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Arnoldo the Average's Top 10 Mock
By Jason Arnold
Special to gzl-football.com

1.1 - Indianapolis Colts - Trae Waynes, CB, Michigan State


1.2 - Philadelphia Eagles - Amari Cooper, WR, Alabama

He's going WR. It's between Cooper and ODB Jr. and Cooper gets the slight nod based on his size.

1.3 - New England Patriots - Brandon Scherff, OT, Iowa

He's essentially the same player as Bonaventure Royer but, more pro-ready and refined. They need a franchise RT. Here you go.

1.4 - New Orleans Saints - Bonaventure Royer, OT, Georgia

I don't know why, but I think the Saints will either trade for a QB or develop one later in the draft. RT Nate Solder has been awful the last four seasons and if you're going to bring in a new QB or try to groom one, you want him standing upright - typically.

1.5 - Cincinnati Bengals - Odell Beckham Jr, WR, LSU

The Bengals only have three WRs on their roster and none of them appear very good. They need a legit number one guy. Here you go.

1.6 - Indianapolis Colts - Randy Gregory, DE/OLB, Nebraska

This mock pick will be made with the thought and hope in mind that they land OT Luke Joekel in Free Agency. The Colts would like to upgrade WR but, aren't going to reach on a lesser prospect just because. The Colts are one of the few teams that play a 3-4 defense and Gregory would make an exceptional pass rusher to pair with last years' third round pick and surprise, Junior Rivers.

1.7 - Miami Dolphins - Anthony Barr, OLB, UCLA

It was neck and neck between he and Fowler for this pick. But, Barr has +1 SPD, +4 AWR, has a significantly better catch rating(turnovers win games), and +5 injury rating which makes it acceptable to bypass the -1 ACC and -1 TKL. He's also two inches taller.

1.8 - Baltimore Ravens - Jeremy Hill, HB, LSU

Really close between he and Gurley. Overall, I think the power Hill brings along with a 90 carry rating is too good to pass on. Plus, his size will translate well in the engine.

1.9 - Seattle Seahawks - Andrus Peat, OT, Stanford

They have a solid RT already, but he's getting up there in age and years played and no one capable of taking over for him. They can develop him on the easier LT position and move him to RT when Okung hangs it up or regresses.

1.10 - New England Patriots - Ulysses Moore, WR, Georgia Tech

His hands will need some real work. But, he's a big bodied WR that will be able to get up to 95 SPD. 6'4, 95 SPD, and 230+lb frame should be very intriguing to some teams.
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