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We are 23 days away, until Round 1 of the 2021 NFL Draft kicks off. I still remember watching last year’s Draft, and saying to myself “I gotta wait a whole year until next year’s Draft”. Turns out, it got here pretty quick. If you really think about it, the pandemic leveled the playing field for all 32 teams, which makes it even more interesting, than it already is. Their will be changes in my final Mock, which will be revealed the day before the Draft, but as of now, here is how I see the entire Draft playing out. I hope you enjoy!
*indicates compensatory selection
- Jacksonville = Trevor Lawrence (Jr) QB – Clemson
- If you really thought Trevor Lawrence was going to come back, I’m not sure what you were thinking. This Jaguars team, was in the AFC Championship Game just 3 years ago. Goes to show you, how fast things change in the NFL. Lawrence checks virtually almost every box imaginable, for a Quartberback. Lawrence becomes the new face of the franchise in Jacksonville.
2. New York Jets = Zach Wilson (Jr) QB – BYU
- I bet you don’t even know what BYU stands for. If this was me, I would take Justin Fields. But ultimately when doing Mock Drafts, you have to put your bias aside. The word around the league, is that the Jets love Wilson. The Jets hit the reset button, and select Wilson.
3. San Francisco (from Houston via Miami) = Justin Fields (Jr) QB – Ohio State
- The 49ers said their still going to keep Jimmy Garoppolo, but the question is, will he be the starter next season? I really think that he was fine under centre, and trading up for a Quarterback wasn’t necessary. I mean, he did take them to the Super Bowl a year ago. Fields has some work to do with his processing speed, and I expect him to get better in that area. Stylistically, you can build any kind of Offense you want around Fields. Fields should be one of the best Quarterbacks in the league, for a long time.
4. Atlanta = Trey Lance (RSo) QB – North Dakota State
- Matt Ryan will be 36 in May, and the Falcons have a perfect opportunity to land his heir apparent here. Lance would be a nice fit, in new Head Coach Arthur Smith’s Offense. He might need a year to get acclimated to the NFL, but is upside is through the roof.
5. Cincinnati = Penei Sewell (Jr) OT – Oregon
- Ja’Marr Chase would be cool, but protecting Joe Burrow, is more important. The fact that he tore his ACL and MCL last season, makes it even more evident, that he needs to be better protected. Sewell is the best Tackle in this Draft, and might be the best to come out the last 10 years. He would help Burrow upright.
6. Miami (from Philadelphia) = DeVonta Smith (Sr) WR – Alabama
- I really thought the Dolphins, should have let Tua sit the entire year, to let him fully recover from that devastating injury he suffered in College. Adding a human highlight reel like Smith, who of course already has a rapport with the former Alabama star, would go a long way in Tua’s development. Perfect fit.
7. Detroit = Ja’Marr Chase (Jr) WR – LSU
- Kenny Golladay and Marvin Jones, are both out the door, which means the Lions desperately need a WR. Chase didn’t have much left to prove, by going back to School for another year. Chase will be a star, once his cleats hit an NFL field.
8. Carolina = Kyle Pitts (Jr) TE – Florida
- This could very well be Mac Jones. With the top 4 Quarterbacks off the board, the Panthers wait until 2022 to find their next franchise Quarterback. Pitts is literally a Power Forward playing Tight End, and would make an immediate impact. It’s hard to find a better looking athlete at the position.
9. Denver = Patrick Surtain II (Jr) CB – Alabama
- You just can’t give up on Drew Lock yet. He’s shown glimpses, that he can be a starting Quarterback in this league. Vic Fangio is a Defensive Minded Coach, and that is where I see him going with this pick. The Broncos need a Corner, and Surtain is the best in this class. He would give that secondary a much-needed boost.
10. Dallas = Caleb Farley (RJr) CB – Virginia Tech
- The Cowboys surrendered 34 Passing Touchdowns last season, a number that must shrink dramatically next season, in order for them to have success. Chidobe Awuzie is gone, and Anthony Brown is better in the Slot. Farley would step in right away, and help anchor that Secondary. Farley and Trevon Diggs, would form one of the best young CB duos in the NFL.
