2020 NFL Mock Draft: All Seven Rounds and 255 Picks

With just a few days before the start of the 2020 NFL Draft, NFL front offices are concluding their prospect visits and finalizing their draft boards. Given the virtual nature of this year's pre-draft process — the lack of pro days, face-to-face meetings and in-person physical examinations — those draft boards likely vary far more than in years past.

That's why this full seven-round mock draft isn't predictive. Instead, I made all 255 picks based on what each general manager should do on draft day, focusing on team needs, scheme fit, value and my overall player rankings. Naturally, countless trades will occur over the course of the weekend, but there will be no deals going down in this mock.

Here's the result of countless hours of film study during these past few weeks in quarantine:


1. Cincinnati Bengals — Joe Burrow, QB, LSU

Coming off a year in which he threw 60 touchdowns, won a National Championship and took home the Heisman Trophy, Burrow looks poised to top it off as the first pick on Thursday night. Cincinnati might listen to trade offers, but at the end of the day, they take the best quarterback prospect since Andrew Luck and don’t look back.

2. Washington Redskins — Chase Young, EDGE, Ohio State

This pick should be just as much of a no-brainer as Burrow was at one. Young might not fill an immediate need, but he’s the best player in the draft and will instantly improve Ron Rivera’s pass rush.

3. Detroit Lions — Jeff Okudah, CB, Ohio State

The Lions will look to move back a few picks and hope a quarterback-needy team jumps up for Tua or Herbert. If they’re forced to stay put, Okudah is the perfect fit for a team that had the worst pass defense in football last season and just lost its top corner in Darius Slay.

4. New York Giants — Jedrick Wills Jr., OT, Alabama

The Giants have gone running back and signal-caller in the first round the last two years, and they need to continue to protect those assets. Wills is the best tackle on my board and is ready to start and produce at a high level from day one. Between his bullying power in the run game and his nuanced technique and footwork in pass protection, there are virtually no weaknesses in Wills’ game.

5. Miami Dolphins — Tua Tagovailoa, QB, Alabama

Chris Grier didn’t trade away his entire roster just to pass on the guy he’s had his eye on all along. Tagovailoa is a lock to go in the top five if not for injury issues, and Miami would likely have had to move up to snag him. There’s certainly reason for concern, as teams can’t bring Tua in to meet with their own doctors, but [Titans team doctor] Thomas Byrd’s examination of Tua yielding “overwhelmingly positive results” should assuage those fears enough to confidently send in the card.

6. Los Angeles Chargers — Isaiah Simmons, LB, Clemson

Los Angeles already has an outstanding pass rush with Joey Bosa and Melvin Ingram to go along with a stellar secondary that features Casey Hayward and Chris Harris Jr. Throw in Simmons at the second level and this should be one of the top defenses in football. That’s a team that can make the playoffs with a veteran quarterback like Newton, Winston or Tyrod Taylor. I’m not so sure it can with Justin Herbert.

7. Carolina Panthers — Derrick Brown, DL, Auburn

At 6’5” and 326 pounds, Brown is a mammoth in the middle. He’s a dominant run stuffer that consistently resets the line of scrimmage and is a surprisingly nimble, yet relentless disruptor in the passing game. After anchoring one of the best defensive lines in college football last year, Brown can nearly single-handedly turn around a Carolina front that surrendered 31 rushing touchdowns in 2019, by far the most in the NFL.

8. Arizona Cardinals — Tristan Wirfs, OT, Iowa

The Cardinals re-signed Marcus Gilbert to a one-year deal last month, but he hasn’t played a full season since 2016 and is coming off a torn ACL. Wirfs can slide in on the right side in place of the 32-year old Gilbert to protect Kyler Murray and continue to revitalize Kliff Kingsbury’s high-flying offense. Some executives view Wirfs as more of a guard, but he has the strength and athleticism to more than make up for his lack of length. If he can improve his footwork and body positioning, the sky’s the limit.

