The NFL season is through nine full weeks and fan bases are beginning to turn their attention to the NFL Draft. Who will go first overall? Many experts have predicted one of the big-name quarterbacks will hear their name called first, but running back Saquon Barkley could crash that party. A strong class overall will provide teams with high-quality options later into the draft than normal. How will each team feel their needs? Here’s our Week 10 NFL Mock Draft.
Round 1 Pick 18: Nick Chubb, RB, Georgia
Chubb is comparable to a human bowling ball, rolling over tacklers and being a physical force in the tackle box. Chubb also possesses the quickness and explosion to rip off yards in chunks. With his thick build and low center of gravity, he has tremendous balance, and that allows him to maintain his feet after contact. Chubb is superb at picking up yards after contact and breaking tackles. His ability to shed defenders and accelerate downfield was very rare.
Round 2 Pick 18: Luke Falk, QB, Washington State
With many of the signs hinting at the departure of current starting quarterback Kirk Cousins, the Redskins will likely need a replacement and future gunslinger. Standing at 6-foot-4, 225 pounds, Falk is a prototypical sized prospect who possesses excellent poise. Falk scans the field and makes throwing decisions quickly. The biggest knock on Falk is the lack of a big arm. It hasn’t been a big issue for Falk because he is so great at throwing with anticipation.
Round 3 Pick 18: Beau Benzschawel, OG, Wisconsin
Standing at 6-foot-6, 316 pounds, Benzschawel has helped the Badgers remain undefeated through the majority of the college season. He was named to the Outland Trophy watch list and named a first-team All-America (USA Today) during the preseason.
Round 4 Pick 18: Folorunso Fatukasi, DT, Connecticut
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Round 5 Pick 18: Andrew Wingard, FS, Wyoming
A season ago, Wyoming S Andrew Wingard led the nation in run stops when lined up in the box.
In 2017, he's near the top again at No. 2. pic.twitter.com/IYEUGwPn7N
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Round 6 Pick 18: Andrew Brown, DE, Virginia
— Brian Johannes (@Draft_Brian) August 10, 2017
Round 7 Pick 18: Davontae Harris, CB, Illinois State
Davontae Harris' late interception seals the victory!@RedbirdFB tops Indiana State, 24-13
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