2016 NFL Mock Draft: Post-Pro Bowl Projections for 1st-Round Prospects

With many of a tip 2016 NFL breeze prospects in Mobile, Alabama, for a Senior Bowl this past week, scouts, coaches and ubiquitous managers were means to take a vital step toward finalizing their breeze boards. 

A few of a performances in Mobile shook adult a opinion for a initial turn of April’s draft. 

Here’s a demeanour during a many new ridicule breeze with a relapse of a few important picks, including dual Senior Bowl stars who are on a rise.  

NFL Mock Draft

Pick
Team
Player
Position
School
1
Tennessee Titans
Laremy Tunsil
OT
Ole Miss
2
Cleveland Browns
Joey Bosa
DE
Ohio State
3
San Diego Chargers
DeForest Buckner
DL
Oregon
4
Dallas Cowboys
Myles Jack
LB
UCLA
5
Jacksonville Jaguars
Jalen Ramsey
DB
Florida State
6
Baltimore Ravens
Ronnie Stanley
OT
Notre Dame
7
San Francisco 49ers
Carson Wentz
QB
North Dakota State
8
Miami Dolphins
Noah Spence
LB
Eastern Kentucky
9
Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Vernon Hargreaves III
CB
Florida
10
New York Giants
Jaylon Smith
LB
Notre Dame
11
Chicago Bears
Reggie Ragland
LB
Alabama
12
New Orleans Saints
Mackensie Alexander
CB
Clemson
13
Philadelphia Eagles
Jared Goff
QB
California
14
Oakland Raiders
Taylor Decker
OT
Ohio State
15
Los Angeles Rams
Corey Coleman
WR
Baylor
16
Detroit Lions
A’Shawn Robinson
DT
Alabama
17
Atlanta Falcons
Shaq Lawson
DE
Clemson
18
Indianapolis Colts
Jack Conklin
OT
Michigan State
19
Buffalo Bills
Kevin Dodd
DE
Clemson
20
New York Jets
Ezekiel Elliott
RB
Ohio State
21
Washington Redskins
Sheldon Rankins
DT
Louisville
22
Houston Texans
Andrew Billings
DT
Baylor
23
Minnesota Vikings
Laquon Treadwell
WR
Ole Miss
24
Cincinnati Bengals
Vernon Butler
DT
Louisiana Tech
25
Pittsburgh Steelers
Eli Apple
CB
Ohio State
26
Seattle Seahawks
Robert Nkemdiche
DL
Ole Miss
27
Green Bay Packers
Darron Lee
LB
Ohio State
28
Kansas City Chiefs
Braxton Miller
WR
Ohio State
29
Arizona Cardinals
Leonard Floyd
LB
Georgia
30
Denver Broncos
Jason Spriggs
OT
Indiana
31
Carolina Panthers
Emmanuel Ogbah
DE
Oklahoma State

Notable Picks

7. San Francisco 49ers: Carson Wentz


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The Carson Wentz hype appurtenance is during full strength after a clever display during a Senior Bowl, though who’s dauntless adequate to play on an fresh quarterback from North Dakota State?

No matter how good Wentz looked during a showcase, there’s no ignoring a fact that he attempted only 612 passes while personification essentially opposite FCS competition. 

One manager who positively isn’t fearful to cruise outward a box is new San Francisco 49ers trainer Chip Kelly. 

If Kelly and a 49ers front bureau like Wentz‘s ability set, they’re a form of classification that would be peaceful to hurl a bones on one of a riskiest prospects in a breeze formed on his poignant upside. 

 

8. Miami Dolphins: Noah Spence


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Noah Spence is another awaiting who significantly towering his breeze batch during a Senior Bowl. 

According to Bleacher Report’s Matt Miller, Spence is “too quick, has too many hook in his pass rush and is too absolute with his hands to be blocked in one-on-one drills.”

The Dolphins might be looking to reinstate free-agent defensive finish Olivier Vernon, who could infer too costly given their formidable payroll conditions after overspending on Ndamukong Suh final offseason. Adding an bomb pass-rusher like Spence on a rookie understanding would make a detriment of Vernon easier to handle. 

Teams positively have questions about Spence’s certain drug tests while during Ohio State, though his participation during a Senior Bowl authorised him to pronounce to teams early in a process.

Assuming a interviews went well, Spence should now be deliberate a first-round close and a clever claimant to arise into a tip 10.

 

13. Philadelphia Eagles: Jared Goff


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New coaches wish new quarterbacks. And when a new manager is a former quarterback, a contingency of him wanting to husband his possess authorization signal-caller are even greater. 

Eagles conduct manager Doug Pederson doesn’t have a final contend in crew moves, though it would mount to reason that a front bureau would strongly cruise his opinion before selecting a new quarterback. 

Jared Goff isn’t an chosen talent, though he’s arguably a many NFL-ready choice in a 2016 breeze category given his accuracy, knowledge and intrepidity in a pocket. 

The hype surrounding Goff’s breeze batch has died down since he wasn’t during a Senior Bowl, though he should recover some movement during a mix in late February. 

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