2018 NFL Mock Draft

Last update: Thursday, March 8, 2018. Major changes. Round 6 added.
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The order of this 2018 NFL Mock Draft is based on the real 2018 NFL Draft Order.

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    *** 2018 NFL MOCK DRAFT (6 rounds) updated March 8. This mock draft will be updated occasionally. Check out old versions of this 2018 NFL Mock Draft in the archived mock section. Follow @walterfootball for NFL Draft updates. ***


  1. Cleveland Browns: Sam Darnold, QB, USC
    Saquon Barkley has been the pick here since the end of the season. He had an amazing combine, as he was definitely the best player in Indianapolis. Now, the talk amongst the media is that Barkley is in play for the first-overall selection. It’s like they haven’t been reading this mock draft at all!

    Amazingly, I’m going to switch my choice. The two sources of infornation I trust most about the Browns both seem confident that quarterback will be the pick here – for now – so Cleveland will do the stupid thing and go with a signal-caller. It would be much wiser to take Barkley and then be able to choose between Sam Darnold, Josh Allen, Josh Rosen and Baker Mayfield – two of them would be available no matter what – but the Browns are the Browns, so they will do Brownsian things.

    It’s unclear which quarterback will be the pick. I don’t think Rosen will be in consideration following his comments about Cleveland. Darnold is probably the favorite right now, but I could see that changing to Allen or Mayfield in the coming weeks.

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    Pick change; previously Saquon Barkley, RB

  2. New York Giants: Saquon Barkley, RB, Penn State
    Eli Manning just turned 37, and he’s in obvious decline. Pat Shurmur has indicated that he wants to keep Manning on for one more year, but he’ll want his own franchise quarterback for 2019 and beyond.

    I’ve had a quarterback listed here for a while, but the more I think about it, the more it makes sense to me that the Giants will wait until the 2019 or 2020 NFL Drafts to select a quarterback. The previous coach was fired for benching Manning, and Shurmur came in and said that Manning was his guy for this season. Shurmur easily could’ve dealt Manning, but he didn’t, so why would he create controversy by taking one of the mediocre quarterback prospects this year?

    If Shurmur truly believes Manning isn’t done, he’ll pair him with the best player in the class, Saquon Barkley. The Giants have no running game to speak of, and that would definitely change with Barkley being drafted and guard Andrew Norwell being signed via free agency.

    Pick change; previously Josh Rosen, QB

  3. Indianapolis Colts: Bradley Chubb, DE, N.C.State
    Indianapolis has some nice edge rushers in Jabaal Sheard and John Simon, but neither is the elite talent Bradley Chubb happens to be. With Saquon Barkley off the board, Chubb is one of the two best players available, and it might be too early to select a guard (Quenton Nelson), so Chubb makes the most sense at No. 3 overall.

    Chubb steadily moved up my mock drafts during the season. At 6-4, 275, Chubb has a great blend of size and speed, and he’s been dominant this season. There’s some talk that Chubb is viewed as the top defensive prospect in NFL circles.



  4. Cleveland Browns: Denzel Ward, CB, Ohio State
    This is exactly why the Browns should pick Saquon Barkley first overall. Some people don’t understand the concept of selecting a running back first overall, but it’s the most logical thing to do. Barkley is the best player in this draft, and Cleveland has this pick to work with. If the Browns didn’t possess this choice, they’d have to go quarterback at No. 1, but under the circumstances, they’d be guaranteed to have two of Sam Darnold, Josh Rosen, Josh Allen and Baker Mayfield available. None of the quarterbacks stick out, really, so it’s not like there’s a must-have prospect at the position.

    But like I said, the Browns will do Brownsian things, and thus, they’re “stuck” in a situation in which Barkley and Bradley Chubb are off the board. I imagine Minkah Fitzpatrick would be the favorite here, but I don’t think so. First of all, Cleveland just spend a first-round pick on a safety, so this would be a problematic issue when the rookie contracts are up (assuming Jabrill Peppers improves.) Second, Fitzpatrick isn’t seen as an elite prospect among teams. Some even consider Denzel Ward to be superior, and I think the Browns would take Ward over Fitzpatrick, if given the choice.

    Pick change; previously Sam Darnold, QB

  5. Denver Broncos: Josh Rosen, QB, UCLA
    The ideal scenario for the Broncos would be to sign Kirk Cousins and then draft Quenton Nelson. Unfortunately for them, it sounds as though the Vikings are the favorites to land Cousins because of the cap situation. Minnesota simply has more money than Denver.

    If the Broncos lose out on Cousins, they’ll almost be forced into choosing a quarterback at this juncture. It’s been rumored that John Elway likes Josh Rosen over the other quarterbacks, but both Josh Allen and Baker Mayfield make sense as well.

    NFL coaches and owners are wary of the sort of things Rosen has discussed to the media, and his open views could hurt him. Scouts have told us that his teammates don’t like him either, so that’s a major strike against him. And for the cherry on top, even if his high school coach criticized him. Rosen has been prolific in some big games this year, so that could push him into the top spot, but as Charlie Campbell reported, two NFL general managers have expressed major concern about Rosen.

    Pick change; previously Quenton Nelson, G



  6. New York Jets: Josh Allen, QB, Wyoming
    The Jets will be looking for a new quarterback this offseason. Perhaps they’ll attempt to obtain Kirk Cousins – they certainly have the money to do so – but they could also target one of the quarterbacks in this class. Their preference could be Josh Allen, as Charlie Campbell pointed out in his Senior Bowl Rumor Mill.

