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Final Mock Draft 2.0 4-25-19

Updated: 04/25/2019 3:07PM ET

For the benefit of people who are new to OURLADS’ NFL Scouting Services, we wish to clarify our approach to Draft Projections. Our objective is different from just about everyone or every organization that goes through the ‘mock draft’ exercise. We are not working the phones, the Internet, or other ‘connections’ to ‘handicap’ the Draft. Nor do we have any hidden agenda. What we are attempting to do is to slot players based on our ratings, to teams where we feel they best fit.

Quinnen Williams
DT , Alabama
HT: 6030v |  WT: 303v |  40: 4.83v
One year starter and third year sophomore entry from Birmingham, AL. Was off the radar entering 2018, as his impact as a red-shirt freshman in 2017 wasn’t until late in the year. When it comes to his play on the field, Williams helped his stock as much as any player in the class. The All-American was a dominant force week after week. The standout defender on a loaded Alabama defense. He is a tough assignment to block because he can alter his approach snap to snap. It is hard to find such elite levels of play across multiple styles. The speed-to-power will immediately become one of the best in the league. A scheme that will let him penetrate through different lanes and angles will benefit from Williams in a way where their entire defense will be elevated. He is a big time difference maker right away. Immediate elite power out of his starting stance. Creates force on contact from a standstill as if he had a 10-yard running start. Built low to the ground with a squatty frame and easy knee bend. Straight line burst is coupled with agility and phone-booth quickness. He can run through blockers or around them to avoid contact altogether. Rare combination of talents. Slippery like a bar of soap, powerful like a bulldozer. Works hard to pursue the action to the sideline, stays hungry.
Nick Bosa
DE , Ohio State
HT: 6036v |  WT: 266v |  40: 4.80v
Junior entry from Fort Lauderdale, FL. Three year rotating starter from Ft. Lauderdale, FL. Voted the 2017 Big 10 Conference Smith-Brown Defensive Lineman of the Year and firstteam All-America. He led the Buckeyes in tackles for loss with 16 and a team high eight sacks. Opened the 2018 season winning the Bednarik Player of the Week with his two sacks, two fumble recoveries, and a touchdown versus Oregon State. The game changing pass rusher was the team leading tackler and recorded 29 tackles for loss, good for 154 negative yards and 17.5 sacks in his career before a muscle core injury in the TCU game required surgery. Brother Joey and dad John were both first round selections with Joey gathering NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year honors in 2016 for the Chargers. Nick has his brother’s hand quickness using solid hand placement, quick punch, stab and arm extension to control the blocker with his strong hands and long arms. Has jackrabbit quickness off the ball and the talent to affect and disrupt the quarterback and the game. Can turn the corner and flatten the edge and knock off the inside running game. Plays with intensity and good situational awareness. Gets good knee bend and can leverage back a tackle to the quarterback. His bag of pass rushing tools is NFL ready. Once he sheds a block he has an upfield burst to the ball carrier. The productive and quick twitch pass rusher has been a disruptive presence since he stepped on a college football field. Is in the running for the top pick. If he goes to the 49ers He pairs up with FA pick up Dee Ford at end, then Buckner, Armstead and Solomon Thomas as an inside 3 man rotation.
Josh Allen
OB , Kentucky
HT: 6047v |  WT: 262v |  40: 4.65v
Three year starter from Montclair N.J. A versatile edge/outside linebacker prospect with outstanding size for the position along with good overall athletic ability. Excellent first step quickness as an edge rusher along with the change of direction skill necessary to play in space. Normally lined up on the edge in a two-point stance but has also aligned on a slot outside the box. He is an every down player that was used as a pass rusher in sub-packages. Can bend and squeeze to get around the corner with the ability to close with a burst. Adept at using his hands to attack a blocker and has a variety of moves to get free. Generally creates havoc with consistent pressure on the quarterback. While pass rush is his forte, Allen has coverage ability dropping in short zones and the speed to play backs on flat routes. Reacts quickly on the throw to receivers in underneath zones. Not used often in coverage but has the ability to be a factor. Plays the edge run well and hustles as a chase player covering a lot of ground in pursuit. A powerful fundamental tackler who can create turnovers with his strike. Consistently makes tackles in space.
Ed Oliver
DT , Houston
HT: 6017v |  WT: 287v |  40: 4.73v
Junior entry and three year starter from Houston, TX. The only three-time All American in school history. Chose Houston over top tier programs out of high school. An ultra-productive player who has been one of the most explosive, dangerous defensive linemen in the country since he stepped on the field. Elite, rare-level speed and quickness for the position that can impact the game in ways that very few can at any defensive position. An ideal 3-technique from a speed and burst perspective that will need to improve his stayingpower and stay-at-home defense so he isn’t a one-trick pony. Elite ceiling but carries plenty of risk as well. Stout frame with more than enough lower body thickness. Huge calves and a strong bubble butt. Has the twitch and movement ability of a linebacker. Top tier speed, quickness, and agility for the position. Can turn and run with the best. High effort player who will pursue the action sideline to sideline.
Devin White
IB , LSU
HT: 6000v |  WT: 237v |  40: 4.42v
Junior entry and three year starter from Springhill, LA. White is quick with his initial read and is aggressive downhill attacking gaps. He has a nose for the ball as he can fit a gap and make a play in the backfield. Has sideline to sideline range in pursuit and is quick to change directions. Has a burst to close in chase mode. Fundamentally sound tackler who gathers well in space and finishes tackles. Solid inside blitzer with good anticipation at the snap. Often used as a spy on a back or quarterback and is effective with a delayed blitz letting the crease open. His quickness gets him free and he makes a lot of plays when blitzing. Quick with his hands to ward off blocks on the move. Fits the off-tackle gap with precision. Solid cover skills with zone awareness. Used more often as a blitzer but has cover skill. Has the ability to mirror a back and the speed to run with a vertical route. Has an incredible plant and drive breaking on the throw. Closes a lot of ground with the ball in the air.
