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Seven Rounds NFL Mock Draft: All Tips, 21 Trades and Draft Class Analysis for 32 Teams

You've seen a lot of fake designs at this point (and here are some more great ones). Most are of the one-round variety, but you've been able to dig out some that go deeper, and even a few that cover all seven rounds. But how many have you seen that the whole seven rounds go and contain trades throughout the design?

We did that here by picking pick-by-pick to determine which teams can decide the three with each of their picks. Day design. In sum, this project combines potential talents, teamwork, potential visits, and reasonable trading to help teams with enough draft capital move for the right man.

First, find my team-by-team mock designs, complete with analysis for each design course. Then you can see the complete 256-Pick bill, with bills trades marked with an asterisk. Finally, I've included a spreadsheet of each dummy trade in my design, including the player teams that got up to vote. Hat Tip to Great Outlook Visit Tracker at Walter Football for collecting all this information in one place

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Does this have a chance to match what's actually happening on draft weekend? Of course not ̵

1; at least when it comes to certain players. However, I think that each of these 32 design classes is a realistic scenario for the type of design each team could have.

Let's go.

Note: This ridicule originally ran on April 20.

Team-by-Team Billboard Design

Arizona Cardinals

1 15 Lamar Jackson, QB, Louisville
2 47 Donte Jackson, CB, LSU
3 79 Brian O'Neill, OT, Pittsburgh
3 97 Daurice -Brunnen, WR, Northern Iowa Compensator
4 134 Andre Smith, ILB, North Carolina [19659019] Compensator
5 152 Godwin Igwebuike, SS, Northwest [CarlsonKAuburn by DEN
7 254 Brendan Mahon, G, Penn State Compensator

Lamar Jackson has as high a ceiling as any quarterback in the draft, and it would be interesting to see which offensive coordinator Mike McCoy is cooking for the run / pass weapon. McCoy is someone who will try to attack the strengths of a quarterback, not the other way around.

Donte Jackson brings speed to Patrick Peterson, and Cornerback is a position the Cardinals need to address early in the draft. O & Neill adds another option where the Cardinals have some uninspiring starters. Fountain is an excellent athlete who could be special under the guidance of Larry Fitzgerald.

Smith gives the defense a potential two-down linebacker, and having two Andre Smiths in the same team should be laughable. Igwebuike brings more depth to a secondary one who needs it. Carlson could be the best kicker in the class, and Phil Dawson is 43. Mahon can be developed into a potential starter on the road.

Atlanta Falcons

1 26 Trade to Pittsburgh
1 28 Calvin Ridley, WR, Alabama of PIT Braden Smith, G, Auburn
3 90 Da Shawn Hand, DT, Alabama [19659031] 4 126 BJ Hill, DT, NC State
5 148 Kevin Toliver, CB, LSU by PIT / SF [19659031] 200 Kurt Benkert, QB, Virginia
7 244 Nick Bawden, FB, San Diego State
7 256 Grant Haley, CB, Penn State Compensatory

The Falcons make a small trade back and get a fifth-hander before taking on Ridley, who should be a Dynamo No. 2 receiver for the offensive and lately a big W is. He would be perfect for a team with a well-established number 1, and if he comes out of the top 20, Ridley could have an offensive-caliber offense that's far more dangerous.

Smith should be a better starting option for the right guard than Brandon Fusco, who is under contract with the Free Agent campaign and whose salary is good for a backup role. The hand is a good option for the 2nd day defensive tackle if the position in round 1 is not addressed. If that's the case, doubling the position with Hill might make sense and give the team a nice turn on the D-line.

With the extra choice in first-round trading, the team in Toliver land down the corner and then come back down to gain depth to defend the slot and a key player in Haley. With their other two Day 3 picks, the Falcons take on a young, viable quarterback and a new defender who has distinguished himself in San Diego State for leading national rushers.

Baltimore Ravens

1 16 Mason Rudolph, QB, Oklahoma State
2 52 Hayden Hurst, TE, South Carolina
3 83 Trade to New Orleans
3 91 Deon Cain, WR, Clemson by NO [MichaelDicksonPTexas
5 154 Ade Aruna, DE, Tulane
5 Tracy Walker, FS, Louisiana-Lafayette by NO
6 178 Bradley Bozeman, C, Alabama by IND
6 190 [19659051] Trade to Indianapolis
6 215 Shaun Dion Hamilton, LB, Alabama Compensator
7 238 [19659051] Trade to Indianapolis

Tue e Ravens seriously consider Quarterback in the first round and high on Rudolph, via our Jason La Canfora, and here they take the overthrow. Cutting off Joe Flacco after the 2018 season would save the team $ 10.5 million over the cap, and that number could reach $ 18.5 million if it appears in 2019 after its release in June. Rudolph is clearly in the second rank of the QB candidates enough talent that he will be taken in the first round.

Hurst finally stabilizes the tight end position, and he gives Rudolph a passing game weapon that he can use to grow along with Cain, who could quickly take on the second receiver role behind Michael Crabtree. Before they take over Cain, the Ravens exchange a few spots and get a fifth-person from New Orleans.

Dickson is the best lancing candidate on the NFL for several years, and he is an ideal candidate for the fourth round for a team with many Day 3 selections. Aruna is a versatile piece for the defense line. Walker is a nice third-party safety star who could be in the starting eleven if Eric Weddle is overpriced in 2019. The Ravens sacrifice their seventh place for Bozeman, another good lineman who can start inside. And in Ozzie Newsome's final draft, the team follows one Alabama player with another in Hamilton, who can serve as center-back at linebacker.

Buffalo Bills

1 4 Baker Mayfield, QB, Oklahoma by CLE / HOU
1 12 [19659019] Trade to Cleveland from CIN
1 22 Isaiah Wynn, G, Georgia from KC
2 34 [19659020] DJ Moore, WR , Maryland of NYG
2 53 Darius Leonard, LB, South Carolina State
2 ] 56 Dealered with New York Giants by LAR
3 65 [19659026] Trade with New York Giants by CLE
3 96 Trade to Cleveland [19659019] by PHI
4 121 Aude n Tate, WR, Florida State
5 166 Kalen Ballage, RB, Arizona State by JAC
6 187 Trade to Minnesota by CIN
6 2 04 Christian Campbell, CB, Penn State by MIN
6 218 Jason Cabinda, LB, Penn State by MIN

According quarterbacks go 1-2-3, the bills trade up to # 4, passing the Browns no. 12, no. 96 and their 2019 first graders give a range that I think would appeal to the Browns more than No. 22 this year. It's a similar price as the Chiefs paid the bills last year to move from # 27 to # 10 by Patrick Mahomes, and although this is a shorter jump in terms of totals, it's more expensive to get up early in the design. Mayfield has a sneaky chance of being the best QB in this class.

By trading next year, the Bills are free to use No. 22 on Best Guardian Prospects this year outside of Quenton Nelson. The bills go up in the second round by trading # 56 and # 65 to the Giants to D.J. Moore, who will be an instant weapon from the slot and will give Mayfield a target monster out of the gate. After the two trades, the bills are given only a day 2 pick, which they put on a talented linebacker to add to a mediocre unit.

A trade-up for Moore should not stop the crew from continuing to attack their lack of depth at the receiver, so they come back and grab a big weapon in Tate, which could be a factor in the red zone. Ballage gives the running back depth, especially someone who can spell LeSean McCoy in third place if needed, and a potential return man. In the sixth round, the bills exchange back before landing two depths in defense. Carolina Panthers

1 24 Jaire Alexander, CB, Louisville
2 39 Justin Reid, FS, Stanford by CAR
2 55 Trade to Chicago
3 85 Trade to Chicago by BUF
3 [RashaadPennyRBSanDiegoState
5 161 Keke Coustee, WR, Texas Tech
6 [19659019] 197 Marcell Frazier, DE, Missouri
7 234 Taylor Hearn, G, Clemson by LAC / BUF
7 242 [19659026] Ryan Izzo, TE, Florida State

The Panthers seek for the beginning of the draft for Auxiliary after our Jason La Canfora. I like catching Alexander, a late riser, during the design process, who should immediately join the starting lineup.

The Panthers are the perfect place to board early in the second round for yet another important secondary goal and here they are exchanging # 55 and #85 for Reid, who is a candidate for the first round. Penny improves her runnability and should be a great way to mate with Christian McCaffrey.

