Arif Hasan contributed to this report.
After attending the Senior Bowl and taking note of whose stock rose and whose stock fell, our very own Luke Inman and Arif Hasan formulated a new first-round mock draft.
Picks 1-10 can be found HERE, 11-20 are below and 21-32 will be released Friday.
11) New Orleans Saints: Marshon Lattimore, Cornerback, Ohio State (Luke)
I’m just going to come out and say it: while it may not be the deepest, this is the best group of cornerbacks at the top I’ve ever seen. You can make a legitimate case for six different cornerbacks to be the first off the board. Lattimore is one of the most intriguing, though, with arguably the best blend of size, length and ball skills. Not nearly as polished as the others you’re banking on developing, Lattimore has an ultra-high ceiling of raw talent.
12) Cleveland Browns (via Eagles): Deshaun Watson, Quarterback, Clemson (Arif)
Perhaps the best quarterback under pressure in the draft, Watson’s size and decision-making may draw questions. But as a complete package, he’s been fantastic and should project well at the next-level. Poise, accuracy, touch and athleticism make him a great prospect for Cleveland.
13) Arizona Cardinals: Mitch Trubisky, Quarterback, North Carolina (Luke)
While there are only 13 games of film on Mitch Trubisky, he has still show plenty of pro-ready traits. His ability to hit on “anticipation throws” resembles former no. 1 pick Jameis Winston. NFL clubs may have trepidation that Trubisky is a one-year wonder, but considering he’d probably be the top QB prospect in next year’s draft, snatching him in the middle of the first round is great value for Arizona.
14) Indianapolis Colts: Tim Williams, Linebacker, Alabama (Arif)
Tim Williams will have to answer character flag questions, but as an underrated run defender and explosive pass-rusher, Williams can provide immediate value to a Colts team dying for defensive playmakers.
15) Philadelphia Eagles (via Vikings): Corey Davis, Wide Receiver, Western Michigan (Luke)
I’m not here to knock the Eagles wideouts. They have three guys that are under 25 years old and were drafted in the top-50 picks. That’s pretty incredible. However, my number one bug-a-boo when drafting a quarterback high is doing everything possible to equip him with the proper talent to succeed, much like the Raiders selecting Amari Cooper to help assure the development of Derek Carr. In a pass-happy league, you can’t have enough capable weapons, and drafting the big-bodied Davis would help the Eagles offense click. He is a physical wideout who wins with his strength and is the best after the catch in the draft. Demaryius Thomas is his best current-pro comparison.
16) Baltimore Ravens: O.J. Howard, Tight End, Alabama (Arif)
As the best player at the Senior Bowl, Howard can do what Maxx Williams evidently couldn’t and provide immense value as a blocker along with surprisingly refined ability as a pass-catcher. Howard will create a Day One impact for the Ravens.
17) Washington Redskins: Dalvin Cook, Running Back, Florida State (Luke)
I’m in the “wait on a running back” camp, so it’s tough to pull the trigger on an RB prospect inside the top 15. However, Cook is too good to pass up on here with his Jamaal Charles-type of explosion and ability in the passing game. A home-run threat every time he touches the ball, Cook will have offensive mastermind Jay Gruden laughing all the way to the bank.
18) Tennessee Titans: Quincy Wilson, Cornerback, Florida (Arif)
Wilson may be a better corner than his teammate, Teez Tabor. He has all the requisite physical skills as well as high-level recognition and awareness. With shutdown coverage capability and a force against the run, the only question mark is his ability to create turnovers.
19) Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Leonard Fournette, Running Back, LSU (Luke)
The dominos continue to fall at running back now as Fournette is a blue-chip type talent at the position, but in a deep class gets pushed down. The Buccaneers are thrilled as they finally have a solution to their running game woes. Giving Jameis Winston and the passing game some support on the ground will do wonders, especially off play action, and allow the Bucs to keep defenses guessing. This offense is now oozing with young talent.
20) Denver Broncos: Cam Robinson, Offensive Tackle, Alabama (Arif)
The Broncos need to create an environment ready for whichever quarterback will suit up for them next season, and though Robinson needs technical work in that area, he is a phenomenal run-blocker with athletic potential through the roof.