2017 NFL Mock Draft: Matt Miller's Post-Combine Projections
The 2017 NFL combine is in the books and with it, the stock of many players rose and fell due to 40 times, agility numbers, medical concerns and interviews. The combine isn't just about who runs fast or throws around 225 pounds, after all. It's equally about interviews and how well players handle themselves under the pressure of NFL executives asking hard questions.
With free agency set to start this week, much will change as far as team needs. What won't change as much between now and the NFL draft is the ranking of players. Some may move slightly based on pro day workouts, but this is the time of year we start to get a solid feel for who belongs where.
A seven-round mock draft is no easy feat, but here's my look at what teams will do starting April 27.
1. Cleveland Browns
The Pick: DE Myles Garrett, Texas A&M
This should be a no-brainer for the Cleveland Browns after the three years Myles Garrett put on tape at A&M and the all-world performance he showed at the combine. But these are the Browns we're talking about, and no one in the NFL has much faith in the team to do the right thing.
Garrett should be the pick, though. Drafting a quarterback is the biggest need, but the Browns' front office would be lying to themselves if they think there is a top 10 quarterback in this draft. There isn't—especially not in that offensive system. Garrett might not throw touchdowns, but he'll keep the opposing team from scoring them with his traits as a pass-rusher. He's also an ideal locker room guy and would be an instant leader on a young defense with up-and-coming stars.
2. San Francisco 49ers
The Pick: RB Leonard Fournette, LSU
Quarterback is a gigantic need here, but the way I hear it the 49ers don't currently value the quarterbacks in this class as top picks. That could change as the team spends more time getting to know the top passers, but based on now, Leonard Fournette is the top player on the board.
Fournette won't answer every question mark on the 49ers offense, but he's a dynamic, generational talent at the running back position. And in Kyle Shanahan's scheme, Fournette can be a 1,500-yard back, given his explosion.
Trading for Kirk Cousins remains a possibility, but it shouldn't mean a straight-up trade of the No. 2 overall pick. And with Reuben Foster's off-field behavior a question, Fournette is the best player on the board for San Francisco.
3. Chicago Bears
The Pick: QB Mitchell Trubisky, North Carolina
By draft weekend, Mitchell Trubisky might not still be on the board for the Chicago Bears at pick No. 3 overall, but in this pre-free agency mock draft, he is here and would be the pick as the quarterback of the future.
Trubisky has the best accuracy in the 2017 class, and while he won't have the best 40 time or strongest arm, NFL evaluators I've spoken to in the last week raved about his leadership and football IQ. If general manager Ryan Pace and head coach John Fox see those same traits, they should be all over Trubisky as the new franchise quarterback.
Due to concerns about shoulder injuries, Alabama's Jonathan Allen is no longer in consideration this early in the draft class. And while safeties Jamal Adams and Malik Hooker are top-five players, the Bears cannot afford to pass on a quarterback.
4. Jacksonville Jaguars
The Pick: DE Solomon Thomas, Stanford
The Jacksonville Jaguars could go in a number of directions with pick No. 4 overall, but with Leonard Fournette off the board, the selection I've heard connected to them is Stanford's Solomon Thomas.
Speaking to a scout at the combine, he said Thomas "fits what they want to do scheme-wise but is also the high-character guy [Tom] Coughlin will want." It definitely makes sense, as Thomas can play defensive end or defensive tackle in a 4-3 scheme. Lining up either next to Malik Jackson or opposite him at end would give the Jaguars' defensive line an instant boost.
Quarterback is a need, but look for Jacksonville to address that in the middle rounds and wait to see if Blake Bortles makes any improvements under a new coaching staff. The same goes for the offensive line, where a trade for Branden Albert will help but more talent is needed.
5. Tennessee Titans (from Rams)
The Pick: SS Jamal Adams, LSU
In most drafts, you're not going to see a strong safety drafted in the top five picks. Most strong safeties aren't Jamal Adams, though.
Adams is a true playmaker on defense, given his ability to line up in the box or patrol the deep part of the field. He's also a physical presence against the run and has shown remarkable leadership skills at LSU. Said one scout, "Adams is the safest pick in the draft given his tools and character."
With two first-rounders, the Titans can grab a playmaker with All-Pro upside at pick No. 5 and then look to add a cornerback or wide receiver in the middle of the first round at pick No. 18—if that spot isn't included in a trade for New Orleans Saints wide receiver Brandin Cooks.
6. New York Jets
The Pick: CB Marshon Lattimore, Ohio State
Out goes Darrelle Revis, in comes Marshon Lattimore—a ball-hawk with great physicality and speed at the cornerback position, which is exactly what the New York Jets lack right now.
Sure, there are needs at left tackle and quarterback, but this is a best-player-available front office. No quarterback or left tackle is worth picking here. A player who is a value, though, is Lattimore.
