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Solak | Final Seven-Round Mock Draft

With 48 hours on the clock-a two-day period undoubtedly rife with rumors that will debunk everything I’ve predicted here-this is my final, 7-round mock for the 2018 NFL Draft.

My first round won’t look like most. Why would it? Typical mocks are never correct, and it’s far more fun to predict chaos than order. I’ve got trades throughout the first three rounds: If I thought a team might feel the need to jump up and capitalize on the ebb and flow of the board, I tried to make a realistic deal for them. After the first three rounds, I stopped making trades, because I had to at least choose one thing about this exercise that was too futile to justify.

When it came to descriptions and notes, I didn’t just put them on the first-round; I put them wherever I wanted. If I thought a pick, a depth chart, a trade, or a team was somehow noteworthy, I dropped some thoughts as to why.

If you don’t like who your team selected, don’t worry: there will be a whole new 7-rounder released across the course of three days (Thursday to Saturday) later this week.

Round 1

Relevant trade notes:

1. Cleveland: Sam Darnold, QB, USC

2. Buffalo: Josh Allen, QB, Wyoming

Trade notes: Buffalo sends #12 overall, #22 overall, and a 2019 1st round selection for New York’s (Giants) #2 overall.

It might even take more than that, but I think the SparkNotes will read: 3 firsts for #2 overall, and everything else is just fluff.

Asst. Director of Scouting Joe Marino is a big-time Bills fan. He is not a big time Josh Allen fan. This may be wishful thinking, but I’d love to see his on-air reaction to Allen’s name called at 2. Either way, poor WR corps, bad offensive line-not a great situation for Josh, who I believe needs the perfect storm to develop.

3. New York (Jets): Baker Mayfield, QB, Oklahoma

4. Cleveland: Saquon Barkley, RB, Penn State

5. New England: Josh Rosen, QB, UCLA

Trade notes: New England sends #23 overall, #31 overall, and #95 overall for Denver’s #5 overall.

This is a square deal-at least, as square as a Top-5 move up for a QB can be. I’m admittedly a little bearish on New England making such a big trade-up, but I don’t think Belichick’s just gonna chill with two firsts.

6. Indianapolis: Quenton Nelson, OG, Notre Dame

7. Tampa Bay: Bradley Chubb, EDGE, NC State

8. Chicago: Tremaine Edmunds, LB, Virginia Tech

9. Miami: Lamar Jackson, QB, Louisville

Trade notes: Miami sends #11 overall and #123 overall for San Francisco’s #9 overall.

Four QBs off the board (three to AFC East teams), and Miami doesn’t want to miss out. Simple as that.

10. Oakland: Mike McGlinchey, OT, Notre Dame

11. San Francisco: Roquan Smith, LB Georgia

12. New York (Giants): Denzel Ward, CB, Ohio State

13. Washington: Minkah Fitzpatrick, SAF, Alabama

14. Green Bay: Harold Landry, EDGE, Boston College

Leighton Vander Esch; Josh Jackson; Derwin James. These names have gotten more run for Green Bay here. But edge pressures changes everything, and the Packers currently don’t have it. I think they currently doubt that Landry will fall to 14, and when he does, all bets are off. (It still might be LVE though.)

15. Los Angeles Chargers: Derwin James, SAF, Florida State

Trade notes: Los Angeles sends #17 overall and #155 overall to Arizona for #15 overall

Los Angeles needed to jump Baltimore for Derwin, who doesn’t really need him that badly, but I wouldn’t count on Ozzie Newsome passing a blue-chip ACC safety.

16. Baltimore: Marcus Davenport, EDGE, UTSA

17. Arizona: Vita Vea, DT, Washington

I don’t think this is a good pick. I think, once Arizona misses out on a QB, they’ll look to trade back, acquire talent, and just stud up that roster. But you’ve gotta get a high-ranked player at a premiere position here. Take a corner. Take an offensive lineman. Don’t take a nose tackle.

Steve Wilks is probably gonna make them take a nose tackle.

