2020 NFL Mock Draft (7 Rounds)

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Mar. 22, 2020

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The NFL offseason has begun to slow and we are just one week from the NFL Draft. An NFL Draft that may be unlike any we've ever seen, since all teams are doing the draft virtually instead of at their team facilities. Coronavirus has brought the sports world to a screeching halt for every league but the NFL. Still, evaluating draft prospects has never been more challenging for teams than it was for this draft, teams will be relying mostly on game tape and combine numbers (if the player was even invited to the Combine). Trades may not be nearly as plentiful, and hacking draft rooms will become a worry amongst teams.

I know one thing's for sure, it will be pure entertainment and I'll be locked in the entire draft (partially because my favorite team is picking number one). With all that being said, here's my seven round 2020 NFL Mock Draft!

1) Cincinnati Bengals: Joe Burrow, Quarterback, LSU.

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-Joe Burrow will be the first overall pick in the 2020 NFL Draft, make no mistake of it. The media has just created a controversy of who will be the team to select him. I hate to break it to anyone who thinks otherwise, but there's a 99.9% chance it's the Cincinnati Bengals. Joe Burrow's strengths fit perfectly with second year Head coach Zac Taylor's offensive scheme, the Bengals opted to go defense in free agency so they could build a draft around Burrow, and Burrow said at the NFL Combine that he will play for whoever drafts him. Burrow will bring hope to a fan base that has lacked it for a long time and will put fans in the seats of Paul Brown Stadium. The Burrow-Cincinnati marriage is just one that makes too much sense for the Bengals to pass up.

2) Washington Redskins: Chase Young, Defensive end, Ohio State.

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-New Redskins Head coach Ron Rivera created a huge controversy this offseason by saying the Redskins will consider all options for this draft, including drafting a Quarterback. I can only think of two reasons he'd say these thing, he's either serious or he's trying to bait a team into trading way too much to move up to the no.2 pick. So I do think this pick has the potential to be traded. In the event it's not, the Redskins can't afford to pass on a generational talent like Young. Young is the highest graded prospect in PFF history, and is seen as a star in the making by all major NFL analysts. NFC East Quarterbacks are not going to be happy going against Young for years to come.

3) Detroit Lions: Jeff Okudah, Cornerback, Ohio State.

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-This pick is almost 100% expected to be traded, and in particular, traded to the Miami Dolphins. I expect Okudah to be the Lions pick no matter if they stay put at 3 or move down to 5. Trading Darius Slay Jr. this offseason leaves a big opening for corner on this Lions team. Okudah is hands down the best Cornerback prospect in this draft.

4) New York Giants: Tristan Wirfs, Offensive tackle, Iowa.

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-In the last two years the Giants have took their future Running back and Quarterback, so it makes sense for them to take an offensive tackle to help those guys out this year. The jury is still out on who's the best offensive tackle in this draft, and I personally think any of the top four offensive tackles would be fine for the Giants here.

5) Miami Dolphins: Tua Tagovailoa, Quarterback, Alabama.

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-Do the Dolphins really love Tua? This is a question to be had now that it's so well known the Dolphins have interest in trading for the no.1 pick, presumably to take Joe Burrow. If they can't move up to no no.1, and I don't think they will, do they trade up to no.3 and take Tua or stay put and draft Justin Herbert from Oregon? In a mock without trades that question doesn't necessarily need to be answered. But, I'm going to side with the first option. Tua's medicals have come back looking positive and his rare skillset makes him a logical pick for the Dolphins.

6) Los Angeles Chargers: Justin Herbert, Quarterback, Oregon.

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- It's been pretty much presumed at this point that the Chargers will take Justin Herbert from Oregon or Tua Tagovailoa if he slides past Miami. They may also consider Utah State's Jordan Love but Herbert is the safer bet here. The Chargers need to gain fans in LA. A strong armed, mobile Justin Herbert would be a step in the right direction for the Chargers.

7) Carolina Panthers: Isaiah Simmons, Linebacker/Safety, Clemson.

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-The Panthers have to do something to replace Luke Kuechly after his surprise retirement. Simmons is my favorite defensive prospect in this entire draft, and would be the best replacement for Kuechly possible. His natural instinct to follow the ball as a defender makes him a candidate to have 100+ tackles and multiple interceptions in any given season, and his speed allows him to keep up with read option Quarterbacks.

