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Here's a place to post your mocks and discuss why you chose those picks...

https://thedraftnetwork.com/mock-draft-machine

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Cam returns, so no QB in this draft.

This bolsters the secondary, particularly if Bradberry leaves. Even if Derrick Brown is selected, the Panthers will still need to sign a DL in free agency and probably an Edge, as well. Delpit is going to be a stud. They'll also need to find a TE.

Charles is selected not to be a tackle, but to move inside to OG.

Edwards is interesting, if not a bit raw and Evans was pretty good at App State. He'd have to play special teams and be decent at returns to stick to the roster.

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No way Grant Delpin is available in the 2nd. I'd love to have him though.

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As long as Simmons goes in the top 6 we can get one of the top players at any position of need. We need either Simmons or a 2nd QB picked 1-6 and we can get our share of the top OT, DT or CB.

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I love ILB Simmons in the 1st round but wouldn't be disappointed with DT Brown either. From there it's a crap shoot, By a C/G and a S/DB to fill out the 1st 4 rounds. A TE too. 

I also think they might trade back and get a few extra high picks, we have a lot of needs and won't get many FA's to sign for a rebuild. Thats the Patriot way, get lots of picks and build.

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43 minutes ago, Jesse said:

No way Grant Delpin is available in the 2nd. I'd love to have him though.

It wouldn’t surprise me. Safeties aren’t highly valued. Remember Justin Reid two years ago? He had a chance to be a late first rounder and had a great combine. He went in the 3rd. Derwin James was a much better prospect than Delpit and he went late teens. It doesn’t take much for safeties to drop. If Delpit doesn’t run great or look solid in coverage, he could easily drop to the 2nd. 

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15 minutes ago, LinvilleGorge said:
1: R1P7
 
OT ANDREW THOMAS
GEORGIA
2: R2P6
 
C TYLER BIADASZ
WISCONSIN
3: R3P5
 
DL LEKI FOTU
UTAH
4: R4P7
 
WR GABRIEL DAVIS
UCF
5: R5P6
 
CB KINDLE VILDOR
GEORGIA SOUTHERN
6: R6P5
 
TE JAKE BREELAND
OREGON
7: R7P7
 
K RODRIGO BLANKENSHIP
GEORGIA

This plz 

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Here is a mock from cbssports. It's one of the few players i would not really want. I am posting more than the panthers because it is kind of off the wall.

https://www.cbssports.com/nfl/draft/news/2020-nfl-mock-draft-five-quarterbacks-taken-in-top-15-seattle-lands-biggest-steal-of-first-round/

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LSU • SR • 6'4" / 216 LBS
PROJECTED TEAM
Cincinnati
PROSPECT RNK
2nd
POSITION RNK
1st
 
The Bengals are not even entertaining trade offers here. The stars are aligning.
Round 1 - Pick 2
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Chase Young EDGE
OHIO STATE • JR • 6'5" / 265 LBS
PROJECTED TEAM
Washington
PROSPECT RNK
1st
POSITION RNK
1st
 
A year ago, the Redskins added Montez Sweat in the first round at No. 26 overall. It was great value. They give him a running mate a year later. Young is the top prospect overall and a terror for opposing offensive lines.
Round 1 - Pick 3
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CLEMSON • JR • 6'4" / 230 LBS
PROJECTED TEAM
Detroit
PROSPECT RNK
6th
POSITION RNK
1st
 
Detroit is an interesting team early in the draft. They could trade the pick to a team looking to trade up for a quarterback or could take the best player on their board. Simmons is a defensive chess piece that will elevate everyone's play.
Round 1 - Pick 4
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ALABAMA • JR • 6'5" / 320 LBS
PROJECTED TEAM
N.Y. Giants
PROSPECT RNK
8th
POSITION RNK
1st
 
