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The Draft Wire 4 round mock
« on: December 15, 2018, 11:53:06 PM »
The Draft Wire

1. San Francisco 49ers | Nick Bosa | DE | Ohio State
There’s a strong chance that Bosa will be the No. 1 selection no matter who’s selecting. The 49ers have their quarterback in Jimmy Garoppolo, but they’re desperate for a playmaker on the edge. Nick is nearly identical to his older brother, Joey. His blend of size, speed, strength, explosion, football IQ and technique are a no-brainer.

2. Arizona Cardinals | Jonah Williams | OT | Alabama
The Cardinals pass on the best defensive tackle in this class to snag a future Pro Bowl offensive tackle. Williams would be an immediate player on the offensive line as a long-term fixture protecting Josh Rosen’s blindside. Williams is athletic and has very quick feet making him a very good pass blocker. He is powerful in the run game and should help open up holes for David Johnson as well for years to come.

3. Oakland Raiders | Quinnen Williams | DT | Alabama
With Bosa off the board, Williams possesses talent that Jon Gruden shouldn’t pass up on. After being one of college football’s most disruptive defensive lineman, Williams combines natural athletic ability with power and quickness that allows him to penetrate gaps. Pairing him with Maurice Hurst and P.J. Hall would solidify Oakland as having one of the best interior defensive lines in the league.

4. Atlanta Falcons | Ed Oliver | DT | Houston
The Falcons could potentially lose Grady Jarrett to free agency, which makes Oliver a wise selection to pair with Deadrin Senat. Oliver is an incredibly explosive and disruptive interior defender. His first step quickness allows him to beat blockers off the snap and penetrate quickly. He’s undersized, but physical built. Oliver plays with great leverage and pad level, where he is able to create movement or anchor well because he plays so low to the ground.

5. New York Jets | Clelin Ferrell | DE | Clemson
The Jets seek out some edge help here in the early portion of the first round. Ferrell has been one of the best pass-rushers in the ACC over the past three seasons, racking up 48 tackles for loss and 26 sacks. Ferrell is one of the most athletic edge rushers in the 2019 draft class, and he gives New York a disruptive presence that impacts all aspects of the game.

6. Buffalo Bills | D.K. Metcalf | WR | Ole Miss
The Bills have seen Zay Jones and Robert Foster more of a chance to shine, but it still needs plenty more dynamic playmakers to make use of Josh Allen’s exciting, aggressive downfield throwing. Metcalf would be a terrific target for Allen and a terrifying possibility for opposing defenses.

7. Jacksonville Jaguars | Dwayne Haskins | QB | Ohio State
It is officially over for Blake Bortles in Jacksonville, as the team has rolled with Cody Kessler under center. Haskins only started one season at Ohio State, so there could be a knock on him in terms of experience. But the talent is too rich to pass up on. His arm talent, staying calm and collective under pressure and executing in the biggest games show he’s ready for the next step in his career.

8. Tampa Bay Buccaneers | Greedy Williams | CB | LSU
The cornerback position isn’t a pressing need for Tampa Bay, but they will need to find a replacement for Brent Grimes this offseason. Williams has tremendous instincts and ball skills and could be a dominant player in the NFL. He may be the top cover man in this year’s class and would solidify the group for years to come.

9. New York Giants | Justin Herbert | QB | Oregon
New York has elite talent at the skill positions, as running back Saquon Barkley, and wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. are two of the best in the game at what they do. Herbert could be the long-term successor to Manning in New York, if he declares. Herbert has prototypical size and arm strength. He can play in the pocket or get out and move and make plays with his legs if he needs to.

10. Detroit Lions | Josh Allen | EDGE | Kentucky
Detroit should look to get better on the defensive side of the ball, and Allen would be a nice selection at No. 10. With Ezekiel Ansah’s contract coming up, they may want to replace him with for the long-term. Allen has a nose for the football and he’s an aggressive pass rusher, while also remaining steady when dropping back. He doesn’t have elite bend as a pass rusher, but he can turn the corner and make plays.

11. Cincinnati Bengals | Mack Wilson | LB | Alabama
The Bengals’ run defense is near the bottom in the NFL, and part of the problem is the team’s linebackers. Wilson can fix just that with his read and react skills to be a standout run stopper. Wilson also provides some talented traits in coverage as he currently has six interceptions throughout his career.

