Carters Mock 1.0 - Early Mock


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R1 Pick 26
Anton Harrison OT Oklahoma 6'5 315 lbs

Harrison is a nimble 6-foot-5, 315-pound tackle who started on the left side for the Sooners ever since he was a true freshman. This past season, he allowed only nine pressures on 447 pass-blocking snaps.

-> Tyron Smith is done. Cant be trusted anymore. The injuries are killing this team and Tyler Smith is better suited at LG. This fixes the Blindside with two first Rounders for the foreseeable future.

R2 Pick 58
Jahmyr Gibbs RB Alabama 5'11 200 lbs

Last Season had 926 rushing yards with 444 receiving yards and 7 TDs for the Crimson Tide. He is very explosive. A very dynamic pass catcher and elusive. Hes basically Tony Pollard 2.0. This allows us to move on from Pollard who will get big bucks somewhere despite his injury. Zeke will be here for one more year for short yardage redzone and blocking. After that hes gone. Gibbs is the new #1 RB.

R3 Pick 90
Jaquelin Roy DT LSU 6'4 300 lbs

2022 was Roy’s first season as the full-time starter and he had his most productive year, posting 49 total tackles. Roy has a prototype frame and appears to have the athletic upside that gives him the potential to be a very productive player in the NFL. Roy’s athletic upside helps him as both a run defender and as a pass rusher. He is not that good of a pass rusher so far but has all the athletic upside to become one.

R4 Pick 129
Jonathan Mingo WR Mississippi 6'2 225 lbs

Mingo had 861 yards and 5 Tds last season. He played in more than 40 games for Ole Miss. Mingo has a noticeable physical presence. Listed at 6-foot-2 and 225 pounds, Mingo has a well-proportioned frame with a muscular upper body and a dense lower half. This frame helps Mingo be an effective receiver in multiple ways. As a route-runner facing press coverage, Mingo has shown the ability to use his strength and quickness to play through defensive backs in press coverage and quickly get into his route. Once Mingo has the ball in his hands, he also uses his strength to become a difficult receiver to tackle for defensive backs. Mingo’s physical presence running with the ball after the catch appears to be his best trait as a player.

R5 Pick 163
Henry To'o To'o LB Alabama 6'2 230 lbs

Best name in the Draft. Lead Alabama in Tackling (113) this season.
There are many aspects to like about Henry To’o To’o’s play as an inside linebacker. To’o To’o shows to be a high-IQ football player in the run game in how he is quickly able to decipher through traffic and find ball carriers to make the tackle at or near the line of scrimmage. To’o To’o also shows to be a high-IQ player in his pass coverage. In zone drops, To’o To’o does a good job of reading the QB’s eyes and understanding route concepts to play the passing lanes and be disruptive. The other part of To’o To’o’s game that is impressive is his athleticism. To’o has the sideline-to-sideline speed to close on ball carriers quickly and make the tackle.

R5 Pick 170
Tyler Lacy EDGE Oklahoma State 6'4 285 lbs

Tyler Lacy has been a fixture for the Oklahoma State defensive line since his redshirt freshman season in 2019 and started for four seasons.

Lacy is a powerful defensive lineman with excellent play-recognition skills. He has a natural ability to read blocks and react. Lacy has firm hands that he uses to control reps with the ability to lock out, find the football, and finish. There is so much to love about the urgency Lacy plays the game with and his motor is always fully cranked. Despite playing with inconsistent leverage, Lacy showcases good power at the point of attack and is generally stout with anchoring against the run. He is often tasked with two-gapping and Lacy holds his own. Oklahoma State plays Lacy inside and outside and on both the left and right sides. Lacy’s hands stay busy as he looks to fit them and put himself in a favorable position to disengage and deconstruct blocks. He will become a rotational Edge Rusher.

R5 Pick 176
D.J Turner CB Michigan 6'0 185 lbs

DJ Turner is the top cornerback on the Michigan Wolverines’ defense.

Turner is a gifted and explosive athlete at the cornerback position. In coverage, Turner is an irritant for opposing wide receivers. He combines elite deep speed, oily hips, and quick-and-light feet to mirror and match his assignment. I love the patience and instincts he plays with, especially in man-to-man coverage. Turner has shown the ability to run with nearly every wide receiver he has faced this season. One of the best terms to describe his game is “sticky.” On tape, he is routinely spotted in the hip pocket of opposing receivers. The ability to blanket talented receivers and remain in phase on most reps cannot be undervalued. An ultimate competitor, Turner plays the ball and the receiver’s hands to force pass breakups.

Hes my pet cat and the replacement of Anthony Brown who is all but done after that injury. Might need to grab him earlier though.

R6 Pick 204
Austin Stogner TE South Carolina 6'5 250 lbs

Austin Stogner offers a big-bodied target that showcases the ability to find soft spots in zones and make himself available for the quarterback. He processes coverage quickly and makes sound adjustments on the fly. While Stogner has some issues with drops, he also flashes the ability to extend his catch radius and make plays on the football through contact. Stogner showcases the ability to threaten the seam with his blend of size and ball skills. Stogner is a willing and competitive blocker that is experienced both in-line and detached from the formation. As a receiver, Stogner has functioned from a variety of alignments with a notable chunk of his time at Oklahoma coming as a big slot.

R6 Pick 212
Demarco Hellams S Alabama 6'1 210 lbs

Hellams was a versatile defender, playing both the deep safety position and closer to the line of scrimmage. Two seasons ago was one of Hellams’ most productive campaigns, leading the Crimson Tide defense in tackles with 108. He also had an interception and a forced fumble, showing that he can contribute in a multitude of ways. He is a traditional SS

R7 Pick 246
Cameron Mitchell CB Northwestern

racks the ball well and has the natural ball skills for forcing turnovers. Can get up on the line of scrimmage and deliver a solid punch early in routes, then use that quickness to shadow, or back off and close quickly when the ball comes out . Fluid mover with decent speed and his length allows him to cover effectively downfield. Quicker than Mitchell is fast but has a burst to close in zone coverage and plays physical at the line in man. His length and leaping ability allow him to high-point the ball and make plays. Mitchell would have had bigger interception numbers in college had opposing quarterbacks not gone out of their way to avoid him. Gets beat over the top quite a lot.