Final Mock Draft: 101 Picks

1) Tampa Bay: Jameis Winston, QB, FSU

I like Mariota over Winston, but that's not who I think the Bucs will grab here. They go for the local hero.(Unchanged)

2) Tennessee: Marcus Mariota, QB, Oregon

Tennessee could use a run-stuffer in the middle of their line right away but they also need a QB since Locker retired.(Unchanged)

3) Jacksonville: Leonard Williams, 34DE/43DT, USC

I can see this pick being Fowler. After all, Florida. But Leonard Williams is a better prospect and they can play him either at 43RDT or 43LDE in their hybrid front.(Unchanged)

4) Oakland: Kevin White, WR, WVU

I like Cooper over White. I also think Cooper would be a better scheme fit for Carr. But it's Oakland, so they go for the physical specimen who looks pretty good in his own right.(Unchanged)

5) Washington: Dante Fowler, 43DE/43SAM/34OLB, Florida

I think Fowler has a lot of boom or bust to him. This pick before was Randy Gregory who is going to drop.(Unchanged)

6) New York Jets: Vic Beasley, 43DE/43SAM/34OLB, Clemson

I like Beasley over Fowler as a personal preference at 34OLB. This is one Clemson edge player you can trust.(Unchanged)

7) Chicago: Amari Cooper, WR, Alabama

What a great complement to Alshon Jeffery. I love Cooper, I really do, and Brandon Marshall is gone.(Unchanged)

8) Atlanta: Alvin "Bud" Dupree, 43DE/34OLB, Kentucky

I could see Atlanta risking it with Randy Gregory. They risked it last year with Ra'shede Hageman. But Bud is the real deal.(Unchanged)

9) New York Giants: Brandon Scherff, RT/OG, Iowa.

They got Eli some weapons last year with some better protection and now they continue the OL rebuild.

10) St. Louis: DeVante Parker, WR, Louisville

Better than Tavon Austin, Brian Quick, and Chris Givens. He'll make Foles look great.

11) Minnesota: Danny Shelton, NT, Washington

Shariff Floyd gets a partner in the middle.(Unchanged)

12) Cleveland: Landon Collins, SS, Alabama

Better than Mark Barron and more class than TJ Ward.

13) New Orleans: Shane Rey, 43DE/43SAM/34OLB, Missouri

The defensive makeover continues. Eric Kendricks and Randy Gregory also make a ton of sense here. Depends on the foot for Rey and the off-the-field issues for Gregory.(Unchanged)

14) Miami: Trae Waynes, CB, Michigan State

Brent Grimes gets a partner in crime. If Miami is smart they'll solve their LBing issues by using Dion Jordan and Jelani Jenkins outside with Koa Misi inside but they are reportedly having a "spirited debate" on that. If they decide they need a MLB, Eric Kendricks is the guy.(Unchanged)

15) San Francisco: Dorial Green-Beckham, WR, Oklahoma/Missouri

Anquan Boldin will make for a good mentor. Eric Kendricks also makes sense here.(Unchanged)

16) Houston: Eric Kendricks, ILB, UCLA

Brian Cushing has needed a partner in crime for awhile, and doubly so because of the injuries he's sustained over the years.(Unchanged)

17) San Diego: Todd Gurley, RB, Georgia

Injury concerns seem to be less now.

18) Kansas City: Jaelen Strong, WR, Arizona State

A partner for Jeremy Maclin. Andy Reid almost always drafts a lineman with his 1st round pick, the only deviates are last year(34OLB Dee Ford) and the year he drafted a WR(Maclin) in the 1st.(Unchanged)

19) Cleveland: Malcolm Brown, 34NT/43DT, Texas

They keep adding to the defense.(Position unchanged)

20) Philadelphia: Shaq Thompson, 34WILB//43WLB/SS, Washington

Chip Kelly will like. They can either pair him inside with Mychal Kendricks or have him play SS.(Unchanged)

