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Donny's Contest Mock
Published at 4/27/2017 3:14:13 AM

This is my finalized mock draft! Trades included.

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Round 1

1. Browns: Myles Garrett, Defensive End, Texas A&M

If they skip on a once in a life time prospect like Garrett for a mediocre QB, i will be livid.. but that would be the most Browns things to do lol. Garrett is a cannot miss future pro bowler, he should and will be the Pick

Pro Comparison: A bigger Khalil Mack


2. 49ers: Jamal Adams, Strong Safety, LSU

The 49ers could go so many different directions here.. QB, RB, Pass Rusher, D-Line, DB,Trade back... its so hard to gauge on what they will do. I think it comes down to Adams, Thomas, and Trubinsky. John Lynch pulls the trigger on the fellow Safety.

Pro Comparison: Keanu Neal


3. Bears: Jonathan Allen, Defensive Tackle, Alabama

The motor on this guy is non stop! The worries about arthritis is bs... it wouldnt even affect him till later on in his life. Bears would be very smart to grab him at #3 if he is still there.


Pro Comparison: Aaron Donald


4. Browns: Mitch Trubisky, Quarterback, North Carolina

#12, #33, #185 From Browns for Jaguars #4

After trading back and then back up, they still get the QB that they wanted at 1. they smartly go with Garrett at one, and get the QB they wanted as well, this is their dream scenario. I way rather them go this route then give the Patriots this pick for Garoppolo. Maybe Trubisky can be the first good QB the Browns have had in a long while.


Pro Comparison: Jimmy Garoppolo


5. Titans: Marshon Lattimore, Cornerback, Ohio State

Lattimore is the best CB in the draft full of good CBs. He will be the first one chosen, and after him its truly up for grabs for the order the rest will be taken Titans should get him for sure if hes available.


Pro Comparison: Desmond Trufant




6. Jets: Solomon Thomas, Defensive End, Stanford

Their head coach came from Arizona and loved rushing the passer there, but for the last two years they have had no decent pass rusher. If Thomas falls to them at 6, they will run to the podium.

Pro Comparison: Michael Bennett


7. Jaguars: Leonard Fournette, Running Back, LSU

#12, #68, #148 From Jaguars for Chargers #7

After trading back, and then back up, they grab an extra second round pick and still get their guy in Fournette. Fournette is one of the best RB prospects to come out in a long time!


Pro Comparison: Adrian Peterson


8. Panthers: John Ross, Wide Receiver, Washington

4.22 Thats all i have to say. Tavon Austin went 8th overall when he was drafted for his speed.. Ross is faster and slightly bigger. Im a big believer he will crack the top 12. Also, the Panthers lost their speed guy in Ted Ginn, so this fills the void.

Pro Comparison: Brandin Cooks


9. Saints: O.J. Howard, Tight End, Alabama

#11, #103, #196 From Saints for Bengals #9

Saints trade up two picks for what they hope is their next Jimmy Graham. Brees will fall in love with him right away, making them a more dangerous team immediately. Hes also a polished blocker, so he will help in the run game as well.

Pro Comparison: Greg Olsen.


10. Bills: Mike Williams, Wide Receiver, Clemson

I had the Bills grabbing a QB at this spot for a while now, but I just dont believe they will pull the trigger on a QB at this spot. Mike Williams will make Tyrod more effective, so I think this is the direction they go. He is the top WR on a lot of teams boards, so they will be happy.

Pro Comparison: Alshon Jeffrey


11. Bengals: Malik Hooker, Free Safety, Ohio State

After trading back, they grab a top 10 talent still in Hooker. They do have two capable Safeties, but Malik Hooker has the chance to be the next Earl Thomas or Ed Reed. Also, their owner loves big school prospects, so i could easily see this happening.


Pro Comparison: Eric Berry


12. Chargers: Cam Robinson, Offensive Tackle, Alabama

After trading back, they can grab their greatest position of need without completely reaching. The Chargers line is pretty crappy, so he can step in right away at RG, and maybe take over one of the tackle spots a couple years down the road. instant starter and upgrade.


Pro Comparison: Branden Albert


13. Cardinals: Reuben Foster, Inside Linebacker, Alabama

I wanted Foster to fall due to the combine incident and the diluted sample, but I dont think those will concern teams too much, plus he is a great talent. Cardinals have a hole in their ILB position, and he will step in day one and start.

Pro Comparison: Lavonte David


14. Eagles: Christian McCaffrey, Running Back, Stanford

Sproles is getting up there in age, and Matthews is not a great talent.. McCaffrey can start out with a smaller role and then more and more throughout the season as RB and slot WR. Wentz would be a very happy man if this is how the draft goes.

Pro Comparison: LeSean McCoy


15. Colts: Haason Reddick, Outside Linebacker, Temple

ILB is a huge need for the Colts, and so is pass rusher, so this is the dream scenario. Reddick can star at ILB on base down, and rush the passer on obvious passing situations. This is one of my favorite players in the draft and i believe he will be a star no matter where he goes.

Pro Comparison: Jamie Collins Sr.


16. Ravens: Charles Harris, Defensive End, Missouri

I have never been that high on Harris, but he seems to be climbing up draft boards. If he truly is becoming a hot talent, the Ravens will be a perfect fit, because they have a void in the pass rushing department currently. He will do great opposite of Suggs while also learning from the savvy veteran.

Pro Comparison: Markus Golden


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