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Pacific Takes Pac-12 Perspective 2018 NFL Mock Draft: Sam Darnold to Giants and Josh Rosen to Browns

We update our mock draft post-early declarations.

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  1. Cleveland - SaQuon Barkley RB Penn State
  2. Giants - Sam Darnold QB USC - This pick comes down to Darnold and Rosen in my opinion and I think the Giants take the QB with a higher physical ceiling with less question marks to rebuild their team.
  3. Indianapolis - Bradley Chubb DE NCState
  4. Cleveland - Josh Rosen QB UCLA - I think the Browns take Barkley number one knowing they can grab a new franchise QB at number four. Like it or not, Rosen will be their new guy.
  5. Denver - Josh Allen QB Wyoming
  6. Jets - Baker Mayfield QB Oklahoma
  7. Tampa Bay - Arden Key DE LSU
  8. Chicago - Calvin Ridley WR Alabama
  9. San Francisco - Minkah Fitzpatrick S Alabama
  10. Oakland - Denzel Ward CB Ohio State
  11. Miami- Joshua Jackson CB Iowa
  12. Cincinnati - Quenton Nelson G Notre Dame
  13. Washington - Vita Vea DT Washington - The Husky big man should be the first defensive tackle off the board. I wouldn’t be surprised if he ends up in the Top 10 if a team decides they want a DT.
  14. Green Bay - Marcus Davenport DE UTSA
  15. Arizona - Lamar Jackson QB Louisville
  16. Baltimore - Derwin James S Florida State
  17. Chargers - Da’Ron Payne DT Alabama
  18. Seattle - Billy Price G Ohio State
  19. Dallas - Roquan Smith LB Georgia
  20. Detroit - Sam Hubbard DE Ohio State
  21. Buffalo - Donte Jackson CB LSU
  22. Buffalo - Courtland Sutton WR SMU
  23. Rams - Carlton Davis CB Auburn
  24. Carolina - Mike McGlinchey T Notre Dame
  25. Tennessee - Justin Reid S Stanford - Eric Reid’s younger brother is a polished prospect and one of the top safeties in the draft. He could help a team that needs secondary help right away.
  26. Atlanta - Taven Bryan DT Florida
  27. New Orleans - Isaiah Oliver CB Colorado - It’s a strong corner class and Oliver is just about as good, and bigger than most of the other prospects. He has the size and polish to step right in at the next level.
  28. Pittsburgh - Ronnie Harrison S Alabama
  29. Jacksonville - Tremaine Edmunds LB Virginia Tech
  30. Minnesota - Orlando Brown T Oklahoma
  31. Philadelphia - Kolton Miller T UCLA - The 6’8 Miller turned himself into a first round pick this year with a stellar season. He could bolster an Eagle offensive line in need.
  32. New England - Trenton Thompson DT Georgia

2nd Round

33. Cleveland - Isaiah Wynn G Georgia

34. Giants - Mike Hughes CB UCF

35. Indianapolis - Rashaan Evans LB Alabama

36. Cleveland - Auden Tate WR Florida State

37. Denver - Tim Settle DT Virginia Tech

38. Jets - Sony Michel RB Georgia

39. Tampa Bay - Duke Ejiofor DE Wake Forest

40. Chicago - Nick Chubb RB Georgia

41. San Francisco - Derrius Guice RB LSU

42. Oakland - Ronald Jones RB USC - Jones is right in the thick of a pack of talented running backs. He’ll be a big play back for a team looking to restock at the position like Oakland.

43. Miami - Harold Landry DE Boston College

44. Cincinnati - Jaire Alexander CB Louisville

45. Washington - Christian Kirk WR Texas A&M

46. Green Bay - Hayden Hurst TE South Carolina

47. Arizona - Nick Nelson CB Wisconsin

48. Baltimore - Kerryon Johnson RB Auburn

49. Chargers - Leighton Vander Esch LB Boise State

50. Seattle - Dorance Armstrong Jr. DE Kansas

51. Dallas - Equanemeous St. Brown WR Notre Dame

52. Detroit - Simmie Cobbs Jr. WR Indiana

53. Buffalo - Brian O’Neil T Pittsburgh

54. Kansas City - Will Hernandez G UTEP

55. Rams - Maurice Hurst DE Michigan

56. Carolina - R.J. McIntosh DT Miami

57. Tennessee - Mark Andrews TE Oklahoma

58. Atlanta - Anthony Averrett CB Alabama

59. San Francisco - Antonio Calloway WR Florida

60. Pittsburgh - Troy Fumagalli TE Wisconsin

61. Jacksonville - Ken Webster CB Mississippi

62. Minnesota - Anthony Miller WR Memphis

63. Cleveland - Jaylen Samuels FB NCState

64. New England - Tarvarus McFadden CB Florida State