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2018 NFL MOCK DRAFT – WALT’S | CHARLIE’S ROUND: 1 | 2
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Charlie Campbell’s 2018 NFL Mock Draft: Round 1, Picks 1-16

  1. Denver Broncos: Kevin Toliver II, CB, LSU
    The Broncos could move on from Aqib Talib before long. Here’s a corner to go with Chris Harris and Bradley Roby.

    Toliver impressed as a freshman and sophomore. Considering the amount of talent the Tigers’ secondary has produced, it is a serious statement that he played immediately at LSU. In 2015, he had 35 tackles with five breakups and an interception. As a sophomore, he totaled 21 tackles with one breakup in seven games. The 6-foot-2, 193-pounder is a big corner who can run. Team sources have said Toliver has a first-round skill set.


  2. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Mike McGlinchey, OT, Notre Dame
    Sources have told me that the Buccaneers have had preliminary contract-extension talks with left guard Kevin Pamphile, which is wise of Tampa Bay general manager Jason Licht because Pamphile is an underrated player and there will be an expensive guard market next year in free agency. I think Ari Marpet is going to be an excellent center for Tampa Bay, and J.R. Sweezy should lock down right guard. However, Donovan Smith has been somewhat inconsistent and Demar Dotson, who turns 32 this coming season, wasn’t as good last year. If the Bucs’ tackles don’t play well this year, the team could take a left tackle in the 2018 NFL Draft and move Smith to the right side to upgrade two spots. Dotson has a cheap contract and could still be a valuable as a swing tackle backup. Getting a young tackle makes sense considering before too long Tampa Bay will be investing well over $100 million into Jameis Winston.

    McGlinchey was very impressive at left tackle for the Fighting Irish in 2016. He looked natural in pass protection, and one wouldn’t have thought that he wasn’t playing the position before last season.

    McGlinchey has excellent feet to get depth in his kick slide and cut off speed rushers. As a run blocker, McGlinchey can get movement at the point of attack. He flashes heavy hands to push defenders out of their gaps and open holes for his back. McGlinchey also has a nice ability to bend at the knee, and that in combination with his feet, keeps him from having to reach after edge rushers. His performance in 2016 protecting DeShone Kizer is evidence that McGlinchey is a future starting left tackle in the NFL and a first-round pick.

    McGlinchey (6-7, 310) is a tough run blocker and has been part of a good Notre Dame line for years. In 2015, he showed well as a right tackle and had a more physical style of play than former Notre Dame left tackle Ronnie Stanley. The one area that McGlinchey really needs to improve is his repeated problem with false starts.


  3. Miami Dolphins: Bradley Chubb, DE/3-4DE, N.C. State
    Miami could use another young end to pair with Charles Harris. Here’s a sturdy left end to battle left tackles with Harris using his speed at right end.

    The 6-foot-4, 275-pound Chubb has been a tough defender for the Wolfpack. In 2016, he totaled 58 tackles with 22 tackles for a loss, 10.5 sacks, three forced fumbles and one pass batted. As a sophomore in 2015, he collected 5.5 sacks. Chubb has scheme flexibility.




  4. Detroit Lions: Trenton Thompson, DT/3-4DE, Georgia
    The Lions grab a fast interior disruptor to go with A’Shawn Robinson.

    Thompson was a tough defender for Georgia in 2016, recording 56 tackles with 9.5 for a loss and five sacks. The 6-foot-4, 295-pounder could have produced more, but was part of a rotation. He could fit well as a 3-4 defensive end or as a defensive tackle in a 4-3 defense. Scouting sources have said that Thompson has a first-round skill set. He is very fast at the point of attack with the potential to be an interior pass-rusher in the NFL.


  5. Dallas Cowboys: Iman Marshall, CB, USC
    The Cowboys could use a big corner with No. 1 corner potential to pair with their two second-day selections from the 2017 NFL Draft.

    Marshall (6-1, 200) has good size and has played well for the Trojans over the past two seasons. As freshman, he had 67 tackles with nine breakups and three interceptions. In 2016, he made 51 tackles with eight breakups and three interceptions. With Adoree’ Jackson in the NFL, Marshall should be the No. 1 corner who draws the best receivers as a junior. Team sources have said that Marshall has a first-round skill set.


  6. New York Giants: Quenton Nelson, G, Notre Dame
    The Giants have starting center Weston Richburg along with guards Justin Pugh and D.J. Fluker heading into free agency. Even if Richburg is re-signed, New York could easily be in the market for more talent at guard. Here’s a special interior blocker.

    The 6-foot-5, 325-pound Nelson was dominant in 2016. He is strong at the point of attack to open holes in the ground game and athletic in pass protection. Sources say that Nelson is receiving first-round grades, and one national scout told WalterFootball.com that they think Nelson is a future Pro Bowler.




  7. Oakland Raiders: Christian Wilkins, DT/3-4DE/NT, Clemson
    The Raiders need more interior defensive line help. Here’s another defender to pair with Eddie Vanderdoes.

    Wilkins played well for Clemson in 2016 as part of a tough defensive line that controlled the point of attack. As a sophomore, he had 48 tackles with 13 tackles for a loss, 3.5 sacks and 10 passes batted. Because of injuries, Wilkins played a lot of defensive end. He showed nice athleticism and versatility, but is at his best on the inside using his mismatch speed against guards. Wilkins made 33 tackles and two sacks as a freshman in 2015. The 6-foot-4, 310-pounder has a nice skill set with upside and could also fit as a 3-4 defensive end.


