2018 NFL Mock Draft

  1. 2018 NFL MOCK DRAFT

  2. Last Updated: 4/26/2018

  3. The 2018 NFL Draft is just hours away, so here is our final, 7-round, 2018 NFL Mock Draft. Let's get right to it!

  4. 1. Cleveland Browns – Baker Mayfield, QB, Oklahoma 

A surprise late addition to the #1 overall pick discussion, sources all over the league believe the Browns are now leaning toward making the Heisman trophy winner the top pick in the draft. Mayfield has been a major winner, something Cleveland executive John Dorsey has said he values highly, and while Josh Allen's name continues to be tossed around as well, Mayfield is the favorite at this point. 

  1. 2. New York Giants – Sam Darnold, QB, USC 

New York Giants GM Dave Gettleman's public comments about wanting a guy that "you can picture in a gold jacket" this high in the draft has caused most draft pundits to overthink this pick. The Giants are in dire need of a quarterback, regardless of the praise the organization continues to heap on Eli Manning, and for an organization like the Giants they don't often get a chance to draft this high. Passing on arguably the draft's top quarterback in Darnold would prove to be a major mistake long-term. It'll be tough to pass on the immediate impact a Saquon Barkley could have, but a franchise quarterback is a must for any Super Bowl contender. 

  1. 3. New York Jets (via IND) - Josh Rosen, QB, UCLA

The Jets paid a hefty price to move up from #6 to #3, ensuring that they were in a position to draft their future franchise quarterback. Sources believe the Jets would be happy with any of Mayfield, Darnold or Rosen, which is why they made the trade with the Colts official following Josh Rosen's pro day. Rosen is a great talent that seems to have been a bit forgotten during the draft process, but he very well could emerge as the best quarterback in this class. He'd be a great choice to lead the Jets, especially with his west-coast rival leading the Giants. 

  1. 4. Cleveland Browns (via HOU) - Saquon Barkley, RB, Penn State 

The Browns would be ecstatic if the Giants and Jets both select quarterbacks, because it would give the franchise their choice between Barkley or Bradley Chubb. With Myles Garrett already filling one end position, Barkley's combination of immense potential and immediate impact make him the choice. Barkley has drawn comparisons to Barry Sanders, which seems a bit extreme, but the Marshall Faulk comparisons are very good. He could be an MVP-caliber running back during his career. 

  1. 5. Denver Broncos – Bradley Chubb, DE, North Carolina State 

I would imagine in this scenario it'd be very difficult for John Elway to pass on arguably the strongest armed quarterback prospect in history in Josh Allen, but Chubb is simply too good of a prospect to pass on, especially with Case Keenum taking up a large chunk of the salary cap. Pairing Chubb with Von Miller would give the Broncos defense the kind of feared pass rush it had during it's Super Bowl run.  

**TRADE: The Indianapolis Colts trade the #6 overall pick to the Buffalo Bills for the #12 and #22 overall picks.** 

  1. 6. Buffalo Bills (via IND via NYJ) - Josh Allen, QB, Wyoming 

Josh Allen seems like a wonderful kid, who works hard and is truly a very humble young man. He's got one of the best throwing arms of all-time in shorts and a t-shirt, but for some reason his ridiculous arm strength hasn't really turned into great play at this point. His accuracy is terrible, and while those close to him claim they can fix his mechanics that caused a lot of his accuracy issues, we'll believe it when we see it. His arm strength would be a great fit in the cold weather of Buffalo, but it'd be a shame to give up both first round picks for a prospect we believe is the most overrated quarterback prospect in quite some time. Again, he seems like a great kid, and we'd love to be wrong, but he's got bust written all over him. 

  1. 7. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Derwin James, DB, Florida State 

Reports continue to leak out of Tampa Bay that the organization is zeroing in on Derwin James, and while most draft experts would be surprised to see James as the first defensive back off the board, he was the best defensive back in college football a few seasons ago and played extremely well during the second half this season once he was fully healthy. The Bucs need to improve their defensive backfield, and the versatility James would provide the Bucs is very valuable. 

  1. 8. Chicago Bears – Quenton Nelson, OG, Notre Dame 

Maybe the draft's best overall player, it's difficult to take a guard in the top 10 let alone the top 5. At this point, though, the Bears would be wise to draft Nelson, who is widely regarded as the draft's safest prospect. The team needs to protect Mitchell Trubisky, and with the addition of Allen Robinson, shoring up the offensive line with a value pick like Nelson would be a great move. Add in the fact that the Bears hired Notre Dame's offensive line coach, and it makes the fit even more of a no-brainer.

