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Hi all, my first seven round mock of the season.  A few trades sprinkled in the first few rounds.  Enjoy and comments appreciated!  

Round 1
1.    Jacksonville Jaguars - Trevor Lawrence, QB, Clemson:
2.    New York Jets - Zach Wilson, QB, BYU
(TRADE) Miami Dolphins Trade # 3 to the Carolina Panthers for #8, #73, a 2022 1st Round pick and a 2022 4th Round pick.
3.    Carolina Panthers - Justin Fields, QB, Ohio State
4.    Atlanta Falcons - Penei Sewell, OT, Oregon
5.    Cincinnati Bengals - Rashawn Slater, OT, Northwestern
6.    Philadelphia Eagles - Ja'Marr Chase, WR, LSU
(TRADE) Detroit Lions Trade # 7 to the Washington Football Team for #19,  #164 and a 2022 1st Round pick
7.    Washington Football Team - Trey Lance, QB, North Dakota State
8.    Miami Dolphins - Jaylen Waddle, WR, Alabama
9.    Denver Broncos - Caleb Farley, CB, Virginia Tech 
10.    Dallas Cowboys - Patrick Surtain, CB, Alabama
11.    New York Giants - Devonta Smith, WR, Alabama
12.    San Francisco 49ers - Kyle Pitts, TE, Florida
13.     Los Angeles Chargers - Christian Darrisaw, OT, Virginia Tech
14.    Minnesota Vikings - Kwity Paye, Edge, Michigan 
15.    New England Patriots - Mac Jones, QB, Alabama
16.    Arizona Cardinals - Tevin Jenkins, OT, Oklahoma State
17.    Las Vegas Raiders - Azeez Ojulari, Edge, Georgia
18.    Miami Dolphins - Micah Parsons, LB, Penn State  
19.    Detroit Lions - Jermiah Owusu-Koramoah, LB, Notre Dame    
20.    Chicago Bears - Jaylen Mayfield, OT, Michigan        
21.    Indianapolis Colts - Alijah Vera-Tucker, OT, USC
22.    Tennessee Titans - Gregory Rousseau, Edge, Miami
23.     New York Jets - Travis Etienne, RB, Clemson   
24.    Pittsburgh Steelers - Liam Eichenburg, OT, Notre Dame        
25.    Jacksonville Jaguars - Dillon Radunz, OT, North Dakota State 
26.     Cleveland Browns - Christian Barmore - IDL, Alabama 
27.    Baltimore Ravens - Kadarius Toney, WR, Florida    
TRADE New Orleans Saints trade #28 to the Miami Dolphins for #36 and #123 and #202
28.    Miami Dolphins (from New Orleans Saints) - Najee Harris, RB, Alabama
29.    Green Bay Packers - Jaycee Horn, CB, South Carolina     
30.    Buffalo Bills - Nick Bolton, LB, Missouri 
31.    Kansas City Chiefs - Rashod Bateman, WR, Minnesota                  
32.    Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Jaelan Phillips, Edge, Miami


Round 2
33.    Jacksonville Jaguars - Pat Freiermuth, TE, Penn State
34.    New York Jets - Jayson Oweh, Edge, Penn State
35.    Atlanta Falcons - Joseph Ossai, Edge, Texas  
36.    New Orleans Saints (from Miami Dolphins) - Zaven Collins, LB, Tulsa
37.    Philadelphia Eagles - Greg Newsome, CB, Northwestern  
38.    Cincinnati Bengals - Carlos Basham, Edge, Wake Forest 
39.    Carolina Panthers - James Hudson, OT, Cincinnati  
40.    Denver Broncos - Sam Cosmi, OT, Texas
41.    Detroit Lions - Terrence Marshall, WR, LSU
42.    New York Giants - Eric Stokes, CB, Georgia      
43.    San Francisco 49ers - Kelvin Joseph, CB, Kentucky   
44.    Dallas Cowboys - Trevon Moering, S, TCU 
45.    Jacksonville Jaguars - Levi Onwuzurike, IDL, Washington 
46.    New England Patriots - Rondale Moore, WR, Purdue 
47.    Los Angeles Chargers - Jevon Holland, DB, Oregon
48.    Las Vegas Raiders - Alex Leatherwood, OT, Alabama
49.    Arizona Cardinals - Brevin Jordan, TE, Miami  
50.    Miami Dolphins - Ritchie Grant, S, UCF  
51.    Washington Football Team - Wyatt Davis, IOL, Ohio State 
52.    Chicago Bears - Amon-Ra St Brown, WR, USC    
53.    Tennessee Titans - Elijah Moore, WR, Ole Miss
54.    Indianapolis Colts -  Aaron Robinson, CB, UCF
55.    Pittsburgh Steelers - Landon Dickerson, IOL, Alabama   
TRADE Seattle Seahawks trade #56 to the Atlanta Falcons for # 68 and # 149.
56.    Atlanta Falcons (from Seattle Seahawks) - Javonte Williams, RB, North Carolina
57.    Los Angeles Rams - Joe Tryon, Edge, Washington    
58.    Baltimore Ravens - Ronnie Perkins, Edge, Oklahoma    
59.    Cleveland Browns - Patrick Jones, Edge, Pittsburgh
60.    New Orleans Saints - Asante Samuel Jr, CB,  Florida State       
61.    Buffalo Bills - Ifeatu Melifonwu, CB, Syracuse 
62.    Green Bay Packers - Tutu Atwell, WR, Louisville    
63.    Kansas City Chiefs - Creed Humphrey, IOL, Oklahoma     
64.    Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Daviyon Nixon, IDL, Iowa


