The 2021 NFL Draft is coming up and as we prepare for it, take a look at the first edition of the full 7-round mock draft. As of now, this is what the mock draft landscape is looking like.
Mock Draft Day 1, Round 1:
1. Jacksonville Jaguars: Trevor Lawrence, QB, Clemson
Trevor Lawrence is the most coveted prospect in my lifetime. He is the definitive 1.01 of this draft class. He has it all, from his insane arm talent to his impeccable leadership acumen. The Jacksonville Jaguars haven’t had a definitive superstar quarterback since their inception. That is about to change.
2. New York Jets: Zach Wilson, QB, BYU
The New York Jets are looking to move on from Sam Darnold and bring in a new franchise signal-caller. Zach Wilson is built for the Big Apple. Wilson has a big-time arm and the mobility to win in the NFL. Reports of character flaws have hindered him. If he is motivated and displays clean character, he can be a top-five quarterback in the NFL. Zach Wilson seems to be the favorite for the Jets draft selection. The New York Jets are set at the quarterback position for a decade-plus.
3. Miami Dolphins: Devonta Smith, WR, Alabama
The Miami Dolphins come into this draft cycle with one primary goal. They need to put Tua Tagovailoa in the best position to succeed. Grabbing Devonta Smith has two significant upsides. Smith is an elite wide receiver with his skillful route running and body control. Secondly, he has an instant rapport with Tua, and it will translate immediately. Devonta Smith makes too much sense at three.
4. Atlanta Falcons: Justin Fields, QB, Ohio State
The Matt Ryan era is concluding in Atlanta, and the Fields era is being ushered in. We could likely see Matt Ryan dealt this offseason or used as a bridge-quarterback for Justin Fields. The OSU prospect is one of college football’s smartest prospects. Wilson is the ideal quarterback mold for today’s era of the position. He has top-end arm talent and can make plays on the run. Justin Fields is a perfect-mold for Arthur Smith’s offense.
5. Cincinnati Bengals: Penei Sewell, OT, Oregon
Penei Sewell to the Cincinnati Bengals makes way too much sense. The Bengals are desperate for offensive line help, and Sewell can immediately lock down Joe Burrow’s blindside. He has an incredible blend of power and agility. I can say Sewell is the best offensive line prospect since Joe Thomas.
6. Philadelphia Eagles: Trey Lance, QB, North Dakota State
Carson Wentz has been traded, and Trey Lance becomes Philly’s new franchise quarterback. Trey Lance was a one-year starter at North Dakota State and had the single most outstanding season in FCS history. Lance passed for 28 touchdowns to zero interceptions. In addition to his arm accolades, Trey Lance rushed for 1,100 yards and 14 touchdowns. Lance has tremendous football IQ, top-end arm talent and would add a secondary dimension to the Eagles offense as a runner. He is hyper-competitive and would pair well with quarterback guru Nick Sirianni.
7. Detroit Lions: Ja’Marr Chase, WR, LSU
Matthew Stafford has been traded, and without a viable quarterback on the board, the best option is to take the best receiver available. Jared Goff will need all the help he can get in Detroit. Chase had a prolific season with LSU in 2019 that ended with a championship and the Biletnikoff. Ja’Marr is a physical receiver who dominates opposing corners at the point-of-attack and wins battles with his college football best body control. The only significant knock on him is he cannot generate separation, but that doesn’t pose a significant issue because of his physical talent. Ja’Marr Chase will be an instant contributor in Motown.
8. Carolina Panthers: Caleb Farley, CB, Virginia Tech.
The Carolina Panthers need a lot of help in the secondary, and pairing Caleb Farley with Donte Jackson is a great way to provide that help. Caleb Farley is the most athletic cornerback in this draft. Farley excels in press-man and can follow receivers stride-for-stride down the field. However, he is scheme diverse and can succeed in a zone-heavy defense. Scouts are very high on Farley, and I expect the Panthers to be high on him too.
9. Denver Broncos: Gregory Rousseau, DE, Miami (FL)
Denver is in a weird spot when it comes to their pass-rush arsenal. They have a bonafide superstar in Bradley Chubb, and pairing him with a talent like Gregory Rousseau could take Vic Fangio’s defense to new heights. Rousseau has more raw talent than any pass-rusher in this class. Grabbing the Miami star allows for Denver to move on from the recently troubled Von Miller.
10. Dallas Cowboys: Patrick Surtain II, CB, Alabama
The Dallas Cowboys have spent countless assets revamping their defense and will use the 10th pick on another defender. Patrick Surtain II is a top-tier cornerback in this draft cycle. Surtain is athletically gifted and uses his frame to erase receivers. He has adequate speed to be a starting corner, but his bread-and-butter is playing against larger, more physical receivers. Patrick Surtain’s physicality would pair well with Trevon Diggs and his speed. Dan Quinn just got a new weapon for his defensive arsenal. My comparison for Patrick Surtain is Charles “Peanut” Tillman due to similar athletic profiles and Surtain’s use of the “Peanut Punch” to force fumbles..
11. New York Giants: Jaylen Waddle, WR, Alabama
The New York Giants are deprived of a quality wide receiver. Jaylen Waddle can New York immediate wide receiver one production. Waddle is extremely fast, reportedly faster than Henry Ruggs III 4.28 40 time. Daniel Jones would be ecstatic to have a receiver like Waddle lining up outside for him.
12. San Francisco 49ers: Jaycee Horn, CB, South Carolina
San Francisco is primed to lose Richard Sherman, K’Waun Williams, and Ahkello Weatherspoon this offseason. Jason Verrett will need serious money to stay in the Bay. The 49ers are serious contenders, and they need a pro-ready corner who can start for them on day one. Jaycee Horn is a physical corner who can box-out large receivers. Horn’s play-style will be coveted in the NFC West.
13. Los Angeles Chargers: Christian Darrisaw, OT, Northwestern
The Los Angeles Chargers’ primary objective this offseason is to protect Justin Herbert and reestablish the run-game. Christian Darrisaw is most noticeably known for his ability to reach the second level. Darrisaw kept the ACC’s best pass rushers in check, and now he will keep the AFC West pass rushers in check. Christian Darrisaw is a solid run blocker and would allow both Austin Ekeler and Joshua Kelley to reach new heights. The Virginia Tech product would be another home run hit by Tom Telesco in the first round.
14. Minnesota Vikings: Kwity Paye, DE, Michigan
The 2020 Minnesota Vikings defense was the worst of the Mike Zimmer era. They need to retool and reload. Grabbing Kwity Paye and putting him opposite of All-Pro Danielle Hunter is a great move. Kwity Paye is a prototypical Mike Zimmer defensive end. A bigger end who can defend the run well and slide in and defend B gap. Kwity is an instant contributor for the Vikings.
15: New England Patriots: Micah Parsons, LB, Penn State
The New England Patriots have a trend of taking the best talent on the board when they pick. Micah Parsons is an incredible talent with giant red flags. Parsons can do it all. He can excel in zone coverage, tackle sideline-to-sideline, and blitz. Bill Belichick has a history of taking bets on extremely talented yet troubled players.
16. Arizona Cardinals: Kyle Pitts, TE, Florida
Kyle Pitts is the most versatile offensive player in this draft. Kyle Pitts has insane measurables. He stands at 6ft, 6in, weighs 240 lbs, and projects to run a 4.5 40 time. He plays faster than his insane speed for his size. Kliff Kingbury’s air raid offense relies on multiple skilled pass-catchers. Pairing DeAndre Hopkins, Christian Kirk, and Kyle Pitts together is a dream come true for Kyler Murray.
17. Las Vegas Raiders: Jaelan Phillps, DE, Miami (FL)
Mike Mayock and the Raiders love pass-rushers with high ceilings. Jaelan Phillips has the potential to be a consistent ten-sack guy. Phillps was the #1 player in the 2016 High School class, and he carries his pedigree. However, during Phillips’s time at UCLA, he suffered an alarming amount of concussions. Phillips is a day one contributor with insane physical tools, but he is the most significant risk-reward player in this draft.
18. Miami Dolphins: Najee Harris, RB, Alabama
The Miami Dolphins are going all-in on Tua Tagovailoa this offseason, and giving a pure weapon who can churn yards and catch passes for him is the right move at 18. Najee Harris is a special kind-of back. Najee can play strong, lower his pads, blow through opponents, drop his hips, and cut away from contact. Harris has natural hands and can produce after the catch. It is unpopular to take a running back in the first but rarely is there a running back available as good as him.
19. Washington Football Team: Rashawn Slater, OT, Northwestern
This is the best player on the board pick for Washington. Rashawn Slater can come in on day one and protect whoever starts at quarterback for Washington. Slater is an extremely athletic tackle who can kick in and play guard as well. When in run protection, Slater moves to the second level with ease and crashes down on unsuspecting linebackers. The former Wildcat can handle the left tackle spot in Washington for a decade-plus.
20. Chicago Bears: Samuel Cosmi, OT, Bears
With the top-four quarterbacks gone, the Bears hit their second-biggest area of need, offensive tackle. Samuel Cosmi is raw in terms of lower body control. He is athletically gifted at 6ft 7in and 309 lbs with his movement skills. Samuel Cosmi is one of the better pass-protectors in this draft and would immediately impact the Chicago Bears run game. Cosmi would pave the way for break-out running back David Montgomery and allow for whichever sub-par quarterback the Bears to operate in a clean pocket.
21. Indianapolis Colts: Dillon Radunz, OT, North Dakota State
Anthony Castonzo retired this offseason, and he has left a massive hole. The Colts dealt for an injury-prone Carson Wentz, and they need to sure up the blindside. Dillon Radunz is a natural left tackle who can contribute on day one. The selection of Radunz would be insane as he and Quenton Nelson would be the most physical offensive line duo in all of football. Dillon Radunz is a perfect fit for what the Indianapolis Colts want to do upfront regarding scheme and physicality.
22. Tennessee Titans: Azeez Ojulari, DE, Georgia
The Tennessee Titans had an abysmal pass-rush this season, and if they want to be considered contenders, they need to reinforce their unit. The addition of Azeez Ojulari is an excellent start to getting after the quarterback. Ojulari has the best first-step of any prospect in this class. Ojulari has the speed to beat the tackle outside, then bull-rush him and win the very next snap. He isn’t a coverage linebacker but rather a three-down pass-rusher. Azeez is one of my favorite pass-rushers and would be a great fit in Tennessee.
