7 Round NFL Mock Draft 2020 (FINAL)

D'Andre Swift is predicted to go to the Miami Dolphins in the first round of the NFL Draft

This is my final 2020 7 Round mock draft. At the bottom are the picks organized by team if you want to get a quick glance at what I predict your team to do. This is with no predicted trades, though some first round picks are adjusted with trading in mind. This will also be entered into the Huddle Report Mock Draft Contest where last year I placed 20th out of 101 entries. If you want to challenge my mock draft head to head, you can do so over at DraftSite.com. See my Top 100 prospects: Here

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Round 1

1. Cincinnati (2-14)-Joe Burrow QB/LSU

Joe Burrow had the greatest single QB season in college football history, and is well deserved to be the #1 overall pick in the draft. He enters a solid situation, surprisingly. The Bengals have Tyler Boyd, AJ Green, John Ross, and Joe Mixon to provide weapons around him. Burrow should come in and immediately be an impact NFL QB.    

2. Washington (3-13)-Chase Young Edge/Ohio State

Chase Young was by far the most dominant force in college football this past season and Washington will find a way to use him. Young really makes Washington’s defense a force to be reckoned with. Now if they could only get the offense turned around, they will be set.

3. Detroit (3-12-1)-Jeff Okudah CB/Ohio State

The attempts to move down from 3 seem to have failed, so they will have to decide between the top two defensive prospects in Jeff Okudah and DT Derrick Brown, both needs. Even after signing Desmond Trufant, Okudah is likely a bigger help to the team and a true #1 CB.

4. New York Giants (4-11)-Jedrick Wills OT/Alabama

The Giants may have a better shot at moving down than the Lions, and if they do, it is likely from someone coming to take an OT like Andrew Thomas or Tristan Wirfs. The Giants seem to have their eyes set on Jedrick Wills lower in the draft to protect Daniel Jones.

5. Miami (5-11)-Justin Herbert QB/Oregon

The smokescreens have been set for the Dolphins, but the early talk of liking Justin Herbert makes sense. Though I have Herbert as a late first rounder, he has experience, athletic ability, and a great arm. Passing on Tua is likely a mistake, but the Dolphins need that future franchise QB for sure.  They could opt for a top OT like Andrew Thomas instead and try for a lower quarterback.

6. Los Angeles Chargers (5-11)-Tua Tagovailoa QB/Alabama

If the Dolphins pass on Tua, the Chargers will scoop up the high potential QB. Tyrod Taylor could hold down the fort until Tua is 100% and ready to take the team over. The fear of medical could push Tua down further or not be a major concern. If the Chargers don’t take a QB, Isaiah Simmons would fit the defense well, or they could also invest in an OT.

7. Carolina (5-11)-Derrick Brown DT/Auburn

Carolina’s needs match up with their draft position.  Derrick Brown, an OT, or Isaiah Simmons could all make an immediate impact and improve the team. Derrick Brown is the most dominant player left on the board and gives an upgrade to both the run and pass defense.

8. Arizona (5-10-1)-Isaiah Simmons Edge/Clemson

The Cardinals desperately need Offensive Line help, but if Isaiah Simmons falls, he will be hard to pass up. Simmons is an athlete who can cover or rush the passer. His lack of a position may force him to fall a bit, but the Cardinals could reap the benefits.

9. Jacksonville (6-10)-Andrew Thomas OT/Georgia

Andrew Thomas should go higher than this and could be a prime candidate for someone to move up.  The Jaguars have some bigger needs on the defense at CB or DT, but Cam Robinson had an injury and he may be better at OG as it is. CJ Henderson is a strong possibility here if no one comes up to snag him.

10.  Cleveland (6-10)-Ezra Cleveland OT/Boise State

I don’t think Cleveland takes Ezra Cleveland at 10, but if they can’t get Trent Williams, it is very possible they move down and grab him later in the first round.  He may have the most upside of all of the OTs, but is still pretty raw in what he does.  That movement really fits the Zone Blocking Scheme for the Browns and would be ideal.  They could stick at 10 and hope a Mekhi Becton falls to them instead, but trading seems likely.

11.  New York Jets (7-9)-Tristan Wirfs OT/Iowa

The Jets really have a choice between offensive line or wide receiver.  If they trade Jamal Adams, perhaps they can add another first rounder, but if Tristan Wirfs is still sitting there, he would be mighty impressive for Gang Green. Wirfs can play either OG or OT and should help try to make this offense a bit more dominant. They could go for Henry Ruggs or CeeDee Lamb if weapons are where they look.

12.  Las Vegas (7-9)-Henry Ruggs WR/Alabama

I can see Mayock and Gruden loving Henry Ruggs. Not only his speed, but smooth agility and catching ability could create some intriguing offensive sets for the team. The Raiders need two starting outside receivers in this draft, and Ruggs would be a plug and play from Day 1. If CJ Henderson was still sitting here, he could be a tough pass for the CB needy Raiders as well.

13.  San Francisco – from Indianapolis (7-9)-Javon Kinlaw DL/South Carolina

This feels like a John Lynch pick to replace DeForest Buckner in the trenches with a cheaper option. Kinlaw could fall much further, maybe even into the second round, if the medical red flags are big. If they aren’t, Kinlaw is a top 10 talent and would be right at home in the 49ers defense. The 49ers could opt for more offensive flash with a receiver, but the trenches are where to keep building.

14.  Tampa Bay (7-9)-Austin Jackson OT/USC

Austin Jackson is a legit prospect and could be included in the top 4 offensive lineman. He has versatility and protecting Tom Brady will be key for the Buccaneers. Jackson is another inside or outside player with a good base and good use of his hands. They could take a CB or improve a defense that needs it, but a high powered offense could win games by itself perhaps.

