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The First Ever Multi Mock. Eric Jensen and Brian Willis Revolutionize The Game.

SAN DIEGO, CA - DECEMBER 21: Josh Allen #17 of the Wyoming Cowboys passes the ball during the first half of the Poinsettia Bowl at Qualcomm Stadium on December 21, 2016 in San Diego, California. (Photo by Sean M. Haffey/Getty Images)

With the Combine less than a week away Eric Jensen and Brian Willis wanted a mock draft. Realizing mock drafts were done they came up with an original idea and present it to the public now:

 

Mock drafts are so predictable. Written by no name no face nobodies in the middle of the industrial NFL media complex. “How could we improve the outcome of our drafts?” Brian Willis and Eric Jensen came up with a solution: a two man mock draft, alternating picks. Brian drew the odd picks and Eric drew the even picks. Thus they flew, flew away and created the next great thing in mock drafts: multi person mock drafts. Suck it football complex were different! Enjoy.



  1. Cleveland, Saquon Barkley, RB PSU

  2. New York Giants  Josh Rosen QB UCLA

  3. Indianapolis Bradley Chubb, EDGE NC State

  4. Cleveland (from Tex) Josh Allen QB Wyoming

  5. Denver Sam Darnold QB USC

  6. New York Jets Baker Mayfield QB Oklahoma

  7. Tampa Bay Derrius Guice RB LSU

  8. Chicago Calvin Ridley WR Alabama

  9. San Fran Quenton Nelson G ND

  10. Oakland Roquan Smith LB Georgia

  11. Miami Billy Price G Ohio State

  12. Cincinnati Orlando Brown OT Oklahoma

  13. Washington Derwin James S Florida State

  14. Green Bay Josh Jackson CB Iowa

  15. Arizona Courtland Sutton WR SMU  

  16. Baltimore James Washington WR Oklahoma State

  17. LA Chargers Connor Williams OT Texas

  18. Seattle Mike McGlinchey OT Notre Dame

  19. Dallas Vita Vea NT Washington

  20. Detroit  Tremaine Edmunds LB Virginia Tech

  21. Buffalo Lamar Jackson QB Louisville

  22. Buffalo (from KC)  Ronnie Harrison S Alabama

  23. LA Rams Rashaan Evans LB Alabama

  24. Carolina Auden Tate WR FSU

  25. Tennessee Harold Landry EDGE Boston College

  26. Atlanta Jaire Alexander CB Louisville

  27. New Orleans Dallas Goedert TE South Dakota State

  28. Pittsburgh Maurice Hurst DL Michigan

  29. Jacksonville Mike Gesicki TE Penn State

  30. Minnesota Denzel Ward CB Ohio State

  31. New England Isaiah Oliver CB Colorado

  32. Philadelphia Isaiah Wynn OL Georgia


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