Cooee is a nice five-way lap that could speed up the receiver's position and eventually take over Torrey Smith. Frazier could develop defensively in the end. Hearn brings depth to a position of need following the loss of Andrew Norwell. Izzo will not be a receiving weapon that can take over the line for Greg Olsen, but it's a nice inline tight end.

Chicago Bears

1 8 Quenton Nelson, G, Notre Dame
2 39 Trade with Carolina [ArdenKeyDE/LBLSU by CAR
3 85 Geron Christian, OT, Louisville by CAR / BUF
4 105 Shaquem Griffin, LB, UCF
4 115 Breeland Speaks, DE / DT, Ole Miss to ARI [19659031] 5 145 Tarvarius Moore, FS, Southern Miss
6 181 JC Jackson, CB, Maryland
7 [19659019] 224 Simmie Cobbs Jr., WR, Indiana

The Bears benefit from what may be their best scenario at # 8 with Nelson, a plug and play guardian who was to collect several All-Pro honors in his career, above all em, if he gets a little better in pass-blocking.

The Bears swap a third-tier fighter in the second round and get # 55 and #85 for # 39. They use the first of their new Day 2 picks at Key, which has all the potential in the world for one Top edge Edge Rusher despite a down-2017 and off-field red flags. Christian could spare Bobby Massie if he showed himself well in the camp; Otherwise he is key depth in position.

Griffin is an ace special team player who will also help linebackers. Speaks gives the team more depth on the defensive, and Moore is a steal in the fifth. Jackson is in a good corner position in sixth, and Cobbs improves the depth of the receiver behind the team's FA additions. [19659019] Cincinnati Bengals

1 21 Josh Jackson, CB, Iowa by BUF
2 46 Jamarco Jones, OT, Ohio State
3 77 Fred Warner, LB, BYU
3 100 Jeff Holland, DE, Auburn Compensator
4 [19659126] 112 John Kelly, RB, Tennessee
5 151 Marcell Ateman, WR, Oklahoma State
5 158 Kyzir White, SS, West Virginia by BUF
5 170 Matt Pryor, OT / G, TCU Compensator
7 249 Mike McCray, LB, Michigan by NE
7 252 John Atkins, DT, Georgia Compensator
7 253 [19659143] Arrion Springs, CB, Oregon [19659121] Compensator

With Mike McGlinchey getting off the board early, The Bengals turn to Josh Jackson, a ballhawk corner that would be of great value if he manages to top the top 20. The Bengals have a track record of highlighting the corner in the draft, and Jackson could serve as Darqueze Dennard's insurance if he goes into freelance agency or as a cheaper alternative to Dre Kirkpatrick down the line.

Considering that the Bengals are loaded with 11 picks, they should pull up when the opportunity presents itself on Day 2 and Day 3. But it just was not in my mockery, so they stopped and made all their picks here, something I doubt on the design weekend. Jones immediately gives an offensive line that she needs help. Warner could take over for Vontaze Borfict if the team decides to move on, and the team later adds more depth to their position in McCray. Holland brings depth to the defensive end rotation.

Kelly is a talented back who could be number 2 behind Joe Mixon. Ateman adds depth to the receiver and serves as an insurance plan for John Ross. White offers a good value in the fifth to come and push Shawn Williams. Pryor brings more O-Line depth and could start down the road. Atkins can compete for a place on the D-line while Springs is a dart throw on the corner.

Cleveland Brown's

1 1 Josh Allen, QB, Wyoming
1 4 Trade to Buffalo by HOU
1 12 Mike McGlinchey, OT, Notre Dame by BUF / CIN
1 23 Harold Landry, DE, Boston College by SEA / NE / LAR
2 33 Maurice Hurst, DT, Michigan
2 35 Trade to Seattle by HOU
2 64 Trade to Seattle by PHI
3 96 Genard Avery, LB, Memphis by BUF / PHI
4 114 Rashaan Gaulden, CB, Tennessee to GB
5 150 Nick Nelson, CB, Wisconsin to GB
5 168 Mark Walton , RB, Miami from SEA / NE
6 175 Ha to New England
6 188 Jaleel Scott, WR, New Mexico State from WHAT
6 198 Jullian Taylor, DT, Temple from NE / LAR
6 210 Joshua Kalu, SS, Nebraska [19659019] from NE / OAK

When I exchanged Allen for Sam Darnold in my previous appearance felt It just does not look like a Browns-y-Pick. Allen is probably the biggest boom-or-bust prospect in the design, while Darnold is probably the safest of the top 4 options. What sounds more likely to Cleveland? With their other first-rounder, the Browns are trading the Bills, taking # 12, # 96 and a 2019 first-round pick. It's basically the same package that received the bills to switch from # 10 to # 27 last year and have another team swap for a QB. At # 12, the Browns start the post-Joe Thomas era on the left tackle with McGlinchey.

With all the tips that Cleveland has in the first three rounds (especially after relegation from 4th place), they have the opportunity to get a third first round selection this year. Here this means that we are trading No. 35 and # 64 to Seattle for # 23 (which the Seahawks fetched earlier in a trade with the Patriots) and No. 168. Then they grab Landry, a nice consolation prize for Bradley Chubb earlier, and pair him on the D-line with Hurst at # 33. A front by Myles Garrett, Larry Ogunjobi, Hurst and Landry should be fun, and Taylor's pick later adds more depth to the line.

At the end of the third round, the Browns add Avery, a potential long-term replacement for Jamie Collins, who may not be worth his massive 2019 Cap-Hit. Next comes a slot corner in Gaulden before grabbing another long position. Term option on the corner in Nelson recovering from a torn meniscus. Walton adds something to the rotation, someone who can serve as a pass-catcher from the backfield. After trading in the sixth, the Browns grab an interesting outdoor receiver with size in Scott. Kalu is a versatile defense that can draw on special teams. Dallas Cowboys

1 19 Leighton Vander Esch, LB, Boise St.
2 43 James Daniels, G, Iowa [19659019] from NE [196591] 2 50 Trade to New England
3 81 Michael Gallup, WR, State of Colorado
4 116 Trade to New England
4 137 DeShon Elliott, SS, Texas Compensator
5 [19659019] 162 Cole Madison, G, Washington State by TEN
5 171 Trade to Tennessee Compensatory
6 192 [19659026] Trey Quinn, WR, SMU by OAK / SEA
6 193 RJ McIntosh, DT, Miami
6 208 Darius Phillips, CB , West Michigan Compensator
7 236 Trade to Tennessee

Receiver seems to be a great need for the Cowboys after the release of Dez Bryant, but they should not be forced out in the first round see, go there. Vander Esch is an extremely talented all-down linebacker who should take on the role of Sean Lee in the defense. While this design is about getting talent, there is not much left of linebacker outside the first round.

The cowboys, who benefit from three compensatory picks, can afford to rise for the right people. In the second round, the # 50 and # 116 are traded to ascend for Daniels, who can immediately join the left guard and allow La & El Collins to stay in the right tackle. In the third round, the cowboys grab their receiver for a good price, and Gallup has the potential to get better at the pros.

Elliott improves the safety of the team. After trades # 171 and # 236 for # 162, the Cowboys increase their insides depth with Madison, who could also become a starter if Zack Martin can not be re-signed. Quinn is a potential place competition for Ryan Switzer as Cole Beasley's eventual successor, but cutting Beasley could also save the team $ 3.25 million. McIntosh gives the team an athlete to help depth in the defensive line. Phillips adds depth to cornerback, as well as some return-man experience.

Denver Broncos

1 5 Bradley Chubb, DE, NC State
2 40 Austin Corbett, G / C, Nevada [19659019]
3 71 DJ Chark, WR, LSU
3 99 Isaac Yiadom, CB, Boston College Compensator [19659031] 4 106 Royce Freeman, RB, Oregon
4 113 Marquis Haynes, OLB, Ole Miss from WHAT
5 [19659019] 149 Chris Herndon, TE, Miami from WHAT
5 160 Trade to Houston by LAR
6 177 Oren Burks, ILB, Vanderbilt by HOU
6 [19659019] 211 Jester Weah, WR, Pittsburgh by HOU

With four QBs, the Broncos made a decision: Bradley Chubb or Saquon Barkley? I've mocked Barkley in the past about her, but in the end, maybe it's too much to pair Chubb with Von Miller to go in a different direction. Shaquil Barrett is a free agent after 2018, and Shane Ray's option should not be picked up. Chubb also gives the team a first-rate pass rusher in case Miller gets too expensive to keep the road. But as long as Chubb and Miller play together, they should be a dynamic pass-hushing duo.

