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MAL1987 | Coach Rocks Mock Draft


Updated: 04/23/2020 1:41PM ET

PickTeamPlayerPos.School
Round 1
1
  Bengals  
Joe BurrowQB LSU
The Bengals make it official with the selection of the Heisman Trophy winner here. Burrow is a no-brainer with All-Pro potential if the proper tools are put around him in Cincy.
2
  Redskins  
Chase YoungDE Ohio State
Another no-brainer here. Credited as being more pro-ready than the Bosa brothers, Young is the best overall player in this class and will be an immediate top 10 edge rusher in the league from day 1.
3
  Lions  
Jeff OkudahCB Ohio State
The Lions can easily trade the pick to a QB-needy team but they decide to stay put and select the replacement for Darius Slay in Okudah. A long corner who was a 5 star recruit, Okudah is a potential day one lockdown corner for Matt Patricia's defense.
4
  Giants  
Jedrick Wills Jr.OT Alabama
Dave Gettleman has made it known he loves big, athletic offensive lineman and Wills fits the bill here. A right tackle at Alabama, Wills was a blindside protector for the left handed Tagovailoa and will have the ability to be a plug and play right tackle for New York.
5
  Dolphins  
Tua TagovailoaQB Alabama
Despite medical concerns the Dolphins have the draft capital to take a chance on Tagovailoa here. An RPO wizard with All-Pro accuracy, Tua, if healthy, can be a franchise quarterback in South Beach for a decade.
6
  Chargers  
Justin HerbertQB Oregon
The Chargers can go a number of directions here including offensive tackle or Isaiah Simmons, but Herbert will be to enticing to pass up as LA tries to create a new culture in a new stadium......and try to find there own version of Patrick Mahomes. Herbert provides that type of upside but will need refinement to get to that level.
7
  Panthers  
Derrick BrownDT Auburn
Another team in transition, the Panthers can go a number of different directions here. With nothing to speak of on the defensive line other than Kawann Short and last years edge rusher Brian Burns, getting a top-5 talent in Brown is a strong building block for Matt Rhule and company.
8
  Cardinals  
Tristan WirfsOT Iowa
Protecting Kyler Murray should be priority number 1, 2 and 3 for Arizona. Selecting Wirfs, arguably the top offensive lineman in the class, gives Arizona an immediate upgrade at RG or RT.
9
  Jaguars  
Isaiah SimmonsOB Clemson
Yet another team with numerous holes to fill, Jacksonville can go with there traditional strategy of best-available player here with Simmons, a versatile chess piece for defensive coordinator Todd Wash who immediately will upgrade the safety or linebacker position, whichever he is utilized at.
10
  Browns  
Mekhi BectonOT Louisville
Similar to Arizona, Cleveland must invest in protection for its franchise QB. After acquiring Jack Conklin in free agency the pick of Becton here creates a bookend of offensive tackles to solidify the front line for Baker Mayfield and running back Nick Chubb.
11
  Jets  
Jerry JeudyWR Alabama
The Jets have glaring holes at OT, WR, CB and Edge defender, making the first selection of the Joe Douglas era a big one. Jerry Jeudy is a former 5-star prospect who lived up to the hype at Alabama and is the most pro-ready prospect of all the receivers in this class.
12
  Raiders  
CeeDee LambWR Oklahoma
Without many explosive playmakers on the outside, the marriage of CeeDee Lamb and the Raiders here is one of the more obvious ones in this first round. Lamb steps in as an immediate #1 target for Derek Carr and John Gruden as the team moves to Las Vegas.
13
  49ers   f/IND
CJ HendersonCB Florida
The 49ers lack of an outside corner opposite Richard Sherman was evident for the world to see on 3rd and 15 in the 4th quarter of Super Bowl LIV. The 6'1 Henderson becomes an immediate starter for San Fransisco and can be bred to be the heir apparent to Sherman as the number one corner of the future.
14
  Buccaneers  
Andrew ThomasOT Georgia
Once regarded as the top offensive tackle and by many as the top player in the class, Andrew Thomas has fallen a bit down draft boards due to perceived issues regarding footwork and the ability to work down to the second level, but at 14th overall Tampa Bay gets a steal and immediate starter on either side to help protect Tom Brady.
