RF21 Mock Draft: 2.0: Trading Back

Expect the Raiders to trade back as much as possible. This is just a simulation of what Reggie might try to do.

1. KC: Star Lotulelei. Andy Reid probably won't want to start out using his first pick on a risky gamble. They drafted a NT last year but no one knows what kind of defense they will be running in KC and Reid always had a 4-3 in Philly.

2. Jags: Jarvis Jones. It's going to be a pass rusher just which one is the question. I think it will be Jones.

3. Oakland Raiders trade the 3rd pick to the Rams for both Rams 1st rounders. Raiders and Rams also swap picks in the 3rd and 4th round.

3. Rams: Luke Joeckel. Rams need a top tackle and Joeckel is the best in the class maybe the best of the last 3. Protecting Bradford is the goal next year.

4. Eagles: Taylor Lewan OT Michigan

5. Lions: Bjoern Werner DE FSU

6. Browns: Damontre Moore DE A&M

7. Cards: Jake Mathews OT A&M

8. Bills: Te'O MLB Notre Dame

9. Jets: Barkevious Mingo OLB LSU

10.Titans: Dee Milliner CB Bama

11.SD: Eric FIsher OT Central Michigan

12.Miami: Keenan Allen WR CAL

13.TB: Jonathan Banks CB MIss St.

14. Carolina: Jon Hankins NT OSU

15. NO: Sheldon Richardson DT Missouri

16. Oakland Raiders trade to Buffalo Bills for their 2nd, 3rd, 5th, and 2nd in 2014

16. Buffalo: Geno Smith QB WVU. Buffalo gets their leader on Offense and Defense.

17. Pitt: Dion jordan Oregon OLB

18. Dallas: John Jenkins NT Georgia

19. NYG: Ezekiel Ansah, DE, BYU

20. Bears: Chance Warmack OG Bama

21. Cincy: Sam Montgomery DE LSU

22. Oakland: Alex Okafor 6-4/265 DE Texas

Ask Oregon St fans about Okafor. Pretty much won Texas the game and ended their season. He has lots of passing rushing moves and finds ways to hit the QB. He can stand up in 3-4 as well.

So The Raiders finish the 1st round with their Pass rusher while adding 3 more picks this year and a 2nd next year.

2nd Round: Alec Ogletree 6-3/240 LB Georgia

Very quick and aggressive LB. He can play all 3 spots.

3rd Round: Oday Aboushi, 6-6/310 OT, Virginia

Would be an upgrade day 1 from Barnes.

3rd Round: Brandon Jenkins, 6-3/260 DE, Florida State

Was a star his junior year and broke his foot week 1 of his senior season. Could be a huge steal. He does have the athleticism to stand up in the 3-4.

4th Round: Andrew Jackson, ILB 6-1/260 Western Kentucky

He's a leader on his team. He can also lay wood.

4th Round: Tyrann Mathieu S, LSU (Trade DHB to Detroit for a 4th and 5th next year)

Some off the field issues but a huge low risk-high reward. Instantly makes the secondary better and replaces Gio. Huff could move back to FS but maybe the Honey Badger will sway Reggie to keep Huff at CB or get rid of him altogether.

5th Round: Daniel McCullers, 6-8/360 DT, Tennessee

Huge NT. Might need to lose a little weight.

6th Round: Larry Black, Jr. 6-2/310 DT, Indiana ez

Dez Bryant will take Seymour's job and Larry Black Jr. will compete to take Bryant's job as a key rotational inside linemen.

7th Round: Montori Hughes, DT 6-4/330 Tennessee-Martin

Got kicked off Tennessee but has nice stats. I'd like to see what he has in camp. Would give us another NT.

With this draft and 1-2 key free agents with some depth players we could see some real improvements.This draft also will allow DA and JT to be multiple on defense. CB, G, and WR should be taken care of through free agency.

What do you think?

Log In Sign Up

Log In Sign Up

Forgot password?

We'll email you a reset link.

If you signed up using a 3rd party account like Facebook or Twitter, please login with it instead.

Forgot password?

Try another email?

Almost done,

By becoming a registered user, you are also agreeing to our Terms and confirming that you have read our Privacy Policy.

Join Silver And Black Pride

You must be a member of Silver And Black Pride to participate.

We have our own Community Guidelines at Silver And Black Pride. You should read them.

Join Silver And Black Pride

You must be a member of Silver And Black Pride to participate.

We have our own Community Guidelines at Silver And Black Pride. You should read them.




Choose an available username to complete sign up.

In order to provide our users with a better overall experience, we ask for more information from Facebook when using it to login so that we can learn more about our audience and provide you with the best possible experience. We do not store specific user data and the sharing of it is not required to login with Facebook.