Dwayne Haskins
QB , Ohio State
HT: 6033v |  WT: 231v |  40: 5.03v
Underclass entry from Potomac, MD. A one year starter after backing up JT Barrett for one year. As a red-shirt freshman Barrett was injured versus Michigan and Haskins came in and rolled up 217 yards in total offense in 30 plays, rallying the Buckeyes to 17 consecutive points in a comeback win. The top passing quarterback in Ohio State history set 28 Buckeye records in 2018 and seven Big 10 records, including single season passing yards (4831), touchdown passes (50), and total yards (4939). The Big 10 championship game MVP became only the sixth FBS player to pass for 50 touchdowns in a season. Haskins along with all the numerous player of the year awards and miscellaneous accolades was a two-time Academic AllBig 10 conference honoree. His off-the-field and classroom intellect carried over onto the football field by making good decisions and on-the-field leadership.The big, right-handed passer is athletic. He steps up in the pocket and whips a velocity-filled catchable bullet downfield, hitting a streaking receiver in stride. Throws to his receivers with touch and spot-on ball placement. Even in his pro day workout, Haskins made a special point to throw a pass to his receivers that if they were covered the ball was away from the defense where only the receiver could make a play on the ball. The rhythm type pocket passer spread the ball around to several different receivers. Most will be playing on Sundays. The confident and competitive passer demonstrated that he could handle new situations, make adjustments, and was disciplined with the ball. His week to week performance was consistent and could handle game management, adversity that different types of weather and wind could bring. In his one year of action, he was durable. He could shake off arm tackles and survive a big hit. He only threw eight interceptions in 533 attempts last fall. Threw a blend of horizontal and vertical passes using play action, drop back, and run/pass option. Has no problem throwing the ball away. Stands tall in the pocket and scans the field reading his progressions. He blends in a shoulder shake, pump fake, and eye manipulation to move a defensive back. Although not a runner, he can scramble for positive yards to pick up a first down or score. The last four games of his Buckeye career he engineered an overtime win over Maryland, beat Michigan with six touchdown passes, threw five touchdown passes in the Big 10 championship game over Northwestern, and was named MVP in the Rose Bowl. Haskins’ decision making, accuracy, and the ability to win from the pocket all bode well for success on the next level.
Jonah Williams
OT/OG, Alabama
HT: 6044v |  WT: 302v |  40: 5.15v
Junior entry from Folsom, CA. A three year starter dating back to the beginning of his freshman season, a rarity under the Nick Saban era along the offensive line. One year at right tackle before settling in for two seasons at left tackle. First-team All SEC the past two seasons. Will likely be the unquestioned top offensive lineman in the class. Has the pro-caliber technique and control that can mirror just about anyone with a sense of ease and consistency. While he does have some work to do in the weight room, his upside is that of a 10+ year starter at a position that can be very hard to fill for some clubs. What he lacks in current power presence can be more than made up for with his arsenal of blocking-tools. Some will view him as a guard early on in his career, but his fit will depend on the team that drafts him. Week one starter regardless. Mr. Smooth and Consistent. Barely looks like he breaks a sweat out there. Very repeatable technique stemming from his feet and hands. Kick slide looks effortless and his hands are up and ready to punch. Aims small as he punches and will almost always hit his target dead in the middle. Keeps everything active and twitchy post-engagement. Top tier balance and body control. Comfortable athlete in space.
Brian Burns
DE/OB, Florida State
HT: 6046v |  WT: 249v |  40: 4.60v
Junior entry and two year starter from Fort Lauderdale, FL. Tall lanky prospect with a lot of length b. Light for defensive end but has the athletic ability to play a DE/ linebacker hybrid. Primarily a pass rusher but he projects well to a 3-4 outside backer in the NFL. Has explosive first step quickness to go with outstanding speed to chase and get around the corner in the pass rush. Has a variety of pass rush moves including a swim move to get by an offensive tackle. Quick to counter and has a nice bend and squeeze around a tackle. His speed to close on the quarterback creates havoc. Teams have to scheme the protection to control him. He creates more problems than his numbers indicate. Versus the run he is at his best chasing and making plays in pursuit. Uses his long arms to ward off blocks on the move and does a nice job sifting through the wash to find the ball. He is athletic with solid lateral movement and change of direction. Makes plays in space with fundamental tackling skill.
Christian Wilkins
DT , Clemson
HT: 6032v |  WT: 315v |  40: 5.05v
Four year starter from Springfield, MA. One of the best defenders in Clemson history that has been a dominant force since 2015, where he was a freshman All American. The three time All-American and two time Nagurski Award finalist was moved around the defensive line over the years but what never changed was his impact on the game. On top of his football prowess Wilkins was the recipient of the coveted academic Heisman, The William V. Campbell Award The sheer volume of plays made from the trenches over the years is incredibly rare.He can be put anywhere along the line and it is as close to a guarantee as it gets that he will produce. He is a winning football player that makes others better and will be a defensive coordinator’s most versatile piece. Carries some of the most comfortable 300+ pounds you will ever see. Power, quickness, speed, and agility are off the charts for his size. Has played all over the field including running back for the national champions. Creates fear and anxiety within the minds of blockers because his skill set gives endless options what he can do post-snap. He can out move, out punch, and out hunger his opponent from start to finish.
Devin Bush Jr.
