Alex Katson and Josh Berg Collaborative Mock

If you’ve followed either of our work for the last few years, you know that what you’re about to read is a little tradition we have. This is the third year Josh and Alex have gotten together to make a full seven round mock draft, but this year’s may have been the hardest to nail down. With no clear top prospects, a middling QB crop, and a plethora of depth unique to this season, the 2022 draft is one of the hardest to predict of all time. This is our version, based on things we’ve read, seen, and heard from our friends in the community and verified media outlets. Some picks are also influenced by what we would do in the situations presented. Here’s the team list for this year:

Alex: Arizona, Atlanta, Buffalo, Carolina, Cleveland, Green Bay, Jacksonville, LA Chargers, LA Rams, Miami, New Orleans, NY Jets, Philadelphia, San Francisco, Tampa Bay, Tennessee

Josh: Baltimore, Chicago, Cincinnati, Dallas, Denver, Detroit, Houston, Indianapolis, Kansas City, Las Vegas, Minnesota, New England, NY Giants, Pittsburgh, Seattle, Washington

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1.1 Jacksonville Jaguars: Aidan Hutchinson, EDGE, Michigan

GM Trent Baalke is reportedly infatuated with Travon Walker, while new HC Doug Pederson wants Ikem Ekwonu. Three OTs on the Jaguars roster have starting experience (Cam Robinson, Walker Little, and Jawaan Taylor), which makes me think this pick comes down to a coin flip between Walker and Hutchinson. I’m sticking with Hutch, who has become the underdog pick recently but seems to be owner Shad Khan’s preference.

1.2 Detroit Lions: Travon Walker, EDGE, Georgia

While I may not be as high on Travon Walker as some people, he will more than likely go in the top five and has been in discussion for the first overall pick. In this scenario, he makes it down to Detroit at number two. The Lions have been open about their desire to find a game-changer with their first selection in this draft and Walker can be just that. He has some elite high level traits when it comes to athleticism and size measurables, where if used properly he has the chance to be a high level producer in the NFL along the defensive front. 

1.3 Houston Texans: Ikem Ekwonu, OT, North Carolina State

The Texans are such a hard team to draft for. They have been relatively quiet on the rumor front and need just about everything on their roster. It would not surprise me if this selection was one of the premier corners in this draft like Ahmad Gardner or Derek Stingley, or a premier pass rusher like Kayvon Thibodeaux or Jermaine Johnson. However, Ikem Ekwonu is the selection here. His scheme and position versatility will help solidify the offensive line. Ekwonu is arguably the best offensive player in this draft class and Houston just needs talent on this roster as they continue their rebuild. 

1.4 New York Jets: Kayvon Thibodeaux, EDGE, Oregon

EDGE is still a need even after bringing in Jacob Martin this offseason, especially with Carl Lawson coming off injury. Thibodeaux’s love for football has come into question during the pre-draft process, which seems to have been the primary reason to drop him out of contention at the first overall pick. I could see the Oregon star go as high as 2 or fall into the latter half of the top 10, but ultimately I think the Jets will look to add a pass rusher here if Ekwonu doesn’t make it to 4.

1.5 New York Giants: Evan Neal, OT, Alabama

The Giants are in a great spot to help turn this roster around with the amount of draft capital they have. Depending on how the board falls, new GM Joe Schoen will have the ability to move up and down the board as they please. The Giants have struggled along the offensive line in recent years so adding Neal to pair with Andrew Thomas gives the Giants two young and really talented bookend tackles to protect Daniel Jones, or whoever is the franchise QB going forward beyond this season. 

1.6 Carolina Panthers: Kenny Pickett, QB, Pitt

Pickett was once committed to play at Temple for Matt Rhule. While the Panthers head coach has had his troubles in Carolina, that familiarity might still mean something to an organization who needs to upgrade on Sam Darnold at some point before the season opener. A trade down seems like a likely possibility as well, as Carolina’s next pick isn’t until round 4. Without a good partner in mind, I’m gonna stick and pick with my gut, although Charles Cross is a tempting option as well.

1.7 New York Giants: Sauce Gardner, CB, Cincinnati

James Bradberry has been the center of trade talks for the last couple months, and although he hasn’t been moved yet the expectation is that he will be. Even if Bradberry is on the roster come week one, the Giants corner room still has a lot to be desired. Ahmad “Sauce” Gardner has cemented himself as the top corner in this class. He checks all the intangible boxes with size, length and speed and has the kind of track record that translates to the NFL very well. 

1.8 Atlanta Falcons: Jermaine Johnson II, EDGE, Florida State

Atlanta hasn’t produced anything on the pass rush front since the one good season Vic Beasley had. Lorenzo Carter is a fine rotational piece, but the fact that he’s currently headlining the group should set off major alarm bells. There’s other holes on this roster to be sure; you could probably convince me that they’ve got the worst roster in the league if you tried. Wide receiver seems to also be in play, with the likes of Jameson Williams and Garrett Wilson available.

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1.9 Seattle Seahawks: Charles Cross, OT, Mississippi State

Seattle is always a wild card when it comes to 1st round draft picks so it would be foolish to rule anything out. QB is definitely in play, especially with Malik Willis still on the board, but word is that they like Drew Lock at least for this year so they opt to pass on the signal caller for Cross, the last of the elite offensive tackle prospects. The Seahawks offensive line is not very good and if they want to see what they have in Drew Lock they need to protect him. Cross can play either tackle spot and give them additional protection up front. 

1.10 New York Jets: Drake London, WR, USC

The dots between London and the Jets seem to have been connected for months now. After a workout on April 15th where London showed that he’s healthy following an October ankle injury, the question seems to be whether or not he makes it to the tenth overall pick. If he does, it’s another inside/outside versatile weapon to work with Elijah Moore and Corey Davis. With another season of development under Zach Wilson’s belt, perhaps that Jets offense starts to rise up the statistical ranks.

1.11 Washington Commanders: Chris Olave, WR, Ohio State

Olave over Wilson may seem like hearsay, but crazier things have happened in the draft. With the huge amount of variation in positional rankings from team to team this year, I wouldn’t be completely shocked to see a team favor Olave. He’s a smooth and efficient route runner that would complement Terry McLaurin nicely. Washington hasn’t been shy about their interest in both Ohio State receivers, but it seems like they’ve done a tiny bit more work on the senior.

New Orleans trades 1.16 and 2.49 to Minnesota for 1.12 and 3.77

1.12 New Orleans Saints: Malik Willis, QB, Liberty

New Orleans already has Jameis Winston and Andy Dalton under contract for 2022, but I can’t shake the feeling that a trade up could be in the works if the right QB starts to fall. Consider that the Saints gave up their 2023 first rounder in the deal with the Eagles to acquire 16th and 19th overall. Consider that they made the trade after Tom Brady announced his return to the NFL. With Willis falling, they can pick up 2022’s toolsiest passer and let him watch and learn behind Winston, who was playing efficiently before getting injured in 2021.

