Based on feedback on my previous mocks I decided to update my draft. Let me know what you think. Trades are not accounted for in this draft. Tavon Austin, Jonathon Cooper and Warmack do not make it to us at 16.
1) Sheldon Richardson (DT) Missouri
If he falls here he will almost certainly be BPA. Plus with Fisher loving D-linemen he will probably be the pick if he is here. He is a great pass rusher but lacks gap discipline. A line with Long, Brockers, Langford, Richardson, and Quinn will be the best in the league.
Sheldon Richardson 2012 Highlights ᴴᴰ (via ThatHighlightChannel)
1) DeAndre Hopkins (WR-outside) Clemson
Great hands, good speed, productive, good body control are all things that describe Hopkins. He is a great outside receiver and will give us a good receiver group on the outside.
Ultimate DeAndre Hopkins Highlights (via TheVikingsworld2011)
2) Robert Woods (WR-slot-outside) USC
At the beginning of the year he was thought to be a top 5 pick but an ankle injury and Marquise Lee hurt his stock. He still runs great routes and has very good hands. He can play in the slot or outside which gives him good value. This pick would make our receiving corps on the outside Brian Quick, Deandre Hopkins, Chris Givens and in the slot Robert Woods and Austin Pettis. Not too bad if you ask me.
Ultimate Robert Woods Highlights | HD (via TheFootballman175)
3) Bacarri Rambo (FS) Georiga
A great cover safety with a badass name. He would have been a first round pick if not for the off the field problems. He can come in and immediately start and help make our secondary even better than last year.
Ultimate Bacarri Rambo Highlights | HD (via TheFootballman175)
4) Duke Williams (SS) Nevada
A fast hard hitting safety who could play either SS or FS. I think he fits better at SS and could hopefully start right away, but even if he can not we have Stewart who could start until Duke is ready.
Duke Williams Highlights (via dreguy79)
5) Brennan Williams (OT) UNC
Brennan was having a great year and showed first or second round ability before his injury. not being able to participate in drills has really hurt his stock dropping him to the 5th to be picked up by us. Chris Faulk or Xavier Nixon are two other possibilites if Brennan is not here.
6) David Bass (DE) Missouri Western
Bass is a small school guy who came into the east-west shrine game and held his own. He has good upside and will give us great depth on our D-line.
David Bass Missouri Western State University (via Ryan Menley)
7) Micah Hyde (CB/FS) Iowa
Hyde is a good CB but I think may translate to the FS position better. He is not fast enough to be a shutdown corner but as a 7th round pick we do not need him to be. Either way he gives our secondary better depth at both positions.
Micah Hyde Highlights (via heelsLB54)
So what do you think?