It may be the home stretch for the NFL regular season, but with the college season entering its exciting bowl phase, the mock drafts are heating up. Here's a look at Mock Draft 1.0 from some of the BBS crew:
1: Cleveland Browns
Will: Myles Garrett, DE, Texas A&M. Simply put, the draft's most prolific player goes to the team that needs help at EVERY position. QB is a strong possibility here, but a weak draft class enables them to snag Garrett here and get their signal caller with the second pick...if they don't deal it for Garoppolo.
Donald: Myles Garrett, DE, Texas A&M. The Browns need a lot at just about every position, but going Garrett here is the best pick possible. I wouldn't be suprised to see Jonathan Allen here, but with sacks ruling defensive ends nowadays, Garrett should be the pick.
Mully: Myles Garrett, DE, Texas A&M. The Browns need a quarterback. But given that there isn't a quarterback in this draft class that really should go #1 overall, the Browns will just draft the most talented player. Garrett is faster than Alabama end Jonathan Allen and he is able to get to the quarterback more.
2: San Francisco 49ers
Will: Jonathan Allen, DE, Alabama. This is the selection that no one talks about, because of the 49ers' blatant need for a QB. But Trent Baalke has never shied away from taking the best player available, and here, that's Allen.
Donald: Mitch Trubisky, QB, UNC. The 49ers are terrible, simply put. They need help everywhere and what better place to start than the guy who touches the ball every play on offense? Trubisky has a big arm, he's very accurate and is what the Browns need for a franchise QB.
Mully: Jonathan Allen, DE, Alabama. Though I was tempted to go Quarterback for this pick as well, I think the 49ers are going to address that need via free agency or trade (Romo, Garoppolo, or Cutler). The 49ers then go with the next most talented player in the draft in Allen who has arguably been College football's best defensive player.
3: Jacksonville Jaguars
Will: Leonard Fournette, RB, LSU. Don't be fooled by this season: the Jaguars are a young, talented team ready to burst on the scenes in the near future. Fournette is the BPA and will instantly help a stagnant Jags offense.
Donald: Jonathan Allen, DE, Alabama. Jonathan Allen was without a doubt the best defensive player in college football this year. He's disruptive with an insane motor and can really help a BAD Jaguars defense.
Mully: Dalvin Cook, RB, FSU. Jacksonville's running game has been a hot mess this season. After Fournette refused to suit up for LSU's bowl game I have him dropping down the draft board. Dalvin Cook is an extremely talented back who was consistent all 4 years at FSU. He is a faster back then Fournette and will provide Bortles with a great option to throw to if he finds himself under pressure.
4: Chicago Bears
Will: DeShone Kizer, QB, Notre Dame. Assuming they don't trade this pick for Garoppolo (more likely than you may think), Kizer is their guy. He's played excellent college ball nearby, and has an excellent combination of arm strength and mobility.
Donald: Jabrill Peppers, ATH, Michigan. Jabrill Peppers is going to set the combine ablaze and it's going to be awesome to watch but there are still questions about him. Is he going to be a linebacker or transition to safety? Is he big enough? I think Jabrill is an outstanding playmaker that the Bears will love to have on their team.
Mully: Deshaun Watson, QB, Clemson. With the Bears ready to move on from Jay Cutler this off-season, I think they go Quarterback here. Watson ended his season on a very good note, he's a winner, and he's probably the most athletically gifted Quarterback in this draft class.
5: New York Jets
Will: Jabrill Peppers, OLB/S, Michigan. The Jets are the Jets, so it wouldn't be surprising to see them blow things up by taking a QB. Fournette would certainly be the call here if available, but here they'll take a flier on Peppers' Swiss Army Knife versatility.
Donald: Leonard Fournette, RB, LSU. The Jets need a QB, but they still have two young guys in Bryce Petty and Christian Hackenburg so I don't think they go that direction here but, I do think they take Fournette to beef up a struggling offense.
Mully: Jabrill Peppers, ATH, Michigan. In the past few weeks, the Jets have been torched by opposing Tight Ends. The Jets don't have many playmakers on that defense anymore and I can definitely see them trying to change that with this pick. Peppers can play Linebacker, Safety, maybe even Cornerback too. Just seems like a Todd Bowles type of player.
6: Tennessee Titans (from Rams)
Will: Jalen "Teez" Tabor, CB, Florida. This pick will almost certainly be on the defensive side of the ball, and cornerback is Tennessee's biggest position of need. Enter Tabor, who is looking to be the next in a long line of prolific Gator corners in the NFL.
Donald: Marlon Humphrey, CB, Alabama. There is a toss-up of who the best corner in the draft is this year between Humphrey and Tabor but I go Humphreys because he's bigger and has absolutely outstanding ball skills.
Mully: Jalen Tabor, CB, Florida. Tabor is probably the most talented cornerback in this draft. He is a playmaker that the Titans need in their secondary. However, I wouldn't be surprised if they went for Reuben Foster here either.
7: Carolina Panthers
Will: Mike Williams, WR, Clemson. Cornerback is by far the Panthers' biggest need, but with Tabor off the board, I think they'll look to give Cam another weapon. Like Kelvin Benjamin, Williams is a tall, talented receiver who should help restore Cam to MVP form.
Donald: Cam Robinson, Alabama. I could see this pick going to get another weapon for Cam Newton but the Panthers need to protect Cam so he can throw to the weapons he already has.
Mully: Cordrea Tankersly, CB, Clemson. The Panthers DESPERATELY need a Cornerback to help that defense return to it's 2015 form. Tankersly is a big, physical, and athletic. He has the talent to allow that front 7 to get to opposing Quarterbacks for years to come.
8: New Orleans Saints
Will: Marlon Humphrey, CB, Alabama. Drew Brees and company get some much-needed help on the defensive side of the ball. The question becomes whether Humphrey can shake the negative perception of Bama corners in the NFL.
Donald: Reuben Foster, LB, Alabama. Reuben Foster might be the most feared linebacker in college football right now. He flies to the ball, is willing to take somebodies head off, and loves to play football. He's perfect for what the Saints need on a terrible defense.
Mully: Reuben Foster, LB, Alabama. New Orleans would be fine drafting at ANY defensive position here. They go with the best College Linebacker in the country, who was an anchor on that Tide defense for a few years.
9: Cleveland Browns (from Eagles)
Will: Mitch Trubisky, QB, North Carolina. Two top-10 selections give Cleveland their chance to land their preferred QB, even at 9. Trubisky is seen as the most NFL-ready arm in the class, and unless a Garoppolo trade is imminent, he'll get the keys to the kingdom (more like a shack).
Donald: Deshone Kizer, QB, Notre Dame. Kizer in this draft has the highest ceiling. He isn't the most NFL ready but, if he maximize his potential, you're looking at a guy with a rocket arm, who's extremely accurate and can use his feet if needed.
Mully: Mitch Trubisky, QB, UNC. Cleveland needs a Quarterback that will be ready to take the reigns as soon as possible. Trubisky is probably the closest one to being NFL ready. He has size, athleticism, and he doesn't turn the ball over a lot.
10: San Diego Chargers
Will: Malik Hooker, S, Ohio State. Hooker is one of the fastest-rising commodities, but it's no sure thing he'll declare for the draft this year. If he does, however, San Diego is a prime candidate to snag him to replace Eric Weddle, who they've sorely missed.
Donald: Mike Williams, WR, Clemson. With little-to-no consistency at the wide reciver position, taking Williams this pick who's a big bodied, fast reciever can give Phillip Rivers a much needed weapon.
Mully: Corey Davis, WR, WMU. San Diego needs to get a playmaker at wide receiver due to Keenan Allen's horrible luck on the injury front. Davis is a stud who brings good size and speed to the table who probably has the biggest "big play" threat in this class.
11: Arizona Cardinals
Will: Deshaun Watson, QB, Clemson. Once considered to be a de facto No. 1 overall pick, Watson has slid even in a weak QB class. But Carson Palmer is winding down his career, and the Cardinals need to get their franchise guy to surround what is a Super Bowl-caliber team at basically every other position.
Donald: Deshaun Watson, QB, Clemson. With Carson Palmer being 37, it's time to look for the heir to the throne and Watson fits the bill. His a great passer with mobility only question is if he can take care of the ball consistently.
Mully: DeShone Kizer, QB, Notre Dame. The Cardinals prepare for life without Carson Palmer by picking the third best Quarterback in this class. I'm not big on Kizer despite his athleticism, size, and arm strength. He doesn't seem to be a winner and I think he makes a lot of questionable decisions with the football. He will need the most time to develop of any Quarterback in the first round.
12: Cincinnati Bengals
Will: Cam Robinson, OT, Alabama. The Bengals have a few blatant holes to fill in an otherwise talented roster. But as a team who usually goes BPA, Robinson is their guy here. He's the best tackle in a very underrated tackle class, and will help protect Dalton from Day 1.
Donald: Derek Barnett, DE, Tennessee. Barnett is a gifted pass rusher. He's only truly behind Garrett and it isn't as distant as you think. He's a big guy who can help tremendously with the Bengals getting a pass rush.
Mully: Mike Williams, WR, Clemson: AJ Green would very much appreciate another weapon on the offense to take the focus off of him. Green put up his best numbers when that Cincinnati offense had Sanu and Jones lining up with Green.
13: Indianapolis Colts
Will: Dalvin Cook, RB, Florida State. Very, very few mocks have Cook falling past the Colts, and I'm inclined to agree there. Even though the Colts defense is terrible, giving Luck the most complete back in the draft is too much to pass up for that front office. Hey, Frank Gore can't play forever, can he?
Donald: Dalvin Cook, RB, Florida State. Simply put Dalvin Cook is a monster. He's similar to Jammal Charles with blazing speed but can lay the body and run some folks over. He will be a huge upgrade to the aging running back group in Indi.
Mully: Derek Barnett, DE, Tennessee. This Colts defense desperately needs help. To me, it should all start with the pass rush and I think Barnett is the best pick for that.
14: Buffalo Bills
Will: Corey Davis, WR, Western Michigan. No player has risen up draft boards faster than Davis, the top receiver on an undefeated Broncos team playing in the Cotton Bowl. His 6'3" frame and breakaway abilities make him a great pairing option with Sammy Watkins.
Donald: Teez Tabor,CB, Florida. Tabor is incredibly talented. I wouldn't be the least bit suprised if he wasn't here at this pick. But I think he could very well slide. Arguably the best corner in the draft slotting him alongside Stephen Gilmore could create a lockdown tandom for years to come.
Mully: Jourdan Lewis, CB, Michigan. Lewis has shown to be really good in man coverage the past 3 years. One stat I read on him that blew my mind was that he only allowed 36.6 percent of his targets to be completed. I think buffalo will look to address their pass defense.
15: Tennessee Titans
Will: Jamal Adams, S, LSU. I could see Tennessee doubling up at corner after Tabor, but instead they'll elect to address the back of their defense with Adams. Pairing Tabor and Adams with Jason McCourty quickly gives the Titans a good secondary.
Donald: Jamal Adams, S, LSU. Adams has had an outstanding career at LSU. He has size, speed, hands, ball skills, and just about anything else you could want from a safety. If the Titans can get him here they will have a tremendous upgrade in their secondary.
Mully: Malik McDowell, DL, MSU. Another defensive pick for Tennessee in this round leads them to drafting A terrific lineman in McDowell who is a physical specimen, and a great run stopper.
16: Baltimore Ravens
Will: Reuben Foster, ILB, Alabama. Even with CJ Mosley and Zach Orr, the Ravens could use the skills of Foster, the BPA in this scenario. Crimson Tide teammate Tim Williams is another solid option here.
Donald: Tim Williams, OLB, Alabama. With Reuben Foster gone, Williams can fill out an aging front 7 and we can look for him to replace Terrell Suggs. He is an outstanding pass rusher who stands out within an elite draft class of pass rushers.
Mully: Marlon Humphrey, CB, Alabama. Despite having one of the top defenses in the NFL, I think the Ravens are thin at Cornerback. After Jimmy Smith went down with an injury against the New England Patriots, that secondary completely struggled. Humphrey is the best Cornerback left.
17: Philadelphia Eagles (from Vikings)
Will: Sidney Jones, CB, Washington. Another talented corner in a deep positional class, Jones is an immediate upgrade over Leodis McKelvin and Nolan Carroll.
Donald: Juju Smith-Schuster, WR, USC. Schuster is a truly dynamic athlete who has tremendous size and speed who will add a true number 1 reciever that Carson Wentz desperately needs.
Mully: Dede Westbrook, WR, Oklahoma. The Eagles need a Wide Receiver more than any other team in the NFL. Agholor isn't cutting it at this level and Carson Wentz needs another weapon to throw to.
18: Green Bay Packers
Will: Derek Barnett, DE, Tennessee. Barnett should be that typical top-10 talent who slips, but the Packers won't mind. RB is a big need for them as well, but I'm not convinced they're sold on McCaffery. They'll stick with the talented pass rusher here.
Donald: Christian McCaffrey, RB, Stanford. I can see the Pack going on the defensive side of the ball here but with a glaring need at running back who is better to suit Aaron Rodgers than a running back who can catch the ball out of the backfield and be equally as explosive in the run game.
Mully: Leonard Fournette, RB, LSU. Fournette drops down to the 18th pick as Green Bay desperately looks to get a running back to take some heat off of Aaron Rodgers.
19: Washington Redskins
Will: Zach Cunningham, LB, Vanderbilt. Cunningham is a smart, talented linebacker who can play several different positions. Here, he teams up with an already young linebacking corps to wreak havoc in the NFC East.
Donald: Malik McDowell, DT, Michigan State. Only questioned because of injuries, McDowell is a dominant denfensive tackle who excels at shedding blocks in the run and pass game and would help an already growing D-Line in Washington.
Mully: Desmond King, CB, Iowa. Their isn't a single player on this Redskins team with more than one interception. I think the Redskins will look to get a young and dynamic Cornerback to partner up with Josh Norman to get opposing teams to turn the ball over.
20: Miami Dolphins
Will: Adoree' Jackson, CB, USC. I'd love to see Miami reach for a TE here, but I think they'll opt instead to go for Jackson, an athletic freak with a few glaring questions in his technique. Miami's secondary is hot garbage outside of the injured Reshad Jones, so they can certainly take the risk on Jackson.
Donald: O.J.Howard, TE, Alabama. Being the first tight end to come off the board, he is deserving of it. He had everything a prototype tight end needs: size, blocking, speed, and hands. This fills a need on the Dolphins that could possibly complete a young and up and coming offense.
Mully: Sidney Jones, CB, Washington. The year of the cornerback continues. Miami's pass defense has been horrible this year where the loss of Brent Grimes has really hurt them. Instead of reaching for O.J. Howard, they should address the other position they desperately need help in.
21: Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Will: Desmond King, CB, Iowa. It would be fun to see another talented WR in Tampa opposite Mike Evans, but corners are flying off the board and the Bucs get theirs. Vernon Hargreaves III has played very well, and King would make an excellent replacement for Brent Grimes in the near future.
Donald: John Ross, WR, Washington. With blazing speed on the outside, Ross fits in well and will give Jamies Winston another weapon.
Mully: Takkarist McKinley, DE, UCLA. The Buccaneers continue to add pieces to a growing defense by adding the best remaining pass rusher to the mix. O.J. Howard could be the pick here, but Brate has probably done enough lately to keep that job for now.
22: Denver Broncos
Will: Dan Feeney, OG, Indiana. The Broncos need offensive line help, period. Robinson is long gone, but the top interior OL here is Feeney. He'll be of great help for whomever is under center for Denver next season.
Donald: Dan Feeney, OG, Indiana. The Broncos are going to get an upgrade in the O-line.
Mully: Dan Feeney, OG, Indiana. Broncos interior line needs an upgrade. Feeney has the tools to help out immediately.
23: New York Giants
Will: Charles Harris, DE, Missouri. Harris was a streaky pass rusher this season, but he came through big time in Mizzou's biggest games. If the Giants are forced to part ways with Jason Pierre-Paul, Harris is a great replacement option.
Donald: Zach Cunningham, LB, Vanderbilt. Athlete, Athlete, and Athlete. Dominant in coverage and in the run. ATHLETE, NUFF SAID.
Mully: Zach Cunningham, LB, Vanderbilt. The Giants are probably the thinnest team in the NFL at the Linebacker position. He is great against the run, and has a ton of Athleticism to drop back in coverage as well. This would be a great pick.
24: Oakland Raiders
Will: Malik McDowell, DT, Michigan State. Another top-15 talent slides to the end of the 1st round, and the Raiders capitalize. McDowell fills a huge need on the interior of the Oakland defense.
Donald: Desmond King, CB, Iowa. Oakland doesn't have any glaring needs, but corner is probably the most significant. King will be great alongside Bruce Irvin, Khali Mack and Reggie Nelson.
Mully: Quincy Wilson, CB, Florida. Oakland's biggest need comes from the Cornerback position. Wilson has had a greagt year at Florida and also seems to have the body type that Oakland loves at 6'1, 213. The year of the Cornerback continues.
25: Houston Texans
Will: Tim Williams, OLB, Alabama. With no offensive line help worth the selection here, the Texans can fill a huge need in the front-seven to make theirs as good as any other in the league. Watt, Clowney, Mercilus, Cushing and Williams...wow.
Donald: Ryan Ramczyk, OT, Wisconsin. Ramczyk is second to Cam Robinson but will help out an aging offensive line in Houston.
Mully: Eddie Vanderdoes, DL, UCLA. With Wilfork reaching the end of a great career, the Texans will look to make a pick that helps that front 7 thrive with or without J.J. Watt.
26: Atlanta Falcons
Will: Carl Lawson, DE, Auburn. Lawson is a local kid; an Alpharetta native with SEC experience as a prolific pass rusher. As a complement to emerging star Vic Beasley, he'll be just fine.
Donald: Adoree' Jackson, CB, USC. A Southern California BALLER with ball skills and special teams potential. NUFF SAID.
Mully: Adoree' Jackson, CB, USC. With Beasley coming into his own and Cornerbacks quickly falling off the board, Atlanta goes with Jackson to add playmaking ability to that defense. Jackson is a Cornerback that Dan Quinn will love who has great ball skills and can blitz.
27: Pittsburgh Steelers
Will: Taco Charlton, DE, Michigan. The massive Charlton was an integral part of a dynamic Wolverines defense. He'll get the opportunity to bring some of his blue-collar mentality to a team that both craves and needs it.
Donald: Takkarist McKinley, OLB, UCLA. McKinley is a talented linebacker who will thrive after a couple season under Lawerence Timmons and Ryan Shazier.
Mully: Jamal Adams, S, Ohio State. Pittsburgh Is a city that's used to having terrific talent at the safety position. Lately, that position hasn't been as great as the city has been used to. Pittsburgh adresses that need by drafting the best safety in the draft.
28: Seattle Seahawks
Will: Takkarist McKinley, OLB, UCLA. Not that Seattle's linebackers need more talent, but this is the perfect replacement for Bruce Irvin. Next to Bobby Wagner and KJ Wright, he'll learn quickly and be given every opportunity to shine. They could reach for an OL here, but Feeney being off the board hurts them greatly.
Donald: Garrett Bolles, OT, Utah. Bolles is one of my sleeper tackles who will help out any O-line but the Seahawks will get lucky here if they can get him at 28.
Mully: Pat Elfain, G, Ohio State. Seattle's line has been mildly inconsistent all year long. Russell is running for his life, and the Seattle running game has at times been completely non-existant this year. Elfain provides them with pass and run protection on the interior.
29: Detroit Lions
Will: DeMarcus Walker, DE, Florida State. Mock drafts overwhelmingly favor a defensive lineman to the Lions, and Walker is the best one available.
Donald: Charles Harris, DE, Missouri. Harris is going to add another element to a young and talented D-line in Detroit.
Mully: DeMarcus Walker, DE, Florida State. Lions would love to draft a defensive lineman to develop alongside Ziggy Ansah and Kerry Hyder.
30: Kansas City Chiefs
Will: Dorian Johnson, OG, Pittsburgh. It's tough to find a blatant hole on the Chiefs, but guard has to be the biggest one. Feeney is gone, so Johnson, the No. 2 guard, is the best play here.
Donald: Taco Charlton, DE, Michigan. Depth never hurts and adding Taco Charlton to an already stellar defense will do nothing but help.
Mully: Tre'Davious White, CB, LSU. The Chiefs would like to solidify the Cornerback spot opposite of Marcus Peters. White fills this need on a team with very few holes right now.
31: New England Patriots
Will: Christian McCaffrey, RB, Stanford. It's the first mock of the season, so what the hell? Might as well go with the "perfect fit" that is McCaffrey to become an all-around featured back for the already loaded Patriots offense. For what it's worth, I'd prefer a linebacker like Cunningham, or a wide receiver like Davis or John Ross (not that they need him, or would select a WR).
Donald: Corey Davis, WR Western Michigan. I honestly would love Christian McCaffery here but life isn't always fair. Davis is a big, tall and fast reciever who will make Touchdown Tommy and the Hoodie's smiles just a bit bigger.
Mully: Jarrad Davis, LB, Florida. With Collins recently being shipped out to Cleveland, and Dont'a Hightower possibly testing the market, I'm thinking Belichick might target a Linebacker here.
32: Dallas Cowboys
Will: John Ross, WR, Washington. Jerry Jones usually goes BPA, and Ross would make one hell of a No. 2 receiver for Dak Prescott. He provides blazing speed in a 5'11" frame. OJ Howard would also be an option, as Jason Witten's eventual replacement.
Donald: Demarcus Walker, DE, Florida State. The Cowboys need defensive help but I could see another offensive weapon here as well. Walker is a talented end who will start for America's team for many years to come.
Mully: O.J. Howard, TE, Alabama. Witten is old and isn't getting any faster. Though a receiver would be a good pick here, Jones probably likes Beasley enough to extend him. A playmaking Tight End that can also block for Zeke Elliot would be a terrific pick here.
By Ryan "Mully" Mulligan
By Will Brabrook