NFL Media draft analyst Daniel Jeremiah released his post-combine mock draft on Thursday, two days after the four days of on-field workouts in Indianapolis and the top two picks remain unchanged with Jadeveon Clowney and Greg Robinson going to the Houston Texans and St. Louis Rams, respectively.
The real drama comes at No. 3 where the Jacksonville Jaguars were the destination for Johnny Manziel’s previous mock draft on Feb. 11, but after the workouts he has moved up Khalil Mack to this pick and Manziel drops to No. 5 and the Oakland Raiders.
The other top quarterbacks in the draft, Teddy Bridgewater and Blake Bortles also dropped a couple spots as Bridgewater fell from No. 4 to No. the Minnesota Vikings at No. 8 and Blake Bortles fell from No. 5 to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at No. 7.
Sammy Watkins was one of the bigger risers who moves up to the Cleveland Browns at No. 4 while Anthony Barr dropped out of the top 10. But the biggest riser on Jeremiah’s latest mock is former Pitt defensive tackle Aaron Donald who enters the first round mix now at No. 16 after not being on the top 32 list in the last mock.
To see the full first round you can click here: Daniel Jeremiah Feb. 27 mock draft.