2019 7 Round NFL Mock Draft

7 Round NFL Mock Draft

1: Arizona: Kyler Murray QB Oklahoma

Measuring above 5’10” was a huge win for the speedster with an NFL arm. Kingsbury has reportedly said Murray at No. 1 is a done deal, this could be a smoke screen, but at this point all signs point to back-to-back Oklahoma Heisman winners being first overall picks. The Cardinals would likely get at least a mid-first round pick for Rosen to accelerate the rebuild even more. Murray has more than enough talent to become a franchise QB. Anyone questioning his work ethic can get drafted Top 10 in two sports then get back to me.

2: San Francisco: Nick Bosa DE Ohio State

Bosa is No. 1 on most big boards and has the potential to be one of the best edge rushers in the league. With endless block shedding moves to get to the passer, he will draw double teams and could be a perennial 12-15 Sack a year guy. He would complement a promising trio of DeForest Buckner, Solomon Thomas, and Arik Armstead in what hopes to be an elite defensive line in a few years.

3: NY Jets: Quinnen Williams DT Alabama

Williams is in the conversation for best player in the draft, and the Jets pounce at the opportunity to get a talent of that level. Williams can provide a runs stuff and bull rush that the Jets haven’t had in a few years. Leonard Williams has had an off year much due to the fact that he was getting doubled on every play. Williams will draw attention away and form a scary duo on the defensive line.

4: Oakland: Josh Allen LB Kentucky

Khalil Mack who? Raiders have very few potential building blocks and look to shore up their pass rush with the dominant linebacker Josh Allen. At 6’5” 260 pounds, Allen put up a monster 18.5 tackles for a loss and 14 sacks. With 4 picks in the Top 35, they can hopefully get some solid players on both ends of the ball.

5: Tampa Bay: Montez Sweat DE/LB Mississippi State

If You’re a QB you may need a change of pants after watching that 40. Sweat had a monster combine and dominated the senior bowl. He is trending up seemingly every draft board and this ones no different. 5 is about as high as he could go, but I think the Buccaneers will buy into his athleticism and production.

6: NY Giants Dwayne Haskins QB Ohio State

Picture this: OBJ, Saquan, and anyone who can throw the ball forwards. That sounds scary right? Haskins is a huge reach here (16 on my board) but it’s a needed reach. He had a monster season in 2018 and broke just about every Big Ten record possible. His lack of athleticism in the pocket is a bit scary considering the Giant’s OL, but his accuracy makes up for it. Manning will likely get the week one start, but Haskins could takeover soon after.

7: Jacksonville Clelin Ferrell DE Clemson

The Jaguars offense is discusting, but what can they do? Reach for a QB who has a 2ndround grade? Over draft an offensive lineman that they could use but don’t need? In this very Defensive Line heavy draft they take a potential building block in Clelin Ferrell. The Jaguars may not score points, but they are definitely preventing them.

8: Detroit Devin White LB LSU

The Lions don’t really have an impact player in the linebacking core and White provides a potential gamechanger at the position. His speed and aggression on every single play is unbelievable. He can tie together the Lion’s solid defense and help them get off the treadmill they’ve been on for seemingly forever.

9: Denver Greedy Williams CB LSU

Back to back LSU picks. Chris Harris Jr. is a great CB1 for the Broncos, but he’s 30 and won’t be a star forever. Williams is the best player on the board at 9 and can form a scary duo for opposing QBs. At a long 6’3”, he can match up with larger receivers that the NFL is moving towards.

10: Buffalo Ed Oliver DE/DT Houston

The Bills have a very good defense, but don’t want to reach this early in the draft. Oliver is versatile enough that he can line up anywhere on the defensive line and make a huge impact. His stats don’t jump off the page, but if you look closer you can see that he almost never saw one on one coverage. He will make this young team better. His size caused him to drop, but his versatility is arguably the best in the draft.

