan
1-23-23 New England - Jaire Alexander, CB - Louisville
1-24-24 Carolina - Arden Key, EDGE - LSU
1-25-25 Tennessee - Justin Reid, Safety - Stanford
1-26-26 Atlanta - Taven Bryan, DT - Florida
1-27-27 New Orleans - Hayden Hurst, TE - South Carolina
1-28-28 Pittsburgh - Leighton Vander Esch, LB - Boise State
1-29-29 Jacksonville - Isaiah Wynn, OG - Georgia
1-30-30 Minnesota - Will Hernandez, G - UTEP
1-31-31 New England - Kolton Miller, OT - UCLA
1-32-32 Philadelphia - Rashaan Evans, LB - Alabama


Round 2
2-1-33 Cleveland - Connor Williams, OL - Texas
2-2-34 New York Giants - Ronald Jones, RB - USC
2-3-35 Cleveland - Josh Jackson, CB - Iowa
2-4-36 Cincinnati - Billy Price, G/C - Ohio State
2-5-37 Indianapolis - Da'Ron Payne, DT - Alabama
2-6-38 Tampa Bay - Tim Settle, DT - Virginia Tech
2-7-39 Chicago - D.J. Moore, WR - Mayland
2-8-40 Denver - Mike Hughes, CB - Central Florida
2-9-41 Oakland - Sony Michel, RB - Georgia
2-10-42 Miami - Rasheem Green, DL - USC
2-11-43 New England - Sam Hubbard, EDGE - Ohio State
2-12-44 Washington - Isaiah Oliver, CB - Colorado
2-13-45 Green Bay - Carlton Davis, CB - Auburn
2-14-46 Cincinnati - Darius Leonard, LB - SC State
2-15-47 Cleveland - Harrison Phillips, DT - Stanford
2-16-48 LA Chargers - Jerome Baker, LB - Ohio State
2-17-49 Cincinnati - Shaquem Griffin, LB - UCF
2-18-50 Dallas - Donte Jackson, CB - LSU
2-19-51 Detroit - Nick Chubb, RB - Georgia
2-20-52 Baltimore - Dorance Armstrong, EDGE - Kansas
2-21-53 Buffalo - James Washington, WR - Oklahoma State
2-22-54 Kansas City - Dallas Goedert, TE - South Dakota State
2-23-55 Carolina - Michael Gallup, WR - Colorado State
2-24-56 Buffalo - Braden Smith, OG - Auburn
2-25-57 Tennessee - Duke Ejiofor, EDGE - Wake Forest
2-26-58 Atlanta - Lorenzo Carter, EDGE - Georgia
2-27-59 San Francisco - Christian Kirk, WR - Texas A&M
2-28-60 Pittsburgh - Mason Rudolph, QB - Oklahoma State
2-29-61 Denver - Anthony Miller, WR - Memphis
2-30-62 Minnesota - Mark Andrews, TE - Oklahoma
2-31-63 New England - James Daniels, C/G - Iowa
2-32-64 Cleveland - Kerryon Johnson, RB - Auburn