Round 3 
65.    Jacksonville Jaguars - Tyson Campbell, CB, Georgia  
66.    New York Jets - Jabril Cox, LB, LSU     
67.    Houston Texans - Paulsen Adebo, CB, Stanford 
68.    Seattle Seahawks (from Atlanta Falcons) - Jackson Carman, OT, Clemson    
69.    Cincinnati Bengals - Dynami Brown, WR, North Carolina
70.    Philadelphia Eagles - Chazz Surratt, LB, North Carolina 
71.    Denver Broncos - Quincy Roche, Edge, Miami     
72.    Detroit Lions - D'Wayne Eskridge, WR, Central Michigan
73.    Miami Dolphins (from Carolina Panthers) - Quinn Meinertz, IOL, UW-Whitewater
74.    Washington Football Team - Baron Browning, LB, Ohio State  
75.    Dallas Cowboys - Walker Little, OT, Stanford   
76.    New York Giants - Dayo Odeyingbo, Edge, Vanderbilt
77.    Los Angeles Chargers - Josh Myers, IOL, Ohio State   
78.    Minnesota Vikings - Trey Smith, IOL, Tennessee 
79.     Arizona Cardinals - Elijah Molden, CB, Washington
80.    Las Vegas Raiders - Tyler Shelvin, IDL, LSU
81.    Miami Dolphins - Tylan Wallace, WR, Oklahoma State     
82.    Washington Football Team - Nico Collins, WR, Michigan    
83.    Chicago Bears - Marlon Tuipuloto, IDL, USC       
84.    Philadelphia Eagles (from Indianapolis Colts) - Kyle Trask, QB, Florida    
85.    Tennessee Titans - Shaun Wade, DB, Ohio State
86.    New York Jets - Tay Gowan, CB, Central Florida     
87.     Pittsburgh Steelers - Michael Carter, RB, North Carolina 
88.    Detroit Lions - Trill Williams, DB, Syracuse  
89.    Cleveland Browns - Hamsah Nasirildeen, LB/S, FSU 
90.    Minnesota Vikings - Talanoa Hufanga, S, USC   
91.    Cleveland Browns - Jaelon Darden, WR, North Texas     
92.    Green Bay Packers - Jamin Davis, LB, Kentucky   
93.    Buffalo Bills - Alim McNeill, IDL, North Carolina State  
94.    Kansas City Chiefs - Hunter Long, TE, Boston College 
95.    Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Cameron Mcgrone, LB, Michigan
96.    New England Patriots - Dylan Moses, LB, Alabama   
97.    Los Angeles Chargers - Jordan Smith, Edge, UAB
98.    New Orleans Saints - Andre Cisco, S, Syracuse          
99.    Dallas Cowboys - Payton Turner, Edge, Houston   
100. Tennessee Titans - Spencer Brown, OT, Northern Iowa 
101. Los Angeles Rams - D'Ante Smith, OT, East Carolina  
102.  San Francisco 49ers - Brady Christensen, OL, BYU 
103. Los Angeles Rams - Keith Taylor Jr., CB, Washington 
104. Baltimore Ravens - Aaron Banks, IOL, Notre Dame     
105. New Orleans Saints - Tommy Toglai, IDL, Ohio State 