11. New York Giants = Gregory Rousseau (RSo) EDGE – Miami
- I would have given the Giants Jaylen Waddle, but they just signed Kenny Golladay. Dexter Lawrence would fit better along the interior, and they can let Rousseau rush from the Edge. Rousseau is a mountain of a pass rusher, and is just scratching the surface of his potential. The sky’s the limit for him.
12. Philadelphia (from San Francisco via Miami) = Jaylen Waddle (Jr) WR – Alabama
- I think the Eagles did good moving down, and acquiring a first round pick for next year. Jalen Reagor was a disappointment last year, but you don’t give up on him just yet. He could use somebody across from him. Waddle possesses the elite speed that so many teams covet, which will open up space underneath him for his peers.
13. Los Angeles Chargers = Rashawn Slater (Sr) OT/G – Northwestern
- Protecting Justin Herbert, needs to be the main focus for the Chargers this offseason. When he’s protected good things happen. Slater lacks length for an NFL Tackle, but he might still be able to hold up their. If not, he can slide inside to Guard. Whether at Tackle, or Guard, he will carve out a nice career.
14. Minnesota = Kwity Paye (Sr) EDGE – Michigan
- I wouldn’t be surprised at all, if Mac Jones is the pick here. Yannick Ngakoue is out the door, and a replacement is needed. Paye is a little raw, but the right coaching staff can unlock his true potential. Paye’s best Football might still be ahead of him.
15. New England = Micah Parsons (Jr) LB – Penn State
- Here’s another team, that could possibly draft Mac Jones. I’m even in shock, how the best Linebacker in this Draft, fell all the way to 15. Their are some off the field concerns with Parsons, but he’s too good to pass up. Parsons becomes the new signal caller on the Pats Defense.
16. Arizona = Jaycee Horn (Jr) CB – South Carolina
- Even if Patrick Peterson was still their, another Corner opposite him was needed. Horn brings a nice blend of length, fluid athleticism, and confidence, that would be welcomed with open arms in Arizona.
17. Las Vegas = Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah (RJr) LB – Notre Dame
- The Raiders desperately need an off the ball Linebacker, to solidify their Defense. Owusu-Koramoah would be the new signal caller on that Defense, and would make an immediate impact. Awesome fit.
18. Miami = Najee Harris (Sr) RB – Alabama
- Selecting Harris, would not only give the Dolphins a strong running game, it would help take pressure off of Tua, and it will give him a better chance of having success through the air. Tua, Harris, and Smith, would be lethal together, just like they were in Tuscaloosa. This is one of the best fits in the entire Draft.
19. Washington Football Team = Christian Darrisaw (Jr) OT – Virginia Tech
- Whoever is under centre in Washington next season, they will need to be better protected. Darrisaw can be plugged in right away at LT, and would help keep his Quarterback upright.
20. Chicago = Mac Jones (RJr) QB – Alabama
- Andy Dalton is the pressumed starter this season, but we all know he’s not the long term answer. The Bears end Jones’ slide, to be their new franchise signal caller.
21. Indianapolis = Jaelan Phillips (RJr) EDGE – Miami
- After 2 underwhelming years at UCLA, most gave up on Jaelan Phillips. I was one of the ones that didn’t, and knew he would show everyone why he was the #1 overall recruit coming out of High School in 2017, even ahead of Chase Young. That’s saying something. Phillips should start right away, and make an immediate impact. He very well might become the best pass rusher of this Draft.
22. Tennessee = Christian Barmore (RSo) DT – Alabama
- Jeffery Simmons is starting to come into his own, and he could use another running mate along that Defensive Line. Barmore was one of the most disruptive players in all of College Football last year, and played a key part in Alabama’s national champion Defense. Him and Simmons would cause havoc, and would create more opportunities for Bud Dupree, and Harold Landry.
23. New York Jets (from Seattle) = Rashod Bateman (Jr) WR – Minnesota
- Denzel Mims was a bit of a disappointment last season, but you can’t give up on him yet. Another WR is needed opposite him. Bateman didn’t have a great final season at Minnesota, but he’s still one of the top WR’s in this Draft.
24. Pittsburgh = Teven Jenkins (RSr) OT – Oklahoma State
- Alejandro Villanueva is gone, and a replacement is needed. Okorafor can be moved to the left side, and they can let Jenkins handle the right side, where he mostly played in Stillwater.
