Craig’s Mock Draft 1.0
Jacksonville Jaguars – Kayvon Thibodeaux, EDGE, Oregon
It’s become trendy over the last couple of weeks or so to suggest that the Jaguars will do something other than taking this draft’s best player, but I’m here to buck that trend.
Having drafted their quarterback with the first overall pick last year Jacksonville will be looking for a player with high positional value with this pick which likely rules out the highly rated Kyle Hamilton. Instead offensive tackle and edge rusher will be the positions any team in their position would covet with this pick.
Having drafted Walker Little in the second round last year and seen him make good enough progress to start him towards the end of the season and see him perform well in those games suggests to me this pick will lean towards the pass rushers and Thibodeaux is such a dominant force that I feel he has to be the pick here.
Detroit Lions – Malik Willis, QB, Liberty
*Ducks for cover* A lot of the Lions fans I hear from tell me they want one of the blue chip defensive prospects with this chip – ideally local boy Aidan Hutchinson – because they’ve got so many holes that they need to fill that a QB simply isn’t going to help them solve.
The problem for the Lions is that Jared Goff’s contract only runs through the 2022 season and so they need to have a plan at the most important position in football or face having to re-sign Goff or definitely start a rookie in 2023. Neither of those options will be appealing to Dan Campbell and his team.
I firmly believe that the Lions asked for Sam Howell and Malik Willis to be on their squad in the Senior Bowl because they had their eyes set on drafting one of them to be the face of their franchise going forward. Dan Campbell could barely contain his love for Willis when interviewed on the sideline during the game and with the amount of arm talent, mobility and desire he has, I think Detroit fans will quickly grow to love him.
Houston Texans – Evan Neal, OT, Alabama
Quite how the Texans aren’t picking first overall is beyond me – this franchise is clearly the most dysfunctional in the NFL and it isn’t even close. Possibly the only redeeming feature Houston now has to offer us is Lovie Smith’s beard.
The big question that remains for the Texans this offseason is what happens to DeShaun Watson as they surely cannot go through another draft and another season with him still languishing around on the roster, taking up cap space, but ultimately doing the square root of nothing.
Davis Mills may or may not be the answer for them at quarterback but starting acquire talent at key positions around him will be a step in the right direction for Houston. Their offensive line is one that needs that type of a shot in the arm and Alabama’s Evan Neal would be perfect for them with this pick – good in pass and run situations, highly athletic for a 350lbs tackle, and with the sort of explosiveness off the snap that will ensure he can keep most pass rushers under control regardless of their skill sets.
New York Jets – Aidan Hutchinson, EDGE, Michigan
After spending their first four draft picks on the offensive side of the ball last year it will come as no surprise to anyone if the Jets focus heavily on retooling their 32nd-ranked defense in the early rounds of this draft.
Robert Salah shot to prominence in San Francisco coaching a defense that consistently used its front four to get pressure on opposing QBs. The idea of being able to replicate that style in New York will be one that will surely appeal, and having Michigan pass rusher Aidan Hutchinson available to them when they go on the clock will surely make this an easy decision for the Jets.
Hutchinson is freakishly athletic, has an incredibly high motor and a set of moves that will cause offensive linemen headaches when it comes to trying to block him. Robert Salah gets his new Nick Bosa.
New York Giants – Ikem Ekwonu, OT, NC State
If the Giants are serious about their belief in Daniel Jones then new Head Coach Brian Daboll is going to have to find ways to improve the supporting cast around their quarterback as well as looking to get Saquan Barkley back to something close to his best running the football.
One common denominator between the two is the offensive line – a group that underperformed in 2021 and will need to be improved if this franchise is going to start taking steps in the right direction.
There’s a lot to like about the way Ikem Ekwonu plays offensive line – with power and tenacity as well as a great deal of athleticism. He’s also shown himself to be incredibly versatile in his time at NC State and contributes forcefully in both run and pass sets, which will make him a really good fit for what the Giants are going to want to do.
Carolina Panthers – Sam Howell, QB, North Carolina
If there’s one thing the Panthers absolutely have to do this offseason it is to get better at quarterback – Sam Darnold is clearly not the answer they were looking for when they traded for him last year.