11: Cincinnati D.K. Metcalf WR Ole Miss

You’ve seen Metcalf ridiculous combine numbers. His production and quickness will scare teams, but his potential physically is better than arguably any of the players in this draft. He can work along AJ Green and hopefully one day become an elite receiver core.

12: Green Bay Jonah Williams OT/OG Alabama

The Packers need someone who can protect the passer and give Aaron Rodgers some more time. Williams may project as more of a guard than a tackle but regardless of where he lines up he has Pro Bowl Potential. With 3 years of tape at Alabama, Williams is the best offensive lineman in the draft and has the makings of a pro bowler.

13: Miami Jawaan Taylor OT Florida

The Dolphins could reach for a QB here, but Taylor could be a gamechanger at OT. He’s easily the best player on the board here at 13 and should be the pick for a decent team looking for talent opposite Tunsil.

14: Atlanta T.J. Hockenson TE Iowa

Hockenson has Pro Bowl upside due to his ability to dominate in the running game as well as a reciever. He’s not the athlete that other TEs in the class are, but he can contribute right away for a franchise used to Tony Gonzalez.

15: Washington Rashan Gary DE Michigan

Washington needs help on the Defensive Line and Gary a Top 10 talent and is the best player on the board. His hand technique and block shedding is probably the second best in the draft after Bosa.

16: Carolina AJ Brown WR Ole Miss

The Panther’s receiving core is brutal. AJ Brown is the best move-the-chains guy in the draft and can also give Newton a legit downfield threat. Olsen had an uneventful season and McCaffery is the only playmaker outside of Newton. Brown makes sense here.

17: Cleveland DeAndre Baker CB Georgia

Baker may not have elite speed but his ability in to help in the run game is strong safety like and his coverage is arguably the best in the draft. He could form a dynamic duo with Denzel Ward.

18: Minnesota Dalton Rinser OT Kansas State

Offensive tackles were a big weakness of the Viking’s offense this season. The Vikings have enough talent to contend so why not beef up your offensive line? Rinser can line up on either side and thrive in pass protection as well as open up lanes for Dalvin Cook.

19: Tennessee Dexter Lawrence DT Clemson

Titans go with best player available here in Clemson’s Dexter Lawrence. He’s NFL ready at 6’4” 350 Lbs and can singlehandedly ruin an opposing RBs day. 

20: Pittsburgh N’Keal Harry WR ASU

Antonio Brown is on his way out the door and Bell is long gone. The Steelers desperately need weapons and Harry could be a very nice player next to JuJu and James Conner.

21: Seattle Cody Ford OT Oklahoma

Seahawks will likely line up at RT in the NFL and could solve Seattle’s Offensive Line problem. He can protect the mobile Russell Wilson similar to how he projected Baker and Murray at Oklahoma.

22: Baltimore Yodny Cajuste OT WVU

Baltimore is committing to a run heavy team and are looking for more talent on the offensive line. Cajuste is a great run blocker who is mobile/athletic enough to thrive in a screen game.

23: Houston Noah Fant TE Iowa

Giving DeShaun Watson an offensive option not named DeAndre Hopkins sounds scary. Fant didn’t have the end to his college career that he likely envisioned, but he’s one of the most athletic TE prospects in the last few seasons and has all the tools of a great pro.

24: Oakland (Via Bears) Byron Murphy CB Washington

After nabbing Josh at 4, the Raiders get a potential lockdown corner in Murphy. Pound for pound he is probably the most talented DB in the class. They need help everywhere and he’s the top remaining player on our board.

25: Philadelphia Josh Jacobs RB Alabama

Eagles have had tremendous success with a running back by committee, so why use a first-round pick on one? Jacobs is just that good. Rather than get a talented defensive lineman who won’t play much (due to the talent on the Eagle’s line) lets snag a talented offensive playmaker who could easily be a top 10 RB in the league and give the Eagles more stability running the ball.

