Pupo’s Mock Draft 2.0 – 7 Rounds

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We are 7 days away, until the 2022 NFL Draft kicks off. 7 days, that’s it. Here’s my latest forecast, of how I see things playing out next week. I hope you enjoy!

*indicates compensatory selection

1. Jacksonville = Aidan Hutchinson (Sr) EDGE – Michigan

  • The Jags resigned Left Tackle Cam Robinson (I wasn’t fond of the move), and signed former Washington Guard Brandon Scherff. With those 2 signings, I think their gonna focus their attention to the defensive side of the ball, in particular edge rusher. Hutchinson would fit in nicely at DE in their 3-4 scheme. Hutchinson’s decision to return for his Senior year paid off handomsely, as he transformed from a mid to late first round pick, to now the top pick. What a difference a year makes.

2. Detroit = Kayvon Thibodeaux (Jr) EDGE – Oregon

  • Thibodeaux (my top player in the Draft) has been dinged this whole process, because of a lack of effort. Let’s not overthink things here. He was a lethal pass rusher in Eugene, and would give the Lions a much-needed boost at pass rush. Brad Holmes and Dan Campbell select back-to-back Ducks in the first round, reuniting Thibodeaux with Penei Sewell. He should be a star in no time.

3. Houston = Ikem Ekwonu (Jr) OT/G – North Carolina State

  • The Texans can go in a lot of different directions. Trading down accumulating more picks might be the best option to be fair, preparing them for the future. If they stay put, they can select the former Wolfpack stud. Laremy Tunsil’s future is up in the air, and even if he ends up staying in Houston, they can use someone opposite him. With a little refinement as a pass protector, there’s All-Pro potential.

4. New York Jets = Evan Neal (Jr) OT – Alabama

  • If the Jets don’t significantly approve, I don’t know if Robert Saleh and Joe Douglas, will be retained in 2023. This selection will help them keep their jobs. Zach Wilson can be better protected up front, and Neal would start from day 1 at Right Tackle. If Mekhi Becton struggles, Neal can be moved over to the left side. Neal is the best Tackle in this Class, and would help keep Wilson upright.

5. New York Giants = Ahmad “Sauce” Gardner (Jr) CB – Cincinnati

  • Taking a WR here, is a little bit of a reach. The Giants can use some help in the Secondary. James Bradberry had a down year, after earing a trip to the Pro Bowl in 2020. Adoree’ Jackson can be upgraded, so taking Gardner here makes total sense. Sauce never allowed a Touchdown during his time in Cincinnati, which is remarkable. He’s a true shut-down Corner, and figures to make his share of Pro Bowls.

6. Carolina = Kenny Pickett (RsSr) QB – Pittsburgh

  • From what it sounds like, the Panthers don’t view Sam Darnold as “the guy”. They tried to trade for Deshaun Watson, which speaks volumes. Pickett initally committed to Temple, when Matt Rhule was the Head Coach their, before flipping his commitment to Pittsburgh. I feel that’s the deciding factor here. Malik Willis will probably need time, before he gets on the field, and Matt Rhule can’t afford to wait. He will probably be gone, if the Panthers don’t improve. Pickett will help Rhule save his job. Pickett becomes the new face of the franchise in Carolina.

7. New York Giants (from Chicago) = Charles Cross (RsSo) OT – Mississippi State

  • This is a make-or-break year for Daniel Jones. He needs to be better protected, to give him a better chance of succeeding. Cross is arguably the best pass protector in this Draft, but does need work as a run blocker, with him playing in Mike Leach’s Air Raid Offense. Cross would start immediately at Right Tackle, and would help keep Jones upright.

8. Atlanta = Garrett Wilson (Jr) WR – Ohio State

  • Atlanta could go Malik Willis here, but with Arthur Smith having a good relationship with Marcus Mariota dating back to their days in Tennesee, I see them passing on one here. However, they could take one later in the Draft. Even before Calvin Ridley’s suspension, the Falcons needed WR help, and Wilson would provide immediate help. Wilson has the traits to be a dominant WR in this league.