IB , Michigan
HT: 5110v |  WT: 234v |  40: 4.44v
Junior entry and three year starter from Pembroke Pines, FL. Bush is the prototype for the modern off-the-ball linebacker. Undersized for the traditional Mike but is athletic with sudden change of direction and fast. He makes plays in space and can handle backs in coverage. Played inside in the Michigan scheme and projects as a 3-4 or 4-3 Will in the NFL. Quick downhill and disruptive attacking gaps. Instinctive with a nose for the ball. Key react is patient and when he “sees it” he goes with no wasted movement. Fits at inside and outside gaps are normally precise. Effective shooting his hands to get separation from a block on the move. Powerful lower body and knee bend helps keep blockers at bay as he works to the ball. He is athletic enough to play on the edge versus a slot and is outstanding in the underneath zones. Fluid getting in his pass drop showing sudden reactions on the throw. Can cover backs on underneath and flat routes as well as a wheel route up the field. His quickness makes him an effective inside blitzer and he has a burst upfield chasing the quarterback. Outstanding sideline to sideline range.
Jawaan Taylor
OT , Florida
HT: 6050v |  WT: 312v |  40: 5.25v
Junior entry and three year starter from Cocoa, FL. Has seen the majority of his action on the right side and that is where he likely ends up in the pros. Taylor is massive and can dominate on contact time after time. When his lower body is bent enough which keeps his feet in the game, there isn’t much that can be done to beat him in pass protection. The awareness and confidence are apparent, as he never seems to lose himself no matter who he is matched up against. Has as high a ceiling as any lineman in this entire class as long he puts the work in to shore up simple, but vital, technique components. Comfortably enormous on all levels. Carries a lot of weight with ease, as it is spread out from head to toe evenly. Tree trunk legs.
TJ Hockenson
TE , Iowa
HT: 6046v |  WT: 251v |  40: 4.73v
Third year sophomore entry and two year starter from Chariton, IA. A steady piece of the two-tight end rotation the Iowa offense employed throughout his career. Broke out in a big way in 2018, winning the Mackey Award despite sharing snaps and looks with fellow Hawkeye tight end prospect Noah Fant. Was also the recipient of the Kwalick-Clark Tight End of the Year in the Big 10, first-team All-America and All Big 10. Hockenson is a throwback, hard-nosed player that has unusual short-area quickness and reliable ball skills for a player his size. Still has a ways to go when it comes to physical development and blocking presence, but the body type and mindset are both there. In time, he can be a solid every down player and starter with the ceiling of being a match-up nightmare. Long and wiry frame with the room to grow and add girth. Twitchy athlete that can easily stop, go, and burst without hesitation or wasted motion. Quick to get his head around, hands up, and attack the ball. Very balanced and coordinated athlete who seems to always have body control and space awareness. A weapon in traffic. Can outrun and out leap most linebackers and the majority of safeties in addition to being bigger and longer than them. Smart, savvy route runner. Can find windows and times his breaks well. High effort blocker and a weapon at the second level. Has the quickness and agility to hang with speed.
Clelin Ferrell
DE , Clemson
HT: 6043v |  WT: 264v |  40: 4.79v
Junior entry and three year starter from Richmond, VA. Won the Ted Hendricks Award, awarded to the nation’s top defensive end, Bednarik Award semifinalist, consensus first-team All-America, ACC Defensive Player of the Year, first-team All-ACC, voted permanent team captain, and became Clemson’s first two-time first-team AP All-American since 1981-82. Primarily a defensive end but occasionally used in coverage. Played in both a two and three point stance. Has bulk and length to go with good overall athletic ability. Quick at the snap using his long arms to get immediate separation from a block. Powerful attacking blocks using his hands to get into a blocker. Violently disengages and works to the ball. Solid pass rush technique using combination moves including a bull rush into an arm under. Changes direction well and can close on a scrambling quarterback. Has enough athleticism to cover the hook to flat areas. Good awareness when dropping in coverage. Tough at the point of attack. Plays the edge run well and can make plays in space. Shedding a block is a strength but will get upright at times. Versatile and can be more than an edge rusher. He will fit in most 3-4 schemes but his best attribute is as a pass rusher. Has been putting pressure on quarterbacks from the beginning and has been one of the most consistent edge defenders in the country. Really took his game to another level this past season.
Andre Dillard
OT , Washington State
HT: 6050v |  WT: 315v |  40: 5.00v
Fifth year senior and three year starter from Woodinville, WA. Two-time first-team All Pac 12. The jury may still be out if he is better suited inside or on the edge, but no matter the case Dillard will be a long-time solid pro. His movement-efficiency and contact balance will be a weapon against any kind of defender whether it be at the point of attack or in space. Checks a lot of boxes and will give a team multiple options how to use him both right away and in the future. Strong, thick, and sturdy frame. Carries weight with ease. Textbook kick slide that stems from his quick and balanced lower body. Always aware of where his feet are and rarely looks overwhelmed. Control is his middle name and it leaves him in proper position to win the hand battles.He has hands like cinderblocks attached to his wrists. They are heavy and hard. He maintains inside position and keeps them active. Easy leverage coming from his natural low center of gravity and easy flexibility.
Kyler Murray
QB , Oklahoma
HT: 5101v |  WT: 207v |  40: 4.45e
Junior entry from Allen, TX. A one year starter after backing up fellow Heisman Trophy winner Baker Mayfield. Murray and Mayfield are the only back-to-back quarterback Heisman winners from the same school in college football history. He filled his trophy cabinet with the Heisman, Davey O’Brien, Manning, and Earl Campbell Awards as well as the AP Player of the Year, first-team All-America, Big 12 Offensive Player of the Year, All Big 12 first-team, MVP of the Big 12 Championship game and was an Academic All-Conference honoree. An outstanding athlete who can win games with his arm or legs. As a former baseball player he is skilled at making throws from a variety of platforms. He has the arm talent to make all the NFL type throws. Plays with confidence and accuracy in and outside of the pocket. Too quick and fast in space for a college defender to tackle him. Murray is an Air Raid system quarterback who is smaller than a prototype NFL passer. In the Sooners’ fast tempo offense, you could count on one hand how many times he threw into a tight window. The Oklahoma receivers were generally open by five yards through scheme or better personnel. That rarely happens on Sundays. Makes as many plays with his legs and feet as he does with his right arm. An elusive scrambler who when he breaks contain can outrun angles. When he was pressured he could buy time with his feet and extend a play. When running the run/pass option series (RPO) he doesn’t like to duck the ball up into the line of scrimmage because he doesn’t like to get hit. With his slender build and bone structure you can understand why. He really struggled with a disciplined pass rush in college. If forced to stay in the pocket, he had sight line problems. The issues will only get worse on the next level after the defensive coordinators build a book on him. He will always struggle to get and keep the offense in a consistent mode. Ball security has been shaky when he runs with the ball held out in one hand. When he gets hit, the ball bounces out. The 2019 Draft’s most polarizing player created more questions than answers after the Combine and pro day.