Round 4       

106. Jacksonville Jaguars - Kenneth Gainwell, RB, Memphis    
107.  New York Jets - Seth Williams, WR, Auburn     
108. Atlanta Falcons - Paris Ford, S, Pittsburgh    
109. Houston Texans - Marquez Stevenson, WR, Houston        
110.  Cleveland Browns - Shakur Brown, CB, Michigan State       
111. Cincinnati Bengals -   Ben Cleveland, IOL, Georgia     
112. Detroit Lions - Jaylen Twyman, IDL, Pittsburgh        
113.  Carolina Panthers - David Moore, IOL, Grambling      
114. Denver Broncos - Davis Mills, QB, Stanford
115. Dallas Cowboys - Jay Tufele, IDL, USC 
116. New York Giants - Tommy Tremble, TE, Notre Dame   
117. San Francisco 49ers - Elerson Smith, Edge, Northern Iowa       
118. Los Angeles Chargers - Cam Sample, IDL, Tulane 
119 Minnesota Vikings- Amari Rodgers, WR, Clemson  
120. New England Patriots - Rashad Weaver, Edge, Pittsburgh  
121. Las Vegas Raiders - Pete Werner, LB, Ohio State
122. Houston Texans - Trey Sermon, RB, Ohio State 
123. New Orleans Saints (from Miami Dolphins) -Sage Surratt, WR, Wake Forest    
124. Washington Football Team - Ambry Thomas, CB, Michigan     
125.  Minnesota Vikings - Osa Odighizuwa, IDL, UCLA
126.  Tennessee Titans - Marvin Wilson, IDL, FSU
127. Indianapolis Colts - Chauncey Golston, Edge, Iowa
128. Pittsburgh Steelers - Derrick Barnes, LB, Purdue 
129. Seattle Seahawks - Isreal Mukuamu, CB, South Carolina
130.  Jacksonville Jaguars - Richard LeCounte III, S, Georgia    
131. Baltimore Ravens - Frank Darby, WR, Arizona State 
132. Cleveland Browns - Justin Hilliard, LB, Ohio State
133.  New Orleans Saints - Kellen Mond, QB, Texas A&M
134. Minnesota Vikings - Robert Hainsey, OT, Notre Dame
135. Green Bay Packers - Drake Jackson, IOL, Kentucky    
136. Kansas City Chiefs - Adetokunbo Ogundeji, Edge, Notre Dame 
137. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Demetric Felton, RB, UCLA
138. Dallas Cowboys - Ihmir Smith-Marsette, WR, Iowa 
139. New England Patriots - Jack Anderson, IOL, Texas Tech  
140. Los Angeles Rams - Garrett Wallow, LB, TCU   
141 Pittsburgh Steelers - Hamilcar Rashed Jr, Edge, Oregon State
142 Green Bay Packers - Khalil Hebert, RB, Virginia Tech
143. Minnesota Vikings - Tony Fields, LB, West Virginia   
144. Kansas City Chiefs - Monty Rice, LB, Georgia 
145. New England Patriots - Anthony Schwartz, WR, Auburn

Round 5 

146. Jacksonville Jaguars - Jonathan Cooper, Edge, Ohio State   
147. New York Jets - Ar'Darius Washington, DB, TCU    
148. Houston Texans - Jamie Newman, QB, Georgia  
149. Seattle Seahawks (from Atlanta Falcons) -  Tarron Jackson, DL, Coastal Carolina   
150. Cincinnati Bengals - Rodarious Williams, CB, Oklahoma State
151. Philadelphia Eagles -  Janarius Robinson, Edge, FSU
152. Carolina Panthers - Tre' Mckitty, TE, Georgia  
153. Denver Broncos - KJ Britt, LB, Auburn 
154. Detroit Lions - Daelin Hayes, Edge, Notre Dame      
155. New York Jets - Kendrick Green, IOL, Illinois       
156. San Francisco 49ers - Benjamin St-Juste, CB, Minnesota   
157. Philadelphia Eagles -  Caden Sterns, S, Texas  
158. Minnesota Vikings - Devine Deablo, S, Virginia Tech
159. New England Patriots - Charles Snowden, LB, Virginia
160. Los Angeles Chargers - Cade Johnson, WR, South Dakota State 
161. Arizona Cardinals- Kylin Hill, RB, Mississippi State 
162. Buffalo Bills - Deonte Brown, IOL, Alabama 
163. Las Vegas Raiders - Tariq Thompson, S, San Diego State 
164. Detroit Lions (from the Washington Football Team) - Josh Imatorbhebhe, WR, Illinois  
165.  Chicago Bears - Tommy Kraemer, IOL, Notre Dame
166. Indianapolis Colts - Dazz Newsome, WR, UNC
167. Tennessee Titans - Kenny Yeboah, TE, Ole Miss 
168. Seattle Seahawks - Adrian Ealy, OT, Oklahoma    
169. Baltimore Ravens - Damar Hamlin, S, Pittsburgh    
170. Cleveland Browns - Alaric Jackson, OT, Iowa   
171. Jacksonville Jaguars - Grant Stuard, LB, Houston   
172. Minnesota Vikings - Thomas Graham, Jr, CB, Oregon   
173. San Francisco 49ers - Chuba Hubbard, RB, Oklahoma State
174. Green Bay Packers - Brenden Jaimes, OT, Nebraska
175. Buffalo Bills - Javian Hawkins, RB, Louisville 
176. Kansas City Chiefs -  Camryn Bynum, CB, California        
177.  Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Marlon Williams, WR, UCF
178. Green Bay Packers - Darius Stills, IDL, West Virginia 
179. Dallas Cowboys - Rhamondre Stevensen, RB, Oklahoma
180. Kansas City Chiefs - Jonathan Adams Jr, WR, Arkansas State
181. Atlanta Falcons - Kary Vincent Jr, CB, LSU  
182. San Francisco 49ers - Sadarius Hutcherson, IOL, South Carolina
183. Atlanta Falcons -Cornell Powell, WR, Clemson
184. Baltimore Ravens - Larry Borom, OT, Missouri
185. Carolina Panthers -  Joshua Bledsoe, S, Missouri     
186. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Jaylon Moore, OT, Western Michigan

