March Mock Draft

  1. Jacksonville Jaguars – Aidan Hutchinson, Edge, Michigan

Picked by – Ed Farrar

Kyle Hamilton is still the best player in the class for me, but with all the money the Jags have been splashing in free agency, they need to get cheap at cornerstone positions. Aiden Hutchinson can be a key piece of their defense for years to come.

  1. Detroit Lions – Kayvon Thibodeaux, Edge, Oregon

Picked by – Kieran Patterson

Lions opt for best player on the board as they take Kayvon Thibodeux. Thibodaux is a game wracker and will be huge for the Lions in giving them that edge as they look to build on a promising first year with ACDC at the helm.

  1. Houston Texans – Ikem Ekwonu, Offensive Line, N.C State

Picked by – Andy Moore

The Texans have apparently made the decision to build around Davis Mills for the time being, and in order to give him the best chance to succeed they need to improve their Offensive Line. With Laremy Tunsil on the left, they add Ekwonu who can begin his career at Right Tackle or Guard in the NFL.

  1. New York Jets – Kyle Hamilton, Safety, Notre Dame

Picked by – Keith Lucken

If one of the top two Edges had fallen here, that would have been the pick. But snaring possibly the safest pick in the draft to build Salah’s defense around is no mean booby prize.

  1. New York Giants – Evan Neal, Offensive Tackle, Alabama

Picked by – Lee Wakefield

Looking to the future, whoever is going to be the QB for Big Blue long term is going to need better protection than they are currently providing. Looking at things right now, they have to give Daniel Jones every chance at success in what could be a pivotal season in his career, pairing Andrew Thomas with one of Bruce Feldman’s top ranked freaks gives New York a chance at getting better now and in future for whoever is under center.

  1. Carolina Panthers – Kenny Pickett, Quarterback, Pittsburgh

Picked by – Jake Tweedie

Breakout season in 2021 saw him named as a finalist for Heisman. Mobile runner who is as comfortable with pre-snap plays as he is with improvising. Throws with timing, accurate thrower and could be what the Panthers need moving forward as starting QB. 

  1. New York Giants – Travon Walker, Edge, Georgia

Picked by – Lee Wakefield

Lorenzo Carter has left The Big Apple so there is a spot open opposite Azeez Ojulari for the Giants. Walker gives them a serious upgrade over Carter… In fact, he gives them an upgrade over Ojulari and Azeez was my Edge1 last year!

This is a scary tandem on what was already a decent defense in 2021!

  1. Atlanta Falcons – Ahmad “Sauce” Gardner, Cornerback, Cincinnati

Picked by – Ed Farrar

The Falcons will need to find their replacement for Matt Ryan at some point, but not now. This roster is devoid of talent, but the possibility of putting Sauce Gardner opposite of breakout star AJ Terrell can be the start of building a truly formidable defence.

  1. Seattle Seahawks – Charles Cross, Offensive Tackle, Mississippi State

Picked by – Raj Garcha

The irony of the Seahawks finally addressing their OL upon Wilson’s departure. Cross is a technically sound, elite pass blocker with the ability to be the cornerstone for the next Seahawks franchise QB.

  1. New York Jets – Jermaine Johnson, Edge, Florida State

Picked By – Keith Lucken

The irony of the Seahawks finally addressing their OL upon Wilson’s departure. Cross is a technically sound, elite pass blocker with the ability to be the cornerstone for the next Seahawks franchise QB.

  1. Washington Commanders – Garrett Wilson, Wide Receiver, Ohio State

Picked by – Raj Garcha

Pairing Scary Terry with Wilson provides Wentz with an elite do-it-all receiver who has the ability to become the next rookie receiver to make an instant impact in the NFL.

  1. Minnesota Vikings – Derek Stingley Jr., Cornerback, LSU

Picked by – Jake Tweedie

Bit of a gamble due to limited field time the last couple of seasons but he stands out after 2019.  Excellent speed and athleticism but also has the aggression to rip the ball from offensive hands. Raw talent and a high ceiling, would be a solid pick if he stays healthy.

  1. Houston Texans – Devin Lloyd, Linebacker, Utah

Picked by – Andy Moore

The first Linebacker off the board is Devin Lloyd as the Texans significantly boost their defense. Lloyd is an all rounder that can comfortably slot in at any of the linebacking positions, as well as being a hard hitter he’s also a good pass rusher – look for him to make an immediate impact at the next level.

  1. Baltimore Ravens – George Karlaftis, Edge, Purdue

Picked by – Keith Lucken

This may be a touch high for Karlaftis, but the run on Edges has left him as the last first round caliber one available. Karlaftis is a perfect “Big End” who is probably the strongest Edge in this class, he feels like a perfect Raven type.

  1. Philadelphia Eagles – Treylon Burks, Wide Receiver, Arkansas

Picked by – Ed Farrar

Time to invest a third consecutive first round pick into a receiver. Burks’ stock appears to be dropping due to his combine performance, but his play speed and physicality should make him an electric weapon for Jalen Hurts and a good compliment to Devonta Smith.

  1. Philadelphia Eagles – Trent McDuffie, Cornerback, Washington

Picked by – Ed Farrar

The Eagles need to make the most of this unique opportunity with these three first round picks by investing in high value positions. McDuffie is a great athlete who can be a quality starter in the league.

  1. Los Angeles Chargers – Chris Olave, Wide Receiver, Ohio State

Picked by – Lee Wakefield

After a very successful free agency period where the Chargers brought in a number of defensive additions, I feel like the only real remaining holes on this team is right tackle, however 17 just isn’t the value for a high-end blocker in my opinion as I am not a huge fan of Trevor Penning.