9. Seattle (from Denver) = Travon Walker (Jr) DL – Georgia

  • As we speak, I think Seattle is the favourite to land Baker Mayfield, which is why I didn’t give them Malik Willis here. Seattle is thrilled that Walker slid right into their lap. They need help along the Defensive Line, and Walker would make an immediate impact. I’m not sure if he’s a true Edge guy, with his stiffness trying to bend the Edge. If not, slide him inside, where he can create havoc, game in and game out.

10. New York Jets (from Seattle) = Jameson Williams (Jr) WR – Alabama

  • Williams has been ahead of schedule in his rehab, from recovering from a torn ACL suffered in the National Championship Game. There’s been rumours of him being the first WR taken, but I can’t see it happening. 2nd year QB Zach Wilson could be poised for a breakout Sophomore year, if he’s throwing to a guy like Jameson Williams. If he was healthy, he might have broken John Ross’ 4.22 40 yard dash record. He just might be the fastest player in this Draft.

11. Washington = Kyle Hamilton (Jr) S – Notre Dame

  • I think everyone knows why Kyle Hamilton is sliding. Don’t worry about the time, he plays faster on tape. If he was eligible for last year’s Draft, he would have been the first Safety off the board, and would have been a 1st Round pick. Washington is thrilled that Hamilton slides to them, and makes him the new leader of the Defense. This is a really nice fit.

12. Minnesota = Derek Stingley Jr. (Jr) CB – LSU

  • Minnesota did resign Patrick Peterson, but they need to start thinking of the future. Stingley’s old DC Daronte Jones, is now the DB’s Coach in Minnesota, and that makes Stingley the selection. Did teams stay away from him after that remarkable True Freshman year? Did injuries play a factor in his play declining? Did Stingley just play out the clock until he was Draft eligible? These are all factors team will need to figure out. If he plays like he did in 2019, you just might be getting the best player in this years Draft.

13. Houston (from Cleveland) = Chris Olave (Sr) WR – Ohio State

  • If Houston wants Davis Mills to vastly improve this year, he needs more weapons around him. Olave helped his Draft stock, by returning for his Senior year. He’s my WR1, and has been since the start of the College Season, and his game translates well to the next level. He’s as smooth as they come in this Draft, and would give Davis Mills a true #1 WR.

14. Baltimore = Andrew Booth Jr. (Jr) CB – Clemson

  • Marlon Humphrey and Marcus Peters both suffered season injuries last year and more help is needed in the Secondary. Booth can work in the Slot, and then take over on the outside, if Marcus Peters isn’t retained in 2023.

15. Philadelphia (from Miami) = Drake London (Jr) WR – USC

  • I wouldn’t call Jalen Reagor a bust just yet. He can’t be relied on, and that prompts the Eagles to spend another first round pick on a WR. London is a jump ball specialist, who would pair with DeVonta Smith, to form one of the best young WR duos in the league.

16. New Orleans (from Philadelphia) = Treylon Burks (Jr) WR – Arkansas

  • The Saints moved up, because they fell their a few pieces away, from taking the next step. They just signed Jameis Winston to a 2 year deal, but Malik Willis isn’t out of the question here. But I see them going WR, a very talented one in Burks. Burks still has some work to do, in terms of route running, but he should be able to contribute right away. If he tweaks his game, he might end up being the best WR from this class.

17. Los Angeles Chargers = Trevor Penning (RsSr) OT – Northern Iowa

  • This was a tough one. The Chargers could go Jordan Davis, or even another WR here, but better protecting Justin Herbert trumps all. Penning would step in and start right away at RT, helping keep Herbert upright. Justin Herbert is somewhere smiling.

18. Philadelphia (from New Orleans) = Trent McDuffie (Jr) CB – Washington

  • It’s crucial that the Eagles hit on both their first round picks this year. The team has talent, just not enough yet to make a run. This pick will help that. McDuffie has been dinged this whole process due to his size, but he plays much bigger, and would give that Secondary a much-needed boost. I really like this fit.

