Thor’s 3-round Mock Draft 3.0

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Between Mock 2.0 and now, the NFL Combine happened, as did a procession of blockbuster trades, one after the other. The entire landscape has changed. So let’s run it back. Below are three rounds of picks in tables. Below that, analysis of all 32 teams’ hauls. Let’s roll.

ROUND 1

ROUND 2

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ROUND 3

*Projected compensation picks

Jacksonville

(1.1) EDGE Aidan Hutchinson (Michigan)

(2.33) S Lewis Cine (Georgia)

(3.65) WR Skyy Moore (Western Michigan)

(3.70) OT Abraham Lucas (Washington State)

In Mock 2.0, before the NFL Combine, I had Alabama OT Evan Neal in the 1.1 slot. At least four big things have changed since then. 1.) Jacksonville franchised LT Cam Robinson 2.) and signed OG Brandon Scherff, 3.) while EDGE Aidan Hutchinson posted a complete size-adjusted 98th-percentile RAS athletic composite and 4.) OT Evan Neal sat out NFL Combine athletic testing. Hutchinson’s athletic profile erases all doubts. At this point, he has made it extremely difficult to pass on him at the top of the board. What question can you possibly have? Historical season, historical athletic profile, immortal motor. The culture-changer Jacksonville needs exiting the Urban Meyer circus.

Detroit

(1.2) QB Malik Willis (Liberty)

(1.32) LB Nakobe Dean (Georgia)

(2.34) S Jaquan Brisker (Penn State)

(3.66) CB Roger McCreary (Auburn)

(3.97)* WR Justyn Ross (Clemson)

The Lions wanted to coach Malik Willis at the Senior Bowl. They got their wish, and had a hard time not gushing over their star pupil as he dominated in Mobile. Lions QB coach Mark…

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