15
  Broncos  
Henry Ruggs IIIWR Alabama
After finding there QB of 2020 and potentially beyond in Drew Lock last year and acquiring Melvin Gordon via free agency, Denver adds a speedster to compliment Courtland Sutton and Noah Fant in the pass game for Lock. Ruggs deep ball and big play acumen is a trait Denvers offense has been lacking since the Peyton Manning years.
16
  Falcons  
Javon KinlawDT South Carolina
K'Lavon Chaisson can easily be the pick here, however after acquiring Dante Fowler the more pressing need for Atlanta's front seven is inside to compliment Grady Jarrett. Kinlaw has elite level pass rushing ability but also has boom-or-bust potential.
17
  Cowboys  
K'Lavon ChaissonOB LSU
Following the departure of Robert Quinn Dallas is in need of an edge defender opposite Pro Bowler Demarcus Lawrence. Though secondary help is a possibility here, the upside of Chaisson provides a tool for new defensive coordinator Mike Nolan to work with.
18
  Dolphins   f/PIT
Xavier McKinneyFS Alabama
After trading former first rounder Minkah Fitzpatrick during the season last year, the pick acquired from that move is used here to select his replacement, as McKinney is another former Alabama defensive back who will become an immediate starter for Brian Flores and company.
19
  Raiders   f/CHI
Trevon DiggsCB Alabama
Just as with there first pick of the round, Las Vegas finds a playmaker on the outside, this time defensively though with Diggs, the brother of Bills receiver Stefon Diggs who will team with Trayvon Mullen to create a young duo of corners for the Raiders.
20
  Jaguars   f/LAR
Jordan LoveQB Utah State
If Jacksonville doesn't move up for one of the top three QBs, sitting back and acquiring Jordan Love at 20 makes sense. Love has a ton of upside and potential to become an All-Pro quaterback as he has the physical tools comparable to Patrick Mahomes, however some flaws in his game also have him comparable to former Jaguar first rounder Blaine Gabbert. Development will be crucial for Love and sitting a year behind Gardner Minshew will be necessary.
21
  Eagles  
Justin JeffersonWR LSU
A rash of injuries to the wide receiver position last year showed Philadelphia had glaring weaknesses in regards to depth at the position. The selection of Jefferson, one of Joe Burrows top targets at LSU last season, gives Carson Wentz another weapon to work with.
22
  Vikings   f/BUF
Jeff GladneyCB TCU
Minnesota is starting over at the cornerback position after losing Tray Waynes, Xavier Rhodes and Mackenzie Alexander this offseason. Gladney is a feisty corner with plus ball skills that plays with the effort Mike Zimmer looks for in cornerbacks.
23
  Patriots  
AJ EpenesaDE Iowa
With a number of potential directions to go with this pick including quarterback, Bill Belichick will start his post-TB12 life by selecting the rock solid Epenesa, a scheme versatile DE who played for Kirk Ferentz at Iowa and as a result is one of the more pro-ready defensive lineman available in this draft.
24
  Saints   f/CHI
Patrick QueenIB LSU
After signing Malcolm Jenkins to fill a hole at safety there aren't a ton of glaring holes on the Saints roster as they try to make one more push toward the Super Bowl with Drew Brees. The selection of Patrick Queen provides an immediate impact player defensively and adds much needed speed to the New Orleans linebacking core.
25
  Vikings  
Denzel MimsWR Baylor
After adding a corner at pick 22, Minnesota selects a replacement for recently traded Stefon Diggs at pick 25. Denzel Mims is a physical receiver with good long speed and provides a strong compliment opposite Adam Thielen and potential to become a number one receiver in the league.
26
  Dolphins   f/HOU
Josh JonesOT Houston
With there third pick of the first round Miami fills yet another need with Josh Jones, a high-ceiling, low-floor prospect out of Houston. Though he needs polish Jones has played well versus his best level of competition (2019 vs. Oklahoma) and has the tools to be a quality left tackle in the NFL.
27
  Seahawks  
Yetur Gross-MatosDE Penn State
With Jadeveon Clowney and Ziggy Ansah both free agents and neither returning most likely, the need to draft another first round edge player (after LJ Collier was drafted in 2019) is parmount for the Seattle defense. Gross-Matos is a long-levered pro-ready 4-3 end who fits the range as a late first round pick.
