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Below, you’ll find PFF’s seven-round mock draft — all 259 picks — written by our senior analysts. This mock draft is not based on what we think will happen; it is what each analyst would do if they were asked to command the war room.

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1. Jacksonville Jaguars: QB Trevor Lawrence, Clemson

This is the easiest pick in the draft. So much so that I wasn’t actually allowed the formality of making it, as the mock came with this pick pre-selected already. Lawrence will be the new face of the Jacksonville franchise, and the hope that he can be a transformative force will soon fall on his shoulders.

— Sam Monson

2. New York Jets: QB Zach Wilson, BYU

Wilson’s breakout 2020 season sealed his spot as the No. 2 QB in the draft, as he posted the best single-season passing grade in PFF history. Wilson combines good accuracy and decision-making with the coveted natural playmaking ability that has led to recent quarterback breakouts around the league.

— Steve Palazzolo

3. San Francisco 49ers (via Miami, via Houston): QB Justin Fields, Ohio State

While everyone in the know insists it won’t be Justin Fields to San Francisco, that is unequivocally the pick we would make. In fact, Fields would be in my debate for first and second overall, and if he were to fall past No. 3, a team would be getting exceptionally lucky. Fields was one of the most accurate passers in college football. He also possesses the athleticism that will make him one of the premier threats in the NFL from the jump.

— George Chahrouri

4. Atlanta Falcons: TE Kyle Pitts, Florida

You can debate the Falcons’ needs all you want, but they should be thankful to be in a position to draft a player of Pitts’ caliber. The Florida tight end is coming off the highest-graded season we’ve seen from a tight end, and he is only 20 years old.

— Mike Renner

5. Cincinnati Bengals: WR Ja’Marr Chase, LSU

The Bengals really can’t go wrong at No. 5 overall. While it’s been a heated debate between Chase, Pitts and Sewell as to who the best option is for Joe Burrow‘s development and Cincinnati’s prospects in 2021, all three players are Tier 1 talents in this year’s class. Chase is the choice here with Pitts already off the board, but you’re splitting hairs when deciding between him or Sewell — both of them should develop into standout performers on Sundays.

Austin Gayle

6. Denver Broncos (via Miami, via Philadelphia): QB Trey Lance, NDSU

Dolphins receive No. 9, No. 71 and a 2022 first-round pick
Broncos receive No. 6 and No. 156

The Broncos have a tough decision with three quarterbacks already off the board, but they shoot up for North Dakota State’s Trey Lance. The roster is too good to waste on another year of Drew Lock. Lance needs to figure out his accuracy but has every trait required to play quarterback at the highest level.

— Seth Galina

7. Detroit Lions: WR DeVonta Smith, Alabama

The top of the Detroit WR depth chart currently consists of Breshad Perriman and Tyrell Williams. Need I say more? There may be concerns with Smith’s slight 166-pound frame, but he is one of the most complete wide receiver prospects to enter the league in some time. He will be fresh off a Heisman Trophy-winning season that saw him shatter the PFF College record for the highest single-season receiving grade ever earned by a wideout (95.8). He’s going to be a fantastic WR1 for Spencer Rattler in 2022.

— Anthony Treash

8. Carolina Panthers: OT Penei Sewell, Oregon

This becomes an easy decision for Carolina, with the top four quarterbacks off the board and the top tackle in the draft sliding to No. 8 overall. Sewell fills a clear area of need and gives the Panthers a better alternative to the current options of Greg Little and Cam Erving. He earned a 95.8 overall grade as the most dominant tackle in college football the last time he took the field in 2019. And Sewell should only continue to improve in the NFL, given that he doesn’t turn 21 until October.

— Ben Linsey

9. Miami Dolphins: WR Jaylen Waddle, Alabama

Dolphins receive No. 9, No. 71 and a 2022 first-round pick
Broncos receive No. 6 and No. 156

As a result of their three trades, the Dolphins netted two future first-rounders from San Francisco, two third-rounders (one this year and one next year) and exchanged their first-rounder in 2022 for Denver’s (which is likely to be better). They gave up the third pick in the draft, which meant less to them than it did San Fran and the 123rd pick. Not too shabby.

Oh, and they get who many believe to be the best wide receiver in the draft in Jaylen Waddle, who is reunited with former teammate Tua Tagovailoa. They will likely have to improve to keep the same-ish record as they had in 2020 due to all of the turnovers they generated defensively, but they are well on their way to doing so with the sharp moves they’ve made.

— Eric Eager

10. Dallas Cowboys: CB Patrick Surtain II, Alabama

Outside of the first two picks of the draft, no player has been more linked to one specific team than Patrick Surtain has to the Cowboys. And Surtain perfectly fits an area of need for the Cowboys after a run on offensive players to start the draft.

The Alabama product is now the heavy favorite to be the first cornerback off the board and is also the odds-on favorite to be the first defensive player selected. Given the expected setup of the top 10, Surtain is clearly the best pick for the Cowboys.

— Ben Brown

11. New York Giants: OT Rashawn Slater, Northwestern

This is the year for the Giants to finally remove all possible excuses for quarterback Daniel Jones. With the top receivers off the board, and in light of Dave Gettleman prioritizing pass-catching weapons in free agency, it’s time to help the third-year quarterback by selecting the super athletic offensive line prospect from Northwestern.

Slater played at both left tackle and right tackle in college. He excels in true pass sets and has shown steady growth throughout his career. Prospects don’t come any better, as he can step in wherever he is needed most.

— Timo Riske

12. Philadelphia Eagles (via San Francisco): EDGE Kwity Paye, Michigan

The Eagles could go in several different directions here, including trading down again given the potential rebuild they are looking at. This defense has been at its best when it has rolled seven pass-rushers deep, and Kwity Paye would add to that rotation and give them positional flexibility to always be a threat in obvious rushing situations. After all, the likes of Brandon Graham and Fletcher Cox aren’t getting any younger.

