Yesterday we kicked off this monster mock draft, today we’ll get through rounds 3 and 4.
3.01 @allpurposeyrd8g Evan Engram, TE, Ole Miss
Another player we like here at DFF.
Seems like a good time for a player profile.
3.04 @duckzfan50 Dede Westbrook, WR, Oklahoma
Severely underrated player. I am sure his off-field issues have led to his draft value going down.
3.05 @SlizzDigital Hasson Reddick, LB, Temple
Besides OJ Howard he was the best player at the Senior Bowl. Can play inside and stuff the run. Can play outside and rush the passer. He is a ball player.
He’s a shutdown CB, and he had a 42.1 passing rating into his coverage in 2016. He’ll fit into a number different cover packages at the next level.
3.07 @HRoman1234 Zay Jones, WR, Eastern Carolina
Wanted to go IDP about here but with Zay Jones still on the board I cannot pass up his upside. I doubt he drops this far in a real draft. Jones can go up and get the ball in top flight; adjusts well to the ball; separates well; good route running and footwork.
3.08 @TheFFMadman KD Cannon, WR, Satan U. (Baylor)
3.09 @nateclever8 Raekwon McMillan, LB, OSU
I am chasing Raekwon after Foster goes off the board. He’s not the athlete Foster is, but I love his talent and ability.
3.10 @Kered_Eel Anthony Walker, LB, Northwestern
A tackling machine. Little bit raw but love how he attacks. Has the talent to be three down LB in NFL.
3.11 @DFF_MattK Travin Dural, WR, LSU
Love his skill set, and he wasn’t allowed to display it much with the annual terrible QB play at LSU. Should find himself getting targets in the NFL early in his rookie year.
3.12 @josh4444 Tim Williams, LB, Alabama
Has some off the field issues, but has the talent to be a very productive LB in the league.
3.13 @FatAdamSchefter Alex Anzalone, LB, Florida
If he can stay healthy, he will be a tackling and blitz monster with his super-human tenacity.
3.14 @fulst_rosto Jeremy McNichols, RB, Boise State
Boise States 2 year starter averaged over 1,500 yards rushing and 21 TDs per year, couple with that his pass catching production of just shy of 500 Yds in 16 and you could have a mid rd steal on your hands. Landing spot will be crucial for the Broncos Junior, expect him to be a riser in the draft process during the combine and beyond.
3.15 @CoachKernzy DeShone Kizer, QB, Notre Dame
Will take what I believe to be the best Qb in this draft. If he lands in the right situation he will be the top QB both short and long term.
3.16 @DFF_JohnIDP Charles Harris, DE, Missouri
Quick burst with a spin move that makes me want to watch it over and over again. Good strength.
4.01 @allpurposeyrd8g Obi Melifonwu, S, Uconn
Obi Melifonwu is rising up draft boards.
Jason profiled the N.C. QB last month.
4.04 @duckzfan50 Josh Malone, WR, Tennessee
Easily in my top 10 rookie WR. I love the value here.
4.05 @SlizzDigital Budda Baker, DB, Washington
The NFL is a copycat league, and DB’s who can play all over the field are in demand. Baker does that and excels. He should put up numbers early.
Very quick first step with great hands with a non-stop-motor sheds blocks well to back to the QB. Brother to JJ Watt.
4.07 @HRoman1234 Charlton Taco, DL, Michigan
4.08 @TheFFMadman Patrick Mahomes, QB, Texas Tech
If he takes to coaching, I think he can be the best NFL QB from this draft class. Looks like he understands the game and makes some very heady decisions on the field. Clean up the mechanics a bit, and the sky is the limit. Talented QB with a cannon for an arm.
4.09 @nateclever8 Brian Hill, RB, Wyoming
Love this kid man I pray I can get him in a 16 teamer this late. The kid is going to ball out. Hoping a K.C.-style offense but doubt they draft him maybe Pederson on Philly same type offense!
4.10 @Kered_Eel Jalen Reeves-Maybin, LB, Tennessee
A little on the small side, but very athletic. And I think he has the coverage skills to play all three downs.
4.11 @DFF_MattK ArDarius Stewart, WR, Alabama
Fun to watch with the ball in his hands could be a playmaker right away at the next level.
4.12 @josh4444 Taywan Taylor, WR, WKU
Andy recently shared his thoughts on Taylor.
4.13 @FatAdamSchefter Josh Harvey-Clemons, S, Louisville
If he can stay sober, he will be the best safety coming out. Next Kam Chancellor with better range.
4.14 @fulst_rosto Brad Kaaya, QB, Miami
I would not usually go QB by now unless superflex/2QB, but as it is a 16 team league I will however here for depth, taking the U’s Pro style Junior as a stash.
4.15 @CoachKernzy Elijah Hood, RB, North Carolina
Unless I’ve missed something, I’m very surprised to see him still available. Has all the tools to be a three-down starting back in this league.
4.16 @DFF_JohnIDP Jaleel Johnson DL Iowa
Will make an impact for whoever drafts him. Active player who penetrates and is solid against the run. Motor needs to improve, but I’m happy to have him here.
We’re in the stretch run of this mock and will finish it up tomorrow.