Speaking of trades it wouldn’t at all be a shock if owner David Tepper wanted his team to get in on the Deshaun Watson sweepstakes but if Carolina enters draft day without having made a move at QB then they will certainly have done their due diligence on the crop available in this draft.
Sam Howell is my QB1 – he remains poised in the pocket even when under pressure as consistently as he was in 2021, has the athletic ability to take off and run when the pocket collapses, and has the ability to make all the throws you could ask of him and more.
New York Giants (from Chicago) – George Karlaftis, EDGE, Purdue
Having already upgraded their offensive line with the fifth overall pick the Giants could consider adding an offensive weapon, likely a wide receiver, with this selection if they want to keep adding to the assets around their quarterback.
But having drafted Kadarius Toney last year they instead opt to look at strengthening the other premium positions on their roster, starting with adding the sort of pass rusher synonymous with the Giants teams that went to Super Bowls in 2008 and 2012.
George Karlaftis is surprisingly under the radar given the focus on the two pass rushers already off the board. He’s more than capable against the run, explosive off the snap and gets upfield quickly and often, and also offers the flexibility to be able to slide inside in obvious passing situations as his size means he can take on and win against double teams when operating without a load of space.
Atlanta Falcons – Kyle Hamilton, S, Notre Dame
The Falcons demonstrated their commitment to adding talented players regardless of position when they drafted Kyle Pitts as high as they did last year. That approach to roster building worked for Terry Fontenot’s Saints and so he’s likely to stick to what he knows when it comes to making this pick.
Atlanta needs to improve its defense and having one of the most talented and highly rated prospects in this year’s draft (my #2 overall prospect) still on the board here would be a significant coup for a franchise that needs to add help in its secondary alongside AJ Terrell.
Kyle Hamilton is a proper do-it-all safety who is happy in the box and has the size to make tackles stick up against even the most powerful of backs, but also excels in coverage too.
Denver Broncos – Nakobe Dean, LB, Georgia
Denver are another team that will need to find a way to address their deficiencies at the quarterback position this offseason but with the top two already off the board by the time they’re on the clock, the Broncos will instead look to improve their defense.
Finding a run stuffing defensive tackle or a replacement for Von Miller will surely be high on the agenda but with the top pass rushers already off the board and this being a bit too early for the likes of Georgia’s Jordan Davis the Broncos instead opt for his teammate, do-it-all linebacker Nakobe Dean.
Dean will give the Broncos a leader, and with his sideline-to-sideline speed and ability to diagnose plays and blow them up in the run game he’ll at least go some way to addressing their concerns against the run.
New York Jets (from Seattle) – Derek Stingley, CB, LSU
Sticking with the theme of upgrading their defense, the Jets use the second of their top 10 picks to continue down that road by drafting LSU cornerback Derek Stingley Jr.
Stingley put some very impressive games on tape time and again as a true freshman and a sophomore but then struggled to stay healthy over the last couple of years, making any assessment of him slightly more difficult than it should be.
With his size and coverage abilities though the upside is huge and there’s no concern that the injuries are ones that may hamper him regularly throughout his career, so this could be a really smart pick by the Jets.
Washington Commanders – Charles Cross, OT, Mississippi State
The newly named Commanders are yet another team with questions to answer at the quarterback position but they’ve shown a propensity for going with veterans in recent years and I’m not convinced that will change this year.
Instead they opt to address their offensive line with Mississippi State’s Charles Cross. Cross is an outstanding pass blocker who has excelled in college, giving up just one sack on 682 pass blocking snaps last year. His experience, coupled with his size and athleticism, will mean he is able to start from day one.
Minnesota Vikings – Andrew Booth, CB, Clemson
Minnesota seem to have been in need of a cornerback for each of the last few years and while they were able to paper over some of the cracks by bringing in Patrick Peterson, with both Andrew Booth and Ahmad ‘Sauce’ Gardner still on the board this has to be the year the Vikings finally bring in some young secondary help.
In this scenario they go with the Clemson product who is known for consistently breaking up passes with his physicality and determination to get to the ball, whilst also displaying above-average quickness and having the height to enable him to match up with most receivers.
