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My mock drafts are based off of what I think will happen, not what I think should happen. Keep in mind teams draft players way higher than expected, players drop way further than expected, and we're always left scratching our heads at at least five to ten picks a year in the first round alone. Picks are based off of rumors going around the league, trends teams seem to gravitate toward in previous drafts, and team needs. No mock free agency here, but I think Foles signs with Jacksonville, AB is traded to Oakland, and Rosen is traded to the Redskins. Feedback is very much appreciated but giving knowledge based advice rather than "I prefer ________" is much more helpful. You guys know your teams much better than I do!

Round 1

1. Arizona logoArizona Cardinals: Kyler Murray, QB Oklahoma

2. San Francisco logoSan Francisco 49ers: Nick Bosa, DE Ohio State

3. NY Giants logo*New York Giants: Dwayne Haskins, QB Ohio State

4. Oakland logoOakland Raiders: Quinnen Williams, DT Alabama

5. Tampa Bay logoTampa Bay Buccaneers: Josh Allen, DE Kentucky

6. NY Jets logoNew York Jets (via NYG): Jonah Williams, OT Alabama

7. Jacksonville logoJacksonville Jaguars: DK Metcalf, Ole Miss

8. Detroit logoDetroit Lions: Devin White, LB LSU

9. Denver logo*Denver Broncos: Drew Lock, QB Missouri

10. Buffalo logoBuffalo Bills (via DEN): TJ Hockenson, TE Iowa

11. Cincinnati logoCincinnati Bengals: Cody Ford, OT Oklahoma

12. Cleveland logo*Cleveland Browns: Ed Oliver, DT Houston

13. Miami logoMiami Dolphins: Clelin Ferrell, DE Clemson

14. Atlanta logoAtlanta Falcons: Christian Wilkins, DT Clemson

15. Washington logoWashington Redskins: Montez Sweat, DE Mississippi State

16. Carolina logoCarolina Panthers: Jawaan Taylor, OT Florida

17. Green Bay logoGreen Bay Packers (via CLE): Brian Burns, DE Florida State

18. Houston logo*Houston Texans: Greedy Williams, CB LSU

19. Tennessee logoTennessee Titans: Rashan Gary, DE Michigan

20. Pittsburgh logoPittsburgh Steelers: Devin Bush, LB Michigan

21. LA Chargers logo*Los Angeles Chargers: Dexter Lawrence, DT Clemson

22. Baltimore logoBaltimore Ravens: Josh Jacobs, RB Alabama

23. Minnesota logoMinnesota Vikings (via HOU): Greg Little, OT Ole Miss

24. Oakland logoOakland Raiders (via CHI): Noah Fant, TE Iowa

25. Philadelphia logoPhiladelphia Eagles: Zach Allen, DE Boston College

26. Indianapolis logoIndianapolis Colts: DeAndre Baker, CB Georgia

27. Oakland logoOakland Raiders (via DAL): Andre Dillard, OT Temple

28. Seattle logoSeattle Seahawks (via LAC): Taylor Rapp, S Washington

29. Kansas City logoKansas City Chiefs: Byron Murphy, CB Washington

30. Green Bay logoGreen Bay Packers (via NO): Garrett Bradbury, OG NC State

31. LA Rams logoLos Angeles Rams: Mack Wilson, LB Alabama

32. New England logoNew England Patriots: Deebo Samuel, WR South Carolina

 

