Mock Draft

UK NFL Fans Mock Draft 1.0

Two weeks ago, 50 NFL UK Fans teamed up to join Stocks, Lee, Ash and I in doing a 7 round full mock draft with trades. I wanted to share the results of that with you.

This draft took 10 days to complete. Thank you to everyone who took part. you can also check out Murf’s and Stock’s Mock Draft’s for the first round on the site as well.

Here is the full Mock Draft:

Pick
Original Team
New Team (if Pick Traded)
Player
Position
College
Reason
1
Bengals Joe Burrow QB LSU The mostly consensus number 1 pick. Accuracy, mental toughness and big game calmness, easy pick
2
Redskins Chase Young EDGE Ohio State Best player in the draft.
3
Lions DOLPHINS Tua Tagovailoa QB Alabama QB of the future
4
Giants RAVENS Isaiah Simmons LB Clemson Massive fan of this player, desperately wanted him and traded a lot of picks to get him. Well worth it.
5
Dolphins PANTHERS Jeffrey Okudah CB OSU One of the biggest gaps we needed to fill
6
Chargers Justin Herbert QB Oregon Clearly the Chargers need their new face of the franchise. Herbert has huge upside with the right supporting cast and the Chargers are at least close to having that, especially at the skill positions.
7
Panthers JAGUARS Tristan Wirfs OT Iowa Foles failed in Jacksonville because we couldn’t keep him upright, Minshew deserves better.
8
Cardinals Jedrick Wills OT Alabama Give Kyler some time to throw. let him run by choice rather than necessity
9
Jaguars LIONS Mekhi Becton OL Louisville Decker is in 5th year option, line has been a mess and a value to get an elite tackle prospect before the end of the run
10
Browns Andrew Thomas OT Georgia Best tackle on the board
11
Jets Jerry Jeudy WR Alabama With the top OTs off the board, it had to be the best WR on the board to give Sam Darnold some much ne
12
Raiders CeeDee Lamb WR Oklahoma
I think that CeeDee Lamb is the best WR in this draft class, he has truly exceptional ball skills and has Odell Beckham type ability after the catch. Awesome route-running, great hands and athleticism. He is an NFL-ready alpha wideout, which is exactly what Las Vegas need. With this addition, the Raiders have a seriously strong offense, and this pick sets up the rest of the draft with their biggest need filled with the best player at that position on day one.
13
49ers Derrick Brown DL Auburn A great replacement for De-Fo can’t believe he dropped to me!
14
Buccaneers VIKINGS K’lavon Chaisson EDGE LSU Griffen not returning, top OTs off the board felt this position a necessity
15
Broncos Javon Kinlaw IDL South Carolina Kinlaw is a big bodied linebacker capable of playing anywhere in the box. Power behind Chubb and Miller
16
Falcons Kristian Fulton CB LSU With Desmond Trufant’s release, the Falcons needed top talent at CB to fill the void
17
Cowboys LIONS CJ Henderson CB Florida
Will pair with Trufant for a nice tandemn, traded away from Okudah for pick value and up to grab last of the corners at the next tier.
18
Dolphins Josh Jones OL Houston Have to protect Tua
19
Raiders Grant Delpit S LSU I wanted to trade back here but there were no takers, so I went for my #1 Safety on the board here, Grant Delpit out of LSU. He is a smart and athletic safety who can do damage against the run and pass. He has improved his tackling over the last year and he is an instinctual and playmaking addition to a young improving defense. The Raiders are now just a couple of additions away from the defense that they need to support their foffense.
20
Jaguars GIANTS Xavier McKinney S Alabama Best player remaining on the board in a position of need.
21
Eagles Trevon Diggs CB Alabama Need to stop giving up the deep ball.
22
Vikings Henry Ruggs III WR Alabama Diggs replacement
23
Patriots PACKERS Patrick Queen LB LSU
Moving up ahead of New Orleans who have a need at LB to select a dynamic playmaker in the middle of the field. Queen was the quarterback of an LSU defense that showed immense improvement as 2019 went on, he will bring some much needed dynamism to the Packers defense.
24
Saints Justin Jefferson WR LSU Long term partner for Thomas. Explosive and smart WR.
25
Vikings BUCCANEERS A.J Epenesa EDGE Iowa
After trading down, it was a case of taking BPA in a position of need. Very happy to have Epenesa here to fill the hole left by Nassib
26
Dolphins JAGUARS D’Andre Swift RB Georgia Not a position of need per-say, but sometimes a player is too good to pass up on. Gives us longer term options going forwards.