12. Green Bay Packers | Deionte Thompson | FS | Alabama
The Packers are No. 30 in the league with only six interceptions and are constantly allowing big plays down the middle of the field. Thompson was all over the field for the Crimson Tide, making critical tackles and pass breakups by displaying the range and closing speed desired in a safety. He’s set career highs this year with two interceptions and five passes defensed.

13. Cleveland Browns | Jeffery Simmons | DT | Mississippi State
The Browns have been gashed for 100-plus yards in all but three contests this season. An offensive tackle here may be more of a pressing need, but Jeffery Simmons would solidify the defensive line for years. Simmons brings a high, consistent motor and is constantly in the backfield. Simmons will contribute primarily against the run, but he has a variety of counters to get in the lap of opposing quarterbacks.

14. Washington Redskins | Kelvin Harmon | WR | North Carolina State
The Redskins don’t have a true No. 1 wide receiver on their roster and if they believe someone in this class can be that player, Harmon’s the answer. Harmon is a physical receiver who makes contested catches look easy and is a scoring threat every time he touches the ball. He’d would give Alex Smith a downfield play-maker.

15. Carolina Panthers | Montez Sweat | EDGE | Panthers
Pass rush is at a premium in the NFL and the Panthers could use an upgrade. Julius Peppers is one of the all-time greats but he is in the twilight of his career. Sweat has been productive at Mississippi State and is one of the most impressive college defensive ends by showing the ability to win with burst, length and power. Sweat would be in the perfect position to fill in the role that was played by one of the league’s best.

16. Philadelphia Eagles | Byron Murphy | CB | Washington
Ronald Darby could be gone next year, Jalen Mills needs to be upgraded and Rasul Douglas is too inconsistent to be relied upon as a future starter. The Eagles need help at the cornerback position, and Murphy could serve as just that. Despite his size at 5-foot-10 and 185 pounds, Murphy has the athleticism, quick-twitch coverage ability and ball-skills to excel in Philadelphia.

17. Denver Broncos | Deandre Baker | CB | Georgia
Tramaine Brock, who signed a one-year deal in the offseason, hasn’t lived up to expectations. And Bradley Roby, who isn’t playing as well as he did in 2017, is in the final year of his rookie contract. Baker was lights out for Georgia in his three seasons with them. Baker is an aggressive, versatile, and experienced defensive back. Baker is a highly instinctive and aware defender that will flourish in Denver’s secondary.

18. Miami Dolphins | Jachai Polite | EDGE | Florida
The Dolphins could use some pass-rushers early on as they have struggled to get after the quarterback. Polite his a high motor rusher with advanced moves and a quick first step that collegiate blockers can’t hold up against. He topped his season total with 11 sacks for the Gators and he’s faced some of the best competition out there. Polite would add a nice piece to Miami’s defense.

19. Indianapolis Colts | Riley Ridley | WR | Georgia
The Colts have seen an improved season after adding protection for Andrew Luck, but it’s obvious that he needs weapons. Ridley’s size and strength over the middle would pair perfectly with TY Hilton. He would line up as the “X” receiver and be a force against opposing secondaries for years to come with a little bit of refinement to his route running.

20. Tennessee Titans | Marquise Brown | WR | Oklahoma
The Titans wide receiver position is filled with a bunch of new and young players, but they lack a playmaker to pair with Corey Davis. Brown is a burner with tremendous speed. He is very shifty, can make defenders miss, and is a threat to score every time he touches the ball. Brown is an addition that Marcus Mariota would love.

21. Minnesota Vikings | Dalton Risner | OT | Kansas State
The Vikings are notorious for taking the best player available approach, but they can’t afford to when there’s a glaring need on the offensive line. Risner is a dependable and versatile blocker, who shines in pass protection. Originally a guard, he made the move to right tackle and continued to dominate. No matter where he plays at the next level, though, its seems extremely likely that’ll he’ll be a quality starter for a long time coming.