Cleveland Browns – Treylon Burks, WR, Arkansas
Now that Odell Beckham has gone on to win a Super Bowl with the Rams the portion of the Browns fanbase that believes this team is better off without Baker Mayfield is growing ever louder.
But finding a way to get the best out of Mayfield is the only way Cleveland is going to progress into the postseason and make a run at winning it all. Adding Arkansas wideout Treylon Burks will give their offense a weapon with an incredibly diverse skill set to work with – he’s 6’4 and got pace to burn making him a matchup nightmare for defenses and a really exciting piece for the Browns to work with.
Baltimore Ravens – Devin Lloyd, LB, Utah
Given how often they manged to get their quarterbacks injured the Ravens might well be considering looking for some offensive line help early in this year’s draft. However their defense also needs some help and aside from Patrick Queen, Baltimore doesn’t have a single off-ball linebacker under contract for 2022.
Step forward Devin Lloyd who has been such a leader for Utah for the last couple of years and has all of the intangibles that a team like the Ravens consistently values. Lloyd is also an exceptionally sure tackler and has the sideline-to-sideline speed and range to sniff out the ball in any situation and make a play.
Philadelphia Eagles (from Miami) – David Ojabo, EDGE, Michigan
The Eagles have three of the next five selections from this point on and whilst many expect them to trade away at least one of these selections I’m not in the habit of projecting trades.
So in this mock the Eagles are going address a number of key positions, starting with their defensive line and a pass rusher in particular. David Ojabo, Michigan’s part-Scottish part-Nigerian edge rusher, rose to the fore in 2021 playing opposite Aidan Hutchinson on the fearsome defense that helped take the Wolverines into the college playoffs.
Ojabo’s ceiling is undoubtedly high but he’s a tad raw at the moment which is why he’s not higher up the board. His athletic upside is huge though and the Eagles could well find themselves with a guy who turns into a dominant pass rusher a year or two down the road.
Philadelphia Eagles (from Indianapolis) – Chris Olave, WR, Ohio State
The Eagles could also do with adding a weapon to support their young quarterback Jalen Hurts, giving him more options in terms of who to throw the ball to.
Last year’s first round pick DeVonta Smith gives the Eagles gamebreaking speed and the ability to mix things up, so a polished receiver Hurts can rely on to run nice, clean routes like Ohio State’s Chris Olave would be a great complementary piece in this offense and help the Eagles take the next step in their development.
Los Angeles Chargers – Jordan Davis, DT, Georgia
The Georgia defense shut down opponent after opponent in 2021 and they set that all up by being absolutely against the run. The Chargers by contrast had one of the league’s worst defenses when it came to stopping the run and addressing that obvious deficiency will surely be high on their agenda this offseason.
Jordan Davis only took the field on about 65% of Georgia’s snaps last year which has led to some pigeon holing him as an old-fashioned run stuffing nose tackle. He’s much more than that – making an impact on almost every play, getting into the backfield and finding his way to the ball carrier with a scary level of regularity. Given that skill set he’s also got clear upside to be effective on passing downs – something he may well do more regularly in the NFL.
New Orleans Saints – Matt Corral, QB, Mississippi
The Saints had a look at the post-Drew Brees era in 2021 and the combination of Jameis Winston and Taysom Hill wasn’t exactly pretty. Now throw in the retirement of Sean Payton and the cap hell they appear to be in and the time feels ripe to start again at the quarterback position with at least one eye on the future.
Ole Miss QB Matt Corral took significant strides forward in 2021 and has the arm talent to make any throw you could ask of him. He throws laser beams on short and intermediate routes and can use his legs when he needs to as well. And the Saints have the new face of their franchise.
Philadelphia Eagles – Ahmad ‘Sauce’ Gardner, CB, Cincinnati
Back with the Eagles again, and aside from Darius Slay they don’t really have a cornerback of any real note. Step forth Ahmad Gardner, aka Sauce, the Bearcats corner who shot to prominence in 2021 as Cincinnati made a run into the College Football Playoff semi-finals.
Gardner is getting a lot of love from draftniks at the moment – I’ve seen some suggesting he could even go in the top 10. Standing at over 6’2 and with a record that shows he gave up no touchdowns in coverage whilst at Cincinnati you can see why some will be salivating at his potential and why the Eagles will be delighted to snag him with this pick.