19. New Orleans (from Philadelphia) = Bernhard Raimann (Sr) OT – Central Michigan

  • Malik Willis would be cool here, but they have other needs, including Tackle. Terron Armstead is out the door, and Raimann can step in and start right away for him. He’s a bit of an overaged prospect turning 25 in September, but he has the traits to be a solid starting Tackle in this league.

20. Pittsburgh = Malik Willis (RsSr) QB – Liberty

  • Alas! Malik Willis is finally off the board! I really think the Steelers don’t invision a Quarterback falling this far, but if one falls to them, I think they will be obligated to pull the trigger and take one. He would compete for the starting job right away, but there’s a good chance he needs to sit, before getting on the field. If he cleans up his mechanics, he might end up being the best Quarterback from this Class. He’s simply, a boom or bust prospect.

21. New England = Devin Lloyd (RsSr) LB – Utah

  • I wanted to give the Patriots a WR here, but they generally don’t take WR’s this high. Especially with N’Keal Harry struggling, I think they will shy away, from taking a WR in the 1st. LB’s Ja’Whaun Bentley and Dont’a Hightower are getting up their, and their game has declined. Bill Bilichick is going to have fun, using the versatile Lloyd on his Defense.

22. Green Bay (from Las Vegas) = Jahan Dotson (Sr) WR – Penn State

  • I think everyone on the planet, knows why I gave the Packers a WR here. Green Bay hasn’t drafted a WR in the 1st Round since they took Javon Walker in 2002. That streak is finally broken. Dotson is as sure-handed as it gets in this Draft, and would instantly be the teams new #1 WR. Aaron Rodgers is gonna love throwing to the former Penn State star.

23. Arizona = Jermaine Johnson (RsSr) EDGE – Florida State

  • This Cardinals is almost their, as evidenced last season. I think their biggest need is WR, but the top ones are all gone, and taking one here is a bit of a reach. So they focus their attention to the Defensive side of the ball, in particular Edge rusher. Chandler Jones is gone, and Johnson can start right away in his place. Johnson enjoyed a breakout season after transferring from Georgia, collecting 70 total tackles, and 12 sacks.

24. Dallas = Kenyon Green (Jr) OG/OT – Texas A&M

  • The Cowboys can go in a variety of different areas here. I wouldn’t rule out a WR here, but I think they will add one on Day 2. Guard is their biggest need, and Green may be the best Guard in this Draft. Green would start right away, replacing the departed Connor Williams, and help clear paths for Ezekiel Elliott. He might be able to move to Left Tackle, once Tyron Smith hangs it up.

25. Buffalo = Kaiir Elam (Jr) CB – Florida

  • Levi Wallace is gone, and Tre’Davious White, is coming off a torn ACL, so more help is needed. Elam is kinda getting lost in the CB shuffle this year, but don’t ignore him. He has good bloodlines, and has a very high ceiling. He and Tre White, would form a nice CB tandem.

26. Tennessee = Tyler Smith (RsSo) OT/G – Tulsa

  • Rodger Saffold was released and signed with Buffalo, and David Quessenberry has yet to be signed. Here’s some insurance. Smith can start at Right Tackle, and if he struggles their, he can be slide inside. I really like this fit.

27. Tampa Bay = Tyler Linderbaum (RsJr) IOL – Iowa

  • Ali Marpet shockingly retired this offseason, and Alex Cappa signed with Cincinnati. Linderbaum started off his College career as a Defensive Lineman, before moving to the other side of the ball the following year, as a RS Freshman. He’s the best Centre prospect in this Draft by far, but has the versatility to play Guard. I see him starting off at Guard, and then once Ryan Jensen retires, he will move to Centre.

28. Green Bay = George Karlaftis (Jr) EDGE – Purdue

  • The Packers filled their biggest need earlier with the selection of Dotson, and now they fill their second biggest need here. Za’Darius Smith is gone, and Preston Smith is showing signs of decline.

29. Kansas City (from Miami) = Christian Watson (RsSr) WR – North Dakota State

  • Again, I think everyone on the planet, knows why I gave the Chiefs a WR here. They could wait until Day 2 to snag one, but I feel it’s better for them to take one now. Watson has been skyrocketing up Draft boards this whole process, and there’s been buzz of him going in the opening frame. He has really nice traits, but he’s still fairly raw, needing polish. With some polish, he could be really dangerous in this league.

