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1. Cleveland Browns - Sam Darnold |QB| USC

Darnold’s probably the most well rounded QB in this class and he's the youngest. He's shown impressive ball placement, arm strength and clutch ability. He's a good scrambler and raises the level of play of the guys around him.

But he's still more a project level guy that needs to clean up some things and manage the game better. The Browns would be wise to acquire a vet bridge QB with Hue Jackson still the HC. Back to back ruined rookie QBs would agree.

NFL Comp. weaker armed Matt Stafford

2. New York Giants - Josh Rosen |QB| UCLA

Rosen’s the most gifted passer in this class but durability concerns and intangibles will factor into his evaluation. Some clubs and fan bases might have a problem with a brash, affluent, outspoken liberal as the face of the franchise but that's a hollow negative.

NFL Comp. less durable Eli Manning

3. Indianapolis Colts - Saquon Barkley |RB| Penn St

Colts need to divert better from whichever QB is under center in 18’ and Barkley appears to be the kind of RB you can build an offense around.

NFL Comp. Curtis Martin

4. Cleveland Browns - Minkah Fitzpatrick |DB| Alabama

Minkah was a better CB than Marlon Humphrey and a better safety than Ha Ha Clinton Dix at Bama. I think he could be tried at either position as a pro and thrive.

NFL Comp. Rod Woodson

5. Denver Broncos - Baker Mayfield |QB| Oklahoma

Mayfield could end up being the highest drafted QB ever under 6’0. I think he'll need a transition period to sharpen his footwork and get comfortable with a pro scheme but he's got the tools and drive to develop into a solid starter. Caddying for Eli Manning for a season or two would be ideal.

NFL Comp. thicker Doug Flutie

6. New York Jets - Bradley Chubb |DE| NC State

Chubb appears to be one if the safest picks in the draft. He's got an all day motor, great technique and strong hands. He plays the run and rushes the pass equally well. Also an asset in the locker room and a leader on the field.

NFL Comp Olivier Vernon

7. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Quenton Nelson |OG| Notre Dame

A plug and play interior OL who should make a line better from the jump. He's aware and quick upfront. Strong initial punch and bows up against the bull rush.

NFL Comp fatter David DeCastro

8. Chicago Bears - Denzel Ward |CB| Ohio St

Ward's a phenomenal athlete that can mirror anyone and will hit like a bigger player. His stature is his only weakness.

NFL Comp. D'angelo Hall

9. Oakland Raiders - Derrius Guice |RB| LSU

The Raiders came off the rails last season and have turned to Gruden as the savior. Things have changed since he last coached but his old mantra, “Pound the Rock”, is still relevant.

Guice is one of the most explosive runners in this class and has the physicality to be a 3 down back.

NFL Comp Ahmad Bradshaw

10. San Francisco 49ers - Josh Jackson |CB| Iowa

Jackson had a monster year and proved to be the most productive CB in the nation. He's a pro looking corner with few weaknesses. Not a blazer but possesses length, quickness, ball skills, and is a physical tackler.

Still learning the position and might have some hiccups adjusting to NFL speed but he should continue to be a big playmaker as a pro.

NFL Comp humble Aqib Talib

11. Miami Dolphins - Roquan Smith |LB| Georgia

Smith's got a forever motor, speed and smarts that make up for his smallish size. Plays bigger than his size when he needs to or skirts around blocks with quickness. He could fit at any LB spot and be an upgrade on the Dolphins.

NFL Comp London Fletcher

12. Cincinnati Bengals - Orlando Brown |OT| Oklahoma

Throwback who looks better than his namesake. Length, ferocity and technique are strengths and mask just so so movement skills. Bengals could likely trade down and still find Brown...assuming someone wants to trade up. Most likely targets I'd figure would be Derwin James, Lamar Jackson or Ridley.

NFL Comp Phil Loadholt

13. Green Bay Packers - Harold Landry |OLB| Boston College

Landry had a down year mostly due to injury but I'm still a believer. Elite first step quickness, flexibility and a high motor are traits worth betting on. He flashes strong hands and the ability to get stout on the edge but his leverage and tackling are inconsistent.

NFL Comp Everson Griffin

14. Washington Redskins - Derwin James |LB/DB| Florida St

James is probably the top athletic freak in this entire class. He could play various positions but I think he's at his best closer to the los, rather than out in space.

NFL Comp Thomas Howard

15. Arizona Cardinals - Lamar Jackson |QB| Louisville

Jackson's not ready to throw at a NFL level, but the tools are all there. The Cards should be looking to lean on the run game for the near future and hire a big time QB guru/scheme designer. He'll be an exciting experiment in any case. Alex Smith could be a great veteran bridge until Jackson's ready.