8) Arizona Cardinals: Andrew Thomas, Offensive tackle, Georgia.

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-For awhile it seemed like the Cardinals would take Wide receiver CeeDee Lamb out of Oklahoma, pairing him with Kyler Murray, his former college quarterback. After trading for star receiver DeAndre Hopkins that's not happening. This pick is almost guaranteed to be an Offensive tackle, but which one? At one point he was seen as the slam dunk first tackle to be taken in this draft but since, he's slid in mock drafts. I'll say Thomas slides up a bit but isn't going to be the first tackle off the board.

9) Jacksonville Jaguars: Derrick Brown, Defensive tackle, Auburn.

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-If Isaiah Simmons isn't the Panthers pick, he'd likely be the pick here. But since I have the Panthers picking Simmons, Derrick Brown would make a lot of sense for the Jaguars. The Jaguars tore apart their entire defense this offseason, and have needs everywhere on that side of the ball. Brown is seen as the best defensive tackle in this draft and would be the a good pick for the Jaguars here.

10) Cleveland Browns: Mekhi Becton, Offensive tackle, Louisville.

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-Analyzing Offensive linemen has never been my biggest strength, but I love Mekhi Becton. He has a ton of strength and rare speed for his 6'7", 368 pound frame. Becton is my favorite Offensive tackle in this draft by a long shot. The Browns will be thankful they took Becton for years to come.

11) New York Jets: Jedrick Wills Jr., Offensive tackle, Alabama.

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-As crazy as it sounds, Wills could be in play for the Giants at no.4, that's how close the top four offensive tackles in this draft are. However, I think that'd be a serious reach and this seems like a good spot for Wills. The Jets are very likely to take one of the top four offensive tackles, and Wills is last one available here.

12) Las Vegas Raiders: CeeDee Lamb, Wide receiver, Oklahoma.

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-Lamb is seen as the best receiver in this draft by some analysts. I'm personally a big fan myself. The Raiders need to jump at the opportunity to grab a potential no.1 receiver for years to come.

13) San Francisco 49ers (from Indianapolis): Jerry Jeudy, Wide receiver, Alabama.

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- Jerry Jeudy, once seen as a lock to be a top ten pick, has seemed to slip down mocks a little bit. I believe that's just because of how deep this receiver class is. Jeudy is still an elite receiver prospect, and the 49ers have to take him if he's available here.

14) Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Henry Ruggs III, Wide receiver, Alabama.

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-Here is my shocker pick of the first round, the Buccaneers go receiver despite having two 1,000 yard receivers on their roster already. Ruggs III is my favorite receiver in this draft and he has the speed to be a game breaker at any moment. Putting him with Mike Evans and Chris Godwin would give Ruggs the ability to routinely face one-on-one coverage with defensive backs that can't keep up with him. A big reason why Tom Brady left the Patriots was that they didn't give him enough weapons to succeed anymore. The Buccaneers could give him all the weapons to succeed if they take Ruggs here.

15) Denver Broncos: Javon Kinlaw, Defensive line, South Carolina.

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-The Broncos fall victim to the shocker pick I have happening right before they pick. I'm sure their first priority was to find a receiver to pair with Courtland Sutton, but if they can't do that upgrading their interior defensive line makes sense. Kinlaw is the second best defensive lineman in this draft and could help the Broncos all over the defensive line.

16) Atlanta Falcons: C.J. Henderson, Cornerback, Florida.

-The Falcons did some remodeling to their defense this offseason, leaving plenty to be desired for them in this year's draft. One of the Falcons losses this offseason was Cornerback Desmond Trufant and Henderson would be a solid replacement for him. The Falcons defensive rebuild begins here.

17) Dallas Cowboys: K'Lavon Chaisson, Edge rusher, LSU.

-The Cowboys lost Robert Quinn this offseason and didn't do enough to replace him. Chaisson seems to be the popular pick in most mocks. He should definitely be in play here.

18) Miami Dolphins (from Pittsburgh): Josh Jones, Offensive tackle, Houston.

