WTFP Contributor Mock Draft 1.0: 5 quarterbacks in the first round?

ARLINGTON, TX - APRIL 26: The 2018 NFL Draft logo is seen on a video board during the first round of the 2018 NFL Draft at AT&T Stadium on April 26, 2018 in Arlington, Texas. (Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)
ARLINGTON, TX - APRIL 26: The 2018 NFL Draft logo is seen on a video board during the first round of the 2018 NFL Draft at AT&T Stadium on April 26, 2018 in Arlington, Texas. (Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images) /
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Nick Bosa Looks to be the 1st pick in the NFL Draft
COLUMBUS, OH – SEPTEMBER 1: Nick Bosa #97 of the Ohio State Buckeyes celebrates after recovering a fumble in the end zone for a touchdown in the second quarter against the Oregon State Beavers at Ohio Stadium on September 1, 2018 in Columbus, Ohio. (Photo by Jamie Sabau/Getty Images) /

Welcome to our first contributor mock draft. We divided up selections between our contributors and here are the results. What do you think of your teams pick?

Scouting Report. EDGE. 1. player. 32. . Ohio State. Nick Bosa

With the first pick, the Arizona Cardinals should not overthink it. Nick Bosa is the best player in the draft class and could be a star from day one. His impressive technique, great motor, and pure instincts make him a nearly unstoppable pass rusher. The Cardinals need all the talent that they can get, and Bosa should pair with Chandler Jones to form one of the best pass-rushing duos in the game. Steve Keim is switching the Cardinals to a 3-4 defense, but a player as talented as Bosa can still be dominant attacking the quarterback from the outside linebacker spot. -Jakob Ashlin

Scouting Report. EDGE. Josh Allen. 42. Pick Analysis. Kentucky. 2. player

With Bosa off the board, Josh Allen is a no brainer with the second pick overall pick. The 49ers pass rush finished tied for 22nd in the league in sacks and have lacked an elite pass rusher since both Aldon Smith and Justin Smith were on the roster. By selecting the Chuck Bednarik defensive player of the year award winner, the 49ers would take home the best pass rusher in the 2019 draft class. At 6’5 Allen is extremely long which pairs perfectly with his above average speed. He can lineup with a hand in the ground or upright equally effective and can do much more than rush the passer. He can drop back in coverage, help stuff the run and knock down passes at the line of scrimmage. Allen is the complete package and may be the best player to come out of this draft class when all is said and done. -Aaron Gershon

Alabama. . OT. Jonah Williams. 3. player. 30.

The Jets have a tough decision to make between two Alabama linemen with the last names of Williams. Quinnen Williams is a highly regarded draft prospect and has every right to go here, but Jonah Williams has a more important role in protecting New York’s franchise quarterback Sam Darnold. The Jets have holes throughout their roster, so they may look to trade down from this pick with a team who covets one of the other talents left on the board. -Thomas Welte

. EDGE. 28. . Clemson. Clelin Ferrell. #4. player

Edge-rushers drafted in three of the top four picks may seem a bit absurd, but the amount of talent in the young pass rushers is impeccable. Ferrell boasts a huge, athletic and strong physique built for getting to the quarterback with both his athleticism and his cognitive strength. Raiders are getting a great deal, especially with the number of picks they have in the next first round. There will never be a player able to replace Mack, but Ferrell is the next best thing –Jalon Dodson

Pick Analysis. EDGE. Florida. 5. player. 48. Scouting Report. Jachai Polite

The Buccaneers need a pass-rusher after ranking 19th in sacks with nearly a third of them coming from one pass rusher (Jason Pierre-Paul). Polite has an electric first step and knows how to use his hands to free himself to get to the QB. Mix that with decent bend and you have yourself the best pure pass rusher in this draft within a draft era where pass rushers are a truly at a premium. Some may feel that this is a reach, but I would much rather reach for a pass rusher than any other position out there. Polite will slot in opposite JPP and rotate with Carl Nassib at the defensive end spot. –Ross O’Keefe