Round 6

187. Tennessee Titans -  Jose Borregales, K, Miami 
188. New York Jets - Dax Milne, WR, BYU
189.  Atlanta Falcons -  Khyirus Tonga, IDL, BYU
190.  Houston Texans - Reed Blankenship, S, Middle Tennessee 
191.  Philadelphia Eagles -  Noah Gray, TE, Duke    
192.  Cincinnati Bengals - Pooka Williams, RB, Kansas 
193. Denver Broncos -  James Wiggins, S, Cincinnati     
194. Dallas Cowboys - Paddy Fisher, LB, Northwestern     
195. Carolina Panthers - Anthony Hines, LB, Texas A&M       
196. San Francisco 49ers - Jacoby Stevens, S, LSU
197. New England Patriots - Jermar Jefferson, RB, Oregon State   
198. New York Giants - Patrick Johnson, Edge, Tulane
199. New England Patriots - Bobby Brown, IDL, Texas A&M
200. Los Angeles Chargers - Jamien Sherwood, S, Auburn
201. Minnesota Vikings - Shane Buechele, QB, SMU
202.  New Orleans Saints (from Miami Dolphins)- Josh Ball, OT, Marshall
203. New York Giants - Trey Hill, IOL, Georgia 
204. Houston Texans - Shaka Toney, Edge, Penn State 
205.  Chicago Bears - Tre Brown, CB, Oklahoma 
206. Los Angeles Chargers - Dan Moore, OT, Texas A&M
207.  Indianapolis Colts - Riley Cole, LB, South Alabama 
208. Miami Dolphins -Milton Williams, DL, LA Tech 
209. Seattle Seahawks -  Shi Smith, WR, South Carolina                              
210.  Los Angeles Rams - Tristen Hoge, IOL, BYU
211. Baltimore Ravens - John Bates, TE, Boise Stat
212. Cleveland Browns – Aashari Crosswell, S, Arizona State
213. Houston Texans - Isaiah McDuffie, LB, Boston College
214. Buffalo Bills - Joshua Kaindoh, Edge, Florida State 
215. Green Bay Packers - Wyatt Hubert, Edge, Kansas State  
216. Tennessee Titans - Tuf Borland, LB, Ohio State 
217. Pittsburgh Steelers -Rico Bussey, WR, Hawaii  
218. Atlanta Falcons - Bryan Mills, CB, North Carolina Central
219. Chicago Bears - Jaret Patterson, RB, Buffalo 
220. Philadelphia Eagles - Drew Dalman, IOL, Stanford   
221. Green Bay Packers -Warren Jackson, WR, Colorado State 
222. Minnesota Vikings - Cordell Volston, OT, North Dakota State  
223. Carolina Panthers - Robert Rochell, CB, Central Arkansas
224. Chicago Bears - Josh Palmer, WR, Tennessee         
225. Pittsburgh Steelers - Max Duffy, Punter, Kentucky
226.  Dallas Cowboys - DJ Daniel, CB, Georgia 

Round 7

227. Jacksonville Jaguars - Trevon Grimes, WR, Florida
228.  San Francisco 49ers - Cole Van Landen, IOL, Wisconsin
229. Houston Texans - Victor Dimukeje, Edge, Duke   
230. Chicago Bears - Malcolm Koonce, Edge, Buffalo     
231. Cincinnati Bengals - Robert Jones, IOL, Middle Tennessee State   
232. Philadelphia Eagles - Brady White, QB, Memphis 
233. Cincinnati Bengals - Darrick Forrest, S, Cincinnati 
234. Buffalo Bills - Tommy Doyle, OT, Miami (OH)
235.  Denver Broncos -Malik Herring, IDL, Georgia
236. Dallas Cowboys - Sam Ehlinger, QB, Texas      
237. Denver Broncos - Jimmy Morrissey, IOL, Pittsburgh
238. San Francisco 49ers - Jake Hansen, LB, Illinois   
239. Los Angeles Chargers - Quintin Morris, TE, Bowling Green
240. Kansas City Chiefs - Drew Himmelman, OT, Illinois State
241. New England Patriots - Rashad Wildgoose, CB, Wisconsin 
242. Arizona Cardinals - Chris Rumph, Edge, Duke
243. Washington Football Team - Simy Feheko, WR, Stanford 
244. Pittsburgh Steelers - Tedarrell Slaton, IDL, Florida  
245. Washington Football Team - Calvin Ashley, OT, Florida Atlantic
246. Los Vegas Raiders - Jake Curhan, OT, California
247. Indianapolis Colts - Olaijah Griffin, CB, USC     
248. Jacksonville Jaguars -  Isaiahh Loudermilk, IDL, Wisconsin  
249. New York Jets - Quinton Bohanna, IDL, Kentucky
250. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Elijah Mitchell, RB, Louisiana  
251. Los Angeles Rams - Tony Polkan, TE, Virgnia  
252.  Denver Broncos - Ernest Jones, LB, South Carolina
253. Pittsburgh Steelers -Deommodore Lenoir, CB, Oregon 
254. Green Bay Packers - Mustafa Johnson, IDL, Colorado
255. Cleveland Browns - Chris Evans, RB, Michigan
256. Kansas City Chiefs - Ta'Quon Graham, IDL, Texas  
257. Tampa Bay Buccaneers -Feleipe Franks, QB, Arkansas

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Probably the best Bills mock I have seen this off-season. Bills add two new play makers to the defense and some quality DL depth in McNeill and Kaindoh.? Yes please.

