2018 NFL Mock Draft: The final one before the draft gets underway

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55. . Safety. Stanford. Justin Reid. 28. player

Pittsburgh has one of the deepest rosters in the league and doesn’t need help in many areas, but secondary is one of the areas that needs to be addressed. Justin Reid is a safety that can provide a little bit of everything.

Reid played against the likes of Josh Rosen and Sam Darnold, showcasing he has experience playing big-time quarterbacks. He can support the run but also be a reliable player in coverage. A player with his type of skillset is needed for a weak unit. (Stephen)

Previous Pick: Unchanged

29. player. 52. . Tackle. Texas. Connor Williams

These young Jaguars are scary. Defensively they have the Pro-Bowl quality depth at all three levels. Offensively they have a feared run game, while their passing games leaves a lot to be desired (Looking at you, Blake). Bortles needs more time than usual to complete passes, so I believe they look to draft a tackle early.

The signing of guard Andrew Norwell will help Williams in his transition to the next level. He will have one of the best guards in football to help him set protections and pick up blitzes. (Justin)

Previous Pick: Unchanged

Isaiah Wynn. 30. player. 60. . Guard. Georgia

Minnesota did a great job addressing needs in free agency. They signed Kirk Cousins and Sheldon Richardson to bolster both sides of the ball, but they need to continue to add in the trenches.

Several years ago the Vikings had a terrible offensive line, but they have spent money and picks in the last several years to build it back up. Now with Cousins and Dalvin Cook coming off a knee injury, the team needs to protect both of those players.

Wynn falls here, but he has a ton of experience. He played tackle and guard at Gerogia, much like Cordy Glenn. However Wynn is better suited to play guard and can fill an immediate need there for a team that is on the rise. (Stephen)

Previous Pick: Jaire Alexander