30. Kansas City = Jordan Davis (Sr) DT – Georgia

  • Your probably thinking to yourself “No way Jordan Davis falls this far”. Well he did so. The Chiefs have other needs to address like Corner, and Linebacker, but Davis is too good to pass up at this point in the Draft. He will pair with Chris Jones, to form perhaps the best Interior D Line in the NFL. Offensive Coordinators will have a very tough time game planning against them.

31. Cincinnati = Roger McCreary (Sr) CB – Auburn

  • The Bengals did a great job in free agency helping fix the Offensive Line, but I still wouldn’t rule out them taking one here. Eli Apple was resigned, but only to a 1 year deal. More help is needed at Corner anyway. McCreary is another one, that has been lost in the CB shuffle the past couple of months, but he’s a solid prospect in his own right. McCreary lacks ideal length for a Corner. Whether outside or inside, he should become a solid pro.

32. Detroit (from Los Angeles Rams) = David Ojabo (RsSo) EDGE – Michigan

  • It’s unfortunate David Ojabo tore his Achilles at his Pro Day. Guaranteed, guys will now not participate in their Pro Day, after seeing what happened to Ojabo. They could pick a Quarterback here, but with them picking again 2 picks later, they can take one their. Ojabo will slide, but I don’t see him falling out of the opening frame. Ojabo will give that Lions Defense much-needed pass rush help immediately.


