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Jeremiah mock draft 1.0: Cowboys pick QB Wentz at No. 4

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Joey Bosa - DE, Ohio State: The Titans would probably like to move this pick, but Bosa would be a nice addition to a bland defense.

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Jared Goff - QB, Cal: Goff doesn't have rare physical tools, but he's polished, poised and accurate.

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Laremy Tunsil - OT, Ole Miss: Tunsil would be a massive upgrade for the Chargers' offensive line.

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Carson Wentz - QB, North Dakota State: The Cowboys will get a chance to coach Wentz at the Senior Bowl and I think they'll fall in love with him.

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DeForest Buckner - DE, Oregon: The Jaguars need to address the defense, and Buckner is a safe pick who also possesses tremendous upside.

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Jalen Ramsey - CB, Florida State:The Ravens have a lot of holes, but upgrading the secondary is the priority.

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Myles Jack - LB, UCLA: The 49ers have more glaring needs, but Jack is too talented to pass up.

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Jaylon Smith - LB, Notre Dame: If not for a knee injury in the bowl game, Smith would've been in the mix to be the first overall pick.

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Eli Apple - CB, Ohio State: The Buccaneers need to upgrade this position and Apple has a nice mix of size, athleticism and toughness.

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Ezekiel Elliott - RB, Ohio State: Todd Gurley proved to be a home-run pick for the Rams last spring, and I expect similar results for Elliott next season.

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Vernon Hargreaves - CB, Florida: The Bears need to address several holes on defense, and Hargreaves has the ability to play outside and in the nickel.

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Mackensie Alexander - CB, Clemson: Alexander lacks ideal size, but he has outstanding cover skills.

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Ronnie Stanley - OT, Notre Dame: Stanley isn't flashy, but he's a very reliable pass protector.

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Robert Nkemdiche - DT, Ole Miss: Oakland has a talented nucleus on defense, and Nkemdiche would add another explosive player to the mix.

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Paxton Lynch - QB, Memphis: Lynch is very raw, but he has unlimited potential and the Rams are desperate to land a franchise QB.

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A'Shawn Robinson - DT, Alabama: The Lions need to get better at this position, and Robinson has the tools to be a dominant three-down player.

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Reggie Ragland - LB, Alabama: The Falcons could use another edge rusher, but Ragland is too good to pass up.

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Jack Conklin - OT, Michigan State: The Colts need to address the offensive line and Conklin is a steady player on tape.

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Jarran Reed - DT, Alabama: The Bills' defense was a major disappointment last fall and Reed is a plug-and-play guy.

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Taylor Decker - OT, Ohio State: Decker would bring size and a nasty demeanor to the Jets' offensive line.

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Sheldon Rankins - DT, Louisville: Rankins is a disruptive interior defender and he would complement the edge rushers in Washington.

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Corey Coleman - WR, Baylor: Coleman is a home-run hitter who will make opponents pay for doubling DeAndre Hopkins.

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Laquon Treadwell - WR, Ole Miss: Treadwell lacks ideal speed but his size and physicality would be a big help to Teddy Bridgewater.

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Darron Lee - LB, Ohio State: Lee is a three-down linebacker with big-time speed and athleticism.

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Hunter Henry - TE, Arkansas: Henry is the top tight end in this draft and he would fit perfectly in Pittsburgh's offense.

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Vernon Butler - DT, Louisiana Tech: Butler is gaining a lot of steam in personnel circles and he'd look great in this scheme.

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Kevin Dodd - DE, Clemson: Dodd is a very skilled edge rusher and he'd fill a need in Green Bay.

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Kyler Fackrell - LB, Utah State: Andy Reid loves to collect athletic edge defenders, and Fackrell is very versatile and explosive.

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Shaq Lawson - DE, Clemson: Lawson is a power rusher and he plays with outstanding effort.

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Karl Joseph - S, West Virginia: Joseph is recovering from a knee injury, but he would provide a big upgrade at safety for the Panthers.

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Ryan Kelly - C, Alabama: Kelly has Pro Bowl potential at center, and he has the tools to be a solid starting guard as well.

Follow Daniel Jeremiah on Twitter @MoveTheSticks.

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