Rashan Gary
DE , Michigan
HT: 6043v |  WT: 277v |  40: 4.62v
Junior entry and two year starter from Plainfield, NJ. Former bluechip recruit with a tool set that was ready for NFL action two years ago. Gary earned first-team All Big 10 honors two straight years and continued to display a top tier tool set that took over games at times. The issue here is a lack of consistency and production. For a player who has such a distinct physical advantage over opponents, there weren’t enough plays being made to make him an elite draft prospect. He did fight through a lower body injury in 2018 but he still has the boom-or-bust label attached to his name. Has the ideal blend of height, weight, strength, and athleticism. Molded out of stone by those that create the prototype edge defender. Elite speed for his size paired with quickness and agility.
17. New York Giants f/Cle
Dexter Lawrence
DT , Clemson
HT: 6044v |  WT: 342v |  40: 5.04v
Junior entry and three year starter from Wake Forest, NC. A blue chip recruit that made an impact right away, winning the ACC Freshman of the Year Award in 2016. Then went on to earn two straight first-team All ACC placements.His mere presence demands attention from multiple bodies and he is no slouch when it comes to pursuing the ball. Even though he is almost always the biggest and most powerful player on the field, he needs to shore up techniques and be more consistent A player that can dominate in stretches. A mountain of a man that could intimidate Goliath. A freak in every sense of the word when looking at his short area explosion, power, and flexibility at his size. Has been ready for the strength of the NFL trenches since he was a freshman. A constant demand for double teams and attention.
Cody Ford
OG , Oklahoma
HT: 6036v |  WT: 329v |  40: 5.26v
Fourth year junior entry from Pineville, LA. Former left guard who started 21 of 29 games. Made the move to right tackle and earned first-team All Big 12 honors. Projects equally well at both spots in the NFL but his technique shortcomings and inconsistency may keep him inside initially. The footwork, triangle numbers, and desire all have checks in their respective boxes. Drafting him is a gamble as he just doesn’t have a lot of experience to look back on. Strong and sturdy frame. Carries his weight very well and gets a lot of function from it. Powerhouse against the bull rush. Can anchor his feet into the ground and stand a defender up, neutralizing and stuffing him. Sticky hands when he gets good position. Can mirror against athleticism. Will finish his blocks with aggression and hustle.
Noah Fant
TE , Iowa
HT: 6041v |  WT: 249v |  40: 4.49v
Junior entry and two year starter from Omaha NE. First-team All Big 10, Mackey Award semifinalist, and third-team All America. Nineteen career touchdown receptions are the most by an Iowa tight end in school history. Burst onto the scene in 2017 with 11 touchdowns and 16+ yards per catch, both school records for the tight end position. He continued his progression in 2018 despite the ball being spread around, even sharing duties with fellow positiongroup teammate and NFL Draft prospect TJ Hockenson. Fant is the kind of athlete who will cause the opposition to game plan around him. His blend of size, speed, and ball skills are near-impossible to stop with one player alone. He still plays and comes across raw at times, but he has shown enough in two years to, at the very least, be a dangerous threat in the passing game. His ceiling is as high as any pass catcher in the class. The kind of athlete that can steal the show at workouts. Elite speed, explosion, and change of direction. Tremendously improved his blocking in 2018.
Byron Murphy
CB , Washington
HT: 5106v |  WT: 190v |  40: 4.53v
Two year starter from Scottsdale, AZ. Elite corner prospect with experience in a variety of coverage and technique showing the ability to excel in all phases. Quick twitch athlete with outstanding footwork. Remarkable short space redirection skill and quickness mirroring cuts in man-to-man. Disrupts routes in press coverage with off-hand jam. Has the functional speed to play vertical routes up the field and can cut off route breaks. Can lock out and mirror a receiver in man cover to the point quarterbacks ignore his side. Skilled at breaking up passes when in phase. Gets his head around and can find the ball. Has good hands for the interception and gets to the high point. Very aware zone player both as a hard corner and deep outside third player. Plays with good pacing on his pedal and maintains a proper cushion. Quickly recognizes route combinations and is sudden reacting on the throw. As a hard corner closes voids well and can play under the deep routes and close on the flat. Physical playing the run with good take on ability. Solid fundamental tackling skill and consistently makes plays in space. Does not shy away from contact.
Garrett Bradbury
OC , NC State
HT: 6027v |  WT: 306v |  40: 4.94v
Fifth year senior and three year starter from Charlotte, NC. Began his career as a tight end and ended it as the 2018 Rimington Trophy Award winner. Mentally, Bradbury is exactly what every team wants in the middle of their offensive line. He is a coach that wears pads and bangs helmets with the opponents. His intelligence combined with his top tier movement skills and ability will make him a major draw to teams that demand a lot of lateral movement from their center position. He is a week one starter and a long time pro. Built low to the ground with an athletically built, stocky frame. A fire hydrant that constantly plays under his opponent. Intelligent, fast to react leader of the line. Moves laterally with exceptional quickness and burst. Has the kind of range that very few interior blockers possess. Top tier athlete. Balance is consistently there whether he is working in a phone booth or in space. Can flip his hips as he battles for inside hand position. A true multi-tasker both physically and mentally. Easily adjusts his weight to unplanned movement by defenders. Feisty, high-effort player.