15.  Denver (7-9)-Jerry Jeudy WR/Alabama

The Broncos may move up for Jerry Jeudy, but it is also possible he falls into their laps at 15. Courtland Sutton is a monster, and Jeudy, who can play the slot or outside, would give a much needed dimension to help Drew Lock like Calvin Ridley did in Atlanta. 

16.  Atlanta (7-9)-CJ Henderson CB/Florida

CJ Henderson likely won’t fall this far, but the Falcons will likely be on the move to improve that secondary and Henderson is a prime target. His athletic ability and ball skills could really turn around the Falcons secondary that desperately needs a shot in the arm.

17.  Dallas (8-8)-K’Lavon Chaisson Edge/LSU

Seems like a perfect fit for the Cowboys to get an edge pass rusher who is a bit raw. Chaisson’s upside is one of a top tier NFL pass rusher. First step and a great dip give Chaisson a huge advantage when going after the passer.

18.  Miami – from Pittsburgh (8-8)-Mekhi Becton OT/Louisville

The Dolphins may have to do some maneuvering for a top OT, but I could see the Dolphins wanting the big upside of Becton. Becton’s weight and combine flagged drug test could create a small dip in his stock and some team will scoop up the value. Becton is my #1 OT, and he is a dancing bear who moves so smoothly and becomes a problem to get around.

19.  Las Vegas – from Chicago (8-8)-AJ Terrell CB/Clemson

AJ Terrell seems to be liked by many teams as the #3 CB in this class.  He is a solid athlete who rarely gave up big plays at Clemson and was a solid part of his defense. The Raiders were all in on the CB market in free agency, but came up pretty empty.  19 should be a great spot for the 2nd tier of CBs.

20.  Jacksonville – from Los Angeles Rams (9-7)-Trevon Diggs CB/Alabama

Trevon Diggs will compete to be the #3 CB off the board, and he brings the size the Jaguars look for in the secondary. A physical corner who can jam would be a nice addition.

21.  Philadelphia* (9-7)-CeeDee Lamb WR/Oklahoma

The odds of CeeDee Lamb falling to 21 are likely low, but the Eagles could get aggressive and move up to give Carson Wentz a legit weapon. Lamb is such a good route runner with upside, that would give the Eagles a true #1 WR.

22.  Minnesota from Buffalo (10-6)-Justin Jefferson WR/LSU

Jefferson would be an ideal starter for the Vikings opposite of Adam Thielen.

23.  New England* (12-4)-AJ Epenesa Edge/Iowa

New England can always use more edge help, and AJ Epenesa is exactly what Belichick looks for in a prospect.  Productive, violent, and able to read a defense, Epenesa can play outside or inside.

24.  New Orleans* (13-3)-Jordan Love QB/Utah State

Jordan Love likely goes in the first round at some point, and I don’t buy the Taysom Hill hype. Maybe the Colts move up here, but the Saints could jump at the opportunity to draft an upside QB who can be brought along slowly.

25.  Minnesota* (10-6)-Josh Jones OT/Houston

Offensive Line is always something the Vikings could add to and Josh Jones likely ends up somewhere in the first round.  The big mover has athleticism to be a blindside blocker and hopefully keep Kirk Cousins clean.

26.  Miami – from Houston* (10-6)-D’Andre Swift RB/Georgia

Swift likely goes in the first round, and the Dolphins are going to do what the Raiders did last year and snatch him up to lead the team. Swift can catch and has superb athletic ability to be a top 10 RB in the league.

27.  Seattle* (11-5)-Kenneth Murray LB/Oklahoma

Linebacker isn’t the biggest need for the Seahawks, but with two LBs over the age of 30, the Seahawks could use some reloading for the future.  Murray needs some time to develop more complex assignment skills, but he has the talent and character to excel at multiple LB positions on the defense.

28.  Baltimore* (14-2)-Patrick Queen Edge/LSU

Patrick Queen had one year of insane production at LSU and had a highlight in almost every game. He can rush the passer and aggressively go after RBs in the flat, which is exactly what the Ravens need.

29.  Tennessee* (9-7)-Yetur Gross-Matos Edge/Penn State

Great value for the Titans to get another big edge player who can rush the passer and stop the run.  He could turn their defense into a dominant force.

30.  Green Bay* (13-3)-Jalen Reagor WR/TCU

The Packers desperately need weapons, and Jalen Reagor is a great compliment to Davante Adams. Reagor had some lapses in production at TCU, but he was dynamic with the ball in his hands and could add a new element to the Packers offense.

31.  San Francisco* (13-3)-Brandon Aiyuk WR/Arizona State

The 49ers need some weapons, and Aiyuk is awesome in space. There could be some crafty uses with play action and Aiyuk to set up big plays.

32.  Kansas City* (12-4) – Cesar Ruiz OL/Michigan

The Chiefs need an upgrade at Center and if Ruiz falls to 32, they will have a crack at the best one in the draft.  Ruiz brings tenacity and a high football IQ that could remake the interior of the Chiefs offensive line.

2nd Round

33.  Cincinnati (2-14)-Zack Baun Edge/Wisconsin

Baun is a first round talent and would be great off the edge as BPA for the Bengals.

34.   Indianapolis – from Washington (3-13)-Tee Higgins WR/Clemson

The Colts need another bigger body at WR.  If they don’t move up for Jordan Love, Tee Higgins makes sense.

35.   Detroit (3-12-1)-Ross Blacklock DT/TCU

I am not super high on Blacklock, but he should help the run defense.

36.   New York Giants (4-11)-Xavier McKinney S/Alabama

McKinney is Isaiah Simmons-lite, and the Giants could use an impact defensive player.

37.   Los Angeles Chargers (5-11)-Matt Peart OT/UConn

Peart is underrated and can play OT or OG.  Tough player who can maul you.

38.   Carolina (5-11)-Isaiah Wilson OT/Georgia

Wilson has big upside and could go in the first round.