23. New York Jets: Kadarius Toney, WR, Florida
The New York Jets are starved for receiving talent, and rumors are swirling they may release their best receiver Jamison Crowder. You can’t let Zach Wilson down like you let Sam Darnold down. By grabbing Kadarius Toney, you give Wilson a guy who has world-class agility and a natural separator. Wilson will hit Kadarius early and often into their duo.
24. Pittsburgh Steelers: Jalen Mayfield, OT, Michigan
I have heard from a very solid source that Alejandro Villanueva is as good as gone this offseason. The Pittsburgh Steelers are a team naturally predicated on the ground game. They want to get back to their roots, and to do so; they need to revamp the offensive line. Jalen Mayfield is a natural right tackle. The most logical move is to have Chukwuma Okorafor move to the left tackle spot and put Jalen Mayfield on the right. Jalen Mayfield has impressive physical traits but rather raw. If you want to wait for him to develop, the Steelers can slot Mayfield behind the lovable Zach Banner and let him learn from him.
25. Jacksonville Jaguars: Eric Stokes, CB, Georgia
The Jacksonville Jaguars secondary needs a lot of work. They have a cornerstone piece in C.J. Henderson, and they will gift him a running mate in Eric Stokes. Eric Stokes is a ballhawk who has the potential to score every time he touches the ball. Stokes is a natural outside corner who is sticky in man coverage.
26. Cleveland Browns: Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah, LB, Notre Dame
The Cleveland Browns need a dynamic chess piece in the middle who can command a defense and do-it-all. Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah is a defensive specialist who can do all things listed. He can rush the passer, play the run, but his best attribute is in pass coverage. He erases tight ends and is a physical presence at the line of scrimmage. Joe Woods will be able to find work for the Butkus Award winner on every snap. Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah is considered a steal in the back-end of the first round.
27. Baltimore Ravens: Joseph Ossai, DE, Texas
The Baltimore Ravens are most likely letting Matt Judon depart in free agency this offseason, and his production will need to be replicated and replaced. Joseph Ossai is one of the most-pro ready pass rushers in this draft. Ossai has an insane motor that Wink Martindale will fall in love with. The Texas product excels at pass-rushing outside and is one of the most explosive pass-rushers in this draft cycle.
28. New Orleans: Aaron Robinson, CB, UCF
The New Orleans Saints are broke, hyperbolically speaking. The Saints are $69 million over the cap, and they will have to make some drastic changes. The Saints could save $7 million by moving on from veteran cornerback Janoris Jenkins. Aaron Robinson can start for the Saints on day one opposite Marshon Lattimore. Their roster would be able to stay competitive against physical receivers like Mike Evans. Aaron Robinson excels in press-man and is as physical as they come at the point-of-attack. I think the 29th pick is Aaron Robinson’s ceiling.
29. Green Bay Packers: Zaven Collins, LB, Tulsa
Joe Barry has a lot of work to do to revamp Green Bay’s defense. There is a massive hole in the middle of Green Bay’s defense, and Collins is a perfect fit. The Green Bay Packers have moved on from bust linebacker Christian Kirksey. Collins is large for a modern linebacker at 6ft 3in, 260 lbs, but with his movement skills and vision, he should play MIKE or WILL in the NFL. Collins is a capable pass-rusher. However, he can struggle to beat blocks at times. The Bednarik Award winner excels in coverage and has a knack for taking away the football. Zaven Collins would find available work readily available in the Packers 3-4 base defense.
30. Buffalo Bills: Asante Samuel Jr, CB, Florida State
The Buffalo Bills roster is one of the best in league with few real areas of concern. Grabbing a second makes total sense after they got torched by Mahomes and company in the AFC Championship game. Pairing Asante Samuel Jr. with Tre’Davious White generates arguably the best cornerback duo in the AFC and puts wide receiver rooms on notice. Asante Samuel Jr. is a ballhawk, an inherited trait from his father. Samuel is excellent in man coverage and has fluid hips. He is perfect in and out of breaks and can close in range on receivers with ease. Asante Samuel Jr. won’t get stiff-armed as easily as Josh Norman did.
31. Kansas City Chiefs: Wyatt Davis, OG, Ohio State
This pick almost isn’t fair as the NFL’s best roster gets the draft’s best guard. When you put $500 million into your signal-caller, it is vital to keep him upright. Davis can be described as a “mauler” and hyper-physical. I can argue Davis was college football’s best-run blocker. He has a natural stance in pass-protection and would start immediately on Kansas City’s offensive line. The Super Bowl showed how desperate Kansas City is for offensive line help.
32. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Christian Barmore, DT, Alabama
It is very likely that Ndamukong Suh is not retained or retires as he tries to go out on top. Losing Suh would send shockwaves across the Todd Bowles defense. The Buccaneers can draft Barmore to patch the hole and ramp up pass-rush production. Barmore is a natural-fit for Todd Bowles’s defense and can fill in for Suh at 3-tech. Christian Barmore elevated his stock after winning National Championship Defensive MVP last season. The Alabama defensive lineman has a sturdy grip and can get past guards with his deep bag tricks when it comes to pass-rush moves or pure athleticism. Lastly, winners love winners, and Super Bowl Champions meet National Champion.
Mock Draft Day 2, Round 2:
33: Jacksonville Jaguars: Trevon Moehrig, S, TCU
Trevon Moehrig is a speedy, ballhawk safety who will make a splash for Joe Cullen’s defense. Moehrig is the top-safety in this draft.
34. New York Jets: Ifeatu Melifonwu, CB, Syracuse.
Ifeatu Melifonwu on paper is a dream for the cornerback position. He has an excellent blend size and speed. Melifonwu has exceptionally long arms to box out receivers.
35. Miami Dolphins: Alex Leatherwood, OT, Alabama
The Miami Dolphins could plug Leatherwood in at right tackle on day one. Alex Leatherwood joins the Miami Dolphins run on Alabama prospects and keeps his former Crimson Tide signal-caller upright.
36. Atlanta Falcons: Jayson Oweh, DE, Penn State
The tape not the box score speaks for Jayson Oweh. Oweh is a high-motor prospect who is seemingly always behind the line, generating pressure.
37: Cincinnati Bengals: Alijah Vera-Tucker, OG, USC
Alijah Vera-Tucker at 37 would be regarded as the steal of the draft. He is a highly athletic guard who can plug in right next to Sewell on day one.
38. Philadelphia Eagles: Rashod Bateman, WR, Minnesota
The Philadelphia Eagles need more wide receiver help, and they will most likely release Alshon Jeffery this offseason. Bateman can come in and start on day one for Philly. Bateman is one of the best route runners in this draft.
39. Detroit Lions: Greg Newsome, CB, Northwestern
The Detroit Lions still need help at corner after selecting Jeffrey Okudah last year. Greg Newsome is another extremely polished B1G corner who can immediately step-in and step-up in Aaron Glenn’s defense.
40. Carolina Panthers: Nick Bolton, LB, Missouri.
Phil Snow’s defense lacks an extremely physical MIKE linebacker. Nick Bolton can come in and insert pure SEC physicality into the Carolina Panthers defense.
41. Denver Broncos: Tyson Campbell, CB, Georgia
The Denver Broncos saved $13.2 million when they cut A.J. Bouye. Pairing Tyson Campbell and Michael Ojemudia would provide Denver with a young duo of outside corners for the next three years.
42. Dallas Cowboys: Liam Eichenberg, OT, Notre Dame
Liam Eichenberg at 42 is a steal. Eichenberg is a natural left tackle who will be groomed to replace Hall of Fame offensive tackle Tyron Smith.
43. New York Giants: Carlos Basham, DE, Wake Forest
The New York Giants 3-tech Dalvin Tomlinson is a free agent, and he is not a lock to return. It wouldn’t be a classic Gettleman draft without drafting a defensive lineman. Dave Gettlemen has a type, they’re big, physical trench guys, and he calls them “hog mollies.” Carlos Basham is big and physical at 6ft 3in and 281 lbs. Basham is the definition of a “hog molly.”
44. San Francisco 49ers: Landon Dickerson, C, Alabama
The is a high-risk/high-reward pick for the San Francisco 49ers. Landon Dickerson plays like a top-25 player but has missed time in all four years at Alabama. That will cause him to slide to the 49ers at 44. Dickerson has incredible play-strength and leadership skills.
45. Los Angeles Chargers: Creed Humphrey, C, Oklahoma
Mike Pouncey has called it a career, and the Los Angeles Chargers are looking for a new center. Creed Humphrey can plug-and-play on day one and make an impact in the locker room.
46. Jacksonville Jaguars: Teven Jenkins, OT, Oklahoma State.
The Jacksonville Jaguars need to protect their generational talent in Trevor Lawrence. Jaawan Taylor should be kicked over to the blindside, and Teven Jenkins should be allowed to bully defenders on the right starting day one.
47: New England Patriots: Terrace Marshall Jr, WR, LSU
Without a doubt, the New England Patriots had the worst wide receivers room in all of football last season. Terrace Marshall is a walking touchdown who will add the big-play ability to Josh McDaniels offense.
48. Arizona Cardinals: Travis Ettiene, RB, Clemson
Kenyan Drake is most likely not returning to the Arizona Cardinals in 2021. The Cards grab Travis Ettiene to establish the run-game that their passing game will open up.
49. Las Vegas Raiders: Deonte Brown, OG, Alabama
Deonte Brown is a perfect scheme fit for what the Las Vegas Raiders want to do upfront. The Raiders’ offensive line is rather old, and Deonte Brown can provide immediate depth in-case of injury.
50. Miami Dolphins: Chazz Surratt, LB, North Carolina
Chazz Surratt does a little bit of everything, and Brian Flores covets versatility.
The North Carolina defender hasn’t been playing linebacker long and has a high ceiling. His growth under the former linebacker coach will be enormous in his first two years.
51. Washington Football Team: D’Wayne Eskridge, WR, Western Michigan
The Washington Football Team desperately needs a second receiver to complement star Terry McLaurin. D’Wayne Eskridge is a speedy and shifty prospect who will make things easier for whoever is behind center in our nation’s capital.
52. Chicago Bears: Trey Smith, OG, Tennessee
Trey Smith is a bully who will carve open holes for David Montgomery. Smith is a high-risk player due to his issue with blood clots in his lung that caused him to miss the 2018 season.