18. Seattle: Josh Jackson, CB, Iowa

19. Dallas: Leighton Vander Esch, LB, Boise State

20. Detroit: Da’Ron Payne, DT, Alabama

21. Cincinnati: James Daniels, C, Iowa

22. New York (Giants): Kolton Miller, OT, UCLA

The Giants starting offensive tackles are a combined 13 feet and 4 and 5/8ths inches tall.

23. Denver: Isaiah Wynn, OG, Georgia

24. Carolina: D.J. Moore, WR, Maryland

25. Tennessee: Rashaan Evans, LB, Alabama

26. Atlanta: Calvin Ridley, WR, Alabama

27. New Orleans: Dallas Goedert, TE, South Dakota State

28. Pittsburgh: Justin Reid, SAF, Stanford

29. Jacksonville: Will Hernandez, OG, UTEP

30. Minnesota: Connor Williams, T, Texas

31. Denver: Jaire Alexander, CB, Louisville

32. Indianapolis: Maurice Hurst, DT, Michigan

Trade notes: Indianapolis sends #37 overall and #140 overall to Philadelphia for #32 overall and #169 overall.

Indy’s just in “Get good player mode.” Hurst to Cleveland makes a lot of sense.

Round 2

33. Cleveland: Taven Bryan, DT, Florida

34. New York (Giants): Derrius Guice, RB, LSU

35. Cleveland: Mike Hughes, CB, UCF

36. Indianapolis: Sam Hubbard, EDGE, Ohio State

37. Philadelphia: Sony Michel, RB, Georgia

38. Tampa Bay: Jessie Bates, SAF, Wake Forest

39. Chicago: Isaiah Oliver, CB, Colorado

40. Denver: Courtland Sutton, WR, SMU

41. Oakland: Malik Jefferson, LB, Texas


42. Miami: Frank Ragnow, iOL, Arkanas

Miami’s really having a good draft so far. Are they willing to reset the offense like this? They should be. Not a lot of promise in there right now, and I would say the arrow is pointing up for the other 2 AFC East teams (New England’s arrow is just the words “Do Your Job” super-imposed over five Lombardi trophies).

43. New England: Tyrell Crosby, OT, Oregon

44. Washington: Ronald Jones, RB, USC

45. Green Bay: Billy Price, iOL, Ohio State

46. Detroit: Austin Corbett, iOL, Nevada

Trade notes: Detroit sends #51 overall and #153 overall to Cincinnati for #46 overall and #170 overall.

We start to see the run on offensive linemen here, and Detroit can’t miss out on that with a big need at left guard. Cincinnati snagged their interior player in the first round, and can move back.

I think Detroit can be a good team this year, low key. I like what Patricia brings.

47. Arizona: Brian O’Neill, OT, Pittsburgh

48. Los Angeles (Chargers): Mason Rudolph, QB, Oklahoma State

49. Indianapolis: Mike Gesicki, TE, Penn State

If Indianapolis doesn’t just take the top player on the board at every spot, they’re drunk. That roster hurts to look at.

50. Dallas: Anthony Miller, WR, Memphis

This pick should be James Washington. I don’t know why we’ve stopped talking about him as a Top-5 WR in this class.

51. Cincinnati: Lorenzo Carter, EDGE, Georgia

52. Baltimore: Christian Kirk, WR, Texas A&M

53. Buffalo: Braden Smith, iOL, Auburn

54. Kansas City: Martinas Rankin, iOL, Mississippi State

55. Carolina: Orlando Brown, OT, Oklahoma

56. Jacksonville: Hayden Hurst, TE, South Carolina

Trade notes: Jacksonville sends #61 overall and #203 overall to Buffalo for #56 overall.

Every team in front of Jacksonville here could justify going for a TE, and we know the NFL thinks Hayden Hurst is worth a higher pick than this (though I’d disagree). Small price to pay for a team trying to win now.

They should have taken a QB here.

57. Tennessee: Arden Key, EDGE, LSU

58. Atlanta: Harrison Phillips, DT, Stanford

59. San Francisco: Donte Jackson, CB, LSU

They would have taken Harrison Phillips. They’re better off with Donte.

