Featured User Mocks: NFC West

On The Clock OTC: User Mock Drafts

Here are a couple disclaimers on these mocks before you read them:

1) This is for FUN! And a tribute and thank you to all of you that have been using On the Clock to create your own mock drafts! So we decided to pick some of our favorites. So this is not what we are predicting will happen, just showing some good things you GMs out there were able to do with On the Clock!

2) People used various big boards so the rankings will change. Again, anything can happen in the NFL Draft but you will see players in various places on these mocks because different big boards were used.

3) Its not the same mock draft for all 32 teams. Why do you see the same player going 3 times in a division? Because these are 32 different simulations run, therefore a player can go to various teams depending on how their draft played out.

4) Some GMs used On the Clock regular and some used On the Clock Premium with trades, we used both to show the variability!

Enjoy and see Steve’s analysis on this division’s mock drafts below!

 

NFC West:             derekcarrsb

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AFC East / AFC North / AFC South / AFC West

 

Arizona Cardinals:

Link to Mock Draft: https://fanspeak.com/ontheclock/sharedraft.php?d=bbgbsz

 

31 QB DEREK CARR FRESNO STATE

52 S DEONE BUCANNON WASHINGTON STATE

63 DE TRENT MURPHY STANFORD

84 RB JEREMY HILL LSU

95 DT KELCY QUARLES SOUTH CAROLINA

120 TE C.J. FIEDOROWICZ IOWA

160 WR JEFF JANIS SAGINAW VALLEY STATE

196 OT SEANTREL HENDERSON MIAMI

 

St. Louis Rams:

Link to Mock Draft: https://fanspeak.com/ontheclock/draft.php?d=ktutaf

 

2 WR SAMMY WATKINS CLEMSON

13 CB JUSTIN GILBERT OKLAHOMA STATE

44 ILB C.J. MOSLEY  ALABAMA

75 S ED REYNOLDS STANFORD

110 QB A.J. MCCARRON ALABAMA

153 WR MIKE DAVIS TEXAS

188 RB DE’ANTHONY THOMAS OREGON

214 RB ALFRED BLUE LSU

226 TE JAKE MURPHY UTAH

241 CB LAVELLE WESTBROOKS GEORGIA SOUTHERN

249 S NAT BERHE SAN DIEGO STATE

250 CB KAMERON JACKSON CALIFORNIA

San Francisco 49ers:

Link to Mock Draft: https://fanspeak.com/ontheclock/draft.php?d=yzxjpw

 

30 DE DEE FORD AUBURN

56 WR MARTAVIS BRYANT CLEMSON

61 CB STANLEY JEAN-BAPTISTE NEBRASKA

77 WR JARVIS LANDRY LSU

94 CB MARCUS ROBERSON FLORIDA

100 C WESTON RICHBURG COLORADO STATE

129 DT KELCY QUARLES SOUTH CAROLINA

170 S JONATHAN DOWLING  WESTERN KENTUCKY

242 RB ISAIAH CROWELL ALABAMA STATE

243 TE JOE DON DUNCAN DIXIE STATE

245 DT SHAMAR STEPHEN CONNECTICUT

 

Seattle Seahawks:

Link to Mock Draft: https://fanspeak.com/ontheclock/sharedraft.php?d=shtgoe

 

44 DT RA’SHEDE HAGEMAN MINNESOTA

72 TE TROY NIKLAS NOTRE DAME

75 DE MARCUS SMITH LOUISVILLE

132 CB WALT AIKENS LIBERTY

146 RB LACHE SEASTRUNK BAYLOR

148 CB ANTONE EXUM VIRIGNIA TECH

172 S BROCK VEREEN MINNESOTA

184 WR TEVIN REESE BAYLOR

208 OLB KEVIN PIERRE-LOUIS BOSTON COLLEGE

 

Arizona Cardinals:

-The Cardinals trade back in the first round and still land their quarterback of the future in Derek Carr. They then add some quality defensive talent to the secondary and the pass rush. Later in the draft they add some weapons on offense.

St. Louis Rams:

-The Rams could go a number of different directions with these two picks in the first round, but it is hard to argue against a Sammy Watkins and Justin Gilbert pairing. That is an impact talent on either side of the passing game. In the 2nd the Rams take the sliding C.J. Mosley who is another top talent. Later the Rams fill in a lot of needs on both sides of the ball and nab a quarterback to develop behind Sam Bradford.

San Francisco 49ers:

-The 49ers need for a pass rusher has grown in recent weeks due to the uncertainty surrounding Aldon Smith. The 49ers use their depth of early round picks to fix both their secondary and wide receiver depth chart. Later some offensive and defensive line help is added.

Seattle Seahawks:

-Without a pressing need the Seahawks trade back here and restock the depth on their roster. Seattle lost numerous defensive linemen in free agency so grabbing a couple guys early on makes sense. Adding an inline tight end that can be a weapon in the passing game, would be a really good move for Seahawks. Later Seattle continues to add depth in the secondary and among skill positions.

 

 


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