As the Jets get younger and start on a true rebuild, Lattimore is the right kind of cornerback to add to the roster. He's a hard-working, no-drama playmaker on the edge and is capable of matching up in man coverage in Todd Bowles' system. And while he's not as big as Patrick Peterson, he can play that same role in New York that Pat Pete played in Arizona under Bowles.
7. Los Angeles Chargers
The Pick: S Malik Hooker, Ohio State
Pick No. 7 overall is too soon for the Los Angeles Chargers to start thinking about a future replacement for Philip Rivers. It's not too early to add a playmaking free safety to fill the hole Eric Weddle left when he went to Baltimore in free agency last year.
Hooker was just a one-year starter at Ohio State, but he's been a ball-hawk since the first time he stepped onto the campus. He's a rangy, instinctive centerfielder with excellent timing on his angles and the speed to close the door when the ball is in flight.
With Joey Bosa and a crew of good linebackers already in place on defense, Hooker is the kind of pick at safety that can turn a good defense into a great one.
8. Carolina Panthers
The Pick: CB Quincy Wilson, Florida
Leonard Fournette or Solomon Thomas would be great fits here, but with both off the board, the Carolina Panthers can nab a huge cornerback with excellent press coverage skills in Quincy Wilson.
Wilson, who currently ranks as my top cornerback in the class, can mess up receivers with his 6'1", 213-pound frame. He's also shown enough straight-line speed to carry players down the field, even if that's not his biggest strength. With size, excellent length and the ball skills to locate and attack passes, Wilson can be a Day 1 impact in this defense.
Getting a running back and addressing the defensive line depth will be areas to look at later in this draft. In Round 1, finding an Pro Bowl-caliber cornerback on the board is too much to pass on.
9. Cincinnati Bengals
The Pick: LB Reuben Foster, Alabama
An incident at the combine during medical exams had Reuben Foster sent home from Indianapolis and it just might be enough to push this top-five player to the Cincinnati Bengals at No. 9 overall.
It should be stated that nowhere in my research into Foster's background were there any issues with authority. He's been called a leader by Alabama coaches and they raved about his work ethic as he developed into a star. But something like arguing with a doctor or nurse at the combine—and being sent home for it—could cause a little fall on draft day.
If so, the Bengals should dance in the war room. Foster is an excellent prospect with Day 1 skills to be a starter on a team that sorely needs speed and leadership at linebacker.
10. Buffalo Bills
The Pick: QB Deshaun Watson, Clemson
The Buffalo Bills are still, as of this writing, undecided about the future of Tyrod Taylor on the roster. That leaves free agent EJ Manuel and last year's fourth-rounder Cardale Jones as considerations for the starting job unless general manager Doug Whaley opens his wallet to get a Mike Glennon-type free agent.
Deshaun Watson has his warts as a prospect, but every quarterback in this class does. With Watson, you at least know you're getting a poised passer with some dual-threat skills and an excellent leader. He'll need some time to fully develop and learn an NFL offense, but he's not far behind Jared Goff or Paxton Lynch in terms of developmental needs. His arm strength isn't amazing, but offensive coordinator Rick Dennison doesn't need a cannon back there. He needs touch, timing and anticipation. Watson has all those tools.
11. New Orleans Saints
The Pick: DE Taco Charlton, Michigan
The prospective trade of wide receiver Brandin Cooks could throw a wrench into the plans to draft a defensive end in Round 1, but it's more likely the trade would allow the Saints to be more aggressive in filling a massive need at pass-rusher.
Taco Charlton wasn't made for the Olympic-style testing we see at the combine, but he is a damn good football player. Charlton has speed, power, length and a toolbox full of pass-rushing moves that allow him to keep offensive tackles guessing. Playing left defensive end opposite Cameron Jordan would also match Charlton up against right tackles, and he has more than enough speed to turn the corner and win that battle.
Wide receiver could become the team's top need and there may be pressure to draft a developmental quarterback here, but Charlton is a plug-and-play starter in this defense.
12. Cleveland Browns (from Philadelphia)
The Pick: TE O.J. Howard, Alabama
I'm fully prepared for all the outrage from Cleveland Browns fans over this selection, but if Hue Jackson didn't want Jared Goff or Carson Wentz last year, I find it hard to believe he'll want Patrick Mahomes or DeShone Kizer here.
O.J. Howard is as freaky as they come at tight end, and with Terrelle Pryor and Corey Coleman already on the roster at wide receiver, it makes sense to go with a middle-of-the-field target like Howard to make life easier on the quarterback and harder on defenses.
Wide receivers Mike Williams and Corey Davis are higher-ranked players on my board, but a playmaking tight end in Hue's offense is a perfect fit for whomever is throwing the football.
13. Arizona Cardinals
The Pick: WR Corey Davis, Western Michigan
And now the run on wide receivers can start.
