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The Washington Commanders Mock Draft 1.0 – Who Goes #2?



With just 30 days remaining until the NFL Draft, speculation abounds as the Chicago Bears reportedly lean towards selecting Caleb Willams from USC as the top overall pick. This decision puts Washington in the spotlight for the #2 selection, posing the question: Who will they choose?

Following a flurry of moves in Free Agency, the Commanders have revamped their roster significantly, with a particular focus on experienced veterans in the 27-29 age bracket. With the departure of Sam Howell to Seattle, the glaring need for a quarterback has become Washington’s priority. Although the addition of Marcus Mariota in free agency suggests a potential direction towards Jayden Daniels, the unpredictability of the NFL Draft reminds us to expect surprises. If Washington opts to retain the #2 pick, a quarterback seems inevitable!

Here’s a look at our first mock draft for the 2024 NFL Draft.

Photo Credits: Jayden Daniels / Instagram

Photo Credits: Jayden Daniels / Instagram

#2 – QB Jayden Daniels – LSU

With his electrifying performance reminiscent of RGIII’s iconic 2012 season, Jayden Daniels stands out as the epitome of excitement in the upcoming draft. Picture Daniels in a Kliff Kingsbury offense, and you get the perfect blend of explosiveness and innovation. Daniels’ staggering statistics from the previous season speak volumes: 3,812 passing yards, 40 passing touchdowns, and just 4 interceptions, coupled with an impressive 1,134 rushing yards and 10 touchdowns. Notably, his highlight reel includes an exhilarating 85-yard touchdown run against Florida.

For Washington, selecting Jayden Daniels should be a no-brainer, given his potential to inject new life into their offense.

#36 – OT Jordan Morgan – Arizona

#40 – TE Ja’Tavion Sanders – Texas

#67 – DT T’Vondre Sweat – Texas

#78 – ILB Jeremiah Trotter JR. – Clemson

#100 – RB Blake Corum – Michigan

#139 – WR Javon Baker – UCF

#152 – OG Zak Zinter – Michigan

#222 – LB Omar Speights – LSU

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