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Zak Drapeau's Final Mock Draft 4.0

ROUND 1



1. Caleb Williams QB USC Big Board Rank: 2

Chicago Bears (via Panthers)

Caleb Williams has been the #1 consensus pick for almost two years and the Bears solidified this selection when they traded Justin Fields a month ago.

Williams won the Heisman trophy two years ago for a spectacular sophomore season last year which he followed up with another great season this year. Throwing 72 TDs and only 10 INTs, Williams proved he has the arm talent for the NFL, while also showing his ability to improvise and make plays outside of the pocket. One of the greatest QB prospects of this century, Williams is regarded as a can-miss prospect and will be going to a good situation with plenty of weapons around him in this Bears' offense.

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2. Jayden Daniels QB LSU Big Board Rank: 10

Washington Commanders


While Jayden Daniels may not be the highest rated QB behind Williams, he may be the absolute best fit of any QB in this draft with Washington. After the hiring of Kliff Kingsbury as their new OC. Daniels was the Heisman trophy winner this year as a 5th-year Senior with 50 total Touchdowns and just shy of 5,000 total yards.

Daniels remarkable season was the culmination of five seasons of positive progression for the QB. Once known as just a runner, Daniels showed he has the ability to stand in the pocket and throw for big yards and also proved he can do it in the clutch after consistently having to put up 40 a game to make up for a lackluster defense. He will have to keep that up if drafted to the Commanders but will at least have a great QB coach when he gets there.

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3. Drake Maye QB UNC Big Board Rank: 5

New England Patriots


This pick is as they say, "where the draft begins." The Patriots have been fielding offers for months about this pick, "we may not even draft a quarterback," "we could trade back," "we could trade up," have all been heard from this new Patriots administration. I believe it was all too see if someone would make an extraordinary effort to move up and I don't believe they'll receive one that is worthy of them passing up on Maye for.

Drake Maye has everything you could look for in a young project QB, great size, exceptional arm power, arm talent along with the poise and accuracy to throw down the middle of the field and an ability to scramble and improvise. The Patriots will also be able to take their time with Maye behind Jacoby Brissett and build him up right.

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4. Marvin Harrison Jr. WR Ohio State Big Board Rank: 1

Arizona Cardinals

The Cardinals take the first non-QB in this draft and the best player in the draft regardless of position. Harrison Jr. is the best wide receiver prospect since Calvin Johnson in the 2007 draft and we all know how his career went. Going to the Cardinals at 4 is a good spot for MHJ where he will be the focal point of this offense with a Quarterback able to improvise and throw the ball down the field to him.

MHJ's only weakness will probably be the tremendous hype he has entering the league. Being an almost-perfect prospect as the son of a Hall-of-Famer will garner expectations of Hall-of-Fame himself. While he surely has the talent to do so, it may take a while to get there especially on a franchise who has been lackluster for the better part of a decade.

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5. J.J. McCarthy QB Michigan Big Board Rank: 30

Minnesota Vikings (via Chargers)

MOCK TRADE

Vikings Receive: Pick #5

Chargers Receive: Pick #11, #23 and 2025 3rd


The Vikings trade up to get their QB of the future in J.J. McCarthy, the most unknown prospect in this Top-5. McCarthy is a national champion with Michigan this year and is seen as a Franchise-QB prospect. Personally, this trade haul is too rich for my blood for a QB that never had to pass much in college. Being a product of his Harbaugh-made environment, McCarthy never had to throw the ball much at Michigan but was the biggest riser of this draft during the combine and pro day cycle after showing off his arm talent a little more.

This trade helps both teams as the Vikings feel they are a true playoff team with a new QB, and the Harbaugh regime will need a couple of picks for their Chargers rebuild.

McCarthy may have a lot to work on to be a Franchise QB, but going to Minnesota will be the absolute best case scenario for him, with a QB coach-turned Head Coach in O'Connell and the best WR-TE duo in the league with Jefferson and Hockenson to throw to.

