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Hi all, I've been in self isolation for about 2 weeks so had lots of time to put some thought into this one.  

Comments for the first 4 rounds, and a few trades sprinkled in. 

Hope you enjoy and comments appreciated!

 

Round 1 

 
1. Cincinnati - Joe Burrow, QB, LSU - not much to say about this pick that hasn't already been said. 

 

2. Washington - Chase Young, EDGE, Ohio State - see my comment above. 

 

TRADE:  Miami trades #5, #56 and a 2021 2nd round pick to Detroit for #3. 

 

3. Miami (from Detroit) - Tua Tagovailoa, QB, Alabama - With other QB hungry teams lurking behind them, the Dolphins make a small move up to # 3 to secure their guy.  Detroit accepts a reasonable trade offer to move back two spots.    

      

4. NY Giants - Tristan Wirfs, OT, Iowa - The Giants take a long hard look at Isaiah Simmons here, but ultimately select who they hope is a long term, franchise OT to protect their young QB.  Wirfs gets the nod over the other premium tackles in the draft due to his athleticism, scheme and position versatility, and relatively high floor.  

 

5. Detroit (from Miami) - Jeffrey Okudah CB, Ohio State -  Okudah would have been the pick had the Lions had stayed put at #3. . He provides a more than suitable replacement to Darius Slay and completes a revamped secondary in the Motor City.  

 
6. LA Chargers -Justin Herbert Oregon, QB, Oregon - The Chargers are coming off of 16 seasons with Phillip Rivers at the helm.  They hope Herbert gives them the same longevity, but throws in some Lombardi trophies along the way.     

      
7. Carolina - Derrick Brown, IDL, Auburn - The rebuild starts from the inside out under new coach Matt Rhule.  Derrick Brown is an *** kicker to set the tone for this defense for years to come. 

 
8. Arizona - Jedrick Wills, OT, Alabama - Wills is icing on the cake to a successful off-season in the desert, as the Cardinals secure two bookend tackles and a superstar WR for their up-and-coming, second year QB. 

 

TRADE: Denver trades #15 and #46 to Jacksonville for #9. 

 

9. Denver (from Jacksonville) -  Isaiah Simmons, LB, Clemson - Armed with litany of picks, the Broncos can get aggressive in this draft.  Simmons is a true difference maker who will benefit will from Vic Fangio optimizing his use at the next level. 

 
10. Cleveland - Mekhi Becton, OT, Louisville - the Browns breathe a sigh of relief to find the behemoth tackle on the board here.  Pairing Beckton with Bill Callahan might be best case scenario for him to meet his near limitless ceiling.  

 
11. New York Jets  - CeeDee Lamb, WR, Oklahoma - The Jets have made an effort to upgrade their offensive line this off-season and now must fill their bare cupboards at WR.  Henry Ruggs is considered here, but they decide on the more high-volume pass catcher and alpha WR. 

 
12. Las Vegas  - Henry Ruggs III, WR, Alabama - The Raiders pay homage to the late Al Davis and take the fastest player in the draft.  He's also a difference maker of a football player and fills a need in the Sin City.     

 

13.  San Francisco - CJ Henderson, CB, Florida - DeAndre Hopkins and DK Metcalf are the new reality for the teams of the NFC West.   In light of this, the 49ers to prioritize selecting a true shut down CB to pair with - and learn from - Richard Sherman.   

 
14. Tampa Bay  -  Jerry Jeudy, WR, Alabama - This pick is a mild surprise, particularly with Andrew Thomas on the board.   But with Brady's quick release and success with WRs that separate, pairing Jeudy with their already fearsome WR corps is just too tempting to pass up.   

 

15. Jacksonville (from Denver) -Javon Kinlaw , DT,  South Carolina - The Jaguars will quickly turn their card in if Kinlaw is still on the board here. Like the Panthers, their rebuild will begin in the trenches with this dynamic interior pass rusher.   

 
16. Atlanta  - K'Lavon Chaisson, Edge, LSU - The Falcons will likely be looking for an Edge, IDL or CB at this juncture in the draft.  Given how the board fell, they'll happily settle with Chaisson to pair with Takk McKinnley and Dante Fowler and hopefully rejuvenate their anemic pass rush. 

 
17. Dallas -  Yetur Gross-Matos Penn State JR DE -  The Cowboys have glaring needs at CB and pass rusher.  They currently do not have a player on the roster who had more than 5 sacks last year.   They'll be happy to find this high upside pass rusher still on the board to pair with Demarcus Lawrence.  

 
18. Miami (from Pittsburgh) - Andrew Thomas, OT, Georgia - The Dolphins are yet another happy team, as one of the big four OTs unexpectedly falls in their lap at #18.  The Dolphins fulfill their draft priority by finding a franchise QB and T to lead this team for the next decade. 

                     
19. Las Vegas (From Chicago) -Kristian Fulton, CB, LSU  - The Raiders will be looking for a CB early in this draft to address their weakest position group. Fulton had his ups and downs but his competitive fire and physical nature will appeal to Mike Mayock and John Gruden.     

 

20. Jacksonville (From LA Rams) -  Justin Jefferson, WR,  LSU - The Jaguars have a nice set of field stretchers in DJ Chark and Dede Westbrook to support their young QB.  Jefferson is a high end route runner with speed and versatility who complements these other WRs perfectly.  

 

TRADE: Baltimore sends #28 and #92 to the Eagles for #21 

 
21. Baltimore (from Philadelphia) - Patrick Queen, LB, LSU - With none of the big 3 WRs or top CBs on the board, the Eagles make a small trade with the pick-rich Ravens, who move up to secure the best ILB in the draft. 

 

22. Minnesota (From Buffalo) - AJ Epenesa Edge, Iowa - The Vikings suddenly have many needs due to salary cap issues.  They prioritize their need for an end to replace Everson Griffon with the first of their two first round picks. 

 

TRADE:  LA Chargers send #37, #186 and a 2021 2nd round pick to New England for pick #23 

 

23. LA Chargers (from New England) -  Josh Jones, OT, Houston - The Patriots find a trading partner to help them begin stockpiling picks for 2021.  Like the Dolphins, the Chargers hope they've found their QB/T duo for the next decade with the Hebert/Jones combo. 

 
24. New Orleans - Kenneth Murray, LB, Oklahoma - The Saints are taking one last run at the big prize with Drew Brees, and believe shoring up their defense with the dynamic Murray is the optimal route to finally get them back to the Superbowl. 

 
25. Minnesota - Jeff Gladney, CB, TCU - Perhaps the most dire need in Minnesota is the CB position.  Gladney's intense playing style will match perfectly with Mike Zimmer's philosophy.  