26: Indianapolis Marquise Brown WR Oklahoma

TY Hilton is the only impact receiver the Colts have had in the Luck era and that ends now. His ability to make plays with the ball in his hand could be huge for the Colts offense.

27: Oakland (Via Dallas) David Montgomery RB Iowa State

Montgomery has potential as a 3 down-back in the NFL and is arguably the No. 1 RB Prospect. He can give Oakland a hard nosed offensive weapon to lean on during the rebuild. His patience playing through blocks is LeVeon Bell esque.

28: LA Chargers Christian Wilkins DT Clemson

Wilkins is probably one of the 10 most NFL ready players in the draft. He is a super safe pick due to his talent and reputation as a leader at Clemson.

29: Kansas City Brian Burns DE Florida State

The Chiefs have enough offense. They need defense and Brian Burns would be a top 20 talent in most drafts. Burns could form a terrifying duo along with Chris Jones on the Edge.

30: Green Bay (Via Saints) Deionte Thompson S Alabama

The four-year starter can hopefully develop into the player HaHa Clinton-Dix never did. A really smart player who is great in coverage, Thompson can lead the backs of a team that already has a solid defensive line.

31: LA Rams Hakeem Butler WR Iowa State

The Rams lost Cooper Kupp to a very serious injury. Cooks is 5’10” with 5 regular season TDs. Woods is 5’11” with 6 TDs. This is one of the best offenses in the league. Let’s give Goff a 6’6” target who can take some pressure off Todd Gurley in RedZone situations.

32: New England Daniel Jones QB Duke

The Patriots have to get a QB here right? Tom Brady is mortal correct? MJ only got 6 so Brady should be happy with it? Jones has all the measurables and arm strength to be an NFL starter. A year or two behind Brady could develop him into a star.

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33: Arizona Andre Dillard OT Washington State

The Cardinals offensive line was flaming garbage last year and didn’t really give Rosen a chance to thrive. Whether they roll with Rosen or Murray, they need time to throw. Dillard is an elite pass protector and can help the young QB.

34: Indianapolis (Via Jets) Dre’Mont Jones DT Ohio State

Jones is the 22nd overall player on my board. That’s how deep this draft is on the defensive line. Colts get a steal here.

35: Oakland Oshane Ximines DE Old Dominion

The small school prospect has a lot of question marks, but potential isn’t one of them. With their 4th pick in the top 35 the Raiders take a flier on Ximines.

36: San Francisco Jonathan Abraham S Mississippi State

After taking Bosa at 2 the 49ers take another heat seeking missile in Abraham. He terrifies receivers in the middle of the field and is the best Run-Stopping Safety in the class.

37: NY Giants Devin Bush LB Michigan

Giants need some help at linebacker and Bush provides great value and potential in the early second round.

38: Jacksonville Caleb Wilson TE UCLA

Wilson will be a TE1 in the NFL and can give Foles a big target to lean on. He has shown a lot of ability as a run blocker which is good news for Fournette.

39: Tampa Bay Trayvon Mullen CB Clemson

He didn’t see a ton of elite talent in the ACC, but Mullen’s size and speed are NFL caliber and he has played on the biggest stage in CFB.

40: Denver Drew Lock QB Missouri

Flacco adds another QB to the mix, but is not the long term answer. Lock could potentially be the guy in 2-3 years and could learn behind 2 established veterans in Flacco and Keenum.

41: Buffalo Jachai Polite DE Florida

Polite reportedly bombed the interview portion of the combine and didn’t do as well as projected in other categories. Thats a red flag, but this guy was a potential Top 15 prospect a few weeks ago. Bills buy low on a high upside pick.

42: Cincinnati Nassir Adderley S Deleware

Hand to god, didn’t watch a ton of Delaware football this season. Adderley’s highlight reel is unbelievable. Cincinnati gets a potential steal here at 42.

43: Detroit Amani Oruwariye CB Penn State

Oruwariye has CB1 potential and can help a Detroit defense that could use some more building blocks.

