Fan Nations NFL Mock Draft Produces Corn

With the real NFL Charlie Coyle Jersey Draft just hours away, all of the publishers here at SI.com Fan Nation have gotten together to hold their first-round mock.How do we see it all going down?It's all right here, though without any trades allowed, which we here at Bills Central actually believe will happen for a multitude of teams, including the Bills, who are unlikely to end up picking where they are heading into the Draft at No. 25.Still, it should be fun to compare it to what actually happens.Scroll to ContinueSo. Here. We. Go. 1. Jacksonville Jaguars: Aidan Hutchinson, EDGE, MichiganThe Jaguars are likely down to either Aidan Hutchinson or Travon Walker at No. 1 overall, but the edge goes to Hutchinson thanks to his ability to make an instant impact. The Jaguars have won four games in the last two seasons and can't afford to mi s on this pick.Source: 2. Detroit Lions: Kayvon Thibodeaux, EDGE, OregonWith Aidan Hutchinson off of the board, the Detroit Lions select the next best pa s-rusher in the draft. Detroit's defensive line has struggled for several years to effectively rush the quarterback. Thibodeaux will be the "game-changer" general manager Brad Holmes and head coach Dan Campbell have been searching for on defense. Source: 3. Houston Texans: Ikem Ekwonu, OL, North Carolina StateThe Texans are going to run it back with Davis Mills for a second season. Although they added A.J. Cann in free agency, they need more, especially in terms of fixing the 32nd-ranked rushing attack. Ekwonu comes with experience at guard and tackle and is known for skills in run blocking. He's a Day-1 starter at either left guard or right tackle. Source: 4. New York Jets: Travon Walker, EDGE, GeorgiaEven after mi sing out on Kayvon Thibodeaux and Aidan Hutchinson, Robert Saleh and the Jets are still able to add a premier edge rusher at No. 4. Walker is poised to excel on New York's defensive line alongside Carl Lawson, John Franklin-Myers and more. The Jets will be tempted to take Ahmad Gardner here, but general manager Joe Douglas and his staff have a reputation for building through the trenches. Source: 5. New York Giants: Evan Neal, OT, AlabamaThe Giants need to fix their offensive line once and for all. Neal not only gives them an option this year at OT, he also gives them position flexibility for the future. Source: 6. Carolina Panthers: Devan Dubnyk Jersey Malik Willis, QB, LibertyThe Panthers could go with Charles Cro s here and solve their i sue at left tackle, but I don't see it happening. If Neal or Ekwonu were on the board, that's a different story. Panthers GM Scott Fitterer has said he's going to keep swinging on quarterbacks until they find their guy. Willis isn't the most pro-ready by any means, but he certainly has the most potential. It's a bit of a gamble and one that Fitterer won't mind taking. Source: 7. New York Giants: Derek Stingley Jr., CB, Alex Stalock Jersey LSUSauce Gardner was tempting here, but Stingley, in having answered some medical questions, has been the more productive cornerback and is a guy who should be able to step in should the Giants part with James Bradberry via trade. Source: 8. Atlanta Falcons: Garrett Wilson, WR, Ohio StateBy now, it's no secret that the Falcons need a No. 1 receiver. The current top option is Olamide Zaccheaus, who finished with only 31 catches as the team's No. 3 playmaker. Wilson has the highest upside of any receiver in the cla s and is a plug-and-play replacement for Calvin Ridley on the perimeter. Source: 9. Seattle Seahawks: Ahmad Gardner, CB, CincinnatiSeattle has never drafted a cornerback earlier than the third round in the Pete Carroll era, but Gardner has too much talent and upside to pa s up in the top-10. Built with a long, lean 6-foot-3, 190-pound frame, he looks like the prototypical corner the franchise prioritizes, ran a 4.41 40-yard dash at the Combine and didn't allow a single touchdown in coverage in college. Basically, he's Richard Sherman with wheels and playing in a scheme that should cater best to his strengths. Source: 10. New York Jets: Drake London, WR, USCAfter addre sing the defensive line with the No. 4 pick, it's time to give QB Zach Wilson another weapon on offense. New York may try to trade back here, or use this pick to go after a proven commodity at the wide receiver position. Bt with Garrett Wilson off the board, London is the pick for Gang Green. Source: 11. Washington Commanders: Kyle Hamilton, S, Notre DameAdding Wilson to help Carson Wentz in his career resurrection bid would've been nice, but Hamilton is no consolation prize and the top safety in this year's cla s. With yet another first-round pick on defense, coordinator Jack Del Rio will be under more pre sure to get his group to elevate its play. Source: 12. Minnesota Vikings: Jameson Williams, WR Jason Pominville Jersey , AlabamaWith the top defensive backs off the board, the Vikings take the most electrifying receiver in the draft. Adam Thielen is getting up there in age, new head coach Kevin O'Connell wants to spread things out, and the Vikings don't have a ton of depth at receiver. Williams is coming off an ACL injury, but his speed paired with Justin Jefferson would be scary for opposing defenses. Source: 13. Houston Texans: Chris Olave, WR, Ohio StateHouston likely is willing to listen to offers for this pick. But in this scenario, the franchise stays put. The Texans need speed and stability opposite Brandin Cooks. Olave is the top route-runner in the cla s and uses his 4.3 speed to create separation either on the boundary or in the slot. He'll become another weapon for Davis Mills in Year 2. Source: 14. Baltimore Ravens: Jordan Davis, DT, GeorgiaThe Ravens have holes to fill on the defensive line, and they could have an opportunity to find the perfect fit with Davis. He is physically imposing at 6-6, 341. Davis is stout against the run, which is a key area for the Ravens. Source: 15. Philadelphia Eagles: Jermaine Johnson, EDGE, Florida StateThe Eagles had just 29 sacks last year and, while they added pa s rush specialist Haason Reddick in free agency, they could always use more. Source: 16. New Orleans Saints: Jahan Dotson, WR, Penn StateDotson is speedy and will give Jameis Winston the vertical threat he needs from his receiving corps. Source: 17. Los Angeles Chargers: Trevor Penning, OT, Northern IowaThe Chargers have flexiblity with their first-round pick after everything they did in free agency. They can go a couple of different ways here, but grabbing a right tackle to further protect quarterback Justin Herbert looks like the most fitting selection. Penning gives the Chargers another bookend tackle Eric Staal Jersey to pair opposite of last year's rookie Rashawn Slater. Source: 18. Philadelphia Eagles: Treylon Burks, WR, ArkansasFor third year in a row, Eagles go WR in first round. Source: 19. New Orleans Saints: Charles Cro s, OT, Mi s. StateNew Orleans must find a long-term solution at left tackle since Terron Armstead signed a ma sive deal with the Dolphins in free agency. Cro s has great feet and s
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