Round 3
3-1-65 Cincinnati - Frank Raganow, C - Arkansas
3-2-66 NY Giants - DaShawn Hand, DL - Alabama
3-3-67 Indianapolis - Malik Jefferson, LB - Texas
3-4-68 Houston - Brian O'Neil, OT - Pittsburgh
3-5-69 NY Giants - Uchenna Nwosu, EDGE - USC
3-6-70 San Francisco - Rashaad Penny, RB - San Diego State
3-7-71 Atlanta - Austin Corbett, OL - Nevada
3-8-72 NY Jets - R.J. McIntosh, DL - Miami
3-9-73 Miami - Marcella Ateman, WR - Oklahoma State
3-10-74 San Francisco - Josy Jewell, LB - Iowa
3-11-75 Oakland - Nathan Shepherd, DT - Fort Hays State
3-12-76 Green Bay - DJ Chark, WR - LSU
3-13-77 Buffalo - Tyrell Crosby, OT - Oregon
3-14-78 Kansas City - BJ Hill, DT - NC State
3-15-79 Arizona - Orlando Brown, OT - Oklahoma
3-16-80 Houston - Mike Gesicki, TE - Penn State
3-17-81 Dallas - Skai Moore, LB - South Carolina
3-18-82 Detroit - Chucks Okafor, OT - Central Michigan
3-19-83 Baltimore - Kyle Lauletta, QB - Richmond
3-20-84 LA Chargers - Joseph Noteboom, OT - TCU
3-21-85 Carolina - Royce Freeman, RB - Oregon
3-22-86 Kansas City - Kevin Tolliver, CB - LSU
3-23-87 LA Rams - Kemoko Turay, EDGE - Rutgers
3-24-88 Carolina - Jeff Holland, EDGE - Auburn
3-25-89 Tennessee - Mason Cole, C/G - Michigan
3-26-90 Jacksonville - Dante Pettis, WR - Washington
3-27-91 New Orleans - Micah Kiser, Linebacker - Virginia
3-28-92 Pittsburgh - Nyheim Hines, RB - NC State
3-29-93 Cleveland - Deon Cain, WR - Clemson
3-30-94 Minnesota - Duke Dawson, CB - Florida
3-31-95 New England - Luke Falk, QB - Washington State
3-32-96 Oakland - Martinas Rankin, OT - Mississippi State
3-33-97 Arizona - Jessie Bates, S - Wake Forest
3-34-98 Houston - Anthony Averett, CB - Alabama
3-35-99 Denver - Kalen Ballege, RB - Arizona State
3-36-100 Buffalo - M.J. Stewart, CB - UNC


Round 4
4-1-101 Green Bay - Dalton Shultz, TE - Stanford
4-2-102 Tampa Bay - Tavaris McFadden, CB - Florida State
4-3-103 Houston - Quin Blanding, S - Virginia
4-4-104 Cleveland - Chad Thomas, EDGE - Miami
4-5-105 Chicago - Will Richardson, OL - North Carolina State
4-6-106 Denver - Marquis Haynes, EDGE - Ole Miss
4-7-107 NY Jets - Jordan Mailata, OT - Australia
4-8-108 NY Giants - Jamarco Jones, OT - Ohio State
4-9-109 Indianapolis - Josh Sweat, EDGE - Florida State
4-10-110 Oakland - Nick Nelson, CB - Wisconsin
4-11-111 LA Rams - Mike McCray, LB - Michigan
4-12-112 Washington - Wyatt Teller, OG - Virginia Tech
4-13-113 Denver - Levi Wallace, CB - Alabama
4-14-114 Cleveland - Mike White, QB - Western Kentucky
4-15-115 Cleveland - Obi Okoronkwo, EDGE - Oklahoma
4-16-116 Dallas - Damon Webb, Safety - Ohio state
4-17-117 Detroit - Trenton Thompson, DT, Georgia
4-18-118 Baltimore - Ian Thomas, TE - Indiana
4-19-119 LA Chargers - Derrick Nnadi, DT - Florida State
4-20-120 Seattle - Hercules Mata'afa, EDGE - Washington State
4-21-121 Buffalo - Oren Burks, LB - Vanderbilt
4-22-122 Kansas City - Alex Cappa, OT - Humbolt State
4-23-123 Miami - Breeland Speeks, DT - Ole Miss
4-24-124 Kansas City - Cedrick Wilson, WR - Boise St
4-25-125 Tennessee - Lowell Lotulelei, DT - Utah
4-26-126 Jacksonville - Desmond Harrison, OT - West Georgia
4-27-127 New Orleans - Riley Furguson, QB - Memphis
4-28-128 San Francisco - Quenton Meeks, CB - Stanford
4-29-129 Jacksonville - Fred Warner, LB - BYU
4-30-130 Philadelphia - Kyzir White, Safety - West Virginia
4-31-131 Miami - Logan Woodside, QB - Toledo
4-32-132 Philadelphia - Isaac Yiadom, CB - Boston College
4-33-133 Green Bay - Toby Weathersby, OT - LSU
4-34-134 Arizona - Daesean Hamilton, WR - Penn State
4-35-135 NY Giants - Mark Walton, RB - Miami
4-36-136 LA Rams - PJ Hall, DT - Sam Houston State
4-37-137 Dallas - Marcus Baugh, TE - Ohio State


