5 Round NFL Mock Draft: And The Chargers Select…

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QB TEDDY BRIDGEWATER
HOUSTON TEXANS
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OT JAKE MATTHEWS
ST. LOUIS RAMS
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DE JADEVEON CLOWNEY
JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS
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QB BLAKE BORTLES
CLEVELAND BROWNS
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OLB ANTHONY BARR
OAKLAND RAIDERS
6
DE STEPHON TUITT
ATLANTA FALCONS
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TE AUSTIN SEFERIAN-JENKINS
TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS
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WR SAMMY WATKINS
MINNESOTA VIKINGS
9
OT GREG ROBINSON
BUFFALO BILLS
10
WR MIKE EVANS
DETROIT LIONS
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OLB KHALIL MACK
TENNESSEE TITANS
12
CB DARQUEZE DENNARD
NEW YORK GIANTS
13
OLB KYLE VAN NOY
ST. LOUIS RAMS
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DT WILL SUTTON
CHICAGO BEARS
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OT CYRUS KOUANDJIO
PITTSBURGH STEELERS
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DT LOUIS NIX III
DALLAS COWBOYS
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WR JORDAN MATTHEWS
BALTIMORE RAVENS
18
WR ALLEN ROBINSON
NEW YORK JETS
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OT TAYLOR LEWAN
MIAMI DOLPHINS
20
QB JOHNNY MANZIEL
ARIZONA CARDINALS
21
TE ERIC EBRON
GREEN BAY PACKERS
22
ILB C.J. MOSLEY
PHILADELPHIA EAGLES
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WR MARQISE LEE
KANSAS CITY CHIEFS
24
C TRAVIS SWANSON
CINCINNATI BENGALS
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CB JASON VERRETT
SAN DIEGO CHARGERS
26
G DAVID YANKEY
CLEVELAND BROWNS
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OLB RYAN SHAZIER
NEW ORLEANS SAINTS
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OT JA’WUAN JAMES
CAROLINA PANTHERS
29
DT TIMMY JERNIGAN
NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS
30
WR KELVIN BENJAMIN
SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS
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WR ODELL BECKHAM JR.
DENVER BRONCOS
32
OT ANTONIO RICHARDSON
SEATTLE SEAHAWKS
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G CYRIL RICHARDSON
HOUSTON TEXANS
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S HA’SEAN CLINTON-DIX
WASHINGTON REDSKINS
35
RB TRE MASON
CLEVELAND BROWNS
36
QB DEREK CARR
OAKLAND RAIDERS
37
OG ZACK MARTIN
ATLANTA FALCONS
38
DE KONY EALY
TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS
39
RB LACHE SEASTRUNK
JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS
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CB BRADLEY ROBY
MINNESOTA VIKINGS
