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  • Official Orange Huddle Mock Draft SELECTION thread

    Round 1

    1-1 (01): Jacksonville Jaguars (Shananahan) - Evan Neal, OL, Alabama
    1-2 (02): Detroit Lions (JCMElway / Dbroncos4life) - Aidan Hutchinson, DE, Michigan

    1-3 (03): Houston Texans (FormerlyPassword) - Kenny Pickett, QB, Pittsburgh
    1-4 (04): New York Jets (jebures) - Kyle Hamilton, S, Notre Dame
    1-5 (05): New York Giants (gunns) - Ikem Ekwonu, T/G, NC State
    1-6 (06): Carolina Panthers (Ark) - Charles Cross, OT, Mississippi State
    1-7 (07): New York Giants (gunns) - Travon Walker, Edge, Georgia

    1-8 (08): Atlanta Falcons (ColoradoBuff) - Malik Willis, QB, Liberty
    1-9 (09): Seattle Seahawks (Broncos23) - Kayvon Thibodeaux, DL, Oregon

    1-10 (10)(a): Minnesota Vikings (Requiem) - Ahmad Gardner, CB, Cincinnati
    1-11 (11): Washington Commanders (Big Cheese) - Garrett Wilson, WR, ohio

    1-12 (12)(a): New York Jets (jebures) - Jermaine Johnson, Edge, Florida State
    1-13 (13): Houston Texans (FormerlyPassword) - Derek Stingley, CB, LSU
    1-14 (14): Baltimore Ravens (IndelibleScribe) - Jordan Davis, DL, Georgia

    1-15 (15): Philadelphia Eagles (Aztec Bronco) - George Karlaftis, Edge, Purdue
    1-16 (16): Philadelphia Eagles (Aztec Bronco) - Tyler Linderbaum, C, Iowa
    1-17 (17): Los Angeles Chargers (PRBronco) - Trevor Penning, OT, Northern Iowa
    1-18 (18): New Orleans Saints (Old Dude) - Matt Corral, QB, Ole Miss
    1-19 (19): Philadelphia Eagles (Aztec Bronco) - Drake London, WR, USC

    1-20 (20): Pittsburgh Steelers (BowlenBall) - Desmond Ridder, QB, Cincinnati
    1-21 (21)(b): Green Bay Packers (GoPackGo) - Chris Olave, WR, ohio
    1-22 (22): Green Bay Packers (GoPackGo) - Treylon Burks, WR, Arkansas
    1-23 (23): Arizona Cardinals (Ludo21) - Trent McDuffie, CB, Washington
    1-24 (24): Dallas Cowboys (lukeb55) - Zion Johnson, OT, Boston College
    1-25 (25): Buffalo Bills (DomCasual) - Jameson Williams, WR, Alabama

    1-26 (26): Tennessee Titans (SGB) - David Ojabo, LB, Michigan
    1-27 (27): Tampa Bay Buccaneers (GoHAM) - Devonte Wyatt, DL, Georgia

    1-28 (28): Green Bay Packers (GoPackGo) - Daxton Hill, S, Michigan
    1-29 (29): Miami Dolphins (Florida_Bronco) - Nakobe Dean, LB, Georgia
    1-30 (30): Kansas City Chiefs (Zerovoltz) - Andrew Booth Jr., CB, Clemson
    1-31 (31): Cincinnati Bengals (bpc5180) - Bernhard Raimann, OT, Central Michigan

    1-32 (32): Detroit Lions (JCMElway / Dbroncos4life) - Christian Watson, WR, North Dakota St

    Round 2

    2-1 (33): Jacksonville Jaguars (Shananahan) - Devin Lloyd, LB, Utah
    2-2 (34): Detroit Lions (JCMElway / Dbroncos4life) - Tariq Woolen, CB, UTSA
    2-3 (35): New York Jets (jebures) - Jahan Dotson, WR, Penn State

    2-4 (36): New York Giants (gunns) - Trey McBride, TE, Colorado St.
    2-5 (37): Houston Texans (FormerlyPassword) - Tyler Smith, OT, Tulsa
    2-6 (38): New York Jets (jebures) - Travis Jones, DL, UConn
    2-7 (39): Chicago Bears (SoDak Bronco) - Kenyon Green, OL, Texas A&M

    2-8 (40): Seattle Seahawks (Broncos23) - Kaiir Elam, CB, Florida
    2-9 (41): Seattle Seahawks (Broncos23) - Boye Mafe, Edge, Minnesota
    2-10 (42): Indianapolis Colts (OBF1) - Skyy Moore, WR, Western Michigan
    2-11 (43): Atlanta Falcons (ColoradoBuff) - Breece Hall, RB, Iowa State

    2-12 (44): Cleveland Browns (phibacka31) - David Bell, WR, Purdue
    2-13 (45): Baltimore Ravens (IndelibleScribe) - Perrion Winfrey, DL, Oklahoma
    2-14 (46)(c): New Orleans Saints (Old Dude) - Jaquan Brisker, S, Penn State
    2-15 (47): Washington Commanders (Big Cheese) - Chad Muma, LB, Wyoming
    2-16 (48): Chicago Bears (SoDak Bronco) - George Pickens, WR, Georgia
    2-17 (49)(c): Minnesota Vikings (Requiem) - Kyler Gordon, CB, Washington
    2-18 (50): Miami Dolphins (Florida_Bronco) - Kenneth Walker III, RB, Michigan State
    2-19 (51): Philadelphia Eagles (Aztec Bronco) - Lewis Cine, S, Georgia
    2-20 (52): Pittsburgh Steelers (BowlenBall) - Zyon McCollum, CB, Sam Houston State
    2-21 (53)(b): New England Patriots (eddiemac87) - Quay Walker, LB, Georgia
    2-22 (54)(d): Baltimore Ravens (IndelibleScribe) - Roger McCreary, CB, Auburn
    2-23 (55): Arizona Cardinals (Ludo21) - John Metchie III, WR, Alabama