25. Jacksonville (from Los Angeles Rams) = Alijah Vera-Tucker (RJr) OT/G – USC
- The Jaguars just selected a generational talent in Trevor Lawrence, so what happens now? You protect him! Vera-Tucker has experience at Tackle and Guard, but I see him as a Guard in the NFL, due to his arm length. He would help keep Lawrence upright.
26. Cleveland = Azeez Ojulari (RSo) EDGE – Georgia
- This Browns team is just a few pieces away, from reaching the Super Bowl. Myles Garrett has needs a running mate, across from him. He gets it here, with the selection of Ojulari.
27. Baltimore = Terrace Marshall Jr. (Jr) WR – LSU
- Overall, Marquise Brown hasn’t lived up to his first round billing. You don’t give up on him yet, but the Ravens could use another WR opposite him. Marshall was leading the nation in Touchdown receptions 2 years ago before he got hurt, and hasn’t been getting much love from the Draft world. Marshall would make this Ravens Offense, even more lethal than it already is.
28. New Orleans = Zaven Collins (RJr) LB – Tulsa
- Demario Davis is aging, and more help is needed on the 2nd level of the Saints Defense. Collins the reigning Bednarik and Nagurski Award winner, as the best Defensive Player in the Country, would give that Saints Linebacker core a much-needed boost.
29. Green Bay = Jayson Oweh (RSo) EDGE – Penn State
- Many think the Packers should draft a WR here, but they haven’t drafted a WR in the 1st Round since Javon Walker in 2002, and I see that trend continuing. The Packers can use another guy off the edge. Oweh disappointed production wise last season, as he failed to record a sack, but their is untapped potential that has yet to be unlocked. It will take the right coaching staff to unlock Oweh’s potential.
30. Buffalo = Travis Etienne (Sr) RB – Clemson
- This Bills team shocked the world, and made it all the way to the AFC Championship Game. Their Offense is lacking a true 3 down back. Etienne would give the Bills a stable run game, and would help take presure off of Josh Allen, allowing him to have more success through the air.
31. Kansas City = Samuel Cosmi (RJr) OT – Texas
- Eric Fisher, and Mitchell Schwartz are both out the door, and help is needed. Cosmi can step in and start right away on the left side, protecting Patrick Mahomes’ blind side.
32. Tampa Bay = Joseph Ossai (Jr) EDGE – Texas
- The Super Bowl champs, don’t have many needs. I wouldn’t be surprised if they trade out of this spot, to garner extra picks. Ndamukong Suh only signed a 1 year contract, and William Gholston can be upgraded. Ossai is a little raw, but the traits are their for him to be a productive player.
33. Jacksonville = Alex Leatherwood (Sr) OT – Alabama
- Leatherwood would help keep Lawrence upright.
34. New York Jets = Creed Humphrey (RJr) C – Oklahoma
- Humphrey would start right away, and help protect new franchise Quarterback Zach Wilson.
35. Atlanta = Trevon Moehrig (Jr) S – TCU
- The reigning Thorpe Award winner, would give that Falcons secondary a boost.
36. Miami (from Houston) = Wyatt Davis (RJr) G – Ohio State
- Davis would keep Tua upright, and will give him a better chance to do what he did at Alabama
37. Philadelphia = Greg Newsome II (Jr) CB – Northwestern
- Somebody opposite Darius Slay is needed, and Newsome would fill that void immediately
38. Cincinnati = Eric Stokes Jr. (RJr) CB – Georgia
- Stokes would be the teams new #1 Corner, and would help anchor that secondary.
39. Carolina = Kadarius Toney (Sr) WR – Florida
- Toney has some more work to do, in terms of being an outside WR, but he’s made impressive strides so far.
40. Denver = Dylan Moses (RJr) LB – Alabama
- I’ve always been high on Moses. The Broncos need a player like Moses in the middle of their Defense.
41. Detroit = Nick Bolton (Jr) LB – Missouri
- Bolton is a little undersized, but he’s an intelligent player, who does a nice job positioning himself to make plays
42. New York Giants = Jabril Cox (RSr) LB – LSU
- Cox played well in his lone season in Baton Rouge, and would be welcomed with open arms in New York
43. San Francisco = Asante Samuel Jr. (Jr) CB – Florida State
- The 49ers simple need Corner. Samuel might be able to hold up on the outside, if not, he will be a solid slot corner.