— Sam Monson

13. Los Angeles Chargers: OT Christian Darrisaw, Virginia Tech

One of my favorite fits in the draft, Darrisaw is the No. 3 offensive tackle on the PFF draft board, and he would complete the Chargers’ offseason offensive line overhaul. Darrisaw is a people-mover in the run game in addition to being a solid pass protector. He gives the Chargers a chance to improve from being one of the league’s worst offensive lines to one of the best in 2021.

— Steve Palazzolo

14. Minnesota Vikings: OT Alijah Vera-Tucker, USC

He may not have the length of a top-tier tackle, but he put up the tape of a top-tier tackle this past year. He earned the highest pass-blocking grade on true pass sets of any player over the past two seasons.

— Mike Renner

15. New England Patriots: QB Mac Jones, Alabama

The Patriots exhibit patience here and still get a first-round quarterback. Jones can compete with Cam Newton in Year 1, and he’s a good fit to spread the ball around to the plethora of playmakers New England invested in this offseason. Jones has the second-lowest percentage of negatively graded throws among recent NFL prospects, which should work well with the Patriots’ offense.

— Steve Palazzolo

16. Arizona Cardinals: CB Jaycee Horn, South Carolina

Horn, whose statistical comps include Marshon Lattimore and Aqib Talib, is a plus athlete who has climbed up draft boards throughout the process. With an over/under of pick 13.5 currently on the betting market, going 16 to help replace Patrick Peterson is a steal for the Cardinals.

— Eric Eager

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17. Las Vegas Raiders: DI Christian Barmore, Alabama

Las Vegas isn’t in a Super Bowl window. The closest Jon Gruden & Co. will get to a Lombardi in 2021 will be if they bet some futures in the Bellagio.

Quarterback Derek Carr and tight end Darren Waller are the team’s two best players, but neither is enough to carry a no-name defensive roster learning a new system under Gus Bradley. And that doesn’t even cover the team’s holes along the offensive line and a young receiving corps that lacks polish (or any level of consistent success).

Tampa Bay attacked a need at offensive tackle and hit big with Tristan Wirfs knowing they were in a Super Bowl window with Tom Brady under center. Brady ain’t walking through those Las Vegas doors, so any pressing need the Raiders have at offensive tackle shouldn’t keep them from drafting the best prospect available to the team at No. 17. In this case, it’s Alabama’s Christan Barmore, who is the 12th-ranked overall player on PFF’s big board.

— Austin Gayle

18. Miami Dolphins: LB Micah Parsons, Penn State

Positional value aside, getting Parsons in this spot — when his over/under was 11.5 — is a steal for the Dolphins, who had to let Kyle Van Noy go this offseason. Parson’s statistical comps include players like Bobby Wagner in coverage, which would take a Dolphins defense from good to one of the league’s best really quickly.

Eric Eager

19. Washington Football Team: WR Rashod Bateman, Minnesota

With all of the top quarterback prospects getting swooped up, Ryan Fitzpatrick gets another receiving weapon to round out a formidable trio with Terry McLaurin and Curtis Samuel.

Bateman may not have that one superior athletic trait, as other top wideouts in this class do, but he is an NFL-ready route-runner and has few flaws within his game. Before catching COVID-19, losing 10 pounds and working primarily in the slot in 2020, Bateman generated 3.60 yards per route run on the outside in 2019, the fifth-highest mark we have ever seen from a Power Five receiver in the PFF College era.

— Anthony Treash

20. Chicago Bears: OT Teven Jenkins, Oklahoma State

Chicago’s current options at right tackle consist of Germain Ifedi and Elijah Wilkinson. Ifedi started the 2020 season at right guard for the Bears after three disappointing seasons at tackle in Seattle, while Wilkinson earned a 56.4 PFF grade at right tackle over the last three seasons in Denver. The right side of Chicago’s offensive line could use an infusion of young talent. Jenkins will move the line of scrimmage in the running game, and he’s allowed a pressure rate below 3% throughout his college career.

— Ben Linsey

21. Indianapolis Colts: EDGE Azeez Ojulari, Georgia

The Colts are devoid of talent at any edge spot, so they take Azeez Ojulari here. I believe Ojulari is the best all-around edge in the class. He is committed and physical against the run and gets after the passer, as well.

— Seth Galina

22. Tennessee Titans: WR Terrace Marshall, LSU

After a free-agent period where the Titans were stripped of some of their best offensive weapons, the betting market still expects them to select a defensive player. Our mock draft results are more evenly split, with a cornerback or wide receiver by far their most common selection.

Terrace Marshall stands out in a wide receiver class full of prospects with questionable measurements. He could easily step in and fill the Corey Davis role for a team with a massive amount of vacated targets from a season ago.

— Ben Brown

23. New York Jets (via Seattle): CB Caleb Farley, Virginia Tech

There’s some risk to taking Farley, given his injury concerns, but the Jets have a huge need at cornerback and a healthy Farley may be the best in the class. He has the length and movement skills to play press or off-coverage, a good mix for the Jets’ new defensive scheme.

— Steve Palazzolo

24. Pittsburgh Steelers: CB Greg Newsome II, Northwestern

All of the focus has been on the offensive line and running back in Pittsburgh. Those are both clear areas of need, but o remaining lineman or running back offers the same kind of value Newsome does here.

The Northwestern cornerback is coming off an outstanding 2020 season in which he allowed fewer than 100 yards into his coverage all year. Cornerback has also quietly become one of the biggest needs on the Steelers roster after the departures of Steven Nelson and Mike Hilton to go along with 32-year-old Joe Haden entering the final year of his contract.

— Ben Linsey

25. Jacksonville Jaguars (via L.A. Rams): EDGE Jaelan Phillips, Miami (FL.)

The Jaguars have dedicated a good amount of draft capital toward the defensive front in recent seasons but have yet to find a real impact playmaker among the group. That doesn’t mean you stop trying or allow endless time for the young players already on the roster to repay the investment; it means you keep addressing a weakness on the roster until it is no longer a weakness.

Phillips could be the best pass-rusher in this draft, and Jacksonville is better equipped than most teams to absorb the risk attached to drafting him, given their extra draft capital.