NFL Comp. faster, less clutch, 6’3 Vince Young

16. Baltimore Ravens - Calvin Ridley |WR| Alabama

Stand out speed, quickness and length on his 6’1 frame. Not a beast at the catch point or especially strong overall but has elite quickness and yac ability. Bamas’ QB less offense makes it hard to gauge WRs coming out so Ridley has more to prove in workouts and at the combine.

NFL Comp. Nelson Agholor

17. LA Chargers - Billy Price |OC| Ohio St

Price was a solid OG in 16’ but became the most dominant OC in the nation last year. Big time run blocker and a technician in the pass game. As the game evolves, interior lineman are becoming just as coveted for some teams as outside lineman. I think Price could come off the board as high as 2016's Ryan Kelly.

NFL Comp Nick Mangold

18. Seattle Seahawks - Connor Williams |OT| Texas

Regarded as the #1 OT on many boards, I'm not near as high on him. His feet are just adequate and his technique can get erratic. I think he'd make a better OG.

NFL Comp. Robert Gallery

19. Dallas Cowboys - Maurice Hurst |DT| Michigan

Hurst is an interior disrupter that got into the backfield all year but also played well against the run. Lack of prototypical measurables is the only thing knocking his stock. Versatle despite his size but best suited in a 1 gap scheme where his quickness and recognition should give him the advantage.

NFL Comp Mike Daniels

20. Detroit Lions - Vita Vea |DT| Washington

The next freak pro Polynesian. Size, quickness and strength can't be missed on film. Not as consistent as you'd like but he's gifted and coachable.

NFL Comp faster Danny Shelton

21. Buffalo Bills - Courtland Sutton |WR| SMU

Unique short area quickness for a 6’4 220 WR. Brings a wingspan and hits his top speed quickly but he's not especially fast and doesn't always box out to his advantage. Good not great hands.

NFL Comp quicker Devin Funchess

22. Buffalo Bills - Rashaan Evans |LB| Alabama

Bama LBs are well coached and Evans is the next Tide plug and play guy. His game is about speed and recognition. Thumping tackler with the athletic ability to do little bit of everything.

NFL Comp Zach Brown

23. LA Rams - Carlton Davis |CB| Auburn

Davis is a solid size/speed corner that plays sticky coverage and has few weaknesses. If he tests well he'll get 1st round consideration.

NFL Comp Trumaine Johnson

24. Carolina Panthers - Hercules Mata'afa |DE| Washington St

Undersized but gets into the backfield at will from the interior. Explosive and strong moving forward but has flashed open field mobility, backpedal and click & close. Forever motor. Needs to be coached up to play on the edge but has the tools to thrive there.

NFL Comp. Jabaal Sheard

25. Tennessee Titans - Marcus Davenport |OLB| UTSA

Davenport has been a beast at UTSA. If he flashes it in Mobile senior week he'll fly up boards. He's long and rangy with a great first step, uses leverage well and has a big motor.

NFL Comp Manny Lawson with a first step

26. Atlanta Falcons - Harrison Phillips |DT| Stanford

Monster year from Phillips taking up for the departed Solomon Thomas. Eats the double, gets free, finds the ball and has better interior quickness than it looks like he should. Vea is more of a specimen but Phillips is the more lunch pail guy.

NFL Comp Michael Brockers

27. New Orleans Saints - Dallas Goedert |TE| South Dakota St

Goedert has a lot to prove in Mobile but the film shows a dynamic talent at TE. If he tests well pre draft hell be a coveted prospect in April.

NFL Comp Vance McDonald with hands

28. Pittsburgh Steelers - Will Hernandez |OG| UTEP

Hernandez is a first off the bus type guy that actually backs it up on the field. He's a classic overpowering, mean, physical mauler with some quickness.

NFL Comp Richie Incognito

29. Jacksonville Jaguars - Braden Smith |OG| Auburn

Rock solid OL prospect with few weaknesses. Uses length to lock out, strength to control and has the feet/flexibility to mirror. Capable of playing multiple positions but inside is his bread & butter.

NFL Comp Logan Mankins

30. Philadelphia Eagles - Mike McGlinchey |OT| Notre Dame

A big mostly basic OT but is a technician and a generally solid pass protector and run blocker.

NFL Comp Sebastian Vollmer

31. Minnesota Vikings - Mason Cole |OG| Michigan

Cole’s played inside and out for the Wolverines and dominated at each spot. He's a quick, play through the whistle throwback who should step in straight away and make an offensive line better.

NFL Comp Zach Martin

32. New England Patriots - Taven Bryan |DT| Florida

Bryan explodes out of his stance into the backfield. His upside is intriguing and might get him over drafted. His upfield rush is impressive, but his mobility is linear and he's on the ground a lot.

