2018 NFL Mock Draft: Matt Miller's 7-Round Predictions, Post-Combine
The NFL combine is the official jumping-off point for many of the rumors and news we hear in the draft world that affects where each player is selected and who teams are looking for. With the combine in the rearview mirror and my notebook full of player evaluations and rumors, it's time to update you with a seven-round mock draft.
It's important to note that this mock draft is pre-free agency. That means I'm speculating where Kirk Cousins will land and what teams will do in free agency to fill needs. This is also a mock draft without trades, which as we all know will mess up every prediction within the first hour or two of the actual draft.
What this aims to accomplish is this: to entertain, to inform about team needs and player values and to give us a look at what might happen if the draft were today.
1. Cleveland Browns
The Pick: RB Saquon Barkley, Penn State
Not a quarterback?
New general manager John Dorsey needs to completely overhaul a roster that won one game in the last two years, and the best way to do that is by selecting the best player overall at each selection. Penn State's Saquon Barkley is the draft's best player and gives the Browns an instant-impact offensive weapon who will fit perfectly behind an already solid offensive line.
With future picks at No. 4, No. 33 and No. 35 overall, the Browns have ammunition to still get a starting quarterback in a draft that doesn't yet have a definitive QB1.
2. New York Giants
The Pick: OG Quenton Nelson, Notre Dame
The New York Giants could use this pick on a quarterback of the future, but I believe this front office has faith in Eli Manning for a few more seasons and likes the development potential of Davis Webb. With those two on the roster, there is no pressure to immediately address quarterback.
The Giants would love to see Barkley here, but even if he's gone they can still get a player some scouts I've talked to feel is the best and safest in the class. Notre Dame's Quenton Nelson looks like an All-Pro-caliber guard coming out of South Bend. He's big (6'5", 325 lbs), a mauler in the run game and a very smooth mover in both the run and pass game.
Nelson isn't a sexy pick, but the Giants can both protect Manning and solve some run-game issues with this pick.
3. Indianapolis Colts
The Pick: EDGE Bradley Chubb, North Carolina State
This is almost too good to be true for fans of the Indianapolis Colts.
A team with a massive need for a pass-rusher lands the best in the class and a truly special player in Bradley Chubb. My first comparison was Joey Bosa, and after a very strong combine he did little to change that opinion.
Chubb is an ideal fit coming off the right side of the Colts defense. He's a big man (6'4", 269 lbs) with excellent agility and use of his 34-inch arms. In a 4-3 base defense, Chubb will be the wrecking ball new defensive coordinator Matt Eberflus needs to dominate.
4. Cleveland Browns (from Houston)
The Pick: QB Sam Darnold, USC
In a mock draft without trades, the Cleveland Browns still get the quarterback the front office wants at pick No. 4 after selecting Saquon Barkley with the first pick. That's a win-win for this franchise since there is no way Barkley would last until the No. 4 selection—with or without trades.
Darnold is a smooth, solid quarterback with the toughness and accuracy to excel in Hue Jackson's offense. He, like all the quarterbacks in this class, isn't without warts. His 22 turnovers this season were tied for most in the FBS. He has a wind-up delivery that will also throw some coaches off. But Darnold is also very poised, a good overall athlete and a high-character leader.
The Browns may become enamored with the arm of Josh Allen or the playmaking of Baker Mayfield, but as of now, all signs point to Darnold being the top quarterback.
5. Denver Broncos
The Pick: QB Josh Allen, Wyoming
If the Denver Broncos don't land Kirk Cousins in free agency—and I've heard they're out on him—then general manager John Elway must address the quarterback position either with a Case Keenum-type signing and/or the use of pick No. 5.
Josh Allen's draft stock continues to solidify thanks to his improved mechanics and better showings at the Senior Bowl and combine over the last month. The work Allen has put in with quarterback coach Jordan Palmer is showing every time he steps onto the field with more consistent footwork that is helping his accuracy. If Elway believes these changes will continue into the NFL, then Allen becomes a very easy pick to make.
The Broncos could surprise us all and roll with Keenum and the current backups (Paxton Lynch, Chad Kelly, Trevor Siemian), but a complete overhaul of the current depth chart is the best way to fix the quarterback position in Denver.
6. New York Jets
The Pick: CB Denzel Ward, Ohio State
This entire mock draft is based around the idea that the New York Jets sign Kirk Cousins in free agency. With that need checked off the list, the front office can address other areas. Up first, cornerback.
Denzel Ward put on a show at the combine, running a 4.32-second 40-yard dash and impressing scouts in interviews. Ward is this draft's best cornerback and is an easy fit in the Jets secondary. Pairing Ward with last year's rookies Jamal Adams and Marcus Maye in the New York defensive backfield gives this team a major strength.
