2018 NFL Mock Draft: Josh Allen has reached the top

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INDIANAPOLIS, IN – MARCH 03: Louisville quarterback Lamar Jackson looks on while talking to Clemson wide receivers Deon Cain (left) and Ray-Ray McCloud (right) during the NFL Combine at Lucas Oil Stadium on March 3, 2018 in Indianapolis, Indiana. (Photo by Joe Robbins/Getty Images)

16. Baltimore Ravens: Lamar Jackson, Louisville, QB

Ozzie Newsome walks away after this season, but at least sets the Ravens up for the future with another franchise quarterback.

17. Los Angeles Chargers: Maurice Hurst, Michigan, DT

A heart condition sent Maurice Hurst home from the Combine, but he checked out later. As long as the Bolts are good with his medical, he could be a big plus.

18. Seattle Seahawks: Derrius Guice, LSU, RB

Seattle needs to take some pressure off Russell Wilson. Derrius Guice can do that as he’s a monster on the ground.

19. Dallas Cowboys: D.J. Moore, Maryland, WR

No matter how you feel about Dallas releasing Dez Bryant, it had to be done. The Cowboys begin a receiver makeover that could be similar to their 2017 secondary remodeling. D.J. Moore is a fun player to watch and could find a nice role with Dallas.

20. Detroit Lions: Isaiah Wynn, Georgia, OG

Isaiah Wynn was a great tackle, but his height and arm length moves him inside to guard. He’s going to be great there.

21. Cincinnati Bengals: Mike McGlinchey, Notre Dame, OT

The Bengals buy Andy Dalton more time to throw. Wonder what the excuse will be after that still doesn’t help.

22. Buffalo Bills: Marcus Davenport, UTSA, EDGE

Davenport finds himself a home in Buffalo as a small school kid becomes a first-round pick.

23. New England Patriots (via Los Angeles Rams): Joshua Jackson, Iowa, CB

The Patriots replace Malcolm Butler by selecting Joshua Jackson. Iowa rarely sends busts to the NFL and this kid is a ball hawk.

24. Carolina Panthers: Jaire Alexander, Louisville, CB

Jaire Alexander is a steal at this point as long as he stays healthy.

25. Tennessee Titans: Mike Gesicki, Penn State, TE

Mike Gesicki opened eyes at the Combine. The Titans decide to get another tight end since Delaine Walker is no spring chicken.

26. Atlanta Falcons: Taven Bryan, Florida, DT

People love Taven Bryan. He had minimal production, but somehow is compared to J.J. Watt. Feels like a bad pick, but people who know football are high on him so there has to be something there.

27. New Orleans Saints: Da’Ron Payne, Alabama, DT

Now Da’Ron Payne is a menace on the line. Falcons fans won’t be happy when they see how good the defensive lineman they passed on will be.

28. Pittsburgh Steelers: Rashaan Evans, Alabama, ILB

The Steelers need someone to replace Ryan Shazier. They could also stand to get a fill-in and eventual replacement for the always holding out Le’Veon Bell, AKA the hero their town deserves.

29. Jacksonville Jaguars: Courtland Sutton, SMU, WR

Jacksonville needs wide receivers after letting most leave in the offseason. Courtland Sutton will work just fine.

30. Minnesota Vikings: Connor Williams, Texas, OT

The offensive line in Minnesota wasn’t great in 2017, but they still were a strong team. Adding Connor Williams helps the line tremendously.

31. New England Patriots: Mark Andrews, Oklahoma, TE

Rob Gronkowski is no longer scaring defenses like he used to. Injuries have caught up to him and he’s about ready to head to the WWE. Mark Andrews will help them stay strong at tight end.

32. Philadelphia Eagles: Mike Hughes, UCF, CB

Mike Hughes had issues at North Carolina and was removed from the program. He seems to have turned it around and was a big weapon for UCF.

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