Adding Hawkins would be nice for the speed he'd bring to the RB room and could ultimately do jet sweeps and such as well. Two depth additions on the OL is always welcomes as well. 

30.    Buffalo Bills - Nick Bolton, LB, Missouri 
61.    Buffalo Bills - Ifeatu Melifonwu, CB, Syracuse 
93.    Buffalo Bills - Alim McNeill, IDL, North Carolina State 
162. Buffalo Bills - Deonte Brown, IOL, Alabama 
175. Buffalo Bills - Javian Hawkins, RB, Louisville 
214. Buffalo Bills - Joshua Kaindoh, Edge, Florida State
234. Buffalo Bills - Tommy Doyle, OT, Miami (OH)

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Nice work, hard thing to pull off for sure, here are a few thoughts.

 

24.    Pittsburgh Steelers - Liam Eichenburg, OT, Notre Dame      1st rounder?  Good player but for him to go this high would be a surprise I feel, especially since the Steelers need more interior OL help than OT help, especially with Pouncey retiring

36.    New Orleans Saints (from Miami Dolphins) - Zaven Collins, LB, Tulsa  Doubt he falls to the 2nd round but who knows could happen[
 
43.    San Francisco 49ers - Kelvin Joseph, CB, Kentucky   He is good but not sure he is high 2nd round good, has nice upside but would be surprised to see him picked this high


48.    Las Vegas Raiders - Alex Leatherwood, OT, Alabama  I do not get the Leatherwood hate, why exactly is he a bad player again?  A dude that can play RT, LT and OG?


61.    Buffalo Bills - Ifeatu Melifonwu, CB, Syracuse  Good athletically but why would he be this high of a pick?


73.    Miami Dolphins (from Carolina Panthers) - Quinn Meinertz, IOL, UW-Whitewater  I agree he will probably go in the 3rd round, good interesting talent


 
84.    Philadelphia Eagles (from Indianapolis Colts) - Kyle Trask, QB, Florida  Really doubt he falls this far

86.    New York Jets - Tay Gowan, CB, Central Florida  Two UCF CBs drafted this high?  When really that defense kind of sucked for UCF all season so not sure those two are that great of corners


88.    Detroit Lions - Trill Williams, DB, Syracuse   Why would he go this high?  He would be lucky to be drafted honestly
 

99.    Dallas Cowboys - Payton Turner, Edge, Houston   I like him but not sure he is a 3rd round talent honestly
 

121. Las Vegas Raiders - Pete Werner, LB, Ohio State  Should go higher than this, he is a great player overall

124. Washington Football Team - Ambry Thomas, CB, Michigan   Not sure he goes this high especially after sitting this past season

130.  Jacksonville Jaguars - Richard LeCounte III, S, Georgia    Do not get why he would be ranked this low, dude is a standout safety with range


182. San Francisco 49ers - Sadarius Hutcherson, IOL, South Carolina I would be surprised if he is drafted honestly

192.  Cincinnati Bengals - Pooka Williams, RB, Kansas  Good player but I would be surprised if he is drafted, really struggled this past season after playing great earlier in his career

  
206. Los Angeles Chargers - Dan Moore, OT, Texas A&M  Doubt he falls this far

228.  San Francisco 49ers - Cole Van Landen, IOL, Wisconsin  Did not have a great season but doubt he falls this far

235.  Denver Broncos -KJ Britt, LB, Auburn  Again why is he rated this low?  2nd dude that had this, is this going off of just PFN ratings, the dude was a star in the Senior Bowl and is one of the most athletic linebackers in the nation.  No freaking way he is a 7th rounder

245. Washington Football Team - Calvin Ashley, OT, Florida Atlantic  Does have a possibility of being drafted just on his upside alone


254. Green Bay Packers - Mustafa Johnson, IDL, Colorado  Really doubt he falls to the bottom of the 7th round


255. Cleveland Browns - Chris Evans, RB, Michigan  Not sure he loves the game or should be drafted

 

 

 

And where are all of these guys in this mock?  I have many dudes you do not have in your 7 round mock yet you have many guys I do not really have and a few I do not think are even NFL prospects honestly.  45 I believe, true some of the guys you have listed are Senior bowl players who I was not familiar with and honestly did not think played well anyway in that game and should not be drafted.  