  1. 9. San Francisco 49ers - Denzel Ward, DB, Ohio State 

As the draft's top true corner, the 49ers would be ecstatic if Denzel Ward remains available when they're on the clock. While a playmaking wide receiver would be ideal, there simply aren't any players worthy of drafting this highly to fill that need. Even with the organizations decision to sign Richard Sherman, they could use a standout young player to both complement a healthy Sherman and as insurance in the event that the former Seahawk has trouble returning from his Achilles' injury. 

  1. 10. Oakland Raiders - Minkah Fitzpatrick, DB, Alabama  

Widely regarded as one of the draft's top two defenders with Bradley Chubb, it would be a surprise based on current projections if the former Alabama standout fell to the 10th pick in the draft. However, hybrid safety/corners with a lot of versatility tend to be horribly undervalued at the NFL level, regardless of how good they truly are. Jon Gruden would have to be thrilled to add a talent like Fitzpatrick to a defense that's already anchored by Khalil Mack. 

  1. 11. Miami Dolphins – Roquan Smith, LB, Georgia 

The Dolphins have been flirting with several potential first round quarterbacks, and if any of the top 4 fall to 11 the Dolphins will likely take a quarterback. With the top 4 signal callers gone in this scenario, the Dolphins fill a need for a rangy inside linebacker by drafting one of the best athletes available. Smith isn't quite the athlete fellow linebacker Tremaine Edmunds is, but he's a better overall football player at this point and he seems poised to make an impact from day one. 

  1. 12. Indianapolis Colts (via BUF via CIN) Tremaine Edmunds, LB, Virginia Tech 

New Colts General Manager Chris Ballard has stated in multiple interviews this off-season that the Colts will need to bring in several athletic defenders to fit new defensive coordinator Matt Eberflus' scheme. Edmunds may be the best athlete in the entire draft, and he has as much upside as any player in the draft.  

  1. 13. Washington Redskins – Vita Vea, DT, Washington 

With the league's worst rushing defense in 2017, the Redskins badly need to target a run stuffing defensive tackle in the early parts of the draft. With no linebackers or defensive backs remaining worthy of this pick, Vea is a no-brainer in our opinion. One of the draft's largest humans, Vea brings ridiculous athleticism for his size and potential to develop into one of the best nose tackles in recent memory. He's going to need to improve his conditioning so he can make an impact more often, but at his best he's scary good. 

  1. 14. Green Bay Packers - DJ Moore, WR, Maryland 

The Packers don't seem to be handling Aaron Rodgers final act very well. They've released his favorite receiver and fired his position coach without consulting with him on either decision. That's certainly within the organizations rights, but man, does that seem silly. Even if it's just a pretend "what do you think, Aaron?" Phone call, give him the time of day. He's the best damn quarterback in football basically every season. Considering Rodgers is currently just the third highest paid quarterback in his own division, the Packers need to start making right by their franchise quarterback. Drafting a player like DJ Moore would be a great start, and most teams likely have Moore rated above the more popular Calvin Ridley at this point. 

  1. 15. Arizona Cardinals - Calvin Ridley, WR, Alabama 

After a mediocre combine performance, Ridley's stock has continued to fall as we approach draft night. Some scouts think he could fall out of the first round entirely, although that would be a surprise to us. Even with a generally poor combine showing, his 40-yard-dash time (4.43) showed he's got the game-breaking speed he showed at times at Alabama. However, he's not quite the prospect most expected coming into the season. He'd benefit immensely from a season under the great Larry Fitzgerald's tutelage. 

  1. 16. Baltimore Ravens - Mike Gesecki, TE, Penn State 

Admittedly, the Ravens may be a bit gun shy to use another high draft pick on a tight end after Crockett Gilmore (3rd round) and Maxx Williams (2nd round) have both been failures for the most part. However, Gesecki's athletic display at the combine undoubtedly put him as the top tight end on at least some teams boards, and a healthy Joe Flacco would really benefit from a tight end that is a true deep threat like Gesecki. 

  1. 17. Los Angeles Chargers - Leighton Vander Esch, LB, Boise State 

The Chargers need to improve their run defense, but with Vita Vea off the board, a defensive tackle doesn't make much sense at this juncture. Adding an athletic linebacker that can roam sideline to sideline would help the defense cut down on running lanes much quicker, and it's no secret that Chargers' defensive coordinator Gus Bradley loves athletic linebackers. Vander Esch's versatility would also allow him to be used all over the defense, making him a great pairing with standout youngster Denzel Perryman. 

