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The official 1500ESPN Vikings Draft Simulation 1.0

We’re only weeks away now from the NFL Draft, which means there will be mock drafts flying around everywhere. So we’ve decided to take a little different approach.

The website FanSpeak has created an NFL Draft Simulator. You pick from a prospect list, then the simulator runs through the rounds until your team (in this case, the Minnesota Vikings) comes up, and then you get to make the pick. So each week leading up to the draft, we will make the Vikings’ picks and publish a new simulation exploring different ways they could go in the draft.

(You can do your own Vikings draft simulation here. PLEASE feel free to do your own drafts and leave the results in the comments or tweet them to @1500ESPN!)

So here is how things turned out for the Vikings on the first attempt:

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See the entire simulation here.

Pick-by-pick Analysis:

48. Alvin Kamara, RB, Tennessee

The Vikings are looking for their LeSean McCoy or Le’Veon Bell with this pick. Kamara is a three-down back who was an explosive part of the Vols’ offense, averaging 6.2 Yards Per Carry over the last two years. He also showed his outstanding athleticism at the NFL Combine. As a good receiver, Kamara could be part of a three-headed monster with Latavius Murray and Jerick McKinnon right away with the potential to turn into a franchise back. The Vikings are in need of more offensive weapons, especially ones that fit the West Coast Offense.

Here’s what the draft board looked like around No. 48:

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Both Ogunjobi and Dawkins would have made reasonable picks. Sharrif Floyd’s future is up in the air and the Vikings do not have an immediate answer at defensive tackle, but Dawkins has the athletic ability to develop into a full-time tackle and might be able to play guard right away.

In this scenario, the Vikings would have the tough Joe Mixon decision taken out of their hands and wouldn’t have a chance to pick the freakish tight end Evan Engram.

79. Pat Elflein, C, Ohio State

It was surprising to find Elflein still on the board  at 79 as most mock drafts have him as a second-round pick. The Vikings need interior offensive linemen and the Ohio State product was easily the best on the board. He is considered a tireless worker, smart player and NFL-ready prospect who could either start at center and allow Joe Berger to move to guard or compete for the right guard position. His NFL.com draft profile includes this quote from an NFC West scout:

“You are getting a guy who will be great for your locker room and will get the rest of the offensive line on board. I think he could have the same fast impact on a team’s running game that Zach Martin had in Dallas. Safe draft pick to me.”

If there’s any team in the league that needs its running game improved, it’s the Vikings, who had the 32nd ranked running offense in the NFL.

Other possibilities with this pick included Penn State WR Chris Godwin and Iowa safety Desmond King.

86. JuJu Smith-Schuster, WR, USC

With free agency essentially bare and the Vikings losing two receivers (Cordarrelle Patterson, Charles Johnson) this offseason, coming away with a solid receiving prospect was important. Smith-Schuster is known as a competitor with a body type and playing style similar to Anquan Boldin. He isn’t a burner or a deep threat, but more of a rock-solid possession receiver who can win battles at the line of scrimmage and when the ball is in the air.

120. Jaleel Johnson, DL, Iowa

Johnson had a big year at Iowa, picking up 7.5 sacks and 10.0 tackles for loss. At 6-foot-3, 315-pounds, he profiles as the type of three-technique DT that could take the spot of Sharrif Floyd if the Vikings’ current starter can’t return from nerve damage in his knee. With one of the league’s elite nose tackles in Linval Joseph, it’s possible that a rookie could start right away, even if he isn’t a top pick.

Here’s the “bottom line” on Johnson per his NFL.com Draft Profile:

“Active defensive tackle with the motor and athleticism to find production in the NFL. Johnson doesn’t have the functional anchor that teams looking for a run-stuffer will be after. However, his effort, foot quickness and hand usage should create opportunities for him as a pass rusher. Johnson has the talent to become an eventual starter as a three-technique in a penetrating defensive front and could fight for rotational reps early on as a rookie.”

128. George Kittle, TE, Iowa

Chad Greenway would appreciate this draft with two Iowa players in a row.

Since most of the best options for playmaking tight end were off the board early, other needs had to be addressed, but Kittle offers speed and downfield ability that might play well alongside Kyle Rudolph. He’s 6-foot-4, 247-pounds and runs a 4.52 40-yard dash, making him a tough matchup for linebackers. Kittle also has good hands, as NFL.com points out, he only dropped one pass and made 48 catches last season.

