Pick 2 will be the NFL's mock draft roundup, but QBs and WRs are still the hotst choice with a second first-rounder

Pick 2 will be the NFL's mock draft roundup, but QBs and WRs are still the hotst choice with a secon ...

We have a snag to get the NFL draft, but that doesn't mean there isn't a clearer picture of the order, interests, and direction than the last time we saw mocks from around the country.

The Jacksonville Jaguars are looking for a new head coach, focusing on the Bears, Minnesota Vikings, and Miami Dolphins.

Here are some of the most well-known team names from around the country for the Lions.

Aidan Hutchinson, EDGE, Michigan

Dane Brugler of (Pick 2), Chris Trapasso of (Pick 2), Josh Edwards of (Pick 2), Kyle Stackpole of (Pick 2), (Pick 2) and (Pick 2) were all affected.

The Jaguars are entering the lineup for Pick 1. What is that good for Brad Holmes and Kayvon Thibodeaux? Well, its difficult to imagine Hutchinson hating the choice between Aidan Hutchinson and Kayvon Thibodeaux, not to mention a potentially interesting trade market if that happens.

Kayvon Thibodeaux, EDGE, and Oregon

Mel Kiper (Pick 2), a mini-mock between Kiper and Todd McShay (Pick 2), Austin Gayle of (Pick 2), Michael Renner of (Pick 2), Ryan Wilson of (Pick 2), and Vinnie Iyer of (Pick 2), and (Pick 2) are all on the play.

Mel Kiper is a five-star prospect and one of the country's top-ranked recruits. Thibodeaux improves his game at the next level, thanks to the broader use of pass-rush moves.

Kenny Pickett, QB, and Pittsburgh are all members of the team.

Mocked by: (Pick 2)

This offseason, Jared Goff is set to take the starting role in 2022 and might have the inside track for 2023. $30.5 million to take on Goff will last for $10 million next year, then $5 million in 2024.

Kenny Pickett has shown a lot of improvement this past season and has a little more room to play in the field than any of the other quarterbacks in the discussion on Day 1.

Sam Howell, QB, North Carolina

Mel Kiper (Pick 28), Todd McShay (Pick 25) are all interviewed by the media.

It's important to note that the quarterback will coach Howell at the Senior Bowl. It's a unique opportunity to get a hands-on look at a quarterback that might very well be in play at the end of Round 1.

Howell is a tricky assessment, and he may definitely fall to Round 2, he said. He looked like a potential top-10 pick after his sophomore season in 2020, but he didnt put much pressure out there while throwing to a completely new set of pass-catchers.

Malik Willis, the QB, and Liberty are all members of the United Nations.

(Pick 28) Mocked by: (Pick 28)

Malik Willis will have a hands-on opportunity with Detroit staff while in Mobile. With the small-school prospect among the most difficult quarterbacks to project at the next level, that's one to watch. Willis threw for 5,107 yards with 47 touchdowns and 18 interceptions across 23 games as the starter.

Desmond Ridder, QB, and Cincinnati are all members of the team.

Michael Renner of (Pick 30), Kyle Stackpole of (Pick 27), Vinnie Iyer of (Pick 28) were muffled.

Desmond Ridder, who is getting more and more attention as a first-round pick, will likely be changed before April.

Carson Strong, QB, and Nevada are all players.

(Pick 28) Mocked by:

Carson Strong, who is ranked 6-foot-4, has a cannon and some of the best quarterbacks in his career. It's hard to ignore what he accomplished while showing steady growth. There are concerns. But there is a decent amount to like too.

David Ojabo, EDGE, Michigan

Austin Gayle of (Pick 28) has been re-homed.

David Ojabo is difficult to predict if the Lions would pass on him in the future in the draft, no matter what his age in the Pick 2.

Josh Uche, a former Michigan linebacker, has set up a second-round pick for the New England Patriots in 2020.


Ohio State State, Chris Olave, the WR.

Dane Brugler of (Pick 28), and Josh Edwards of (Pick 28) have all been interviewed.

Olave ended his 13-touchdown season while making the most of his looks in the team's loaded receiver room. he added 936 yards on 65 receptions and looks to have some of the most refined chops on the board.

Treylon Burks, WR, and Arkansas are among the most well-known individuals in the world.

Ryan Wilson, of (Pick 28) was bitten by the words.

Treylon Burks checks all the boxes you want to see in Day 1 options at wide receiver. He's 6-foot-3 while tipping the scales at 225 pounds. Don't get that twisted, though, because Burks did damage on 50-50 balls and after the catch last season.

Purdue, David Bell, WR

Chris Trapasso of (Pick 28) and (Pick 28) have been tasked with bringing a wrench to the news.

David Bell has received 93 passes on 134 targets for 1,275 yards and six scores in three years the third time he has achieved this? David Blough. Bell also recorded 25 missed tackles in his high-volume role.

WanDale Robinson, WR, and Kentucky are all players.

Mocked by: (Pick 28)

WanDale Robinson has had some impressive performance throughout one season in Lexington, where he forged 91 balls for 914 yards and three touchdowns. he also ran for 580 yards and four scores while in the Big Ten.

Devin Lloyd, the LB, and Utah are both leaders.

(Pick 28) Mocked by:

Devin Llyod is getting some interest as a potential in Round 1 for a linebacker-needy team like the Lions. He scored 22 tackles, four interceptions and two touchdowns in 2021.

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