Mocking the Draft Version 5

Here we go again ladies and gentlemen, this time with a post-free agency mock.  I feel as though this hits on all of the Jaguar’s major needs and gives us much needed depth on the Offensive Line.  It also features Defensive back help, getting us a solid replacement for when Rashean Mathis departs the team.  We will also (at least here) be selecting a backup (finally) for Terrance Knighton, who needs a rest as we saw last season and this one coming into camp out of shape.  Lastly we hit on what I believe is a true position of need, and that is a Number One Receiver.  Fuller is a big, strong, and quick route runner with good hands who can step right in and assume the number one spot from Mike Thomas (or Hill).

 

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Round One

  1. Cincinnati – Quinton Coples, DE North Carolina
  2. Washington – Andrew Luck, QB Stanford
  3. Tennessee – Alshon Jeffery, WR South Carolina
  4. Carolina – Justin Blackmon, WR Oklahoma State
  5. Denver – Dre Kirkpatrick, CB Alabama
  6. Arizona – Johnathan Martin, OT Stanford
  7. Miami – Matthew Barkley, QB Southern California
  8. Oakland – Stephon Gilmore, CB South Carolina
  9. Minnesota – Matthew Kalil, OT Southern California
  10. San Francisco – Alfonzo Dennard, CB Nebraska
  11. Cleveland – Luke Keuchly, MLB Boston College
  12. Seattle – Landry “Lance” Jones, QB Oklahoma
  13. Detroit – Riley Reiff, OT Iowa
  14. Buffalo – Donte Paige-Moss, OLB North Carolina
  15. New York Giants – Zach Brown, OLB North Carolina
  16. Kansas City – Vontaze Burflict, ILB Arizona State
  17. Tampa Bay – Travis Lewis, OLB Oklahoma
  18. Jacksonville – Jeff Fuller, WR Texas A&M
  19. Chicago – Manti Te’O, MLB Notre Dame
  20. Dallas – Jared Crick, 5-Tech Nebraska
  21. Houston – Alameda Ta’amu, NT Washington
  22. New England (from New Orleans) – David DeCastro, OG Stanford
  23. New York Jets – Bruce Irvin, OLB West Virginia
  24. St. Louis – Trent Richardson, RB Alabama
  25. Indianapolis – Jayron Hosley, CB Virginia Tech
  26. San Diego – Devin Taylor, OLB South Carolina
  27. Cleveland (from Atlanta) – Cliff Harris, CB/R Oregon
  28. Baltimore – Michael Brewster, OC Ohio State
  29. Philadelphia – Jerel Worthy, DT Michigan State
  30. Pittsburgh – Kelechi Osemele, OG/OT Iowa State
  31. New England – Ben Jones, OC Georgia
  32. Green Bay – Brandon Lindsey, OLB Pittsburgh

Round Two

  1. Cincinnati – Michael Floyd, WR Notre Dame
  2. Washington – Kevin Zeitler, OG Wisconsin
  3. Tennessee – Andre Branch, DE Clemson
  4. Carolina – Morris Claiborne, CB Louisiana State University
  5. Denver – Brandon Thompson, DT Clemson
  6. Philadelphia (from Arizona) – Dont’a Hightower, MLB Alabama
  7. Miami – Dwayne Allen, TE Clemson
  8. New England (from Oakland) – Ryan Broyles, WR Oklahoma
  9. Minnesota – Marcus Forston, DT Miami (fl)
  10. San Francisco – Shane Skov, OLB Stanford
  11. Cleveland – Vinny Curry, DE Marshall
  12. Seattle – Chase Minnifield, CB/S Virginia
  13. Detroit – Janoris Jenkins, CB North Alabama
  14. Buffalo – Ryan Tannehill, QB Texas A&M
  15. New York Giants – Michael Adams, OT Ohio State University
  16. Kansas City – Robert Lester, S Alabama
  17. Tampa Bay – Chris Polk, RB Washington
  18. Jacksonville – William Vlachos, OC Alabama
  19. Chicago – Mohammed Sanu, WR Rutgers
  20. Dallas – T.J. McDonald, S Southern California
  21. Houston – Eddie Whitley, S Virginia Tech
  22. New Orleans – Sean Spence, OLB Miami (fl)
  23. New York Jets – Kheeston Randall, 5-Tech Texas
  24. St. Louis – Kawann Short, NT Purdue
  25. Indianapolis – Ray Ray Armstrong, S Miami (fl)
  26. San Diego – David Paulson, TE Oregon
  27. Atlanta – Jake Bequette, DE Arkansas
  28. Baltimore – Johnathan Massaqoui, OLB Troy
  29. Philadelphia – Tank Carder, OLB/MLB Texas Christian University
  30. Pittsburgh – Colby Fleener, TE Stanford
  31. New England – Baker Steinkuhler, 5-Tech Nebraska
  32. Green Bay – Nate Potter, OT/OG Boise State