-The Dolphins are going to draft a Quarterback this year and protecting that guy should be their main priority. Jones is a very solid offensive tackle and would make a lot of sense to the Dolphins here.

19) Las Vegas Raiders (from Chicago): Jordan Love, Quarterback, Utah State.

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-Love is seen to have potentially the highest ceiling of any Quarterback in this draft, and likely won't slide this far. The Raiders have the draft capital to trade up for Love and very well might, but that's not necessary in a mock without trades. It is well known that it may take a year or two for Love to be ready as an NFL starter. This is why it makes sense for the Raiders to take him. The Raiders could move on Derek Carr and Marcus Mariota after 2020 with virtually no cap hit. Love would be ready to take over by 2021 and have potentially a huge impact on the Raiders.

20) Jacksonville Jaguars (from Los Angeles Rams): Xavier McKinney, Safety, Alabama.

-The Jaguars could afford to upgrade everywhere on their defense. They've virtually torn apart their entire defense, and McKinney could be a solid building block for them going forward.

21) Philadelphia Eagles: Justin Jefferson, Wide receiver, LSU.

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-Jefferson has been the popular pick for the Eagles in mocks to this point, and it makes perfect sense. Jefferson is a talented receiver and has great draft value after being the main option on a National Championship winning LSU team.

22) Minnesota Vikings (from Buffalo): Denzel Mims, Wide receiver, Baylor.

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-Every year someone comes out of nowhere to become a first rounder because of impressive showings at the Senior Bowl and Combine, this year Denzel Mims is that guy. Mims, one of my favorite receivers in this draft, would help the Vikings replace the newly traded Stefon Diggs.

23) New England Patriots: Zack Baun, Outside linebacker, Wisconsin.

-Quarterback has been the popular pick for the Patriots in a lot of recent mocks and Jordan Love is the one you usually see going to them. I'm here to tell you, there's no way Love lasts that long. The Patriots are not a team to typically trade up either. If the Patriots stay put, linebacker has to be seriously considered here. The Patriots lost Jamie Collins and Kyle Van Noy this offseason, and Baun reminds me a lot of the latter. Baun just seems like Bill Belichick's type of player and he could be a good fit in New England.

24) New Orleans Saints: Patrick Queen, Inside linebacker, LSU.

-I'm sure the Saints would consider Drew Brees heir apparent if there was one here that wouldn't be the reach of the century. The Saints weakest link in their defense has to be linebacker and Queen would be an excellent fit in the middle of their defense.

25) Minnesota Vikings: Jaylon Johnson, Cornerback, Utah.

-The Vikings lost three of their top four corners this offseason; Xavier Rhodes, Trae Waynes, andMackenzie Alexander. If the Vikings don't upgrade at corner in this draft, they'll have to score 30 a game to win. Jaylon Johnson is just the first in multiple cornerbacks I expect the Vikings to take in this draft.

26) Miami Dolphins (from Houston): Jonathan Taylor, Running back, Wisconsin.

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-The Dolphins need to get weapons for their next Quarterback. Taylor is the best running back in this draft, and would take a lot of pressure off of Tua Tagovailoa. Taylor could be the Dolphins workhorse back for years to come.

27) Seattle Seahawks: Yetur Gross-Matos, Edge rusher, Penn State.

-It looks like the Seahawks are probably going to lose Jadeveon Clowney this offseason and if they do, they'll need to fix their pass rush immediately. Gross-Matos would be a solid fit in Seattle and would help them immensely.

28) Baltimore Ravens: Kenneth Murray, Outside linebacker, Oklahoma.

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-The Ravens have very few weaknesses on their roster. One of the only one's is linebacker, where they could afford to upgrade in at least three of four spots. So Kenneth Murray has to be the pick if he's available here. Murray's physical play and natural ability to follow the ball make him a great fit for the Ravens.

29) Tennessee Titans: Kristian Fulton, Cornerback, LSU.

-The Titans look like they're letting Logan Ryan go, having not re-signed him yet to this point. This leaves the Titans with an aging Malcolm Butler and Adoree' Jackson as their best two options on the roster. Fulton gives them a chance to have a no.1 corner for years to come.

30) Green Bay Packers: Jalen Reagor, Wide receiver, TCU.