1.13 Houston Texans: Kyle Hamilton, S, Notre Dame

Adding talent is key for the Houston Texans. The roster is rebuilding and finding a way to just continue to stack talent on the depth chart is a great place to start. Hamilton is the best player in this class, but he plays safety and the position is not valued the same as quarterback, pass rusher, or offensive line. Hamilton has the versatility that will allow the Texans defense to deploy several packages and use him all over the field. 

Kansas City trades 1.29, 2.50, and 3.94 to Baltimore for 1.14 and 4.119

1.14 Kansas City Chiefs: Jameson Williams, WR, Alabama

Remember when Tyreek Hill was traded? That was a crazy day in the NFL. Kansas City’s receiving corps is just a bunch of guys at the moment with Juju Smith-Schuster being slated as the current WR1 and Mecole Hardman, MVS, and Josh Gordon behind him. Many sources around the league view Jameson Williams as a special talent and as WR1 in this draft class, but here the ACL injury pushes him down past the top 10. With KC needing a Tyreek replacement, they jump on the value here and instantly give Mahomes a young dynamic piece on the perimeter. If Williams hadn’t gone down with the ACL injury, we would be talking about him as a surefire top 10 pick in this draft. 

1.15 Philadelphia Eagles: Garrett Wilson, WR, Ohio State

Yeah, we’re picking more receivers for Philly. DeVonta Smith is a good start to the room, but 2020 first rounder Jalen Reagor hasn’t panned out to say the least. JJ Arcega-Whiteside has transitioned to tight end. Wilson is my favorite of this year’s receivers because of his creativity as a route runner. Although he’s of a similar build to Smith, the Eagles need to add talent to the receiver corps first and foremost.

1.16 Minnesota Vikings: Derek Stingley Jr., CB, LSU

Even though Rick Spielman and Mike Zimmer are out of Minnesota, the running joke of always taking a first round corner will remain intact, at least for one more offseason. The CB room in Minnesota currently leaves a lot to be desired with Cameron Dantzler and Chandon Sullivan currently slated as starters opposite of veteran Patrick Peterson. Derek Stingley can come in and contribute as a boundary corner opposite of Peterson. Health remains a concern with Stingley after he has failed to stay healthy after his electric freshman campaign, but there is no denying the high upside Stingley brings to the table if he can return to the elite form we saw just two seasons ago. 

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1.17 Los Angeles Chargers: Jordan Davis, IDL, Georgia

Whether Davis makes it this far or not seems to be the deciding factor in whether he’s the pick at this point, although . It’s true that LA has done plenty of work to shore up what was likely the league’s worst defensive line a season ago, but adding Davis would place the final jewel in the crown of Brandon Staley’s defense. With an interior group of Sebastian Joseph-Day, Austin Johnson, and Davis, Staley can get back to cooking with a flame similar to what he had as the Rams defensive coordinator in 2020.

1.18 Philadelphia Eagles: George Karlaftis, EDGE, Purdue

One of the player-team fits I have down in ink. Karlaftis is the kind of athlete Howie Roseman covets, plays a position Roseman values, and fills a need on an Eagles team that re-signed Derek Barnett to the chagrin of fans everywhere. While not talked about in the same breath as this year’s cream of the crop, I’m a huge fan of the Purdue product’s game and think he could play a big role as a rookie. For an Eagles squad whose goal should be to push for the playoffs in 2022, that immediate impact will pay dividends.

1.19 New Orleans Saints: Trevor Penning, OT, Northern Iowa

Terron Armstead has packed his bags for Miami, which leaves some rather large shoes to fill on the blindside in New Orleans. While Penning has typically been typecast as an NFL right tackle, the left side was always his college spot. Some teams may prefer he sticks to what he knows, especially teams like the Saints, with a need on that side without the capital to acquire one of the top three tackles. I’m not confident that that’s the best path to pro success for Penning, but NFL teams are not going to make decisions based on what I think. Not yet at least.

1.20 Pittsburgh Steelers: Desmond Ridder, QB, Cincinnati

The Steelers are infatuated with Malik Willis. With him falling past the top five in this mock, a trade up would make sense, however in this scenario Pittsburgh stays put and gets the other quarterback they have been linked to throughout this process. Although not the biggest fan of Ridder, I have come around on the idea that he will be a first round pick. In Pittsburgh with Mike Tomlin is an excellent fit for him because he gets the opportunity to sit behind newly signed Mitchell Trubisky for a year while he catches up with the speed of the NFL game. 

1.21 New England Patriots: Devin Lloyd, LB, Utah

New England is always a wild card when it comes to the NFL Draft, but they have always valued scheme versatility and defense. Devin Lloyd fits both of those boxes. Linebacker is a big hole on this roster with Dont’a Hightower currently a free agent and Mack Wilson penciled in as the starting middle linebacker. Lloyd can come in and offer speed and athleticism at the second level and allow the Patriots to have fluidity across their linebacking corps. 

1.22 Green Bay Packers: Daxton Hill, S, Michigan

Safety is a bit of a misnomer with Hill, whose pro position will more likely be slot corner. On that front, Green Bay faces some tough questions. Three corners on their roster have played well on the boundary: Jaire Alexander, Rasul Douglas, and Eric Stokes. Of those, only Alexander has slot experience, but the Packers seem much more interested in having their star follow the opponent’s best receiver. If that receiver lives on the boundary, the slot remains open. That brings us to Hill, who can also flex outside or play either safety spot. That type of multiplicity will be music to defensive coordinator Joe Barry’s ears.

1.23 Arizona Cardinals: Treylon Burks, WR, Arkansas

The Tone Setters said it best: Kliff Kingsbury is trying to turn the NFL into a 7 on 7 league. In all seriousness, Arizona’s offense functions best with 4 capable receivers on the roster, and right now they seem to be lacking that fourth guy. With Kyler Murray’s future with the team in some sort of weird, PR-driven limbo, it wouldn’t be overly surprising to see Arizona make a pick to appease their franchise QB. Otherwise, I’d have my sights set on Trent McDuffie to fix up the secondary here.

1.24 Dallas Cowboys: Zion Johnson, IOL, Boston College

For the first time in a long time the Cowboys have some question marks along the offensive line. The unit that was once viewed as the league’s best is now aging and the Cowboys have to start thinking about replacements. Zion Johnson is as close to plug-and-play as it gets along the interior in this draft class. Sliding him next to Tyron Smith at left guard would solidify the left side for the short term future as long as Smith can stay healthy, and offer a long term solution on the inside for a decade. 

