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Mock Draft Day + Positional Big Board

It's been talked about over and over but i think we need to be active with trading down and acquiring additional day 2 picks. This is a well built roster but also a roster that has some potential holes coming open in a year and we don't want to get stuck playing catchup.

So with my mock, i'm taking some of those chances to be aggressive in the draft where needed. Feel free to criticize, lets goooooo!

1.1- Cincinnati Bengals: Joe Burrow QB

1.2- Washington Redskins: Chase Young Edge

1.3- Detroit Lions: Jeffrey Okudah CB

1.4- New York Giants: Isaiah Simmons LB

1.5- Miami Dolphins: Justin Herbert QB

1.6- San Diego Chargers: Tua Tag QB

1.7- TRADE* NY Jets: Andrew Thomas OT

1.8- Arizona Cardinals: Tristan Wirfs OT

1.9- TRADE* Philadelphia Eagles: Ceedee Lamb WR

1.10- Cleveland Browns: Jedrick Wills OT

1.11- Carolina Panthers: CJ Henderson CB

1.12- Las Vegas Raiders: Derrick Brown DT

1.13 San Francisco 49ers- I know Lynch and Co. put out rumors of 6 players they are eyeing and are looking at a trade everywhere but in my scenario I have trouble believing we would pass on a playmaking WR to compliment Deebo. Now the tricky part is which guy would be the fit for the offense.

My pick…

1.13- Henry Ruggs III Alabama:

It's tricky. In this scenario I have CeeDee Lamb off the board which might be the most natural fit to play the X receiver in this offense. With Deebo playing so heavily at the other spot and being used in a variety of ways, Ruggs would allow them to become more interchangeable along the offense and create match-up nightmares.

1.31- TRADE (1.31 FOR 2.24 + 3.6 + 21'5th)- So staying put at 13 would almost guarantee we are on the outs at 31. My ideal trade partner is actually to find one of those RB needy teams that is looking to jump KC---a potential RB landing spot. In my scenario here we would partner up with Miami and grab day 2 assets and let them take CEH, Swift, Taylor---whomever is their top guy.

2.24- TRADE (2.24 + 5.31 FOR 3.13 + 3.31)- The way my board is playing out, I feel there is still room to continue sliding down and acquiring additional picks late on day 2. Lynch should be able to dial up a call to Elway and make this thing happen as the Broncos look to slide up and grab a WR they covet in KJ Hamler. We benefit as this allows us the ability to slide back and take a chance on big talent upside.

3.6- Bryce Hall CB Virginia:

I can't think of a much better piece to develop behind Richard Sherman as his eventual replacement. Coming off a bad ankle injury, if he clears medical checks then this is the same type of savvy, smart zone corner that gets his hands on the ball (led country in PBUs in 18'). Also not afraid to commit to helping in the run game.

3.13- Prince Tego Wanogho T Auburn:

Between Hall and Wanogho, these are two names that people have projected to go earlier but I think the injuries push these guys outside the top 64 picks. Wanogho is a incredible talent that hasn't been playing the game long and you can see that rawness up and down throughout the season. There are some issues as to whether he can play Tackle at the next level, I say yes and let him sit behind Joe until he decides to hang it up. It's the perfect situation for him to develop and a perfect offensive fit for his skillset. Between him, Niang, and Hennessy I think you could make an argument that any of them would be a smart developmental pick behind the guys we have in place. If Wanoghos knee issue from the Senior Bowl is considered a longterm issue than perhaps we go with one of the others named.

3.31- Darrynton Evans RB Appalachian St:

Personally am a huge fan of Eno Benjamin in this spot but he doesn't fit the typical profile of a RB in this Shanahan system so I go with the guy who really does in Evans. With the rumors of Breida being likely dealt on draft day and Coleman being dinged up and an expiring contract---this would leave us pretty thing at the position going forward.

Evans such a smooth runner especially on the edge of the fields and explosive through the hole with the ability to see defenders coming and making smart cuts to make big plays.Not the most physical downhill type but it hasn't been a characteristic that we've looked for thus far.

Another player very much in play here is fellow App St teammate Akeem Davis-Gaither who it sounds like the staff likes and very much fits the mold of the LBs they've targeted and with the rumors of moving Kwon, it could mean they are prioritizing additional talent at the position to give us 3 young and athletic backers moving forward.