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-The Packers desperately need an upgrade at receiver. Davante Adams has pretty much carried the entire receiving core since Randall Cobb departed after the 2018 season. Speed kills, and Reagor has plenty of it. It was reported that Reagor ran a 4.22 40-yard dash at his virtual Pro Day, which differs a lot from his 4.47 40-yard at the Combine. Still, Reagor has a solid speed, is a steady receiver, and can help in the return game too. Reagor would be a nice weapon next to Davante Adams.

31) San Francisco 49ers: Cesar Ruiz, Interior offensive line, Michigan.

-I'm sure the 49ers would like to find some defensive line help to ease the loss of DeForest Buckner, but there's really not a defensive tackle worth taking here. So let's give the 49ers the best interior offensive lineman in the draft. The 49ers desperately need an upgrade at guard and Ruiz is very capable of playing there, even though he spent most of his college career at Center. However with a lack of picks and a deep receiver class, don't be surprised if the 49ers trade out of this spot.

32) Kansas City Chiefs: A.J. Terrell, Cornerback, Clemson.

-Kendall Fuller left the Chiefs this offseason for the Washington Redskins, and this leaves the Chiefs with Charvarius Ward and Rashad Fenton as their projected starting corners entering 2020. That's fine if you want to get torched game-after-game. This pick almost certainly has to be a cornerback. Terrell is one of the best corners still on the board and he would fit well in Kansas City.

Round 2

33) Cincinnati Bengals: Brandon Aiyuk, Wide receiver, Arizona State.

34) Indianapolis Colts (from Washington): Tee Higgins, Wide receiver, Clemson.

35) Detroit Lions: A.J. Epenesa, Defensive end, Iowa.

36) New York Giants: Grant Delpit, Safety, LSU.

37) Los Angeles Chargers: Austin Jackson, Offensive tackle, USC.

38) Carolina Panthers: Jeff Gladney, Cornerback, TCU.

39) Miami Dolphins: Isaiah Wilson, Offensive tackle, Georgia.

40) Houston Texans (from Arizona): Ross Blacklock, Defensive tackle, TCU.

41) Cleveland Browns: Antoine Winfield Jr., Safety, Minnesota.

42) Jacksonville Jaguars: Trevon Diggs, Cornerback, Alabama.

43) Chicago Bears: Ezra Cleveland, Offensive tackle, Boise State.

44) Indianapolis Colts: Jeremy Chinn, Safety, Southern Illinois.

45) Tampa Bay Buccaneers: D'Andre Swift, Running back, Georgia.

46) Denver Broncos: Laviska Shenault Jr., Wide receiver, Colorado.

47) Atlanta Falcons: Willie Gay Jr., Outside linebacker, Mississippi State.

48) New York Jets: Julian Okwara, Edge rusher, Notre Dame.

49) Pittsburgh Steelers: Neville Gallimore, Defensive line, Oklahoma.

50) Chicago Bears: Jacob Eason, Quarterback, Washington.

51) Dallas Cowboys: Noah Igbinoghene, Cornerback, Auburn.

52) Los Angeles Rams: Robert Hunt, Offensive guard, Louisiana-Lafayette.

53) Philadelphia Eagles: Ashtyn Davis, Safety, California.

54) Buffalo Bills: Terrell Lewis, Edge rusher, Alabama.

55) Baltimore Ravens (from Atlanta): J.K. Dobbins, Running back, Ohio State.

56) Miami Dolphins (from New Orleans): Michael Pittman, Wide receiver, USC.

57) Los Angeles Rams (from Houston): Cam Akers, Running back, Florida State.

58) Minnesota Vikings: Jonah Jackson, Offensive guard, Ohio State.

59) Seattle Seahawks: Justin Madubuike, Defensive tackle, Texas A&M.

60) Baltimore Ravens: Jordyn Brooks, Inside Linebacker, Texas Tech.

61) Tennessee Titans: Marlon Davidson, Defensive line, Auburn.

62) Green Bay Packers: Cole Kmet, Tight end, Notre Dame.

63) Kansas City Chiefs (from San Francisco): Jabari Zuniga, Edge rusher, Florida.

64) Seattle Seahawks (from Kansas City): Lucas Niang, Offensive tackle, TCU.

Round 3

65) Cincinnati Bengals: Akeem Davis-Gaither, Linebacker, Appalachian State.