In the second round in Corbett, the Broncos attack an undervalued interior line perspective that could immediately begin at the left guard. Chark is a big and fast weapon for Case Keenum and a potential starter in 2019, depending on what the team does with its bulk money receivers. Yiadom may initially be a special team ace, who may become a successor to Aqib Talib.

Freeman is a quality # 2 back to pair with Devontae Booker. Haynes will bring more Pass Rush help in the long run and could allow the team to instantly bait with the disappointing Ray. Herndon is another dart throw that could become a starter. At No. 160, the Broncos trade back with Houston before boarding at No. 177 within the linebacker depth in Burks and another large and fast receiver at Weah at # 211.

Detroit Lions

1 20 Derrius Guice, RB, LSU
2 51 Dallas Goedert, TE, South Dakota State
3 82 [19659051] Acted to LA Rams
3 87 Josey Jewell, LB, Iowa by LAR [19659031] 4 117 Mike White, QB, West Kentucky
5 153 Hercules Mata & amp; afa, DE, Washington State
6 183 Tyler Conklin, TE, Central Michigan by LAR / MIA
7 237 Korey Robertson, WR, Southern Miss

Running back is not the Lions b After signing LeGarrette Blount is the biggest need, but it's still a problem that it's difficult to pass on the super-talent Guice in 20th place. When the Lions pass it on, it feels like it might fall out of the first round, so they may want to explore a trade of 8-10 picks before they grab it if it stays their top target, finishing 20th stay.

Goedert is a steal at # 50, and he would be a big upgrade over the Luke Willson and Michael Roberts tandem. Before they make their next choice, the Lions swap places and get a sixth. At number 87, they then take Jewell, which is undersize but makes great depths at linebacker.

White gives the team a first-rate opportunity to develop behind Matthew Stafford. Mata & afa is a little light on the defensive, but he's talented enough to grab and use in special teams while he waits to see if he fucks up. Conklin is recovering from a serious foot injury, but good enough to shoot a 3-day pick. Robertson is a lottery ticket that helps you gain depth.

Green Bay Packers

1 14 Denzel Ward, CB, Ohio State
2 45 Sam Hubbard, DE / LB, Ohio State
3 76 Anthony Miller, WR, Memphis
3 93 Foley Fatukasi, DE / DT, UConn [19659019] by JAC
4 101 Trade to Jacksonville by CLE
4 124 Jack Cichy, LB, Wisconsin by KC / LAR [ Compensatory 172 Trade to Jacksonville Compensator
5 174 J & M Moore, WR, Missouri Compensator
6 186 DJ. Reed, CB, Kansas State
6 207 Trade to Kansas City Compensatory
7 232 Dejon Allen, C, Hawaii
7 239 Trade to Kansas City by BUF

That Ward falls to 14th place is probably the best scenario for the Packers and he pushes as an immediate leader into an emergency. Adding Ward to Kevin King gives the team two quality young corners for bargain deals in the long run.

Hubbard gives the team Clay Matthews insurance as Edge Rusher. Miller is a great find in the third round to give the team another good receiver to support Davante Adams and Randall Cobb. With eight picks on Day 3, the Packers have plenty of room to develop some trade-ups under their new GM, and the first (No. 101 and No. 172 to Jacksonville) takes them to the third round for a defensive ending up taking over for Muhammad Wilkerson in case he makes a big deal after a season in Green Bay.

The Packers then negotiate two late picks (# 207, # 239) to move up in the fourth round and get a clever inside linebacker who deals with injury problems at college in Cichy. Demby can evolve into a start-up guard in time for the Packers to get rid of another quality lineman too soon, not too late. Moore bringt die Größe, die Miller nicht hat, aber er wird Arbeit brauchen, um sich zu mehr als einer Waffe in der roten Zone zu entwickeln. Reed fügt im Return-Spiel mehr Tiefe bei. Allen kann zu einem potentiellen Starter werden, wenn Corey Linsley in ein paar Jahren zu teuer wird.

Houston Texans

3 68 Chukwuma Okorafor, OT, West-Michigan
3 80 Nathan Shepherd, DE, Fort Hays St [19659019] aus SEA
3 98 Parry Nickerson, CB, Tulane Kompensator
4 103 Dalton Schultz, TE, Stanford
5 160 Jordan Whitehead, FS, Pittsburgh von DEN / LAR
6 177 Handel nach Denver
6 211 Handel nach Denver Kompensator
6 214 Kendrick Norton, NT, Miami Kompensator
7 222 John Franklin-Myers, DE, Stephen F. Austin

Die Texaner warten bis zur dritten Runde darauf Entwurf dank zweier separater Trades, die sie mit den Browns gemacht haben (einer, der let ztes Jahr für Deshaun Watson aufgestanden ist, einer, um Brock Osweiler aus ihren Büchern zu holen). Ihre erste Wahl ist ein Sportgerät, um ihre größten Bedürfnisse zu befriedigen. Schäfer ist J.J. Watt insurance and should develop into a starter down the line. Nickerson is a potential eventual replacement for impending free agent Kareem Jackson.

Schultz can help out tackles as an in-line blocker and he's also solid as a pass-catcher, though not ever likely to be a top receiving weapon. Houston trades No. 177 and No. 211 to move up for Whitehead, who can apprentice under Tyrann Mathieu for a year. Norton and Franklin-Myers improve the team's depth on the defensive line. The Texans are still left with several holes after this draft, but that's going to be the case no matter what.

Indianapolis Colts

1 6 Saquon Barkley, RB, Penn State from NYJ
2 36 Mike Hughes, CB, UCF
2 37 Billy Price, G/C, Ohio State from NYJ
2 49 Christian Kirk, WR, Texas A&M from NYJ/SEA
3 67 Rasheem Green, DE/DT, USC
4 104 Brandon Parker, OT, North Carolina A&T
5 140 Holton Hill, CB, Texas
6 178 Traded to Baltimore
6 190 Deontay Burnett, WR, USC from BAL
7 221 Skai Moore, LB, South Carolina
7 238 [19659026]Mike Love, DE, South Florida from BAL

Once four QBs go off the board in the first four picks, the Colts are guaranteed one of Bradley Chubb and Saquon Barkley, and here they land Barkley, one of the best running back prospects in recent memory. Marlon Mack is a fine lead back, but he's no Barkley.

The Colts land three excellent talents in the second round, starting with Hughes, who can be an instant factor at corner and in the return game. Price suffered a partially torn pec during the predraft process but should still be ready to start at guard early. Kirk should immediately help from the slot. Green can take over the starting end role from Denico Autry in 2019 and be an interesting rotational pass-rusher in the meantime.

Parker is a potential option to start at right tackle, and the Colts should make protecting the QB a focus. Hill could easily outplay his Day 3 status but comes with character red flags. The Colts trade down in the sixth round before taking another receiver in Burnett. Moore is a medical question mark who the rebuilding Colts can afford to be patient with. Love is an interesting depth option on the defensive line.

Jacksonville Jaguars

1 29 Courtland Sutton, WR, SMU
2 61 Ronnie Harrison, SS, Alabama
3 93 Traded to Green Bay
4 101 Mark Andrews, TE, Oklahoma from GB/CLE
4 129 Kenny Young, LB, UCLA
5 172 Toby Weathersby, G, LSU from GB
6 203 Kentavius Street, DE/DT, NC State
7 230 Levi Wallace, CB, Alabama from CIN
7 247 Riley Ferguson, QB, Memphis

The Jaguars are fortunate enough to watch other potential suitors pass up Sutton and allow him to drop to No. 29. He should quickly become the team's No. 1 receiver while scratching that Moncrief-type itch for a big target for Blake Bortles. If he gets singled up regularly with teams stacking the box against Leonard Fournette, watch out.

Harrison is a nice value late in the second round, and he could end up taking over for Barry Church in 2019, as cutting the veteran would clear his entire $6.25 million off the cap. The Jaguars then trade out of the third round, getting the first pick of Day 3 (No. 101) and a fifth-rounder (No. 172). Andrews is another pass-catching weapon to play behind new No. 1 tight end Austin Seferian-Jenkins. Young gives the team an option for a third linebacker after Paul Posluszny's retirement.