22. Baltimore Ravens | Brian Burns | EDGE | Florida State
Terrell Suggs and Za’Darius Smith are in the final year of their contracts, which means that the Ravens will need a premier pass rusher. Burns has incredible length and some of the longest arms in college football. He’s a fluid rusher who lacks size in his frame and doesn’t have a true power move, but he still projects to be a force in the NFL.

23. Pittsburgh Steelers | Devin White | LB | LSU
The Steelers need to find a long-term replacement for Ryan Shazier and that’s where White comes in. He might be the most well-rounded player at that position to come out in years. Size is no issue at 6-foot and 240 pounds. He’s got the range to cover a ton of ground and shows impressive instinct and leadership on the field.

24. Oakland Raiders (From DAL) | N’Keal Harry | WR | Arizona State
The Raiders traded wide receiver Amari Cooper for a first-round pick and while they are under no pressure to go after one to replace him in round one, Harry is too enticing to pass up on. Harry is a deep threat that’s phenomenal at contested situations. Despite struggling to create separation, his ability to pick up yards after the catch is just the scratching surface of his long speed, which allows him to leave defenders in the dust.

25. Seattle Seahawks | Rashan Gary | DT | Michigan
Frank Clark and the team could part ways in free agency so Seattle can find a ready-made replacement in the draft with another Michigan man in Gary. Gary has proven himself to be a disruptive interior force capable of moving around the formation. They’ve been a little thin at defensive tackle this year, so Gary would be a huge upgrade by giving them some versatility.

26. Oakland Raiders | Taylor Rapp | S | Washington
Reggie Nelson, Karl Joseph, and Marcus Gilchrist are beyond limited. It’s evident that the Raiders need help in the back end of their defense. That’s why the selection of Rapp would be a wise one. Rapp brings the ability to cover in zone, but also handle man-to-man responsibilities. He also demonstrates reliability in run defense as he is a technician tackler.

27. Houston Texans | Cody Ford | OT | Oklahoma
The Texans’ main priority going forward is protecting quarterback DeShaun Watson. As long as he is taking hits, Houston should be concerned about their ability to compete because when he’s not healthy, they are not going to be winning games. Ford is a player who’s rising up big boards and he’s getting up their quickly. Ford possesses a humongous frame. As a blocker he has a combination of foot quickness and power that is ready for the NFL.

28. Los Angeles Chargers | Jerry Tillery | DT | Notre Dame
The Chargers interior defensive line has looked improved this season, but both Brandon Mebane and Darius Philon are on the final year of their deals. Corey Liuget looked solid after returning from a four-game suspension, but he got injured and had to miss the remainder of the season. Tillery’s fluid hips, impeccable lateral agility, active hands, and long arms will allow him to dominate NFL guards for years to come.

29. New England Patriots | Gerald Willis | DT | Miami
New England needs to add talent in their defensive front seven. Willis satisfies both of these things. He is a very versatile and athletic defensive lineman. Willis is explosive off the line with quick hands that are always moving to beat opposing interior offensive linemen.

30. Green Bay Packers (From NO) | Raekwon Davis | DT | Alabama
The Packers get a nice value here late in the first round in Davis. Davis is ranked in the top five of some big boards but falls to Green Bay here as they continue to revamp their defense. A presence like this on the interior defensive line can help make everyone else around him better. Davis has incredible length and overall size, north of 6-foot-6 and 315 pounds. He could have success as an inside-outside player at the next level.

31. Kansas City Chiefs | Bryce Hall | CB | Virginia
Despite their impressive record to this point, the Chiefs have the worst pass defense in the NFL. Hall is rising up boards and he would be a nice fit in Bob Sutton’s defense. Hall is a smart, savvy, and instinctive cornerback with great ball skills. Physically, quite the athlete and Hall has impressive size and a well-developed frame at 6-foot-1 and 200 pounds.

32. Los Angeles Rams | Zach Allen | EDGE | Boston College
The Rams defensive front is one of the league’s best, but they could use another explosive edge rusher, whether or not Dante Fowler Jr. is back. Allen is a big-bodied and strong player at the point of attack. He can set the edge against perimeter runs, but also crash inside to penetrate. When he gets through the line using his pass rush arsenal, he’s able to close in on anything within his reach.