— Sam Monson

26. Cleveland Browns: LB Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah, Notre Dame

The Browns continue their smart approach to this offseason by simultaneously addressing a position of need at good value and adding a flexible player to their roster. JOK is not your traditional linebacker; he would immediately be one of the shiftiest and quickest linebackers in the game and would have few problems following running backs or tight ends. The Notre Dame product could probably also man up with the league’s average slot receiver, and despite his slight frame, his explosiveness allows him to also produce in run defense.

— Timo Riske

27. Baltimore Ravens: EDGE Jayson Oweh, Penn State

The Ravens grab a spectacular athlete in Jayson Oweh, who generated good-not-great PFF grades in college. This perfectly fits the mold of the type of player they have coveted on defense in recent seasons.

— Sam Monson

28. New Orleans Saints: LB Zaven Collins, Tulsa

The Saints have been trying to find anyone to play alongside Demario Davis at either Will or Mike, so they take Collins at No. 28. The Tulsa product has the kind of athletic profile that one dreams of. He can cover a wide range of body types and can be protected playing next to Davis.

— Seth Galina

29. Green Bay Packers: WR Elijah Moore, Ole Miss

While he played nearly exclusively in the slot in his time at Ole Miss, he has the elite athleticism and strength to feasibly play on the outside at his size. He got off Jaycee Horn’s press as well as any receiver in the country this past season.

–Mike Renner

30. Buffalo Bills: WR Rondale Moore, Purdue

Strengthen a strength. Josh Allen‘s breakout season came with a much improved receiving corps, and that should not be a surprise to anyone. Emmanuel Sanders and Cole Beasley are not long-term options, and Beasley’s injury hurt the Bills last season. Moore is a physical specimen who can win all over the field. He was the most valuable player remaining.

— George Chahrouri

31. Baltimore Ravens: OT Samuel Cosmi, Texas

Baltimore looks to replace the recently traded Orlando Brown with an early draft pick. Brown has been a good right tackle for the Ravens, and moving him had more to do with the fact he wants to play left tackle and therefore was unlikely to sign a long-term contract in Baltimore. Cosmi could come in and start on the right side of the line right away, giving the Ravens the kind of stability they covet at tackle.

— Sam Monson

32. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: S Trevon Moehrig, TCU

The draft couldn’t have fallen better for the Buccaneers here with Trevon Moehrig being available. Jordan Whitehead is entering a contract year and is one of the team’s few starters who doesn’t frequently play at an above-average level.

Moehrig hits just as hard as Whitehead does and could immediately put the veteran’s starting spot in jeopardy. Given Moehrig’s explosiveness and experience in the slot, he could also be featured exclusively in big nickel or big dime packages if he’s not ready for a true starting role. This makes this a safer pick than usual, yet it has a ton of upside.

— Timo Riske

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33. Jacksonville Jaguars: OT Dillon Radunz, NDSU

The Jaguars placed the franchise tag on left tackle Cam Robinson, securing him for at least the 2021 season, but the former second-round pick has never earned a PFF grade above 64 over a season in his NFL career. On the right side, Jawaan Taylor coughed up 58 total pressures in 2020, giving Jacksonville the worst duo in the league in terms of surrendering pressure. Radunz could easily supplant either of them in Year 1; worst-case scenario he’s waiting in the wings for a year into the future.

— Sam Monson

34. New York Jets: CB Asante Samuel Jr., Florida State

I love this move for the Jets. After taking Farley in the first, we can double up at one of the most important positions on the field with a different style of player in Samuel. He is a playmaker, especially in zone concepts, and we’ve seen what head coach Robert Saleh has done with a similar player in Jason Verrett. The Jets have now addressed their biggest non-QB need with two of the five best corners in the draft.

— Steve Palazzolo

35. Atlanta Falcons: EDGE Gregory Rousseau, Miami (FL)

No edge made sense for them in Round 1, so they take a gamble on a wild card here in Rousseau. After a 16-sack season in 2019 where he did most of his damage from the interior, Rousseau never got to take the next step after opting out in 2020.

— Mike Renner

36. Miami Dolphins: EDGE Carlos Basham Jr., Wake Forest

An above-average athlete rushing the passer, Basham gives the Dolphins a pass rusher to pair with last year’s surprise free agent signing Emmanuel Ogbah. With Basham and Parsons, the front seven starts to take shape for Brian Flores’ squad as they try to come close to repeating the great — but noisy — performance that was the 2020 season.

— Eric Eager

37. Philadelphia Eagles: LB Nick Bolton, Missouri

The Eagles had one of the worst linebacker situations in football in 2019, so Bolton would be a huge addition to the defense. Bolton doesn’t have the absurd workout numbers of some of the other players at his position, but his athleticism is more than good enough and he demonstrates exceptional instincts and a nose for the football. Bolton was able to track down and tackle players like Kadarius Toney in the open field, and that’s a good enough endorsement of his tools.

— Sam Monson

38. Cincinnati Bengals: OT Alex Leatherwood, Alabama

After grabbing Chase at No. 5 overall, Cincinnati benefits from a deep offensive tackle class and snags the former Alabama tackle at No. 38 overall. The former five-star recruit has high-end experience playing guard and both tackle spots in the SEC. In an interview on PFF’s 2 for 1 Drafts podcast, Leatherwood said teams coveted his positional versatility. The Bengals can develop Leatherwood as a swing tackle behind presumed starters Jonah Williams and Riley Reiff or even kick him inside to guard at first in an effort to play their best five guys along the line early on.

— Austin Gayle

39. Carolina Panthers: DB Elijah Molden, Washington

Molden isn’t the biggest or fastest prospect, but it’s hard not to feel good about his all-around game translating to the NFL in a slot role. He earned a coverage grade of 92.4 across his final two seasons at Washington. Molden is not just a coverage specialist, either. He is more than willing to come down and make plays against the run, as evidenced by an 85.7 run-defense grade over that same span. Molden can step in as the starting nickel for the Panthers with the potential to play some safety after taking a few snaps there with Washington last season.

— Ben Linsey

40. Denver Broncos: LB Jamin Davis, Kentucky

We solidify the interior of the Broncos defense with the long Jamin Davis, who burst onto the scene in 2020 with an 87.5 run defense grade. He can make plays by himself in the 2-high Broncos system with his burst, and his potential is off the charts.

