Mock Draft

Wednesday, April 27, 2016

2016 Mock Draft - FINAL

The final mock draft has been released.



Team  Name Pos School
1 LA Rams Jared Goff QB California
2 Philadelphia Carson Wentz QB North Dakota St.
3 San Diego Laremy Tunsil OT Mississippi
4 Dallas Jalen Ramsey CB Florida St.
5 Jacksonville Joey Bosa DE Ohio St.
6 Baltimore DeForest Buckner DE Oregon
7 San Francisco Ronnie Stanley OT Notre Dame
8 Cleveland Myles Jack ILB UCLA
9 Tampa Bay Vernon Hargreaves CB Florida
10 NY Giants Shaq Lawson DE/OLB Clemson
11 Chicago Leonard Floyd OLB Georgia
12 New Orleans Sheldon Rankins DT Louisville
13 Miami Ezekiel Elliott RB Ohio St.
14 Oakland Eli Apple CB Ohio St.
15 Tennessee Taylor Decker OT Ohio St.
16 Detroit Jarran Reed DE/DT Alabama
17 Atlanta Darron Lee OLB Ohio St.
18 Indianapolis Jack Conklin OT Michigan St.
19 Buffalo A'Shawn Robinson DT Alabama
20 NY Jets Paxton Lynch QB Memphis
21 Washington Reggie Ragland ILB Alabama
22 Houston Josh Doctson WR TCU
23 Minnesota Corey Coleman WR Baylor
24 Cincinnati Laquon Treadwell WR Mississippi
25 Pittsburgh Karl Joseph SS West Virginia
26 Seattle Robert Nkemdiche DE/OLB Mississippi
27 Green Bay William Jackson III CB Houston
28 Kansas City William Fuller WR Notre Dame
29 Arizona Ryan Kelly C Alabama
30 Carolina Mackensie Alexander CB Clemson
31 Denver Connor Cook QB Michigan St.

New England Forfeited 1st Round Pick

GM Experiment

Once again, NFL Draft Pros will be taking our swing at showing our GM-ness during the 2016 NFL Draft.

This will be our 8th year performing this ongoing experiment. Here is how we do it. We will have the same amount of time as the NFL teams do. We will go on the clock as soon as pick 16 in each round in revealed, and will have until pick 17 in each round is announced. We can draft any player that is still undrafted. In addition to the picks in the middle of each round. We will take the very last pick in rounds 4, 5, 6 & 7. Call these our compensatory picks. So we will have a total of 10 picks. On Saturday night, immediately following Mr. Irrelevant,  we will then "sign" between 5-10 Undrafted Free Agents. We do it right away to ensure that we don't know where those players eventually do sign. Nothing is perfect, but we think the system we have now is pretty good.

If you're interested in seeing our picks as they happen, be sure you're following NFL Draft Pros on Twitter.

It's always easy in a few years for fans to say, "I would have taken..." or "Why didn't we take..." But in the heat of the draft, with minutes to make the pick and 100s of players staring at you from your spreadsheet, it's a little tougher, but a great exercise for anyone who loves the draft.

Now, with the first pick of the 2016 NFL Draft....

Tuesday, April 26, 2016

Top 10 RBs, WRs & TEs

When the 2016 draft is reviewed years from now how will the draftees stack-up? Here's how we see it. Here's who we see having the longest and most impactful career in the NFL.


Ezekiel Elliott RB Ohio State
Derrick Henry RB Alabama
Devontae Booker RB Utah
C.J. Prosise RB Notre Dame
Kenneth Dixon RB Louisiana Tech
Jordan Howard RB Indiana
Paul Perkins RB UCLA
Alex Collins RB Arkansas
Daniel Lasco RB California
Tyler Ervin RB San Jose State



Josh Doctson WR TCU
Will Fuller WR Notre Dame
Laquon Treadwell WR Ole Miss
Corey Coleman WR Baylor
Tyler Boyd WR Pittsburgh
Michael Thomas WR Ohio State
Sterling Shepard WR Oklahoma
Pharoh Cooper WR South Carolina
Rashard Higgins WR Colorado State
Kolby Listenbee WR TCU



Hunter Henry TE Arkansas
Austin Hooper TE Stanford
Nick Vannett TE Ohio State
Jerell Adams TE South Carolina
Thomas Duarte TE UCLA
Ben Braunecker TE Harvard
Beau Sandland TE Montana State
Temarrick Hemingway TE South Carolina State
Tyler Higbee TE Western Kentucky
Bryce Williams TE East Carolina

Top 10 QBs

When the 2016 draft is reviewed years from now how will the draftees stack-up? Here's how we see it. Here's who we see having the longest and most impactful career in the NFL.