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1.25 Buffalo Bills: Trent McDuffie, CB, Washington

Buffalo has let a number of 2021 Bills walk in free agency. Cole Beasley got cut, Jon Feliciano is gone, Harrison Phillips took a nice chunk of change to move to Minnesota. For the most part, those holes have been filled. Beasley gave way for Jamison Crowder, Feliciano became Rodger Saffold, Phillips was replaced by DaQuan Jones and Tim Settle. Only one gap remains: CB. Levi Wallace now calls Pittsburgh home, with no reciprocal signing on the Bills end. McDuffie has confirmed a meeting with Buffalo and would provide a nice second option next to Tre’Davious White.

1.26 Tennessee Titans: Kenyon Green, IOL, Texas A&M

Green has played every offensive line position in college, which makes him a uniquely versatile player that should be a welcome addition to any NFL roster. While his best NFL fit is likely at guard, I could see a team experiment with him as a right tackle as well, especially in a draft without many options in that department in this range. Tennessee fits the bill as one of the teams who could conduct such an experiment after 2021 pick Dillon Radunz struggled last season.

1.27 Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Kaiir Elam, CB, Florida

Tampa’s corner depth was tested a season ago, with the results showing a vulnerable group that required the services of Richard Sherman for multiple weeks to even stay afloat. Granted, those injured players all return in 2022. But Sean Murphy-Bunting and Jamel Dean’s rookie contracts are up following this season, which could leave the Bucs in a similarly scant position. Adding Elam gives them injury contingencies and contract flexibility, as well as an aggressive press corner with the potential to become a shutdown player.

1.28 Green Bay Packers: Tyler Smith, OT, Tulsa

I’m not particularly confident that Elgton Jenkins will be the Packers starter at RT come week 1. While Smith has played the left side as a collegian, he’s young and workable enough that I think a transition to the right side could benefit him. Others have floated that Smith could kick inside to guard, which could keep Jenkins on the perimeter for the time being. Either way, one of this year’s biggest draft risers checks every guardrail box for Green Bay and gives them five startable linemen to protect Aaron Rodgers.

1.29 Baltimore Ravens: Tyler Linderbaum, IOL, Iowa

Bengals fans are probably incredibly mad at the Ravens for trading down here because that means Iowa center Tyler Linderbaum did not make it all the way to pick 31 for them. Baltimore currently has a gap at the center position and Linderbaum is by far and away the best center in this draft class. If positional value wasn’t taken into account, Linderbaum would be a top ten selection in this draft. Baltimore gets their center for the next 15 plus years to protect Lamar Jackson. 

1.30 Kansas City Chiefs: Drake Jackson, EDGE, USC

This may seem like a reach on paper but Drake Jackson has gone undervalued in this draft due to the talent at the top of the EDGE class. Jackson is a super young and fluid athlete that fits the Chiefs incredibly well schematically. Frank Clark needs a running mate next to him, and eventually a replacement, and Jackson can fill both of those roles very nicely. 

1.31 Cincinnati Bengals: Andrew Booth Jr., CB, Clemson

When Eli Apple is currently one of your two starting boundary corners you know there is room for improvement. Booth is technically one of the cleanest cornerback prospects in this draft class. He is a good athlete and has developed incredible ball skills. The league seems to be a little bit lower on him than the media but being selected in the back end of round one seems to be a reasonable spot for him. He slides in immediately as a starter opposite of Chidobe Awuzie and does Bengals fans a favor keeping Eli Apple off the field a little bit more. 

1.32 Detroit Lions: Sam Howell, QB, North Carolina

Call it a gut feeling but I don’t think Jared Goff is a long term answer at QB and I expect Detroit to be in the mix for a QB throughout the entirety of the first round. Howell was crowned by many as preseason QB1 during the summer but did not do much to cement that case during his 2021-2022 campaign. Going to Detroit allows him to sit behind Goff for the year (barring injury) and gives the Lions a potential option for the future post Jared Goff.

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2.33 Jacksonville Jaguars: Quay Walker, LB, Georgia

If Linderbaum is off the board, Walker seems like the next target for Jacksonville. Shaquille Quarterman performed fairly well in 2021, but he’s upgradeable and the Jags seem to love what Walker brings to the table.

2.34 Detroit Lions: Lewis Cine, S, Georgia

Cine is a good player who has a chance to go round one. Detroit gets him here at the top of the second and he becomes a starter week one in the secondary. 

2.35 New York Jets: Nakobe Dean, LB, Georgia

Dean has been billed as a first rounder for months, but an untimely injury that has prevented him from working out for teams seems poised to knock him out of the first round. This a coup for a Jets team working with two converted safeties at linebacker (Hamsah Nasirildeen and Jamien Sherwood).

2.36 New York Giants: David Ojabo, EDGE, Michigan

If it wasn’t for the heartbreaking Achilles injury, Ojabo is a top 15 pick. Instead the Giants take a chance on him in the second and allow him to rehabilitate and come back next year to play opposite of Azeez Ojulari. 

2.37 Houston Texans: Jahan Dotson, WR, Penn State

Brandin Cooks is still under-appreciated but can’t catch every ball Davis Mills throws this season. Dotson is a savvy playmaker that will help open up the offense more for Houston and give their QB more than one dynamic target. 

2.38 New York Jets: Roger McCreary, CB, Auburn

I like the corner group in New York, especially after the addition of former Seahawk DJ Reed. That said, the goal should still be adding talent for a Jets team that has lacked it across the board for a few years. If that means someone like 2021 sixth rounder Brandin Echols gets pushed into more of a depth role, then so be it.

2.39 Chicago Bears: Christian Watson, WR, North Dakota State

Somebody please help Justin Fields. The Bears have not done much to help their franchise QB out. Watson has been one of the draft’s biggest winners throughout the process and can give Fields a nice tandem with Darnell Mooney and the North Dakota State standout. 

2.40 Seattle Seahawks: Arnold Ebiketie, EDGE, Penn State

This pick just screams Seahawks. Big, long, and athletic pass rusher. Seattle has lacked consistent pass rush for years so finding guys to help get to the QBs in this very stacked division is key for this team. 

2.41 Seattle Seahawks: Tariq Woolen, CB, UTSA

Another player that fits exactly what Seattle looks for in their prospects. Long, athletic, and fast defensive backs. Woolen has wowed scouts with his incredible testing numbers and has the athletic tools to translate to the fast NFL game. 

2.42 Indianapolis Colts: Bernhard Raimann, OT, Central Michigan

Left tackle is a mess right now for the Colts, and has been since Anthony Castonzo retired. Eric Fisher was the expected replacement, but currently remains unsigned. Raimann isn’t exactly plug-and-play but gives the Colts some options to protect Matt Ryan on the left side moving forward. 

