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2018 NFL mock draft - Pac-12 Perspective: first look at 2018 and Pac-12 prospects

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Sam Darnold and Josh Rosen could go 1-2.

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  1. Cleveland - Sam Darnold QB USC - I’m far from sold on Darnold leaving after his redshirt sophomore year even if he wins the Heisman and USC wins a national championship, but I think he is a slam dunk number one pick if he has that kind of year and leaves. He could be an Andrew Luck-style guaranteed prospect.
  2. San Francisco - Josh Rosen QB UCLA - Darnold has stolen a lot of Rosen’s LA thunder, but don’t forget, he is a top overall pick candidate if he recovers and is healthy in 2017.
  3. Rams - Christian Kirk WR Texas A&M
  4. Jets - Josh Allen QB Wyoming
  5. Chicago - Arden Key DE LSU
  6. Jacksonville - Mike McGlinchey T Notre Dame
  7. Buffalo - Lamar Jackson QB Louisville
  8. Chargers - Calvin Ridley WR Alabama
  9. New Orleans - Sam Hubbard DE Ohio State
  10. Detroit - Christian Wilkins DT Clemson
  11. Washington - Minkah Fitzpatrick S Alabama
  12. Miami - Tarvarus McFadden CB Florida State
  13. Philadelphia - SaQuon Barkley RB Penn State
  14. Denver - Courtland Sutton WR SMU
  15. Arizona - Parris Campbell WR Ohio State
  16. Baltimore - Derwin James S Florida State
  17. Indianapolis - Mitch Hyatt T Clemson
  18. Cincinnati - Malik Jefferson LB Texas
  19. Tampa Bay - Bradley Chubb DE NCState
  20. Carolina - Quenton Nelson G Notre Dame
  21. Tennessee - Cameron Smith LB USC - Elite inside linebacker prospects like Smith are hard to find so he won’t last long in the first round as a 6’2 250, proven inside backer who can excel in run and pass coverage.
  22. Giants - Bo Scarbrough RB Alabama
  23. Minnesota - James Washington WR Oklahoma State
  24. Houston - Jordan Whitehead S Pittsburgh
  25. Green Bay - Harold Landry DE Boston College
  26. Kansas City - Martinas Rankin T Mississippi State
  27. Seattle - Martez Ivey G Florida
  28. Pittsburgh - TyQuan Lewis DE Ohio State
  29. Oakland - Vita Vea DT Washington - The 6’5 345 ultra-athletic Vea could go a lot higher than this if he continues his progression. He has Top 10 pick potential.
  30. Atlanta - Da’Ron Payne DT Alabama
  31. Dallas - Antonio Callaway WR Florida

32. New England - RB Derrius Guice RB LSU