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The Mock Draft that Mocks Mock Drafts

For the last three months, particularly the last three weeks, NFL fans have been inundated with mock drafts. It’s a fun novelty, yet the mock drafts are never right. Not even close.

Last year Sportsnaut did it’s first mock draft that mocked mock drafts and we got three picks correct, if memory serves. How does that compare to the other mock drafts out there? Ironically, pretty good. This year we’re back with another mock draft that loads up 45 of the “so-called” best NFL Draft prospects into the system and then randomly picks names.

We did weigh the Top 45, so like the NBA draft lottery, a player ranked higher on a draft prospect list has the chance to go higher. However it’s not like the NBA draft lottery where the percentages are a little more rigged massaged. The method we’re using is that the top 15 prospects have three opportunities to get picked, the next 15 have two opportunities, and the final 15 have only one opportunity.

Final note on this mock draft. There are going to be lots of trades. The mock draft isn’t predicting Brett Hundley will be drafted by Detroit, it’s predicting that Brett Hundley will be the 23rd pick in the 2015 NFL Draft. Then again, perhaps Hundley could get the Lions out of the first round of the playoffs.

Enjoy our mock draft that mocks mocks drafts with completely randomly selected picks.

1 Tampa Bay Marcus Mariota QB Oregon
2 Tennesse Todd Gurley RB Georgia
3 Jacksonville Dante Fowler OLB Flordia
4 Oakland Breshad Perriman WR UCF
5 Washington DeVante Parker WR Louisville
6 New York Jets Jameis Winston QB Florida State
7 Chicago Alvin “Bud” Dupree OLB Kentucky
8 Atlanta Leonard Williams DT USC
9 New York Giants La’el Collins OL LSU
10 St. Louis Brandon Scherff OL Iowa
11 Minnesota Mario Edwards DE Florida State
12 Cleveland Byron Jones CB Connecticut
13 New Orleans Shaq Thompson LB Washington
14 Miami Ereck Flowers OT Miami FL
15 San Francisco Kevin White WR West Virigina
16 Houston Marcus Peters CB Washington
17 San Diego Amari Cooper WR Alabama
18 Kansas City Vic Beasley OLB Clemson
19 Cleveland (from Buffalo) Andrus Peat OT Stanford
20 Philadephia Kevin Johnson CB Wake Forest
21 Cincinnati Trae Waynes CB Michigan State
22 Pittsburgh Cameron Erving C Florida State
23 Detroit Brett Hundley QB UCLA
24 Arizona Jaelen Strong WR Arizona State
25 Carolina Jake Fisher OT Oregon
26 Baltimore Nelson Agholor WR USC
27 Dallas Eli Harold OLB Virginia
28 Denver Devin Smith WR Ohio State
29 Indianapolis Maxx Williams TE Minnesota
30 Green Bay Melvin Gordon RB Wisconsin
31 New Orleans (from Seattle) Cedric Ogbuehi OT Texas
32 New England Jalen Collins CB LSU
The T.S. List Danny Shelton DT Washington
Shane Ray OLB Missouri
Randy Gregory OLB Nebraska
Landon Collins S Alabama

Special thanks to the Random Picker. The Wheel of Fortune spinner is a nice touch.