Mock Draft 5.0: Thor’s final 2-round mock

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Friends, I speak to you from my soul: This is easily the most unpredictable NFL Draft that I’ve covered. But let’s give one final shot to guessing the board. Below, the first two rounds in tables. Then we’ll jump into the analysis of all 32 teams’ hauls.

Note: Scroll right for each prospect’s RAS composite and comp. RAS size-adjusted athletic composites provided by Kent Lee Platte. RAS scores should be read as percentiles — ie “5.0” is 50th-percentile.

Arizona Cardinals

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1.23 CB Kaiir Elam

2.55 DL Perrion Winfrey

In the 23rd slot, the Cardinals should be in a prime spot to fill their CB need. Elam was getting slept on earlier in the process, but chatter has picked up over the last week. He’s a long, technically-sound boundary corner with NFL bloodlines. The front-seven needs addressing as well and would get that at a sticker-price discount if Winfrey falls to 2.55.

Atlanta Falcons

1.8 WR Drake London

2.43 EDGE Logan Hall

2.58 LB Chad Muma

Atlanta’s affinity for London has been well-reported, and the Falcons’ hollowed-out receiving corps is crying out for legitimate help. Atlanta is absolutely sniffing around quarterbacks, but in this exercise, they hold off – mostly due to circumstance. As it’s been explained to me, the Falcons prefer to use their first pick on a different position, and, according to one source, like Desmond Ridder as an option later-on. A trade-down was presented to me as a possibility. The way this mock transpired, they’d either need to trade down or trade up to get him (Ridder went…


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