Ward may not have ideal size (5'10", 191 lbs), but he's made in the mold of Vernon Hargreaves or Chris Harris and has all the tools needed to excel early in his career.
7. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
The Pick: S Minkah Fitzpatrick, Alabama
A versatile defensive back at Alabama, Minkah Fitzpatrick best projects to safety in the NFL where he can use his speed, instincts, football IQ and toughness as a matchup player. In Tampa Bay, he could be the final piece to an improving secondary.
The Buccaneers would no doubt love to see Quenton Nelson here, but instead of adding the draft's best offensive lineman, the team can add the draft's best defender. Fitzpatrick's character, leadership and production on Saturdays has earned him a reputation as one of the best players in the entire class. He has the tools to become a Pro Bowl-caliber player very early in his career.
8. Chicago Bears
The Pick: LB Tremaine Edmunds, Virginia Tech
The Chicago Bears miss out on offensive guard Quenton Nelson but land a very nice consolation prize in 19-year-old Tremaine Edmunds from Virginia Tech. Yes, he's just 19.
Edmunds is a naturally gifted athlete at 6'5", 253 pounds and the speed to run a 4.54 in the 40-yard dash. Players like this don't come along often. Edmunds is an easy comparison to Anthony Barr and could give the Bears a dynamic force in the front seven to work opposite Leonard Floyd.
The sky is the limit for Edmunds' potential. He could be used as a rush 'backer, a true stack off-ball player or a hybrid of the two. Vic Fangio will no doubt have fun unleashing him on opposing offenses.
9. San Francisco 49ers
The Pick: LB Roquan Smith, Georgia
The San Francisco 49ers are an ideal team to target as a potential trade partner for clubs hoping to trade up and select a quarterback in a scenario like this, where Josh Rosen and Baker Mayfield slip. Should that happen on draft day, I would expect general manager John Lynch to auction this selection off and still get a quality player. But with no trades predicted, the 49ers sit tight at pick No. 9 overall and draft the nation's best linebacker.
Roquan Smith isn't the biggest guy (6'1", 236 lbs) but is incredibly fast to the ball and showed that with his 4.51 time in the 40-yard dash. He's the best in the draft class at playing the run and can be a shutdown player outside the hashes. He reminds me of a young Bobby Wagner in that way.
The 49ers already have a need at stack linebacker and may have an even bigger one depending on Reuben Foster's legal situation. Smith gives them insurance should Foster miss games but could turn the front seven into a strength if both can get onto the field together.
10. Oakland Raiders
The Pick: CB Josh Jackson, Iowa
Even after selecting cornerback Gareon Conley in the first round last season, the Oakland Raiders are in need of help at the position. The prospect of pairing Conley, who missed most of the 2017 season with a shin injury, and Josh Jackson looks like an instant fix for a secondary that was torched often last year.
Jackson has ideal size (6'1", 192 lbs) and grabbed eight interceptions in his junior year before entering the NFL draft. He doesn't have blinding speed (4.56 seconds in the 40) but is quick and physical at the line of scrimmage. His press and bail technique are the best of the top-tier corners I've studied.
The Raiders could look to get younger on the offensive line with this selection, but new coach Jon Gruden should resist the urge to draft offensive players and instead focus on fixing his defense.
11. Miami Dolphins
The Pick: QB Josh Rosen, UCLA
A few things that I believe:
1. Rosen will go higher than this on draft day, likely in a trade-up.
2. The Dolphins are all-in on investigating these quarterbacks and seeing if there is a successor to Ryan Tannehill here.
If Rosen is on the board at No. 11, the Dolphins shouldn't hesitate to draft him. Rosen's mechanics and touch are the best of any quarterback in this class, but there is the issue that some teams may find him brash and hard to deal with. Whether or not Miami feels that way remains to be seen, but this is a franchise doing serious work on quarterbacks. Given Tannehill's injury history and bloated contract, it makes sense that the Dolphins would be willing to move on.
12. Cincinnati Bengals
The Pick: OT Connor Williams, Texas
Is he a guard or a tackle? That's the biggest question surrounding Texas' Connor Williams. Personally, I view him as a tackle. His 33-inch arms are long enough, and his quickness and athleticism allow him to cut off the corner without needing excellent arm length. One thing Williams has to improve is his timing on punches, but he has the big hands to control pass-rushers on the corner.
Should the Cincinnati Bengals disagree and view Williams as a guard, that's OK; they need one of those too. This is an offensive line in need of a makeover. Cedric Ogbuehi and Jake Fisher didn't take the expected next steps in their sophomore seasons, and the loss of free-agent guard Kevin Zeitler last year set everyone back.
With pick No. 12 the Bengals are in a prime position to get a top-tier offensive lineman in Williams.
The Pick: S Derwin James, FSU
Florida State safety Derwin James is the ultimate plug-and-play prospect at strong safety. That just so happens to be a need in Washington given the uncertain future of Su'a Cravens (who also played linebacker) and with starter Deshazor Everett being a replacement-level player.
