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  1. Trevor Lawrence, QB Clemson – No surprise here, he is the best QB in the draft. Urban Myer would not try his hand in the NFL if he did not think this dude was the answer.
  2. Zach Wilson, QB BYU – The Jets land their QB of the future and hopefully the face of a disappointing franchise. His arm strength and angles remind us a lot of Aaron Rodgers
  3. Mac Jones, QB Alabama – Kyle Shanahan wants a Quarterback that will make the throws he wants him to make. He does not care about the fast 40 times or cannon. Look what he did with Matt Ryan.
  4. Kyle PittsTE Florida – He is a day one starter for a team that might trade Julio Jones this offseason. Matt Ryan will be happy that his last days will come with a mismatch nightmare.
  5. Penei Sewell, OT Oregon – Taking anything but an offensive lineman at this pick would be an injustice to Joe Burrow.
  6. Ja’Marr Chase, WR LSU – The best wide receiver in this draft, his size and speed should pair up nice next to Devante Parker.
  7. Micah Parsons, LB Penn State – New Head Coach Dan Campbell wants to bring toughness back to Detroit. No better way than to take the best linebacker in the draft.
  8. DeVonta Smith, WR Alabama – Cuz Jimmy does not think DJ Moore is a true 1 and I agree. Getting this talent at 8 will help Sam Darnold show if he has the it factor.
  9. Justin Fields, QB Ohio State – New GM in Denver and he tries his hand at Quarterback. They have plenty of wide receiver talent, so Fields could grow with that young core.
  10. Patrick Surtain III, CB Alabama – The best corner in this draft landed on America’s team. This will help the rebuild of a defense that could not stop a nosebleed last year.
  11. Christian Darrisaw, OT Virginia Tech –  GM Dave Gettleman knows his future rides on the shoulders of Danny Dimes. He needs to protect those shoulders and gets this best pure tackle prospect in this draft.
  12. Jaylen Waddle, WR Alabama – The Eagles tried their hand last season with Jalen Reogor and it failed. This time they get the college preseason most hyped wide receiver before his injury-plagued season.
  13. Rashawn Slater, OT Northwestern – The Chargers should learn from the Bengals and protect their star young Quarterback.
  14. Kwity Paye, Edge Michigan – Mike Zimmerman needs to get back to his roots and build that front line. Paye has the potential, just needs time.
  15. Trey Lance, QB North Dakota State – Bill Belichick knows that he needs a QB to get back to winning. This guy is a perfect fit in New England and should sit nicely behind Cam Newton for a year.
  16. Greg Newsome III, CB Northwestern – A reach for some, but Cuz Jimmy thinks he has the talent to become a star. Just needs time.
  17. Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah, LB Notre Dame – The most versatile prospect in the draft, he will help change the identity of this horrible defense from a season ago.
  18. Zaven Collins, LB Tulsa – Miami gets a good one here and someone they can mold to be a jack of all trades type player on the defensive side of the ball.
  19. Trevon Moehrig, FS TCU – The best safety in the draft fills a need for the WFT who could slide Landon Collins to linebacker this season.
  20. Teven Jenkins, OT Oklahoma State – A day one starter that could plug in anywhere on the line and help this rushing attack.
  21. Azeez Ojulari, Edge Georgia – The Colts have been building the right way. They got their QB, now continue to make that defense the best in the AFC South.
  22. Caleb Farley, CB Virginia Tech – Cuz Jimmy thinks he has the best tools in the draft, just needs to use them. Slips due to his injury history but the Titans would love to have him.
  23. Jaycee Horn, CB South Carolina – He slides in the Intercept Your Lunch Mock and the Jets would love to get their Cornerback issues addressed here.
  24. Najee Harris, RB Alabama – The Steelers need to get back to their roots to help Big Ben be successful in what looks to be his last year.
  25. Christian Barmore, DT Alabama – Urban Myers understands the importance of defensive line success and Barmore brings that to him. A very underrated prospect that can have great success in this spot.
  26. Gregory Rousseau, Edge Miami FL – Pairing this freaky athlete with Myles Garret and now Clowney will make this team be feared in the pass rush.
  27. Rashod Bateman, WR Minnesota – The Ravens tried their hand with Dez Bryant, but they need a younger version of him. Bateman is just that at 6’2” and 210 pounds.
  28. Jamie Davis, LB Kentucky – A very raw prospect, has jumped into the first round due to potentially alone.
  29. Terrace Marshall Jr., WR LSU – Green Bay failed Aaron Rodgers last season in the first round. They won’t make that mistake again. 6’3” body who can pair nicely with DeVante Adams.
  30. Travis Etienne, RB Clemson – Sneaking into the first round, the Bills bring in their version of Alvin Karmara to help Josh Allen grow.
  31. Samuel Cosmi, OT Texas – Trading away Orlando Brown for this pick, the Ravens need to fill the hole at right tackle. Cosmi has matured nicely at Texas and would be a great replacement.
  32. Landon Dickerson, OC Alabama – Yet again another Bama player, but Tom Brady will love his front-line protection getting more talented.

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