39.   Miami (5-11)-Antoine Winfield S/Minnesota

Winfield is a ball hawk who could replace Minkah Fitzpatrick and add the same kind of turnover mentality.

40.   Houston from Arizona (5-10-1)-Kristian Fulton CB/LSU

Fulton has a lot of first round buzz, and he would give Houston a physical CB presence.

41.   Cleveland (6-10)-Grant Delpit S/LSU

Delpit had a bad year this past season, but he has the upside to be the best safety in the draft.

42.   Jacksonville (6-10)-Justin Madubuike DT/Texas A&M

Madubuike has some dominant games and could slide beside Taven Bryan.

43.   Chicago – from Las Vegas (7-9)-Cole Kmet TE/Notre Dame

Jimmy Graham isn’t the answer and Kmet gives more blocking with a red zone threat to be Foles’ Zach Ertz.

44.  Indianapolis (7-9)-Bradlee Anae Edge/Utah

Anae was highly productive and a great fit in Indy.

45.  Tampa Bay (7-9)-Clyde Edwards-Helaire RB/LSU

Bruce Arians may prefer the pass catcher in CEH to Jonathan Taylor. 

46.  Denver (7-9)-Ben Bredeson OG/Michigan

Bredeson isn’t spectacular, but he provides trench depth with starting upside.

47.  Atlanta (7-9)-JK Dobbins RB/Ohio State

Todd Gurley’s one year deal won’t stop the Falcons from getting a stud RB for the future.

48.  New York Jets (7-9)-Denzel Mims WR/Baylor

Mims has made some insane catches and becomes the #1 for the Jets.

49.  Pittsburgh (8-8)-Jonathan Taylor RB/Wisconsin

The Steelers get James Conner’s replacement as another great talent falls to them.

50.  Chicago (8-8)-Matt Hennessy OL/Temple

Hennessy has starting Center potential or could move to guard.

51.  Dallas (8-8)-Jeff Gladney CB/TCU

Gladney could be the Cowboys pick in the first round, so he is a steal this low.

52.  Los Angeles Rams (9-7)-Lloyd Cushenberry OL/LSU

The Rams need to remake the O-line, and Cushenberry is a plug and play starter.

53.  Philadelphia* (9-7)-Bryce Hall CB/Virginia

Hall was very productive and could finally turn around the Eagles secondary.

54.  Buffalo* (10-6)-Darrell Taylor Edge/Tennessee

Taylor isn’t a national name, but his ability to get to the quarterback and cover TEs is no joke.

55.  Baltimore from Atlanta (7-9) via New England* (12-4) –Robert Hunt OG/Louisiana-Lafayette

Hunt is athletic and could hang with the Baltimore rushing offense.

56.  Miami – from New Orleans* (13-3)-Marlon Davidson DT/Auburn

Davidson would give another penetrating piece to the Dolphins up front.

57.  Los Angeles Rams from Houston* (10-6)-Josh Uche Edge/Michigan

Uche is violent with his hands and tough to block, which the Rams can always use.

58.  Minnesota* (10-6)-Jaylon Johnson CB/Utah

Johnson could be a first round pick, but if he falls this late, the Vikings will be happy to add a secondary piece.

59.  Seattle* (11-5)-Jabari Zuniga Edge/Florida

Zuniga is very athletic and could be a long term pass rushing fit for the Seahawks.

60.  Baltimore* (14-2)-Logan Wilson LB/Wyoming

Wilson is the perfect Ravens player since he hits hard, but still wraps up well.

61.  Tennessee* (9-7)-Noah Igbinoghene CB/Auburn

The WR to CB conversion has a lot of raw upside the Titans could develop.

62.  Green Bay* (13-3)- Jeremy Chinn S/Southern Illinois

Chinn can play safety or outside linebacker and is the top small school player in the draft.

63.  Kansas City – from San Francisco* (13-3)-Laviska Shenault WR/Colorado

The Chiefs may want a big WR who can still do damage after the catch to keep the offensive train rolling.

64.  Seattle – from Kansas City* (12-4)-Cam Akers RB/Florida State

Penny and Carson are oft injured, so Cam Akers could step in and take the job.