**TRADE: The Seattle Seahawks trade the #18 overall pick to the Indianapolis Colts for the #22 overall pick and the #67 overall pick** 

  1. 18. Indianapolis Colts (via SEA) - Marcus Davenport, DE, UTSA 

With a boatload of picks, the Colts are willing to pay a slight premium to move up to the #18 pick and ensure they land another very good athlete to help rebuild their defense. Adding an edge rusher like Marcus Davenport to a hybrid end/cover linebacker like Tremaine Edmunds would give the Colts a fantastic building block for their defense. The Seahawks, with no second or third rounder, would be ecstatic to trade down a few spots and add a day-two pick. 

  1. 19. Dallas Cowboys - Jaire Alexander, DB, Louisville 

While a receiver is a real possibility, only Moore and Ridley provide the kind of value Dallas should target at this point in the draft. With both of those players off the board, adding a young standout corner like Alexander would be a wise decision. With Orlando Scandrick leaving and the Cowboys defensive backfield having a bit of a down year in 2017, adding a defensive back on day one or day two is a must. 

  1. 20. Detroit Lions - Ronald Jones II, RB, USC 

The Lions badly need to improve their running game, and the coaching change to New England-bred Matt Patricia means the organization will likely be much more reliant on the running game next season. After a poor 40-yard-dash at the combine with an injured hamstring, Jones put any worries to rest at his pro-day by running a 4.48. His tape is sensational and he's incredibly shifty, but what stands out the most is how quickly he hits the hole. He'd be the perfect lightning to recently signed LeGarrette Blount's thunder for a year before taking over the lead role on his own in the near future. 

  1. 21. Cincinnati Bengals (via BUF) - Lamar Jackson, QB, Louisville 

It's no secret Andy Dalton has had an up and down career in Cincinnati, and while his contract remains a bargain for a starting quarterback, Lamar Jackson's upside is simply too enticing to pass on at this point. Dalton's contract would allow Jackson to spend a season or two on the bench if he truly needs to be developed, but more than likely he'd be starting over Dalton by the end of the season. Jackson remains the drafts most underrated player, and assuming whichever team drafts him is willing to tweak their offense to his strengths, a lot of teams are going to look silly for passing on him. 

  1. 22. Seattle Seahawks (via IND via BUF via KC) - Dallas Goedert, TE, South Dakota State 

Dallas Goedert has been college football's best tight end over the last two seasons, putting up massive numbers for South Dakota State. He's drawn comparisons to Rob Gronkowski, and while he's not quite the athlete Gronk was, Goedert doesn't have the health concerns that caused Gronk to fall out of round 1. With the Seahawks losing Jimmy Graham to free agency, they'd likely love to draft a replacement who's making a fraction of the money the Packers gave to Graham. With Russell Wilson's contract due for an extension in the near future, it'd be wise to put some talent around him and see what the offense can do. 

  1. 23. New England Patriots (via LAR) - Mike McGlinchy, T, Notre Dame 

With the Giants paying a ridiculous sum to lure former Patriots tackle Nate Solder to the Big Apple, New England could badly use an NFL ready tackle capable of playing early next season. McGlinchy has experience at both tackle positions and was likely NFL-ready after last season, so he should be one of the drafts most NFL-ready lineman in years. His upside may be a bit lower than a few other tackles, but he's a very intelligent player and he would be a viable replacement for Nate Solder long-term. 

  1. 24. Carolina Panthers - Kolton Miller, T, UCLA 

Just one season after signing Matt Kalil, the Panthers are almost certain to move on from Kalil following this coming season. Drafting his replacement a year early would allow Miller to spend his rookie season as an important depth piece, especially with Kalil's injury history, and there's a chance Miller could even beat out Kalil early this season. Miller's the best athlete of all the tackle prospects, which some scouts feel gives him the most upside of any tackle. 

  1. 25. Tennessee Titans - Harold Landry, DE/OLB, Boston College 

The Titans will almost certainly draft a defensive player if they hold onto the #25 pick, and the team could target an edge rusher like Landry or possibly an upgrade at linebacker long-term with someone like Alabama's Rashaan Evans. Landry gets the nod here because getting after the quarterback remains priority number one for good defenses, and even with Landry's down season, he's one of the best pure pass rushers in the draft. 

  1. 26. Atlanta Falcons - Taven Bryan, DT, Florida 

Atlanta would benefit from adding some athleticism to their front line, and Taven Bryan is one of the draft's best athletes along the defensive line. His production didn't always match his physical gifts, but scouts believe he was used horribly at Florida, and will benefit from correct coaching and situational substitutions at the next level. Bryan could very well emerge as the best defensive tackle from this class in the near future, if he can continue to develop and can show a high motor. 