60. Pittsburgh: Fred Warner, LB, BYU

They would have taken Donte Jackson. They’re better off with Fred.

61. Buffalo: James Washington, WR, Oklahoma State

62. Minnesota: Nathan Shepherd, DT, Fort Hays State

63. Houston: Chukwuma Okorafor, OT/OG, Western Michigan

Trade notes: Houston sends #68 overall and #211 overall to New England for #63 overall. Houston originally had no first or second rounds picks, which is not great!

I don’t think Okorafor is going to be very good, but offensive linemen are flying off the board right now.

64. Cleveland: Geron Christian, OT, Louisville

Round 3

65. Buffalo: Rasheem Greene, DT, USC

This is not a good pick.

66. New York (Giants): Josh Sweat, EDGE, Florida State

This is a good pick.

67. Indianapolis: Nick Chubb, RB, Georgia

68. New England: Carlton Davis, CB, Auburn

69. New York (Giants): D.J. Chark, WR, LSU


70. San Francisco: Rashaad Penny, RB, San Diego State

71. Denver: Jerome Baker, LB, Ohio State

72. New York (Jets): Ogbonnio Okoronkwo, EDGE, Oklahoma

73. Miami: Tim Settle, DT, Virginia Tech

74. Carolina: Duke Ejiofor, EDGE, Wake Forest

Trade notes: Carolina sends #85 overall and #161 overall to San Francisco for #74 overall.

With two picks in the back end of the third, Carolina wants to snag the final scraps of starting talent left on the board at key positions. The EDGE group is poised for a run here, so the Panthers get in front of it.

Is John Lynch a good GM? How did this happen? We don’t talk about that enough.

75. Oakland: Kemoko Turay, EDGE, Rutgers

76. Green Bay: Uchenna Nwosu, LB, USC

77. Cincinnati: DeShon Elliott, SAF, Texas

78. Kansas City: Hercules Mata’afa, EDGE, Washington State

79. Arizona: Kyle Lauletta, QB, Richmond

The milquetoastiest QB room in America. They’re going to fight to see who holds open the door for the other two when exiting the locker room.

80. Houston: Mark Andrews, TE, Oklahoma

81. Dallas: Nyheim Hines, RB, NC State

Dallas is at a really interesting point in their offensive mindset, in my eyes. To the extent to which Dak was handed the keys last year, things didn’t go great-of course, losing Tyron Smith and Zeke hurt; I get that. Now Dez is gone, the OL needs a little re-tooling, Witten has one foot out the door.

They’ve gotta decide what they want to be. Are they a run-first, trench-battle team, or is Dak ready to make this offense more multi-dimensional. I split the difference and drafted a WR and an RB, because I figure that’s how they’ll approach it anyway.

82. Detroit: Kerryon Johnson, RB, Auburn

83. Baltimore: Michael Gallup, WR, Colorado State

Baltimore’s gonna fix the WR position, even if it kills me.

84. Los Angeles (Chargers): Derrick Nnadi, DT, Florida State

85. San Francisco: Tre’Quan Smith, WR, UCF

86. Kansas City: Mason Cole, iOL, Michigan

87. Los Angeles (Rams): Darius Leonard, LB, South Carolina State

88. Carolina: Kyzir White, SAF, West Virginia

89. Green Bay: Quenton Meeks, CB, Stanford

Trade details: Green Bay sends #101 overall and #172 overall to Tennessee for #89 overall.

Green Bay needed a corner with the Nwosu pick-but how could they resist an EDGE/LB hybrid out of USC?! (Even if he’s not very good at football.)

90. Atlanta: Chris Herndon, TE, Miami

He’s going to go a lot higher than people think.

91. New Orleans: Luke Falk, QB, Washington State

92. Pittsburgh: Royce Freeman, RB, Oregon

93. Jacksonville: Dante Pettis, WR, Washington

94. Minnesota: Duke Dawson, CB, Florida

95. Denver: Da’Shawn Hand, EDGE, Alabama

96. Buffalo: Genard Avery, LB/EDGE, Memphis

This is a good pick.