NFL Comp Xavier Cooper

ROUND 2

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33. Cleveland - Kerryon Johnson |RB| Auburn

34. New York Giants - Kolton Miller |OT| UCLA

35. Cleveland Browns - Christian Kirk |WR| Texas A&M

36. Indianapolis Colts - Isaiah Wynn |OG| Georgia

37. New York Jets - Mason Rudolph |QB| Oklahoma St

38. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Arden Key |DE| LSU

39. Chicago Bears - Auden Tate |WR| Florida St

40. Denver Broncos - Chukwuma Okorafor |OT| Western Michigan

41. New England Patriots - Mike Hughes |CB| UCF

42. Miami Dolphins - Equanimeous St. Brown |WR| Notre Dame

43. Oakland Raiders - Isaiah Oliver |CB| Colorado

44. Green Bay Packers - Hayden Hurst |TE| South Carolina

45. Washington Redskins - Frank Ragnow |OC| Arkansas

46. Cincinnati Bengals - Josh Allen |QB| Wyoming

47. Arizona Cardinals - James Daniels |OC| Iowa

48. LA Chargers - Da'Ron Payne |DT| Alabama

49. New York Jets - Ronald Jones |RB| USC

50. Dallas Cowboys - Skai Moore |LB| South Carolina

51. Detroit Lions - Sony Michel |RB| Georgia

52. Baltimore Ravens - James Washington |WR| Oklahoma St

53. Buffalo Bills - Josh Sweat |DE| Florida St

54. Kansas City Chiefs - Jordan Whitehead |S| Pitt

55. Carolina Panthers - R.J. McIntosh |DT| Miami

56. Buffalo Bills - John Kelly |RB| Tennessee

57. Tennessee Titans - Tremaine Edmunds |LB| Virgina Tech

58. Atlanta Falcons - Mike Gesiki |TE| Penn St

59. San Francisco 49ers - Jaire Alexander |CB| Louisville

60. Pittsburgh Steelers - Josey Jewell |LB| Iowa

61. Jacksonville Jaguars - Mark Andrews |TE| Oklahoma

62. Cleveland Browns - Nick Nelson |CB| Wisconsin

63. Minnesota Vikings - Brian O’Neill |OT| Pitt

64. New England Patriots - Jaleel Scott |WR| New Mexico St

ROUND 3

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65. Cleveland Browns - Ito Smith |RB| Southern Miss

66. New York Giants - Antonio Callaway |WR| Florida

67. Indianapolis Colts - Lorenzo Carter |LB| Georgia

68. Houston Texans - Martinas Rankin |OT| Mississippi St

69. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Deshon Elliott |S| Texas

70. San Francisco 49ers (CHI) - Rashaad Penny |RB| San Diego St

71. Denver Broncos - Mark Walton |RB| Miami

72. New York Jets - Darius Phillips |CB| Western Michigan

73. Miami Dolphins - Nick Chubb |RB| Georgia

74. Oakland Raiders - Jason Cabinda |LB| Penn St

75. San Francisco 49ers - D.J. Chark |WR| LSU

76. Washington Redskins - Anthony Miller |WR| Memphis

77. Cincinnati Bengals - D.J. Moore |WR| Maryland

78. Green Bay Packers - Wyatt Teller |OG| Virginia Tech

79. Arizona Cardinals - Quinton Meeks |CB| Stanford

80. Houston Texans (SEA) - Ronnie Harrison |S| Alabama

81. Dallas Cowboys - Ian Thomas |TE| Indiana

82. Detroit Lions - Levi Wallace |CB| Alabama

83. Baltimore Ravens - Akrum Wadley |RB| Iowa

84. LA Chargers. - Royce Freeman |RB| Oregon

85. Carolina Panthers ( BUF) - Marcel Ateman |WR| Oklahoma St

86. Kansas City Chiefs - Sam Hubbard |OLB| Ohio St

87. LA Rams - Malik Jefferson |LB| Texas

88. Carolina Panthers - Jaylen Samuels |TE| NC State

89. Tennessee Titans - Rod Taylor |OG| Ole Miss

90. Atlanta Falcons - Javon Mims |WR| Georgia

91. New Orleans Saints - Poona Ford |DT| Texas

92. Jacksonville Jaguars - Luke Falk |QB| Washington St

93. Pittsburgh Steelers - Holton Hill |CB| Texas

94. Buffalo Bills (PHI) - Rasheem Greene |DE| USC

95. Minnesota Vikings - Uchenna Nwosu |LB| USC

96. New England Patriots - Justin Reid |DB| Stanford

*97. Arizona Cardinals - Michael Gallup |WR| Colorado St

*98. Houston Texans - Cam Serigne |TE| Wake Forest

*99. Cincinnati Bengals - Jerome Baker |LB| Ohio St

*100. Green Bay Packers - Dante Pettis |WR| Washington

*101. Denver Broncos - Tim Settle |DT| Virginia Tech

*102. Baltimore Ravens - Davin Bellamy |LB| Georgia

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