  1. 27. New Orleans Saints - Hayden Hurst, TE, South Carolina 

The Saints hit a home run at last year's draft, selecting the offensive and defensive rookies of the year, which helped propel them to within one play of the NFC Championship game. With Drew Brees entering the twilight of his career, the organization could potentially look to draft his long-term replacement, but it seems more likely they will look for someone who can make an impact from day one to try and help Brees and company win at least one more Super Bowl before he retires. Hayden Hurst is a bit old for a first round prospect, but most tight ends don't have extremely long careers anyway, and he's arguably the most well-rounded tight end in the draft. He also should be the most NFL-ready, which is something the Saints will likely value. 

  1. 28. Pittsburgh Steelers - Rashaan Evans, ILB, Alabama 

With the devastating injury to Ryan Shazier still looming over this franchise, they need to upgrade their middlie linebacker position in a major way. Shazier was a great player and his injury left a huge hole in the middle of the Steelers defense. Evans was a stud for the Crimson Tide all season long, and spending three plus seasons learning from Nick Saban and that Alabama coaching staff should have Evans as NFL-ready as any linebacker in the draft. 

  1. 29. Jacksonville Jaguars - Courtland Sutton, WR, SMU 

After letting Allen Robinson leave via free agency to the Chicago Bears, and watching Allen Hurns sign with the Dallas Cowboys, the Jaguars need to add some talent at the receiver position. With Blake Bortles the starting quarterback for at least one more season, the Jaguars would be wise to try and get him a big bodied receiver like Sutton to give Bortles mediocre accuracy a boost. With a standout defense and solid running game, Sutton's emergence could make the Jaguars an incredibly deep team very soon. 

  1. 30. Minnesota Vikings - Mike Hughes, CB, Central Florida 

Mike Zimmer has proven he loves to draft defensive backs high, as the Vikings have drafted Xavier Rhodes and Trae Waynes in the first round and Mackenzie Alexander in the second round during Zimmer's time in Minnesota. Alexander has not developed much at all, and with Waynes potentially hitting free agency in the near future, it seems likely the Vikings will target a cornerback early in the draft. Hughes didn't have a great combine performance, and he has off-the-field concerns that most teams expect will cause him to fall further than he should. But there's no denying when he's on the field he's arguably the best corner in the country, and Zimmer would be thrilled to have an upgrade in the nickel over the struggling Alexander. 

  1. 31. New England Patriots - Mason Rudolph, QB, Oklahoma State 

This may seem like a bit of a reach, but Bill Belichick is one of the smartest salary cap minds in the league. Under the current system, it's incredibly valuable to draft a first round quarterback, because first round players come with a fifth-year team option that will be considerably lower than the franchise tag would cost. By drafting Rudolph at #31, instead of say with the 49ers second round pick, the organization would be in much better shape a few years down the road if Rudolph develops into a starting quarterback. Don't think New England hasn't thought about this, especially since having a fifth year option on Jimmy G may have enabled them to keep both him and Tom Brady for one more season. 

  1. 32. Philadelphia Eagles - Sony Michel, RB, Georgia 

With a quartet of solid running backs including recently acquired Jay Ajayi, a first round running back may seem a bit odd at first glance. But Ajayi is a free agent following the 2018 season, and guys like Corey Clement and Wendell Smallwood are best suited for situational roles. Michel is one of the draft's most talented running backs and he has a game that projects better at the next level, as his pass catching ability is very good as well. Michel and Ajayi would form a potent 1-2 combination for one season before Michel could take over as the lead back in year 2. 

Round 2 

  1. 33. Cleveland Browns – Connor Williams, T, Texas 

  1. 34. New York Giants – Nick Chubb, RB, Georgia 

  1. 35. Cleveland Browns (via HOU) - Josh Jackson, CB, Iowa 

  1. 36. Indianapolis Colts – Derrius Guice, RB, LSU 

  1. 37. Indianapolis Colts (via NYJ) - Da'Ron Payne, DT, Alabama 

  1. 38. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Donte Jackson, CB, LSU 

