Carters Mock 3.0 w Trades

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Here is my third try for the upcoming Draft with Trades.


I traded 56 with the Panthers for 65 and 101


24.
Tyler Guyton OT Oklahoma
Height: 6 - 7 | Weight: 326


Tyler Guyton only started five games in 2022, but he immediately jumps off the screen as a polished blocker with 14 total games played in three seasons. Playing right tackle across from 2023 first-round pick Anton Harrison, Guyton was a natural pass blocker with refined patience. He's a standout athlete who can effortlessly pivot from one target to another when he needs to.
Guyton is a nasty run blocker who will pancake a defender when he has the chance. There's room for improvement with how he engages with his hands in the run game so they can't slip off his grip, and he must take better angles when landmarking upfield. Nevertheless, Guyton has a high upside and first-round potential.

65.
Cedric Gray LB North Carolina
Height: 6 - 2 | Weight: 235


Over the past three seasons and counting, Gray has accumulated massive numbers. Over that stretch, he has 340 tackles, 28 tackles for loss, eight sacks, five interceptions, 12 pass breakups, five forced fumbles, and five fumble recoveries.
One of the most important measures of quality LB play is how active that LB is, and no one can question that aspect of Gray’s profile. He’s a producer in all phases, and he’s rising up the board as a 2024 NFL Draft prospect.

87.
Michael Hall Jr. DT Ohio State
Height: 6 - 3 | Weight: 290


Michael Hall Jr. still has a ways to go before he locks in his status as a potential first-round pick. But all the necessary upside is there to fuel such an ascent.
At 6'2", 295 pounds, Hall is an energized wrecking ball on the interior with phenomenal burst, agility, proportional length, closing speed, and torquing power capacity, and he's flashed the ability to win quickly with violent swims and clubs. As long as he stays consistent with his balance and fluidity through rush moves, he can be dangerous.

101.
Johnny Wilson WR Florida State
Height: 6 - 6 | Weight: 237


From high school — when a 6’6″ Wilson ran a 40-yard dash in the 4.5 range — to the 2023 offseason — when Wilson was documented by Bruce Feldman as having 36″ arms, a 35.5″ vertical, a 10’5″ broad jump, and a max speed over 21 MPH.
Wilson’s combination of size and speed shouldn’t be legal. After toiling for two years at Arizona State, the former four-star recruit got a chance to put it on display in Florida State’s offense in 2022. Emerging as a top receiving threat for Jordan Travis, Wilson caught 43 passes for 897 yards and five touchdowns, averaging over 20 yards per catch and earning second-team All-ACC honors.

This is DK Metcalf 2.0.


172.
Drake Nugent C Michigan
Height: 6 - 2 | Weight: 301


After season's end Nugent transferred to Michigan where as a fifth year senior Nugent saw action in 13 games and played a total of 729 snaps for the Wolverines. He allowed 7 QB hurries, one QB hit, and no sacks while playing at center. Showing some nastiness to his game, Nugent will sustain blocks through the whistle, thriving when he’s in the phone booth. Outstanding in the screen game, both because of his instincts to deceive defenders and mobility to get out in front and land blocks.Coordinated when moving to the second level as a run blocker, capable of landing blocks on the move. Nugent has a high football IQ, handling protection calls at the line of scrimmage. Fundamentally sound and understands blocking angles, using body positioning to his advantage. Disciplined awareness and good intelligence. Shows good quickness and flexibility on reach blocks, and he has enough range to get out as a puller.

I believe he has starting potential and could replace Biadasz

212.
Carson Steele RB UCLA
Height: 6 - 1 | Weight: 216


We don’t often see running backs like Steele. He’s crafty, strong, can take a hit, and keep moving. He has some short-area burst and agility, but he’s also mastered the nuance of being a running back. As a sophomore in 2022 he played 12 games. and rushed for an elite 1528 yards on 289 carries for an impressive 5.3 ypc, with 14 TDs, with 3 fumbles. In the passing game he pulled in 29 receptions for 166 yards.
After the end of the year Steele transferred to UCLA where as a junior Steele saw action in 12 games for the Bruins. He ran for 845 yards on 167 attempts for an impressive 5.1 ypc, with 6 TDs, with 2 fumbles. As a receiver he made 17 receptions for 163 yards.

230.
Renardo Green CB FSU
Height: 6-0 | Weight: 185 lbs


The redshirt senior played in 53 games with 32 starts as a Seminole. Green has played in all 26 of FSU's games over the last two seasons. He started 12 games in 2022 before starting all 13 this season.
This season, Green produced 43 total tackles, 13 pass breakups, 2.5 tackles for loss, one interception, and one forced fumble. He was named a Thorpe Award semifinalist and a second-team All-ACC cornerback. His 14 passes defended led the ACC and was 10th nationally.

241. Ovie Oghoufo EDGE LSU
Height: 6-2 | Weight: 245


Depth for the D-Line. Played three Years in Texas before transferring to LSU. Has some Pass Rush Ability and is a solid tackler.
 
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