28
  Ravens  
Kenneth MurrayIB Oklahoma
After winning 14 games in the regular season Baltimore was exposed defensively in the playoffs by allowing Derrick Henry to rush for 195 yards in a divisional round loss. Without sufficiently replacing CJ Mosley after losing him via free agency last season, Baltimore selects Kenneth Murray, a highly productive player for the Big 12 champs.
29
  Titans  
Kristian FultonCB LSU
After being torched by Patrick Mahomes in the AFC Championship, Tennessee looks to upgrade there secondary by adding Fulton, an outside corner who can help replace free agent Logan Ryan. Fulton has number 1 corner potential due to his raw athleticism and ability to thrive in man-to-man coverage.
30
  Packers  
Laviska Shenault Jr.WR Colorado
Green Bay has been looking for a complimentary receiver opposite Davonte Adams for years and finally select one in Shenault, the 6'2 220 pounder out of Colorado. A versatile threat who was used as an outside receiver, slot receiver, H-Back, running back and wildcat quarterback for the Buffs, Shenault will be an immediate big play weapon for Aaron Rodgers and Matt LaFluer.
31
  49ers  
Jalen ReagorWR TCU
After using top picks in the past couple years on the receiver position (Deebo Samuel and Jalen Hurd in 2019 and Dante Pettis is 2018) Kyle Shanahan adds another weapon to his offense here in Reagor. A vertical threat with track speed, Reagor provides a replacement for Emmanuel Sanders in San Fransisco. A trade down to accumulate more picks is also a possibility here.
32
  Chiefs  
AJ TerrellCB Clemson
After winning the Super Bowl there aren't many glaring holes for Kansas City, however cornerback is one, especially after losing Kendall Fuller in free agency. Terrell is a long corner who may need to add more strength to be a premier corner in the NFL, however he is an immediate upgrade for Steve Spagnuolo's secondary.
Round 2
33
  Bengals  
Cesar RuizOC Michigan
After swinging and missing to find there center of the future in the first round of 2018 when they selected Billy Price, Cincinnati selects Ruiz to fill the role here. A strong run blocker at Michigan, Ruiz can play either center or guard and be an immediate starter to help protect new quarterback Joe Burrow.
34
  Colts   f/WAS
Brandon AiyukWR Arizona State
The one year deal given to Phillip Rivers earlier this offseason is a clear sign that Indianapolis is looking to win now. The selection of Brando Aiyuk provides a multi-faceted weapon for Rivers and a compliment to veteran TY Hilton.
35
  Lions  
Ross BlacklockDT TCU
After losing both Snacks Harrison and A'Shawn Robinson this offseason, the Lions add the talented Blacklock to fill the hole on the interior of the defensive line. An explosive athlete, Blacklock has All-Pro upside.
36
  Giants  
Zack BaunOB Wisconsin
With multiple holes to fill along the defensive back seven, the Giants have the luxury of taking the best player on the board here with Baun, a versatile linebacker who can do many things for the multiple look, Patriot-esque defense expected to be utilized by New York this season.
37
  Chargers  
Austin JacksonOT Southern Cal
After trading Russell Okung for Trai Turner this offseason, the Chargers have a glaring need for a long-term left tackle. Austin Jackson fits the bill to be that. A younger prospect, Jackson has the tools to become a top-flight blindside protector in the league for years to come.
38
  Panthers  
Jaylon JohnsonCB Utah
Carolina has multiple holes to fill defensively, however none is bigger than corner opposite Donte Jackson. Jaylon Johnson is a pro-ready prospect who was a leader for the Pac-12 South Champs and can be an immediate starter for Matt Rhule.
39
  Dolphins  
D'Andre SwiftRB Georgia
After utilizing three first round picks on a quarterback, O-tackle and safety, the Dolphins add a much needed burst of speed to there backfield with Swift, the first running back off the board. Swift, teamed with recently signed Jordan Howard, gives Miami a strong backfield to lean on offensively.
40
  Texans   f/ARZ
Neville GallimoreDT Oklahoma
Without much to speak of at nose guard following the departure of DJ Reader, Houston selects Neville Gallimore, a sturdy nose-tackle with experience taking on double-teams and keeping linebackers free from blockers for the Big 12 champs.