  1. 39. Chicago Bears - Malik Jefferson, LB, Texas 

  1. 40. Denver Broncos - Will Hernandez, OG, UTEP 

  1. 41. Oakland Raiders - Harrison Phillips, DT, Stanford 

  1. 42. Miami Dolphins - Mark Andrews, TE, Oklahoma 

  1. 43. New England Patriots (via SF) - DJ Chark, WR, LSU 

  1. 44. Washington Redskins - Uchenna Nwosu, OLB, USC 

  1. 45. Green Bay Packers - Sam Hubbard, DE, Ohio State 

  1. 46. Cincinnati Bengals - James Daniels, G/C, Iowa 

  1. 47. Arizona Cardinals – Luke Falk, QB, Washington State 

  1. 48. Los Angeles Chargers - Kyle Lauletta, QB, Richmond 

  1. 49. Indianapolis Colts (via NYJ via SEA) - Isaiah Wynn, OG, Georgia 

  1. 50. Dallas Cowboys  Christian Kirk, WR, Texas A&M 

  1. 51. Detroit Lions - Frank Ragnow, C, Arkansas 

  1. 52. Baltimore Ravens - James Washington, WR, Oklahoma State 

  1. 53. Buffalo Bills - Josey Jewell, LB, Iowa 

  1. 54. Kansas City Chiefs - Arden Key, DE, LSU 

  1. 55. Carolina Panthers - Justin Reid, S, Stanford 

  1. 56. Buffalo Bills (via LAR) - Orlando Brown, OT, Oklahoma 

  1. 57. Tennessee Titans - Rashaad Penny, RB, San Diego State 

  1. 58. Atlanta Falcons - Jordan Lasley, WR, UCLA 

  1. 59. San Francisco 49ers (via NO) - Michael Gallup, WR, Colorado State 

  1. 60. Pittsburgh Steelers - Jessie Bates III, S, Wake Forest 

  1. 61. Jacksonville Jaguars - Jamarco Jones, OT, Ohio State 

  1. 62. Minnesota Vikings - Josh Sweat, DE, Florida State 

  2. 63. New England Patriots - Isaiah Oliver, CB, Colorado

  3. 64. Cleveland Browns (via PHI) - Lorenzo Carter, OLB, Georgia

Round 3 

  1. 65. Buffalo Bills (via CLE) - Billy Price, OG/C, Ohio State

  2. 66. New York Giants - Austen Corbett, OG, Nevada

  3. 67. Seattle Seahawks (via IND) - Anthony Miller, WR, Memphis

  4. 68. Houston Texans - Tyrell Crosby, OT, Oregon

  5. 69. New York Giants (via TB) - Brian O'Neill, OT, Pittsburgh

  6. 70. San Francisco 49ers (via CHI) - Ronnie Harrison, S, Alabama

  7. 71. Denver Broncos - Dante Pettis, WR, Washington

  8. 72. New York Jets - Geron Christian, OT, Louisville

  9. 73. Miami Dolphins - Nathan Shepherd, DT, Fort Hays State

  10. 74. San Francisco 49ers - Martinas Rankin, OL, Mississippi State

  11. 75. Oakland Raiders - Braden Smith, OG, Auburn
  13. 76. Green Bay Packers - Carlton Davis, CB, Auburn

  14. 77. Cincinnati Bengals - Chukwuma Okorafor, OT, Western Michigan

  15. 78. Kansas City Chiefs (via WAS) - Nick Nelson, CB, Wisconsin

  16. 79. Arizona Cardinals - Terrell Edmunds, S, Virginia Tech

  17. 80. Houston Texans (via SEA) - Oren Burks, OLB, Vanderbilt

  18. 81. Dallas Cowboys - BJ Hill, DT, North Carolina State

  19. 82. Detroit Lions - Andrew Brown, DE, Virginia

  20. 83. Baltimore Ravens - Will Richardson, OT, North Carolina State

  21. 84. Los Angeles Chargers - Tim Settle, DT, Virginia Tech

  22. 85. Carolina Panthers (via BUF) - Rashaan Gaulden, CB, Tennessee

  23. 86. Kansas City Chiefs - DaeSean Hamilton, WR, Penn State

  24. 87. Los Angeles Rams - Obo Okoronkwo, OLB, Oklahoma

  25. 88. Carolina Panthers - Kerryon Johnson, RB, Auburn

  26. 89. Tennessee Titans - Folorunso Fatukasi, DT, UConn

  27. 90. Atlanta Falcons - Rasheem Green, DE, USC

  28. 91. New Orleans Saints - Darius Leonard,OLB, South Carolina State

  29. 92. Pittsburgh Steelers - Nyheim Hines, RB, North Carolina State

  30. 93. Jacksonville Jaguars - Micah Kyser, ILB, Virginia

  31. 94. Minnesota Vikings - Maurice Hurst, DT, Michigan

  32. 95. New England Patriots - Tyquan Lewis, DE, Ohio State

  33. 96. Buffalo Bills (via PHI) - Keke Coutee, WR, Texas Tech

  34. 97. Arizona Cardinals - Duke Dawson, CB, Florida

  35. 98. Houston Texans - Kemoko Turay, DE, Rutgers

  36. 99. Denver Broncos - Royce Freeman, RB, Oregon

  37. 100. Cincinnati Bengals - Marcus Allen, S, Penn State

Round 4

  1. 101. Green Bay Packers (via CLE) - DeShon Elliott, S, Texas

  2. 102. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (via NYG) - Michael Dickson, P, Texas

