Countdown to Draft Day, Updated First Round: Plus 7-round mocks for all 32 Teams!

Countdown to Draft Day, Updated First Round: Plus 7-round mocks for all 32 Teams!


In recent weeks, a frenzied free-agent period saw big NFL names change teams at a rather furious rate. High-profile players such as Derrick Henry, Kirk Cousins, Russell Wilson, Justin Fields, and Keenan Allen will don new uniforms in 2024. Other seismic news saw long-time NFL standouts Jason Kelce and Aaron Donald announce their retirements.

All of these moves impact how teams will approach the 2024 Draft, held in Detroit (April 25–26). So too will the results of the Indy Combine in February, where NFL front offices took to evaluating great athletes doing activities that had, at best, a tenuous connection to playing actual football. By the numbers, 321 players were invited to participate in the NFL Combine. The upcoming draft has 257 draft slots to fill, yet only 32 of these players will hear their names called by Commissioner Roger Goodell on Day 1, when the first round of the 2024 draft takes place.

The final countdown to the draft festivities are quickly approaching. It's only a matter of time until fans will gather in their living rooms, bars, and maybe even join the crowd in the city of Detroit to watch how the draft is going to unfold. Until then, we are going to have to continue to cook up these mock drafts, throw some noodles to the wall, and see which ones stick! 

In this latest version, mock draft insanity has been breached. Not only is the first round updated, but also there is a seven-round mock for all 32 teams! After reading your teams first round selection, click the helmet and it will take you to your favorite teams seven-round mock draft as well! 

There is plenty of reading and critiquing to be had so please share your thoughts by following me on X (formally known as Twitter) @jeremy_bissett 


Let the Insanity begin!!! 



1. Chicago Bears: Caleb Williams, QB, USC

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During the Combine GM Ryan Poles said, “I want to do right by Justin Fields…” In a way he kept his word by trading Fields to the Steelers, but at what expense to the Bears organization? Poles is clearly rolling the dice that he is going to hit on his selection here. However, as we have seen in past drafts, these moves are most likely to crap out in the end. It's amazing the Bears had five picks and Justin Fields on their roster when free agency started and now they have only four picks left after a slew of trades to bring in Keenan Allen, Ryan Bates, and Dan Feeney. Because of this, it is still not completely out of the question they will be looking to trade this No. 1 selection for more draft picks.

As for Caleb Williams, he is considered by many the prize prospect of this draft, drawing comparisons to Patrick Mahomes, though he likely will find it difficult to live up to those lofty expectations at the beginning of his career. He also brings with him a bit of a “diva” reputation after football-related incidents in 2023 had some questioning his discipline and leadership. With the acquisitions of D'andre Swift and Keenan Allen to pair with DJ Moore, “Da Bears” are already providing him with more weapons than they armed Fields with in the three seasons he was there.


2. Washington Commanders: Jayden Daniels, QB, LSU

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The Washington Commanders have made short work at reconfiguring their current roster. They have been extremely active in the free agent market, and also paved the way of moving on from one Carolina Tar Heel in trading Sam Howell to the Seahawks, to selecting a new Tarheel in Drake Maye...ahhhhhh, as Lee Corso would say, "Not sooo fast my friends!"

This new development comes from a LSU head coach Brian Kelly interview where he ends it by saying, "He's gonna get the ball out to his playmakers and make plays...FOR WASHINGTON." Considering the success that new offensive coordinator Kliff Kingsbury has had with developing quarterbacks — Kyler Murray, Patrick Mahomes, Baker Mayfield, among others — Daniels will be welcomed to D.C. with open arms with this selection.


3.  Minnesota Vikings (Projected trade w/ New England): Drake Maye, QB, North Carolina

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The belief here is that the Vikings are interested in J.J. McCarthy with this selection. However, Drake Maye fits the passing attack that Kevin O'Connell has developed more than does McCarthy.

Drake Maye possesses the prototypical size and strength of an NFL quarterback. He may also get some time to develop behind a seasoned veteran in Sam Darnold. This route has paved the way for several successful NFL quarterbacks over the years and the most ideal fit for the organization and player.


