A former NFL GM and a two-time Super Bowl champion are going through the entire first round of picks

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First-round pick of the Carolina Panthers: Caleb Williams, quarterback (USC), Jr., 6’1″ and 215 pounds, projected team Chicago PROSPECT RNK 2nd POSITION RNK 1st PAYDS 3633 RUYDS 121 INTS 5 TDS 41 Ryan Wilson – The Bears aren’t trading down this year, in contrast to last.
Rick Spielman, the former longtime Vikings general manager, knows that Drake Maye, a quarterback from North Carolina, is the third pick in the first round. He is a sophomore, 6’4″ and 230 pounds, and is projected to play for the New England Prospects team in the fourth position.
This young man possesses exceptional arm talent, is large and athletic, and is capable of making all the necessary throws.
Mock Trade from Arizona Cardinals Round 1 – Pick 4 Projected Team Minnesota Prospect RNK 19th POSITION RNK 4th PAYDS 2991 RUYDS 202 INTS 4 TDS 25 Ryan Wilson – The Vikings move up to select J. A. J. McCarthy, creating NFL history by selecting quarterbacks with the first four picks in the draft for the first time ever.
“I enjoy J. I. J. McCarthy, I genuinely do, guys.
However, I believe that J belongs here. A. J. where he seems to be overdrafted. “.”.
First Round: Pick 5: Ohio State • Jr. • 6’4″ / 205 lbs. Projected Team L. A. Chargers Prospect RNK First Position RNK First Rec 67 REYDS 1211 YDS/REC 18.1 TDS 15 Bryant McFadden – Jim Harbaugh stated that holding the No.
This mock draft plays out with the 5 pick being equivalent to a team choosing first overall if they don’t need a quarterback.
After offloading Mike Williams and Keenan Allen this offseason, the Chargers now have one of the best wide receiver prospects in recent memory in Marvin Harrison Jr.
With quarterbacks and wide receivers selected in the first six picks, it was obvious who to select in the second round (pick seven, Joe Alt, OT, Notre Dame, Jr., 6’7″ / 322 lbs, Projected Team Tennessee PROSPECT RNK, 8th POSITION, Ryan Wilson).
Along the Titans offensive line, guard Peter Skoronski, the first round selection from the previous year, pairs with Joe Alt.
“Joe Alt moves well in space, is a decent athlete, and is taller than many trees you might see outside.
Will Levis and I both adore this choice. “.”.
Pick 8 in Round 1: Jared Verse, Jr., EDGE Florida State; 6’4″ / 260 lbs; Projected Team Atlanta PROSPECT; RNK 11th POSITION; RNK 2nd Bryant McFadden — This is his No.
One reason he’s the top edge rusher in the class is that he’s a versatile defensive player.
Draft: First Round – Pick 9 Dallas Turner EDGE Alabama • Jr. • 6’4″ / 252 lbs. Projected Team Chicago PROSPECT RNK 7th POSITION RNK 1st Rick Spielman – The Bears may consider a wide receiver in this pick, but they actually need an edge rusher to complement Montez Sweat.
Dallas Turner was chosen because of this.
“I believe his first step to be just as quick as that of Will Anderson Jr., a fellow former Alabama edge rusher.
Although this guy will make his money rushing the passer, he can also drop into coverage. “.
Round 1: Projected Team N: Pick 10 Rome Odunze, Jr., Wide Receiver, Washington, 6’3″ / 215 lbs. Y.
Jets Prospect RNK 10th Position RNK 3rd REC 92 REYDS 1640 YDS/REC 17.8 TDS 15 Ryan Wilson: Wilson has the Jets select Rome Odunze over a top offensive tackle to guard Aaron Rodgers.
Regarding his metrics, I was ecstatic to watch Rome run in the 4.4s in Indianapolis (during the combine).
Regarding his potential to be a huge, influential player, that was the only worry I had.
Mock Trade from Minnesota Vikings Round 1 – Pick 11 Quinyon Mitchell CB Toledo • Jr. • 6’0″ / 196 lbs. Projected Team Arizona PROSPECT RNK 9th POSITION RNK 1st Bryant McFadden – It made sense to trade back because the Cardinals have a lot of needs.
Quinyon Mitchell is the player they select with the first of their three first-round picks.
Despite having a stellar collegiate career, he received his ultimate endorsement in Mobile during the Senior Bowl.
Both in one-on-one and eleven-on-eleven drills, he was unstoppable.
He WANTS to tackle, and I adore that he can tackle. ****.
Draft Projected Team Dallas Prospect RNK 5th Position RNK 1st Ryan Wilson; Huge trade from the Cowboys! Mock Trade from the Las Vegas Raiders Round 1 – Pick 13 Olumuyiwa Fashanu OT Penn State • Jr. • 6’6” / 317 lbs.
To choose the successor to Tyron Smith, Jerry Jones advances eleven spots.
Though Rick Spielman finds the fit appealing, it is unclear how much Dallas would have to pay to make this change.
“One of the most pressing needs on my offensive line—and possibly even on my football team—is filled by you, the second-best left tackle. “.
The fact that you mentioned having a bookend tackle opposite Ryan Ramczyk makes this a huge plus and an opportunity to improve.
You bring more skill to the offensive tackle position in addition to a healthy dose of competition. ****.
Round 1 – Pick 15 Cooper DeJean CB Iowa • Jr. • 6’1” / 207 lbs Projected Team Indianapolis PROSPECT RNK 30th POSITION RNK 5th Rick Spielman – Spielman saw that Gus Bradley’s defense needed reinforcements on the back end after watching it play a season ago.
As a football player, he’s simply too good to ignore.
Additionally, I believe he will develop into a reliable punt returner. “.”.
Pick 16: Jackson Powers-Johnson, IOL, Oregon; Jr.; 6’3″ / 320 lbs; Projected Team Seattle PROSPECT RNK 33rd POSITION RNK 2nd Ryan Wilson – Jackson Power helps the Seahawks bolster their offensive line.
NEUTRAL