33. San Francisco 49ers | A.J. Brown | WR | Ole Miss

34. Arizona Cardinals | Collin Johnson | WR | Texas

35. Oakland Raiders | Devin Bush | LB | Michigan

36. Atlanta Falcons | Tyler Biadasz | OC | Wisconsin

37. Indianapolis Colts (From NYJ) | Dre’Mont Jones | DT | Ohio State

38. Buffalo Bills | Greg Little | OT | Ole Miss

39. Jacksonville Jaguars | Noah Fant | TE | Iowa

40. Tampa Bay Buccaneers | Jawaan Taylor | OT | Florida

41. New York Giants | Chris Lindstrom | OG | Boston College

42. Detroit Lions | Amani Oruwariye | CB | Penn State

43. Cincinnati Bengals | T.J. Hockenson | TE | Iowa

44. Green Bay Packers | Chase Winovich | EDGE | Michigan

45. Cleveland Browns | Yodny Cajuste | OT | West Virginia

46. Washington Redskins | Drew Lock | QB | Missouri

47. Carolina Panthers | Nasir Adderly | FS | Delaware

48. Philadelphia Eagles | David Edwards | OT | Wisconsin

49. Denver Broncos | Brett Rypien | QB | Boise State

50. Miami Dolphins | Will Grier | QB | West Virginia

51. Indianapolis Colts | Julian Love | CB | Notre Dame

52. Tennessee Titans | Oshane Ximines | EDGE | Old Dominion

53. Minnesota Vikings | Christian Wilkins | DT | Clemson

54. Philadelphia Eagles (From BAL) | David Montgomery | RB | Iowa State

55. Pittsburgh Steelers | Kris Boyd | CB | Texas

56. Dallas Cowboys | Juan Thornhill | S | Virginia

57. Houston Texans (From SEA) | Michael Dieter | IOL | Wisconsin

58. New England Patriots (From CHI) | Daniel Jones | QB | Duke

59. Houston Texans | Dexter Lawrence | DT | Clemson

60. Los Angeles Chargers | Kaleb McGary | OT | Washington

61. New England Patriots | J.J. Arcega-Whiteside | WR | Stanford

62. New Orleans Saints | Irv Smith Jr. | TE | Alabama

63. Kansas City Chiefs | Jaquan Johnson | S | Miami

64. Kansas City Chiefs (From LAR) | Anthony Nelson | EDGE | Iowa


65. San Francisco 49ers | Vosean Joseph | LB | Florida

66. Arizona Cardinals | Derrick Brown | DT | Auburn

67. Oakland Raiders | Elijah Holyfield | RB | Georgia

68. Atlanta Falcons | Rock Ya-Sin | CB | Temple

69. New York Jets | Hakeem Butler | WR | Iowa State

70. Buffalo Bills | Ross Pierschbacher | IOL | Alabama

71. Jacksonville Jaguars | Michael Jordan | IOL | Ohio State

72. Tampa Bay Buccaneers | D’Andre Walker | EDGE | Georgia

73. New York Giants | *Used in supplemental draft

74. New England Patriots (From DET) | Te’Von Coney | LB | Notre Dame

75. Cincinnati Bengals | Tyree St. Louis | OT | Miami

76. Green Bay Packers | Antoine Wesley | WR | Texas Tech

77. Cleveland Browns | Germaine Pratt | LB | North Carolina State

78. Washington Redskins | Beau Benzschawel | OG | Wisconsin

79. Carolina Panthers | Garrett Bradbury | OC | North Carolina State

80. Detroit Lions (From PHI) | Kaden Smith | TE | Stanford

81. Denver Broncos | Rashard Lawrence | DT | LSU

82. Miami Dolphins | Isaiah Buggs | DT | Alabama

83. Indianapolis Colts | Trevon Diggs | CB | Alabama

84. Tennessee Titans | Bobby Okereke | LB | Stanford

85. Minnesota Vikings | Paddy Fisher | LB | Northwestern

86. Baltimore Ravens | Denzel Mims | WR | Baylor

87. Pittsburgh Steelers | Anfernee Jennings | EDGE | Alabama

88. Dallas Cowboys | Dawson Knox | TE | Ole Miss

89. Seattle Seahawks | Johnathan Abram | S | Mississippi State

90. Chicago Bears | Jabari Zuniga | EDGE | Florida

91. Houston Texans | Lukas Denis | S | Boston College

92. Los Angeles Chargers | Joe Bachie | LB | Michigan State

