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Final Mock Draft - Full 1st round

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Here it is. Final mock. Full first round. Featuring trades and a full Titans mock and 3 round AFCS mock


1) Cleveland - Josh Allen - QB 


2) NYG - Bradley Chubb - DE


3) NYJ - Sam Darnold - QB


4) Buffalo - Josh Rosen - QB


TRADE - Buffalo sends Cleveland picks 12, 22, 96 and a future 3rd for pick #4 (Cleveland now has picks 12, 22, 33, 35, and 96 in the top 100)


5) Denver - Saquon Barkley - RB


6) Indy - Quenton Nelson - G


7) Tampa - Derwin James - S


8) Arizona - Baker Mayfield - QB


- Arizona trades pick #15, #47 and a future 2nd to move up to #8 and grab their QBOF... Chicago now owns pick #15, #39, #47 in the top 50


9) SF - Tremaine Edmunds - ILB


10) Oakland - Denzel Ward - CB


11) Miami - Minkah Fitzpatrick - S


12) Cleveland - Kolton Miller - LT


13) Washington - Vita Vae - NT


14) Green Bay - Roquan Smith - ILB 


15) Chicago - DJ Moore - WR


16) Balt - Marcus Davenport - OLB


17) LAC - Harold Landry - OLB


18) NE - Mike McGlinchey - OT


TRADE - NE sends pick #23 and #64 to Seattle for pick #18


19) Dal - Leighton Vander Esch - ILB


20) Detroit - Da’Ron Payne - DT


21) Cincy - Lamar Jackson - QB


22) Cleveland - Josh Jackson - CB


23) Seattle - Will Hernandez - OG


24) Carolina - Calvin Ridley - WR


25) Cleveland - Derrius Guice - RB


Cleveland sends TN picks 33, 96, and a future 3rd as well as flipping 4th rounders for pick #25 


26) ATL - Taven Bryan - DT


27) NO - Hayden Hurst - TE


28) Pittsburgh - Justin Reid - S


29) Jax - Dallas Goedart - TE


30) Minnesota - Isiah Wynn - OG


31) NE - Mike Gesicki - TE


32) Philly - Frank Ragnow - C


Titans Mock


2) Rashaan Evans - ILB

2) Dorance Armstrong - OLB

3) Jessie Bates - S

3) Dante Pettis - WR

4) Mark Walton - RB

5) Andrew Brown - DT

6) Perry Nickerson - CB




3) Desmond Harrison - OT

3) Carlton Davis - CB

3) Troy Fumagalli - TE

4) PJ Hill - DT




1) Quenton Nelson - OG

2) Courtland Sutton - WR

2) Maurice Hurst - DT

2) Malik Jefferson - ILB

3) Kevin Tolliver - CB

4) Marcus Allen - SS

5) Rashad Penny - RB




1) Dallas Goedart - TE

2) Josey Jewell - ILB

3) Dasean Hamilton -  WR

4) Deshon Elliott - SS

5) Ogbonnia Oronkwo - DE


I struggled with the Cincy and Pitt picks... I have Cincy not being able to pass up Jackson and Pitt taking the best S available and getting an ILB like Darius Leonard in the 2nd round. 

Edited by Kyle021

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Final, why, you have no job.  You should be able to pump out one an hour unless your porn shoots are taking all your time.

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5 minutes ago, Jonboy said:

I wouldn't be surprised at all if they traded out of the 1st. 


Supposedly NFL teams feel the strength of the draft is in the middle rounds, I wouldn't be opposed to trading back and gathering an additional 3rd or 4th.

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Not sure I see Cleveland trading for a massive number of picks in this draft.  They already have a bunch of picks.  Maybe they could get some picks next year.

They might be better staying put, taking a QB and a guy like Chubb or Barkley and then trading two of their 2nds to get another blue chip player or player of need.  Obviously they need an OT so I could see them trading both early 2nds to move up for that. 


Think about it.  Cleveland could come out with a QB and two high quality starters.  And still have a late 2nd and other picks to compliment their roster.

Edited by Soxcat

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I think it was goodmorning football this morning that did a mock and had the browns getting Barkley at 1 and Chubb at 4 if they did that and then maybe used their second round picks to maybe trade up for a Lamar jackson or possibly mason Rudolph that would be a pretty good draft for them

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I've thought of those scenarios as well including trading with Buffalo and using the 12 for the best QB remaining.  But that scenario might be the best yet.  They have three 2nd round picks and most certainly can package them to get a good QB.  They arguably get two of the best players in the draft and a viable QB.  Only issue might be the OT they desperately need. 

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I actually think your scenario i just read on the other post could be perfect for them with the trade with buffalo then they could get the best pass rusher and then take a QB and tackle with their next picks and then still have all their 2nd rounders for receiver and db help

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51 minutes ago, Jamalisms said:

Bates is likelier in the 1st than the 3rd..

Note a fan of Bates, good coverage safety but huge liability in the run.

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If the Browns don’t take the best qb on the board with the first pick, then all the effort to get in this spot is wasted. They already have five picks, four of them are in the sweet spots of rounds one and two. The perfect spots of this draft belong to them. Why give that up?  


Get QB. 

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