Round 2

33. Arizona logoArizona Cardinals: Dalton Risner, OT Kansas State

34. Indianapolis logoIndianapolis Colts (via NYJ): Jachai Polite, DE Florida

35. Oakland logoOakland Raiders: Marquise Brown, WR Oklahoma

36. San Francisco logoSan Francisco 49ers: Rock Ya-Sin, CB Temple

37. NY Jets logoNew York Jets (via NYG): AJ Brown, WR Ole Miss

38. Jacksonville logoJacksonville Jaguars: Jeffery Simmons, DT Mississippi State

39. Tampa Bay logoTampa Bay Buccaneers: Deionte Thompson, S Alabama

40. Buffalo logoBuffalo Bills: Yodny Cajuste, OT West Virginia

41. Denver logoDenver Broncos: Amani Oruwariye, CB Penn State

42. Cincinnati logoCincinnati Bengals: Daniel Jones, QB Duke

43. Detroit logoDetroit Lions: Irv Smith Jr., TE Alabama

44. Green Bay logoGreen Bay Packers: Nasir Adderley, S Delaware

45. Atlanta logoAtlanta Falcons: Chris Lindstrom, OG Boston College

46. Washington logoWashington Redskins: N'Keal Harry, WR Arizona State

47. Carolina logoCarolina Panthers: Charles Omenihu, DE Texas

48. Miami logoMiami Dolphins: Kelvin Harmon, WR NC State

49. Cleveland logoCleveland Browns: Julian Love, CB Notre Dame

50. Minnesota logoMinnesota Vikings: Jerry Tillery, DT Notre Dame

51. Tennessee logoTennessee Titans: Hakeem Butler, WR Iowa State

52. Pittsburgh logoPittsburgh Steelers: Trayvon Mullen, CB Clemson

53. Philadelphia logoPhiladelphia Eagles (via BAL): David Edwards, OT Wisconsin

54. Houston logoHouston Texans (via SEA): Kaleb McGary, OT Washington

55. Houston logoHouston Texans: Parris Campbell, WR Ohio State

56. New England logoNew England Patriots (via CHI): Dre'Mont Jones, DT Ohio State

57. Philadelphia logoPhiladelphia Eagles: Chauncey Gardner-Johnson, S Florida

58. Dallas logoDallas Cowboys: Johnathan Abram, S Mississippi State

59. Indianapolis logoIndianapolis Colts: Riley Ridley, WR Georgia

60. LA Chargers logoLos Angeles Chargers: Te'Von Coney, LB Notre Dame

61. Kansas City logoKansas City Chiefs: Jaylon Ferguson, DE Louisiana Tech

62. New Orleans logoNew Orleans Saints: Kaden Smith, TE Stanford

63. Kansas City logoKansas City Chiefs (via LAR): Erik McCoy, OG Texas A&M

64. New England logoNew England Patriots: Oshane Ximines, DE Old Dominion

 

Trade Compensation

Compensation is predicted using the trade value chart. Numbers in parenthesis are (roughly) the total value of all the picks traded. Some situations, like trading up for a QB, tend to cost more. Compensation from previous drafts were also used as a measurement.

NY Giants logo NYG trades #6, #37, 2020 1st Round Pick (3,230)

NY Jets logoNYJ trades #3 (2,200)

 

Denver logoDEN trades #10, #71 (1,535)

Buffalo logoBUF trades #9, #112 (1,420)

 

Cleveland logoCLE trades #17, #80, #144, 2020 4th Round Pick (1,223.5)

Green Bay logoGB trades #12 (1,200)

 

Houston logoHOU trades #23, #86, #161 (946.6)

Minnesota logoMIN trades #18, 2020 4th Round Pick (950)

 

LA Chargers logoLAC trades #28, #91 (796)

Seattle logoSEA trades #21 (800)

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If I am the Giants I make that trade every day of the week that ends in a "y".

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good draft for Carolina but give us WInovich in the 2nd. He really showed out at the combine

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32. New England Patriots: Deebo Samuel, WR South Carolina

 

Round 2

33. Arizona Cardinals: Dalton Risner, OT Kansas State

Good player however I see the Pats taking Risner over Samuel. WR with one of their 2nd rd picks. WR loaded in this draft.

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im unsure on DK becqause of his lack of agility and its probably 2 early to pick a WR that can only really run 9 routes.   id look for an OL like Taylor or a TE like Hockenson(Foles loves throwing to TEs and well we have a Ben Koyak and a PS fodder dude on the roster at te.  Taylor would shore up our OL making Foles and Fournettes life easier while hockenson would give us a day 1 impact TE. 

round 2 i like the player because of the future value but i think our team is in a win now mode as they are gonna be working)coaching and GMing)for their jobs this year.  i would look at chris lindstrom, irv smith(plug him in as a TE ala trey burton), neal(we need wr help), and Daniel jones(QB of future?). 

i actually expect the jags to do almost anything to acquire Haskins at qb. i could see the jags doing a deal with a touch more then the giants as Haskins is believed to be their #1 on their big board and given the no QB situation on the roster we should be looking to solidify that position asap. 

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Not sure why the Bills would have to give up their 4th in this trade. If Denver is moving up (even for just one spot) to get a franchise QB they had to overpay. I would be fine with getting only their 3rd but not at the cost of one of our 4ths.

As for the draft, I don't love it. Oliver should be the pick at 10 here or if you want to stay with the same positions, go Jawaan Taylor at 10 and Irv Smith Jr. at 40

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Good Vikings trade and solid picks. I'm still not a huge Little fan, I'd prefer to see one of the other upcoming OL than Little, but overall a good Vikings draft.

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I do not want Lock but that’s not up to me. Trading up one spot for him? No thank you rather stay at 10 and if he is there and he is your guy take him. If not then Hockenson would be good. I’m fine with Amani in the second. Wasn’t a huge fan of his tape but with his athletic profile and the coaching of Fangio and co I think he could become a player in year 2 or 3

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I like it for the Bucs, but I would go Lindstrom in the 2nd over Thompson or go with Abram a more in the box guy. I think we give Evans another shot at FS under a system that fits his skill set. Was just a 2nd round pick, doubt we use another on the same position. Just my 2 cents. OG is a huge need for us. 

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Love the browns trade and selection.

I would be stoked if we got Ed Oliver.  He is EXACTLY what we need.

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Blah highly doubt we target a guy who hasn’t put much production out there and a player who doesn’t have a natural position. Rather would go with Bradbury, Fant, or Lindstrom.

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1 hour ago, The Gnat said:

Good Vikings trade and solid picks. I'm still not a huge Little fan, I'd prefer to see one of the other upcoming OL than Little, but overall a good Vikings draft.

I'd agree! Personal preference of Dillard over Little, but wouldn't mind Little. Also, I'd be disappointed in the compensation for the trade back with the Texans. 

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Just now, vikestyle said:

I'd agree! Personal preference of Dillard over Little, but wouldn't mind Little. Also, I'd be disappointed in the compensation for the trade back with the Texans. 

What do you think compensation would look like? Had a harder time trying to predict this one

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5 minutes ago, Nickpeloso17 said:

What do you think compensation would look like? Had a harder time trying to predict this one

Even a 2019 4th would be alright with me as opposed to the 2020 4th. But that's just nitpicking. Nice job on the mock!

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