9. Jacksonville Jaguars — Justin Herbert, QB, Oregon

Herbert certainly has his lows, and those lows are lower than most (see: Arizona State), but when he’s at his peak, he looks like a legitimate franchise-changer. That’s what I’m drafting him for if I’m Jacksonville. Herbert has all the arm talent in the world and the frame to match; it’s his ability to read the defense and go through the necessary progressions that’s lacking. Jacksonville can afford to work through those growing pains after sending nearly its entire defense packing last season, effectively admitting a rebuild.

10. Cleveland Browns — Andrew Thomas, OT, Georgia

Signing Jack Conklin last month shored up the right side of the line, but there’s still a gaping hole on the left side. Thomas, a two-time All-American, can slide in and be a steady anchor for Cleveland and Baker Mayfield. His technique, combined with his three years of experience against top pass rushers in the SEC, make Thomas as safe a selection as any.

11. New York Jets — Mekhi Becton, OT, Louisville

The last, and biggest, of the top four tackles falls to the Jets at 11. Becton possesses rare speed and athleticism for a guy his size (6’7”, 364 pounds) and is a mauler in the run game, which New York hopes can kick-start a redemption year for Le’Veon Bell. Wide out is certainly in consideration here, especially after Becton’s flagged drug test — which he has addressed with teams — but the overall depth at the receiver position means Joe Douglas can hold off for a round.

12. Las Vegas Raiders — Jerry Jeudy, WR, Alabama

The Raiders are usually anything but vanilla on draft day, but they can’t miss here. They’ve been in desperate need of a receiver since trading Amari Cooper to Dallas. They’ll dip back into that Alabama well to take Jeudy, the 2018 Biletnikoff Award winner who possesses similar traits to Cooper. Jeudy is a polished route runner with the ability to defeat press coverage at the line of scrimmage and lose defenders with his cuts.

13. San Francisco 49ers — CeeDee Lamb, WR, Oklahoma

Lamb is a perfect fit for the Kyle Shanahan offense that thrives on getting its playmakers into space. San Francisco made a Super Bowl with a receiving corps of Deebo Samuel, Marquise Goodwin and Kendrick Bourne, none of whom can make defenders miss in the open field quite like Lamb can. He has great hands, he wins at the catch point and he’s downright dangerous after the catch. His prowess as a blocker won’t hurt either.

14. Tampa Bay Buccaneers — Josh Jones, OT, Houston

When you sign a 42-year-old franchise quarterback, you do everything within your power to protect him, even if that means drafting the fifth best tackle at pick 14. Tampa misses out on the top four tackles, and they’ll likely look to move up to get one, but that’s not an option in this mock. They’ll sit tight and take Jones, a raw prospect with physical gifts that will need some coaching to excel in pass protection.

15. Denver Broncos — Henry Ruggs III, WR, Alabama

Courtland Sutton broke out in a big way last year with more than 1100 yards and six touchdowns. Now they’ll need to pair him with a deep threat for Drew Lock, and Ruggs fits the bill. The Alabama product can flat out fly, posting a 4.27 40 time at the combine that confirms what you see on tape. He embodies the cliché of a threat to score every time he touches the ball, and he might get even more chances to do so in Denver than he did in Tuscaloosa.

16. Atlanta Falcons — Javon Kinlaw, DL, South Carolina

Kinlaw is probably a top ten pick if not for his medical concerns. He underwent hip labrum surgery in 2018 and was forced to withdraw from the Senior Bowl in February with knee tendonitis that prevented him from participating in the combine. Still, he’s the best player available and too good to pass up on for Atlanta. Pairing him next to Grady Jarrett can provide the pass rush up the middle that’s proved successful against new division rival Tom Brady.

