With the NFL season nearing its end and the college football bowl season revving up, it’s as good a time as any to throw together a massive seven-round mock draft just for fun. Mock drafts are a good exercise to get an idea of specific player’s value as well as NFL team needs and how they may attack the draft. It’s only December so my 2019 NFL Draft evaluations are far from finished so a lot will change between now and April.

It’s also worth noting that as more players declare I will see more tape on players with hype. A good example of this is Oklahoma’s right tackle Cody Ford. Ford is a potential first-round player, but at the time this was written I had not seen his tape. Feel free to comment/call me out for a player you think deserves to be drafted and I’ll do my best to get eyes on them ASAP.

First Round

  1. San Francisco 49ers- Nick Bosa, EDGE, Ohio State

  • Are the 49ers really going to take another defensive lineman in the first-round? Yes, at least they should if it’s Nick Bosa. They need an edge rusher and Solomon Thomas should be playing on the interior of the D-line. If they take Nick Bosa they have an All-Pro talent to pair with Thomas, DeForest Buckner, and Arik Armstead. Bosa has elite hand usage and a massive arsenal of pass rushing moves. He’s not a one-trick pony either. Bosa has the ability to be one of the best run defending edge players in the NFL.
  • Pro Comparison: Joey Bosa
  1. Arizona Cardinals- Quinnen Williams, IDL, Alabama

  • No team has more holes to fill on offense than the Cardinals, but this is a rough year to take an offensive player early. The best player in the draft is Quinnen Williams and he’s a perfect fit in Arizona. Williams can solidify the Cardinals defensive line. He has a rare combination of explosion, heavy hands, leverage, and wiggle. Adding a player with All-Pro talent to anchor their defense seems like the right move. They can then spend the majority of the rest of their draft capital on offense.
  • Pro Comparison: Gerald McCoy
  1. Oakland Raiders- Deionte Thompson, S, Alabama

  • The best move the Raiders can make if they’re picking this early with Nick Bosa off the board is to trade back. If they do stick and pick in this situation there’s no harm in adding an elite safety prospect. Deionte Thompson has everything needed to be an All-Pro safety. He’s also head and shoulders above every other safety in the class. Thompson has rare range and ball skills. He’s the perfect safety for single-high, but is a willing run defender. Sticking Thompson with Gareon Conley and Karl Joseph gives the Raiders an exciting young secondary core.
  • Pro Comparison: Ed Reed
  1. New York Jets- Jonah Williams, OT, Alabama

  • If Jonah Williams is available for the Jets they cannot pass him up. This is by far the best offensive line prospect in the draft. Williams can be Sam Darnold’s blindside protector for the next decade. The Alabama product might lack some length and athleticism, but he’s technically sound and loves playing through the whistle. Williams is going to be one of the best run blockers in the league with his leverage, hand use, lower body drive, and mentality. As a pass protector his anchor and violent hands help makeup for what he lacks.
  • Pro Comparison: Andrew Whitworth
  1. New York Giants- Justin Herbert, QB, Oregon

  • So the Giants neglected the quarterback position early in the 2018 NFL Draft, but they need to address it now. Eli Manning is one of the worst starting quarterbacks in the league. It’s not a great year to need a quarterback, but IF Oregon’s Justin Herbert declares he needs to be targeted by Dave Gettleman and Pat Shurmur. Herbert is far from a finished prospect, but he has a ton of athletic upside. He lacks consistency, but with his arm talent, footwork, and ball placement he has the ability to be a franchise quarterback.
  • Pro Comparison: Carson Wentz
  1. Buffalo Bills- Ed Oliver, IDL, Houston

  • Surprisingly despite their struggles the Bills have one of the best defenses in the NFL. They also seem to have a plan on offense with Josh Allen and Brian Daboll running the show. If Ed Oliver slides down the board they have to scoop him up, he’s a perfect fit in Buffalo. This is a rare talent to plug into 3-Technique and will give them an instant interior pass rush. Having Oliver, Tremaine Edmunds, Matt Milano, Tre White, and Taron Johnson gives the Bills a young, impressive defensive core.
  • Pro Comparison: Geno Atkins
  1. Jacksonville Jaguars- Dwayne Haskins, QB, Ohio State

  • Paying Blake Bortles was stupid. The Jaguars are lucky that they may still have a chance to fix their quarterback issues while the defense is still full of talent. If the Jaguars are picking top 10 they need to take the best QB available, especially if it’s Dwayne Haskins. Haskins gives the Jaguars a franchise quarterback with a high football IQ. No quarterback in the class is faster through their progressions than Haskins. He also seems to get better every week. Haskins has the arm talent to make every throw and improving accuracy.
  • Pro Comparison: Matthew Stafford
  1. Tampa Bay Buccaneers- Greedy Williams, CB, LSU

