The film analysis probably took less time to do than coming up with a title but heres my mock draft.
Round 1 (3)
Teddy Bridgewater QB Louisville:His offseason hasn't been the greatest but his resume on the field matters most. His anticipation on throws,ability to quickly read the defense post/pre snap, and his quick snap release are refined qualities about his game. He needs to exhibit more touch on his deep ball but he's still the most pro ready QB in the draft.
Round 2 (39)
Xavier Su'afilo OG/OT UCLA: He's a versatile player with nimble feet and a strong base he would be an excellent RG.
Round 3 (70)
Troy Niklas TE Notre Dame: Marcedes Lewis may indeed have a great season but i doubt it will get close to the ten TD season he was paid for. Niklas highly resembles marcedes as far as blocking he's almost a swing tackle and has good upside as a receiver. I have no doubt he could replace marcedes with a year or so of nfl experience.
Round 4 (105)
Marcus Smith DE/OLB Louisville: he is an underrated pass rusher with good size and versatility.
Round 4 (114), from Baltimore
Brandon Coleman WR Rutgers: He's a big bodied target at 6'6 220 and ran in the 4.5's. Our roster is filled with smaller receivers and a big target like Coleman could really help our passing game. He could possibly be moved inside at TE like his fellow teammate timothy wright.
Round 5 (144)
Ronald Powell DE/OLB Florida: His numeorus injuried hampered his career but he is that flashy player as a leo. He has athleticism but needs to be coached more instead of relying solely on his speed rush he has ability in coverage and a killer swim move but he needs to more consistent in both areas.
Round 5 (150), from Detroit
Bryan Stork Center Florida St: He has been a staple on the fsu line and has lots of experience. He is an imposing center with a mean streak.
Round 5 (159), from Baltimore
Daniel Mccullers DT Tennessee: The jags are in dire need of a 1 technique. Roy miller was injured and struggled most of the season. If miller can bounce back and mccullers is coachable then our line will have a much improved rotation. Mcullers has the size and length to absorb blockers while still stopping the run he just needs to play lower.
Round 6 (179)
Jonathan Dowling FS Western Kentucky: A florida transfer he has shown major upside while at western kentucky. He's lanky but brings a physical presence and has room to put on weight. He reminds me a lot of George iloka of the bengals whom is emerging as a great safety.
Round 6 (205), from San Francisco
Jerick Mckinnon RB Georgia Southern: He killed the combine and showed extreme athleticism. While raw at the rb position his talent his undeniable and he would be a steal.
Round 7 (222)
Jon Halapio OG Florida: He is a strong right guard with great strength to drive d-linemen off the ball while not the most athletic he can move around and create holes for rb's he would add much needed depth on the offensive line.