160. Jerod Evans, QB, Virginia Tech

While the Vikings may have signed Case Keenum as their backup, we know exactly what Case Keenum is – an average backup quarterback with no upside. With a lot of players on the roster who are capable special teamers, it makes sense to pick a you-never-know quarterback instead of a low-ceiling defensive player or O-lineman with an extremely high chance of being a bust.

Also, there is a statistical study that hints at Evans as a potential sleeper.

Statistical study hints at possible sleeper QB in the draft – and he’s met with the Vikings

199. ArDarius Stewart, WR, Alabama

Stewart decided to leave Alabama after being graded a second-round pick by the NFL Draft Advisory Committee. He was a top receiver for the Crimson Tide and runs a 4.49 40-yard dash. Taking a flier on a player with a second-round grade that drops to the sixth is always a strong play, even if he has risks involved. We have seen the Vikings make a lot out of long-shot wide receivers, so here’s another one to add to the mix.

232. Jessaman Dunker, G, Tennessee State

Two things about Dunker stand out: He ran a 4.98 40-yard dash. Studies have found that the 40 correlates to success with guards. And that he’s 6-foot-4, 320-pounds. The seventh round is perfect for long shots and the Vikings need more lottery tickets on the front line. Here’s what his NFL.com draft profile says:

“Dunker is an excellent athlete, but he is extremely raw and may not have enough core strength to consistently hold up against NFL power. His best chance is with a zone-oriented rushing team, but he will still need time to improve his technique and strength before he could become a factor on the depth chart.”

  • Odin1984

    really like that , it’s a done deal !!!

  • Andre Esters

    I have to admit… even though I’m nervous about the whole RB leap of faith at #48, this overall draft haul wouldn’t be all that bad. Addressing team needs 5 out of the 6 first picks is not a bad way to mix in rookies with solid vets and other young studs. I’m gonna check out this draft simulator website, love stuff like this…

  • David John
  • David John

    Matthew Coller,
    Thanks for the tip on the draft simulator. These things are hilarious. So many variables, you can never accurately predict who is available and what is going to happen. They are fun though. Vikings need to get depth all across the roster (minus QB). I felt like we went away from our approach of drafting best available player last year when we took Laquan Treadwell with our 1st pick. I’m not giving up on him. I think he’ll be good. I think if you always draft best available talent (other than QB) and it pays you back in the long haul of keeping up an NFL roster. Would anyone care if with the 48th pick, the Vikings drafted a player at any position that happened to fall to 48? I wouldn’t. Tell me across the Vikings roster where the Vikings have no need of depth? Not going to happen. It’s the NFL.

  • PurpleFaithful

    Nice mock.

  • Brian_pdx

    Not bad at all except for the QB, which currently is not a priority. I think drafting best available player at a position of need is way smarter than just drafting the so-called best player at any position. Might as well go for needs since you are wrong 1/2 the time anyway. I like the offense emphasis in this draft since the performance of the offense was awful and the defense great last year.

  • Marc Spector

    Looks fun! and great mock btw

  • Steven M

    48: R2P16 RB ALVIN KAMARA TENNESSEE – Went with best back on board
    79: R3P15 TE ADAM SHAHEEN ASHLAND – Huge 6’6″ 280bs that can run, catch, and block
    86: R3P22 S OBI MELIFONWU UCONN – Huge 6’4″ 23-b hybrid safety that ran 4.4 40.
    120: R4P13 DL JALEEL JOHNSON IOWA – Productive DT that would plug in as starter
    128: R4P21 C ETHAN POCIC LSU – Has played everywhere on the line. Could start at center.
    160: R5P16 S LORENZO JEROME SAINT FRANCIS (PA) – Small productive player that gets is done.
    199: R6P15 LB BEN GEDEON MICHIGAN – Big MLB that can play goalline.
    232: R7P14 DL TANZEL SMART TULANE – Big motor productive DT