17. Dallas Cowboys — CJ Henderson, CB, Florida

Henderson burst onto the national scene as a sophomore, allowing just 18 catches and zero touchdowns on 365 coverage snaps. He took a step back as a junior, but he still possesses sub-4.4 speed and man cover skills that rival Okudah’s, allowing him to stay with quicker receivers. He’ll need to play more physically in the pros, and he’s not much of a tackler, two traits that were never a concern with Byron Jones.

18. Miami Dolphins — Grant Delpit, S, LSU

Delpit is another guy who played his best football as a sophomore. He was a consensus top ten talent entering this year, often drawing comparisons to Jamal Adams. A natural strong safety, Delpit was forced into more of a free safety role when Todd Harris went down with a season-ending injury early this past September. For most of the year, Delpit was playing through injuries of his own. Still, he put together a strong junior year. The 6'3" defensive back has great size for a modern safety with unteachable coverage ability and a knack for getting to the quarterback on blitz packages.

19. Las Vegas Raiders — A.J. Terrell, CB, Clemson

Vegas gets this pick from Chicago as part of the Khalil Mack trade, and after going receiver at 12, Mike Mayock will have to address the cornerback position. Terrell is a tall and rangy corner that should fare well alongside former teammate Trayvon Mullen in the secondary. Doubters will cite his performance against LSU in the National Championship, but there’s little shame in being bested by Burrow and Ja’Marr Chase. His tape versus Alabama shows he can compete against top offenses.

20. Jacksonville Jaguars — Trevon Diggs, CB, Alabama

The brother of Buffalo Bills receiver Stefon Diggs, Trevon is a cornerback in a wide receiver’s body, possessing extraordinary length and ball skills. His prowess in zone coverage and willingness to crowd routes in press will flourish in Todd Walsh’s Cover 3 heavy scheme. Take out the LSU game — a common theme for most prospects — and Diggs gave up just 176 yards and no scores all season, allowing just 33% of completions on targets thrown his way.

21. Philadelphia Eagles — Denzel Mims, WR, Baylor

The Eagles need to upgrade at wide receiver after dealing with the injury-plagued position group that saw Greg Ward Jr. and J.J. Arcega-Whiteside trotting out as starters late last year. Mims is the next best wide out on my board, and his 28 touchdowns over the past three seasons in Waco provide the consistency and reliability that Philadelphia covets. He’s an elite athlete with the size, explosiveness, length and hands to give NFL cornerbacks trouble.

22. Minnesota Vikings — Justin Jefferson, WR, LSU

Jefferson flashed in the College Football Playoff, hauling in a combined 23 passes for 333 yards and four touchdowns in LSU’s two wins over Oklahoma and Clemson. Those contests capped off a breakout season for the junior, who caught 18 touchdowns on the year. With the departure of Stefon Diggs, Minnesota is in need of a receiver, and Jefferson’s ability to work out of the slot at 6’3” could produce matchup issues for opponents.

23. New England Patriots — A.J. Epenesa, EDGE, Iowa

Bill Belichick is always looking for blue-collar guys that can get to the quarterback and wrap up in the run game. Epenesa checks all those boxes. The 275-pound defensive end has put together back-to-back double-digit sack seasons, forcing four fumbles in each of the last two years. In a draft without much talent off the edge beyond Chase Young, Epenesa’s power and ability to play inside and out is enough to make him the second pass rusher off the board.

24. New Orleans Saints — Kenneth Murray, LB, Oklahoma

New Orleans really doesn’t have any holes on its roster. This is one of the most complete teams in football on both sides of the ball. They can afford to take the best player available, and that’s Murray. A rangy and physical backer, Murray has a lot of DeMario Davis in his game, and the two teaming up on the second level gives Dennis Allen a lot of speed on his defense.

25. Minnesota Vikings — Jaylon Johnson, CB, Utah

After taking a wide receiver three picks earlier with the selection they got in the Stefon Diggs deal, Minnesota picks in their own slot here needing secondary help. Johnson brings tenacity to the cornerback position and wins with his instincts and his ability to diagnose plays pre-snap. He needs to be used in press coverage early on, but will thrive in the Vikings zone scheme when he returns from his shoulder injury. He’s also the best tackler of any of the corners in the draft.