2nd Round

33. Jacksonville = Zion Johnson (Sr) OL – Boston College

34. Detroit = Matt Corral (RsJr) QB – Ole Miss

35. New York Jets = Kyler Gordon (RsJr) CB – Washington

36. New York Giants = George Pickens (Jr) WR – Georgia

37. Houston = Daxton Hill (Jr) S/CB – Michigan

38. New York Jets (from Carolina) = Boye Mafe (RsSr) EDGE – Minnesota

39. Chicago = Skyy Moore (Jr) WR – Western Michigan

40. Seattle (from Denver) = Sam Howell (Jr) QB – North Carolina

41. Seattle = Daniel Faalele (Sr) OT – Minnesota

42. Indianapolis (from Washington) = David Bell (Jr) WR – Purdue

43. Atlanta = Devonte Wyatt (RsSr) DT – Georgia

44. Cleveland = Logan Hall (Sr) DL – Houston

45. Baltimore = Nicholas Petit-Frere (RsJr) OT – Ohio State

46. Minnesota = Lewis Cine (Jr) S – Georgia

47. Washington (from Indianapolis) = John Metchie III (Jr) WR – Alabama

48. Chicago (from Los Angeles Chargers) = Cole Strange (RsSr) IOL – Chattanooga

49. New Orleans = Desmond Ridder (RsSr) QB – Cincinnati

50. Kansas City (from Miami) = Derion Kendrick (Sr) CB – Georgia

51. Phiadelphia = Nakobe Dean (Jr) LB – Georgia

52. Pittsburgh = Sean Rhyan (Jr) OG/OT – UCLA

53. Green Bay (from Las Vegas) = Max Mitchell (Sr) OT – Louisiana

54. New England = Calvin Austin III (RsSr) WR – Memphis

55. Arizona = Arnold Ebiketie (RsSr) EDGE – Penn State

56. Dallas = Alec Pierce (Sr) WR – Cincinnati

57. Buffalo = Breece Hall (Jr) RB – Iowa State

58. Atlanta (from Tennessee) = Cameron Thomas (RsJr) EDGE – San Diego State

59. Green Bay = Trey McBride (Sr) TE – Colorado State

60. Tampa Bay = Drake Jackson (Jr) EDGE – USC

61. San Francisco = Coby Bryant (Sr) CB – Cincinnati

62. Kansas City = Myjai Sanders (Sr) EDGE – Cincinnati

63. Cincinnati = Dylan Parham (RsSr) IOL – Memphis

64. Denver (from Los Angeles Rams) = Christian Harris (Jr) LB – Alabama


3rd Round

65. Jacksonville = Jalen Tolbert (RsSr) WR – South Alabama

66. Detroit = Wan’Dale Robinson (Jr) WR – Kentucky

67. New York Giants = Darian Kinnard (Sr) OG/OT – Kentucky

68. Houston = Kenneth Walker III (Jr) RB – Michigan State

69. New York Jets = Chad Muma (Sr) LB – Wyoming

70. Jacksonville (from Carolina) = Kellen Diesch (RsSr) OT – Arizona State

71. Chicago = Braxton Jones (RsSr) OT – Southern Utah

72. Seattle = Tariq Woolen (RsSr) CB – UTSA

73. Indianapolis (from Washington) = Carson Strong (RsJr) QB – Nevada

74. Atlanta = Rasheed Walker (RsJr) OT – Penn State

75. Denver = Thayer Munford (Sr) OG/OT – Ohio State

76. Baltimore = Justyn Ross (RsJr) WR – Clemson

77. Minnesota = Nik Bonitto (RsJr) EDGE – Oklahoma

78. Cleveland = Kyle Phillips (RsJr) WR – UCLA

79. Los Angeles Chargers = Josh Paschal (RsSr) EDGE – Kentucky

80. Houston (from New Orleans) = Kingsley Enagbare (Sr) EDGE – South Carolina

81. New York Giants (from Miami) = Isaiah Likely (Sr) TE – Coastal Carolina

82. Atlanta (from Indianapolis) = Quay Walker (Sr) LB – Georgia

83. Philadelphia = DeMarvin Leal (Jr) DL – Texas A&M

84. Pittsburgh = Perrion Winfrey (Sr) DT – Oklahoma

85. New England = Jaquan Brisker (RsSr) S – Penn State

86. Las Vegas = Mario Goodrich (Sr) CB – Clemson

87. Arizona = Alontae Taylor (Sr) CB – Tennessee

88. Dallas = DeAngelo Malone (Sr) EDGE – Western Kentucky

89. Buffalo = Romeo Doubs (Sr) WR – Nevada

90. Tennessee = Travis Jones (Sr) DT – UConn

91. Tampa Bay = Cam Taylor-Britt (Sr) DB – Nebraska