Pittsburgh Steelers – Tyler Linderbaum, IOL, Iowa
I’ve seen a lot of mock drafts with Pittsburgh QB Kenny Pickett in this spot but I think that’s a case of people joining dots that simply aren’t there. I’m sure it would be a great story, but its not one that I can see happening right now.
Instead I’ve got the Steelers addressing their offensive line with one of the highest rated players in this draft, Iowa’s Tyler Linderbaum. The Hawkeye center excels in both run and pass blocking and will make an immediate difference to the Steelers offense no matter who ends up at quarterback for them in 2022.
New England Patriots – Garrett Wilson, WR, Ohio State
The Patriots don’t have a habit of drafting good wide receivers in round one and have been burned previously when they’ve tried. But Bill Belichick showed last year that you can teach an old dog new tricks when New England took QB Mac Jones in the first round and surrounding his young, promising signal caller with talent will surely be a priority this offseason.
With that in mind, Ohio State’s Garrett Wilson would be a logical choice with this pick. While he doesn’t have the multi-year high-level consistency of his teammate Chris Olave, Wilson was arguably the better of the two on tape this year and will enter the league highly pro-ready. He runs crisp routes and has the agility levels you look for in a high class receiver.
Las Vegas Raiders – DeMarvin Leal, DT, Texas A&M
Las Vegas enters this offseason with three of its four key interior defensive linemen out of contract, an offensive line that remains in a state of flux, and a need to pick up some playmakers on offense. So with the way the board has fallen, the Raiders have a number of options including Kenyon Green, Zion Johnson, Jameson Williams and Drake London.
But here they go with the guy who many had earmarked as a top 10 pick before the start of the year, Texas A&M defensive tackle DeMarvin Leal. While Leal’s stock has fallen slightly from those lofty heights he’s still highly regarded as a versatile defensive lineman who excels in pass rush situations in particular.
Arizona Cardinals – Kaiir Elam, CB, Florida
There’s been some weird posturing going on in the desert between the Cardinals and Kyler Murray over the last couple of weeks or so – presumably as both sides dwell on the disappointment of not meeting the lofty goals they’d set for themselves in 2021.
One area that Arizona seems to have been in need of strengthening for a couple of years now is in the secondary and they continue to rank in the bottom half of the league when it comes to most passing defensive statistics. Adding a tall, lean, aggressive ballhawking cornerback like Florida’s Kaiir Elam will surely help them to address that area of weakness.
Dallas Cowboys – Kenyon Green, IOL, Texas A&M
The Cowboys have had Connor Williams starting at left guard on and off for the last four seasons, but they’ll most likely be looking for his replacement this offseason given that he hasn’t been particularly convincing at any time during his rookie deal.
Suring up that line with the addition of Texas A&M’s Kenyon Green here will help Dallas to better protect their investment in Dak Prescott and improve their ability to run the football as well. Green is an incredibly versatile lineman having started at every position during his time with the Aggies and he plays with a toughness that his coaches love.
Buffalo Bills – Trent McDuffie, CB, Washington
The Bills have got one of the strongest rosters in the entire NFL at the moment and don’t have a huge number of pending free agents to worry about losing either, giving them a huge amount of flexibility around how they approach the draft.
One area where they could find themselves short however is in the secondary where Levi Wallace is out of contract and Taron Johnson could certainly be upgraded upon. Washington cornerback Trent McDuffie would be an excellent fit in Buffalo – he has the skill set to play a mix of press man and zone coverages and is physical in the tackle too.
Tennessee Titans – Jameson Williams, WR, Alabama
The trade for Julio Jones hasn’t quite worked out the way the Titans would have planned it and they need to ensure they don’t go into yet another season being over reliant on Derrick Henry.
Jameson Williams would be a really intriguing addition to Tennessee’s roster here, giving them a real x-factor type of receiver who is dangerous every time he gets the ball in his hands.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Kenny Pickett, QB, Pittsburgh
Whoever has to pick up the mantle from the GOAT in Tampa Bay is going to have an incredibly tough job indeed, though we all saw Mac Jones able to handle that pressure up in New England. I’m not expecting the Bucs to be starting a rookie in week one of the 2022 season though.