  3. 103. Houston Texans - Wyatt Teller, OG, Virginia Tech

  4. 104. Indianapolis Colts - Genard Avery, ILB, Memphis

  5. 105. Chicago Bears - Hercules Mata'afa, DT, Washington State

  6. 106. Denver Broncos - MJ Stewart, CB, North Carolina

  7. 107. New York Jets - Allen Lazard, WR, Iowa State

  8. 108. New York Giants (via TB) - Deon Cain, WR, Clemson

  9. 109. Washington Redskins (via DEN via SF) - Mason Cole, C, Michigan

  10. 110. Oakland Raiders - Shaquem Griffin, OLB, Central Florida

  11. 111. Los Angeles Rams (via MIA) - Fred Warner, ILB, BYU

  12. 112. Cincinnati Bengals - Akrum Wadley, RB, Iowa

  13. 113. Denver Broncos (via WAS) - Riley Ferguson, QB, Memphis

  14. 114. Cleveland Browns (via GB) - Troy Apke, S, Penn State

  15. 115. Chicago Bears (via ARI) - Duke Ejiofor, DE, Wake Forest

  16. 116. Dallas Cowboys - Ian Thomas, TE, Indiana

  17. 117. Detroit Lions - Jordan Akins, TE, Central Florida

  18. 118. Baltimore Ravens - Armani Watts, S, Texas A&M

  19. 119. Los Angeles Chargers - Will Clapp, OG, LSU

  20. 120. Seattle Seahawks - Tarvarus McFadden, DB, Florida State

  21. 121. Buffalo Bills - Deadrin Senat, DT, South Florida

  22. 122. Kansas City Chiefs - Sam Jones, OG, Arizona State

  23. 123. Miami Dolphins (via CLE via CAR) - Trey Quinn, WR, SMU

  24. 124. Kansas City Chiefs (via LAR) - Leon Jacobs, OLB, Wisconsin

  25. 125. Tennessee Titans - Sean Welsh, OG, Iowa

  26. 126. Atlanta Falcons - JC Jackson, CB, Maryland

  27. 127. New Orleans Saints - Jalyn Holmes, DE, Ohio State

  28. 128. San Francisco 49ers (via PIT) - Jerome Baker, OLB, Ohio State

  29. 129. Jacksonville Jaguars - Kyle Allen, QB, Houston

  30. 130. Philadelphia Eagles (via MIN) - Joe Noteboom, OT, TCU

  31. 131. Miami Dolphins (via NE via MIA) - Mike White, QB, Western Kentucky

  32. 132. Philadelphia Eagles - Trenton Thompson, DT, Georgia

  33. 133. Green Bay Packers - Davin Bellamy, OLB, Georgia

  34. 134. Arizona Cardinals - Greg Senat, OT, Wagner

  35. 135. Los Angeles Rams (via NYG) - Auden Tate, WR, Florida State

  36. 136. Los Angeles Rams (via NE) - Tremon Smith, CB, Central Arkansas

  37. 137. Dallas Cowboys - Dorrance Armstrong Jr, DE, Kansas

Round 5

  1. 138. Green Bay Packers (via CLE) - Chris Worley, ILB, Ohio State

  2. 139. New York Giants - DJ Reed, CB, Kansas State

  3. 140. Indianapolis Colts - Matt Pryor, OT, TCU

  4. 141. Seattle Seahawks (via HOU) - Holton Hill, CB, Texas

  5. 142. Washington Redskins (via DEN) - John Kelly, RB, Tennessee

  6. 143. San Francisco 49ers (via NYJ) - Tyler Conklin, TE, Central Michigan

  7. 144. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Desmond Harrison, OT, West Georgia

