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Round 1

1. Cleveland (1-15)----DE Myles Garrett Texas A&M

No-brainer pick in my opinion. If they end up taking a Quarterback here it would end up being a huge mistake. Take the pass rusher and either trade back into the top 10 or wait it out at 12 and see which QB's are available.

2. San Francisco (2-14)----S Jamal Adams LSU

Since I've been following the draft I feel like this is the most wide-open 2nd overall pick thus far. You could slot at least 5 other players here and it would make sense. The new trend is HB Leonard Fournette going here. Even a day out of the draft i'm not buying it. Moving Jimmie Ward to corner opens up a spot for a game changer like Adams. He will come in a start day 1 and start to rebuild once was one of the better defenses in the league.

3. Chicago (3-13)----CB Marshon Lattimore Ohio State

This spot at #3 will be the first trade of the night for someone to come up and grade a quarterback. Cleveland is the most likely to do so but I wouldn't be surprised if Houston goes all-in and trade up for Trubisky or Watson. They have their team built just missing the QB to carry them deep into the playoffs. But with them staying here, Lattimore is the pick. He is the top-rated CB on the board by far now that Conely is being investigated. Jonathan Allen was a thought here to keep building a dominate front 7 for them. The arrow is pointing up in Chicago if they can make some of the right moves in this draft.

4. Jacksonville (3-13)----DT Jonathan Allen Alabama

They get the player at #4 who is the best player available and fits a need. Allen has game-changing ability for the interior of this defensive line. Already with consistent players,Allen will not be double teamed every play like he was in College. He will come in and be ready to produce as of the most NFL ready players in this draft. HB Leonard Fournette is also an option here but I also don't believe they will or should take him with two runningbacks getting paid starter money.

5. Tennessee - from LAR (4-12)----TE O.J. Howard Alabama

Tennessee is in a good spot here to get a legitimate star from day 1. They could get Soloman Thomas who is rated as a top 5 guy or Malik Hooker who analysis has as a all-decade type player. But instead of taking them, they take the highest rated tight end who could be the biggest mismatch type player in the draft. They still have Delanie Walker but he is slated to become a free agent next season. Taking Howard will solidify the position for years to come and give them options this season with double tight sets.

6. New York Jets (5-11)----DE/OLB Solomon Thomas Stanford

For the first time in awhile the Jets get lucky and a player they didn't think would be here falls to them. Thomas would be a top 3 pick in most years but this years is weird for some reason. The Jets already have a stacked D-line but Sheldon Richardson still is on his way out most likely. They need to get back to their roots and get the the quarterback because their defensive back field isn't very good. Malik Hooker wouldn't be bad here either for them as he would step in day-1 and contribute.

7. Los Angeles Chargers (5-11)----S Malik Hooker Ohio State

Hooker fits perfectly what the Chargers need, a ball-hawk safety. While safety is their number two or three need, Hooker would be welcomed to LA with open arms. He will try and replace the hole that Eric Weddle left last year which really hurt them. They have to go offensive line with their next pick if they want to continue having Rivers as their quarterback because he is only getting older and hasn't won anything just yet.

8. Carolina (6-10)----HB Leonard Fournette LSU

Fournette falls right into the laps in Carolina as he is rumored to at keast 4 other teams in front of this pick. I feel like those are all smokescreens as they want to scare a team like Carolina to trade up and take him as other teams view him as a "once in a generation" talent. I still have him rated as my 3rd best runningback but that's a different story. He will come in with Jonathan Stewart and create a perfect power running scheme with Cam Newton as they hope to try and keep the ball out of his hands running more this season.

9. Cincinnati (6-9-1)----LB Haason Reddick Temple

I mocked Reddick here a month ago and nothing has changed, I still feel like he is the perfect fit for what Cincinnati wants to do. He has the ability to rush the passer and drop back into coverage. He used properly, could be in a Von Miller type role but obviously not to that ability just yet. No player has risen this high in the draft and the payoff could be a top 10 selection for Reddick.