Marquise Brown
WR , Oklahoma
HT: 5093v |  WT: 166v |  40: 4.35v
Junior entry and two year starter from Hollywood, FL. Was out of football before beginning his college career along the junior college route. Spent two years with the Sooners and ended his career with a first-team All Big 12 performance. Led the conference in receiving two straight years, averaging over 18 yards per catch. The speed demon will immediately become one of the fastest players in the NFL. The acceleration and burst will be viewed as a threat anytime he steps foot on the field but his lack of size and strength will make for a tough transition at the next level. If he can add strength and fine-tune his ball skills and route running, he will be a threat. The fear is that he will be too much of a one-trick pony. A free and easy mover with elite, top tier explosion and speed. Skips gears when it comes to acceleration. Really puts a defender on his heels. Has the kind of movement that gives the perception he is on roller blades while others are running in mud. The athletic ability can and will impact the game in several areas. Has shown improvement as a route runner with seamless in and out breaks, rarely losing speed. Durability will always be a question. How often will he be game day available?
Greedy Williams
CB , LSU
HT: 6017v |  WT: 185v |  40: 4.39v
Two year starter from Shreveport, LA. Has length to go with outstanding athletic ability. Fluid hips and change of direction, there is rarely any wasted movement in transition. Used as a press corner for the most part showing outstanding man skill. Off-hand jam is precise and consistently disrupts routes off the line. Has the eye discipline to focus on the receiver in man coverage and get his hands to the catch point with the ball in the air. Ball skills for the interception and pass break are solid. Does a nice job in zone and off man coverage playing with a smooth pedal, proper cushion, and fluid turn and run. Has some burst to close on throws underneath. Reads route combinations and spaces well versus multiple routes. He is a dominant man-to-man defender. Mirrors cuts and stays in the receiver’s pocket. Can cut off a route and react to a double move and stay in phase. Uses long arms to get to the catch point. This helps him recover if separated on route break. Gets his head around to the ball when in phase up the field. Flashed ability to take on a block with good hand usage and knee bend. Shows tackling skill but will lunge at a tackle occasionally and miss.
24. Oakland Raiders f/CHI
Jeffery Simmons
DT , Mississippi State
HT: 6036v |  WT: 301v |  40: 4.98v
Junior entry and two year starter from Macon, MS. Second-team All-America and two-time first team All-SEC. One of the top athletes among interior defensive linemen. Disruptive cat-like lateral quickness. Good effort throughout the game. Pursues to the perimeter. Has the strength and leverage to push the pocket. Rotates so he is always fresh. Stones an unsuspecting ball carrier coming through the line. When he is asked to fire a gap, he does so with explosiveness and gusto. Has big strong hands and long arms to control the action from tackle to tackle. He locks out with a long straight arm to keep blockers off his frame. Can split and stack a double team. Uses a variety of moves and counters to get to the quarterback including a violent rip move. Can play any position across the defensive front. Has the ability to explode and unlock his hips with force. Plays with a power base and lower body strength with knee bend and leverage. Stout inline play strength that is necessary to collapse the run. Good flexibility. Gets his long arms up in the throwing lane if stuck on the line of scrimmage. Quick to read and react. Better as a one gap rather than a two gap player. Tore a left knee ACL when working out for his pro day in February. May go on the PUP list in the fall. Had an off-field issue in high school but has reportedly been a model citizen ever since.
Jerry Tillery
DT , Notre Dame
HT: 6064v |  WT: 295v |  40: 4.97v
Three-year starter from Shreveport, LA. A former high school offensive tackle who was highly touted on that side of the ball, Tillery made the move to the defensive side right away at Notre Dame. After some questionable character hiccups early in his career, he grew up and molded himself into a fine and potentially elite prospect. He is a really unique blend of tools and skills that don’t come around often. Finished his career as an All-American, causing plenty of disruption as a pass rusher, run defender, and on special teams. He is the kind of defender who can simply beat quality offensive linemen even when they do everything right because he has such a physical advantage. The path he has been on since the start of 2017 and the progression he has shown is on the path to stardom. A Greek God when it comes to his body and towering presence over everyone else on the field. Height, weight, length, and muscle mass are all near top tier. Despite the long limbs, always plays with proper leverage.
Deandre Baker
CB , Georgia
HT: 5110v |  WT: 193v |  40: 4.58v
Two year starter with seven starts in 2016. From Miami FL. Baker is a physical corner for his size with good strength to play the run and control receiver’s release. Experienced in a variety of coverage including press man and zone, quarters and hard corner Cover 2. Technically sound in all phases of the game. Has the ability to lock up a receiver at the line and at times has ridden them out of bounds on an upfield release. Good with an off-hand jam and is tenacious in press, reacting to cuts and staying in the pocket of the receiver. Plays hard corner riding an upfield release and coming off quickly on the flat route. Has recovery quickness for the rare times he gets out of position. Excellent ball skills for the pass break and he times his hands to the catch point. Can rip a ball out when battling. Physical taking on a stalk block. Has knocked receivers back into ball carrier on hitch screens. Good shed technique quickly coming off a block to get into the play. Tackles with good knee bend and explosiveness.
27. Oakland Raiders f/DAL
Irv Smith Jr.