44: Green Bay Parris Campbell WR Ohio State

Campbell murdered the 40 at the combine and is electric with the ball in his hands. His size will likely keep him out of the first round, but his deep threat ability is probably the best in the class.

45: Atlanta Charles Omenihu DT Texas

Omenihu has prototypical size for an NFL DT and can develop into an elite run blocker. Atlanta could use his depth up front.

46: Washington Julian Love DB Notre Dame

Love is arguably the best pure cover corner in the class. He can help a very average defensive back corps become a great pass defense.

47: Carolina Will Grier QB WVU

Cam Newton is a great QB, but he has had trouble with injuries seemingly every season. I have Grier as the No. 3 QB in the class and is a good value pickup to stash in case of injury and develop. Bonus points because Grier also grew up about 30 minutes from the stadium.

48: Miami Jalen Jelks DE Oregon

Jelks has great size and is versatile enough to do a variety of thing. Miami could use some help on the edge and Jelks is a good pickup at 48.

49: Cleveland Mack Wilson LB Alabama

Wilson can provide Cleveland with some much needed and experienced linebacker depth. Offense would probably be a better pick here after taking Baker in the first, but without any great value at 49, they go with the best player on the board.

50: Minnesota Jaylon Ferguson DE LA Tech

Ferguson is another small school guy who could really be an impact player at the next level. The 6’5” senior had 17.5 sacks and 26 tackles for a loss. Didn’t get a combine invite due to an incident that happened over 4 years ago. Really hoping that doesn’t hurt his draft stock.

51: Tennessee Greg Little OT Ole Miss

Drafting offensive lineman in the second round is never sexy for teams like the Titans but is much needed. Little was getting top 5 looks preseason but has fallen due to lack of speed and consistency. Let’s buy low on a super talented player and hopeful Left Tackle of the future.

52: Pittsburgh Te’Von Coney LB Notre Dame

T.J. Watt has been good, but without Ryan Shazier the Steeler’s linebacking core just hasn’t been performing. Coney is a versatile player who can make an impact wherever he is lined up.

53: Philadelphia (Via Ravens) Andy Isabella WR UMass

The most productive WR in the country last season, Isabella’s draft stock is heavily debated due to his 5’9″ size. He was trained by Randy Moss prior to the combine and ended up running a 4.31 40. The prototypical slot receiver to relieve Wentz.

54: Houston (Via Seahawks) Zach Allen DE Boston College

Allen is one of the strongest linemen in the class and will be a huge help rushing the passer as well as against the run. Seahawks could really use help on the O-Line, but don’t want to reach too much here.

55: Houston Eric McCoy C Texas A&M

McCoy has a ton of upside on the interior of the line and looks like a day one solid starter. Houston has probably the worst O-Line in the league. This is much needed.

56: New England (Via Bears) Kelvin Harmon WR NC State

Brady is throwing to trash cans on every single down. Get this guy a receiver. Harmon is a 6’3” speedster whose got high level WR potential. Newly acquired Daniel Jones will appreciate the pick.

57: Philadelphia Kendall Sheffield CB Ohio State

Philly needs help in pass protection and Sheffeld is among the fastest players in college football. He is versatile in coverage and will be able to contribute on special teams.

58: Dallas Irv Smith Jr. TE Alabama

Dallas has very little talent at the Tight End position and Irv Smith Jr. is an elite receiver prospect who can hopefully provide some stability. He is also a very good blocker which would help in the Cowboy’s run heavy offense.

59: Indianapolis Chase Winovich DE Michigan

If you’re a casual fan you may not know many players in the later rounds. You definitely know Winovich. One of the most passionate and hardworking players in CFB. Will provide a spark in a Colts defense that has developed into one of the league’s best.

60: LA Chargers Mitch Hyatt OT Clemson

Hyatt has his limitations as a prospect, but he is a career starter at Clemson who will have a long NFL career. A safe pickup who can start day 1 for a contending team.