26. Miami Dolphins — Ezra Cleveland, OT, Boise State

The Dolphins had the worst offensive line in the league last year, and it’s imperative they shore up the tackle spots to protect their now-biggest asset in Tua, who has already dealt with his fair share of injuries. Cleveland put together impressive tape in 2019 while playing through a turf toe injury. He’s got impressive feet and play speed, which he showed off at the combine, making him an ideal pass protector in Miami’s offense.

27. Seattle Seahawks — Yetur Gross-Matos, EDGE, Penn State

Only the Dolphins had fewer sacks than the Seahawks last season, and with Jadeveon Clowney still unsigned, Seattle has a ways to go in order to improve its pass rush. Gross-Matos can pressure the quarterback and line up in multiple sets, showing the versatility to play standing up or with his hand in the dirt.

28. Baltimore Ravens — Zack Baun, LB, Wisconsin

Baun is super smart and will excel in a system that takes advantage of his football savvy and ability to both rush the passer and drop into coverage. Luckily, that’s what he’ll get in Baltimore with defensive coordinator Don Martindale, who spent six seasons as the team’s linebackers coach. Baun will aid a Ravens edge rush that could use some juice. He dominated the Big Ten this season, racking up 75 tackles, 19.5 tackles for loss, 12.5 sacks, two forced fumbles and a pick. He did test positive for a diluted sample at the combine, though.

29. Tennessee Titans — Ross Blacklock, DL, TCU

Tennessee lost five-time Pro-Bowler Jurrell Casey this offseason, ripping a hole in the Titans’ front seven that needs to be addressed early on. Blacklock bounced back strong from an Achilles injury this past season, often being tasked with filling two gaps on TCU’s defensive line. He won’t have to do that in Tennessee, where he’ll likely act as a 3-tech in Mike Vrabel’s defense.

30. Green Bay Packers — Jalen Reager, WR, TCU

The Packers are accustomed to waiting until the second round to draft a receiver (see: Jordy Nelson, Davante Adams, Randall Cobb), but a potential run on receivers early in day two means Green Bay should pull the trigger here. Reagor is the legitimate home run threat and the complement to Adams that Aaron Rodgers has been missing. His dip in production in 2019 was a product of TCU starting a true freshman quarterback who went through some growing pains.

31. San Francisco 49ers — Antoine Winfield Jr., S, Minnesota

San Francisco will almost certainly trade down here, as they don’t have any picks in rounds 2-4. If they do stay put, they should look to add to a secondary that will lose three of its four starters to free agency in 2021. Winfield Jr. was a big reason why Minnesota took the nation by storm this year with his seven picks, ranking third in college football. He’s an all-around playmaker with deep coverage skills and the ability to attack downhill, making him an ideal fit alongside newly re-signed Jimmie Ward in the San Francisco secondary.

32. Kansas City Chiefs — Patrick Queen, LB, LSU

Kansas City could use a playmaking linebacker after Reggie Ragland’s departure this offseason. Queen brings a winning pedigree to the table as the man in the middle of LSU’s championship unit. His tape against Clemson, Oklahoma and Alabama was his best all season. Queen's ability to defend against the run and to cover backs and tight ends will make him an every down mike at the NFL level.