Spoiler:
Round 5
5-1-138 Green Bay
5-2-139 NY Giants
5-3-140 Indianapolis
5-4-141 Seattle
5-5-142 Washington
5-6-143 San Francisco
5-7-144 Tampa Bay
5-8-145 Chicago
5-9-146 Seattle
5-10-147 New Orleans
5-11-148 Pittsburgh
5-12-149 Denver
5-13-150 Cleveland
5-14-151 Cincinnati
5-15-152 Arizona
5-16-153 Detroit
5-17-154 Baltimore
5-18-155 LA Chargers
5-19-156 Seattle
5-20-157 NY Jets
5-21-158 Cincinnati
5-22-159 Oakland
5-23-160 Denver
5-24-161 Carolina
5-25-162 Tennessee
5-26-163 Washington
5-27-164 New Orleans
5-28-165 Pittsburgh
5-29-166 Buffalo
5-30-167 Minnesota
5-31-168 Seattle
5-32-169 Philadelphia
5-33-170 Cincinnati
5-34-171 Dallas
5-35-172 Green Bay
5-36-173 Oakland
5-37-174 Green Bay

Round 6
6-1-175 Cleveland
6-2-176 LA Rams
6-3-177 Houston
6-4-178 Washington
6-5-179 NY Jets
6-6-180 Tampa Bay
6-7-181 Chicago
6-8-182 Arizona
6-9-183 LA Rams
6-10-184 San Francisco
6-11-185 Oakland
6-12-186 Green Bay
6-13-187 Buffalo
6-14-188 Indianapolis
6-15-189 New Orleans
6-16-190 Baltimore
6-17-191 LA Chargers
6-18-192 Dallas
6-19-193 Dallas
6-20-194 LA Rams
6-21-195 LA Rams
6-22-196 Kansas City
6-23-197 Carolina
6-24-198 New England
6-25-199 Tennessee
6-26-200 Atlanta
6-27-201 New Orleans
6-28-202 Tampa Bay
6-29-203 Jacksonville
6-30-204 Minnesota
6-31-205 Cleveland
6-32-206 Philadelphia
6-33-207 Green Bay
6-34-208 Dallas
6-35-209 Miami
6-36-210 New England
6-37-211 Houston
6-38-212 Oakland
6-39-213 Minnesota
6-40-214 Houston
6-41-215 Baltimore
6-42-216 Oakland
6-43-217 Oakland
6-44-218 Minnesota

Round 7
7-1-219 New England
7-2-220 Pittsburgh
7-3-221 Washington
7-4-222 Houston
7-5-223 San Francisco
7-6-224 Chicago
7-7-225 Minnesota
7-8-226 Seattle
7-9-227 Miami
7-10-228 Oakland
7-11-229 Miami
7-12-230 Jacksonville
7-13-231 Washington
7-14-232 Green Bay
7-15-233 Kansas City
7-16-234 Carolina
7-17-235 NY Jets
7-18-236 Dallas
7-19-237 Detroit
7-20-238 Baltimore
7-21-239 Green Bay
7-22-240 San Francisco
7-23-241 Washington
7-24-242 Carolina
7-25-243 Kansas City
7-26-244 Atlanta
7-27-245 New Orleans
7-28-246 Pittsburgh
7-29-247 Jacksonville
7-30-248 Seattle
7-31-249 Cincinnati
7-32-250 Philadelphia
7-33-251 LA Chargers
7-34-252 Cincinnati
7-35-253 Cincinnati
7-36-254 Arizona
7-37-255 Tampa Bay
7-38-256 Atlanta
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Re: *2018 BZ Mock Draft Part Deux: Picks ONLY Thread*

Postby MJW » Sun Apr 08, 2018 4:47 pm

With The 1st Pick In The 2018 NFL Draft, The Cleveland Browns Select

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Josh Rosen, Quarterback, UCLA

We went into this process with an open mind. Rosen won the competition, hands down. He reminds us of Eli Manning. He can make all the throws. He has icewater in his veins. He's a perfectionist. He's a worker. He's not afraid to take shots or make the big throw. We ended up with him as our highest rated QB prospect since 2012. He will be an excellent face of our franchise.
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Re: *2018 BZ Mock Draft Part Deux: Picks ONLY Thread*

Postby Konatown » Mon Apr 09, 2018 6:34 am

With the 2nd pick in the 2018 NFL Draft, the NY Football Giants select QB Sam Darnold, USC.

