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2018 NFL mock draft: Vote on the Arizona Cardinals pick at No. 15 overall

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We’re 14 days out from the 2018 NFL Draft. Every day between now and then we’ll be predicting a different team’s draft pick until we get to the Jacksonville Jaguars!

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We’re 14 days out from the 2018 NFL Draft. Every day between now and then we’ll be predicting a different team’s draft pick until we get to the Jacksonville Jaguars!

The No. 14 overall pick is in and with 1,043 total votes cast, the Green Bay Packers are taking cornerback Denzel Ward.

2018 BCC mock draft results

No. 1: Cleveland Browns — QB Sam Darnold

No. 2: New York Giants — RB Saquon Barkley

No. 3: New York Jets — QB Josh Rosen

No. 4: Cleveland Browns — DE Bradley Chubb

No. 5: Denver Broncos — QB Baker Mayfield

No. 6: Indianapolis Colts — OL Quenton Nelson

No. 7: Tampa Bay Buccaneers — SS Derwin James

No. 8: Chicago Bears — LB Tremaine Edwards

No. 9: San Francisco 49ers — FS Minkah Fitzpatrick

No. 10: Oakland Raiders — LB Roquan Smith

No. 11: Miami Dolphins — QB Josh Allen

No. 12: Buffalo Bills — WR Calvin Ridley

No. 13: Washington — DT Vita Vea

No. 14: Green Bay Packers — CB Denzel Ward

Now it’s the Arizona Cardinals with the No. 15 overall pick!

Possible picks

  1. CB Josh Jackson — With Ward gone, Jackson is the best cornerback left in the draft.
  2. DE Harold Landry — He’s the best defensive end in the draft not named Bradley Chubb.
  3. QB Lamar Jackson — Sam Bradford is a bridge guy and Jackson is the best available quarterback.
  4. OT Mike McGlinchey — You’ve got a hell of a running back in David Johnson, now go help him pave the road.

Poll

With the 15th pick in the 2018 NFL Draft, the Arizona Cardinals will select...?

This poll is closed

  • 11%
    CB Josh Jackson
    (38 votes)
  • 13%
    DE Harold Landry
    (45 votes)
  • 44%
    QB Lamar Jackson
    (144 votes)
  • 30%
    OT Mike McGlinchey
    (99 votes)
326 votes total Vote Now