33. Cincinnati Bengals — K’Lavon Chaisson, EDGE, LSU

34. Indianapolis Colts — Jordan Love, QB, Utah State

35. Detroit Lions — Neville Gallimore, DL, Oklahoma

36. New York Giants — Xavier McKinney, S, Alabama

37. Los Angeles Chargers — Austin Jackson, OT, USC

38. Carolina Panthers — Kristian Fulton, CB, LSU

39. Miami Dolphins — Cesar Ruiz, IOL, Michigan

40. Houston Texans — Marlon Davidson, DL, Auburn

41. Cleveland Browns — Justin Madubuike, DL, Texas A&M

42. Jacksonville Jaguars — Tee Higgins, WR, Clemson

43. Chicago Bears — Jeff Gladney, CB, TCU

44. Indianapolis Colts — Laviska Shenault Jr., WR, Colorado

45. Tampa Bay Buccaneers — D’Andre Swift, RB, Georgia

46. Denver Broncos — Jordyn Brooks, LB, Texas Tech

47. Atlanta Falcons — Damon Arnette, CB, Ohio State

48. New York Jets — Michael Pittman Jr., WR, USC

49. Pittsburgh Steelers — Jalen Hurts, QB, Oklahoma

50. Chicago Bears — Robert Hunt, IOL, Louisiana

51. Dallas Cowboys — Curtis Weaver, EDGE, Boise State

52. Los Angeles Rams — Malik Harrison, LB, Ohio State

53. Philadelphia Eagles — Ashtyn Davis, S, California

54. Buffalo Bills — Julian Okwara, EDGE, Notre Dame

55. Baltimore Ravens — Netane Muti, IOL, Fresno State

56. Miami Dolphins — Jonathan Taylor, RB, Wisconsin

57. Los Angeles Rams — Josh Uche, EDGE, Michigan

58. Minnesota Vikings — Matt Hennessy, IOL, Temple

59. Seattle Seahawks — Isaiah Wilson, OT, Georgia

60. Baltimore Ravens — Brandon Aiyuk, WR, Arizona State

61. Tennessee Titans — Terrell Lewis, EDGE, Alabama

62. Green Bay Packers — Raekwon Evans, DL, Alabama

63. Kansas City Chiefs — Bryce Hall, CB, Virginia

64. Seattle Seahawks — Kyle Dugger, S, Lenoir-Rhyne


65. Cincinnati Bengals — Lloyd Cushenberry III, IOL, LSU

66. Washington Redskins — Lucas Niang, OT, TCU

67. Detroit Lions — Donovan Peoples-Jones, WR, Michigan

68. New York Jets — Cameron Dantzler, CB, Mississippi State

69. Carolina Panthers — Jonah Jackson, IOL, Ohio State

70. Miami Dolphins — K.J. Hamler, WR, Penn State

71. Los Angeles Chargers — Jacob Eason, QB, Washington

72. Arizona Cardinals — Cole Kmet, TE, Notre Dame

73. Jacksonville Jaguars — Jordan Elliott, DL, Missouri

74. Cleveland Browns — Troy Dye, LB, Oregon

75. Indianapolis Colts — Ben Bredeson, IOL, Michigan

76. Tampa Bay Buccaneers — Jeremy Chinn, S, Southern Illinois

77. Denver Broncos — Noah Igbinoghene, CB, Auburn

78. Atlanta Falcons — J.K. Dobbins, RB, Ohio State

79. New York Jets — Bradlee Anae, EDGE, Utah

80. Las Vegas Raiders — Amik Robertson, CB, Louisiana Tech

81. Las Vegas Raiders — Larrell Murchison, DL, NC State

82. Dallas Cowboys — Tyler Biadasz, IOL, Wisconsin

83. Denver Broncos — Nick Harris, IOL, Washington

84. Los Angeles Rams — Bryan Edwards, WR, South Carolina

85. Detroit Lions — Jonathan Greenard, EDGE, Florida

86. Buffalo Bills — Cam Akers, RB, Florida State

87. New England Patriots — Adam Trautman, TE, Dayton

88. New Orleans Saints — Jake Fromm, QB, Georgia

89. Minnesota Vikings — Davon Hamilton, DL, Ohio State