  • There might not be a secondary in the NFL that has struggled as much as the Buccaneers. They’re young and learning, but they also need to add more talent. Brent Grimes career is coming to an end and Vernon Hargreaves doesn’t look like a draft hit. Insert Greedy Williams. Williams is one of the most gifted cornerbacks you’ll see. He moves effortlessly with elite athleticism, oily hips, and quick feet. Williams also has impressive ball skills to go with his cover skills. At times his technique gets messy, but his ceiling is so high.
  • Pro Comparison: Marcus Peters
  1. Cleveland Browns- Mack Wilson, LB, Alabama

  • The Browns are close to being a special defense. Myles Garrett, Larry Ogunjobi, Denzel Ward, Emmanuel Ogbah, Genard Avery, Jabrill Peppers, and Damarious Randall are a damn talented core. What are they missing? A stud at middle linebacker. Mack Wilson is the perfect middle linebacker for today’s NFL. His movement skills and instincts in coverage are ideal for the pass happy league. Wilson needs to improved versus the run, but he can be one of the best cover linebackers in the NFL.
  • Pro Comparison: Ryan Shazier
  1. Detroit Lions- Jachai Polite, EDGE, Florida

  • There might be no team more stuck in purgatory than the Lions. They have their franchise quarterback in theory, but they seem pretty directionless. One thing is certain, they need to build up their defense. Specifically, their pass rush. There are a few stud pass rushers in this draft, but Jachai Polite might be the best one available. Polite is undersized, but has a nasty get off, the flexibility to bend the edge, and multiple pass rush moves. He’s going to need to improve a lot as a run defender, but this is a double digit sack guy.
  • Pro Comparison: Melvin Ingram
  1. Atlanta Falcons- Brian Burns, EDGE, Florida State

  • The Falcons have a clear major need on the interior of their offensive line, but there’s no player worth the pick at that position. You can never have enough pass rushers and it looks more and more like Vic Beasley ain’t the one across from Takk McKinley. Brian Burns has stud pass rusher potential. He’s long and lean with big athleticism and maybe the best bend in the class. He’s not just going to win with speed either. Burns uses his hands really well and wins with a strong club move. He can use work as a run defender, but his strong motor will help with that.
  • Pro Comparison: Yannick Ngakoue
  1. Denver Broncos- Daniel Jones, QB, Duke

  • Well, here we are with John Elway and the Broncos needing a quarterback again. Case Keenum is a fine short-term answer, but they need to find the quarterback of the future. Daniel Jones is an ascending talent with an impressive football IQ running David Cutcliffe’s pro-style offense at Duke. He does more pre-snap than any other quarterback in the country. With so many QB needy team Jones will be pushed up the board, but his decision making, mechanics, and poise give a nice base to build around. The Broncos will have the luxury of letting him sit and develop behind Keenum.
  • Pro Comparison: Matt Ryan
  1. Philadelphia Eagles- Byron Murphy, CB, Washington

  • No NFL team has struggled with injuries in their secondary more than the Eagles. With Ronald Darby tearing his ACL and hitting free agency this offseason, the Eagles need to take a cornerback early. Byron Murphy is arguably as good as Greedy Williams, he’s just not as flashy. His instincts, reaction time, and ball skills will make him an unstoppable zone corner. Murphy also has the footwork, press technique and athleticism to be strong in man.
  • Pro Comparison: Kyle Fuller
  1. Green Bay Packers- Clelin Ferrell, EDGE, Clemson

  • Clay Matthews and Nick Perry are washed and Kyler Fackrell can’t be trusted. The Packers need edge rushers badly and lucky for them there are many in this class. Clelin Ferrell is a long and explosive edge who can win with speed or power. He lacks bend around the edge, but makes up for it with a nice repertoire of pass rush moves. Ferrell is also one of the better run defending edge players. He consistently sets the edge and has a big motor to chase down run plays.
  • Pro Comparison: Danielle Hunter
  1. Indianapolis Colts- DK Metcalf, WR, Ole Miss

  • Nobody saw the Frank Reich hire being one of the best in the league, but he’s changed the Colts and revitalized Andrew Luck. The Colts offense seems like it’s one major piece away from being unstoppable and DK Metcalf can be that piece. Adding a height-weight-speed freak on the outside with TY Hilton can be a game changer. Metcalf has everything a receiver needs to be a Pro Bowl player. He has some of the best hands, great speed/burst, a smooth release, and he’ll go up and snatch the ball. Give Luck a big red zone target and cash in.
  • Pro Comparison: Andre Johnson
  1. Miami Dolphins- Jeffery Simmons, IDL, Mississippi State