— Seth Galina

41. Detroit Lions: WR Kadarius Toney, Florida

Wait, didn’t you draft DeVonta Smith in Round 1? I sure did — the Lions receiving unit is that bad, and Toney is too good to pass up here at 41st overall. He’s not a polished route-runner at all, but he will be one of the most difficult people to tackle from Day 1 in the NFL. Plus, I think we’ve seen enough flashes from him between the 2020 season and Senior Bowl to believe he will get his route-running chops up to NFL standards. Toney moves in a way no human should, and that has helped him break 66 tackles on 187 career touches at Florida.

— Anthony Treash

42. New York Giants: TE Pat Freiermuth, Penn State

Yes, Evan Engram is already on the Giants’ roster, but note that he is in a contract year and, most importantly, Freiermuth plays the position completely different than Engram. The Penn State junior is another prospect who improved his craft in every season throughout college. He can shred defenders with body blows and projects to catch more shallow passes and turn them into big gains through breaking tackles. The Giants have accumulated a lot of downfield prowess in their receiving room, and Freiermuth could use the space opened up underneath to provide Daniel Jones with some much-needed easy completions.

— Timo Riske

43. San Francisco 49ers: WR Dyami Brown, North Carolina

The 49ers’ offensive dynamo rolls onward. We considered a corner here but chose the player we had more confidence in. Brown brings a nice downfield element to one of the best after-the-catch teams in the NFL, and he will be the recipient of many a Justin Fields downfield dime.

— George Chahrouri

44. Dallas Cowboys: OT Walker Little, Stanford

The Cowboys have a glaring need on their interior offensive line, and Tyron Smith‘s health has been a question over the past five seasons. Instead of forcing a move with their 10th overall pick, they can grab Little after a slight drop in his draft status. He provides depth at a position that has absolutely needed it recently. Given the strength of the tackle position, they should be able to find a valuable contributor with ease in the second round.

Ben Brown

45. Jacksonville Jaguars: IOL Quinn Meinerz, Wisc-Whitewater

Jacksonville’s offensive line isn’t in bad shape, particularly after they grabbed a tackle earlier in the draft. But you can never over-prepare in the trenches, so they grab Meinerz, who caught everybody’s attention at the Senior Bowl — and for reasons beyond his belly-displaying jersey. Meinerz could push to start and give them flexibility on the line or provide exceptional depth or contingency longer-term.

— Sam Monson

46. New England Patriots: LB Jabril Cox, LSU

Cox is one of the better coverage linebackers in the draft, grading at 80.0-plus in that department in all three years as a starter. Two of those seasons came at North Dakota State, but he also showed he could hang in the SEC last season with an 83.5 coverage grade at LSU. Cox adds much-needed pass-game versatility to the New England back-seven.

— Steve Palazzolo

47. Los Angeles Chargers: EDGE Ronnie Perkins, Oklahoma

Need and value match up once again for the Chargers as Perkins adds some juice off the edge opposite of star edge defender Joey Bosa. Perkins graded above 90.0 as both a run defender and as a pass-rusher last season, and he’s been starting since his true freshman season at Oklahoma.

— Steve Palazzolo

48. Las Vegas Raiders: OT Jackson Carman, Clemson

Carman is PFF’s ninth-ranked offensive tackle and No. 48 overall player in the 2021 NFL Draft. He never really put it all together at Clemson, but he’s still an extremely young prospect with an athletic profile that could develop into something special at either guard or tackle in the NFL.

— Austin Gayle

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49. Arizona Cardinals: OL Landon Dickerson, Alabama

This is a good value for the Cardinals, as Dickerson’s draft prop is currently pick 31.5. While an additional wide receiver might be of good use for young Kyler Murray, getting the most valuable center in college football in 2020 will do.

— Eric Eager

50. Miami Dolphins: QB Kyle Trask, Florida

Trask was very effective in 2020, and while we’ll remember his poor showing in the bowl game, he’s a good value here for a Dolphins team that needs a second option behind Tua, who was shaky as a rookie. Miami, a smart team, learns from Philly with this pick.

— Eric Eager

51. Washington Football Team: OT Liam Eichenberg, Notre Dame

52. Chicago Bears: S Richie Grant, UCF

53. Tennessee Titans: S Jamar Johnson, Indiana

54. Indianapolis Colts: QB Kellen Mond, Texas A&M

55. Pittsburgh Steelers: IOL Creed Humphrey, Oklahoma

56. Seattle Seahawks: DI Alim McNeill, North Carolina State

57. Los Angeles Rams: S Jevon Holland, Oregon

58. Kansas City Chiefs: G Wyatt Davis, Ohio State

59. Cleveland Browns: EDGE Payton Turner, Houston

60. New Orleans Saints: CB Kelvin Joseph, Kentucky

61. Buffalo Bills: DB Ar’Darius Washington, TCU

62. Green Bay Packers: CB Aaron Robinson, UCF

63. Kansas City Chiefs: CB Eric Stokes, Georgia

64. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: EDGE Joseph Ossai, Texas

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65. Jacksonville Jaguars: CB Tay Gowan, UCF