So let’s give Justin Herbert a deep threat to complement Keenan Allen and Mike Williams. Olave can take the Bolts’ offense to another level, and it was plenty good last year! 

  1. New Orleans Saints – Drake London, Wide Receiver, USC

Picked by – Jake Tweedie

Big target with outstanding reach and catch radius. Big frame but athletic. Can take hits but has the ability to make defenders miss with their tackles.  

  1. Philadelphia Eagles – Nakobe Dean, Linebacker, Georgia

Picked by – Ed Farrar

Dean is fast, agile and versatile. Linebacker is a need for this Eagles defense, and he can be a key piece for defensive coordinator Jonathan Gannon as he enters his second year.

  1. Pittsburgh Steelers – Matt Corral, Quarterback, Ole Miss

Picked by – Kieran Patterson

Mitch Trubisky clearly isn’t it so the Steelers grab Ole Miss signal caller Matt Corral. Matt is the most pro-ready  QB in this draft class and with time to learn behind Trubisky he could develop into one of the better quarterbacks in the NFL.

  1. New England Patriots – Jahan Dotson, Wide Receiver, Penn State

Picked by – Kieran Patterson

The biggest problem the patriots currently have is Mac Jones doesn’t have anyone to throw to, that isn’t a tight end. Meyers and Bourne can only take you so far. So the evil empire grab themself a dynamic playmaker who might be the missing piece in them being a playoff threat this upcoming season.

  1. Green Bay Packers – Jameson Williams, Wide Receiver, Alabama

Picked by – Andy Moore

Devante Adams has left the building. Alan Lazard is currently the WR1 in Green Bay, and as much as Lazard is capable, Aaron Rodgers needs an alpha receiver. Williams can be that guy, if it wasn’t for an injury in the National Championship he’d be a lock to go ahead of Dotson.

  1. Arizona Cardinals – Andrew Booth Jr., Cornerback, Clemson

Picked by – Lee Wakefield

Booth gives the Cardinals that dominant corner that they’ve really lacked since Patrick Peterson left the desert. Bryon Murphy is a nice piece, but he’s a nickel corner, or at least that’s where he’s best, they’ve just picked up Jeff Gladney, whose career to date has been rough and the rest of the cornerback room is just made up of guys… You’re welcome, Cardinals fans.

  1. Dallas Cowboys – Jordan Davis, Interior Defensive Line, Georgia

Picked by – Raj Garcha

Athleticism, power, agility, speed and strength aren’t something you associate with a 340lb D Lineman, however Davis is that man. Jerry Jones will surely fall in love with these traits and the disruptive nature of his play. 

  1. Buffalo Bills – Zion Johnson, Interior Offensive Line, Florida State

Picked by – Keith Lucken

Andrew Booth was the target, but he went two picks before, so the focus shifts to the Offensive Line and the battle for the Guard spots. Zion Johnson is a high floor player but still with a decent amount of upside, and he can play all 5 line spots too.

  1. Tennessee Titans – Christian Watson, Wide Receiver, North Dakota State

Picked by – Jake Tweedie

Experienced and versatile receiver, has solid speed in a straight line and what he lacks in lateral movement he makes up with balance and control of the football after being hit or to avoid defenders. Comfortable catcher but lacks in a few areas that will need refined such catching balls downfield. 

  1. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Kenyon Green, Interior Offensive Line, Texas A&M

Picked by – Lee Wakefield

Tom Brady is back and if you have Tom Brady, you need a good offensive line – Ryan Jenson returned and Jason Licht traded for his old buddy Shaq Mason. Donovan Smith and Tristan Wirfs will be the bookends, as they were last year, so that only leaves the Bucs to find a replacement for Alex Cappa… Enter Kenyon Green, who for me is the best Guard prospect in this draft. Yep, Brady and the Buccaneers are going to be good again. [Sigh].

  1. Green Bay Packers – Quay Walker, Linebacker, Georgia

Picked by – Andy Moore

A replacement for Za’Darius Smith, and the third Linebacker off the board in the first round. Walker was a top playmaker on the Bulldogs’ Championship winning defense in 2021, and he’d slot straight into a Packers defense that has eyes on a Super Bowl in 2022.

  1. Miami Dolphins – Tyler Linderbaum, Interior Offensive Line

Picked by – Raj Garcha

Offensive line is a huge problem for the Dolphins, and by having Linderbaum drop to 29 is a huge blessing. Best center in the class and is a plug and play starter from day 1 to replace Michael Deiter.

  1. Kansas City Chiefs – Daxton Hill, Safety, Michigan

Picked by – Keith Lucken

The Chiefs love these Safety/Corner hybrids having two on their roster already in Thornhill and Sneed. Daxton Hill has every chance to sneak into the first round, so why not grab another one of these types to help defend the new arms race that is the AFC West.

  1. Cincinnati Bengals – Coby Bryant, Cornerback, Cincinnati

Picked by – Kieran Patterson

After fixing the offensive line in the off season the Bengals biggest need to help for Awuzie in the secondary and who better than Ohio native and 2021 Jim Thorpe award winner, Coby Bryant? With Zac Taylor building a solid winning culture, someone with the Mamba Mentality and elite play making ability is a must!

  1. Detroit Lions – Malik Willis, Quarterback, Liberty

Picked by – Kieran Patterson

After securing an elite edge rusher in the first half of the draft the Lions now look to upgrade from Goff. Who better than elite athlete and rocket armed Liberty Quarterback, Malik Willis. With the QB position coming with an ever increasing need for speed Willis is a no brainer for a team on the come up.


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