90. Houston Texans — Tyler Johnson, WR, Minnesota

91. Las Vegas Raiders — Geno Stone, S, Iowa

92. Baltimore Ravens — Clyde Edwards-Helaire, RB, LSU

93. Tennessee Titans — Matthew Peart, OT, UConn

94. Green Bay Packers — Hunter Bryant, TE, Washington

95. Denver Broncos — Ben Bartch, OT, St. John’s

96. Kansas City Chiefs — Eno Benjamin, RB, Arizona State

97. Cleveland Browns — Solomon Kindley, IOL, Georgia

98. New England Patriots — Van Jefferson, WR, Florida

99. New York Giants — Kenny Willekes, EDGE, Michigan State

100. New England Patriots — Evan Weaver, LB, California

101. Seattle Seahawks — Rashard Lawrence, DL, LSU

102. Pittsburgh Steelers — Saahdiq Charles, OT, LSU

103. Philadelphia Eagles — Willie Gay Jr., LB, Mississippi State

104. Los Angeles Rams — Darnay Holmes, CB, UCLA

105. Minnesota Vikings — Darrell Taylor, EDGE, Tennessee

106. Baltimore Ravens — Prince Tega Wanogho, OT, Auburn


107. Cincinnati Bengals — Harrison Bryant, TE, Florida Atlantic

108. Washington Redskins — Chase Claypool, WR, Notre Dame

109. Detroit Lions — Damien Lewis, IOL, LSU

110. New York Giants — Akeem Davis-Gaither, Appalachian State

111. Houston Texans — Alex Highsmith, EDGE, Charlotte

112. Los Angeles Chargers — Antonio Gandy-Golden, WR, Liberty

113. Carolina Panthers — Logan Wilson, LB, Wyoming

114. Arizona Cardinals — Troy Pride Jr., CB, Notre Dame

115. Cleveland Browns — Devin Duvernay, WR, Texas

116. Jacksonville Jaguars — K’Von Wallace, S, Clemson

117. Tampa Bay Buccaneers — John Simpson, IOL, Clemson

118. Denver Bronos — Alton Robinson, EDGE, Syracuse

119. Atlanta Falcons — Terrell Burgess, S, Utah

120. New York Jets — K.J. Hill, WR, Ohio State

121. Las Vegas Raiders — Khalid Kareem, EDGE, Notre Dame

122. Indianapolis Colts — Albert Okwuegbunam, TE, Missouri

123. Dallas Cowboys — Devin Asiasi, TE, UCLA

124. Pittsburgh Steelers — Leki Fotu, DL, Utah

125. New England Patriots — Jabari Zuniga, EDGE, Florida

126. Los Angeles Rams — Jack Driscoll, OT, Auburn

127. Philadelphia Eagles — Ke’Shawn Vaughn, RB, Vanderbilt

128. Buffalo Bills — Michael Ojemudia, CB, Iowa

129. Baltimore Ravens — Joe Bachie Jr., LB, Michigan State

130. New Orleans Saints — Brycen Hopkins, TE, Purdue

131. Arizona Cardinals — Anfernee Jennings, EDGE, Alabama

132. Minnesota Vikings — Alohi Gilman, S, Notre Dame

133. Seattle Seahawks — Shane Lemieux, IOL, Oregon

134. Baltimore Ravens — Julian Blackmon, S, Utah

135. Pittsburgh Steelers — Collin Johnson, WR, Texas

136. Green Bay Packers — Josiah Scott, CB, Michigan State

137. Jacksonville Jaguars — Jonathan Garvin, EDGE, Miami

138. Kansas City Chiefs — Logan Stenberg, IOL, Kentucky

139. Tampa Bay Buccaneers — Quartney Davis, WR, Texas A&M

140. Jacksonville Jaguars — Hakeem Adeniji, OT, Kansas

141. Miami Dolphins — Nick Coe, EDGE, Auburn

142. Washington Redskins — Cheyenne O’Grady, TE, Arkansas

143. Atlanta Falcons — D.J. Wonnum, EDGE, South Carolina

144. Seattle Seahawks — Gabriel Davis, WR, UCF

145. Philadelphia Eagles — Lamar Jackson, CB, Nebraska