Royce Newman Ole Miss RS SR OG
Jerome Johnson Indiana RS SR DT
Jamar Johnson Indiana JR S
Jordon Scott Oregon SR NT
Brady Breeze Oregon RS SR S
Miller Forristall Alabama RS SR TE
JR Pace Northwestern SR S
Brett Heggie Florida RS SR C/OG
Antjuan Simmons Michigan State SR OLB
JaQuan Bailey Iowa State RS SR DE
Ian Book Notre Dame RS SR QQ
Jamar Watson Kentucky RS SR OLB
Mike Harley Miami FL SR WR
Ventrell Miller Florida RS JR ILB
Luke Farrell Oho State RS SR TE
Whop Philyor Indiana SR WR
Conner Olson Minnesota RS SR C/OG
Matt Bushman BYU RS SR TE
Lorenzo Neal Purdue RS SR NT
Stone Forsythe Florida RS SR OT
Devery Hamilton Duke RS SR OT/OG
Tamorrion Terry Florida State RS JR WR
Sam Schlueter Minnesota RS SR OG/OT
Thomas Schaffer Stanford RS SR DE
Cary Angeline NC State RS SR TE
Eyioma Uwazurike Iowa State SR DE
Amen Ogbongbemiga Ok State RS SR LB
Bryce Thompson Tennessee JR CB
Justin Hilliard Ohio State RS SR OLB
Erroll Thompson Miss State RS SR ILB
Dez Fitzpatrick Louisville SR WR
Jahad Woods Washington State RS SR LB
Blake Gallagher Northwestern SR LB
Damonte Coxie Memphis RS SR WR
Myles Jones Texas A&M SR CB
Zach Smith Tulsa SR QB
Marco Wilson Florida RS JR CB
 Greg Eiland Miss State RS SR OT
Greg Eisworth Iowa State RS SR S
Tyler Vaughns USC RS SR WR
CJ Marable Coastal Carolina SR RB
Stevie Scott III Indiana JR RB
Raymond Johnson III Georgia Southern JR DE
Darius Hodge Marshall JR OLB/DE
Antonio Nunn Buffalo RS SR WR

 

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37 minutes ago, mr fluffles said:

31.    Kansas City Chiefs - Rashod Bateman, WR, Minnesota
63.    Kansas City Chiefs - Creed Humphrey, IOL, Oklahoma
94.    Kansas City Chiefs - Hunter Long, TE, Boston College
136. Kansas City Chiefs - Adetokunbo Ogundeji, Edge, Notre Dame
144. Kansas City Chiefs - Monty Rice, LB, Georgia
176. Kansas City Chiefs -  Camryn Bynum, CB, California
180. Kansas City Chiefs - Jonathan Adams Jr, WR, Arkansas State
256. Kansas City Chiefs - Ta'Quon Graham, IDL, Texas  

This is a dream draft, in that it hits both need and value. Unfortunately, it's not realistic.

Bateman is a nice pick and good value. He gives them a different look from Hill and Hardman. that said, with pick of the Cs, they may take one at #31.
Humphrey is insane value at #663 and the team's biggest need. If he's not there, Baron Browning would be an option
Nothing but good about Hunter Long AND Adetokunbo Ogundeji. Again, the biggest issue is that they will not last.

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Nice work, hard thing to pull off for sure, here are a few thoughts.

Always appreciate your in-depth insight and thoughts Ozzy.  A few replies:

I had some reservations about putting all those DBs going high (Melifonwu, Gowan, Trill Williams) but they are athletic size/speed guys that the NFL always covets.  This CB class isn't deep so some of them are pushed up the board.  As a Bills fan, I'm cautious on Melifonwu but I know we've already spent some time with him, at the Senior Bowl.

Eichenburg in the first was more about Pittsburgh having a need at a premium position, and the run on OTs had already started.  He's a high floor guy who fits their power blocking scheme. 

Leatherwood is a tough one.  I don't like his lateral movement and think he will have an issue with speed at the next level.  Saw the problems at the Senior Bowl with speed rushers like Roche.  I've seen first hand how that translates with Cody Ford's struggles in Buffalo.  The NFL may be higher on him though but there were just other OT prospects who were a bit cleaner that went ahead of him here.

Of the differences we have - are Ventrel Miller, Lorenzo Neal and Tamarion Terry officially daft eligible?  I couldn't find info.  Greg Eilsworth returned to school..  I didn't see that Marco Wilson declared.  Ian Book, Brady Breeze, Cary Angeline, Royce Newman and Luke Farrell are all borderline NFL prospects who got squeezed out of this draft.    I have Justin Hilliard going in the 4th round. 

Last few rounds of the draft are always a crapshoot where it'll depend on how teams value certain players in their schemes, etc.  IMO it's not surprising if one draft to another have a range of different players.  I'll take a look at your draft though.

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Nice effort on 7 rounds.

 

The Bengals draft is very good and hits all the key positions.  It just isn't the route I'd go.  Most of it stems from the first round.  I think the team is targeting Chase and Sewell with the #5 pick, and you passed on Chase.  It's not that I don't like Slater, it's I don't like him at #5.  I'd explore trade options for it, then target Darrisaw or Slater when sliding back.  If there isn't a trade, I just don't see them passing on Chase, even with a dire need at OT.

Love Basham in the second, but if we went Chase in the first, then we have to go OT in the second, like Cosmi, Hudson or Leatherwood.

 

The trickle down would have positions moving, but you absolutely have the right positions being addressed.  In the end, I like it, but don't see it happening due to Slater at #5

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49 minutes ago, mr fluffles said:

Always appreciate your in-depth insight and thoughts Ozzy.  A few replies:

I had some reservations about putting all those DBs going high (Melifonwu, Gowan, Trill Williams) but they are athletic size/speed guys that the NFL always covets.  This CB class isn't deep so some of them are pushed up the board.  As a Bills fan, I'm cautious on Melifonwu but I know we've already spent some time with him, at the Senior Bowl.

