Eight Arrowhead Addict writers will get together and conduct a mock draft of the first round. Each writer will pick four times, spread out over the entire draft. Each pick will be accompanied with an explanation why that writer made that particular pick. At the end of the round, the entire draft will be posted.
The writers picking in the draft are (in order of selection):
Jason Seibel – Assistant Editor picking for the Houston Texans (1), the Buffalo Bills (9), The Baltimore Ravens (17) and the San Diego Chargers (25)
Stacy D. Smith – Featured Columnist picking for the St. Louis Rams (2), the Detroit Lions (10), the New York Jets (18) and the Cleveland Browns (26)
Lyle Graverson – Featured Columnist picking for the Jacksonville Jaguars (3), the Tennessee Titans (11), the Miami Dolphins (19) and the New Orleans Saints (27)
Nicholas Clayton – Featured Columnist picking for the Cleveland Browns (4), New York Giants (12), Arizona Cardinals (20) and the Carolina Panthers (28)
Jeff Grasser – Staff Writer picking for the Oakland Raiders (5), St. Louis Rams (13), Green Bay Packers (21) and New England Patriots (29)
Nick Floyd – Staff Writer picking for the Atlanta Falcons (6), Chicago Bears (14), the Philadelphia Eagles (22) and the San Francisco 49ers (30)
Damian Nelson – Senior Contributor picking for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers (7), the Pittsburgh Steelers (15) the Kansas City Chiefs (23) and the Denver Broncos (31)
Ladner Morse – Featured Columnist picking for the Minnesota Vikings (8), the Dallas Cowboys (16), the Cincinnati Bengals (24) and the Seattle Seahawks (32)
The draft will begin on Monday morning and we will post seven picks on Monday through Thursday with the final four picks posted on Friday along with a recap of the entire draft.
Where will Johnny “Football” Manziel go? Which teams will Teddy Bridgewater, Blake Bortles or even Jadevon Clowney? Who will Double D take for the Chiefs?
Who will your favorite AA writer pick? Make sure you check back to AA starting next Monday to find out.
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