41
  Browns  
Grant DelpitSS LSU
Once regarded as a potential top-5 player in this class, Grant Delpit slipped down draft boards this year due to a perceived lack of consistency as a tackler. Regardless, Cleveland gets a steal at the top of the second round by getting a much needed playmaker at the safety position.
42
  Jaguars  
Cameron DantzlerCB Mississippi State
After adding Isaiah Simmons in round one, Jacksonville looks to improve there secondary here after failing to address the loss of Jalen Ramsey yet this offseason. Dantzler offers good length and has played well versus top competition in the SEC.
43
  Bears   f/LV
Jeremy ChinnFS Southern Illinois
A fast riser on many draft boards, Jeremy Chinn is a small-school product who had big-time production throughout his college career. A physical specimen, Chinn fills the void left by Ha-Ha Clinton Dix next to Eddie Jackson in Chicago's secondary.
44
  Colts  
Jacob EasonQB Washington
After selecting help for newly acquired Phillip Rivers earlier in the round, Indianapolis selects a potential heir-apparent to him here. A physically well-built quarterback with the ability to make every throw on the field, Eason comes from two (Washington and Georgia) pro-style systems but still need major refinement and development to become a consistent NFL starter.
45
  Buccaneers  
JK DobbinsRB Ohio State
With Tampa Bay clearly in win-now mode, Bruce Arians selects another piece to aid Tom Brady in Tampa. Dobbins is a back built in the mode of Alvin Kamara and will be a productive chess piece for the Buccaneer offense.
46
  Broncos  
Justin MadubuikeDT Texas A&M
Despite acquiring veteran Jurrell Casey this offseason, Denver still needs pieces to add to there defensive line rotation. Madubuike comes with a quick first step and the ability to play in either a 3-4 or 4-3 scheme, making him one of the safer picks in this round.
47
  Falcons  
Curtis WeaverOB Boise State
After passing on adding an edge defender in round one, Atlanta fills that void here with the selection of Weaver. A versatile athlete who has thrived playing out of both a three and two point stance, Weaver is the type of defender Dan Quinn has built his defenses around throughout his career.
48
  Jets  
Ezra ClevelandOT Boise State
With multiple needs on the offensive line, the Jets select the best one available at this point in Ezra Cleveland, a collegiate left tackle who has the ability to move to the right side or bump inside depending on scheme or team need. With multiple offseason acquisitions at the position already, Cleveland gives the Jets another piece to help revamp there offensive line.
49
  Steelers  
Lloyd Cushenberry IIIOC LSU
Following the retirement of Ramon Foster, the Steelers acquire his replacement in Cushenberry, a high character leader of the National Championship LSU Tigers. A center by nature, Cushenberry can plug in at guard while also being developed into the center of the future.
50
  Bears  
Raekwon DavisDE Alabama
After losing Nick Williams via free agency and Akiem Hicks coming off an oft-injured 2019 season, the Bears add to there defensive front with the selection of Davis, the long-limbed former five-star high school recruit. A highly productive player, specifically in his sophomore campaign, Davis has experience playing in a pro-style scheme at Alabama.
51
  Cowboys  
Damon ArnetteCB Ohio State
With Byron Jones leaving via free agency, Dallas adds his replacement here with the selection of Arnette, an athletic corner with big game experience at Ohio State. Playing across from All-American Jeffrey Okudah, Arnette held up exceptionally well, earning second-team all conference honors.
52
  Rams  
Akeem Davis-GaitherOB Appalachian State
With multiple holes to fill after losing a number of contributers via free agency, LA uses its first pick on Akeem Davis-Gaither, a highly athletic though undersized linebacker from Appalachian State. A player who always has his motor going, Davis-Gaither draws similarities to Corey Littleton, whose position he will be taking over for here.
53
  Eagles  
Jordyn BrooksIB Texas Tech
Despite multiple playmakers on both the front end and and backend of the defense, Philadelphia has lacked a game-changer at the linebacker position for a couple years. With the selection of Brooks, a four year starter for the Red Raiders, Philly gets an immediate starter who can become a quality defensive signal caller for a number of years.