61: Kansas City Rock Ya-Sin CB      

With such a fast-paced offense, the defense is going to be on the field a lot. Let’s get some more depth among the DBs in the ball hawking Ya-Sin.

62: New Orleans Jerry Tillery DT Notre Dame

Tillery is a big Huge body who can make an impact right away on the Saint’s defense. His run stuffing ability is among the best in the class.

63: New England Kaden Smith TE Stanford

Gronk is on his way out and Smith was among the top TEs in CFB last season and could make an impact right away for New England.

64: Kansas City (Via Rams) Damien Harris RB Alabama

Harris is a low floor RB that does a lot of the little things. With Hunt gone, the Chiefs could use a playmaker

3rd Round

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65: Arizona: Jeffery Simmons DT Mississippi State

Simmons was a Top 15 pick prior to his ACL tear a few weeks ago. Arizona is in no rush to win and get a huge talent in the early 3rd round.

66: Oakland David Edwards OT

Oakland beefs up their offensive line with a potential Day 1 starter in Edwards. Carr and Jacobs will appreciate this pick.

67: San Francisco Riley Ridley WR Georgia

After going back to back defense in rounds one and two, the 49ers go with Riley Ridley out of Georgia.

68: NY Jets Deebo Samuel WR South Carolina

Deebo has been one of the best kick returners in the nation for a few seasons and he is among the best route runners in the class. The Jets need playmakers and he’s the top on the board.

69: Jacksonville Gerald Willis DT Miami

Jacksonville gets some depth in the trenches in the big bodies run stopper in Willis.

70: Tampa Bay Isaiah Buggs DT Alabama

Buggs is a monster on the defensive line and can add some depth and playmaking at the DT spot for the Buccaneers.

71: NY Giants Forfeited Pick

72: Buffalo J.J. Arcega Whiteside WR Stanford

Bills could use some depth at receiver and go with the breakout Whiteside out of Stanford. He has shown WR1 potential and could be a big time player.

73: Cincinnati Taylor Rapp S Washington

A very smart player who is good in coverage and can stop the run. If Rapp was 6’2” he would be a first-round pick easily. 

74: New England Anthony Nelson DE Iowa

6’7” Pass rusher at the 74th pick? Sign Bill up. The Patriots get an edge rusher to provide depth and youth in an older group.

75: Denver Tyler Biadasz C Wisconsin

Denver could use some help on the interior. After snagging Lock in the second round, Biadasz was probably the best college center last season and is pro ready.

76: Green Bay Michael Jordan C/G Ohio State

Jordan can lineup at any of the interior offensive line spots and make an impact right away. He has some mechanical flaws but is potential is through the roof.

77: Washington Derrick Baity CB Kentucky

Baity was responsible for the SEC’s top receivers on one of the best defenses in the nation. The senior has NFL starting talent and can give the Redskins some defense after 2 offensive pickups.

78: Carolina: L.J. Collier DE/DT TCU

Collier broke onto Big Boards after his eye opening performance at the senior bowl and had a good enough combine to stay there. He can provide some depth on the Panther’s Defensive Line.

79: Miami Justice Hill RB Oklahoma State

Hill has 3-down-back potential and could get a lot of playtime right away if Frank Gore decides to hang them up next season. He had a very good combine.

80: Atlanta Juan Thornhill S Virginia

Defense Defense Defense. Let’s get the Falcons some defense. Thornhill is a big ball hawking safety with starter potential.

81: Cleveland Joe Jackson DE Miami

Jackson is a physical pass rusher who can work alongside Garrett and provide some depth on the line.

82: Minnesota Ryan Finley QB NC State

The Vikings take a luxury pick on a backup who has starter potential in Finley.

83: Tennessee Sutton Smith LB/DE Northern Illinois

Sutton Smith is on a short list of best defenders in CFB and could have a very solid pro career.