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6. Malik Nabers WR LSU Big Board Rank: 4

New York Giants


Many Giants fans would like to see a Quarterback or offensive linemen here but instead you get a STUD in Malik Nabers. Daniel Jones has taken a lot of grief about his play over the last couple years and is absolutely on the hot seat this season, so why not give him some help and FINALLY give him a #1 receiving option. Nabers will automatically be the best receiver on the Giants and the best receiver Jones has ever been able to throw to.

The Giants did a good job this offseason acquiring offensive linemen and with all four major QB prospects gone, this pick should be an easy decision. Nabers had an outstanding junior season with 1,500 yards and 14 TDs catapulting his QB Jayden Daniels to a Heisman trophy. Let's see if he can do the same thing for Daniel Jones.

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7. Joe Alt OT Notre Dame Big Board Rank: 3

Tennessee Titans


The Titans seemed to have found their man in Will Levis last season, so now it's time to build around him. The Titans offensive line tied for fourth-most sacks allowed last season and if they want Levis to stay healthier longer than Tannehill or Willis, it starts with drafting Joe Alt here. Alt is a massive human at 6'9" and 320 pounds and will anchor this offensive line from the left tackle position for a decade.

One of the safest picks in the draft with an incredibly high ceiling, Alt is pro-ready as a pass blocker and will need almost no time to be proficient in run blocking as well. This pick isn't the most sexy of the draft but if the Titans are serious about giving Will Levis a chance to help this team compete for the playoffs, they need to pull the trigger and they surely won't regret it.

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8. Dallas Turner Edge Alabama Big Board Rank: 6

Atlanta Falcons


WOW! Our first defensive player coming off the board at pick #8 and Dallas Turner is well worth it. After nailing Free Agency this year (amid tampering charges), the Falcons take the best edge rusher of the class to bolster their pass rush.

Dallas Turner is a freaky finesse rusher who has great hands and the ability to ue power moves as well. He raked up 10 sacks and 14.5 TFLs in his only season as Bama's #1 edge rusher showing he can rise to the occasion as a defensive focal point. The Falcons have shot and missed on several 2nd and 3rd round-pick edge rushers but finally take one with a top-10 pick in hopes to improve a pass rush that is on the wrong side of 30 and could use it's first 10+ sack season by a player since Vic Beasley in 2016.

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9. Rome Odunze WR Washington Big Board Rank: 8

Los Angeles Chargers (via Bears)

MOCK TRADE

Los Angeles Receive: Pick #9

Chicago Receieve: Pick #11, #105 and 2025 2nd


The Chargers trade back into the top-10 to secure Rome Odunze. After trading away Keenan Allen and releasing Mike Williams this offseason, they have the biggest need for a Wide receiver in the entire league and they get a good one here. Odunze is a tall and physical route running receiver who can get it done at all three levels, a perfect compliment to Justin Herbert's play style.

With the new offensive regime in Los Angeles, it's likely their passing game has it's worst season since Herbert was drafted but they still need to get this right. Herbert is too special of a QB to be given the J.J. McCarthy treatment of 30 or fewer passes a game and he will need more than just Odunze to do so (spoilers).

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10. Brock Bowers TE Georgia Big Board Rank: 7

New York Jets


The Jets were one of the biggest winners this offseason, bringing in Mike Williams, Tyron Smith and Morgan Moses on the offense for a healthy Aaron Rodgers to come back to is quite an improvement. Why not add the best Tight End prospect... Ever?

Bowers is a two-time National Champion, three-time all-american, two-time Mackey award winner (Best Tight End in NCAA) and reached 2,500 receiving yards and 26 TDs in just 3 years of work. His only weakness is being undersized at 240 lbs for the NFL level where he will be expected to block 300-pound d-linemen. He should instantly become one of the best TE's in the league with Aaron Rodgers backing him and add yet another dynamic force to this offense.

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11. Jared Verse Edge Florida State Big Board Rank: 13

Chicago Bears (via Chargers via Vikings)


A pick that has already switched hands twice in this mock draft, the Bears end up trading down for Jared Verse, a very talented edge rusher from Florida State. Verse has the ability to become a prevalent power rusher as soon as he enters the NFL with his strength and hand placement. 18 sacks and 30 TFLs in just two seasons doesn't come around every year.