2.43 Atlanta Falcons: Matt Corral, QB, Mississippi

This pick seems like a prime spot to wait and see which QB trickles down to your selection. Marcus Mariota is fine, probably, but he’s not anything more than a bridge. Maybe the goal is to wait until 2023, but Atlanta is one of the unlucky teams with a QB need and a singular 2023 first rounder to their name. Might as well take the shot now.

2.44 Cleveland Browns: Logan Hall, IDL, Houston

The Browns currently have four interior linemen on the entire roster. Jordan Elliott, Sheldon Day, Tommy Togiai, Taven Bryan. That’s it! Considering none of those players are what I would call good, let’s spring for Hall. If you’re surprised this isn’t Devonte Wyatt, consider that Wyatt turned 23 in March and is therefore likely completely off the Browns board.

2.45 Baltimore Ravens: Devonte Wyatt, IDL, Georgia

With Calais Campbell and Michael Pierce both on the roster this pick might be a head scratcher, but Campbell can’t play forever and Pierce hasn’t played more than 10 games in a season since 2019. Adding Wyatt allows the Ravens to rotate lineman on the interior to keep guys fresh and gives them a future when Campbell does decide to hang it up. 

2.46 Minnesota Vikings: Boye Mafe, EDGE, Minnesota

Adding Za’Darius Smith to play next to Danielle Hunter is a fun move and solidifies the starting lineup for Minnesota, but they’re a team that really lacks consistent depth and pass rush ability past those two names. Mafe is a quick athletic freak that blew up the draft process and has gotten some late round one buzz. This pick gives Minnesota the third situational pass rusher they have needed that last few seasons. 

2.47 Washington Commanders: Jaquan Brisker, S, Penn State

The Commanders cut Landon Collins and now have a hole at one of their safety spots. Jaquan Brisker and Kamren Curl create a very young safety tandem for a Washington team that lacks a lot of star power in their secondary. 

2.48 Chicago Bears: Kyler Gordon, CB, Washington

In a division with Justin Jefferson and Adam Thielen as well as the emerging Amon-Ra St. Brown (Sammy Watkins is also here now too if that matters), having good corners seems to be a good idea. Jaylon Johnson is going to be a good corner for a long time but outside of him the Bears have a lot of rotational pieces. Gordon has all the developmental and athletic traits to play inside and out and give the Bears some more secondary help. 

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2.49 Minnesota Vikings: Jalen Pitre, S, Baylor

I do not have a second round grade on Jalen Pitre, but I have also accepted he’s going to go a lot higher than where I have him listed. Minnesota is an ideal situation for Pitre and his skillset. He can line up as the starter opposite of Harrison Smith, play the nickel, or give Minnesota extra help underneath. 

2.50 Baltimore Ravens: Daniel Faalele, OT, Minnesota

The Ravens have a thing for big offensive lineman, and both Morgan Moses and Ja’Wuan James have potential outs on their contracts after this year. Faalele gives them an option to plug in at right tackle if either one gets hurt or they both are let go at the end of the season. 

2.51 Philadelphia Eagles: Chad Muma, LB, Wyoming

Linebacker isn’t a premium position for the Eagles despite the fact that they’ve had the worst group in the league for a few seasons running at this point. Adding Kyzir White helps a bit, but he’s under contract for just one season. Muma gives them a true building block at the position.

2.52 Pittsburgh Steelers: George Pickens, WR, Georgia

The Steelers always do their homework on wide receivers and they have done a lot of work on George Pickens, who Steelers WR coach Frisman Jackson spent a lot of time with at Georgia’s pro day. Pickens, when healthy, is one of the best pass catchers in this draft class. Injury history and whispers of off-field concerns pushes him down into round two here. 

2.53 Green Bay Packers: Travis Jones, IDL, UConn

Outside of Kenny Clark, there’s really not much happening on the interior for the Packers. Jarran Reed is a recognizable name but he struggled in 2021. Jones performed well against high level competition at the Senior Bowl, which should alleviate some concerns that come with being from UConn.

2.54 New England Patriots: Perrion Winfrey, IDL, Oklahoma

Outside of Christian Barmore, the Patriots don’t have much long term stability on the defensive interior. Davon Godchaux is a free agent at the end of the season and Lawrence Guy is already 32. Winfrey is a dominant and powerful player to pair next to Barmore on the interior for years to come. 

2.55 Arizona Cardinals: Nik Bonitto, EDGE, Oklahoma

Dennis Gardeck and Markus Golden make up a weird starting EDGE duo that I don’t feel great about. Gardeck had 7 sacks in 2020 but has struggled to stay healthy since. Golden hit double digit sacks for the third time in his career in 2021 but isn’t a player I think of as a standout. Adding Bonitto provides some more juice to help piece together the production of the departed Chandler Jones.

2.56 Dallas Cowboys: Skyy Moore, WR, Western Michigan

The Cowboys love their WRs, and with the consensus first round WRs gone before their pick at 24, they wait until round two to attack the position. Moore offers speed and essentially becomes the Cedrick Wilson replacement in the offense moving forward.  

2.57 Buffalo Bills: Breece Hall, RB, Iowa State

I refuse to entertain the thought of Buffalo going for Hall in the first round, but it’s much more palatable here. Perhaps the former Cyclone doesn’t fall this far, but if he does, he’d provide a much needed boost to a Bills run game that was a weak spot a year ago.

2.58 Atlanta Falcons: John Metchie III, WR, Alabama

Metchie is still recovering from an ACL tear, but he should be ready early in the season. Atlanta could benefit from his small slide and add a potential #1 option on the boundary to elevate a moribund receiving corps.

2.59 Green Bay Packers: Christian Harris, LB, Alabama

De’Vondre Campbell made his first All-Pro team a season ago, but the other off-ball linebacker spot in Green Bay is currently occupied by Krys Barnes. Nothing against Barnes, but he’s probably better off as a depth player.

2.60 Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Trey McBride, TE, Colorado State

Rob Gronkowski still hasn’t decided whether or not he’s going to retire according to an interview at the Kid’s Choice Awards. That’s not a joke, that’s just Gronk. Anyhow, McBride is the most complete TE in the class and would fit seamlessly as a Gronk replacement for the Bucs.

2.61 San Francisco 49ers: Josh Paschal, EDGE/DL, Kentucky

Paschal has had a quiet process, but those in the know seem confident that he’ll be off the board in the top 75. The outside/inside versatility is reminiscent of players the 49ers have fallen in love with before, such as Solomon Thomas and Arik Armstead.