  8. Cincinnati Bengals: Vita Vea, DT/3-4DE/NT, Washington
    The Bengals lost Domata Peko in free agency, and they could be in the market for a tackle to pair with Geno Atkins. It will be interesting to see if Andrew Billings or one of their other young tackles is able to lock down the position. If not, the 2018 NFL Draft appears to be strong at defensive tackle. Here’s a heavy nose tackle to help free up Geno Atkins.

    Vea (6-5, 332) was a load at the point of attack for Washington in 2016. He totaled 39 tackles with 6.5 tackles for a loss, five sacks, one force fumble and two passes batted on the season. Vea has a serious combination of size, length, strength, and quickness at the point of attack.




  9. Los Angeles Chargers: Dontavius Russell, DT, Auburn
    The Chargers have seen Corey Liuget’s sack totals decline over the past four seasons, including zero in 2016. I think Los Angeles may end up regretting passing on Jonathan Allen with the seventh pick in the 2017 NFL Draft. Here’s an interior disruptor to go next to Joey Bosa.

    Russell formed a tough interior defensive line in 2016 with Montravius Adams. Scouts who have done advanced work for the 2018 class say that the 6-foot-3, 310-pound Russell has a first-round skill set.


  10. Washington Redskins: Malik Jefferson, OLB/ILB, Texas
    The Redskins could use a young interior linebacker as Zach Brown only signed a 1-year contract.

    In 2016, Jefferson recorded 59 tackles with 5.5 sacks and three passes broken up. The numbers don’t illustrate how good of a linebacker he was.

    Jefferson (6-3, 238) was highly recruited and showed why as a freshman contributor for the Longhorns. He totaled 61 tackle with seven for a loss, 2.5 sacks, three passes broken up and one forced fumble. Jefferson was a bigger presence than the stats illustrate. Jefferson possesses a nice combination of size and speed. He has a ton of upside, and it wouldn’t be surprising if he is in store for some massive seasons with Texas.




  11. Cleveland Browns: Courtland Sutton, WR, SMU
    Cleveland could use another young receiver to pair with Corey Coleman.

    In 2016, Sutton totaled 76 receptions for 1,246 yards – a 16.5-yard average – with 10 touchdowns. The 6-foot-4, 215-pounder has size to him, and in 2015, he showed big-play ability by averaging 17.6 yards per catch. For the year, the redshirt freshman totaled 862 yards and nine touchdowns on 49 receptions.

    Scouting sources really like Sutton and think he is a mismatch weapon. One playoff general manager said they loved Sutton and thought he could end up becoming the best receiver from his draft class. Another scouting director told WalterFootball.com that, in studying up on players before hitting the road for college training camps before the 2016 season, Sutton’s tape really stood out, and he continued to impress them in 2016. Sutton is a long-strider, and sources say his speed is comparable to TCU’s Josh Docton, who the Redskins took in the first round of the 2016 NFL Draft.


  12. Atlanta Falcons: Dre’Mont Jones, DT, Ohio State
    The Falcons could use more youth on the inside of their defensive line. Jonathan Babineaux is aging, while Dontari Poe and Ra’Shede Hageman are entering free agency after this season.

    Jones (6-3, 295) is a redshirt sophomore who could break out in 2017. He earned a starting job as a redshirt freshman in 2016 and totaled 52 tackles. Sources say that Jones has a first-round skill set.




  13. Pittsburgh Steelers: Harold Landry, DE/3-4OLB/OLB, Boston College
    The Steelers could use a third pass-rusher to go with Bud Dupree and T.J. Watt because James Harrison can’t play forever.

    Landry (6-3, 250) had an impressive junior season as an edge rusher for Boston College, recording 16.5 sacks, 22 tackles for a loss, seven forced fumbles, four passes batted and 51 tackles. He contributed as a sophomore with 60 stops and 4.5 sacks. Landry would fit best as a 3-4 outside linebacker in the NFL.


  14. Seattle Seahawks: Tarvarus McFadden, CB, Florida State
    The Seahawks tried to trade Richard Sherman this offseason, which indicates that they are thinking of plans without him. Seattle could move on from Sherman next year and target a big press-man corner in the 2018 NFL Draft.

    McFadden was up and down in 2016, but he has a ton of talent to grow into a better player. Sometimes last season, he looked great but other times, he seemed lost. McFadden still tied for the nation’s lead in interceptions with eight as part of that was because he had a lot of opportunities as teams targeted him. He also had 20 tackles and six passes broken up.

    McFadden is a huge press-man corner. He is a similar prospect with similar strengths and weaknesses to David Amerson. At 6-foot-2, 198 pounds, McFadden has great size with upside to improve his consistency as a junior in 2017.




  15. Green Bay Packers: Parris Campbell, WR, Ohio State
    Jordy Nelson turns 33 after the 2017 season, and Davante Adams will be entering free agency. I think Geronimo Allison is a good young receiver for Green Bay, while Malachi Dupre could end up being a steal. Here’s a potential No. 1 to eventually replace Nelson.

    Campbell made only 13 receptions for 121 yards in 2016, but sources from multiple teams have told me that Campbell has big-time ability and they believe he is going to break out. They also think he has No. 1 receiver talent for the NFL. Campbell (6-1, 208) probably will take on a bigger role for Ohio State in 2017.


  16. New England Patriots: Josh Sweat, DE/3-4OLB, Florida State
    The Patriots have Kony Ealy in the last year of his contract, and Trey Flowers will be entering the last year of his contract in 2018. Even if one of them is re-signed, New England could use a third end to go with that veteran and Derek Rivers. Sweat could also help New England at linebacker.

    Sweat has a lot of talent and was starting to flash as a sophomore in 2016. He had seven sacks, 11.5 tackles for a loss, 41 tackles and one forced fumble on the year. Sources say the 6-foot-5, 250-pounder has a first-round skill set.




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