44. Dallas = Jalen Mayfield (RSo) OT – Michigan
- Tyron Smith missed most of last season, and La’el Collins missed the entire year. The Cowboys need insurance at Tackle.
45. Jacksonville (from Minnesota) = Pat Freiermuth (Jr) TE – Penn State
- Lawrence and Freiermuth, would be one of the leagues best QB-TE combos.
46. New England = Carlos Basham Jr. (RSr) EDGE – Wake Forest
- Basham’s versatility to be moved up and down the line, would fit right in with the Patriots Defense scheme.
47. Los Angeles Chargers = Tyson Campbell (Jr) CB – Georgia
- Casey Hayward is gone, and a replacement is needed. If Campbell can clean up some coverage deficiencies, he might be elite one day.
48. Las Vegas = Trey Smith (Sr) OT/G – Tennessee
- Smith’s strength and mean streak, will translate well to the pro game, and would help keep Derek Carr standing up.
49. Arizona = Javonte Williams (Jr) RB – North Carolina
- The Cardinals need a slasher of a back like Williams to complete their lethal Offense.
50. Miami = Jevon Holland (Jr) S – Oregon
- With Xavien Howard and Byron Jones on the Outside, Holland can work predominantly in the Slot, and can also see looks at Safety.
51. Washington = Jamin Davis (RJr) LB – Kentucky
- Washington needs a player like Davis in the middle of their Defense. Great fit.
52. Chicago = Joe Tryon (RJr) EDGE – Washington
- Robert Quinn underperformed last year, and is aging. Tryon would be a backup to start, but should take his spot soon enough.
53. Tennessee = Kelvin Joseph (RSo) CB – Kentucky
- Janoris Jenkins was signed, but he’s not the long term answer. Joseph was outstanding last season, and will make an immediate impact.
54. Indianapolis = Dillon Radunz (RSr) OT – North Dakota State
- Radunz would take the spot of the retired Anthony Castonzo, and would help protect Carson Wentz’s blind side.
55. Pittsburgh = Ifeatu Melifonwu (RJr) CB – Syracuse
- It seems like every year, the Steelers need Cornerback help. Melifonwu has tremoundous upside as a Corner.
56. Seattle = Liam Eichenberg (RSr) OT – Notre Dame
- It’s finally time to fix Seattle’s Offensive Line woes. Eichenberg would help anchor that line.
57. Los Angeles Rams = Jackson Carman (Jr) OT – Clemson
- Andrew Whitworth is nearing the end of impressive career. Carman would be his successor.
58. Baltimore = Quincy Roche (RSr) EDGE – Miami
- Roche can take the place of the departed Matthew Judon
59. Cleveland = Levi Onwuzurike (RSr) DT – Washington
- Onwuzurike, Garrett, and Ojulari would be tough to stop, game in and game out.
60. New Orleans = Richie Grant (RSr) S – UCF
- Malcolm Jenkins is aging, and isn’t the same player he used to be. Grant would rotate in, eventually taking over in the near future.
61. Buffalo = Patrick Jones II (RSr) EDGE – Pittsburgh
- Jerry Hughes and Mario Addison are getting older, and the Bills need an infusion of talent on the edge. Jones would fit in nice.
62. Green Bay = Chazz Surratt (RSr) LB – North Carolina
- The Packers need another LB. Surratt the former Quarterback, is still learning the nuances of the position, and offers nice upside.
63. Kansas City = Elijah Molden (Sr) CB – Washington
- The Chiefs need another CB. Molden mostly played Nickel during his time at Washington, and that’s where I see him playing in the NFL.
64. Tampa Bay = Michael Carter (Sr) RB – North Carolina
- Leonard Fournette did resign, but it was only a 1 year deal. Carter and Ronald Jones, would form a nice RB tandem.