27
Seahawks Yetur Gross-Matos EDGE Penn State Huge position of need. After missing out on Epenesa, had to take the best EDGE on the board. Lots of promise.
28
Ravens COWBOYS Raekwon Davis DL Alabama The corner value here did not feel right so instead we will give McCoy and Lawrence and big run disrupter to work with
29
Titans COLTS Jordan Love QB Utah State Bringing him in to sit behind Rivers for a year.
30
Packers PATRIOTS Kenneth Murray LB Oklahoma We have lots of needs. Trading down again was an option but Murray fills a need and will fit into our defence perfectly. His instincts and sideline to sideline speed give us something we lost with the losses in free agency
31
49ers Brandon Aiyuk WR Arizona State Need to replace Emmanuel Sanders and I think Aiyuk is a weapon Shanahan would love
32
Chiefs Julian Okwara EDGE Notre Dame A need to improve pass rush so took best available.
Round 2
33
Bengals COWBOYS Austin Jackson OT USC A top-15 player on my board. Not a need but depth at offensive line is always valuable. He is also a future potential starter
34
Colts Tee Higgins WR Clemson Need to give Rivers and Love more weapons.
35
Lions Ross Blacklock DT TCU Needed a disruptor on the D-Line to help stop the run.
36
Giants Prince Tega Wanogho OT Auburn Needed help on O-Line. BPA
37
Chargers Jeff Gladney CB TCU Best player on the board for us at this point. Quite shocked he was there at this point to be honest! The pick isn’t a huge need but it gives a succession play for Casey Hayward and Chris Harris.
38
Panthers Neville Gallimore DL Oklahoma Added much needed speed to the front 7
39
Dolphins Antoine Winfield Jr DB
Minnesota Golden Gopher
Next biggest need was a CB so bringing in a flexible DB in Winfield will really help.
40
Texans Jalen Reagor WR TCU Most complete reciever left of the board with lower floor but higher upside to develop into a true no1
41
Browns Cesar Ruiz IOL Michigan Continuing to bolster the OL has to be a huge priority
42
Jaguars Justin Madubuike IDL Texas A&M Big, strong and physical with tremendous athleticism for a man of his size.
43
Bears Jonah Jackson IOL OSU Have to keep Nick upright!
44
Colts TITANS Ezra Cleveland OT Boise State Developmental OT prospect in the NFL. He’s got the movement skills to eventually become a starter, can instantly become a swing tackle now Kelly is starting, and can takeover at RT soon
45
Buccaneers Lucas Niang OT TCU Argubally the 5th Tackle in this class who could have been higher had it not been for a hip Injury. With cementing a new QB, the job is to protect him. Niang has work to do, especially in Pass Coverage, but he’s a huge athlete and 6 foot 7. He will lock into a starter role day 1
46
Broncos BUCCANEERS Jonathan Taylor RB Wisconsin My RB1 and fills my last critical need for the draft. Overpaid a tad to move up but very happy to get our guy
47
Falcons LIONS Zack Baun LB Wisconsin Unique versatile chess piece in the Matt Patricia scheme can add edge rush or coverage depending on the formation
48
Jets Denzel Mims WR Baylor With another run on OTs earlier in R2, the value was here ar WR (again)
49
Steelers Damon Arnette CB Ohio State Ash’s No3 CB in the 2020 class and great value at this stage. Alot of potential in an area lacking for Steelers
50
Bears SEAHAWKS Laviska Shenault Jr. WR Colorado An added talented weapon for Wilson in hopefully a more up tempo offence this year
51
Cowboys AJ Terrell CB Clemson Needed someone to come in and help the Cowboys stop getting beat with the deep ball.
52
Rams Clyde Edwards-Helairie RB LSU Loss of Gurley they need a champion running back. Dual threat
53
Eagles KJ Hamler WR Penn State Serious lack of competition in the WR room and need someone to take the top off.
54
Bills JK Dobbins RB Ohio Stare My RB1 and BPA out of the main Bills needs
55
Ravens GIANTS Jonathan Greenard EDGE Florida Keep building the trenches with an explosive EDGE.
56
Dolphins Falcons Marlon Davidson iDL Auburn Grady Jarret has needed someone disruptive next to him for years, Davidson is that guy.
57
Texans Jaylon Johnson CB Utah Altheticim and traits to box out receivers on the boundary, able to make plays on the ball and assist in run support. Third best corner on some boards couldn’t pass up value at premier position.