54
  Bills  
Terrell LewisOB Alabama
With multiple veteran edge players on the roster (Jerry Hughes, Mario Addison, Trent Murphy), Buffalo adds a young developmental player at the position here in Lewis. Oft-injured throughout his Alabama career, Lewis provides tremendous upside and time to develop as part of a deep D-line rotation early in his Bill career.
55
  Ravens   f/NE/ATL
Jonathan TaylorRB Wisconsin
With Lamar Jackson paired with Mark Ingram in the backfield, Baltimore created an elite ground game in 2019. The Ravens add to that duo with the selection of the ultra-productive Taylor here. A great value selection at pick 55, Taylor comes with extensive experience in a gap scheme and gives Baltimore another weapon to utilize within there rushing attack.
56
  Dolphins   f/NO
Josh UcheOB Michigan
With there fifth selection out of the top 56 picks, Miami adds to there new-look defense with the selection of Uche, an undersized but versatile edge defender. Well schooled as a pass rusher, Uche compliments new acquisitions Kyle Van Noy, Kamu Gruger-Hill, Elandon Roberts and holdover Jerome Baker to give Brian Flores the linebacking core needed to fully unleash his multiple-look defensive scheme.
57
  Texans  
Noah IgbinogheneCB Auburn
RAMS SELECTION: With the pick acquired in the Brandin Cooks trade, the Rams add a second piece to there defense in this round with Igbinoghene, a versatile defender who found a home at cornerback the past two years at Auburn. The 10th cornerback selected over the first 57 picks, Igbinoghene provides depth and competition throughout the LA secondary and will be an immediate factor in sub-packages and special teams units.
58
  Vikings  
Antoine Winfield Jr.SS Minnesota
After selecting a corner in round one, Minnesota adds a familiar name to bolster the secondary more so in round two. Antoine Winfield Jr., the son of the former Pro-Bowler by the same name, brings versatility with the ability to play safety and nickel corner in the mold of Desmond King, the current Charger All-Pro nickelback.
59
  Seahawks  
Isaiah WilsonOT Georgia
A giant of a man and a mauler of a blocker, Isaiah Wilson comes pro-ready from an elite Georgia offensive line. With the loss of Germain Ifedi via free agency, Wilson provides an immediate replacement at the right tackle position and tremendous value near the end of round two.
60
  Ravens  
Tee HigginsWR Clemson
Another tremendous value pick at number 60, the Ravens are able to select the best player available in Tee Higgins. An ultra-productive outside threat with big game experience, Higgins fits perfectly as a complimentary deep threat to team with Hollywood Brown and give Lamar Jackson yet another weapon to have at his disposal.
61
  Titans  
Marlon DavidsonDE Auburn
After moving on from Jurrell Casey this offseason, Tennessee adds a potential replacement at the end of round two in Marlon Davidson from Auburn. A versatile athlete who was asked to play multiple roles for the Tiger defense, Davidson provides depth at both outside linebacker and defensive line for Mike Vrabels squad.
62
  Packers  
Cole KmetTE Notre Dame
After adding a playmaker for Aaron Rodgers in round one, Green Bay, despite having holes in there back seven defensively, adds another with the best player available here. Kmet is a smooth athlete with the ball in his hands and helps replace Jimmy Graham as an intermediate and red zone threat for the Packer offense.
63
  Chiefs   f/SF
Matt HennessyOC Temple
After winning the Super Bowl and filling one of its only holes with there first round selection, Kansas City adds the best player available while filling another hole at the end of round two with the selection of Matt Hennessy from Temple. An athletic center, Hennessy provides an immediate upgrade at either left guard or center and can become a fixture in front of Patrick Mahomes for years to come.
64
  Seahawks   f/KC
Jordan ElliottDT Missouri
Seattle finalizes round two with the selection of Jordan Elliott, a strong run-stuffer from Missouri. A sturdy built 315 pounder, Elliott pairs with pass rush specialists Jarron Reed and Poona Ford to build a strong interior defensive front for Pete Carroll.
