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‘Tis the season of mock drafts, which means you’ll be seeing plenty of these bad boys between now and April. Normally mock drafts not only give you the chance to see which positions might line up as good fits for your favorite NFL team, but they also give you some insight and a feel as to how a draft analyst may view your team when it comes to major needs.

But diversity is good; being able to break group think and spice up some opinions goes a long way in determining what might really be reality come April. So, with that in mind, we here at The Draft Network have decided to give you all our first “round table” mock draft of the season.

What we’ve done here is take the six draft writers on our staff, Kyle Crabbs, Trevor Sikkema, Brad Kelly, Benjamin Solak, Jon Ledyard and Joe Marino, and divided up a 32-pick mock draft so each of us selected just five or six player instead of all 32.

This made for a fun exercise, as a couple players went earlier and later than you would expect.

So with six GMs on the clock, here’s what TDN’s first round tackle mock draft of the year looked like.

1. San Francisco 49ers

Nick Bosa, EDGE, Ohio State

“The 49ers have a talented collection of interior defensive linemen but they need an outside pass rush presence. Nick Bosa will be a terror playing next to DeForest Buckner.”

– Kyle Crabbs

2. Arizona Cardinals

Quinnen Williams, iDL, Alabama

“It’s always good when one of a team’s biggest needs is not only at a position of value, but is also aligned with the correct crop of talent coming out of a draft class. The Cardinals’ top need is edge, but they need interior defensive line help, too. Here they get the best one.”

– Trevor Sikkema

3. Oakland Raiders

Brian Burns, EDGE, Florida State

“As one of the best edge defenders in the class, the 6-foot-5, 240-pound Burns could go as high as the Top 5. In this scenario, the Raiders address one of their biggest needs with one of college football’s most productive players from 2018.”

– Brad Kelly

4. Atlanta Falcons

Ed Oliver, iDL, Houston

“I have some concerns with Ed (around 280 pounds) playing next to Grady Jarrett (around 290) pounds, but hey! This Falcons front 7 has really been riding the whole undersized thing for a while now, so let’s keep it rolling. Atlanta simply can’t say no to front four help at this point, and while Oliver wasn’t a super productive pass-rusher in college, he has the quickness profile and hand technique to create quick interior disruption. Don’t even talk to me about a 3-man front with a true 0-tech, and then Jarrett and Oliver at 3-techs. Wheew!”

– Benjamin Solak

5. New York Jets

Josh Allen, EDGE, Kentucky

“The scheme will probably change next year in New York under new coaches, but Allen can play in any front and would give the Jets the best pass rusher they’ve had in years.”

– Jon Ledyard

6. Buffalo Bills

D.K. Metcalf, WR, Ole Miss

“Josh Allen has taken major strides throughout the course of his rookie season and making sure his weaponry is loaded in Year Two is critical for his development. Metcalf offers exceptional physical traits and exciting nuance for a prospect that is just 20-years-old. He has the upside to become one of the NFL’s premier receivers.”

– Joe Marino

7. Jacksonville Jaguars

Justin Herbert, QB, Oregon

“One thing we do know for sure? The Blake Bortles era has come to an end. Herbert’s tools make him an obvious candidate to take over and his big arm would allow the Jaguars’ speedy WR group to threaten vertically.”

– Kyle Crabbs

8. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Jonah Williams, OT, Alabama

“Even if the Buccaneers won’t move on from Donovan Smith this offseason, right tackle Demar Dotson is getting up there in age and they need to make sure they’re on the up-curve of offensive line play rather than waiting a year too long.”

– Trevor Sikkema

9. Detroit Lions

Byron Murphy, CB, Washington

“They Lions have Slay, and his slot is locked down, but giving him a shutdown cornerback on the opposite side could elevate the entire Lions’ defense, as a whole, by eliminating one of their biggest weaknesses.”

– Brad Kelly

10. New York Giants

Dwayne Haskins, QB, Ohio State

“While the actual Giants may not yet be interested in grabbing the quarterback of the future, I’m on board. Haskins honestly needs time to develop — he’s only a redshirt sophomore with one year of starting experience, and will turn 22 shortly after the draft. With Herbert off the board, Haskins is unquestionably the best remaining option at quarterback — and he will benefit from the 2019 year of sitting as Eli Manning starts (and the Giants don’t make the playoffs, again!)”

– Benjamin Solak

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