65. Jacksonville = Elijah Moore (Jr) WR – Ole Miss
66. New York Jets = Trey Sermon (Sr) RB – Ohio State
67. Houston = Shaun Wade (RJr) DB – Ohio State
68. Atlanta = Elerson Smith (RSr) EDGE – Northern Iowa
69. Cincinnati = Tylan Wallace (Sr) WR – Oklahoma State
70. Philadelphia = Baron Browning (Sr) LB – Ohio State
71. Denver = Marvin Wilson (Sr) DT – Florida State
72. Detroit = Andre Cisco (Jr) S – Syracuse
73. Carolina = Kyle Trask (RSr) QB – Florida
74. Washington (from Minnesota) = Rondale Moore (RSo) WR – Purdue
75. Dallas = Brevin Jordan (Jr) TE – Miami
76. New York Giants = Hamsah Nasirildeen (Sr) S – Florida State
77. Los Angeles Chargers = Landon Dickerson (RSr) IOL – Alabama
78. Minnesota = Cameron McGrone (RSo) LB – Michigan
79. Las Vegas (from Arizona) = Ar’Darius Washington (RSo) S – TCU
80. Las Vegas = Dyami Brown (Jr) WR – North Carolina
81. Miami = Daviyon Nixon (RJr) DT – Iowa
82. Washington = Josh Myers (RJr) IOL – Ohio State
83. Chicago = Amon-Ra St. Brown (Jr) WR – USC
84. Philadelphia (from Indianapolis) = Richard LeCounte III (Sr) S – Georgia
85. Tennessee = Amari Rodgers (Sr) WR – Clemson
86. New York Jets (from Seattle) = Aaron Robinson (RSr) CB – UCF
87. Pittsburgh = Chuba Hubbard (RJr) RB – Oklahoma State
88. Los Angeles Rams = Shaka Toney (RSr) EDGE – Penn State
89. Cleveland = Nico Collins (Sr) WR – Michigan
90. Minnesota (from Baltimore) = Talanoa Hufanga (Jr) S – USC
91. Cleveland (from New Orleans) = Paulson Adebo (RJr) CB – Stanford
92. Green Bay = Chatarius “Tutu” Atwell (Jr) WR – Louisville
93. Buffalo = D’Wayne Eskridge (RSr) WR – Western Michigan
94. Kansas City = Monty Rice (Sr) LB – Georgia
95. Tampa Bay = Jay Tufele (RJr) DT – USC
*96. New England = Keith Taylor Jr. (Sr) CB – Washington
*97. Los Angeles Chargers = Sage Surratt (RJr) WR – Wake Forest
*98. New Orleans = Ronnie Perkins (Jr) EDGE – Oklahoma
*99. Dallas = Pete Werner (Sr) LB – Ohio State
*100. Tennessee = Spencer Brown (RSr) OT – Northern Iowa
*101. Detroit (from Los Angeles Rams) = Tommy Togiai (Jr) DT – Ohio State
*102. San Francisco = Caden Sterns (Jr) S – Texas
*103. Los Angeles Rams = Justin Hilliard (RSr) LB – Ohio State
*104. Baltimore = Alim McNeil (Jr) DT – NC State
*105. New Orleans = Seth Williams (Jr) WR – Auburn
106. Jacksonville = Jaylen Twyman (RJr) DT – Pittsburgh
107. New York Jets = Rashad Weaver (RSr) EDGE – Pittsburgh
108. Atlanta = Rhamondre Stevenson (Sr) RB – Oklahoma
109. Houston = Cornell Powell (RSr) WR – Clemson
110. Cleveland (from Philadelphia) = Quinn Meinerz (Sr) IOL – Wisconsin-Whitewater (D3)
111. Cincinnati = Hunter Long (RJr) TE – Boston College
112. Detroit = Jordan Smith (RJr) EDGE – UAB
113. Carolina = James Hudson (RJr) OT – Cincinnati
114. Denver = Walker Little (RJr) OT – Stanford
115. Dallas = Marlon Tuipulotu (RJr) DT – USC
116. New York Giants = Tommy Tremble (RSo) TE – Notre Dame
117. San Francisco = Ben Cleveland (RSr) G – Georgia
118. Los Angeles Chargers = Kenneth Gainwell (RSo) RB – Memphis
119. Minnesota = D’Ante Smith (RSr) OT – East Carolina
120. New England = Anthony Schwartz (Jr) WR – Auburn
121. Las Vegas (from Miami) = Brady Christensen (RJr) OT – BYU