In most drafts, Corey Davis is a top 10 pick. Even with an ankle injury keeping him sidelined for the combine and his pro day workout, he's still elite. And he's one of the higher-character and football IQ guys I've heard about when talking to scouts.
Davis, in Arizona, is the future replacement for Larry Fitzgerald and for the time being, he is a massive upgrade over what Michael Floyd added to the offense. With Carson Palmer back and Fitzgerald in town for at least one more season, Davis has time to develop before becoming WR1 in 2018.
14. Philadelphia Eagles
The Pick: WR Mike Williams, Clemson
The Philadelphia Eagles have been linked to Brandin Cooks in trade talks and Kenny Britt in free-agency rumors, but if they're unable to add at the receiver position before Round 1 of the NFL draft starts, Clemson's Mike Williams would give Carson Wentz that big, physical target he needs.
Williams is a specialist in traffic and excels at making the tough grade with defenders all around him. He's not the fastest player in the class by any means, but he is the best overall wide receiver on my board. His route-running, size and length all add up to making him a true No. 1 wideout prospect.
The Eagles could definitely go running back here if they like Dalvin Cook or Christian McCaffrey, but finding a running mate for Wentz is the biggest priority.
15. Indianapolis Colts
The Pick: EDGE Charles Harris, Missouri
New general manager Chris Ballard can take a little piece of Missouri with him to Indianapolis and select pass-rusher Charles Harris to be his go-to outside linebacker in the 3-4 defense.
Harris did not have the most impressive 40-yard time (4.82 seconds), but his field work showed a Round 1 talent. He's an agile, quick player with great bend in his hips and the strong hands teams want from an edge setter. The Missouri defense also asked him to be more of a run-defender this year and it paid off, as he's become a more well-rounded player.
The Colts have many needs and Ballard has a lot of work to do, but finding a pass-rushing threat has to top the list.
16. Baltimore Ravens
The Pick: WR John Ross, Washington
John Ross was a first-round talent before he ran a 4.22 on the track in Indianapolis. But that certainly didn't hurt his case to hear his name called in the top 20 picks of the round.
Ross isn't just a speed guy, either. He's a great fit to fill the role left open by the retirement of Steve Smith. Ross, like Smith, might be an undersized receiver, but he makes up for it with speed and route-running skills. He showed that this past season by scoring 18 touchdowns.
In a Baltimore offense that badly needs talent at receiver, Ross is a natural fit.
The Pick: DL Jonathan Allen, Alabama
It wasn't that long ago when Jonathan Allen was being talked about as a potential top-three pick. Then concerns were raised in conversations with scouts about shoulder injuries and arthritis. Allen also wasn't helped by a bench press of just 21 reps—something that only opened up more questions about the condition of his shoulders.
Because of injury, scouts have told me Allen could see a draft-day fall. If that happens, Washington is an ideal team to stop his slide and plug him right in to the defensive line.
Allen is a truly special player if you can get over the injuries and the perception that Alabama players are maxed out when drafted. Sure, he may have had better coaching at Alabama than he'll ever see in the NFL, but even if Allen never gets better as a pro, he's a 10-year starter when healthy.
18. Tennessee Titans
The Pick: CB Gareon Conley, Ohio State
On my board, Ohio State cornerback Gareon Conley is a top-15 talent. The NFL may disagree, but this is a smooth, pro-ready cover man with excellent technique and instincts. He also passes the test athletically with a 4.44-second time in the 40-yard dash at 6'1" and 195 pounds.
The tape shows Conley as a complete cornerback and that's what the Titans need. In Tennessee, Conley could be the No. 1 cornerback as a rookie. Pairing him with Jamal Adams and Kevin Byard makes this one of the NFL's best up-and-coming secondaries, too.
Wide receiver is still a need, but with the top three off the board, it's better to wait until the team's next pick in Round 3 to pull the trigger there.
19. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
The Pick: RB Dalvin Cook, Florida State
A disappointing overall showing at the combine isn't the sole reason for Dalvin Cook falling down the board. But as teams begin to worry about his off-field history, the slow times and poor jumps definitely did not help.
Cook is a dynamic player on film with his running skills and what he brings to the field as a receiver, but there are enough injury concerns (shoulders, hamstring) and fumbling questions to create doubt about him on the field. Add in those off-field issues and it would not be a surprise if he were to fall past Tampa Bay when it's all said and done.
Speaking only of his talent, Cook is a fun back to watch and definitely plays faster than he was timed in Indianapolis. For a Tampa team without a featured back, Cook can certainly solve a lot of problems.
20. Denver Broncos
The Pick: OT Garett Bolles, Utah
Utah's Garett Bolles only played one season of FBS football and he'll be a 25-year-old rookie, but his tape is pretty dang impressive. Like a young Joe Staley, Bolles plays with a mean streak on every down and has the athleticism to dominate pass-rushers. And he's still learning the position.