 
26.  Miami (via Houston) -  De'Andre Swift, RB, Georgia - The Dolphins add the most dynamic back in the class, who is a nice complement to Jordan Howard and a great fit in Chan Gailey's ISO run system. 

 
27. Seattle  - Cesar Ruiz, IOL, Michigan - The Seahawks have been getting below average play from their IOL for as long as one could imagine.  Ruiz could eventually replace current C Justin Britt who is a free agent after this season.    

 
28. Philadelphia (from Baltimore)   - Xavier Mckinney, S, Alabama - In normal years, the Eagles invest their first round picks in the trenches. But this is not a normal year, and McKinney filles a big whole in the middle of the Eagles secondary brought upon by Malcolm Jenkins' departure. 

 
29. Tennessee - Ross Blacklock, IDL, TCU - The Titans need some beef up front with the loses of Jurell Casey and Austin Johnson.  They are thrilled with the opportunity to pair Blacklock with Jeffrey Simmons to form formidable duo up front.  

 
30. Green Bay  - Jalen Reagor, WR, TCU - The Packers have been missing a dynamic speed element to their WR group for years now.  Reagor is also and advanced route runner who should only increase their already productive passing game.   

 

TRADE: Pittsburgh trades #49, #102 and #135 to San Francisco for #31 

 
31. Pittsburgh (from San Francisco) - Jordan Love, QB, Utah State - Surprise!  As Jordan Love keeps sliding, the Steelers decide that this is their opportunity to take a swing on their next franchise QB.  It's a great situation for Love as he'll be able to sit for a year and absorb all he can from one of the best in the business.  Find your inner mentor, Big Ben. 

 
32. Kansas City - Jaylon Johnson, CB, Utah - Finding a starting CB should be first priority for the Chiefs in this draft.  Johnson's aggressive, ball hawking nature should mesh well with a team who figures to have the lead quite often this upcoming year. 
 

Round 2  

 
33. Cincinnati -    With holes across the OL, the Bengals must prioritize finding blockers to protect their new franchise QB.  Jackson has the upside to grow into an elite starter in the league, and gives the Bengals two exciting young bookend tackles going into their first year in the league. 

 
34. Indianapolis (From Washington) -Denzel Mims, WR, Baylor -  Mims is similar to the tall downfield threats Phillip Rivers was accustomed to with the Chargers and adds to a lackluster position group in Indianapolis.  

 
35. Detroit  - Marlon Davidson, IDL, Auburn - The Lions have work to do to upgrade both their offensive and defensive lines.  Davidson is a versatile, powerful lineman who plays with the desired intensity Matt Patricia is looking for in the trenches. 

 
36. New York Giants  - Zack Baun, Edge, Wisconsin - The Giants have a pressing need for a pass rusher.  They've spent some time with Baun and believe he could be a versatile tone setter on their young and improving defense.  

 
37. New England - Terrell Lewis, Edge, Alabama - The Patriots suddenly have many holes to fill, and they'll start by prioritizing the important pass rusher position.  Lewis is a long, lean physical specimen who the Patriots should find many uses for in their hybrid defensive scheme.  

 
38. Carolina  - AJ Terrell, CB, Clemson - Don't let the National Championship Game skew your perspective on Terrell, as he is a fine prospect with all the makings of a plus starting CB in the NFL.  He start immediately to replace the departed James Bradberry.  

 
39. Miami  - Antoine Winfield, S, Minnesota - The Dolphins will be looking to add a safety to replace Reshad Jones.   Winfield has the football IQ and playmaking ability - not to mention the pedigree - to play the Devin Mccourty role in the back end of Brian Flores' defense.  

 
40. Houston (From Arizona)  - Brandon Aiyuk Arizona State SR WR - Aiyuk is an ascending WR prospect with dynamic YAC ability.  He has big shoes to fill as Deshaun Watson's main target in Houston. 

 

41. Cleveland  - Kyle Dugger, S,  Lenoir-Rhyne - The Browns continue the revamp of their safety group.  They've signed a few stopgaps in the off season to allow the raw, athletic Dugger -and Sheldrick Redwine - work their way into full time roles. 

 

42. Jacksonville  - Trevon Diggs, CB, Alabama  - The Jaguars are happy to find a long, physical corner like Diggs on the board here, who fills a major need and fits their prototype in the backfield. 

 
43. Chicago (From LV) - Lucas Niang, OT, TCU - The Bears need help across their pedestrian offensive line.   Niang is a sometimes forgotten OL prospect who could slide in somewhere on the right side of this line immediately.     

 
44. Indianapolis  -  Damon Arnette, CB, Ohio State - The Colts need to fix their porous pass defense, and grab a feisty, physical corner who looks ready to be a starter in year one. 

 
45. Tampa Bay  - JK Dobbins Ohio State JR RB - The Buccaneers need a running back to pair with Ronald Jones and take the load of Tom Brady.   Like Arnette before him, Dobbins really came on this year and his all-purpose ability will appeal to their new QB. 

 
46. Jacksonville (from Denver)  - Josh Uche, Edge, Michigan - The Jaguars must prepare for the inevitable loss of Yannick Ngoukwe.   Uche is perhaps the best comparison to him in this years class. 

 
47. Atlanta  - Lloyd Cushenberry, IOL, LSU - The Falcons IOL was a major problem last year, due to injuries and ineffectiveness.  Cushenberry could start at LG but eventually slide in as center once Alex Mack retires.  

 
48. NY Jets  -  Curtis Weaver, Edge, Boise State - The Jets have ignored their pass rush for far too long.  That's not likely to happen under Joe Douglas' watch.   Weaver may not have the best body but teams that value production won't by his unique physique for the position. 

 
49. San Francisco (from Pittsburgh) - Laviska Shenault, WR, Colorado -  The 49ers fill a big need here, and relish the thought of pairing Shenault with Deebo Samuel to give them the most physical WR duo in the league. 

 
50. Chicago  - Ashtyn Davis, S, California -  The Bears fill a hole in their backfield with an athletic, versatile and savvy prospect who could form a dynamic safety duo with current Bear Eddie Jackson.  

 

51. Dallas  - Noah Igbinoghene, CB Auburn     - The Cowboys get some great value here, and hope they've found a replacement for Byron Jones in this still emerging talent with fantastic athleticism.  

 

52. LA Rams  - Ezra Cleveland, OL, Boise State - The Rams have many needs and not many draft picks, but first and foremost, they must keep taking swings to fix their offensive line. Cleveland is versatile enough to play anywhere along the line in their zone blocking scheme. 

 

53. Philadelphia  - KJ Hamler, WR, Penn State - There may not be a more pressing need anywhere in this draft than the Eagles need for speed at the WR position.  The diminutive but electric Hamler is the ideal candidate to fix their problem. 