TE , Alabama
HT: 6023v |  WT: 242v |  40: 4.63v
Junior entry and one year starter from New Orleans, LA. The son of former first round selection and Notre Dame All-America Irv Smith Sr. The athletic pass catcher came into his own the last part of his junior year demonstrating speed down the seam and explosiveness as a blocker. An ascending player who projects as a match-up problem for safeties and linebackers. Set a school record with seven touchdown receptions at the tight end position. He also averaged 16.1 yards per catch in 2018. Second-team All-America as well as earning a spot on the All-SEC second team. A multiple alignment tight end that lines up in the slot, in the backfield, as well as inline. Aggressive on 50/50 balls, snatching the ball out of the air at the high point. Strong run after catch ability. Blocks well on the perimeter.
Kaleb McGary
OT , Washington
HT: 6071v |  WT: 317v |  40: 5.07v
Three year starter at right tackle from Fife, WA, Winner of the 2018 Morris Trophy as the top offensive lineman in the Pac 12 (as voted by opposing team players). A big, physical, and athletic competitor with active hands. Locks on his target and runs his feet as a zone scheme blocker. Good hand carriage and punch in pass pro. Plays and stays square to protect his quarterback. Has the power and strength to torque a defensive end out of the hole. Good field awareness and active eyes. Has big strong hands that he keeps inside the frame of the pass rusher he is going to block. Arms are long enough to do the job. At the Senior Bowl his arms measured 33 5/8, and at the Combine 32 7/8. Never missed a game in 3 1/2 years. Good durability. Consistent and physical in the run game.
DK Metcalf
WR , Mississippi
HT: 6033v |  WT: 228v |  40: 4.36v
Third year sophomore entry from Oxford, MS. Has started 19 games over two years. His 2016 season was cut short after just two games due to a broken foot and also missed the final five games of 2018 with a serious neck injury. That only leaves 2017 as his lone full season. The lack of experience is evident on tape and despite the rare combination of size and speed, Metcalf is rough around the edges. There isn’t a lot of cleanliness to his game, although his potential will be hard to ignore for long. Vertical threats like this don’t come around often and he does have impressive showings against multiple SEC schools. Tall, long and strong. Has the kind of height and straight-line speed along with on-field production to make him a scary downfield threat. Can reach balls far away from his body with a huge catch radius and plus-ball skills. Looks the ball into his hands. Dangerous in traffic. Boom or bust.
Deebo Samuel
WR , South Carolina
HT: 5112v |  WT: 214v |  40: 4.46v
Two year starter from Inman, SC. After an early career that was marred by injuries (hamstring and broken leg), Samuel finally put together a full year in 2018, earning first-team All SEC honors. The very non-traditional receiver has shown the ability to use his thickness and strength as an asset while hiding them as a liability. Plays a strong, blue collar game that shows up when it matters most, He understands how to get open and will not be deterred by contact in traffic. Would be a different kind of slot receiver but much like Hines Ward, one that can get things done at a high level for a long time. Thickly built like a running back but has uncharacteristically long arms and big hands for his frame.
Chris Lindstrom
OG , Boston College
HT: 6036v |  WT: 308v |  40: 4.96v
Four year starter from Dudley, MA. Son of former NFL lineman of the same name. Ended his career as a first-team All-ACC lineman. A very solid run blocker who can make an impact in traffic and in space, Has the playing style and athletic ability to make an impact early in his career. Needs to prove he can handle the power of interior defensive linemen, but the nasty streak that always appears to be on combined with his more-than-solid technique translate well. The former tackle will be most sought after by teams that employ zone blocking concepts. Good frame with exceptional foot speed and quickness. A lower body that bends and changes direction with ease. Very fluid, yet aggressive and nasty. Can alter his style based on game situations and matchups. A fighter that you want in your corner.
AJ Brown
WR , Mississippi
HT: 6004v |  WT: 226v |  40: 4.52v
Junior entry and two year starter from Starksville, MS. First-team All SEC and third-team All- America. Drafted out of high school by the San Diego Padres. Not a traditional receiver by any means, he brings some extra size and strength to the position that can create major issues for defensive backs, in particular his impact on short and intermediate routes will be a force with the right quarterback. Incredible strength and power for the position that can impact the game in several ways. Tough and sturdy in traffic. Hard to knock off his path as he plays with top tier balance, body control, and power. Can be a bully against defensive backs and maintains a tight end-type presence as a blocker in space. Late hands that will pluck the ball out of the air away from his body. Can locate and track naturally. A running back-type mentality and approach after the catch. Top-level anticipation and reaction to where defenders reside as he gets the ball. Eyes in the back of his head and shows immediate effort to get upfield. Will break through arm tackles consistently and shows field awareness.The burst and long speed, especially as a vertical route runner, may not be enough for outside duty.

Montez Sweat
DE , Mississippi State
HT: 6056v |  WT: 260v |  40: 4.41v
Heart issues may have been misdiagnosed at the Combine according to Ian Rappaport. 1:00 pm EST 4/25/19. However off field red flags may cause Sweat to fall out of the first round.