Round 3

65.  Cincinnati (2-14)-Prince Tega Wanogho OT/Auburn

66.  Washington (3-13)-Adam Trautman TE/Dayton

67.  Detroit (3-12-1)-Bryan Edwards WR/South Carolina

68.  New York Jets – from New York Giants (4-11)-Kyle Duggar S/Lenoir-Rhyne

69.  Carolina (5-11)-Julian Okwara Edge/Notre Dame

70.  Miami (5-11)-Harrison Bryant TE/FAU

71.  Los Angeles Chargers (5-11)-AJ Dillon RB/Boston College

72.  Arizona (5-10-1)-Lucas Niang OT/TCU

73.  Jacksonville (6-10)-KeShawn Vaughn RB/Vanderbilt

74.  Cleveland (6-10)-Jordyn Brooks LB/Texas Tech

75.  Indianapolis (7-9)-Jalen Hurts QB/Oklahoma

76.  Tampa Bay (7-9)-Amik Robertson CB/Louisiana Tech

77.  Denver (7-9)-Ashytyn Davis S/Cal

78.  Atlanta (7-9)-Akeem Davis-Gaither Edge/Appalachian State

79.  New York Jets (7-9)-Curtis Weaver Edge/Boise State

80.  Las Vegas (7-9)-Michael Pittman WR/USC

81.  Las Vegas – from Chicago (8-8)-Raekwon Davis DT/Alabama

82.  Dallas (8-8)-Van Jefferson WR/Florida

83.  Denver – from Pittsburgh (8-8)-Jacob Phillips LB/LSU

84.  Los Angeles Rams (9-7)-Damien Lewis OG/LSU

85.  Detroit from Philadelphia* (9-7)-Antonio Gibson RB/Memphis

86.  Buffalo* (10-6)-Zack Moss RB/Utah

87.  New England* (12-4)-Albert Okwuegbunam TE/Missouri

88.  New Orleans* (13-3)-Willie Gay Jr LB/Mississippi State

89.  Minnesota* (10-6)-Shane Lemieux OG/Oregon

90.  Las Vegas – from Houston via Seattle* (11-5)-Danny Pinter OL/Ball State

91.  Houston* (10-6)-Antoine Brooks S/Maryland

92.  Baltimore* (14-2)-Chase Claypool TE/Notre Dame

93.  Tennessee* (9-7)-Jonah Jackson OG/Ohio State

94.  Green Bay* (13-3)-Jacob Eason QB/Washington

95.  Denver – from San Francisco* (13-3)-Damon Arnette CB/Ohio State

96.  Kansas City* (12-4)-Jordan Elliott DT/Mississippi State

97.  Cleveland from Houston-Anfernee Jennings Edge/Alabama

98.  New England-Jake Fromm QB/Georgia

99.  New York Giants-KJ Hamler WR/Penn State

100.              New England-Malik Harrson LB/Ohio State

101.              Seattle -John Simpson OL/Clemson

102.              Pittsburgh-Ben Bartch OT/St. Johns

103.              Philadelphia-Tyler Biadasz C/Wisconsin

104.              Los Angeles Rams-Gabriel Davis WR/UCF

105.              Minnesota -Terrell Burgess S/Utah

106.              Baltimore-Neville Gallimore DT/Oklahoma

Round 4

107.              Cincinnati (2-14)-Devin Duvernay WR/Texas

108.              Washington (3-13)-Jon Runyan Jr OG/Michigan

109.              Detroit (3-12-1)-Jonathan Greenard Edge/Florida

110.              New York Giants (4-11)-Logan Stenberg OL/Kentucky

111.              Houston – from Miami (5-11)-Leki Fotu DT/Utah

112.              Los Angeles Chargers (5-11)-Tyler Johnson WR/Minnesota

113.              Carolina (5-11)-Darrynton Evans RB/Appalachian State

114.              Arizona (5-10-1)-Reggie Robinson CB/Tulsa

115.              Cleveland (6-10)-Josiah Scott CB/Michigan State

116.              Jacksonville (6-10)-Isaiah Coulter WR/Rhode Island

117.              Tampa Bay (7-9)-Hakeem Adeniji OG/Kansas

118.              Denver (7-9)-Quez Watkins WR/Southern Miss

119.              Atlanta (7-9)-Khalid Kareem Edge/Notre Dame

120.              New York Jets (7-9)-Troy Pride CB/Notre Dame

121.              Las Vegas (7-9)-K’Von Wallace S/Clemson

122.              Indianapolis (7-9)-Brycen Hopkins TE/Purdue

123.              Dallas (8-8)-Devin Asiasi TE/UCLA

124.              Pittsburgh (8-8)-Jonathan Garvin LB/Miami

125.              New England – from Chicago (8-8)-Dalton Keene TE/Virginia Tech

126.              Los Angeles Rams (9-7)-Evan Weaver LB/Cal

127.              Philadelphia* (9-7)-Josiah Deguara TE/Cincinnati

128.              Buffalo* (10-6)-Cameron Dantzler CB/Mississippi State

129.              Baltimore – from New England* (12-4)-Jack Driscoll OL/Auburn

130.              New Orleans* (13-3)-Joshua Kelly RB/UCLA

131.              Arizona – from Houston* (10-6)-Thaddeus Moss TE/LSU

132.              Minnesota* (10-6)-James Morgan QB/FIU

133.              Seattle* (11-5)-Saahdiq Charles OL/LSU

134.              Atlanta – from Baltimore* (14-2)-Donovan Peoples-Jones WR/Michigan

135.              Pittsburgh – from Miami via Tennessee* (9-7)-Lynn Bowden WR/Kentucky

136.              Green Bay* (13-3)-James Lynch DL/Baylor

137.              Denver – from San Francisco* (13-3)-DaVon Hamilton DT/Ohio State

138.              Kansas City* (12-4)-Anthony McFarland RB/Maryland

139.              New England -Tremaybe Anchrum OL/Clemson

140.              Jacksonville – from Chicago-Jason Strowbridge Edge/North Carolina

141.              Miami-Alex Highsmith Edge/Charlotte

142.              Washington-Yasir Durant OT/Missouri

143.              Baltimore-Kenny Robinson S/West Virginia

144.              Seattle-Harrison Hand CB/Temple

145.              Philadelphia-Terrell Lewis Edge/Alabama

146.              Philadelphia-David Woodward LB/Utah State

Round 5

147.              Cincinnati (2-14)-Hunter Bryant TE/Washington

148.              Carolina – from Washington (3-13)-Charlie Taumoepeau TE/Portland State

149.              Detroit (3-12-1)-Nick Coe Edge/Auburn

