Nate Atkins NFL Mock Draft

Last Updated: Apr 22
1
Carson WentzQBNorth Dakota State
Like with Steve McNair, Jeff Fisher rolls with a big, mobile QB from an FCS program.
2
Jared GoffQBCalifornia
Howie Roseman gets his guy with a perfect situation to develop him behind Bradford, Daniel.
3
Jalen RamseyCBFlorida State
Pressured to win now, the Bolts take the draft's most ready-to-go playmaker.
4
Joey BosaDEOhio State
Dallas finally finds the pass rusher it couldn't lock down in free-agency.
5
Myles JackOLBUCLA
With Jack and Dante Fowler Jr. both essentially rookies, Jags' 'D' could be finally headed up.
6
Laremy TunsilOTOle Miss
Ozzie Newsome rushes to the podium to take arguably the best player in the draft.
7
Chip Kelly feels the Oregon connection and properly bookends Arik Armstead.
8
Ronnie StanleyOTNotre Dame
The Browns take BPA as a replacement for Mitchell Schwartz and bookend to Joe Thomas.
9
The Bucs address a struggling defense with an in-state prospect who makes a ton of plays.
10
Ezekiel ElliottRBOhio State
After splurging on 'D' in free agency, the Giants take the BPA, who adds to an explosive 'O.'
11
Jack ConklinOTMichigan State
The Bears complete their OL overhaul with the nastiest player in the draft.
12
Paxton LynchQBMemphis
*Predicted trade with Jets* The Jets win the race up to secure Lynch, who can also develop behind Ryan Fitzpatrick.
13
Darron LeeOLBOhio State
Lee gives the Dolphins a much-needed versatile playmaker at the second level.
14
Sheldon RankinsDTLouisville
Oakland complements its commitment to outside rush with a disruptive interior player.
15
Taylor DeckerOTOhio State
Jon Robinson eventually settles for the kind of nasty road-grader Mike Mularkey covets.
16
The Lions begin replacing Megatron with the draft's best possession receiver.
17
Shaq LawsonDEClemson
Dan Quinn takes another Clemson product to add to the league's worst pass rush.
18
Ryan KellyCAlabama
The draft's quickest riser finds a home in Indy, which finally addresses its failing pass pro.
19
Jarran ReedDTAlabama
Miffed over losing out on Lynch, Rex Ryan takes a real five-technique to replace Mario Williams.
20
Kevin DoddDEClemson
*Predicted trade with Saints* New Orleans jumps for joy at trading back and still landing one of the most balanced D-ends.
21
Reggie RaglandILBAlabama
Scot McCloughan continues replenishing defensive talent with the draft's most physical LB.
22
Coleman's speed would be a perfect compliment to star possession man DeAndre Hopkins.
23
After addressing OL and LB this offseason, the Vikings finally find a stretch WR for Teddy.
24
Noah SpenceEDGEEastern Kentucky
In the class' best edge rusher, Cincy inherits another character risk right from the backyard.
25
Eli AppleCBOhio State
Pittsburgh finally addresses the secondary with a 20-year-old man-cover specialist.
26
Jason SpriggsOTIndiana
Seattle has no choice but to beef up the OL after losing Russell Okung and J.R. Sweezy.
27
Green Bay picked the right draft to target DL, and the young Robinson can stuff the run.
28
Kansas City targets CB for a second straight year, this time to replace Sean Smith.
29
Leonard FloydOLBGeorgia
The Cards need pass rush and can afford the time to develop a project like Floyd.
30
David Gettleman can replace Josh Norman's potential and cockiness with one pick.
31
Connor CookQBMichigan State
John Elway finds his signal-caller without a move in Cook, the QB most ready to start.