The Bears were second-to-last last season in sacks generated and adding Verse to their 4-3 defense opposite of Montez Sweat is a great way for this pass rush to make leaps next season. Coupling Verse with Caleb Williams and an extra 4th this year and 2nd next year will make the Bears the WINNERS of Day 1 of the draft.

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12. Brian Thomas Jr. WR LSU Big Board Rank: 17

Cincinnati Bengals (via Broncos)

MOCK TRADE

Bengals Receive: Pick #12

Broncos Receive: Pick #49, #105 and Tee Higgins


Already our third trade and our first player-centered trade as we see the Broncos trading out of the first round to grab Tee Higgins, a 2nd and a 4th while the Bengals keep their #18 pick and move up to #12. With Higgins departing and Ja'Marr Chase expected to get a $30 million a year contract, time to get a young cheap receiver and Brian Thomas Jr. will fit PERFECTLY in this offense.

Thomas Jr. is the best deep threat in this draft at 6'3" with 4.33 speed. Not only limited to go routes, Thomas Jr. has a route tree that makes him very similar to Tee Higgins already but with more speed. For an offense that is losing 3 of their biggest playmakers this offseason, this move allows them to add a weapon like BTJ while still having another pick only 6 slots away.

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13. Tailese Fuaga OT Oregon State Big Board Rank: 18

Las Vegas Raiders

The Raiders make one of the least flashy picks so far in this draft, not only taking an offensive linemen but doing so are passing on the projected OT2 Olu Fashanu. Fashanu had a brilliant collegiate career but has raised questions this offseason about his ability to play the tackle position at the NFL-level. Fuaga has raised no concerns, being one of the standouts at both the Senior Bowl and Combine.

Fuaga is a mauling, 6'6" tackle who is better suited for the right side of the line which is perfect for the Raiders who already have Kolton Miller on the left. I know a LOT of Raiders fans want a QB here but the truth is it'd be a waste of a pick. Almost any QB you'd draft here will be available at their next pick at 44, (hint hint). Instead get a terrific OT who can get it done on the ground especially, and will grow into a dominant pass blocker as well.

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14. Olu Fashanu OT Penn State Big Board Rank: 14

New Orleans Saints


After Fuaga goes at 13, Fashanu doesn't need to wait long to hear his name. The Saints are running this pick to the podium not one second after they get on the clock, with Fashanu being quite literally the PERFECT prospect for them. A team riddled with bad luck on the offensive line, Ryan Ramczyk is dealing with a possible career-threatening knee issue and Trevor Penning is not working out at LT. So go out and get one of the rawest Tackle prospects we've seen in a long time in Fashanu.

Allowing 0 sacks in two years as Penn State's LT, Fashanu's arm length is just long enough to project as a NFL tackle, but will need to learn how to consistently block against NFL pass rushers and will have a great chance to surrounded by the talent the Saints have. The Saints lucked out here with this pick even if it takes an extra year to get Fashanu to the starting lineup.

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15. Quniyon Mitchell CB Toledo Big Board Rank: 9

Indianapolis Colts


Another pick that will be run up to the podium, MY Colts need a true #1 cornerback desperately with Kenny Moore's departure imminent. Even with Moore, the Colts need a true outside corner and Quinyon Mitchell is the best in the draft. Mitchell not only had the best PFF grade of any cornerback this last NCAA season, but was BY FAR the best corner at the Senior Bowl and Combine.

While other corners in this class may be better at ball hawking (Arnold) or better athletes (Wiggins), Mitchell is a shutdown, "don't even throw the ball my way" corner with blazing speed and great hips. Adding Mitchell to an already young DB core (besides Moore) will bolster this DB room and allow the other young guys to learn their roles while Mitchell locks down one side of the field.

