Arthur Arkush NFL Mock Draft

Last Updated: Apr 19
1
Carson WentzQBNorth Dakota State
With rare NFL job security, Jeff Fisher has time to be patient with Wentz's rare upside.
2
Jared GoffQBCalifornia
First overall pick next year would be worth more than second overall pick this year.
3
Laremy TunsilOTOle Miss
King Dunlap isn't sufficient reason to pass on draft's premier talent.
4
Ezekiel ElliottRBOhio State
Elliott can optimize aging Romo, mask average 'D'.
5
Jalen RamseyCBFlorida State
Jags' reward for free-agent spending spree is a tremendous value, snug fit for Bradley 'D'.
6
Joey BosaDEOhio State
Feels like a Ravens pick; revitalizes aging edge-rush pipelne.
7
Myles JackOLBUCLA
Baalke has shown willingness to gamble on injury red flags, and Jack's a worthy risk.
8
Ronnie StanleyOTNotre Dame
Jason Peters will be 35 next season and Philly can save $9 million against cap by moving on.
9
McCoy, Buckner and Ayers up front sounds pretty good.
10
Giants hoped for Stanley here but best available player fills another major need.
11
Jack ConklinOTMichigan State
Charles Leno isn't sufficient reason to pass on best remaining offensive lineman.
12
Leonard FloydOLBGeorgia
Searching for pass rush, New Orleans settles on best remaining edge talent.
13
Another problem child for Miami's D-line with loads of talent and volatility.
14
Treadwell joins Amari Cooper to give Derek Carr electrifying after-catch WR duo.
15
Taylor DeckerOTOhio State
Tennessee nabs another salty Big Ten blocker to build Mariota's front wall.
16
Sheldon RankinsDTLouisville
Rankins and Haloti Ngata inside form a powerful duo.
17
Robinson and Jarrett gives Quinn athletic inside pairing to create chances for Beasley, Shelby.
18
Reggie RaglandILBAlabama
With Freeman gone, D'Qwell aging, Grigson rushes to select thumping Ragland.
19
Kevin DoddDEClemson
Dodd helps Rex move on from Mario fallout and woefully underachieving pass-rush in 2015.
20
Paxton LynchQBMemphis
Lynch gets to learn behind 'Fitz' and should fit well with Chan Gailey, run-heavy scheme.
21
Jarran ReedDTAlabama
McCloughan enthralled by Reed's brute strength; ideal Hatcher replacement.
22
Hunter HenryTEArkansas
O'Brien loves tight ends, but Houston's can't catch; Henry is dynamic receiving threat.
23
A physical outside receiver who'll complement Stefon Diggs and help Teddy get vertical.
24
Will FullerWRNotre Dame
Lewis replenishes WR stable with burner to play opposite Green.
25
Darron LeeOLBOhio State
Lee gives Pittsburgh 'D' flexibility, pop it's been missing since Polamalu exit.
26
Ryan KellyCAlabama
Kelly is plug-and-play; a refreshing departure for Seattle's unrefined and underperforming O-line.
27
Emmanuel OgbahEDGEOklahoma State
Ogbah's length and explosion make him an ideal replacement for Julius Peppers.
28
Coleman gives Kansas City lethal outside speed and a monster trio with Maclin and Kelce.
29
Shaq LawsonDEClemson
Chandler Jones or not, Arizona can't believe Lawson is here.
30
Artie BurnsCBMiami (FL)
As Norman standoff continues, Carolina adds another smart, aggressive playmaking CB.
31
Chris JonesDTMississippi State
Who knows about QB but Jones looks like excellent Malik Jackson replacement.