With the aid of the site First-Pick.com, here is our mock draft 6.0 from April 3, 2016.
Jared Goff, QB (Cal)
If one of the best QBs in the draft falls to you and is the best player on the board when you pick, you best believe that you pick him. Let him back up Cutler for this year and develop a true QB of the future.
Robert Nkemdiche, DT/DE (Ole Miss)
Talented enough to be a top 5 pick, but character questions may drop him into the second round. If he does drop, you snag him and put him on one side of Eddie Goldman and Hicks on the other and suddenly your run defense gets better.
T.J. Green, S (Clemson)
Not a lot of experience and had some hiccups in his college game, but more than enough talent and intangibles to make it at the next level. Buzz is growing on TJ Green.
Keanu Neal, FS/SS (Florida)
Absolutely heavy hitter. Lacks a lot of athleticism, and needs time and experience to grow into a potential starter. Could be a great special teamer in the meantime.
Aaron Burbridge, WR (Michigan State)
Lacks great height and great speed, but doesn't need much separation to make catches. Could develop into a nice possession receiver in the NFL.
Kelvin Taylor, RB (Florida)
Son of former NFLer Fred Taylor. Lacks big play potential, but a tough runner. Can be a nice NFL backup.
Blake Martinez, ILB (Stanford)
Aaron Green, RB (TCU)
The guy has ridiculous open field moves, but is not a between the tackles runner. Could be a change of pace/scat back.
Kevin Peterson, CB (Oklahoma State)