58
Vikings BRONCOS Lloyd Cushenberry III IOL LSU Denver needs a stronger line on both sides of the ball and Lloyd Cushenberry III provides a strong core on offense
59
Seahawks Cameron Dantzler CB Mississippi State CB huge need, not addressed in FA so needed to be done here. Tre Flowers on his own isn’t good enough
60
Ravens BEARS -> JAGUARS Noah Igbinoghene CB Auburn Corners were going thick and fast, so worth a trade up to grab one of our top 3 remaining after the first round.
61
Titans Donovan Peoples-Jones WR Michigan Didn’t quite have the production at Michigan given his status as a five-star recruit and No. 1 wide receiver in his class coming out of high school. That said, his quarterback play has been dreadful and it limited his ability to be more productive. Peoples-Jones has many qualities that make him an appealing NFL prospect and likely a better pro than college player. Will probably be on the roster as WR4 and as a returner
62
Packers Cole Kmet TE Notre Dame Best TE in the draft. Need a difference maker and a space in the room now Graham has left.
63
Chiefs Bryce Hall CB Virginia Ridiculous coverage grades in PFF and balanced athlete to address a weaker area in KC
64
Seahawks BENGALS Kyle Dugger S Lenoir-Rhyne Potential first round talent dropping to the end of the 2nd, can kick Williams into LB if needed, but upgrade needed anyway
Round 3
65
Bengals Netane Muti IOL Fresno State Steal in terms of talent, complete beast on the line, guard huge need for us, injuries the only concern
66
Redskins BEARS Jeremy Chinn S/LB Southern Illinois The bears love small school guys! Many believe that Chinn can be a safety linebacker hybrid. Great at coming down hill and attacking the ball. He should be able to fill the strong safety position the bears are looking for after Amos left and let eddie jackson, the best safety in the league (Jamal Adams is a Jet) play center field again.
67
Lions Ashtyn Davis S California Long term answer at Free Safety, can contribute immediately in nickel packages
68
Jets Josh Uche Edge Mich Massive Mad that the Giants gave us this pick for Leonard Williams lol
69
Panthers FALCONS Troy Dye LB Oregon Can do a little bit of everything between the hashes, adding much needed depth a quality to a thin group
70
Dolphins Isaiah Wilson OT Georgia A day 1 starter in the 3rd round who will keep Tua upright.
71
Chargers Matt Peart T Connecticut Hard to find tackles that move well after the top of the draft. Ex-hoops captain Peart is an exception, and worth a punt at this point with the sure-thing tackles long cleaned off the board.
72
Cardinals Cam Akers RB Florida State Explosive back who is a pass catcher.
73
Jaguars REDSKINS Hunter Bryant TE Washington Best TE available. Serious position of need with Reed released and Vernon Davis retiring
74
Browns Malik Harrison LB Ohio State Bolstering our young LB room
75
Colts TITANS Troy Pride Jr. CB Notre Dame CB Room is currently looking empty with the loss of Logan Ryan and LeShaun Sims. Pride has great coverage skills and wont be forced into a staring role right away allowing him time to develop.
76
Buccaneers Jacob Eason QB Washington A nod to the future with this pick. Huge upside and a chance to learn from the QB whisperer and the Greatest QB of all time (Mark Sanchez plays for the Bucs???)
77
Broncos Chase Claypool WR Notre Dame huge receiver to compliment Sutton and Locks arm and touch
78
Falcons LIONS Michael Pittman Jr WR USC With Julio ageing, need a WR for the future.
79
Jets Matt Hennessey IOL Temple FIll up my cup it’s party time.
80
Raiders Amik Robertson CB Louisiana Tech I wanted to trade up into the second round but this is my favourite 3rd round cornerback prospect, Robertson is athletic, instinctive and he has some of the best ball skills in the class. If he was bigger he’d go in the 2nd, but he plays more physically than his frame suggests, so I think he is a fantastic value here.
81
Raiders Davon Hamilton IDL Ohio State A guy that looks like he was made in a science lab. Incredible in the run game due to his physicality and sheer power. He has room to improve in his pass rushing but due to how much I’ve improved the secondary already (and before the draft they added a fantastic off-ball linebacker too) I love this value – picking up a day one run stuffer with extreme upside
82
Cowboys GIANTS Bryan Edwards WR South Carolina WR room lacking so filling with best available talent.
83
Broncos Tyler Johnson WR Minnesota Giving Lock the reins in year two means giving him weapons. Johnson is a good route runner with enough speed to take the top off whilst has the size to win in contested situations
84
Rams Curtis Weaver Edge Boise State Versatile player can play in different positions. Much needed for the rams defence
85
Lions COWBOYS Terrell Lewis EDGE Alabama Super talented player who should never reach this point. Not an ideal fit for the scheme but a project who could be a big playmaker
86
Bills TEXANS Bradlee Anae EDGE Utah Rated as Top 50 player in the draft – relentless motor high effort player, power rusher prowess in shooting his gap assignments. Strong array of pass rush moves which project well as imalxt starter. Can be day 1 starter at outside linebacker.
