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My top 100 big board and 2 round mock

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1. DE Chase Young, Ohio State

2. QB Joe Burrow, LSU

3. CB Jeff Okudah, Ohio State

4. QB Tua Tagovailao, Alabama

5. DT Derrick Brown, Auburn

6. LB Isaiah Simmons, Clemson

7. WR Jerry Jeudy, Alabama

8. OT Jedrick Wills, Alabama

9. OT Andrew Thomas, Georgia

10. WR CeeDee Lamb, Oklahoma

11. DT Javon Kinlaw, South Carolina

12. OT Tristan Wirfs, Iowa

13. DE AJ Epenesa, Iowa

14. WR Henry Ruggs III, Alabama

15. CB Kristian Fulton, LSU

16. QB Justin Herbert, Oregon

17. S Grant Delpit, LSU

18. S Xavier McKinney, Alabama

19. OT Josh Jones, Houston

20. DE K'Lavon Chaisson, LSU

21. OT Mekhi Becton, Louisville

22. CB Trevon Diggs, Alabama

23. WR Laviska Chevault, Colorado

24. CB CJ Henderson, Florida

25. WR Tee Higgins, Clemson

26. RB D'Andre Swift, Georgia

27. DE Yetur Gross-Matos, Penn State

28. LB Kenneth Murray, Oklahoma

29. QB Jordan Love, Utah State

30. DE Julian Okwara, Notre Dame

31. WR Jaelen Reagor, TCU

32. RB JK Dobbins, Ohio State

33. RB Jonathan Taylor, Wisconsin

34. OT Austin Jackson, USC

35. DT Marlon Davidson, Auburn

36. LB Patrick Queen, LSU

37. CB Noah Ighbinoghne, Auburn

38. DT Neville Gallimore, Oklahoma

39. CB Jeff Gladney, TCU

40. WR Brandon Aiyuk, Arizona State

41. WR Justin Jefferson, LSU

42. CB AJ Terrell, Clemson

43. QB Jacob Eason, Washington

44. DE Terrell Lewis, Alabama

45. CB Jaylon Johnson, Utah

46. LB Zach Baun, Wisconsin

47. WR Denzel Mims, Baylor

48. DT Ross Blacklock, TCU

49. S Ashtyn Davis, Cal

50. DT Jordan Elliot, Missouri

51. TE Cole Kmet, Notre Dame

52. DE Curtis Weaver, Boise State

53. CB Cameron Dantzler, Texas A&M

54. CB Bryce Hall, Virginia

55. DT Justin Madubuike, Texas A&M

56. QB Jake Fromm, Georgia

57. WR KJ Hamler, Penn State

58. C Tyler Biadacz, Wisconsin

59. WR KJ Hill, Ohio State

60. TE Hunter Bryant, Washington

61. TE Adam Trautmann, Dayton

62. CB Damon Arnette, Ohio State

63. OT Prince Tega Wanogho, Auburn

64. G Damien Lewis, LSU

65. DT Raekwon Davis, Alabama

66. LB Akeem Davis-Gaither, Appalachian State

67. S Antoine Winfield Jr, Minnesota

68. OT Isaiah Wilson, Georgia

69. DE Bradley Anae, Utah

70. OT Robert Hunt, LA Lafayette

71. WR Donovan Peoples-Jones, Michigan

72. G Jonah Jackson, Ohio State

73. OT Lucas Niang, TCU

74. S Terrell Burgess, Utah

75. CB Troy Pride Jr, Notre Dame

76. QB Jalen Hurts, Alabama

77. RB Clyde Edwards-Hellaire, LSU

78. C Lloyd Cushenberry III, LSU

79. WR Tyler Johnson, Minnesota

80. WR Van Jefferson, Florida

81. OT Trey Adams, Washington

82. RB Cam Akers, Florida State

83. TE Brycen Hopkins, Purdue

84. LB Troy Dye, Oregon

85. C Cesar Ruiz, Michigan

86. LB Josh Uche, Michigan

87. G Netane Muti, Fresno State

88. RB Zach Moss, Utah

89. WR Michael Pittman Jr, USC

90. CB Darnay Holmes, UCLA

91. G Solomon Kindley, Georgia

92. WR Chase Claypool, Notre Dame

93. WR Jauan Jennings, Tennessee

94. DT Leki Fotu, Utah

95. DT Davon Hamilton, Ohio State

96. S Kyle Dugger, Lenoir-Rhyne

97. G Calvin Throckmorton, Oregon

98. DE Darrell Taylor, Tennessee

99. DE Jonathan Greenard, Florida

100. C Nick Harris, Washington

 

Mock

1. Bengals - QB Joe Burrow, LSU: This one is an obvious pick. Fits a need and is the most important position in football.

