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Post-Combine 2018 NFL mock draft: Vita Vea into Top 10

A Pac-12-focused NFL mock draft updated after the combine

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  1. Cleveland - SaQuon Barkley RB Penn State
  2. Giants - Sam Darnold QB USC - Darnold seems to be solidifying himself as the first QB off the board. He could be New York’s QB of the future
  3. Jets - Josh Rosen QB UCLA - I think the Jets traded up to make sure they would get their choice of QBs. How crazy would it be to have Darnold and Rosen leave LA to land in New York as rival QBs?
  4. Cleveland - Josh Allen QB Wyoming
  5. Denver - Baker Mayfield QB Oklahoma
  6. Indianapolis - Bradley Chubb DE NCState
  7. Tampa Bay - Minkah Fitzpatrick S Alabama
  8. Chicago - Quenton Nelson G Notre Dame
  9. San Francisco - Denzel Ward CB Ohio State
  10. Oakland - Vita Vea DT Washington - Vea’s stock has continued to rise the more and more people have seen him. He should be the first DT off the board.
  11. Miami - Tremaine Edmunds LB Virginia Tech
  12. Cincinnati - Mike McGlinchey T Notre Dame
  13. Washington - Da’Ron Payne DT Alabama
  14. Green Bay - Marcus Davenport DE UTSA
  15. Arizona - Courtland Sutton WR SMU
  16. Baltimore - Derwin James S Florida State
  17. Chargers - Isaiah Wynn G Georgia
  18. Seattle - James Daniels C Iowa
  19. Dallas - Sam Hubbard DE Ohio State
  20. Detroit - Taven Bryan DT Florida
  21. Buffalo - Roquan Smith LB Georgia
  22. Buffalo - Jaire Alexander CB Louisville
  23. Rams - Will Hernandez G UTEP
  24. Carolina - Donte Jackson CB LSU
  25. Tennessee - Rashaan Evans LB Alabama
  26. Atlanta - Maurice Hurst DT Michigan
  27. New Orleans - Joshua Jackson CB Iowa
  28. Pittsburgh - Leighton Vander Esch LB Boise State
  29. Jacksonville - Calvin Ridley WR Alabama
  30. Minnesota - Kolton Miller T UCLA - Miller might have locked himself into round one with an impressive Combine performance. He’s the best tackle available after McGlinchey.
  31. New England - Isaiah Oliver CB Colorado - The Patriots need major pass defense help. A big corner like Oliver could make a hug difference, right away.
  32. Philadelphia - Carlton Davis CB Auburn

Second Round

33. Cleveland - D.J. Moore WR Maryland

34. Giants - Sony Michel RB Georgia

35. Cleveland - Billy Price G Ohio State

36. Indianapolis - Ronald Jones RB USC - The Colts need offensive playmakers and a back with big time speed like Jones would be an excellent addition.

37. Indianapolis - Trenton Thompson DT Georgia

38. Tampa Bay - Harold Landry DE Boston College

39. Chicago - Christian Kirk WR Texas A&M

40. Denver - Hayden Hurst TE South Carolina

41. Oakland - Nick Chubb RB Georgia

42. Miami - Lamar Jackson QB Louisville

43. New England - Ronnie Harrison S Alabama

44. Washington - Derrius Guice RB LSU

45. Green Bay - Equanemeous St. Brown WR Notre Dame

46. Cincinnati - Justin Reid S Stanford - Reid is one of the best safeties in the draft and a steal in the second round.

47. Arizona - Mason Rudolph QB Oklahoma State

48. Chargers - Dorance Armstrong Jr. DE Kansas

49. Indianapolis - Martinas Rankin T Mississippi State

50. Dallas - Mark Andrews TE Oklahoma

51. Detroit - Kerryonn Johnson RB Auburn

52. Baltimore - Connor Williams T Texas

53. Buffalo - Orlando Brown T Oklahoma

54. Kansas City - Desmond Harrison T West Georgia

55. Carolina - R.J. McIntosh DT Miami

56. Buffalo - Breeland Speaks DE Mississippi

57. Tennessee - Mike Gesicki TE Penn State

58. Atlanta - Terrell Edmunds LB Virginia Tech

59. San Francisco - Braden Smith G Auburn

60. Pittsburgh - Troy Fumagalli TE Wisconsin

61. Jacksonville - Duke Ejiofor DE Wake Forest

62. Minnesota - Nick Nelson CB Wisconsin

63. New England - Rasheem Green DE USC - Green is a physical specimen who could play all over the defense line. Great for a team like New England that needs overall defensive help.

64. Cleveland - J.C. Jackson CB Maryland