84: Pittsburgh Michael Jackson CB Miami

Jackson will be a rotational cornerback right away who may develop into something more.

85: Seattle Benny Snell RB Kentucky

Seattle has had a RB problem since Marshawn Lynch left and maybe Snell could be the answer to that. He can complement Penny and make an impact right away.

86: Baltimore Connor McGovern C/OG Penn State

Baltimore has moved to a run first team and could use some help on the O-Line. McGovern makes sense here.

87: Houston Anferee Jennings LB Alabama

Houston’s first defensive pick of the draft goes towards beefing up the linebacker core.

88: Chicago David Sills WR WVU

At 6’4″ with 33 TDs in two seasons, Sills is on a shortlist for best redzone receivers in the draft. The Bears could use another playmaker as no receiver had more than 4 TDs this season.

89: Detroit Ross Pierschbacher OG Alabama

Lions pick up one of the draft’s best interior lineman late in the 3rd round.

90: Indianapolis Michael Deiter OG Wisconsin

Colts take Deiter to add into the interior line that already boasts Ryan Kelly and Quentin Nelson.

91: Dallas Corey Bellentine CB Washburn

A small school prospect worth a flier in the late rounds. Bellentine can give Dallas’s young defense another building block to beef up a below average group of DBs.

92: LA Chargers David Long III LB WVU

The reigning Big 12 player of the year was one of the best defenders in the country this past season. Lack of size will lower his value, but he has high level starter potential.

93: Kansas City Austin Bryant DE Clemson

Beefing up Kansas City’s defense should be priority No. 1 in the offseason and Austin Bryant can contribute right away for the Chiefs.

94: NY Jets Chris Lindstrom OG Boston College

The Jet’s have an abysmal offensive line. Preventing pressure down the middle could be huge for Darnold’s development and Lindstrom can start Day One.

95: Cleveland Kaleb McGary OT Washington

Without Joe Thomas the Brown’s OTs have struggled. McGary is a big bodied player with starter potential.

96: Jacksonville Kendall Joseph LB Clemson

Jacksonville adds depth to an already solid LB core. Joseph plays a major role for Clemson and is NFL ready in the 3rd round.

97: Washington Lamont Galliard C Georgia

Washington picks up some depth on the interior. Galliard can likely slide over to guard if needed.

98: New England  Bobby Okereke LB Stanford

Okereke is a heat seeking missle with great NFL size at 6’3″ 234 LBS.

99: Jacksonville Ben Powers OG Oklahoma

The Nick Foles era is beginning and a lineman are needed in Jacksonville. Getting a potential starter this late in the draft is a great pickup.

100: LA Rams Darnell Savage Jr. S Maryland

Top 5 name in the draft. Savage Jr. is a great talent for the 100th pick. He can produce in a deep Rams backfield.

101: Carolina Sione Takitaki LB BYU

A tackling machine, Takitaki can help the Panther’s linebacking core. His impact in special teams will be immediate.

102: New England Amani Hooker S Iowa

Hooker doesn’t have elite size or speed, but the dude can play. He may be able to play major snaps immediately.

103: Baltimore Chauncey Gardner-Johnson S Florida

Baltimore adds some more depth at safety with Gardner-Johnson. He’s small for a safety, but is elite in coverage.

4th Round

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104: Arizona Jace Sternberger TE Texas A&M