4. Arizona Cardinals: Marvin Harrison Jr., WR, Ohio State

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The Arizona Cardinal’s are in desperate need at the wide receiver position and find an immediate star in the making by having Harrison Jr. fall into their laps. As with that of Caleb Williams, the presence of Harrison Jr.  in the NFL is eagerly awaited. The ex-Buckeyes standout has great size, speed, and the HOF pedigree of his father Marvin Harrison Sr. He is a big-bodied receiver who can move the chains, be a red-zone presence and make plays as a blocker. He is an automatic No. 1 receiver for Kyler Murray and will be looking to strike fear into opposing defensive backs as a starter from Day 1.


5. New England Patriots (Projected trade w/ Los Angeles Chargers):  J.J. McCarthy, QB, Michigan


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There are several University of Michigan connections that go into this scenario. New head coach Jared Mayo played for the University of Michigan. The Patriots dynasty was built upon the shoulders of a former University of Michigan quarterback, Tom Brady. Hence the do-si-do, trade down and back up again with another former University of Michigan quarterback/head coach in Jim Harbaugh.

By trading down out of the No. 3 selection the Patriots would be projected to gain the No. 11 and No. 23 selections in this year's draft, plus additional future compensation. In this scenario they would be trading the No. 11 and No. 34 to get their new “Michigan Man” to be the quarterback of their team. They get to keep No. 23 to address their need for a wide receiver later on, so keep reading! 

The selection of McCarthy by the Patriots makes more sense than him going to the Vikings. In New England, McCarthy would be in a system that more closely resembles the one he took charge of in Ann Arbor. The Patriots already have a solid run game and defense. They just need a quarterback to manage the game better than Mac Jones and Bailey Zappe did over the past few seasons.


6. New York Giants: Rome Odunze, WR, Washington

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The last time the New York Giants had two wide receivers break the 1,000-yard mark was during the 2011 season (Odell Beckham Jr. and Victor Cruz). The last time they had a single player break the 1,000 yard mark was in 2018 (OBJ again). During the time frame between then and now, no receiver for the Giants has even recorded more than 751 yards in a season! Pairing the speed of last-year's pick Jalin Hyatt with another wide receiver can only increase their chances of boosting their abysmal pass offense. However, a change at the quarterback position may be needed as well, even though extending Daniel Jones probably means they're committed to the 2019 first-round pick for at least this upcoming season. For those wondering why Odunze over Nabers, click the helmet to see who they take in the secon-round to be their, heir apparent to Daniel Jones.


7. Tennessee Titans: Joe Alt, OT, Notre Dame

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During Brian Callahan’s tenure as offensive coordinator in Cincinnati. He was able to witness how much an inadequate offensive line can impact the health and abilities of one of the elite quarterbacks in the league, in one, Joe Burrow. He will want to learn from that experience and make this selection to solidify his offensive line to protect his second-year quarterback Will Levis. At 6-9, 321 pounds, Alt provides an immediate protector of Levis’ blind side. He also comes with an NFL pedigree as his father is in the Kansas City Chiefs Hall of Honor after spending 13 years with their organization. As if that wasn’t enough he also has an older brother, Mark Alt, who is a professional hockey player! 


8. Atlanta Falcons:  Jared Verse, DE, Florida State

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The Atlanta Falcons spent a lot of resources on the defensive side of the ball last offseason during free agency. However, lackluster play at the quarterback position hampered the defense game in and game out in 2023. Now that the Falcons landed veteran QB Kirk Cousins, the offense figures to improve significantly. The front office can again turn its attention back to defense with this selection.

I bet the Falcons see their first pick putting the "Verse" in "versatility—the ex-Florida State edge player can play with his hand in the dirt or standing up. Verse would be a great fit in a Raheem Morris defense, as the former Rams DC got a steal with linebacker Byron Young, Los Angeles' third-round selection last year. Atlanta will be expecting similar returns from Verse.


