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Reed’s NFL Mock Draft with Trades

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As draft season comes to a close, we’ll take a stab at a mock draft with trades. Some picks you’ll love, some you’ll hate. Some will make perfect sense, some will leave you asking questions. If you have any comments, leave them below. Other than that, enjoy!

Round 1

1. Arizona Cardinals
Nick Bosa - Edge - Ohio State

2. San Francisco 49ers
Quinnen Williams - DT - Alabama

3. Miami Dolphins (Trade From NYJ)
Kyler Murray - QB - Oklahoma

Trade: NYJ sends pick 3 to MIA for picks 13 and 2020 RD1

4. Oakland Raiders
Josh Allen - Edge - Kentucky

5. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Devin White - LB - LSU

6. New York Giants
Montez Sweat - Edge - Mississippi State

7. Jacksonville Jaguars
Jawaan Taylor - OT - Florida

8. Atlanta Falcons (Trade From DET)
Ed Oliver - DT - Houston

Trade: DET sends pick 8 to ATL for picks 14 and 45

9. Buffalo Bills
TJ Hockenson - TE - Iowa

10. Denver Broncos
Drew Lock - QB - Mizzou

11. Cincinnati Bengals
Dwayne Haskins - QB - Ohio State

12. Green Bay Packers
Jonah Williams - OT - Alabama

13. New York Jets (Trade From MIA)
Christian Wilkins - DT - Clemson

14. Detroit Lions (Trade From ATL)
Noah Fant - TE - Iowa

15. Washington Redskins
DK Metcalf - WR - Ole Miss

16. Carolina Panthers
Brian Burns - Edge - Florida State

17. New York Giants (From Cleveland Browns)
Andre Dillard - OT 0 Washington State

18. Minnesota Vikings
Cody Ford - OL - Texas

19. Tennessee Titans
Chris Lindstrom - OL - Boston College

20. Pittsburgh Steelers
Devin Bush - LB - Michigan

21. Seattle Seahawks
Rashan Gary - DL - Michigan

22. Baltimore Ravens
Marquise Brown - WR - Oklahoma

23. Houston Texans
Greedy Williams - CB - LSU

24. Oakland Raiders (From Chicago Bears)
Byron Murphy - CB - Washington

25. Philadelphia Eagles
Chauncey Gardner-Johnson - S - Florida

26. Indianapolis Colts
Clelin Ferrell - Edge - Clemson

In this scenario, Ferrell falls to the Colts in what could be a dream scenario. Several teams ahead of the Colts pass on Ferrell’s value to take players at more immediate positions of need. Ferrell would be a perfect fit for the Colts scheme and the heir apparent to Jabaal Sheard.

27. Oakland Raiders (From Dallas Cowboys)
Josh Jacobs - RB - Alabama

28. Los Angeles Chargers
Dexter Lawrence - DT - Clemson

29. Seattle Seahwaks (From Kansas City Chiefs)
Jonathan Abram - S - Mississippi State

30. Green Bay Packers (From New Orleans Saints)
Nasir Adderley - S - Delaware

31. Los Angeles Rams
Eric McCoy - OL - Texas A&M

32. New England Patriots
Dalton Risner - OT - Kansas State

Round 2 - Pick 34

Jeffery Simmons - DT - Mississippi State

Simmons could easily go in Round 1 but the ACL injury and off-field concern prior to enrolling at Mississippi State likely cause him to fall. Simmons is a top 10 talent in the draft if healthy and may need to be on IR this season.

Round 2 - Pick 59

Darnell Savage - S - Maryland

The Colts need a solid safety to complement Malik Hooker. Savage is a fantastic fit for the Colts. He’s a hard-hitting box safety who likes to make plays.

Round 3 - Pick 89

Emanuel Hall - WR - Mizzou

Hall has elite traits and with proper coaching could be an absolute steal in this draft. He’s got some drop concerns but can make a lot of explosive plays.

Round 4 - Pick 129

Khalen Saunders - DT - Western Illinois

When you look at Saunders, he is a small school prospect who could truly be special with coaching, time and patience.

Round 4 - Pick 135

Blake Cashman - LB - Minnesota

Cashman’s name caught fire after the combine with his measureables. He’s a fast, instinctive LB who makes plays and would be a quality backup to Darius Leonard and special teams contributor.

Round 5 - Pick 164

Devine Ozigbo - RB - Nebraska

The Colts need to upgrade their short yardage. Ozigbo is an one cut plowing RB. He’s physical and would fill the short yardage role nicely.

Round 6 - Pick 199

Michael Dogbe - DL - Temple

The Temple Owls land another player on the Colts. Dogbe is a hard working, penetrating 3T who can be a 4-3 DE in the base package. This kind of versatility Chris Ballard seems to like.

Round 7 - Pick 240

Montre Hartage - CB - Northwestern

Hartage is everything Ballard likes in a CB. He’s instinctive, tough and makes plays. His deficient measurables will cause him to drop but he’d be a perfect fit in the Colts Cover-2 style defensive scheme.

Love this draft? Hate it? Let me know your thoughts in the comments or tweet me @NiceReedSteve on Twitter.