66. New York Jets: EDGE Rashad Weaver, Pittsburgh

67. Houston Texans: IOL Kendrick Green, Illinois

68. Atlanta Falcons: RB Javonte Williams, North Carolina

69. Cincinnati Bengals: OT Brady Christensen, BYU

70. Philadelphia Eagles: CB Ifeatu Melifonwu, Syracuse

71. Miami Dolphins (via Denver): S Andre Cisco, Syracuse

72. Detroit Lions: DI Milton Williams, Louisiana Tech

73. Carolina Panthers: IOL Trey Smith, Tennessee

74. Washington Football Team: CB Thomas Graham Jr., Oregon

75. Dallas Cowboys: EDGE Joe Tryon, Washington

76. New York Giants: QB Davis Mills, Stanford

77. Los Angeles Chargers: DI Levi Onwuzurike, Washington

78. Minnesota Vikings: EDGE Dayo Odeyingbo, Vanderbilt

79. Las Vegas Raiders: OT Stone Forsythe, Florida

80. Las Vegas Raiders: DI Tommy Togiai, Ohio State

81. Miami Dolphins: RB Najee Harris, Alabama

82. Washington Football Team: LB Justin Hilliard, Ohio State

83. Chicago Bears: WR Josh Palmer, Tennessee

84. Philadelphia Eagles: DI Osa Odighizuwa, UCLA

85. Tennessee Titans: G Ben Cleveland, Georgia

86. New York Jets: RB Travis Etienne, Clemson

87. Pittsburgh Steelers: RB Michael Carter, North Carolina

88. Los Angeles Rams: C Robert Hainsey, Notre Dame

89. Cleveland Browns: WR Amon-Ra St. Brown, USC

90. Minnesota Vikings: DI Bobby Brown, Texas A&M

91. Cleveland Browns: CB Benjamin St-Juste, Minnesota

92. Green Bay Packers: EDGE Cameron Sample, Tulane

93. Buffalo Bills: CB Tre Brown, Oklahoma

94. Baltimore Ravens: WR Nico Collins, Michigan

95. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: DI Marvin Wilson, Florida State

96. New England Patriots: WR Tylan Wallace, Oklahoma State

97. Los Angeles Chargers: CB Tyson Campbell, Georgia

98. New Orleans Saints: TE Tommy Tremble, Notre Dame

99. Dallas Cowboys: S Divine Deablo, Virginia Tech

100. Tennessee Titans: WR Jaelon Darden, North Texas

101. Detroit Lions: EDGE Chris Rumph II, Duke

102. San Francisco 49ers: CB Paulson Adebo, Stanford

103. Los Angeles Rams: WR Simi Fehoko, Stanford

104. Baltimore Ravens: WR Dax Milne, BYU

105. New Orleans Saints: CB Rachad Wildgoose, Wisconsin

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106. Jacksonville Jaguars: LB Pete Werner, Ohio State

107. New York Jets: TE Hunter Long, Boston College

108. Atlanta Falcons: WR Cade Johnson, South Dakota State

109. Houston Texans: EDGE Patrick Johnson, Tulane

110. Cleveland Browns: CB Ambry Thomas, Michigan

111. Cincinnati Bengals: DI Daviyon Nixon, Iowa

112. Detroit Lions: CB Trill Williams, Syracuse

113. Carolina Panthers: LB Baron Browning, Ohio State

114. Denver Broncos: DI Tyler Shelvin, LSU

115. Dallas Cowboys: LB Monty Rice, Georgia

116. New York Giants: WR Ihmir Smith-Marsette, Iowa

117. San Francisco 49ers: TE Brevin Jordan, Miami

118. Los Angeles Chargers: WR Cornell Powell, Clemson

119. Minnesota Vikings: S Tyree Gillespie, Missouri

120. New England Patriots: S Hamsah Nasirildeen, Florida State

121. Las Vegas Raiders: IOL Aaron Banks, Notre Dame

122. New England Patriots: G Deonte Brown, Alabama

123. Philadelphia Eagles: WR Amari Rodgers, Clemson

124. Washington Football Team: LB Derrick Barnes, Purdue

125. Minnesota Vikings: IOL David Moore, Grambling

126. Tennessee Titans: RB Kenneth Gainwell, Memphis

127. Indianapolis Colts: DI Khyiris Tonga, BYU

128. Pittsburgh Steelers: OT Spencer Brown, Northern Iowa

129. Seattle Seahawks: OT James Hudson, Cincinnati

130. Jacksonville Jaguars: WR D’Wayne Eskridge, Western Michigan

131. Baltimore Ravens: LB Chazz Surratt, North Carolina

132. Cleveland Browns: DB Shaun Wade, The Ohio State

133. New Orleans Saints: WR Tutu Atwell, Louisville

134. Minnesota Vikings: EDGE Joshua Kaindoh, FSU

135. Green Bay Packers: DI Marlon Tuipulotu, USC

136. Baltimore Ravens: EDGE Shaka Toney, Penn State

137. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: C Drew Dalman, Stanford

138. Dallas Cowboys: C Josh Myers, Ohio State

139. New England Patriots: OT Jalen Mayfield, Michigan

140. Pittsburgh Steelers: LB Cameron McGrone, Michigan

141. Los Angeles Rams: DI Jonathan Marshall, Arkansas

142. Green Bay Packers: WR Seth Williams, Auburn

143. Minnesota Vikings: CB Marco Wilson, Florida

144. Kansas City Chiefs: CB Camryn Bynum, Cal


145. Jacksonville Jaguars: DI Jay Tufele, USC

146. New York Jets: OT Brenden Jaimes, Nebraska

147. Houston Texans: RB Khalil Herbert, Virginia Tech

148. Atlanta Falcons: S Damar Hamlin, Pittsburgh

149. Cincinnati Bengals: Edge Jonathan Cooper, Ohio State

150. Philadelphia Eagles: CB D.J. Daniel, Georgia

151. Carolina Panthers: CB Robert Rochell, Central Arkansas

152. Denver Broncos: RB Trey Sermon, Ohio State

153. Detroit Lions: CB Olaijah Griffin, USC

154. New York Jets: EDGE Quincey Roche, Miami via Temple

155. San Francisco 49ers: WR K.J. Stepherson, Notre Dame

156. Denver Broncos: EDGE Malcolm Koonce, Buffalo

157. Minnesota Vikings: S Tariq Thompson, SDSU

158. Houston Texans: S Kary Vincent Jr., LSU

159. Los Angeles Chargers: CB Rodarius Williams, Oklahoma State

160. Arizona Cardinals: CB Israel Mukuamu, South Carolina

161. Buffalo Bills: RB Demetric Felton, UCLA

162. Las Vegas Raiders: S James Wiggins, Cincinnati

163. Washington Football Team: QB Jamie Newman, Wake Forest/Georgia

164. Chicago Bears: CB Shakur Brown, Michigan State

165. Indianapolis Colts: WR Shi Smith, South Carolina

166. Tennessee Titans: EDGE Chauncey Golston, Iowa

167. Las Vegas Raiders: S Christian Uphoff, NIU

168. Minnesota Vikings: S Shawn Davis, Florida

169. Cleveland Browns: EDGE Jordan Smith, UAB

170. Jacksonville Jaguars: TE Briley Moore Jr., Kansas State

171. Baltimore Ravens: S Talanoa Hufanga, USC

172. San Francisco 49ers: EDGE Janarius Robinson, FSU

173. Green Bay Packers: RB Chris Evans, Michigan

174. Buffalo Bills: DI O’Bryan Goodson, Memphis

175. Kansas City Chiefs: S Caden Sterns, Texas

176. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: WR Anthony Schwartz, Auburn