New York probably needs two offensive tackles but they have only one pick. They take Wills and can address the other spot later in the draft.
Round 1 - Pick 5
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ALABAMA • JR • 6'1" / 218 LBS
PROJECTED TEAM
Miami
PROSPECT RNK
4th
POSITION RNK
2nd
 
The season began with 'Tank for Tua.' Miami did not tank and, instead, exceeded expectations. They still land their potential quarterback of the future at No. 5 overall. Teams may be looking to move up in the draft order to secure Tagovailoa.
Round 1 - Pick 6
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AUBURN • SR • 6'5" / 318 LBS
PROJECTED TEAM
L.A. Chargers
PROSPECT RNK
5th
POSITION RNK
1st
 
Brown does not play offensive tackle or quarterback -- both of which are expected to be in high demand early -- but few question that he is one of the five best players available regardless of position. L.A. rides with Tyrod Taylor for a year and snags Brown to enhance the team's defense.
Round 1 - Pick 7
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OREGON • SR • 6'6" / 237 LBS
PROJECTED TEAM
Carolina
PROSPECT RNK
33rd
POSITION RNK
4th
 
Justin Herbert grew accustomed to throwing screens in Eugene this season, so he will be comfortable getting Christian McCaffrey the ball out of the backfield. He can also push it downfield to D.J. Moore and Curtis Samuel.
Round 1 - Pick 8
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ALABAMA • JR • 6'1" / 192 LBS
PROJECTED TEAM
Arizona
PROSPECT RNK
10th
POSITION RNK
2nd
 
Jeudy reminds a bit of Larry Fitzgerald because of his commitment to the craft. The Alabama product will likely stick in the NFL for a long time and provide another outlet for Kyler Murray.
Round 1 - Pick 9
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OHIO STATE • JR • 6'1" / 200 LBS
PROJECTED TEAM
Jacksonville
PROSPECT RNK
3rd
POSITION RNK
1st
 
The rise of quarterbacks and offensive tackles push an elite prospect like Okudah down. Jacksonville happily accepts their answer to the loss of Jalen Ramsey. Okudah is the top cornerback prospect by a wide margin.
Round 1 - Pick 10
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LOUISVILLE • JR • 6'7" / 369 LBS
PROJECTED TEAM
Cleveland
PROSPECT RNK
31st
POSITION RNK
5th
 
Becton moves really well for his size. There are areas of his game that will require some work, but few prospects come without flaws. Cleveland is in an enviable position to take either Andrew Thomas or Becton. Either way, they land a long-term solution on one book end.
Round 1 - Pick 11
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GEORGIA • JR • 6'5" / 320 LBS
PROJECTED TEAM
N.Y. Jets
PROSPECT RNK
9th
POSITION RNK
2nd
 
New York hopes to undergo wholesale changes along the offensive line. They land a top-tier talent in Thomas. He can be Sam Darnold's left tackle through retirement.
Round 1 - Pick 12
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WASHINGTON • JR • 6'6" / 227 LBS
PROJECTED TEAM
Oakland
PROSPECT RNK
26th
POSITION RNK
3rd
 
Jon Gruden gets a big arm for his offense as the former Georgia quarterback lands in Las Vegas. Eason goes from sleepless in Seattle to the city that never sleeps.
Round 1 - Pick 13
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UTAH STATE • JR • 6'4" / 225 LBS
PROJECTED TEAM
Indianapolis
PROSPECT RNK
36th
POSITION RNK
5th
 
I drew the comparison between Patrick Mahomes and Jordan Love in a recent mock and it has become quite popular since. Love has to make better decisions with the football but he has rare arm talent similar to Mahomes. Indianapolis has one year left on Jacoby Brissett's deal if they need a bridge year to ease their rookie into the offense.
Round 1 - Pick 14
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IOWA • JR • 6'5" / 322 LBS
PROJECTED TEAM
Tampa Bay
PROSPECT RNK
15th
POSITION RNK
3rd
 
Tampa Bay was starting to sweat as the run on offensive tackles occurred but Wirfs falls happily into their laps. Now, questions remain at the quarterback position.