21) Cincinnati: Eddie Goldman, 34NT/43DT, FSU

They've been needing to give Geno Atkins help inside for awhile.(Unchanged)

22) Pittsburgh: Jake Fisher, OT, Oregon

This was TJ Clemmings until the foot.(Position unchanged)

23) Detroit: TJ Clemmings, OT, Pittsburgh

This was Jake Fisher until Clemmings dropped, Detroit can move the short-armed Reiff to the right side or even move him inside to LG, potentially upgrading two spots.(Position unchanged)

24) Arizona: Randy Gregory, 43DE/34OLB, Nebraska He needs to stop falling somewhere. Bruce Arians will try to coach him up and then he'll finally have an edge rusher to help Campbell.(Unchanged)

25) Carolina: Andrus Peat, LT, Stanford

They started to give Cam Newton the help he needs last year. Now they continue.(Unchanged)

26) Baltimore: Devin Smith, WR, Pittsburgh

I'm not a huge Devin Smith fan relative to some of the other options here but not only does Baltimore seem to love WRs with that last name, but he would be an intriguing fit in their system running the "go deep and draw a flag" patterns.(Unchanged)

27) Dallas: Kevin Johnson, CB, Wake Forest

Johnson's rise coupled with Jalen's fall gives Dallas a cornerback to make them forget about Mo Claiborne.(Position unchanged)

28) Denver Lae'el Collins, RT/OG, LSU

Clady's injuries seemed to deprive him of some lateral agility last year. That's concerning. In addition is the terrible play they got from the RT position last year.(Unchanged)

29) Indianapolis: Paul Dawson, 34ILB/43MLB, TCU

There are some reports that internally they like their young DL. If so, they might look to field an ILB that can actually stop the run.(Unchanged)

30) Green Bay: Carl Davis, 43DT/34RDE, Iowa

They could use another ILB but the interior of the defensive line has been just as problematic over the years.(Unchanged)

31) New Orleans, from Seattle: Max Williams, TE, Minnesota

He may not be Jimmy Graham. He should be tougher. Plus they got Unger, one of the best Centers in the league. They win this trade.(Unchanged)

32) The Superbowl Champs, New England: Cam Erving, IOL, FSU

This is the ideal scenario. New England loves fielding Centers at Guard(see; Connolly/Wendell), there are strong coaching connections, and his upside is great. Belichick has only drafted an IOL high once, and that was Logan Mankins a converted Tackle just like Erving.(Unchanged)

33) Tennessee: Ereck Flowers, OT, Miami

They've invested a lot in their offense. They keep doing it until it works with a choice for RT to help their rookie QB.(Unchanged)

34) Tampa Bay: Owamagbe Odighizuwa, 43DE/34OLB, UCLA

Gerald McCoy gets some help.

35) Oakland: Arik Armstead, 43DT/34DE, Oregon

Khalil Mack gets some help from inside.

36) Jacksonville: Melvin Gordon, RB, Wisconsin

Bortles gets that RB to go with those young-WRs from last year.

37) New York Jets: Nelson Agholor, WR, USC

A promising rook to learn behind Marshall/Decker/Kerley.(Unchanged)

38) Washington: Jordan Phillips, 34NT/43DT, Oklahoma

They have a lot of wholes to fill still on the defensive side. And the offensive side. Regretting that RGIII trade yet?(Unchanged)

39) Chicago Bears: Danielle Hunter, 43DE/34OLB, LSU

They began rebuilding the secondary last year. Now they look upfront.(Unchanged)

40) New York Giants: Benardrick McKinney, defender, Mississippi State

Off the edge, thumping the run, they'll find a use for him. Richer man's Kiwanuka.

41) St. Louis: Marcus Peters, CB, Washington

Tough to believe he lasted this long.(Unchanged)

42) Atlanta: Jalen Collins, CB, LSU.

