It’s been a big week for the NFL, and some of the biggest names have found new places to call home; Tom Brady is a Buccaneer, Philip Rivers is a Colt, and DeAndre Hopkins is a Cardinal. The Cowboys themselves have been busy, retaining a few of their players and adding Gerald McCoy and HaHa Clinton-Dix to boot.
A lot of these changes have filled holes for teams, which brings with it a big change in teams’ approaches to the 2020 NFL draft. With that in mind, as well as all the big trades that have happened, here is my first full seven round mock draft, which includes trades up through the first three rounds.
Note: the projected trades were largely completed using the trade tool on The Draft Network.
1. Cincinnati Bengals - Joe Burrow, QB - LSU
I don’t think there’s any question about this one. The Bengals have a new franchise quarterback.
2. Washington Redskins - Chase Young, EDGE - Ohio State
The Redskins could trade down or maybe even take someone else, but they’d be foolish to pass up the best player in the draft. Young will give them a terrifying pass rush for years.
3. Detroit Lions - Jeffrey Okudah, CB - Ohio State
The Lions’ pass defense was abysmal last year, and they just traded away their top cornerback. Desmond Trufant could be a sneaky good addition, but he’s not reliable as a top corner anymore. Okudah is, though, and he makes a nice tandem with Trufant to significantly upgrade this secondary.
4. New York Giants - Tristan Wirfs, OT - Iowa
Dave Gettleman loves him some hogmollies, and Tristan Wirfs might just be this year’s best. Protecting Daniel Jones has to be the imperative in New York, and Wirfs can easily secure the right side of the line from day one.
5. Miami Dolphins - Tua Tagovailoa, QB - Alabama
I mean, duh. The Dolphins are infatuated with Tagovailoa and with the star quarterback’s medical records all coming back clean, there’s nothing stopping Miami from taking the guy they just tanked for.
6. Los Angeles Chargers - Mekhi Becton, OT - Louisville
The Chargers need a quarterback, but they also just waived goodbye to their longtime face of the franchise because he had no protection. Signing Bryan Bulaga and trading for Trai Turner shores up the Chargers’ right side, and Becton can become a foundational left tackle in LA for whoever takes snaps under center.
7. Carolina Panthers - Isaiah Simmons, LB - Clemson
Derrick Brown is the common link here, and Carolina might also be interested in trading down for a bevy of picks. But the allure of Simmons, who is a positionless defensive weapon that Matt Rhule can deploy anywhere and everywhere, might be too much to resist. That he fills a hole created by Luke Kuechly’s retirement is just icing on the cake.
8. Arizona Cardinals - Jedrick Wills, OT - Alabama
The Cardinals don’t need a receiver anymore after their thievery of DeAndre Hopkins from Houston, so instead they can focus on protecting Kyler Murray. Wills can play either left or right tackle and would immediately upgrade the line wherever he plays.
9. New York Jets (from JAX) - Andrew Thomas, OT - Georgia
*** Mock trade alert ***
NYJ gets: JAX 1st round (9th), JAX 6th round (189th)
JAX gets: NYJ 1st round (11th), NYJ 3rd round (68th), NYJ 5th round (158th)
With the Cardinals taking Becton, that leaves only Thomas among the big four offensive tackles in the draft. Knowing that Cleveland has a need at the position, the Jets make an aggressive move to get him and secure the blind side for Sam Darnold.
10. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (from CLE) - Derrick Brown, DL - Auburn
*** Mock trade alert ***
CLE gets: TB 1st round (14th), 3rd round (76th), 6th round (194th)
TB gets: CLE 1st round (10th)
With Thomas off the board, the Browns decide not to reach for a player and instead get a few more draft picks from the Buccaneers. Tampa Bay is in win-now mode after signing Tom Brady, so they make the move for Brown, who immediately creates a threatening front with Vita Vea and helps the Bucs create a defense that can supplement Brady and the offense.
11. Jacksonville Jaguars (from NYJ) - Javon Kinlaw, DL - South Carolina
The Jaguars need a big presence on the interior of their defensive line, and Kinlaw fits that mold perfectly. He’s a great disruptor who can be an anchor for the defense as they go through yet another rebuild in Jacksonville.
12. Las Vegas Raiders - CeeDee Lamb, WR - Oklahoma
Jon Gruden will be so tempted to take Justin Herbert here, but he’ll resist. Their top two pass catchers last year were a tight end and a rookie receiver, so Derek Carr - or whoever else - needs more weapons. Lamb is an all-around star who can immediately elevate the offense.
13. San Francisco 49ers (from IND) - Jerry Jeudy, WR - Alabama
The 49ers’ trade of DeForest Buckner was a bit of a surprise, but it gives Kyle Shanahan a chance to fortify his offense going forward. Emmanuel Sanders gave the passing game a jolt when he was acquired last season, and Jeudy represents a young, long term version of that. He and Garoppolo can become a dangerous threat to opposing defenses.