87
Patriots STEELERS Jalen Hurts QB Oklahoma The QB depth kept us out of the play-offs last season. Jalen can sit for a year behind Ben to learn the playbook, then we’ll see if it’s time to hand over to a new style of QB in this league.
88
Saints Akeem Davis-Gaither LB APLST ‬ Big area of need for the Saints and Davis-Gaither can compete for a starting sport day 1.
89
Vikings AJ Green CB Oklahoma ST Filled another key position where the vikings have holes with a solid player
90
Texans BILLS Michael Ojemudia CB Iowa Filled a key need and adds depth at CB
91
Raiders BENGALS Jordyn Brooks LB Texas Tech Fills a big need, linebacker depth needed badly, trade made sense to get the guy we wanted
92
Ravens PACKERS Van Jefferson WR Florida Injuries moved him down the board. He’s a value here. Potential day 1 talent.
93
Titans Jake Fromm QB Georgia Fromm is great value at this point in the draft with the potential of either becoming a starter down the line or at least a high-level backup that can handle himself mentally if he’s forced to play as a rookie.
94
Packers PATRIOTS Brycen Hopkins TE Purdue Obviously fills a need but Hopkins can be a big weapon in New England. Could improve blocking but the big,atheltic tight end fits the Patriots system very well
95
Broncos Shane Lemieux OG Oregon Protecting Lock so he can use the weapons we’ve given him is key.
96
Chiefs Jauan Jennings WR Tennessee Plan is to cut Watkins. This guy is not the fastest, but a broken tackle monster running under in the slot.
97
Browns Gabriel Davis WR UCF Need a big bodied WR
98
Patriots Jabari Zuniga EDGE Florida Injuries have hampered him but the upside at this stage of the draft is too tempting. Boom or bust pick we are happy to risk at pick 98
99
Giants DOLPHINS Tyler Biadasz OL Wisconsin
100
Patriots Isaiah Hodgins WR Oregon State Excellent ball skils and size make hima very attractive receiver. Will need to develop a little but we really like his talent. Great production in college obviously doesn’t always translate but it is nice to see
101
Seahawks GIANTS Evan Weaver ILB California Need a playmaker in the secondary. Weaver is it.
102
Steelers PATRIOTS Alohi Gilman S Notre Dame A smart, physical safety that brings everything the Patriots want
103
Eagles COLTS Reggie Robinson II CB Tulsa Won’t play a ton year 1, but a developmental player who could be great.
104
Rams RAIDERS Darnay Holmes CB UCLA Naturally gifted cornerback who is ideal for the slot, smooth and reactive in man coverage, with good recovery speed. Adding this nickel option allows newly added Grant Delpit, Lamarcus Joyner and Johnathan Abram to be more flexible over the top as Holmes earns his spot as the nickel corner for the future. He is also a good returner, as a nice bonus.
105
Vikings Solomon Kindley IOL Georgia Need some help on the O-line. Could be a day 1 starter.
106
Ravens BEARS Anthony Gordon QB WSU I love Nick Foles but is he the long term answer? Trubisky is definitely not the answer. Gordon can sit behind Foles for two years and develop.
Round 4
107
Bengals Ben Bartch OT St. John Small school tackle but dominant in the run game, impressed at the Senior Bowl, potential future RT
108
Redskins Essang Bassey CB Wake Forest Needs at Corner with Dunbar traded and Norman released. I love Bassey who has had 2 excellent years at WF
109
Lions RAIDERS Robert Hunt IOL Louisiana After covering the Raiders key needs, especially on the defensive side of the ball, I took a great value for the O-Line in Hunt. A prospect with heaps of talent, and even more potential to grow. There have been concerns based on his injury in 2019 and he isn’t the most polished prospect, which meant I could get him here at good value and sit him behind veterans Incognito and Hudson and have him develop and play a role when needed.
110
Giants RAMS Saahdiq Charles IOL LSU Despite the rams resigning a lot of there existing linesman they are clearly not getting any younger and was a position of need. Happy that I traded back and got another draft pick as well
111
Texans Jordan Elliott IDL Missouri Top 5 player at position provides interior pass rush, ability to collapse the pocket and fills a need in the front seven.
112
Chargers K.J. Hill WR Ohio State Quality route-runner who falls to this spot because of a lack of speed. Alongside Ekeler and Henry, he helps give Herbert wins in the quick game that will help him adapt to the NFL.