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TE JACE AMARO
BUFFALO BILLS
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DT RA’SHEDE HAGEMAN
TENNESSEE TITANS
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ILB SHAYNE SKOV
NEW YORK GIANTS
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CB JUSTIN GILBERT
ST. LOUIS RAMS
45
CB LOUCHEIZ PURIFOY
DETROIT LIONS
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DE TRENT MURPHY
PITTSBURGH STEELERS
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DE MICHAEL SAM
DALLAS COWBOYS
48
C WESTON RICHBURG
BALTIMORE RAVENS
49
RB KA’DEEM CAREY
NEW YORK JETS
50
OT JACK MEWHORT
MIAMI DOLPHINS
51
S LAMARCUS JOYNER
CHICAGO BEARS
52
OLB JEREMIAH ATTAOCHU
ARIZONA CARDINALS
53
S CALVIN PRYOR
GREEN BAY PACKERS
54
CB KYLE FULLER
PHILADELPHIA EAGLES
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ILB CHRISTIAN JONES
CINCINNATI BENGALS
56
WR DAVANTE ADAMS
SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS
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DT DANIEL MCCULLERS
SAN DIEGO CHARGERS
58
ILB CHRIS BORLAND
NEW ORLEANS SAINTS
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G GABE JACKSON
INDIANAPOLIS COLTS
60
WR BRANDIN COOKS
CAROLINA PANTHERS
61
CB AARON COLVIN
SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS
62
TE RICHARD RODGERS
NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS
63
CB JAYLEN WATKINS
DENVER BRONCOS
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WR PAUL RICHARDSON
SEATTLE SEAHAWKS
65
RB BISHOP SANKEY
HOUSTON TEXANS
66
OT CAMERON FLEMING
WASHINGTON REDSKINS
67
DE CHRIS SMITH
OAKLAND RAIDERS
68
DT AARON DONALD
ATLANTA FALCONS
69
WR JARVIS LANDRY
NEW YORK JETS
70
QB ZACH METTENBERGER
JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS
71
CB MARCUS ROBERSON
CLEVELAND BROWNS
72
DT EGO FERGUSON
MINNESOTA VIKINGS
73
S ED REYNOLDS
BUFFALO BILLS
74
OLB ADRIAN HUBBARD
NEW YORK GIANTS
75
QB A.J. MCCARRON
ST. LOUIS RAMS
76
OLB DEE FORD
DETROIT LIONS
77
CB E.J. GAINES
SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS
78
OG XAVIER SU’A-FILO
DALLAS COWBOYS
79
OT MORGAN MOSES
BALTIMORE RAVENS
80
TE TROY NIKLAS
NEW YORK JETS
81
CB ANTONE EXUM
MIAMI DOLPHINS
82
DT KELCY QUARLES
CHICAGO BEARS
83
WR BRANDON COLEMAN
CLEVELAND BROWNS
84
OT JAMES HURST
ARIZONA CARDINALS
85
C MARCUS MARTIN
GREEN BAY PACKERS
86
S DEONE BUCANNON
PHILADELPHIA EAGLES
87
TE ARTHUR LYNCH
KANSAS CITY CHIEFS
88
WR JARED ABBREDERIS
CINCINNATI BENGALS
89
DE JACKSON JEFFCOAT
SAN DIEGO CHARGERS
90
DE ED STINSON
INDIANAPOLIS COLTS
91
WR DONTE MONCRIEF
NEW ORLEANS SAINTS
92
OG ANTHONY STEEN
CAROLINA PANTHERS
93
DT DAQUAN JONES
NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS
94
DE GEORGE UKO
SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS
95
S CRAIG LOSTON
DENVER BRONCOS
96
QB TAJH BOYD
MINNESOTA VIKINGS
97