James is a special athlete who showed up both on the field and on the track. At 6'3", 215 pounds he turned in a 4.48 in the 40-yard dash and added 21 reps of 225 pounds on the bench press. Both numbers reflect the type of athleticism James showed in his time at FSU.
For Washington, James is the type of athlete who can come in and give the defense an instant upgrade.
14. Green Bay Packers
The Pick: EDGE Marcus Davenport, UT-San Antonio
I've been back-and-forth on where to put Marcus Davenport in Round 1 since the Senior Bowl. That changed when he posted a performance at the combine that compared to Jadeveon Clowney. That type of athletic promise is enough to secure Davenport a spot inside the top 20 no matter how raw he is as a technician.
The Packers' No. 1 need this offseason has to be addressing the pass-rusher position. The team lacks speed off the edge, and new defensive coordinator Mike Pettine needs a dynamic athlete to create pressure on the outside of the formation. Davenport needs work to develop a secondary pass-rush move and improve his awareness, but his upside is some of the best in the class.
It wouldn't be a surprise to see the secondary addressed here, but currently none of us knows how to predict what first-time general manager Brian Gutekunst will do.
15. Arizona Cardinals
The Pick: QB Baker Mayfield, Oklahoma
It this seems way too low for the 2017 Heisman Trophy winner, just remember this is a mock draft without trades and done before free agency. Both will have a dramatic effect on the landscape of the 2018 first round. But given the way the board has fallen up until this point, the Arizona Cardinals could have a franchise quarterback at pick No. 15.
Mayfield is one of the more polarizing prospects in this class, but those that believe in his talent seem to be all-in on his abilities. His accuracy, touch and movement skills are some of the best in this year's group of quarterbacks. And while he is undersized (6'1", 215 lbs) and lacks elite speed (4.84 seconds) he does seem to overcome the odds to succeed at every level.
16. Baltimore Ravens
The Pick: WR Calvin Ridley, Alabama
General manager Ozzie Newsome loves Alabama players and he needs wide receivers. That makes the selection of Calvin Ridley an easy one to predict before free agency.
Ridley is the draft's top wide receiver but lacks the elite size (6'0", 189 lbs) or speed (4.43) to be considered a top-10 pick. That's great news for the Ravens, as he could fall right into the team's lap at pick No. 16. If you're a Baltimore fan, start hoping now that four quarterbacks come off the board before this selection.
Ridley's route-running, hands and overall athleticism remind me of Reggie Wayne when he was with the Indianapolis Colts. If the Ravens can get that type of production from Ridley, the offense will be back to its previous playoff levels.
17. Los Angeles Chargers
The Pick: OT Kolton Miller, UCLA
Addressing the outside of the offensive line should be the focus of the Los Angeles Chargers front office this season after using two picks on guards Dan Feeney and Forrest Lamp last year. If UCLA's left tackle Kolton Miller is on the board, the front office can grab a local prospect to not only fill a major need, but to turn the line into a strength moving forward.
Miller's tape can be inconsistent, but one NFL scout I spoke with at the combine said Miller was a victim of poor coaching and would be better in the pros once his technique can be adjusted. The 6'8", 309-pounder is a smooth, easy mover at tackle and has the reach (34 ⅛" arms) that teams get excited about.
Miller, Feeney and Lamp is quite the young trio to build an offensive line around.
18. Seattle Seahawks
The Pick: DL Vita Vea, Washington
The Seattle Seahawks defense will have a new look in 2018, as many veterans move on and younger players step in. As the roster is turned over, the scouting staff must get back to the basics of rebuilding the team and find a way to hit on picks like they did in the 2012 draft class that featured Bruce Irvin, Bobby Wagner and Russell Wilson.
An area I've highlighted as a need is the defensive tackle position. The Seahawks could look in their own backyard for an upgrade with Washington's Vita Vea. A massive man at 6'4", 347 pounds, Vea is a naturally gifted athlete as well as one of the strongest players in the entire class. He can split double-teams, get after the quarterback and be an anchor in the run game.
Addressing the offensive line or secondary could be a focus here depending on which players are retained and which walk, but as of today the defensive line could use a stud like Vea in the middle.
19. Dallas Cowboys
The Pick: OG Isaiah Wynn, Georgia
Offensive guard is a need for the Dallas Cowboys but maybe not the team's biggest area of concern—that's a toss-up between wide receiver and the defensive line—but the idea of pairing Isaiah Wynn with the current starters is too good to pass up.
Wynn, a left tackle at Georgia, has the perfect build for a left guard and brings excellent athleticism into a scheme that fits his movement skills and length. If fans want to see Dak Prescott and Ezekiel Elliott at their best in 2018, giving them a top-tier left guard like Wynn and rounding out the offensive line is a way to get it.