  • Mars Mann

    48: R2P16

    G

    FORREST LAMP

    WESTERN KENTUCKY

    79: R3P15

    C

    PAT ELFLEIN

    OHIO STATE

    86: R3P22

    DL

    DALVIN TOMLINSON

    ALABAMA

    120: R4P13

    WR

    CHAD HANSEN

    CALIFORNIA

    128: R4P21

    RB

    JEREMY MCNICHOLS

    BOISE STATE

    160: R5P16

    TE

    JEREMY SPRINKLE

    ARKANSAS

    199: R6P15

    S

    JOSH HARVEY-CLEMONS

    LOUISVILLE

    232: R7P14

    OT

    JERRY UGOKWE

    WILLIAM & MARY

    • Gordon Guffey

      I dont know about the players ((( I find it hard to believe that Lamp would still on the board when the Vikings pick though it would be sweet if he was ))) but I totally agree with positions and the rounds ~

      • Mars Mann

        Well I don´t think Lamb will be there, but if we could get this draft class I would be happy for sure.

    • Andre Esters

      WR Chad Hansen and RB Jeremy McNichols were players I’ve been keeping tabs on as well, decent picks for the later rounds.

    • Carl A Brodin

      Need to draft a RB higher in the draft.

  • Gordon Guffey

    I think there is going to be a big group of Mixon fans who are left in disbelief when Mixon is still on the board after the Vikings pick at 48 ~And if the Vikings did draft a RB at 48 I totally agree with the Alvin Kamara pick ~ However IMHO it’s going to be OLDLLBDBRB in the first 5 picks ((( in any order ))) unless they feel they can land some aging vets with a year or two left between just after the draft and the final cut down date before the season starts ~

    I do not see any way they will draft a WR’s before they draft a DL unless someone outstanding take a big fall ~ Nor do I see a QB this year unless they are totally unhappy with Heinicke and that’s not the case based on what I have read they have said ~ But we all know you can’t trust what we read at this time of the year ~ LOL

    IMHO Mars Mann mock draft just below is close to being right ~ But hey what do I know ~

    • Kody Whittington

      good stuff, I agree. Mixon is going to slide big time. The video is just horrible and its there forever on youtube. I do not want him and do not think we would take someone like that with our recent player off field issues.

      • Brian_pdx

        The video, if anything, shows she attacked him first, obviously baiting him but she, and he, were not anticipating the outcome. I’d take Mixon and the video over Kamara and all his unknown head problems in a NY minute. 3/5 first picks should be offense. If you doubt this simply look at offense vs defense rankings for the Vikings last year. Facts don’t support any emphasis of defense at all.

        • Nike15

          Can I by you a beer sir? Take mixon with the 48 pick . If you will allow this man to walk the streets with the general public what’s the issue with him playing football? Don’t like him don’t watch .

          • Gordon Guffey

            I’ll watch alright ~ As the Wilfs turn and walk away from his troubled past ~ They didn’t sign Murray so they could use their top pick on another RB ~ I can handle it if I’m wrong ~ However will those who have their eyes set on Mixon and Mixon alone be able to do the same if the Vikings dont agree with them ~ I have said I want jump off a bridge if the Vikings did draft him ~ And it want be the end of my world when they don’t ~ Remember this is mock draft season ~ Have fun with it cause its all going to be over in 23 days then it off the mid camp May 5-8 where the Vikings will get their first look~see at the players they drafted and then mandatory minicamp sometime in June ~ Hard to believe the preseason is only 5 months away ~

          • Brian_pdx

            I see your point and have interest in different opinions. That said if Murray was a number one back Oakland (or Las Vegas) wouldn’t have let him go. The fact he played hurt all year may give him the chance for a breakout this year but either way we need a RB just as much as an interior offensive lineman.

          • Gordon Guffey

            I dont disagree that they need another RB ~ I just dont see it coming at the top of their draft ~ Plus they still need to find upgrades at right OG and Center ~ Lets not forget that Berger had two concussions last year ~ Or is that two concussions over the last two years ~ ??? I know he was in a concussion protocol once last year but was cleared to play and then he missed weeks 13 and 14 I believe ~ It was two weeks whichever they were ~ I like Easton and what he did ~ But is he enough to open holes weekly ~ ??? I think so but I wouldn’t bet money on it ~ Berger might hold up at right OG for a full season but maybe not ~ ??? These are calls for the coaching staff to make for sure ~ Plus they have no choice but to find a replacement for Floyd in case he is a goner with the nerve injury ~ There is a lot to try and get fixed in the 2nd and 3rd rounds ~ After that it can be a crap shoot ~ But there may be a RB there at 48 they feel they can’t pass up ~