OLB CARL BRADFORD
HOUSTON TEXANS
98
OG TRAI TURNER
WASHINGTON REDSKINS
99
OLB MORGAN BRESLIN
ATLANTA FALCONS
100
OLB PRINCE SHEMBO
TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS
101
OT AUSTIN WENTWORTH
JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS
102
C TYLER LARSEN
CLEVELAND BROWNS
103
WR JALEN SAUNDERS
OAKLAND RAIDERS
104
ILB YAWIN SMALLWOOD
MINNESOTA VIKINGS
105
OG BRANDON THOMAS
BUFFALO BILLS
106
S KENNY LADLER
ST. LOUIS RAMS
107
WR DEVIN STREET
DETROIT LIONS
108
C BRYAN STORK
TENNESSEE TITANS
109
S JONATHAN DOWLING
NEW YORK GIANTS
110
TE C.J. FIEDOROWICZ
JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS
111
OT SEANTREL HENDERSON
NEW YORK JETS
112
OG RONALD PATRICK
MIAMI DOLPHINS
113
OLB TELVIN SMITH
CHICAGO BEARS
114
DT DOMINIQUE EASLEY
PITTSBURGH STEELERS
115
RB ANDRE WILLIAMS
DALLAS COWBOYS
116
OT JOEL BITONIO
ARIZONA CARDINALS
117
WR CODY LATIMER
GREEN BAY PACKERS
118
DT ANTHONY JOHNSON
PHILADELPHIA EAGLES
119
S DION BAILEY
CINCINNATI BENGALS
120
ILB MAX BULLOUGH
KANSAS CITY CHIEFS
121
RB CARLOS HYDE
SAN DIEGO CHARGERS
122
S AHMAD DIXON
NEW ORLEANS SAINTS
123
OG RYAN GROY
CLEVELAND BROWNS
124
WR MICHAEL CAMPANARO
CAROLINA PANTHERS
125
DT DANNY SHELTON
SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS
126
OG CHRIS WATT
NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS
127
C RUSSELL BODINE
DENVER BRONCOS
128
CB KEITH MCGILL
SEATTLE SEAHAWKS
129
RB CHARLES SIMS
HOUSTON TEXANS
130
CB TERRANCE MITCHELL
WASHINGTON REDSKINS
131
WR ROBERT HERRON
TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS
132
RB MARION GRICE
JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS
133
DE TREVOR REILLY
CLEVELAND BROWNS
134
DE MARCUS SMITH
SEATTLE SEAHAWKS
135
DE SCOTT CRICHTON
ATLANTA FALCONS
136
DE DEMARCUS LAWRENCE
MINNESOTA VIKINGS
137
QB BRETT SMITH
BUFFALO BILLS
138
RB JEREMY HILL
JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS
139
QB DAVID FALES
TENNESSEE TITANS
140
S TRE BOSTON
NEW YORK GIANTS
141
DT JUSTIN ELLIS
ST. LOUIS RAMS
142
CB SHAQUILLE RICHARDSON
NEW YORK JETS
143
QB JIMMY GAROPPOLO
MIAMI DOLPHINS
144
CB KENDALL JAMES
CHICAGO BEARS
145
QB AARON MURRAY
PITTSBURGH STEELERS
146
WR MARTAVIS BRYANT
DALLAS COWBOYS
147
P RICHIE LEONE
JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS
148
TE JACOB PEDERSEN
ARIZONA CARDINALS
149
CB BASHAUD BREELAND
GREEN BAY PACKERS
150
OLB CHRISTIAN KIRKSEY
PHILADELPHIA EAGLES
151
WR DAMIAN COPELAND
KANSAS CITY CHIEFS
152
OLB BOSEKO LOKOMBO
CINCINNATI BENGALS
153
RB DE’ANTHONY THOMAS
SAN DIEGO CHARGERS
154
RB JAMES WHITE
INDIANAPOLIS COLTS
155
CB ANDRE HAL
NEW ORLEANS SAINTS
156
DE JEOFFREY PAGAN
CAROLINA PANTHERS
157
WR MIKE DAVIS
PHILADELPHIA EAGLES
158
RB STORM JOHNSON
SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS
159
CB L.J. JONES
DENVER BRONCOS
160
WR JEREMY GALLON
SEATTLE SEAHAWKS