92. Green Bay = Jalen Pitre (RsSr) DB – Baylor

93. San Francisco = Bryan Cook (Sr) S – Cincinnati

94. Kansas City = Brian Asamoah (RsJr) LB – Oklahoma

95. Cincinnati = Abraham Lucas (RsSr) OT – Washington State

96. Denver (from Los Angeles Rams) = Matt Waletzko (Sr) OT – North Dakota

*97. Detroit = Leo Chenal (Jr) LB – Wisconsin

*98. New Orleans = Sam Williams (Sr) EDGE – Ole Miss

*99. Cleveland = Zachary Carter (Sr) DL – Florida

*100. Baltimore = Phidarian Mathis (RsSr) DT – Alabama

*101. Philadelphia = Nick Cross (Jr) S – Maryland

*102. Miami = Isaiah Spiller (Jr) RB – Texas A&M

*103. Kansas City = Kerby Joseph (Jr) S – Illinois

*104. Los Angeles Rams = Obinna Eze (RsSr) OT – TCU

*105. San Francisco = Tyrese Robinson (RsSr) G – Oklahoma


4th Round

106. Jacksonville = Damarri Mathis (RsSr) DB – Pittsburgh

107. Houston (from Cleveland) = Damone Clark (Sr) LB – LSU

108. Houston = Martin Emerson (Jr) CB – Mississippi State

109. Seattle (from New York Jets) = Channing Tindall (Sr) LB – Georgia

110. Baltimore (from New York Giants) = Tyreke Smith (Sr) EDGE – Ohio State

111. New York Jets (from Carolina) = Ed Ingram (RsSr) G – LSU

112. New York Giants (from Chicago) = Troy Andersen (Sr) LB – Montana State

113. Washington = Andrew Stueber (RsSr) OT/G – Michigan

114. Atlanta = Tycen Anderson (Sr) DB – Toledo

115. Denver = Khalil Shakir (Sr) WR – Boise State

116. Denver (from Seattle) = Josh Jobe (Sr) CB – Alabama

117. New York Jets (from Minnesota) = Verone McKinley III (RsJr) S – Oregon

118. Cleveland = Sterling Weatherford (RsSr) S/LB – Miami (Ohio)

119. Baltimore = Alec Lindstrom (RsSr) C – Boston College

120. New Orleans = Matthew Butler (Sr) DL – Tennessee

121. Kansas City (from Miami) = Vederian Lowe (Sr) OT – Illinois

122. Indianapolis = Montaric Brown (RsSr) CB – Arkansas

123. Los Angeles Chargers = Jamaree Salyer (Sr) OG/OT – Georgia

124. Philadelphia = Dominique Robinson (Sr) EDGE – Miami (Ohio)

125. Miami (from Pittsburgh) = Isaiah Thomas (RsSr) EDGE – Oklahoma

126. Las Vegas = Darrian Beavers (Sr) LB – Cincinnati

127. New England = Jalyn Armour-Davis (RsJr) CB – Alabama

128. Baltimore (from Arizona) = Reed Blankenship (Sr) S – Middle Tennessee State

129. Dallas = Haskell Garrett (Sr) DT – Ohio State

130. Buffalo = John Ridgeway (RsSr) DT – Arkansas

131. Tennessee = Velus Jones Jr. (RsSr) WR – Tennessee

132. Green Bay = JoJo Domann (Sr) LB – Nebraska

133. Tampa Bay = Bo Melton (Sr) WR – Rutgers

134. San Francisco = Danny Gray (Sr) WR – SMU

135. Kansas City = James Cook (Sr) RB – Georgia

136. Cincinnati = Reggie Roberson Jr. (Sr) WR – SMU

137. Carolina (from Houston) = Zach Tom (RsSr) OL – Wake Forest

*138. Pittsburgh = Luke Goedeke (RsSr) OG/OT – Central Michigan

*139. Baltimore = Brandon Smith (Jr) LB – Penn State

*140. Green Bay = Justin Shaffer (Sr) G – Georgia

*141. Baltimore = Brian Robinson Jr. (RsSr) RB – Alabama

*142. Los Angeles Rams = Jesse Luketa (Sr) LB/EDGE – Penn State

*143. Tennessee = Terrel Bernard (RsSr) LB – Baylor


5th Round

144. Carolina (from Jacksonville) = Jerreth Sterns (Sr) WR – Western Kentucky

145. Denver (from Detroit) = Dane Belton (Jr) S/OLB – Iowa

146. New York Jets = Greg Dulcich (RsJr) TE – UCLA

147. New York Giants = Alex Wright (Jr) EDGE – UAB

148. Chicago (from Houston) = Marcus Jones (RsSr) CB – Houston

149. Carolina = Marquan McCall (Sr) DT – Kentucky

