2018 NFL Mock Draft 3.0: Buffalo Bills pull off a blockbuster deal

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31. <em>Traded to Giants from Buffalo via Kansas City</em>. Running Back. LSU. Derrius Guice. 22. player

Trading back and picking up an additional first-round pick works out in the end for the Giants. They may miss out on Barkley, but Guice is no slouch. He is big, fast, powerful and agile and can be a feature back in the Giants offense or be used as a tandem back with Jonathan Stewart.

With Nelson and Guice, New York is able to get two impact players and two positions that they would have had to pick between at No. 2 to give a team that is ready to win now some help. (Stephen)

Previous Pick: Indianapolis – Tremaine Edmunds

. Guard. UTEP. Will Hernandez. 23. player. 51

This would be a match made in heaven. Sean McVay is building a bully of a football team in Los Angeles and Hernandez would fit right in.

Hernandez is a nasty football player who plays through the whistle. His play would help Todd Gurley be recognized as the best back in football.

The Rams have been aggressive on the defensive side of the ball in free agency. They should use the draft to get aggressive on offense. It doesn’t get more aggressive than Will Hernandez. (Justin)

Previous Pick: Unchanged

24. player. 87. . Guard. Georgia. Isaiah Wynn

Andrew Norwell left in free agency to the Jacksonville Jaguars, and he leaves a massive hole on the offensive line. Wynn would be a great pickup for the Panthers not only because it fills a need, but because Wynn has experience all along the offensive line. While at Georgia, Wynn played tackle, guard and center and played well at each position. His best position appears to be guard, which will fit nicely into Carolina’s need at the position. (Stephen)

Previous Pick: Unchanged