Mike’s Final Mock Draft

Mike Luchene – NFL Rough Draft
2REDSKINSChase Young  Ohio St
3LIONSDerrick Brown  Auburn
4GIANTSJedrick Wills  Alabama
5DOLPHINSAndrew Thomas  Georgia
6CHARGERSJustin Herbert  Oregon
7PANTHERSJeffrey Okudah  Ohio St
8CARDINALSTristan Wirfs  Iowa
9JAGUARSMekhi Becton  Louisville
10BROWNSIsaiah Simmons  Clemson
11JETSCeeDee Lamb  Oklahoma
12RAIDERSCJ Henderson  Florida
1349ERSJerry Jeudy  Alabama
14BUCCANEERSAustin Jackson  USC
15BRONCOSJustin Jefferson  LSU
16FALCONSKLavon Chaisson  LSU
17COWBOYSCesar Ruiz  Michigan
18DOLPHINSTua Tagovailoa  Alabama
19RAIDERSHenry Ruggs  Alabama
20JAGUARSJavon Kinlaw  South Carolina
21EAGLESJalen Reagor  TCU
22VIKINGSEzra Cleveland  Boise St
23PATRIOTSBrandon Aiyuk  Arizona St
24SAINTSJK Dobbins  Ohio St
25VIKINGSJaylon Johnson  Utah
26DOLPHINSDAndre Swift  Georgia
27SEAHAWKSRoss Blacklock  TCU
28RAVENSKenneth Murray  Oklahoma
29TITANSAJ Terrell  Clemson
30PACKERSPatrick Queen  LSU
3149ERSTrevon Diggs  Alabama
32CHIEFSJeff Gladney  TCU

Ray’s Final Mock (7 Rounds)

1.   Cincinnati Bengals: Joe Burrow, QB, LSU

This seems self explanatory at this point. Burrow was unbelievable last year and I had thought he was a possible day 2 pick coming into the year. After the Texas game, I thought he was a first round pick, after the Alabama game I knew he was the first pick.

2.   Washington Redskins: Chase Young, Edge, Ohio St.

It would be a shock to me if the Redskins to anything other than take Young. He is actually getting underrated in this draft with all the talk about the quarterbacks and Joe Burrow. He is better than Myles Garrett (and Garrett is one of the premier pass rushers in the NFL).

3. Detroit Lions: Derrick Brown, DL, Auburn

This is a very interesting spot for the Lions. I honestly can see them going in a variety of different directions. Derrick Brown is an exceptional run defender who does have some pass rush skills. He didn’t wow at the Combine but he doesn’t need to. He is an instinctive football player who knows how to play his position well using great technique and has fierce hands. 

4.   New York Giants: Andrew Thomas, OT, Georgia

Dave Gettleman says he will seriously consider moving down. If he does, it won’t be very far. I wouldn’t even be surprised to see a swap with the Dolphins at 5 and get a small gain. Gettleman will shock me if he moves down more than 10 spots. Andrew Thomas isn’t getting the credit he deserves and I won’t be shocked if the Giants take him here.

5.   Miami Dolphins: Justin Herbert, QB, Oregon

The Dolphins have done their due diligence on all the quarterbacks but I believe they like Herbert better than Tua. He has less red flags and is a very well composed quarterback. There are many that believe he has a limited ceiling, but they’re wrong. 

6.   Atlanta Falcons (from LAC): Jeffrey Okudah, CB, Ohio St.

Trade: Falcons get 6th overall; Chargers get 16th overall, 47th overall & 2021 3rd round selection

The Falcons seem to be one of the most aggressive teams of wanting to move up and their targets are either Jeffrey Okudah or C.J. Henderson. Okudah is a very good cornerback with elite shut down capability.

7.   Las Vegas Raiders (from CAR): Tua Tagovailoa, QB, Alabama

Trade: Raiders get 7th overall; Panthers get 12th overall, 91st overall & 2021 3rd round selection

Derek Carr isn’t the answer. Tua obviously has some concerns with his medical history but his upside is undeniable. He has a very good arm, solid athletic ability and can sit for a season and learn.

8.   Tampa Bay Buccaneers (from ARZ): Mekhi Becton, OT, Louisville

Trade: Bucs get 8th overall; Cardinals get 14th overall, 76th overall & 2021 4th round selection

The Buccaneers need to make it a priority to protect Tom Brady. Their interior offensive line is very good and Donovan Smith is solid at left tackle but there is a big hole at right tackle. Becton could step in immediately there and move to left tackle next year (when they can cut Smith and save $14.25 million) or in 2022 when Smith is a free agent. The Bucs may have to move up to get Becton but he does have some minor red flags.