150. Chicago = Tyquan Thornton (Sr) WR – Baylor

151. Atlanta = Spencer Burford (Sr) OG/OT – UTSA

152. Seattle (from Denver) = Dohnovan West (Jr) IOL – Arizona State

153. Seattle = Otito Ogbonnia (Sr) DT – UCLA

154. Philadelphia (from Washington) = Cordell Volson (RsSr) OT/G – North Dakota State

155. Dallas (from Cleveland) = Tyler Vrabel (RsJr) OT – Boston College

156. Minnesota (from Baltimore) = Luke Fortner (RsSr) IOL – Kentucky

157. Jacksonville (from Minnesota) = Thomas Booker (Sr) DT – Stanford

158. New England (from Miami) = Jeffrey Gunter (RsSr) EDGE – Coastal Carolina

159. Indianapolis = Leon O’Neal Jr. (Sr) S – Texas A&M

160. Los Angeles Chargers = Dontario Drummond (Sr) WR – Ole Miss

161. New Orleans = Markavist “Big Kat” Bryant (RsSr) EDGE – UCF

162. Philadelphia = Lecitus Smith (RsSr) G – Virginia Tech

163. New York Jets (from Pittsburgh) = Tre Turner (Sr) WR – Virginia Tech

164. Las Vegas (from New England) = Cam Jurgens (RsJr) C – Nebraska

165. Las Vegas = Eyioma Uwazurike (RsSr) DT – Iowa State

166. Philadelphia (from Arizona) = Kyren Williams (RsSo) RB – Notre Dame

167. Dallas = Joshua Williams (Sr) CB – Fayetteville State (D2)

168. Buffalo = Jack Sanborn (Sr) LB – Wisconsin

169. Tennessee = Jeremiah Moon (RsSr) EDGE – Florida

170. New England (from Tampa Bay) = Chris Paul (RsSr) OT/G – Tulsa

171. Green Bay = Jalen Nailor (RsJr) WR – Michigan State

172. San Francisco = Matt Henningsen (RsSr) DL – Wisconsin

173. New York Giants = Markquese Bell (RsSr) S – Florida A&M

174. Cincinnati = Christopher Hinton (Jr) DT – Michigan

175. Los Angeles Rams = Zyon McCollum (Sr) CB – Sam Houston State

*176. Dallas = Quindarious “Smoke” Monday (Sr) S – Auburn

*177. Detroit = Bubba Bolden (RsSr) S – Miami

*178. Dallas = Jeremy Ruckert (Sr) TE – Ohio State

*179. Indianapolis = Dare Rosenthal (RsJr) OT/G – Kentucky


6th Round

180. Jacksonville = Jaylen Watson (RsSr) CB – Washington State

181. Detroit = Cade Mays (Sr) OG/OT – Tennessee

182. New York Giants = Bailey Zappe (Sr) QB – Western Kentucky

183. Houston = James Empey (RsSr) C – BYU

184. Minnesota (from New York Jets) = Neil Farrell Jr. (Sr) DT – LSU

185. Buffalo (from Carolina) = Christopher Allen (RsSr) EDGE – Alabama

186. Chicago = D’Marco Jackson (RsSr) LB – Appalachian State

187. San Francisco (from Denver) = Zakoby McClain (Sr) LB – Auburn

188. Jacksonville (from Seattle) = Slade Bolden (RsJr) WR – Alabama

189. Washington = Luke Wattenberg (RsSr) IOL – Washington

190. Atlanta = Rachaad White (RsSr) RB – Arizona State

191. Minnesota (from Kansas City) = Nephi Sewell (RsSr) LB – Utah

192. Minnesota = Erik Ezukanma (RsJr) WR – Texas Tech

193. Dallas (from Cleveland) = Kaleb Eleby (RsJr) QB – Western Michigan

194. New Orleans (from Philadelphia) = Zamir White (RsJr) RB – Georgia

195. Los Angeles Chargers = Noah Elliss (RsJr) DT – Idaho

196. Baltimore (from Miami) = Cade Otton (RsSr) TE – Washington

197. Jacksonville (from Philadelphia) = David Anenih (Sr) EDGE – Houston

198. Jacksonville (from Pittsburgh) = Jake Ferguson (RsSr) TE – Wisconsin

199. Carolina (from Las Vegas) = Jerome Ford (RsJr) RB – Cincinnati

200. New England = Ja’Tyre Carter (RsSr) IOL – Southern

201. Arizona = Marquis Hayes (RsSr) G – Oklahoma

202. Cleveland (from Dallas) = Mike Rose (Sr) LB – Iowa State

203. Buffalo = Micah McFadden (Sr) LB – Indiana