by Carolina Panthers.

Pick 1 in the first round.

Caleb Williams at quarterback.

Junior; USC; 6’1″; 215 lbs.

Team Projected.

Illinois.

ADVANTAGE RNK.

Second.

RNK POSITION.

first.

A PAYDS.

3633.

RUYDS.

Number 121.

INTERVIEWS.

5.

TD.

42.

Ryan Wilson: The Bears aren’t trading down this year, in contrast to previous year. Caleb Williams is chosen for Chicago.

First round: Selection 2.

quarterback Jayden Daniels.

6’4″ / 210 lbs., Senior at LSU.

Team Projected.

Washington.

GO FOR RNK.

Sixth.

POSITION NK.

The third.

A PAYDS.

3812, please.

RUYDS.

1134.

INTS.

4.

TDS.

Fifty.

Bryant McFadden: Choosing the Heisman Trophy winner could help Washington, who has struggled to get the quarterback position right over the last few decades.

First round: Choose three.

QB Drake Maye.

Six’4″ and 230 pounds; North Carolina • Soph.

Team Projected.

The New England region.

ENSUMBER RNK.

fourth.

RNK POSITION.

Next.

A PAYDS.

3608.

RUYDS.

449.

INTS.

9.

TD.

33.

For the former longtime general manager of the Vikings, Rick Spielman, this is an obvious choice. This young man has amazing arm talent, is large and athletic, and is capable of making all the necessary throws. He’s a fantastic leader, in my opinion. dot. Though I believe this kid is a perfect fit for (new Patriots OC) Alex Van Pelt’s offense, he probably did too much this year, forcing too many throws into coverage that led to interceptions. “.”.

Cardinals of Arizona mock trade.

First round: Pick 4.

Team Projected.

Minn.

ENSUMBER RNK.

the nineteenth.

ATTACHMENT RNK.

fourth.

A PAYDS.

2991.

RUYDS.

2022.

INTERVIEWS.

4.

TDS.

25.

Ryan Wilson: The Vikings select J. after trading up. D. J. McCarthy, becoming the first quarterback selected with the first four picks in NFL history. Bryant McFadden isn’t entirely in agreement. “I enjoy J.”. I. J. Guys, I truly do, McCarthy. But this seems like J’s place. D. J. where he seems to be overdrafted. “.

First round: select five.

Ohio State Jr., 6’4″, 205 pounds.

Team Projected.

L. An. Batteries.

ADVANTAGE RNK.

First.

RNK POSITION.

first.

REC.

67%.

RYDS.

1211.

YDS/REC.