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With Eli Manning winding down his career we need someone to groom. NY rarely picks this early so we add our QBOTF now to make sure we have our offensive rebuild underway. We feel Darnold can learn behind Eli for a year and take over Pat Shurmur’s offense in a smooth transition for a new era in NY.
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Re: *2018 BZ Mock Draft Part Deux: Picks ONLY Thread*

Postby beardmcdoug » Mon Apr 09, 2018 10:22 am

With the 3rd Overall Pick in the 2018 NFL Draft, the New York Jets Select...


Baker Mayfield, Quarterback, Oklahoma


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As Roger Goodell announces the pick, newly-hired New York Jets' GM Beard McDoug rushes the stage in Arlington, Texas, lands a boot to the center of Goodell's chest, flattening him, and plants a 20' x 20' NY Jets flag through his chest, blood shooting out like a geyser. Drenched in the spray, GM Beard McDoug turns his attention to the audience, searching, practically foaming, he locks gaze with one camera in particular and grabs his crotch, and shouts

"BILL!"

The audience hangs on the moment, stunned at what they just witnessed


McDoug suggestively shakes his crotch at the camera


the audience gasps. several people begin vomiting.


the GM turns to walk off the stage, eyes locked with the camera, hair soaked with blood. 5 million people are tuned in. The GM speaks to one man, and one man only.

"F*** YOU BILL"

"F*** YOU"

"F*** YOU"

A new era has begun in East Rutherford
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Re: *2018 BZ Mock Draft Part Deux: Picks ONLY Thread*

Postby RobR » Mon Apr 09, 2018 1:08 pm

With the 4th Overall Pick in the 2018 NFL Draft, the Arizona Cardinals select...

Josh Allen, QB, Wyoming

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This regime didn't sign up Bradford and Glennon and we don't see them as the future with the way the NFC West is gearing up. Seeing what the Jets paid to go from 6 to 2 (and other trades in recent years to go up and get QBs) we're delighted to go up to 4 and get the guy that we had right at the top of our board. And having those two already in the QB room makes us feel more confident that we aren't going to 'do a Houston' and give away a top 5 pick next year. Equally there's no pressure for Allen to come in and start immediately.

Now that we've addressed the trade, on to the pick.. He's raw but he has all the tools that you want in a QB. He's a big solid frame that can make all the throws, and showed at the Senior Bowl that the small school thing isn't so much of an issue.

Furthermore, we believe we can mould him into a future superstar. We've got a great environment in terms of coaching and management for a guy like this to come in and not be overawed or face too much pressure. It's the perfect match.
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Re: *2018 BZ Mock Draft Part Deux: Picks ONLY Thread*

Postby BucaRican » Mon Apr 09, 2018 3:12 pm

With the 5th Overall Pick in the 2018 NFL Draft, the Denver Broncos select...

Quenton Nelson, G, Notre Dame

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The war room erupted with all the first 4 picks being QBs. Elway predicted the top QBs would be gone before the pick at 5. Elway played his FA
chip in Case Kenum so he would not be forced to draft a QB in this draft. The Broncos are not giving up on Paxton Lynch, and Kenum proved to
be a very good QB when he had time to throw.