Eichenburg in the first was more about Pittsburgh having a need at a premium position, and the run on OTs had already started.  He's a high floor guy who fits their power blocking scheme. 

Leatherwood is a tough one.  I don't like his lateral movement and think he will have an issue with speed at the next level.  Saw the problems at the Senior Bowl with speed rushers like Roche.  I've seen first hand how that translates with Cody Ford's struggles in Buffalo.  The NFL may be higher on him though but there were just other OT prospects who were a bit cleaner that went ahead of him here.

Of the differences we have - are Ventrel Miller, Lorenzo Neal and Tamarion Terry officially daft eligible?  I couldn't find info.  Greg Eilsworth returned to school..  I didn't see that Marco Wilson declared.  Ian Book, Brady Breeze, Cary Angeline, Royce Newman and Luke Farrell are all borderline NFL prospects who got squeezed out of this draft.    I have Justin Hilliard going in the 4th round. 

Last few rounds of the draft are always a crapshoot where it'll depend on how teams value certain players in their schemes, etc.  IMO it's not surprising if one draft to another have a range of different players.  I'll take a look at your draft though.

Royce Newman is not a borderline NFL prospect, neither is Brady Breeze or Ian Book for that matter all will be drafted I feel especially Newman and Book.  Ventrel Miller I thought was returning but then saw something he declared.  I thought Eisworth was declared but good call I guess he is coming back to school.  Sucks one has to literally look up each and every guy, especially the later round ones to see if they are in the draft or not.  

Marco Wilson is declared for the NFL draft.  Miller is a RS JR, Neal a RS SR and Terry a RS JR, I have not heard anything that Terry has transferred, he did leave FSU before the season was done, not in the portal so I believe he is declared.

 

Leatherwood I think will start at guard and he will not have speed problems there.  Sure is not a typical LT but he could play RT no doubt and I have no doubt he could be a great OG as well.  Not like he went up against bad competition on Bama either, if anything he was playing out of position most of his career as a LT yet had great success. Sure he is no Trent Williams or something but if put in the right system as a OG or RT he could be awesome. 

 

I do not believe it is a CB group that lacks depth, if anything it is very deep just does not have great top end talent arguably but a lot of guys could become fine NFL pros.  Keith Taylor, Newsome, Stokes etc could become fine pros I feel among others.  Trill is ok, Melifonwu I have being drafted just on athletic ability but that did not get his brother very far despite his great combine stats.  I just feel those UCF corners are overrated and times I watched UCF they could not stop anyone defensively, and how would that happen if they have two highly ranked CBs on both ends?  Also Myles Jones is a long corner worth looking into, wish he had a better season this year though.

 

Still with the Steelers, they have Villanueva and Okorafor at OT, Feiler if they bring him back and Banner and Hawkins as potential OT guys.  Dotson and DeCastro at OG, but at C is Hassenauer and he is a FA I believe.  So for them to go OT first round, that does not make sense unless one of those other guys can play center and not sure that can happen.  Waiting till the 2nd to get Myers, Humphrey or someone makes more sense unless they like either one of those guys enough to go 1st round and with Myers I think he has that potential.  

 

And again KJ Britt, where is this hate coming from, is it the PFN rankings, because yeah they have him 5th or 7th round pick as a prospect as well.  No clue where that is coming from and curious if that is where it is coming from.   Also I feel more than a few guys I have listed are well worth looking into.

 

 

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1st - Sewell - OT/OG - A+ pick here as he is the #2 player in the draft to me and i love him on the Falcons. 

2nd - Ossai - Edge/LB - Another A+ pick and for sure a need for us hopefully we can pair him next to Fowler and we can get this pass rush back on track. 

3rd - Williams - RB - Imo the closest guy in the draft to a Henry replacement for Smith to work with.  Williams is a straight up beast and right on par with Najee Harris for me.  Williams led the ncaa in broken tackles and has everything you want in a RB his size.  Once again A+ pick i love love love this pick.

4th - Ford - S - Dude you keep on doing it over and over again Ford is a great player and Safety is probably our biggest need in the draft.  Would love to get Ford in the 4th round or so.  You sir get another A+  from this pick.

5th to 7th - Vincent - CB, Tonga - DT, Mills - CB   -  Beautiful filling out that secondary and DL depth with quality players.  All 3 of those have upside and could end up better value/players  than where they were drafted by us.  All 3 of these also get an A+  based on upside and building the right kind of depth in the right  positions. 


You my friend have built an A+ Falcons draft all the way around without 1 mess up i honestly could not have built a better Falcons draft myself based on who was available and taking BPA while still hitting our major / main needs while doing it.    You are now an honorary Falcons member and my best friend :D  Just know you are the reigning champ of Falcons drafts and outside of a crazy good trade down in round 1 and getting a stud player still + other good picks like you gave us i don't see anyone topping you.

In UDFA my 1st 2 targets for the Falcons would be Ian Book to put behind Ryan and learn as our backup QB to replace Schaub and Lorenzo neal at for more DL depth i like him quite a bit.