9.   Jacksonville Jaguars: Isaiah Simmons, LB, Clemson

The Jaguars had arguably the best defense with an elite set of cornerbacks in the league and within a couple of years all this is gone. C.J. Henderson is a real option here but Isaiah Simmons is a very unique talent, he has great speed and can do everything well but has been getting slightly overrated to a point that I’m not sure he can meet the hype. He doesn’t wear a cape, and for his sake, lets temper the expectations.  

10.   Denver Broncos (from CLE): Jerry Jeudy, WR, Alabama

Trade: Broncos get 10th overall; Browns get 15th overall & 83rd overall

There are always interesting rumors this time of year and shifting through which ones are real and which ones are made up can be a challenge. The Broncos interest in Jeudy appears to be genuine. The Broncos need another wide receiver to complement Courtland Sutton and they have 3 third round choices they can use to move up. 

11.   New York Jets: Jedrick Wills, OT, Alabama

Wills played right tackle at Alabama but that was mostly to protect Tua’s blindside. He can play either tackle spot and the Jets have done their due diligence on the offensive tackle class. They need a lot of help along the offensive line.

12.   Carolina Panthers (from LV): C.J. Henderson, CB, Florida

The Panthers have a ton of holes on defense after losing 9 starters from last year. This would be a possible spot for Javon Kinlaw as well but with Henderson still on the board he is too good for the Panthers to pass up.

13.   Philadelphia Eagles (from SF): CeeDee Lamb, WR, Oklahoma

Trade: Eagles get 13th overall; 49ers get 21st overall & 53rd overall

The 49ers have made it known they want to move down and acquire additional picks. The Eagles, on the other hand, don’t have a ton of glaring needs but their biggest is clearly at wide receiver. CeeDee Lamb is a dangerous player with the ball in his hands and he would instantly elevate their offense.

14.   Arizona Cardinals (from TB): Kenneth Murray, LB, Oklahoma

Coach Kliff Kingsbury mentioned that he would love to add one of the top receivers and I believe him because he would put 6 receivers on the field at once if he could. But the Cardinals need help on defense and have invested a lot of picks into the wide receiver position. Murray is one of the most talented players in the draft that doesn’t get nearly the attention he deserves. 

15.   Cleveland Browns (from DEN): Tristan Wirfs, OL, Iowa

Wirfs is a very accomplished and extremely athletic offensive linemen. He can play tackle or guard and the Browns need to do a much better job of protecting Baker Mayfield in 2020. 

16.   Los Angeles Chargers (from ATL): Jordan Love, QB, Utah St.

I believe that the Chargers actually prefer Jordan Love and will move down to select him. Love has a ton of athletic ability and a strong arm but he is certainly far from a finished product. Tyrod Taylor will make a nice stopgap for them for the time being until Love is ready.

17.   Dallas Cowboys: A.J. Terrell, CB, Clemson

There are a lot of rumors that the Cowboys are targeting Yetur Gross-Matos in a trade down but if A.J. Terrell were to fall into their laps they may jump. Terrell is a long, athletic corner that will fill a spot left by Byron Jones.

18.   Miami Dolphins (from PIT): K’Lavon Chaisson, Edge, LSU

The Dolphins will use at least one of their first round picks on the defensive side of the ball. Chaisson is a premier edge rusher in a draft that doesn’t have that many. Chaisson had a great year for the Tigers and was a big part of their championship run.

19.   Las Vegas Raiders (from CHI): Henry Ruggs, WR, Alabama

The Raiders have a lot of interest in Ruggs and this is a dynamic player that falls down into their laps at 19. Ruggs could go much earlier but this situation and all the tackles and quarterbacks someone falls.  

20.   Jacksonville Jaguars: Javon Kinlaw, DL, South Carolina

There are some concerns about Kinlaw’s health which could make some teams think twice about using their first round selection. Kinlaw is a dynamic talent who can get into the backfield and is another player who could go in the top 10.

21.   San Francisco 49ers (from PHI): Justin Madubuike, DL, Texas A&M

The 49ers moved on from DeForest Buckner and picked up a first round pick. Madubuike has an elite burst off the snap and can penetrate into the backfield. He can play multiple different fronts and is a dangerous player who gives the 49ers a different player up front

22.   Minnesota Vikings (from BUF): Justin Jefferson, WR, LSU

The Vikings are very light at wide receiver and having Justin Jefferson fall into their lap is a great catch. Jefferson has good hands and is a dynamic playmaker who can stretch the field and is good on short to intermediate routes. 

