Commanders land Oregon star in NFL com’s analytics-based mock draft’s Cynthia Frelund has released her second mock draught for the current draught season. The mock draughts Frelund produces stand out from the majority of those we encounter.

Frelund, an analytics specialist for, employs a specialised methodology to predict draught possibilities for NFL clubs rather than just lining up needs and who is available. Her methodology exclusively links prospects with clubs that can win the most games in the future season.

There were no surprises in the first phase of Frelund’s fresh mock draught. With Tyree Wilson (Seahawks), Bryce Young (Texans), Will Anderson Jr. (Cardinals), Anthony Richardson (Colts), and Anthony Stroud (Ohio State), quarterback C.J. Stroud is selected first overall by Carolina.

Frelund starts to make waves at No. 6 when Pittsburgh defensive lineman Calijah Kancy signs with the Detroit Lions.
Frelund selected a cornerback for the Washington Commanders with pick number sixteen.

Christian Gonzalez of Oregon is that cornerback, and many consider him to be the best defensive back prospect in this year’s draught.

Gonzalez is a player that several mock drafters have picked in the top 10. It would be unexpected if he dropped to No. 16 as a result. Gonzalez is listed by Frelund as the second cornerback off the board after Illinois’ Devon Witherspoon.

who is listed at No. 14.Gonzalez has every quality NFL clubs look for in a top cornerback. He is an intriguing possibility due to his mix of height, length, agility, and experience.

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