53. Indianapolis Colts: Rondale Moore, WR, Purdue
Carson Wentz needs quality weapons if he is going to succeed. Pairing an explosive receiver like Rondale Moore with Michael Pittman Jr. is an excellent way to sure up the receiving core.
54. Tennessee Titans: Daviyon Nixon, DT, Iowa
Daviyon Nixon was the highest riser amongst defensive tackles this season. Daviyon Nixon and Jeffrey Simmons would create a fearsome duo on the interior of the Titans defensive line.
55. Seattle Seahawks: Spencer Brown, OT, Northern Iowa
Revamping the offensive line to quell Russell Wilson’s frustrations should be John Schneider’s top priority. Spencer Brown has starting-caliber athleticism and impressive measurables. He is relatively raw, and Brown could benefit from sitting back and watching during his rookie year.
56. Pittsburgh Steelers: Javonte Williams, RB, North Carolina
The Pittsburgh Steelers have an opening at running back due to James Conner’s likely departure this offseason. Javonte Williams is a phenomenal back who runs behind his pads and has exceptional contact balance. He will be called upon to tote the rock very early into his career in black and gold.
57. Los Angeles Rams: Dayo Odeyingbo, DE, Vanderbilt
Leonard Floyd is poised to get paid, and the Los Angeles Rams don’t usually shell out big money to departing defenders. Days Odeyingbo is one of the most scheme versatile pass-rushers in the class and will make a splash once he returns from injury.
58. Cleveland Browns: Israel Mukumaru, CB, South Carolina
The Cleveland Browns desperately need a quality second cornerback to pair opposite of Denzel Ward. He is a huge, physical corner who will erase the AFC’s more vertical, jump ball receivers (Chase Claypool, Tee Higgins).
59. Baltimore Ravens: Josh Myers, C, Ohio State.
The center position is a mess in Baltimore. Josh Myers is a high-pedigree center who can take over and generate running lanes for former teammate J.K. Dobbins.
60. New Orleans Saints: Elijah Moore, WR, Ole Miss
Elijah Moore is a fantastic receiver who is blazing fast and has reliable hands. Moore is one of the more versatile receivers in this class. He can work out of any wide receiver slot.
61. Green Bay Packers: Amon-Ra St. Brown, WR, USC
Amon-Ra St. Brown comes to Green Bay to pair with his brother, Equanimeous, and superstar Devante Adams. St. Brown will appease Aaron Rodgers’s appetite for more weapons.
62. Buffalo Bills: Jabril Cox, LB, LSU
Reading the tea leaves would tell me that Matt Milano will get paid and depart in free agency. Jabril Cox is a splash coverage linebacker who can replace Milano’s role as WILL linebacker.
63. Kansas City Chiefs: Dyami Brown, WR, North Carolina.
Dyami Brown has an insane release off the line. He creates a trio of speedsters with Tyreek Hill and Mecole Hardman.
64. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Mac Jones, QB, Alabama
Mac Jones is the future after Tom Brady retires. Athletically speaking, Mac Jones is very comparable to Tom Brady. Mac Jones allows Byron Leftwich to maintain the same offense after the GOAT retires.
Mock Draft Day 2, Round 3:
65. Jacksonville Jaguars: Pat Friermuth, TE, Penn State
The Jacksonville Jaguars tight end room is arguably the worst in the league. Pat Friermuth, aka “Baby Gronk” can be a reliable target and stout blocker for Trevor Lawrence.
66. New York Jets: Victor Dimukeje, DE, Duke
The New York Jets need a lot of pass-rush and run support help. Victor Dimukeje can do both. He possesses an insane motor that new Head Coach Robert Saleh will love.
67. Houston Texans: David Moore, OG, Grambling State.
The Houston Texans released Nick Martin; they need to rebuff their interior offensive line. David Moore is as physical as they come and pave alleys for highly-priced running back David Johnson.
68. Atlanta Falcons: Trey Sermon, RB, Ohio State
The Todd Gurley experiment died on the vine, and the Atlanta Falcons need an athletic running back who can produce right off the bat. Trey Sermon is an explosive back who will thrive in Arthur Smith’s offense.
69. Cincinnati Bengals: Amani Rodgers, WR, Clemson
A.J. Green is most likely leaving Cincinnati this offseason. Amani Rodgers can come in and provide solid depth behind Tyler Boyd and former teammate Tee Higgins.
70. Philadelphia Eagles: Baron Browning, LB, Ohio State
Baron Browning at 70 feels like a steal. Browning will easily be a starter for Philadelphia next year. Their linebacking core is the worst in the league.
71. Detroit Lions: Joe Tryon, DE, Washington
Tryon is a mixed bag player in this draft. Some scouts love his burst and first step, while others believe he flares out and often disappears after impact plays. Dan Campbell will hope to light the fire and keep it burning.
72. Carolina Panthers: Brevin Jordan, TE, Miami (FL)
Brevin Jordan to Carolina is one of my favorite fits. Brevin Jordan is a stellar receiving tight end who will help amplify Joe Brady’s offense. The Panthers are in desperate need of a versatile tight end after the Ian Thomas experiment failed.
73. Denver Broncos: Levi Onwuzurike, DT Washington.
The Denver Broncos released Jurrell Casey, and they will need to restock as their other stud defensive tackle could be on the move in free agency. Onwuzurike is one of the best interior pass-rushers in this draft. He will slide in nicely next to Malik Reed and Bradley Chubb.
74. Dallas Cowboys: Marlon Tuipulotu, DT, USC
The Dallas Cowboys need to get beefer upfront, and Marlon Tuipulotu allows them to generate pressure and contain the run in the interior more effectively.
75. New York Giants: Ambry Thomas, CB, Michigan
Ambry Thomas is a two-year projection pick. Ambry Thomas and James Bradberry are two amazingly skilled man corners, and they will pair well together perfectly.
76. Washington Football Team: Kyle Trask, QB, Florida
Kyle Trask is a gamble at 76. However, with no other quality quarterback options left, Washington will willingly roll the dice. Kyle Trask is a consistent intermediate passer with concrete leadership attributes.
77. Los Angeles Chargers: Quincy Roche, DE, Miami (FL)
Melvin Ingram is on his way out of Los Angeles this offseason. Quincy Roche had highly productive seasons at Temple and Miami (FL). He boasts 30.5 career sacks. Roche will replace Ingram in Brandon Staley’s defense.
78. Minnesota Vikings: Aaron Banks, OG, Notre Dame
The Minnesota Vikings are in search of some help when it comes to boosting their offensive line. His play-strength allows him to move defenders off their spot and produce lanes for Dalvin Cook.
79. Arizona Cardinals: Elijah Molden, CB, Washington
Elijah Molden is a ballhawk who always seems to be in play when the football is thrown. He is extremely fast and reminds me of a young Tyrann Mathieu.
80. Las Vegas Raiders: Jay Tufele, DT, USC
The Las Vegas Raiders need a physical presence who can dominate b gaps and rush the passer. That is precisely Jay Tufele’s build.
81. Miami Dolphins: Jevon Holland, S, Oregon
Jevon Holland is a versatile weapon in the secondary. He will thrive as nickelback in the NFL. He should also be able to play safety too. Brian Flores will fall in love with his ability to operate everywhere.
82. Washington Football Team: Hamsah Nasirildeen, S, Florida State
Hamsah Nasirildeen is a physical safety who has tremendous body-control and can take the ball away from opposing quarterbacks. Landon Collins and Hamsah Nasirildeen would be a killer duo on the back-end of Washington’s defense.
83. Chicago Bears: Tylan Wallace, WR, Oklahoma State
Allen Robinson II does not wish to continue in Chicago, and Chicago can’t survive on Darnell Mooney alone. Tylan Wallace comes in to replace Allen Robinson as the jump-ball, contested catch guy.
84. Philadelphia Eagles: Keith Taylor, CB, Washington
This is the pick acquired from the Carson Wentz trade. The Philadelphia Eagles need more cornerback help, and man-coverage erasure like Taylor would be a great addition.
85. Tennessee Titans: Shi Smith, WR, South Carolina
Corey Davis is going to break the bank this offseason, and it will not be in Tennessee. Shi Smith can operate as wide receiver two behind A.J. Brown
86. New York Jets: Michael Carter, RB, North Carolina
The New York Jets desperately need quality running back. Michael Carter is an explosive back with phenomenal hands and run-after-catch ability.
87. Pittsburgh Steelers: Robert Hainsey, OG, Notre Dame
The Pittsburgh Steelers want to get back into the power-run game, and grabbing a guard behind to develop David DeCastro and eventually take his spot is paramount.
88. Detroit Lions: Charles Snowden, LB, Virginia
Charles Snowden is a prospect who oozes physical talent – he just has to put it all together mentally. He has terrific length and towers at 6ft 6in and will eventually be the primary MIKE linebacker for the Detroit Lions.
89. Cleveland Browns: Alim McNeill, DT, NC. State
Alim McNeill is a very technical pass rusher that can line up all over the defensive line. McNeill has a good power-to-speed combo and can continuously mix it up to keep his opponents on edge. McNeill will be Larry Ogunjobi’s replacement.
90. Minnesota Vikings: Tommy Togai, DT, Ohio State
Tommy Togai will be picked purely on his ability to plug A gap or B gap and significantly hinder opposing run games. The Minnesota Vikings got run over last season, and they need to re-up with the defensive talent to compete in the NFC North.
91. Cleveland Browns: Payton Turner, DE, Houston
The Cleveland Browns have to pay Olivier Vernon this offseason, and bringing him back on a short-term deal rather than long-term seems to be the best move. Payton Turner can develop behind Vernon. Turner is a solid power-rusher who fits Cleveland’s mold.
92. Green Bay Packers: Jackson Carman, OT, Clemson.
Jackson Carman is a somewhat technically put-together prospect. There are two questions with him, however? Is he big enough to play offensive tackle, and can he clean up his penalty issue? If he can and is, he could replace Rick Wagner for RT in 2022.
93. Buffalo Bills: Hamilcar Rashed, DE, Oregon State
Hamilcar Rashed is another pure upside pick. The Buffalo Bills need some extra juice coming off the edge. His fast and can bend around the perimeter at will.