  8. 145. Chicago Bears - Simmie Cobbs, WR, Indiana

  9. 146. Seattle Seahawks (via OAK) - Breeland Speaks, DE, Mississippi

  10. 147. New Orleans Saints (via MIA) - Equanimeous St. Brown, WR, Notre Dame

  11. 148. Pittsburgh Steelers (via SF) - Isaac Yiadom, CB, Boston College

  12. 149. Denver Broncos (via WAS) - Chris Herndon, TE, Miami

  13. 150. Cleveland Browns (via GB) - Justin Jones, DT, North Carolina State

  14. 151. Cincinnati Bengals - Antonio Callaway, WR, Florida

  15. 152. Arizona Cardinals - Kylie Fitts, DE, Utah

  16. 153. Detroit Lions - Derrick Nnadi, DT, Florida State

  17. 154. Baltimore Ravens - Bo Scarbrough, RB, Alabama

  18. 155. Los Angeles Chargers - Brandon Parker, OT, North Carolina A&T

  19. 156. Seattle Seahawks - RJ McIntosh, DT, Miami

  20. 157. New York Jets (via DAL) - Ryan Izzo, TE, Florida State

  21. 158. Cincinnati Bengals (via BUF) - Parry Nickerson, CB, Tulane

  22. 159. Oakland Raiders (via NE via CLE via KC) - Cedric Wilson, WR, Boise State

  23. 160. Denver Broncos (via LAR) - Nick DeLuca, ILB, North Dakota State

  24. 161. Carolina Panthers - Chad Thomas, DE, Miami

  25. 162. Tennessee Titans - Kyzir White, S, West Virginia

  26. 163. Washington Redskins (via DEN via ATL) - Taron Johnson, CB, Weber State

  27. 164. New Orleans Saints - Scott Quessenberry, C, UCLA

  28. 165. Pittsburgh Steelers - Kurt Benkert, QB, Virginia

  29. 166. Buffalo Bills (via JAX) - Tre'Quan Smith, WR, Central Florida

  30. 167. Minnesota Vikings - Cole Madison, OT, Washington State

  31. 168. Seattle Seahawks (via NE) - Kalen Ballage, RB, Arizona State

  32. 169. Philadelphia Eagles - Dalton Schultz, TE, Stanford

  33. 170. Cincinnati Bengals - Dorian O'Daniel, OLB, Clemson

  34. 171. Dallas Cowboys - Rod Taylor, G/T, Mississippi

  35. 172. Green Bay Packers - Logan Woodside, QB, Toledo

  36. 173. Oakland Raiders (via DAL) - Chandon Sullivan, CB, Georgia State

  37. 174. Green Bay Packers - D'Montre Ward, CB, Murray State

Round 6

  1. 175. Cleveland Browns - Tarvarius Moore, S, Southern Mississippi

  2. 176. Los Angeles Rams (via NYG) - Marquez Valdes-Scantling, WR, USF

  3. 177. Houston Texans - Avonte Maddox, CB, Pittsburgh

  4. 178. Indianapolis Colts - Anthony Averett, CB, Alabama

  5. 179. New York Jets - Trevon Young, DE, Louisville

  6. 180. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Kamrin Moore, CB, Boston College

  7. 181. Chicago Bears - Toby Weathersby, OT, LSU

  8. 182. Arizona Cardinals (via DEN) - Coleman Shelton, C, Washington

  9. 183. Los Angeles Rams (via MIA) - Trayvon Henderson, S, Hawaii

  10. 184. San Francisco 49ers - Bilal Nichols, DT, Delaware

  11. 185. Oakland Raiders - Jack Cichy, ILB, Wisconsin

  12. 186. Green Bay Packers - Ito Smith, RB, Southern Mississippi

  13. 187. Buffalo Bills (via CIN) - Deon Yelder, TE, Western Kentucky

  14. 188. Cleveland Browns (via WAS) - Braxton Berrios, WR, Miami

  15. 189. New Orleans Saints (via ARI) - Chase Litton, QB, Marshall

  16. 190. Baltimore Ravens - Shaun Dion Hamilton, ILB, Alabama

  17. 191. Los Angeles Chargers - Da'Shawn Hand, DE, Alabama

  18. 192. Dallas Cowboys (via OAK via SEA) - Quin Blanding, S, Virginia

  19. 193. Dallas Cowboys - DeMario Richard, RB, Arizona State

  20. 194. Los Angeles Rams (via DET) - Brad Lundblade, C/G, Oklahoma State

  21. 195. Los Angeles Rams (via BUF) - KC McDermott, OG, Miami

  22. 196. Kansas City Chiefs - Godwin Igwebuike, S, Northwestern

  23. 197. Carolina Panthers - Daurice Fountain, WR, Northern Iowa

  24. 198. New England Patriots (via LAR) - Mark Walton, RB, Miami

  25. 199. Tennessee Titans - Bradley Bozeman, C, Alabama

  26. 200. Atlanta Falcons - Jaylen Samuels, FB, North Carolina State

  27. 201. New Orleans Saints - Kameron Kelly, S, San Diego State

  28. 202. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (via PIT) - David Wells, TE, San Diego State