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16. J.C. Latham OT Alabama Big Board Rank: 21

Philadelphia Eagles (via Seahawks)

MOCK TRADE

Eagles Receive: Pick #16

Seahawks Receive: Pick #22, #53 and 2025 4th


I know this is my mock draft and all but I found I didn't like this pick. It truly fits into the Eagles mold of drafting an SEC player a year before they need him, in this case having Latham be mentored by Lane Johnson before he retires most likely next season. I can see the Eagles falling in love with either Latham or Mims in the first round or even a DB at their original pick #22 but I have Latham as a better grade than others and I believe the Eagles do too.

Trading away a 1st and 2nd for him may seem steep, but the Eagles have another 2nd this year and with the right tutelage, Latham could pan out to be a bigger and stronger version of Lane Johnson anyway. This pick won't pan out for at least a year and that's why I'm not a fan but I do believe it's the best move for Philly in the long run.

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17. Terrion Arnold CB Alabama Big Board Rank: 12

Jacksonville Jaguars


The Jaguars fell apart at the end of the season and have to be upset about where they sit currently. Fortunately for them, they had one of the better Free Agencies this year rebuilding their defense and adding pieces on offense. I figure their pick at #17 should be BPA and Terrion Arnold would certainly work for them.

The #12 player on my big board and CB2, Arnold would come in and join Ronald Darby and Tyson Campbell in the CB room and have room to improve without the pressure of needing to perform his first year. Arnold may be the best ball hawk in this draft with 6 picks and 20 pass deflections in his 2 years at Alabama. This pick is another that will take years to pan out to the point to be able to properly judge, however unlike Philly's pick, has the potential to pay off immediately, that's how good Arnold could be in this defense.

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18. Troy Fauntanu OT Washington Big Board Rank: 19

Cincinnati Bengals


In their second pick in this round, the Bengals take one of my FAVORITE players in this draft. Fautanu was one of the best Tackles in NCAA this year but was projected as a guard coming into the draft. That was before the combine, where he tested with 34 1/2" arms and a positional-best 87 athlete score. Add to that, Fautanu has the ability to play all 5 o-line positions if needed for the Bengals who would most likely play him at guard to start his career after signing Orlando Brown and Trent Brown the last two off-seasons.

The Bengals may start him at Guard but will give him plenty of Tackle reps to build him up properly and eventually move him to LT once Trent Brown inevitably leaves, moving Orlando Brown to his natural RT position. Fautanu and BTJ for the Bengals will make Joe Burrow not only very happy, but could get this team back to conference championships and beyond in the near future.

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19. Byron Murphy II DT Texas Big Board Rank: 22

Los Angeles Rams


Well this is my first cop-out of the draft, after Aaron Donald's surprised retirement this off-season I have mocked the closest prospect to Donald to the Rams in Murphy II.

Byron Murphy rocketed up draft boards with his combine performance. At 300 pounds he moves like he's 275 and can pair with the Rams' draft steal last year Kobie Turner. With Donald's presence sure to be missed, the Rams need to do whatever they can to add pass rushing back to this Front-4 and with their offense all but set, they have the perfect opportunity to do so at 19.

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20. Jackson Powers-Johnson OC Oregon Big Board Rank: 23

Pittsburgh Steelers


The most Pittsburgh Steelers pick I could think of has been gaining traction ever since Jackson Powers-Johnson DOMINATED the Senior Bowl. At 6'3" and 328 pounds, Powers-Johnson will be the biggest and one of the most nasty Centers in the NFL as soon as he is drafted.

While the Steelers biggest need is at WR, this pick will help whoever steps into the season as QB1 (Russ or Fields) and their RB duo of Najee Harris and Jaylen Warren who have struggled over the last two years. The Steelers have always been a power run offense and JPJ would be the type of player to take them back to that style we saw in the 80's and 2000's when the team was at their best.

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21. Jer'Zhan Newton DT Illinois Big Board Rank: 20

Miami Dolphins


A bit of a weird pick here at 21 where the Dolphins draft Jer'Zhan Newton out of Illinois. This pick surprised even me when I mocked it but it actually has grown on me and makes a lot of sense.