2.62 Kansas City Chiefs: DeMarvin Leal, IDL, Texas A&M

The Kansas City defensive front has been underwhelming in recent years. Adding Jackson in the first and now Leal in the second gives them some juice and versatility next to Frank Clark and Chris Jones on the defensive side of the ball. 

2.63 Cincinnati Bengals: Cameron Jurgens, IOL, Nebraska

After getting sniped by Baltimore in round one for Tyler Linderbaum, Cincinnati capitalizes on getting their starting center in round two with Nebraska’s Cam Jurgens. Jurgens also offers guard flexibility if the Bengals need some help there as well. 

2.64 Denver Broncos: Abraham Lucas, OT, Washington State

Right tackle is a massive hole on this Denver Broncos team (sorry Denver fans but Billy Turner isn’t the answer). Lucas can come in and compete for a starting job week one and solidify the right side.

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3.65 Jacksonville Jaguars: Phidarian Mathis, IDL, Alabama

Not a lot of good depth on the defensive line in Jacksonville. Mathis could push Malcom Brown for a starting role from the jump.

3.66 Detroit Lions: Calvin Austin III, WR, Memphis

I just think this pick is fun. Amon-Ra St.Brown and Calvin Austin dicing up defenses over the top is exciting. 

3.67 New York Giants: Dylan Parham, IOL, Memphis

The Giants interior has a lot of room for improvement and is aging. Parham can slide right in at center day one if he’s asked. 

3.68 Houston Texans: Kenneth Walker III, RB, Michigan State

The Texans have a lot of “guys” at running back (Marlon Mack, Rex Burkhead), but nobody to be the workhorse to take the bulk of the carries. Insert Kenneth Walker. 

3.69 New York Jets: Darian Kinnard, OT, Kentucky

While the Jets may be telling the truth about how much they like George Fant, his contract is up after the season. Adding another mauling option at right tackle gives them flexibility.

3.70 Jacksonville Jaguars: Luke Fortner, IOL, Kentucky

Brandon Linder was Jacksonville’s latest veteran cap casualty, leaving them without a starting center. Fortner has been underrated as an option there throughout the draft process.

3.71 Chicago Bears: Cameron Thomas, EDGE, San Diego State

The Bears defensive front went through a massive overhaul this offseason letting go of key pieces like Akiem Hicks and Eddie Goldman on the interior. Thomas offers inside and outside flexibility and likely starts opposite Robert Quinn week one. 

3.72 Seattle Seahawks: Leo Chenal, LB, Wisconsin

Chenal is a name that could be picked a lot higher than this, but Seattle finds their potential Bobby Wagner replacement in the third. 

3.73 Indianapolis Colts: Alec Pierce, WR, Cincinnati

Outside of Michael Pittman Jr., the best receiving option for Matt Ryan is Jonathan Taylor. Pierce gives the Colts a WR2 to line up on the outside to give Ryan another target. 

3.74 Atlanta Falcons: Isaiah Spiller, RB, Texas A&M

The Athletic’s Dane Brugler has Spiller tumbling into the fifth round, so maybe this is jumping the gun. However, Mike Davis underwhelmed last season, which means Atlanta could look to add a bruiser to complement Cordarrelle Patterson.

3.75 Denver Broncos: Troy Andersen, LB, Montana State

Andersen is a name that fans should get used to hearing because come Draft Day it wouldn’t surprise me to see him gone by the end of round two. Denver finds a potential starting linebacker here. 

3.76 Baltimore Ravens: Coby Bryant, CB, Cincinnati

Bryant is a top 64 player for me on my board and with both Marlon Humphrey and Marcus Peters coming off of injuries, the Ravens need all the corner help they can get. 

3.77 New Orleans Saints: Wan’Dale Robinson, WR, Kentucky

We saw in 2021 that New Orleans’ wide receiver corps outside of Michael Thomas is suspect. Robinson gives the Saints a downfield threat that will give Jameis Winston the chance to showcase his deep passing acumen.

3.78 Cleveland Browns: Kingsley Enagbare, EDGE, South Carolina

Jadeveon Clowney may still be coming back, but for the time being EDGE2 in Cleveland is the recently acquired Chase Winovich. Enagbare bolsters that rotation a bit immediately and has the potential to grow into a legit second starter.

3.79 Los Angeles Chargers: Nicholas Petit-Frere, OT, Ohio State

Right tackle is an issue for the Chargers, who seem poised to move Matt Feiler to the outside without the benefit of the draft. NPF had his fair share of struggles against Michigan, but his recruiting pedigree and starting experience for a blue blood team will convince someone to take a chance around this range.

3.80 Houston Texans: Greg Dulcich, TE, UCLA

Brevin Jordan is currently slated to be the Texans starting TE next year. Dulcich is a better receiving threat and more athletic and gives Davis Mills a nice security blanket. 

3.81 New York Giants: James Cook, RB, Georgia

Saquon Barkley can’t stay healthy and the Giants need a running back that can take some of the bulk of carries away from him. 

3.82 Atlanta Falcons: Nick Cross, S, Maryland

Richie Grant apparently has had issues learning the playbook and the other options at safety are Erik Harris and Dean Marlowe, neither of which I have very much confidence in.

3.83 Philadelphia Eagles: Cam Taylor-Britt, CB, Nebraska

Hope our buddy Matt Alkire is happy with this one! Taylor-Britt is a physical tackler of a corner who some see as a safety. Either way, he’d help out this Eagles secondary.

3.84 Pittsburgh Steelers: Jamaree Salyer, IOL, Georgia

Big Ben took a beating last season and the Steelers still have some holes along the offensive line. Salyer has a chance to compete for a starting job week one to protect Trubisky. 

3.85 New England Patriots: Zyon McCollum, CB, Sam Houston State

Are we really expecting Malcolm Butler to become a thing again? Even if that is the case, the Patriots cornerback room is highly questionable right now. Adding McCollum gives them an elite athlete (scored a perfect 10 RAS score) that has ideal NFL length to play both inside and outside. 

3.86 Las Vegas Raiders: Sean Rhyan, OT/IOL, UCLA

Vegas went all in, bringing in Davante Adams to reunite him with his college QB Derek Carr. The skill position group might be one of the best in the league, but the interior offensive line has some holes. Rhyan is a solid tackle but can be a mean and very good guard in the NFL. 

3.87 Arizona Cardinals: Cole Strange, IOL, Chattanooga

Rodney Hudson is still only 32 despite feeling like he’s been in the league as long as Josh has been alive, but it could be time to start grooming a replacement. Strange can get his feet wet at guard in the meantime.