Round Three

  1. Cincinnati – Renard Williams, DT Eastern Washington
  2. Washington – Billy Winn, 5-Tech Boise State
  3. Tennessee – James Michael-Johnson, MLB Nevada
  4. Chicago (from Carolina) – Cordy Glenn, OG Georgia
  5. Denver – Cyrus Gray, RB Texas A&M
  6. Arizona – Coryell Judie, CB Texas A&M
  7. Miami – Ryan Miller, OG Colorado
  8. Oakland – Kirk Cousins, QB Michigan State
  9. Minnesota – Julian Miller, DE West Virgina
  10. San Francisco – Josh Chapman, NT Alabama
  11. Cleveland – Terrell Manning, OLB North Carolina State
  12. Seattle – Nick Perry, DE Southern California
  13. Detroit – Kenny Tate, S/OLB Maryland
  14. Buffalo – Tanner Hawkinson, OT Kansas
  15. New York Giants – Chris Marve, MLB Vanderbilt
  16. Kansas City – LaMichael James, RB Oregon
  17. Tampa Bay – Keenan Robinson, OLB/ILB Texas
  18. Jacksonville – Desmond Turfant, CB Washington
  19. Chicago – Levy Adcock, OT Oklahoma State
  20. Dallas – Donnie Fletcher, CB/S Boston College
  21. Houston – Andrew Datko, OT/OG Florida State
  22. New Orleans – Jaye Howard, DT Florida
  23. New York Jets – Nigel Bradham, ILB Florida State
  24. St. Louis – Mark Barron, S Alabama
  25. Indianapolis – Greg Childs, WR Arkansas
  26. San Diego – Phillip Blake, OC Baylor
  27. Atlanta – Orson Charles, TE Georgia
  28. Baltimore – Courtney Upshaw, ILB Alabama
  29. Philadelphia – DeVier Posey, WR Ohio State University
  30. Pittsburgh – Dontari Poe, NT Memphis
  31. New England – Cam Johnson, DE Virginia
  32. Green Bay – Devon Still, 5-Tech Penn State

