This hasn't been a banner year for quarterbacks in college football, especially in the SEC. But a quarterback who has really impressed recently is Arkansas' Brandon Allen, who has gone from draft afterthought to possible draft pick.
The Browns have question marks up and down the roster, including at quarterback. But should Cleveland draft another signal-caller first overall or go the "best player available" route like Ohio State pass rusher Joey Bosa?
The Browns are desperate to find the right answer at quarterback and will be doing their homework on all the passers in the 2016 class, especially Paxton Lynch.
Although unpolished in some areas, Lynch has the size, mobility and arm talent that has NFL scouts highly intrigued and his skill-set makes him a perfect fit in Chicago.
Interior defensive linemen are the most represented position in this mock draft, led by Mississippi's Robert Nkemdiche in the top-five selections.
Still searching for long term answers at the position, the Browns and Texans invest top-10 picks in QBs in 2016.
Robert Nkemdiche, Cal quarterback Jared Goff and Ohio State defensive end Joey Bosa are pulling away from the other prospects in the 2016 NFL Draft.
Upsets throughout the NFL in Week One result in significant changes to the selection order -- but not a switch of the player expected to first overall or where the three projected first round quarterbacks land.
An exciting first week of college football is already spurring changes in this week's early look ahead to the 2016 NFL Draft, which boasts plenty of Ohio State Buckeyes and Mississippi Rebels.
There is no denying that Notre Dame redshirt junior defensive lineman Jarron Jones possesses NFL talent. Scouts, however, will have a difficult time assigning him the top 100 grade his skill warrants, however, given that he'll miss the entire 2015 season after undergoing surgery to repair a torn MCL and missed the final two games of last year with a Lisfranc injury.

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