Tyler’s 2018 NFL Mock Draft | 22-32

Tyler’s 2018 NFL Mock Draft

2018 NFL Mock Draft | 22-32

22. Washington-Luke Falk, QB, Washington St.-Ultimately, Washington will lose the Cousins sweepstakes, though probably not to San Fran like many think.  Names like Tyrod Taylor and Bortles may float around, but if no deals are done, Falk may be a reach the Skins need to make.  Gruden is a QB guru.  Though Falk is inexperienced under center, he’s still able to read progressions and defenses. 

23. LA Rams-Jaire Alexander, CB, Louisville-The Rams look much improved, but have depleted their secondary to bring in WR’s.  Alexander is a very solid cover corner who can run with the best of them. 

24. Minnesota-Marcus Allen, S, Penn St.-Allen is one of the better players on the board.  This Purple defense is already feared, but imagine a backfield with Harrison Smith and the big hitting Marcus Allen. 




25.  Denver-Micah Kiser, ILB, Virginia-Denver boasts another top NFL defense in 2017.  Yet the play from the MLB’s could be much better.  Marshall is a one trick pony and Davis can certainly be upgraded.  Kiser is one of the best LB’s in college football.  He can stuff the run and get out and cover. 

26. Atlanta-Calvin Ridley, WR, Alabama-Atlanta has had massive success with one Alabama receiver, why not draft another?  Ridley is a household name, but has been fairly unproductive this year.  He’ll be an unstoppable compliment to Julio and will really break open the Atlanta pass attack. 

27. Carolina-Bradley Chubb, DE, NC State-Chubb is no joke, he’s possibly a top 15 prospect.  However, 43 ends are a dime a dozen, and he’s not exactly Garrett Myles either.  He’s a fairly local guy, with loads of talent, he almost belongs in Carolina. 

28. Seattle-Chukwuma Okorafor, T, W. Michigan-Seattle has to invest early and often in the offensive line.  Okorafor is a framey tackle with decent length.  At any rate, he’s a good building block and value at pick 28..




29. New England-Sam Hubbard, DE, Ohio St.-Hubbard would really fit in up at New England.  He’s a hard nosed player who gives 100% on every play.  He can put his hand in the dirt, or stand up and cover if need be. 

30. Pittsburgh-Martinas Rankin, T, Mississippi St.-Rankin really is the best player on the board by far, the problem is it’s hard to select him.  Can he develop into a franchise left tackle?  Slim to maybe.  However, he’s good enough to push for Gilbert’s spot, and probably better than Foster at LG. 

31. Buffalo(via Kansas City)-Derrick Nnadi, DT, Florida St.-Nnadi is often a beast on film, but he’s another guy that really has to rely on the combine.  Is he big enough, fast enough, and strong enough?  At this juncture, his play alone make his selection worthy here.  He’ll provide a big push in the middle of the Bill’s D line. 

32. Philadelphia-Nick Chubb, RB, Georgia-Philly needs an all around back who can take the heat off of the passing game.  The rotation of backs they’ve used simply aren’t getting the job done.  Chubb can give the Eagles another weapon in the passing game, and still carry the rock 20 times

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