113
Panthers Thaddues Moss TE LSU Add competition for Thomas
114
Cardinals James Lynch DT Baylor Keep adding to the trenches as both o-line and d-line were sub par last year.
115
Browns Terrell Burgess S Utah Need to improve the safety room
116
Jaguars Albert Okwuegbunam TE MIssouri Injuries at TE were a massive issue last year, and a receiving TE is a must to improve our offence.
117
Buccaneers BRONCOS Stanford Samuels III CB Florida State Getting Bouye and adding Stanford Samuels III means the Broncos can play more press coverage at the line allowing Miller and Co to attack the qb
118
Broncos Trey Adams OT Washington Finishing up the line with Adams means the Broncos are set with a strong core in the trenches. We saw him as a second day talent so value here
119
Falcons Ben Bredeson iOL Michigan After the failings of Jamon Brown and James Carpenter, Atlanta needs some competition at the Guard position. Needs some polish.
120
Jets Alton Robinson Edge Syracuse My man Matt Miller has this kid mocked in the second round. What a pick. Jets keep winning this draft.
121
Raiders BENGALS Adam Trautman TE Dayton With Eifert out the door a playmaking TE was needed to add to CJ and Drew Sample who are good blockers
122
Colts EAGLES Antonio Gandy-Golden WR Liberty Needed to add 2 bodies to the room as Greg Ward is 3rd on the depth chart right now.
123
Cowboys Tanner Muse S Clemson Best safety available. Filled a need and one of the BPA on my board at this point
124
Steelers Zack Moss RB Utah An explosive back. A steal in the 4th to compete for a starting job.
125
Patriots David Woodward LB Utah State A second linebacker but with ageing players and ones already out the door we need bodies. At this stage getting a player of Woodward’s abilities feels like a steal. He is all over the field and a nasty tackler. Injuries are a real concern, but he has big upside
126
Rams Julian Blackmon S Utah A great season for the utes. With losing waddle it was a position of need.
127
Eagles BILLS Khalid Kareem Edge Notre Dame solid run defender. fits in well with Bills rotation on the defensive line. Should be able to replicate Shaq Lawsons production by year 2/3
128
Bills EAGLES John Simpson IOL Clemson adding help to the o-line.
129
Ravens SEAHAWKS Larrell Murchison IDL NC State Massive need for Hawks, sure up the inside of the defensive line
130
Saints Logan Stenberg IOL University of Kentucky Upside prospect who can learn and challenge for a starting sport towards the end of the season.
131
Cardinals Reggie Floyd S Virginia Tech Backup and cover piece
132
Vikings K’von Wallace S Clemson Positional back up
133
Seahawks RAVENS Tyre Phillips IOL Mississippi State I think he could be a starter. Big and powerful. Ravens need a powerful OL
134
Falcons Darrell Taylor Edge Tennessee After losing multiple DE players in the off-season, the Falcons need to add depth. Taylor won’t start straight away, but he has amazing athleticism and the best ‘bend’ in college football.
135
Steelers Joe Bachie LB
Michigan State Spartans
Adding depth to the LB room. Bachie is a potential starter on special teams
136
Packers RAVENS Jason Strowbridge DL North Carolina Good rusher, fast and powerful. Potential to be a starter at some point.
137
Jaguars Collin Johnson WR Texas A big bodied WR to help us in the red-zone and on 3rd and mid/short on crossing/curl routes.
138
Chiefs Willy Gay Jnr LB Mississippi Athletic monster, rated as an early 3rd rounder in PFF, great in coverage if he can maintain professionalism
139
Buccaneers Brandon Jones S Texas Best player available. Safety is a position that remains a challenge for the Buccaneers. However, bringing in Jones to bring in more competition might help. Needs work in Man coverage however he’s got talent
140
Jaguars BEARS Harrison Bryant TE Florida Atlantic potential Red Zone threat who can add something that Graham and Burton don’t have.
141
Dolphins Lamical Perine RB Florida Underrated RB who has real explosion
142
Redskins Joe Reed WR Virginia BPA at position of need
143
Ravens Justin Strnad LB Wake Forest A LB who looks and plays like a DB. Injury free he’s a potential starter for the future.
144
Seahawks Hakeem Adeniji OT Kansas Got massive potential. Will be a starter in time, sit behind, learn and gain experience
145
Eagles AJ Dillon RB Boston College Like to have a committee back and Dillon fits that requirement
146
Eagles Logan Wilson LB Wyoming Needs to develop but has the ability to make a starting spot.
Round 5
147
Bengals SEAHAWKS Damien Lewis IOL LSU Beast for LSU. More much needed protection for Russ
148
Panthers Keith Ismael IOL San Diego State Depth required in this position.
