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Pac-12 Perspective 2018 NFL Mock Draft final: three rounds of mock

The draft is light on Pac-12 talent this year.

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  1. Cleveland - Josh Allen QB Wyoming

2. Giants - Baker Mayfield QB Oklahoma

3. Jets - Sam Darnold QB USC - Darnold slips a couple of QB slots down, but gets taken by the second New York team. I think all of the top four QBs have similar amounts of question marks, and Darnold has the best overall physical package, so this is a nice snag for the Jets.

4. Cleveland - SaQuon Barkley RB Penn State

5. Denver - Quenton Nelson G Notre Dame

6. Indianapolis - Bradley Chubb DE NCState

7. Tampa Bay - Derwin James S Florida State

8. Chicago - Roquan Smith LB Georgia

9. San Francisco - Denzel Ward CB Ohio State

10. Oakland - Vita Vea DT Washington - I think the first team that could use a DT jumps on Vea. He has the potential to bolster the front interior of the Raider defense from his first game.

11. Miami - Tremaine Edmunds LB Virginia Tech

12. Buffalo - Josh Rosen QB UCLA - Rosen is taking a lot of heat, but I still think he has the potential to be a franchise NFL QB, and I think the Bills, or someone not much further down the draft will too. Don’t be surprised if someone like Buffalo trades up for him.

13. Washington - Da’Ron Payne DT Alabama

14. Green Bay - Minkah Fitzpatrick S Alabama

15. Arizona - Mike McGlinchey T Notre Dame

16. Baltimore - Marcus Davenport DE UTSA

17. Chargers - Maurice Hurst DE Michigan

18. Seattle - Isaiah Wynn G Georgia

19. Dallas - Calvin Ridley WR Alabama

20. Detroit - Taven Bryan DT Florida

21. Cincinnati - James Daniels C Iowa

22. Buffalo - Leighton Vander Esch LB Boise State

23. New England - Harold Landry DE Boston College

24. Carolina - Joshua Jackson CB Iowa

25. Tennessee - Hayden Hurst TE South Carolina

26. Atlanta - Rashaan Evans LB Alabama

27. New Orleans - Lamar Jackson QB Louisville

28. Pittsburgh - Sam Hubbard DE Ohio State

29. Jacksonville - D.J. Moore WR Maryland

30. Minnesota - Will Hernandez G UTEP

31. New England - Kolton Miller T UCLA - The 6’8 Miller will be a nice replacement for former Pac-12 great tackle Nate Solder.

32. Philadelphia - Sony Michel RB Georgia

2nd Round

33. Cleveland - Mike Hughes CB UCF

34. Giants - Derrius Guice RB LSU

35. Cleveland - Billy Price G Ohio State

36. Indianapolis - Rashaad Penny RB San Diego State

37. Indianapolis - Ronnie Harrison S Alabama

38. Tampa Bay - Kerryon Johnson RB Auburn

39. Chicago - Courtland Sutton WR SMU

40. Denver - Mason Rudolph QB Oklahoma State

41. Oakland - Ronald Jones RB USC - Jones would be a first round pick if he was a little bigger. He’s right in the middle of the pack of second round RBs in a draft when a lot of teams need second round RBs.

42. Miami - Jaire Alexander CB Louisville

43. New England - Donte Jackson CB LSU

44. Washington - Isaiah Oliver CB Colorado - The Redskins could use a second CB and Oliver has the size to step in right away. He won’t last long in the second round.

45. Green Bay - Dallas Goedert TE South Dakota State

46. Cincinnati - Terrell Edmunds S Virginia Tech

47. Arizona - Kyle Lauletta QB Richmond

48. Chargers - Brian O’Neill T Pittsburgh

49. Indianapolis - Orlando Brown T Oklahoma

50. Dallas - Justin Reid S Stanford - He’s a little light for an NFL safety, but has everything else lights out. The Cowboys need a lot of help in their secondary and Reid would be a steal here.

51. Detroit - James Washington WR Oklahoma State

52. Baltimore - Christian Kirk WR Texas A&M

53. Buffalo - Anthony Miller WR Memphis

54. Kansas City - Connor Williams T Texas

55. Carolina - Lorenzo Carter DE Georgia

56. Buffalo - Frank Ragnow C Arkansas

57. Tennessee - Tyrell Crosby T Oregon - The Titans could use some more talent on their offensive line. How about another Duck to protect Marcus Mariota?

58. Atlanta - B.J. Hill DT NCState

59. San Francisco - Nick Chubb RB Georgia

60. Pittsburgh - Jessie Bates S Wake Forest

61. Jacksonville - Braden Smith G Auburn

62. Minnesota - Equanimeous St. Brown WR Notre Dame

63. New England - Darius Leonard LB South Carolina State

64. Cleveland - D.J. Chark WR LSU

Third Round

65. Buffalo - Carlton Davis CB Auburn

66. Giants - Arden Key DE LSU

67. Indianapolis - Nick Nelson CB Wisconsin

68. Houston - Malik Jefferson LB Texas

69. Giants - Tim Settle DT Virginia Tech

70. San Francisco - Geron Christian T Louisville

71. Denver - Harrison Phillips DT Stanford - The Broncos need to rebuild the front of their defense and a plugger like Phillips would be the perfect guy to help do that and a steal in the third round.

72. Jets - Nathan Shepherd DT Fort Hays State

73. Miami - Martinas Rankin T Mississippi State

74. San Francisco - Mike Gesicki TE Penn State

75. Oakland - Austin Corbett C Nevada

76. Green Bay - Rasheem Green DE USC - Green’s versatility upfront makes him a major asset for a team right away. He would be great on the edge, or inside.

77. Cincinnati - Trenton Thompson DT Georgia

78. Kansas City - Dante Pettis WR Washington - Pettis fell a bit due to a late-season injury, but his punt returning capabilities makes him a special prospect that should go off the board in the third round.

79. Arizona - Andrew Brown DE Virginia

80. Houston - Kyzir White S West Virginia

81. Dallas - Breeland Speaks DE Mississippi

82. Detroit - Tarvarius Moore S Southern Mississippi

83. Baltimore - Anthony Averrett CB Alabama

84. Chargers - Christian Campbell CB Penn State

85. Carolina - Mark Andrews TE Oklahoma

86. Kansas City - Josh Sweat DE Florida State

87. Rams - Dorance Armstrong Jr. DE Kansas

88. Carolina - Auden Tate WR Florida State

89. Tennessee - Jerome Baker LB Ohio State

90. Atlanta - Uchenna Nwosu LB USC - The USC standout came on late in the process and has probably worked his way into the third round.

91. New Orleans - Tony Brown CB Alabama

92. Pittsburgh - Mike White QB Western Kentucky

93. Jacksonville - Ian Thomas TE Indiana

94. Minnesota - DeShon Elliott S Texas

95. New England - Duke Dawson CB Florida

96. Buffalo - Joel Iygrebuniwe LB Western Kentucky