However they will use this pick to draft an heir apparent in the form of Kenny Pickett out of Pitt. Pickett demonstrated a high level of growth in the 2021 season, becoming far more productive and efficient as a passer whilst also cutting out some of the mistakes that used to result in interceptions. Ignore the small hands thing – Pickett has a high ceiling and Bruce Arians and Byron Leftwich would be a great duo to support him as he looks to take the next step.
Green Bay Packers – Drake London, WR, USC
How funny would it be if Green Bay let Aaron Rodgers leave after years of him practically begging them to surround him with multiple talented wide receivers, only for them to then go and draft a tall, playmaking wide receiver to become Jordan Love’s favourite target?
That’s not the only factor at play here though as Davante Adams is also slated to be a free agent and with all the uncertainty around Rodgers it wouldn’t be a major shock if he left. USC’s Drake London would give whoever is throwing the ball for the Packers a big target with excellent hands to aim for.
Miami Dolphins (from San Francisco) – Trevor Penning, OT, Northern Iowa
The Dolphins, and in particular owner Stephen Ross, are one of the teams consistently linked with making a big swing to go after a quarterback via a trade. However they’ve got Tua Tagovailoa going into just his third year in the league having been unable to stay healthy and on the field throughout his first two.
The Dolphins would be wise to strengthen their offensive line to help keep him upright and Northern Iowa’s Trevor Penning is the type of offensive tackle who could make a real difference to this group. He plays with a mean streak, likes to make sure anyone up against him ends up on their backside, and can maul in the run game as well.
Kansas City Chiefs – Drake Jackson, EDGE, USC
I flip-flopped between Jackson and Florida State’s Jermaine Johnson here but in the end I’ve settled on the USC edge rusher over the Senior Bowl media darling. Jackson is a tad raw as a prospect but has major upside as a pass rusher and the Chiefs, who have hosted the last four AFC Championship games can afford to take a risk or two in adding talent.
Jackson has exceptional length and the frame to be able to put on another 20lbs without losing any of his explosive burst. He plays more with finesse than with aggression but he knows how to get into the backfield and create pressure – skills you can never have too many of on a roster.
Cincinnati Bengals – Zion Johnson, IOL, Boston College
Anyone who continues to insist that the Bengals were wrong to draft JaMarr Chase over Penei Sewell has probably been living under a rock all year while Cincinnati made its way into the Super Bowl. But that run doesn’t hide the fact that Joe Burrow ended up on his backside far too often this season and that this team does need to address its offensive line this offseason.
Zion Johnson had an impressive week at the Senior Bowl that may just have nudged him into first round contention, especially for a team like the Bengals with such an obvious need. He’s physical, competitive and always makes sure he finishes plays off in a way that coaches love.
Detroit Lions (from LA Rams) – Travon Walker, DL, Georgia
The Lions have the final pick of the first round courtesy of the Matt Stafford trade and having drafted their quarterback of the future earlier on, the plan will surely be to go with the best player available regardless of position for the rest of the draft.
At this point that guy is surely Georgia’s defensive lineman Travon Walker who is explosive, twitchy and incredibly quick off the snap. He also offers the versatility to play a number of roles across the defensive line and would be a great addition to the Lions defensive line.
Round 2 – Mock Draft
|33||Jacksonville Jaguars||Jahan Dotson||Penn State||WR|
|34||Detroit Lions||Daxton Hill||Michigan||S|
|35||New York Jets||Jalen Pitre||Baylor||S|
|36||New York Giants||Desmond Ridder||Cincinnati||QB|
|37||Houston Texans||Jermaine Johnson II||Florida State||EDGE|
|38||New York Jets from Carolina||David Bell||Purdue||WR|
|39||Chicago Bears||Roger McCreary||Auburn||CB|
|40||Denver Broncos||Myjai Sanders||Cincinnati||EDGE|
|41||Seattle Seahawks||Nicholas Petit-Frere||Ohio State||OT|
|42||Washington Commanders||Christian Harris||Alabama||LB|
|43||Atlanta Falcons||Kingsley Enagbare||South Carolina||EDGE|
|44||Cleveland Browns||Lewis Cine||Georgia||S|
|45||Baltimore Ravens||Darian Kinnard||Kentucky||OT|
|46||Minnesota Vikings||Arnold Ebiketie||Penn State||EDGE|
|47||Indianapolis Colts||George Pickens||Georgia||WR|
|48||Los Angeles Chargers||Bernhard Raimann||Central Michigan||OT|
|49||New Orleans Saints||Perrion Winfrey||Oklahoma||DT|
|50||Miami Dolphins||Isaiah Spiller||Texas A&M||RB|
|51||Philadelphia Eagles||Jaquan Brisker||Penn State||S|
|52||Pittsburgh Steelers||Devonte Wyatt||Georgia||DT|
|53||Las Vegas Raiders||Khalil Shakir||Boise State||WR|
|54||New England Patriots||Martin Emerson||Mississippi State||CB|
|55||Arizona Cardinals||Kenneth Walker||Michigan State||RB|
|56||Dallas Cowboys||Nik Bonitto||Oklahoma||EDGE|
|57||Buffalo Bills||Breece Hall||Iowa State||RB|
|58||Atlanta Falcons from Tennessee||Travis Jones||Connecticut||DT|
|59||Green Bay Packers||Haskell Garrett||Ohio State||DT|
|60||Tampa Bay Buccaneers||Trey McBride||Colorado State||TE|
|61||San Francisco 49ers||Kyler Gordon||Washington||CB|
|62||Kansas City Chiefs||Boye Mafe||Minnesota||EDGE|
|63||Cincinnati Bengals||Jalen Wydermyer||Texas A&M||TE|
|64||Denver Broncos from LA Rams||Carson Strong||Nevada||QB|
Round 3 – Mock Draft
|65||Jacksonville Jaguars||Jamaree Salyer||Georgia||IOL|
|66||Detroit Lions||Brandon Smith||Penn State||LB|
|67||New York Giants||Jeremy Ruckert||Ohio State||TE|
|68||Houston Texans||Jalen Tolbert||South Alabama||WR|
|69||New York Jets||Ed Ingram||LSU||IOL|
|70||Jacksonville Jaguars from Carolina||Logan Hall||Houston||DT|
|71||Chicago Bears||Sean Rhyan||UCLA||OT|
|72||Seattle Seahawks||Cameron Thomas||San Diego State||EDGE|
|73||Washington Commanders||Marcus Jones||Houston||CB|
|74||Atlanta Falcons||Christian Watson||North Dakota State||WR|
|75||Denver Broncos||Daniel Faalele||Minnesota||OT|
|76||Baltimore Ravens||Phidarian Mathis||Alabama||DT|
|77||Minnesota Vikings||Darrian Beavers||Cincinnati||LB|
|78||Cleveland Browns||Sam Williams||Ole Miss||EDGE|
|79||Los Angeles Chargers||John Metchie III||Alabama||WR|
|80||Houston Texans from New Orleans||Kyren Williams||Notre Dame||RB|
|81||New York Giants from Miami||Brian Robinson Jr.||Alabama||RB|
|82||Indianapolis Colts||Abraham Lucas||Washington State||OT|
|83||Philadelphia Eagles||Damone Clark||LSU||LB|
|84||Pittsburgh Steelers||Wan’Dale Robinson||Kentucky||WR|
|85||New England Patriots||Charlie Kolar||Iowa State||TE|
|86||Las Vegas Raiders||Josh Jobe||Alabama||CB|
|87||Arizona Cardinals||Josh Paschal||Kentucky||EDGE|
|88||Dallas Cowboys||Chad Muma||Wyoming||LB|
|89||Buffalo Bills||Quay Walker||Georgia||LB|
|90||Tennessee Titans||Jake Ferguson||Wisconsin||TE|
|91||Tampa Bay Buccaneers||Amare Barno||Virginia Tech||EDGE|
|92||Green Bay Packers||Rasheed Walker||Penn State||OT|
|93||Kansas City Chiefs||Tyler Allgeier||BYU||RB|
|94||San Francisco 49ers||Max Mitchell||Louisiana-Lafayette||OT|
|95||Cincinnati Bengals||Brian Asamoah||Oklahoma||LB|
|96||Denver Broncos from LA Rams||Derion Kendrick||Georgia||CB|
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