66) Washington Redskins: Price Tega Wanogho, Offensive tackle, Auburn.

67) Detroit Lions: Lloyd Cushenberry, Interior offensive line, LSU.

68) New York Jets (from New York Giants): K.J. Hamler, Wide receiver, Penn State.

69) Carolina Panthers: James Lynch, Defensive tackle, Baylor.

70) Miami Dolphins: Davon Hamilton, Defensive tackle, Ohio State.

71) Los Angeles Chargers: Clyde Edwards-Helaire, Running back, LSU.

72) Arizona Cardinals: Chase Claypool, Wide receiver/Tight end, Notre Dame.

73) Jacksonville Jaguars: Josh Uche, Edge rusher, Michigan.

74) Cleveland Browns: Malik Harrison, Inside linebacker, Ohio State.

75) Indianapolis Colts: Jalen Hurts, Quarterback, Oklahoma.

76) Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Damon Arnette, Cornerback, Ohio State.

77) Denver Broncos: Jordan Elliott, Defensive tackle, Missouri.

78) Atlanta Falcons: Damien Lewis, Offensive guard, LSU.

79) New York Jets: Bryce Hall, Cornerback, Virginia.

80) Las Vegas Raiders: Cameron Dantzler, Cornerback, Missippi State.

81) Las Vegas Raiders (from Chicago): Raekwon Davis, Defensive tackle, Alabama.

82) Dallas Cowboys: Matt Hennessy, Center, Temple.

83) Denver Broncos (from Pittsburgh): Kyle Dugger, Safety/Linebacker, Lenoir-Rhyne.

84) Los Angeles Rams: Evan Weaver, Inside linebacker, California.

85) Detroit Lions (from Philadelphia): Donovan Peoples-Jones, Wide receiver, Michigan.

86) Buffalo Bills: John Simpson, Offensive guard, Clemson.

87) New England Patriots: Jake Fromm, Quarterback, Georgia.

88) New Orleans Saints: Antonio Gandy-Golden, Wide receiver, Liberty.

89) Minnesota Vikings: Terrell Burgess, Safety, Utah.

90) Houston Texans: Troy Pride Jr., Cornerback, Notre Dame.

91) Las Vegas Raiders (from Houston): Netane Muti, Offensive guard, Fresno State.

92) Baltimore Ravens: Van Jefferson, Wide receiver, Florida.

93) Tennessee Titans: Brycen Hopkins, Tight end, Purdue.

94) Green Bay Packers: Darnay Holmes, Cornerback, UCLA.

95) Denver Broncos (from San Francisco): Ben Bartch, Offensive tackle, Saint John's.

96) Kansas City Chiefs: Amik Robertson, Cornerback, Louisiana Tech.

97) Cleveland Browns (from Houston): Alex Highsmith, Edge rusher, Charolette.

98) New England Patriots: Hunter Bryant, Tight end, Washington.

99) New York Giants: Bryan Edwards, Wide receiver, South Carolina.

100) New England Patriots: Logan Wilson, Inside linebacker, Wyoming.

101) Seattle Seahawks: Jonathan Greenard, Edge rusher, Florida.

102) Pittsburgh Steelers: Tyler Johnson, Wide receiver, Minnesota.

103) Philadelphia Eagles: Troy Dye, Outside linebacker, Oregon.

104) Los Angeles Rams: Matt Peart, Offensive tackle, Conneticut.

105) Minnesota Vikings: Leki Fotu, Defensive tackle, Utah.

106) Baltimore Ravens: K'Von Wallace, Safety, Clemson.

Round 4

107) Cincinnati Bengals: Calvin Throckmorton, Offensive tackle, Oregon.

108) Washington Redskins: Lynn Bowden Jr., Wide receiver, Kentucky.

109) Detroit Lions: Hakeem Adeniji, Offensive tackle, Kansas.

110) New York Giants: Tyler Biadasz, Interior Offensive line, Wisconsin.

111) Houston Texans (from Miami): Logan Stenberg, Offensive guard, Kentucky.

112) Los Angeles Chargers: Binjimen Victor, Wide receiver, Ohio State.

113) Carolina Panthers: Adam Trautman, Tight end, Dayton.