3.88 Dallas Cowboys: Sam Williams, EDGE, Mississippi

The Cowboys lost Randy Gregory to Denver and although they brought in Dante Fowler as a potential pass rush replacement they need some more bodies. Sam Williams is a very good player with great athleticism and pass rush moves. He would have gone higher if there wasn’t off-field baggage. Dallas has shown to be willing to take the chance on players with off-field issues in the past and here they do so again with Williams. 

3.89 Buffalo Bills: Khalil Shakir, WR, Boise State

Jamison Crowder is a fine slot addition, but I think Shakir could push to take those reps over by the winter. That gives Buffalo three legit receiving threats as they look to avenge their playoff overtime loss to Kansas City.

3.90 Tennessee Titans: Channing Tindall, LB, Georgia

Tennessee’s linebacker group is thin, with noted pass coverage albatross Zach Cunningham currently slated to take one starting job. Tindall has the versatility to blitz, stop the run, and cover at a high enough level to push for the other spot.

3.91 Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Marcus Jones, CB, Houston

Doubling up on corner depth because there’s unfortunately not another Day 2 worthy IDL on the board here. Jones would really be headed to Tampa to fix up the return game, which sputtered when handed over to 2021 rookie Jaelon Darden.

3.92 Green Bay Packers: Jalen Tolbert, WR, South Alabama

Finally we get to a receiver for the Packers, who have lost both Davante Adams and Marquez Valdes-Scantling to the AFC West. Tolbert isn’t a lock for the top 100, but with the way the WRs are coming off the board in this one, I could see him sneak in.

3.93 San Francisco 49ers: Alontae Taylor, CB, Tennessee

The Niners love fast corners and could probably add to afford another contributor to a pass defense that was 18th in DVOA a season ago. Taylor ran a 4.36 at the combine and has some sneaky good tape on file.

3.94 Baltimore Ravens: DeAngelo Malone, EDGE, Western Kentucky

The Ravens like to use a variety of pass rushers in their scheme on a weekly basis. Malone has high upside and can be a designated pass rusher for the Ravens. 

3.95 Cincinnati Bengals: Jeremy Ruckert, TE, Ohio State

CJ Uzomah left for the New York Jets via free agency, and although the team signed Hayden Hurst this offseason he’s only on a one year contract. Ruckert was very reliable at Ohio State and can potentially become the next security blanket for Joe Burrow. 

3.96 Denver Broncos: Jelani Woods, TE, Virginia

Denver traded away Noah Fant as a part of the deal to acquire Russell Wilson. With Albert Okwuegbunam expected to fill the starting role, Woods can step into the secondary tight end option role and potentially get some starting reps. 

3.97 Detroit Lions: Brian Asamoah II, LB, Oklahoma

It feels like Detroit has needed some help at linebacker for the better part of the last decade. Alex Anzalone is a coaches favorite and Derrick Barnes has potential but extra depth at the position is needed. Asamoah is a good athlete that could potentially finding starting time. 

3.98 New Orleans Saints: Bryan Cook, S, Cincinnati

Malcolm Jenkins (retirement) and Marcus Williams (free agency) have departed. Marcus Maye is a nice addition to solve one of those problems, while adding Cook could very well help solve the other.

3.99 Cleveland Browns: Kerby Joseph, S, Illinois

The Browns seem to want to be running dime on every down, and to do that you need a ton of bodies in the secondary. With the injury history of Grant Delpit and inconsistent play of Ronnie Harrison, Joseph could be seeing a lot more of the field than some expect.

3.100 Baltimore Ravens: Darrian Beavers, LB, Cincinnati

Cincinnati gets another player drafted here with athletic linebacker Darrian Beavers. Baltimore needs some guys next to Patrick Queen on the second level and Beavers can help with that. 

3.101 Philadelphia Eagles: Cade Otton, TE, Washington

Dallas Goedert is in roughly the same stage of his career that Zach Ertz was when Philly drafted Goedert. Sticking to that same plan could result in adding Otton, who has gone under the radar due to a foot injury suffered late in his final season.

3.102 Miami Dolphins: Luke Goedeke, IOL, Central Michigan

The Dolphins dart throw at offensive line seems doomed to continue. In this case, I like the addition of Goedeke, who has guard/tackle flexibility and helps Miami grow slightly closer to playing five serviceable linemen simultaneously.

3.103 Kansas City Chiefs: Akayleb Evans, CB, Missouri

The Chiefs depth at corner is not great. In a division with DaVante Adams, Hunter Renfrow, Keenan Allen, Mike Williams, Courtland Sutton, and Jerry Jeudy, you need corners on the boundary. Evans is a solid corner that can play inside and out. 

3.104 Los Angeles Rams: Myjai Sanders, EDGE, Cincinnati

Sometimes I forget that the Rams are allowed to draft players. Ogbonnia Okoronkwo departs in free agency, leaving some EDGE snaps up for grabs for the likes of Sanders. The Cincinnati product was once billed as high as the top 40 before concerns over his ability to keep weight on a rail thin frame surfaced.

3.105 San Francisco 49ers: Ed Ingram, IOL, LSU

Ingram on the field is good enough to get drafted well before this selection. Ingram off the field is bad enough that I could see him fall further than this selection. This feels like the middle ground for a 49ers team currently slated to start Colton McKivitz at guard.

4.106 Jacksonville Jaguars: Rasheed Walker, OT, Penn State

4.107 Houston Texans: Dominique Robinson, EDGE, Miami (OH)

4.108 Houston Texans: Joshua Williams, CB, Fayetteville State

4.109 Seattle Seahawks: Carson Strong, QB, Nevada

4.110 Baltimore Ravens: David Bell, WR, Purdue

4.111 New York Jets: Tyler Allgeier, RB, BYU

4.112 New York Giants: Matt Araiza, P, San Diego State

4.113 Washington Commanders: Tariq Castro-Fields, CB, Penn State

4.114 Atlanta Falcons: Matthew Butler, IDL, Tennessee

4.115 Denver Broncos: Amare Barno, EDGE, Virginia Tech

4.116 Denver Broncos: Bailey Zappe, QB, Western Kentucky

4.117 New York Jets: John Ridgeway, IDL, Arkansas

4.118 Cleveland Browns: Daniel Bellinger, TE, San Diego State

4.119 Kansas City Chiefs: Tycen Anderson, S, Toledo

4.120 New Orleans Saints: Zamir White, RB, Georgia

4.121 Kansas City Chiefs: Max Mitchell, OT, Louisiana

4.122 Indianapolis Colts: Damarri Mathis, CB, Pitt

4.123 Los Angeles Chargers: Jalyn Armour-Davis, CB, Alabama

4.124 Philadelphia Eagles: Neil Farrell Jr., IDL, LSU

4.125 Miami Dolphins: JoJo Domann, LB, Nebraska

4.126 Las Vegas Raiders: Danny Gray, WR, SMU

4.127 New England Patriots: Joshua Ezeudu, IOL, North Carolina

4.128 Baltimore Ravens: Alex Wright, EDGE, UAB

4.129 Dallas Cowboys: Charlie Kolar, TE, Iowa State

4.130 Buffalo Bills: Terrel Bernard, LB, Baylor

4.131 Tennessee Titans: Velus Jones Jr., WR, Tennessee

4.132 Green Bay Packers: Christopher Allen, EDGE, Alabama

4.133 Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Otito Ogbonnia, IDL, UCLA

