NFL Mock Draft 2018
1. New York Jets – Sam Darnold, USC QB: In desperate need for a quarterback as the Jets stand as the worst team in the NFL right now. Darnold went 9-1 winning the Rose Bowl with the Trojan’s. Struggled this year, but still unanimous top pick.
2. Cleveland Browns – Saquon Barkley, Penn State RB: Having drafted QB of the future with DeShone Kizer, the Browns add Saquon Barkley as they take the best all around player.
3. San Francisco 49ers – Josh Rosen, UCLA QB: Rosen will be a great acquisition to build-up their offense, despite the fact of his injury concerns. Top high school prospect in 2015.
4. Chicago Bears – Connor Williams, Texas OT: Williams is a key acquisition to protect Mitchell Trubisky as his left tackle.
5. Jacksonville Jaguars – Josh Allen, Wyoming QB: Blake Bortles isn’t performing as expected. Instead Allen and running back Leonard Fournette could improve the position.
6. Buffalo Bills – Arden Key, LSU DE: Keep an eye on the Buffalo´s as they take the strongest pick with Key, 12 sacks last season.
7. Los Angeles Rams – Mike McGlinchey, Notre Dame OT: McGlinchey could’ve been a first-round pick if he had entered last year’s pick. SO he will be a great addition to the team.
8. Washington Redskins – Derwin James, Florida State S: Compared to Jalen Ramsey constantly, James could go higher next season if he avoids injury.
9. Miami Dolphins – Sam Hubbard, Ohio State DE: A natural replacement for Cameron Wake to refresh the defense.
10. Detroit Lions – Christian Kirk, Texas A&M WR: Adapts to the Lions style of play and is one of the top receiver prospects.
11. Cincinnati Bengals – Harold Landry, Boston College DE: Investing heavily on defense, Landry is a complete and perfect fit.
12. New Orleans Saints – Minkiah Fitzpatrick, Alabama DB: Badly needed on the secondary defense line.
13. Indianapolis Colts – DA’Ron Payne, Alabama DT: The expectation is that Payne can aid the Colts to re-surface.
14. Los Angeles Chargers – Trey Adams, Washington OT: Unknown player with great hopes to become a terrific player on the offense.
15. Philadelphia Eagles – Tarvarus McFadden, Florida State DB: A badly needed cornerback, while a wide receiver is still a question mark.
16. Cleveland Browns – Calvin Ridley, Alabama WR: The Browns has been focusing more and more on athletic players. Ridley is a natural speedster.
17. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Bradley Chubb N.C. State DE: A star team that could glitter even more with Bradley Chubb.
18. Baltimore Ravens – Courtland Sutton, SMU, WR: The Ravens suffer from bad catchers, Sutton could change this present.
19. Minnesota Vikings – Lamar Jackson, Louisville QB: Jackson still needs some experience, the Vikings is perfect for him to keep honing those skills without so much pressure.
20. Denver Broncos – Quenton Nelson, Notre Dame OG: After a horrible offensive line season, Nelson could be an improvement.
21. Tennessee Titans – Cameron Smith, USC LB: A good linebacker while a defensive back is still in need.
22. Buffalo Bills – Christian Wilkins, Clemson DT: A natural replacement for Marcell Dareus if he decides to move on.
23. Arizona Cardinals – James Washington, Oklahoma State WR: A wide receiver who is greatly in need, while a quarterback is not a bad option.
24. Carolina Panthers – Iman Marshall, USC: Following the steps of Adoree’s Jackson from the Titan´s, reinforcing the secondary.
25. New York Giants – Martez Ivey, Florida OG: Taking one of the best lineman available.
26. Atlanta Falcons – TyQuan Lewis, Ohio State DE/OLB: A boost alongside Takk McKinley to build-up pressure.
27. Pittsburg Steelers – Malik Jefferson, Texas LB: Youth for the old linebackers.
28. Dallas Cowboys – Josh Sweat, Florida State DE/OLB: A prospect player to have a great season with Florida State.
29. Seattle Seahawks – Derrius Guice, LSU RB: Performing wonderfully for the Tigers, he is expected to follow the footsteps of Marshawn Lynch.
30. Oakland Raiders – Andrew Brown, Virginia DE/DT: Needed help upfront from a player that has been solid since high school.
31. Green Bay Packers – Porter Gustin, USC DE/OLB: Perfect pair for Clay Matthews and natural replacement for Julius Peppers.
32. New England Patriots – Donte Jackson, LSU CB: Replacement for Malcolm Butler who is likely to leave.
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