Weathersby is an experienced right tackle who could be developed as a versatile reserve lineman. Street tore his ACL but is a worthy IR stash. Wallace is as hard a worker you'll find in the seventh round as a former walk-on-turned-contributor for the Alabama defense. Ferguson is a practice-squad option who could potentially develop into a No. 2 QB.

Kansas City Chiefs

2 54 Tyrell Crosby, OT/G, Oregon
3 78 Anthony Averett, CB, Alabama from WAS
3 86 Dorance Armstrong, OLB, Kansas
4 122 Christian Sam, LB, Arizona State
4 124 Traded to Green Bay from LAR
4 133 Antonio Callaway, WR, Florida from GB
6 196 Skyler Phillips, G/C, Idaho State
6 207 Troy Apke, FS, Penn State from GB
7 233 Jordan Lasley, WR, UCLA from ARI
7 239 Michael JosephCB, Dubuque from GB/BUF
7 243 Jordan Akins, TE, UCF from TEN

The Chiefs are left waiting until Day 2 thanks to last year's trade-up for Patrick Mahomes. With a franchise QB and star running back in place along with the signing of Sammy Watkins to give Mahomes a third quality passing-game weapon after Tyreek Hill and Travis Kelce, the team loads up on defense early and often here, but not before adding an offensive lineman in Crosby who could compete to start at guard or serve as a key reserve at multiple positions.

Averett is a fast corner who could step in quickly as a starter on the outside. Armstrong gives the team a quality option at rush linebacker with Tamba Hali gone and Dee Ford recovering from a back injury. The Chiefs then add help at inside linebacker with Sam, who gives the team needed depth behind Anthony Hitchens and Reggie Ragland.

After trading down with their second fourth-rounder to pick up two late picks (No. 207, No. 233), the Chiefs land Callaway, a big talent with big off-field red flags, hoping to again catch lightning in a bottle at the position. Phillips is a great find in the sixth who should help interior depth immediately on the line. Apke proved incredibly fast at the combine for a safety (4.34 40-yard dash) and should factor in on special teams. Lasley is another character-red flag wild card to gamble on late. Joseph will have to prove he can compete in the NFL but is a nice gamble for a team that lacks depth at corner. Akins is an old prospect who can be a nice downfield weapon and potential stylistic backup to Travis Kelce if he can stick.

Los Angeles Chargers

1 17 Da'Ron Payne, DT, Alabama
2 48 Jessie Bates, FS, Wake Forest
3 84 Will Richardson, OT, NC State
4 119 Nyheim Hines, RB, NC State
5 155 Tegray Scales, LB, Indiana
6 191 Matthew Thomas, LB, Florida State
7 251 Aaron Evans, G, UCF Compensatory

The Chargers use No. 17 on a player that will immediately help their pass rush and could also be a tough player to handle in pass-rushing situations, especially considering the talent the defense has on the ends. Corey Liuget is suspended to open the year, so Payne should be in for all the work he can handle early.

Bates addresses the hole that remains in the secondary after the departure of Tre Boston. Richardson can compete to start at right tackle, where the team needs an upgrade. Hines is a scatback who could be lethal in small doses. Scales and Thomas bring talent to a linebacker group that's proven to be a rare weakness for this defense. Evans will try to stick as a depth piece on the line.

Los Angeles Rams

3 82 Ogbonnia Okoronkwo, OLB, Oklahoma from DET
3 87 Traded to Detroit
4 111 Micah Kiser, ILB, Virginia from MIA
4 135 Quenton Meeks, CB, Stanford from NYG
4 136 Traded to Washington from NE
5 142 Scott Quessenberry, G/C, UCLA from WAS/DEN
6 176 Joe Ostman, OLB, Central Michigan from NYG
6 183 Traded to Detroit from MIA
6 194 Dane Cruikshank, DB, Arizona from DET
6 195 Timon Parris, OT/G, Stony Brook from BUF
7 231 [19659026]Phillip Lindsay, RB, Colorado from WAS

The Rams are left waiting until the third round after the trade that brought Brandin Cooks out west. With an excellent rush linebacker in range, they sacrifice No. 183 to move up a few spots and grab Okoronkwo, who has the chance to develop into a star under Wade Phillips. Kiser adds more talent inside at linebacker after the team traded away Alec Ogletree. Meeks should be tried at corner initially but could be benefited from a move to safety.

The Rams trade back from No. 136 to pick up a seventh-rounder, then take a potential starting guard in Quessenberry. Ostman brings another rotational option at rush linebacker and a special-teams option, and while there are no stars at the position for the Rams, a group of Matt Longacre, Samson Ebukam, Okoronkwo and Ostman is enough to get by with.

Cruikshank is another special-teams weapon who might be developed into a starter at safety. Parris brings more depth on the offensive line. Lindsay is a great value in the seventh and could end up a factor on an offense that doesn't have much depth at running back.

Miami Dolphins

1 11 Tremaine Edmunds, LB, Virginia Tech
2 42 Taven Bryan, DT, Florida
2 60 Mike Gesicki, TE, Penn State from PIT
3 73 Traded to Pittsburgh
4 123 Traded to Pittsburgh from CLE/CAR
4 131 Luke Falk, QB, Washington State from PHI/NE
6 209 Darrel Williams, RB, LSU from LAR/KC
7 227 Javon Wims, WR, Georgia from SF
7 229 Sean Welsh, G/C, Iowa

The Dolphins would surely love to land a Baker Mayfield or Josh Rosen, but in this mock the to p QBs go 1-2-3-4. So they pivot to taking the ultra-athletic Edmunds, who has the upside to be one of the best linebackers in the game. He'll slot in next to Raekwon McMillian as the team's top linebackers, and the Dolphins could look to trade Kiko Alonso for help at other positions or a late pick.

In the second round, the Dolphins snatch up a potential first-round talent in Bryan, who should take over for Ndamukong Suh as a starter from Day 1. Rather than wait and hope Gesicki gets to them in the third round, Miami trades No. 73 and No. 123 to move into the end of the second round and get him. Gesicki, like Edmunds, is insane athletically, and he should be an immediate force in the passing game.

Falk isn't likely to prove a worthy starter at quarterback, but he should be a better No. 2 option long-term than Brock Osweiler. Williams and Wims provide depth at skill positions on offense, while Welsh could back up all three spots on the interior of the offensive line.

Minnesota Vikings

1 30 Frank Ragnow, G/C, Arkansas
2 62 Uchenna Nwosu, OLB, USC
3 94 Dante Pettis, WR, Washington
5 157 Alex CappaOT, Humboldt State from NYJ/DAL
5 167 Traded to New York Jets
6 187 Davontae Harris, CB, Illinois State from BUF/CIN
6 204 Traded to Buffalo
6 213 Ike Boettger, G, Iowa Compensatory
6 218 Traded to Buffalo Compensatory
7 225 Traded to New York Jets from DEN

The Vikings mak e bolstering the offensive line the key focus of this draft, starting with Ragnow. He should start immediately at center or guard, and while this pick could be perceived as a bit of a reach, he could quickly emerge as a leader on the offensive line.

Nwosu is Anthony Barr insurance in case a long-term deal can't be worked out, and he'll immediately serve as quality depth for a linebacker group that has a strong starting unit but not much behind them. Pettis could wind up being a steal late in the third round as a Week 1 punt returner who could be a worthy slot receiver by next season.

The Vikings trade their seventh-rounder to move up in the fifth and grab Cappa, an intriguing small-school prospect who could compete to start at right tackle or kick inside to guard. Minnesota then trades up again, sacrificing No. 218 to move up 17 spots for Harris, a defensive back with great size who could develop into a starter at cornerback or safety. With their last pick, the Vikings add even more depth on the offensive line.

New England Patriots

1 18 Marcus Davenport, DE, UTSA from SEA
1 23 Traded to Seattle from LAR
1 31 Kolton Miller, OT, UCLA
2 43 Traded to Dallas from SF
2 50 Lorenzo Carter, OLB, Georgia from DAL
2 63 Kyle Lauletta, QB, Richmond
3 95 Traded to Seattle
4 116 Duke Ejiofor, DE, Wake Forest from DAL
6 175 Akrum Wadley, RB, Iowa from CLE
6 198 Traded to Cleveland from LAR
6 210 Traded to Cleveland from OAK
7 219 Siran Neal, CB, Jacksonville State from CLE

After trading Brandin Cooks to land the No. 23 pick, the Patriots package that selection with No. 95 to get ahead of the Lions and nab Marcus Davenport, the second-best pass-rusher in this draft. He could rotate with Trey Flowers and Adrian Clayborn initially as he gets acclimated to the NFL, giving the Patriots a massively upgraded pass rush for 2018. With their other first-rounder, the Patriots grab a replacement for Nate Solder at left tackle in Miller.

