2016 NFL Mock Draft: Version 2.0

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Apr 18, 2015; Notre Dame, IN, USA; Notre Dame Fighting Irish wide receiver William Fuller (7) catches a pass for a touchdown in front of cornerback Nick Watkins (21) in the second quarter of the Blue-Gold Game at the LaBar Practice Complex. Mandatory Credit: Matt Cashore-USA TODAY Sports

13. San Francisco 49ers- William Fuller, WR, Notre Dame

William Fuller is quickly becoming one of my favorite players in this draft class. He makes big-time plays on a week to week basis. Many feel that Fuller stands out because of his ability to attack the deep part of the field, but he’s is a complete player. Fuller is a smooth athlete who runs clean routes and is aware enough to locate openings in the defense.

The San Francisco 49ers could use a consistent playmaker at the wide receiver position. They paid a high price to bring in Torrey Smith but he has always struggled to work over the middle of the field. Adding a more consistent and well-rounded receiver like Fuller would do wonders for Colin Kaepernick’s development.

14. St. Louis Rams- Mike Williams, WR, Clemson

Mike Williams is still recovering from a neck injury that he suffered in the first game of the season. However, his injury isn’t consider career threatening which is great news. Williams is my top-rated wide receiver prospect and if healthy has a chance to be a top-10 pick.

The St. Louis Rams need a big-play wide receiver like Williams in their offense. His ability to stretch the field, make tough catches in traffic and adjust to poorly thrown balls makes him a quarterback’s best friend.

In-depth Mike Williams Scouting Report

15. Baltimore Ravens- Shawn Oakman, Edge, Baylor

Terrell Suggs’ injury might signal the end of his run with the Baltimore Ravens who have never been afraid to move on from an aging star– see Ed Reed. Without Suggs, the Ravens pass rush is a concern with only Elvis Dumervil as a major threat. Baltimore will get a sneak peek on how life without Suggs will look which should help their offseason thought process.

Shawn Oakman is a high-upside prospect who has shown great pass-rush ability. He is a physical freak who possesses rare size, length and quickness. Oakman is still developing as a player but is absolutely worth the risk based on his potential.

16. Minnesota Vikings- Myles Jack, LB, UCLA

Unfortunately, there is news coming out of UCLA that Myles Jack has suffered a significant knee injury that will cost him the rest of this season. This will obviously impact his draft stock as teams will now need to determine the long-term stability of his knee.

I’m keeping Jack on the higher end of my draft board because he is that talented of a player. He’s one of the more explosive players available and has proven capable of making plays from sideline to sideline. This is the type of linebacker Vikings’ coach Mike Zimmer loves. Jack could be the long-term replacement for the aging Chad Greenway.

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