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Mason Rudolph projected to be first overall pick in 2018 NFL Draft

CBS Sports loves the Cowboy signal-caller, and projects him to land with the Cleveland Browns.

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We’re almost halfway through the college football season, and with that, mock drafts are up-and-running (as if they ever aren’t up and running).

Today, Chris Trapasso of projected Oklahoma State quarterback Mason Rudolph to be the first name off the board in the 2018 draft. They expect him to land with the Cleveland Browns.

Me when I read that:

Rudolph would be the first overall pick in Oklahoma State history.

Trapasso writes:

The Browns have to take a quarterback at this juncture, right? I mean, even if Kevin Hogan plays well for the remainder of the season, he won't be enough to stop Cleveland from addressing the most important position on the field. Rudolph is experienced, super productive, and is mature beyond his years passing from the pocket. Hue Jackson will be enamored with the Oklahoma State signal-caller.

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