 
54. Buffalo  - Jonathan Taylor, RB, Wisconsin - The Bills find great value in the second after trading their first round pick for Stefon DIggs.  Taylor will pair nicely with Devin Singletary as they Bills continue to upgrade virtually every position on their roster.  

 
55. Baltimore (From Atlanta via New England) - Cole Kmet, TE, Notre Dame - Leave it to Baltimore to trade a TE to acquire this pick, only to select a younger, more dynamic prospect with the selection. 

 
56. Detroit (from Miami via New Orleans) - Jeremy Chinn LB, Southern Illinois - The Lions desperately need an upgrade at weakside LB.  Chinn might be Isaiah Simmons light and should provide a much needed, dynamic spark to this revamped defense.  

 

57. Houston  -   Neville Gallimore Oklahoma, IDL, Oklahoma  - The Texans need a big body on the interior to replace the departed DJ Reader.  Coming off a nice season at Oklahoma, Gallimore has some freak ability and might offer even more juice as a pass rusher. 

 

58. Minnesota - Justin Madubuike, IDL, Texas A&M - Although the Vikings need a WR, they simply can't pass up the value in Madubuike, who immediately provides some much needed life to the interior pass rush in Minnesota.  

 
59. Seattle  - Isaiah Wilson, OT, Georgia - Seattle starts the draft by selecting back-to- back offensive lineman.  Wilson figures to get thrown into the fire immediately to replace the underwhelming Germain Ifedi at RT. 

 
60. Baltimore  - Matt Hennessy, IOL, Temple - Henessy has opened some eyes throughout the post-season process.  His toughness and versatility fits the Ravens mold and he may get first shot at replacing Marshal Yanda on the interior.  

 

61. Tennessee  -Clyde Edwards-Helaire, RB, LSU - Regardless of what happens with Derrick Henry following this season, Edwards-Helaire is a value pick who brings needed depth at the position following the departure of Dion Lewis.   

 
62. Green Bay  -  Raekwon Davis Alabama, IDL, Alabama  - The Packers run defense really struggled last year in Mike Pettine's attacking upfield scheme.  The Packers hope that Davis could regain his 2018 form that saw him discussed as a potential top ten prospect had he have come out a year earlier. 

 
63. Kansas City (From San Francisco) - Jordan Elliott, IDL, Missouri  - Elliott is quickly rising up draft boards as scouts take notice of his potential.  He may need time to hone his technique and develop strength but might eventually replace Chris Jones should be come too costly for the Chiefs.  

 

TRADE:  Minnesota trades #89, #132 and #167 to Seattle for #64 

 

64. Minnesota (from Seattle via Kansas City)  -   Tee Higgins, WR, Clemson - The Seahawks finally complete their perennial trade down as the Vikings move up to grab a replacement to Stephon Diggs, albeit a much different type of receiver. Higgins testing numbers aside, he should be a productive field stretcher and red zone threat in the Vikings run-focused offense. 

 
 

Round 3  

 
65. Cincinnati – Michael Pittman, WR, USC  - The Bengals continue to position Joe Burrow to succeed, grabbing a physical, rangy possession receiver coming off a productive year in Southern California. 

 
66. Washington - Prince Tega Wanogho, OT, Auburn - The Redskins will be very happy to find a true left tackle prospect still on the board at this selection.  Princes' athleticism jumps off the tape, although he may need to be brought along slowly to learn the finer nuances of the position. 

 
67. Detroit -   John Simpson Clemson SR OG  - The Lions have a priority to find a starter on the IOL to replace the departed Graham Glasgow.  Simpson is a no frills mauler who might be one of the strongest linemen in this draft.  

 
68. NY Jets (From NYG) -  Bryce Hall, CB, Virginia - Bryce Hall should not be available this late in the draft, but slips a bit due to his injury history.  He fits the size profile the Jets like in their CBs and should slide in as a starter in this underwhelming secondary immediately. 

 

TRADE: Dallas trades #82 and #123 to Carolina for #69. 

 

69. Dallas (from Carolina)  - Grant Delpit LSU JR S - Perhaps the biggest surprise of the draft is Grant Delpit's fall to the third round, as teams worry about his playing demeanor and lackluster tackling throughout the 2019 season.  The Cowboys jump up to end the fall, and add the most dynamic, rangy safety they've had on the roster in years.    

 
70. Miami -Julian Okwara, Edge,  Notre Dame - The Dolphins continue their off-season efforts to bolster their pass rush.  Okwara is good value and a great fit to play the slasher role off the edge in Miami.  

 
71. LA Chargers - Cam Akers, RB, Florida State  -  Akers is another player who offers good value at this point in the draft.  He will partner with Austin Ekeler to give this new look offense a power running element that should appeal to head coach Anthony Lynn. 

 
72. Arizona – Adam Trautman TE, Dayton - The Cardinals prioritize finding a tight end early in this draft, as it is a key position in Kliff Kingsbury's offense and will help with Kyler Murray's continued growth at the next level. 

 
73. Jacksonville -  Jacob Eason, QB, Washington - the Jaguars grab some insurance by taking the most physically gifted QB in the draft, who falls a little further than expected due to glaring inconsistencies across his early career. 

 
74. Cleveland - Malik Harrison, LB, Ohio State - Without a surefire replacement to Joe Schobert on the roster, the Browns snag this physical, do-it-all linebacker who is coming off of a fantastic season at Ohio State.    

 
75. Indianapolis -Tyler Biadasz, IOL, Wisconsin - Chris Ballard continues to prioritize the offensive line, making a value pick that could serve as depth early on, and insurance should Ryan Kelly test free agency in 2021. 

 
76. Tampa Bay - Ben Bartch, OT,  Saint John's - The Buccaneers select an athletic and gritty prospect who will be on the heels of the aging Demar Dotson to start at RT early in Tampa Bay.  

 
77. Denver - Van Jefferson, WR, Florida - After adding a centrepiece for their defense, the Broncos turn to fining weapons for their young QB.  Jefferson is a savvy underneath route runner and great compliment to play makers Courtland Sutton and Noah Fant in Mile High. 

 
78. Atlanta - Cameron Dantzler, CB, Mississippi State - Dantzler falls a bit because of less than ideal testing at the combine, but he should be an instant starter whose long lean frame should appeal to the defensive minds in Atlanta. 

 
79. NY Jets - Jonathan Greenard, Edge, Florida - The Jets select yet enough pass rusher, as Joe Douglas seems to value pass rushers much more than the previous regime.   Greenard is a a high effort power end who is coming off a strong season in Gainesville.  