10. Buffalo (7-9)----QB Deshaun Watson Clemson

The first quarterback comes off the board at 10 even though I feel like he will be the second one selected after a trade up. Still I feel like Watson will be this pick unless one of the safety's or Lattimore falls to this spot. Watson can come in and sit behind Tyrod Taylor who I feel the Bills aren't sold on. Having Watson sit wouldn't be a bad idea but I think he is the most NFL ready QB in this draft. With the Browns potentially trading up for Trubisky, this could take some pressure off of Watson as he can fall into the background and watch and learn how the NFL game works.

11. New Orleans (7-9)----DE Taco Charlton Michigan

The first sorta surprise comes at number 11 with New Orleans. Some might call this a reach but I don't think it is. Pass rushers are always at a premium and taking one a little earlier then expected never hurts. A trade down would also be an option but there aren't any trades in this draft. Charlton will come in a start right from the start and formulate one of the better young d-lines in the game which is weird to say for New Orleans.

12. Cleveland - from Phil (7-9)----QB Mitch Trubisky North Carolina

All-along they were worried they weren't going to get their QB and they do. I still feel like it wont happen at 12 but i'm pretty sure Trubisky will be in Cleveland next season. Trubisky is the biggest missing puzzle piece in this draft. Once teams know where he is going the rest should fall into place. Also, which might benefit him is they might not force him to start right away. Cody Kessler who I feel could be a very good QB in the league should start to buy time for the inexperienced Trubisky. If the Browns are patient they could have a good one and a franchise QB they been long waiting for.

13. Arizona (7-8-1)----WR Corey Davis Western Michigan

Quarterback here is a very popular choice but I feel like they want to compete now and take they player that can help this season and also help the QB they take in the later rounds. Corey Davis has been hurt this off-season so people of the media have been dropping him down their mock drafts. I even read a report that he will fall out of the first round entirely. I do not buy that at all and I feel like NFL teams wont as well. Davis can come in and learn from one of the all-time greats in Larry Fitzgerald and take over for him once he decides to retire. Davis and John Brown create an intriguing possession-speed combo for the future.

14. Philadelphia - from Min (8-8)----HB Christian McCaffrey Stanford

The host team of the NFL draft will garner a few cheers with this pick in my opinion. McCaffrey has game-changing ability on offense and on special teams. Some team do not view him as an "every day" back because of his size. That is completely wrong. McCaffrey carried the load at Stanford setting records in the process. He has the ability to catch the ball out of the backfield like a wide receiver. He can do it all. I wouldn't worry about his durability because he will never take as many clean hits as the other running backs because he is so elusive. He will change the Eagles offense every time he steps on the field.

15. Indianapolis (8-8)----ILB Reuben Foster Alabama

Even with all the off-season issues for Foster, The Colts still take him with the 15th overall pick, which is a steal. Foster is worth a top 5 pick but comes with to much baggage for that. He will step in and hopefully be the leader of the D for the next 15 years. In Indy they have so many holes to fill they could take a number of players in this spot. Pass-rusher, running back, or right tackle all need starters if they want to compete in this division.

16. Baltimore (8-8)----OT/G Forrest Lamp Western Kentucky

It has been reported that Baltimore wants to keep building the offensive line just like the Dallas Cowboys. They took the LT last year in Ronnie Stanley and they year they land tho I feel in the best O-line prospect in the draft. I wouldn't have a problem playing him at right tackle but most teams view him as a dominate guard. Either way, you're getting the "toughest player in the draft" at 16. Just like Zach Martin, Lamp has game-changing ability for the O-line. Now all they will need is a power back to compliment the line and then Baltimore is looking good for a playoff run.

17. Washington (8-7-1)----S Obi Melifonwu Connecticut

The rangy safety/cornerback will go ealier then people expect in this draft. His size-speed combo is ridiculous and his range in center field could end up being at an elite level in the NFL. He fits particularly well in Washington because of the skill set of the safeties there now. D.J. Swearinger is the in-the-box one who struggles sometimes in coverage. Su'a Cravens is better in coverage but they love to use him at nickle linebacker on obvious passing downs. When he's in the box in steps Melifonwu who will play deep third and make quarterbacks question throwing deep on him.