Round Four

  1. Cincinnati – Brandon Boykin, CB Georgia
  2. Washington – Keith Tandy, CB West Virginia
  3. Tennessee – Emmanuel Acho, OLB Texas
  4. Carolina – Kendall Reyes, DT Connecticut
  5. Denver – Shaun Prater, CB/R Iowa
  6. Arizona – Cordaro Law, OLB Southern Mississippi
  7. Miami – Janzen Jackson, S Tennessee
  8. Washington (from Oakland) – Bob Massie, OT Ole Miss
  9. Minnesota – Dwight Jones, WR North Carolina
  10. San Francisco – Chris Galippo, ILB Southern California
  11. Cleveland – Tony Dye, S UCLA
  12. Seattle – Adrian Robinson, OLB/MLB Temple
  13. Detroit – David Molk, OC Michigan
  14. Buffalo – Korey Williams, ILB Southern Mississippi
  15. New York Giants – Lonnie Edwards, OG Texas Tech
  16. Kansas City – Kevious Watkins, OG South Carolina
  17. Philadelphia (from Tampa Bay) – Ryan Lindley, QB San Diego State
  18. Jacksonville – Amini Silatolu, OG Midwestern State
  19. Chicago – Vince Browne, DE Northwestern
  20. Dallas – Seth Oxner, OC Arkansas
  21. Houston – Jacquies Smith, OLB Missouri
  22. New Orleans – Aaron Henry, S Wisconsin
  23. New York Jets – Josh Gordon, WR Baylor
  24. St. Louis – Omar Bolden, CB Arizona State
  25. Indianapolis – Nick Foles, QB Arizona
  26. San Diego – Brian Quick, WR Appalachian State
  27. Cleveland (from Atlanta) – Juron Criner, WR Arizona
  28. Buffalo (from Baltimore) – Jermaine Kearse, WR Washington
  29. Philadelphia – Moe Petrus, OG/OC Connecticut
  30. Pittsburgh – Nick Toon, WR Wisconsin
  31. New England – Leonard Johnson, CB Iowa State
  32. Green Bay – Michael Egnew, TE Missouri

Round Five

  1. Cincinnati – Isaiah Pead, RB Cincinnati
  2. Washington – Adrian Cole, ILB Louisiana Tech
  3. Tennessee – Logan Harrell, DT Fresno State
  4. Carolina – Lucas Nix, OT/OG Pittsburgh
  5. Denver – Broderick Binns, DE Iowa
  6. Arizona – Ladarius Green, TE Louisiana-Lafayette
  7. Miami – T.Y. Hilton, WR Florida International
  8. Oakland – Jaymes Brooks, OG Virginia Tech
  9. Minnesota – Emmanuel Davis, CB Eastern Carolina
  10. San Francisco – George Bryan, TE North Carolina State
  11. Cleveland – Bernard Pierce, RB Temple
  12. Seattle – Mike Daniels, DT Iowa
  13. Detroit – Audie Cole, MLB North Carolina State
  14. Buffalo – Dontari Poe, NT Memphis
  15. New York Giants – Rhett Ellison, TE Southern California
  16. Kansas City – Marquis Maze, WR Alabama
  17. Tampa Bay – Ben Bojicic, OC Bowling Green
  18. Jacksonville – James Brown, OT/OG Troy
  19. Chicago – Sean Cattouse, S California
  20. Dallas – Antonie McCalin, OG Clemson
  21. Houston – Chris Rainey, WR/RB/R Florida
  22. New Orleans – Ben Burkett, OC Northwestern
  23. New York Jets – Tavon Wilson, S Illinois
  24. St. Louis – Jack Crawford, DE Penn State
  25. Indianapolis – Matthew Reynolds, OT Brigham Young University
  26. San Diego – Rashard Hall, S Clemson
  27. Atlanta – T-Bob Hebert, OC Louisiana State University
  28. Baltimore – Kaleb Ramsey, 5-Tech Boston College
  29. Philadelphia – Elvis Fisher, OT Missouri
  30. Pittsburgh – Chris Owusu, WR Stanford
  31. Cincinnati (from New England) – Trevor Olson, OG/OT Northern Illinois
  32. Green Bay – Kawame Geathers, NT Georgia