23.   New England Patriots: Cesar Ruiz, iOL, Michigan

David Andrews dealt with blood clots in his lungs and hopefully he is back playing in 2020 but guard Joe Thuney may be on the way out. Ruiz can play guard or center and would be a huge get for the Patriots.

24.   New Orleans Saints: Jalen Reagor, WR, TCU

The Saints are going to look for an impact player right off the bat in the draft. Reagor would add another dimension to their offense. He can stretch the field and has incredibly strong hands. He is also a great punt returner who can make plays with the ball in his hands. 

25.   Minnesota Vikings: Jaylon Johson, CB, Utah

There has been growing but about Jaylon Johnson and rightfully so. He does have a medical concern as his shoulders have taken a beating. Regardless, he has quick feet and can move inside and out and match up with bigger or smaller receivers. He could be the third corner off the board if teams are comfortable with his medicals.

26.   Miami Dolphins (from HOU): Austin Jackson, OT, USC

The Dolphins need to improve their offensive line and there are rumors they could use their first pick on an offensive tackle. But in such a deep class they can wait on a tackle and snag a great player in Austin Jackson late in the first round. 

27.   Seattle Seahawks: Ross Blacklock, DL, TCU  

The Seahawks don’t seem to really want to bring back Clowney and they will need to find more help getting to the quarterback. While Blacklock isn’t an edge rusher he can help getting to the quarterback from the 3 technique. 

28.   Baltimore Ravens: Patrick Queen, LB, LSU

The Ravens desperately need help at inside linebacker. They did extensive research on both Kenneth Murray and Patrick Queen and may move up to get Queen. He has a ton of athletic ability and will be ideal in the middle of the Ravens defense. 

29.   Tennessee Titans: Isaiah Wilson, OT, Georgia 

The Titans lost Jack Conklin in free agency and say they are comfortable with Dennis Kelly at right tackle but Wilson would be a huge upgrade. He has a ton of potential and is a massive man. Wilson is still raw and improving but he has a ton of upside.

30.   Green Bay Packers: Ezra Cleveland, OT, Boise St.

David Bakhtiari and Corey Linsley will both be free agents next offseason and Ricky Wagner was signed to a short term deal to replace Bryan Bulaga. The Packers will look for depth on their offensive line and Cleveland is a future left tackle who fits the Packers mold.

31.   San Francisco 49ers: Denzel Mims, WR, Baylor

Mims had a great pre draft process. He was extremely good at the Senior Bowl and showed he could win one on one and deep. He is a good blocker which will help in the 49ers run heavy offense. Mims also had a great Combine showing off his athletic ability.

32.   Kansas City Chiefs: D’Andre Swift, RB, Georgia

The Chiefs may not take a running back but the top tier running backs are all extremely dynamic and game changers. The Chiefs seem content with their current offensive backfield but Swift elevates the offense to another level. 

2nd Round

33.   Cincinnati Bengals: Jordyn Brooks, LB, Texas Tech

Brooks is a great football player with great instincts but he does have some injury concerns. The Bengals need a lot of help at linebacker.

34.   Indianapolis Colts (from WAS): Bradon Aiyuk, WR, Arizona St.

Aiyuk is an elite playmaker with the ball in his hands. He has amazing quickness and a great stop and go and makes a lot of defensive backs look silly.

35.   Detroit Lions: Trevon Diggs, CB, Alabama

Diggs has first round talent and the Lions need help in the secondary. 

36.   New York Giants: Zack Baun, Edge, Wisconsin

There are some that believe Baun can’t even hold up in the 3-4 but he really won’t have an issue getting to the quarterback.

37.   Los Angeles Chargers: Josh Jones, OT, Houston

Jones has the skill to go in the first round and can play guard and tackle. The Chargers need a tackle to improve the right side (unless they move Bulaga to the right side).

38.   Carolina Panthers: A.J. Epenesa, Edge, Iowa

Epenesa was disappointing at the Combine but he had a great career and was dominant at the end of the season. 

39.   Miami Dolphins: J.K. Dobbins, RB, Ohio St.

Dobbins is a dynamic back and capable of making big plays. He is a strong runner and has great vision.

40.   Houston Texans (from ARZ): Yetur Gross-Matos, Edge, Penn St.

Gross-Matos is a very good edge rusher with a huge ceiling. He has a ton of ability but needs to refine his game.

41.   Cleveland Browns: Xavier McKinney, S, Alabama

McKinney slides to the Browns and is in an ideal spot as he can certainly succeed early on.

42.   Jacksonville Jaguars: Kristian Fulton, CB, LSU

Fulton is another first round talent pushed down because the cornerback class is strong. Fulton has good length and athletic ability. 

43.   Chicago Bears (from LV): Noah Igbinoghene, CB, Auburn

The Bears need to improve their secondary. Igbinoghene hasn’t gotten enough credit for how good he is. He is a strong, aggressive corner who has a ton of upside. 

44.   Indianapolis Colts: Jacob Eason, QB, Washington

The Colts only signed Rivers to a 1 year deal so adding a young quarterback behind him could be important. Eason has a long way to go in terms of his ability to read the field but he has a huge arm and can make every throw.

45.   Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Clyde Edwards-Helaire, RB, LSU

There might not be a better running back that fits a team better than CEH does with the Bucs. He has great hands and runs great routes and will give Brady and company a real weapon out of the backfield.

46.   Denver Broncos: Robert Hunt, iOL, Louisiana

Hunt had a great career playing tackle but will most likely slide inside to guard. Hunt is a big, strong offensive linemen who will have no issues starting right away in the NFL. 

47.   Los Angeles Chargers (from ATL): Jeff Gladney, CB, TCU

Gladney slips a little because some teams believe he is only a nickelback. He has elite quickness and good speed but his lack of height could force him inside.

48.   New York Jets: Tee Higgins, WR, Clemson

The Jets need a lot of help at receiver and Higgins is a large target with great hands who can run deep routes and play over the middle of the field. 

49.   Pittsburgh Steelers: Jonathan Taylor, RB, Wisconsin

It appears the Steelers want to add a running back early on in the draft. They could very well look to move down and pick up another pick but Taylor would be a great pickup. Taylor doesn’t have the pass receiving skills but similar to James Conner who was very limited as a receiver, Taylor can catch the ball.

50.   Chicago Bears: Grant Delpit, S, LSU

Delpit slips because of tackling concerns but he was playing hurt last year. This is a steal in the draft.

51.   Dallas Cowboys: Cole Kmet, TE, Notre Dame

The Cowboys have been searching for the future Jason Witten and this is the answer. Kmet is a complete tight end.

52.   Los Angeles Rams: Darrell Taylor, Edge, Tennessee

Taylor has a ton of upside and just needs some coaching to round out his ability and maximize his talent. 

53.   San Francisco 49ers (from PHI): Damon Arnette, CB, Ohio St.

Arnette is another very good cornerback. He has some off the field question marks but is extremely talented. 

54.   Buffalo Bills: Julian Okwara, Edge, Notre Dame

Julian Okwara is another raw edge rusher who has a ton of upside. He has the NFL bloodlines and won’t be forced into starting right away in Buffalo.

55.   Baltimore Ravens (from ATL): Michael Pittman, WR, USC

In order to continue to develop, Lamar Jackson will need additional weapons. Pittman is a tall receiver with great hands and will be a reliable receiver in the red zone.

56.   Miami Dolphins (from NO): Antoine Winfield, S, Minnesota

Winfield is a playmaker and with the Dolphins improved secondary he will have plenty of opportunities to make splash plays.

57.   Los Angeles Rams (from ATL): Willie Gay, LB, Mississippi St.

The Rams need athletic linebackers and Willie Gay is an extremely athletic linebacker who has some off the field question marks. 

58.   Minnesota Vikings: Jordan Elliott, DL, Missouri

Elliott is an outstanding value at the end of the second round. He will succeed mostly as a 3 technique in the NFL.

59.   Seattle Seahawks: Matt Peart, OT, Connecticut

Peart is a young, raw tackle with a huge upside. He is a tall, long tackle who needs time to develop. 

60.   Baltimore Ravens: Lloyd Cushenberry, iOL, LSU

The Ravens need to improve their interior offensive line, especially after losing Marshal Yanda to retirement. Cushenberry can play both center and guard.

61.   Tennessee Titans: Marlon Davidson, DL, Auburn

The Titans could take a defensive tackle in round 1 but they will need to add one early. The Titans moved on from Jurrell Casey and Marlon Davidson is a very good fit in the Titans defense. 

62.   Green Bay Packers: Chase Claypool, WR, Notre Dame

Claypool is big, strong and fast receiver who would be an ideal complement to Davante Adams. 

63.   Kansas City Chiefs (from SF): Matt Hennessy, iOL, Temple

The Chiefs could use an upgrade on their interior offensive line and Hennesy is a tough, smart player. 

64.   Seattle Seahawks (from KC): Bradlee Anae, Edge, Utah

The Seahawks need edge players and have shown a lot of interest in Anae. 

3rd Round Pick

65.   Cincinnati Bengals: Laviska Shenault, WR, Colorado

A.J. Green and John Ross will both be free agents after this season so they will improve their depth at receiver.