 

2. Redskins - DE Chase Young, OSU: Not necessarily a big need for them but clearly the BPA and an amazing talent.

 

3. Lions - CB Jeff Okudah, OSU: I think they are in a prime spot to trade down with a QB needy team. If they stay put Okudah is too good to pass on.

 

4. Giants - LB Isaiah Simmons, Clemson: OT is a bigger need but this guy is too good to pass on. He can be moved all over the defense and make a huge impact.

 

5. Dolphins - QB Tua Tagovailoa, Alabama: Assuming he's healthy this is a no brainer. 

 

6. Chargers - QB Justin Herbert, Oregon: After moving on from Rivers it's time to draft his replacement. 

 

7. Panthers - DT Derrick Brown, Auburn: BPA and fills a huge need on their pourous run D.

 

8. Cardinals - OT Jedrick Wills, Alabama: Protecting Murray has got to be priority #1 this year.

 

9. Jaguars - WR Jerry Jeudy, Alabama: Hard to pass on an elite talent like Jeudy here. They need more explosive weapons on offense. 

 

10. Browns - OT Andrew Thomas, Georgia: OT is by far their biggest need. Thomas can start at LT day 1.

 

11. Jets - OT Mekhi Becton, Louisville: Lamb was tempting here but the Jet's front office are huge believers in building the trenches first.

 

12. Raiders - QB Jordan Love, Utah State: All indications are Gruden isn't enamored with Carr long term. Love is the opposite of Carr in every way.

 

13. Colts - WR CeeDee Lamb, Oklahoma: They missed out on the QBs so they settle for the BPA. They really struggled at WR in 2019.

 

14. Bucs - OT Tristan Wirfs, Iowa: Winston probably returns so they need to focus on giving him more time to throw. They have a need at both tackle spots.

 

15. Broncos - DT Javon Kinlaw, South Carolina: A top 10 talent falls to 15. They are losing some DL talent to free agency.

 

16. Falcons - DE AJ Epenesa, Iowa: Fills a huge need for them at end.

 

17. Cowboys - CB Kristian Fulton, LSU: Byron Jones is a FA they won't be able to afford. Fulton fits value and need.

 

18. Dolphins - OT Josh Jones, Houston: Miami's OL was terrible in 2019. Jones is flying up the boards after dominating the Senior Bowl.

 

19. Raiders - WR Henry Ruggs III, Alabama: Raiders get the deep threat on offense they desperately need.

 

20. Jaguars - CB CJ Henderson, Florida: Jags replace the hole left by Ramsey with a super talented man corner.

 

21. Eagles - S Grant Delpit, LSU: Both of their starting safeties are free agents. Delpit had a down 2019 but looked like a future top 10 pick his sophomore year.

 

22. Bills - WR Tee Higgins, Clemson: Adding size at WR is a must for the Bills.

 

23. Patriots - S Xavier McKinney, Alabama: This guy has Pats written all over him. He is very smart and is good at all facets.

 

24. Saints - WR Laviska Chevault, Colorado: Chevault is a big athletic freak who will be a nice versatile toy for Payton.

 

25. Dolphins - RB D'Andre Swift, Georgia: Miami's run game was terrible in 2019. Swift is the complete package at back.

 

26. Vikings - CB Trevon Diggs, Alabama: Corner was a huge issue for Minnesota in 2019. Diggs is a great fit for their coverage scheme. Also joins his brother.

 

27. Seahawks - DE K'Lavon Chaisson, LSU: Seattle struggled to put pressure on the QB this year. 

 

28. Ravens - LB Kenneth Murray, Oklahoma: Super athletic sideline to sideline backer who can do it all for the Ravens unique defensive scheme.

 

29. Titans - DE Yetur Gross-Matos, Penn State: Despite a solid 2019 season the Titans D had issues with pressuring the QB.

 

30. Packers - WR Jalen Reagor, TCU: Explosive athlete who had a steep drop in production due to terrible QB play. Adds a weapon to an offense in desperate need of more.

 

31. 49ers - OT Austin Jackson, USC: Jackson has all the tools to be a franchise LT. Staley is still a stud but getting older.

 

32. Chiefs - CB Jeff Gladney, TCU: KC already had a need at corner before free agency hits them hard. Gladney is on the lighter side but is tough as nails.