150.              New York Giants (4-11)-Trevis Gipson Edge/Tulsa

151.              Los Angeles Chargers (5-11)-Michael Oljemudia CB/Iowa

152.              Miami – from Arizona via Miami (5-11)-Solomon Kindley OG/Georgia

153.              Carolina (5-11)-Javelin Guidry CB/Utah

154.              Miami – from Jacksonville via Pittsburgh-Antonio Gandy-Golden WR/Liberty

155.              Minnesota – from Buffalo via Cleveland (6-10)-Robert Windsor DT/Penn State

156.              San Francisco – from Denver (7-9)-Trey Adams OT/Washington

157.              Jacksonville – from Baltimore – via Atlanta (7-9)-Broderick Washington DT/Texas Tech

158.              New York Jets (7-9)-Rashard Lawrence DL/LSU

159.              Las Vegas (7-9)-Eno Benjamin RB/Arizona State

160.              Indianapolis (7-9)-James Robinson RB/Illinois State

161.              Tampa Bay (7-9)-Casey Toohill Edge/Stanford

162.              Washington- from Pittsburgh (8-8) via Seattle-Lamar Jackson CB/Nebraska

163.              Chicago (8-8)-JR Reed S/Georgia

164.              Dallas (8-8)-Brandon Jones S/Texas

165.              Jacksonville – from Los Angeles Rams (9-7)-Troy Dye LB/Oregon

166.              Detroit – from Philadelphia* (9-7)-Carter Coughlin LB/Minnesota

167.              Buffalo* (10-6)-KJ Hill WR/Ohio State

168.              Philadelphia – from New England* (12-4)-Isaiah Hodgins WR/Oregon State

169.              New Orleans* (13-3)-Joe Reed WR/Virginia

170.              Baltimore – from Minnesota* (10-6)-Quintez Cephus WR/Wisconsin

171.              Houston* (10-6)-Julian Blackmon S/Utah

172.              New England – from Detroit via Seattle* (11-5)-Tyler Bass K/Georgia Southern

173.              Miami from Los Angeles Rams via Baltimore* (14-2)-Rodrigo Blankenship K/Georgia

174.              Tennessee* (9-7)-Anthony Gordon QB/Washington State

175.              Green Bay* (13-3)-John Molchon OL/Boise State

176.              San Francisco* (13-3)-Lamical Perine RB/Florida

177.              Kansas City* (12-4)-Darnay Holmes CB/UCLA

178.              Denver -Alex Taylor OT/South Carolina State

179.              Dallas -McTelvin Agim DT/Arkansas

Round 6

180.              Cincinnati (2-14)-Michael Warren RB/Cincinnati

181.              Denver – from Washington (3-13)-Netane Muti OG/Fresno State

182.              Detroit (3-12-1)-Jake Luton QB/Oregon State

183.              New York Giants (4-11)-Joe Bachie LB/Michigan State

184.              Carolina (5-11)-Cameron Clark OT/Charlotte

185.              Miami (5-11)-Cameron Brown LB/Penn State

186.              Los Angeles Chargers (5-11)-Kenny Willekes Edge/Michigan State

187.              Cleveland – from Arizona (5-10-1)-DJ Woonum Edge/South Carolina

188.              Buffalo – from Cleveland (6-10)-Colby Parkinson TE/Stanford

189.              Jacksonville (6-10)-Azur Kamara LB/Kansas

190.              Philadelphia – from Atlanta (7-9)-AJ Green CB/Oklahoma State

191.              New York Jets (7-9)-Jared Pinkney TE/Vanderbilt

192.              Green Bay – from Las Vegas (7-9)-Darrell Mooney WR/Tulane

193.              Indianapolis (7-9)-John Penisini DL/Utah

194.              Tampa Bay (7-9)-Nate Stanley QB/Iowa

195.              New England – from Denver (7-9)-John Hightower WR/Boise State

196.              Chicago (8-8)-Calvin Throckmorton OL/Oregon

197.              Indianapolis from Miami via Dallas (8-8)-Braden Mann P/Texas A&M

198.              Pittsburgh (8-8)-Dane Jackson CB/Pittsburgh

199.              Los Angeles Rams (9-7)-Jonah Williams Edge/Weber State

200.              Chicago – from Philadelphia* (9-7)-James Proche WR/SMU

201.              Buffalo (10-6)-Keith Ismael OL/San Diego State

202.              Arizona from New England* (12-4)-Dezmon Patmon WR/Washington State

203.              New Orleans* (13-3)-Darryl Williams OL/Mississippi State

204.              New England – from Houston* (10-6)-Dante Olson LB/Montana

205.              Minnesota* (10-6)-Trajan Bandy CB/Miami

206.              Jacksonville – from Seattle* (11-5)-Sean McKeon TE/Michigan

207.              Minnesota from New England – via Baltimore* (14-2)-Terence Steele OL/Texas Tech

208.              Green Bay – from Tennessee* (9-7)-Javon Leake RB/Maryland

209.              Green Bay* (13-3)-Lavert Hill CB/Michigan

210.              San Francisco* (13-3)-Brian Cole S/Mississippi State

211.              New York Jets – from Kansas City* (12-4)-Patrick Taylor RB/Memphis

212.              New England Patriots-Geno Stone S/Iowa

213.              New England Patriots-Stanford Samuels CB/Florida State

214.              Seattle Seahawks-Benito Jones DL/Mississippi

Round 7

215.              Cincinnati (2-14)-Jordan Fuller S/OhioState

216.              Washington (3-13)-Steven Montez QB/Colorado

217.              San Francisco – from Detroit (3-12-1)-Justin Herron OG/Wake Forest

218.              New York Giants (4-11)-Luther Kirk S/Illinois State

219.              Minnesota – from Miami (5-11)-James Pierre CB/FAU

220.              Los Angeles Chargers (5-11)-Nick Harris OL/Washington