The biggest need for the Dolphins is pass rush or maybe a WR3, but with the team signing Shaq Barrett in the offseason and will be getting both Jaelen Phillips and Bradley Chubb back from injury midway through the season, edge rusher isn't to prominent of a need, but after losing Christian Wilkins and Emmanuel Ogbah in Free Agency, Jer'Zhan Newton can come in and restructure this Miami D-line right away in both run stuffing and interior pass rushing.

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22. Laiatu Latu Edge UCLA Big Board Rank: 11

Seattle Seahawks (via Eagles)


Ok, this is my favorite pick of the first round and my biggest "steal" as well. Laiatu Latu is the best pass rusher of the class period. However, an injury his freshman year that had him medically retire (but has since been tested and and medically cleared) paired with him not being an exceptional athlete is making him fall down draft boards.

23.5 sacks and 34 TFLs in just 2 years at UCLA is by far the best defensive stat line you'll see in this draft class. I believe his lack of athleticism will be an afterthought once people realize his skill, instincts and coachability are some of the best we've EVER seen from the position. Add to that the Seahawks traded back and acquired picks and STILL got him, what a pick.

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23. Cooper DeJean SAF Iowa Big Board Rank: 16

Los Angeles Chargers (via Vikings)


Cooper DeJean is a true wildcard in today's draft. A cornerback at Iowa who graded as CB1 on PFF over the last two seasons, combined with his scary ability with the ball in his hands (both as a ball hawk and special teams' returner) made him a true dynamic playmaker in college. But their is a big hole in his game.

To address the elephant in the room, yes Cooper is a white corner. His athleticism has never been an issue however he did fracture his right fibula toward the end of the season which could hamper not only his athleticism but his draft stock.

I have projected him as a safety since the draft process started where I think he has Hall-of-Fame potential, yes I said that. Going to the Chargers, he'd have the ability to be a center fielder alongside the run stopping Derwin James and could be the true difference maker in Harbaugh's defense, but ONLY if he's used right.

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24. Amarius Mims OT Georgia Big Board Rank: 24

Dallas Cowboys


Another year with the Cowboys picking an offensive linemen in the first round, but hey, if it isn't broke don't fix it. Especially after losing Tyron Smith to the Jets this offseason, Mims is a much needed body on this line that is already pretty good.

Alongside Tyler Smith and Zach Martin, Mims would most likely be moved to LT opposing Terrence Steele on the right. Mims is a massive human at 6'8" and 340 pounds. With as much potential as any tackle in this draft, going to Dallas should allow him to get as close to his potential as with any team. Mims projects better at RT but should fit in at either position and continue Dallas' o-line dominance for a few more years.

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25. Michael Penix Jr. QB Washington Big Board Rank: 39

Denver Broncos (via Packers)

MOCK TRADE

Broncos Receive: Pick #25

Packers Receive: Pick #49, #136 and 2025 2nd


After trading down earlier and acquiring Tee Higgins, the Broncos now trade back into the first round and give Higgins someone to throw him the ball. Penix Jr. is not a complete project but has shown that with the right tools around him can be elite.

His arm talent is elite but has shown a lack of skill once the pocket is disrupted. The Broncos will need to do some more work to protect him, but if they bring him up right, with Higgins and Sutton to throw to, Sean Payton may have formulated a great future with Penix Jr.

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26. Nate Wiggins CB Clemson Big Board Rank: 15

Tampa Bay Buccaneers


The Buccaneers get an A with this pick. After an offseason where they sured up their offense retaining Mayfield and Evans while also keeping Winfield Jr and Lavonte David, they now have to replace the departure of Carlton David to Detroit. Nate Wiggins may be the best athlete in this corner class and ran a 4.28 in his 40-yard dash. He did suffer a groin injury doing so but that should be good to go by the start of the season.

Wiggins was a lockdown man corner at Clemson where he used his speed to constantly pester even the most elite wide receivers in the ACC. Adding him to a secondary with Winfield, Whitehead and Jamel Dean could make them one of the scariest young secondaries and get the Buccaneers back into the playoffs again.