97. Arizona: Equanimeous St. Brown, WR, Notre Dame

98. Houston: Jamarco Jones, OT, Ohio State

99. Denver: John Kelly, RB, Tennessee

100. Cincinnati: DaeSean Hamilton, WR, Penn State

Like John Ross, only better in every way.

Round 4

101. Tennessee: Marcus Allen, SAF, Penn State

102. Tampa Bay: P.J. Hall, DT, Sam Houston State

103. Houston: Shaquem Griffin, EDGE, UCF

I think Houston’s a really cool landing spot for Griffin, who I view as a pass-rush specialist. He can get really soft edges playing outside of Clowney/Watt, and his closing burst will allow him to contain/clean up QBs who worry about the interior pressure. Throw in all the feels between Watt, Watson, and Griffin? Sheesh.

104. Indianapolis: Wyatt Teller, OG, Virginia Tech

105. Chicago: Jeff Holland, EDGE, Auburn

106. Denver: Anthony Averett, CB, Alabama

107. New York (Jets): Andrew Brown, DE, Virginia

108. New York (Giants): Chase Litton, QB, Marshall

Is Davis Webb a thing? I sure hope not.

109. Washington: Josey Jewell, LB, Iowa

110. Oakland: Holton Hill, CB, Texas

*assumes Jon Gruden voice*

Man, that Holton Hill is a talented player. Darrelle Revis might be an island, but with Holton Hill-well, it’s an uphill battle trying to throw it against him, that’s all I can say. You better hold on tight if you’re trying to complete a catch against this kid, you know?

111. Los Angeles (Rams): Tyquan Lewis, EDGE, Ohio State

112. Cincinnati: Armani Watts, SAF, Texas A&M

113. Denver: Mike White, QB, Western Kentucky

Out of the 113 picks so far, Denver has made 8 (7.1%) of them. If this team successfully trades out of 5/Case Keenum isn’t utter garbage, they should take a step forward. Nobody in the AFC West is for sure good right now.

114. Cleveland: Chad Thomas, EDGE, Miami

115. Chicago: Alex Cappa, OT/OG, Humboldt State

116. Dallas: Justin Jones, DT, NC State

117. Detroit: Dorance Armstrong, EDGE, Kansas

118. Baltimore: Tavarus McFadden, CB, Florida State

I don’t think this is a good pick.

119. Los Angeles (Chargers): Christian Sam, LB, Arizona State

120. Seattle: Marcell Ateman, WR, Oklahoma State

121. Buffalo: Isaac Yiadom, CB, Boston College

122. Kansas City: Deadrin Senat, DT, USF

123. San Francisco: Dorian O’Daniel, LB, Clemson

124. Kansas City: M.J. Stewart, CB, UNC

125. Tennessee: Deon Cain, WR, Clemson

126. Atlanta: Jalyn Holmes, DE/DT, Ohio State

127. New Orleans: Marquis Haynes, EDGE, Mississippi State

128. San Francisco: Quin Blanding, SAF, Virginia

129. Jacksonville: Nick Nelson, CB, Wisconsin

Willy ‘Nandez, Hayden Hurst, Dante Pettis, Nick Nelson. The Jaguars will see you in Mercedes-Benz come February.

130. Philadelphia: Brandon Parker, OT, North Carolina A&T

131. Miami: Jaylen Samuels, Football Player, NC State

Because the perfect complement to Kenyan Drake, the prototypical complementary back, is a less elusive Kenyan Drake.

132. Philadelphia: Dalton Schultz, TE, Stanford

133. Green Bay: Cedrick Wilson, WR, Boise State

134. Arizona: Rashaan Gaulden, CB, Tennessee

CB is a trendy need for Arizona, and I get that, but Arizona’s roster is terrible. So far, they’ve stayed true to their board and gotten talent like Vea, O’Neill, Lauletta, and St. Brown-and while I don’t love the Vea or O’Neill picks, those are good building blocks moving forward.