221.              Carolina (5-11)-Josh Pearson WR/Jacksonville State

222.              Arizona (5-10-1)-Cole McDonald QB/Hawaii

223.              Jacksonville (6-10)-James Smith-Williams Edge/NC State

224.              Tennessee from Cleveland (6-10)-Jeff Thomas WR/Miami

225.              Baltimore – from New York Jets (7-9)-Trystan Colon-Castillo OL/Missouri

226.              Chicago – from Las Vegas (7-9)-Davion Taylor LB/Colorado

227.              Miami – from Indianapolis (7-9)-Alton Robinson Edge/Syracuse

228.              Atlanta – from Philadelphia via Tampa Bay (7-9)-Kyle Hinton C/Washburn

229.              Washington – from Denver (7-9)-Alex Pechin P/Bucknell

230.              New England – from Atlanta (7-9)-Larrell Murchison DT/NC State

231.              Dallas (8-8)-Collin Johnson WR/Texas

232.              Pittsburgh (8-8)-Shaun Bradley LB/Temple

233.              Chicago (8-8)-Trishton Jackson WR/Syracuse

234.              Los Angeles Rams (9-7)-Rico Dowdle RB/South Carolina

235.              Detroit – from New England – via Philadelphia* (9-7)-Michael Turk P/Arizona State

236.              Green Bay – from Cleveland – via Buffalo* (10-6)-Kevin Dotson OG/Louisiana-Lafayette

237.              Tennessee from Denver – via New England* (12-4)-LeVante Bellamy RB/Western Michigan

238.              New York Giants – from New Orleans* (13-3)-Tom Flacco QB/Towson

239.              Buffalo – from Minnesota* (10-6)-Khalil Davis DT/Nebraska

240.              Houston* (10-6)-Sewo Olonilua RB/TCU

241.              Tampa Bay – from New England – via Seattle* (11-5)-RonDell Carter Edge/James Madison

242.              Green Bay – from Baltimore* (14-2)-Cheyenne O’Grady TE/Arkansas

243.              Tennessee* (9-7)-Stephen Sullivan TE/LSU

244.              Cleveland – from Green Bay* (13-3)-Kyle Murphy OG/Rhode Island

245.              San Francisco * (13-3)-Kindle Vildor CB/Georgia Southern

246.              Miami – from Kansas City* (12-4)-Derek Tuszka Edge/North Dakota State

247.              New York Giants-DeeJay Dallas RB/Miami

248.              Houston-Tyler Huntley QB/Utah

249.              Minnesota-Jacob Breeland TE/Oregon

250.              Houston-L’Jarius Sneed S/Louisiaina Tech

251.              Miami-Colton McKivitz OL/West Virginia

252.              Denver-Kyle Markway TE/South Carolina

253.              Minnesota-Chris Rowland WR/Tennessee State

254.              Denver-Jet Anderson RB/TCU

255.              New York Giants-Cam Gill LB/Wagner

Picks By Team:

Cincinnati (2-14)

Joe Burrow QB, LSU – 1st Round

Zack Baun LB/Wisconsin – 2nd Round

Prince Tega Wanogho OL/Auburn – 3rd Round

Devin Duvernay WR/Texas – 4th Round

Hunter Bryant TE/Washington – 5th Round

Michael Warren RB/Cincinnati – 6th Round

Jordan Fuller S/Ohio State – 7th Round

Washington (3-13)

Chase Young Edge/Ohio State – 1st Round

Adam Trautman TE/Dayton – 3rd Round

Jon Runyan OG/Michigan – 4th Round

Yasir Durant OT/Missouri – 4th Round

Lamar Jackson CB/Nebraska- 5th Round

Steven Montez QB/Colorado – 7th Round

Alex Pechin P/Bucknell – 7th Round

Detroit (3-12-1)

Jeff Okudah CB/Ohio State – 1st Round

Ross Blacklock DT/TCU – 2nd Round

Bryan Edwards WR/South Carolina – 3rd Round

Antonio Gibson RB/Memphis – 3rd Round

Jonathan Greenard Edge/Florida – 4th Round

Nick Coe Edge/Auburn – 5th Round

Carter Coughlin LB/Minnesota – 5th Round

Jake Luton QB/Oregon State – 6th Round

Michael Turk P/Arizona State – 7th Round

New York Giants (4-11)

Jedrick Wills OT/Alabama – 1st Round

Xavier McKinney S/Alabama – 2nd Round

KJ Hamler WR/Penn State – 3rd Round

Logan Stenberg OL/Kentucky – 4th Round

Trevis Gipson Edge/Tulsa – 5th Round

Joe Bachie LB/Michigan State – 6th Round

Luther Kirk S/Illinois State – 7th Round

Tom Flacco QB/Towson – 7th Round

DeeJay Dallas RB/Miami – 7th Round

Cam Gill LB/Wagner – 7th Round

Miami (5-11)

Justin Herbet QB/Oregon – 1st Round

Mekhi Becton OT/Louisville – 1st Round

D’Andre Swift RB/Georgia – 1st Round

Antoine Winfield S/Minnesota – 2nd Round

Marlon Davidson DT/Auburn – 2nd Round

Harrison Bryant TE/FAU – 3rd Round

Alex Highsmith Edge/Charlotte – 4th Round

Solomon Kindley OL/Georgia – 5th Round

Antonio Gandy-Golden WR/Liberty – 5th Round

Rodrigo Blankenship K/Georgia – 5th Round

Cameron Brown LB/Penn State – 6th Round

Alton Robinson Edge/Syracuse – 7th Round

Derek Tuszka Edge/North Dakota State – 7th Round

Colton McKivitz OL/West Virginia – 7th Round

Los Angeles Chargers (5-11)

Tua Tagovailoa QB/Alabama – 1st Round

Matt Peart OT/UConn – 2nd Round

AJ Dillon RB/Boston College – 3rd Round

Tyler Johnson WR/Minnesota – 4th Round

Michael Ojemudia CB/Iowa – 5th Round

Kenny Willekes Edge/Michigan State – 6th Round

Nick Harris OL/Washington – 7th Round

Carolina (5-11)

Derrick Brown DT/Auburn – 1st Round

Isaiah Wilson OT/Georgia – 2nd Round

Julian Okwara Edge/Notre Dame – 3rd Round

Darrynton Evans RB/Appalachian State – 4th Round

Charlie Taumoepeau TE/Portland State – 5th Round

Javelin Guidry CB/Utah – 5th Round

Cameron Clark OL/Charlotte – 6th Round

Josh Pearson WR/Jacksonville State – 7th Round

Arizona (5-10-1)