 
80. Las Vegas - Jalen Hurts, QB, Oklahoma -  There are not many better fits for Hurts than with Jon Gruden and Mike Mayock in Las Vegas. The Raiders gladly capitalize on his little slide, giving them yet another QB to compete for the future role as starter in Las Vegas. 

 
81. Las Vegas (From Chicago) – Amik Robertson, CB La Tech - The Raiders go back to the CB well and select another feisty young cornerback who should compete in the nickel from day one. 

 

82. Carolina (from Dallas) - Jordyn Brooks, LB, Texas Tech -Brooks is a physical, alpha-type linebacker who has huge shoes to fill to replace Luke Keuchly as the heart of the Carolina defense.  

 
83. Denver (From Pittsburgh)  - Terrell Burgess, S, Utah - Between Justin Simmons' contract situation and Kareem Jackson's age, the Broncos must add insurance at the safety position.    Burgess is a sleeper who has a chance to turn into a great pro under Vic Fangio. 

  
84. LA Rams - Khaleed Kareem, Edge, Notre Dame - The Rams have a huge void to fill at exterior pass rusher.  Kareem is a the prototypical speed-to-power type rusher whose skill translates nicely to the NFL game.  

 
85. Detroit (From Philadelphia) -  Bradlee Anae, Edge, Utah - The Lions continue to bolster this defense with an intense, albeit athletically limited player who should give them some pass rush juice opposite Trey Flowers.  

 
86. Buffalo - Troy Pride, CB, Notre Dame - Pride is a post season riser who has the coverage skills and zone instincts to immediately challenge for a starting gig opposite Tre' White in Buffalo. 

 
87. New England - Robert Hunt, OL, Louisiana-Lafayette - Hunt is a country strong, yet versatile prospect who gives the Patriots some much needed depth along the o-line and a potential future replacement at RT. 

 
88. New Orleans - Chase Claypool, WR, Notre Dame - After bringing in free agent WR Emmanuel Sanders in the off-season, the add a different dimension in this hulking slot receiver and red zone threat who may also be a candidate to convert to tight end. 

 
89. Seattle (from Minnesota) - Donovan People-Jones, WR, Michigan - Peoples-Jones has the athleticism the Seahawks covet, and would give the Seahawks a frightening trifecta of receivers should he grow into his potential.  

 
90. Houston - Jabari Zuniga, Edge, Florida - Zuniga is a high ceiling, but work-in-progress pass rusher who exceeded testing expectations at the combine.  He should begin as a situational pass rusher and addresses a major need for the Texans.  

 
91. Las Vegas (From Seattle)  - Netane Muti, IOL, Fresno State  - Muti has astoundingly good tape but comes with an injury history.  The Raiders may sit him in year one, with hopes that he eventually replaces the aging Richie Incognito at LG. 

 
92. Philadelphia (from Baltimore)  - Davion Taylor, LB, Colorado - The Eagles need to add some juice to their LB corps.  Taylor is somewhat of as sleeper out of Colorado with great speed and range coveted in today's NFL. 

 
93. Tennessee - Darnay Holmes - The Titans have expressed interest in slot cornerback prospects to fill Logan Ryan's void and Holmes may be the perfect match.   

 
94. Green Bay - Logan Wilson, LB, Wyoming - The Packers have a few stopgap options to replace Blake Martinez, but Wilson might trump them all early on.  He has solid two down traits but also showed better than expected speed at the combine. 

 
95. Denver (From San Francisco) -  Nick Harris, IOL, Washington - The Broncos have some work to do on the interior, and particularly at centre after Connor McGovern left in free agency.  

 Harris has the mobility Pat Shurmur and co look for in their zone based blocking schemes.  

 
96. Kansas City - Antonio Gibson, WR/RB, Memphis- The rest of the league collectively groans as the Chiefs add another versatile speedster to their dynamic offense. 

 

*97. Cleveland (From Houston) -  Alton Robinson, Edge, Syracuse - With whispers of Olivier Vernon becoming a cap casualty,  the Browns insure themselves with this talented, yet underdeveloped pass rusher.   

 
*98. New England - Jake Fromm, QB, Georgia - Chalk this up to another great QB to team fit.  Fromm is an intelligent, albeit limited prospect with a proven track record.   He may immediately compete for starts during his rookie year in New England. 

 
*99. NY Giants - Matt Peart, OT, UConn - With Nate Solder's best years behind him, the Giants double dip at the position by adding a high upside, athletic prototype for the position who may need a year of seasoning before he's ready to start in the league. 

 
*100. New England - Albert Okwuegbunam, TE, Missouri  - The Patriots finally bring in a dynamic, high upside tight end to fill the void that's crippled their offense since the retirement of Gronk. 

 
*101. Seattle -  Darrell Taylor Edge, Tennessee - The pass rushers continue to come off the board in Round 3. Taylor is a talented but inconsistent power rusher who fits the mold in Seattle and fills a big void left by the likely departure of Jadeveon Clowney. 

 
*102. San Francisco (from Pittsburgh) -  Jonah Jackson, OG, Ohio State - This pick is part value and part need, as the heady, experienced prospect fits the 49ers zone blocking system and should challenge for a starting gig early on. 

 
*103. Philadelphia -  Joe Reed, WR, Virginia - The Eagles are not messing around when it comes to adding speed to the WR room.  Reed might take a little time to learn the nuances of the position, but hes a game breaker who offers dynamic special teams ability as well. 

 
TRADE: Denver trades # 118, #178 and #254 to LA Rams for #104 

 
*104. Denver (from LA Rams) - Saahdig Charles, OT, LSU - Denver once again gets aggressive, as they see Charles as the last tackle on the board with true starting LT upside. He will immediately compete with Garret Boles in Denver. 

 
*105. Minnesota - Ben Bredeson, OG, Michigan - Bredeson is a steady, consistent performer who may slide over to right guard immediately to offset the loss of Josh Kline.  

 
*106. Baltimore - Logan Stenberg, IOL, Kentucky - the Ravens double dip at their IOL with a versatile mauler, to add depth the interior and continue to maintain a dominant offensive line. 

 

Round 4 

 

107. Cincinnati - Troy Dye, LB, Oregon -  Bengals fans who watched their linebackers continuously get outrun last year will cheer loudly for this selection.   Dye is a rangy, athletic freak who needs to hone his instincts a little better.    

 
108. Washington – Bryan Edwards, WR, South Carolina - The Redskins need to put their young QB in a position to succeed.  They find themselves a nicely build WR whose physical style of play provides a nice complement to the speedy Terry Mclaurin.  

 
109. Detroit -  Zach Moss, RB, Utah - Moss is a good sized, physical running back with some fun tape to watch,  who could eventually become the bellow running back the Lions thought Kerryon Johnson would become. 