94. Kansas City Chiefs: Dylan Moses, LB, Alabama
Before his ACL injury, Dylan Moses was regarded as the top linebacker in college football. The Kansas City Chiefs can afford to swing at the fences because they’re already so good, and his upside is too significant to pass on. However, if he plays like he did this year, he will soon be out of the league.
95. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Patrick Jones II, DE, Pittsburgh
Rumors are swirling that the Bucs won’t re-sign Shaquil Barrett, and if so, they need an impact rookie who can make plays. Jones is a storied pass-rusher with the measurables and the production to indicate he can contribute very early on. He could be a steal in the draft.
96. New England Patriots: Hunter Long, TE, Boston College
The Patriots spent two-thirds on tight ends last year and will swing again. Hunter Long can operate as a high-volume passing target in Josh McDaniels’ offense. He is a safe bet at tight end, and Bill Belichick values reliability.
97. Los Angeles Chargers: Pete Werner, LB, Ohio State.
Pete Werner is a prototypical SAM linebacker in the league, and he would be a solid depth piece in Brandon Staley’s defense his first year as Los Angeles Chargers head coach.
98. New Orleans Saints: Cameron McGrone, LB, Michigan
Cameron McGrone is a physical, tough linebacker who will play through injury. The Michigan product is an effective blitzer and is an able-run defender.
99. Dallas Cowboys: Paulson Adebo, CB, Stanford
Paulson Adebo will give the Dallas Cowboys depth behind Caleb Farley and Trevon Diggs. Adebo is an excellent corner with a high football IQ and fantastic ability to take away the football. Adebo has a football mind comparable to Richard Sherman’s when he came out.
100. Los Angeles Rams: Kelvin Joseph, CB, Kentucky
The Los Angeles Rams have Troy Hill as an unrestricted free agent and Darious Williams as a restricted free agent. Kelvin Joseph or Bossman Fat is an insurance policy to ensure the Rams have marquee corners on the outside.
101. Tennessee Titans: Tommy Tremble, TE, Notre Dame
The Tennessee Titans likely lose Jonnu Smith in free agency, and they intend to replace him with a tight end from the rich Notre Dame pipeline. Tommy Tremble is a developmental tight end with upside as a Y receiver.
102. San Francisco 49ers: Walker Little, OT, Stanford
Walker Little was regarded as a first-round pick before his stock plummeted due to injury. He excels in space and has excellent movement skills. He can develop to take over for Trent Williams or soon-to-be free agent Mike McGlinchey.
103. Los Angeles Rams: Brady Christensen, OT, BYU
Andrew Whitworth is 39 years old and only getting older. Sitting Brady Christensen behind him this year and then making Brady the starter in 2022 makes a lot of sense.
104: Baltimore Ravens: Drew Himmelman, OT, Illinois State
The Baltimore Ravens are most likely trading Orlando Brown this offseason. The Ravens like to take fliers on extremely athletic offensive lineman. Himmelman is 6ft, 10in tall, and weighs 325 lbs.
105: New Orleans Saints: Jaime Newman, QB, Wake Forest
Jaime Newman is an athlete, through and through. He has terrific mobility and usually won’t go down after the first hit due to his large frame and fighting mentality. I had the opportunity to speak with him, and he has impeccable character. The question is can he clean up his decision-making? He made some questionable throws on tape and at the Senior Bowl.
Mock Day 3, Round 4:
106. Jacksonville Jaguars: Osa Odighizuwa, DT, UCLA.
The Jacksonville Jaguars have huge holes in the middle of their defense. Osa Odighizuwa will provide the Jags with interior pass-rush help.
107. New York Jets: Monty Rice, LB, Georgia
The C.J. Mosley experiment hasn’t worked out. He has missed significant time the last two seasons. Depth behind him is a crucial role that has to be filled this offseason. Monty Rice was the middle man in Georgia’s stellar defense, and he can operate as the middle-man in the Jets.
108. Houston Texans: Shaun Wade, CB, Ohio State
The Houston Texans need help at the cornerback position but don’t have a lot of picks. Shaun Wade was a first-round player this offseason before plummeting his stock. The lowly Texans are willing to take a flier on a high-pedigree player.
109. Atlanta Falcons: Richie Grant, S, UCF
The Atlanta Falcons are primed to lose Damontae Kazee this offseason. The Falcons grab Richie Grant to replace him at free safety and ensure continued turnover production.
110. Cincinnati Bengals: Rodarius Williams, CB, Oklahoma State
Rodarius Williams is a very skilled player who is scheme versatile. However, he will be nearly 25 years old when he steps on an NFL field for the first time.
111. Cleveland Browns: Sage Surratt, WR, Wake Forest
If the Cleveland Browns opt to move on from Odell Beckham Jr, they will need another playmaker on the outside. Sage Surratt is a physical receiver with good hands and ball skills. He will play sooner rather than later for Cleveland.
112. Detroit Lions: Marvin Wilson, DT, Florida State
The Detroit Lions interior defensive line unit is a hot mess. Marvin Wilson brings athletic upside while the Lions continue to retool the position.
113: Carolina Panthers: James Hudson III, OT, Cincinnati.
Hudson hasn’t been playing offensive tackle long, but he is getting better each game. Hudson can slide in at left tackle if the Carolina Panthers opt to go younger and not re-sign Russell Okung.
114: Denver Broncos: Tony Fields II, LB, West Virginia
The Denver Broncos need to inject athleticism into their linebacking core. Fields can come in a play as a two-down WILL linebacker and bring down ball carriers.
115. Dallas Cowboys: Ben Cleveland, OG, Georgia
Dallas’s offensive line was shredded by injuries, and depth was less than optimal last season. Cleveland can sit and learn behind one of the NFL’s best-run blockers in Zach Martin while providing quality depth on the line’s interior.
116. New York Giants: David Mills, QB, Stanford
Daniel Jones has been a sub-par quarterback these last two seasons, while David Mills won’t threaten for the starting job immediately. If prolonged ineptitude with Jones occurs, Mills could be used to inject fresh life into this offense.
117. San Francisco 49ers: Andre Cisco, S, Syracuse
This was the best player available selection. Andre Cisco is a ballhawk with a tremendous athletic profile at safety.
118. Los Angeles Chargers: Nico Collins, WR, Michigan
Don’t let the box-score fool you; Nico Collins is a baller. Collins, like Michigan counterpart Donovan Peoples-Jones, translates better to the NFL than to Michigan’s offense. Nico Collins is a safety-blanket in case Mike Williams is too expensive or out-right not retained next offseason.
119: Minnesota Vikings: Paris Ford, S, Pittsburgh
Per source: “No foreseeable outcome in which Anthony Harris remains a Minnesota Viking.” They will have to replace his production immediately. Paris Ford is an athletic safety who can play split-zone high or come down in the box and hammer some ball carriers.
120: New England Patriots: Tyler Shelvin, DT, LSU
Bill Belichick covets high-profile pedigree players from winning programs on defense. Tyler Shelvin fits the New England Patriots mold as a rotational run-stopper.
121: Houston Texans: Tutu Atwell, WR, Louisville
The Houston Texans have a lot of moving pieces at wide receiver since they ignorantly traded DeAndre Hopkins. They need additional help at wide receiver help, and Atwell can add a new dimension to the Texans offense with his game-breaking speed.
122: Las Vegas Raiders: Ar’Darius Washington, S, TCU
Ar’Darius Washington is an undersized but dynamic player. Washington is fluid in coverage, and Gus Bradley’s defense requires natural cover artists. He could push for playing time very early into the season.
123: Miami Dolphins: Drake Jackson, C, Kentucky
The Miami Dolphins value play strength up-front. Drake Jackson is an excellent zone-run blocker who has interior versatility.
124: Washington Football Team: Kary Vincent Jr, CB, LSU
The Washington Football Team needs depth at cornerback. Kary Vincent could be a starter if Ronald Darby isn’t re-signed. He is a natural athlete and can follow the fastest players downfield.
125: Minnesota Vikings: Seth Williams, WR, Auburn
The Minnesota Vikings don’t have anyone of value at wide receiver outside of Adam Thielen and Justin Jefferson. Seth Williams can be the third option at wide receiver with his large frame and strong hands.
126: Indianapolis Colts: Jaylen Twyman, DT, Pittsburgh
Selecting Jalen Tynman would give the Indianapolis Colts a terrifying pass-rush duo in the middle of their defensive line. DeForest Buckner and Jalen Tynman could be the best defensive tackle duo in the NFL.
127: Tennessee Titans: Kellen Mond, QB, Texas A&M
The Tennessee Titans do not have a quality backup or developmental quarterback on the roster. Ryan Tannehill had some bad injury years from 2016-2018, and it wouldn’t hurt to have a dependent second-string quarterback.
128: Seattle Seahawks: Darius Stills, DT, West Virginia
Darius Stills will be part of Seattle’s rotational defensive line packages on day one. His upside as a fast interior penetrator could have his snap percentage rising as the season goes on.
129: Pittsburgh Steelers: Shakur Brown, CB, Michigan State
Shakur Brown is a developmental corner who can sit behind and learn from Joe Haden whose contract expires after the 2021 season.
130: Jacksonville Jaguars: Anthony Schwartz, WR, Auburn
Anthony Schwartz has the potential to break the 40-yard dash record. Teams will covet his top-end speed.
131: Cleveland Browns: James Wiggins, S, Cincinnati
James Wiggins is a ballhawk safety who could generate the splash-plays that the Cleveland Browns secondary has lacked.
132: Baltimore Ravens: Tre McKitty, TE, Georgia
The Baltimore Ravens need a third tight-end to execute the 1-3 packages they excelled with during their 14-2 2019 season. Tre McKitty has natural hands and would excel as a pass-catcher alongside Mark Andrews.
133: New Orleans Saints: Ronnie Perkins, DE, Oklahoma
It appears that break-out defensive end Trey Hendrickson will be departing this offseason. They can add Ronnie Perkins to provide immediate relief. The Saints love defensive ends with length, and Perkins has incredibly long arms.
134: Green Bay Packers: Tommy Kraemer, OG, Notre Dame
The Green Bay Packers require offensive line depth. Tommy Kraemer played and thrived in a high pedigree offensive line program at Notre Dame. He will be reliable if called on.
135. Minnesota Vikings: Adrian Ealy, OT, Oklahoma
The Minnesota Vikings have a lot of work to do at left tackle this offseason. If they retain Riley Reiff, they must grab a developmental tackle like Adrian Ealy.
