Mock Draft 8.0 NFLudovico's Official Mock Draft

1. Jacksonville Jaguars, 1-15

  • Trevor Lawrence, QB, Clemson (6-6, 220 pounds)

Everyone was expecting the Jets to be here but somehow they managed to snag it. Now with the Jags firing HC Doug Marrone offers a brand new situation and I'm definitely going to regret saying this, but I actually see a lot of potential on the offensive side of the ball. Having James Robinson has proven to be a very solid RB and can definitely run and catch the ball perfectly well. Having the two young WR's in DJ Chark and Laviska Shenault gives a great upside to this offense. Adding Lawrence to this team may just be the move that this team needs.

2. New York Jets, 2-14

  • Zach Wilson, QB BYU (6,4,220 pounds)

I've gotta say Wilson has absolutely risen in my mock drafts he went from being my number 14 going to the 49ers to now replacing Justin Fields as the number 2 pick as well as the number 2 QB in this draft. The question I was asking myself is why has he risen so much in everyone's mock draft. I feel like that the only way to really answer that is to look at him play as well. So since I had the pleasure of watching this video.

3. San Francisco 49ers, 5-11(From Miami Dolphins)

  • Trey Lance, QB, North Dakota State (6-4, 226 pounds)

After trading up with Miami Dolphins it only makes sense that the 49ers select a QB here. I have a feeling that they will do the same thing as the Chiefs did with Alex Smith and Patrick Mahomes. Garropolo and Lance can do the same thing. With the 49ers having a great offensive line this is the perfect move for them.

4. Atlanta Falcons, 4-12

  • Kyle Pitts, TE, Florida (6-6, 246 pounds)

After losing their chance of taking a QB I believe that their only option here is to strengthen their offense. Pitts is the best player in this draft class obviously excluding QB's. Pitts fits perfectly with this offensive scheme and would make a lot of sense.

5. Cincinnati Bengals, 4-11-1

  • Ja'Marr Chase, WR, LSU (6-1, 208 pounds)

Originally I had Devonta Smith going here but after watching some tape I feel that Chase plays a lot better for the scheme that the Bengals run on offense. While both are extremely talented they are very different as WR. While they are the same height there is a big difference in weight (30+ pounds). The Bengals play a consistent type of offense based on quick routes to set up the deep ball. Chase is clearly better on the deep ball due to his increased physicality.

6. Miami Dolphins (Philadelphia Eagles), 4-12

DeVonta Smith, WR, Alabama (6-1, 175 pounds)

The Heisman Trophy Winner cannot fall past the Top7 simply due to the fact that he is incredibly skilled. After trading down the Dolphins can calmly select the best WR in college football and build their offense around Tua.

7. Detroit Lions, 5-11

  • Micah Parsons, ILB, Penn State (6-3, 245 pounds)

In case it wasn't obvious the Lions are terrible at stopping the run. Alexander Mattison had two touchdowns against the Lions and Derrick Henry absolutely stomped on them. Parsons is a big LB who sort of resembles a Bobby Wagner style of play and would perfectly fit in for this team.

8. Carolina Panthers, 5-11

  • Greg Newsome II, CB Northwestern (6-1,190 pounds)

Perfect fit for this team especially in a division full of stacked WR.s

9. Denver Broncos, 5-11

  • Caleb Farley, CB, Virginia Tech (6-2, 207 pounds)

It perfect fit for the Broncos since they just lost Chris Harris Jr. Last year in free agency this is simply the perfect move for them.

10. Dallas Cowboys, 6-10

  • Penei Sewell, OT, Oregon (6-5, 325 pounds

After franchising, Dak Prescott to a mega-deal building on the offense will be an absolute must if they wanna be successful. Sewell is the best o lineman in the class and him coming to a depleted Cowboys offense and with Prescott healthy, we can have a solid offense.

11. New York Giants (6-10)

  • Jaylen Waddle, WR, Alabama (5-10, 182 pounds)

I just have this feeling that having Waddle next to Sterling Shepard and Evan Engram with a solid offensive line and a healthy Saquon Barkley could become a nightmare for the NFC East. Waddle has experience being a WR 2 as he is increasingly talented and isn't showing signs of slowing down. He's got great speed, and the Giants could use him as some severe threat.