The Denver Broncos need an answer at left tackle and Bolles can be the solution. He's shown incredible improvement since stepping onto the Utah campus last August and has the athletic tools and work ethic to continue developing into a solid starter.
After some big misses on the offensive line, John Elway can land his left tackle of the future at pick No. 20.
21. Detroit Lions
The Pick: TE David Njoku, Miami (FL)
Lions fans may not want another first-round tight end after the mistake that was Eric Ebron, but it's hard to look past David Njoku if he's on the board. It'll be especially hard for a general manager like Bob Quinn that grew up in the New England system and knows how valuable a game-changing tight end is.
Njoku is a beast on the field and enters the NFL as more of a three-down player than Ebron ever was. He'll open things up for the wide receivers, but his ability as a blocker will also help in the run game. Njoku has the work ethic and drive to be great.
Filling holes on defense will be important for the Lions, but Quinn and Jim Caldwell can't pass on a Pro Bowl talent at tight end.
22. Miami Dolphins
The Pick: LB Haason Reddick, Temple
After re-signing defensive end Cameron Wake, the Miami Dolphins can now focus on adding a three-down linebacker with the athleticism to make plays in space. There isn't a better one on the board than Temple's Haason Reddick.
A former walk-on at cornerback, Reddick morphed into a pass-rusher at Temple before showing outstanding linebacker tools at the Senior Bowl. He's the type of Swiss Army knife the Dolphins can line up all over the field, depending on the matchup, and let him loose on offenses.
Reddick might not be a household name quite yet, but according to teams I've spoken with, he's a lock to go Round 1 in April.
23. New York Giants
The Pick: S Jabrill Peppers, Michigan
The New York Giants have an impressive secondary already, and general manager Jerry Reese is known for not valuing linebackers in the first round, so why is Jabrill Peppers the pick? Because of his versatility and the impact he can have right away as a return man.
Peppers isn't your everyday safety or nickel linebacker prospect, but he's somewhere in between the two and is already a top-tier returner. If in 2017 he can play as a punt returner and a sub-package third safety or linebacker, he's giving you a solid return on investment. And in 2018, you can ideally pair him with Landon Collins and have one of the most impressive safety duos in the NFL.
This is not a pick backed on need, but on value and impact.
24. Oakland Raiders
The Pick: CB Sidney Jones, Washington
Al Davis would have loved this pick back in the day, given Jones' 4.47 40-yard time at 6'0" and 186 pounds, but current-day Raiders fans should love it too. Jones is the answer to draft-bust D.J. Hayden and has the size to play both man and zone coverage right out of the gate.
Jones might be slender, but he's a master technician in coverage. Like Kevin Johnson when he was coming out of Wake Forest, Jones understands timing and has a silky-smooth backpedal and hips. Those traits at Washington made him one of the best cover men in the nation.
With the top linebackers and running backs off the board, Oakland will go defense and get a solid No. 3 cornerback for 2017 and a player with loads of potential down the road.
25. Houston Texans
The Pick: QB DeShone Kizer, Notre Dame
We can all agree Brock Osweiler isn't the answer, right? Let's also go ahead and declare that Tom Savage isn't the long-term starter, either. That leaves the door open for a quarterback at pick No. 25 if one happens to fall to the Texans. In this pre-free agency mock draft, one does.
DeShone Kizer entered the season as my No. 1 ranked quarterback, but he struggled without NFL talent around him after Ronnie Stanley, Nick Martin, Will Fuller and C.J. Prosise went in the draft last year. This season saw Kizer benched for Malik Zaire and otherwise limping to a four-win finish.
What scouts will see though is the size, arm strength and how well he interviews. That might be enough to have him off the board by No. 25, but if not, the Houston Texans should jump all over the chance to pair Kizer's tools with Bill O'Brien.
26. Seattle Seahawks
The Pick: OT Ryan Ramczyk, Wisconsin
Fixing the offensive line has to be the biggest priority for the Seattle Seahawks this offseason. With a weak crop of free agents available, especially at left tackle, the smart money is on the team grabbing a plug-and-play starter should one fall in Round 1.
Ryan Ramczyk is am intriguing option, given his tools and tape, but he started just one season at Wisconsin and is dealing with a torn labrum that's limiting his pre-draft workouts. The tools are there when you watch him in Big Ten tape, but you're betting on his continued development on a small sample size.
The Seahawks are in a position to benefit from the question marks surrounding Ramczyk, who does grade out as a first-rounder on film.
27. Kansas City Chiefs
The Pick: QB Patrick Mahomes, Texas Tech
Draft a developmental quarterback for the inevitable decline of Alex Smith or plug holes and try to load up for one more Super Bowl run?