18. Tennessee (9-7)----CB Marlon Humphrey Alabama

After releasing Jason McCourty this offseason, getting a corner early in the draft is a must for Tennessee. No other corner was worth taken at 5 when they picked first but they got their pass catcher they also needed. This would be a steal if they took Conely from Ohio State here. I almost still mocked him but can't until he is all cleared from his rape allegations. Humphrey, Logan Ryan, and surprise pick last year LeShaun Sims form a decent backfield that is needed to get this team a division title.

19. Tampa Bay (9-7)----DE Derek Barnett Tennessee

This pick came down to 3 players, Dalvin Cook, David Njoku, and Derek Barnett. Barnett out of the 3 held the most value and fills a need. They drafted Noah Spence last year but I feel like he is more of a situational pass rusher who has difficulty stopping the run. Barnett can do it call and never has to come off the field. Reporters have said that Tampa Bay loves Dalvin Cook, they could wither trade back into the 1st round to get him or if he falls to the 2nd, trade up then which is more likely in my opinion. But, getting Barnett fills the need in a draft class that lacks pass rushers so better get them while they are available.

20. Denver (9-7)----OT Cam Robinson Alabama

The first official offensive tackle goes off the board at 20 to Denver. At this point they can pick and choose which OT they want since they are all available. So, I put my favorite tackle prospect in this spot. Robinson has showed flashes of dominance at Bama but was very inconsistent last year. Either he wasn't motivated or distracted by something in College. If you can take the lid off this guy and show what he did freshman year, he could be on of the better tackles in the last few years. For now I view him as a left tackle but he could easily flip to the other side and be just as effective.

21. Detroit* (9-7)----DE Takkarist McKinley UCLA

This is a player who i'm not as high on as some people are, but he would land in a nice situation in Detroit. As a pass rusher he seems kind of one dimensional to me which is easy to figure out as a O-lineman. But, the one thing he as that many pass rushers lack is effort on every play. He is full speed all the time which will generate pressure just based off that alone. Also, he doesn't have to step in and be the starting 3 down lineman right away. You can bring him in on 3rd down just to put pressure on the QB. He is also versatile enough to play linebacker in certain situations.

22. Miami* (10-6)----S Marcus Maye Florida

This might be the first time in the night where the average viewing fan doesn't know who this guy is. Maye is a tremendous talent who has been over looked so far in the process. He and Kanu Neal last year formed a nice due. People alos questioned that Neal pick when the Falcons took him but now people wont be so quick to write this pick as "the worst in the 1st round".

23. New York Giants* (11-5)----OT Ryan Ramczyk Wisconsin

I feel like this pick is a must for the Giants. I feel like Eli Manning wont survive with Erik Flowers as his LT again this season. Flowers would be a much better fit at right tackle or right guard. He doesn't have the foot speed to stay at Eli's blindside. Ramczyk would fill 2 holes with 1 selection. The former D3 player made the jump to D1 at Wisconsin and showed right away he belonged at that level. After 1 year made the jump to the NFL and potentially a 1st round pick where he will be a solid player in the NFL if not ever called one of the best in the league.

24. Oakland* (12-4)----ILB Jarrad Davis Florida

This pick was tough for me as it was down to two players. Davis or Malik McDowell both would fit holes for the team and both worth taken this early in the draft. But two reasons why I had them take Davis over McDowell. 1. The DT class is much deeper then the linebacker class. 2. McDowell is too much of a boom or bust prospect. Davis can be that hard hitting, 3 down linebacker the Raiders need. Since they are so close to becoming the team they want, trading up for Ruben Foster wouldn't be a bad idea.

25. Houston* (9-7)----QB Patrick Mahomes Texas Tech

One of the more obvious picks by position but the player at that position is still a huge question mark. Davis Webb, DeShone Kizer, and now Josh Dobbs all have been mentioned of getting taken in this spot. I still went with the highest rated player in Mahomes. The Texans seem like like Tom Savage as their starter this year so letting Mahomes sit and learn will be good for his future. He has all the physical ability for that position but will need to master the mental part before he is trusted as a starting QB in this league.