114) Arizona Cardinals: Curtis Weaver, Edge rusher, Boise State.

115) Cleveland Browns: Jason Stowbridge, Defensive line, North Carolina.

116) Jacksonville Jaguars: Jack Driscoll, Offensive tackle, Auburn.

117) Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Saahdiq Charles, Offensive tackle, LSU.

118) Denver Broncos: Michael Ojemudia, Cornerback, Iowa.

119) Atlanta Falcons: McTelvin Agim, Defensive tackle, Arkansas.

120) New York Jets: Antonio Gibson, Running back/Wide receiver, Memphis.

121) Las Vegas Raiders: Harrison Hand, Cornerback, Temple.

122) Indianapolis Colts: Thaddeus Moss, Tight end, LSU.

123) Dallas Cowboys: Devin Duvernay, Wide receiver, Texas.

124) Pittsburgh Steelers: Josiah Scott, Cornerback, Michigan State.

125) New England Patriots (from Chicago): Collin Johnson, Wide receiver, Texas.

126) Los Angeles Rams: Bradley Anae, Edge rusher, Utah.

127) Philadelphia Eagles: Anthony Gordon, Quarterback, Washington State.

128) Buffalo Bills: Quintez Cephus, Wide receiver, Wisconsin.

129) Baltimore Ravens (from New England): Solomon Kindley, Offensive guard, Georgia.

130) New Orleans Saints: James Morgan, Quarterback, Florida International.

131) Arizona Cardinals (from Houston): Rashard Lawrence, Defensive tackle, LSU.

132) Minnesota Vikings: Nick Harris, Interior Offensive line, Washington.

133) Seattle Seahawks: Harrison Bryant, Tight end, Florida Atlantic.

134) Baltimore Ravens: Darrell Taylor, Edge rusher, Tennessee.

135) Pittsburgh Steelers (from Miami): Shane Lemieux, Offensive guard, Oregon.

136) Green Bay Packers: Nate Stanley, Quarterback, Iowa.

137) Jacksonville Jaguars (from Denver): Zack Moss, Running back, Utah.

138) Kansas City Chiefs: Eno Benjamin, Running back, Arizona State.

139) Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Larrell Murchison, Defensive tackle, NC State.

140) Jacksonville Jaguars (from Chicago): Ben Bredeson, Offensive guard, Michigan.

141) Miami Dolphins: John Hightower, Wide receiver, Boise State.

142) Washington Redskins: Essang Bassey, Cornerback, Wake Forest.

143) Atlanta Falcons (from Baltimore): James Proche, Wide receiver, SMU.

144) Seattle Seahawks: Myles Bryant, Cornerback, Washington.

145) Philadelphia Eagles: Jacob Phillips, Inside linebacker, LSU.

146) Philadelphia Eagles: A.J. Green, Cornerback, Oklahoma State.

Round 5

147) Cincinnati Bengals: Joe Bachie Jr., Inside linebacker, Michigan State.

148) Carolina Panthers (from Washington): Lamar Jackson, Cornerback, Nebraska.

149) Detroit Lions: Lavert Hill, Cornerback, Michigan.

150) New York Giants: David Woodward, Linebacker, Utah State.

151) Los Angeles Chargers: Chris Orr, Inside linebacker, Wisconsin.

152) Carolina Panthers: Alex Taylor, Offensive tackle, South Carolina State.

153) Miami Dolphins: Darryl Williams, Interior offensive line, Mississippi State.

Arizona Cardinals: *Forfeited

154) Miami Dolphins (from Pittsburgh): Kenny Willekes, Edge rusher, Michigan State.

155) Minnesota Vikings (from Buffalo): Trajan Bandy, Cornerback, Miami (FL).

156) San Francisco 49ers (from Denver): Quez Watkins, Wide receiver, Southern Mississippi.

157) Jacksonville Jaguars (from Baltimore): Albert Okwuegbunam, Tight end, Missouri.

158) New York Jets: Khalil Davis, Defensive tackle, Nebraska.

159) Las Vegas Raiders: Gabriel Davis, Wide receiver, UCF.

160) Indianapolis Colts: Raequan Williams, Defensive tackle, Michigan State.

161) Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Shyheim Carter, Safety/Cornerback, Alabama.

