Mock Draft 4.1

The range isn't 16-25. Its going to be around 10. That's where I'm guessing. Here we go.

Round 1- Best Case: Taylor Lewan, OT, Michigan. I've been trying to hold it off, but it's obvious. Our offensive line sucks. WR's have acutally been doing pretty good. But our O-Line Sucks. No debate, end of subject. Lewan would make our O-Line way better. Realistic Option: Cyrus Kouandjio, OT, Alabama. Same thing our O-Line sucks, we need help. Kouandjio is the 3rd best OT, behide Lewan and Jake Matthews.

Round 2- Best Case: Austin Seferian-Jenkins, TE, Washington. Despite if Pitta comes back or not, we need another target for Joe. I think Seferian-Jenkins does that and more. Good pick here. Realistic Option: Same. It looks like he'll be available here and its a good pick.

Round 3- Best Case: Brandon Coleman, WR, Rutgers. Despite what I said about having decent receivers, its still a need. Another big target for Joe would help open things up everywhere else. Realistic Option: Yamin Smallwood, LB, Conneticut. I've stuck with him for a while. He gives us a good run stopper to go with Arthur Brown's coverage.

Round 4 comp- Shayne Skov, LB, Stanford. Great value here, complements Arthur Brown well. Realistic Option: Josh Huff, WR, Oregon. Best value here, gives us a good slot receiver.

Round 4 comp #2- Best Case and Realistic Option: Andre Hal, CB, Vanderbilt. Same as my last couple. Good CB and a great value.

Round 5 comp- Best Case: Weston Richburg, C, Colarado State. Great center to improve our O-Line. Realistic Option: Cody Hoffman, WR, BYU. Off field Issue+speed questions have lowered his value, but he is an absolute steal in the 5th. A core of Torrey, Huff, Hoffman, and Marlon Brown would be a good group for years to come.

Round 6- Best Case and Realistic Option: Nickoe Whitley, S, Mississippi State. He is a good all around S and could start next to Elam.

Round 6 Comp- Best Case: Bruce Gaston, DL, Purdue. Gives us decent D-Line depth because of the possibility of Arthur Jones leaving and Marcus Spears getting released. Realistic Option: Gabe Ikard, C, Oklahoma. Ikard is a good center and will give us an improvement over Gino Gradkowski.

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