    Josh Allen has to really work on his accuracy, mechanics and field vision, but he has top-five overall physical talent, and he has the type of size and arm strength that general manager Mike Maccagnan likes out of his quarterbacks.

  7. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Quenton Nelson, G, Notre Dame
    Buccaneer fans should be rooting for the Vikings to sign Kirk Cousins because that would mean that Denver likely would pass on Quenton Nelson. If so, Nelson would be the likely choice at No. 7 overall.

    The top player on Tampa’s draft board has to be Saquon Barkley, but Nelson isn’t too far behind him. He has to be the pick. There’s a ton of pressure on the Buccaneers to win this season, and for them to do so, they’ll need Jameis Winston to finally play up to his potential. He’ll be able to do that if properly protected, and Nelson is the top offensive lineman in this class by a mile.

    Pick change; previously Minkah Fitzpatrick, S/CB



  8. Chicago Bears: Tremaine Edmunds, LB, Virginia Tech
    The Bears aren’t in a great spot, and I could see them trading down with the Dolphins, as rumored. With Denzel Ward off the board, there’s not an obvious choice at No. 8 overall. Several players make sense, but there’s not one prospect who sticks out as a potential great pick for Chicago.

    In this scenario, I believe Tremaine Edmunds would be the choice. Edmunds fits the athletic profile of Ryan Pace’s early-round selections during his tenure with Chicago. Edmunds also will a need in the wake of Jerrell Freeman’s release.

    Pick change; previously Joshua Jackson, CB

  9. San Francisco 49ers: Minkah Fitzpatrick, S/CB, Alabama
    My projected pick for the 49ers was Roquan Smith before hearing that he was medically red flagged at the combine. I doubt the 49ers want another injury-prone linebacker!

    With that in mind, this is a logical landing spot for Minkah Fitzpatrick. San Francisco’s secondary is mostly a mess, and the team needs help at both cornerback and safety. As it so happens, Fitzpatrick can play both positions, and it could be argued that he’s the best player available, though some teams would disagree.

    Pick change; previously Tremaine Edmunds, LB



  10. Oakland Raiders: Vita Vea, NT, Washington
    Vita Vea didn’t get to perform at the combine because he got dinged up running the 40, but he’s still in consideration at No. 10 overall. The Raiders have a huge need in the middle of their defensive line, so both Vita Vea and Da’Ron Payne have to be in consideration.

    Vea is a freak athlete, as few man can do what he’s able to at his size. He has enough athleticism for a 340-pound defensive lineman to make Jon Gruden think that he’s potentially getting some sort of version of Warren Sapp, despite the vast difference in body types.

    Pick change; previously Roquan Smith, LB

  11. Miami Dolphins: Baker Mayfield, QB, Oklahoma
    There’s enough interest for Baker Mayfield that if he isn’t taken in the top six, one team will trade up for him. I had the Saints doing so in last week’s mock update, and now I have the Dolphins opting to pull the trigger in this version.

    The Dolphins have been linked to Mayfield, and reports indicate that they are ready to move on from Ryan Tannehill as their quarterback. Perhaps they’d move up to No. 8 overall in a trade involving Jarvis Landry, which was proposed during the combine.

    Pick change; previously Denzel Ward, CB

  12. Cincinnati Bengals: Derwin James, S, Florida State
    Tackle Mike McGlinchey is a strong possibility, but Derwin James seems more like the sort of pick the Bengals would make. Besides, it’s not like James wouldn’t fill a need. Cincinnati’s defense has not been the same since losing Reggie Nelson, so an upgrade at safety would take the stop unit back to a playoff-caliber level.

  13. Washington Redskins: Da’Ron Payne, DT, Alabama
    The Redskins looked completely helpless trying to stop Alfred Morris in a must-win game the week after Thanksgiving. They need to bolster their defensive front, and Da’Ron Payne happens to be one of the best players available.

  14. Green Bay Packers: Marcus Davenport, DE, Texas-San Antonio
    The Packers had a big need at outside linebacker entering the 2017 NFL Draft. They didn’t address the position aside from selecting Vince Biegel in the fourth round, however, so that’s something they could target early this April. Clay Matthews is a famous star because of the commercials, but he really hasn’t played consistently in several years, as it appears as though all of the injuries have taken a toll on him.

    Marcus Davenport is a highly athletic edge rusher who has been generating tons of buzz lately. He could be a top-15 pick with a strong pre-draft process.

  15. Arizona Cardinals: Mike McGlinchey, OT, Notre Dame
    I’ve had the Cardinals taking a quarterback for quite some time now, but I think they’ll go the veteran route. Perhaps they’ll sign A.J. McCarron or Case Keenum, as that makes sense because Arizona has a veteran roster that can win now if the proper upgrades are made on the offensive line.

    Speaking of which, I expect Arizona to go with the best blocker available, and that would arguably be Mike McGlinchey, whom Mike Mayock called the top tackle in this class.



  16. Baltimore Ravens: Courtland Sutton, WR, SMU
    Orlando Brown was the pick here in last week’s update, but his combine performance was atrocious. Thus, I expect Baltimore to address another position on offense.

    The Ravens have to obtain an upgrade at receiver. Calvin Ridley will be in consideration, especially considering Ozzie Newsome’s affinity for Alabama players, but Courtland Sutton is the better prospect, so I believe he’ll be the choice.

    Pick change; previously Orlando Brown, OT


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