 

 

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1. I decided to go with Thomas, the best LT in the draft, and let him compete with Little for the LT job.  I fully expect Little to move inside to LG--Long term? With Moton in a contract year and Williams no longer depth, we need options at LT.  Daley to work behind Moton at RT, where his skill set should be better.  We have depth at T at 2 spots, and both reserve Tackles can compete for the G job.

2.  I am assuming that Tre Boston is not signed because he has been tough to sign lately.  I am assuming they do sign Bradberry, because he seems to be their priority.  If that is the case, you take the S from LSU here-an instant starter and upgrade.  I wanted a DT, but there was no value.

3.  Lawrence is a solid yet not spectacular DT who will get shots early-while I am not in love with this pick, it is a need selection.

4.  I am in love with this pick, however.  Biadasz will start, possibly as a rookie.  This pick made this mock special.

5.  And this pick made this mock extra special.  A stud WR in the fifth.  Schwing.

6. THE Lamar Jackson is a tall zone CB.  Tackles well.  A bit of a sleeper, with upside.

7.  James Lynch is a Baylor product that the coaching staff loved.  High motor, big body.  If he is there in the seventh round, Ruhl will be choking Hurney for passing on him.  A Big DE (280) who led Baylor in sacks (career) with 22--could be a Hardy-type steal, even though they are totally different players.

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I think we have a good shot to get Tre back. Every time he hits free agency he finds out that there's a massive gulf between what he thinks he's worth and what NFL teams think he's worth. He'll go out looking for his big pay day and when he doesn't find it we may be the best offer on the table.

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9 minutes ago, LinvilleGorge said:

I think we have a good shot to get Tre back. Every time he hits free agency he finds out that there's a massive gulf between what he thinks he's worth and what NFL teams think he's worth. He'll go out looking for his big pay day and when he doesn't find it we may be the best offer on the table.

He probably realizes that waiting after the draft is not his best negotiating tactic.  Boston in the $3-4m range is as high as I would go.  He played for $2m this year, so it would be a big increase.

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8 minutes ago, MHS831 said:

He probably realizes that waiting after the draft is not his best negotiating tactic.  Boston in the $3-4m range is as high as I would go.  He played for $2m this year, so it would be a big increase.

Seems like when Boston hits FA he doesn't sign until camp. Maybe waiting for an injury or something to create a better market for him. 

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this is the fanspeak draft simulator, using Matt Miller's big board. 

YOUR PICKS
1: R1P7
 DL DERRICK BROWN
AUBURN
 
2: R2P6
C CESAR RUIZ
MICHIGAN
 
3: R3P5
LB JORDYN BROOKS
TEXAS TECH
 
4: R4P7
WR COLLIN JOHNSON
TEXAS
 
5: R5P6
EDGE NICK COE
AUBURN
 
6: R6P5
S J.R. REED
GEORGIA
 
7: R7P7
WR TYRIE CLEVELAND
FLORIDA

 

 

OT Thomas was gone so for me this was easy.  Brown may not be an elite NFL lineman, but he'll be dadgum close.  He's a much safer pick than Thomas.  

I wouldn't mind trading back a little in the 2nd...I had to reach down a little bit to find the next OL, but I thought it was the best choice.  Brooks was the top player available in the 3rd and it's also a need.

Collin in the 4th was about the 4th highest remaining player, with one WR ranked above him, but I love his height.  Sportstalkline had a 1st rd grade on him.  Now we have 3 good receivers.

Coe is a 290 lb DE and we need one badly.  They're not easy to find and not cheap when you do.

We need safety depth (I think we'll sign Boston) and special teams and Reed was the 3rd best player available, no brainer.

How many 7th rounders make teams?  It's an incredibly deep WR draft, some say the best ever, so take one and hope he can be good depth.  

 

 

 

 

 

 

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