With no receiver representing a value here and the team placing the franchise tag on Demarcus Lawrence, guard isn't quite the luxury pick as some may see it, but rather a true best-player-available selection.
20. Detroit Lions
The Pick: DL Da'Ron Payne, Alabama
If this isn't a Bob Quinn- and Matt Patricia-style pick, then I don't know what is. Da'Ron Payne is a phenomenal athlete at defensive tackle and is an ideal scheme-versatile pick for Patricia's front. This is one of those picks that makes so much sense for both player and club.
Payne flashed his immense potential in the College Football Playoff and backed up his play with a standout combine performance. Now scouts will be rushing back to the tape to see if his limited production as a pass-rusher at Bama was due to scheme asks or a lack of tools. The games I've reviewed show Payne's quickness and strength like we saw against Georgia and Oklahoma.
Running back and offensive line are both areas that could be addressed here, but Payne is simply too talented for the Lions to pass on given the need at defensive tackle.
21. Buffalo Bills
The Pick: WR Courtland Sutton, SMU
A quick look at the Buffalo Bills roster before free agency, and it's clear that wide receiver is a major need. Maybe not as big of a need as quarterback, but when matching value and need, it's the spot to go at pick No. 21 overall.
Courtland Sutton is a big (6'3 ⅜", 218 lbs) receiver with enough speed to separate vertically and the jump-ball ability to dominate in the red zone. Given the free-agency status of Jordan Matthews and ongoing development of Zay Jones, Sutton could slide right into the lineup opposite Kelvin Benjamin and give whomever is playing quarterback two large targets to push the ball to.
There is also the possibility that the Bills will package picks Nos. 21 and 22 in an effort to move up for a quarterback. That's something everyone will be monitoring as we get closer to the draft.
22. Buffalo Bills (from Kansas City)
The Pick: OC James Daniels, Iowa
James Daniels is a special center prospect with excellent movement skills and NFL-ready technique. The Iowa product is as ready as offensive linemen come to play in the NFL and can immediately take over the open center spot in Buffalo.
Daniels' ability to get to the second level in the run game and his smooth pass protection will be a great fit in the Buffalo offense. He's one of the more athletic center prospects to come out of college in quite some time, which shows in his game tape. This isn't a workout-warrior type who can't play tough and with technique. Daniels is Pro Bowl-ready right out of the gate.
23. Los Angeles Rams
The Pick: EDGE Harold Landry, Boston College
After trading Robert Quinn, the Los Angeles Rams have a hole at defensive end. With pick No. 23 overall, general manager Les Snead can get younger and cheaper by selecting another speedy rusher in Boston College's Harold Landry.
Before the 2017 season began, Landry was ranked as my top senior in the entire class. He started off the year hot, but an injury slowed him down as he neared the end of his final season. Landry, though, came back strong at the combine and showed with his 4.64 40 time and excellent 6.88-second three-cone that he has the agility and speed to be a dynamic rusher off the edge.
24. Carolina Panthers
The Pick: OT Mike McGlinchey, Notre Dame
This may be more of what I think the Carolina Panthers will do than what they will actually decide in late April, but so much is unknown with former general manager Marty Hurney returning to his old post. Will Hurney look at Matt Kalil at left tackle and make a first-round move to replace him?
If so, Notre Dame's Mike McGlinchey is a plug-and-play starter. For many teams I'd pencil McGlinchey in as a right tackle, but the Panthers' run game would fit a powerful left tackle in a way similar to what the Jacksonville Jaguars did with Cam Robinson in 2017. McGlinchey doesn't have great production against speed-rushers in pass protection in college, but with Cam Newton behind him, he doesn't have to be perfect for five seconds on every rush.
25. Tennessee Titans
The Pick: LB Leighton Vander Esch, Boise State
New head coach Mike Vrabel inherits a defense that has some potential blue-chippers like Kevin Byard and Jurrell Casey but needs an infusion of young talent and speed. Vrabel may see a lot of himself in Boise State's Leighton Vander Esch. Enough to make him the pick at No. 25 overall, in fact.
Vander Esch is a 6'4", 256-pounder with 4.65 speed and nearly 34-inch arms. His tape shows a three-down player with the size to take on the run, the speed to chase after the ball and the instincts to be very good carrying receivers up the seam. His ability to play any inside linebacker spot and also be an effective blitzer only increases his value.
26. Atlanta Falcons
The Pick: OG Billy Price, Ohio State
The Atlanta Falcons have a strong foundation on the offensive line with Alex Mack and Jake Matthews but didn't quite get a major return in free agent Andy Levitre at left guard. Plugging in the key to the Ohio State offense at guard, where he played up until moving to center in 2017, could give Matt Ryan and Co. the wall up front they need to get back to the Super Bowl.