 
110. NY Giants - Julian Blackmon, S, Utah -  The Giants struggled mightily to replace Landon Collins last season.  Blackmon is a converted CB who has the coverage upside to be a plus single high safety in the league. 

 
111. Houston (From Miami) -   Akeem Davis-Gaither, LB,  Appalachian State -The Texans need better coverage skills from their linebackers.  Davis-Gauthier may lack size and experience, but he's got the speed and range the Texans will covet at the position. 

 
112. LA Chargers - Michael Ojemudia, CB, Iowa- The Chargers continue add depth and youth to their DB group, adding a traitsy cornerback who is a great fit in their zone based scheme. 

 
113. Carolina -Damien Lewis, IOL, LSU  - Following the trade of Trai Turner, the Panthers have some underwhelming options on the interior.  Lewis is a battle tested wide body who should complete for a starting gig immediately.  

 
114. Arizona - Alex Highsmith, Edge, Charlotte - The Cardinals need to bring in some youth to play alongside Chandler Jones and provide a pass rush in the desert.  Highsmith needs some development but plays with the desired intensity to make a name for himself at the next level. 

 
115. Cleveland - Lynn Bowden, WR, Kentucky- Bowden will only increase the intensity of the Browns' wide receiver room and replace Rashard Higgins as WR3.  

 
116. Jacksonville -  Harrison Bryant, TE, Florida Atlantic -  If Gardner Minshew is going to succeed, hes going to need more pass catching weapons at all levels of the field. 

 
117. Tampa Bay - JR Reed, S, Georgia - Tampa now turns their attention to the defense by selecting this smart, instinctive safety prospect.  Cover safety was a huge issue for Todd Bowles' defense last season. 

 
118. LA Rams (from Denver) - Willie Gay Jr, LB, Mississippi State - Gay is a fast, athletic combine star who falls a little due to character concerns.  He will try to replace the departed Corey Littleton to fill another need for the Rams.    

 
119. Atlanta - Leki Fotu Utah, IDL, Utah - The Falcons add this behemoth to a defensive line that has been lacking a run plugging nose to pair with Grady Jarrett for a while now. 

 
120. NY Jets -Darrynton Evans, RB, Appalachian State - The Jets need more dynamic play-making ability from their running backs, and Le'veon Bell may on his way out the door in the near future. 

 
121. Indianapolis – Colby Parkinson, TE, Stanford - Parkinson is an athletic enough tight end who is the perfect replacement for Eric Ebron as a red zone target in Indianapolis.  

 
122. Las Vegas - Davon Hamilton, IDL, Ohio State  - The Raiders don't seem to be satisfied with their DL play. and bring in another body in this quietly effective plugger.    

 
123.Carolina (from Dallas) -  James Lynch, IDL, Baylor- Matt Rhule adds another one of his guys as the Panthers continue rebuilding the trenches.   

 

TRADE:  Tampa trades #139 and # 193 to Pittsburgh for #124. 
 

124. Tampa (from Pittsburgh) - Anfernee Jennings, Edge, Alabama - With Pittsburgh looking for extra picks due to their earlier trade up, Tampa sees value on the board at position of relative need.  Jennings is a physical, do-it-all outside linebacker right in the mold of a Todd Bowles favorite. 

 
125. New England (From Chicago)  -Keith Ismael, IOL, San Diego State - Ismeal is a smart, versatile IOL with great testing numbers.  He checks all the boxes for the Patriots and should provide immediate depth up front.   

 
126. LA Rams - Eno Benjamin, RB,  Arizona State - The Rams try to offset the loss of Todd Gurley by adding a do-it-all running back to their currently unproven and underwhelming RB committee. 

 
127. Philadelphia -  K'von Wallace, S, Clemson - the Eagles get some great value here, as Wallace is a intense, tone setter who could be groomed as Rodney McLeod's replacement at strong safety in Philly.  

 
128. Buffalo - Gabriel Davis, WR, UCF - the Bills are still missing a good-sized receiver who may be able to help their young QB in the red zone. 

 
129. Baltimore (From New England) - Jason Stowbridge, Edge, North Carolina  - Stowbridge is the classic Ravens EDGE rusher - he may not be a quick twitch rusher but wins with power and has the versatility to play many positions across the front 7.  

 
130. New Orleans -Josiah Scott, CB, Michigan State -The Saints continue their search for defensive back depth with the selection of this speedy young slot corner.  

 
131. Arizona (From Houston)  - Thaddeus Moss, TE, LSU - Another tight end you say?  The Cardinals take a page from the Ravens playbook, as well as make a value pick here. 

 
132. Seattle (from Minnesota)- Khalil Davis, IDL, Nebraska - The Seahawks try to offset losses on their DL with this post season draft riser and testing phenom. 

 
133. Seattle  - Harrison Hand, CB, Seattle - Hand will find a home in Seattle's cover 3 looks as Seattle continue to add depth to their improved backfield.  

  
134. Atlanta (From Baltimore) -  AJ Dillon, RB, Boston College - With Todd Gurley's knee concerns and the lack of depth behind him, the Falcons wisely add this power runner and short yardage threat to their new look RB rotation. 

 
135. San Francisco (from Pittsburgh via Miami via Tennessee) - Charlie Heck, OT, North Carolina - The 49ers go back to the offensive line well to bring in an intriguing prospect to develop and eventually replace Joe Staley.  

 
136. Green Bay - Brycen Hopkins, TE, Purdue  - The Packers have been scouting the TE market this offseason.  Hopkins is a pass catcher through and through, and will compete with Jace Sternberger for a role in this high-flying offense. 

 
137. Denver (From San Francisco) – Reggie Robinson, CB, Tulsa - Notwithstanding the trade for AJ Bouye, the Broncos must add depth to their cornerback group. Robinson is a sleeper who tested great at the combine. 

 
138. Kansas City -  Shane Lemieux, IOL, Oregon - The Chiefs have gotten underwhelming play from Cameron Erving recently.  Lemieux is a rare 4th round OL who should compete for a starting gig immediately.      

 
*139. Pittsburgh (from Tampa Bay) - Benito Jones, IDL - The Steelers will need to fill a big hole left by the departure of Javon Hargrave.   

 
*140. Jacksonville (From Chicago) - Solomon Kindley, IOL, Georgia - The Jaguars need more competition on their interior offensive line, in particular at right guard.   

 
*141. Miami -Devin Duvernay, WR, Texas - The Dolphins could use an underneath threat at the WR position.  Duvernay is built like a running back, has 4.39 speed, and could be used in a variety of creative ways in this offense. 

 
*142. Washington - Hunter Bryant, TE, Washington - The Redskins continue to add weapons for their young QB, adding a chess piece that will try to replace Jordan Reed. 

