Individual Mock Draft 3.0
Browns QB Sam Darnold, USC - Darnold is ready now and is the franchise QB that Cleveland fans deserve
Giants RB Saquon Barkley, Penn State - Prefer to see Rosen here or Chubb but Giants take the best player available to create a madden offense.
Jets QB Josh Rosen, UCLA - Arguably the best QB in the draft and has the best attitude, Mayfield in strong consideration
Browns DE Bradley Chubb, North Carolina State - Grabbing franchise QB a few picks earlier they add the best pass rusher in the draft to pair with the best from last years draft
Broncos G Quenton Nelson, Notre Dame - Broncos also looking for that franchise QB but go with a consensus top 3 player and future pro bowler
Bills (Via Trade) QB Josh Allen, Wyoming - Bills were looking to move up but Browns and Broncos had their guys so Colts trade back and acquire additional help
Bucs S Derwin James, Florida State - Perhaps the most dynamic defender and doesn't have to travel very far to go to his new team
Bears LB Roquan Smith, Alabama - Smith is the future of the Bears defense a true sideline to sideline thumper. Fangio could bang the table for Landry here.
49ers LB Tremaine Edmunds, Virginia Tech - Perhaps the highest ceiling of any player in the draft the 49ers likely have a major need here after the Foster news
Ravens (Via Trade) QB Lamar Jackson, Louisville - Fearing both the Cardinals and Dolphins may select Jackson the Raven make a move to grab the next face of the franchise.
Dolphins DL Vita Vea, Washington - Could go QB here but with Suh going to La La Land the interior run defense needs an upgrade
Colts (Via Trade) S Minkah Fitzpatrick, Alabama - Traded back and still landed an immediate impact player, Minkah can play anywhere and Colts need help everywhere
Redskins CB Denzel Ward, Ohio State - Redskins were hoping for Vea but Ward can come in a be a day 1 starter. Guice also a strong possibility.
Packers CB Jaire Alexander, Louisville - Randall traded to the Browns and the Pack have a need at corner, seems like a logical fit.
Cardinals QB Baker Mayfield, Oklahoma - Palmer is retired and Bradford is always a liability, hope is for Mayfield to sit and learn but we know he'll be in sooner than later.
Raiders (Via Trade) OT Mike McGlinchey, Notre Dame - Raiders watched the top to LBs come off the board so they traded back, Penn is getting older and will need to be replaced at some point.
Chargers DT Da'Ron Payne, Alabama - With a top pairing of bookends already in place the Chargers plop a run stuffer in between them.
Seahawks DE Harold Landry, Boston College - Seahawks have some holes on defense and could go corner here but Bennett is gone and Clark could be a FA next season.
Cowboys WR Courtland Sutton, SMU - Sutton has the greatest potential to be a WR1 in this league with his size and catch point.
Lions DE Marcus Davenport, UTSA - Ansah got some big bucks on the franchise tag, Detroit might have gone RB here but a cheaper Ansah is ideal.
Bengals C James Daniels, Iowa - Regarded as the best all around Center in the draft the Bengals address a need in their interior line.
Colts( Via Trade) G Will Hernandez, UTEP - Protecting Luck is a major concern and with Hernandez in the middle that should make Luck feel better.
Patriots OT Kolton Miller, UCLA - There were earlier rumblings that Miller could go higher especially because the OT class isn't very strong.
Panthers WR DJ Moore, Maryland - Let's give Newton at least one viable weapon at least one time. Moore is considered by many as the top receiver in this draft.
Titans LB Leighton Vander Esche, Boise State - The loss of Avery Williamson is real and a major hole in the Titans defence, a hole the LVE can plug right away even with medical concerns.
Falcons DT Taven Bryan, Florida - Many people have Bryan mocked to the Falcons and this seems like the perfect landing spot.
Saints TE Dallas Goedert, South Dakota State - I'm hearing Hurst is in play here but I love everything Goedert could do in this offense.
Steelers LB Rashaan Evans, Alabama - Michel (Bell Insurance) and Rudolph (Roethlisberger replacement) are strong considerations here but give me Evans.
Jaguars WR Calvin Ridley, Alabama - Ridley steps in an becomes the best receiver in the building, Jags may look at interior o-line with this pick as well.
Vikings G Isiah Wynn, Georgia - Vikings get a steal here with Wynn and address their own interior o-line. Ragnow and Price considered here as well.
Patriots G Frank Ragnow, Arkansas - After grabbing Solders replacement in Ragnow the Pats add some more beef with C/G Ragnow.
Eagles RB Derrius Guice, LSU - This becomes a no doubter and an absolute gift for the Super Bowl Champions.