Billy Price dominated at center this past season but before that was a rock-solid right guard. He has the length, movement and toughness to excel at either position and projects on my board as a future Pro Bowl-caliber interior lineman.
27. New Orleans Saints
The Pick: EDGE Arden Key, LSU
The New Orleans Saints nailed last year's draft by selecting immediate impacts in Marshon Lattimore, Ryan Ramczyk, Alvin Kamara and Marcus Williams as the team made a return to the playoffs. To get to a Super Bowl, general manager Mickey Loomis and Co. must continue adding pieces to a team that's expected to return quarterback Drew Brees.
LSU's Arden Key has top-10 talent but missed time to injuries in 2017 and took an absence from the team last spring. If teams are comfortable with his medicals and his character, Key can be a premium pass-rusher with the frame to add weight (he came in at 238 pounds at the combine) and still win with speed and length on the corner.
28. Pittsburgh Steelers
The Pick: LB Rashaan Evans, Alabama
The injury to Ryan Shazier opens a hole in the middle of the Pittsburgh Steelers defense, and the draft is the team's best bet. Shazier's athleticism and leadership will be tough to replace, but Alabama's Rashaan Evans has the right mixture of wiring and on-field tools to step into such a large void.
Evans, who opted not to run the 40 at the combine, has shown on tape he has the speed to get outside the tackle box and chase down ball-carriers. He's agile, powerful and can bring heat as a tackler. Some teams have also asked Evans if he'd work out as an edge-rusher, according to scouts, which shows his versatility as a three-down player.
29. Jacksonville Jaguars
The Pick: TE Dallas Goedert, South Dakota State
With quarterback Blake Bortles now secured for at least the 2018 season, the Jacksonville Jaguars can use pick No. 29 to address the talent around him. The team's lack of a go-to tight end shows up on film, and unless one is added in free agency, this is a need heading into the early portion of the draft.
Dallas Goedert might be a small-schooler but his tape shows top-tier talent. He has the size (6'4 ⅝", 256 lbs) and length (34" arms) to make plays in traffic and over the top of defenders. And while we haven't seen him run yet at the Senior Bowl or combine due to a hamstring injury, Goedert looks plenty fast enough to separate in the pros.
30. Minnesota Vikings
The Pick: DL Maurice Hurst, Michigan
A heart condition found at the combine prohibited Hurst from working out for scouts and puts a question mark on his scouting report for the time being. If he's healthy, the Michigan pass-rusher is a first-rounder and could be a steal at this phase of the first round.
The Vikings defense is already one of the NFL's best but could use more of a pass rush up the middle—which is every quarterback's worst nightmare. Throwing Hurst in the middle of an already strong front seven would make it impossible for quarterbacks to escape while also keeping the current tackles fresh in a strong rotation.
The team has a major hole at quarterback right now that needs addressing, but the value at pick No. 30 overall isn't there to select one. The Vikings are in the running for Kirk Cousins and should grab a starting quarterback in free agency.
31. New England Patriots
The Pick: EDGE Sam Hubbard, Ohio State
Since trading away Chandler Jones and Jamie Collins, the New England Patriots defense hasn't been the same. Bill Belichick is one of the NFL's greatest all-time schemers on defense, but even he can't completely cover up a lack of talent in the pass rush. With three selections in the first two rounds, Belichick and his new staff should be aggressive in adding defenders.
Sam Hubbard is tailor-made for the New England defense. He's big (6'5", 270 lbs) and incredibly agile (position-best 6.84-second three-cone). That's what the Patriots have been missing. Hubbard can take on the role Chris Long held for a season and be a young, fast, powerful, edge-setting defender who works in both a four- and three-man front.
32. Philadelphia Eagles
The Pick: OG Will Hernandez, UTEP
The Philadelphia Eagles rode a dynamic offense to the Super Bowl and were able to outmaneuver the New England Patriots for a ring. To stay on top of the league for another season, the Eagles can look to improve the middle of the offensive line with an agile mauler in Will Hernandez.
Hernandez was the standout lineman at the Senior Bowl and had another good showing in drills at the combine. He's a big man (6'2", 348 lbs) with excellent ability to lock on and drive out defenders. With Hernandez clearing the way for Jay Ajayi, the Eagles run game could take off.