204. Tennessee = Jean Delance (RsSr) OT – Florida

205. Houston (from Green Bay) = Jelani Woods (RsSr) TE – Virginia

206. Denver (from Philadelphia) = Esezi Otomewo (RsSr) DL – Minnesota

207. Houston (from New York Jets) = Jack Coan (RsSr) QB – Notre Dame

208. Pittsburgh (from Kansas City) = JT Woods (Sr) S – Baylor

209. Cincinnati = Joshua Ross (Sr) LB – Michigan

210. New England (from Los Angeles Rams) = Myron Cunningham (RsSr) OT/G – Arkansas

*211. Los Angeles Rams = Myron Tagovailoa-Amosa (RsSr) DL – Notre Dame

*212. Los Angeles Rams = Brock Hoffman (RsSr) IOL – Virginia Tech

*213. Atlanta = Akayleb Evans (RsSr) CB – Missouri

*214. Los Angeles Chargers = Ellis Brooks (RsSr) LB – Penn State

*215. Arizona = Luke Tenuta (RsJr) OT – Virginia Tech

*216. Indianapolis = Charlie Kolar (RsSr) TE – Iowa State

*217. Detroit = LaRon Stokes (RsSr) DL – Oklahoma

*218. Los Angeles Rams = Yusuf Corker (RsSr) S – Kentucky

*219. Tennessee = Jalen Wydermyer (Jr) TE – Texas A&M

*220. San Francisco = Michael Clemons (RsSr) EDGE – Texas A&M

*221. San Francisco = Dameon Pierce (Sr) RB – Florida


7th Round

222. Jacksonville = Charleston Rambo (RsSr) WR – Miami

223. Cleveland (from Detroit) = Logan Bruss (RsSr) OG/T – Wisconsin

224. Miami (from Baltimore) = Emeka Emezie (Sr) WR – NC State

225. Pittsburgh (from New York Jets) = Tariq Castro-Fields (Sr) CB – Penn State

226. Cincinnati (from New York Giants) = Juanyeh Thomas (Sr) S – Georgia Tech

227. Las Vegas (from Carolina) = Quentin Lake (RsSr) S – UCLA

228. Green Bay (from Houston) = Jack Jones (RsSr) CB – Arizona State

229. Seattle = Ty Fryfogle (Sr) WR – Indiana

230. Washington = Aaron Hansford (RsSr) LB – Texas A&M

231. Buffalo (from Atlanta) = Ben Brown (RsSr) IOL – Ole Miss

232. Denver = LaBryan Ray (RsSr) DL – Alabama

233. Kansas City (from Minnesota) = Nick Ford (RsSr) OL – Utah

234. Detroit (from Cleveland) = Josh Thompson (RsSr) CB – Texas

235. Jacksonville (from Baltimore) = Austin Deculus (Sr) OT/G – LSU

236. Los Angeles Chargers = Cole Turner (Sr) TE/WR – Nevada

237. Philadelphia (from New Orleans) = Dustin Crum (Sr) QB – Kent State

238. Los Angeles (from Miami) = Tyler Badie (Sr) RB – Missouri

239. Washington (from Indianapolis) = Grant Calcaterra (Sr) TE – SMU

240. Indianapolis = Amare Barno (RsJr) EDGE – Virginia Tech

241. Pittsburgh = Jake Hansen (RsSr) EDGE – Illinois

242. Carolina (from Miami) = Nate Landman (Sr) LB – Colorado

243. Kansas City (from New England) = Kevin Austin Jr. (RsJr) WR – Notre Dame

244. Arizona = Samori Toure (RsSr) WR – Nebraska

245. Houston (from Dallas) = Stanley Berryhill III (RsSr) WR – Arizona

246. Cleveland (from Buffalo) = Chigoziem Okonkwo (Sr) TE – Maryland

247. Miami (from Tennessee) = Baylon Spector (RsSr) LB – Clemson

248. Tampa Bay = Austin Allen (RsSr) TE – Nebraska

249. Green Bay = Sincere McCormick (Jr) RB – UTSA

250. Minnesota (from Denver) = Gerrit Prince (RsSr) TE/WR – UAB

251. Kansas City = Daniel Bellinger (Sr) TE – San Diego State

252. Cincinnati = Noah Burks (RsSr) EDGE – Wisconsin

253. Los Angeles Rams = Jeremiah Hall (RsSr) TE/FB – Oklahoma

254. Los Angeles Chargers = Hassan Haskins (Sr) RB – Michigan

255. Los Angeles Chargers = Tariq Carpenter (Sr) S/LB – Georgia Tech

256. Arizona = Jeremiah Gemmel (RsSr) LB – North Carolina

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