The Biggest war room issue was taking a Guard at 5, when talents like Chubb and Barkley were still available, but Denver ranked 12th in the NFL
in Rushing in 2017 and CJ Anderson showed he could handle the load last year. While tempted to what is believed to be a great talent in Chubb,
the 3-4 scheme would be new territory for the DE. So the logical move is shore up a Oline that gave up the 54 sacks, tied for 3rd most in 2017.
Nelson is a huge upgrade at Left Guard and a security blanket for years to come.
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Re: *2018 BZ Mock Draft Part Deux: Picks ONLY Thread*

Postby DreadNaught » Mon Apr 09, 2018 3:18 pm

With the 6th pick in 2018 NFL Draft the Indianapolis Colts select:

Bradley Chubb, EDGE - NC State


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The draft board could not have gone any better for us here in Indy with four QBs and a Guard going top 5. We were able to trade down from 3rd overall to 6th overall (picking up three 2nd round picks) and still got our #1 guy in Bradley Chubb.

Our roster has a lot of holes we need to address and with those extra picks in round 2 we intend to continue the revamping the talent on this team, but with Bradley Chubb we feel elated that we got the only can't miss EDGE defender in this draft. There isn't another EDGE rusher in that class as well-rounder and ready to contribute day 1. As we switch to a 4-3 base defense under new DC Matt Eberflus (Rod Marinelli disciple) we project Chubb to start right away at DE opposite Jabaal Sheard adding some much needed juice in the pass rush.

Rebuilding this roster will be a process that requires more than one draft or even one offseason. But with our franchise QB Andrew Luck returning and now an increased ability to disrupt the opposing QB we feel great about the process and are looking forward adding more pieces w/ our three 2nd round picks.
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Re: *2018 BZ Mock Draft Part Deux: Picks ONLY Thread*

Postby Super K » Mon Apr 09, 2018 3:58 pm

With the 7th pick in the 2018 NFL Draft, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers select:

Saquon Barkley RB Penn State

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Is he a shiny new toy? Yes

But, just like last year with OJ Howard, one of the most talented, if not THE most talented, prospects in the entire draft falls at our feet. Our offseason FA work allows us to make this selection and feel good about it.

RB is obviously a need for us, and while we liked Guice as a player, we weren't sold on him as a person. Barkley checks ALL the boxes and gives a threat at RB we haven't dreamt about since Bo Jackson gave us the middle finger. Big, strong, fast...a game changer.

(And just to kick Cleveland's GM in the crotch for not staying at #4 and drafting him, we used a pic of Barkley torching a Cornholer)
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Re: *2018 BZ Mock Draft Part Deux: Picks ONLY Thread*

Postby Cheb » Mon Apr 09, 2018 9:20 pm

With the 8th pick in the 2018 NFL Draft, the Chicago Bears select:

Tremaine Edmunds, Linebacker, Virginia Tech.

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Vic Fangio is one of the best defensive coordinators in football, and he's back to coordinate the Bears for a third consecutive season. Last year he led a top ten defense and this selection will make that defense even stronger.

Edmunds is a physical freak whose best pro comp happens to be lifelong Bear and Hall-of-Famer Brian Urlacher. He can run like a gazelle and hit like a truck. He has plus coverage ability for a man his size and he flashes talent as a pass rusher. Add in some impressive abilities as a tackler and this is a slam dunk pick for us. Yes, there are some technical aspects to his game that he needs to clean up, but he's still just a kid at age nineteen, and Vic Fangio is one of the best teachers in the game.

Whether Edmunds ends up starting at middle linebacker next to Dany Trevathan or at edge rusher opposite Leonard Floyd in our 3-4 defense, we know that Edmunds will be a star in Chicago.

We thought about adding to the secondary here given the available talent at the top of the draft, but we feel we aren't being hyperbolic when we say that our starters are awesome. Both starting safeties are excellent, with Adrian Amos a borderline All-Pro and Eddie Jackson looking to build on a great rookie season. Similarly we are very happy with our starting corners, making Kyle Fuller one of the top paid corners in the game and giving Prince Amukamara a well deserved extension after his renaissance season.

We feel that our team was far better than the five wins we produced last season. With new head coach Matt Nagy controlling the offense and Vic being Vic on defense, the future is bright in Chicago.
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Re: *2018 BZ Mock Draft Part Deux: Picks ONLY Thread*

Postby Nano » Tue Apr 10, 2018 12:21 am

With the 9th overall pick in the 2018 NFL Draft, the San Francisco 49ers select.......