9. Chicago Bears: Olumuyiwa Fashanu, OT, Penn State

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The question with this selection will be whether or not Ryan Poles decides to trade down to collect more draft picks, considering they only have four selections in this year’s draft. The other thought process here is to take the quality player in Fashanu to protect their new face of the franchise Caleb Williams. In this scenario they elect to stay put and take the massive Nittany Lion left tackle with this selection. However, click the helmet; they may find some extra picks later on, when you view their full seven rounder!


10. New York Jets: Brock Bowers, TE, Georgia

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The Jets have been actively engaged in addressing their needs on both sides of the ball this offseason. Rich Cimini of ESPN, recently made a compelling argument as to why the Jets should select Brock Bowers with this selection. With accolades of being a two-time national champion and the first two-time winner of the Mackey Award, who can argue with Cimini, and his statement? For Bowers, it's not about becoming the next Ditka or Travis Kelce. It's about solidifying his a distinctive legacy that future tight end prospects will be compared to his name and his alone.


11. Los Angeles Chargers (Projected trade w/ New England): Malik Nabers, WR, LSU

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I’ll call this for what it is: a cover my ass pick. Even if the Chargers bypass my projected trade and stay in the No. 5 overall position, they will likely make this selection. With the departures of both Mike Williams and Keenan Allen, there is a glaring need for the Chargers to pick a playmaking dynamo at the WR spot. Hopefully, Jim Harbaugh and the new regime can be more creative in getting last year's first-round selection, Quentin Johnston, more actively involved in the game plan moving forward. If they do, the Chargers could bolt into one of the most explosive offenses in the league in a very short time.


12. Arizona Cardinals (Projected trade w/ Denver): Dallas Turner, Edge, Alabama

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The thought here is that the Broncos do have an obvious need for a quarterback in this class. However, with the top four already selected, sitting here at 12 is just too high to take Bo Nix, in my opinion. So why not find a trade partner that has not only an additional first-round pick this year, but also a top-three selection in the second round as well. This is exactly what the Cardinals have to make this a logical move for both teams.

In the world that often now seems defined and driven by social media memes, this is what a GM's reaction should be to a draft prospect's Combine workout. After taking their new No. 1 wide receiver with the No. 4 overall pick, the Cardinals would be more than willing to spend some of their draft capital to move up to get Turner.

13. Las Vegas Raiders: Taliese Fuaga, OT, Oregon State

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Yes, new head coach Antonio Pierce has close ties to Jayden Daniels and it would make sense for them to at least try to make a move to get him in this draft. However, the thought of mortgaging the future of the franchise to create a package that any team in the top three picks to consider would be astronomical. Instead, click the helmet and find out who they end up taking later in the draft for a much cheaper commitment price tag, and has the potential to become one of the steals of this draft at the quarterback position.

The Raiders have been making strides to continue strengthening the defense by signing DT Christian Wilkins. However, on the offensive side of the ball, QB Jimmy Garrapolo is gone, replaced by for Colt Gardner Minshew. They also saw RB Josh Jacobs land in Green Bay, and offensive tackle Jermaine Eluemunor sign with the New York Giants. These moves mean that, in this mock, there's a lot of room and reason for the Raiders to go defense with this pick. However, based on their need for a right tackle, Fuagu fits the bill.

Fuaga has established himself as one of the premier run-blockers in this draft class. With nearly 1,600 snaps in his collegiate career, he already possesses the veteran mentality needed to step in to be a Day-1 starter for the Raiders.


14. New Orleans Saints: Brian Thomas Jr., WR, LSU


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The Saints are finally letting go of WR Michael Thomas and are now entering the season with only Chris Olave, A.T. Perry, and Rashid Shaheed as their starting receivers. The transition from the bayou of Baton Rouge to the "Big Easy" should be a smooth one for the ex-LSU star Thomas. The tandem of Thomas and Olave should help QB Derek Carr and the New Orleans passing attack improve on an up-and-down 2023 season.


15. Indianapolis Colts: Quinyon Mitchell, CB, Toledo 


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The Indianapolis Colts find themselves in a division filled with young gunslingers — C.J. Stroud (Houston), Trevor Lawrence (Jacksonville), and Will Levis (Tennessee) — and they will be looking to counter that air power by bringing in a talented corner to play opposite their 2023 second-round pick, Julius Brents. That the aging Kenny Moore is set to enter free agency only intensifies the need to upgrade the cornerback spot.

