The best number one overall QB prospect since Jameis.
I think the trade for a QB happens here instead of at 3. No trades in this mock, though.
A secondary of Slay, Okudah, and Coleman is too good to pass up.
Generational DL to beef up big blue.
Adding Kylers old running mate.
Replacement for AJ Bouye and Jalen Ramsey, both of whom departed this past year.
Franchise LT to replace Greg Robinson and kick start the Browns offense.
Protection up front for GEQBUS
The slide for Simmons stops here, as the Raiders get to add a generational linebacker to replace their average core.
Queinten Nelson for their Defense.
Bucs should be the premiere landing spot for the top QBs this offseason. Taylor can take that offense to another level.
Broncos replace Chris Harris who is expected to depart via FA.
Falcons will not resign megabust Vic Beasley.
Cowboys add another option to open up their offense across from Amari and insurance for his inevitable injuries.
Franchise LT for their young franchise QB.
Raiders fill an AB84 sized hole.
Jaguars get a replacement for Telvin Smith who retired suprisingly last year.
Eagles add a reciever who could turn out to be the best in this class. Jefferson has the intangibles that make WRs great.
Bills add another to their island of misfit toys with Epenesa who had great production in college but poor testing.
Patriots add to their receiving corps a guy who didnt have tremendous production but posted Calvin Johnson numbers at the combine.
Saints improve their LB core.
Vikings have missed on first round CBs since Zimmer took over. That could change here with Gladney being a supremely underrated prospect.
Replacement for Minkah Fitzpatrcik.
One of the most underrated lineman in the class, Niang held his own multiple times again Nick Bosa and Chase Young.
Ravens add a crafty playmaker to help Lamar get the ball out faster.
Titans replace Jack Conklin who is expected to depart via FA.
Packers add a WR with the speed and upside to be the next Tyreek Hill. Hamler slips here due to not participating in the combine.
An eventual successor for Richard Sherman.
Chiefs improve their interior OL, which was exposed against the 49ers in the Superb Owl.