136. Kansas City Chiefs: LaBryan Ray, DT, Alabama
LaBryan Ray will pair excellently as chief run-stopper next to star pass-rusher Chris Jones.
137. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Kenneth Gainwell, HB, Memphis
Tampa Bay’s running back room has been a confusing mess this season. Kenneth Gainwell gives the Bucs their definitive running back one next season.
138. New England Patriots: Richard LeCounte III, S, Georgia
It wouldn’t be a regular draft cycle with the New England Patriots selecting a defensive back. LeCounte will be groomed to replace Devin McCourty. LeCounte’s leadership will impact the Patriots locker room.
139. Dallas Cowboys: Kenny Yeboah, TE, Ole Miss
Dallas lacks a standout tight-end. Yeboah would be a great addition to their treasure bag of skill-position talent.
140. Los Angeles Rams: Quinn Meinerz, C, Wisconsin-Whitewater
The Los Angeles Rams need to get better on the inside of the line. Physical specimen Quinn Meinerz would make an immediate impact.
141. Pittsburgh Steelers: Tedarrell Slayton, DT, Florida
The Pittsburgh Steelers value cheap, rational defensive tackles. Slayton fits the bill.
142. Green Bay Packers: Naquan Jones, DT, Michigan State
Naquan Jones would complement Kenny Clark well on the offensive line. Sub-package player
143. Minnesota Vikings: Thomas Graham, CB, Oregon
Thomas Graham is a depth piece behind young corner Cameron Dantzler and Jeff Gladney.
144. Kansas City Chiefs: D’Ante Smith, OT, East Carolina
D’Ante Smith’s stock has shot up in recent weeks. The Kansas City Chiefs need to hoard offensive linemen after what happened in Super Bowl 55.
145. New England Patriots: Chuba Hubbard, RB, Oklahoma State
The Patriots love high-upside, pedigree running backs in the middle rounds. Chuba Hubbard and Damien Harris become the new Rex Burkhead and James White.
Mock Day 3, Round 5:
146. Jacksonville Jaguars: Jaret Patterson, RB, Buffalo
Jaret Patterson and James Robinson create a young duo at running back for the Jacksonville Jaguars.
147. New York Jets: Nick Eubanks, TE, Michigan
Nick Eubanks could solve the New York Jets issues at tight end once and for all. They lack an impact starter.
148. Houston Texans: Daelin Hayes, DE, Notre Dame
The Houston Texans pass-rush is horrendous, and Daelin Hayes could add some splash to a unit that lost J.J. Watt.
149. Atlanta Falcons: Olaijah Griffin, USC, CB
The Atlanta Falcons have significant issues at cornerback. Olajiah Griffin can come in and start on the outside of the defense.
150. Cincinnati Bengals: Joshuah Bledsoe, S, Missouri
Joshuah Bledsoe is a versatile defender who can play high or down in the box. He is a volume tackler with special team ability.
151: Philadelphia Eagles: Rashad Weaver, DE, Pittsburgh
The Philadelphia Eagles value potential defenders, and Weaver can slide in and make an impact when called on.
152: Detroit Lions: Janarius Robinson, DE, Florida State
Janarius Robinson oozes top-end measurables and has a unique athletic profile. The Detroit Lions hope to weaponize him.
153: Carolina Panthers: Mustafa Johnson, DE, Colorado
The Carolina Panthers need depth behind Brian Burns and Yetur Gross-Matos. Mustafa Johnson can sub in and play at a high-level.
154: Denver Broncos: Alaric Johnson, OT, Iowa.
The Denver Broncos have no depth at offensive tackle. Alaric Johnson comes from offensive lineman university and has potential at left tackle could be maximized over time.
155: Philadelphia Eagles: Caden Sterns, S, Texas
Jonathan Gannon’s defense lacks a versatile safety. Caden Sterns can be the high-flying safety that makes plays on the ball.
156. New York Jets: Marcus Murphy, S, Mississippi State
Marcus Maye is a free agent, and they may opt not to pay him due to him being a surprising 28 years old. Murphy can provide depth behind a veteran safety.
157: San Francisco 49ers: Marlon Williams, WR, UCF
The San Francisco 49ers need wide receiver depth who can produce. Kyle Shanahan will value Marlon Williams’ run-after-catch ability.
158: Los Angeles Chargers: Robert Rochell, CB, Central Arkansas
Robert Rochell has NFL starter measurables and phenomenal drive.
159: Minnesota Vikings: Shane Buechele, QB, SMU
The Minnesota Vikings, like Tennessee, lack a true developmental backup quarterback. Shane Buechele would sit comfortably behind Kirk Cousins.
160: New England Patriots: Cole Van Lanen, OT, Wisconsin
The New England Patriots took an offensive lineman flier for the Big Ten last offseason, and it paid off. Now, they will do it again, with tackle Cory Van Lanen.
161: Arizona Cardinals: Shaka Toney, DE, Penn State
Shaka Toney is an explosive high-upside who can make an impact off-the-line on day one. I just prefer to stay away from Penn State and the troubles their program entails.
162: Buffalo Bills: Khalil Herbert, RB, Virginia Tech
The Buffalo Bills have a mess in their running back room. Khalil Hebert can come in and establish himself as their new franchise running back.
163: Las Vegas Raiders: Javian Hawkins, RB, Louisville
Javian Hawkins can be a change-of-pace back who can come in and catch passes out of the backfield. Josh Jacobs is not a reliable pass-catching running back.
164: Washington Football Teams: Trill Williams, CB, Syracuse
The Washington Football Team has acquired another depth corner. Trill Williams is an impact player with his ability to take away the football.
165: Chicago Bears: D.J. Daniel, CB, Georgia
D.J. Daniel played with high pedigree stars at Georgia and is the most underrated corner in this draft class. Daniel is natural at covering on the outside and has special teams upside.
166: Indianapolis Colts: Elerson Smith, DE, Northern Iowa
Elerson Smith dominated the FCS, and now, Elerson will dominate alongside DeForest Buckner and Darius Leonard.
167: Tennessee Titans: Jordan Smith, DE, UAB
Jordan Smith has evolved as a person and a player since his time at Florida. Jordan Smith will reach new heights with the Tennessee Titans’ porous pass-rush.
168: Seattle Seahawks: Jonathon Cooper, DE, Ohio State
The Seattle Seahawks have an awful situation at defensive end. A high pedigree player like Jonathon Cooper could be a fresh breath of air for their obscure unit.
169: Baltimore Ravens: Dazz Newsome, WR, UNC
Dazz Newsome is a dependable slot receiver that can take over if he gets a high-volume of passes thrown his way.
170: Cleveland Browns: Trey Hill, C, Georgia
Trey Hill is a solid-depth piece behind J.C. Tretter. Hill isn’t an outstanding athlete, but he is mentally proficient and technically sound enough to step in and play if needed.
171: Jacksonville Jaguars: Wyatt Hubert, DE, Kansas State
Wyatt Hubert was extremely productive at Kansas State, with 20 sacks in 34 games. It doesn’t hurt to take a swing at the fence and attempt to translate that production on the NFL level.
172: Minnesota Vikings: Ventrell Miller, LB, Florida
Ventrell Miller can sit behind Eric Kendricks and learn to be a MIKE linebacker in the NFL. Miller is a fluid run-stopper who can blitz on occasion.
173: San Francisco 49ers: Demetrius Felton, RB/WR, UCLA
Demetrius Felton is arguably the draft’s most diverse player. Felton can run the football efficiently but is best suited to be out wide at receiver. Kyle Shanahan always values versatility.
174: Green Bay Packers: Tyree Gillespie, S, Missouri
Tyree Gillespie will slot in behind Adrian Amos and provide core special team play with his firm tackling.
175: Buffalo Bills: Bobby Brown III, DT, Texas A&M
The Buffalo Bills have a big hole in the defense next to Ed Oliver. Bobby Brown can come in and make an impact next to Oliver.
176: Kansas City Chiefs: Landon Young, OT, Kentucky
The Kansas City Chiefs just need bodies on their offensive line at this point. Landon Young has SEC physicality and could play if Eric Fisher is unable to start next season.
177: Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Chris Rumph II, DE, Duke
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers saw how vital their pass-rush was in the Super Bowl. Selecting Chris Rumph gives the Bucs a development pass-rusher to keep an influx of young talent on the ball’s defensive side.
178: Green Bay Packers: Cornell Powell, WR, Clemson
This is the Clemson wide receiver Aaron Rodgers wanted, right…. Cornell Powell has good speed and should see the field due to the Packers’ ineptitude to acquire quality receivers.
179: Dallas Cowboys: Divine Deablo, S, Virginia Tech
The Dallas Cowboys have no issues taking developmental guys. Divine Deablo has prototypical safety size and traits. The question is can he put it all together and succeed at the next level.
180: Kansas City Chiefs: Tre Brown, CB, Oklahoma
Tre Brown is one of the more underrated defensive backs in this draft class. Brown had a fantastic Senior Bowl and stole Brock Purdy’s final pass to win the Big XII championship game.
181: Atlanta Falcons: Matt Bushman, TE, BYU
Matt Bushman is an older prospect but could add some extra pop as a blocker behind Hayden Hurst on the depth chart.
182: San Francisco 49ers: Cam Sample, DT, Tulane
The San Francisco 49ers’ defensive line was ravaged by injuries last season. Cam Sample has moved up boards after dominating the Senior Bowl with his physical play.
183. Atlanta Falcons: Lorenzo Neal, DT, Purdue
The Atlanta Falcons lack depth on the interior of the defensive line. Lorenzo Neal would be a solid complementary pass-rusher for Dean Pees.
184. Baltimore Ravens: Robert Jones, OG, Middle Tennessee State
Robert Jones is a heavy sleeper in this year’s draft. Per source: Scouts have come away impressed enough with him on film and over zoom that his stock has significantly propelled.
185. Carolina Panthers: Ian Book, QB, Notre Dame
Matt Rhule selects a quarterback who played against him in the Senior Bowl. Ian Book is a good athlete and can make plays with his legs. He led Notre Dame to two CFP appearances and is highly knowledgeable in the game of football.
186. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Frank Darby, WR, Arizona State
Frank Darby had a phenomenal senior bowl and displayed excellent leadership qualities. Tom Brady is all-in on winning now, and Darby’s long speed would impact the Bay.