105: San Francisco Anthony Johnson WR Buffalo

106: NY Jets Devin Singletary RB FAU

107: Oakland Saquan Hampton S Rutgers

108: Tampa Bay Dawson Knox TE Ole Miss

109: NY Giants Deshaun Davis LB Auburn

110: Jacksonville Jamel Dean CB Auburn

111: Cincinnati Germain Pratt LB NC State

112: Detroit Luka Denis S Boston College

113: Denver D’Andre Walker OLB Georgia

114: Buffalo Isaiah Prince OT Ohio State

115: Green Bay Brett Rypien QB Boise State

116: Carolina Elgton Jenkins C/OG Mississippi State

117: Miami Wyatt Ray DE Boston College

118: Atlanta Ugo Amandi CB/S Oregon

119: Green Bay Joejuan Williams CB Vanderbilt

120: Cleveland Antoine Wesley WR Texas Tech

121: Minnesota Iman Marshall CB USC

122: Tennessee Gary Jennings WR WVU

123: Pittsburgh Nate Davis OT UNC Charlotte

124: Baltimore Trayveon Williams RB Texas A&M

125: Seattle Dru Samia OG Oklahoma

126: Denver Miles Sanders RB Penn State

127: Chicago Mecole Hardman WR Georgia

128: Philadelphia Carl Granderson DE Wyoming

129: Dallas Demarcus Christmas DT Florida State

130 Indianapolis Darrell Henderson RB Memphis

131: LA Chargers T.J. Edward LB Wisconsin

131: Buffalo Kris Boyd CB Texas

133: NY Giants Cameron Smith LB USC

134: New England Terrill Hanks LB New Mexico State

135: LA Rams Rodney Anderson RB Oklahoma

136: Indianapolis Saivion Smith CB USC 

137: Dallas Ryan Bates OG Penn State

138: Atlanta Tyler Roemer OT San Diego State

139: Philadelphia Deion Calhoun OG Mississippi State

5th Round

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140: Arizona Blace Brown CB Troy 

141: NY Jets Jaquan Johnson S Miami

142: Oakland Terry McLauren WR Ohio Statee

143: NY Giants Tytus Howard OT Alabama State

144: NY Giants Sean Bunting CB CMU

145 Cleveland Garrett Bradberry C/G NC State

146: Tampa Bay Colton Jackson OT Arkansas

147: Detroit Marcus Norman OT USF

148: Denver Bobby Evans OT Oklahoma

149: Buffalo Ben Banogu DE TCU

150: Cincinnati Mecole Hardman WR Georgia

151: Green Bay Clayton Thorson QB Northwestern

152: Miami Gardner Minshew QB Washington State

153: Atlanta Vosean Joseph LB Florida

154: Washington Jamal David DE/LB Akron

155: Carolina Ricky Walker DT Virginia Tech

156: Cleveland Dakota Allen LB Texas Tech

157: Denver Karan Higdon RB Michigan

158: Tennessee Dennis Daley OT South Carolina

159: Buffalo Chuma Edoga OT USC

160: Seattle Jesse Burkett C Stanford

161: Baltimore Andrew Wingard S Wyoming

162: Houston Khalil Hodge LB Buffalo

163: Chicago Darryl Williams OG Mississippi State

164: Philadelphia Terry Beckner Jr. DE Missouri

165: Indianapolis Chase Hansen S/LB Utah

166: Dallas Michael Dogbe DT Temple

167: LA Chargers Lonnie Johnson Jr. CB Kentucky

168: Kansas City Martez Ivey OG/OT Florida

169: New Orleans Renell Wren DT Arizona State

170: Cleveland Gary Johnson LB Texas 

171: LA Rams Jah’Shawn Johnson S Texas Tech

172: NY Giants Keegan Render C Iowa

173: Atlanta Bryce Love RB Stanford

174: Washington Mark McLaurin S Mississippi State

6th Round

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175: Arizona Josh Oliver TE San Jose State

176: Pittsburgh Miles Sanders RB Penn State

177: San Francisco Tyree Jackson QB Buffalo

178: New Orleans Daniel Wise Jr. DT Kansas

179: Jacksonville Sam Mustipher C/OG Notre Dame

180: Tampa Bay Stanley Morgan Jr. WR Nebraska

181: NY Giants Anthony Ratliff-Williams WR UNC

182: Denver Alijah Holder CB Stanford

183: Buffalo Jalin Moore RB Appalachian State

184: Cincinnati Wes Hills RB Slippery Rock

185: Detroit Marvell Tell III S USC

186: Green Bay Calvin Thorockmorton OT Oregon  

187: Atlanta James Williams RB Washington State

188: Washington (Forfeited)