26. Seattle* (10-5-1)----OT Garett Bolles Utah

This is much needed more for Seattle then another CB because I don't think Richard Sherman is going anywhere. I feel like if Bolles was 22 instead of 26 he would be a top 10 pick in this weak OT class. He at this point is a grown man and will be ready to start day 1. He can't be much worse than the starting power forward for the Western Kentucky basketball team. With the depth at corner in this draft, this will be the safer pick as they could get a starter in the 2nd or 3rd round in this draft.

27. Kansas City* (12-4)----WR Mike Williams Clemson

The fall of Mike Williams stops at pick 27. While Williams has the ability to be a top 20 pick, the need for a WR in this draft isn't there like it usually is. Kansas City doesn't have a huge need at WR but it would be nice to finally give Alex Smith a full compliment of weapons. I feel like he would be a better fit than John Ross because 1. they have Tyreek Hill and 2. Smith doesn't throw deep. This pick can only help them out getting over the hump in the playoffs.

28. Dallas* (13-3)----CB Adoree' Jackson USC

This pick is necessary because Dallas lost 3 out out of their 4 starters in the defensive backfield last season. But, Jackson fits well because he can also return kicks and punts. He might not be the most gifted in coverage but he is one of the more athletic corners in the draft. If they can teach Jackson better technique, he could be one of the better ones in this draft.

29. Green Bay* (10-6)----CB Quincy Wilson Florida

After Julio Jones and the rest of the NFL burned the Packers corners, they have to get new talent there. Resigning Devon House isn't the answer either. Quincy Wilson is the lesser known of the two Florida corners but he might end up being drafted higher than people expect. Teez Tabor is the better of the two but ran a slow 40 which will hurt him. Wilson is a pure cover corner who isn't as physical as you like him but he has lock down potential which the Packers needs very bad.

30. Pittsburgh* (11-5)----S Budda Baker Washington

Baker is exactly what the Pittsburgh Steelers are looking for. A player that can play all over the field, hits hard, and can cover the slot. Sounds like a familiar player in Pittsburgh, kind of like Troy Polamalu. While I am not comparing the two players, I am saying they have similar skill sets and in Pitt that's what they've been missing since he retired.

31. Atlanta* (11-5)----DE/OLB Charles Harris Missouri

Atlanta seems determined to add more pass rushers to the mix, and they get one very late in the first round. Harris might go a lot ealier than this but I have him falling as the other DE's have been selected already. Harris is raw a little and will need some time to be coached up but he is very athletic and will be used as a pass rush specialist in his first year.

32. New Orleans - from NE(14-2)----WR John Ross Washington

While this isn't the biggest need for the Saints, I feel like Ross is to good to pass up here. He has game changing speed and is surprisingly a polished route runner. This pick is a luxury for them as they traded Brandin Cooks for it. So why not replace him with a player faster and has more potential?

Round 2

33. Cleveland (1-15)----S Jabrill Peppers Michigan
34. San Francisco (2-14)----OT/G Dion Dawkins Temple
35. Jacksonville (3-13)----TE David Njoku Miami
36. Chicago (3-13)----QB DeShone Kizer Notre Dame
37. Los Angeles Rams (4-12)----CB Kevin King Washington
38. Los Angeles Chargers (5-11)----OG Dan Feeney Indiana
39. New York Jets (5-11)----OT Antonio Garcia Troy
40. Carolina (6-10)----DE Jordan Willis Kansas State
41. Cincinnati (6-9-1)----DE Derek Rivers Youngstown State
42. New Orleans (7-9)----CB Fabian Moreau UCLA
43. Philadelphia (7-9)----CB Tre'Davious White LSU
44. Buffalo (7-9)----WR Zay Jones East Carolina
45. Arizona (7-8-1)----CB Teez Tabor Florida
46. Indianapolis (8-8)----HB Dalvin Cook Florida State
47. Baltimore (8-8)----WR JuJu Smith-Schuster USC
48. Minnesota (8-8)----HB Joe Mixon Oklahoma
49. Washington (8-7-1)----DE Malik McDowell Michigan State
50. Tampa Bay (9-7)----TE Adam Shaheen Ashland
51. Denver (9-7)----TE Evan Engram Ole Miss
52. Cleveland - from Ten (9-7)----CB Sidney Jones Washington
53. Detroit* (9-7)----LB Zach Cunningham Vanderbilt
54. Miami* (10-6)----OG Dorian Johnson Pittsburgh
55. New York Giants* (11-5)----OLB T.J. Watt Wisconsin
56. Oakland* (12-4)----CB Cordrea Tankersley Clemson
57. Houston* (9-7)----S Marcus Williams Utah
58. Seattle* (10-5-1)----CB Rasul Douglas West Virginia
59. Kansas City* (12-4)----QB Joshua Dobbs Tennessee
60. Dallas* (13-3)----DE Tim Williams Alabama
61. Green Bay* (10-6)----HB Alvin Kamara Tennessee
62. Pittsburgh* (11-5)----OLB Ryan Anderson Alabama
63. Atlanta* (11-5)----OG David Sharpe Florida
64. Carolina - from NE (14-2)----WR Curtis Samuel Ohio State

