2018 NFL Mock Draft: Week 14 Edition

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17. Green Bay Packers- Chukwuma Okorafor, OT, Western Michigan

Green Bay’s offensive line has routinely dealt with injury issues. Bryan Bulaga is the best example of a player that struggles staying on the field. Chukwuma Okorafor is a smooth athlete who can both protect the quarterback and open running lanes.

18. Oakland Raiders- Derrius Guice, RB, LSU

The Raiders need to start preparing for life after Marshawn Lynch. A good way to start would be to add a physical runner like Derrius Guice. There are a lot of similarities to the way Lynch and Guice carry the ball.

19. Dallas Cowboys- Dre’Mont Jones, DT, Ohio State

Dallas has a few needs, but adding a disruptive defensive tackle like Dre’Mont Jones makes the most sense. He is someone who makes a living in the offensive backfield and makes life miserable for offensive coordinators.

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20. Atlanta Falcons- Quenton Nelson, OG, Notre Dame

Quenton Nelson is a physical presence who excels at opening running lanes. He is someone who can be penciled in as a starter from day one. The Atlanta Falcons have a need at the guard position and can’t do much better than Nelson.

21. Baltimore Ravens- Deon Cain, WR, Clemson

Deon Cain is a burner who excels at making plays down the field. The Ravens have a major need at the wide receiver spot and especially for someone who can take the top off a defense. Cain can fill that role, but is also developing as a route runner.

22. Tennessee Titans- Clelin Ferrell, Edge, Clemson

Clelin Ferrell is a very talented pass rushing prospect who could hear his name called earlier than this spot. It wouldn’t be a major surprise if he works his way closer to the top-10. However, the Titans would be very pleased if he’s available when they are on the board.

23. Carolina Panthers- Sam Hubbard, Edge, Ohio State

The Panthers have two aging veterans playing a lot of snaps at defensive end. They can’t continue to rely on Julius Peppers to generate pressure. Sam Hubbard is an underrated player who can get after the quarterback and stuff the run.

24. New Orleans Saints- Tarvarus McFadden, CB, Florida State

Tarvarus McFadden’s ball skills are something that all defensive coordinators covet. He’s a turnover machine who also plays solid coverage. The Saints have Marshon Lattimore at one corner spot and could add another young talent here with McFadden.