33. Cleveland Browns—Isaiah Oliver CB Colorado
34. New York Giants—Derrius Guice RB LSU
35. Cleveland Browns—DJ Moore WR Maryland
36. Indianapolis Colts—Sony Michel RB Georgia
37. New York Jets—Lorenzo Carter LB Georgia
38. Tampa Bay Buccaneers—Mike Hughes CB UCF
39. Chicago Bears—Christian Kirk WR Texas A&M
40. Denver Broncos—Jaire Alexander CB Louisville
41. Oakland Raiders—Ronald Jones RB USC
42. Miami Dolphins—Carlton Davis CB Auburn
43. New England Patriots—Malik Jefferson LB Texas
44. Washington Redskins—MJ Stewart CB North Carolina
45. Green Bay Packers—Harrison Phillips DL Stanford
46. Cincinnati Bengals—Justin Reid S Stanford
47. Arizona Cardinals—Brian O'Neill OT Pitt
48. Los Angeles Chargers—Lamar Jackson QB Louisville
49. New York Jets—Jamarco Jones OT Ohio State
50. Dallas Cowboys—Derrick Nnadi DL FSU
51. Detroit Lions—Kerryon Johnson RB Auburn
52. Baltimore Ravens—Tyrell Crosby OT Oregon
53. Buffalo Bills—Mason Rudolph QB Oklahoma State
54. Kansas City Chiefs—James Washington WR Oklahoma State
55. Carolina Panthers—Ronnie Harrison S Alabama
56. Buffalo Bills—Taven Bryan DL Florida
57. Tennessee Titans—Dorance Armstrong EDGE Kansas
58. Atlanta Falcons—Mike Gesicki TE Penn State
59. San Francisco 49ers—Deon Cain WR Clemson
60. Pittsburgh Steelers—Kyzir White S West Virginia
61. Jacksonville Jaguars—Orlando Brown OT Oklahoma
62. Minnesota Vikings—Luke Falk QB Washington State
63. New England Patriots—Frank Ragnow OC Arkansas
64. Cleveland Browns—Jessie Bates S Wake Forest
65. Cleveland Browns—Chukwuma Okorafor OT Western Michigan
66. New York Giants—Donte Jackson CB LSU
67. Indianapolis Colts—Dante Pettis WR Washington
68. Houston Texans—Desmond Harrison OT West Georgia
69. Tampa Bay Buccaneers—Mark Walton RB Miami
70. San Francisco 49ers—Austin Corbett OG Nevada
71. Denver Broncos—Geron Christian OT Louisville
72. New York Jets—DJ Chark WR LSU
73. Miami Dolphins—Jerome Baker LB Ohio State
74. San Francisco 49ers—Anthony Averett CB Alabama
75. Oakland Raiders—Uchenna Nwosu EDGE USC
76. Green Bay Packers—Braden Smith OG Auburn
77. Cincinnati Bengals—Chad Thomas EDGE Miami
78. Kansas City Chiefs—B.J. Hill DL N.C. State
79. Arizona Cardinals—Nick Nelson CB Wisconsin
80. Houston Texans—Terrell Edmunds S Virginia Tech
81. Dallas Cowboys—Simmie Cobbs WR Indiana
82. Detroit Lions—Jeff Holland EDGE Auburn
83. Baltimore Ravens—Kyle Lauletta QB Richmond
84. Los Angeles Chargers—Da'Shawn Hand DL Alabama
85. Carolina Panthers—Hayden Hurst TE South Carolina
86. Kansas City Chiefs—Marquis Haynes LB Ole Miss
87. Los Angeles Rams—Martinas Rankin OL Miss. State
88. Carolina Panthers—Michael Gallup WR Colorado State
89. Tennessee Titans—Marcus Allen S Penn State
90. Atlanta Falcons—Rasheem Green DL USC
91. New Orleans Saints—Mark Andrews TE Oklahoma
92. Pittsburgh Steelers—Alex Cappa OG Humboldt State
93. Jacksonville Jaguars—Josh Sweat EDGE FSU
94. Minnesota Vikings—Joseph Noteboom OT TCU
95. New England Patriots—Tim Settle DL Virginia Tech
96. Buffalo Bills—DeShon Elliott S Texas
97. Arizona Cardinals—DaeSean Hamilton WR Penn State
98. Houston Texans—Tyquan Lewis EDGE Ohio State
99. Denver Broncos—Ogbonnia Okoronkwo EDGE Oklahoma
100. Cincinnati Bengals—Josey Jewell LB Iowa
101. Cleveland Browns—R.J. McIntosh DL Miami
102. New York Giants—Quin Blanding S Virginia
103. Houston Texans—Trenton Thompson DL Georgia
104. Indianapolis Colts—Darius Leonard LB South Carolina State
105. Chicago Bears—JC Jackson CB Maryland
106. Denver Broncos—Jordan Lasley WR UCLA
107. New York Jets—Nick Chubb RB Georgia
108. Tampa Bay Buccaneers—Ola Adeniyi EDGE Toledo
109. Denver Broncos—Jalyn Holmes DL Ohio State
