It's a strange year for the site. Most years I will put a few mocks out throughout the season to test the waters, but I decided to focus on the entire process. Usually the "and only" in the title of the article is replaced with "Huddle Report," but I found out recently that because I had not put multiple mock drafts up this year that I would not be eligible. It's a rule that I don't quite agree with, but I am not one to argue. Here is the mock that I would have submitted.

1. Cleveland- Myles Garrett, Edge, TAMU

This should not be a shock. I worry about Garrett's commitment and care (see Clowney before it was time to start playing for a 2nd contract), but he should be the pick with ZERO good options at QB.

2. San Fran- Soloman Thomas, Edge, Stanford

Have they gone DL early the last couple of years? Absolutely. But I just don't think the team is going to bite on Adams this early.

3. Chicago- Jamal Adams, S, LSU

Is it a perfect fit with the rest of the guys? No. But Adams might be the best overall guy in the draft, and adds a tenacity that this team has been missing.

4. Jacksonville- Jonathan Allen, DL, Alabama

What? No Fournette? This may seem like a fall for him, but the I believe the Jags organization might go with a guy that many think is the best in the draft.

5. Tennessee Titans- Marshon Lattimore, CB, Ohio State

I could be wrong, but I just don't see the Titans getting all of the trade calls here. We will get to more later, but for now the Titans grab one of the 16 DB's that they need.

6. New York Jets- Leonard Fournette, RB, LSU

Fournette's "fall" comes to an end here. I think the team will ultimately give Hackenberg a chance, and they will look for a guy like Brad Kaaya later in the draft.

7. Mike Williams, WR, Clemson

The Chargers need to find a receiver (or three) that can stay on the field. Mike Williams may not have the healthiest bill of health, but he is probably the least risky for the first round guys.

8. Carolina- Malik Hooker, S, Ohio State

Everyone and their five friends think this will be a certain runningback from Stanford. And it might be, but I hate when everyone believes in something. Hooker quickly will take over for grandpa Mike Adams.

9. Cincinnati- Forrest Lamp, OG, Western Kentucky

The Bengals don't have that many needs which makes this pick very interesting. Is this early for Lamp? VERY. I don't take a guard in the first round unless I'm picking 29th, have a QB, LT, and enough pass rushers. But someone is going to WANT Lamp. He was a stud against everyone Alabama threw at him. 

10. Buffalo- O.J. Howard, TE, Alabama

Some think that Howard is the most complete offensive player in the draft. The Bills haven't really had a good TE in a long time, and Howard instantly makes 11 positions better on that offensive.

11. New Orleans Marlon Humprey. CB, Alabama

The Saints clearly want a safety, but trading for one ends here at the 11th pick.

12. Cleveland- Christian McCaffrey, RB, Stanford

WHAT?!?!?!? Mitch Trubisky fell to them and they passed? I could (and likely will) be wrong, but I think Mitch is smoke. He feels way too much like a 2013 when Ryan Nassib was supposed to go in the top-8 to 12. He ended up being the 5th QB taken in the middle rounds. Mitch is raw, has little experience, and has a strong (but not elite) arm. In a poor draft with no QB that anyone really wants it seems weird that every team seems to want to trade up for Mitch.

13. Arizona- Hasson Reddick, LB, Temple

Reddick is a very interesting prospect that went from nowhere to an early pick. He can possibly fill in early for the team.

14. Philadelphia- Cam Robinson, OT, Alabama

Wow. People are going to think that I'm a Tide fan, but I'm not. Robinson has a ton of experience, can fill in at a few places on the line until he takes over a tackle spot when Jason Peters dissolves into dust.

15. Indianapolis - Tak McKinley, DL/LB, UCLA

Is this early? Yes. Would a guy like Derek Barnett be the better pick? Absolutely. But Barnett's speed is a concern and I think this team still has some roots to Polian's theories/rules.

16. Baltimore- Derek Barnett, Edge, Tennessee

Is he fast? No. But he tries hard, and racks up stats. He is more ready to attack now, and could be a steal.

17. Charles Harris, Edge, Mizzou

Is he a perfect fit? No. But he fills a need, and for some reason a lot of people really like him. 

18. Tennessee- John Ross, WR, Washington

I would be mildly surprised if all three receivers were gone before Tennessee made their second pick, and that isn't a knock against the receivers. Ross could go very early in the draft, but I think his injury risks will push him some. Either way the Titans get a very... VERY interesting burner who actually knows how to run some routes.

19. Tampa Bay- Ryan Ramcyzk, OT, Wisconsin

Ramcyzk needs time to develop still, but luckily the Bucs have an ok enough line that he will be able to progress into a starter. 

20. Denver- Garett Bolles, OT, Utah

This isn't sexy, but he fills a need and has some huge potential.

21. Detroit- Dalvin Cook, RB, FSU

This pick is very interesting. First off the Lions have about four guys on the roster that contribute, but none are really that good. Matt Stafford hasn't really had a guy like Cook ever, and he becomes a much needed hammer. 

22. Miami- 
Reuben Foster, LB, Alabama

The fall ends. I think this is about where Foster will land, but don't be shocked if he misses the first round. 

23. New York Giants- David Njoku, TE, Miami

This could be very interesting. It is maybe the BPA (which the Giants love), he fills a huge long term need, and it makes the offense that much more interesting. 

24. Oakland- Corey Davis, WR, Western Michigan

Corey Davis will likely be long gone, and the Raiders really need to go defense here. But just because they need a corner doesn't mean they should reach on one. Davis is the best player, he will be able to quickly contribute as a 3rd receiver, and after this year the Raiders have nothing guaranteed to Michael Crabtree who makes about 8M a year. 

25. Houston- Patrick Mahomes, QB, Texas Tech

WHAT? Mahomes is the first QB taken? The Texans organization is on thin ice after the Osweiler debacle, and they are not going to want to develop a guy. Finally, don't believe a single word of smoke the Texans have said about "Tom Savage being their guy." He wasn't their guy last year when it mattered and when he should have been.

26. *TRADE* Cleveland (from Seattle)- Deshaun Watson, QB, Clemson

I for the record hate trades in mock drafts, but I also know that Seattle loves to trade out of the first. I think the Browns give up something minor(we'll say they swap 3rds) to get back in and grab a guy after the Mahomes pick. BTW let's go crazy and say that the Seahawks grab Joe Mixon with the 1st pick in the 2nd round.

27. Kansas City- Adoree' Jackson, CB, USC

The Chiefs need to get some depth at corner, and Jackson can chip in at a few spots

28. Dallas- Obi Melifonwu, S, UConn

The Cowboys could essentially go 10 different places on defense with this pick, and Obi has a ton of freakish potential.

29. Green Bay- Tre' Davious White, CB, LSU

The Packers need some help in the backfield, and Tre White could end up being a very good one.

30. Pittsburgh- Jarrad Davis, LB, Florida

The Steelers are getting old at linebacker and could use some fresh juice from a guy like Davis

31. Atlanta- Taco Charlton, DE, Michigan

The Falcons don't have a ton of needs, so this may be a slight luxury pick, but Taco can possibly be a great fit in their Leo spot.

32. New Orleans- T.J. Watt, DE/LB, Wisconsin

The Saints could go anywhere with this pick, but I expect them to see who falls to them. Watt could contribute in a few ways on the team early on.