149
Lions FALCONS Eno Benjamin RB Arizona State With lacklustre quality of depth, the Falcons need a running back who an do it all. Benjamin is a dynamic runner of the ball, with an uncanny ability to wiggle out of tackles.
150
Giants DOLPHINS Alex Highsmith Edge Charlotte
151
Chargers Josiah Deguara TE Cincinnati Good movement skills with his basketball background, plus, he can block well and he’s got decent hands.
Great TE2 option on day 3 and for the Chargers he’d make a good tandem with Henry
152
Panthers Jacob Phillips LB LSU Backup who could add depth
153
Dolphins Devin Duvernay WR Texas High ceiling prospect but has technical flaws.Could be a real steal
154
Dolphins Shaquille Quarterman LB Miami depth player in a position that lacks any
155
Vikings BUCCANEERS Kevin Dotson IOL Louisiana Lafayette Very solid Offensive Guard who has excellent experience and remarkable consistency. Very explosive and great at combination blocks, however not the best at blocking in space. Can also play most positions on the line
156
49ers JR Reed S Georgia He’s a smart reliable defender who I think will improve around better players and provide depth and cover for the inevitable Jimmy Ward injury
157
Falcons Leki Fotu iDL Utah Atlanta needs DL depth and Fotu can be a contributor in his rookie season, albeit on a rotational basis. If coaching can make him take that next step, Fotu will be a prennial pro-bowler
158
Jets Anthony McFarland Jnr RB Maryland Speed killz
159
Raiders Markus Bailey LB Purdue The Raiders have seriously upgraded their linebacker position this offseason, but adding another one to the depth chart will help, especially in the long run. Markus Bailey is a smart football player with respectable range who can effect both phases of offense.As he gets more experience his football IQ should make him an effective addition to the defense.
160
Colts EAGLES Antoine Brooks Jnr. S Maryland A steal for the Eagles in Round 5.
161
Buccaneers Quintez Cephus WR Wisconsin To add to our impressive core of weapons, I’ve decided to bring Cephus to Tampa to be another option. Excellent route runner. Could easily play an essential role in this offense for the next few years
162
Redskins TJ Brunson LB South Carolina 1/2 Down starter now.
163
Bears REDSKINS Charlie Heck OT North Carolina Might be replacing Richardson
164
Cowboys BENGALS Lynn Bowden Jr WR Kentucky Love the versatility he has, can be very good in the screen game, jet sweeps, even a QB threat. Add to that value as a kick and punt returner. Really glad Burrow has a diverse range of weapons at his disposal
165
Jaguars Josh Metellus S Michigan Versatile defensive back, can pick up sacks and tackles for loss as well as INTs covering down the field. Good spy, decent open field tackler
166
Lions Michael Onwenu iOL Michigan Needed a guard and we could get a medical easily on this one.
167
Bills Antonio Gibson RB Memphis Natural playmaker and perfect fit for a Daboll offense
168
Eagles Kalija Lipscomb WR Vanderbilt High upside receiver. Now strong at a position that is weak.
169
Saints Jared Pinkney TE Vanderbilt Potential Cook replacement
170
Jaguars Anfernee Jennings Edge Alabama Fast physical rusher, can beat the O-line in multiple different ways. Good tackler in run D, can break-up passes as a spy.
171
Texans Darrynton Evans RB Appalachian State Top 10 prospect at the position with the ability to run beentwee the tackles and shows promising ability as a 1-cut, downhill runner. Value pickup at this stage in the process.
172
Lions 49ers Colby Parkingson TE Stanford A huge red zone target for Jimmy G. Hopefully taking eyes and pressure off kittle
173
Dolphins Kenny Willekes Edge Michigan State Developmental prospect.
174
Titans Rashard Lawrence IDL LSU Best player left on my board by a long way and with Casey and Austin Johnson gone a definite need.
175
Packers Jack Driscoll OT Auburn A developmental tackle who could start week one in a pinch. The Packers have their Buluga successor.
176
49ers Alex Taylor OT South Carolina State Can be flexible on the O-Line so should see the field in 2020.
177
Chiefs Ke’Shawn Vaughn RB Vanderbilt Nice all rounder with good hands for the passing game in Reid’s scheme
178
Broncos Michael Divinity Jr. Edge LSU Miller won’t be around forever so need to start to find a replacement
179
Cowboys Devin Asiasi TE UCLA Jarwin isn’t the long term answer. Asiasi has shown he can play to an NFL standard.