Those are the options facing the Chiefs with pick No. 27 overall. With no viable long-term option on the roster behind Smith—unless the team keeps Nick Foles in a restructured deal—it makes sense to grab a talented quarterback if one happens to be available and then focus on team-building in Rounds 2-7.
Patrick Mahomes has unreal tools, but needs his mechanics re-worked and time to acclimate to a pro offense before he's thrown to the wolves of an NFL defense. Andy Reid would be the ideal QB mentor for Mahomes to learn under, which might make this match too good to be true.
28. Dallas Cowboys
The Pick: DE Derek Barnett, Tennessee
Everyone in the NFL knows the Dallas Cowboys need to add a starting defensive end. Everyone also knows they can't afford to add one in free agency as long as Tony Romo is dominating the salary cap with his bloated contract. That leaves the draft as the best way to improve the roster, which is good news considering how well the Cowboys have drafted as of late.
Derek Barnett was insanely productive at Tennessee, but he struggled through testing at the combine after fighting off a virus. He'll get a chance to improve his times at the pro day, but there are already some concerns about his pure athleticism versus work ethic on film. Barnett has great hand use and is a relentless pass-rusher, but to succeed in the NFL, you need speed and flexibility, and he doesn't always show that.
As a late first-rounder, Barnett has great value and is refined enough as a player to contribute immediately.
29. Green Bay Packers
The Pick: OG Forrest Lamp, Western Kentucky
Want an instant starter at guard? Forrest Lamp is your guy. The only concern is if he'll be on the board long enough to select in the late first round.
Lamp, who played left tackle at Western Kentucky, is an ideal right guard in the NFL. Much like Zack Martin before him, Lamp's lack of length will make some teams move him inside. And like Martin and more recently Brandon Scherff, he'll play like an All-Pro early on.
Of all the games I've seen this year, Lamp handling the Alabama defense is one of the most impressive individual performances. If Ted Thompson watches that game and sees Lamp on the board at No. 29, he has to be the pick.
30. Pittsburgh Steelers
The Pick: EDGE Takkarist McKinley, UCLA
The Pittsburgh Steelers aren't likely to keep Jarvis Jones in free agency, which opens the door for a Round 1 pick at outside linebacker. It also means a good chance at improvement at a key position, given Jones' lack of production.
Takkarist McKinley is tailor-made for the 3-4 pass-rusher role the Steelers need. He's long, physical, fast and has the production on tape to warrant a first-round selection. He is undergoing shoulder surgery as I'm writing this for a torn labrum, but will be back in time for minicamp. After an impressive showing in Indianapolis, McKinley should be a first-rounder.
Getting to the quarterback will make everything easier in Pittsburgh. With McKinley and Bud Dupree crashing the edges, the Steelers can get back to torturing passers.
31. Atlanta Falcons
The Pick: DL Montravius Adams, Auburn
There isn't a clear-cut need on the Atlanta Falcons roster after the team steamrolled folks en route to a close Super Bowl loss. That means Thomas Dimitroff and his crew of scouts can go with a true best-player-available approach.
Montravius Adams is one of my favorite players in a weak class of defensive tackles. He's big, physical, fast and will give a team a presence both in the run game and as a pass-rusher. There are times you want more effort on film, but on the Atlanta defense, he's a rotational piece and not a guy being asked to play 90 percent of snaps. He'll give you max effort when getting a breather in a rotation.
The run defense in Atlanta was notably weak this season, and with smaller linebackers, you want beef up front to keep them clean to attack the ball. Adams can do that, and on the field against the pass, he'll give you a solid pass-rusher to pair with Grady Jarrett and Co. up front.
32. New England Patriots
The Pick: RB Christian McCaffrey, Stanford
There will be those who connect Christian McCaffrey to the New England Patriots because he's a white skill player. I'm connecting the two because I believe McCaffrey will go in the first round but couldn't find a great fit for him before this spot. And yes, he is a good fit in New England because Josh McDaniels knows how to scheme for his talent.
McCaffrey is a dynamic running back, a versatile offensive weapon and a top-notch athlete. Whether he's in New England, Kansas City or Green Bay (my ideal fits) he'll be a threat as a runner, receiver and return man. However you can get him touches, he'll respond with yards and points.