Mock Day 3, Round 6:
187. Tennessee Titans: Stone Forsythe, OT, Florida
Stone Forsythe has a massive frame at 6ft 9in, 312 pounds. He can serve as depth behind Taylor Lewan, who has missed 15 of his last 32 games.
188. New England Patriots: Jack Anderson, OG, Texas Tech
The New England Patriots often take a flier on a safe, sure bet on the offensive line late in the draft. Jack Anderson isn’t the best athlete, but his lack of athleticism hasn’t hindered him. Anderson is a great downhill run-blocker.
189. Houston Texans: Patrick Johnson, DE, Tulane
Patrick Johnson was very productive at Tulane across his four seasons in New Orleans. The Houston Texans released J.J. Watt this offseason, and they will need to take educated fliers.
190. Atlanta Falcons: Marquez Stevenson, WR, Houston
Marquez Stevenson has insane speed and would act as Kalif Raymond in Arthur Smith’s offense. In today’s league, you need four quality wide receivers to be competitive.
191. Cincinnati Bengals: Noah Grey, TE, Duke
The Cincinnati Bengals have an awful tight end room. Noah Grey could make an impact behind former second-round pick Drew Sample.
192. Philadelphia Eagles: Jamin Davis, LB, Kentucky
Jamin Davis is a starting linebacker with SEC pedigree. The Philadelphia Eagles currently have the NFL’s worst linebacking core, and Davis could help reinforce the unit.
193. Dallas Cowboys: John Bates, TE, Boise State
Like the Patriots last year, the Cowboys will opt to draft two flier tight ends. John Bates came from nobody to a draftable prospect after killing it at the Senior Bowl. He displayed great hands and is an efficient blocker.
194. Carolina Panthers: Kylin Hill, RB, Mississippi State
The Carolina Panthers could use some fresh legs behind star running back Christian McCaffrey. Matt Rhule got a first-hand look at Kylin Hill while he was on his roster during Senior Bowl week.
195. Denver Broncos: Austin Watkins, WR, UAB
Austin Watkins is the best player available when Denver turns in their card. Austin has a great blend of size and speed. The Alabama-Birmingham product is excellent depth in the Broncos’ relatively young receiving core.
196. New England Patriots: Grant Stuard, LB, Houston
Grant Stuard is a versatile do-it-all linebacker. Bill Belichick values players who can go above and beyond to contribute to their 1/11th on defense.
197. New York Giants: William Bradley-King, DT, Baylor
A Dave Gettlemen draft would not be complete without him selecting at least one defensive tackle. Bradley-King killed it down in Mobile last January.
198. San Francisco 49ers: Deommodore Lenior, CB, Oregon
The San Francisco 49ers are in desperate need of cornerback help. Deommodore Lenior is a stellar nickel corner who can replace K’Waun Williams.
199. Los Angeles Chargers: Marquiss Spencer, DE, Mississippi State
If you haven’t gotten the theme, there has been a run on pass-rushers, and the Los Angeles Chargers will double-dip at the position. Marquiss Spencer is a guy. I have heard people talk up his character and bend, don’t break attitude. Spencer has an outstanding athletic profile and could rise this draft cycle.
200: Minnesota Vikings: Tarron Jackson, DE, Coastal Carolina
The Minnesota Vikings have a lot of work to do at the defensive end. Grabbing Tarron Jackson, who was paramount in Coastal Carolina’s surge, is a great start.
201. New York Jets: Camryn Bynum, CB, California
The New York Jets need depth at corner as well as cemented starters. Camryn Bynum is an excellent immediate depth piece that can develop into a starter.
202. New York Giants: Jimmy Morrissey, C, Pittsburgh
Jimmy Morrisey showed up to play in the Senior Bowl with extremely minimal preparation and absolutely crushed it. Morrissey shot his draft stock up immensely.
203. Miami Dolphins: Sadarius Hutcherson, OG, South Carolina
Sadarius Hutcherson possesses two highly coveted NFL traits. He has played as a starter for four years with the South Carolina Gamecocks, and he has SEC physicality.
204. Houston Texans: Rhomandre Stevenson, RB, Oklahoma
The Houston Texans have an awkward running back situation, and Stevenson could come in and be the feature back.
205. Chicago Bears: Felipe Franks, QB, Arkansas
The Chicago Bears have the worst quarterback situation in the National Football League. Felipe Franks has all the tools to be a great QB, including mobility, arm talent, and velocity. Franks just needs an environment to put it all together.
206. Indianapolis Colts: Zac Thomas, QB, Appalachian State
Like the Chicago Bears, the Indianapolis Colts are throwing a dart at the QB dartboard and hoping it sticks. Zac Thomas is another toolsy prospect with great athleticism.
207. Los Angeles Chargers: Tariq Thompson, S, San Diego State
Tariq Thompson can come in and provide safety depth for the Chargers injury-prone unit or make a splash as a nickel corner immediately in Brandon Staley’s defense.
208. Miami Dolphins: Khyiris Tonga, DT, BYU
Khyiris Tonga will play the role of an A-gap run-stopper in Brian Flores’ defense. The Miami Dolphins will rotate Tonga in and out like their other defensive tackles.
209. Pittsburgh Steelers: Malcolm Koonce, LB, Buffalo
Malcolm Koonce fits Keith Butler’s mold for an outside linebacker. Koonce is extremely athletically gifted, has suburb length, and can win on the outer track.
210. Los Angeles Rams: Jaelon Darden, WR, North Texas
The Los Angeles Rams are likely to lose Josh Reyolds this offseason. The Rams use many different receivers for numerous different offensive packages, and they need another man. Giving Sean McVay a versatile, explosive gadget player like Jaelon Darden would be all sorts of fun.
211. Cleveland Browns: Adetokunbo Ogundeji, DE, Notre Dame
The Cleveland Browns can afford to take a late-round flier on an impact pass-rusher like Adetokunbo Ogundeji. At 6ft 4in and 253 lbs, the Notre Dame alum plays with more power than speed. Ogundeji notched a comfortable six sacks in ten games with the Fighting Irish.
212. Baltimore Ravens: Garret Wallow, LB, TCU
Garret Wallow is a former safety turned linebacker who would operate as a pass-coverage WILL linebacker in today’s game. Wallow would slot in perfectly behind Patrick Queen.
213. Houston Texans: Miller Forristall, TE, Alabama
The Houston Texans need a great many things. One of the team’s most significant needs is a standout tight end. Miller Forristall isn’t a stat-sheet tight end but rather a high pedigree player with an enormous ceiling. He will be a splash player who could be at the top of the depth chart by the end of training camp.
214. Green Bay Packers: Larry Rountree III, RB, Missouri
The Green Bay Packers only have A.J. Dillon on the roster in 2021. Larry Rountree would be quality depth behind Dillon. Rountree is a dense, physical power back with a surprising touch of burst.
215. Buffalo Bills: Dan Moore, OT, Texas A&M
Dan Moore is a project offensive tackle who would provide solid depth behind Dion Dawkins. Moore has played against the SEC’s best pass-rushers and firmly handled them.
216. Tennessee Titans: Shawn Davis, S, Florida
Shawn Davis can be a reliable third safety behind Kenny Vaccaro. Davis will make an impact on special teams.
217. Kansas City Chiefs: Lamont Wade, S, Penn State
Lamont Wade is a sure-tackle who projects as a nickel back in the NFL. Lamont Wade is a gamble, but Kansas City has the luxury of being able to roll the dice on defense.
218. Atlanta Falcons: Jake Curhan, OT, California
Jake Curhan primarily played right tackle for the California Golden Bears. Jake Curhan is simply an insurance policy behind Kaleb McGary.
219. Chicago Bears: Shaun Beyer, TE, Iowa
Shaun Beyer has injury issues but enormous upside. Beyer has sat behind and learned from three NFL tight ends in Noah Fant, T.J. Hockenson, and George Kittle. Shaun is considered one of the best run-blocking tight ends in this class.
220. Philadelphia Eagles: Luke Farrell, TE, Ohio State
Zach Ertz is on his way out of Philadelphia. Luke Farrell will operate as an efficient tight end two behind Dallas Goedert.
221. Green Bay Packers: Talanoa Hufanga, S, USC
The Green Bay Packers grab a second safety to solidify their secondary depth completely. Talanoa Hufanga is a steal in the sixth round’s back-end due to his stellar coverage ability as a free safety or dime linebacker.
222. Minnesota Vikings: Paddy Fisher, LB, Northwestern
Paddy Fisher is built like an old-school linebacker with a modern mind. Fisher fits on early downs to plug gaps and bring down ball carriers. Pat Fitzgerald has instilled ace-level game smarts into him.
Mock Day 3, Round 7:
223. Jacksonville Jaguars: Cade Johnson, WR, South Dakota State
Cade Johnson had a couple of exceptional practices in Mobile. Johnson has reliable speed and natural hands.
224. San Francisco 49ers: Malik Herring, DT, Georgia
The San Francisco 49ers have a lot of questions at defensive end this offseason. Kerry Hyder seems likely to depart this offseason and, despite his unexpected production, it will need to be replaced. Malik Herring has a tremendous motor and an NFL athletic profile. Demeco Ryans will wind him up and let him play opposite of Nick Bosa.
225. Houston Texans: Derrick Barnes, LB, Purdue
The Houston Texans take another educated flier on a rush linebacker. Derrick Barnes is another dart being thrown at the Texans’ inept pass-rush dartboard.
226. Atlanta Falcons: Jordon Scott, DT, Oregon
The Atlanta Falcons plan to implement a variety of 4-3 and 3-4 schemes this season. Jordon Scott can be rotated in to play 0 tech in the 3-4 packages.
227. Cincinnati Bengals: Max Richardson, LB, Boston College
Opting for younger, intelligent linebackers has been a theme since Zac Taylor arrived in Cincy. Max Richardson commanded Boston College’s defense, and he has significant upside as a run-defender.
228. Philadelphia Eagles: Josh Ball, OT, Marshall
Josh Ball has a massive frame at 6ft 8in and 350 lbs. Ball is a developmental tackle, but the Eagles always have an interest in athletic specimens (Jordan Mailata) on the offensive line.
229. Seattle Seahawks: Nahshon Wright, CB, Oregon State
Nahshon Wright is relatively large for the cornerback position at 6ft 4in. He pairs well against physical receivers. Wright is a ballhawk and has five interceptions over 18 games for the Beavers.