12. Philadelphia Eagles,(Miami Dolphins), 9-7

  • Patrick Surtain II, CB, Alabama (6-2, 203 pounds)

A great cornerback in this draft class arguably the best cornerback in this class. It would make sense for him to be paired up with the great Darius Slay.

13. Los Angeles Chargers (7-9)

  • Christian Darrisaw, OT, Virginia Tech (6-5, 314 pounds)

The Chargers need to promise that they won't use the same mentality in this draft as an NFL game. They need to start building their offense around their extremely talented QB Justin Herbert. They've got Keenan Allen, and who knows how long he will last but luckily, a great RB in Austin Ekeler if they can start stacking all these picks and using them wisely on OT or maybe even defensive linemen.

​14. Minnesota Vikings (7-9)

  • Gregory Rousseau, EDGE, Miami (6-6, 260 pounds)

The Vikings need some serious pass rush issues resolved. After losing Everson Griffen to the Detroit Lions and Danielle Hunter to an injury this season, the Vikings pass rush was a bottom five in the league. Rousseau reminds me a lot of last year's pick Yetur Gross Matos. It probably because they both had a great combination of strength and speed.

15. New England Patriots (7-9)

  • Justin Fields, QB, Ohio State (6-3, 233 pounds)

Fields has got great mobility and is very capable of passing, precisely what this Belichick offense needs. There have been so many times when the pressure was coming, and Cam Newton would sit there and wait for them to sack him, which was genuinely infuriating.

16. Arizona Cardinals (8-8)

  • Alijah Vera-Tucker, G, USC (6-4, 300 pounds)

The Cardinals could use an interior line boost for Kyler Murray and their run-heavy attack. We've seen many times that the pressure up the middle would cause Murray to scramble way too often, and that is the main problem to the Cardinals lack of playoff appearance Vera-Tucker is beginning to edge out Ohio State's now injured Wyatt Davis as the most immeasurable such prospect in this class, as he can round out into a thoroughgoing blocker with more finish.

17. Las Vegas Raiders (8-8)

  • Christian Barmore, DT, Alabama (6-3, 310 pounds)

The Raiders necessitate getting more disruptive inside upfront to help their linebackers in the running game and complement Clelin Ferrell and Maxx Crosby better in the pass rush. Barmore has reached out as an inside menace for the Crimson Tide. One of the players whose rankings have higher the most over the past couple of weeks as he had great games in the playoffs, especially at stopping HB dives and inside zone plays. Barmore combines power and leadership with a unique method. His late-season billow makes him deserving of a tardy first-round pick.

18. Miami Dolphins (10-6)

  • Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah, LB, Notre Dame (6-2, 216 pounds)

The Dolphins linebacker core has been pretty mediocre over the past years. Last year, to make it better, they added former Patriots linebacker, Kyle Van. Owusu-Koramoah covers like a defensive back and has room to grow into a substantial run stopper.

19. Washington Football Team (7-9)

  • Mac Jones, QB, Alabama (6-3, 214 pounds)

Jones was the total combination in leading the Crimson Tide to a national championship, racking up jaw-dropping passing totals in the method to make the most of top receivers. Jones' excellent pocket passing should appeal to Washington's long-term answer in Scott Turner's sturdy, QB-friendly offensive system.

20. Chicago Bears (8-8)

  • Rashawn Slater, OT, Northwestern (6-4, 315 pounds)

The Bears also need to think about quarterbacks quickly but approaching pass protection is also a surpassing idea. Slater, who opted out of his final season with the Wildcats, is fast-growing the boards again, with his all-around skill set accepting more consideration.

21. Indianapolis Colts (11-5)

  • Jalen Mayfield, OT, Michigan (6-5, 319 pounds)

The Colts need to speculate about a replacement for 32-year-old retiree Anthony Castonzo first. Mayfield has stood out on film with his size, range, and strength and can develop into a smooth blocker and work correctly with this powerful Colts line.