With No. 95 gone in the deal to move up for Davenport, the Patriots trade back in the second round and pick up a fourth-rounder so they aren't shut out of Rounds 3-5. After the move, they pick up Carter to improve their talent at linebacker. At the end of the second round, Lauletta should be the perfect QB to come in and mold into Tom Brady's backup.

With the added fourth-rounder, the Patriots land more defensive line help in Ejiofor, making the defensive front seven a priority in this draft. The Patriots then swing another deal to move up in the sixth round for Wadley, an undersized back who should be a weapon as a receiver. Neal is a dart throw at cornerback who might end up sticking at safety.

New Orleans Saints

1 27 Will Hernandez, G, UTEP
3 83 Ian Thomas, TE, Indiana from BAL
3 91 Traded to Baltimore
4 127 Deadrin Senat, DT, South Florida
5 139 Jalyn Holmes, DE, Ohio State from NYG
5 147 Traded to N.Y. Giants from MIA
5 164 Traded to Baltimore
6 189 Joel Iyiegbuniwe, LB, Western Kentucky from ARI
6 201 Traded to N.Y. Giants
7 245 Greg Senat, OT, Wagner

Guard is hardly the biggest need for the Saints , but they did have Hernandez in for a private workout, and he should be a starter in the NFL for a long time. Hernandez provides insurance with Andrus Peat recovering from ankle surgery, and he should definitely have a starting spot locked up by 2019.

The Saints get tired of waiting on Day 2, giving No. 164 to Baltimore to move up eight spots for Thomas, an underrated tight end in this class behind the top three names. He should be a well-rounded player with the ability to grow as a blocker. The fourth round brings the first of two Senats for the Saints, with Deadrin improving the depth on the defensive line.

The team wants to address their defensive end rotation, and here they do it with Holmes in Round 5. He could grow into a quality rotational piece. Iyiegbuniwe helps at a position that doesn't have quality depth, and he can be a factor on special teams right away. Greg Senat will try and develop into a swing tackle.

New York Giants

1 2 Sam Darnold, QB, USC 
2 34 Traded to Buffalo
2 56 Sony Michel, RB, Georgia from BUF/LAR
3 65 Orlando Brown, OT, Oklahoma from BUF/CLE
3 66 Kemoko Turay, OLB, Rutgers
3 69 Duke Dawson, CB, Florida from TB
4 108 Tony Adams, G/C, NC State from TB
5 139 Traded to New Orleans
5 147 Kylie Fitts, DE/LB, Utah from NO/MIA
6 201 Justin Jones, DE, NC State from NO

The Giants land their quarterback at No. 2 with Darn old, who will be prepped to take over for Eli Manning in 2019. Considered the most pro-ready QB prospect in the draft by many, Darnold could also take the field in the second half of his rookie year if the Giants are going nowhere.

With the rebuild on, the Giants trade down from No. 34 to pick up two important selections, using the first on a new feature back in Michel. He's not Saquon Barkley, but he's a nice value outside the top 50. Now with three picks at the top of the third round, the Giants grab a right tackle in Brown, a 3-4 rush linebacker in Turay and a capable slot cornerback in Dawson.

In the fourth round, the Giants pick up an interior lineman who can battle for a starting spot with a strong showing in camp. The team then turns its remaining pick into two by trading down again. The Giants then draft another rush linebacker to improve depth in their new scheme, and a 3-4 end to also add to the team's depth.

New York Jets

1 3 Josh Rosen, QB, UCLA from IND
3 72 Equanimeous St. Brown, WR, Notre Dame
4 107 Durham Smythe, TE, Notre Dame
5 157 Traded to Minnesota from DAL
5 167 Leon Jacobs, OLB, Wisconsin from MIN
6 179 Bilal Nichols, DE, Delaware
7 225 Chase Edmonds, RB, Fordham from MIN/DEN
7 235 Marquez Valdes-Scantling, WR, South Florida from SEA

The Jets start by landing their franchise QB, and my guess is that they'll opt for Rosen over Baker Mayfield. The types of "red flags" he's had to deal with during the draft process reek of teams trying to push him down so they can draft him. The three inches he has on Mayfield are about the margin with which I have Rosen as the No. 3 pick.

The Jets paid a big price to get to No. 3, and that means waiting until No. 72 to take St. Brown, a tall receiving weapon to help the team's depth chart at receiver. Next up is Smythe, who will help blocking as an inline tight end and is a solid pass catcher.

Before picking in the fifth round, the Jets trade back to add another seventh-round pick, They then take Jacobs, who will look to develop into a rotational edge rusher, and Nichols, who could help replace Muhammad Wilkerson. In the seventh, the team adds a couple more skill-position depth pieces in Edmonds, an excellent FCS runner who dealt with leg issues last year, and Valdes-Scantling, who has the height and speed to dominate if he's coached properly.

Oakland Raiders

1 10 Roquan Smith, WLB, Georgia
2 41 James Washington, WR, Oklahoma State
3 75 Tim Settle, NT, Virginia Tech
4 110 Chad Thomas, DE, Miami
5 146 Jaryd Jones-Smith, OT, Pittsburgh from SEA/OAK
5 159 Traded to Seattle from NE/CLE/KC
5 173 Bo Scarbrough, RB, Alabama Compensatory
6 185 JK Scott, P, Alabama
6 212 Traded to Seattle Compensatory
6 216 Allen Lazard, WR, Iowa State Compensatory
6 217 [19659026]Eddy Pineiro, K, Florida Compensatory
7 228 Kahlil McKenzie, DT, Tennessee

The Raiders have a ton of picks to give Jon Gruden the players he wants, and taking the draft's premier linebacker at No. 10 would give a huge boost to the defense. Smith gives defensive coordinator Paul Guenther his Vontaze Burfict, minus the character issues.

Washington gives the offense some depth behind their top two receivers and also serves as Jordy Nelson insurance. Settle is a massive force on the defensive line and would be a great value in the third round. Thomas has the tools to succeed, and he could develop into a key member of the pass-rush rotation.

The Raiders trade up in the fifth to land Jones-Smith, who could wind up taking over as starter at right tackle with the right development. The team grabs a couple cheap options for special teams in Scott and Pineiro, and a potential red-zone weapon in Lazard, in the sixth. With their final pick, the Raiders grab Reggie McKenzie's son to compete for a roster spot.

Philadelphia Eagles

1 32 Isaiah Oliver, CB, Colorado
4 130 P.J. Hall, DT, Sam Houston State from MIN
4 132 Jaylen Samuels, TE, NC State
5 169 Tarvarus McFadden, CB, Florida State
6 206 Justin Watson, WR, Penn
7 250 Justin Jackson, RB, Northwestern from SEA/NE/PHI

I wouldn't be shocked if the Eagles trade down from No. 32 (maybe with Buffalo?), but after the team quickly moved on from Daryl Worley and his off-field issues, cornerback could be a great position to target with the talent expected to be available in the late-first, early-second range. Oliver gives the team long-term insurance in case Ronald Darby isn't re-signed, and he has the upside to be one of the league's top corners.

Without the tradedown, the Eagles sit and wait until the end of the fourth round to pick up Hall, an incredible FCS defensive lineman who could develop into a much cheaper starting option than Timmy Jernigan down the line. Samuels is an intriguing chess piece for Doug Pederson to move around the formation.

McFadden adds more depth at corner, and he might benefit from some development on the practice squad. Watson is another practice-squad player who could develop into something more with the right coaching. Jackson is a wild card who can compete for the No. 3 role at running back.

Pittsburgh Steelers

1 26 Rashaan Evans, ILB, Alabama from ATL
1 28 Traded to Atlanta
2 60 Traded to Miami
3 73 Derrick Nnadi, DE/DT, Florida State from MIA
3 92 M.J. Stewart, CB, North Carolina
4 123 Armani Watts, S, Texas A&M from MIA/CLE/CAR
5 148 Traded to Atlanta from SF
5 165 Marcus Allen, SS, Penn State
7 220 Trevon Young, OLB, Louisville from NYG
7 246 Richie James, WR, Middle Tennessee State

If Evans makes it to No. 27, the Steelers will have to worry about the Saints swiping him. It's worth giving up a fifth-round pick to jump a couple spots and land the much-needed inside linebacker.

In the second, they make up for sacrificing one pick and trading back 13 spots before taking Nnadi, a sack machine in college who can compete for snaps on the defensive line. Stewart is a versatile defensive back who should quickly develop into a starter somewhere.

The Steelers keep attacking the defense on Day 3, picking up two safety prospects in Watts and Allen for depth and special teams potential. Watts could end up developing into the best option at free safety. Young provides some depth at rush linebacker. The team's first and only offensive pick ends up being James, a small slot option who could be dangerous with the ball in space.

San Francisco 49ers

1 9 Minkah Fitzpatrick, FS/CB, Alabama
2 59 Jerome Baker, OLB, Ohio State from NO
3 70 Harrison Phillips, DT, Stanford from CHI
3 74 Martinas Rankin, G/C, Mississippi State
4 128 DaeSean Hamilton, WR, Penn State from PIT
5 143 Dorian O'Daniel, ILB, Clemson from NYJ
6 184 Tony Brown, CB, Alabama
7 223 Troy Fumagalli, TE, Wisconsin from MIA/TB
7 240 Tre Flowers, FS, Oklahoma State from KC

The 49ers are a rare team that doesn't make a trade in my mock. In the first round they snap up Fitzpatrick, a slot corner/free safety who can move around the defensive formation and have success in a fluid role if the team wants to use him creatively.

Baker addresses an area of need at linebacker and should start immediately. Phillips is a great value in the third round who could get a lot of snaps early. Rankin helps boost the team's talent at guard. Hamilton adds depth at receiver and could develop into a quality secondary option in the passing game.

O'Daniel will help the team move on from Reuben Foster if it chooses to give up on the recent first-round pick. Otherwise, he makes for nice insurance. Brown in a fast corner who should excel on special teams and could be a key piece in the secondary eventually. Fumagalli and Flowers are solid players who could stick in camp.

Seattle Seahawks

1 18 Traded to New England
1 23 Traded to Cleveland from NE/LAR
2 35 Carlton Davis, CB, Auburn from CLE/HOU
2 64 Kerryon Johnson, RB, Auburn from CLE/PHI
3 95 Joseph Noteboom, OT, TCU from NE
4 120 Tyquan Lewis, DE/DT, Ohio State
5 141 Terrell Edmunds, FS, Virginia Tech from HOU
5 146 Traded to Oakland from OAK
5 156 Colby Gossett, G, Appalachian State from PHI/SEA
5 159 Poona Ford, DT, Texas from OAK/NE/CLE/KC
5 168[19659052]Traded to Cleveland from NE
6 212 Dylan Cantrell, WR, Texas Tech from OAK
7 226 Will Dissly, TE, Washington from NYJ
7 248 Natrell Jamerson, SS, Wisconsin from MIN

The Seahawks get busy in Round 1, first trading No. 18 to the Patriots for No. 23 and No. 95, then shipping No. 23 to the Browns along with No. 168 for No. 35 and No. 64. That gives the Seahawks three picks on Day 2, and they use the first on a cornerback in Davis who should be a great scheme fit. Johnson gives the team a legitimate feature back to take pressure off Russell Wilson.

Noteboom has the chance to start right away for a team that needs an upgrade at right tackle. Lewis could try to be a Michael Bennett-lite for the Seahawks, playing end on early downs before kicking inside. Edmunds would be a great value in the fifth, and he could be developed into Earl Thomas's successor.

The Seahawks trade down with their next pick, then use their two remaining fifth-rounders on depth for both lines. Cantrell gives the team more depth at receiver after losing Paul Richardson. Dissly can contribute as a blocker and provide depth at tight end. Jamerson should be a nice special-teams player who will try to develop into a capable NFL safety.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

1 7 Derwin James, SS, Florida State
2 38 Connor Williams, OT, Texas
4 102 Nick Chubb, RB, Georgia from NYG
5 144 Avonte Maddox, CB, Pittsburgh
6 180 Trenton Thompson, DT, Georgia
6 202 Dimitri Flowers, FB, Oklahoma from PIT
7 255 Justin Lawler, DE, SMU Compensatory

James gives the Bucs defense a fantastic talent to build around in the secondary, and he'll be the impact player at strong safety they didn't get in the failed T.J. Ward addition. The scary thing is that he still has room to grow into a better player.

Williams gives the team Demar Dotson insurance, but if he reaches his potential, he could easily wind up usurping Donovan Smith as Jameis Winston's blind-side blocker. At worst, he can kick inside and be a capable guard. Chubb gives the team much-needed talent at running back.

Maddox is small but fast with plus intangibles. Thompson boosts the defensive line rotation, which should have excellent depth inside. Flowers can serve as insurance for Alan Cross, who underwent sports hernia surgery this offseason. Lawler adds more depth at defensive end.

Tennessee Titans

1 25 Josh Sweat, OLB, Florida State
2 57 Malik Jefferson, ILB, Texas
3 89 Andrew Brown, DE, Virginia
4 125 Wyatt Teller, G, Virginia Tech
5 162 Traded to Dallas
5 171 Tre'Quan Smith, WR, UCF from DAL
6 199 Ito Smith, RB, Southern Miss
7 236 Stephen Roberts, SS, Auburn from DAL

The Titans start by taking a late riser in the draft process in Sweat, who will get a year to grow into a more-complete outside linebacker before taking over a starting job in 2019. Jefferson adds talent at inside linebacker after the loss of Avery Williamson. He could also emerge as a starter down the road.

Brown improves depth on the defensive line and could be vicious as a pass-rusher in nickel formations. Teller continues the team's emphasis on competition at guard this offseason, joining Quinton Spain, Xavier Su'a-Filo and Kevin Pamphile in the race to start.

After trading back in the fifth round to pick up a seven-round selection, the Titans land a nice value in Tre'Quan Smith who can compete for a reserve receiver role. Ito Smith becomes the leader for the RB3 role in camp, and he could do some damage as a pass-catcher if Dion Lewis can't stay healthy. Roberts can compete for a roster spot as a special-teams ace and backup safety.

Washington Redskins

1 13 Vita Vea, NT, Washington
2 44 Ronald Jones II, RB, USC
4 109 Mason Cole, G/C, Michigan from DEN/SF
4 136 Desmond HarrisonOT, West Georgia from LAR/NE
5 142 Traded to L.A. Rams from DEN
5 163 Kameron Kelly, CB, San Diego State from DEN/ATL
6 205 Quin Blanding, SS, Virginia from CLE/NE
7 231 Traded to L.A. Rams
7 241 Cedrick Wilson, WR, Boise State from LAR

Washington starts by landing a premier run-stuffer in Vea, and he's shown enough as a pass-rusher that he has the potential to be a three-down playe r if coached up. No. 13 might be a little high for that type of player, but he has the chance to be special and should be a good fit in Washington.

Jones comes in to form a nice tandem with Chris Thompson, as neither are good bets to handle a massive amount of touches but both should wow with lesser workloads. Cole and Harrison bring much-needed depth to the offensive line, with Cole having a great chance to start early and Harrison serving as important depth behind two recovering tackles. The Rams end up trading a seven-rounder to move up for Harrison on Day 3. 

Kelly could try and land a key role as a corner or end up being a long-term starter at safety. Blanding brings depth at safety as well. Wilson brings depth at receiver and could grow into an eventual role in three wide sets if coached up.