  29. 203. Jacksonville Jaguars - Brendan Mahon, OG, Penn State

  30. 204. Minnesota Vikings - Marcell Ateman, WR, Oklahoma State

  31. 205. Washington Redskins (via CLE via NE) - Tanner Lee, QB, Nebraska

  32. 206. Philadelphia Eagles - Danny Johnson, CB, Southern A&M

  33. 207. Green Bay Packers - Tegray Scales, LB, Indiana

  34. 208. Dallas Cowboys - Skai Moore, OLB, South Carolina

  35. 209. Miami Dolphins (via LAR via KC) - Kevin Toliver, CB, LSU

  36. 210. New England Patriots (via OAK) - Grant Haley, CB, Penn State

  37. 211. Houston Texans - DeAndre Goolsby, TE, Florida

  38. 212. Oakland Raiders - Christian Sam, OLB, Arizona State

  39. 213. Minnesota Vikings - Daniel Carlson, K, Auburn

  40. 214. Houston Texans - Dejon Allen, OT, Hawaii

  41. 215. Baltimore Ravens - Alex McGough, QB, FIU

  42. 216. Oakland Raiders - Chase Edmonds, RB, Fordham

  43. 217. Oakland Raiders - John Atkins, DT, Georgia

  44. 218. Minnesota Vikings - Tracy Walker, S, UL-Lafayette

Round 7

  1. 219. New England Patriots (via CLE) - Tre Williams, ILB, Auburn

  2. 220. Pittsburgh Steelers (via NYG) - Nick Gates, OT, Nebraska

  3. 221. Indianapolis Colts - Dane Cruikshank, CB, San Jose State

  4. 222. Houston Texans - Darius Jackson, DE, Jacksonville State-Alabama

  5. 223. San Francisco 49ers (via MIA via TB) - Jeromy Irwin, OG, Colorado

  6. 224. Chicago Bears - Siran Neal, CB, Jacksonville State

  7. 225. Minnesota Vikings (via DEN) - Durham Smythe, TE, Notre Dame

  8. 226. Seattle Seahawks (via NYJ) - PJ Hall, DT, Sam Houston State

  9. 227. Miami Dolphins (via SF) - Jordan Whitehead, S, Pittsburgh

  10. 228. Oakland Raiders - Justin Lawler, DE, SMU

  11. 229. Miami Dolphins - Darrius Phillips, CB, Western Michigan

  12. 230. Jacksonville Jaguars (via CIN) - Justin Jackson, RB, Northwestern

  13. 231. Washington Redskins - Tre Flowers, S, Oklahoma State

  14. 232. Green Bay Packers - Byron Pringle, WR, Kansas State

  15. 233. Kansas City Chiefs (via ARI) - Mike McCray, ILB, Michigan

  16. 234. Carolina Panthers (via LAC via BUF) - Troy Fumagali, TE, Wisconsin

  17. 235. New York Jets (via SEA) - Jamil Demby, OT, Maine

  18. 236. Dallas Cowboys - Deontay Burnett, WR, USC

  19. 237. Detroit Lions - Rashard Fant, CB, Indiana

  20. 238. Baltimore Ravens - Skyler Phillips, C, Idaho State

  21. 239. Green Bay Packers (via BUF) - Marcus Baugh, TE, Ohio State

  22. 240. San Francisco 49ers (via KC) - Timon Parris, OT, Stonybrook

  23. 241. Washington Redskins (via LAR) - Dylan Cantrell, WR, Texas Tech

  24. 242. Carolina Panthers - Colby Gossett, OG, Appalachian State

  25. 243. Kansas City Chiefs (via TEN) - David Bright, OT, Stanford

  26. 244. Atlanta Falcons - Chris Campbell, CB, Penn State

  27. 245. New Orleans Saints - Brian Allen, OG/C, Michigan State

  28. 246. Pittsburgh Steelers - James Hearns, OLB, Louisville

  29. 247. Jacksonville Jaguars - Kyle Hicks, RB, TCU

  30. 248. Seattle Seahawks (via MIN) - Natrell Jamerson, S, Wisconsin

  31. 249. Cincinnati Bengals (via NE) - Alex Cappa, OL, Humboldt State

  32. 250. Philadelphia Eagles - Kentavius Street, DE, North Carolina State

  33. 251. Los Angeles Chargers - Stephen Roberts, S, Auburn

  34. 252. Cincinnati Bengals - Jeff Holland, OLB, Auburn

  35. 253. Cincinnati Bengals - Will Dissly, TE, Washington

  36. 254. Arizona Cardinals - Ade Aruna, DE, Tulane

  37. 255. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Ryan Nall, RB, Oregon State

  38. 256. Atlanta Falcons - Josh Adams, RB, Notre Dame

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