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Cody Carpentier’s Way-Too-Early 2025 NFL Mock Draft

Way-Too-Early.. Says who? The NFL has become a year-round league, from the season, free agency, the draft, and offseason OTA’s to fall camp, the league never sleeps, and neither do we at RosterWatch. Alex and I finished in the middle of the pack in 2024 for the Huddle Report competition, while our guy Mike Band took home 2nd place. So it’s back to the drawing boards and time to begin research on the 2025 class not only to improve our mock draft skills but also to enhance our Dynasty Fantasy Football overview.

Round 1 – (Pick 1-32)

No. 1 – Las Vegas Raiders – Shedeur Sanders, QB – Colorado

Entering the season with Aidan O’Connell at the helm is not going to end well unfortunately for the Tom Telesco experience.

No. 2 – Denver Broncos – James Pearce Jr., EDGE – Tennessee

In 2024, Sean Payton got his Quarterback of the future with Bo Nix. As they continue rebuilding into 2025, James Pearce Jr. brings an edge back to the Orange Crush.

No. 3 – New England Patriots – Will Campbell, OT – LSU

As Drake Maye continues to progress, New England needs to protect the Top 5 draft pick with the best offensive lineman in the class.

No. 4 – New York Giants – Kelvin Banks, OT – Texas

This could very easily be a quarterback… or it could not be. If Shedeur Sanders goes first overall, I don’t believe any of the quarterbacks in the 2025 class deserve to be Top 10 picks.

No. 5 – New Orleans Saints – Travis Hunter, CB – Colorado

Arguably the best player in the 2025 NFL Draft, pound-for-pound. Hunter will be a starting Island cornerback in the NFL with expectations to play snaps on offense at times.

No. 6 – Carolina Panthers – Mykel Williams, DL – Georgia

No. 7 – Washington Commanders – Will Johnson, CB – Michigan

No. 8 – Seattle Seahawks – Cam Ward, QB – Miami (FL)

No. 9 – Jacksonville Jaguars – Benjamin Morrison, CB – Notre Dame

No. 10 – Arizona Cardinals – Deone Walker, DL – Kentucky

The Cardinals are oh so close to taking a massive step forward in the NFC West, Walker is an elite addition.

No. 11 – Dallas Cowboys – Carson Beck, QB – Georgia

Out with Dak, in with Beck. Let’s see if Jerry is happy with this one.

No. 12 – Minnesota Vikings – Mason Graham, DL – Michigan

No. 13 – Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Tacario Davis, CB – Arizona

No. 14 – Atlanta Falcons – Jabbar Muhammed, CB – Oregon

No. 15 – Tennessee Titans – Luther Burden, WR – Missouri

The Best Wide Receiver in the draft class, could draw comparisons to Ja’Marr Chase for Coach Callahan in Tennessee.

No. 16 – Los Angeles Chargers – Harold Perkins, EDGE – LSU

No. 17 – Indianapolis Colts – Nic Scourton, EDGE – Texas A&M

No. 18 – Cleveland Browns – Abdul Carter, EDGE – Penn State

No. 19 – Los Angeles Rams – Quinn Ewers, QB – Texas

Ewers heard whispers of Round 4/5 after the 2023 Season concluded, so he retreated back to Austin. In 2024, Ewers MUST take a step forward.

No. 20 – New York Jets – Tetairoa McMillan, WR – Arizona

No. 21 – Pittsburgh Steelers – Ollie Gordon II, RB – Oklahoma State

No. 22 – Miami Dolphins – Earnest Greene III, OL – Georgia

No. 23 – Chicago Bears – J.T. Tuimoloau, EDGE – Ohio State

No. 24 – Houston Texans – Denzel Burke, CB – Ohio State

No. 25 – Baltimore Ravens – Emeka Egbuka, WR – Ohio State

No. 26 – Green Bay Packers – Walter Nolan, DL – Ole Miss

No. 27 – Buffalo Bills – Malaki Starks, S – Georgia

No. 28 – Philadelphia Eagles – Isaiah Bond, WR – Texas

No. 29 – Cincinnati Bengals – Patrick Payton, EDGE – Florida State

No. 30 – Detroit Lions – Jack Sawyer, EDGE – Ohio State

No. 31 – San Francisco 49ers – Bear Alexander, DL – USC

No. 32 – Kansas City Chiefs – Dani Dennis-Sutton, DL – Penn State


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One Comments

  1. Post By Cody Carpentier

    Shedeur is a lock… crazy world

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