 
*143. Baltimore - Antonio Gandy-Golden, WR, Liberty  - Gandy-Golden gives the Ravens a big bodied receiver and some depth at the position this offense lacked last season. 

 
*144. Seattle- Devin Asiasi, TE, UCLA - The Seahawks added Greg Olsen to the mix this offseason, but they could benefit from adding some depth at the position since Will Dissly has not been able to stay healthy.    

 
*145. Philadelphia -  Alex Taylor, OT, South Carolina State - The Eagles suddenly need depth at the offensive tackle position.  Taylor is a raw prospect who is rising up draft boards due to his rare size and athleticism.   


*146. Philadelphia -  Rashard Lawrence, IDL, LSU - The Eagles always prioritize adding to the defensive line.  Lawrence is not flashy or dynamic but could plays with desired intensity along the line and could find himself in the league for a long time as a steady, rotational IDL. 

 

Round 5 

 
147. Cincinnati -   Jacob Phillips, LB, LSU 
148. Carolina (from Washington) –L'Jarius Sneed, S, Louisiana Tech   
149. Detroit - Isaiah Coulter, WR, Rhode Island 
150. NY Giants - Darryl Williams IOL, Mississippi State  
151. LA Chargers - Joe Bachie, LB, Michigan State 
152. Carolina -Dalton Keene, TE, Virginia Tech   
153. Miami -  Jack Driscoll, OT, Auburn     
154. Miami (From Pittsburgh/Jacksonville) - Evan Weaver, LB, California 
155. Buffalo (From Cleveland) -   Trevis Gibson, Edge, Tulsa 
156. San Francisco (From Denver) - Alohi Gilman, S, Notre Dame     
157. Baltimore (From Atlanta) -  Tanner Muse, S, Clemson   
158. NY Jets - Hakeem Adeniji, OT  , Kansas      
159. Las Vegas -  Anthony Mcfarland, RB, Maryland      
160. Indianapolis –  Antoine Brooks, S, Maryland 
161. Tampa Bay -    Larrell Murchinson, IDL, North Carolina State   
162.  Washington (from Seattle via Pittsburgh) - Dane Jackson, CB, Pittsburgh 
163. Chicago - AJ Green, CB, Oklahoma State  
164. Dallas  -   McTelvin Agim, IDL, Arkansas        
165. Jacksonville (From LA Rams) -  Stanford Samuels, CB, Florida State    
166. Detroit (From Philadelphia) - Anthony Gordon, QB, Washington State   
167. Seattle (from Minnesota via Buffalo) -  James Morgan, QB, Florida International   
168. Philadelphia (From New England) - Ke'Shawn Vaughn, RB, Vanderbilt  
169. New Orleans - Joshua Kelley, RB, UCLA 
170. Jacksonville (From Baltimore/Minnesota)- Markus Bailey, LB, Purdue   
171. Houston  - Michael Onwenu, IOL,  Michigan   
172. New England (from Detroit via Seattle)  -  KJ Hill, WR, Ohio State   
173. Miami (From Baltimore) - Geno Stone, S, Iowa   
174. Tennessee - Tyre Phillips, OT, Mississippi State   
175. Green Bay - Justin Herron, OT, Wake Forest    

176. San Francisco -   Kenny Willekes, Edge, Michigan State  
177. Kansas City - David Woodward, LB, Utah State    
*178. LA Rams (from Denver) - Tremayne Anchrum, IOL, Clemson    
*179. Dallas - Quartney Davis, WR, Texas A&M   


Round 6  

180. Cincinnati - Jake Hansen, IOL, Oregon 
181. Denver (From Washington) - Nick Coe, DL, Auburn    
182. Detroit -   Lamar Jackson, CB, Nebraska   
183. NY Giants - Lamical Perine, RB, Florida 
184. Carolina - Justin Strnad, LB, Wake Forest     
185. Miami - John Reid, CB, Penn State 
186. New England Patriots (from LA Chargers)  - Javelin Guidry, CB, Utah 
187. Cleveland (From Arizona) - Raequan Williams, IDL, Michigan State   
188. Buffalo (From Cleveland) -  Nate Stanley, QB, Iowa      
189. Jacksonville -  Kyle Murphy, IOL, Rhode Island   
190. Philadelphia (From Atlanta) - Danny Pinter, IOL, Ball State 
191. NY Jets –  Cameron Brown, LB, Penn State 
192. Green Bay (From Raiders) -  Javon Leake, RB, Maryland   
193.  Pittsburgh (from Tampa Bay) - Derrek Tuszka, Edge, North Dakota State    
194. Indianapolis - Rodrigo Blankenship, K, Georgia 
195. New England (From Denver/Raiders) -Tyler Bass, K, Georgia Southern  
196. Chicago -  Josiah Deguara, TE, Cincinnati    
197. Indianapolis (From Dallas/Miami) -  Quez Watkins, WR, Southern Miss    
198. Pittsburgh  - Yasir Durant, IOL, Missouri  
199. LA Rams -  Josh Metellus, S, Michigan 
200. Chicago (From Philadelphia) - DJ Wonnum, Edge, South Carolina    
201. Minnesota (From Buffalo) - Kindle Vildor, CB, Georgia Southern 
202. Arizona (From New England) - Essang Bassey, CB, Wake Forest  
203. New Orleans -  Collin Johnson, WR, Texas    
204. New England (From Houston)  -Shaquille Quarterman, LB, Miami 
205. Minnesota- Daniel Thomas, S, Auburn 

206. Jacksonville (From Seattle)  - Deejay Dallas, RB, Miami 
207. Buffalo (From Baltimore) –  Colton McKivitz, OT, West Virginia 
208. Green Bay (From Tennessee) - Cole Mcdonald, QB, Hawaii   
209. Green Bay - Rodney Clemons, S, SMU 
210. San Francisco -Bravvion Roy, IDL, Baylor 
211. NY Jets (From Kansas City) - Jared Pinkney, TE, Vanderbilt   
*212. New England - Carter Coughlin, Edge, Minnesota   
*213. New England - James Proche, WR, SMU    
*214. Seattle - Chauncey Rivers, Edge, Mississippi State 

 

