Giants select Wyoming QB Josh Allen in latest Albert Breer mock draft

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The Titans, if you remember, took USC's LenDale White in the second round of the 2006 draft.

"I have them taking Donte Jackson, the cornerback from LSU", Kiper said on a conference call Wednesday afternoon, via WEEI. None of them are flawless. And then you have (Derrick) Henry, and a nice complement to Henry would be Ronald Jones II.

Former OU tight end Mark Andrews, who Kiper had going to Jacksonville in his first mock draft, wasn't included in this edition. But Murray remains under contract with the team, along with Henry.

"Brown is pure mauler and plug-and-play guy over incumbent Austin Howard", Kiper wrote. He rewarded LSU by leading the SEC in rushing yards (1,387) and rushing touchdowns (15), despite starting just six of 12 games played. Sure, Robby Anderson had a big year last season, but again, his total of 941 receiving yards, 63 receptions, and seven touchdowns wasn't even enough to get him a Pro Bowl spot, let alone be considered a top-five wide receiver last season.

Kiper said Guice and Jones are very close in terms of being the second best back in this draft behind Barkley, but he chose Guice to the Lions based on what he's been hearing around the league.

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Kiper moved the Sooners' legend up to No. 6 overall in his latest mock, pegging him to be selected by the New York Jets. "(He) catches the ball out of the backfield". "Carlton Davis, the corner, could also be the mix to be a second round pick". "Barkley is more than a great runner - he is a stellar receiver (he caught 54 passes in 2017) and pass-blocker".

NJ.com's 1st-round mock draft: Where do the QBs go? None of that seemed to matter to Mel Kiper Jr., because after that above video dropped and went viral on social media, he released his mock draft the next day. However, as his collegiate career went on and his supporting cast struggled, Rosen often resorted to trying to do too much, which resulted in some ugly throws and bad turnovers.

But he's going with Jones for the Titans, at least for now.

"M.J. Stewart from North Carolina, solid football player, a veteran", he said. "He is more of a two right now".

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