14. New England Patriots (from CLE) - Justin Herbert, QB - Oregon
*** Mock trade alert ***
NE gets: CLE 1st round (14th), 2021 5th round
CLE gets: NE 1st round (23rd), 3rd round (87th), 4th round (125th), 7th round (230th)
The Patriots have a need at QB and a whole bunch of draft picks. So when Herbert slides this far, Bill Belichick siphons off some draft capital to get a great deal on the Oregon star. Herbert’s athleticism and physical tools will make him a perfect project for Josh McDaniels, and he can grow into their franchise quarterback with ease.
15. Denver Broncos - Henry Ruggs III, WR - Alabama
The Broncos believe they have their franchise quarterback in Drew Lock, and now they want to get him a complementary weapon to Courtland Sutton. Ruggs has speed for days, which contrasts nicely with Sutton’s possession style of play to give Lock two great options.
16. Atlanta Falcons - K’Lavon Chaisson, EDGE - LSU
The Falcons landed Dante Fowler Jr. in free agency, but they still need edge rushers. Chaisson can be a dynamic rusher that head coach Dan Quinn can use in a variety of ways, and his skill in run defense is a cherry on top.
17. Dallas Cowboys - CJ Henderson, CB - Florida
The Cowboys have mitigated some of the loss of Byron Jones by re-signing Anthony Brown and bringing in Maurice Canady, but they still lack a true number one corner. Henderson fits that bill in his sleep, as detailed in this scouting report on the Gator. He’s excellent in both man and zone coverages and is a ballhawk, something this new coaching staff craves. He’ll immediately become the team’s top pass defender.
18. Miami Dolphins (from PIT) - Xavier McKinney, S - Alabama
The Dolphins’ signing of Byron Jones to go along with Xavien Howard gives them an exceptional cornerback tandem, but head coach Brian Flores needs more improvements in his secondary. McKinney is the best safety in the draft and he has the position flexibility to be moved around like the Dolphins wanted to do with Minkah Fitzpatrick.
19. Las Vegas Raiders (from CHI) - Kristian Fulton, CB - LSU
The Raiders got a new top target for their offense, and now they need to focus on shutting down opposing teams’ top targets. Fulton doesn’t do much in the way of takeaways, but he’s arguably a better cover corner than Henderson; he can give this defense what they’ve been missing in their secondary and help the Raiders take the next step.
20. Jacksonville Jaguars (from LAR) - Grant Delpit, S - LSU
The Jaguars would’ve loved to get Fulton after trading away both Jalen Ramsey and AJ Bouye, but they settle instead for a ballhawking safety in Delpit. He has concerns about his tackling skills, but with the scheme that Jacksonville runs he’ll be deployed as a single high safety more often than not, capitalizing on his excellent traits in coverage.
21. Philadelphia Eagles - Jalen Reagor, WR - TCU
The Eagles came into the draft with two big needs: receiver and cornerback. They solved one (partially) by trading for Darius Slay, and with their first pick in the draft they address the other. Reagor is far and away the most complete receiver on the board at this point, and Philadelphia can feature him heavily in their offense right away.
22. Minnesota Vikings (from BUF) - Jeff Gladney, CB - TCU
The Vikings’ top two corners from 2019 - Trae Waynes and Xavier Rhodes - are now gone. Mike Hughes is expected to get a shot at being the top dog, but Mike Zimmer will want another talented defender opposite him. He should salivate over Gladney, who thrives in man coverage and has a nose for the ball. This is a match made in heaven.
23. Cleveland Browns (from NE) - Josh Jones, OT - Houston
After trading back twice, the Browns finally get to draft someone, and it’s at the position they initially wanted to draft at 10. Signing Jack Conklin in free agency fixes the Browns’ right tackle issues, and Jones can slide into their left tackle spot to give Baker Mayfield some time to actually read the defense.
24. New Orleans Saints - Patrick Queen, LB - LSU
Maybe there’s some temptation to take Jordan Love and groom him to eventually replace Drew Brees, but the Saints have bigger needs. Linebacker is one of them, as AJ Klein left in free agency. The Saints could do a lot worse than Queen, an all around talent who can shore things up between a talented defensive line and secondary.
25. Minnesota Vikings - Laviska Shenault Jr., WR - Colorado
Stefon Diggs is gone, which means the Vikings need to find a new receiver to pair with Adam Thielen. Shenault comes into the draft in much the same way Diggs did: noted for his natural talent and skill, but raising questions about low production in college. That shouldn’t be a problem in Minnesota, though, as Thielen will draw the defense’s attention and free up the rookie.
26. Miami Dolphins (from HOU) - Lloyd Cushenberry III, OG - LSU
At this point, Miami has their franchise quarterback with Tagovailoa and some decent weapons to throw to, but protection remains the key. They got solid performances from several linemen last year, but center is the biggest hole right now. Cushenberry might be the best center in this draft, and he can help anchor the line for Tagovailoa as the Dolphins try to make a huge jump in 2020.