It’s only fitting that Toledo’s Quinyon Mitchell’s stock has been on a rocket-like trajectory as we get closer to the draft. The former Toledo star is drawing comparisons to last year's top-five selection Devon Witherspoon. Making him a steal if the Colts are able to land him with this selection.


16. Green Bay Packers (Projected trade w/ Seattle): JC Latham, OT, Alabama

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With multiple picks in the second and third rounds of this draft, it wouldn’t be a surprise to see the Packers be movers and shakers in the early stages of the draft, while their division rivals the Vikings try to solidify their franchise QB at the top of the draft. The Packers will be looking to continue to add protection for QB Jordan Love with this selection. This team finally got out from under David Bakhtiari's contract and will look to move up the draft board to select the best available lineman. Not only will Latham be able to protect Love, but he will also provide running lanes for newly acquired RB Josh Jacobs.

17. Jacksonville Jaguars: Laiatu Latu, DE, UCLA

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The Jaguars just financed a massive extension to their all-pro defensive end Josh Allen, so it wouldn’t be a surprise to see them go a different direction with this selection. However, Latu will provide an insurance policy to the investment in Allen. Not questioning Allen’s character here, but it’s not unheard of for a highly touted player to see his production take a dip after getting a big payday. Latu provides a competitive spark at the position and could help to sustain Allen's motivation and elite productivity.


18. Cincinnati Bengals: Amarius Mims, OT, Georgia

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Sitting in the middle of the first round the Bengals have to come to a major decision here with this selection. Do they find a replacement on the defensive line for D.J. Reader, who signed with the Detroit Lions this off season; do they address wide receiver with what many believe is an impending departure of Tee Higgins; or do they continue to provide Joe Burrows and this offense much needed protection? Through the process of elimination the decision here is to protect the face of the franchise and continue to build the offensive line around Burrows. 

Armaris Mims' stature alone is intimidating to defenders. However, the real morale buster comes from his athleticism, strength and lateral movements in his pass protection. This is exactly what the Bengals need to keep Burrows protected and the offense constantly moving the chains drive after drive! 

19. Los Angeles Rams: Byron Murphy II, DT, Texas

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After years of ridding themselves of draft picks in order to bring in veteran players, the Rams need to take the opposite approach this offseason. They could go in a number of directions with this pick, but the retirement of eventual HOF defensive tackle Aaron Donald may force their hand.

Based on his stats in college — six sacks and a remarkable 34 QB pressures — Murphy could very well be a commendable replacement for Donald and bolster the Rams' pass defense.

20. Pittsburgh Steelers: Jackson Powers-Johnson, IOL, Oregon

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Considering the Steelers are entering the draft with two undrafted free agents in Anderson Hardy and Ryan McCollum rostered at the center position. The Steelers made it a point of emphasis to send their offensive line coach, Pat Meyer to his pro day workouts. 

Powers-Johnson possesses all the character traits that fits the “Steel City” mode. A blue collar work ethic, fierce competitor, and establishes dominance in both pass protection and run blocking. Whether it be Russell Wilson or Justin Fields taking snaps from him. Either will have immediate confidence and trust that the middle of the line is secure with Jackson-Powers present there.

21. Miami Dolphins: Jer’Zhan Newton, DT, Illinois


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As do the Rams, the Miami Dolphins find themselves this offseason having lost a stalwart interior defensive lineman, when Christian Wilkins signed a four-year, $110 million contract with the Las Vegas Raiders.

Newton established himself with a great career playing for the Fighting Illini. He was a two-time All-American selection, and is coming off a 2023 season where he earned Big Ten defensive Player of the Year. He has the skill set to be a disruptive force both in stopping the run and rushing the quarterback.

22. Philadelphia Eagles:  Graham Barton, IOL, Duke


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The Eagles have seen two mainstays of their team retire this offseason in Fletcher Cox and Jason Kelce. Both leave a legacy behind for this Eagles organization as not only great players, but also great men that have impacted the “City of Brotherly Love” immensely during their tenure. 