Isaiah Simmons LB/Clemson – 1st Round

Lucas Niang OT/TCU – 3rd Round

Reggie Robinson CB/Tulsa – 4th Round

Thaddeus Moss TE/LSU – 4th Round

Dezmon Patmon WR/Washington State – 6th Round

Cole McDonald QB/Hawaii – 7th Round

Jacksonville (6-10)

Andrew Thomas OT/Georgia – 1st Round

Trevon Diggs CB/Alabama – 1st Round

Jason Madubuike DT/Texas A&M – 2nd Round

KeShawn Vaughn RB/Vanderbilt – 3rd Round

Isaiah Coulter WR/Rhode Island – 4th Round

Broderick Washington DT/Texas Tech – 5th Round

Troy Dye LB/Oregon – 5th Round

Azur Kamara LB/Kansas – 6th Round

Sean McKeon TE/Michigan – 6th Round

James Smith-Williams Edge/NC State – 7th Round

Cleveland (6-10)

Ezra Cleveland OT/Boise State – 1st Round

Grant Delpit S/LSU – 2nd Round

Jordyn Brooks LB/Texas Tech – 3rd Round

Anfernee Jennings Edge/Alabama – 3rd Round

Josiah Scott CB/Michigan State – 4th Round

DJ Woonum Edge/South Carolina – 6th Round

Kyle Murphy OG/Rhode Island – 7th Round

New York Jets (7-9)

Tritan Wirfs OT/Iowa – 1st Round

Denzel Mims WR/Baylor – 2nd Round

Kyle Duggar S/Lenoir-Rhyne – 3rd Round

Curtis Weaver Edge/Boise State – 3rd Round

Troy Pride CB/Notre Dame – 4th Round

Rashard Lawrence DL/LSU – 5th Round

Jared Pinkney TE/Vanderbilt – 6th Round

Patrick Taylor RB/Memphis – 6th Round

Las Vegas (7-9)

Henry Ruggs WR/Alabama – 1st Round

AJ Terrell CB/Clemson – 1st Round

Michael Pittman WR/USC – 3rd Round

Raekwon Davis DT/Alabama – 3rd Round

Danny Pinter OL/Ball State – 3rd Round

K’Von Wallace S/Clemson – 4th Round

Eno Benjamin RB/Arizona State – 5th Round

Indianapolis (7-9)

Tee Higgins WR/Clemson – 2nd Round

Bradlee Anae Edge/Utah – 2nd Round

Jalen Hurts QB/Oklahoma – 3rd Round

Brycen Hopkins TE/Purdue – 4th Round

James Robinson RB/Illinois State – 5th Round

John Penisini DL/Utah – 6th Round

Braden Mann P/Texas A&M – 6th Round

Tampa Bay (7-9)

Austin Jackson OT/USC – 1st Round

Clyde Edwards-Helaire RB/LSU – 2nd Round

Amik Robertson CB/Louisiana Tech – 3rd Round

Hakeem Adenji OL/Kansas – 4th Round

Casey Toohill Edge/Stanford – 5th Round

Nate Stanley QB/Iowa – 6th Round

RonDell Carter Edge/James Madison – 7th Round

Denver (7-9)

Jerry Jeudy WR/Alabama – 1st Round

Ben Bredeson OG/Michigan – 2nd Round

Ashytyn Davis S/Cal – 3rd Round

Jacob Phillips LB/LSU – 3rd Round

Damon Arnette CB/Ohio State – 3rd Round

Quez Watkins WR/Southern Miss – 4th Round

DaVon Hamilton DT/Ohio State – 4th Round

Alex Taylor – OT/South Carolina St – 5th Round

Netane Muti OG/Fresno State – 6th Round

Kyle Markway TE/South Carolina – 7th Round

Jet Anderson RB/TCU – 7th Round

Atlanta (7-9)

CJ Henderson CB/Florida – 1st Round

JK Dobbins RB/Ohio State – 2nd Round

Akeem Davis-Gaither Edge/Appalachian State – 3rd Round

Khalid Kareem Edge/Notre Dame – 4th Round

Donovan Peoples-Jones WR/Michigan – 4th Round

Kyle Hinton C/Washburn – 7th Round

Dallas (8-8)

K’Lavon Chaisson Edge/LSU – 1st Round

Jeff Gladney CB/TCU – 2nd Round

Van Jefferson WR/Florida – 3rd Round

Devin Asiasi TE/UCLA – 4th Round

Brandon Jones S/Texas – 5th Round

McKelvin Agim DT/Arkansas – 5th Round

Collin Johnson WR/Texas – 7th Round

Pittsburgh (8-8)

Jonathan Taylor RB/Wisconsin – 2nd Round

Ben Bartch OT/St. Johns – 3rd Round

Jonathan Garvin Edge/Miami – 4th Round

Lynn Bowden WR/Kentucky – 4th Round

Dane Jackson CB/Pittsburgh – 6th Round

Shaun Bradley LB/Temple – 7th Round

Chicago (8-8)

Cole Kmet TE/Notre Dame – 2nd Round

Matt Hennessy OL/Temple – 2nd Round

JR Reed S/Georgia – 5th Round

Cameron Clark OL/Charlotte – 6th Round

James Proche WR/SMU – 6th Round

Davion Taylor LB/Colorado – 7th Round

Trishton Jackson WR/Syracuse – 7th Round

Los Angeles Rams (9-7)

Lloyd Cushenberry OL/LSU – 1st Round

Josh Uche Edge/Michigan – 2nd Round

Damien Lewis OG/LSU – 3rd Round

Gabriel Davis WR/UCF – 3rd Round

Evan Weaver LB/Cal – 4th Round

Jonah Williams Edge/Weber State – 6th Round

Rico Dowdle RB/South Carolina – 7th Round

Philadelphia* (9-7)

