My last mock sucked, but the addition of Alec Ogletree inspired me. Hopefully this one is more interesting.
2 QB Josh Allen
With Eli established as the franchise quarterback who showed potential big game ability still in his last postseason showing in Green Bay. We might be set at quarterback but he's old and not as crisp in the regular season. We need a succession plan at QB and have a singular opportunity to land one. Josh Allen has the highest ceiling of all the quarterbacks in this draft. And we just added two quarterback coaches in Shurmur and Shula. Webb would seemingly add a competitive atmosphere given his work ethic. It's the ideal scenario for Allen who doesn't have to be thrown to the wolves without proper coaching up.
34 RB Sony Michel
The backfield needs a bell cow or at least a clear number 1 option. Gallman is great as a COP back, but Michel can be given 15-20 touches a game and be an impact player like Alvin Kamara was for the Saints. Adds a playmaker to a unit that lacks one.
66 C Frank Ragnow
An offensive lineman drops who can be a potential starter, whether that's at guard or center or tackle doesn't matter. Maybe Jamarco Jones drops or Orlando Brown or a Frank Ragnow. Ragnow would be great as a center or right guard, assuming we go left guard and tackle in free agency.
102 LB Shaquem Griffin
Maybe he goes earlier after the combine he had. But we can't have enough LB depth right now, especially a guy who is so fast and may be able to play safety or in the slot too. Fred Warner or Nwosu would be great here.
139 WR Dylan Cantrell
I think you could play Cantrell on the same side as Shepard or Odell inside or outside, he's a decent blocker for a receiver. He reminds me of Brandon Marshall. Gettleman might like to add a tall receiver to a unit that was devastated last year. Hopefully adds some complementary depth.