230: Carolina Panthers: Chauncey Golston, DE, Iowa
Chauncey Gholston was extremely productive at Iowa last season. Golston notched 5.5 sacks, 8.5 tackles for loss, and 45 total tackles in eight games.
231. Denver Broncos: Brady White, QB, Memphis
Brady White was a significant contributor at Memphis this season. Brady has quality arm talent and can stand in the pockets and take hits. As of recently, the Broncos have had a niche for taking late-round developmental quarterbacks.
232. Dallas Cowboys: Jermar Jefferson, RB, Oregon State
Long-term questions have arisen about Ezekiel Elliott’s future in Dallas. If he is really on his way out, it is crucial to vet possible successors. Jermar Jefferson balled out as a runner in space and in the passing game.
233. Denver Broncos: Damar Hamlin, S, Pittsburgh
Damar Hamlin would be great single-high safety depth. The Denver Broncos will inevitably pay Justin Simmons, and Hamlin will sit comfortably behind him.
234. San Francisco 49ers: Ben Mason, FB, Michigan
The San Francisco 49ers are cash-strapped, and it appears they will be unable to re-sign Kyle Juszczyk. Ben Mason is a terrific blocker and can create a mismatch against linebackers.
235. Los Angeles Chargers: Forrest Merrill, DT, Arkansas State
Forrest Merrill is a natural 0-tech, run-stopping defensive tackle. I expect Brandon Staley to use 3-4 alignments with a 0-tech, and Merrill fits the bill.
236. Minnesota Vikings: Kendrick Green, OG, Illinois
The Minnesota Vikings lack depth on the interior of the offensive line. Kendrick Green is an electric, mobile guard who fits into Kubiak’s zone run scheme.
237. New England Patriots: Peyton Ramsey, QB, Northwestern
Peyton Ramsey is simply an educated flier on a high-profile prospect. The New England Patriots lack a quality quarterback, and Ramsey is an intelligent prospect who could catch Belichick’s eye.
238. Arizona Cardinals: Anthony Hines III, LB, Texas A&M
Anthony Hines missed all of the 2020 season to help his community, but he spent plenty of time focusing on football. Hines will be ready to break out in the desert this season.
239: Washington Football Team: Royce Newman, OG, Ole Miss
Royce Newman has positional versatility and is willing to play all over the offensive line. Newman had a good Senior Bowl and is a down-to-earth person. He can be a glue-guy in Washington’s locker room.
240: Pittsburgh Steelers: Dez Fitzpatrick, WR, Louisville
Dez Fitzpatrick was a solid contributor for the Louisville Cardinals. The Pittsburgh Steelers will value his leadership abilities.
241. Washington Football Team: Benjamin St-Juste, CB, Minnesota
Washington needs cornerback depth more than any team in the NFL. Benjamin St-Juste had a phenomenal Senior Bowl, and his stock has shot up.
242. Las Vegas Raiders: Bryce Thompson, CB, Tennessee
The Las Vegas Raiders are in desperate need of cornerback depth. Thompson is a solid cover corner who will operate as a reserve for the Raiders.
243: Indianapolis Colts: JaCoby Stevens, S, LSU
JaCoby Stevens is an interesting evaluation. Five-star pedigree, extremely physical in coverage, and can play at the line of scrimmage. However, he always seems to be a step-slow and behind the eight ball. If he can put it together and play to his strengths, he should be able to carve out a role in the NFL.
244. Jacksonville Jaguars: Christian Uphoff, S, Illinois State
Christian Uphoff is an athletic freak at safety. He will be quality depth in Jacksonville’s revamped safety unit.
245. Cincinnati Bengals: Mark Webb, Georgia, CB
The fourth Georgia cornerback to be selected in this draft. Webb is purely a depth piece and special teams contributor for the Cincinnati Bengals.
246. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Racey McMath, WR, LSU
Racey McMath is an ace special teamer who is willing to get dirty and lay hard hits. McMath was one of the best gunners in all of college football.
247. Los Angeles Rams: Marco Wilson, CB, Florida
Marco Wilson is simply a flier at the cornerback position. Wilson is immediate depth.
248. Cleveland Browns: Tamorrion Terry, WR, Florida State
The Cleveland Browns have no quality depth behind their top-three receivers. Tamorrion Terry was a top-100 before the season, the Browns hope they can recover the top-100 player.
249. Pittsburgh Steelers: Max Duffy, P, Kentucky
The Pittsburgh Steelers need a fresh leg at the punter position. Duffy has a frickin boot, His career-long is 70 yards. Max will most likely beat out Jordan Berry for the starting spot.
250. Green Bay Packers: Syrus Tuitele, OT, Fresno State
Syrus Tuitele primarily played right tackle at Fresno State. Tuitele is most likely a practice-squad candidate and late-season depth as of right now.
251. Denver Broncos: Drew Seers, LB, Lindenwood
Drew Seers is a high-ceiling D2 prospect. He is fast and rangy for his size. Seers will need some development before being able to be active on game day.
252. Miami Dolphins: Tony Poljan, TE, Virginia
Tony Poljan was very productive ever since he transferred to Virginia. Poljan would operate as an efficient tight end two behind Mike Gesicki.
253: Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Bryan Mills, CB, North Carolina Central
Bryan Mills is a good man corner and fairly well polished. However, he is extremely thin and not viable in run-support. He will need to put on weight and gain some muscle.
Mock Draft Team Selections:
R1, P15: Kyle Pitts, TE, Florida
R2, P48: Travis Etienne, RB, Clemson
R3, P79: Elijah Molden, CB, Washington
R5, P141: Shaka Toney, DE, Penn State
R7, P238: Anthony Hines III, LB, Texas A&M
R1, P4: Justin Fields, QB, Ohio State
R2, P36: Jayson Oweh, DE, Penn State
R3, P68: Trey Sermon, RB, Ohio State
R4, P109: Richie Grant, S, UCF
R5.1, P149: Olaijah Griffin, CB, USC
R5.2, P181: Matt Bushman, TE, BYU
R5.3, P183: Lorenzo Neal, DT, Purdue
R6.1, P190: Marquez Stevenson, WR, Houston
R6.2, P218: Jake Curhan, OT, California
R7, P226: Jordon Scott, DT, Oregon
R1, P27: Joseph Ossai, DE, Texas
R2, P59: Josh Myers, C, Ohio State
R3, P104: Drew Himmelman, OT, Illinois State
R4, P132: Tre McKitty, TE, Georgia
R5.1, P169: Dazz Newsome, WR, North Carolina
R5.2, P184: Robert Jones, OG, Middle Tennessee
R6, P212: Garret Wallow, LB, TCU
R1, P30: Asante Samuel Jr, CB, Florida State
R2, P62: Jabril Cox, LB, LSU
R3, P93: Hamilcar Rashed Jr, DE, Oregon State
R5.1, P162: Khalil Herbert, RB, Virginia Tech
R5.2, P175: Bobby Brown III, DT, Texas A&M
R6, P215: Dan Moore Jr, OT, Texas A&M
R1, P8: Caleb Farley, CB, Virginia Tech
R2, P40: Nick Bolton, LB, Missouri
R3, P72: Brevin Jordan, TE, Miami (FL)
R4, P113: James Hudson, OT, Cincinnati
R5.1, P153: Mustafa Johnson, DE, Colorado
R5.2, R185: Ian Book, QB, Notre Dame
R6, R194: Kylin Hill, RB, Mississippi State
R7, P230: Chauncey Golston, DE, Iowa
R1, P20: Samuel Cosmi, OT, Texas
R2, P52: Trey Smith, OG, Tennessee
R3, P83: Tylan Wallace, WR, Oklahoma State
R5, P165: DJ Daniel, CB, Georgia
R6.1, P205: Feleipe Franks, QB, Arkansas
R6.2, P219: Shaun Beyer, TE, Iowa
R1, P5: Penei Sewell, OT, Oregon
R2, P37: Alijah Vera-Tucker, OG, USC
R3, P69: Amani Rodgers, WR, Clemson
R4, P110: Rodarius Williams, CB, Oklahoma State
R5, P150: Joshuah Bledsoe, S, Missouri
R6, P191: Noah Grey, TE, Duke
R7.1, P227: Max Richardson, LB, Boston College
R7.2, P245: Mark Webb, CB, Georgia
R1, P26: Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah, LB, Notre Dame
R2, P58: Israel Mukuamu, CB, South Carolina
R3.1, P89: Alim McNeill, DT, NC State
R3.2, P91: Payton Turner, DE, Houston
R4.1, P111: Sage Surratt, WR, Wake Forest
R4.2, P131: James Wiggins, S, Cincinnati
R5, P170: Trey Hill, C, Georgia
R6, P211: Adetokunbo Ogundeji, DE, Notre Dame
R7, P248: Tamorrion Terry, WR, Florida State
R1, P10: Patrick Surtain II, CB, Alabama
R2, P42: Liam Eichenberg, OT, Notre Dame
