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Pacific Takes Pac-12 Perspective 2018 NFL Mock Draft 12.8.17: Josh Rosen to the Denver Broncos

Our post-regular season Pac-12-focused NFL mock draft.

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  1. Cleveland - SaQuon Barkley RB Penn State
  2. Giants - Lamar Jackson QB Louisville
  3. San Francisco - Minkah Fitzpatrick S Alabama
  4. Indianapolis - Bradley Chubb DE NCState
  5. Denver - Josh Rosen QB UCLA - Jimmy Garappolo landing in San Francisco helps out the Broncos as it drops Rosen to them. Rosen reminds me a lot of Jared Goff and I think Goff’s rise will help his stock leading up to the draft along with Sam Darnold not declaring early.
  6. Chicago - Calvin Ridley WR Alabama
  7. Arizona - Denzel Ward CB Ohio State
  8. Miami - Derwin James S Florida State
  9. Tampa Bay - Arden Key DE LSU
  10. Cleveland - Ken Webster CB Mississippi
  11. Washington - Vita Vea DT Washington - Can’t see a freak athlete with the proven track record of Vea fall much further than this. He would be an instant boost for Washington’s interior defense.
  12. Jets - Clellin Ferrell DE Clemson
  13. Cincinnati - Mike McGlinchey T Notre Dame
  14. Buffalo - Da’Ron Payne DT Alabama
  15. Oakland - Roquan Smith LB Georgia
  16. Green Bay - Austin Bryant DE Clemson
  17. Dallas - Quenton Nelson G Notre Dame
  18. Detroit - Christian Wilkins DT Clemson
  19. Chargers - Dorance Armstrong Jr. DE Kansas
  20. Atlanta - Carlton Davis CB Auburn
  21. Baltimore - Josh Allen LB Kentucky
  22. Carolina - Joshua Jackson CB Iowa
  23. Seattle - Ronnie Harrison S Alabama
  24. Jacksonville - Sam Hubbard DE Ohio State
  25. Buffalo - Courtland Sutton WR SMU
  26. Tennessee - Donte Jackson CB LSU
  27. New Orleans - Tarvarus McFadden CB Florida State
  28. Rams - Isaiah Oliver CB Colorado - The Rams need help at corner and a physical player like Oliver could help right away as they continue to build a power in LA.
  29. Minnesota - Mike Hughes CB UCF
  30. Pittsburgh - Taven Bryan DT Florida
  31. Philadelphia - Orlando Brown T Oklahoma
  32. New England - Bryce Love RB Stanford - The Patriots have a lot of decent running backs. How about one that can break a touchdown on every play for Tom Brady to work with?

2nd Round

33. Cleveland - Billy Price G Ohio State

34. Giants - Damien Harris RB Alabama

35. San Francisco - Connor Williams T Texas

36. Indianapolis - Justin Reid S Stanford - The Colts need help all over their defense and a star in the making at safety would be a huge addition.

37. Denver - Trenton Thompson DT Georgia

38. Chicago - Kolton Miller T UCLA - The 6’8 tackle has emerged as an elite NFL Draft prospect and the Bears need some bolstering on their offensive line.

39. Arizona - Josh Allen QB Wyoming

40. Miami - Equanemeous St. Brown WR Notre Dame

41. Tampa Bay - Jamarco Jones T Ohio State

42. Cleveland - Christian Kirk WR Texas A&M

43. Washington - Iman Marshall CB USC - Marshall is an unreal athlete who is a steal in the second round for a team looking for a second cornerback.

44. Jets - Baker Mayfield QB Oklahoma

45. Cincinnati - Jaire Alexander CB Louisville

46. Buffalo - Malik Jefferson LB Texas

47. Oakland - Derrius Guice RB LSU

48. Green Bay - Mark Andrews TE Oklahoma

49. Dallas - Duke Ejiofor DE Wake Forest

50. Detroit - Parris Campbell WR Ohio State

51. Chargers - Will Hernandez G UTEP

52. Atlanta - Isaiah Wynn T Georgia

53. Baltimore - Kerryon Johnson RB Auburn

54. Carolina - Mitch Hyatt T Clemson

55. Seattle - Nick Chubb RB Georgia

56. Jacksonville - Hayden Hurst TE South Carolina

57. Kansas City - Martinas Rankin T Mississippi State

58. Tennessee - Troy Fumagalli TE Wisconsin

59. San Francisco - J.C. Jackson CB Maryland

60. Rams - Marcell Frazier DE Missouri

61. Minnesota - Dante Pettis WR Washington - The career-best punt returner can also make a huge difference as a receiver for a team looking for a player who is great at running shorter routes, but also has big play ability.

62. Pittsburgh - Mason Rudolph QB Oklahoma State

63. Cleveland - Jaylen Samuels FB NCState

64. New England - Maurice Hurst DT Michigan