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27. "Kool-Aid" McKinstry CB Alabama Big Board Rank: 25

Arizona Cardinals (via Texans)


The Cardinals have already drafted Marvin Harrison Jr. and now at 27 take everyone's CB1 at the beginning of the season, Ga'Quincy "Kool-Aid" McKinstry. McKinstry was a projected Top-5 pick after his unbelievable sophomore season where he only allowed a 57.9 QBR when targeted.

Unfortunately for McKinstry, his junior season was much less memorable but not for the reason you'd think. After being targeted 80 times in 2022, he was only targeted 39 times in 14 games this year. While he let up a 73 QBR this season he still posted a lockdown season guarding SEC WR1's. The Cardinals desperately need a great corner and they may have lucked into one of the steals of this first round.

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28. Adonai Mitchell WR Texas Big Board Rank: 26

Buffalo Bills


The Bills have seemingly lost half of their starting roster this offseason and have a lot to do if they want to return to an AFC Championship game for the first time since 2021.

Taking Adi Mitchell is the first step in this and should return the production of losing Stefon Diggs (although not the production of both Diggs and Gabe Davis.) Mitchell is a receiver that isn't elite at one thing, but is very very good in almost everything. At 6'2" with 4.34 speed, he is a deep threat who is proficient inside the numbers as well and has better than average hands. Luckily for him, he'd be the #1 option in the Bills offense with Josh Allen throwing him the ball.

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29. Xavier Worthy WR Texas Big Board Rank: 36

Detroit Lions


Immediately after Mitchell, his Texas receiver pairing Xavier Worthy goes to Detroit. Now this pick may be weird to a lot of you but hear me out. The Lions are very good at EVERY position but are somewhat lacking when it comes to that true WR2 behind Amon-Ra St. Brown.

Worthy can become that extra piece they never had which is a true burner and deep threat on the outside. Jameson Williams was supposed to be that guy, but his injuries and inconsistency have made him an unreliable option and with the Lions firmly in a Super Bowl window after almost winning the NFC Championship game last season, they could use a player like Worthy to finally get over the hump.

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30. Tyler Guyton OT Oklahoma Big Board Rank: 27

Baltimore Ravens


The Ravens were the best team in the league and then fell flat in the AFC Championship. One of the major reasons was the Chiefs' pass rush and Lamar Jackson's lack of improvability in that game and after losing Morgan Moses to the Jets, scoop up Tyler Guyton here.

Guyton is perhaps the best athlete at his position and is still very raw. At 6'8" and 322 pounds, he will be ideal size for their RT and could learn his mechanics from Ronnie Stanley in a way that will make him a long term starter in this league. A perfect fit for one of the most run heavy team in the NFL.

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31. Graham Barton OG Duke Big Board Rank: 28

San Francisco 49ers


Versatility and experience are what the 49ers are getting with Barton. With2 more years on Brock Purdy's rookie deal the 49ers want to do 3 things, protect their Franchise QB, win a Super Bowl and win it NOW. Barton will immediately come in and be able to play any position not occupied by Trent Williams at a high level.

Most likely starting at either center or right tackle, Barton will be dependable and coachable. With Aaron Banks and Jon Feliciano securing another year as the teams' guards, it just so happens their two positions of need on their O-line is where Barton excels. Not a sexy pick for a team that normally goes after the smart pick anyway.

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32. Troy Franklin WR Oregon Big Board Rank: 34

Kansas City Chiefs


Surprise surprise, the Chiefs are going with a wide receiver. This pick could truly be three or four different receivers, but I went with Franklin for his ability to play down the field with blazing speed similar to what Tyreek used to do, or his ability to use his athleticism in the slot.

The big headline for the Chiefs after winning the Super Bowl is the assumed losing of star rookie Rashee Rice after an offseason automobile accident that is predicted to cost him some time after being arrested last week. Franklin has similar shiftyness to Rice but with better speed. The best thing about Franklin that separates him from other receivers on the Cheifs roster... he can actually catch the ball.