162) Washington Redskins (from Seattle): K.J. Hill, Wide receiver, Ohio State.

163) Chicago Bears: Alohi Gilman, Safety, Notre Dame.

164) Dallas Cowboys: Brandon Jones, Safety, Texas.

165) Jacksonville Jaguars (from Los Angeles Rams): Isaiah Hodgins, Wide receiver, Oregon State.

166) Detroit Lions (from Philadelphia): A.J. Dillon, Running back, Boston College.

167) Buffalo Bills: Jace Whittaker, Cornerback, Arizona.

168) Philadelphia Eagles (from New England): Anthony McFarland, Running back, Maryland.

169) New Orleans Saints: Julian Blackmon, Safety, Utah.

170) Baltimore Ravens (from Minnesota): Charlie Heck, Offensive tackle, North Carolina.

171) Houston Texans: Josiah Deguara, Tight end, Cincinnati.

172) Detroit Lions (from Seattle): Stephen Montez, Quarterback, Colorado.

173) Miami Dolphins (from Los Angeles Rams): Geno Stone, Safety, Iowa.

174) Tennessee Titans: Darrynton Evans, Running back, Appalachian State.

175) Green Bay Packers: Anfernee Jennings, Edge rusher, Alabama.

176) San Francisco 49ers: Robert Landers, Defensive tackle, Ohio State.

177) Kansas City Chiefs: Trevis Gipson, Edge rusher, Tulsa.

178) Denver Broncos: Davion Taylor, Outside linebacker, Colorado.

179) Dallas Cowboys: Cheyenne O'Grady, Tight end, Arkansas.

Round 6

180) Cincinnati Bengals: Tremayne Anchrum, Offensive guard, Clemson.

181) Denver Broncos (from Washington): Kalija Lipscomb, Wide receiver, Vanderbilt.

182) Detroit Lions: Kevin Dotson, Offensive guard, Louisiana-Lafayette.

183) New York Giants: Benito Jones, Defensive tackle, Ole Miss.

184) Carolina Panthers: Jake Hanson, Interior offensive line, Oregon.

185) Miami Dolphins: Kindle Vildor, Cornerback, Georgia Southern.

186) Los Angeles Chargers: Aaron Fuller, Wide receiver, Washington.

187) Cleveland Browns (from Arizona): Steven Gonzalez, Interior offensive line, Penn State.

188) Buffalo Bills (from Cleveland): Lamical Perine, Running back, Florida.

189) Jacksonville Jaguars: Markus Bailey, Outside linebacker, Purdue.

190) Philadelphia Eagles (from Atlanta): Dane Jackson, Cornerback, Pittsburgh.

191) New York Jets: Cole McDonald, Quarterback, Hawaii.

192) Green Bay Packers (from Las Vegas): Shaquille Quarterman, Inside linebacker, Miami (FL).

193) Indianapolis Colts: Ke'Shawn Vaughn, Running back, Vanderbilt.

194) Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Levonta Taylor, Cornerback, Florida State.

195) New England Patriots (from Denver): Kendrick Rogers, Wide receiver, Texas A&M.

196) Chicago Bears: John Reid, Cornerback, Penn State.

197) Indianapolis Colts (from Miami): Thakaris Keyes, Cornerback, Tulane.

198) Pittsburgh Steelers: Brian Lewerke, Quarterback, Michigan State.

199) Los Angeles Rams: Antoine Brooks Jr., Safety, Maryland.

200) Chicago Bears (from Philadelphia): Austin Mack, Wide receiver, Ohio State.

201) Minnesota Vikings (from Buffalo): Stanford Samuels III, Cornerback, Florida State.

202) Arizona Cardinals (from New England): Michael Onwenu, Offensive guard, Michigan.

203) New Orleans Saints: Khalid Kareem, Edge rusher, Notre Dame.

204) New England Patriots (from Houston): Nick Coe, Edge rusher, Auburn.

205) Minnesota Vikings: Colton McKivitz, Offensive tackle, West Virginia.

206) Jacksonville Jaguars (from Seattle): Tyrie Cleveland, Wide receiver, Florida.

207) Buffalo Bills (from New England): Alton Robinson, Edge rusher, Syracuse.