  • Magellan

    I drafted guys with elite measurables, production, upside and a couple of suspect characters. I don’t think there’s any chance that the draft will fall the way the simulator ran it for me, but if it does look out. Spielman would secure himself a place in the ring of honor:

    48: R2P16
    TE EVAN ENGRAM
    OLE MISS
    “The nation’s most prolific tight end won first-team All-SEC and All-American accolades by catching a team-high 65 balls for 926 yards and eight scores”

    79: R3P15
    RB JOE MIXON
    OKLAHOMA
    “Was Big 12 leader in percentage of explosive carries (15-plus yards) at 11.9 percent. True three-down back. Devastating pass catching option.”

    86: R3P22
    C PAT ELFLEIN
    OHIO STATE
    “Elflein is a smart, tireless worker with a winning background and experience at all three interior offensive line spots.”

    120: R4P13
    DL EDDIE VANDERDOES
    UCLA
    “He has the talent to become a disruptive, productive starter if his body bounces back to his earlier form. If not, he’s still a solid rotational defensive tackle.”

    128: R4P21
    G DANNY ISIDORA
    MIAMI (FLA.)
    “With his square-ish frame, it isn’t surprising that Isidora is a better run blocker than pass protector at this time. His durability and power project well to the NFL and a team could find a future starter with a mid-round investment.”

    160: R5P16
    WR KENNY GOLLADAY
    NORTHERN ILLINOIS
    “Golladay could be targeted by teams looking for a field-stretcher with size who has the potential to become a matchup problem in the redzone.”

    199: R6P15
    LB JALEN REEVES-MAYBIN
    TENNESSEE
    “In a vacuum, he has the instincts, athletic ability and cover talent of a starting, three-down linebacker. If he regains full health he could be a steal, but he might need another year of rehab work and working with strength coaches to bulk up to NFL standards.”

    232: R7P14
    QB CHAD KELLY
    OLE MISS
    “He might have the best highlights of any quarterback prospect in this class and when given enough time in the pocket, Kelly has the impressive arm talent to let loose and fire strikes downfield.”

    • Brian_pdx

      Me like, but Mixon won’t be there in the third. If he is the Vikings should hire you. Also the QB is a wasted pick but overall excellent draft.

  • linus

    All indications are that Murray will get the majority of the carries, as well as primary pass blocking responsibilities, and they finally figured out how to use McKinnon as a receiver out of the backfield in the last half-dozen or so games of last year. So why would they use their top pick to acquire a third-string RB? Makes even less sense than drafting Toby Gerhart in the same round when the team already had Peterson.

    • David John

      I agree that Murray and McKinnon as a tandem will be solid starters. Murray has had an injury history and in 2 years he’ll be 30. This is a deep RB class. You have to get a future RB on this roster because we have zero future RB on the roster now. Always have to plan for the future. I would be happy if the Vikings took 2 good RB’s from this draft. That lets you let McKinnon walk when his rookie contract is out and not have to pay him big money.

      • linus

        Why would you expect McKinnon to get “big money”? 2017 will be his 4th season, and since he’s not likely to be the primary runner, he’ll probably top out at maybe 600 yards rushing and 60 catches. Plus, RBs are not a high priority position anymore.

      • linus

        I’m not saying they shouldn’t take a RB, but if the position really is as meaningless as people like Coller keep saying it is, why select one in round 2? Especially if this draft is as deep at the position as Spielman says it is? Also, more than any other position, RBs can contribute immediately. Even McKinnon had 500-plus yards rushing and 27 catches as a rookie, after being an option QB in college, so there is no need to target one in the draft until you actually need one. Mostly though, I object because Dawkins was available, and from what I’ve read, he projects to be a tremendous guard who can likely start right away, and he could potentially move to OT in a year or two. That’s a MUCH more valuable addition, particularly since the Vikings don’t currently have a starter at RG.

      • Gordon Guffey

        With Murray still have two years before he is 30 and with as little wear and tear he has on his body as he has he should be good till he is 32 in dog years ~ LOL ~ Sorry couldn’t help myself ~

  • linus

    Dawkins instead of Kamara and a RB instead of Elflein. Otherwise I like it. Especially the Johnson and Kittle selections.