Entire mock draft

1 CLE Josh Allen, QB, Wyoming
2 NYG Sam Darnold, QB, USC 
3 NYJ (f/IND) Josh Rosen, QB, UCLA
4 BUF (f/CLE)* Baker Mayfield, QB, Oklahoma 
5 DEN Bradley Chubb, DE, NC State
6 IND (f/NYJ) Saquon Barkley, RB, Penn State
7 TB Derwin James, SS, Florida State
8 CHI Quenton Nelson, G, Notre Dame
9 SF Minkah Fitzpatrick, FS/CB, Alabama
10 OAK Roquan Smith, WLB, Georgia
11 MIA Tremaine Edmunds, LB, Virginia Tech
12 CLE (f/BUF)* Mike McGlinchey, OT, Notre Dame
13 WAS Vita Vea, NT, Washington
14 GB[19660222]Denzel Ward, CB, Ohio State
15 ARI Lamar Jackson, QB, Louisville
16 BAL Mason Rudolph, QB, Oklahoma State
17 LAC Da'Ron Payne, DT, Alabama
18 NE (f/SEA)* Marcus Davenport, DE, UTSA
19 DAL Leighton Vander Esch, ILB, Boise St.
20 DET Derrius Guice, RB, LSU
21 CIN (f/BUF) Josh Jackson, CB, Iowa
22 BUF (f/KC) Isaiah Wynn, G, Georgia
23 CLE (f/SEA)* Harold Landry, DE, Boston College
24 CAR Jaire Alexander, CB, Louisville
25 TEN Josh Sweat, DE, Florida State
26 PIT (f/ATL)* Rashaan Evans, ILB, Alabama
27 NO Will Hernandez, G, UTEP
28 ATL (f/PIT)* Calvin Ridley, WR, Alabama
29 JAC Courtla nd S utton, WR, SMU
30 MIN Frank Ragnow, G/C, Arkansas
31 NE Kolton Miller, OT, UCLA
32 PHI Isaiah Oliver, CB, Colorado
33 CLE Maurice Hurst, DT, Michigan
34 BUF (f/NYG)* D.J. Moore, WR, Maryland
35 SEA (f/CLE)* Carlton Davis, CB, Auburn
36 IND Mike Hughes, CB, UCF
37 IND (f/NYJ) Billy Price, G/C, Ohio State
38 TB Connor Williams, OT, Texas
39 CAR (f/CHI)* Justin Reid, FS, Stanford
40 DEN Austin Corbett, G/C, Nevada
41 OAK James Washington, WR, Oklahoma State
42 MIA Taven Bryan, DT, Florida
43 DAL (f/NE)* James Daniels, G/C, Iowa
44 WAS Ronald Jones II, RB, USC
45 GB Sam Hubbard, DE/LB, Ohio State
46 CIN Jamarco Jones, OT, Ohio State
47 ARI Donte Jackson, CB, LSU
48 LAC Jessie Bates, FS, Wake Forest
49 IND (f/SEA) Christian Kirk, WR, Texas A&M
50[19660222]NE (f/DAL)* Lorenzo Carter, OLB, Georgia
51 DET Dallas Goedert, TE, South Dakota State
52 BAL Hayden Hurst, TE, South Carolina
53 BUF Darius Leonard, LB, South Carolina State
54 KC Tyrell Crosby, OT/G, Oregon
55 CHI (f/CAR)* Arden Key, DE/LB, LSU
56 NYG (f/BUF)* Sony Michel, RB, Georgia
57 TEN Malik Jefferson, ILB, Texas
58 ATL Braden Smith, G, Auburn
59 SF (f/NO) Jerome Baker, OLB, Ohio State
60 MIA (f/PIT)* Mike Gesicki, TE, Penn State
61 JAC Ronnie Harrison, SS, Alabama
62 MIN Uchenna Nwosu, DE/LB, USC
63 NE Kyle Lauletta, QB, Richmond
64 SEA (f/CLE)* Kerryon Johnson, RB, Auburn
65 NYG (f/BUF)* Orlando Brown, OT, Oklahoma
66 NYG Kemoko Turay, OLB, Rutgers
67 IND Rasheem Green, DE/DT, USC
68 HOU Chukwuma Okorafor, OT, Western Michigan
69 NYG (f/TB) Duke Dawson, CB, Florida
70 SF (f/CHI) Harrison Phillips, DT, Stanford
71 DEN D.J. Chark, WR, LSU
72 NYJ Equanimeous St. Brown, WR, Notre Dame
73 PIT (f/MIA)* Derrick Nnadi, DE/DT, Florida State
74 SF Martinas Rankin, G/C, Mississippi State
75 OAK Tim Settle, NT, Virginia Tech
76 GB Anthony Miller, WR, Memphis
77 CIN Fred Warner, LB, BYU
78 KC (f/WAS) Anthony Averett, CB, Alabama
79 ARI Brian O'Neill, OT, Pittsburgh
80 HOU (f/SEA) Nathan Shepherd, DE/DT, Fort Hays St
81 DAL Michael Gallup, WR, Colorado State
82 LAR (f/DET)* Ogbonnia Okoronkwo, OLB, Oklahoma
83 NO (f/BAL)* Ian Thomas, TE, Indiana
84 LAC Will Richardson, OT, NC State
85 CHI (f/CAR)* Geron Christian, OT, Louisville
86[1 9459102]KC Dorance Armstrong, DE/LB, Kansas
87 DET (f/LAR)* Josey Jewell, LB, Iowa
88 CAR Rashaad Penny, RB, San Diego State
89 TEN Andrew Brown, DE/DT, Virginia
90 ATL Da'Shawn Hand, DE/DT, Alabama
91 BAL (f/NO)* Deon Cain, WR, Clemson
92 PIT M.J. Stewart, CB, North Carolina
93 GB (f/JAC)* Foley Fatukasi, DE/DT, UConn
94 MIN Dante Pettis, WR, Washington
95 SEA (f/NE)* Joseph Noteboom, OT, TCU
96 CLE (f/BUF)* Genard Avery, LB, Memphis
97 ARI Daurice Fountain, WR, Northern Iowa
98 HOU Parry Nickerson, CB, Tulane
99 DEN Isaac Yiadom, CB, Boston College
100 CIN Jeff Holland, DE, Auburn
101 JAC (f/GB)* Mark Andrews, TE, Oklahoma
102 TB (f/NYG) Nick Chubb, RB, Georgia
103 HOU Dalton Schultz, TE, Stanford
104 IND Brandon Parker, OT, North Carolina A&T
105 CHI Shaquem Griffin, LB, UCF
106 DEN Royce Freeman, RB, Oregon
107 NYJ Durham Smythe, TE, Notre Dame
108 NYG (f/TB) Tony Adams, G/C, NC State
109 WAS (f/DEN) Mason Cole, G/C, Michigan
110 OAK Chad Thomas, DE, Miami
111 LAR (f/MIA) Micah Kiser, LB, Virginia
112 CIN John Kelly, RB, Tennessee
113 DEN (f/WAS) Marquis Haynes, OLB, Ole Miss
114 CLE (f/GB) Rashaan Gaulden, CB, Tennessee
115 CHI (f/ARI) Breeland Speaks, DE/DT, Ole Miss
116 NE (f/DAL)* Duke Ejiofor, DE, Wake Forest
117 DET Mike White, QB, Western Kentucky
118 BAL Michael Dickson, P, Texas
119 LAC Nyheim Hines, RB, NC State
120 SEA Tyquan Lewis, DE/DT, Ohio State
121 BUF Auden Tate , WR, Florida State
122 KC Christian Sam, LB, Arizona State
123 PIT (f/MIA)* Armani Watts, S, Texas A&M
124 GB (f/KC)* Jack Cichy, LB, Wisconsin
125 TEN Wyatt Teller, G, Virginia Tech
126 ATL B.J. Hill, DT, NC State
127 NO Deadrin Senat, DT, South Florida
128 SF (f/PIT) DaeSean Hamilton, WR, Penn State
129 JAC Kenny Young, LB, UCLA
130 PHI (f/MIN) P.J. Hall, DE/DT, Sam Houston State
131 MIA (f/PHI) Luke Falk, QB, Washington State
132 PHI Jaylen Samuels, TE, NC State
133 KC (f/GB)* Antonio Callaway, WR, Florida
134 ARI Andre Smith, ILB, North Carolina
135 LAR (f/NYG) Quenton Meeks, CB, Stanford
136 WAS (f/LAR)* Desmond Harrison, OT, West Georgia
137 DAL DeShon Elliott, SS, Texas
138 GB (f/CLE) Jamil Demby, G, Maine
139 NO (f/NYG)* Jalyn Holmes, DE, Ohio State
140 IND Holton Hill, CB, Texas
141 SEA (f/HOU) Terrell Edmunds, FS, Virginia Tech
142 LAR (f/WAS)* Scott Quessenberry, G/C, UCLA
143 SF (f/NYJ) Dorian O'Daniel, ILB, Clems on[1 9660287]144 TB Avonte Maddox, CB, Pittsburgh
145 CHI Tarvarius Moore, FS, Southern Miss 
146 OAK (f/SEA)* Jaryd Jones-Smith, OT, Pittsburgh
147 NYG (f/NO)* Kylie Fitts, DE/LB, Utah
148 ATL (f/PIT)* Kevin Toliver, CB, LSU
149 DEN (f/WAS) Chris Herndon, TE, Miami
150 CLE (f/GB) Nick Nelson, CB, Wisconsin
151 CIN Marcell Ateman, WR, Oklahoma State
152 ARI Godwin Igwebuike, SS, Northwestern
153 DET Hercules Mata'afa, DE, Washington State
154 BAL Ade Aruna, DE, Tulane
155 LAC Tegray Scales, LB, Indiana
156 SEA (f/PHI) Colby Gossett, G, Appalachian State
157 MIN (f/NYJ)* Alex Cappa, OT, Humboldt State
158[19660197]CIN ( f/BUF) Kyzir White, SS, West Virginia
159 SEA (f/OAK)* Poona Ford, DT, Texas
160 HOU (f/DEN)* Jordan Whitehead, FS, Pittsburgh
161 CAR Keke Coutee, WR, Texas Tech
162 DAL (f/TEN)* Cole Madison, G, Washington State
163 WAS (f/DEN) Kameron Kelly, CB, San Diego State
164 BAL (f/NO)* Tracy Walker, FS, Louisiana-Lafayette
165 PIT Marcus Allen, SS, Penn State
166 BUF (f/JAC) Kalen Ballage, RB, Arizona State
167 NYJ (f/MIN)* Leon Jacobs, OLB, Wisconsin
168 CLE (f/SEA)* Mark Walton, RB, Miami
169 PHI Tarvarus McFadden, CB, Florida State
170 CIN Matt Pryor, OT/G, TCU
171 TEN (f/DAL)* Tre'Quan Smith, WR, UCF
172[19660197]JAC (f/GB)*[19660222]Toby Weathersby, G, LSU
173 OAK (f/DAL) Bo Scarbrough, RB, Alabama
174 GB J'Mon Moore, WR, Missouri
175 NE (f/CLE)* Akrum Wadley, RB, Iowa
176 LAR (f/NYG) Joe Ostman, OLB, Central Michigan
177 DEN (f/HOU)* Oren Burks, LB, Vanderbilt
178 BAL (f/IND)* Bradley Bozeman, C, Alabama
179 NYJ Bilal Nichols, DE, Delaware
180 TB Trenton Thompson, DT, Georgia
181 CHI J.C. Jackson, CB, Maryland
182 ARI (f/DEN) Daniel Carlson, K, Auburn
183 DET (f/LAR)* Tyler Conklin, TE, Central Michigan
184 SF Tony Brown, CB, Alabama
185 OAK JK Scott, P, Alabama
186 GB D.J. Reed, CB, Kansas State
187 MIN (f/BUF)* Davontae Harris, CB, Illinois State
188 CLE (f/WAS) Jaleel Scott, WR, New Mexico State
189 NO (f/ARI) Joel Iyiegbuniwe, LB, Western Kentucky
190 IND (f/BAL)* Deontay Burnett, WR, USC
191 LAC Matthew Thomas, LB, Florida State
192 DAL (f/OAK) Trey Quinn, WR, SMU
193 DAL R.J. McIntosh, DE/DT, Miami
194 LAR (f/DET) Dane Cruikshank, DB, Arizona
195 LAR (f/BUF) Timon Parris, OT/G, Stony Brook
196 KC Skyler Phillips, G/C, Idaho State
197 CAR Marcell Frazier, DE, Missouri
198 CLE (f/NE)* Jullian Taylor, DT, Temple
199 TEN Ito Smith, RB, Southern Miss
200 ATL Kurt Benkert, QB, Virginia
201 NYG (f/NO)* Justin Jones, DE, NC State
202 TB (f/PIT) Dimitri Flowers, FB, Oklahoma
203 JAC Kentavius Street, DE/DT, NC State
204 BUF (f/MIN)* Chris Campbell, CB, Penn State
205 WAS (f/CLE) Quin Blanding, SS, Virginia
206 PHI Justin Watson, WR, Penn
207 KC (f/GB)* Troy Apke, FS, Penn State
208[19660222]DAL Darius Phillips, CB, Western Michigan
209 MIA (f/LAR) Darrel Williams, RB, LSU
210 CLE (f/NE)* Joshua Kalu, SS, Nebraska
211 DEN (f/HOU)* Jester Weah, WR, Pittsburgh
212 SEA (f/OAK)* Dylan Cantrell, WR, Texas Tech
213 MIN Ike Boettger, G, Iowa
214 HOU Kendrick Norton, NT, Miami
215 BAL Shaun Dion Hamilton, LB, Alabama
216 OAK Allen Lazard, WR, Iowa State
217 OAK Eddy Pineiro, K, Florida
218 BUF (f/MIN)* Jason Cabinda, LB, Penn State
219 NE (f/CLE) Siran Neal, CB, Jacksonville State
220 PIT (f/NYG) Trevon Young, OLB, Louisville
221 IND Skai Moore, LB, South Carolina
222 HOU John Franklin-Myers, DE, Stephen F. Austin
223 SF (f/MIA) Troy Fumagalli, TE, Wisconsin
224 CHI Simmie Cobbs Jr., WR, Indiana
225 NYJ (f/MIN)* Chase Edmonds, RB, Fordham
226 SEA (f/NYJ) Will Dissly, TE, Washington
227 MIA (f/SF) Javon Wims, WR, Georgia
228 OAK Kahlil McKenzie, DT, Tennessee
229 MIA Sean Welsh, G/C, Iowa
230 JAC (f/CIN) Levi Wallace, CB, Alabama
231 LAR (f/WAS)* Phillip Lindsay, RB, Colorado
232 GB Dejon Allen, C, Hawaii
233 KC (f/ARI) Jordan Lasley, WR, UCLA
234 CAR (f/BUF) Taylor Hearn, G, Clemson
235 NYJ (f/SEA) Marquez Valdes-Scantling, WR, South Florida
236 TEN (f/DA L )* Stephen Roberts, SS, Auburn
237 DET Korey Robertson, WR, Southern Miss
238 IND (f/BAL)* Mike Love, DE, South Florida
239 KC (f/GB)* Michael Joseph, CB, Dubuque
240 SF (f/KC) Tre Flowers, FS, Oklahoma State
241 WAS (f/LAR) Cedrick Wilson, WR, Boise State
242 CAR Ryan Izzo, TE, Florida State
243 KC (f/TEN) Jordan Akins, TE, UCF
244 ATL Nick Bawden, FB, San Diego State
245 NO Greg Senat, OT, Wagner
246 PIT Richie James, WR, Middle Tennessee State
247 JAC Riley Ferguson, QB, Memphis
248 SEA (f/MIN) Natrell Jamerson, SS, Wisconsin
249 CIN (f/NE) Mike McCray, LB, Michigan
250 PHI (f/SEA) Justin Jackson, RB, N orthwestern
251 LAC Aaron Evans, G, UCF
252 CIN John Atkins, DT, Georgia
253 CIN Arrion Springs, CB, Oregon
254 ARI Brendan Mahon, G, Penn State
255 TB Justin Lawler, DE, SMU
256 ATL Grant Haley, CB, Penn State