The second-tier corners need to start flying off the shelf sooner or later.(Position unchanged)

43) Cleveland: Sammie Coates, WR, Auburn

Cleveland isn't going to miss out on this receiver class.(Unchanged)

44) New Orleans: AJ Cann, OG, South Carolina

They shipped off Ben Grubbs. That's problematic because short Drew Brees needs these big boys up front.

45) Minnesota: PJ Williams, CB, FSU

His off the field problems are very concerning to me but someone will take him.(Position unchanged)

46) San Francisco: Xavier Cooper, 34DE/43RDT/43LDE, Washington State Justin Smith will retire sooner or later. McDonald is gone. Dockett is 36.(Unchanged)

47) Miami: Laken Tomlinson, OG, Duke Did you know the OL has been a problem for them? Sooner or later something will work.(Unchanged)

48) San Diego: DJ Humphries, OT, Florida

That OL needs a reboot.

50) Buffalo: Brett Hundley, QB, UCLA

Rexy needs a QB.(Unchanged)

51) Houston: Ronald Darby, CB, FSU

Decent corners only hang around for so long.(Unchanged)

52) Philadelphia: Eli Harold, 34OLB/43DE, Virginia

Marcus Smith has been a disappointment and Trent Cole is gone.(Unchanged)

53) Cincinnati: Hronnis Grasu, C, Oregon

The Bengals offensive line isn't bad at all but this pick doesn't hurt.(Unchanged)

54) Detroit: Michael Bennett, RDT/34DE, OSU

Suh is gone. Ngata and Bennett might make for an intriguing duo inside.(Unchanged)

55) Arizona: Jay Ajayi, RB, Boise

Bruce Arians picks his guy.(Unchanged)

56) Pittsburgh: Byron Jones, CB, UConn

They began adding young Safeties. Now they need to add some young corners.(Unchanged)

57) Carolina: Alex Carter, CB, Stanford

The front-7 gets some coverage on the back end.(Unchanged)

58) Baltimore: Eric Rowe, CB/FS, Utah

Will Hill was doing an admirable job at replacing Ed Reed but off the field issues may doom his career. Baltimore looks to add to help their front-7 by helping the back end.(Unchanged)

59) Denver: Stephone Anthony, 34ILB/43MLB, Clemson

Trevathan is coming off of an injury-riddled season that could kill his career. He's probably too similar to Brandon Marshall, anyways.(Unchanged)

60) Dallas: Breshad Perriman, WR, UCF

This is not a bad draft class at all.

61) Indianapolis: Preston Smith, 43DE/34OLB, Mississippi State

They need some more talent on the edge.

62) Green Bay: Quintin Rollins, CB, Miami(OH)

They keep adding to their defense. Sooner or later it's got to work. This replaces some talent lost in FA.(Unchanged)

63) Seattle: Reese Dismukes, OC, Auburn

A poorer man's Max Unger.

64) The Super Bowl Champs, New England:

Grady Jarrett, 43RDT/34DE The Patriots have question marks from injuries to Siliga(foot) and Easley(knee). They go to Jarrett's.(Unchanged)

65) Tampa Bay: Tevin Coleman, RB, Indiana

That young QB gets a young RB,

66) Tennessee: Nate Orchard, 43DE/34OLB, Utah

Why not?

67) Jacksonville: Lorenzo Mauldin, 43DE/34OLB, Louisville

Leonard Williams gets some more help.

68) Oakland: Duke Johnson, RB, Miami

They added a serious playmaker at receiver and then one on the edge. Now they add another weapon to the offense, one that can help their defense stay rested by playing ball control.(Unchanged)

69) Washington: Denzel Perryman, MLB, Miami

Maybe their 34 can protect him some.

70) New York Jets: Bryce Petty, QB, Baylor

They need that QB.(Unchanged)

71) Chicago: Donovan Smith, OT, Penn State

The need for help on the OL has been a storyline for years(Unchanged)

72) St. Louis: Ali Marpet, OG, Hobart

They lost out on Brandon Scherff but this isn't bad value at all.

73) Atlanta: Phillip Dorsett, WR, Miami Rodd

White isn't getting younger and Harry Douglas is not as good as Dorsett.