4.134 San Francisco 49ers: JT Woods, S, Baylor

4.135 Kansas City Chiefs: Jake Ferguson, TE, Wisconsin

4.136 Cincinnati Bengals: Braxton Jones, OT, Southern Utah

4.137 Carolina Panthers: Dare Rosenthal, OT, Kentucky

4.138 Pittsburgh Steelers: Cordale Flott, CB, LSU

4.139 Baltimore Ravens: Marquis Hayes, IOL, Oklahoma

4.140 Green Bay Packers: James Mitchell, TE, Virginia Tech

4.141 Baltimore Ravens: Martin Emerson, CB, Mississippi State

4.142 Los Angeles Rams: Zach Tom, IOL, Wake Forest

4.143 Tennessee Titans: Chigoziem Okonkwo, TE, Maryland

5.144 Carolina Panthers: Lecitus Smith, IOL, Virginia Tech

5.145 Denver Broncos: Tyler Badie, RB, Missouri

5.146 New York Jets: Micheal Clemons, EDGE, Texas A&M

5.147 New York Giants: Mike Rose, LB, Iowa State

5.148 Chicago Bears: Kellen Diesch, OT, Arizona State

5.149 Carolina Panthers: Dane Belton, S, Iowa

5.150 Chicago Bears: Jesse Luketa, LB, Penn State

5.151 Atlanta Falcons: Erik Ezukanma, WR, Texas Tech

5.152 Seattle Seahawks: Ben Brown, IOL, Mississippi

5.153 Seattle Seahawks: Kyren Williams, RB, Notre Dame

5.154 Philadelphia Eagles: Dohnovan West, IOL, Arizona State

5.155 Dallas Cowboys: Eric Johnson, IDL, Missouri State

5.156 Minnesota Vikings: Bo Melton, WR, Rutgers

5.157 Jacksonville Jaguars: Justyn Ross, WR, Clemson

5.158 New England Patriots: Josh Jobe, CB, Alabama

5.159 Indianapolis Colts: Isaiah Likely, TE, Coastal Carolina

5.160 Los Angeles Chargers: Tyquan Thornton, WR, Baylor

5.161 New Orleans Saints: Eyioma Uwazurike, IDL, Iowa State

5.162 Philadelphia Eagles: Pierre Strong Jr., RB, South Dakota State

5.163 New York Jets: Percy Butler, S, Louisiana

5.164 Las Vegas Raiders: Jaylen Watson, CB, Washington State

5.165 Las Vegas Raiders: Brandon Smith, LB, Penn State

5.166 Philadelphia Eagles: Kalon Barnes, CB, Baylor

5.167 Dallas Cowboys: Cade York, K, LSU

5.168 Buffalo Bills: Kalia Davis, IDL, UCF

5.169 Tennessee Titans: Kyle Philips, WR, UCLA

5.170 Houston Texans: Spencer Burford, OT, UTSA

5.171 Green Bay Packers: Kevin Austin Jr., WR, Notre Dame

5.172 San Francisco 49ers: Dameon Pierce, RB, Florida

5.173 New York Giants: Yusuf Corker, S, Kentucky

5.174 Cincinnati Bengals: Isaiah Thomas, EDGE, Oklahoma

5.175 Los Angeles Rams: Ryan Van Demark, OT, UConn

5.176 Dallas Cowboys: Malcolm Rodriguez, LB, Oklahoma State

5.177 Detroit Lions: Tyreke Smith, EDGE, Ohio State

5.178 Dallas Cowboys: Obinna Eze, OT, TCU

5.179 Indianapolis Colts: Kaleb Eleby, QB, Western Michigan

6.180 Jacksonville Jaguars: Cole Turner, TE, Nevada

6.181 Detroit Lions: Mario Goodrich, CB, Clemson

6.182 New York Giants: Romeo Doubs, WR, Nevada

6.183 New England Patriots: Thayer Munford, IOL, Ohio State

6.184 Minnesota Vikings: Haskell Garrett, IDL, Ohio State

6.185 Buffalo Bills: Jordan Stout, P, Penn State

6.186 Chicago Bears: Brian Robinson Jr., RB, Alabama

6.187 San Francisco 49ers: Jalen Nailor, WR, Michigan State

6.188 Jacksonville Jaguars: Verone McKinley III, S, Oregon

6.189 Washington Commanders: Jeremiah Gemmel, LB, North Carolina

6.190 Atlanta Falcons: DaRon Bland, CB, Fresno State

6.191 Minnesota Vikings: Justin Shaffer, IOL, Georgia

6.192 Minnesota Vikings: Chase Lucas, CB, Arizona State

6.193 Dallas Cowboys: Smoke Monday, S, Auburn

6.194 New Orleans Saints: D’Marco Jackson, LB, Appalachian State

6.195 Los Angeles Chargers: Kyron Johnson, LB/EDGE, Kansas

6.196 Baltimore Ravens: Delarrin Turner-Yell, S, Oklahoma

6.197 Jacksonville Jaguars: Rachaad White, RB, Arizona State

6.198 Jacksonville Jaguars: Gabe Brkic, K, Oklahoma

6.199 Carolina Panthers: Thomas Booker, IDL, Stanford

6.200 New England Patriots: Jeffrey Gunter, EDGE, Coastal Carolina

6.201 Arizona Cardinals: Derion Kendrick, CB, Georgia

6.202 Cleveland Browns: Matt Henningsen, IDL, Wisconsin

6.203 Buffalo Bills: Logan Bruss, IOL, Wisconsin

6.204 Tennessee Titans: Ja’Tyre Carter, IOL, Southern

6.205 Houston Texans: Zachary Carter, IDL, Florida

6.206 Denver Broncos: Juanyeh Thomas, S, Georgia Tech

6.207 Houston Texans: Makai Polk, WR, Mississippi State

6.208 Pittsburgh Steelers: Jerome Ford, RB, Cincinnati

6.209 Cincinnati Bengals: David Anenih, EDGE/DL, Houston

6.210 New England Patriots: James Houston IV, LB/EDGE, Jackson State

6.211 Los Angeles Rams: Decobie Durant, CB, South Carolina State

6.212 Los Angeles Rams: Hassan Haskins, RB, Michigan

6.213 Atlanta Falcons: Aaron Hansford, LB, Texas A&M

6.214 Los Angeles Chargers: Jake Camarda, P, Georgia

6.215 Arizona Cardinals: Tyrion Davis-Price, RB, LSU