177. New England Patriots: Edge Elerson Smith, Northern Iowa

178. Green Bay Packers: S Jamien Sherwood, Auburn

179. Dallas Cowboys: TE John Bates, Boise State

180. San Francisco 49ers: OT Jaylon Moore, WMU

181. Kansas City Chiefs: RB Pooka Williams, Kansas

182. Atlanta Falcons: WR Trevon Grimes, Florida

183. Atlanta Falcons: WR Jacob Harris, UCF

184. Baltimore Ravens: HB Elijah Mitchell, Louisiana

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185. Los Angeles Chargers: RB Gary Brightwell, Arizona State

186. New York Jets: WR Austin Watkins, UAB

187. Atlanta Falcons: IOL Drake Jackson, Kentucky

188. New England Patriots: RB Rhamondre Stevenson, Oklahoma

189. Philadelphia Eagles: G Larry Borom, Missouri

190. Cincinnati Bengals: WR Tamorrion Terry, Florida State

191. Denver Broncos: S Aashari Crosswell, Arizona State

192. Dallas Cowboys: CB Mark Gilbert, Duke

193. Carolina Panthers: OT D’Ante Smith, East Carolina

194. San Francisco 49ers: HB Chuba Hubbard, Oklahoma State

195. Houston Texans: LB Dylan Moses, Alabama

196. New York Giants: S Chris Brown, Texas

197. New England Patriots: CB Bryce Thompson, Tennessee

198. Los Angeles Chargers: RB Kylin Hill, Mississippi State

199. Minnesota Vikings: ED Charles Snowden, Virginia

200. Las Vegas Raiders: S Darrick Forrest, Cincinnati

201. New York Giants: EDGE Patrick Jones II, Pittsburgh

202. Cincinnati Bengals: WR Marquez Stevenson, Houston

203. Houston Texans: WR Antonio Nunn, Buffalo

204. Chicago Bears: LB Ernest Jones, South Carolina

205. Tennessee Titans: OT Tommy Doyle, Miami (OH)

206. Indianapolis Colts: WR Tyler Vaughns, USC

207. Kansas City Chiefs: WR Sage Surratt, Wake Forest

208. Chicago Bears: IOL Chandon Herring, BYU

209. Los Angeles Rams: CB Shemar Jean-Charles, App State

210. Baltimore Ravens: TE Noah Gray, Duke

211. Cleveland Browns: OL Cole Van Lanen, Wisconsin

212. Houston Texans: CB Deommodore Lenoir, Oregon

213. Buffalo Bills: Edge Taron Jackson, Coastal Carolina

214. Green Bay Packers: CB Zech McPhearson, Texas Tech

215. Tennessee Titans: TE Tony Poljan, Virginia

216. Pittsburgh Steelers: CB Antonio Phillips, Ball State

217. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: QB Ian Book, Notre Dame

218. New Orleans Saints: OT Alaric Jackson, Iowa

219. Atlanta Falcons: IOL Jack Anderson, Texas Tech

220. Green Bay Packers: LB Garret Wallow, TCU

221. Chicago Bears: WR Jonathan Adams, Arkansas State

222. Carolina Panthers: CB Jason Pinnock, Pittsburgh

223. Minnesota Vikings: IOL Michael Menet, Penn State

224. Philadelphia Eagles: QB Feleipe Franks, Arkansas

225. Philadelphia Eagles: DI Ta’Quon Graham, Texas

226. New York Jets: RB Jaret Patterson, Buffalo

227. Dallas Cowboys: QB Sam Ehlinger, Texas

228. Chicago Bears: EDGE Earnest Brown IV, Northwestern


229. New Orleans Saints: RB Jermar Jefferson, Oregon State

230. San Francisco 49ers: S JaCoby Stevens, LSU

231. Miami Dolphins: WR Frank Darby, Arizona State

232. Tennessee Titans: QB Shane Buechele, SMU

233. Houston Texans: WR Tre Walker, San Jose State

234. Philadelphia Eagles: WR Dazz Newsome, North Carolina

235. Cincinnati Bengals: RB Kene Nwangwu, Iowa State

236. Buffalo Bills: EDGE William Bradley-King, Baylor

237. Denver Broncos: WR Whop Philyor, Indiana

238. Dallas Cowboys: WR Damonte Coxie, SMU

239. Denver Broncos: S Richard LeCounte, Georgia

240. Philadelphia Eagles: EDGE Victor Dimukeje, Duke

241. Los Angeles Chargers: IOL Tristen Hoge, BYU

242. New England Patriots: DI Darius Stills, West Virginia

243. Arizona Cardinals: DI Mustafa Johnson, Colorado

244. Washington Football Team: LB Isaiah McDuffie, Boston College

245. Pittsburgh Steelers: IOL Robert Jones, Middle Tennessee State

246. Washington Football Team: RB Javian Hawkins, Louisville

247. Arizona Cardinals: TE Kylen Granson, SMU

248. Indianapolis Colts: FB Ben Mason, Michigan

249. Jacksonville Jaguars: LB Buddy Johnson, Texas A&M

250. Seattle Seahawks: OT Royce Newman, Ole Miss

251. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: EDGE Hamilcar Rashed Jr., Oregon State

252. Los Angeles Rams: EDGE Raymond Johnson III, Georgia Southern

253. Denver Broncos: LB K.J. Britt, Auburn

254. Pittsburgh Steelers: TE Matt Bushman, BYU

255. New Orleans Saints: OT William Sherman, Colorado

256. Green Bay Packers: EDGE Daelin Hayes, Notre Dame

257. Cleveland Browns: DI Quinton Bohanna, Kentucky

258. Miami Dolphins: IOL Sadarius Hutcherson, South Carolina

259. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: K Evan McPherson, Florida