The Patriots don't have a huge need at running back and it remains to be seen whether or not the team values backs in Round 1, but pairing McCaffrey with McDaniels and Bill Belichick is too good to pass up.
|33. Cleveland||CB Tre'Davious White, LSU|
|34. San Francisco||CB Adoree' Jackson, USC|
|35. Jacksonville||RB Alvin Kamara, Tennessee|
|36. Chicago||S Budda Baker, Washington|
|37. Los Angeles Rams||WR Zay Jones, East Carolina|
|38. Los Angeles Chargers||T Cam Robinson, Alabama|
|39. New York Jets||WR Cooper Kupp, Eastern Wash.|
|40. Carolina||DE Ryan Anderson, Alabama|
|41. Cincinnati||DL Caleb Brantley, Florida|
|42. New Orleans||WR Carlos Henderson, La. Tech|
|43. Philadelphia||CB Marlon Humphrey, Alabama|
|44. Buffalo||S Obi Melifonwu, UConn|
|45. Arizona||LB Jarrad Davis, Florida|
|46. Indianapolis||LB Raekwon McMillan, Ohio State|
|47. Baltimore||EDGE T.J. Watt, Wisconsin|
|48. Minnesota||G Dan Feeney, Indiana|
|49. Washington||WR Chris Godwin, Penn State|
|50. Tampa Bay||CB Cordrea Tankersley, Clemson|
|51. Denver||S Justin Evans, Texas A&M|
|52. Cleveland (from Titans)||S Marcus Williams, Utah|
|53. Detroit||DL Malik McDowell, Michigan State|
|54. Miami||T Dion Dawkins, Temple|
|55. New York Giants||WR JuJu Smith-Schuster, USC|
|56. Oakland||DE Jordan Willis, K State|
|57. Houston||LB Zach Cunningham, Vanderbilt|
|58. Seattle||CB Teez Tabor, Florida|
|59. Kansas City||RB Joe Mixon, Oklahoma|
|60. Dallas||TE Jordan Leggett, Clemson|
|61. Green Bay||RB D'Onta Foreman, Texas|
|62. Pittsburgh||QB Davis Webb, California|
|63. Atlanta||DE Carl Lawson, Auburn|
|64. New England||TE Evan Engram, Ole Miss|
|65. Cleveland||QB Nathan Peterman, Pitt|
|66. San Francisco||QB Brad Kaaya, Miami (FL)|
|67. Chicago||CB Kevin King, Washington|
|68. Jacksonville||T Antonio Garcia, Troy|
|69. Los Angeles Rams||C Pat Elflein, Ohio State|
|70. New York Jets||EDGE Joe Mathis, Washington|
|71. Los Angeles Chargers||EDGE Dawuane Smoot, Illinois|
|72. Carolina||RB Samaje Perine, Oklahoma|
|73. Cincinnati||S Desmond King, Iowa|
|74. Philadelphia||T Roderick Johnson, FSU|
|75. Buffalo||WR Curtis Samuel, Ohio State|
|76. New Orleans||CB Fabian Moreau, UCLA|
|77. Arizona||S Marcus Maye, Florida|
|78. Baltimore||CB Chidobe Awuzie, Colorado|
|79. Minnesota||C Ethan Pocic, LSU|
|80. Indianapolis||WR Amara Darboh, Michigan|
|81. Washington||RB Wayne Gallman, Clemson|
|82. Denver||LB Vince Biegel, Wisconsin|
|83. Tennessee||WR Jehu Chesson, Michigan|
|84. Tampa Bay||DL Elijah Qualls, Washington|
|85. Detroit||RB Marlon Mack, USF|
|86. Minnesota (from Dolphins)||RB Brian Hill, Wyoming|
|87. New York Giants||DL Larry Ogunjobi, Charlotte|
|88. Oakland||TE Adam Shaheen, Ashland|
|89. Houston||CB Rasul Douglas, West Virginia|
|90. Seattle||RB Kareem Hunt, Toledo|
|91. Kansas City||CB Howard Wilson, Houston|
|92. Dallas||WR Chad Hansen, California|
|93. Green Bay||TE Bucky Hodges, Virginia Tech|
|94. Pittsburgh||CB Cameron Sutton, Tennessee|
|95. Atlanta||CB Corn Elder, Miami (FL)|
|96. New England||EDGE Carroll Phillips, Illinois|
|97. Miami*||WR Isaiah Ford, Virginia Tech|
|98. Carolina*||G Dorian Johnson, Pitt|
|99. Baltimore*||DL Dalvin Tomlinson, Alabama|
|100. Tennessee (from Rams)*||LB Anthony Walker, Northwestern|
|101. Denver*||DL Chris Wormley, Michigan|
|102. Seattle*||DL Carlos Watkins, Clemson|
|103. New England (from Browns)*||LB Jalen Reeves-Maybin, Tennessee|
|104. Kansas City*||S John Johnson, Boston College|
|105. Pittsburgh*||WR Taywan Taylor, Western Kentucky|
|106. Seattle*||DE Tanoh Kpassagnon, Villanova|