5.11- Jack Driscoll G Auburn:

We double dip with Auburns tackles, addressing the need for more potential depth at Guard. Driscoll is a perfect fit in our offense. Very good mover that specializes in blocking in space and on the edges, just lacks the bulk and power at this time. I'd love to see him come in and compete with Brunskill and Compton for the starting RG spot but better yet he does provide positional versatility as a former tackle.

TRADE (21'6th + 7.31 for 6.6)- I know I know, plenty of trades but I think our guys have proven that they will make these types of moves and be aggressive when they identify players that can contribute serious snaps for us. They've also made big points of not needing excess picks for guys that won't find a way to the active roster. So this pick is someone who can contribute depth immediately.

6.6- Charlie Taumoepeau TE Portland St:

This was a guy I kept tabs on early this offseason. I liked the way Portland St used him, multiple pieces to the offense and a willing blocker but the most exciting part was what he could do after the catch. Then he went on to test very well at the combine. We are rumored to be targeting Evan Engram right now, well here is a guy with a similar physical profile (although not AS freaky).

7.3 – Chapelle Russell LB Temple:

There hasn't been a ton of discussion around Russell but I have him as an early day 3 player. He's had quite the ups and downs in his career with multiple knee injuries early in his college career. But medical checks at the combine with good athletic testing and I think he's worth a gamble late in the draft. He's in the mold of Warner, Kwon, and Greenlaw---very athletic sideline to sideline guys that make up with their lack of size by reacting quickly and beating the lineman to gap.

QB Rankings
  1. Joe Burrow
  2. Tua Tagovailoa
  3. Justin Herbert
  4. Jordan Love
  5. Jake Fromm
  6. Anthony Gordon
  7. Jalen Hurts
  8. Jacob Eason
  9. Tyler Huntley
  10. Cole McDonald
  11. Jake Luton
  12. Kelly Bryant
  13. Steven Montez
  14. Brian Lewerke
  15. James Morgan

RB Rankings
  1. D'Andre Swift
  2. Jonathan Taylor
  3. Clyde Edwards-Helaire
  4. J.K. Dobbins
  5. Cam Akers
  6. Zack Moss
  7. Eno Benjamin
  8. Darrynton Evans
  9. Anthony McFarland
  10. J.J. Taylor
  11. Lamical Perine
  12. A.J. Dillon
  13. Darius Anderson
  14. Benny LeMay
  15. Sewo Olonilua

WR Rankings

  1. Jerry Jeudy
  2. Henry Ruggs III
  3. CeeDee Lamb
  4. Jalen Reagor
  5. Justin Jefferson
  6. Tee Higgins
  7. Brandon Aiyuk
  8. Bryan Edwards
  9. Laviska Shenault Jr.
  10. Michael Pittman Jr.
  11. Denzel Mims
  12. KJ Hamler
  13. Chase Claypool
  14. Isaiah Hodgins
  15. Tyler Johnson
  16. K.J. Hill
  17. Antonio Gandy-Golden
  18. Jeff Thomas
  19. Donovan Peoples-Jones
  20. John Hightower
  21. James Proche
  22. Jauan Jennings
  23. Cody White
  24. Omar Bayless
  25. Dezmon Patmon
  26. Lawrence Cager
  27. Devin Duvernay
  28. John Pearson

TE Rankings
  1. Hunter Bryant
  2. Adam Trautman
  3. Cole Kmet
  4. Dalton Keene
  5. Brycen Hopkins
  6. Devin Asiasi
  7. Harrison Bryant
  8. Charlie Taumoepeau
  9. Jacob Breeland
  10. Josiah Deguara
  11. Stephen Sullivan
  12. Albert Okwuegbunam
  13. Sean Mckeon
  14. Thaddeus Moss

OT Rankings
  1. Andrew Thomas
  2. Jedrick Wills Jr
  3. Tristan Wirfs
  4. Mekhi Becton
  5. Josh Jones
  6. Isaiah Wilson
  7. Lucas Niang
  8. Prince Tega Wanogho
  9. Ezra Cleveland
  10. Austin Jackson
  11. Saahdiq Charles
  12. Alex Taylor
  13. Matt Peart
  14. Kamaal Seymour
  15. Calvin Throckmorton
  16. Jack Driscoll
  17. Ben Bartch
  18. Trey Adams
  19. Anthony McKinney
  20. Cameron Clark
  21. Troy Kowalski