122. New England (from Arizona via Houston) = JaCoby Stevens (Sr) LB/S – LSU
123. Philadelphia (from Miami) = Payton Turner (Sr) EDGE – Houston
124. Washington = Kellen Mond (Sr) QB – Texas A&M
125. Minnesota (from Chicago) = Davis Mills (RJr) QB – Stanford
126. Tennessee = Kenny Yeboah (RSr) TE – Ole Miss
127. Indianapolis = Kary Vincent Jr. (Sr) DB – LSU
128. Pittsburgh = Deonte Brown (RSr) G – Alabama
129. Seattle = Israel Mukuamu (Jr) CB – South Carolina
130. Jacksonville (from Los Angeles Rams) = Ambry Thomas (Sr) CB – Michigan
131. Baltimore = Adrian Ealy (RJr) OT – Oklahoma
132. Cleveland = Charles Snowden (Sr) LB – Virginia
133. New Orleans = Marco Wilson (RJr) CB – Florida
134. Minnesota (from Buffalo) = Aaron Banks (RJr) G – Notre Dame
135. Green Bay = Rodarius Williams (RSr) CB – Oklahoma State
136. Kansas City = Hamilcar Rashed Jr. (RSr) EDGE – Oregon State
137. Tampa Bay = Jamie Newman (RSr) QB – Wake Forest/Georgia
*138. Dallas = Jamar Johnson (Jr) S – Indiana
*139. New England = Milton Williams (RJr) DT – Louisiana Tech
*140. Pittsburgh = Tyler Shelvin (RJr) DT – LSU
*141. Los Angeles Rams = Trey Hill (Jr) IOL – Georgia
*142. Green Bay = Robert Hainsey (Sr) OT/G – Notre Dame
*143. Minnesota = Osa Odighizuwa (RSr) DT – UCLA
*144. Kansas City = Demetric Felton (RSr) RB/WR – UCLA
145. Jacksonville = Frank Darby (RSr) WR – Arizona State
146. New York Jets = Alaric Jackson (RSr) OT – Iowa
147. Houston = Janarius Robinson (RSr) EDGE – Florida State
148. Atlanta = Darius Stills (Sr) DT – West Virginia
149. Cincinnati = Jack Anderson (RJr) G – Texas Tech
150. Philadelphia = Tuf Borland (RSr) LB – Ohio State
151. Carolina = Tony Fields II (Sr) LB – West Virginia
152. Denver = Sam Ehlinger (Sr) QB – Texas
153. Detroit = Dazz Newsome (Sr) WR – North Carolina
154. New York Jets = Tre’ McKitty (Sr) TE – Georgia
155. San Francisco = Jonathon Cooper (RSr) EDGE – Ohio State
156. Miami (from Dallas via Philadelphia) = K.J. Britt (Sr) LB – Auburn
157. Minnesota = Dez Fitzpatrick (RSr) WR – Louisville
158. Houston (from New England) = Ta’Quan Graham (Sr) DL – Texas
159. Los Angeles Chargers = Malik Herring (Sr) EDGE – Georgia
160. Arizona = Marlon Williams (Sr) WR – UCF
161. Buffalo (from Las Vegas) = Tommy Kraemer (RSr) OT/G – Notre Dame
162. Las Vegas (from Miami) = Tedarrell Slaton (Sr) DT – Florida
163. Washington = Paris Ford (RJr) S – Pittsburgh
164. Chicago = Jaylon Moore (RSr) OT – Western Michigan
165. Indianapolis = Shi Smith (Sr) WR – South Carolina
166. Tennessee = Victor Dimukeje (Sr) EDGE – Duke
167. Las Vegas (from Seattle) = Kylin Hill (Sr) RB – Mississippi State
168. Minnesota (from Pittsburgh via Baltimore) = Olaijah Griffin (Jr) CB – USC
169. Cleveland (from Los Angeles Rams) = Tariq Thompson (Sr) S – San Diego State
170. Jacksonville (from Cleveland) = Dayo Odeyingbo (Sr) EDGE – Vanderbilt
171. Baltimore = Joshua Bledsoe (Sr) S – Missouri
172. San Francisco (from New Orleans) = Josh Palmer (Sr) WR – Tennessee
173. Green Bay = Mustafa Johnson (Sr) DL – Colorado
174. Buffalo = Ernest Jones (Jr) LB – South Carolina