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Minkah Fitzpatrick, DB, Alabama
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Re: *2018 BZ Mock Draft Part Deux: Picks ONLY Thread*

Postby VauntedTampa2 » Tue Apr 10, 2018 8:32 am

With the tenth pick in the 2018 NFL draft, the Buffalo Bills select:

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Lamar Jackson, QB, Louisville

With four QBs going with the first 4 picks, we decided to move in front of the Dolphins to nab our QBOF, Lamer Jackson. Only giving up a late third round pick, we felt it was worth it since we viewed Jackson as a top five pick. Not only do we feel ecstatic about our first selection, but we still have a plethora of picks to continue adding talent to our team.
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Re: *2018 BZ Mock Draft Part Deux: Picks ONLY Thread*

Postby theBKwhopper » Tue Apr 10, 2018 12:04 pm

With the 11th pick in the 2018 NFL draft, the Miami Dolphins select...

DENZEL WARD, CB, OSU.
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Re: *2018 BZ Mock Draft Part Deux: Picks ONLY Thread*

Postby Bucs N Beers » Tue Apr 10, 2018 1:00 pm

With the 12th pick in the draft, the Oakland/Vegas Raiders select:

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Roquan Smith - LB - Georgia

Smith is a dominant Linebacker and is a perfect match for the Raiders. The 2017 Butkus award winner has 4.5 speed and plays with great athleticism and instincts. We're excited to be able to trade down 2 spots for an extra 3rd rounder and still get our guy.
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Re: *2018 BZ Mock Draft Part Deux: Picks ONLY Thread*

Postby RobR » Tue Apr 10, 2018 1:06 pm

With the 13th pick the Redskins select Vita Vea.


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This is one of those moves that makes us better in all sorts of places. Aside from the obvious need to fix the worst run defence in the league, his disruptiveness and constantly requiring double teams makes the pass rush more effective, which makes the secondary better. It's a no-brainer really.
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Re: *2018 BZ Mock Draft Part Deux: Picks ONLY Thread*

Postby ComingThisFall » Tue Apr 10, 2018 1:33 pm

With the 14th pick in the 2018 NFL draft, the Green Bay Packers select: Marcus Davenport, DE - UTSA

BPA on our Big Board. The off-season overhaul of the Defensive Line is complete
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Re: *2018 BZ Mock Draft Part Deux: Picks ONLY Thread*

Postby MJW » Tue Apr 10, 2018 1:53 pm

With The 15th Pick In The 2018 NFL Draft, The Cleveland Browns Select

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Derwin James, Safety, Florida State

We had actually made inquiries with teams drafting above us to try and move back up for James. We are unbelievably thrilled to land him at Pick #15. We checked the board like three times to ensure we didn't miss him getting picked. We sprinted up with the card.

The previous regime drafted Jabrill Peppers, who we view as a dime linebacker and punt returner, but not an every-down safety. James IS an every-down safety, who along with Damarious Randall makes the worst safety room in the league last year one of the best this year.
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Re: *2018 BZ Mock Draft Part Deux: Picks ONLY Thread*

Postby Deja Entendu » Tue Apr 10, 2018 2:17 pm

With the 16th selection in the 2018 NFL Draft, the Baltimore Ravens select:

Calvin Ridley, WR, Alabama

Seems uninspired after Derwin James slipped, but the Ravens need a WR to call their own.
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Re: *2018 BZ Mock Draft Part Deux: Picks ONLY Thread*

Postby Ghostrap » Tue Apr 10, 2018 5:27 pm

With the 17th pick of the 2018 NFL Draft, the Los Angeles Chargers select..

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Judge Dread, Wide Receiver, Penn State
5'6, 300 lbs, Fr

NFL Comparison
Ryan Leaf
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Re: *2018 BZ Mock Draft Part Deux: Picks ONLY Thread*

Postby Mountaineer Buc » Wed Apr 11, 2018 7:21 am

With the 18th pick in the 2018 NFL Draft the Seattle Seahawks select

Darrius Guise, RB, LSU


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We have a lot of work to do up here in the beautiful Pacific Northwest. Lots of smart directions we can go to react to issues along our offensive and defensive fronts, the slow dismantling of the legion of boom, and weapons to stretch the field. But it all boils down to the success of Russel Wilson. When he is successful, we are successful. We simply cannot allow our franchise quarterback to continue to lead the team in rushing year after year. Guise gives our offense the first legit every down back we've had since Beast Mode "retired" and will allow our offense to pass a little less, control the clock, and extend drives.