6.216 Indianapolis Colts: Luiji Vilain, EDGE, Wake Forest

6.217 Detroit Lions: Andrew Stueber, OT/IOL, Michigan

6.218 Los Angeles Rams: Micah McFadden, LB, Indiana

6.219 Tennessee Titans: EJ Perry, QB, Brown

6.220 San Francisco 49ers: Grant Calcaterra, TE, SMU

6.221 San Francisco 49ers: Chris Paul, IOL, Tulsa

7.222 Jacksonville Jaguars: Dai’Jean Dixon, WR, Nicholls State

7.223 Cleveland Browns: Jack Sanborn, LB, Wisconsin

7.224 Miami Dolphins: Keaontay Ingram, RB, USC

7.225 Pittsburgh Steelers: Cordell Volson, OT, North Dakota State

7.226 Cincinnati Bengals: Damone Clark, LB, LSU

7.227 Las Vegas Raiders: Curtis Brooks, IDL, Cincinnati

7.228 Green Bay Packers: Alec Lindstrom, IOL, Boston College

7.229 Seattle Seahawks: Charleston Rambo, WR, Miami

7.230 Washington Commanders: Cade Mays, IOL, Tennessee

7.231 Buffalo Bills: Esezi Otomewo, EDGE, Minnesota

7.232 Denver Broncos: Bryce Watts, CB, UMass

7.233 Kansas City Chiefs: Ty Chandler, RB, North Carolina

7.234 Detroit Lions: Chasen Hines, IOL, LSU

7.235 Jacksonville Jaguars: Mykael Wright, CB, Oregon

7.236 Los Angeles Chargers: Armani Rogers, TE, Ohio

7.237 Philadelphia Eagles: Bubba Bolden, S, Miami

7.238 Los Angeles Rams: Tanner Conner, WR, Idaho State

7.239 Indianapolis Colts: Quentin Lake, S, UCLA

7.240 Washington Commanders: Jack Coan, QB, Notre Dame

7.241 Pittsburgh Steelers: Zakoby McClain, LB, Auburn

7.242 Carolina Panthers: Gregory Junior, CB, Ouachita Baptist

7.243 Kansas City Chiefs: Jake Hummel, LB, Iowa State

7.244 Arizona Cardinals: Matt Waletzko, OT, North Dakota

7.245 New England Patriots: Chance Campbell, LB, Mississippi

7.246 Cleveland Browns: Connor Heyward, FB, Michigan State

7.247 Miami Dolphins: Jaivon Heiligh, WR, Coastal Carolina

7.248 Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Jason Poe, IOL, Mercer

7.249 Green Bay Packers: Jeremiah Hall, FB, Oklahoma

7.250 Minnesota Vikings: Zachary Thomas, OT/IOL, San Diego State

7.251 Kansas City Chiefs: Vincent Gray, CB, Michigan

7.252 Cincinnati Bengals: Tariq Carpenter, LB, Georgia Tech

7.253 Los Angeles Rams: Cal Adomitis, LS, Pitt

7.254 Los Angeles Chargers: Isaiah Weston, WR, Northern Iowa

7.255 Los Angeles Chargers: Abram Smith, RB, Baylor

7.256 Arizona Cardinals: Austin Allen, TE, Nebraska

7.257 Arizona Cardinals: Dallis Flowers, CB, Pittsburg State

7.258 Green Bay Packers: ZaQuandre White, RB, South Carolina

7.259 Kansas City Chiefs: Dawson Deaton, IOL, Texas Tech

7.260 Los Angeles Chargers: Carson Wells, EDGE, Colorado

7.261 Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Tyler Goodson, RB, Iowa

7.262 San Francisco 49ers: Jayden Peevy, IDL, Texas A&M

Top UDFAs

QB: Brock Purdy, Dustin Crum, Aqeel Glass, Skylar Thompson, Cole Kelley, Chris Oladokun, Cole Johnson

RB: D’vonte Price, Sincere McCormick, Jerrion Ealy, Jashaun Corbin, Kevin Harris, Max Borghi, Zonovan Knight, Isiah Pacheco, CJ Verdell, Kennedy Brooks, Trestan Ebner, Snoop Conner

FB: Clint Ratkovich

WR: Samori Toure, Jerreth Sterns, Reggie Roberson Jr., Dontario Drummond, Tre Turner, Braylon Sanders, Josh Johnson, Slade Bolden, Jaquarii Roberson, Dareke Young, Kalil Pimpleton, Jequez Ezzard

TE: Jalen Wydermyer, Derrick Deese Jr., Lucas Krull, Gerrit Prince, Teagan Quitoriano, Trae Barry, John FitzPatrick, Ko Kieft

OT: Austin Deculus, Nick Zakelj, Luke Tenuta, Bamidele Olaseni, Vederian Lowe, Tyler Vrabel, Andrew Rupcich, Jean Delance, Alex Akingbulu, Alec Anderson

IOL: Luke Wattenberg, James Empey, Brock Hoffman, Nick Ford, Hayden Howerton, Tyrese Robinson, William Dunkle, Marcus McKethan

IDL: Christopher Hinton, Marquan McCall, Noah Elliss, Myron Tagovailoa-Amosa, LaBryan Ray, Jordan Jackson, Keyshawn James, CJ Brewer

EDGE: Tyree Johnson, Tre Williams, Ali Fayad, Jeremiah Moon, Aaron Mosby, Clarence Hicks, De’Shaan Dixon, Isaiah Chambers

LB: Nephi Sewell, Josh Ross, Nate Landman, Baylon Spector, Khalan Tolson, Isaiah Graham-Mobley, Diego Fagot, Kana’i Mauga

CB: Jermaine Waller, Josh Thompson, Damarion Williams, Jack Jones, Isaac Taylor-Stuart, Kyler McMichael, Ja’Quan McMillian, Chris Steele

S: Leon O’Neal Jr., Markquese Bell, Kolby Harvell-Peel, Isaiah Pola-Mao, Greg Eisworth II, Drew Hartlaub, D’Anthony Bell, Sterling Weatherford

K: Nick Sciba, Andrew Mevis, Cameron Dicker, Parker White

P: Tommy Heatherly, Ryan Stonehouse, Daniel Whelan, John Haggerty III, Trenton Gill

LS: Jordan Silver, Ross Reiter, Cameron Kaye, Antonio Ortiz, Daniel Cantrell

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