  • Andre Esters

    48: R2P16
    G DAN FEENEY INDIANA

    79: R3P15
    C PAT ELFLEIN OHIO STATE

    86: R3P22
    DL MONTRAVIUS ADAMS AUBURN

    120: R4P13
    RB JAMAAL WILLIAMS BRIGHAM YOUNG

    128: R4P21
    DL JALEEL JOHNSON IOWA

    160: R5P16
    TE GEORGE KITTLE IOWA

    199: R6P15
    QB JOSHUA DOBBS TENNESSEE

    232: R7P14
    WR ROBERT DAVIS GEORGIA STATE

    • jeffreyinoc

      This sounds good. My goal is to get 2 of the following 3: Feeney, Elflein, Pocic.

      • Andre Esters

        I tend to favor senior players and big guys for their respectable positions. 300 pound’ers on the lines, 200+ at RB and WR, and some athletic freaks at QB and TE. I’m down with that rookie class!!

    • Carl A Brodin

      Definitely like the Marlin Mack pick.

  • Kody Whittington

    We have two backs that compliment eachother well with HOLES on the rest of the roster, why in gods name do people mock RBs to us? Maybe because Ap is gone? Id argue G, C, LB, DT, WR, TE are bigger needs than a RB. I get the draft is deep at the position but that doesn’t force someone to take one with their 1st pick which happens to be in round 2, it does the exact opposite. With Murray and the Jet it allows us to not have to take an RB in this draft

    • Topgunn

      Kody, I get what you’re saying but I’m not that impressed with Murray and Jet is just a change of pace guy. Mixon is a stud. A true star. I agree with Gordon Guffey that there could very possibly be a LOT of Vikings fans disappointed if Mixon is there at #48 and they pass him up. I think if you have no #1 pick and you have a chance to draft an elite RB talent on a team that struggles on offense…you take him. And you pick your blockers later…

      • David John

        I don’t know if I want Mixon but I agree you have to get at least 1 if not 2 RB’s in this draft. McKinnon is a 3rd down back only as you stated. Murray is 2 years away from 30. If this RB draft is as deep as they say, you get 2 backs so you don’t have to worry about the future or big contracts to keep your running game going. You’re going to need money to sign Xavier Rhodes, Anthony Barr, and Eric Kendricks soon.

        • Topgunn

          I agree they should really consider drafting 2 RB’s. But CJ Ham is kind of a wildcard here and I’d be surprised if they did. It really comes down to who’s available and when.

          • Andre Esters

            For reals, nobody has mentioned CJ Ham during this RB conversation… I understand he’s nothing amazing now, but he’s at least a viable #3.

        • linus

          Ummm… they typically only have three RBs on the roster, so if they draft two, then one of them (or Murray or McKinnon) gets cut. Seems kinds stupid to me.

      • Carl A Brodin

        I don’t we don’t need another Adrian Peterson clone. I like Marlon Mack.

  • Matt

    48: R2P16

    OT

    ANTONIO GARCIA

    TROY

    79: R3P15

    C

    PAT ELFLEIN

    OHIO STATE

    86: R3P22

    DL

    LARRY OGUNJOBI

    CHARLOTTE

    120: R4P13

    TE

    JORDAN LEGGETT

    CLEMSON

    128: R4P21

    C

    ETHAN POCIC

    LSU

    160: R5P16

    RB

    JAMAAL WILLIAMS

    BYU

    199: R6P15

    LB

    BEN BOULWARE

    CLEMSON

    232: R7P14

    WR

    RICKY SEALS-JONES

    TEXAS A&M

    • Andre Esters

      RB Jamaal Williams FTW!

  • jeffreyinoc

    Overall, good. But I do not like going RB in the 2nd. Hopefully, the G Dan Feeney is there.

  • badzeitgeist

    I’d probably take Dawkins with our first pick with the board looking like that, but I still suspect when it is all over I’d take Coller’s mock over our actual draft.

  • Steven M

    The author forgot to say which draft board he used. It makes a huge difference. Bleacher Report one seem to be pretty realistic.

  • Mark L

    Yessaman that’s a good one I would take it

  • norseman79

    Aside from the pick of Elflein, this mock is pretty horrible.