With all our work to be done, we're still playing winning football in Seattle. With Guise, we'll build upon that.
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Re: *2018 BZ Mock Draft Part Deux: Picks ONLY Thread*

Postby Zarniwoop » Wed Apr 11, 2018 8:13 am

With the 19th pick the Dallas Cowboys select, WR SMU, Courtland Sutton


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The Cowboys need playmakers on the outside to take pressure of young QB Dak Prescott. They have a very solid OL and RB. But with ageing veteran Jason Witten at TE and the rapidly diminishing skills (and increasing frustration) of Dez Bryant on the outside, they need help spreading out the field. It's no secret that the Cowboys love the local SMU boy and are excited about what he can bring to the table. While the Cowboys added some depth at WR this offseason, they needed serious help finding a go-to guy. Sutton is a big guy (6'3, 220 lbs) and in addition to racking up lots of yards will be an excellent red zone threat. This addition will help an offense that all too many times struggled last year.
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Postby Deja Entendu » Wed Apr 11, 2018 8:27 am

With the 20th pick in the 2018 NFL Draft, the Detroit Lions select:

HAROLD LANDRY, EDGE RUSHER, BOSTON COLLEGE

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Postby DreadNaught » Wed Apr 11, 2018 10:02 am

With the 21st overall pick in the 2018 NFL Draft the Indianapolis Colts select;

Mike McGlinchey, OT - Notre Dame

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After taking the best Dlinemen in the draft at pick 6 in Bradley Chubb we turned our focus to biggest hole on Oline which is at Right Tackle. We felt Mike McGlinchey was the clear top OT in what is a pretty weak OT class overall. McGlinchey will be able to step in at Right Tackle for us where he played early in his college career. We still have LT Anthony Castanzo and have re-signed LG Jack Mehort, added RG Matt Slauson in FA to form a solid interior with recent 1st round pick at Center Ryan Kelly. There is still work to be done on this roster but we fell great about the draft thus far as we solidify the trenches on both sides of the ball.
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Postby VauntedTampa2 » Wed Apr 11, 2018 10:44 am

With the 22nd pick in the 2018 NFL draft, the Buffalo Bills select:

Maurice Hurst, DT, Michigan
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Postby Brazen331 » Wed Apr 11, 2018 11:21 am

With the 23rd pick New England selects: Jaire Alexander CB Louisville

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Postby theBKwhopper » Wed Apr 11, 2018 12:43 pm

With the 24th pick the Carolina Panthers select...

ARDEN KEY, DE, LSU.
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Postby Heidguy » Wed Apr 11, 2018 1:54 pm

With the 25th pick of the 2018 NFL draft, the Tennessee titans select
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Justin Reid, safety Stanford
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Postby Naismith » Wed Apr 11, 2018 2:34 pm

With the 28-3 (+1) pick of the draft, the Atlanta Falcons select Eddy Pineiro, K, University of Florida!

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A lot of people might scoff at this pick, but after seeing divisional rival, Tampa Bay, bring in their number one rated player in the draft, the Falcons decide not to gamble and select him with their first round pick.

Did you know that over the last five seasons, the Falcons have been in 28 games decided by 3 points or less? Did you know that over the last decade, the Falcons have lost 28 games by 3 points or less? Both of those facts may be true. Because of that, the Falcons decide to fix the kicking game by drafting a guy who kicks balls through uprights.

They will immediately release Matt Bryant which probably won’t lead to a decade of kicking futility.


With the 26th pick of the draft, the Atlanta Falcons select Taven Bryan, DT, University of Florida.

