Thursday, April 28, 2016

First 20 Players to be Selected in the 2016 NFL Draft | Ticket King Inc.

NFL 2016 Draft
Mock drafts are funny things. They aren't as fluid as an NCAA tournament bracket, but once the draft begins, so many things can change. Still, we do get a pretty good sense of which player will go in the first round, most of the time. Heck, the football world thought that Aaron Rodgers would be a top ten pick, and look where he ended up! Will things be different this year? We turned to T.J. Bryce for his thoughts on the first twenty players to be selected in the NFL draft. Will Mr. Bryce get the gold star for picking the proper order? We'll know very soon. 
1. Rams: Jared Goff/QB/California- The Rams gave up a lot of to move up to first overall and it is no secret they are going to draft a quarterback. They like Goff more than Wentz
2. Eagles: Carson Wentz/QB/North Dakota State- The Eagles gave up a lot to move up to the second overall spot to grab a quarterback as well. If the Rams select Goff, which is what many think they will do, the Eagles will take the biggest gamble in sports history when they select Carson Wentz out of North Dakota State second overall.
3. Chargers: Laremy Tunsil/OT/Mississippi- The Chargers need to protect Rivers better. This is a big step in that direction.
4. Cowboys: Vernon Hargeaves/CB/Florida- This will really prove that it is Stephen Jones running the show now in Dallas instead of crazy Jerry. Hargreaves fills a big need for the Cowboys and makes sense here.
5. Jaguars: Myles Jack/OLB/UCLA- The Jaguars fill another need with one of the most polarized prospects in this draft, UCLA's Myles Jack.
6. Ravens: Ronnie Stanley/OT/Notre Dame- The Ravens are yet another team who's top priority in this draft is offensive tackle.
7. 49ers: Laquon Treadwell/WR/Mississippi- The 49ers top need is quarterback, but the next quarterback in this draft will be Connor Cook in round two. Wide receiver is one of their big secondary needs.
8. Browns: Joey Bosa/DE/Ohio State- Bosa, who used to be considered the top prospect for this draft, falls to number 8 with the Browns.
9. Buccaneers: Jalen Ramsey/FS/Florida State- The offense is good and they have their franchise quarterback. Now they need to work on their defense. Safety is their biggest need. 
10. Giants: DeForest Bucker/DE/Oregon- The Giants need a new defense, literally. They started to fix that in free agency and now they turn to the draft to work on it even more.
11. Bears: Eli Apple/CB/Ohio State- The Bears secondary is bad, really, REALLY bad.
12. Saints: Darron Lee/OLB/Ohio State- The Saints have a big hole at strongside linebacker.
13. Dolphins: William Jackson/CB/Houston- The theme at the top of this draft seems to be that teams need cornerbacks and offensive lineman.
14. Raiders: Jack Conklin/OT/Michigan State- Reggie McKenzie is poised to bring the Raiders out of the darkness. The team has a hot young rising star at quarterback in Derek Carr and great talent at the skill positions. Now they need to protect that young star.
15. Titans: Shaq Lawson/DE/Clemson- The Titans, who used to own the first overall selection before the first massive trade, need to work on their anemic pass rush.
16. Lions: Sheldon Rankins/DT/Louisville- The Lions need to begin rebuilding their defensive line.
17. Falcons: Reggie Ragland/ILB/Alabama- The Falcons need a run stopper up the middle.
18. Colts: Ezekiel Elliot/RB/Ohio State- Even though he is not a top need for a lot of teams, at some point, someone is going to have to take this guy.
19. A'Shawn Robinson/DT/Alabama- The Bills would like to continue to build up Rex Ryan's defense.
20. Jets: Josh Doctson/WR/TCU- The Jets need skill position players on offense.

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