Round 3
65
  Bengals  
Lucas NiangOT TCU
66
  Redskins  
Ashtyn DavisFS California
67
  Lions  
Julian OkwaraOB Notre Dame
68
  Jets   f/NYG
Cam AkersRB Florida State
69
  Panthers  
Bryce HallCB Virginia
70
  Dolphins  
KJ HamlerWR Penn State
71
  Chargers  
Clyde Edwards-HelaireRB LSU
72
  Cardinals  
Leki FotuDT Utah
73
  Jaguars  
Jabari ZunigaDE Florida
74
  Browns  
Ben BredesonOG Michigan
75
  Colts  
Harrison BryantTE Florida Atlantic
76
  Buccaneers  
Michael Pittman Jr.WR Southern Cal
77
  Broncos  
Kyle DuggerSS Lenoir-Rhyne
78
  Falcons  
Amik RobertsonCB Louisiana Tech
79
  Jets  
Jonathan GreenardDE Florida
80
  Raiders  
Robert HuntOT Louisiana
81
  Raiders   f/CHI
Davon HamiltonDT Ohio State
82
  Cowboys  
Jalen HurtsQB Oklahoma
83
  Broncos   f/PIT
Prince Tega WanoghoOT Auburn
84
  Rams  
Nick HarrisOC Washington
85
  Lions   f/PHI
Tyler BiadaszOC Wisconsin
86
  Bills  
Zack MossRB Utah
87
  Patriots  
Troy DyeOB Oregon
88
  Saints  
Troy Pride Jr.CB Notre Dame
89
  Vikings  
Matt PeartOT Connecticut
90
  Texans  
Darrell TaylorOB Tennessee
91
  Raiders   f/HOU/SEA
Logan WilsonIB Wyoming
92
  Ravens  
Netane MutiOG Fresno State
93
  Titans  
Anthony McFarland Jr.RB Maryland
94
  Packers  
Evan WeaverIB California
95
  Broncos   f/SF
Michael OjemudiaCB Iowa
96
  Chiefs  
Willie Gay Jr.OB Mississippi State
97
  Browns   F/HOU
Malik HarrisonIB Ohio State
98
  Patriots   F/NFL
Brycen HopkinsTE Purdue
99
  Giants   F/NFL
Donovan Peoples-JonesWR Michigan
100
  Patriots   F/NFL
Jake FrommQB Georgia
101
  Seahawks   F/NFL
Terrell BurgessSS Utah
102
  Steelers   F/NFL
Bradlee AnaeDE Utah
103
  Eagles   F/NFL
Shane LemieuxOG Oregon
104
  Rams   F/NFL
KJ HillWR Ohio State
105
  Vikings   F/NFL
James LynchDT Baylor
106
  Ravens   F/NFL
Adam TrautmanTE Dayton
Round 4
107
  Bengals  
Tyler JohnsonWR Minnesota
108
  Redskins  
Hakeem AdenijiOG Kansas
109
  Lions  
Van JeffersonWR Florida
110
  Giants  
Jonah JacksonOG Ohio State
111
  Texans   f/MIA
Logan StenbergOG Kentucky
112
  Chargers  
Chase ClaypoolWR Notre Dame
113
  Panthers  
Thaddeus MossTE LSU
114
  Cardinals  
Lamar JacksonCB Nebraska
115
  Browns  
Devin DuvernayWR Texas
116
  Jaguars  
Brandon JonesFS Texas
117
  Buccaneers  
Larrell MurchisonDT North Carolina State
118
  Broncos  
Jacob PhillipsIB LSU
119
  Falcons  
Colby ParkinsonTE Stanford
120
  Jets  
Javaris DavisCB Auburn
121
  Raiders  
Eno BenjaminRB Arizona State
122
  Colts  
Damien LewisOG LSU
123
  Cowboys  
James ProcheWR SMU
124
  Steelers  
Rashard LawrenceDT LSU
125
  Patriots   f/CHI
Solomon KindleyOG Georgia
126
  Rams  
Ke'Shawn VaughnRB Vanderbilt
127
  Eagles  
Davion TaylorOB Colorado
128
  Bills  
K'Von WallaceSS Clemson
129
  Ravens   f/NE
Derrek TuszkaDE North Dakota State
130
  Saints  
Khalid KareemDE Notre Dame
131
  Cardinals   f/HOU
Hunter BryantTE Washington
132
  Vikings  