    2-24 (56): Dallas Cowboys (lukeb55) - Troy Andersen, LB, Montana State
    2-25 (57): Buffalo Bills (DomCasual) - Arnold Ebiketie, Edge, Penn St.
    2-26 (58): Atlanta Falcons (ColoradoBuff) - Jalen Tolbert, WR, South Alabama
    2-27 (59)(b): New England Patriots (eddiemac87) - Logan Hall, DL/Edge, Houston
    2-28 (60): Tampa Bay Buccaneers (GoHAM) - Cade Otton, TE, Washington
    2-29 (61): San Francisco 49ers (Gordon Gekko) - Cam Jurgens, IOL, Nebraska
    2-30 (62): Kansas City Chiefs (Zerovoltz) - DeMarvin Leal, IDL, Texas A&M
    2-31 (63): Cincinnati Bengals (bpc5180) - Jalen Pitre, DB, Baylor

    2-32 (64): Denver Broncos (BroncoBuff) - Daniel Faalele, OT, Minnesota

    Round 3

    3-1 (65): Jacksonville Jaguars (Shananahan) - Cameron Thomas, DE, San Diego State
    3-2 (66): Detroit Lions (JCMElway / Dbroncos4life) - Kingsley Engabare, Edge, South Carolina

    3-3 (67): New York Giants (gunns) - Christian Harris, LB, Alabama
    3-4 (68): Houston Texans (FormerlyPassword) - Wan'Dale Robinson, WR, Kentucky
    3-5 (69): New York Jets (jebures) - Abraham Lucas, OT, Washington State
    3-6 (70): Jacksonville Jaguars (Shananahan) - Phidarian Mathis, DT, Alabama
    3-7 (71): Chicago Bears (SoDak Bronco) - Derion Kendrick, CB, Georgia
    3-8 (72): Seattle Seahawks (Broncos23) - Sam Howell, QB, North Carolina
    3-9 (73): Indianapolis Colts (OBF1) - Nick Petit-Frere, OT, ohio

    3-10 (74): Atlanta Falcons (ColoradoBuff) - Josh Paschal, Edge, Kentucky
    3-11 (75): Denver Broncos (BroncoBuff) - Isaiah Spiller, RB, Texas A&M
    3-12 (76)(d): New England Patriots (eddiemac87) - Darian Kinnard, OT, Kentucky
    3-13 (77)(a): New York Jets (jebures) - Leo Chenal, LB, Wisconsin
    3-14 (78): Cleveland Browns (phibacka31) - Drake Jackson, EDGE, USC

    3-15 (79)(e): Baltimore Ravens (IndelibleScribe) -Nik Bonitto, Edge, Oklahoma
    3-16 (80): Houston Texans (FormerlyPassword) - Calvin Austin III, WR, Memphis
    3-17 (81): New York Giants (gunns) - Luke Fortner, C, Kentucky
    3-18 (82): Atlanta Falcons (ColoradoBuff) - Bryan Cook, S, Cincinnati
    3-19 (83): Philadelphia Eagles (Aztec Bronco) - Marcus Jones, CB, Houston
    3-20 (84): Pittsburgh Steelers (BowlenBall) - Charlie Kolar, TE, Iowa State
    3-21 (85): New England Patriots (eddiemac87) - Jamaree Salyer, OG, Georgia
    3-22 (86): Las Vegas Raiders (Agent Zero) - Brian Asamoah, LB, Oklahoma
    3-23 (87): Arizona Cardinals (Ludo21) - Dylan Parham, OG, Memphis
    3-24 (88): Dallas Cowboys (lukeb55) - Tyquan Thornton, WR, Baylor

    3-25 (89)(f): New Orleans Saints (Old Dude) - Sam Williams, Edge, Ole Miss
    3-26 (90): Tennessee Titans (SGB) - Carson Strong, QB, Nevada

    3-27 (91): Tampa Bay Buccaneers (GoHAM) - Alontae Taylor, CB, Tennessee
    3-28 (92): Green Bay Packers (GoPackGo) - Cole Strange, OG, Chattanooga
    3-29 (93): San Francisco 49ers (Gordon Gekko) - Kerby Joseph, S, Illinois
    3-30 (94): Kansas City Chiefs (Zerovoltz) - Jalyn Armour-Davis, CB, Alabama
    3-31 (95): Cincinnati Bengals (bpc5180) - Brandon Smith, LB, Penn State
    3-32 (96): Denver Broncos (BroncoBuff) - Joshua Williams, CB, Lafayette St
    3-33 (97)(g): New Orleans Saints (Old Dude) - Sean Rhyan, OT, UCLA
    3-34 (98)(f): Buffalo Bills (DomCasual) - Martin Emerson, CB, Mississippi St
    3-35 (99): Cleveland Browns (phibacka31) - Verone McKinley III, S, Oregon
    3-36 (100)(e): Los Angeles Chargers (PRBronco) - Alec Pierce, WR, Cincinnati
    3-37 (101)(g)(i): Kansas City Chiefs (Zerovoltz) - Dominique Robinson, EDGE, Miami (OH)
    3-38 (102): Miami Dolphins (Florida_Bronco) - Zachary Carter, DE, Florida
    3-39 (103)(i): Detroit Lions (JCMElway / Dbroncos4life) - JoJo Domann, LB, Nebraska
    3-40 (104): Los Angeles Rams (Roh) - Max Mitchell, OT, Louisiana-Lafayette
    3-41 (105): San Francisco 49ers (Gordon Gekko) - Isaiah Likely, TE, Coastal Carolina