 

33. Bengals - CB Noah Igbinoghne, Auburn

34. Colts - QB Jacob Eason, Washington

35. Lions - DE Julian Okwara, Notre Dame

36. Giants - DE Terrell Lewis, Alabama

37. Chargers - RB Jonathan Taylor, Wisconsin

38. Panthers - LB Patrick Queen, LSU

39. Dolphins - DT Marlon Davidson, Auburn

40. Cardinals - WR Brandon Aiyuk, Arizona State

41. Browns - S Ashtyn Davis, Cal

42. Jaguars - DT Jordan Elliot, Missouri

43. Bears - TE Cole Kmet, Notre Dame

44. Colts - CB AJ Terrell, Clemson

45. Bucs - DT Neville Gallimore, Oklahoma

46. Broncos - WR Justin Jefferson, LSU

47. Falcons - RB JK Dobbins, OSU

48. Jets - DE Curtis Weaver, Boise State

49. Stealers - LB Zack Baun, Wisconsin

50. Bears - CB Jaylon Johnson, Utah

51. Cowboys - WR Denzel Mims, Baylor

52. Rams - C Tyler Biadasz, Wisconsin

53. Eagles - WR KJ Hamler, Penn State

54. Bills - CB Cameron Dantzler, Mississippi State

55. Falcons - DT Ross Blacklock, TCU

56. Dolphins - CB Damon Arnette, OSU

57. Texans - CB Troy Pride Jr, Notre Dame

58. Vikings - DT Justin Madubuike, Texas A&M

59. Seahawks - CB Bryce Hall, Virginia

60. Ravens - WR KJ Hill, OSU

61. Titans - OT Isaiah Wilson, Georgia

62. Packers - TE Adam Trautmann, Dayton

63. 49ers - WR Donovan Peoples-Jones, Michigan

64. Chiefs - G Damien Lewis, LSU

 

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4 hours ago, Jason said:

Passing on Patrick Queen?

 

Good work otherwise.

Yeah I debated it. Just think the NFL values corners way above linebackers these days.

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Oh man where’s my guy Devin Duvernay?? Can’t believe one of my favorite players in the entire draft didn’t even crack the top 100. He must be 101. 😝

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I keep grabbing Duverney in 5th and sometimes 6th round of mocks I am doing - he’s one of my favorite WR targets who might slide. 

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20 minutes ago, membengal said:

I keep grabbing Duverney in 5th and sometimes 6th round of mocks I am doing - he’s one of my favorite WR targets who might slide. 

I’ve been seeing the same thing. If he does indeed last that long he’s going to be an absolute STEAL for some lucky team. Sure hope it’s us!

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I don`t know anything about Devin Duvernay or follow many college prospects until draft time comes around and look up who people like for us but just looked up his catches against LSU on Youtube and man impressive, the guy was a beast. 

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4 hours ago, spicoli said:

Oh man where’s my guy Devin Duvernay?? Can’t believe one of my favorite players in the entire draft didn’t even crack the top 100. He must be 101. 😝

I have a huge excel spreadsheet for player rankings. I have put every expert and writer's rankings I have found into it and it averages them out. Some are a little older so they don't include the senior bowl stock boost. I use my opinion on the guys to tweak it a bit. 

 

I'd have to look but I think Devernay falls outside the top 100 around 105-110. There's so many good receivers in this class it is muddled there between WR10 to WR30

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4 hours ago, akiliMVP said:

Yeah I debated it. Just think the NFL values corners way above linebackers these days.

True. But I feel just a little better about our CBs than our LBs, and a better CB will be available in 3 than the next LB. 

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Here was my latest mock this AM on fanspeak - I traded back twice in the 2nd to pick up an extra 4th and 5th. I really like this one. Used Matt Miller's updated Big Board - computer making selections for all but the Bengals:

1: R1P1
QB JOE BURROW
LSU

55: R2P23
CB NOAH IGBINOGHENE
AUBURN

65: R3P1
LB MALIK HARRISON
OHIO STATE

104: R4P1
WR DENZEL MIMS
BAYLOR

115: R4P12
G DAMIEN LEWIS
LSU

147: R5P1
OT TREY ADAMS
WASHINGTON

157: R5P11
G JONAH JACKSON
OHIO STATE

180: R6P1
S JEREMY CHINN
SOUTHERN ILLINOIS

215: R7P1
EDGE TREVIS GIPSON
TULSA

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Am I missing Chad Tyler Johnson or is he not listed? 

 

EDIT: I see him at 79 but not in the draft. I'd be happy with him at 33, but he may noy make it past NE's 1st

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2 hours ago, bfine said:

Am I missing Chad Tyler Johnson or is he not listed? 

 

EDIT: I see him at 79 but not in the draft. I'd be happy with him at 33, but he may noy make it past NE's 1strpute

Not super high on him. He's a good route runner but doesn't separate well enough for me to take take him that high. Again this is a stupid talented draft class so there are going to be some good guys being pushed down.

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2 hours ago, akiliMVP said:

Not super high on him. He's a good route runner but doesn't separate well enough for me to take take him that high. Again this is a stupid talented draft class so there are going to be some good guys being pushed down.

Dude has separated good enough to  have about 160 catches. for 2500ish yards, and 25 TDs in the last couple years. This against Big 10 competition with nothing else on his team. In 2017 the Gophers had 9 total TD receptions, TJ had 7. 

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