Mock with Trades

Using the ProFootball network draft simulator I received the following haul. I would be very happy with this draft if it came to fruition.

@5 Adrian Hutchinson

@8 Charles Cross after a trade with ATL for their 8th and 43rd. I gave up 7th and 67th, They drafted Kenyon Green and Bryce Hall.

@43rd I drafted Isaiah Spiller. A between the tackler mauler with upside in the passing game. I'm assuming a trade of Saquon.

@36 trade with steelers for our 36th and their 225th. They drafted Sam Howell and Emeka Emezie. I received their 52nd this year and their 2023 2nd round pick.

@52 I drafted Zion Johnson.

@81 I took a flyer on Desmond ridder, QB from Cincinnati.

@109 Nik Bonitto. Edge from Oklahoma. Tweener who can rush off the edge or play in space. Plus Athlete.

@ 146 Dare Rosenthal - OT Kentucky. A mauler who I think can transition to guard. He's a bit tall at 6.7 but weighs 327. He's at least a jumbo tackle in obvious run situations in year 1.

@ 171 Christian Watson a WR from North Dakota State. 6.5 208lbs. who ran an official 4.44 in HS. Quick acceleration and proven ability to separate at all three levels. Comparison sto Michael Thomas. Had over 35% of his teams receiving yards, next closest in the 200s. Along with 7 TDs

@181 Tyler Badiie- RB Missouri- Change of pace back with good hands and over 46 runs of 10 or more yards. Also had multiple runs of over 40 yards. At 5.8 194, he may be limited to a 3rd down role. I get Dave Meggett Vibes (on the field, not the sexual assault kind).

I received arguably the best pass rusher in this draft and trench meat for the OL. Ridder is competition for DJ and offers some intriguing upside. How'd I do? Christian Watson is someone I'm very intrigued with. 6.4 and 6.5 on the outside with Toney in the slot. I'm fine with Price at center. He only gave up 1 sack all year and I don't recall any bad snaps. Dumpster fire at both guards spots. I'll give him one additional season.

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