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16. CB Jaycee Horn, South Carolina

49. OL Landon Dickerson, Alabama

160. CB Israel Mukuamu, South Carolina

243. DI Mustafa Johnson, Colorado

247. TE Kylen Granson, SMU


4. TE Kyle Pitts, Florida

35. Edge Gregory Rousseau, Miami (FL)

68. RB Javonte Williams, North Carolina

108. WR Cade Johnson, South Dakota State

148. S Damar Hamlin, Pittsburgh

182. WR Trevon Grimes, Florida

183. WR Jacob Harris, UCF

187. IOL Drake Jackson, Kentucky

219. IOL Jack Anderson, Texas Tech


27. Edge Jayson Oweh, Penn State

31. OT Samuel Cosmi, Texas

94. WR Nico Collins, Michigan

104. WR Dax Milne, BYU

131. LB Chazz Surratt, North Carolina

136. Edge Shaka Toney, Penn State

171. S Talanoa Hufanga, USC

184. HB Elijah Mitchell, Louisiana

210. TE Noah Gray, Duke


30. WR Rondale Moore, Purdue

61. DB Ar’Darius Washington, TCU

93. CB Tre Brown, Oklahoma

161. RB Demetric Felton, UCLA

174. DI O’Bryan Goodson, Memphis

213. Edge Taron Jackson, Coastal Carolina

236. Edge William Bradley-King, Baylor


8. OT Penei Sewell, Oregon

39. DB Elijah Molden, Washington

73. IOL Trey Smith, Tennessee

113. LB Baron Browning, Ohio State

151. CB Robert Rochell, Central Arkansas

193. OT D’Ante Smith, East Carolina

222. CB Jason Pinnock, Pittsburgh


20. OT Teven Jenkins, Oklahoma State

52. S Richie Grant, UCF

83. WR Josh Palmer, Tennessee

164. CB Shakur Brown, Michigan State

204. LB Ernest Jones, South Carolina

208. IOL Chandon Herring, BYU

221. WR Jonathan Adams, Arkansas State

228. Edge Earnest Brown IV, Northwestern


5. WR Ja’Marr Chase, LSU

38. OT Alex Leatherwood, Alabama

69. OT Brady Christensen, BYU

111. DI Daviyon Nixon, Iowa

149. Edge Jonathan Cooper, Ohio State

190. WR Tamorrion Terry, Florida State

202. WR Marquez Stevenson, Houston

235. RB Kene Nwangwu, Iowa State


26. LB Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah, Notre Dame

59. Edge Payton Turner, Houston

89. WR Amon-Ra St. Brown, USC

91. CB Benjamin St-Juste, Minnesota

110. CB Ambry Thomas, Michigan

132. DB Shaun Wade, The Ohio State

169. Edge Jordan Smith, UAB

211. OL Cole Van Lanen, Wisconsin

257. DI Quinton Bohanna, Kentucky


10. CB Patrick Surtain II, Alabama

44. OT Walker Little, Stanford

75. Edge Joe Tryon, Washington

99. S Divine Deablo, Virginia Tech

115. LB Monty Rice, Georgia

138. C Josh Myers, Ohio State

179. TE John Bates, Boise State

192. CB Mark Gilbert, Duke

227. QB Sam Ehlinger, Texas

238. WR Damonte Coxie, SMU


6. QB Trey Lance, NDSU

40. LB Jamin Davis, Kentucky

114. DI Tyler Shelvin, LSU

152. RB Trey Sermon, Ohio State

156. Edge Malcolm Koonce, Buffalo

191. S Aashari Crosswell, Arizona State

237. WR Whop Philyor, Indiana

239. S Richard LeCounte, Georgia

253. LB K.J. Britt, Auburn


7. WR DeVonta Smith, Alabama

41. WR Kadarius Toney, Florida

72. DI Milton Williams, Louisiana Tech

101. Edge Chris Rumph II, Duke

112. CB Trill Williams, Syracuse

153. CB Olaijah Griffin, USC


29. WR Elijah Moore, Ole Miss

62. CB Aaron Robinson, UCF

92. Edge Cameron Sample, Tulane

135. DI Marlon Tuipulotu, USC

142. WR Seth Williams, Auburn

173. RB Chris Evans, Michigan

178. S Jamien Sherwood, Auburn

214. CB Zech McPhearson, Texas Tech

220. LB Garret Wallow, TCU

256. Edge Daelin Hayes, Notre Dame


67. IOL Kendrick Green, Illinois

109. Edge Patrick Johnson, Tulane

147. RB Khalil Herbert, Virginia Tech

158. S Kary Vincent Jr., LSU

195. LB Dylan Moses, Alabama

203. WR Antonio Nunn, Buffalo

212. CB Deommodore Lenoir, Oregon

233. WR Tre Walker, San Jose State


21. Edge Azeez Ojulari, Georgia

54. QB Kellen Mond, Texas A&M

127. DI Khyiris Tonga, BYU

165. WR Shi Smith, South Carolina

206. WR Tyler Vaughns, USC

248. FB Ben Mason, Michigan


1. QB Trevor Lawrence, Clemson

25. Edge Jaelan Phillips, Miami (FL.)

33. OT Dillon Radunz, NDSU

45. IOL Quinn Meinerz, Wisc-Whitewater

65. CB Tay Gowan, UCF

106. LB Pete Werner, Ohio State

130. WR D’Wayne Eskridge, Western Michigan

145. DI Jay Tufele, USC

170. TE Briley Moore Jr., Kansas State

249. LB Buddy Johnson, Texas A&M


58. G Wyatt Davis, Ohio State

63. CB Eric Stokes, Georgia

144. CB Camryn Bynum, Cal

175. S Caden Sterns, Texas

181. RB Pooka Williams, Kansas

207. WR Sage Surratt, Wake Forest


17. DI Christian Barmore, Alabama

48. OT Jackson Carman, Clemson

79. OT Stone Forsythe, Florida

80. DI Tommy Togiai, Ohio State