Trayvon Mullen
CB , Clemson
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Damien Harris
RB , Alabama
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N'Keal Harry
WR , Arizona State
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Jaylon Ferguson
DE , Louisiana Tech
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Greg Little
OT , Mississippi
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JJ Arcega-Whiteside
WR , Stanford
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Austin Bryant
DE , Clemson
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Taylor Rapp
FS , Washington
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Justin Hollins
OB , Oregon
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Hakeem Butler
WR , Iowa State
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Juan Thornhill
SS , Virginia
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Dalton Risner
OG , Kansas State
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Ryan Finley
QB , NC State
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Dre'Mont Jones
DT , Ohio State
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Daniel Jones
QB , Duke
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Julian Love
CB , Notre Dame
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Renell Wren
DT , Arizona State
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Elgton Jenkins
OC , Mississippi State
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Mack Wilson
IB , Alabama
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David Edwards
OT , Wisconsin
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54. Houston Texans f/SEA
Bobby Evans
OG , Oklahoma
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Yodny Cajuste
OT , West Virginia
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Parris Campbell
WR , Ohio State
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Rock Ya-Sin
CB , Temple
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Deionte Thompson
FS , Alabama
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Amani Oruwariye
CB , Penn State
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Michael Deiter
OG , Wisconsin
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Anthony Nelson
DE , Iowa
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Chauncey Gardner-Johnson
SS , Florida
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Michael Jordan
OG , Ohio State
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Isaiah Prince
OT , Ohio State
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Amani Hooker
SS , Iowa
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Max Scharping
OT , Northern Illinois
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Justin Layne
CB , Michigan State
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Erik McCoy
OC , Texas A&M
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Miles Boykin
WR , Notre Dame
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Vosean Joseph
IB , Florida
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Drew Lock
QB , Missouri
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Chuma Edoga
OG , USC
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Dawson Knox
TE , Mississippi
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Joejuan Williams
CB , Vanderbilt
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Andy Isabella
WR , Massachusetts
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Germaine Pratt
IB , NC State
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Darius Slayton
WR , Auburn
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Lamont Gaillard
OC , Georgia
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David Long
CB , Michigan
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Josh Oliver
TE , San Jose State
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Jace Sternberger
TE , Texas A&M
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Zach Allen
DE , Boston College
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Chase Winovich
DE , Michigan
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Charles Omenihu
DE , Texas
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D'Andre Walker
OB , Georgia
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Jamel Dean
CB , Auburn
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Connor McGovern
OG , Penn State
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88. Detroit Lions f/PHI
Ben Burr-Kirven
IB , Washington
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Josh Jacobs
RB , Alabama
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Gary Jennings
WR , West Virginia
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Gerald Willis III
DT , Miami
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Drue Tranquill
OB , Notre Dame
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93. New York Jets f/NO
Isaiah Johnson
CB , Houston
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Oshane Ximines
OB , Old Dominion
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95. New York Giants f/NE/CLE
Kahale Warring
TE , San Diego State
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Johnathan Abram
SS , Mississippi State
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Ben Banogu
DE , TCU
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Nasir Adderley
FS , Delaware
HT:  |  WT:  |  40:
Miles Sanders
RB , Penn State
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100. Carolina Panthers f/NFL
Darnell Savage Jr.
FS , Maryland
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Will Grier
QB , West Virginia
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102. Baltimore Ravens f/NFL
Emanuel Hall
WR , Missouri
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Terry McLaurin
WR , Ohio State
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Isaiah Buggs
DT , Alabama
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Malik Carney
OB , North Carolina
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Lonnie Johnson Jr.
CB , Kentucky
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Ryan Bates
OG , Penn State
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Jordan Brailford
OB , Oklahoma State
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David Montgomery
RB , Iowa State
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Kelvin Harmon
WR , NC State
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Dru Samia
OG , Oklahoma
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Caleb Wilson
TE , UCLA
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113. Baltimore Ravens f/DEN
Bobby Okereke
IB , Stanford
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Tytus Howard
OT , Alabama State
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Jachai Polite
OB , Florida
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Riley Ridley
WR , Georgia
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Joe Jackson
DE , Miami
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118. Green Bay Packers f/WAS
Traveon Williams
RB , Texas A&M
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Rodney Anderson
RB , Oklahoma
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Stanley Morgan Jr.
WR , Nebraska
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Jarrett Stidham
QB , Auburn
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Ryquell Armstead
RB , Temple
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LJ Collier
DE , TCU
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Foster Moreau
TE , LSU
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125. Denver Broncos f/HOU
Preston Williams
WR , Colorado State
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Christian Miller
OB , Alabama
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Te'von Coney
IB , Notre Dame
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Daylon Mack
DT , Texas A&M
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Will Harris
SS , Boston College
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Jordan Brown
CB , South Dakota State
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131. Buffalo Bills f/KC
Trey Pipkins
OT , Sioux Falls
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132. New York Giants f/NO
Kris Boyd
CB , Texas
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Khalen Saunders
DT , Western Illinois
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Drew Sample
TE , Washington
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Beau Benzschawel
OG , Wisconsin
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136. Dallas Cowboys f/NFL
Darrell Henderson
RB , Memphis
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137. Atlanta Falcons f/NFL
Mike Weber
RB , Ohio State
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Benny Snell Jr.
RB , Kentucky
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Kaden Smith
TE , Stanford
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140. Oakland Raiders f/NYJ
Ross Pierschbacher
OC , Alabama
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Dennis Daley
OT , South Carolina
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142. New York Giants f/SF/DET
Jalen Jelks
DE , Oregon
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David Sills V
WR , West Virginia
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144. Cleveland Browns f/JAX
Trysten Hill
DT , Central Florida
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Michael Jackson
CB , Miami
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Sean Bunting
CB , Central Michigan
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Tony Pollard
RB , Memphis
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Marvell Tell III
FS , USC
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Ka'dar Hollman
CB , Toledo
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Iman Marshall
CB , USC
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Maxx Crosby
DE , Eastern Michigan
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David Long Jr.