|107. New York Jets*||RB Jeremy McNichols, Boise State|
|108. Cleveland||WR Noah Brown, Ohio State|
|109. San Francisco||EDGE Tarell Basham, Ohio|
|110. Jacksonville||TE Jake Butt, Michigan|
|111. Chicago||EDGE Tyus Bowser, Houston|
|112. Los Angeles Rams||DE Derek Rivers, Youngstown|
|113. Los Angeles Chargers||WR Trent Taylor, La. Tech|
|114. Washington (from Jets)||DL DeMarcus Walker, FSU|
|115. Carolina||LB Paul Magloire, Arizona|
|116. Cincinnati||DE Daeshon Hall, Arkansas|
|117. Chicago (from Bills)||WR Josh Reynolds, Texas A&M|
|118. New Orleans||DE Trey Hendrickson, FAU|
|119. Philadelphia||LB Kendall Beckwith, LSU|
|120. Arizona||OT Adam Bisnowaty, Pitt|
|121. Minnesota||OT Taylor Moton, Western Michigan|
|122. Indianapolis||CB Jourdan Lewis, Michigan|
|123. Baltimore||RB Jamaal Williams, BYU|
|124. Washington||EDGE Garrett Sickels, Boston College|
|125. Tennessee||LB Duke Riley, LSU|
|126. Tampa Bay||S Josh Jones, NC State|
|127. Denver||TE Gerald Everett, South Alabama|
|128. Detroit||S Eddie Jackson, Alabama|
|129. Minnesota (from Dolphins)||DL Vincent Taylor, OK State|
|130. Oakland||RB T.J. Logan, North Carolina|
|131. Houston||EDGE Tim Williams, Alabama|
|132. Kansas City||DL Eddie Vanderdoes, UCLA|
|133. Dallas||CB Ahkello Witherspoon, Colorado|
|134. Green Bay||DL Jarron Jones, Notre Dame|
|135. Pittsburgh||DL Jaleel Johnson, Iowa|
|136. Atlanta||WR Travin Dural, LSU|
|137. New England||DL Nazair Jones, North Carolina|
|138. Cincinnati*||WR Ryan Switzer, North Carolina|
|139. Philadelphia (from Browns)*||RB James Conner, Pitt|
|140. New York Giants||TE Michael Roberts, Toledo|
|141. Los Angeles Rams*||CB Jalen Myrick, Minnesota|
|142. Cleveland*||SS Tedric Thompson, Colorado|
|143. San Francisco*||WR Malachi Dupre, North Carolina|
|144. Indianapolis*||OT Julie'n Davenport, Bucknell|
|145. Cleveland||LB Alex Anzalone, Florida|
|146. San Francisco||LB Tanner Vallejo, Boise State|
|147. Chicago||CB Brian Allen, Utah|
|148. Jacksonville||QB Josh Dobbs, Tennessee|
|149. Los Angeles Rams||OT Jermaine Eluemunor, Texas A&M|
|150. New York Jets||TE Cole Hikutini, Louisville|
|151. Los Angeles Chargers||DL Charles Walker, Oklahoma|
|152. Carolina||WR Mack Hollins, North Carolina|
|153. Cincinnati||RB Elijah Hood, North Carolina|
|154. Washington (from Saints)||G Chad Wheeler, USC|
|155. Philadelphia||CB Damontae Kazee, SDSU|
|156. Buffalo||OT J.J. Dielman, Utah|
|157. Arizona||QB Chad Kelly, Ole Miss|
|158. Indianapolis||S Lorenzo Jerome, St. Francis|
|159. Baltimore||WR KD Cannon, Baylor|
|160. Minnesota||S Montae Nicholson, Michigan State|
|161. San Francisco (from Redskins)||DE Noble Nwachukwu, West Virginia|
|162. Tampa Bay||WR Fred Ross, Miss. State|
|163. New England (from Broncos)||T Conor McDermott, UCLA|
|164. Tennessee||TE Eric Saubert, Drake|
|165. Detroit||WR James Quick, Louisville|
|166. Miami||EDGE Bryan Cox, Florida|
|167. New York Giants||C Tyler Orlosky, West Virginia|
|168. Oakland||LB Elijah Lee, Kansas State|
|169. Houston||LB Ben Gedeon, Michigan|
|170. Kansas City||EDGE Avery Moss, Youngstown|
|171. Buffalo (from Cowboys)||EDGE Ifeadi Odenigbo, Northwestern|
|172. Green Bay||WR Travis Rudolph, FSU|
|173. Pittsburgh||RB Dare Ogunbowale, Wisconsin|
|174. Atlanta||TE Jeremy Sprinkle, Arkansas|
|175. Cleveland (from Patriots)||WR Stacy Coley, Miami (FL)|
|176. Cincinnati*||OT Avery Gennesy, Texas A&M|
|177. Denver*||WR Shelton Gibson, West Virginia|
|178. Miami*||G Zach Banner, USC|
|179. Arizona*||TE Derrick Griffin, Texas Southern|
|180. Kansas City*||DL Ryan Glasgow, Michigan|
|181. Cleveland*||RB Justin Davis, USC|