189: Carolina John Cominsky DT/DE Charleston 

190: Miami Trevon Wesco TE WVU

191: Cleveland Khalen Sanders DE Western Illinois

192: Minnesota Ryquell Armstead RB Temple

193: Baltimore Isaiah Johnson DB Houston

194: Pittsburgh Shareef Miller DE Penn State

195: Baltimore Jordan Jones OLB Kentucky

196: Green Bay Zach Moss RB Utah

197: Houston Delvon Randall S Temple

198: Oakland Jimmy Moreland CB JMU 

199: Philadelphia Daylon Mack DT Texas A&M

200: Dallas Jarrett Stidham QB Auburn

201: Indianapolis T.J. Vasher WR Texas Tech

202: LA Chargers Garrett Brumfield OG LSU

203: Kansas City DaMarkus Lodge WR Ole Miss

204: New Orleans Easton Stick QB North Dakota State

205: Detroit Porter Guston DE USC

206: LA Rams Zedric Woods CB Ole Miss

207: New England Zack Bailey OG South Carolina

208: Washington Joe Dineen Jr. LB Kansas

209: Arizona Alex Barnes RB Kansas State

210: Philadelphia Trace McSorley QB Penn State

211: Minnesota Emanuel Hall WR Missouri

212: Cincinnati Myles Gaskin RB Washington

213: Cincinnati Dillon Mitchell WR Oregon

214: San Francisco Miles Boykin WR Notre Dame

215: Cincinnati Mike Weber RB Ohio State

216: Kansas City Tyre Brady WR Marshall

7th Round

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217: Arizona Jalen Hurd WR/RB Baylor

218: San Francisco Chris Slayton DT Syracuse

219: NY Jets Trysten Hill DT UCF

220: Oakland Kingsley Keke DT Texas A&M

221: Pittsburgh Justin Hollins LB Oregon

222: NY Giants Joe Lowery OT Ohio

223: Jacksonville Damian Prince OG Maryland

224: Buffalo Christian Miller LB Alabama

225: Cincinnati Qadree Wilson RB Pitt

226: Detroit Justin Layne CB Michigan State

227: Denver D’Cota Dixon S Wisconsin

228: Green Bay Joe Giles-Harris LB Duke

229: Washington Max Scharping OT Northern Illinois 

230: Buffalo Hjalte Froholdt OG Arkansas

231: Miami Yosuah Nijman OT Virginia Tech

232: Atlanta Travis Homer RB Miami

233: Cleveland Damon Arnette CB Ohio State

234: NY Giants Isaac Nauta TE Georgia

235: Tennessee Darius Slayton WR Auburn

236: Detroit Montre Hartage CB Northwestern

237: Oakland Kyle Shurmur QB Vanderbilt

238: Cleveland Dexter Williams RB Notre Dame

239: Denver Kevin Strong Jr. DT USTA

240: Chicago Mitch Wishnowsky P Utah

241: New England Hunter Renfrow WR Clemson

242: Indianapolis Kahale Warring TE San Diego State

243: Dallas Malik Fountain LB CMU

244: LA Chargers Jonathan Ledbetter DE Georgia

245: Kansas City Drue Tranquill LB Notre Dame

246: New Orleans Ed Alexander DT LSU

247: New England Alexander Mattison RB Boise State

248: Denver L.J. Scott RB Michigan State

249: Minnesota Zach Gentry TE Michigan

250: Arizona Cole Tracy K LSU

251: Arizona Marquise Blair S Utah

252: Minnesota Iousa Opeta OG Weber State

253: LA Rams Corbin Kaufusi DT BYU

254: New England Elijah Holyfield RB Georgia

255: Washington Matt Gay K Utah

256: Arizona Jerome Washington TE Rutgers

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