175. Kansas City = David Moore (RSr) G – Grambling State
176. Tampa Bay = Simi Fehoko (RSo) WR – Stanford
*177. New England = Jaret Patterson (Jr) RB – Buffalo
*178. Green Bay = Drake Jackson (RSr) C – Kentucky
*179. Dallas = Chris Rumph II (RJr) EDGE – Duke
*180. San Francisco = Stone Forsythe (RSr) OT – Florida
*181. Kansas City = Bobby Brown III (Jr) DT – Texas A&M
*182. Atlanta = Benjamin St-Juste (RJr) CB – Minnesota
*183. Atlanta = Tyler Vaughns (RSr) WR – USC
*184. Baltimore = Deommodore Lenoir (Sr) CB – Oregon
185. Los Angeles Chargers (from Jax via Ten) = Adetokunbo Ogundeji (RSr) EDGE – Notre Dame
186. New York Jets (from NY Jets via New England) = Derrick Barnes (Sr) LB – Purdue
187. Atlanta = Dan Moore Jr. (Sr) OT – Texas A&M
188. New England (from Houston) = Royce Newman (RSr) OT/G – Ole Miss
189. Philadelphia = Jimmy Morrissey (RSr) C – Pittsburgh
190. Cincinnati = Divine Deablo (RSr) S – Virginia Tech
191. Denver = Tarron Jackson (RSr) EDGE – Coastal Carolina
192. Dallas (from Detroit) = Tre Brown (Sr) CB – Oklahoma
193. Carolina = Shawn Davis (Sr) S – Florida
194. San Francisco = Garrett Wallow (Sr) LB – TCU
195. Houston (from Dallas via New England) = Kendrick Green (RJr) IOL – Illinois
196. New York Giants = Khalil Herbert (RSr) RB – Virginia Tech
197. New England = Sadarius Hutcherson (RSr) OT/G – South Carolina
198. Los Angeles Chargers = Paddy Fisher (RSr) LB – Northwestern
199. Minnesota = John Bates (RSr) TE – Boise State
200. Las Vegas = Daelin Hayes (RSr) EDGE – Notre Dame
201. New York Giants (from Arizona) = Thomas Graham Jr. (Sr) CB – Oregon
202. Cincinnati (from Miami via Houston) = Cameron Sample (Sr) EDGE – Tulane
203. Houston (from Washington via Las Vegas and Miami) = Noah Gray (Sr) TE – Duke
204. Chicago = Trill Williams (Jr) CB – Syracuse
205. Tennessee = Ian Book (RSr) QB – Notre Dame
206. Indianapolis = Khyiris Tonga (Sr) DT – BYU
207. Kansas City (from Pittsburgh via Miami) = Camryn Bynum (RSr) CB – California
208. Chicago = Buddy Johnson (Sr) LB – Texas A&M
209. Los Angeles Rams = Skakur Brown (RJr) CB – Michigan State
210. Baltimore = Grant Stuard (Sr) LB – Houston
211. Cleveland = Naquan Jones (RSr) DT – Michigan State
212. Houston (from New Orleans) = Drew Himmelman (RSr) OT – Illinois State
213. Buffalo = Tre Norwood (RJr) CB – Oklahoma
214. Green Bay = Jermar Jefferson (Jr) RB – Oregon State
215. Tennessee (from Kansas City) = D.J. Daniel (Sr) CB – Georgia
216. Pittsburgh (from Tampa Bay) = Wyatt Hubert (RJr) EDGE – Kansas State
*217. Tampa Bay = Robert Jones (Sr) OT/G – Middle Tennessee State
*218. New Orleans = Brenden Jaimes (Sr) OT – Nebraska
*219. Atlanta = Riley Cole (RSr) LB – South Alabama
*220. Green Bay = Damar Hamlin (RSr) S – Pittsburgh
*221. Chicago = Drew Dalman (RJr) IOL – Stanford
*222. Carolina = Pooka Williams (Jr) RB – Kansas
*223. Arizona = Quintin Morris (Sr) TE – Bowling Green
*224. Philadelphia = Cole Van Lanen (RSr) OT/G – Wisconsin
*225. Philadelphia = Rakeem Boyd (RSr) RB – Arkansas
*226. Carolina = Robert Rochell (RSr) CB – Central Arkansas
*227. Dallas = Feleipe Franks (RSr) QB – Arkansas
*228. Chicago = Carlo Kemp (RSr) DT – Michigan