LuckAtLuke Final Colts Mock Draft

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Jameis Winston. 1. player. 48. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers draft their future signal caller for years to come in Winston. The former Heisman trophy winner has all the physical tools to become an elite QB for the Bucs, it’s just whether it all clicks between his ears both on and off the field. At either rate, the Bucs should be a whole lot more exciting next season with Winston throwing tight spirals to big wideouts Mike Evans and Vincent Jackson.. Quarterback. Florida State

2. Tennessee Titans

Quarterback. Oregon. Marcus Mariota. 2. player. 35. Whether he actually stays in Tennessee is another story, but Mariota figures to be the pick here either as the Titans new QB or to another QB needy team. Mariota has the arm, intangibles, and athleticism to be an elite quarterback in the NFL, but there are questions of whether he can make a successful transition to a pro style offense.

3. Jacksonville Jaguars

52. Surprise! Surprise! While Leonard Williams is arguably the best player in this entire draft class, the Jaguars opt to take another in-state product instead in Florida’s Dante Fowler Jr. He may not be the best pash rusher from this year’s loaded draft class when it’s all said and done, but he’s probably the safest one to be elite.. Linebacker. Florida. Dante Fowler Jr.. 3. player

4. Oakland Raiders

Alabama. Amari Cooper. 4. player. 28. The Raiders could also go with Leonard Williams here, but he continues his soon-to-be short-lived free fall here. The Raiders desperately need to surround their young QB Derek Carr with some playmakers, and Amari Cooper is arguably the best wideout in this year’s draft, as he’s this year’s most complete pass catcher. He could very well follow in the footsteps of Hall of Famer Tim Brown, as the Raiders next great NFL wideout.. Wide Receiver

5. Washington Redskins

6. New York Jets

The New York Jets know both their strengths and limitations, and if they’re winning football games, it’ll be because of a stout run game. Scherff has pretty much unanimously been declared the best offensive lineman prospect in this year’s draft and can play perhaps 4 positions, and play right away for Gang Green.. Offensive Tackle. Iowa. Brandon Scherff. 6. player. 30

7. Chicago Bears

57. The Chicago Bears desperately need help on the defensive side off the football, but they’ll wait until after this pick. The team traded Brandon Marshall this offseason and could use another big and talented wideout to pair with Alshon Jeffery for the foreseeable future. White is big, fast and has reminded many scouts of Atlanta Falcons superstar wideout Julio Jones.. Wide Receiver. West Virginia. Kevin White. 7. player

8. Atlanta Falcons

The Atlanta Falcons are likely to go pass rusher here, it’s just a matter of which one. With both Gregory and Ray’s off-the-field concerns, the Falcons will take the safer of the two remaining options between Beasley and Bud Dupree. Beasley has the type of unworldy pass rushing speed to really flourish on Atlanta’s home turf and to wreak havoc on opposing quarterbacks.. Linebacker. Clemson. Vic Beasley. 8. player. 44

9. New York Giants

Andrus Peat. 9. player. 31. Giants head coach Tom Coughlin is a “meat and potatoes” kind of guy, and his team has had their best success when they’ve dominated both sides of the trenches. Peat has the athleticism, length, and footwork to be an elite tackle at the next level on either the left or right side and will start right away for the G-Men wherever needed.. Offensive Tackle. Stanford

10. St. Louis Rams

player. 51. With both Scherff and Peat off the board, the Rams will go for the “next best thing” in Miami’s Ereck Flowers at offensive tackle. The talented tackle has been rising up draft boards in recent weeks, as he’s shown impressive athleticism for his 6’6″, 329 pound frame. He’s a bit unpolished as a pass blocker, but should be an immediate asset as a run blocker for the Rams.. Offensive Tackle. Miami (Fla.). Ereck Flowers. 10

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