110. Oakland Raiders—Davin Bellamy LB Georgia
111. Miami Dolphins—Anthony Miller WR Memphis
112. Cincinnati Bengals—Mike White QB Western Kentucky
113. Washington Redskins—Kemoko Turay EDGE Rutgers
114. Green Bay Packers—Rashaan Gaulden CB Tennessee
115. Chicago Bears—Hercules Mata'afa EDGE Washington State
116. Dallas Cowboys—Shaun Dion Hamilton LB Alabama
117. Detroit Lions—Armani Watts S Texas A&M
118. Baltimore Ravens—Rashaad Penny RB San Diego State
119. Los Angeles Chargers—William Clapp OC LSU
120. Seattle Seahawks—Ian Thomas TE Indiana
121. Buffalo Bills—Duke Ejiofor EDGE Wake Forest
122. Kansas City Chiefs—Quenton Meeks CB Stanford
123. Cleveland Browns—D.J. Reed CB Kanasas State
124. Kansas City Chiefs—Kylie Fitts EDGE Utah
125. Tennessee Titans—Nyheim Hines RB N.C. State
126. Atlanta Falcons—Keke Coutee WR Texas Tech
127. New Orleans Saints—Kurt Benkert QB Virginia
128. San Francisco 49ers—Trevon Young EDGE Louisville
129. Jacksonville Jaguars—Tarvarus McFadden CB FSU
130. Miami Dolphins—Royce Freeman RB Oregon
131. Philadelphia Eagles—Breeland Speaks DL Ole Miss
132. Philadelphia Eagles—Shaquem Griffin LB UCF
133. Green Bay Packers—Marcell Ateman WR Oklahoma State
134. Arizona Cardinals—Kendrick Norton DL Miami
135. New York Giants—Toby Weathersby OT LSU
136. New England Patriots—Kameron Kelly S San Diego State
137. Dallas Cowboys—Godwin Igwebuike S Northwestern
138. Cleveland Browns—Ryan Izzo TE FSU
139. New York Giants—JoJo Wicker DL Arizona State
140. Indianapolis Colts—Wyatt Teller OG Virginia Tech
141. Seattle Seahawks—Auden Tate WR FSU
142. Denver Broncos—Akrum Wadley RB Iowa
143. San Francisco 49ers—Christian Campbell CB Penn State
144. Tampa Bay Buccaneers—Sam Jones OG Arizona State
145. Chicago Bears—J'Mon Moore WR Missouri
146. Seattle Seahawks—John Kelly RB Tennessee
147. New Orleans Saints—Trey Quinn WR SMU
148. Pittsburgh Steelers—Taron Johnson CB Weber State
149. Washington Redskins—Kalen Ballage RB Arizona State
150. Green Bay Packers—Levi Wallace CB Alabama
151. Cincinnati Bengals—Taylor Hearn OG Clemson
152. Arizona Cardinals—Christopher Herndon TE Miami
153. Detroit Lions—Jaylen Samuels TE N.C. State
154. Baltimore Ravens—Jordan Whitehead S Pitt
155. Los Angeles Chargers—Deontay Burnett WR USC
156. Philadelphia Eagles—Ade Aruna EDGE Tulane
157. New York Jets—Andre Smith LB North Carolina
158. Buffalo Bills—Bo Scarbrough RB Alabama
159. Cleveland Browns—Justin Jones DL N.C. State
160. Los Angeles Rams—Andrew Brown DL Virginia
161. Carolina Panthers—Kevin Toliver CB LSU
162. Tennessee Titans—Will Dissly TE Washington State
163. Denver Broncos—Mason Cole OL Michigan
164. New Orleans Saints—Dimitri Flowers FB Oklahoma
165. Pittsburgh Steelers—Allen Lazard WR Iowa State
166. Buffalo Bills—Brett Toth OT Army
167. Minnesota Vikings—Skai Moore LB South Carolina
168. Seattle Seahawks—Dominick Sanders S Georgia
169. Philadelphia Eagles—Josh Adams RB Notre Dame
170. Cincinnati Bengals—Tre'Quan Smith WR UCF
171. Dallas Cowboys—Cedrick Wilson WR Boise State
172. Green Bay Packers—Troy Fumagalli TE Wisconsin
173. Dallas Cowboys—Siran Neal S Jacksonville St
174. Green Bay Packers—Nick Gates OT Nebraska
175. Cleveland Browns—Jordan Wilkins RB Ole Miss
176. New York Giants—Jack Cichy LB Wisconsin
177. Houston Texans—Brandon Facyson CB Virginia Tech
178. Indianapolis Colts—Kahlil McKenzie DL Tennessee
179. New York Jets—Dalton Schultz TE Stanford
180. Tampa Bay Buccaneers—Micah Kiser LB Virginia
181. Chicago Bears—Zac Crabtree OT Oklahoma State
182. Denver Broncos—Fred Warner LB BYU
183. Miami Dolphins—Tyler Conklin TE Central Michigan