66.   Washington Redskins: Bryan Edwards, WR, South Carolina

Edwards is a strong receiver who slips a little due to not being able to workout for teams after being injured.

67.   Detroit Lions: Zack Moss, RB, Utah

Moss is a great fit in the Lions offense to Kerryon Johnson. They would be a dangerous backfield, that would give them more stability. 

68.   New York Jets (from NYG): Josh Uche, Edge, Michigan

Uche is an ideal fit in the 3-4 and theJets need pass rushers. Uche has only scratched the surface.

69.   Carolina Panthers: Neville Gallimore, DL, Oklahoma

The Panthers need to fix their defense and Gallimore is a versatile player who can play next to Kwann Short.

70.   Miami Dolphins: Shane Lemieux, iOL, Oregon

Lemieux is a very tenacious guard, who has a ton of upside and is an instant starter. 

71.   Los Angeles Chargers: Logan Wilson, LB, Wyoming

Wilson is a complete linebacker and some believe he is worth of a day 1 selection.

72.   Arizona Cardinals: Prince Tega Wanogho, OT, Auburn

Wanogho has some injury concerns which could keep him out of day 2 but with such a great career in the SEC he is worth a round 3 choice.

73.   Jacksonville Jaguars: Jalen Hurts, QB, Oklahoma

The Jaguars are going with Gardner Minshew as their starter but Hurts is a viable backup and may even push Minshew.

74.   Cleveland Browns: Akeem Davis-Gaither, LB, Appalachian St.

The Browns could look at a linebacker early but if they pass on one they will need to address the position at some point during the draft.

75.   Indianapolis Colts: Adam Trautman, TE, Dayton

Jack Doyle is a solid starter but they have little depth behind him. Some believe Trautman is the best tight end in the class.

76.   Arizona Cardinals (from TB):Jeremy Chinn, S, Southern Illinois

Chinn is a special player who should go much higher. He is a very big, strong safety who may have to play linebacker/safety hybrid role. 

77.   Denver Broncos: Cam Dantzler, CB, Mississippi St.

Dantzler ran a poor 40 at the Combine but was much better at his virtual pro day. 

78.   Atlanta Falcons: McTelvin Agim, DL, Arkansas 

The Falcons need help on the defensive line and Agim is a tough, interior defender.

79.   New York Jets: Cam Akers, RB, Florida St.

The Jets may move on from Le’veon Bell as soon as this year. Akers is a strong, powerful runner but needs to play behind a solid offensive line.

80.   Las Vegas Raiders: Bryce Hall, CB, Virginia Tech

The Raiders need help at cornerback and Hall was great in 2018 but hampered by injuries in 2019.

81.   Las Vegas Raiders (from CHI): A.J. Dillon, RB, Boston College

The Raiders want to take some pressure off Josh Jacobs and Gruden has wanted a big, strong back. 

82.   Dallas Cowboys: Kyle Dugger, S, Lenoir-Rhyne

Dugger is a playmaker in the secondary. He showed up and came up big at the Combine and the Senior Bowl.

83.   Cleveland Browns (from DEN): K.J. Hamler, WR, Penn St.

The Browns have a great combo in OBJ and Landry but they could use another player who can help underneath and Hamler is very dangerous with the ball in his hands.

84.   Los Angeles Rams: Ben Bartch, OL, St. Johns (MN)

Bartch was a dominant tackle in college and may have to kick inside to guard.

85.   Detroit Lions (from PHI): Ashtyn Davis, S, California

The Lions made a trade for Duron Harmon but could still use an upgrade in the secondary. 

86.   Buffalo Bills: Reggie Robinson, CB, Tulsa

There isn’t a lot of depth behind Tre’Davious White and Josh Norman. Robinson could develop into a starter.

87.   New England Patriots: Jake Fromm, QB, Georgia

Fromm is a very talented quarterback who is going to get underrated through this process. 

88.   New Orleans Saints: Malik Harrison, LB, Ohio St.

Harrison is a great athlete who had a great year at Ohio St. He may only be a weakside linebacker but he will be very good.

89.   Minnesota Vikings: Jabari Zuniga, Edge, Florida

Zuniga has a lot to learn and needs to be coached but up he has a ton of talent and can be a Pro Bowler if he puts it all together. 

90.   Houston Texans: Raekwon Davis, DL, Alabama

Davis is a solid all around defensive linemen who will fit well in the Texans front.

91. Carolina Panthers (from LV): Damien Lewis, iOL, LSU

The Panthers traded away Trai Turner leaving a hole at guard, so they will replace him with another LSU interior linemen.

92.   Baltimore Ravens: Terrell Burgess, S, Utah

Burgess is capable of playing safety and nickelback so he will add versatility to the Ravens secondary.

93.   Tennessee Titans: Van Jefferson, WR, Florida

Jefferson can play every wide receiver spot and is very safe player with a limited upside. 

94.   Green Bay Packers: Harrison Bryant, TE, Florida Atlantic

Jace Sternberger may be the Packers starter at tight end but they need more depth and Bryant is a better all around player. 

95.   Denver Broncos (from SF): DaVon Hamilton, DL, Ohio St.

Hamilton was an underrated piece of the Buckeyes defense in 2019. He can play nose or move to play 3 technique.

96.   Kansas City Chiefs: Devin Duvernary, WR, Texas

Duvernay is another guy with elite speed and great hands. Somehow the Chiefs defense got much better.

97.  Cleveland Browns (from HOU): Amik Robertson, CB, Louisiana Tech 

Robertson is a fiery competitor who is going to be a very good slot cornerback. 

98.  New England Patriots: Albert Okwuegbunam, TE, Missouri

The Patriots need someone at tight end and Albert O is a dynamic receiver who can stretch the field.

99.  New York Giants: Lynn Bowden, WR, Kentucky

The Giants biggest need isn’t at wide receiver but Bowden is an offensive weapon not just a receiver. 

100. New England Patriots: Larell Murchison, DL, North Carolina St.

Murchison had a great year in 2019 and was unblockable at times. The Patriots have a lot of interest in him and he will fit their mold.

101. Seattle Seahawks: Jacob Phillips, LB, LSU 

Phillips is one of the more underrated players in the draft. Phillips is a good linebacker who can play multiple spots

102. Pittsburgh Steelers:  James Proche, WR, SMU

Proche is another elite receiver who is going to carve out an amazing career as a wide receiver in the NFL. 

103. Philadelphia Eagles: Alton Robinson, Edge, Syracuse

The Eagles could use some depth at defensive end and Robinson can develop into a good pass rusher. 

104. Los Angeles Rams: Josiah Scott, CB, Michigan St.

Scott is one of the best nickelbacks in the draft. He will be a contributor right away.

105. Minnesota Vikings: Jonah Jackson, iOL, Ohio St.

Jackson is a versatile offensive linemen and really benefited from moving to Ohio St. as a grad transfer. 

106. Baltimore Ravens: James Lynch, DL, Baylor

The Ravens defensive line is very good but there is not much depth behind the starters. Adding a young, experienced player along the defensive line is a smart move.

4th Round

107. Cincinnati Bengals: Hakeem Adeniji, OL, Kansas

108. Washington Redskins: Saahdiq Charles, OT, LSU

109. Detroit Lions: Curtis Weaver, Edge, Boise St.

110. New York Giants: Davion Taylor, LB, Colorado

111. Houston Texans (from MIA): Antonio Gandy-Golden, WR, Liberty

112. Los Angeles Chargers: Ke’Shawn Vaughn, RB, Vanderbilt

113. Carolina Panthers: Devin Asiasi, TE, UCLA

114. Arizona Cardinals: Antonio Gibson, RR/WR, Memphis

115. Cleveland Browns: Jason Strowbridge, DL, North Carolina

116. Jacksonville Jaguars: Quez Watkins, WR, Southern Mississippi

117. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Terrell Lewis, Edge, Alabama

