Here is my mock draft I created...I used PFF mock draft simulator...I'm starting off with no trades
1st round number 14
Devon Witherspoon CB Illinois. Simple pick highly aggressive cornerback who can be day I starter might be a little undersized, but that should not be a problem. Would fit well into system and automatically become the number one cornerback on the defense.
2nd round Number 46
Zay Flowers WR Boston College. Somehow he was still on the board so this made it a no brainer pick for me. Solid wr with good speed who can play slot and outside wr, wr 2 might be his ceiling, but can be instant impact and will not be a reach at wr.
3rd round Number 76
Tyler Steen OT Alabama. Solid OT who can play little bit of guard. A solid day 1 starter who can come in. Also, very powerful blocker who has a RAS score of 9.69.
4th round Number 107
Luke Schoonmaker TE Michigan. Great blocker who can come in and be that blocker TE. Also, very athletic who has impressed greatly at pro day. Has a Ras Score of 9.89
4th round Number 117
Jartavious Martin DB Illinois. Player who is very versatile, can play both safety and cornerback. Great tackler and had 3 interceptions this season.
4th round Number 135
Habakkuk Baldonado DE Pittsburgh. Powerful edge rusher. Has a great motor and uses his hands well. Has a solid RAS score of 8.08, but makes up for it with his hustle. Obviously, went to East-West shrine has a Patriot connection there.
6th round Number 184
Anfernee Orji LB Vanderbilt. Athletic Linebacker who is a little undersized, but probably won't be a problem. Has a Ras score of 9.09 who can special teams and is a solid coverage linebacker.
6th round Number 187
Jake Moody K Michigan. Why not best kicker in the draft went to East-West Shrine Bowl.
6th Round Number 192
Matt Landers WR Arkansas. Fast Wr, ran a 4.37 at NFL Combine and measures 6-2. Has an elite RAS score of 9.91. Not a ton of production, but a real sleeper in draft.
6th Round Number 210
Jason Taylor S Oklahoma State. Special teams ace who is athletic. Has a RAS score of 9.09, jack of all trades master of none.
7th Round Number 245
Stetson Bennett QB Georgia. Is a Winner, Very undersized, but if you want a Brock Purdy in this draft, this guy is probably it.