Round 3

65. Cleveland (1-15)----TE Jordan Leggett Clemson
66. San Francisco (2-14)----QB Davis Webb Cal
67. Chicago (3-13)----WR Cooper Kupp Eastern Washington
68. Jacksonville (3-13)----OT Taylor Moton Western Michigan
69. Los Angeles Rams (4-12)----DE Chris Wormley Michigan
70. New York Jets (5-11)----WR KD Cannon Baylor
71. Los Angeles Chargers (5-11)----QB Brad Kaaya Miami
72. New England - Car (6-10)----LB Raekwon McMillan Ohio State
73. Cincinnati (6-9-1)----HB D'Onta Foreman Texas
74. Baltimore - from Phil (7-9)----OLB Tyus Bowser Houston
75. Buffalo (7-9)----CB Desmond King Iowa
76. New Orleans (7-9)----LB Alex Anzalone Florida
77. Arizona (7-8-1)----QB Nathan Peterman Pittsburgh
78. Baltimore (8-8)----HB Samaje Perine Oklahoma
79. Minnesota (8-8)----OT Roderick Johnson Florida State
80. Indianapolis (8-8)----OLB Tyus Bowser Houston
81. Washington (8-7-1)----HB Wayne Gallman Clemson
82. Denver (9-7)----NT Carlos Watkins Clemson
83. Tennessee (9-7)----WR Chad Hansen Cal
84. Tampa Bay (9-7)----DT Dalvin Tomlinson Alabama
85. Detroit* (9-7)----WR Chris Godwin Penn State
86. Minnesota - from Mia (10-6)----S Justin Evans Texas A&M
87. New York Giants* (11-5)----TE Gerald Everett South Alabama
88. Oakland* (12-4)----DT Larry Ogunjobi Charlotte
89. Houston* (9-7)----OT Dan Skipper Arkansas
90. Seattle* (10-5-1)----WR Isaiah Ford Virginia Tech
91. Kansas City* (12-4)----CB Howard Wilson Houston
92. Dallas* (13-3)----DE/DT Tanoh Kpassagnon Villanova
93. Green Bay* (10-6)----OG Isaac Asiata Utah
94. Pittsburgh* (11-5)----TE Bucky Hodges Virginia Tech
95. Atlanta* (11-5)----WR Taywan Taylor Western Kentucky
96. New England* (14-2)----CB Gareon Conley Ohio State
97. Miami (comp)----DT Elijah Qualls Washington
98. Carolina (comp)----CB Ahkello Witherspoon Colorado
99. Philadelphia (comp)----DE Tarell Basham Ohio
100. Tennessee (comp)----S Josh Jones NC State
101. Denver (comp)----C Ethan Pocic LSU
102. Seattle (comp)----DT Jaleel Johnson Iowa
103. New Orleans (comp)----TE Jake Butt Michigan
104. Kansas City (comp)----DE Da'Shawn Hand Alabama
105. Pittsburgh (comp)----ILB Anthony Walker Jr. Northwestern
106. Seattle (comp)----OT Julie'n Davenport Bucknell
107. New York Jets (comp)----TE George Kittle Iowa

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27. Kansas City* (12-4)----WR Mike Williams Clemson
59. Kansas City* (12-4)----QB Joshua Dobbs Tennessee
91. Kansas City* (12-4)----CB Howard Wilson Houston
104. Kansas City (comp)----DE Da'Shawn Hand Alabama

This is one of the more intelligent mocks I have seen. The Chiefs have wants, but value like Williams will set them aside.