Round 7 

 
215. Cincinnati - James Robinson, RB, Illinois State 
216. Washington -  Trajan Bandy, CB, Miami     
217. San Francisco (From Detroit) - Tyler Johnson Minnesota SR WR 
218. NY Giants - Isaiah Hodgins, WR, Oregon State    
219. Minnesota (From Miami) -Freddie Swain, WR, Florida   
220. LA Chargers - Kyle Hinton, IOL, Washburn     
221. Carolina - Jamycal Hasty, RB, Baylor 
222. Arizona - Josiah Coatney, IDL, Ole Miss     
223. Jacksonville - Trishton Jackson, WR, Syracuse 
224. Tennessee (From Cleveland) - Jordan Mack, LB, Virginia   
225. Baltimore (From NY Jets) - Rico Dowdle, RB, South Carolina 
226. Chicago (From Raiders) -Kevin Dotson, IOL, Louisiana      
227. Miami (From Indianapolis) –Darrion Daniels, IDL, Nebraska    
228. Atlanta (From Philadelphia/Tampa Bay) - Binjimen Victor, WR, Ohio State 
229. Washington (From Denver)- John Molchon, IOL, Boise State 
230. New England (From Atlanta) -  Robert Windsor, IDL, Penn State   
231. Dallas - Cohl Cabral, IOL, Arizona State 
232. Pittsburgh - Trey Adams Washington RS SR OT 
233. Chicago -  Dante Olsen, LB, Montana   
234. LA Rams - Stephen Sullivan, TE, LSU 
235. Detroit (from New England via Philadelphia - Jon Runyan, IOL, Michigan    
236. Green Bay (From Cleveland/Buffalo) - Dezmon Patmon, WR, Washington State 
237. Denver (From New England) -  Kevin Davidson, QB, Princeton   
238. NY Giants (From New Orleans) -  Oluwole Betiku, Edge, Illinois    
239. Buffalo (From Minnesota)-  Javaris Davis, CB, Auburn 
240. Houston - Shyheim Carter, DB, Alabama 
241. New England (From Seattle)  -  Carlos Davis, IDL, Nebraska  
242. Green Bay (From Baltimore) - Stantley Thomas-Oliver, CB, Florida International   
243. Tennessee - Mitchell Wilcox, TE, South Florida 
244. Cleveland (From Green Bay) - Jake Luton, QB, Oregon State 
245. San Francisco - Levante Bellamy, RB, Western Michigan 
246. Miami (From Kansas City) -  Michael Divinity, Edge, LSU   
*247. NY Giants- De'Jon Harris, LB, Arkansas    
*248. Houston -Damon Hayes, DB, Rutgers 
*249. Minnesota - Cameron Clarke, OT, Charlotte 
*250. Houston - Stephen Guidry, WR, Mississippi State 
*251. Miami - Khalil Tate, QB, Arizona 
*252. Denver - Darnell Mooney, WR, Tulsa   
*253. Minnesota - Kamal Martin LB Minnesota  
*254. LA Rams ( from Denver) - John Hightower, WR, Boise State 

*255. NY Giants - Nigel Kilby, TE, Southern Illinois 

 

*Comp Pick 

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I do not know how the Denver boys are going to react to the Simmons pick.  I am not saying I dislike it but it does not address the needs at wr or ot.

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Awesome effort on the 7 rounds!

I don’t really like it much for the Packers. I think they would be a great trade partner to move back in the second for a QB needy team. There they can grab just about the same caliber WR as they would take in the first. Most of the other picks are meh. I didn’t see Quintez Cephus in your draft. He would be a great possession/red zone target for them in the 7th.

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17 hours ago, mr fluffles said:

TRADE:  LA Chargers send #37, #186 and a 2021 2nd round pick to New England for pick #23 

Thank You Thank You Thank you. They should trade this pick. Build your resources. There's talent in the 2nd RD

17 hours ago, mr fluffles said:

37. New England - Terrell Lewis, Edge, Alabama

I told you there was talent !!!  Big need

17 hours ago, mr fluffles said:

87. New England - Robert Hunt, OL, Louisiana-Lafayette

Offers two-position experience at both guard and tackle. Has size and can move for a big man.

17 hours ago, mr fluffles said:

*98. New England - Jake Fromm, QB, Georgia

The last thing you want to do is say "damn we could of had him in the 3rd round". He can play QB. He will be in the NFL for a long time. Lets say both QBs kill it  in camp. Still good, trade. Yes I have heard all the " he's crap, he lucky play on Georgia, average skills" All I know he has played in the national spot light for the last 100 yrs and won.

17 hours ago, mr fluffles said:

*100. New England - Albert Okwuegbunam, TE, Missouri 

A need, but I'm not sure I would take this guy. He has it all, except game.

17 hours ago, mr fluffles said:

125. New England (From Chicago)  -Keith Ismael, IOL, San Diego State

Size is a major question.  You also just took one at pick 87.    I would look at  ( two way player) Thaddeus Moss or David Hamilton  here.

17 hours ago, mr fluffles said:

172. Detroit (From Seattle)

Patriots pick here,  traded Harmon

17 hours ago, mr fluffles said:

186. New England Patriots (from LA Chargers)  - KJ Hill, WR, Ohio State   

OK, now your crazy. Come on HIll! He is long gone before this pick.o.O:D. One of my draft dream players for the Pats

17 hours ago, mr fluffles said:

195. New England (From Denver/Raiders) -Tyler Bass, K, Georgia Southern 

Need  

17 hours ago, mr fluffles said:

204. New England (From Houston)  -Shaquille Quarterman, LB, Miami

Not the 1st time I have seen SQ going to Pats  Need

17 hours ago, mr fluffles said:

*212. New England - Carter Coughlin, Edge, Minnesota   
*213. New England - Javelin Guidry, CB, Utah  

Skill and up side. ST IMO they will shine.

17 hours ago, mr fluffles said:

230. New England (From Atlanta) -  Robert Windsor, IDL, Penn State  

Need  Works hard 

17 hours ago, mr fluffles said:

235. New England

Trade to Lions  Harmon trade

17 hours ago, mr fluffles said:

241. New England (From Seattle)  -  Carlos Davis, IDL, Nebraska 

Waste of a pick to small.  Doesn't fit Patriot proto-type  --- 2 Gap

Overall very good job on Pats draft..   Thank for the effort you put in to this mock!

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First off, fantastic work!

I would be a little upset if we passed up on Jeudy, but I've been big on Henderson for a while so wouldn't complain too much with that pick.

LOVE getting Johnson in the 7th round, that would be a complete steal. Highly unlikely though? But hey, if the draft board falls this way, that would be an amazing value pick.

Shenault isn't really the type of WR we need opposite of Deebo. He has some of the same traits as Deebo and Hurd. Maybe Higgins or Pittman is a better pick there. Again, Jeudy with the first pick would have been awesome and then with the trade down, could have taken someone like Hall or Iginoghene. 

Overall though, this was very well done! Good stuff! 

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Great effort on seven rounds and explanations.  Love it for the Bengals.  The only pick I'd change is taking Tyler Bass in the sixth.  Not sure why the team seems to like Bullock so much.