146. Philadelphia Eagles — Quintez Cephus, WR, Wisconsin


147. Cincinnati Bengals — John Hightower, WR, Boise State

148. Carolina Panthers — Kenny Robinson, S, XFL

149. Detroit Lions — Zack Moss, RB, Utah

150. New York Giants — Omar Bayless, WR, Arkansas State

151. Los Angeles Chargers — Brandon Jones, S, Texas

152. Carolina Panthers — Cameron Clark, IOL, Charlotte

153. Miami Dolphins — Danny Pinter, OT, Ball State

154. Miami Dolphins — Thaddeus Moss, TE, LSU

155. Minnesota Vikings — Colton McKivitz, OT, West Virginia

156. San Francisco 49ers — McTelvin Agim, DL, Arkansas

157. Baltimore Ravens — Reggie Robinson II, CB, Tulsa

158. New York Jets — Antonio Gibson, RB, Memphis

159. Las Vegas Raiders — David Woodward, LB, Utah State

160. Indianapolis Colts — A.J. Dillon, RB, Boston College

161. Tampa Bay Buccaneers —Kendall Coleman, EDGE, Syracuse

162. Washington Redskins — Michael Onwenu, IOL, Michigan

163. Chicago Bears — J.R. Reed, S, Georgia

164. Dallas Cowboys — Jalen Elliott, S, Notre Dame

165. Jacksonville Jaguars — Colby Parkinson, TE, Stanford

166. Detroit Lions — Antoine Brooks Jr., S, Maryland

167. Buffalo Bills — Jacob Phillips, LB, LSU

168. Philadelphia Eagles — Anthony Gordon, QB, Washington State

169. New Orleans Saints —Parnell Motley, CB, Oklahoma

170. Jacksonville Jaguars —Tanner Muse, S, Clemson

171. Houston Texans — Kyle Murphy, IOL, Rhode Island

172. New England Patriots — Kevin Dotson, IOL, Louisiana

173. Miami Dolphins — Essang Bassey, CB, Wake Forest

174. Tennessee Titans — Darrynton Evans, RB, Appalachian State

175. Green Bay Packers — Markus Bailey, LB, Purdue

176. San Francisco 49ers — Tyre Phillips, IOL, Mississippi State

177. Kansas City Chiefs — Jason Strowbridge, DL, North Carolina

178. Denver Broncos — James Lynch, DL, Baylor

179. Dallas Cowboys — Lynn Bowden, WR, Kentucky


180. Cincinnati Bengals — Justin Strnad, LB, Wake Forest

181. Denver Broncos — Javaris Davis, CB, Auburn

182. Detroit Lions — Kindle Vildor, CB, Georgia Southern

183. New York Giants — Jared Hilbers, IOL, Washington

184. Carolina Panthers — Stephen Sullivan, TE, LSU

185. Miami Dolphins — Davion Taylor, LB, Colorado

186. Los Angeles Chargers — Anthony McFarland, RB, Maryland

187. Cleveland Browns — John Reid, CB, Penn State

188. Buffalo Bills — Cole McDonald, QB, Hawaii

189. Jacksonville Jaguars — Jauan Jennings, WR, Tennessee

190. Philadelphia Eagles — Cameron Brown, LB, Penn State

191. New York Jets — Charlie Heck, OT, North Carolina

192. Green Bay Packers — Darryl Williams, IOL, Mississippi State

193. Indianapolis Colts — Lavert Hill, CB, Michigan

194. Tampa Bay Buccaneers — Raequan Williams, DL, Michigan State

195. New England Patriots — Alex Taylor, OT, South Carolina State

196. Chicago Bears — Isaiah Hodgins, WR, Oregon State

197. Indianapolis Colts — John Penisini, DL, Utah

198. Pittsburgh Steelers — Keith Ismael, IOL, San Diego State

199. Los Angeles Rams — Zach Shackelford, IOL, Texas