Round 6
180
Bengals RAIDERS Nick Coe EDGE Auburn An upside selection to help out with the depth on the D-Line, a player who has to diversify his moves and build on his raw ability, but who could come in for some reps and hopefully earn a larger role in the future.
181
Broncos Harrison Hand CB Temple a good developmental prospect who can possibly be converted to Safety. Hand is great in cover three
182
Lions JAGUARS Calvin Throckmorton OT Oregon Great footwork and handwork makes up for being a little undersized. There’s potential here in a position of need.
183
Giants RAIDERS Benito Jones IDL Ole Miss An absolute unit. He is a beast, at over 320lbs, but he moves really well for his size and while he can absorb blocks, he can get off them too. With the last pick in the draft, I love the value at a position that benefits from rotational depth and Jones could develop into a starter if he builds on his surprising athleticism with efficient technique.
184
Panthers JJ Taylor RB Arizona
185
Dolphins Lamar Jackson CB Nebraska
186
Chargers Malcolm Perry WR Navy Offensive weapon, in terms of becoming a WR, but would also be comfortable taking snaps as a running back or wildcat QB. Perry would allow the Chargers to get creative on offense and put in an offensive package specially for Perry. High character guy and will be a core special teamer, to replace the likes of Adrian Phillips, Derek Watt and Geremy Davis.
187
Browns Robert Windsor DT Penn State Need a young DT
188
Bills Colton McKivitz OT West Virginia Developmental Swing tackle who can play guard. Plays tough and nasty. Youth needed on the OL
189
Jaguars Mykal Walker LB Fresno State A dynamic linebacker, decent at pass rushing, run stopping and coverage as required. Reads the play well and looks to get involved.
190
Eagles Geno Stone S Iowa Massive steal for the 6th round. Could see the field in 2020.
191
Jets Binjimen Victor WR Ohio Adam Sandler really didn’t announce this one well
192
Packers Bravvion Roy IDL Baylor Developmental prospect 
193
Colts Rodrigo Blankenship PK Georgia arguably the best kicker out of college in 2019. 46/56 field goals during last 2 years with a long of 53. Big Vin needs to retire
194
Buccaneers McTelvin Agim IDL Arkansas Only switched to IDL last year but has great athleticism and speed. Developmental player who best aligns to 3T but can learn under Suh, Bowles and Vea.
195
Patriots James Morgan QB Florida International QB is an obvious need and while things didn’t work out at the top of the draft, we like adding an interesting prospect in Morgan. He is a developmental prospect but he has a lot of things we like in a QB
196
Bears Darnall Mooney WR Tulane Quick, flashy WR who could make the 53.
197
Colts De’Jon Harris LB Arkansas Had 102 tackles and 2 forced fumbles in 2019. a thickly set run defender
198
Patriots Mitchell Wilcox TE South Florida We wanted to add some passing options in this draft and Wilcox is another of those. Has limitations but he can be productive at the next lwvel
199
Rams Davion Taylor LB Colorado Underrated linebacker needed for the rams. Good combine but poor senior bowl
200
Bears Richie Grant S UCF Depth at Safety needed
201
Vikings Jonathan Garvin DE Miami Depth on the edge, good potential.
202
Cardinals James Smith-Williams DL North Carolina State More D-Line depth.
203
Saints Myles Bryant CB Washington underrated Press Man Cover corner. Will make the 53.
204
Patriots Quartney Davis WR Texas A&M Another option on offence. He’s a slot receiver that we think is capable of more production than he showed in college. We put that down to QB play. Needs some work but has talent
205
Vikings Nate Stanley QB Iowa Depth at QB
206
Jaguars Javaris Davis CB Auburn Bring our boy home to add depth in coverage.
207
Bills James Proche WR SMU Great hands and ball skills. Good production and should fit well in the Bills offense
208
Packers John Hightower WR Boise State High ceiling prospect who is a steal in rd 6. BPA
209
Packers RAVENS Darryl Williams OL Mississippi State Can play C or G so flexible on positions.
210
49ers Lavert Hill CB Michigan Quick corner who could provide competition at slot corner
211
Jets Dane Jackson CB Pittsburgh High ceiling player who could should add nice depth to the Jets Corner room. Potential to move to safety if needed.
212
Patriots Michael Warren RB Cincinnati Not expecting to get a star here but he is a solid player that can contribute.
213
Patriots Scott Frantz OT Kansas State At this stage we are just looking for depth and he was our favourite OT remaining on the board
214
Seahawks BENGALS Trevis Gipson DE Tulsa A player with solid potential to add to the edge depth with Dunlap, Lawson and Hubbard
Round 7
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Bengals RAVENS Yasir Durant OL Missouri Upside prospect who could make the 53.