Gaulden adds nickel coverage ability to a safety room that already has a stellar cover man in Budda Baker. There’s a lot of freedom in that defensive backfield. 

135. Los Angeles (Rams): Kalen Ballage, RB, Arizona State

136. Los Angeles (Rams): Colby Gossett, iOL, Appalachian State

137. Dallas: Will Richardson, OT, NC State

Round 5

138. Green Bay: Scott Quessenberry, iOL, UCLA

139. New York (Giants): Shaun Dion-Hamilton, LB, Alabama

140. Philadelphia: Parry Nickerson, CB, Tulane

141. Seattle: Desmond Harrison, OT, West Georgia

Seattle lambasted their roster without any 2nd or 3rd round selections. Sad!

142. Washington: B.J. Hill, DT, NC State

143. San Francisco: Auden Tate, WR, Florida State

Kyle Shanahan has added Auden Tate, Tre’Quan Smith, and Rashaad Penny (while neglecting the OL). He came to play.

144. Tampa Bay: Mark Walton, RB, Miami


145. Chicago: Terrell Edmunds, SAF, Virginia Tech

I sent both Tremaine and Terrell to Chicago. Do you think the brothers want to end up in the same spot? Obviously they went to the same school, probably super tight-but then I think of the level of smack talk I reach with my brother before pickup basketball. Can you imagine pre-NFL game smack talk? Lord.

146. Seattle: Jordan Whitehead, SAF, Pittsburgh

147. New Orleans: Oren Burks, LB, Vanderbilt

148. Pittsburgh: Breeland Speaks, DT/DE, Ole Miss

149. Denver: Troy Fumagalli, TE, Wisconsin

150. Cleveland: Antonio Callaway, WR, Florida

Hear me out: Odell, Callaway, Landry, Njoku, and Barkley.

151. Cincinnati: Dane Cruikshank, SAF, Arizona

Hear me out: fire Marvin Lewis

152. Arizona: Timon Parris, OT, Stony Brook

153. Cincinnati: Durham Smythe, TE, Notre Dame

154. Baltimore: Will Clapp, iOL, LSU

155. Arizona: Tavarius Moore, SAF, Southern Miss

156. Seattle: Bo Scarbrough, RB, Alabama

“He’s just like Marshawn Lynch!”

157. New York (Jets): Deontay Burnett, WR, USC

158. Cincinnati: D.J. Reed, CB, Kansas State

159. Oakland: Folorunso Fatukasi, DT, UConn

160. Denver: Kylie Fitts, EDGE, Utah

This is a good pick.

161. San Francisco: Cole Madison, iOL, Washington State

162. Tennessee: Ade Aruna, EDGE, Tulane

So is this.

163. Washington: Keke Coutee, WR, Texas Tech

164. New Orleans: Allen Lazard, WR, Iowa State

Lazard is the second tight end the Saints have drafted.

165. Pittsburgh: J’Mon Moore, WR, Missouri

166. Buffalo: R.J. McIntosh, DT, Miami

167. Minnesota: Simmie Cobbs Jr., WR, Indiana

168. Seattle: Tyler Conklin, TE, Central Michigan

Seattle needs to get EDGE pressure so badly, but two things: one, the board isn’t falling well for that; two, I think they really believe in Dion Jordan, Barkevious Mingo, and Marcus Smith II. Which, as an unbiased third-party might say, is bananas. B-A-N-A-N-A-S.

169. Indianapolis: Kevin Toliver II, CB, LSU

170. Detroit: Tegray Scales, LB, Indiana

171. Dallas: Trayvon Henderson, SAF, Hawaii

172. Tennessee: Skyler Phillips, OG, Idaho State

173. Oakland: Jordan Lasley, WR, UCLA

174. Green Bay: Darius Phillips, CB, Western Michigan

Round 6

175. Cleveland: Tony Brown, CB, Alabama

176. Los Angeles (Rams): Leon Jacobs, EDGE, Wisconsin

177. Houston: Avonte Maddox, CB, Pittsburgh

178. Indianapolis: Micah Kiser, LB, Virginia

179. New York (Jets): Brian Allen, iOL, Michigan

180. Tampa Bay: Michael Joseph, CB, Dubuque

181. Chicago: Poona Ford, DT, Texas

He’s going to be a good player. Chicago’s currently brought in the Edmunds brothers, Isaiah Oliver, Jeff Holland, and Alex Cappa. This is one of the best classes in the Draft.