Barton is a versatile player who would fit well in most offenses. Although he did spend the past three years at left tackle, Barton, because he has shorter arms, is projected to move to guard in the NFL. What he lacks in length, Barton makes up for in technique and tenacity as a run blocker. In pass protection, he stands his ground, displaying quick feet when engaging a defender, and his agility to get out in space in the screen game leaves opposing defensive backs in a no-win situation. A perfect scenario for the Eagles to move Landon Dickerson to center, a position he mastered during his Bama days! 

23. New England Patriots (Projected trade w/ Minnesota): Terrion Arnold, CB, Alabama


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In this scenario the Patriots elect to pass on Drake Maye by trading that selection to the Minnesota Vikings. They still get a QB in JJ McCarthy early and gain additional picks to fill other needs in the process. Although cornerback may not be an immediate need for the Patriots. This becomes more of a best player available situation with this bonus pick for the Patriots. 

The residual effects of Bill Bellichick and his close ties to Nick Saban can be felt with Terrion Arnold heading there with this selection. Although Quinyon Mitchell set himself apart from this year's cornerback class. Arnold still possesses the pedigree of being a tremendous playmaker for any team that takes him in this draft. 

 24. Dallas Cowboys:Tyler Guyton, OT, Oklahoma

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The Cowboys came into the offseason over the salary cap, which played a role in them losing long-time left tackle Tyron Smith, who signed as a free agent with the New York Jets. While Jerry Jones might want to address Dallas' cornerback situation, the need to fill the void caused by Smith's departure will make it difficult to pass on the Sooner's Guyton, with this selection.

After transferring from TCU, Guyton emerged in 2022–23 as a stellar pass blocker. In those two seasons, playing right tackle, he logged almost a thousand snaps but allowed just one sack and 11 quarterback hurries.

25. Seattle Seahawks (Projected trade w/ Green Bay): Troy Fautanu, IOL, Washington


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Previously, I made a cover my ass pick with Malik Nabers to the Los Angeles Chargers. Call this my second cover my ass pick in the first round. Again, regardless if they decide to stay at No. 16 or trade down. Fautanu is a player the Seahawks will be targeting in this first round.

In recent drafts, the Seahawks parlayed picks they received from Denver in the Russell Wilson deal into some promising young talent. They have two fine bookends on their offensive line in tackles Charles Cross — who was drafted with a first-round pick acquired in the Wilson trade to Denver — and Abraham Lucas, a third-round selection in 2022.

The selection of Fautanu will bring some scrappy, tenacious energy to the Seahawks offensive line, especially if they move him inside to one of the guard positions. He is a great run blocker and shows nimble feet and powerful hand placement in pass protection. Because of his size and Pacific Northwest collegiate background, Fautanu might remind some of Detroit's Pro Bowl tackle Penei Sewell; Seattle would be overjoyed if he plays anywhere near Sewell's level.

26. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Cooper DeJean, CB, Iowa


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The Tampa Bay Buccaneers kept their core group of guys on the offensive side of the ball together when they re-signed Baker Mayfield and Mike Evans. However, they did trade cornerback Carlton Davis to the Detroit Lions and might be looking to replace him with this selection. 

Dejean’s recent draft workouts indicate he still possesses the versatile dynamics that made him a potential first-round draftee prior to sustaining an injury that ended his collegiate career at Iowa. He is strongly considered to be the best run defender from the cornerback position in this draft and also brings speed and big play capabilities to special teams as well.  

27. Denver Broncos (Projected trade w/ Arizona): Chop Robinson, DE, Penn State


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The Denver Broncos elected to eat the remaining $85 million of the Russell Wilson contract when they released him from their roster earlier in March. They also traded Jerry Jeudy to the Cleveland Browns for peanuts and a box of Cracker Jacks — they got in return from Cleveland a fifth- and sixth-round pick in the upcoming draft. With only Jarrett Stidham and Ben DiNucci as their only active quarterbacks under contract, Bo Nix has to be the selection here, right? By finding a trade partner in Arizona in this scenario they receive a top 3 pick in the 2nd round by trading down in this draft scenario. Don’t forget to click the helmet to see if they do indeed select Bo Nix with their second round pick! 