R3, P74: Marlon Tuipulotu, DT, USC
R3, P99: Paulson Adebo, CB, Stanford
R4.1, P115: Ben Cleveland, OG, Georgia
R4.2, P139: Kenny Yeboah, TE, Ole Miss
R5, P179: Divine Deablo, S, Virginia Tech
R6, P193: John Bates, TE, Boise State
R7, P232: Jermar Jefferson, RB, Oregon State
R1, P9: Gregory Rousseau, DE, Miami (FL)
R2, P49: Tyson Campbell, CB, Georgia
R3, P73: Levi Onwuzurike, DT, Washington
R4, P114: Tony Fields II, LB, West Virginia
R5, P154: Alaric Jackson, OT, Iowa
R6, P195: Austin Watkins, WR, UAB
R7.1, P231: Brady White, QB, Memphis
R7.2, P233: Damar Hamlin, S, Pittsburgh
R7.3, P251: Drew Seers, LB, Lindenwood
R1, P7: Ja’Marr Chase, WR, LSU
R2, P39: Greg Newsome II, CB, Northwestern
R3, P71: Joe Tryon, DE, Washington
R3, P88: Charles Snowden, LB, Virginia
R4, P112: Marvin Wilson, DT, Florida State
R5, P152: Janarius Robinson, DE, Florida State
Green Bay Packers:
R1, P29: Zaven Collins, LB, Tulsa
R2, P61: Amon-Ra St. Brown, WR, USC
R3, P92: Jackson Carman, OT, Clemson
R4, P142: Naquan Jones, DT, Michigan State
R5.1, P174: Tyree Gillespie, S, Missouri
R5.2, P178: Cornell Powell, WR, Clemson
R6.1, P214: Larry Rountree III, RB, Missouri
R6.2, P221: Talanoa Hufanga, S, USC
R7, P250: Syrus Tuitele, OT, Fresno State
R3, P67: David Moore, OG, Grambling State
R4, P108: Shaun Wade, CB, Ohio State
R4, P121: Tutu Atwell, WR, Louisville
R5, P148: Daelin Hayes, DE, Notre Dame
R6.1, P189: Patrick Johnson, DE, Tulane
R6.2, P204: Rhamondre Stevenson, RB, Oklahoma
R6.3, P213: Miller Forristall, TE, Alabama
R7, P225: Derrick Barnes, LB, Purdue
R1, P21: Dillon Radunz, OT, North Dakota State
R2, P53: Rondale Moore, WR, Purdue
R4, P126: Jaylen Twyman, DT, Pittsburgh
R5, P166: Elerson Smith, DE, Northern Iowa
R6, P206: Zac Thomas, QB, Appalachian State
R7, P243: JaCoby Stevens, S, LSU
R1.1, P1: Trevor Lawrence, QB, Clemson
R1.2, P25: Eric Stokes, CB, Georgia
R2.1, P33: Trevon Moehrig, S, TCU
R2.2, P46: Teven Jenkins, OT, Oklahoma State
R3, P65: Pat Freiermuth, TE, Penn State
R4.1, P106: Osa Odighizuwa, DE, UCLA
R4.2, P130: Anthony Schwartz, WR, Auburn
R5.1, P146: Jaret Patterson, RB, Buffalo
R5.2, P171: Wyatt Hubert, DE, Kansas State
R7.1, P223: Cade Johnson, WR, South Dakota State
R7.1, P244: Christian Uphoff, S, Illinois State
Kansas City Chiefs:
R1, P31: Wyatt Davis, OG, Ohio State
R2, P63: Dyami Brown, WR, North Carolina
R3, P94: Dylan Moses, LB, Alabama
R4.1, P136: LaBryan Ray, DT, Alabama
R4.2, P144: D’Ante Smith, OT, East Carolina
R5.1, P176: Landon Young, OT, Kentucky
R5.2, P180: Tre Brown, CB, Oklahoma
R6, P217: Lamont Wade, S, Penn State
Las Vegas Raiders:
R1, P17: Jaelan Phillips, DE, Miami (FL)
R2, P49: Deonte Brown, OG, Alabama
R3, P80: Jay Tufele, DT, USC
R4, P122: Ar’Darius Washington, S, TCU
R5, P163: Javian Hawkins, RB, Louisville
R7, P242: Bryce Thompson, CB, Tennessee
Los Angeles Chargers:
R1, P13: Christian Darrisaw, OT, Virginia Tech
R2, P45: Creed Humphrey, C, Oklahoma
R3.1, P77: Quincy Roche, DE, Miami (FL)
R3.2, P97: Pete Warner, LB, Ohio State
R4, P118: Nico Collins, WR, Michigan
R5, P158: Robert Rochell, CB, Central Arkansas
R6.1, P199: Marquiss Spencer, DE, Mississippi State
R6.1, P207: Tariq Thompson, S, San Diego State
R7, P235: Forrest Merrill, DT, Arkansas State
Los Angeles Rams:
R2, P57: Dayo Odeyingbo, DE, Vanderbilt
R3.1, P101: Kelvin Joseph, CB, Kentucky
R3.2, P103: Brady Christensen, OT, BYU
R4, P140: Quinn Meinerz, C, Wisconsin-Whitewater
R6, P210: Jaelon Darden, WR, North Texas
R7, P247: Marco Wilson, CB, Florida
R1.1, P3: Devonta Smith, WR, Alabama
R1.2, P18: Najee Harris, RB, Alabama
R2.1, P35: Alex Leatherwood, OT, Alabama
R2.2, P50: Chazz Surratt, LB, North Carolina
R3, P81: Jevon Holland, S, Oregon
R4, P123: Drake Jackson, C, Kentucky
R6.1, P203: Sadarius Hutcherson, OG, South Carolina
R6.2, P208: Khyiris Tonga, DT, BYU
R7, P252: Tony Poljan, TE, Virginia
R1, P14: Kwity Paye, DE, Michigan
R3.1, P78: Aaron Banks, OG, Notre Dame
R3.2, P90: Tommy Togiai, DT, Ohio State
R4.1, P119: Paris Ford, S, Pittsburgh
R4.2, P125: Seth Williams, WR, Auburn
R4.3, P135: Adrian Ealy, OT, Oklahoma
R4.4, P143: Thomas Graham Jr, CB, Oregon
R5.1, P159: Shane Buechele, QB, SMU
R5.2, P172: Ventrell Miller, LB, Florida
R6.1, P200: Tarron Jackson, DE, Coastal Carolina
R6.2, P222: Paddy Fisher, LB, Northwestern
R7, P236: Kendrick Green, OG, Illinois
New England Patriots:
R1, P15: Micah Parsons, LB, Penn State
R2, P47: Terrace Marshall Jr, WR, LSU
R3, P96: Hunter Long, TE, Boston College
R4.1, P120: Tyler Shelvin, DT, LSU
R4.2, P138: Richard LeCounte III, S, Georgia
R4.3, P145: Chuba Hubbard, RB, Oklahoma State
R5.1, P160: Cole Van Lanen, OT, Wisconsin
R6.1, P188: Jack Anderson, OG, Texas Tech
R6.2, P196: Grant Stuard, LB, Houston
R7, P237: Peyton Ramsey, QB, Northwestern
New Orleans Saints:
R1, P28: Aaron Robinson, CB, UCF
R2, P60: Elijah Moore, WR, Ole Miss
R3.1, P98: Cameron McGrone, LB, Michigan
R3.2, P105: Jaime Newman, QB, Wake Forest
R4, P133: Ronnie Perkins, DE, Oklahoma
New York Giants:
R1, P11: Jaylen Waddle, WR, Alabama
R2, P43: Carlos Basham Jr, DE, Wake Forest
R3, P75: Ambry Thomas, CB, Michigan
R4, P116: Davis Mills, QB, Stanford
R6.1, P197: William Bradley-King, DT, Baylor
R6.2, P202: Jimmy Morrissey, C, Pittsburgh
New York Jets:
R1.1, P2: Zach Wilson, QB, BYU
R1.2, P23: Kadarius Toney, WR, Florida
R2, P34: Ifeatu Melifonwu, CB, Syracuse
R3.1, P66: Victor Dimukeje, DE, Duke
R3.2, P86: Michael Carter, RB, North Carolina
R4, P107: Monty Rice, LB, Georgia
R5.1, P147: Nick Eubanks, TE, Michigan
R5.2, P156: Marcus Murphy, S, Mississippi State
R6, P201: Camryn Bynum, CB, California
R1, P6: Trey Lance, QB, North Dakota State
R2, P38: Rashod Bateman, WR, Minnesota
R3.1, P70: Baron Browning, LB, Ohio State
R3.2, P84: Keith Taylor Jr, CB, Washington
R5.1, P151: Rashad Weaver, DE, Pittsburgh
R5.2, P155: Caden Sterns, S, Texas
R6.1, P192: Jamin Davis, LB, Kentucky
R6.2, P220: Luke Farrell, TE, Ohio State
R7, P228: Josh Ball, OT, Marshall
R1, P24: Jalen Mayfield, OT, Michigan
R2, P56: Javonte Williams, RB, North Carolina
R3, P87: Robert Hainsey, OG, Notre Dame
R4.1, P129: Shakur Brown, CB, Michigan State
R4.2, P141: Tedarrell Slaton, DT, Florida
R6, P209: Malcolm Koonce, LB, Buffalo
R7.1, P240: Dez Fitzpatrick, WR, Louisville
R7.2, P249: Max Duffy, P, Kentucky
San Francisco 49ers:
R1, P12: Jaycee Horn, CB, South Carolina
R2, P44: Landon Dickerson, C, Alabama
R3, P102: Walker Little, OT, Stanford
R4, P117: Andre Cisco, S, Syracuse
R5.1, P157: Marlon Williams, WR, Auburn
R5.2, P173: Demetric Felton, WR/RB, UCLA
R5.3, P182: Cam Sample, DE, Tulane
R6, P198: Deommodore Lenoir, CB, Oregon
R7.1, P224: Malik Herring, DT, Georgia
R7.2, P234: Ben Mason, FB, Michigan
R2, P55: Spencer Brown, OT, Northern Iowa
R4, P128: Darius Stills, DT, West Virginia
R5, P168: Jonathon Cooper, DE, Ohio State
R7, P229: Nahshon Wright, CB, Oregon State
Tampa Bay Buccaneers:
R1, P32: Christian Barmore, DT, Alabama
R2, P64: Mac Jones, QB, Alabama
R3, P95: Patrick Jones II, DE, Pittsburgh
R4, P137: Kenneth Gainwell, RB, Memphis
R5.1, P177: Chris Rumph II, DE, Duke
R5.2, P186: Frank Darby, WR, Arizona State
R7.1, P246: Racey McMath, WR, LSU
R7.2, P253: Bryan Mills, CB, North Carolina Central
R1, P22: Azeez Ojulari, DE, Georgia
R2, P54: Daviyon Nixon, DT, Iowa
R3.1, P85: Shi Smith, WR, South Carolina
R3.2, P100: Tommy Tremble, TE, Notre Dame
R4, P127: Kellen Mond, QB, Texas A&M
R5, P167: Jordan Davis, DE, UAB
R6.1, P187: Stone Forsythe, OT, Florida
R6.2, P216: Shawn Davis, S, Florida
Washington Football Team:
R1, P19: Rashawn Slater, OT, Northwestern
R2, P51: D’Wayne Eskridge, WR, Western Michigan
R3.2, P76: Kyle Trask, QB, Florida
R3.1, P82: Hamsah Nasirildeen, S, Florida State
R4, P124: Kary Vincent Jr, CB, LSU
R5, P164: Trill Williams, CB, Syracuse
R7.1, P239: Royce Newman, OT, Ole Miss
R7.2, P241: Benjamin St-Juste, CB, Minnesota