Eighteen points.

TD.

In 15.

Jim Harbaugh stated that Bryant McFadden—having the No. The way this mock draft plays out, the number five pick is essentially equivalent to selecting first for a team that doesn’t need a quarterback. The Chargers acquire one of the top wide receiver prospects in recent memory in Marvin Harrison Jr., following the release of Mike Williams and Keenan Allen this offseason.

First round: choose six.

Malik Nabers, Wide Right.

LSU • Jr.; 200 lbs., 6’0”.

Team Projected.

Not N. You Y. Giants.

GO FOR RNK.

third.

POSITION NK.

Second.

REC.

1989.

RYDS.

1569.

YDS/REC.

17 points.

TDS.

14.

Rick Spielman: The Giants traded for Brian Burns from the Panthers in order to improve their offensive line, and according to Rick, they also addressed the position in free agency. Notwithstanding, they still require playmakers, and Nabers is “the most explosive player in this class with the ball in his hands after the catch), possibly the fastest receiver up in this area, so he’s going to bring an instant impact and big-play ability to the New York Giants offense.”. ****.

First Round: Select 7.

Joe Alt, OT.

Jr. Notre Dame • 6’7″ / 322 lbs.

Team Projected.

TN.

GO FOR RNK.

eighth.

RNK POSITION.

2.

Ryan Wilson: With QBs and wide receivers selected in the first six spots, this choice was obvious. Along the Titans’ offensive line, Joe Alt is paired with guard Peter Skoronski, the first-round selection from the previous season. Joe Alt is a pretty good athlete, moves well in space, and is taller than many trees you might see outside. dot. Both Will Levis and I think this is a fantastic choice. “.

First round: Pick 8.

Verse Edge Jared.

Florida State Jr. is 6’4” and weighs 260 pounds.

Team Projected.

Georgia.

GO FOR RNK.

eleventh.

RNK POSITION.

Next.

The No. for Bryant McFadden is this. The reason he’s the number one edge rusher in the class is that he’s a defensive player who can do it all. Although we are aware of his ability to pressure quarterbacks and rush the passer, he also possesses a strong run defense, which is extremely important in the National Football League. “.”.

First round: Select 9.

The Edge of Dallas Turner.

Jr. • Alabama • 6’4″ / 252 lbs.

Team Projected.

Illinois.

ADVANTAGE RNK.

seventh.

POSITION RNK.

First.

Rick Spielman: Although Montez Sweat is an edge rusher, the Bears should really look to the wide receiver position here. Dallas Turner was chosen because of this. “I believe his first step is just as quick as that of Will Anderson Jr., a fellow former Alabama edge rusher. dot. While rushing the passer is how this guy will make his money, he can also drop into coverage. “.

First round: select ten.

Rome Odunze Western Reserve.

Jr. Washington, 6’3” and 215 pounds.

Team Projected.

N. You Y. Jets.

ENSUMBER RNK.

tenth.

POSITION NK.

third.

REC.

Nineteen.

RYDS.

1640.

YDS/REC.

17 points.

TDS.

15.

Ryan Wilson: Wilson has the Jets select Rome Odunze as their offensive tackle instead of selecting one of the best players to guard Aaron Rodgers. Bryant McFadden adores the former standout player from Washington. He’s prepared like a pro. I was ecstatic to watch Rome run in the 4.4s in Indianapolis (at the combine) when you discussed his measurables. That was the only doubt I had about his potential to be a really significant player. dot. dependable individual, adept at running routes as well. Even against the best in the National Football League, receivers frequently prevail there, so his ability to create separation at the top of the route is crucial. “.

Twin Cities Vikings mock trade.

First round: Pick 11.

CB Quinyon Mitchell.

Toledo Jr., 6’0” and 196 pounds.

Team Projected.

AZ.

ADVANTAGE RNK.

ninth.

POSITION NK.

first.

Bryant McFadden: It made sense for the Cardinals to trade back because they have a lot of needs. Quinyon Mitchell is selected with the first of their three first-round selections. “Talented corner, lockdown corner from Toledo. Had an outstanding collegiate career, but he actually got his stamp of approval down in Mobile at the Senior Bowl. He dominated both one-on-one and eleven-on-eleven drills. The Arizona Cardinals believe he can make a significant impact as a backup quarterback because of his smooth technique, ball skills, and extremely aggressive mindset. “.