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ROUND 2


33. Ladd McConkey WR Georgia Big Board Rank: 32

Carolina Panthers


34. Darius Robinson Edge Missouri Big Board Rank: 37

New England Patriots


35. Edgerrin Cooper LB Texas A&M Big Board Rank: 43

Arizona Cardinals


36. "Chop" Robinson Edge Penn State Big Board Rank: 29

Washington Commanders


37. Roman Wilson WR Michigan Big Board Rank: 59

Los Angeles Chargers

REACH


38. Bralen Trice Edge Washington Big Board Rank: 54

Tennessee Titans


39. Kris Jenkins DT Michigan Big Board Rank: 38

Carolina Panthers (via Giants)


40. Tyler Nubin SAF Minnesota Big Board Rank: 31

Washington Commanders (via Bears)


41. Kingsley Suamataia OT BYU Big Board Rank: 41

Green Bay Packers (via Jets)


42. Calen Bullock SAF USC Big Board Rank: 42

Houston Texans (via Vikings)


43. Ricky Pearsall WR Florida Big Board Rank: 46

Atlanta Falcons


44. Bo Nix QB Oregon Big Board Rank: 44

Las Vegas Raiders


45. Ennis Rakestraw Jr. CB Missouri Big Board Rank: 35

Philadelphia Eagles (via Saints)

MOCK TRADE

Eagles Receive: Pick #45

Saints Receive: Pick #50 and #120


46. Zach Frazier OC West Virginia Big Board Rank: 40

Washington Commanders (via Indianapolis Colts)

MOCK TRADE

Commanders Receive: Pick #46

Colts Receive: Pick #67, #100 and 2025 4th


47. T.J. Tampa CB Iowa State Big Board Rank: 49

New York Giants (via Seahawks)


48. Brandon Fiske DT Florida State Big Board Rank: 58

Jacksonville Jaguars


49. Payton Wilson LB NC State Big Board Rank: 56

Green Bay Packers (via Broncos via Bengals)


From the earlier trade in the first round,


50. Ja'Tavion Sanders TE Texas Big Board Rank: 50

New Orleans Saints (via Eagles)


51. Xavier Leggette WR South Carolina Big Board Rank: 66

Pittsburgh Steelers


52. Chris Braswell Edge Alabama Big Board Rank: 47

Los Angeles Rams


53. Jordan Morgan OG Arizona Big Board Rank: 48

Seattle Seahawks (via Eagles)


54. Devontez Walker WR UNC Big Board Rank: 52

Cleveland Browns


55. Patrick Paul OT Houston Big Board Rank: 57

Kansas City Chiefs (via Dolphins)

MOCK TRADE

Chiefs Receive: Pick #55

Dolphins Receive: Pick #64 and #95


56. Beaux Limmer OC Arkansas Big Board Rank: 84

Dallas Cowboys

REACH


57. Marshawn Kneeland Edge Western Michigan Big Board Rank: 60

Tampa Bay Buccaneers


58. Kamren Kinchens SAF Miami Big Board Rank: 53

Green Bay Packers


59. Roger Rosengarten OT Washington Big Board Rank: 72

Houston Texans

REACH ??


60. Keon Coleman WR Florida State Big Board Rank: 73

Buffalo Bills

REACH


61. Spencer Rattler QB South Carolina Big Board Rank: 83

New Yor Jets (via Lions)

MOCK TRADE

Jets Receive: Pick #61

Lions Receive: Pick #72 and #111


62. Kamari Lassiter CB Georgia Big Board Rank: 55

Baltimore Ravens


63. Mike Sainristil CB Michigan Big Board Rank: 61

San Francisco 49ers


64. Ja'Lynn Polk WR Washington Big Board Rank: 68

Miami Dolphins (via Chiefs)

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ROUND 3


65. Junior Colson LB Michigan Big Board Rank: 62

Carolina Panthers


66. T'Vondre Sweat DT Texas Big Board Rank: 33

Arizona Cardinals

STEAL ??


