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With all of the recent developments and changes in the NFL Draft pick order, The Fan’s Jeff Cavanaugh has submitted his latest mock draft picks – Version 3.0. (Click here to see KT’s latest mock draft.)

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1 . LA Rams – Jared Goff (QB) California:  He’s the best QB in this draft.  I can’t see them going any other direction.

2. Cleveland Browns – Jalen Ramsey (DB) Florida State:  I’m starting to believe the Browns lost their guy when LA traded up.  My gut is they won’t take Carson Wentz.  They may try and trade out of this spot.

3. San Diego Chargers – Laremy Tunsil (OT) Ole Miss:  He’s a franchise LT that you can plug and play.

4. Dallas Cowboys – Ezekiel Elliott (RB) Ohio State:  Carson Wentz could be a consideration here, as could Paxton Lynch.  I’m not 100% sold on either one.  I think Dallas will take calls for this pick.  Maybe someone wants to come up for a QB.  Joey Bosa a consideration as well.

5. Jacksonville Jaguars – Joey Bosa (EDGE) Ohio State:  Adding Bosa in with Malik Jackson and Dante Fowler makes the Jaguars front pretty formidable.

6. Baltimore Ravens – Ronnie Stanley (OT) Notre Dame:  Another plug and play guy at LT.  Pass protection is so easy and natural to him.  Would like to see him get stronger as a run blocker.

7. San Francisco 49ers – Carson Wentz (QB) North Dakota St:  Doesn’t look like Chip loves Kaep, and Blaine Gabbert……probably not the guy.

8. Philadelphia Eagles – Vernon Hargreaves III (CB) Florida:  Philly was awful at defending the pass last year.  VH3 can help.

9. Tampa Bay Bucs – Shaq Lawson (DE) Clemson:  Everyone is mocking a CB to them, in this scenario the best one is gone and they need help rushing the passer.

10. New York Giants – Noah Spence (DE) Eastern Kentucky:  Getting the best pass rusher in the draft with the 10th pick isn’t too bad.

11. Chicago Bears – Deforest Buckner (DE) Oregon:  If you run a 3-4 and have a shot at Buckner this far down the board, pretty easy pick.

12. New Orleans Saints – LaQuon Treadwell (WR) Ole Miss:  Mr. Brees will appreciate the pick.

13. Miami Dolphins – Darron Lee (LB) Ohio State:  Speed, speed, speed.  Lee is a guy that can fly around and make tackles and has the athleticism to be a solid coverage guy.

14. Oakland Raiders – Reggie Ragland (LB) Alabama:  Plug him in the middle of the field and don’t worry about that spot for a decade.

15. Tennessee Titans – Jack Conklin (OT) Michigan State:  Conklin seems like a natural guy to move over to the right side to help protect Marcus Mariota.

16. Detroit Lions – Taylor Decker (OT) Ohio State:  They couldn’t protect Stafford last year.  Decker can step in and start.

17. Atlanta Falcons – Josh Doctson (WR) TCU:  The idea of facing single coverage is really fun for the best bad ball catcher in the draft.

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18. Indianapolis Colts – Ryan Kelly (C )Alabama:  Dear Ryan Grigson:  Pick an offensive lineman.

19. Buffalo Bills – Sheldon Rankins (DL) Louisville:  Rankin can play multiple spots along that front and help Marcell Dareus make like hard on everyone playing offense against them.

20. New York Jets – Paxton Lynch (QB) Memphis:  They don’t know what they’re doing at QB.  Lynch can watch some random veteran play for a year and then take the reins.

21. Washington Redskins – Mackensie Alexander (CB) Clemson:  Breeland was a good player at CB for them last year.  That was about it.

22. Houston Texans – Corey Coleman (WR) Baylor:  Big plays matter in the NFL.  Having two guys that can make them at the WR spot?  Sure.  Throw it as far as you can Brock.

23. Minnesota Vikings – Michael Thomas (WR) Ohio State:  Get Teddy a guy that can play outside and win with route running ability.

24. Cincinnati Bengals – Andrew Billings (DT) Baylor:  Billings next to Geno Atkins?  Yikes.

25. Pittsburgh Steelers – William Jackson III (CB) Houston:  I’ve heard that they love him.  Big corner with great ability when the ball is in the air.

26. Seattle Seahawks – Jason Spriggs (OT) Indiana:  I made this pick because well, Seattle doesn’t really have anyone to play OL at this point.

27. Green Bay Packers – Jarron Reed (DT) Alabama:  BJ Raji out, new refrigerator in.  Reed is hard to move and the motor never stops.

28. Kansas City Chiefs – Karl Joseph (S) West Virginia:  Joseph has all the talent in the world.  If he can play a little more under control the sky is the limit.  Misses too many tackles going 200 MPH.

29. Arizona Cardinals – Eli Apple (CB) Ohio State:  Cardinals need to find someone reliable to play opposite Patrick Peterson.

30. Carolina Panthers – Will Fuller (WR) Notre Dame:  Something about Kelvin Benjamin, Will Fuller and Ted Ginn sounds fun to me.

31. Denver Broncos – Cody Whitehair (OL) Kansas State:  Their guard play wasn’t good last year.  Whitehair’s the best one in this draft to me.

32. Cleveland Browns – Sterling Shepard (WR) Oklahoma:  I wanted to make him last 2 more picks, but Cleveland needs guys to throw to and he’s sitting here.

33. Tennessee Titans – Kendall Fuller (CB) Virginia Tech:  Got good news at the medical rechecks.  Versatile secondary guy.

34. Dallas Cowboys – Myles Jack (DB/LB/RB) UCLA:  Hey a guy can dream right?  When that dream doesn’t come true, I’d look at names like Kevin Dodd (Clemson DE) and Jonathan Bullard (Florida DE).

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