  • After cutting Ndamukong Suh the Dolphins D-line hasn’t been the same and they still need to find a replacement. Jeffery Simmons is a top 10 talent in this draft class, but he has a similar off-field issue that caused Joe Mixon to slide in the 2017 NFL Draft. Some team will likely take the risk on Simmons in the first-round and the Dolphins make the most sense. Simmons is a powerful and explosive player who plays with great leverage in the run game. As a pass rusher he can win with power or with a sick arm over move and his athleticism always gives him a chance to make a play.
  • Pro Comparison: Fletcher Cox
  1. Oakland Raiders (from Cowboys)- Devin White, LB, LSU

  • It’s felt like the Raiders have been in desperate need for a linebacker on their defense for years. This needs to be the draft that they truly address the issue. Adding Devin White to their defense gives the Raiders an athletically gifted attacking linebacker. White is an energizer bunny who goes all out on every play. His ultra aggressiveness and explosiveness will give the Raiders someone who can make big plays in front of him. White has a lot of improvements to make in coverage, but he has the traits to develop.
  • Pro Comparison: Daryl Washington
  1. Tennessee Titans- Hollywood Brown, WR, Oklahoma

  • Nobody is quite sure if Marcus Mariota is actually good and that’s a huge part of why the Titans seem to have no offensive identity. Corey Davis has flashed brilliance as a receiver, but the Titans need to get him and Mariota someone else. Hollywood Brown adds the downfield threat Tennessee is missing. Brown has the ability to hit a home run on any given play and he’s more than just a burner. This season Brown has developed into an excellent route runner. He’s perfect to play opposite Davis.
  • Pro Comparison: DeSean Jackson
  1. Seattle Seahawks- David Edwards, OT, Wisconsin

  • After finally moving on from Tom Cable and investing picks and money into their O-line the Seahawks are in good shape. The one clear liability is right tackle Germain Ifedi and if they can find a replacement, they’ll be set. Wisconsin’s David Edwards is a well-rounded right tackle with athletic upside. Edwards is a talented run blocker using his movement skills to consistently work to the second level. In pass pro his clean footwork and consistent use of his length and hands is impressive. He has one of the highest ceilings at tackle in the class.
  • Pro Comparison: Lane Johnson
  1. Cincinnati Bengals- Yodny Cajuste, OT, West Virginia

  • There are two main reasons such a talented Bengals roster can’t consistently win. Those reasons are Marvin Lewis and the offensive line. Mike Brown is too cheap to fire Marvin, but at least they can draft an offensive lineman. Yodny Cajuste is probably the best pass blocker in this draft class. He has elite balance and body control in pass pro and he complements it with sweet feet and a heavy anchor. Cajuste can insert immediately as the Bengals starting right tackle.
  • Pro Comparison: David Bakhtiari
  1. Baltimore Ravens- N’Keal Harry, WR, Arizona State

  • It’s officially the Lamar Jackson show in Baltimore and rightfully so. Now it’s time to revamp the pass catching core and get Jackson a go-to receiver. N’Keal Harry is a polarizing prospect. He makes so many WOW plays, but there are questions about his athleticism and ability to separate. What Harry can add to the Ravens offense is a guy who goes up and wins 50/50 balls, and creates massive plays after the catch. He will give Jackson a receiver to trust deep downfield to make a play on the ball. Harry has elite ball adjustment skills and consistently wins in traffic.
  • Pro Comparison: Dez Bryant
  1. Minnesota Vikings- Raekwon Davis, IDL, Alabama

  • With the Kirk Cousins contract, the Vikings are in an odd spot. The best offensive linemen worth this pick are off the board and that leaves the Vikings with a tough decision to make. With Sheldon Richardson hitting free agency it wouldn’t be surprising to see them draft his replacement. Raekwon Davis has all the ability in the world, but he’s a far from finished product. With Mike Zimmer coaching him, Davis could reach his potential. He’s a massive defensive lineman with explosion and heavy active hands. Davis has the traits, but needs to put it all together.
  • Pro Comparison: Calais Campbell
  1. Washington- Montez Sweat, EDGE, Mississippi State

  • There’s not really another team like the Washington Washington’s in the NFL. They’re just kind of stuck in the 6-9 win range every season. They have some pieces in the trenches, but they need more playmakers. With Preston Smith set to be a free agent, drafting an edge to play opposite Ryan Kerrigan is key. Montez Sweat is as long as they come on the edge with big time burst off the line. He’s developed into a better all-around player with consistently violent hand use as well as a proven ability to set the edge. Sweat would inject more athleticism, effort, and pass rush into the Washington D.
  • Pro Comparison: Jason Taylor
  1. Houston Texans- Tyler Biadasz, OL, Wisconsin