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6 hours ago, FalconFan13 said:

You are now an honorary Falcons member and my best friend :D  Just know you are the reigning champ of Falcons drafts and outside of a crazy good trade down in round 1 and getting a stud player still + other good picks like you gave us i don't see anyone topping you.

Thanks man I'll take it.  Yes I think this draft played out very nicely for the Falcons.  I was looking for a trade partner for Seattle to accumulate picks and saw the Falcons and the value of Javonte sitting there, it was a perfect situation.

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12 hours ago, Ozzy said:

Nice work, hard thing to pull off for sure, here are a few thoughts.

 

24.    Pittsburgh Steelers - Liam Eichenburg, OT, Notre Dame      1st rounder?  Good player but for him to go this high would be a surprise I feel, especially since the Steelers need more interior OL help than OT help, especially with Pouncey retiring

36.    New Orleans Saints (from Miami Dolphins) - Zaven Collins, LB, Tulsa  Doubt he falls to the 2nd round but who knows could happen[
 
43.    San Francisco 49ers - Kelvin Joseph, CB, Kentucky   He is good but not sure he is high 2nd round good, has nice upside but would be surprised to see him picked this high


48.    Las Vegas Raiders - Alex Leatherwood, OT, Alabama  I do not get the Leatherwood hate, why exactly is he a bad player again?  A dude that can play RT, LT and OG?


61.    Buffalo Bills - Ifeatu Melifonwu, CB, Syracuse  Good athletically but why would he be this high of a pick?


73.    Miami Dolphins (from Carolina Panthers) - Quinn Meinertz, IOL, UW-Whitewater  I agree he will probably go in the 3rd round, good interesting talent


 
84.    Philadelphia Eagles (from Indianapolis Colts) - Kyle Trask, QB, Florida  Really doubt he falls this far

86.    New York Jets - Tay Gowan, CB, Central Florida  Two UCF CBs drafted this high?  When really that defense kind of sucked for UCF all season so not sure those two are that great of corners


88.    Detroit Lions - Trill Williams, DB, Syracuse   Why would he go this high?  He would be lucky to be drafted honestly
 

99.    Dallas Cowboys - Payton Turner, Edge, Houston   I like him but not sure he is a 3rd round talent honestly
 

121. Las Vegas Raiders - Pete Werner, LB, Ohio State  Should go higher than this, he is a great player overall

124. Washington Football Team - Ambry Thomas, CB, Michigan   Not sure he goes this high especially after sitting this past season

130.  Jacksonville Jaguars - Richard LeCounte III, S, Georgia    Do not get why he would be ranked this low, dude is a standout safety with range


182. San Francisco 49ers - Sadarius Hutcherson, IOL, South Carolina I would be surprised if he is drafted honestly

192.  Cincinnati Bengals - Pooka Williams, RB, Kansas  Good player but I would be surprised if he is drafted, really struggled this past season after playing great earlier in his career

  
206. Los Angeles Chargers - Dan Moore, OT, Texas A&M  Doubt he falls this far

228.  San Francisco 49ers - Cole Van Landen, IOL, Wisconsin  Did not have a great season but doubt he falls this far

235.  Denver Broncos -KJ Britt, LB, Auburn  Again why is he rated this low?  2nd dude that had this, is this going off of just PFN ratings, the dude was a star in the Senior Bowl and is one of the most athletic linebackers in the nation.  No freaking way he is a 7th rounder

245. Washington Football Team - Calvin Ashley, OT, Florida Atlantic  Does have a possibility of being drafted just on his upside alone


254. Green Bay Packers - Mustafa Johnson, IDL, Colorado  Really doubt he falls to the bottom of the 7th round


255. Cleveland Browns - Chris Evans, RB, Michigan  Not sure he loves the game or should be drafted

 

 

 

And where are all of these guys in this mock?  I have many dudes you do not have in your 7 round mock yet you have many guys I do not really have and a few I do not think are even NFL prospects honestly.  45 I believe, true some of the guys you have listed are Senior bowl players who I was not familiar with and honestly did not think played well anyway in that game and should not be drafted.  


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Tamorrion Terry Florida State RS JR WR
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A lot of the players you listed will be drafted. I think Scary Terry will do well in the League, if he can explain his actions in interviews.

 

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4 hours ago, mr fluffles said:

Thanks man I'll take it.  Yes I think this draft played out very nicely for the Falcons.  I was looking for a trade partner for Seattle to accumulate picks and saw the Falcons and the value of Javonte sitting there, it was a perfect situation.

Yeah Williams is a great get for us but sorta scary that were losing picks to do it considering we really don't have alot of them to begin with and have tons of holes to fill with no cap space to do so.  But Williams is a guy that just might be worth it to still do it on my end.   If Sewell was gone what i would really love is a trade down from 4 to get as many picks as we can and take a Surtain or Parsons later if still in the top 10  or if we drop to like 15 grab a Najee Harris maybe and use the nice load of picks we get to go down that far to cover alot of holes.   But as said Sewell is a elite player and i want him at 4 if there along with williams later.

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