Round Six

  1. Cincinnati – Winston Guy Jr. , S Kentucky
  2. New Orleans (from Washington) – Brandon Weeden, QB Oklahoma State
  3. Tennessee – Markelle Martin, S Oklahoma State
  4. Carolina – Brandon Maye, MLB Mississippi State
  5. Philadelphia (from Denver) – Cody Johnson, FB Texas
  6. Arizona – Lance Mitchell, S Oregon State
  7. New Orleans (from Miami)  - Jeff Demps, RB/WR/R Florida
  8. Oakland – Matt McCants, OT UAB
  9. Washington (from Minnesota) – Marvin McNutt, WR Iowa
  10. San Francisco – Lance Lewis, WR Eastern Carolina
  11. Cleveland – Blake DeChristopher, OT Virginia Tech
  12. Buffalo (from Seattle) – Joe Adams, WR Arkansas
  13. Detroit – Stephen Good, OG Oklahoma
  14. Buffalo – Delano Howell, S Stanford
  15. Minnesota (from New York Giants) – Tashaun Gibson, CB/S Montana
  16. Kansas City – D’Anton Lynn, CB Penn State
  17. Tampa Bay – Sean Baker, S Ball State
  18. Jacksonville – Micah Pellerin, CB Hampton
  19. Chicago – Doug Martin, RB Boise State
  20. Dallas – Chandler Harnish, QB Northern Illinois
  21. Houston – Jeremiah Hatch, OC Kansas
  22. New Orleans – Matthew Ryan, OT Connecticut
  23. New York Jets – Micanor Regis, NT Miami (fl)
  24. St. Louis  - Jarrett Boykin, WR Virginia Tech
  25. Indianapolis – Grant Garner, OC Oklahoma State
  26. San Diego – Tyler Nielsen, ILB Iowa
  27. Atlanta – Danny Trevathan, OLB Kentucky
  28. Baltimore – Marc Tyler, RB Southern California
  29. Philadelphia – Brad Herman, TE Iowa
  30. Pittsburgh – Kantrell Locket, OLB Ole Miss
  31. Philadelphia (from New England) – Art Forst, OG Rutgers
  32. Green Bay – Ronnie Snead, ILB Kentucky

Round Seven

  1. Cincinnati – Quinton Saulsberry, OC Mississippi State
  2. Washington – Blake Gideon, S Texas
  3. Tennessee – Ken Plue, OG Purdue
  4. Carolina – Chad Diehl, FB Clemson
  5. Cleveland (from Denver) – Austin Pasztor, OG Virginia
  6. Arizona – G.J. Kline, QB Tulsa
  7. Miami  - Ethan Johnson, 5-Tech Notre Dame
  8. Oakland – Eric Latimore, 5-Tech Penn State
  9. Minnesota  - Devon Ramsey, FB North Carolina
  10. San Francisco – Joe Halauni, FB Oregon State
  11. Minnesota (from Cleveland) – Demario Davis, OLB Arkansas
  12. Seattle – Kelcie McCray, S Arkansas State
  13. Detroit – Matt Merletti, S North Carolina
  14. Buffalo – David Duran, TE Coastal Carolina
  15. New York Giants – Matthew Simms, QB Tennessee
  16. Kansas City – Armond Armstead, 5-Tech Southern California
  17. Tampa Bay – Josh Oglesby, OT/OG Wisconsin
  18. Jacksonville – Asa Chapman, NT Liberty
  19. Chicago – Kaniela Tuipulotu, DT Hawaii
  20. Dallas – Karnell Hatcher, S Louisiana State
  21. Houston – B.J. Coleman, QB UT-Chatanooga
  22. New Orleans – Drake Dunsmore, FB Northwestern
  23. New York Jets – Brian Linthicum, TE Michigan State
  24. St. Louis – Joe Suhey, FB Penn State
  25. Indianapolis – Asa Jackson, Cal Poly
  26. San Diego – Eddie Pleasnat, S Oregon
  27. Atlanta – Derek Dennis, OG Temple
  28. Baltimore – Tom Compton, OT South Dakota
  29. Minnesota (from Philadelphia) – Tyler Horn, OC Miami (fl)
  30. Pittsburgh – Zerbie Sanders, OT Florida State
  31. Kansas City (from New England) – D.J. Holt, ILB California
  32. Green Bay – Darius Nall, OLB Central Florida
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