Chop Robinson had himself a showing at the Combine. He demonstrated great speed in the 40 yard dash (4.48), and explosiveness in his broad jump (10’ 8”). He’s drawn comparisons to Myles Garrett and Micah Parsons, making him a more valuable selection than Bo Nix with this pick!

28. Buffalo Bills: Adonai Mitchell, WR, Texas 


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With Gabe Davis signing a new contract to play for the Jacksonville Jaguars and Stephon Diggs being traded to the Texans. The Bills proceeded to counter those moves by signing Curtis Samuel, KJ Hamler, and Mack Hollins as potential replacements. None of these veterans possess the skill set that Adonai Mitchell will bring to Josh Allen and this offense with this selection. 

Mitchell has all the measurables and the skill set to be a dominant wide receiver in the NFL. He can get downfield in a hurry with his 4.3 speed, or he can box out defenders with his 6-2, 205-pound frame, which should make him a formidable red-zone threat. Most importantly if selected here he knows that Josh Allen will make every effort to make sure he has the damn ball in his hands as much as possible!

29. Detroit Lions: Kool-Aid McKinstry, CB, Alabama


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The Detroit Lions saw an immediate impact from their 2023 rookie class, the production of which played such a pivotal role in getting this team to the NFL Championship Game. If there's one thing we learned from Detroit's draft strategy is that the Lions do not necessarily take the best player available but rather the best available player at a position of need. Will that position be the interior offensive line or cornerback? 

The moment that Kool-Aid received his namesake he was destined to be drafted by the Detroit Lions. Having grown up about an hour  north of the Detroit area in the thumb of Michigan. I have always been surrounded by the “Blue Kool-Aid” drinking Lions fans that cheer them on through the best and worst of times. This pick is for the “Honolulu Blue, Kool-Aid” drinking fools that will be watching from home or even gathered on site in Detroit. 

30. Baltimore Ravens: Nate Wiggins, CB, Clemson


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The lanky and long Wiggins showcased his recovery speed at the Combine, and established himself as one of the more physically talented corners in this draft class. However, NFL evaluators might find fault with his lack of toughness in run support, a trait that likely puts his stock down below the other cornerbacks selected before him.

31. San Francisco 49ers: Darius Robinson, DE/DT, Missouri


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Continuing his quest west, Robinson has come a long way from his roots in Canton, MI. His workouts at the Combine proved he is a viable option to be a first-round selection. His versatility to play on the outside or inside might be what the 49ers need considering — Javon Kinlaw (Jets) , Chase Young (Saints), Randy Gregory (Buccaneers) and Clelin Ferrell (Commanders) —  have been lost this offseason from all along the defensive front.

32. Kansas City Chiefs: Xavier Worthy, WR, Texas


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The Chiefs have had several changes to both sides of the ball that they need to address in this year's draft. Although they have retained their All-Pro defensive tackle Chris Jones by signing him to a massive five-year $158.75 million contract extension. This move likely paved the way to moving on from L’Jarius Sneed who was dealt to the Tennessee Titans soon afterwards. That decision alone made cornerback an area that could be addressed with this pick. However, the Chiefs have another situation they have to monitor as their rookie standout receiver Rashee Rice made a very poor decision that could cost him not only playing time but his freedom if he is found guilty of the several charges stemming from the drag racing incident that happened this offseason. 

This handcuffs the Chiefs in making the decision to bring in the new fastest man  by posting a blistering 4.21 40 yard dash at the Combine. It’s no secret that ever since Tyreek Hill was traded to Miami the Chiefs have been clambering for one of their wide receivers to become a breakout star. That was Rice last season, however they will be hoping Worthy can bring some of his speed to mimic the likes of Hill for their offense moving forward. 


Teams without first round picks:

Carolina Panthers: Click for Carolina Panthers 7 round mock. 

Cleveland Browns: Click for Cleveland Browns 7 round mock. 

Houston Texans: Click for Houston Texans 7 round mock







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