67. Christian Haynes OC Connecticut Big Board Rank: 89

Indianapolis Colts (via Commanders)


68. D.J. James CB Auburn Big Board Rank: 64

New England Patriots


69. Cole Bishop SAF Utah Big Board Rank: 63

Los Angeles Chargers


70. Jonathan Brooks RB Texas Big Board Rank: 45

New York Giants

STEAL


71. Cooper Beebe OG Kansas State Big Board Rank: 51

Arizona Cardinals (via Titans)

STEAL


72. Ruke Orhororo DT Clemson Big Board Rank: 81 Detroit Lions (via Jets)


73. Malachi Corley WR Western Kentucky Big Board Rank: 88

Las Vegas Raiders (via Lions)

MOCK TRADE

Raiders Receive: Pick #73

Lions Receive: Pick #77 and #148


74. Edefuan Ulofoshio LB Washington Big Board Rank: 75

Atlanta Falcons


75. Jermaine Burton WR Alabama Big Board Rank: 78

Chicago Bears


76. Javon Bullard SAF Georgia Big Board Rank: 67

Denver Broncos


77. Adisa Isaac Edge Penn State Big Board Rank: 70

Detroit Lions (via Raiders)


78. Javon Baker WR UCF Big Board Rank: 102

Washington Commanders (via Seahawks)

REACH


79. Jaylen Wright RB Tennessee Big Board Rank: 76

Dallas Cowboys (via Falcons via Jaguars)

MOCK TRADE

Cowboys Receive: Pick #79

Falcons Receive: Pick #87 and 2025 5th


80. Trey Benson RB Florida State Big Board Rank: 65

Cincinnati Bengals

STEAL


81. Drake Nugent OC Michigan Big Board Rank: 105

Seattle Seahawks (via Saints via Broncos)


82. Austin Booker Edge Kansas Big Board Rank: 80

Indianapolis Colts


83. Jeremiah Trotter Jr. LB Clemson Big Board Rank: 86

Los Angeles Rams


84. DeWayne Carter DT Duke Big Board Rank: 103

Pittsburgh Steelers


85. Jonah Elliss Edge Utah Big Board Rank: 85

Cleveland Browns


86. Mohammed Kamara Edge Colorado State Big Board Rank: 87

Houston Texans (via Eagles)


87. Leonard Taylor III DT Miami Big Board Rank: 74

Dallas Cowboys


88. Dominick Puni OG Kansas Big Board Rank: 77

Los Angeles Chargers (via Packers)

MOCK TRADE

Chargers Receive: Pick #88

Packers Receive: Pick #110 and 2025 4th


89. Marshawn Lloyd RB USC Big Board Rank: 69

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

STEAL


90. Michael Hall Jr. DT Ohio State Big Board Rank: 95

Arizona Cardinals (via Houston)


91. Khyree Jackson CB Oregon Big Board Rank: 79

Green Bay Packers (via Buffalo)


92. Christian Jones OT Texas Big Board Rank: 91

New York Giants (via Buccaneers via Lions)

MOCK TRADE

New York Receive: Pick #92

Tampa Bay Receive: Pick #107 and 2025 4th


93. Javon Solomon Edge Troy Big Board Rank: 101

Baltimore Ravens


94. Jamari Thrash WR Louisville Big Board Rank: 116

San Francisco 49ers

REACH


95. Michael Pratt QB Tulane Big Board Rank: 98

Dallas Cowboys (via Dolphins via Chiefs)

MOCK TRADE

Dallas Receive: Pick #95

Miami Receive: Pick #174 and 2025 3rd


96. Tykee Smith SAF Georgia Big Board Rank: 71

Los Angeles Rams (via Jaguars)

MOCK TRADE

Los Angeles Receive: Pick #96

Jacksonville Receive: Pick #99 2025 5th

STEAL


97. Renardo Green CB Texas A&M Big Board Rank: 96

Cincinnati Bengals


98. Max Melton CB Rutgers Big Board Rank: 99

Pittsburgh Steelers


99. Cade Stover TE Ohio State Big Board Rank: 82

Jacksonville Jaguars (via Rams)


100. Blake Corum RB Michigan Big Board Rank: 92

Indianapolis Colts (via Commanders)

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