Dobbs is a bit early, but he would not last to #91.

I will quibble with Wilson because there are so many good lineman on the board. They need depth on both lines. Qualls is a NT and don't let anyone tel;l you differently.

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The Rams need offensive playmakers for Goff and I see none in this mock. I think King is a 1st round talent and the Rams could use a cornerback but I see the Rams pass on Engram (which I'm sure McVay is thinking Reed when he sees him) and JuJu which the Rams are very high on and I'm like why would that happen. Give the Rams Engram definitely or at least JuJu. My thinking would be Engram which is a no brainer.
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Can't hate on it for the Raiders. I may however go with Tanoh in R3 just because he's so intriguing there.
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28. Dallas* (13-3)----CB Adoree' Jackson USC

I'd be cool with it.

60. Dallas* (13-3)----DE Tim Williams Alabama

Don't want to deal with another off the field character concern. Since you have us going DL in the 3rd, give us DB Desmond King here.

92. Dallas* (13-3)----DE/DT Tanoh Kpassagnon Villanova

Good pick.

Overall I'd be damn happy if we went Jackson, King, Kpassagnon.
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1 pick out of 3 on the Falcons this go around. Im not really sure you know our team to well bro. If you need help on learning a bit more about the Falcons shoot me a PM and i can help ya on ya mocks and our schemes and needs over the years. I don't mind helping out my friend just let me know.

As for the picks

1st - Charles Harris - Edge Rusher - Not a bad pick at all and considering what players are already gone there he was prob. BPA of the Edge rushers left.

2nd - David Sharpe - I like that you picked a OG for us but you picked quite possibly the worst OG you could for our team and scheme. Sharpe is a 6'6 345 to 350 pound 5.45 or 5.50 40 slow as mollases power scheme running mauling OG. We run a super athletic quick zone blocking scheme with guys who will need to be able to pull and get to the next level amazingly fast. Sharpe would die here and would not be able to handle what we need of him for our scheme. You put him on a power run straight forward team and he will be one bad dude for the right team it's just not us.

Replacement pick - Desmond King - FS - He might not be a great CB prospect although a so so one. but in the Falcons scheme where we need a rangy zone scheme FS who knows how to do correct reads in front of him King is a perfect fit almost. His hips probably aren't built to be a top tier CB but at FS for us that wouldn't be as much of a problem.

3rd - Taywan Taylor - WR - At this point i think you just gave up and didn't know anymore needs for us so you just chose a player you like and put him there lol. WR is without a doubt the deepest position we have on the whole team LOADED with talent and no one has mocked one to us outside of maybe you Smile CB and DT are possibly the only other 2 positions we have talent close to WR we prob. shouldn't draft atleast not in the 1st 4 rounds.

Replacement pick - Danny Isidora - RG - Dude is built for the ZBS and ran it in Miami. Under a 5 seconds 40 and moves extremely well in space outside of maybe Lamp or Feeney he might be the best fit in the draft for our scheme.

In the 4th, 5th, and 7th i might target a OLb, TE, and Power RB or BPa for a 2nd or 3rd round guy who drops to us there.
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Love it for Philly
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Solid Texans draft.
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I could live with it, but don't love it

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IF we go QB, and Tribisky is on the board, hes the pick
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Not bad for the Vikings. I coudl see taking OT, though I'd prefer OG, but moving Remmers into OG is always an option.
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If rounds 2 and 3 go like that, I have no problem taking a QB at 10. Trubisky or Watson.

Thank you NickChowaniec!

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Eagles#1 wrote:
15. Indianapolis (8-8 )----ILB Reuben Foster Alabama
46. Indianapolis (8-8 )----HB Dalvin Cook Florida State
80. Indianapolis (8-8 )----OLB Tyus Bowser Houston

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Not a fan of this draft. Thomas is not a fit in our system at all. He's a tad more talented Coples pretty much.
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