74) New York Giants: Clive Walford, TE, Miami

Eli could use a tall target to complement the smaller Victor Cruz and Odell Beckham

75) New Orleans: Devin Funchess, WR, Michigan

Funchess and Williams will help Brees forget about Jimmy Graham.(Position unchanged)

76) Minnesota:

77) Cleveland: Ameer Abdullah, RB, Nebraska

They add a complement to help last year's 3rd round pick Terrance West.(Unchanged)

78) New Orleans. from Miami: Ty Sambraillo, OT, Colorado State

They add more help for Drew Brees. 79) San Francisco: Josh Shaw, CB, USC They stay relatively local to add to their defensive backfield. No good ILBs left standing.(Unchanged)

80) Kansas City: Cody Prewitt, S, Ole Miss

Who knows about Eric Berry.(Unchanged)

81) Buffalo: Kwon Alexander, 43WLB/34WILB, LSU

They need to replace Kiko Alonso somehow.(Unchanged)

82) Houston: Justin Hardy, WR, ECU

He's not Andre Johnson but he'll be a very nice complement to Nuke Hopkins.

83) San Diego: Tre Jackson, RG, FSU

They added beef on the inside of the other side and a running back. Their IOL has been on the decline for years.(Unchanged)

84) Philadelphia: Tyler Lockett, WR, Kansas State

Kelly will find a use or three for him.

85) Cincinnati: Cedric Ogbuehi, OG, Texas A&M

Why not? At least they can get a great rushing attack going. Then they don't need to lean on Andy Daltoff.(Unchanged)

86) Arizona: Gabe Wright, DT, Auburn

Calais Campbell got some help on the outside and now more help on the inside(Unchanged)

87) Pittsburgh: Hau'oli Kikana, 34OLB, Washington

James Harrison is a starter? How long can that last for?(Unchanged)

88) Detroit: Jeremy Langford, RB, Michigan State

They keep him local. With an improved line they'll be able to do some damage.(Unchanged)

89) Carolina: Rashad Greene, WR, FSU

Kelvin Benjamin meets an old friend.(Position unchanged)

90) Baltimore: Henry Anderson, 34DE/43DT, Stanford

With Jennings and Williams creating chaos, not to mention Dumveril and Suggs outside, this front-7 will be as frightening as ever.(Unchanged)

91) Dallas: TJ Yeldon, RB, Alabama

He'll love his new offensive line.(Unchanged)

92) Denver: Josue Matias, OG, FSU

They got an OT and now they get a Guard. Schofield has yet to prove he's got it and Vasquez is getting old on the right-side(Unchanged)

93) Indy: Arie Kouandigo, G, Alabama

They could use a RG.(Unchanged)

94) Green Bay: Jeff Heuerman, TE, OSU

Aaron Rodgers might forget what one of these looks like.(Position unchanged)

95) Seattle: D'Joun Smith, CB, Florida Atlantic

Their depth at corner got tested and that was before they lost Maxwell.(Position unchanged)

96) New England: David Johnson, RB, Northern Iowa

In case James White fails to impress, and after all both Blount and Jonas Gray are free agents next year.(Unchanged)

97) New England: Steven Nelson, CB, Oregon State

Oh right, they need a corner.(Unchanged)

98) Kansas City: BJ Finney, OC, Kansas State

It's almost local and a position of need.(Unchanged)

99) Cincinnati: Nick O'Leary, TE, FSU

Jermaine Gresham is not the future. Eifert has yet to really catch on.

100) Tennessee: Derron Smith, FS, Fresno State

They have so many needs, he'll help them move on past Michael Griffin.(Unchanged)

101) New England: Tre McBride, WR, William and Mary

Edelman's concussions, Amendola's inconsistency, and Dobson's foot add up for a cause for some concern.(Unchanged)

New England's haul: Cam Erving, Grady Jarrett, David Johnson, Steve Nelson, and Tre McBride.

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