  • Poor Deshaun Watson needs more from his offensive line. The Texans need to go ahead and take the best lineman available so they can get closer to being a consistent Super Bowl contender. Tyler Biadasz has the ability to be a Pro Bowl center with his combination of movement skills and and power. Biadasz is a day one starter at center for Houston and will instantly upgrade their run blocking. He’s consistently working up to the second level with his elite quickness and once his hands are on you there’s no getting off. Biadasz also adds solid pass protection and a strong football IQ in the middle of an offensive line.
  • Pro Comparison: Travis Frederick
  1. Carolina Panthers- Kelvin Harmon, WR, NC State

  • Do the Panthers really need another wide receiver this early? Yes, they need to win while Cam Newton still has all of his athletic ability. Devin Funchess will be a free agent so why not replace him with someone who’s better at doing the things Funchess is supposed to do? Kelvin Harmon is a master of the jump ball and adds far more athleticism than Funchess or Kelvin Benjamin ever did. Pairing him with DJ Moore and Curtis Samuel gives the Panthers three different types of talented pass catchers.
  • Pro Comparison: Alshon Jeffery
  1. Oakland Raiders (from Bears)- Rashan Gary, DL, Michigan

  • Obviously the Raiders need a pass rusher after Gruden and Mark Davis shipped off perennial All-Pro Khalil Mack. Would it surprise anybody if they took the big name athletic freak in Rashan Gary over more refined pass rushers? Probably not. The Raiders showed last year that they’re willing to bet on athletes in the draft. Gary has the potential to be a freak, but it’s never all come together for him. He has explosion, power, heavy hands, and is willing versus the run, but he needs to become more consistent and technically sound.
  • Pro Comparison: Cameron Jordan
  1. Los Angeles Chargers- Jerry Tillery, IDL, Notre Dame

  • It’s not a surprise that the Chargers are Super Bowl contenders with the talent on their roster. If they can add a few more NFL-ready pieces they will have a real chance to win a title with Phillip Rivers. Jerry Tillery is a perfect fit on the Chargers D-line. He brings size and a well-rounded game to the 5-Tech spot. The leverage he plays with at his height plus his ability to hold the point will instantly upgrade the Chargers run defense. He continues to get better as a pass rusher with a strong bull rush and the handwork to win with club and rip moves.
  • Pro Comparison: Leonard Williams
  1. New England Patriots- Noah Fant, TE, Iowa

  • Wouldn’t it be just unfair if the Patriots replaced Rob Gronkowski with one of the most athletically gifted tight ends we’ve seen? What if Gronk doesn’t retire and they can pair him with a stud like Noah Fant? It would be just nuts. Inserting Fant as the Pats tight end/H-back/big slot would do wonders for their passing game. Fant has elite athleticism for a tight end and will be a complete mismatch. He’s at his best in the red zone with great ball adjustment skills to go along with his burst. The best part is that Fant blocks damn well for a tight end of his skill set.
  • Pro Comparison: Jimmy Graham
  1. Pittsburgh Steelers- Deandre Baker, CB, Georgia

  • What the Steelers have done at the defensive back position in the last few drafts and free agency has been sad. Instead of betting on a raw athlete with zero technique they should bet on a technically sound player. Deandre Baker might lack some size and athleticism, but he knows how to play corner. Baker is a great press man corner with some of the best footwork in the class. Despite his lack of size, he consistently gets hands on wide receivers and has an excellent jam. It might not be the sexy pick, but it’s the right pick.
  • Pro Comparison: Gareon Conley
  1. Green Bay Packers (from Saints)- Josh Allen, EDGE, Kentucky

  • Didn’t the Packers take an edge rusher with their earlier first-round pick? They sure did, but they need more. They don’t have any edge players on their roster worth trusting so why not double down? Josh Allen has a diverse skill set with the ability to rush the pass or play off-ball. Allen adds some explosion and bend around the edge to win with speed rushes while also having a huge motor versus the run. Sticking him and Ferrell on the edge together would be fun to see.
  • Pro Comparison: Anthony Barr
  1. Kansas City Chiefs- Trayvon Mullen, CB, Clemson

  • We all know the Chiefs have it figured out with their offense thanks to Patrick Mahomes and Andy Reid, but the defense needs a lot of help. There’s a clear need at cornerback for the Chiefs. Outside of Kendall Fuller, they don’t really have anything. Trayvon Mullen doesn’t have a ton of first-round hype, but it should come soon. He’s a long lean man-to-man cover corner with great fluidity and footwork. His athleticism pops on tape too and his ceiling is high. This is more of a potential pick that will payoff down the road.
  • Pro Comparison: Darius Slay
  1. Los Angeles Rams- Devin Bush Jr., LB, Michigan