121. IOL Aaron Banks, Notre Dame

162. S James Wiggins, Cincinnati

167. S Christian Uphoff, NIU

200. S Darrick Forrest, Cincinnati


13.OT Christian Darrisaw, Virginia Tech

47. Edge Ronnie Perkins, Oklahoma

77. DI Levi Onwuzurike, Washington

97. CB Tyson Campbell, Georgia

118. WR Cornell Powell, Clemson

159. CB Rodarius Williams, Oklahoma State

185. RB Gary Brightwell, Arizona State

198. RB Kylin Hill, Mississippi State

241. IOL Tristen Hoge, BYU


57. S Jevon Holland, Oregon

88. C Robert Hainsey, Notre Dame

103. WR Simi Fehoko, Stanford

141. DI Jonathan Marshall, Arkansas

209. CB Shemar Jean-Charles, App State

252. Edge Raymond Johnson III, Georgia Southern


9. WR Jaylen Waddle, Alabama

18. LB Micah Parsons, Penn State

36. Edge Carlos Basham Jr., Wake Forest

50. QB Kyle Trask, Florida

71. S Andre Cisco, Syracuse

81. RB Najee Harris, Alabama

231. WR Frank Darby, Arizona State

258. IOL Sadarius Hutcherson, South Carolina


14. OT Alijah Vera-Tucker, USC

78. Edge Dayo Odeyingbo, Vanderbilt

90. DI Bobby Brown, Texas A&M

119. S Tyree Gillespie, Missouri

125. IOL David Moore, Grambling

134. Edge Joshua Kaindoh, FSU

143. CB Marco Wilson, Florida

157. S Tariq Thompson, SDSU

168. S Shawn Davis, Florida

199. Edge Charles Snowden, Virginia

223. IOL Michael Menet, Penn State


15. QB Mac Jones, Alabama

46. LB Jabril Cox, LSU

96. WR Tylan Wallace, Oklahoma State

120. S Hamsah Nasirildeen, Florida State

122. G Deonte Brown, Alabama

139. OT Jalen Mayfield, Michigan

177. Edge Elerson Smith, Northern Iowa

188. RB Rhamondre Stevenson, Oklahoma

197. CB Bryce Thompson, Tennessee

242. DI Darius Stills, West Virginia


28. LB Zaven Collins, Tulsa

60. CB Kelvin Joseph, Kentucky

98. TE Tommy Tremble, Notre Dame

105. CB Rachad Wildgoose, Wisconsin

133. WR Tutu Atwell, Louisville

218. OT Alaric Jackson, Iowa

229. RB Jermar Jefferson, Oregon State

255. OT William Sherman, Colorado


11. OT Rashawn Slater, Northwestern

42. TE Pat Freiermuth, Penn State

76. QB Davis Mills, Stanford

116. WR Ihmir Smith-Marsette, Iowa

196. S Chris Brown, Texas

201. Edge Patrick Jones II, Pittsburgh


2. QB Zach Wilson, BYU

23. CB Caleb Farley, Virginia Tech

34. CB Asante Samuel Jr., Florida State

66. Edge Rashad Weaver, Pittsburgh

86. RB Travis Etienne, Clemson

107. TE Hunter Long, Boston College

146. OT Brenden Jaimes, Nebraska

154. Edge Quincey Roche, Miami via Temple

186. WR Austin Watkins, UAB

226. RB Jaret Patterson, Buffalo


12. Edge Kwity Paye, Michigan

37. LB Nick Bolton, Missouri

70. CB Ifeatu Melifonwu, Syracuse

84. DI Osa Odighizuwa, UCLA

123. WR Amari Rodgers, Clemson

150. CB D.J. Daniel, Georgia

189. G Larry Borom, Missouri

224. QB Feleipe Franks, Arkansas

225. DI Ta’Quon Graham, Texas

234. WR Dazz Newsome, North Carolina

240. Edge Victor Dimukeje, Duke


24. CB Greg Newsome II, Northwestern

55. IOL Creed Humphrey, Oklahoma

87. RB Michael Carter, North Carolina

128. OT Spencer Brown, Northern Iowa

140. LB Cameron McGrone, Michigan

216. CB Antonio Phillips, Ball State

245. IOL Robert Jones, Middle Tennessee State

254. TE Matt Bushman, BYU


3. QB Justin Fields, Ohio State

43. WR Dyami Brown, North Carolina

102. CB Paulson Adebo, Stanford

117. TE Brevin Jordan, Miami

155. WR K.J. Stepherson, Notre Dame

172. Edge Janarius Robinson, FSU

180. OT Jaylon Moore, WMU

194. HB Chuba Hubbard, Oklahoma State

230. S JaCoby Stevens, LSU


56. DI Alim McNeill, North Carolina State

129. OT James Hudson, Cincinnati

250. OT Royce Newman, Ole Miss


32. S Trevon Moehrig, TCU

64. Edge Joseph Ossai, Texas

95. DI Marvin Wilson, Florida State

137. C Drew Dalman, Stanford

176. WR Anthony Schwartz, Auburn

217. QB Ian Book, Notre Dame

251. Edge Hamilcar Rashed Jr., Oregon State

259. K Evan McPherson, Florida


22. WR Terrace Marshall, LSU

53. S Jamar Johnson, Indiana

85. G Ben Cleveland, Georgia

100. WR Jaelon Darden, North Texas

126. RB Kenneth Gainwell, Memphis

166. Edge Chauncey Golston, Iowa

205. OT Tommy Doyle, Miami (OH)

215. TE Tony Poljan, Virginia

232. QB Shane Buechele, SMU


19. WR Rashod Bateman, Minnesota

51. OT Liam Eichenberg, Notre Dame

74. CB Thomas Graham Jr., Oregon

82. LB Justin Hilliard, Ohio State

124. LB Derrick Barnes, Purdue

163. QB Jamie Newman, Wake Forest/Georgia

244. LB Isaiah McDuffie, Boston College

246. RB Javian Hawkins, Louisville

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