184. San Francisco 49ers—Roc Thomas RB Jacksonville State
185. Oakland Raiders—Damon Webb S Ohio State
186. Green Bay Packers—Kentavius Street DL N.C. State
187. Cincinnati Bengals—Isaac Yiadom CB Boston College
188. Washington Redskins—Riley Ferguson QB Memphis
189. New Orleans Saints—Darius Phillips CB Western Michigan
190. Baltimore Ravens—Korey Robertson WR Southern Miss
191. Los Angeles Chargers—Tanner Lee QB Nebraska
192. Oakland Raiders—Foley Fatukasi DL UConn
193. Dallas Cowboys—Peter Kalambayi EDGE Stanford
194. Los Angeles Rams—Timon Parris OG Stony Brook
195. Los Angeles Rams—Holton Hill CB Texas
196. Los Angeles Rams—Daurice Fountain WR Northern Iowa
197. Carolina Panthers—Leon Jacobs EDGE Wisconsin
198. Los Angeles Rams—Dorian O'Daniel LB Clemson
199. Tennessee Titans—Poona Ford DL Texas
200. Atlanta Falcons—Tony Brown CB Alabama
201. New Orleans Saints—Greg Stroman CB Virginia Tech
202. Tampa Bay Buccaneers—Byron Pringle WR Kansas State
203. Jacksonville Jaguars—Jaleel Scott WR New Mexico State
204. Minnesota Vikings—Darrel Williams RB LSU
205. New England Patriots—Adam Breneman TE UMass
206. Philadelphia Eagles—Skyler Phillips OG Idaho State
207. Green Bay Packers—Christian Sam LB Arizona State
208. Dallas Cowboys—Durham Smythe TE Notre Dame
209. Kansas City Chiefs—Tray Matthews S Auburn
210. Oakland Raiders—Bradley Bozeman OC Alabama
211. Houston Texans—Michael Dickson P Texas
212. Oakland Raiders—Heath Harding CB Miami (Ohio)
213. Minnesota Vikings—Parry Nickerson CB Tulane
214. Houston Texans—KC McDermott OG Miami
215. Baltimore Ravens—Cam Serigne TE Wake Forest
216. Oakland Raiders—Equanimeous St. Brown WR Notre Dame
217. Oakland Raiders—Cole Madison OT Washington State
218. Minnesota Vikings—Scott Quessenberry OC UCLA
219. Cleveland Browns—Braxton Berrios WR Miami
220. Pittsburgh Steelers—Martez Carter RB Grambling State
221. Indianapolis Colts—Chandon Sullivan CB Georgia State
222. Houston Texans—Justin Jackson RB Northwestern
223. Miami Dolphins—Deadrin Senat DL South Florida
224. Chicago Bears—Trayvon Henderson S Hawaii
225. Denver Broncos—Sean Welsh OG Iowa
226. Seattle Seahawks—Nick DeLuca LB North Dakota State
227. San Francisco 49ers—Garret Dooley LB Wisconsin
228. Oakland Raiders—Joe Ostman EDGE Central Michigan
229. Miami Dolphins—Will Richardson OT N.C. State
230. Jacksonville Jaguars—Oren Burks LB Vanderbilt
231. Washington Redskins—Mike McCray LB Michigan
232. Green Bay Packers—Greg Senat OT Wagner
233. Kansas City Chiefs—K.J. Malone OG LSU
234. Carolina Panthers—Danny Johnson CB Southern
235. New York Jets—D'Montre Wade CB Murray State
236. Dallas Cowboys—Michael Joseph CB Dubuque
237. Detroit Lions—Jake Wieneke WR South Dakota State
238. Arizona Cardinals—Jester Weah WR Pitt
239. Green Bay Packers—Richie James WR Middle Tennessee
240. San Francisco 49ers—Bilal Nichols DL Delaware
241. Los Angeles Rams—Chase Edmonds RB Fordham
242. Carolina Panthers—Marcell Harris S Florida
243. Tennessee Titans—Kamrin Moore CB Boston College
244. Atlanta Falcons—Deatrick Nichols CB South Florida
245. New Orleans Saints—Van Smith S Clemson
246. Pittsburgh Steelers—Chase Litton QB Marshall
247. Jacksonville Jaguars—Jordan Akins TE UCF
248. Seattle Seahawks—Ray-Ray McCloud WR Clemson
249. Cincinnati Bengals—Jeremy Reaves CB South Alabama
250. Seattle Seahawks—Zaycoven Henderson DL Texas A&M
251. Los Angeles Chargers—Daniel Carlson K Auburn
252. Cincinnati Bengals—Parris Bennett LB Syracuse
253. Cincinnati Bengals—Jake Bennett OC Colorado State
254. Arizona Cardinals—Tre Flowers S Oklahoma State
255. Tampa Bay Buccaneers—Rick Leonard OT FSU
256. Atlanta Falcons—Andre Chachere CB San Jose State