  • Like the Chiefs, the Rams feel like they have nothing on defense at times outside of Aaron Donald. Their linebacker play has been particularly inconsistent. They have clear talent at every other spot on defense, but can’t keep riding random hot games of less than average players. Devin Bush bring attitude, explosive athleticism, and aggressiveness to their linebacker core. He flows well against the run and holds up in coverage. Just stick him in and watch it payoff.
  • Pro Comparison: Myles Jack

Second Round

  1. San Francisco 49ers- JJ Arcega-Whiteside, WR, Stanford

  2. Arizona Cardinals- Riley Ridley, WR, Georgia

  3. Oakland Raiders- AJ Brown, WR, Ole Miss

  4. Indianapolis Colts (from Jets)- Gerald Willis III, IDL, Miami

  5. New York Giants- Dalton Risner, OL, Kansas State

  6. Buffalo Bills- Collin Johnson, WR, Texas

  7. Jacksonville Jaguars- Michael Deiter, OL, Wisconsin

  8. Tampa Bay Buccaneers- Greg Little, OT, Ole Miss

  9. Cleveland Browns- DaMarkus Lodge, WR, Ole Miss

  10. Detroit Lions- TJ Hockenson, TE, Iowa

  11. Atlanta Falcons- Chris Lindstrom, OG, Boston College

  12. Denver Broncos- Amani Oruwariye, CB, Penn State

  13. Philadelphia Eagles- David Montgomery, RB, Iowa State

  14. Green Bay Packers- Deebo Samuel, WR, South Carolina

  15. Indianapolis Colts- Kris Boyd, CB, Texas

  16. Miami Dolphins- Chase Winovich, EDGE, Michigan

  17. Dallas Cowboys- Juan Thornhill, S, Virginia

  18. Tennessee Titans- Zach Allen, DL, Boston College

  19. Houston Texans (from Seahawks)- Rodney Anderson, RB, Oklahoma

  20. Cincinnati Bengals- Paddy Fisher, LB, Northwestern

  21. Philadelphia Eagles (from Ravens)- Hakeem Butler, WR, Iowa State

  22. Minnesota Vikings- Beau Benzschawel, OG, Wisconsin

  23. Washington- Brett Rypien, QB, Boise State

  24. Houston Texans- Bryce Hall, CB, Virginia

  25. Carolina Panthers- Joe Jackson, EDGE, Miami

  26. New England Patriots (from Bears)- Christian Wilkins, IDL, Clemson

  27. Los Angeles Chargers- Alaric Jackson, OT, Iowa

  28. New England Patriots- Taylor Rapp, S, Washington

  29. Pittsburgh Steelers- Kendall Joseph, LB, Clemson

  30. New Orleans Saints- Kaden Smith, TE, Stanford

  31. Kansas City Chiefs- Isaiah Buggs, IDL, Alabama

  32. Kansas City Chiefs (from Rams)- Denzel Mims, WR, Baylor

Third Round

  1. San Francisco 49ers- Michael Jackson, CB, Miami

  2. Arizona Cardinals- Julian Love, CB, Notre Dame

  3. Oakland Raiders- Damien Harris, RB, Alabama

  4. New York Jets- Darrell Henderson Jr., RB, Memphis

  5. Buffalo Bills- Joshua Jacobs, RB, Alabama

  6. Jacksonville Jaguars- Caleb Wilson, TE, UCLA

  7. Tampa Bay Buccaneers- Jaquan Johnson, S, Miami

  8. Cleveland Browns- Myles Bryant, CB, Washington

  9. New England Patriots (from Lions)- Dexter Lawrence, IDL, Clemson

  10. Atlanta Falcons- Rashard Lawrence, IDL, LSU

  11. Denver Broncos- Scott Frantz, OT, Kansas State

  12. Detroit Lions (from Eagles)- Rock Ya-Sin, CB, Temple

  13. Green Bay Packers- Lukas Denis, S, Boston College

  14. Indianapolis Colts- Sheldrick Redwine, S, Miami

  15. Miami Dolphins- Michael Jordan, OL, Ohio State

  16. Dallas Cowboys- Dawson Knox, TE, Ole Miss

  17. Tennessee Titans- Oshane Ximines, EDGE, Old Dominion

  18. Seattle Seahawks- Bryan Edwards, WR, South Carolina

  19. Cincinnati Bengals- Irv Smith Jr., TE, Alabama

  20. Baltimore Ravens- Devin Singletary, RB, FAU

  21. Minnesota Vikings- Parris Campbell, WR, Ohio State

  22. Washington- Nate Herbig, OG, Stanford

  23. Houston Texans- Kaleb McGary, OT, Washington

  24. Carolina Panthers- Garrett Bradbury, C, NC State

  25. Chicago Bears- Tyree St. Louis, OT, Miami

  26. Los Angeles Chargers- Troy Dye, LB, Oregon

  27. Cleveland Browns (from Patriots)- Dre’Mont Jones, IDL, Ohio State

  28. Pittsburgh Steelers- Anfernee Jennings, EDGE, Alabama

  29. New York Jets (from Saints)- Jalen Jelks, EDGE, Oregon

  30. Kansas City Chiefs- Elijah Holyfield, RB, Georgia

  31. Jacksonville Jaguars (from Rams)- Myles Gaskin, RB, Washington

  32. *Washington- Evan Worthington, S, Colorado

  33. *Los Angeles Rams- Derrick Brown, IDL, Auburn

  34. *New England Patriots- Bobby Okereke, LB, Stanford

  35. *Carolina Panthers- Jawaan Taylor, OT, Florida

  36. *Los Angeles Rams- Ben Banogu, EDGE, TCU

  37. *New England Patriots- Anthony Johnson, WR, Buffalo

Fourth Round

  1. San Francisco 49ers- Brandon Jones, S, Texas

  2. Arizona Cardinals- Bobby Evans, OT, Oklahoma

  3. Oakland Raiders- Javaris Davis, CB, Auburn

  4. New York Jets- Calvin Throckmorton, OL, Oregon

  5. New York Giants- Elgton Jenkins, C, Mississippi State

  6. Buffalo Bills- Jace Sternberger, TE, Texas A&M

  7. Jacksonville Jaguars- Lavert Hill, CB, Michigan

  8. Tampa Bay Buccaneers- Anthony Nelson, EDGE, Iowa

  9. Cleveland Browns- Andre Dillard, OT, Washington State

  10. Detroit Lions- Renell Wren, IDL, Arizona State

  11. Atlanta Falcons- Easton Stick, QB, North Dakota State

  12. Denver Broncos- Darryl Williams, OG, Mississippi State

  13. Philadelphia Eagles- Germaine Pratt, LB, NC State

  14. Green Bay Packers- Maxx Crosby, EDGE, Eastern Michigan

  15. Indianapolis Colts- Kendall Sheffield, CB, Ohio State

  16. Miami Dolphins- Trayveon Williams, RB, Texas A&M

  17. Dallas Cowboys- Terry Beckner Jr., IDL, Missouri

  18. Tennessee Titans- Hjalte Froholdt, OG, Arkansas

  19. Seattle Seahawks- Nasir Adderley, S, Delaware

  20. Cincinnati Bengals- Ross Pierschbacher, OL, Alabama

  21. Baltimore Ravens- Jake Hanson, C, Oregon

  22. Minnesota Vikings- Will Grier, QB, West Virginia

  23. Green Bay Packers (from Washington)- Travis Homer, RB, Miami

  24. Denver Broncos (from Texans)- Marquise Copeland, IDL, Cincinnati

  25. Carolina Panthers- Benny Snell Jr., RB, Kentucky

  26. Chicago Bears- Jalen Young, DB, FAU

  27. Los Angeles Chargers- Drew Lock, QB, Missouri

  28. New England Patriots- Clifton Duck, CB, Appalachian State

  29. Pittsburgh Steelers- David Long, CB, Michigan

  30. New York Giants (from Saints)- Tuf Borland, LB, Ohio State

  31. Buffalo Bills (from Chiefs)- Hunter Renfrow, WR, Clemson

  32. Los Angeles Rams- Derrick Baity, CB, Kentucky

  33. *Baltimore Ravens- Christian Miller, EDGE, Alabama

  34. *Dallas Cowboys- Jabari Zuniga, EDGE, Florida

  35. *Indianapolis Colts- Joe Giles-Harris, LB, Duke

  36. *Philadelphia Eagles- Chandler Brewer, OG, Middle Tennessee State

  37. *Atlanta Falcons- Johnathan Abram, S, Mississippi State

Fifth Round

  1. Detroit Lions (from 49ers)- Jakobi Meyers, WR, NC State

  2. Arizona Cardinals- Ben Burr-Kirven, LB, Washington

  3. Buffalo Bills (from Raiders)- Malik Carney, EDGE, North Carolina

  4. New York Jets- Tyre Brady, WR, Marshall

  5. New York Giants- Andy Isabella, WR, UMASS

  6. Buffalo Bills- Tariq Cole, OL, Rutgers

  7. Cleveland Browns (from Jaguars)- Jamal Peters, CB, Mississippi State

  8. Tampa Bay Buccaneers- Justice Hill, RB, Oklahoma State

  9. Cleveland Browns- Lil’Jordan Humphrey, WR, Texas

  10. New York Giants (from Lions)- Jonathan Ledbetter, IDL, Georgia

  11. Atlanta Falcons- Wes Martin, OG, Indiana

  12. Denver Broncos- Jonathan Crawford, S, Indiana

  13. Philadelphia Eagles- Tyree Jackson, QB, Buffalo

  14. Green Bay Packers- Isaiah Prince, OT, Ohio State

  15. Indianapolis Colts- Olamide Zaccheaus, WR, Virginia

  16. Miami Dolphins- Gardner Minshew, QB, Washington State

  17. Dallas Cowboys- Anthony Ratliff-Williams, WR, North Carolina

  18. Tennessee Titans- David Sills, WR, West Virginia

  19. Seattle Seahawks- Chauncey Gardner-Johnson, DB, Florida

  20. Cincinnati Bengals- Jarrett Stidham, QB, Auburn

  21. Baltimore Ravens- Stanley Morgan Jr., WR, Nebraska

  22. Denver Broncos (from Vikings)- Tyler Johnson, WR, Minnesota

  23. Washington- Dre Greenlaw, LB, Arkansas

  24. Houston Texans- Darnell Savage Jr., DB, Maryland

  25. Carolina Panthers- Dakota Allen, LB, Texas Tech

  26. Chicago Bears- Miles Sanders, RB, Penn State

  27. Los Angeles Chargers- TJ Vasher, WR, Texas Tech

  28. Cleveland Browns (from Patriots)- KJ Costello, QB, Stanford

  29. Oakland Raiders (from Steelers)- Albert Okwuegbunam, TE, Missouri

  30. New Orleans Saints- Camryn Bynum, CB, California

  31. Kansas City Chiefs- Javon Patterson, OG, Ole Miss

  32. Los Angeles Rams- Prince Yega Wanogho, OT, Auburn

  33. *Washington- Preston Williams, WR, Colorado State

  34. *Atlanta Falcons- Charles Omenihu, DL, Texas

  35. *Detroit Lions- Cameron Smith, LB, USC

Sixth Round

  1. San Francisco 49ers- Gary Johnson, LB, Texas

  2. Arizona Cardinals- Garrett Brumfield, OG, LSU

  3. Pittsburgh Steelers (from Raiders)- Joe Bachie, LB, Michigan State

  4. New Orleans Saints (from Jets)- Diontae Johnson, WR, Toledo

  5. New York Giants- Andrew Wingard, S, Wyoming

  6. Buffalo Bills- Iman Marshall, CB, USC

  7. Jacksonville Jaguars- Jesse Burkett, C, Stanford

  8. Tampa Bay Buccaneers- Khalil Hodge, LB, Buffalo

  9. Cleveland Browns- JR Reed, S, Georgia

  10. Detroit Lions- Ryan Finley, QB, NC State

  11. Atlanta Falcons- Qadree Ollison, RB, Pittsburgh

  12. Denver Broncos- Byron Cowart, DL, Maryland

  13. Philadelphia Eagles- Adam Holtorf, C, Kansas State

  14. Green Bay Packers- D’Cota Dixon, S, Wisconsin

  15. Indianapolis Colts- Ricky Walker, IDL, Virginia Tech

  16. Miami Dolphins- Ryan Anderson, C, Wake Forest

  17. Cincinnati Bengals (from Cowboys)- Chase Hansen, LB, Utah

  18. Baltimore Ravens (from Titans)- Myles Dorn, S, North Carolina

  19. Green Bay Packers (from Seahawks)- Ty Summers, LB, TCU

  20. Cincinnati Bengals- Cody Thompson, WR, Toledo

  21. Baltimore Ravens- Mitch Hyatt, OL, Clemson

  22. Minnesota Vikings- Shaq Quarterman, LB, Miami

  23. Houston Texans- Nathan Stanley, QB, Iowa

  24. Carolina Panthers- Shareef Miller, EDGE, Penn State

  25. Oakland Raiders (from Bears)- Martez Ivey, OL, Florida

  26. Los Angeles Chargers- Mike Edwards, S, Kentucky

  27. Detroit Lions (from Patriots)- Ugo Amadi, DB, Oregon

  28. Pittsburgh Steelers- Isaac Nauta, TE, Georgia

  29. New Orleans Saints- Matt Colburn II, RB, Wake Forest

  30. Kansas City Chiefs- Bryce Love, RB, Stanford

  31. Los Angeles Rams- Cole Holcomb, LB, North Carolina

  32. *Cincinnati Bengals- Garrett Davis, S, Houston

  33. *Minnesota Vikings- Karan Higdon, RB, Michigan

  34. *Washington- Jalen Hurd, WR, Baylor

  35. *New England Patriots- Jordan Fuller, S, Ohio State

  36. *Cincinnati Bengals- Larry Allen Jr., OG, Harvard

  37. *Philadelphia Eagles- Robert Landers, IDL, Ohio State

  38. *Washington- Ryquell Armstead, RB, Temple

  39. *Cincinnati Bengals- Youhanna Ghaifan, IDL, Wyoming

  40. *Carolina Panthers- Kingsley Keke, IDL, Texas A&M

  41. *Philadelphia Eagles- Delvon Randall, S, Temple

  42. *Kansas City Chiefs- D’Andre Walker, EDGE, Georgia

Seventh Round

  1. Kansas City Chiefs (from 49ers)- Clayton Thorson, QB, Northwestern

  2. Arizona Cardinals- Terrill Hanks, LB, New Mexico State

  3. Oakland Raiders- Montre Hartage, CB, Northwestern

  4. New York Jets- CeCe Jefferson, EDGE, Florida

  5. Denver Broncos (from Giants)- Essang Bassey, CB, Wake Forest

  6. Buffalo Bills- Emanuel Hall, WR, Missouri

  7. Cleveland Browns (from Jaguars)- Nick Brossette, RB, LSU

  8. Pittsburgh Steelers (from Buccaneers)- Jeremy McDuffie, DB, Duke

  9. Miami Dolphins (from Browns)- Calvin Anderson, OT, Texas

  10. Detroit Lions- Bradlee Anae, EDGE, Utah

  11. Atlanta Falcons- Nick Harris, C, Washington

  12. Houston Texans (from Broncos)- Colton Jackson, OT, Arkansas

  13. New England Patriots (from Eagles)- Porter Gustin, EDGE, USC

  14. Green Bay Packers- Mitchell Wilcox, TE, South Florida

  15. Indianapolis Colts- Jaylon Ferguson, EDGE, Louisiana Tech

  16. Detroit Lions (from Dolphins)- Miles Boykin, WR, Notre Dame

  17. Dallas Cowboys- David Beedle, OG, Michigan State

  18. Tennessee Titans- Jaqcues Patrick, RB, Florida State

  19. Seattle Seahawks- Te’Von Coney, LB, Notre Dame

  20. Cincinnati Bengals- Carl Granderson, EDGE, Wyoming

  21. Jacksonville Jaguars (from Ravens)- Max Scharping, OT, Northern Illinois

  22. New York Giants (from Vikings)- KeeSean Johnson, WR, Fresno State

  23. Washington- Julian Blackmon, CB, Utah

  24. Philadelphia Eagles (from Broncos via Texans)- Landis Durham, EDGE, Texas A&M

  25. Buffalo Bills (from Panthers)- Ty Johnson, RB, Maryland

  26. Chicago Bears- Alex Bars, OG, Notre Dame

  27. Los Angeles Chargers- Lamont Gaillard, C, Georgia

  28. New England Patriots- Jordan Ta’amu, QB, Ole Miss

  29. Cleveland Browns (from Steelers)- Greg Gaines, IDL, Washington

  30. New Orleans Saints- Daylon Mack, IDL, Texas A&M

  31. San Francisco 49ers (from Chiefs)- Azeez Al-Shaair, LB, FAU

  32. New York Giants (from Rams)- Markus Bailey, LB, Purdue

  33. *Minnesota Vikings- Emmanuel Butler, WR, Northern Arizona

  34. *New England Patriots- Mike Weber, RB, Ohio State

  35. *Arizona Cardinals- Daniel Cooney, OT, San Diego

  36. *Los Angeles Chargers- Chuma Edoga, OT, USC

  37. *Minnesota Vikings- Ben Powers, OG, Oklahoma

  38. *Los Angeles Rams- Dontavius Russell, IDL, Auburn

*=Projected Compensatory Picks

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Vice President of Media | The Armchair All-Americans, LLC
I’m Canadian as can be, other than the fact that I don’t care about hockey. I love football. The NFL is my life. I consider myself a football guy and I’d rather watch tape than anything else. I’m the Armchair NFL Draft analyst here. You can read my Armchair Scout columns and call me out for my draft misses. I’m also part of two podcasts at Armchair. Our NFL Draft podcast, 7 Rounds in Heaven, and the main NFL pod, Resting the Starters. I cheer for the Steelers, Raptors, Blue Jays, Oregon, and I guess the Leafs.
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Vice President of Media | The Armchair All-Americans, LLC
I’m Canadian as can be, other than the fact that I don’t care about hockey. I love football. The NFL is my life. I consider myself a football guy and I’d rather watch tape than anything else. I’m the Armchair NFL Draft analyst here. You can read my Armchair Scout columns and call me out for my draft misses. I’m also part of two podcasts at Armchair. Our NFL Draft podcast, 7 Rounds in Heaven, and the main NFL pod, Resting the Starters. I cheer for the Steelers, Raptors, Blue Jays, Oregon, and I guess the Leafs.

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