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  • ioane

    I like the Verrett, Jeffcoat and Hyde pick but I hate the McCullers pick.

    We also need a WR and an OL.

    WR’s like Martavious Bryant, Donte Moncrief, Davante Adams, Cooks are all solid options.

  • ioane

    6’8 NT won’t have too much success in the NFL. A NT needs to be able to play with leverage, I like my Nose tackles in the 6’1-6’2 range and at about the 315-335lb range.

    Thomas would also be a fun pick up, but I rather use a 6th round pick on a guy like Dri Archer and use the 5th on an OT like Billy Turner.

    • blu3ny3llow

      McCullers is pretty good for his big-o size space eater….but wouldn’t mind Beau Allen from Wisconsin… 6’3″ 325

    • http://boltbeat.com/ Ernie Padaon

      Dude is tall, but he knows how to use that body. Imagine how many balls he could knock down

  • ioane

    Here’s my Mock:

    1. Verrett CB
    2. Donte Moncrief WR
    3. Aaron Lynch OLB
    4. Carlos Hyde or Marion Grice RB
    5. Billy Turner LT
    6. Dri Archer
    7. Elhadji Ndiaye OLB

  • Aaron Johnson

    Too early to even consider a Mock draft. Looks as good as anyone else’s mock at this point though

    • Conor Cahill

      How? Its the offseason.

      • Guest

        Draft is in april. Some guys will get injured before now and then. Trades will also be made etc. Its way to early

        • boltingindiego

          its in may they postponed it this year and it might be a permanent switch.

      • Aaron Johnson

        Its in april. Some players will get injured before that. Teams will also make trades or fill needs in FA. How is it not too early?

        • blu3ny3llow

          Its in May….n that’s the point of a “Mock” draft…it for fun u should try it

        • Conor Cahill

          You can always change the mock. Thats the point. Its just to get thinking about it and for fun. Theres not much else going on with the Chargers right now anyways.

          • Aaron Johnson

            I sometimes forget most people are fans of a team not the sport. Guess I am the strange one based on these comments. In any event, I can pretty much predict all of these Mocks are wrong

        • Stefanie Smith

          Doing mock drafts now–whether it changes or not are helpful because you can at least know who to pay attention to or see how he did at the Combine. Sure, things will change and new players might drop and some with rise, but that is the draft. You start out rough and keep working it.

          I didn’t like talking draft when the season was still going because it looked like fans were giving up when the team had not (they were trying hard to make a playoff run) But it’s the off season. This makes it one step closer to starting time once again. Heck, we start counting the days to OTAs, camp, preseason and season opener in May.

          • Aaron Johnson

            You should watch college, its a much more accurate way to see who will be good at the NFL level. The combine builds hype based on 40 times, bench press etc but does little to show actual football ability. I often tell people the combine is how you create busts, build a guys stock up based on things that dont always matter on a football field. The good drills, for instance, are QB throwing routes to receivers they have never thrown to. That shows the ability to adjust to a player quickly and lets you know if the QB throws to his receivers or if he throws to the open space (usually the way you would coach a QB to throw). I get your point as a Charger fan but playoffs and SB still havent completed so as a football fan, i dont know… still too early to me

          • Conor Cahill

            I watch college football in order to make my mocks. Doesnt mean the combine doesnt matter or isnt interesting. In season or not, the draft is always something to be looking at, and if TT is paying attention to it, then its interesting to me.

          • Derek

            Tell that to nagata or donatari poe

          • Nick in PB

            Stefanie, you made a great point about doing the mocks and then watching how those players do in the combine. Some won’t participate, usually the higher round, sure thing type of players. Some will see their stock rise, some fall. Aaron makes a good point too about how the combine creates busts. I think that Tolesco watches game film more than uses the combine times. If you watch how he talked about his picks, you could tell he made them because of how they played the game rather than what the combine told him about them.

          • http://www.BoltBeat.com/ Peter Thompson

            Great comments Nick (as usual). Personally, I take a back seat when these mock drafts start flying. It reminds me of how everyone gets all gung-ho about Fantasy Football, and then you finally get to stop hearing about it NON-STOP from your friends when the season ends… LOL. Some mocks are reasonable, and others just seem WAY off. It’s fun to watch highlight reels & stuff, to see who’s out there. But, that’s where the fascination ends for me, until about the time when Free Agency starts, and the draft is around the corner. Then I start handpicking prospects to write about.. after the picture is much clearer. Nobody ever seems to come close anyway, even up to a week before the draft. Not that I am against people having fun with it… I just get burned out on it very quickly… and by the time the draft is done… I am thanking the LAWD that we can start talking about who we actually picked, and other things.

          • Nick in PB

            I hear you Pete and thanks… I guess I’m just anxious for football talk and who the Chargers could use. With every mock draft, I look the player up so I can get more familiar with him. I only watch Mizzou and SDSU college games so I am only truly familiar with those teams and some of the players they play against. For instance, Mizzou’s Michael Sam and EJ Gains would be great for the Chargers in the later rounds (2nd rounders). Especially Gains (CB) he’s tough, can cover and can tackle.

  • blu3ny3llow

    If only the football gods would let this happen….would be great…need some OL depth though

  • Conor Cahill

    Heres mine:
    1. CB Justin Gilbert
    2. G Gabe Jackson
    3. WR Brandon Coleman
    4. DT Anthony Johnson (i know hes a 4-3, but he was the best player available by far, and i trust our coaching staff to put talented players in a position to succeed.)
    5. CB Keith McGill

    • http://www.BoltBeat.com/ Peter Thompson

      Not bad. I like that, if it were to happen.

  • Julien Bélair

    it depends of how the draft goes but I honestly could see TT draft a WR in the first round. Lets be honest we have nobody except KA. But we could also draft OLB, DT, CB even G. I think BPA will be the key but just dont count WR out right away.

    • http://boltbeat.com/ Ernie Padaon

      Agree… Just depends on who is available.

  • micah

    I say switch mccullers to the third and get kyle van noy in the second. Mccullers might be avalable in the third because depending on how he tests and they migh worry about his height that he wouldn’t be able to get good leverage but that’s not a big deal.

    • http://boltbeat.com/ Ernie Padaon

      Van Noy wasn’t available in the 2nd

  • chas territo

    Terrible mock draft, especially who you have Buffalo selecting in rounds 1,2,3! The Bills grab either EBRON or MACK at #9!! Will not disrespect myself by going further!! GO BILLS!!

    • http://boltbeat.com/ Ernie Padaon

      Ummm… Like I said, I didnt make those picks

  • Will

    THANK YOU!! FINALLY!! Jason Verrett is the best corner in the draft, if rather have him than Gilbert, dennard, etc. would be an awesome pick.

  • Rob Base


    Check out this dude Ernie.

  • ioane

    I like Beau Allen too. He really made some strides when they switched to the 34 and played him at Nose. We also have Jerideau who I think is a sleeper to be our NT. I would draft Beau in the later round and team him up with Jerideau.

    Ngata 6’4 340
    Poe 6’4 346
    Jamal Williams 6’3 348
    Raji 6’2 337
    Wilfork 6’2 325

    Big difference from 6’8.

  • shane

    wow fanspeak is awesome! my draft, which if it played out like this I’d be pretty friggin stoked!
    1. CB Dennard MSU
    2. DE Kony Ealy MIZZOU
    3. RB Andre Williams BC
    4. DT Danny Shelton WU
    5. SS Vinnie Sunseri Alabama
    6. WR Cody Hoffman BYU
    7. WR L’Damian Washington Mizzou

    I basically LOVE every one of these picks. Dennard is a potential shutdown guy. Ealy a stud athlete who can match up w/ingram to heat up the pocket. Williams, imagine that two headed monster w/mathews, at 6’0 227 more than capable of carrying load if rm24 goes down. shelton big inside ready to be the jamal williams we’ve been yearning for. Sunseri, a smart SS to pair w/weddle, and possibly my two favorite picks in hoffman and washington two BIG and ATHLETIC options for philip, he loves the jump ball, if just one of these guys pans out, put him opposite of Keenan and shoot…our team is tight!!! k, i’m getting too excited thinking about the immediate impact this draft would bring

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  • Jordan Denning

    I would be ok with this, considering the last player we drafted in the first round from TCU worked out pretty well……

  • george

    heres my mock draft from fansided

    1st Round : CB Justin Gilbert
    2nd Round : Trent Murphy
    3rd Round : Daquan Jones
    4th Round : JAckson Jeffcoat

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