|182. Green Bay*||S Delano Hill, Michigan|
|183. New England*||S Jadar Johnson, Clemson|
|184. Miami*||CB Jack Tocho, NC State|
|185. Cleveland||OT David Sharpe, Florida|
|186. San Francisco||WR Jalen Robinette, Air Force|
|187. Jacksonville||LB Connor Harris, Lindenwood|
|188. Houston (from Bears)||S Rayshawn Jenkins, Miami (FL)|
|189. Los Angeles Rams||CB Marquez White, FSU|
|190. Los Angeles Chargers||CB Cole Luke, Notre Dame|
|191. New York Jets||WR Josh Malone, Tennessee|
|192. Carolina||TE Blake Jarwin, Oklahoma State|
|193. Cincinnati||CB Jeremy Clark, Michigan|
|194. Philadelphia||DL DeAngelo Brown, Louisville|
|195. Buffalo||RB Donnel Pumphrey, SDSU|
|196. New Orleans||QB C.J. Beathard, Iowa|
|197. Arizona||CB William Likely, Maryland|
|198. Baltimore||WR Jamari Staples, Louisville|
|199. Minnesota||WR Jerome Lane, Akron|
|200. Indianapolis||EDGE Ejuan Price, Pitt|
|201. Washington||CB Shaquill Griffin, Central Florida|
|202. San Francisco (from Broncos)||OT Dan Skipper, Arkansas|
|203. Denver (from Titans)||QB Jerod Evans, Virginia Tech|
|204. Tampa Bay||OG Damien Mama, USC|
|205. Detroit||EDGE Matt Milano, Boston College|
|206. Miami||WR Isaiah McKenzie, Georgia|
|207. New York Giants||RB Corey Clement, Wisconsin|
|208. Oakland||S Josh Harvey-Clemons, Louisville|
|209. Washington (from Texans)||C Kyle Fuller, Baylor|
|210. Seattle||WR Dede Westbrook, Oklahoma|
|211. Dallas||DE Deatrich Wise, Arkansas|
|212. Green Bay||CB Nate Hairston, Temple|
|213. Pittsburgh||OG Nico Siragusa, SDSU|
|214. Tennessee (from Falcons)||EDGE Josh Carraway, TCU|
|215. Detroit (from Patriots)||DE Keionta Davis, Chattanooga|
|216. Kansas City*||WR Damore'ea Stringfellow, Ole Miss|
|217. Cincinnati*||OL Jon Heck, North Carolina|
|218. Kansas City*||TE Pharaoh Brown, Oregon|
|219. San Francisco (from Browns)||DL D.J. Jones, Ole Miss|
|220. Washington (from 49ers)||LB Keith Kelsey, Louisville|
|221. Chicago||WR Ar'Darius Stewart, Alabama|
|222. Jacksonville||WR Artavis Scott, Clemson|
|223. Los Angeles Rams||WR Bug Howard, North Carolina|
|224. New York Jets||RB Joe Williams, Utah|
|225. Los Angeles Chargers||RB Aaron Jones, UTEP|
|226. Seattle (from Panthers)||K Zane Gonzalez, Arizona State|
|227. Cincinnati||WR Kermit Whitfield, FSU|
|228. Dallas (from Bills)||DL Isaac Rochell, Notre Dame|
|229. New Orleans||RB Stanley Williams, Kentucky|
|230. Philadelphia||WR Rodney Adams, South Florida|
|231. Arizona||CB Sojourn Shelton, Wisconsin|
|232. Minnesota||S Jonathan Ford, Auburn|
|233. Carolina (from Colts through Browns)||S Nathan Gerry, Nebraska|
|234. Los Angeles Rams (from Ravens)||RB Elijah McGuire, UL Lafayette|
|235. Washington||QB Cooper Rush, Central Michigan|
|236. Tennessee||LB Hardy Nickerson, Illinois|
|237. Tampa Bay||RB De'Veon Smith, Michigan|
|238. Denver||EDGE Tashawn Bower, LSU|
|239. New England (from Lions)||OG Sean Harlow, Oregon State|
|240. Miami||TE Josiah Price, Michigan State|
|241. New York Giants||OT Collin Buchanon, Miami (OH)|
|242. Oakland||WR Michael Rector, Stanford|
|243. Houston||LB Steven Taylor, Houston|
|244. Oakland (from Seahawks)||S David Jones, Richmond|
|245. Kansas City||CB Ezra Robinson, Tennessee State|
|246. Dallas||LB Riley Bullough, Michigan State|
|247. Green Bay||WR Kendrick Bourne, Eastern Washington|
|248. Pittsburgh||WR Bobo Wilson, FSU|
|249. Atlanta||G Isaac Asiata, Utah|
|250. Detroit (from Patriots)||WR Ricky Seals-Jones, Texas A&M|
|251. Cincinnati*||EDGE Devonte Fields, Louisville|
|252. Denver*||CB Ashton Lampkin, Oklahoma State|
|253. Denver*||WR Robert Davis, Georgia State|