First round: choose twelve.

Arnold Terrion CB.

Alabama • Soph • 196 lbs / 6’0”.

Team Projected.

Colorado.

PROSPECT RNK.

12th.

POSITION RNK.

2.

REC.

Number 56.

RYDS.

724-514.

YDS/REC.

Twelve Eight.

TD.

7.

Rick Spielman: Terrion Arnold would make an excellent complement to Pat Surtain II as the cornerback run. Bryant McFadden is pleased with the Alabama standout’s performance thus far. “Terrion Arnold is my love. total corner. Both his ability and desire to tackle are admirable. “.”.

The Las Vegas Raiders mock traded.

First Round: Select 13.

Fashanu Olumuyiwa OT.

Penn State Jr., 6’6″ and 317 pounds.

Team Projected.

Texas.

GO FOR RNK.

The fifth.

ATTACHMENT RNK.

first.

Ryan Wilson—A major trade from the Cowboys! Jerry Jones jumps up eleven spots to choose the team’s replacement for Tyron Smith. Rick Spielman finds this move very appealing, but it’s unclear how much Dallas would have to pay to make this change. “One of the most pressing needs on my offensive line—and possibly even on my football team—is filled by you, the second-best left tackle. “.”.

First round: Pick 14.

Taliese Fuaga (OT).

Junior at Oregon State • 6’6″ / 334 lbs.

Team Projected.

Orleans, New.

GO FOR RNK.

14th.

POSITION NK.

third.

Bryant McFadden—The Saints choose Taliese Fuaga to start alongside former All-Pro right tackle Ryan Ramczyk because 2022 first-round pick Trevor Penning hasn’t lived up to the hype. “Another superb, athletic offensive lineman representing Oregon State.”. You mentioned having a bookend tackle opposite Ryan Ramczyk, so this is a huge plus and a chance to improve. dot. You bring competition to the offensive tackle position in addition to more talent. “.

First round: fifteen are chosen.

Cooper DeJean CB.

Junior; Iowa; 6’1” / 207 lbs.

Team Projected.

Chicago.

GO FOR RNK.

the 30th.

POSITION RNK.

The fifth.

Rick Spielman: Spielman saw last season’s performance of Gus Bradley’s defense and concluded that it was in need of back-end assistance. “I have the chance to acquire a highly skilled football player who can play nickel, outside, run support, and, if necessary, safety. As a football player, he’s just too good to ignore. He’s also going to be a legitimate punt returner, in my opinion. ****.

Round 1: Select 16.

Jackson Powers-Johnson IOL.

Oregon • Jr. • 320 lbs. / 6’3″.

Team Projected.

Seattle.

ADVANTAGE RNK.

33.

POSITION RNK.

Second.

Ryan Wilson: Jackson Powers-Johnson helps the Seahawks’ offensive line.

First Round: Select 17.

CB Wiggins Nate.

• Jr. Clemson • 6’2″ / 185 lbs.

Team Projected.

Florida.

GO FOR RNK.

July 27.

RNK POSITION.

fourth.

Bryant McFadden: With the Jaguars receiving the lightning-fast Nate Wiggins, the former NFL cornerback returns to his natural position at the position.

Pick 18 in the first round.

JC Latham, OT.

Alabama • Jr. • 360 lbs. / 6’6”.

Team Projected.

Cincinnati, Ohio.

GO FOR RNK.

twentieth.

POSITION NK.

The fifth.

Rick Spielman: The Bengals acquire JC Latham, another pass-protector, in place of Brock Bowers, a pass-catcher, for Joe Burrow.

Round 1 – Pick 19.

Projected Team.

L. 1. Rams Sports.

GO FOR RNK.

fifteenth.

ATTACHMENT RNK.

First.

Ryan Wilson: The Rams choose Byron Murphy II to try to cover the huge void left by Aaron Donald’s retirement.

First round: Choose 20.

Amaris Mims (OT).

Jr. Georgia • 6’7″ / 340 lbs.

Team Projected.

Pennsylvania.

ENSUMBER RNK.

17th.

POSITION RNK.

Fourth.

Bryant McFadden — McFadden’s former team selects an offensive tackle from Georgia for the second straight year.

First round: 21 to 21.

Troy Fautanu IOL.