118. Denver Broncos: Justin Strnad, LB, Wake Forest

119. Atlanta Falcons: Joshua Kelley, RB, UCLA

120. New York Jets: Leki Fotu, DL, Utah

121. Las Vegas Raiders: John Simpson, iOL, Clemson

122. Indianapolis Colts: K’Von Wallace, S, Clemson

123. Dallas Cowboys: Danny Pinter, iOL, Ball St.

124. Pittsburgh Steelers: Alex Highsmith, Edge, Charlotte

125. New England Patriots (from CHI): Kevin Dotson, iOL, Louisiana

126. Los Angeles Rams: Lamical Perine, RB, Florida

127. Philadelphia Eagles: Brandon Jones, S, Texas

128. Buffalo Bills: Gabriel Davis, WR, Central Florida

129. Baltimore Ravens (from NE): Darrynton Evans, RB, Appalachian St.

130. New Orleans Saints: Darnay Holmes, CB, UCLA

131. Arizona Cardinals (from HOU): Hunter Bryant, TE, Washington

132. Minnesota Vikings: Collin Johnson, WR, Texas 

133. Seattle Seahawks: Troy Pride, CB, Notre Dame

134. Baltimore Ravens: Jonathan Greenard, Edge, Florida

135. Pittsburgh Steelers (from MIA): Tanner Muse, LB, Clemson

136. Green Bay Packers: Troy Dye, LB, Oregon

137. Jacksonville Jaguars (from SF): Lucas Niang, OT, TCU

138. Kansas City Chiefs: L’Jarius Sneed, CB, Louisiana Tech

139. New England Patriots (from TB): Markus Bailey, LB, Purdue

140. Jacksonville Jaguars (from CHI): Trevis Gipson, Edge, Tulsa

141. Miami Dolphins: Julian Blackmon, S, Utah

142. Washington Redskins: Colby Parkinson, TE, Stanford

143. Atlanta Falcons (from BAL): Tyre Phillips, OT, Mississippi St.

144. Seattle Seahawks: Tyler Biadasz, iOL, Wisconsin

145. Philadelphia Eagles: K.J. Hill, WR, Ohio St.

146. Philadelphia Eagles: Jack Driscoll, OT, Auburn

5th Round

147. Cincinnati Bengals: Thad Moss, TE, LSU

148. Carolina Panthers (from WAS): James Morgan, QB, Florida International

149. Detroit Lions: Darnell Mooney, WR, Tulane

150. New York Giants: John Reid, CB, Penn St.

151. Los Angeles Chargers: Joe Reed, WR, Virginia

152. Carolina Panthers: J.R. Reed, S, Georgia

153. Miami Dolphins: Cameron Brown, LB, Penn St.

154. Miami Dolphins (from PIT): Isaiah Hodgins, WR, Oregon St.

155. Minnesota Vikings (from BUF): Derrek Tuszka, Edge, North Dakota St.

156. San Francisco 49ers (from DEN): Logan Stenberg, iOL, Kentucky

157. Jacksonville Jaguars (from BAL): Ben Bredeson, iOL, Michigan

158. New York Jets: Shaun Bradley, LB, Temple

159. Las Vegas Raiders: Javaris Davis, CB, Auburn

160. Indianapolis Colts: Rashard Lawrence, DL, LSU

161. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Kenny Robinson, S, West Virginia

162. Washington Redskins (from SEA): Kindle Vildor, CB, Georgia Southern

163. Chicago Bears: Netane Muti, iOL, Fresno St.

164. Dallas Cowboys: D.J. Wonnum, Edge, South Carolina

165. Jacksonville Jaguars (from LAR): Eno Benjamin, RB, Arizona St.

166. Detroit Lions (from PHI): Cameron Clark, OT, Charlotte

167. Buffalo Bills: Broderick Washington, DL, Texas Tech

168. Philadelphia Eagles (from NE): Josiah Deguara, TE/FB, Cincinnati

169. New Orleans Saints: Malcolm Roach, DL, Texas

170. Baltimore Ravens (from MIN): Harrison Hand, CB, Temple

171. Houston Texans: Josh Metellus, S, Michigan

172. New England Patriots (from DET): Isaiah Coulter, WR, Rhode Island

173. Miami Dolphins (from LAR): Casey Toohill, Edge, Stanford

174. Tennessee Titans: Brycen Hopkins, TE, Purdue

175. Green Bay Packers: Anthony Gordon, QB, Washington St.

176. San Francisco 49ers: Carter Coughlin, Edge, Minnesota

177. Kansas City Chiefs: Khalid Kareem, Edge, Notre Dame

178. Denver Broncos: Yasir Durant, OT, Missouri

179. Dallas Cowboys: Braden Mann, P, Texas A&M

6th Round 

180. Cincinnati Bengals: Lavert Hill, CB, Michigan

181. Denver Broncos (from WAS): Donovan Peoples-Jones, WR, Michigan

182. Detroit Lions: Jake Luton, QB, Oregon St.

183. New York Giants: Jared Pinkney, TE, Vanderbilt

184. Carolina Panthers: John Hightower, WR, Boise St.

185. Miami Dolphins: Michael Ojemudia, CB, Iowa

186. Los Angeles Chargers: Anfernee Jennings, Edge, Alabama

187. Cleveland Browns (from ARZ): Alex Taylor, OT, South Carolina St.

188. Buffalo Bills (from CLE): Solomon Kindley, iOL, Georgia

189. Jacksonville Jaguars: Antoine Brooks, S, Maryland

190. Philadelphia Eagles (from ATL): Dane Jackson, CB, Pittsburgh

191. New York Jets: Keith Ismael, iOL, San Diego St.

192. Green Bay Packers (from LV): Geno Stone, S, Iowa

193. Indianapolis Colts: Anthony McFarland, RB, Maryland

194. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Tyler Johnson, WR, Minnesota