22. Tennessee Titans (11-5)

  • Joseph Ossai, EDGE, Texas (6-3, 245)

The Titans' pass rush was not in this year. Ossai has been the current most electric riser at a colossal upfield competitor with a great motor who relentlessly goes after quarterbacks.

23. New York Jets (from Seattle Seahawks)

  • Jaycee Horn, CB, South Carolina (6-1, 205 pounds)

The Jets need another CB as they've had this year were terrible and allowed way too many yards to even the worst teams. Fixing the offense is what they decided to attack first this year, and that's why they will get Justin fields or Penei Sewell.

24. Pittsburgh Steelers (12-4)

  • Kyle Trask, QB, Florida (6-5, 230 pounds)

Trask was up to the job directing a mighty Gator's passing game confidently with his arm, precision, and athleticism, which got him into the first-round conversation. The Steelers may prefer Lance or Jones and can go after either in a trade-up, but regardless they need to contemplate using this pick to substitute Ben Roethlisberger. Trask would be an exceptional fit with their offensive coaching with increased efficiency and innovative use of multiple threats.

25. Jacksonville Jaguars (from Los Angeles Rams)

  • Rashod Bateman, WR, Minnesota (6-2, 210 pounds)

As said in the previous Jaguars pick at number 1, we can see that the Jaguars have achieved one key to building a successful offense by getting a franchise QB. If they could know to get a WR to pair up with Lavishka Shenault and Chark, he could be relatively successful and used sort of like a Scotty Miller for the Bucs or a Tee Higgins for the Bengals.

26. Cleveland Browns (11-5)

  • Azeez Ojulari, OLB, Georgia (6-3, 240 pounds)

The Browns have Myles Garrett securing their defensive line and Denzel Ward leading their secondary. They could use some companion pieces there, but they also were bare on playmaking on the second level. Ojulari has jumped into first-round thoughtfulness because he's an unusual pass-rusher who can fit numerous scheme arrangements and has potential both in stopping the run and in coverage.

27. Baltimore Ravens (11-5)

  • Terrace Marshall Jr., WR, LSU (6-3, 200 pounds)

The Ravens need a perfect WR as Hollywood Brown, and Willie Snead proved this season that they couldn't be franchise WR 1 and WR 2.

Hopefully, Marshall can come and be very successful and maybe even lead this passing attack for the Ravens.

28. New Orleans Saints (12-4)

  • Elijah Moore, WR, Ole Miss(5,9-185 pounds)

Super underrated speedy wide receiver great fit for the Saints who need a very versatile offense this year.

29. Green Bay Packers (13-3)

  • Kadarius Toney, WR, Florida (5-11, 190 pounds)

As we saw in the NFC championship, the Packers needed another WR as Allen Lazard couldn't get open at all, and when he did get open, he couldn't catch the ball for his life.VMS played well as the Packer's deep threat, and there isn't much to say about it, but on quick routes, it's only Adams, Tonyan, and whichever RB is in the backfield that gets the ball.

30. Buffalo Bills (13-3)

  • Wyatt Davis, G, Ohio State (6-4, 315 pounds)

The Bills will need to address guard with Jon Feliciano and Brian Winters headed to free agency and Cody Ford coming off an injury-shortened season. In many different mock drafts, Davis has gone from number 30 in the first round all the way to pick 12 to the 49ers.In my opinion, he has fallen a lot in my Mock Drafts because he played in Alabama, and in my experience, the O Lineman at Alabama doesn't always have a lot of success.

31. Baltimore Ravens (via KC)

  • Rashod Bateman WR, LSU (6.4 160 pounds)

Extremely talented WR here and the Ravens can use this opportunity to make Lamar Jacksons life easier.

32. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (14-2)

  • Zaven Collins. OLB, Tuşla (6-4 260 pounds)

Although many people have him higher I just dont see many linebacker needs in this draft class which is why I see that Collins goes here. He's a very dynamic capable of stopping the run game thanks to his size as well as a menace in the passing game thanks to his speed.