It's finally here, day 1 of the NFL Draft. After 32 mock drafts dating back to the start of the college football season, the actual draft is tonight. It's our last three-round mock but don't worry, we'll have our final one-round mock draft ready to go on Thursday morning.
In this version, the Chargers pass on a quarterback at No. 6, Justin Herbert -- along with Jordan Love -- falls to the bottom half of Round 1, and Jacob Eason and Jalen Hurts don't hear their names called until Day 2. Meanwhile, the Jets pass on a wideout at No. 11, and with four offensive tackles off the board, the Buccaneers have some decisions to make at No. 14.
Keep reading to see how all 106 picks play out.
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Round 1 - Pick 2
Chase Young EDGE
Ohio State • Jr • 6'5" / 264 lbs
Chase Young is the best player in this draft class and the Redskins have needs up and down the roster. It's certainly reasonable to entertain trade-down scenarios, but just to be clear: DO NOT DRAFT A QB HERE.
Round 1 - Pick 5
Alabama • Jr • 6'1" / 217 lbs
Here's the deal: If QBs taken in Round 1 work out about 50 percent of the time, and Miami thinks Tua's chance of success is even 33 percent, they should take him; they have three first-rounders and an obvious need under center.
Round 1 - Pick 6
Clemson • Jr • 6'4" / 238 lbs
Anthony Lynn says he's all in on Tyrod Taylor. If he is, maybe L.A. goes in a different direction here. Imagine L.A.'s defense with the addition of Simmons. Put another way: It just got a little bit harder for K.C. to win the division.
Round 1 - Pick 9
Florida • Jr • 6'1" / 204 lbs
The second-best CB in this class, Henderson makes his way into the top 10. The Jags have needs along the offense and defensive lines and at quarterback, but Henderson is too good to pass up here.
Round 1 - Pick 10
Mekhi Becton OL
Louisville • Jr • 6'7" / 363 lbs
At 6-7, 360 pounds, Becton is a mountain of a man, but he moves like someone who weighs more like 260, which pairs nicely with his footwork, balance and strength. The Browns have myriad problems and fixing the offensive line is as good a place as any to start. Ultimately, this team's success comes down to Baker Mayfield, but protecting him might make that a lot easier.
Round 1 - Pick 11
Georgia • Jr • 6'5" / 315 lbs
Yes, the Jets signed George Fant in free agency, and yes, they'd love to take the No. 1 WR on their board here, but protecting Sam Darnold is a bigger need. Andrew Thomas can play both right and left tackle and some teams consider him the top tackle in this class.
Round 1 - Pick 12
CeeDee Lamb WR
Oklahoma • Jr • 6'2" / 200 lbs
The team heads to Las Vegas with plenty of questions, but CeeDee Lamb would give Jon Gruden an immediate playmaker to pair with Darren Waller and Hunter Renfrow. Lamb is the toughest WR in this class and he's coming off a remarkable season for Oklahoma, where he averaged more than 20 yards per reception. The biggest question he must answer: Can he consistently beat press coverage, something he rarely saw in the Big 12?
From Indianapolis Colts
Round 1 - Pick 13
Jerry Jeudy WR
Alabama • Jr • 6'1" / 193 lbs
San Francisco lost Emmanuel Sanders in free agency and Jeudy, who is the best route runner in this class, would join a WR corps that includes Deebo Samuel, the 2019 second-round pick coming off a fantastic rookie campaign.
Round 1 - Pick 14
Josh Jones OL
Houston • Jr • 6'5" / 319 lbs
The Bucs don't move up for a OT but they take the best available at No. 14. Jones had a fantastic 2019 season and an even better Senior Bowl, and in Tampa he'll be tasked with protecting 43-year-old Tom Brady.
Round 1 - Pick 15
Alabama • 6'0" / 190 lbs
Courtland Sutton is an emerging star who is a bona fide deep threat. Noah Fant is the dynamic tight end entering Year 2. Phillip Lindsay and Melvin Gordon are the backfield playmakers, and Drew Lock is the quarterback who appears ready for the full-time job. Why not add one more weapon to this offense in Ruggs, who was the fastest player on Alabama's roster last season? He can score from anywhere on the field.
Round 1 - Pick 16
Javon Kinlaw DL
South Carolina • Jr • 6'5" / 319 lbs
The Falcons would love to land C.J. Henderson but he went off the board at No. 9. They also need edge-rush help, but with Kinlaw, the best pass-rushing interior lineman in this class, still on the board, they get Grady Jarrett a running mate inside.
Round 1 - Pick 17
K'Lavon Chaisson EDGE
LSU • Jr • 6'3" / 254 lbs
Chaisson is a raw, explosive pass rusher who is only going to get better the more he plays. The Cowboys have needs at cornerback and even at center, with Travis Frederick's retirement, but Chaisson is the second-best edge-player in this class.
From Pittsburgh Steelers
Round 1 - Pick 18
From Chicago Bears
Round 1 - Pick 19
Round 1 - Pick 20
Oregon • Jr • 6'6" / 236 lbs
The Jags passed on Herbert at No. 9, but with needs at QB -- the team says its all in on Gardner Minshew but he was benched last season for Nick Foles -- it's hard to let him go here. He'll need a season or two of seasoning, but has the best chance of success in a low-pressure atmosphere.
Round 1 - Pick 21
Arizona State • Jr • 6'0" / 200 lbs
Aiyuk didn't take part in the Senior Bowl because of injuries, but he's a YAC monster who also excels as a returner. Philly would be best-case-scenario as a landing spot that would best utilize his skill set.
From Buffalo Bills
Round 1 - Pick 22
Round 1 - Pick 23
Zack Baun LB
Wisconsin • Jr • 6'3" / 225 lbs
Jamie Collins, Kyle Van Noy and Elandon Roberts are all gone (they landed in Detroit, Miami and Miami -- all home of former Pats assistant coaches) and Baun, who can play on the edge or at the linebacker position, has the type of versatility and smarts that makes it easy to connect him to New England.
Round 1 - Pick 24
Round 1 - Pick 25
Jeff Gladney CB
TCU • Soph • 5'10" / 191 lbs
The Vikings have a ton of needs, most of them on defense. After parting ways with three cornerbacks this offseason, Gladney, who plays much bigger than his size, will have a chance for playing time on Day 1.
Round 1 - Pick 26
Round 1 - Pick 29
LSU • Jr • 5'11" / 197 lbs
Logan Ryan and Tramaine Brock were two of the Titans' top three cornerbacks in '19, both are free agents. Fulton is coming off a strong season, and would've been a likely first-rounder had he come out a year ago.
Round 1 - Pick 30
Denzel Mims WR
Baylor • Jr • 6'3" / 207 lbs
Mims had a strong season for Baylor, balled out at the Senior Bowl, and then set the combine on fire with his performance there. He's still raw but he's the type of playmaker that could quickly grow into an Aaron Rodgers-led offense.
Round 2 - Pick 3 (35)
Round 2 - Pick 4 (36)
California • Jr • 6'1" / 202 lbs
Some fans will want Isaiah Simmons at No. 4, but the Giants go offensive tackle and get their athletic playmaking safety at the top of Round 2. Davis is a former track athlete who can patrol centerfield or play in the slot.
Round 2 - Pick 5 (37)
From Arizona Cardinals
Round 2 - Pick 8 (40)
Round 2 - Pick 17 (49)
Wisconsin • Jr • 5'10" / 226 lbs
It's hard to imagine these top-flight RBs lasting this long but if they do, the Steelers have an easy choice; get Big Ben some help in the backfield in case James Conner can't stay healthy.
Round 2 - Pick 18 (50)
Jacob Eason QB
Washington • Jr • 6'6" / 231 lbs
Same as last week for the same reasons: Is Mitchell Trubisky the answer? How about Nick Foles? No? Then why not take a chance on the strong-armed QB from Washington who would've likely been a first-rounder had he returned to school in 2021.
Round 2 - Pick 19 (51)
From New Orleans Saints
Round 2 - Pick 24 (56)
From Kansas City Chiefs
Round 2 - Pick 32 (64)
Round 3 - Pick 20 (84)
From San Francisco 49ers
Round 3 - Pick 31 (95)
Round 3 - Pick 41 (105)
Don't let the small-school pedigree fool you; Bartch more than held his own against some of the best players in the country at the Senior Bowl.