    Round 4

    4-1 (106): Jacksonville Jaguars (Shananahan) - Justyn Ross, WR, Clemson
    4-2 (107): Houston Texans (FormerlyPassword) - Cam Taylor-Britt, DB, Nebraska

    4-3 (108): Houston Texans (FormerlyPassword) - Damone Clark, LB, LSU
    4-4 (109): Seattle Seahawks (Broncos23) - Kellen Diesch, OT, Arizona St.
    4-5 (110)(d): New England Patriots (eddiemac87)- Khalil Shakir, WR, Boise State

    4-6 (111)(a): Minnesota Vikings (Requiem) - DeAngelo Malone, Edge, Western Kentucky
    4-7 (112): New York Giants (gunns) - Coby Bryant, CB, Cincinnati

    4-8 (113): Washington Commanders (Big Cheese) - Sterling Weatherford, S, Miami (OH)
    4-9 (114): Atlanta Falcons (ColoradoBuff) - Channing Tindall, LB, Georgia

    4-10 (115): Denver Broncos (BroncoBuff) - Vederian Lowe, OT, Illinois
    4-11 (116): Denver Broncos (BroncoBuff) - Zach Tom, C, Wake Forest
    4-12 (117): New York Jets (jebures) - Nick Cross, S, Maryland

    4-13 (118): Cleveland Browns (phibacka31) - Matt Araiza, P, San Diego State
    4-14 (119)(e): Los Angeles Chargers (PRBronco) - Jelani Woods, TE, Virginia
    4-15 (120)(c): Minnesota Vikings (Requiem) - Greg Dulcich, TE, UCLA
    4-16 (121): Miami Dolphins (Florida_Bronco) - Neil Farrell, DT, LSU
    4-17 (122): Indianapolis Colts (OBF1) - Matt Waletzko, OT, North Dakota
    4-18 (123): Los Angeles Chargers (PRBronco) - James Cook, RB, Georgia
    4-19 (124): Philadelphia Eagles (Aztec Bronco) - Rasheed Walker, OT, Penn State

    4-20 (125): Miami Dolphins (Florida_Bronco) - Tariq Castro-Fields, CB, Penn State
    4-21 (126): Las Vegas Raiders (Agent Zero) - Luke Goedeke, OG, Central Michigan
    4-22 (127): New England Patriots (eddiemac87) - Alec Wright, EDGE, UAB
    4-23 (128): Baltimore Ravens (IndelibleScribe) - Lecitus Smith, OG, Virginia Tech

    4-24 (129): Dallas Cowboys (lukeb55) - Jake Ferguson, TE, Wisconsin
    4-25 (130): Buffalo Bills (DomCasual) - Myjai Sanders, Edge, Cincinnati

    4-26 (131): Tennessee Titans (SGB) - Jeremy Ruckert, TE, ohio
    4-27 (132): Green Bay Packers (GoPackGo) - Jalen Wydermyer, TE, Texas A&M

    4-28 (133): Tampa Bay Buccaneers (GoHAM) - Dameon Pierce, RB, Florida
    4-29 (134): San Francisco 49ers (Gordon Gekko) - Velus Jones Jr., WR, Tennessee
    4-30 (135): Kansas City Chiefs (Zerovoltz) - Terrel Bernard, LB, Baylor
    4-31 (136): Cincinnati Bengals (bpc5180) - Kyren Williams, RB, Notre Dame

    4-32 (137): Carolina Panthers (Ark) - Bailey Zappe, QB, Western Kentucky
    4-33 (138): Pittsburgh Steelers (BowlenBall) - Pierre Strong, RB, South Dakota State
    4-34 (139): Baltimore Ravens (IndelibleScribe) - Damarri Mathis, CB, Pittsburgh
    4-35 (140)(b)(h): Arizona Cardinals (Ludo21) - Brian Robinson, RB, Alabama
    4-36 (141): Baltimore Ravens (IndelibleScribe) - Zamir White, RB, Georgia

    4-37 (142): Los Angeles Rams (Roh) - Kalon Barnes, CB, Baylor
    4-38 (143): Tennessee Titans (SGB) - Tyler Allgeier, RB, BYU

    Round 5

    5-1 (144): Carolina Panthers (Ark) - Ed Ingram, OG, LSU
    5-2 (145): Denver Broncos (BroncoBuff) - Eyioma Uwazurike, IDL, Iowa State
    5-3 (146)(a)(c)(f) : Buffalo Bills (DomCasual) - Ali Fayad, Edge, Western Michigan

    5-4 (147): New York Giants (gunns) - Malcolm Rodriquez, LB, Oklahoma State
    5-5 (148): Chicago Bears (SoDak Bronco) - Tycen Anderson, S, Toledo
    5-6 (149): Carolina Panthers (Ark) - Darrian Beavers, LB, Cincinnati
    5-7 (150): Chicago Bears (SoDak Bronco) - Reggie Roberson, Jr., WR, SMU
    5-8 (151): Atlanta Falcons (ColoradoBuff) - John Ridgeway, DT, Arkansas