 
Jared Goff QB California
Carson Wentz QB North Dakota State
Paxton Lynch QB Memphis
Connor Cook QB Michigan State
Cardale Jones QB Ohio State
Christian Hackenberg QB Penn State
Dak Prescott QB Mississippi State
Kevin Hogan QB Stanford
Brandon Allen QB Arkansas
Jacoby Brissett QB NC State

Friday, April 22, 2016

Top 10 OT, OG & C

Top 10 O-linemen

Laremy Tunsil OT Ole Miss
Ronnie Stanley OT Notre Dame
Taylor Decker OT Ohio State
Jack Conklin OT Michigan State
Jason Spriggs OT Indiana
Shon Coleman OT Auburn
Germain Ifedi OT Texas A&M
Le'Raven Clark OT Texas Tech
Caleb Benenoch OT UCLA
Jerald Hawkins OT LSU



Cody Whitehair OG Kansas State
Joshua Garnett OG Stanford
Joe Dahl OG Washington State
Christian Westerman OG Arizona State
Connor McGovern OG Missouri
Vadal Alexander OG LSU
Isaac Seumalo OG Oregon State
Sebastian Tretola OG Arkansas
Rees Odhiambo OG Boise State
Darrell Greene OG San Diego State







Ryan Kelly C Alabama
Nick Martin C Notre Dame
Max Tuerk C Southern California
Evan Boehm C Missouri
Jack Allen C Michigan State
Matt Skura C Duke
Ty Darlington C Oklahoma
Mike Matthews C Texas A&M
Marcus Henry C Boise State
Jake Brendel C UCLA




























Thursday, April 30, 2015

GM Experiment 2015

Once again, NFL Draft Pros will be taking our swing at showing our GM-ness during the 2015 NFL Draft.

This will be our 7th year performing this ongoing experiment. Here is how we do it. We will have the same amount of time as the NFL teams do. We will go on the clock as soon as pick 16 in each round in revealed, and will have until pick 17 in each round is announced. We can draft any player that is still undrafted. In addition to the picks in the middle of each round. We will take the very last pick in rounds 4, 5, 6 & 7. Call these our compensatory picks. So we will have a total of 10 picks. On Saturday night, immediately following Mr. Irrelevant,  we will then "sign" between 5-10 Undrafted Free Agents. We do it right away to ensure that we don't know where those players eventually do sign. Nothing is perfect, but we think the system we have now is pretty good.

If you're interested in seeing our picks as they happen, be sure you're following NFL Draft Pros on Twitter.

It's always easy in a few years for fans to say, "I would have taken..." or "Why didn't we take..." But in the heat of the draft, with minutes to make the pick and 100s of players staring at you from your spreadsheet, it's a little tougher, but a great exercise for anyone who loves the draft.

Now, with the first pick of the 2015 NFL Draft....

Tuesday, April 28, 2015

2015 Mock Draft - FINAL



Team  Name Pos School
1 Buccaneers Jameis Winston QB Florida St.
2 Titans Marcus Mariota QB Oregon
3 Jaguars Dante Fowler Jr. DE Florida
4 Raiders Amari Cooper WR Alabama
5 Redskins Leonard Williams DE USC
6 NY Jets Randy Gregory OLB Nebraska
7 Bears Shane Ray OLB Missouri
8 Falcons Vic Beasley OLB Clemson
9 NY Giants Brandon Scherff OT/OG Iowa
10 Rams Kevin White WR West Virginia
11 Vikings Trae Waynes CB Michigan St.
12 Browns Malcolm Brown DT Texas
13 Saints Alvin Dupree DE Kentucky
14 Dolphins Kevin Johnson CB Wake Forest
15 49ers Devante Parker WR Louisville
16 Texans Danny Shelton DT Washington
17 Chargers Todd Gurley RB Georgia
18 Chiefs Byron Jones CB Uconn
19 Browns Nelson Agholor WR USC
20 Eagles Shaq Thompson LB Washington
21 Bengals Arik Armstead DE Oregon
22 Steelers Landon Collins SS Alabama
23 Lions Andrus Peat OT Stanford
24 Cardinals Breshad Perriman WR UCF
25 Panthers Ereck Flowers OT Miami
26 Ravens Jalen Collins CB LSU
27 Cowboys Marcus Peters CB Washington
28 Broncos Caeron Erving C Florida St.
29 Colts DJ Humphries OT Florida
30 Packers Eric Kendricks ILB UCLA
31 Saints Maxx Williams TE Minnesota
32 Patriots Jordan Phillips DT Oklahoma