CeeDee Lamb WR/Oklahoma – 1st Round

Bryce Hall CB/Virginia – 2nd Round

Tyler Biasdasz OL/Wisconsin – 3rd Round

Josiah Deguara TE/Cincinnati – 4th Round

Terrell Lewis Edge/Alabama – 4th Round

David Woodward LB/Utah State – 4th Round

Isaiah Hodgins WR/Oregon State – 5th Round

AJ Green CB/Oklahoma State – 6th Round

Buffalo (10-6)

Darrell Taylor Edge/Tennessee – 2nd Round

Zack Moss RB/Utah – 3rd Round

Cameron Dantzler CB/Mississippi State – 4th Round

KJ Hill WR/Ohio State – 5th Round

Colby Parkinson TE/Stanford – 6th Round

Keith Ismael OL/San Diego State – 6th Round

Khalil Davis DT/Nebraska – 7th Round

New England* (12-4)

AJ Epenesa Edge/Iowa – 1st Round

Albert Okwuegbunam TE/Missouri – 3rd Round

Jake Fromm QB/Georgia – 3rd Round

Malik Harrison LB/Ohio State – 3rd Round

Dalton Keene TE/Virginia Tech – 4th Round

Tremaybe Anchrum OL/Clemson – 4th Round

Tyler Bass K/Georgia Southern – 5th Round

John Hightower WR/Boise State – 6th Round

Dante Olsen LB/Montana – 6th Round

Geno Stone S/Iowa – 6th Round

Stanford Samuels CB/Florida State – 6th Round

Larrell Murchison DT/NC State – 7th Round

New Orleans* (13-3)

Jordan Love QB/Utah State – 1st Round

Willie Gay Jr LB/Mississippi State – 3rd Round

Joshua Kelly RB/UCLA – 4th Round

Joe Reed WR/Virginia – 5th Round

Darryl Williams OL/Mississippi State – 6th Round

Minnesota* (10-6)

Justin Jefferson WR/LSU – 1st Round

Josh Jones OT/Houston – 1st Round

Jaylon Johnson CB/Utah – 2nd Round

Shane Lemeieux OL/Oregon – 3rd Round

Terrell Burgess S/Utah – 3rd Round

James Morgan QB/FAU – 4th Round

Robert Windsor DT/Penn State – 5th Round

Trajan Bandy CB/Miami – 6th Round

Terence Steele OL/Texas Tech – 6th Round

James Pierre CB/FAU – 7th Round

Jacob Breeland TE/Oregon – 7th Round

Chris Rowland WR/Tennessee State – 7th Round

Houston* (10-6)

Kristian Fulton CB/LSU – 2nd Round

Antoine Brooks S/Maryland – 3rd Round

Leki Fotu DT/Utah – 4th Round

Julian Blackmon S/Utah – 5th Round

Sewo Olonilua RB/TCU – 7th Round

Tyler Huntley QB/Utah – 7th Round

L’Jarius Snead S/Louisiana Tech – 7th Round

Seattle* (11-5)

Kenneth Murray LB/Oklahoma – 1st Round

Jabari Zuniga Edge/Florida – 2nd Round

Cam Akers RB/Florida State – 2nd Round

John Simpson OL/Clemson – 3rd Round

Saahdiq Charles OL/LSU – 4th Round

Harrison Hand CB/Temple – 4th Round

Benito Jones DL/Mississippi – 6th Round

Baltimore* (14-2)

Patrick Queen Edge/LSU – 1st Round

Robert Hunt OL/Louisiana-Lafayette – 2nd Round

Logan Wilson LB/Wyoming – 2nd Round

Chase Claypool TE/Notre Dame – 3rd Round

Neville Gallimore DT/Oklahoma – 3rd Round

Jack Driscoll OL/Auburn – 4th Round

Kenny Robinson S/West Virginia – 4th Round

Quintez Cephus WR/Wisconsin – 5th Round

Trystan Colon-Castillo OL/Missouri – 7th Round

Tennessee* (9-7)

Yetur Gross-Matos Edge/Penn State

Noah Igbinoghene CB/Auburn – 2nd Round

Jonah Jackson OL/Ohio State – 3rd Round

Anthony Gordon QB/Washington State – 5th Round

Jeff Thomas WR/Miami – 7th Round

LeVante Bellamy RB/Western Michigan – 7th Round

Stephen Sullivan TE/LSU – 7th Round

Green Bay* (13-3)

Jalen Reagor WR/TCU – 1st Round

Jeremy Chinn S/Southern Illinois – 2nd Round

Jacob Eason QB/Washington – 3rd Round

James Lynch DL/Baylor – 4th Round

John Molchon OL/Boise State – 5th Round

Darrell Mooney WR/Tulane – 6th Round

Javon Leake RB/Maryland – 6th Round

Lavert Hill CB/Michigan – 6th Round

Kevin Dotson OG/Louisiana-Lafayette – 7th Round

Cheyenne O’Grady TE/Arkansas – 7th Round

San Francisco* (13-3)

Javon Kinlaw DT/South Carolina – 1st Round

Brandon Aiyuk WR/Arizona State – 1st Round

Trey Adams OT/Washington – 5th Round

Lamical Perine RB/Florida – 5th Round

Brian Cole S/Mississippi State – 6th Round

Justin Herron OL/Wake Forest – 7th Round

Kindle Victor CB/Georgia Southern – 7th Round

Kansas City* (12-4)

Cesar Ruiz OL/Michigan – 1st Round

Laviska Shenault WR/Colorado – 2nd Round

Jordan Elliott DT/Mississippi State – 3rd Round

Anthony McFarland RB/Maryland – 4th Round

Darnay Holmes CB/UCLA – 5th Round

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