    5-9 (152): Seattle Seahawks (Broncos23) - Dohnovan West, C, Arizona State
    5-10 (153): Seattle Seahawks (Broncos23) - Amare Barno, OLB/Edge, Virginia Tech
    5-11 (154): Philadelphia Eagles (Aztec Bronco) - Mykael Wright, CB, Oregon

    5-12 (155): Dallas Cowboys (lukeb55) - Spencer Burford, OL, UTSA
    5-13 (156): Minnesota Vikings (Requiem) - Alec Lindstrom, C, Boston College
    5-14 (157): Jacksonville Jaguars (Shananahan) - Rachaad White, RB, Arizona State
    5-15 (158)(j): San Francisco 49ers (Gordon Gekko) - Braxton Jones, OT, Southern Utah

    5-16 (159): Indianapolis Colts (OBF1) - Josh Jobe, CB, Alabama
    5-17 (160): Los Angeles Chargers (PRBronco) - Chris Paul, OG, Tulsa
    5-18 (161)(g): Detroit Lions (JCMElway / Dbroncos4life) - Thomas Booker, DL, Stanford
    5-19 (162): Philadelphia Eagles (Aztec Bronco) - Tyreke Smith, Edge, ohio

    5-20 (163): New York Jets (jebures) - Akayleb Evans, CB, Missouri
    5-21 (164): Las Vegas Raiders (Agent Zero) - Mario Goodrich, CB, Clemson
    5-22 (165): Las Vegas Raiders (Agent Zero) - Danny Gray, WR, SMU
    5-23 (166): Philadelphia Eagles (Aztec Bronco) - Marquis Hayes, OG, Oklahoma
    5-24 (167): Dallas Cowboys (lukeb55) - Eric Johnson, DL, Missouri State
    5-25 (168): Buffalo Bills (DomCasual) - Smoke Monday, S, Auburn
    5-26 (169): Tennessee Titans (SGB) - Montaric Brown, CB, Arkansas
    5-27 (170): New England Patriots (eddiemac87) - Jaylen Watson, CB, Washington State
    5-28 (171): Green Bay Packers (GoPackGo) - Kalil Pimpleton, WR, Central Michigan
    5-29 (172)(j)(k): New Orleans Saints (Old Dude) - Romeo Doubs, WR, Nevada
    5-30 (173): New York Giants (gunns) - Jack Coan, QB, Notre Dame

    5-31 (174): Cincinnati Bengals (bpc5180) - Cordell Volson, OL, NDSU
    5-32 (175): Los Angeles Rams (Roh) - Matthew Butler, DT, Tennessee
    5-33 (176): Dallas Cowboys (lukeb55) - Bubba Bolden, S, Miami
    5-34 (177): Detroit Lions (JCMElway / Dbroncos4life) - Thayer Munford, OL, Ohio State
    5-35 (178): Dallas Cowboys (lukeb55) - Haskell Garrett, DL, Ohio State
    5-36 (179): Indianapolis Colts (OBF1) - Michael Clemons, DE, Texas A&M

    Round 6

    6-1 (180): Jacksonville Jaguars (Shananahan) - Isaiah Thomas, DE, Oklahoma

    6-2 (181)(g)(k): Miami Dolphins (Florida_Bronco) - Logan Bruss, OL, Wisconsin
    6-3 (182): New York Giants (gunns) - Dai'jon Dixon, WR, Nicholls State

    6-4 (183): Houston Texans (FormerlyPassword) - Adam Anderson, Edge, Georgia
    6-5 (184): Minnesota Vikings (Requiem) - Joshua Ezeudu, OG, North Carolina
    6-6 (185): Buffalo Bills (DomCasual) - Zakoby McClain, LB, Auburn

    6-7 (186): Chicago Bears (SoDak Bronco) - Grant Calcaterra TE, SMU
    6-8 (187)(j): Miami Dolphins (Florida_Bronco) - Dontario Drummond, WR, Ole Miss
    6-9 (188): Jacksonville Jaguars (Shananahan) - Dare Rosenthal, OT, Kentucky

    6-10 (189): Washington Commanders (Big Cheese) - Hassan Haskins, RB, Michigan
    6-11 (190): Atlanta Falcons (ColoradoBuff) - Jaivon Heiligh, WR, Coastal Carolina

    6-12 (191): Minnesota Vikings (Requiem) - Jerome Ford, RB, Cincinnati
    6-13 (192): Minnesota Vikings (Requiem) - Bo Melton, WR, Rutgers
    6-14 (193): Dallas Cowboys (lukeb55) - Cade Mays, OL, Tennessee
    6-15 (194): Philadelphia Eagles (Aztec Bronco) - Tyler Badie, RB, Missouri

    6-16 (195): Los Angeles Chargers (PRBronco) - JT Woods, S, Baylor
    6-17 (196): Baltimore Ravens (IndelibleScribe) - Charleston Rambo, WR, Miami (FL)
    6-18 (197): Jacksonville Jaguars (Shananahan) - Kevin Austin, WR, Notre Dame
    6-19 (198): Jacksonville Jaguars (Shananahan) - Markquese Bell, S, Florida A&M
    6-20 (199): Carolina Panthers (Ark) - Otito Ogbonnia, DL, UCLA

    6-21 (200): New England Patriots (eddiemac87) - Kyle Phillips, WR, UCLA
    6-22 (201)(h): New England Patriots (eddiemac87) - Daniel Bellinger, TE, San Diego State
    6-23 (202): Cleveland Browns (phibacka31) - Dane Belton, DB, Iowa
    6-24 (203): Buffalo Bills (DomCasual) - LaBryan Ray, DE, Alabama
    6-25 (204): Tennessee Titans (SGB) - Andrew Stueber, OL, Michigan
    6-26 (205): Houston Texans (FormerlyPassword) - Tyler Goodson, RB, Iowa
    6-27 (206): Denver Broncos (BroncoBuff) - Jeffrey Gunter, EDGE, Coastal Carolina
    6-28 (207): Houston Texans (FormerlyPassword) - Leon O'Neal, S, Texas A&M
    6-29 (208): Pittsburgh Steelers (BowlenBall) - Mike Rose, LB, Iowa State
    6-30 (209): Cincinnati Bengals (bpc5180) - Percy Butler, S, Louisiana
    6-31 (210): New England Patriots (eddiemac87) - Kalia Davis, DT, UCF

    6-32 (211): Los Angeles Rams (Roh) - Doug Kramer, IOL, Illinois
    6-33 (212): Los Angeles Rams (Roh) - Aaron Hansford, LB, Texas A&M
    6-34 (213): Atlanta Falcons (ColoradoBuff) - Samori Toure, WR, Nebraska
    6-35 (214): Los Angeles Chargers (PRBronco) - Jordan Stout, P, Penn State
    6-36 (215)(h): New England Patriots (eddiemac87) - Christopher Allen, LB, Alabama
    6-37 (216): Indianapolis Colts (OBF1) - Chasen Hines, OG, LSU

    6-38 (217): Detroit Lions (JCMElway / Dbroncos4life) - Jesse Luketa, LB, Penn State
    6-39 (218): Los Angeles Rams (Roh) - Carson Wells, EDGE, Colorado
    6-40 (219): Tennessee Titans (SGB) - D'Marco Jackson, LB, Appalachian State
    6-41 (220): San Francisco 49ers (Gordon Gekko) - Cordale Flott, CB, LSU
    6-42 (221): San Francisco 49ers (Gordon Gekko) - Tyree Johnson, EDGE, Texas A&M

    Round 7

    7-1 (222): Jacksonville Jaguars (Shananahan) - Ja'Tyre Carter, OL, Southern
    7-2 (223): Cleveland Browns (phibacka31) -
    Josh Johnson, WR, Tulsa
    7-3 (224)(j): San Francisco 49ers (Gordon Gekko) - Ty Chandler, RB, North Carolina
    7-4 (225): Pittsburgh Steelers (BowlenBall) - Kaleb Eleby, QB, Western Michigan
    7-5 (226): Cincinnati Bengals (bpc5180) - Derrick Deese, Jr., TE, San Jose State
    7-6 (227): Las Vegas Raiders (Agent Zero) - Quentin Lake, S, UCLA

    7-7 (228): Green Bay Packers (GoPackGo) - CJ Wright, NT, Georgia Southern
    7-8 (229): Seattle Seahawks (Broncos23) - Jack Sanborn, ILB, Wisconsin
    7-9 (230): Washington Commanders (Big Cheese) - Vincent Gray, CB, Michigan
    7-10 (231)(f)(g): Detroit Lions (JCMElway / Dbroncos4life) - Chigoziem Okonkwo, TE, Maryland
    7-11 (232): Denver Broncos (BroncoBuff) - Chase Lucas, CB, Arizona State
    7-12 (233): Kansas City Chiefs (Zerovoltz) - Erik Ezukanma, WR, Texas Tech
    7-13 (234)(g):New Orleans Saints (Old Dude) - Cole Turner, TE, Nevada
    7-14 (235): Jacksonville Jaguars (Shananahan) - Ben Brown, OL, Ole Miss
    7-15 (236): Los Angeles Chargers (PRBronco) - E.J. Perry, QB, Brown
    7-16 (237)(k): Miami Dolphins (Florida_Bronco) - Andre Anthony, LB, LSU
    7-17 (238): Los Angeles Rams (Roh) - Decobie Durant, CB, South Carolina State
    7-18 (239): Indianapolis Colts (OBF1) - Jeremiah Moon, LB, Florida
    7-19 (240): Washington Commanders (Big Cheese) - Nick Muse, TE, South Carolina
    7-20 (241): Pittsburgh Steelers (BowlenBall) - Nick Zakelj, OG, Fordham
    7-21 (242): Carolina Panthers (Ark) - Justin Shaffer, OG, Georgia

    7-22 (243): Kansas City Chiefs (Zerovoltz) - Noah Elliss, DT, Idaho
    7-23 (244)(h): New England Patriots (eddiemac87) - Yusuf Corker, S, Kentucky
    7-24 (245): Houston Texans (FormerlyPassword) - Andrew Rupcich, OT, Culver-Stockton
    7-25 (246): Cleveland Browns (phibacka31) - Dylan Cook, OL, Montana

    7-26 (247): Miami Dolphins (Florida_Bronco) - Jake Camarda, P, Georgia
    7-27 (248): Tampa Bay Buccaneers (GoHAM) - Obinna Eze, OT, TCU

    7-28 (249)(b): New England Patriots (eddiemac87) - Micah McFadden, LB, Indiana
    7-29 (250)(a): New York Jets (jebures) - Esezi Otomewo, DE, Minnesota
    7-30 (251): Kansas City Chiefs (Zerovoltz) - Ja’Quon McMillian, CB, East Carolina
    7-31 (252): Cincinnati Bengals (bpc5180) - Daniel Hardy, Edge, Montana State
    7-32 (253): Los Angeles Rams (Roh) - Ryan Stonehouse, P, Colorado State
    7-33 (254): Los Angeles Chargers (PRBronco) - Juanyeh Thomas, S, Georgia Tech
    7-34 (255): Los Angeles Chargers (PRBronco) - Damarion Williams, CB, Houston
    7-35 (256): Arizona Cardinals (Ludo21) - Austin Deculus, OT, LSU

    7-36 (257): Arizona Cardinals (Ludo21) - Joey Blount, S, Virginia
    7-37 (258): Green Bay Packers (GoPackGo) - Isaac Moore, OT, Temple

    7-38 (259)(i): Detroit Lions (JCMElway / Dbroncos4life) - Jereth Sterns, WR, Western Kentucky
    7-39 (260)(e): Baltimore Ravens (IndelibleScribe) - David Anenih, Edge, Houston
    7-40 (261): Tampa Bay Buccaneers (GoHAM) - Jack Jones, CB, Arizona State
    7-41 (262): San Francisco 49ers (Gordon Gekko) - Josh Thompson, CB, Texas

    Trades:

    (a) NY Jets & Minnesota
    (b) Green Bay & New England
    (c) Minnesota & New Orleans
    (d) Baltimore & New England
    (e) LA Chargers & Baltimore
    (f) Buffalo & New Orleans
    (g) New Orleans & Detroit
    (h) New England & Arizona
    (i) Detroit & Kansas City
    (j) Miami & San Francisco
    (k) Miami & New Orleans
    Last edited by Old Dude; 04-15-2022, 01:53 AM.

  • #2
    With the first pick in the 2022 Orange Huddle Mock Draft, the Jacksonville Jaguars select:

    Evan Neal, OL, Alabama



    The Detroit Lions are now on the clock.

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    • #3
      The Lions select Aidan Hutchinson, DE, Michigan.

      picture and writeup to follow.

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        With the 3rd pick in the 2022 OM Mock draft.... The Houston Texans select..........

        From the University of Pittsburg.... QB Kenny “Small Hands” Pickett

        The Texans are more than happy to change the narrative from “reach around” to “reach”.

        This was my ideal pick. The Texans can go the old Bronco route and mess around with Davis Mills etc etc etc. or they can go the new Bronco route and find a guy that they can hang their hat on. To me, Pickett is that guy in this draft.

        Overview
        Pickett has five years of game experience and four years of starting experience for Pitt. He's a fairly toolsy pocket passer with good mobility. He operated in a passing scheme featuring vertical concepts that created big-play opportunities but left food on the plate when he failed to play chess against the back-end of the coverage. Pickett works with average anticipation but drives the ball with good velocity, which should help him shine in pre-draft passing drills. Pickett's touch and placement need work, but his accuracy stats were damaged by an inordinate amount of drops throughout his career. The top indicator for future success or failure will likely rest in a team's ability to build Pickett's trust, poise and discipline from the pocket. He can make all the throws, but he'll only be able to execute against disguised fronts and NFL pressure if he's willing to hang in and win with his eyes first. He carries a boom/bust label, but the 2021 tape and productivity showed off his potential to become a good starter in time.
        Strengths
        • Broke Dan Marino's Pitt passing records.
        • Comes from athletic family and bloodlines.
        • Has good size and all the physical tools needed as a pro.
        • Jaw-dropping improvement across the board from 2020.
        • TD-INT ratio went from 13:9 in 2020 to 42:7 in 2021.
        • Passing scheme required full-field reads.
        • Good recognition and decisions on combo-route throws to all levels.
        • Potential to get better at recalibrating reads with more work.
        • Worked with improved anticipation and tight spiral throwing into windows.
        • Velocity to stay ahead of closing coverage.
        • Arm strength to push deep outs without a problem.
        • Able to extend the play and win on the move with his arm.
        • Arm talent to make off-platform throws.
        • Elusiveness to escape a free runner and scramble for yards.

        Weaknesses
        • Some scarring from previous protection issues.
        • Nervous feet and poise can get the best of him despite clean pockets.
        • Drifts outside pocket rather than climbing to scan.
        • Feet don't always follow his eyes when throwing.
        • Poor placement and touch added to drop issues.
        • Finesse throws into buckets are below average.
        • Better timing would prevent contested catches.
        • Can improve at making leading throws.
        • Doesn't throw with much of an expedited release.
        • Needs to take the incompletion instead of the sack.
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        • #5
          With Pick #4 in the 2022 NFL Draft the New York Jets select:

          Kyle Hamilton, S, from Notre Dame

          6'4 220 pounds

          4.59 40
          38 vertical Leap

          Jets safeties are underachievers or washed veterans. I get a freakish safety, that plays way faster than he times. I feel he will improve time if he runs again at his pro day and could go as high as #2 overall.
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          • #6
            Giants select with the #5 pick

            Ikem Ekwonu (Ickey), T/G, NC State

            6'4" 310lbs

            4.93 40

            Ekwonu is a prototypical left tackle with excellent size and athleticism. He uses these traits to consistently dominate the opposing defensive player, as he only gave up three sacks on 500 snaps during the 2021 season, including an eight-game streak where he gave up none.

            Ickey’s strongest trait is his run blocking. He’s a ferocious mauler that likes rolling through defenders with ease, using his state-champion wrestling skills to shift defenders and open up massive holes for ball-carriers. When you watch his tape it becomes very clear NC State’s run game was designed to run through Ekwonu, and he should see similar results at the next level as he excels in all run-based schemes as a tackle or guard.

            His long limbs and athletic build will serve him well at the next level, as he will be pinned as a franchise left tackle for whatever team selects him.


            Panthers on the clock, 3:30pm

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            • #7
              With pick #6, the Carolina Panthers select Charles Cross, OT, Mississippi State

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              • #8
                The Giants, with the number 7 pick, select:

                Travon Walker, Edge, Georgia

                6'5"

                272lbs

                HAND: 10 3/4"

                ARM: 35 1/2"

                WINGSPAN: 7'0 1/4"

                40: 4.51

                — Great length. Tall frame with long arms.

                — Flashes a very good first step.

                — Violent hands. Packs a major punch.

                — Great upper-body strength. Can control blocks with ease.

                — Very good lower-body strength. Anchors consistently.

                — Very good speed and fluidity in space, especially for his size.

                — Above-average bend and flexibility around the edge for his size.

                — Great discipline and technique versus the run.

                — Positional flexibility. Lined up anywhere from 3-tech to a stand-up 6-tech.


                Falcons on the clock 4:45 MDT

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                • #9
                  Coloradobuff and the Falcons select Malik Willis, QB, Liberty.

                  6' 0 1/2
                  219 lbs

                  HANDS:
                  9 1/2"

                  Overview
                  Upside quarterback with special parts of his game, but with no guarantee they will be assembled properly into a finished product. Willis uses his rare combination of elite rushing talent and a rocket-launching right arm to unlock explosive plays in two different ways. He has the arm to beat safeties to the deepest parts of the field and makes impressive throws from inside and outside the pocket. On the flip side, Willis' mechanical and operational inconsistencies lead to erratic timing and accuracy, and he doesn't throw with enough touch. Protection and receiver separation were both issues, but Willis also pressed over the second half of the season and never looked comfortable in the Liberty offense. On the pro level, additional film work and a layered, pro-style passing attack could allow for more focused reads and help him see the field faster and more clearly from the pocket. Play-callers must lean into his special talent as a runner and include called runs into the game plan. Even if Willis fails to reach his passing potential, running ability doesn't slump and he has the talent to produce on the ground at a level between Jalen Hurts and Lamar Jackson.

                  StrengthsNFL Comparison
                  Jay Cutler (arm) / Jalen Hurts (build/play style)

                  "Some people talk about thermostat leaders. Do they change the temperature of the room when they walk in? He appears to have all the things to raise the energy. I like that," Brooks said. "He appears to have that personality. People like being around him. That matters."

                  • Electrifying dual-threat ability and potential.
                  • Frame is compact, broad and powerful.
                  • Rare escapability and elusiveness on the go.
                  • Finishes strong and gets what is needed on called runs.
                  • Ran for 100-plus yards five times over the last two years.
                  • Able to pace his release according to need.
                  • Ability to recognize blitz and get the ball out.
                  • Makes drive throws with twitchy hips.
                  • Arm strength capable of winning in tight windows.
                  • Beats safeties on deep sideline throws.
                  • Ability to work through progressions when protected.
                  • Wide-lens field scan on rollouts and scrambles.
                  • Rapid mesh-point transition to throw on RPOs.
                  • Strong hands for fluid pump, reset and launch.
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                  • #10
                    With the 9th pick, the Seattle Seahawks select....

                    Kayvon Thibodeaux, DL, Oregon



                    6'4" 254 lbs.
                    4.58 40 yd

                    Pro Day April 1

                    Thibodeaux showed absurd burst off the snap and followed that up with acceleration to get around tackles to bring down the QB. As our coach Pete Carroll said after the season:

                    "You've got to create them (turnovers), and you create them with pass rush. The quarterback is the number one critical aspect of turning the football over. That is an area that we need to get better in."
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                    • #11
                      With the tenth pick in the 2022 Orange Huddle Mock Draft the Minnesota Vikings select:

                      Ahmad "Sauce" Gardner, CB - Cincinnati

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                      This would probably be a dream scenario in real life for the Vikings, but I felt the need to jump up to get him. Fills one of Minnesota's biggest needs with a corner who can match up one-on-one against the league's best receivers.

                      Pick made at 10:43 (CST). The Washington Commanders are now on the clock.

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                      • #12
                        Washington Commanders select WR Garrett Wilson Ohio State

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                        • #13
                          With pick #12 in the 2023 NFL Draft the New York Jets select:

                          Jermaine Johnson, EDGE, Florida State

                          6'5 254
                          4.58 40
                          32" VL

                          Building up that defense for Mr Saleh. Add him plus Kyle Hamilton in the secondary improves the talent on defense immensely.
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                            From LSU, CB Derek Stingley

                            Overview
                            Uniquely gifted cornerback with rare blend of size, speed and explosiveness that will have teams willing to judge his upside off of tape from two seasons ago. Stingley played in just 10 games over the last two years, offering flashes of his upside rather than sustained play. Regardless of season, he's long, loose and extremely athletic. Elite speed and ball skills give him a chance to thrive as a bump-and-run corner capable of shadowing top talent around the field. He allows some separation from off-man but bursts to close distance instantly. He's well-suited for a variety of zone coverages but needs to play with much better zeal and toughness in run support. Stingley will likely measure and test like Marshon Lattimore, Patrick Peterson and Antonio Cromartie (depending on his weight), but he needs to find that breakthrough 2019 form in order to reach his potential as a lockdown cover talent.
                            Strengths
                            • Cornerback prototype with all the measurables in one package.
                            • One of the best athletes in the draft class.
                            • His 2019 tape shows a player with everything a team could want in a CB.
                            • Backpedal is low and smooth.
                            • Long arms and oily hips for press.
                            • Anticipates out-breaking routes and looks to undercut.
                            • Has the swivel-and-sprint to carry vertical targets the distance.
                            • Burst to recover and close distance when beaten.
                            • Congests and walls off downfield catch space.
                            • Springy leaper with sudden hands to dominate 50/50 balls.
                            • Instant plant-and-drive trigger from the top of the drop.
                            • Has size to become a more efficient tackler.

                            Weaknesses
                            • Has played in just 10 games over the past two seasons.
                            • Tape was more good than great in 2020 and 2021.
                            • Coverage was lackadaisical against Auburn in 2020.
                            • Inconsistent finding the football over the last two seasons.
                            • Needs to trust his technique in tight man.
                            • Missing hardcore competitiveness on every snap.
                            • Disappointing run support and tackling at times.
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                            • #15
                              With the 14th pick in the 2022 Orange Huddle Mock Draft, The Baltimore Ravens select Jordan Davis DL Georgia.
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                              The Philadelphia Eagles are now on the clock.

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                              • #16
                                With the 15th pick, the Philadelphia Eagles select:

                                George Karlaftis, Edge Rusher, Purdue

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                                • #17
                                  With the 16th pick, the Philadelphia Eagles select:

                                  Tyler Linderbaum, Center, Iowa

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                                  • #18
                                    With the 17th pick in the 2022 OM (I mean OH) Mock Draft, the Chargers are proud to select:

                                    Trevor Penning, OT, Northern Iowa

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                                    This absolute savage will play RT and form the finest set of young OT bookends in the league (with Slater, who I correctly picked last year), keeping stupid Justin Herbert protected for the next decade.

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                                    • #19
                                      With the 18th pick in the 2022 Orange Huddle Mock Draft, the New Orleans Saints select Matt Corral, QB, Ole Miss.

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                                      6'2" 212 (junior)

                                      Experts disagree, but some have Corral as the top-rated QB in this draft class. Strong arm, incredibly fast release, good mobility and accuracy. Solid work ethic and leadership skills. Coming off an ankle injury at the Sugar Bowl, it was important for him to perform well at his pro day, which he did earlier today.

                                      The Saints are in QB hell, at least at the moment, so this certainly serves a need.





                                      The Philadelphia Eagles are back on the clock.
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                                      • #20
                                        With the 19th pick, the Philadelphia Eagles select:

                                        Drake London, WR, USC

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                                        • #21
                                          With the 20th pick in the 2022 Orange Huddle Mock Draft, the Pittsburgh Steelers proudly select:

                                          Desmond Ridder, QB, Cincinnati

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                                          Height: 6' 03" 3/8
                                          Weight: 211 lbs.
                                          Hand: 10"
                                          Arm: 32" 6/8
                                          40-yard dash: 4.52
                                          Vertical Jump: 36"
                                          Broad Jump: 10' 7"

                                          Overview (by Lance Zierlein of NFL.com)
                                          Four-year starter and four-year winner whose hard work at his craft altered his standing from good college quarterback to early-round draft pick. There is nothing special about Ridder's size or arm talent but his improved confidence and field command has really helped him mature at the position. He plays in rhythm and operates with consistently repeatable footwork and mechanics. He's intelligent and processes quickly, which should help him find where the football needs to go regardless of passing scheme. Getting the ball to NFL targets accurately and safely, however, is not a given. Despite favorable mechanics, his accuracy and ball placement need work and he doesn't have the arm strength or release quickness to consistently survive off-target throws against pro coverage. He can run but is more of a pocket passer who can win with his legs than a true dual-threat quarterback.

                                          BowlenBall's Rationale for the Pick
                                          Desmond Ridder is my 4th-rated quarterback in this draft (behind Corral, Willis, and Pickett respectively), and I have him as the 39th best prospect in this draft overall. However, the Steelers are officially in Quarterback Hell (does anybody really think Mitch Trubisky is the answer?), and have no other choice than to make a reach pick here. Ridder has a high floor, but I'm not sure how high his ceiling is....

                                          Player Comp
                                          Less Political Colin Kaepernick
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                                          • #22
                                            With the 21st and 22nd picks in the 2020 Orange Huddle Mock Draft, MY Green Bay Packers (yes proud owner, can say that) select:

                                            Chris Olave - WR - that school down south

                                            Treylon Burks - WR - Arkansas

                                            With the trade of Adams, and MVS and St Brown both FAs, my WR room only consisted of old man Randall Cobb, Alan Lazard, and Amari Rodgers. Burks gives me a big bodied WR to throw to, and Olave will fill in as the deep threat, and get the ball to him in space, and let him get the RAC.

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                                            • #23
                                              With the 23rd pick the Arizona Cardinals select:

                                              CB TRENT MCDUFFIE, WASHINGTON

                                              Outside of length, McDuffie has everything you could want from a high-end cornerback. At only 5-foot-11, McDuffie plays consistently bigger than his listed size. He's allowed only 16 catches from 36 targets for 111 yards with no scores and five pass breakups.



                                              Mcduffie is a great run filler and willing to stick his nose in there to make a play. Cardinals need that on their back end.


                                              Dallas is otc
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                                              • #24
                                                With the 24th pick the Cowboys select Zion Johnson, OG, Boston College.


                                                The Bills are otc

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                                                • #25
                                                  With the 25th pick, the Bills select Jameson Williams, WR, Alabama

                                                  The Titans are on the clock.

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