27. Seattle Seahawks - Yetur Gross-Matos, EDGE - Penn State
Seattle brought back Bruce Irvin, sure, but he’s neither a short-term or long-term solution to the void Jadeveon Clowney left. Gross-Matos offers a very high ceiling as a pass rusher and is a near-perfect fit in the Seahawks’ defensive scheme. Even if Irvin gets more reps, Gross-Matos is the right investment for this team.
28. Baltimore Ravens - Kenneth Murray, LB - Oklahoma
As far as team-player fits go, there are few better than Murray to the Ravens. He’s capable of filling multiple roles on a defense, and that versatility is exactly what Baltimore loves to see from interior linebackers. He’ll quickly become a field general for this young defense.
29. Tennessee Titans - Neville Gallimore, DL - Oklahoma
The Titans’ trade of Jurrell Casey opens up a need on the defensive line next to Jeffery Simmons. Gallimore is an ideal replacement option for Casey, as penetration is the name of the game for him. He and Simmons can wreak havoc together on opposing offenses for years to come.
30. Green Bay Packers - Tee Higgins, WR - Clemson
Aaron Rodgers targeted his running back and tight end more than any receiver not named Davante Adams last year, which means Green Bay should get their aging quarterback some help. Higgins represents a massive deep threat that would pair well with Adams’ versatility and could reignite what was a middling offense far too much in 2019.
31. Los Angeles Chargers (from SF) - Jordan Love, QB - Utah State
*** Mock trade alert ***
SF gets: LAC 2nd round (37th), 4th round (112th)
LAC gets: SF 1st round (31st)
The 49ers don’t have a whole lot of picks and would be wise to try and acquire more draft capital via trading down. And with Love still on the board, it’s perfect incentive for the Chargers to trade up and get their next quarterback. Love can take time to develop and mature behind Tyrod Taylor, but his raw potential makes him an ideal candidate for future greatness.
32. Atlanta Falcons (from KC) - D’Andre Swift, RB - Georgia
*** Mock trade alert ***
ATL gets: KC 1st (32)
KC gets: ATL 2nd (47), 4th (143), 7th (228)
The Chiefs have few needs, as is common for Super Bowl winning teams, and the few needs they do have can’t be appropriately addressed at 32. A trade down makes sense, and the Falcons take advantage to get arguably the draft’s top running back to pair with the talented but declining Todd Gurley.
33. Cincinnati Bengals - Justin Jefferson, WR - LSU
34. Indianapolis Colts (from WAS) - Denzel Mims, WR - Baylor
35. Detroit Lions - Raekwon Davis, DL - Alabama
36. New York Giants - AJ Espenesa, EDGE - Iowa
37. San Francisco 49ers (from LAC) - Noah Igbinoghene, CB - Auburn
38. Carolina Panthers - Trevon Diggs, CB - Alabama
39. Miami Dolphins - Lucas Niang, OT - TCU
40. Houston Texans (from AZ) - Michael Pittman Jr., WR - USC
41. Cleveland Browns - Antoine Winfield Jr., S - Minnesota
42. Jacksonville Jaguars - Cameron Dantzler, CB - Mississippi State
43. Chicago Bears (from LV) - Cesar Ruiz, OG - Michigan
44. Miami Dolphins (from IND) - JK Dobbins, RB - Ohio State
*** Mock trade alert ***
IND gets: Josh Rosen, MIA 5th round (153rd)
MIA gets: IND 2nd round (44th), 6th round (197th)
After missing out on Jordan Love, the Colts deal a second and sixth rounder to the Dolphins for Josh Rosen, who can offer a cheap developmental player behind Philip Rivers. Miami, on the other hand, gets an incredibly talented running back in Dobbins who should pair nicely with the recently signed Jordan Howard.
45. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Austin Jackson, OT - USC
46. Denver Broncos - Ross Blacklock, DL - TCU
47. Kansas City Chiefs (from ATL) - AJ Terrell, CB - Clemson
48. New York Jets - Terrell Lewis, EDGE - Alabama
49. Pittsburgh Steelers - Jonathan Taylor, RB - Wisconsin
50. Chicago Bears - Bryce Hall, CB - Virginia
51. Dallas Cowboys - Zack Baun, EDGE - Wisconsin
This would be an absolute steal for the Cowboys. Baun is an edge rushing chess piece that can be used in a variety of different ways. He’ll undoubtedly draw comparisons to TJ Watt, and while he’s not as athletic or skilled, he’s more versatile. He has late-first round talent but his status as a tweener could cause him to fall, at which point the Cowboys would be ecstatic to insert him into their multiple 4-3 defense.
52. Los Angeles Rams - Ezra Cleveland, OT - Boise State
53. Philadelphia Eagles - Damon Arnette, CB - Ohio State
54. Buffalo Bills - Jaylon Johnson, CB - Utah
55. Baltimore Ravens (from NE) - KJ Hamler, WR - Penn State
56. Miami Dolphins (from NO) - Brandon Aiyuk, WR - Arizona State
57. Houston Texans - Curtis Weaver, EDGE - Boise State
58. Minnesota Vikings - Justin Madubuike, DL - