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Post-combine Pac-12 perspective 2016 NFL mock draft: mock expands to two rounds

Our mock draft only focuses on the Pac-12 players we think are going off the board.

Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

1. Tennessee - Laremy Tunsil T Mississippi

2. Cleveland - Carson Wentz QB North Dakota State

3. San Diego - DeForest Buckner DE Oregon - The Chargers need help all over their defense so I think they have the luxury of simply taking the best prospect on that side of the ball with that pick. Buckner is the best defensive prospect in the draft in my opinion. He is simply massive, was ultra productive in college and versatile. He could become Calais Campbell for the Chargers.

4. Dallas - Myles Jack LB UCLA - The Cowboys are in a similar situation to the Chargers and another Pac-12 defensive superstar is waiting for them in Jack. Some have said Jack might be the best overall prospect in the draft when healthy and I wouldn't argue with that. His ability to cover the pass sets him apart in my opinion.

5. Jacksonville - Jalen Ramsey S Florida State

6. Baltimore - Joey Bosa DE Ohio State

7. San Francisco - Jared Goff QB Cal - I'm keeping Goff here until I hear something concrete that says he won't go here. Chip Kelly is beyond unpredictable, but I think it would be really hard to pass on a local kid here who showed at the combine he is polished in NFL ready. Plus, Goff has a little bit more wiggle in the pocket than people might think which could keep him on Kelly's good side.

8. Miami - Vernon Hargreaves CB Florida

9. Tampa Bay - Leonard Floyd LB Georgia

10. Giants - A'shawn Robinson DT Alabama

11. Chicago - Emmanuel Ogbah DE Oklahoma State

12. New Orleans - William Jackson CB Houston

13. Philadelphia - Ronnie Stanley T Notre Dame

14. Oakland - Shaq Lawson DE Clemson

15. Los Angeles - Paxton Lynch QB Memphis

16. Detroit - Sheldon Rankins DT Louisville

17. Atlanta - Jonathan Bullard DE Florida

18. Indianapolis - Jack Conklin T Michigan State

19. Buffalo - Reggie Ragland LB Alabama

20. Jets - Ezekiel Elliott RB Ohio State

21. Washington - Eli Apple CB Ohio State

22. Houston - LaQuon Treadwell WR Mississippi

23. Minnesota - William Fuller WR Notre Dame

24. Cincinnati - Kenny Clark DT UCLA - A lot of teams need defensive linemen and that's great news for Clark. He's in a pack of defensive linemen that should go late-first  to early-second and would be a nice talent to go here to the Bengals.

25. Pittsburgh - Kendall Fuller CB Virginia Tech

26. Seattle - Darron Lee LB Ohio State

27. Green Bay - Kevin Dodd DE Clemson

28. Kansas City - Jarran Reed DT Alabama

29. Arizona - Vernon Butler DT Louisiana Tech

30. Carolina - Taylor Decker T Ohio State

31. Denver - Andrew Billings DT Baylor

2nd Team

32. Cleveland - Michael Thomas WR Ohio State

33. Tennessee - Mackensie Alexander CB Clemson

34. Dallas - Derrick Henry RB Alabama

35. San Diego - Keanu Neal S Florida

36. Baltimore - Josh Doctson WR TCU

37. San Francisco - Cody Whitehair G Kansas State

38. Jacksonville - Sheldon Day DT Notre Dame

39. Tampa Bay - Xavien Howard CB Baylor

40. Giants - Will Redmond CB Mississippi State

41. Chicago - Darian Thompson S Boise State

42. Miami - Adolphus Washington DT Ohio State

43. Los Angeles - Braxton Miller WR Ohio State

44. Oakland - Nick Martin C Notre Dame

45. Los Angeles - Noah Spence DE Eastern Kentucky

46. Detroit - Tyler Boyd WR Pittsburgh

47. New Orleans - Robert Nkemdiche DE Mississippi

48. Indianapolis - Bronson Kaufusi DE BYU

49. Buffalo - Hunter Henry TE Arkansas

50. Atlanta - Corey Coleman WR Baylor

51. Jets - Dak Prescott QB Mississippi State

52. Houston - Christian Hackenberg QB Penn State

53. Washington - Yannick Ngakoue LB Maryland

54. Minnesota - Vadal Alexander G LSU

55. Cincinnati - Su'a Cravens LB USC - The Bengals need help at linebacker and safety so how about a hybrid for both? I'm a little disappointed Cravens is falling down boards because I think Shaq Thompson showed this year a player like him and excel in the NFL, but hopefully he stays in the second round.

56. Seattle - Jason Spriggs T Indiana

57. Green Bay - Austin Hooper TE Stanford - The Packers could really use an upgrade at tight end and the next Stanford NFL tight end, Hooper would be a nice fit. He has proven run blocking skills from Stanford's system and has the pass-catching skills to help Aaron Rodgers right away.

58. Pittsburgh - Shilique Calhoun DE Michigan State

59. Kansas City - Sterling Shepard WR Oklahoma

60. New England - Blake Martinez LB Stanford - The Pac-12's best linebacker from 2015 is moving up boards for good reason. He seems exactly like the kind of no nonsense talent that has made the Patriots' defense so good in recent history.

61. Arizona - Jalen Mills S LSU

62. Carolina - Zack Sanchez CB Oklahoma

63. Denver - Germain Ifedi T Texas A&M