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Love it for the Rams. Might do different things with the last 2 picks but hey they're the last 2 picks. 

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7 hours ago, J-ALL-DAY said:

First off, fantastic work!

I would be a little upset if we passed up on Jeudy, but I've been big on Henderson for a while so wouldn't complain too much with that pick.

LOVE getting Johnson in the 7th round, that would be a complete steal. Highly unlikely though? But hey, if the draft board falls this way, that would be an amazing value pick.

Shenault isn't really the type of WR we need opposite of Deebo. He has some of the same traits as Deebo and Hurd. Maybe Higgins or Pittman is a better pick there. Again, Jeudy with the first pick would have been awesome and then with the trade down, could have taken someone like Hall or Iginoghene. 

Overall though, this was very well done! Good stuff! 

thanks man.  The drop with Johnson is character related.  I've heard a few times that the NFL isn't as high on him as the rest of us because he has an inflated ego etc.  Who knows though.

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9 hours ago, m haynes said:

Thank You Thank You Thank you. The should trade this pick. Biuld your resoucres. THere talent in the 2nd RD

I told you there was talent !!!  Big need

Offers two-position experience at both guard and tackle. Has size and can move for a big man.

The last thing you want to do is say "damn we could of had him in the 3rd round". He can play QB. He will be in the NFL for a long time. Lets say both QBs kill it  in camp. Still good, trade. Yes I have heard all the " he's crap, he lucky play on Georgia, average skills" All I know he has played in the national spot light for the last 100 yrs and won.

A need, but I'm not sure I would take this guy. He has it all, except game.

Size is a major question.  You also just took one at pick 87.    I would look at  ( two way player) Thaddeus Moss or David Hamilton  here.

Patriots pick here,  traded Harmon

OK, now your crazy. Come on HIll! He is long gone before this pick.o.O:D. One of my draft dream players for the Pats

Need  

Not the 1st time I have seen SQ going to Pats  Need

Skill and up side. ST IMO they will shine.

Need  Works hard 

Trade to Lions  Harmon trade

Waste of a pick to small.  Doesn't fit Patriot proto-type  --- 2 Gap

Overall very good job on Pats draft..   Thank for the effort you put in to this mock!

Thanks for the comments. I fixed the picks.  Curious to see how the Pats do this year without Tom.  I wouldnt count them out.

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Falcons draft hits alot of needs and does so with pretty good talent in each round.   I was gonna complain a little bit about the round 2 pick with passing on Gallimore and Madubuike at DT for a OG when we already have 3 of them being paid and fighting for the positions.  But then i seen we lucked into 1 big boy named Leki in round 4.  That made up for it as i think Leki is a solid late round 2 guy myself and  this is very good value for us.   So it probably turned out better this way as their probably wasn't a OG of Leki's talents in round 4.   As far as value goes in each pick although without knowing that leki is there in the real draft that late i probably take Gallimore or mad in the real draft and not chance it lol.

Chassion - Top 10 guy at 16.

Cushenberry - True 2nd round dude and fair value - Plus i swear if Cushenberry doesn't sound like a Centers name i don't know what does. They always have weird names i feel lol.

Dantzler - I have a 2nd round grade on him so i think we got good value here in round 3 on a CB.  I think round 2 and round 3 is the sweet spot for CB's this year. I hope we don't reach on 1 in round 1 like Fulton or Henderson their just not much better if any better than the round 2 and 3 guys imo CB is so loaded and deep this year and i love it.

Leki Fotu - you already seen what i wrote up there massive steal for me here 2nd round grade on him to.  Love this pick and he will add some extra run defense next to Grady and Davidson on short yardage plays.

Aj Dillon - Quite a fan of his as well and as you said this late in the draft with needs covered it's smart to add an insurance policy just incase.  Dillon i had a round 3 grade on so you are doing phenomenal value wise for us in each round.

 Binjimin Victor - I've watched a little bit on him as i checked out alot of OSU's players when looking at Dobbins.  At 6'4 and almost 200 he's got very good size with some nice upside. For the 7th round this is the type of person you take to see if you can make them reach their potential. 

Overall Fluff i think you did a really good job this go around and i think you took positions in a calculated way to draft to their strengths without reaching on weaker or stronger positions.  I'll gladly take this draft when the real one rolls around and think we came away a much better team. 

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18 hours ago, mr fluffles said:

13.  San Francisco - CJ Henderson, CB, Florida
49. San Francisco (from Pittsburgh) - Laviska Shenault, WR, Colorado
102. San Francisco (from Pittsburgh) -  Jonah Jackson, OG, Ohio State
135. San Francisco (from Pittsburgh via Miami via Tennessee) - Charlie Heck, OT, North Carolina

156. San Francisco (From Denver) - Alohi Gilman, S, Notre Dame
176. San Francisco -   Kenny Willekes, Edge, Michigan State 
210. San Francisco -Bravvion Roy, IDL, Baylor
217. San Francisco (From Detroit) - Tyler Johnson Minnesota SR WR
245. San Francisco - Levante Bellamy, RB, Western Michigan

Not a bad effort on behalf of the 49ers.

I would however prefer something like this:

13.  San Francisco - Jerry Jeudy, WR, Alabama
49. San Francisco (from Pittsburgh) - Noah Igbinoghene, CB Auburn
102. San Francisco (from Pittsburgh) 
-  Jonah Jackson, OG, Ohio State
135. San Francisco (from Pittsburgh via Miami via Tennessee) - Brycen Hopkins, TE, Purdue
156. San Francisco (From Denver) - Hakeem AdenijiOT  , Kansas
176. San Francisco -   Kenny 
Willekes, Edge, Michigan State 
210. San Francisco - Tyler Johnson Minnesota SR WR 
217. San Francisco (From Detroit) - Trey Adams Washington RS SR OT
245. San Francisco - Levante Bellamy, RB, Western Michigan

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Vikings:

Its not necessary true that they need to replace Griffen immediately. We already have his replacement on the roster. I would take Josh Jones or Austin Jackson OT.

Also AJ is not the kind of DE our management has selected, let alone that early

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I would disagree on some of the player values, but the Titans draft is pretty dang solid.  DL and CB are the biggest needs right now, and you covered those in the first three rounds.

OT is less of a need than it used to be, but I would not be surprised at all to see the Titans grab another guy to compete.  RB makes sense too, though I think that's a little early for them.

Only beef would be the taking of an ILB.  Titans are stacked there right now, so it seems unlikely.  They also need a backup QB, and could use some better pass rushers now (depth not an issue, they need impact guys), and better depth at WR/TE (you covered that already, but in case you do another one).  They also need a kicker, but it seems unlikely that they'd spend a draft pick on that.

Overall, great job!

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