93. Cleveland Browns (From NE) | Myles Bryant | CB | Washington

94. New York Jets (From NO) | Devin Singletary | RB | FAU

95. Kansas City Chiefs | Josh Jacobs | RB | Alabama

96. Jacksonville Jaguars (From LAR) | Deebo Samuel | WR | South Carolina


97. San Francisco 49ers | Michael Jackson | CB | Miami

98. Arizona Cardinals | Trayvon Mullen | CB | Clemson

99. Oakland Raiders | Joe Jackson | EDGE | Miami

100. Atlanta Falcons | Darryl Williams | IOL | Mississippi State

101. New York Jets | Hjalte Froholdt | OG | Arkansas

102. Buffalo Bills | Caleb Wilson | TE | UCLA

103. Jacksonville Jaguars | Kendall Sheffield | CB | Ohio State

104. Tampa Bay Buccaneers | Andre Dillard | OT | Washington State

105. New York Giants | Elgton Jenkins | OC | Mississippi State

106. Detroit Lions | Kendall Joseph | LB | Clemson

107. Cincinnati Bengals | Kristian Fulton | CB | LSU

108. Green Bay Packers | Ben Burr-Kirven | LB | Washington

109. Cleveland Browns | Jake Hanson | OC | Oregon

110. Green Bay Packers (From WAS) | Myles Gaskin | RB | Washington

111. Carolina Panthers | Bobby Evans | OT | Oklahoma

112. Philadelphia Eagles | Renell Wren | DL | Arizona State

113. Denver Broncos | Parris Campbell | WR | Ohio State

114. Miami Dolphins | Anthony Johnson | WR | Buffalo

115. Indianapolis Colts | Charles Omenihu | DL | Texas

116. Tennessee Titans | Calvin Throckmorton | OL | Oregon

117. Minnesota Vikings | Ben Banogu | EDGE | Texas Christian

118. Baltimore Ravens | Darrell Henderson | RB | Memphis

119. Pittsburgh Steelers | David Long | CB | Michigan

120. Dallas Cowboys | Terry Beckner Jr. | DT | Missouri

121. Seattle Seahawks | Andy Isabella | WR | Massachusetts

122. Chicago Bears | Justice Hill | RB | Oklahoma State

123. Denver Broncos (From HOU) | Troy Dye | LB | Oregon

124. Los Angeles Chargers | Evan Worthington | FS | Colorado

125. New England Patriots | Derrick Baity | CB | Kentucky

126. New York Giants (From NO) | Joe Giles-Harris | LB | Duke

127. Buffalo Bills (From KC) | Lavert Hill | CB | Michigan

128. Los Angeles Rams | Camryn Bynum | CB | California
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Re: The Draft Wire 4 round mock
« Reply #1 on: December 16, 2018, 07:56:28 PM »
Yuck, No thank you, people would get fired with these picks.

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Re: The Draft Wire 4 round mock
« Reply #2 on: December 17, 2018, 11:06:32 AM »

Two things..................

(1) Safety will be addressed in FA before the draft. They may still take one in the draft, but it would be in the first 2-3 rounds.

(2) I think GB will end up picking earlier than #12 (I have them at #11 currently) when it's all said and done. There are 5 teams at 5-9, just ahead of GB at 5-8-1. GB plays the NYJ's and DET. It's very possible that GB goes 0-2 these last two games. @ NYJ's.........Packers haven't won on the road all season. DET @home..........toss up, but unless GB really dials up something different, Stafford knows GB's defense better than GB does.

As for the other 5-9 teams for the last 2 games...........
BUF 0-2
TB 1-1
NYG's 0-2
ATL 0-2

BUF 5-11
NYG's 5-11
ATL 5-11
GB 5-10-1
TB 6-10
DET 6-10

GB moves up 2 spots to #9


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Re: The Draft Wire 4 round mock
« Reply #3 on: December 17, 2018, 02:14:28 PM »
Picks aren't awful.
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