208) Green Bay Packers (from Tennessee): Trey Adams, Offensive tackle, Washington.

209) Green Bay Packers: Quartney Davis, Wide receiver, Texas A&M.

210) San Francisco 49ers: Charlie Taumoepeau, Tight end, Portland State.

211) New York Jets (from Kansas City): Scott Frantz, Offensive tackle, Kansas State.

212) New England Patriots: Tyler Clark, Defensive tackle, Georgia.

213) New England Patriots: Rodrigo Blankenship, Kicker, Georgia.

214) Seattle Seahawks: Tyler Huntley, Quarterback, Utah.

Round 7

215) Cincinnati Bengals: Josh Metellus, Safety/Cornerback, Michigan.

216) Washington Redskins: Jacob Breeland, Tight end, Oregon.

217) San Francisco 49ers (from Detroit): Jordan Fuller, Safety, Ohio State.

218) New York Giants: Colby Parkinson, Tight end, Stanford.

219) Minnesota Vikings (from Miami): Bryce Perkins, Quarterback, Virginia.

220) Los Angeles Chargers: Terence Steele, Offensive tackle, Texas Tech.

221) Carolina Panthers: Yasir Durant, Offensive line, Missouri.

222) Arizona Cardinals: Joshua Kelley, Running back, UCLA.

223) Jacksonville Jaguars: Shea Patterson, Quarterback, Michigan.

224) Tennessee Titans (from Cleveland): Khalil Tate, Quarterback, Arizona.

225) Baltimore Ravens (from New York Jets): Bravvion Roy, Defensive tackle, Baylor.

226) Chicago Bears (from Las Vegas): Devin Asiasi, Tight end, UCLA.

227) Miami Dolphins (from Indianapolis): Mitchell Wilcox, Tight end, USF.

228) Atlanta Falcons (from Philadelphia): Michael Warren II, Running back, Cincinnati.

229) Washington Redskins (from Denver): Reggie Robinson II, Cornerback, Tulsa.

230) New England Patriots (from Atlanta): Keith Ismael, Center, San Diego State.

231) Dallas Cowboys: Robert Windsor, Defensive tackle, Penn State.

232) Pittsburgh Steelers: Sewo Olonilua, Running back, TCU.

233) Chicago Bears: Charlie Heck, Offensive tackle, North Carolina.

234) Los Angeles Rams: Jake Luton, Quarterback, Oregon State.

235) New England Patriots (from Philadelphia): Jalen Elliott, Safety, Notre Dame.

236) Green Bay Packers (from Cleveland): Tanner Muse, Safety, Clemson.

237) Denver Broncos (from New England): Evin Ksiezarczyk, Offensive line, Buffalo.

238) New York Giants (from New Orleans): Zach Shackelford, Center, Texas.

239) Buffalo Bills (from Minnesota): Jared Pinkney, Tight end, Vanderbilt.

240) Houston Texans: Cameron Brown, Outside linebacker, Penn State.

241) New England Patriots (from Seattle): Parnell Motley, Cornerback, Oklahoma.

242) Green Bay Packers (from Baltimore): Tyre Phillips, Offensive line, Mississippi State.

243) Tennessee Titans: Tyler Bass, Kicker, Georgia Southern.

244) Cleveland Browns (from Green Bay): Aaron Parker, Wide receiver, Rhode Island.

245) San Francisco 49ers: Tom Flacco, Quarterback, Towson.

246) Miami Dolphins (from Kansas City): Jordan Mack, Inside linebacker, Virginia.

247) New York Giants: Javelin Guirdy, Cornerback, Utah.

248) Houston Texans: Marquez Callaway, Wide receiver, Tennessee.

249) Minnesota Vikings: Nick Westbrook, Wide receiver, Indiana.

250) Houston Texans: Jonathan Garvin, Defensive line, Miami (FL).

251) Miami Dolphins: Trevon Hill, Defensive end, Miami (FL).

252) Denver Broncos: James Smith-Williams, Defensive end, NC State.

253) Minnesota Vikings: T.J. Brunson, Inside linebacker, South Carolina.

254) Denver Broncos: Michael Divinity Jr., Outside linebacker, LSU.

255) New York Giants: Joe Reed, Wide receiver, Virginia.