Darnay HolmesCB UCLA
133
  Seahawks  
Alton RobinsonDE Syracuse
134
  Ravens  
Markus BaileyIB Purdue
135
  Steelers   f/MIA/TEN
Julian BlackmonFS Utah
136
  Packers  
Jason StrowbridgeDE North Carolina
137
  Jaguars   f/SF/DEN
Bryan EdwardsWR South Carolina
138
  Chiefs  
Joshua KelleyRB UCLA
139
  Buccaneers   F/NFL
James MorganQB Florida International
140
  Jaguars   F/CHI
Lamical PerineRB Florida
141
  Dolphins   F/NFL
Josiah CoatneyDT Mississippi
142
  Redskins   F/NFL
Albert OkwuegbunamTE Missouri
143
  Falcons   F/BAL
AJ DillonRB Boston College
144
  Seahawks   F/NFL
Ben BartchOT St. John's (MN)
145
  Eagles   F/NFL
Kenny WillekesDE Michigan State
146
  Eagles   F/NFL
Alex TaylorOT South Carolina State
Round 5
147
  Bengals  
Anfernee JenningsOB Alabama
148
  Panthers   F/WAS
Saahdiq CharlesOG LSU
149
  Lions  
Antonio GibsonWR Memphis
150
  Giants  
JR ReedFS Georgia
151
  Chargers  
Dane JacksonCB Pittsburgh
152
  Panthers  
Alex HighsmithOB Charlotte
153
  Dolphins   f/ARZ 2018
Jared PinkneyTE Vanderbilt
154
  Dolphins   f/SEA/PIT/JAX
Jordan FullerFS Ohio State
155
  Vikings   f/CLE/BUF
Justin StrnadIB Wake Forest
156
  49ers   f/DEN
Yasir DurantOT Missouri
157
  Ravens   f/ATL
Antoine Brooks Jr.SS Maryland
158
  Jets  
Geno StoneFS Iowa
159
  Raiders  
AJ GreenCB Oklahoma State
160
  Colts  
DJ WonnumDE South Carolina
161
  Buccaneers  
Darryl WilliamsOC Mississippi State
162
  Redskins   f/PIT/SEA
John HightowerWR Boise State
163
  Bears  
Colton McKivitzOT West Virginia
164
  Cowboys  
Terence SteeleOT Texas Tech
165
  Jaguars   f/LAR
McTelvin AgimDE Arkansas
166
  Lions   f/PHI
Trey AdamsOT Washington
167
  Bills  
Khaleke HudsonOB Michigan
168
  Eagles   f/NE
Darrynton EvansRB Appalachian State
169
  Saints  
Antonio Gandy-GoldenWR Liberty
170
  Jaguars   f/MIN/BAL
Jack DriscollOT Auburn
171
  Texans  
Josiah ScottCB Michigan State
172
  Patriots   f/SEA/DET
Cam BrownOB Penn State
173
  Dolphins   f/BAL/LAR
Calvin ThrockmortonOG Oregon
174
  Titans  
Quartney DavisWR Texas A&M
175
  Packers  
Anthony GordonQB Washington State
176
  49ers  
Raequan WilliamsDT Michigan State
177
  Chiefs  
Stephen SullivanTE LSU
178
  Broncos   F/NFL
Brian Cole IISS Mississippi State
179
  Cowboys   F/NFL
Michael Divinity Jr.OB LSU
Round 6
180
  Bengals  
Devin AsiasiTE UCLA
181
  Broncos   f/WAS
Oluwole BetikuDE Illinois
182
  Lions  
Malcolm RoachDT Texas
183
  Giants  
David WoodwardIB Utah State
184
  Panthers  
Nick CoeDE Auburn
185
  Dolphins  
Lavert HillCB Michigan
186
  Chargers  
Jonathan GarvinDE Miami
187
  Browns   f/ARZ
Jacob BreelandTE Oregon
188
  Bills   f/CLE
Brian LewerkeQB Michigan State
189
  Jaguars  
Reggie Robinson IICB Tulsa
190
  Eagles   f/ATL
Lynn Bowden Jr.WR Kentucky
191
  Jets  
Collin JohnsonWR Texas
192
  Packers   f/LV
Charlie HeckOT North Carolina
193
  Colts  
James RobinsonRB Illinois State
194