182. Arizona: Jack Cichy, LB, Wisconsin

183. Los Angeles (Rams): Byron Pringle, WR, Kansas State

184. San Francisco: Joseph Noteboom, OT, TCU

185. Oakland: Kameron Kelly, SAF, San Diego State

The difficult thing about drafting for Oakland is that none of these players were good in 2006, so how can we know?

186. Green Bay: Siran Neal, SAF, Jacksonville State

187. Buffalo: J.C. Jackson, CB, Maryland

188. Cleveland: Taron Johnson, CB, Weber State

189. New Orleans: Bilal Nichols, DT, Delaware

Source: Bilal Nichols is a nice guy. The source is my hometown buddy who plays for the Blue Hens. The Blue Hens!

190. Baltimore: Skai Moore, LB, South Carolina

191. Los Angeles (Chargers):  Toby Weathersby, OT, LSU

192. Dallas: Ryan Izzo, TE, Florida State

193. Dallas: Kendrick Norton, DT, Miami

194. Los Angeles (Rams): Mike McCray, LB, Michigan

195. L.A. Rams: Trey Quinn, WR, SMU

196. Kansas City: Daurice Fountain, WR, Northern Iowa

It’s harder to find needs on that Kansas City roster than I anticipated. There’s no reason for this team, in a very weak AFC, to not be a perennial contender. Andy Reid’s struggles are even more damning than I originally thought.

This might all be nonsense if Patrick Mahomes isn’t good-but I sure hope he is.

197. Carolina: Levi Wallace, CB, Alabama

198. New England: Javon Wims, WR, Georgia

199. Tennessee: Lowell Lotulelei, DT, Utah

200. Atlanta: Kurt Benkert, QB, Virginia

201. New Orleans: Godwin Igwebuike, SAF, Northwestern

202. Tampa Bay: Brandon Facyson, CB, Virginia Tech

203. Buffalo: Korey Robertson, WR, Southern Miss

204. Minnesota: Akrum Wadley, RB, Iowa

205. Washington: Taylor Hearn, OG, Clemson

206. Philadelphia: Dimitri Flowers, FB, Oklahoma

Selfish pick. I want to see a new-age fullback in Doug Pederson’s offense. I feel like that would get so fun.

207. Green Bay: Jaleel Scott, WR, New Mexico State

208. Dallas: Trevon Young, EDGE, Louisville

209. Miami: Jordan Akins, TE, Central Florida

210. New England: Matthew Thomas, LB, Florida State

211. New England: Joe Ostman, EDGE, Central Michigan

212. Oakland: Justin Jackson, RB, Northwestern

213. Minnesota: David Bellamy, LB, Georgia

214. Houston: James Looney, DT, Cal

215. Baltimore: Marcus Baugh, TE, Ohio State

216. Oakland: Michael Dickson, P, Texas

First-round talent, eighty-fifth round value, sixth-round pick.

217. Oakland: Olasunkanmi Adeniyi, EDGE, Toledo

218. Minnesota: Troy Apke, SAF, Penn State

Round 7

219. New England: Jeremy Reaves, SAF, South Alabama

Reaves was a huge Combine snub. He’s a great off-man cover nickel corner who also has the instincts to close on crossers as a middle-of-the-field safety. Feels like a New England pick (that’s what we call good value picks, right?)