195. New England Patriots (from DEN): Tyler Bass, K, Georgia Southern

196. Chicago Bears: Charlie Heck, OT, North Carolina

197. Indianapolis Colts (from MIA): Rodrigo Blankenship, K, Georgia 

198. Pittsburgh Steelers: Benito Jones, DL, Mississippi St.

199. Los Angeles Rams: Quartney Davis, WR, Texas A&M

200. Chicago Bears (from PHI): Khalil Davis, DL, Nebraska

201. Minnesota Vikings (from BUF): Jalen Mayden, S, Alabama

202. Arizona Cardinals (from NE): Jonah Williams, Edge, Weber St.

203. New Orleans Saints: Dalton Keene, TE, Virginia Tech

204. New England Patriots (from HOU): Colton McKivitz, OT, West Virginia

205. Minnesota Vikings: Trey Adams, OT, Washington

206. Jacksonville Jaguars (from SEA): Kenny Willekes, Edge, Michigan St.

207. Buffalo Bills (from NE): DeeJay Dallas, RB, Miami

208. Green Bay Packers (from TEN): Robert Windsor, DL, Penn St.

209. Green Bay Packers: Evan Weaver, LB, California

210. San Francisco 49ers:  Alohi Gilman, S, Notre Dame

211. New York Jets (from KC): Charlie Taumoepeau, TE/FB, Portland St.

212. New England Patriots: Michael Warren, RB, Cincinnati 

213. New England Patriots: Brian Cole, S, Mississippi St.

214. Seattle Seahawks: James Robinson, RB, Illinois St.

7th Round

215. Cincinnati Bengals: Nick Harris, iOL, Washington

216. Washington Redskins: Raymond Calais, RB, Louisiana

217. San Francisco 49ers (from DET): Dante Olson, LB, Montana

218. New York Giants: Steve Wirtel, LS, Iowa St.

219. Minnesota Vikings (from MIA): A.J. Green, CB, Oklahoma St.

220. Los Angeles Chargers: Juwan Johnson, TE, Oregon

221. Carolina Panthers: Shaquille Quarterman, LB, Miami

222. Arizona Cardinals: Calvin Taylor, DL, Kentucky

223. Jacksonville Jaguars: Kalija Lipscomb, WR, Vanderbilt

224. Tennessee Titans (from CLE): Parnell Motley, CB, Oklahoma

225. Baltimore Ravens (from NYJ): Charlie Woerner, TE, Georgia

226. Chicago Bears (from LV): Brian Lewerke, QB, Michigan St.

227. Miami Dolphins (from IND): Jon Runyan, iOL, Michigan

228. Atlanta Falcons (from PHI): Nick Coe, Edge, Auburn

229. Washington Redskins (from DEN): Michael Onwenu, iOL, Michigan

230. New England Patriots (from ATL): Darius Anderson, RB, TCU

231. Dallas Cowboys: Raequan Williams, DL, Michigan St.

232. Pittsburgh Steelers: Tremayne Anchrum, iOL, Clemson

233. Chicago Bears: Delontae Scott, Edge, SMU

234. Los Angeles Rams: Sam Sloman, K, Miami (OH)

235. Detroit Lions (from NE): Khaleke Hudson, LB, Michigan

236. Green Bay Packers (from CLE): Quintez Cephus, WR, Wisconsin

237. Tennessee Titans (from DEN): J.J. Taylor, RB, Arizona

238. New York Giants (from NO): Darryl Williams, iOL, Mississippi 

239. Buffalo Bills (from MIN): Mitchell Wilcox, TE, South Florida

240. Houston Texans: Terrence Steele, OT, Texas Tech 

241. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (from NE): Grayland Arnold, CB, Baylor

242. Green Bay Packers (from BAL): Jake Hanson, iOL, Oregon

243. Tennessee Titans: Azur Kamra, Edge, Kansas

244. Cleveland Browns (from GB): Trevon Hill, Edge, Miami

245. San Francisco 49ers: Austin Mack, WR, Ohio St.

246. Miami Dolphins (from KC): Blake Ferguson, LS, LSU

247. New York Giants: Bravvion Roy, DL, Baylor

248. Houston Texans: Javin White, S, UNLV

249. Minnesota Vikings: Sean McKeon, TE, Michigan

250. Houston Texans: Javelin Guidry, CB, Utah

251. Miami Dolphins: Mason Kinsey, WR, Berry

252. Denver Broncos: Ron’Dell Carter, Edge, James Madison

253. Minnesota Vikings: Cole McDonald, QB, Hawaii

254. Denver Broncos: JaMycal Hasty, RB, Baylor

255. New York Giants: Jonathan Garvin, Edge, Miami