  Buccaneers  
Trevis GipsonDE Tulsa
195
  Patriots   f/DEN
Benito JonesDT Mississippi
196
  Bears  
Michael WarrenRB Cincinnati
197
  Colts   f/DAL/MIA
Jalen ElliottSS Notre Dame
198
  Steelers  
Francis BernardIB Utah
199
  Rams  
Josh MetellusSS Michigan
200
  Bears   f/PHI
Quintez CephusWR Wisconsin
201
  Bills  
John SimpsonOG Clemson
202
  Cardinals   f/NE
Carter CoughlinOB Minnesota
203
  Saints  
Cole McDonaldQB Hawaii
204
  Patriots   f/HOU
Josiah DeguaraTE Cincinnati
205
  Vikings  
Jake HansonOC Oregon
206
  Jaguars   f/SEA
Joe BachieIB Michigan State
207
  Vikings   f/BAL/NE/BUF
Nate StanleyQB Iowa
208
  Packers   f/TEN
Kindle VildorCB Georgia Southern
209
  Packers  
Robert WindsorDT Penn State
210
  49ers  
Kyle MarkwayTE South Carolina
211
  Jets   f/KC
Braden MannPT Texas A&M
212
  Patriots   F/NFL
Gabriel DavisWR Central Florida
213
  Patriots   F/NFL
Rodrigo BlankenshipPK Georgia
214
  Seahawks   F/NFL
Jauan JenningsWR Tennessee
Round 7
215
  Bengals  
Mykal WalkerOB Fresno State
216
  Redskins  
Harrison HandCB Temple
217
  49ers   f/DET
Javon LeakeRB Maryland
218
  Giants  
Joe ReedWR Virginia
219
  Vikings   f/MIA
Jeff ThomasWR Miami
220
  Chargers  
Carlos DavisDT Nebraska
221
  Panthers  
Alohi GilmanSS Notre Dame
222
  Cardinals  
DeeJay DallasRB Miami
223
  Jaguars  
Christian RectorDE Southern Cal
224
  Titans   f/CLE
Justin HerronOG Wake Forest
225
  Ravens   f/NYJ
Tyre PhillipsOT Mississippi State
226
  Bears   f/LV
Shaquille QuartermanIB Miami
227
  Dolphins   f/IND
Khalil DavisDT Nebraska
228
  Falcons   f/TB/PHI
Tanner MuseSS Clemson
229
  Redskins   f/DEN
Trevon HillDE Miami
230
  Patriots   f/ATL
Essang BasseyCB Wake Forest
231
  Cowboys  
Charlie TaumoepeauTE Portland State
232
  Steelers  
Kalija LipscombWR Vanderbilt
233
  Bears  
Tommy StevensQB Mississippi State
234
  Rams  
Isaiah CoulterWR Rhode Island
235
  Lions   f/PHI/NE
Joseph CharltonPT South Carolina
236
  Packers   f/BUF/CLE
Jeremiah DinsonFS Auburn
237
  Titans   f/NE/DEN
Nevelle ClarkeCB Central Florida
238
  Giants   f/NO
Darrion DanielsDT Nebraska
239
  Bills   f/MIN
Kendrick RogersWR Texas A&M
240
  Texans  
Rico DowdleRB South Carolina
241
  Patriots   f/SEA
De'Jon HarrisIB Arkansas
242
  Packers   f/BAL
Salvon AhmedRB Washington
243
  Titans  
Cheyenne O'GradyTE Arkansas
244
  Browns   f/GB
John PenisiniDT Utah
245
  49ers  
Michael OnwenuOG Michigan
246
  Dolphins   f/KC
Jon RunyanOT Michigan
247
  Giants   f/NFL
Jake LutonQB Oregon State
248
  Texans   f/NFL
Robert LandersNT Ohio State
249
  Vikings   f/NFL
Tyler BassPK Georgia Southern
250
  Texans   f/NFL
Binjimen VictorWR Ohio State
251
  Dolphins   f/NFL
Stanford Samuels IIICB Florida State
252
  Broncos   f/NFL
Danny PinterOG Ball State
253
  Vikings   f/NFL
Bryce SterkDE Montana State
254
  Broncos   f/NFL
Blake FergusonLS LSU
255
  Giants   f/NFL
DeMarkus AcyCB Missouri