First off I'm not really sure I believe Bridgewater is really falling to the second, but if he does that sets up up for a really good draft. Here is my final mock, 1. Jadeveon Clowney, DE, South Carolina. Couldn't justify not taking Clowney here. He is just so talented 2. Teddy Bridgewater, QB, Louisville. Getting my favorite Qb at 33 just seems to good to be true. Let's hope it isn't. 3. Christian Jones, LB, Florida State. I think Jones is the second best ILB in this draft. Played so many positions at Florida State that it hurt his stock. Absolutley love this guy. 4. Kelcy Quarles, DT/DE, South Carolina. I think Quarles will make a bigger impact at DE than Crick. Could start opposite J.J pretty early. He can also slide inside in a pinch. 4c. Brandon Thomas, OT, Clemson. He would have to take a redshirt year to get healthy, but he would solve the RT issue for years if he makes a full recovery. Thats worth a comp. pick to me. 5. Beau Allen, DT, Wisconsin. Allen is a legit rotational NT. Not a stud by any means but big and solid. 6. Tre Boston, S, North Carolina. Good size, better than F'n Keo IMO. 6 (OAK) Antone Exum, CB, Virginia Tech. Injury riddled career. When healthy he is really good depth. Good size for a corner. 6c. Isaiah Crowell, RB, Alabama State. Extremely talented, comes with baggage otherwise he is off the board way earlier. 7. Justin Britt, OL, Missouri Real solid tackle. I felt like I had to take another one since Thompson won't play year 1. 7c. Tevin Reese, WR, Baylor. Absolute game breaking speed. Only problem is he only knows one route. He can return kicks while we try and develop him. If developed, he could be a pretty dynamic slot guy.