IB , West Virginia
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Olisaemeka Udoh
OT , Elon
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Martez Ivey
OT , Florida
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Cody Barton
IB , Utah
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156. Denver Broncos f/MIN
Wyatt Ray
OB , Boston College
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Porter Gustin
OB , USC
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158. Buffalo Bills f/PIT/OAK
Tyre Brady
WR , Marshall
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Mecole Hardman
WR , Georgia
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Dexter Williams
RB , Notre Dame
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Justice Hill
RB , Oklahoma State
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Alize Mack
TE , Notre Dame
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Hunter Renfrow
WR , Clemson
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Gerri Green
OB , Mississippi State
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Terrill Hanks
OB , New Mexico State
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Anthony Johnson
WR , Buffalo
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Bryce Love
RB , Stanford
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Nate Davis
OG , Charlotte
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Jimmy Moreland
CB , James Madison
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Kendall Sheffield
CB , Ohio State
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171. New York Giants f/NFL
Blake Cashman
IB , Minnesota
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172. Atlanta Falcons f/NFL
Mike Edwards
SS , Kentucky
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Joe Giles-Harris
IB , Duke
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Tre Watson
IB , Maryland
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Jaquan Johnson
SS , Miami
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Shareef Miller
DE , Penn State
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Albert Huggins
DT , Clemson
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Dax Raymond
TE , Utah State
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Mark Fields
CB , Clemson
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Iosua Opeta
OG , Weber State
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Ryan Connelly
IB , Wisconsin
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Michael Dogbe
DT , Temple
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Travis Homer
RB , Miami
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Devin Singletary
RB , Florida Atlantic
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DaMarkus Lodge
WR , Mississippi
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Keelan Doss
WR , UC Davis
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Qadree Ollison
RB , Pittsburgh
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188. Tennessee Titans f/MIA
Trevon Wesco
FB , West Virginia
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Jackson Barton
OT , Utah
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Alexander Mattison
RB , Boise State
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191. Baltimore Ravens f/TEN
Jazz Ferguson
WR , Northwestern State
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Ashton Dulin
WR , Malone
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Sione Takitaki
OB , Brigham Young
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194. Green Bay Packers f/SEA
Kingsley Keke
DT , Texas A&M
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Marquise Blair
SS , Utah
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196. New York Jets f/CHI/OAK
Carl Granderson
OB , Wyoming
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Chase Hansen
OB , Utah
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Paul Adams
OT , Missouri
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Andrew Van Ginkel
OB , Wisconsin
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Tyree Jackson
QB , Buffalo
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Johnnie Dixon
WR , Ohio State
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Corey Ballentine
CB , Washburn
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Tommy Sweeney
TE , Boston College
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204. Detroit Lions f/NE
Dillon Mitchell
WR , Oregon
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Brandon Knight
OG , Indiana
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Greg Gaines
DT , Washington
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TJ Edwards
IB , Wisconsin
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Sheldrick Redwine
FS , Miami
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209. Minnesota Vikings f/NFL
Mitch Hyatt
OG , Clemson
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Ulysees Gilbert III
IB , Akron
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Tre Lamar
IB , Clemson
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Ben Powers
OG , Oklahoma
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Isaac Nauta
TE , Georgia
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Joshua Miles
OT , Morgan State
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Alex Barnes
RB , Kansas State
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Cameron Smith
IB , USC
HT:  |  WT:  |  40:
Jamal Custis
WR , Syracuse
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Jamal Peters
CB , Mississippi State
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Andrew Beck
TE , Texas
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220. Houston Texans f/NYJ/DEN
Blessuan Austin
CB , Rutgers
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221. Cleveland Browns f/JAX
Andrew Wingard
SS , Wyoming
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222. Chicago Bears f/DEN/PHI
Dontavius Russell
DT , Auburn
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John Cominsky
DE , Charleston (WV)
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Deshaun Davis
IB , Auburn
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Chris Slayton
DT , Syracuse
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Lukas Denis
FS , Boston College
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KeeSean Johnson
WR , Fresno State
HT:  |  WT:  |  40:
228. Buffalo Bills f/CAR
Lil'Jordan Humphrey
WR , Texas
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229. Detroit Lions f/MIA
Clayton Thorson
QB , Northwestern
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Ken Webster
CB , Mississippi
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Ty Summers
IB , TCU
HT:  |  WT:  |  40:
232. New York Giants f/MIN
Cody Thompson
WR , Toledo
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233. Miami Dolphins f/TEN
Saquan Hampton
FS , Rutgers
HT:  |  WT:  |  40:
234. Miami Dolphins f/PIT/CLE
Jalin Moore
RB , Appalachian State
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235. Oakland Raiders f/SEA
Dre Greenlaw
IB , Arkansas
HT:  |  WT:  |  40:
Jaylen Smith
WR , Louisville
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237. Denver Broncos f/HOU
Tyler Roemer
OT , San Diego State
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Zedrick Woods
SS , Mississippi
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Terez Hall
IB , Missouri
HT:  |  WT:  |  40:
Brett Rypien
QB , Boise State
HT:  |  WT:  |  40:
Zack Bailey
OG , South Carolina
HT:  |  WT:  |  40:
Ryan Pope
OT , San Diego State
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243. New England Patriots f/KC/SF/CLE
Kevin Givens
DT , Penn State
HT:  |  WT:  |  40:
Jordan Scarlett
RB , Florida
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245. New York Giants f/LAR
Cortez Broughton
DT , Cincinnati
HT:  |  WT:  |  40:
Devine Ozigbo
RB , Nebraska
HT:  |  WT:  |  40:
247. Minnesota Vikings f/NFL
Evan Worthington
SS , Colorado
HT:  |  WT:  |  40:
248. Arizona Cardinals f/NFL
O'Shea Dugas
OG , Louisiana Tech
HT:  |  WT:  |  40:
249. Arizona Cardinals f/NFL
Nick Allegretti
OG , Illinois
HT:  |  WT:  |  40:
250. Minnesota Vikings f/NFL
BJ Blunt
OB , McNeese State
HT:  |  WT:  |  40:
251. Los Angeles Rams f/NFL
Khalil Hodge
IB , Buffalo
HT:  |  WT:  |  40:
Adarius Pickett
SS , UCLA
HT:  |  WT:  |  40:
Javon Patterson
OG , Mississippi
HT:  |  WT:  |  40:
254. Arizona Cardinals f/NFL
Jordan Ta'amu
QB , Mississippi
HT:  |  WT:  |  40: