Greg Gabriel NFL Mock Draft

Last Updated: Apr 25
Jared GoffQBCalifornia
I have talked to many personnel people and coaches and the feeling I get is that coaches favor Goff. Jeff Fisher has final say in who is drafted and so I will go with the young Californian.
Carson WentzQBNorth Dakota State
I think that the Eagles wanted Wentz all along as he is the best upside of the two quarterbacks.
Laremy TunsilOTOle Miss
This could very well be a defensive pick but for now the Chargers get a player who can help keep Philip Rivers on his feet.
Joey BosaDEOhio State
A week ago I would have gone with Myles Jack, but with both Randy Gregory and DeMarcus Lawrence getting suspended, the Cowboys donít have a pass rusher.
Jalen RamseyCBFlorida State
Davis Caldwell adds another strong player to the defensive side of the ball
Ronnie StanleyOTNotre Dame
The selection not only fills a need, but gives the Ravens the best player available.
If there wasnít a question about Jack's knee, he may have gone a few slot higher.
Ezekiel ElliottRBOhio State
*Predicted trade with Dolphins* Miami trades back up to their original slot to get the best running back in this class.
Hargreaves is from the Tampa area so this will be a very popular selection in the Tampa Bay area. And by the way, it also fills an important need.
Jack ConklinOTMichigan State
The Giants took care of defense in free agency, now itís time to protect Eli Manning. Conklin can play on the right or left side.
The Bears canít believe that Buckner falls all the way to them. It gives them the athletic 5 technique they need.
Sheldon RankinsDTLouisville
Rankins gives the Saints a versatile defensive lineman who can be an explosive inside pass rusher.
Paxton LynchQBMemphis
*Predicted trade with Browns* Lynch gives the Browns a legitimate quarterback prospect but coming from a simple spread offense, he will need some time.
Reggie RaglandILBAlabama
Personally I feel this is too high for Ragland, but the Raiders are said to be enthralled with his traits.
Taylor DeckerOTOhio State
The Titans would have selected a tackle had they stayed at one, Decker is the best on available.
Shaq LawsonDEClemson
Lawson gives the Lions another edge pass rusher to compliment Ziggy Ansah.
Darron LeeOLBOhio State
Lee is in the mold of Myles Jack, an athletic versatile playmaker.
Eli AppleCBOhio State
The Colts would prefer an O-Linemen, but the top ones are gone. Apple gives them a tall, long corner who matches up well against the taller receivers in the league.
Kevin DoddDEClemson
With Mario Williams gone, the Bills have a strong need for an edge rusher. Dodd gives them an excellent replacement.
The Jets would prefer a quarterback, but there is not one worth taking at this time.
Robinson has the versatility to play the 5-tech or on the nose.
Coming from the Baylor offense, Coleman isnít the most polished receiver, but he has by far the most talent.
Doctson is the most ready to play receiver in this draft class. He can help the Vikings right away.
Jarran ReedDTAlabama
Reed will be an excellent complement to Geno Atkins in the Bengals front four.
The Steelers have don an inordinate amount of work on corners. Alexander is the best corner available.
Chris JonesDTMississippi State
Jones is a bit raw, but has tremendous upside. The Seahawks can afford to wait on that talent.
Emmanuel OgbahEDGEOklahoma State
Ogbah can play OLB or at the 5-tech in the Green Bay defense. He is one of the better natural pass rushers in this draft.
Artie BurnsCBMiami (FL)
Burns replaces Sean Smith who was lost to the Raiders in free agency.
Ryan KellyCAlabama
Kelly is the highest rated interior offensive lineman in the draft. Can play center or guard and will start right away.
Vernon ButlerDTLouisiana Tech
The Panthers would love to take a corner here, but there are none rated high enough to take at this time.
Connor CookQBMichigan State
Denver doesnít have a quarterback who is good enough to start in the NFL. Cook is by far the best quarterback left on the board and has starter traits.