The Giants will have a top 10 pick in the mock draft

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Colorado’s Shedeur Sanders, Georgia’s Carson Beck and Texas’ Quinn Ewers enter the season with the most buzz.
Denver Broncos — Will Campbell, OT, LSU Freshman starter to first-round draft pick in three seasons.
New York Giants — Shedeur Sanders, QB, Colorado Coach Deion Sanders’ son needs some better protection this season but he becomes Daniel Jones’ replacement in New York.
Tuimoloau, Edge, Ohio State One of several Buckeyes who passed on the 2024 draft to chase a national title.
Pittsburgh Steelers — Kelvin Banks, OT, Texas Another freshman starter to first-round draft pick tackle.
Green Bay Packers — Jordan Hancock, CB, Ohio State One of two Buckeyes cornerbacks who could go in Round 1.
Atlanta Falcons — Tyleik Williams, DT, Ohio State Yes, the Ohio State defense is absolutely loaded.
Buffalo Bills — Denzel Burke, CB, Ohio State Another 6-foot-1 Ohio State cornerback.


The quarterback prospect pecking order was fairly obvious even before the 2023 college football season got underway.

In the 2024 NFL Draft, Drake Maye of North Carolina was thought to be Caleb Williams’ most likely opponent. Williams was the clear favorite to be selected as the first overall pick and quarterback from Southern California.

One notable riser in the QB class was Jayden Daniels of LSU, who went from being a possible Day 2 selection to winning the Heisman Trophy to being ranked No. #2 overall selection.

The talent pool appears to be deep (thanks, NIL), and unlike this season, there should be a good number of defensive players selected in the first round of the 2024 college football season and the 2025 NFL draft.

The hierarchy among quarterbacks is not entirely evident. The most hype surrounds Quinn Ewers of Texas, Carson Beck of Georgia, and Shedeur Sanders of Colorado as they head into the season.

It’s all about the quarterbacks on draft day, as demonstrated this past week when a record six quarterbacks were selected in the first 12 picks, which makes trying to project an all-too-early mock draft even more difficult.

Now let’s get started, using BET MGM’s projected NFL win totals to determine the draft order.

1. Tennessee Titans: Carson Beck, Georgia QB, was acquired via trade with Carolina.

Teams are giving up on first-round quarterbacks more quickly than in the past, but let’s give Bryce Young a chance with the Panthers and put the Titans in position to advance Beck, who establishes himself as Georgia’s QB1 in his second season as a starter.

2. Mykel Williams, Edge, Georgia; New England Patriots.

The last time teammates went 1-2 in the draft was when Penn State’s Courtney Brown and LaVar Arrington did so in 2000. Williams is the breakout player for yet another formidable Georgia defense.

Three. Denver Broncos: LSU’s Will Campbell, OT.

in three seasons, from rookie starter to first-round draft pick.

4. Benjamin Morrison, CB, Notre Dame, is one of the Washington Commanders.

Morrison, Will Johnson of Michigan, Travis Hunter of Colorado, and other players hoping to be selected in the top ten should make for fierce competition for CB1.

5. James Pearce, Edge, Tennessee; Carolina Panthers (through trade with Tennessee).

Long, quick pass rusher.

6. Colorado QB Shedeur Sanders plays for the New York Giants.

Even though he replaces Daniel Jones in New York, coach Deion Sanders’ son needs some better protection this season.

7. Walter Nolen, DT, Mississippi, Minnesota Vikings.

The former five-star recruit may be the best in this elite class of defensive tackles.

8. Texas QB Quinn Ewers plays for the Las Vegas Raiders.

As he enters his third season as a starter, Ewers could live up to the hype surrounding his recruitment.

9. The Arizona Cardinals have a CB from Michigan named Will Johnson.

Johnson led the Wolverines to victory in the national championship game as the defensive MVP.

10. CB Travis Hunter of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers is from Colorado.

excellent athlete and two-way player for the Buffaloes; however, his professional home is most likely the corner.

11. Washington Seahawks — J. S. T. Ohio State; Tuimoloau, Edge.

A number of Buckeyes forewent the 2024 draft in order to compete for a national championship.

Twelve. OT, Texas; Kelvin Banks, Pittsburgh Steelers.

tackle, another first-round draft pick and freshman starter.

13. Miami QB Cameron Ward is a member of the New Orleans Saints.

Drew Brees’ successor is ultimately selected by the Saints.

14. Alabama’s Tyler Booker, an offensive tackle, plays for the Los Angeles Rams.

Is it possible for the NFL draft to begin without an offensive tackle from the Crimson Tide?

In 15. Oakland Raiders — Colston Loveland, TE, Mich.

Loveland, who stands six feet five and is one of Jim Harbaugh’s Michigan players, is a fluid athlete, better than Brock Bowers.

16. OLB Harold Perkins from LSU plays for the Jacksonville Jaguars.

Perkins showed signs of a superstar as a freshman, reached a plateau in the previous campaign, but with consistency, he has top-10 potential.

17. WR Luther Burden III of the Indianapolis Colts is from Missouri.

At this low, Burden could be a steal as he is a yards-after-catch machine.

18. OLB Abdul Carter from Penn State plays for the Cleveland Browns.

Carter bears some similarities to the former Nittany Lion and current Cowboys linebacker, Micah Parsons, even though he’s not quite the same player.

19. DT Kenneth Grant of the Chicago Bears hails from Michigan.

Grant has a high ceiling and uncommon quickness for his weight (339 pounds).

Twenty. Penn State quarterback Drew Allar plays quarterback for the New York Jets.

The Jets are once again searching for their quarterback of the future, and while Allar still has a ways to go before he’s ready, he possesses all the necessary qualities.

22. Dolphins: Mason Graham, a defensive tackle from Michigan.

Of Michigan’s two monsters in the middle, Graham is the more reliable one.

22. Cincinnati’s Dontay Corleone, DT, is a Houston Texan.

We mentioned that there might be a ton of defensive tackles available in this draft.

24. Jordan Hancock (CB, Ohio State) plays for the Green Bay Packers.

One of two possible first-round selections among the Buckeyes’ cornerbacks.

24. Tyleik Williams, a defensive tackle from Ohio State, plays for the Atlanta Falcons.

Indeed, the Ohio State defense is very strong.

25. The Philadelphia Eagles’ Tetairoa McMillan.

Arizona, WR.

As a sophomore last season, he finished as the second-leading receiver in the Pac-12 with 90 catches for 1,402 yards.

26th. Texas A&M linebacker Nic Scourton plays for the Detroit Lions.

There’s a chance Purdue Transfer can make an impact in the SEC.

27. Ollie Gordon, a running back from Oklahoma State, is a Dallas Cowboy.

To cover a void at running back, the Cowboys select a Cowboy.

29. Edge, Patrick Payton, and Florida State are the Cincinnati Bengals.

Jermaine Johnson and Jarden Verse, two recent first-round selections in pass rush, are the next opponent for the Seminoles.

29. Ohio State wide receiver Denzel Burke plays for the Buffalo Bills.

Still another 6-foot-1 Ohio State cornerback.

30. Deone Walker, a Kentucky-born defensive tackle for the Kansas City Chiefs.

enormous run stuffer.

31. Josh Conerly Jr. of the San Francisco 49ers. Oregon, OT.

Trent Williams has a limited amount of playing time. Most likely.

33. Oregon-born wide receiver Evan Stewart is a Baltimore Raven.

A transfer from Texas A&M gets fired up against the Ducks.


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