216
Redskins Cameron Brown LB Penn State Added depth to the LB room
217
49ers Mohamed Barry LB Nebraska Big mobile and will contribute on special teams
218
Giants DOLPHINS Cheyenne O’Grady TE Arkansas Area of need. See if he can elevate his game to the NFL standard
219
Vikings Deejay Dallas RB Miami Potential explosive back.
220
Chargers Khalil Davis DT Nebraska When drafting for developmental punts this late you want an NFL-ready trait to hang your hat on. How does “4.76 speed at 308” sound as an NFL trait? That’s what Khalil Davis has.
221
Panthers Myles Dorn S North Carolina High upside S, position of need. 
222
Cardinals Michael Turk P Arizona State Impressive punter who made headlines at the combine.
223
Jaguars Khaleke Hudson S Michigan A good all-rounder to add depth in our secondary/linebacking corp.
224
Titans Nick Harris IOL Washington have an early 3rd round grade on Harris so to pick him up in the 7th is a steal.
225
Ravens SEAHAWKS Raequan Wiiliams DT Michigan State Good depth to the defensive line
226
Bears Raymond Calais RB Louisiana-Lafayette Has good control but tape looks slow. Worth a look to see if he can make the 53.
227
Dolphins Aaron Parker WR Rhode Island small school burner who has a shot at making the 53.
228
Falcons Joey Magnifico TE Memphis Another underrated prospect from Memphis, Magnifico has only had two seasons playing TE but has flashed the goods in all aspects. A developmental prospect to be sure, but could yield starter for years to come.
229
Redskins Jeff Thomas WR Miami Developmental prospect with upside. 
230
Patriots Jalen Elliott S Notre Dame A position we want to get young at. He is a tough tackler and can contribute on what is already a strength of the team
231
Cowboys Kindle Vildor CB Georgia Southern BPA will make the 53
232
Steelers PATRIOTS Tyler Clark IDL Georgia A position we wanted some depth at. The best remaining player
233
Bears Trevon Hill EDGE Miami Not great tape but good character guy. Could develop.
234
Rams Trishton Jackson Wr Syracuse Love this guys potential to try and get in the roster
235
Patriots Kendrick Rogers WR Texas A&M A talented WR that at this stage is a bit of a flyer
236
Packers RAVENS Quez Watkins WR Southern Mississippi Fast, good receiver and he is improving all the time. Potential future Pro Bowler.
237
Broncos Jaylinn Hawkins S California Excellent special teamer who with the Fangio treatment could make it to S3 on the depth chart.
238
Giants COWBOYS Trystan Colon-Castillo C Missouri Needed additional helped at C after a shock retirement
239
Bills Robert Landers IDL Ohio State College Veteran with similar measurables to Ed Oliver. Fairly productive and worth a shot in the 7th
240
Texans Josiah Scott CB MICHIGAN STATE Primed special team contributor who is undersized but may have the upside to become a rotational contributor on the inside and out. Notorious for work ethic and ability to play inside as well as out.
241
Patriots Carter Coughlin Edge Minnesota Can never have too many edge rushers and in the seventh he is good value
242
Packers Levonta Taylor CB Florida State Shown skills in touch situations. had the character to overcome challenges.
243
Titans James Robinson RB Illinois State Developmental prospect.
244
Browns Kendall Coleman DL Syracuse Best player at position of need
245
49ers Stephen Guidry WR Mississippi State Good size and speed, With an unusual skill set in a position that has a lot of question marks for the Niners
246
Dolphins RAMS Jake Hanson OL Oregon Projects to start on special teams with the view of challenging for a spot in 2020
247
Giants DOLPHINS Chris Orr LB Wisconsin Adding depth, upside prospect.
248
Texans BILLS Cole McDonald QB Hawaii Long term answer at back up QB because Barkley is trash
249
Vikings Marquez Callaway WR Tennessee More depth at WR
250
Texans EAGLES QB Oregon State Surprise to get him here. Needs time to develop but could be a useful back-up in the NFL
251
Dolphins RAMS Dominik Eberle PK Utah State Needed a Kicker, best available
252
Broncos Justin Herron OT Wake Forest Adding depth across the line
253
Vikings Cameron Clark OT Charlotte Shown flashes of talent, needs to work on consistency and technique.
254
Broncos Trajan Bandy CB Miami Getting a four star prospect this late is robbery. adding depth also to the stacked Cornerback room
255
Giants Dalton Keane TE Virgina Tech

Almost all the comments were written by the GMs who took part. They explain why they took the pick when they did. 

Next week we will have a very special guest go through this mock draft to analyse how well people did. 

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