For reasons that I cannot fathom, you selected a second offensive tackle for the New England Patriots with the 31st overall pick.
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The Philadelphia Eagles are now on the clock!
WR Courtland Sutton: He’s a possession receiver. He’s big, he’s tough, and he lacks quickness.
LB Leighton Vander Esch: An athletic, 3-down linebacker, Vander Esch could definitely be a mid-1st round pick.
WR D.J. Moore: Probably a slot receiver in the NFL, he has the quickness for it and could also add value as a returner.
CB Mike Hughes: The UCF product is a short but physical corner. He lacks experience which gives a somewhat steeper learning curve as he enters the NFL.
CB Isaiah Oliver: He has an elite combination of size and speed but has some technical deficiencies and is a less than stellar tackler.
RB Sony Michel: A north-south runner who can run through arm tackles, Michel is a potential first-round talent.
DE Arden Key: There are plenty of red flags here, but he has the potential to be a quality pass rusher in the NFL.
WR James Washington: He has a limited route tree and was not challenged much by Big 12 defenses, but he gets open deep and makes big plays.
WR Christian Kirk: Lacks desirable speed, but he is quick and works well underneath. Probably limited to playing in the slot.
DE Sam Hubbard: He has the size and motor to play at DE, but he lacks the athleticism that would allow him to excel as a pass rusher.
S Ronnie Harrison: Alabama’s Harrison has the size and athleticism you want from a safety, but he plays a bit out of control and has technical deficiencies.
DT Taven Bryan: Florida’s Bryan is a gifted athlete, but he lacks the size necessary to hold up against powerful offensive linemen.
LB Malik Jefferson: Jefferson has the size and athleticism you in a linebacker, but his instincts are poor.
TE Mark Andrews: He is a matchup problem with his size but he is an unwilling blocker.
OT Chukwuma Okorafor: He was a three-year starter that spent time at both offensive tackle spots.
With the 32nd pick in the 2018 Fan Vote Mock Draft, the Philadelphia Eagles select...
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TE Mark Andrews
DT Taven Bryan
TE Dallas Goedert
S Ronnie Harrison
DE Sam Hubbard
CB Mike Hughes
LB Malik Jefferson
DE Arden Key
WR Christian Kirk
RB Sony Michel
WR D.J. Moore
OT Chukwuma Okorafor
CB Isaiah Oliver
WR Courtland Sutton
LB Leighton Vander Esch
WR James Washington