Washington • Jr • 6’4″ / 317 lbs.

Projected Team.

Miami.

ENSUMBER RNK.

21st.

RNK POSITION.

First.

Rick Spielman: Troy Fautanu helps the Dolphins make up for the offensive line losses they suffered in free agency.

Pick 22 in the first round.

Team Projected.

Philadelphia.

GO FOR RNK.

37.

POSITION NK.

the seventh.

Ryan Wilson—The gregarious and physically strong Ennis Rakestraw Jr. helps the Eagles replace their aging secondary.

Twin Cities Vikings mock trade.

Pick 23 in the first round.

Team Projected.

AZ.

GO FOR RNK.

18th.

POSITION NK.

Fourth.

RECI.

68.

REYDS.

11077.

YDS/REC.

17. Point 3.

TDS.

17.

Bryant McFadden — The Cardinals missed out on Marvin Harrison Jr. by trading back, but they still land a difference-maker at wideout with Brian Thomas Jr.

Dallas Cowboys mock trade.

Pick 24 in the first round.

Team Projected.

Vegas.

GO FOR RNK.

the 29th.

POSITION RNK.

Fifth.

A PAYDS.

4903.

RUYDS.

8.

INTS.

11.

TDS.

39.

Rick Spielman: After trading down, the Raiders acquire Michael Penix Jr. the first-round quarterback off the board in Round 1. “Among this year’s draft class, he is the best deep ball thrower. Very experienced, six-year player. dot. It was obvious to me to choose this quarterback because I have Davante Adams and he can actually get the ball thirty or more yards down the field. “.

Pick 25 for the first round.

Tyler Guyton (OT).

Jr. Oklahoma • 6’7″ / 328 lbs.

Team Projected.

Green Bay.

ADVANTAGE RNK.

38e.

POSITION NK.

Sixth.

Ryan Wilson: By adding Tyler Guyton, the Packers are able to lessen the loss of David Bakhtiari.

Pick 26 for the first round.

Cut Robinson’s Edge.

Junior at Penn State; 6’3″ and 254 lbs.

Team Projected.

Tampa.

ENSUMBER RNK.

22.

ATTACHMENT RNK.

fourth.

Bryant McFadden — The Buccaneers replenish the pass rush with Chop Robinson coming in after Shaquil Barrett signed with the Dolphins.

From Houston Texans.

First round: 27th pick.

Edge of Latu.

UCLA • Senior • 265 lbs. / 6’5″.

Team Projected.

Ariz.

PROSPECT RNK.

sixteenth.

ATTACHMENT RNK.

The third.

Rick Spielman: Assuming he can stay healthy, the Cardinals pick up the falling Laiatu Latu, one of this class’s best edge rushers.

First round: choose 28.

Receiver Adonai Mitchell.

Texas • Jr. • 196 lbs. / 6’4”.

Team Projected.

Buffalo.

ENSUMBER RNK.

24.

ATTACHMENT RNK.

5th.

REC.

55.

RYDS.

In 845.

REC/YDS.

Fourteen points.

TDS.

11.

Ryan Wilson: It’s never too early to have too many pass-catchers, even with the addition of Curtis Samuel by the Bills. That offense gains additional depth with the addition of Adonai Mitchell.

Pick 29 in the first round.

CB Kool-Aid McKinstry.

6’1″ and 195 pounds; Alabama, Jr.

Team Projected.

Michigan.

ENSUMBER RNK.

April 25.

POSITION RNK.

Third.

Bryant McFadden: Kool-Aid McKinstry helps the Lions strengthen their defense at the back end, an area where they could use improvement.

First round: select thirty.

Jordan Morgan overtime.

Senior Arizonan, 6’5″, 325 lbs.

Team Projected.

Maryland.

ENSUMBER RNK.

52nd place.

POSITION RNK.

September 9.

Rick Spielman: The Ravens acquired a younger and less expensive offensive tackle in Morgan Moses from the Jets.

Pick 31 for the first round.

Darius Robinson’s edge.

Missouri • Senior • 5’5″ / 296 lbs.

Team Projected.

San Francisco.

PROSPECT RNK.

26th.

POSITION RNK.

The fifth.

Ryan Wilson: The versatile Darius Robinson will be a valuable asset to Kyle Shanahan as he moves up and down the 49ers defensive line.

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