*Indicates mock trade

Mock trades

BUF No. 4 (QB Mayfield) CLE No. 12, 96, 2019 first
NE No. 18 (DE Davenport) SEA No. 23, 95
CLE No. 23 (DE Landry), 168 SEA No. 35, 64
PIT No. 26 (LB Evans) ATL No. 28, 148
BUF No. 34 (WR Moore) NYG No. 56, 65
CAR No. 39 (FS Reid) CHI No. 55, 85
DAL No. 43 (G Daniels) NE No. 50, 116
MIA No. 60 (TE Gesicki) PIT No. 73, 123
LAR No. 82 (OLB Okoronkwo) DET No. 87, 183
NO No. 83 (TE Thomas) BAL No. 91, 164
GB No. 93 (DE Fatukasi) JAC No. 101, 172
GB No. 124 (LB Cichy) KC No. 133, 207, 239
WAS No. 136 (OT Harrison) LAR No. 142, 231
NO No. 139 (DE Holmes) NYG No. 147, 201
OAK No. 146 (OT Jones-Smith) SEA No. 159, 212
MIN No. 157 (OT Cappa) NYJ No. 167, 225
HOU No. 160 (FS Whitehead) DEN No. 177, 211
DAL No. 162 (G Madison) TEN No. 171, 236
NE No. 175 (RB Wadley) CLE No. 198, 210
BAL No. 178 (C Bozeman) IND No. 190, 238
MIN No. 187 (CB D.Harris) BUF No. 204, 218

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