    I am not sure what mock you used to determine players available, but I used the Walterfootball mock at this time.
    No trades and Mixon gone in the 1rst round

    RD. 2 Malik McDowell DT – too much potential at a position that has too much need to overlook. Could Datone Jones step in and be solid, yes, but McDowell next to Griff, Joseph, and Hunter is down right scary. (depending on which McDowell shows up)

    RD. 3 Marlon Mack RB – I have Mack as a top 5 back in this draft, and actually ahead of Kamara. Mack has decent size, great speed, can block and catch. Mack is a homerun threat every time he touches the ball. “Experts” have been critical of his ability to run inside, but his quick cutting and burst showed up on many inside runs for USF. He also lined up as a receiver numerous times. As part of a trio, Mack is a very safe, yet huge potential pick. The ability to be a top back.

    RD. 3 Ethan Pocic C/G – people seem to high on Easton and Berger isn’t getting younger, Pocic at either guard or center is an potential upgrade, and long term anchor. Also has 5 spot flexibility as being able to play any spot on the line.

    RD. 4 Adam Shaheen TE – Size, work ethic, freakish potential. Shaheen comes in as serious sleeper material. At the very least he provides depth and a 2nd receiving option at TE, at best we found the next Gronk to play next to Rudolph. Hello Redzone.

    RD. 4 Elijah Lee LB – When you like a guy, you don’t wait. Lee is a great combo with our current backers and is the sort of hybrid that Zimmer has been looking for. At this point in the draft, Lee is a great get.

    RD. 5 Robert Davis WR Georgia State – this guy is my sleeper in the draft. Check out production, check out combine numbers, just check the boxes with this kid. Even if Treadwell shows up this year, Davis, Theilen, Diggs, and Treadwell would each bring things to the table. Huge fan of Davis.

    RD. 6 Rasul Douglas DB – Big kid, great ball skills, good athlete. Depth, special teams, potential…seems like a Zimmer type of corner.

    RD. 7 Erik Magnusson RT – Depth, a year to develop or take over if ready. Again, potential and depth for an OL that needs it. HIghly regarded RT for Michigan with position flexibility as well.

    • Andre Esters

      RB Marlon Mack definitely has my attention…

    • Carl A Brodin

      I like this draft but the one thing that’s missing is a S to go along with Harrison Smith.

      • norseman79

        I don’t disagree, but we have several young safeties…I could see Zimmer rolling with who we have, or shifting a corner, like Newman, back to safety

  • linus

    “… [Kittle] only dropped one pass and made 48 catches last season.” No. Kittle had 48 catches total (in four seasons), but that’s mostly because Iowa emphasizes the run. I’m still a fan of the guy. He had 20-plus catches and averaged more than 14 yards per in each of the last two years with just 1 drop and 10 TDs (which is a ridiculous total on just 42 catches). He also gets rave reviews for his blocking; PFF says he’s only given up one pressure and zero sacks in the last two seasons combined.

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  • Gordon Guffey

    Mock Madness here at ESPN1500 plus from around the internet is always so much fun this time of year ~ Be it laughing at what we find as stupid picks to hoping your favorite mock draft comes true ~ A lot of mocker can be found here ~
    Mock Madness 3.0: Draft Projections Give Vikings Plenty of Options
    Posted 9 hours ago
    Eric Smith
    Team Reporter
    http://www.vikings.com/news/article-1/Mock-Madness-30-Draft-Projections-Give-Vikings-Plenty-of-Options/41f95cf2-5d0d-4354-85ce-723d7742727f

  • badzeitgeist

    I could live with this one. The Ryan Glascow pick was kind of a throw away, but there wasn’t much for options on the Board right then:

    48: R2P16
    C PAT ELFLEIN
    OHIO STATE
    79: R3P15
    S JABRILL PEPPERS
    MICHIGAN
    86: R3P22
    WR COOPER KUPP
    EASTERN WASHINGTON
    120: R4P13
    DL CALEB BRANTLEY
    FLORIDA
    128: R4P21
    TE GEORGE KITTLE
    IOWA
    160: R5P16
    LB BEN GEDEON
    MICHIGAN
    199: R6P15
    DL RYAN GLASGOW
    MICHIGAN
    232: R7P14
    OT CHAD WHEELER
    USC





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