Publication Name Pick Pos. College Date ESPN Insider Todd McShay Eddie Goldman DT FSU Feb. 26 ESPN Insider Mel Kiper Jr. Cameron Erving OL FSU March 5 NFL.com Bucky Brooks Jordan Phillips NT Oklahoma Feb. 27 NFL.com Charles Davis Benardrick McKinney ILB Miss. St. Feb. 25 NFL.com Daniel Jeremiah Jordan Phillips NT Oklahoma Feb. 25 NFL.com Lance Zierlein Cedric Ogbuehi OT Texas A&M March 3 NFL.com Charley Casserly D.J. Humphries OT Florida March 15 NFL.com Brian Baldinger Jordan Phillips NT Oklahoma March 13 Sports Illustrated Don Banks Jordan Phillips NT Oklahoma Feb. 23 CBS Sports Rob Rang Maxx Williams TE Minnesota March 16 CBS Sports Dane Brugler T.J. Clemmings OT Pittsburgh March 16 CBS Sports Pat Kirwan Jordan Phillips NT Oklahoma Feb. 24 CBS Sports Pete Prisco Jordan Phillips NT Oklahama March 11 SB Nation Dan Kadar T.J. Clemmings OT Pittsburgh March 16 Overall breakdown: Jordan Phillips (6), T.J. Clemmings (2), Cameron Erving (1), Eddie Goldman (1), D.J. Humphries (1), Benardrick McKinney (1), Cedric Ogbuehi (1), Maxx Williams (1) Position breakdown: nose/defensive tackle (7), offensive line (5) linebacker (1), tight end (1) As free agency shakes out, a number of draft prognosticators have adjusted their predictions with those moves in mind. Phillips has remained on top, just like last time a couple weeks ago, as a run-stopping support force on the line. However, tight end Maxx Williams slipped a bit from the picture, appearing as a Broncos first-round pick in just one mock draft, Rob Rang’s from CBS Sports. Meanwhile, Pittsburgh offensive tackle T.J. Clemmings has taken second place with two selections. “A player like Clemmings could be brought in and start as a rookie as the team’s right tackle,” SB Nation’s Dan Kadar says. “That would push Louis Vasquez back to his natural position of guard and give the Broncos one of the NFL’s best lines.” In earlier mock drafts, Kadar had slotted Williams and defensive tackle Malcom Brown as fits for the Broncos. Mock draft maestro Mel Kiper Jr. has switched up his thoughts on the Broncos’ pick, changing their selection from inside linebacker Denzel Perryman to offensive lineman Cameron Erving out of Florida State. “I like Erving at center because he was outstanding there after a midseason switch from tackle, but he provides extra value because he can play tackle as well and also has experience at guard,” Kiper said. “He’s also just played a lot of football, period, and is going to adapt well. From … – Click Here To Visit Article Source