200. Chicago Bears — Lamical Perine, RB, Florida

201. Minnesota Vikings — James Morgan, QB, Florida International

202. Arizona Cardinals — Shaquille Quarterman, LB, Miami

203. New Orleans Saints — James Proche, WR, SMU

204. New England Patriots — Dane Jackson, CB, Pittsburgh

205. Minnesota Vikings — Myles Bryant, CB, Washington

206. Jacksonville Jaguars — Michael Warren II, RB, Cincinnati

207. Buffalo Bills — Dalton Keene, TE, Virginia Tech

208. Green Bay Packers — Calvin Throckmorton, OT, Oregon

209. Green Bay Packers — Jacob Breeland, TE, Oregon

210. San Francisco 49ers — Justin Herron, OT, Wake Forest

211. New York Jets — Derrek Tuszka, EDGE, North Dakota State

212. New England Patriots — Josh Love, QB, San Jose State

213. New England Patriots — Brian Cole, S, Mississippi State

214. Seattle Seahawks — L’Jarius Snead, S, Louisiana Tech


215. Cincinnati Bengals — Terence Steele, OT, Texas Tech

216. Washington Redskins — Kamren Curl, CB, Arkansas

217. San Francisco 49ers — Carter Coughlin, EDGE, Minnesota

218. New York Giants — Rodrigo Blankenship, K, Georgia

219. Minnesota Vikings — Isaiah Coulter, WR, Rhode Island

220. Los Angeles Chargers — A.J. Green, CB, Oklahoma State

221. Carolina Panthers — Darnell Mooney, WR, Tulane

222. Arizona Cardinals — Joshua Kelley, RB, UCLA

223. Jacksonville Jaguars — Yasir Durant, IOL, Missouri

224. Tennessee Titans — Harrison Hand, CB, Temple

225. Baltimore Ravens — Broderick Washington Jr., DL, Texas Tech

226. Chicago Bears — Bravvion Roy, DL, Baylor

227. Miami Dolphins — Darius Anderson, RB, TCU

228. Atlanta Falcons — Kalija Lipscomb, WR, Vanderbilt

229. Washington Redskins — J.J. Taylor, RB, Arizona

230. New England Patriots — Jared Pinkney, TE, Vanderbilt

231. Dallas Cowboys — Khalil Davis, DL, Nebraska

232. Pittsburgh Steelers — Trevon Hill, EDGE, Miami

233. Chicago Bears — Jon Runyan, OT, Michigan

234. Los Angeles Rams — Sewo Olonilua, RB, TCU

235. Detroit Lions — Michael Divinity Jr., LB, LSU

236. Green Bay Packers — Jake Luton, QB, Oregon State

237. Tennessee Titans — Joe Reed, WR, Virginia

238. New York Giants — Josiah Deguara, TE, Cincinnati

239. Buffalo Bills — Tyrie Cleveland, WR, Florida

240. Houston Texans — Nevelle Clarke, CB, UCF

241. New England Patriots — Trajan Bandy, CB, Miami

242. Green Bay Packers — Tyler Clark, DL, Georgia

243. Tennessee Titans — Charlie Taumoepeau, TE, Portland State

244. Cleveland Browns — Benito Jones, DL, Ole Miss

245. San Francisco 49ers — Braden Mann, P, Texas A&M

246. Miami Dolphins — Mykal Walker, LB, Fresno State

247. New York Giants — Trevis Gipson, EDGE, Tulsa

248. Houston Texans — Tremayne Anchrum, OT, Clemson

249. Minnesota Vikings — Trey Adams, OT, Washington

250. Houston Texans — JaMycal Hasty, RB, Baylor

251. Miami Dolphins — Khaleke Hudson, S, Michigan

252. Denver Broncos — Binjimen Victor, WR, Ohio State

253. Minnesota Vikings — Shyheim Carter, S, Alabama

254. Denver Broncos — Mitchell Wilcox, TE, South Florida

255. New York Giants — Nate Stanley, QB, Iowa