220. Pittsburgh: Sean Welsh, iOL, Iowa

221. Indianapolis: Chandon Sullivan, CB, Georgia State

222. Houston: Tony Adams, iOL, NC State

223. San Francisco: Christian Campbell, CB, Penn State

224. Chicago: Dylan Cantrell, WR, Texas Tech

225. Minnesota: Will Dissly, TE, Washington

226. Seattle: KC McDermott, OT, Miami

227. Miami: Jordan Wilkins, RB, Ole Miss

228. Oakland: Joel Iyiegbuniwe, LB, Western Kentucky

229. Miami: Daniel Carlson, K, Auburn

I watched Daniel Carlson hit a 60-yard field goal so dead center that it hit the light pole between the uprights, and I am positive that he’s a mutant formed from Adam Vinatieri and John Carney DNA.

230. Jacksonville: Peter Kalambayi, LB, Stanford

231. Washington: Justin Lawler, EDGE, SMU

232. Green Bay: Jason Cabinda, LB, Penn State

233. Kansas City: Danny Johnson, CB, Southern

234. Carolina: Darren Carrington II, WR, Utah

235. New York (Jets): Ryan Nall, RB, Oregon State

I’m disproportionately attached to Ryan Nall. I honestly think he’s gonna stick on a roster long-term. He can block, catch, and pick up good yardage as a runner. He is powerful, durable, and reliable. Ryan Nall is the RB version of like, a five-year-old golden retriever that already knows all of the tricks, isn’t super young and spry, but is still always at the front door when you get back from work.

236. Dallas: Tray Matthews, SAF, Auburn

237. Detroit: Justin Watson, WR, Penn

238. Baltimore: Jake Wieneke, WR, South Dakota State

239. Green Bay: Jamil Demby, OT/OG, Maine

I like him.

240. San Francisco: Sam Jones, iOL, Arizona State

241. Washington: Logan Woodside, QB, Toledo

242. Carolina: Bradley Bozeman, iOL, Alabama

243. Kansas City: Azeem Victor, LB, Washington

244. Atlanta: Roc Thomas, RB, Jacksonville State

245. New Orleans: Nick Gates, iOL, Nebraska

246. Pittsburgh: Tracy Walker, SAF, Louisiana-Lafayette

247. Jacksonville: Damon Webb, SAF, Ohio State

248. Seattle: Marcell Frazier, EDGE, Missouri

249. Cincinnati: David Bright, iOL, Stanford

250. Philadelphia: Chris Worley, LB, Ohio State

251. Los Angeles (Chargers): Jester Weah, WR, Pittsburgh

I toyed with teammate Quadree Henderson here, until I realized it was pick 251 and it was really okay if it wasn’t perfect.

252. Cincinnati: Andre Smith, LB, North Carolina

253. Cincinnati: Greg Senat, OT, Wagner

254. Arizona: Kamrin Moore, CB, Boston College

255. Tampa Bay: Kenny Young, LB, UCLA

256. Atlanta: Ja’Von Rolland-Jones, EDGE, Arkansas State

Goodness, I’m so ready for Thursday

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Benjamin Solak

Ben Solak has been a football fan and film junkie for all of his life, and has the pleasure of serving as a National Scout for NDT Scouting. He also covers the Philadelphia Eagles for Bleeding Green Nation and co-hosts the Locked On Eagles podcast. Ben takes many things far too seriously, including fishing, Captain America, grammar, and Game Of Thrones.



  1. Joe Marines

    April 24, 2018 at 9:54 pm

    Could have used less Raider jokes, but a good “mock” nonetheless

  2. Mark

    April 24, 2018 at 11:07 pm

    “If Indianapolis doesn’t just take the top player on the board at every spot, they’re drunk. That roster hurts to look at.”


    But seriously, Gesicki doesn’t make much sense. Even if you don’t love Doyle, this team surely does. Then they went and signed Ebron to be the #2. We have many many holes, but TE isn’t one of em.

    • Mark

      April 24, 2018 at 11:08 pm

      Forgot to mention, the Colts draft looks really solid otherwise. Especially Nelson and Hurst.

  3. Darius

    April 25, 2018 at 7:08 am

    The entire thought process, if any, of the players mocked to Miami stunk.

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