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This is a good pick for a variety of reasons but **** the Falcons. Go Bucs.
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Postby Mountaineer Buc » Wed Apr 11, 2018 3:17 pm

With the 27th pick in the 2018 NFL Draft, The New Orleans Saints select

Hayden Hurst, TE South Carolina


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Day one starter and contributor for our offense. Pleased to get the top TE in the draft all the way back here.
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Postby Bucs N Beers » Wed Apr 11, 2018 4:56 pm

With the 28th pick in the draft the Pittsburgh Steelers select:

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Leighton Vander Esch - LB - Boise State

With the unfortunate injury to Ryan Shazier, the Steelers need to fill his spot. Vander Esch has great size at 6'4" 256lbs with the ability to rush, move sideline to sideline, and can play the pass as well. He's instictive, athletic and is always around the play.

Also, yeaaaaaaaaaa, we're gonna go ahead and pass on Mason Rudoplh for now.
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Postby Naismith » Wed Apr 11, 2018 6:06 pm

With the 29th pick of the 2018 NFL Draft, your should-be AFC Champion Jacksonville Jaguars proudly select...

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ISAIAH WYNN, OG, Georgia

This is a spot where our highest rated player also happened to be a position of need. From Dane Brugler's draft guide:

ISAIAH WYNN | Georgia 6026 | 313 lbs. | SR. St. Petersburg, Fla. (Lakewood) 12/9/1995 (age 22.4) #77

BACKGROUND: A four-star offensive guard recruit out of high school, Isaiah Wynn was a starting offensive tackle at Lakewood and helped pave the way for 2,371 rushing yards in 2013. He earned Class 5A all-state honors as a senior and was widely viewed as the No. 1 offensive line recruit in the state of Florida. With his sights
set on playing in the SEC, Wynn narrowed his college choice to Auburn, Florida and Georgia, choosing the Bulldogs. He played a back-up role as a true freshman, earning his first career start as a tight end in 2014. Wynn became a starter as a sophomore and split his time between left tackle and left guard, also practicing at center. He spent the majority of his junior season at left guard, also starting one game at left tackle. Wynn started all 15 games for the SEC Champions in 2017, earning First Team All-SEC and multiple All-American honors. He accepted his invitation to the 2018 Senior Bowl.

HT: 6026
WT: 313
ARM: 33 3/8
HAND: 08 1/2
WING: 78 7/8

STRENGTHS: Balanced pass-sets to effortlessly mirror rushers...agile feet with natural knee bend to drop his hips and anchor mid-shuffle...rangy puller to advance and take out defenders downfield...relaxed, coordinated punch to initiate the meeting with rushers...flexible coil and resets well to answer counter moves...strong hands to seal blocks...squares as a run blocker, engaging, rolling his hips and running his feet...finishes blocks and plays fundamentally-sound through the whistle...shorter than ideal, but functional arm length...durable and missed only one start the last three seasons (41 career starts)...versatile experience, splitting the bulk of his career snaps between left guard and left tackle – also took practice reps with the one’s at center...dominant senior season against numerous NFL-caliber defensive linemen in the SEC...named a senior captain.

WEAKNESSES: Shorter than ideal with a round midsection, lacking the body NFL teams look for at tackle...lacks ideal lateral range and had some issues protecting the corner in college...overeager with his initial punch, getting his upper half overextended at times...aggressive, strong hands, but that also leads to the occasional holding penalty...plays through pain, but medicals will be important – missed one game as a junior due to a sprained MCL in his left knee (Nov. 2016); practiced with a torn labrum during Senior Bowl week, requiring surgery (Jan. 2018).

SUMMARY: A three-year starter at Georgia, Wynn bounced between left guard and left tackle as a sophomore and junior before settling in at left tackle for his senior season where he was an integral part of Georgia’s run to the National Championship Game. He doesn’t have elite size for the next level, but he generates inline power with his body control to create movement in the run game. Wynn has excellent feet in pass protection, sinking his hips and striking with a violent punch to keep rushers at bay. He has the skills-set to line up at any of the interior line positions in the NFL with the functional experience to kick out to tackle in a pinch. Overall, Wynn is a plug-and-play NFL starter and the second-best offensive line prospect in the 2018 draft class (behind Notre Dame’s Quenton Nelson), projecting as a potential Pro Bowler.
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