IOL Rankings
  1. Cesar Ruiz
  2. Robert Hunt
  3. Matt Hennessy
  4. Lloyd Cushenberry III
  5. Tyler Biadasz
  6. Nick Harris
  7. Danny Pinter
  8. Jonah Jackson
  9. Solomon Kindley
  10. Zach Shackelford
  11. Shane Lemieux
  12. Logan Stenburg
  13. Cohl Cabral
  14. Kyle Hinton
  15. Damien Lewis
  16. Hakeem Adeniji
  17. Kyle Murphy
  18. Justin Herron
  19. Jon Runyan Jr.
  20. Tremayne Anchrum
  21. Ben Bredeson
  22. Kevin Dotson
  23. John Molchon
  24. Jake Hanson
  25. Netane Muti
  26. Tyler Higby

EDGE Rankings
  1. Chase Young
  2. K'Lavon Chaisson
  3. Zach Baun
  4. A.J. Epenesa
  5. Yetur Gross-Matos
  6. Terrell Lewis
  7. Josh Uche
  8. Bradlee Anae
  9. Jabari Zuniga
  10. Delontae Scott
  11. Julian Okwara
  12. Marlon Davidson
  13. Darrell Taylor
  14. Jonathan Greenard
  15. Alton Robinson
  16. Curtis Weaver
  17. Chauncey Rivers
  18. Kenny Willekes
  19. Ladarius Jackson
  20. D.J. Wonnum
  21. Justus Reed

IDL Rankings
  1. Derrick Brown
  2. Javon Kinlaw
  3. Ross Blacklock
  4. Neville Gallimore
  5. Justin Madubuike
  6. Raekwon Davis
  7. Davon Hamilton
  8. James Lynch
  9. McTelvin Agim
  10. Raequan Williams
  11. Teair Tart
  12. Leki Fotu
  13. Broderick Washington
  14. Jordan Elliott
  15. Khalil Davis
  16. Robert Windsor
  17. Josiah Coatney
  18. David Moa
  19. Darrion Daniels

LB Rankings
  1. Isaiah Simmons
  2. Patrick Queen
  3. Kenneth Murray
  4. Jordyn Brooks
  5. Khaleke Hudson
  6. Joe Bachie
  7. Malik Harrison
  8. Chapelle Russell
  9. Shaun Bradley
  10. Cam Gill
  11. Alex Highsmith
  12. Logan Wilson
  13. Akeem Davis-Gaither
  14. Willie Gay Jr.
  15. Jacob Phillips
  16. Justin Strnad
  17. Francis Bernard
  18. Troy Dye
  19. Kamal Martin

CB Rankings
  1. Jeffrey Okudah
  2. Kristian Fulton
  3. Noah Igbinoghene
  4. CJ Henderson
  5. A.J. Terrell
  6. Trevon Diggs
  7. Damon Arnette
  8. Bryce Hall
  9. Jaylon Johnson
  10. Troy Pride Jr.
  11. Cameron Dantzler
  12. Michael Ojemudia
  13. Jeff Gladney
  14. Harrison Hand
  15. Reggie Robinson II
  16. Lavert Hill
  17. Lamar Jackson
  18. Dane Jackson
  19. Stantley Thomas-Oliver
  20. Trajan Bandy
  21. Josiah Scott
  22. Thekarius Keyes
  23. Javaris Davis
  24. James Pierre

S Rankings
  1. Grant Delpit
  2. Ashtyn Davis
  3. Xavier McKinney
  4. Antoine Winfield Jr.
  5. Jeremy Chinn
  6. K'von Wallace
  7. L'Jarius Sneed
  8. Brandon JonesJ
  9. .R. Reed
  10. Josh Metellus
  11. Geno Stone
  12. Kyle Dugger
  13. Jeremiah Dinson
  14. Antoine Brooks Jr.
  15. Myles Hartsfield
  16. Jalen Elliott
  17. Terrell Burgess
  18. Alohi Gilman
  19. Grayland Arnold
[ Edited by coyote94 on Apr 23, 2020 at 9:59 PM ]
Well they didn't exactly listen to me but all in all those are two big time talents, I trust the staff on this one. But time to take a nap tonight.
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