Finally, the final mock draft, our abbreviated, New York-New York version. Feel free to rip it to shreds.
Comment: A person familiar with the Bucs' thinking told me at the scouting combine (February) that Winston would be the pick. Looks like they never wavered.
Comment: I still think there's a chance the Cleveland Browns or Philadelphia Eagles could jump into this spot. I like Mariota -- he'll be a better pro than Winston -- but there will be growing pains in Tennessee. Read: No supporting cast.
Comment: This will disappoint the New York Jets, who covet Fowler, but Gus Bradley is looking for an edge rusher to fill the Leo position in his defense.
Comment: Tough call here, because I have a feeling new coach Jack Del Rio would prefer USC defensive tackle Leonard Williams, who played at his alma mater. If the Raiders take Williams, it means Cooper could fall to the Jets.
5. Washington Redskins -- Leonard Williams, DT, USC
Comment: A no-brainer, as Williams is arguably the best prospect in the draft. The Redskins will get a lot of calls for this pick. Keep an eye on the defensively-challenged Atlanta Falcons.
6. New York Jets -- Kevin White, WR, West Virginia
Comment: I picked White in the NFL Nation mock draft, so why change now? But, seriously, this is a best-player-available choice. The Jets also could trade down for a pass-rusher or offensive tackle.
Comment: New coach John Fox needs defensive help in the worst way. Dupree is a versatile defender with a high ceiling, although some think he might be a workout wonder.
8. Atlanta Falcons -- Vic Beasley, DE, Clemson
Comment: Don't rule out a Falcons-Jets swap. The Falcons want defense and they want to get ahead of the Bears.
Comment: Most folks think the Giants will take Iowa guard/tackle Brandon Scherff, who seems to have many Giant-like qualities, but Flowers is the guy they want. If you're looking for a dark horse, keep an eye on Washington defensive tackle Danny Shelton.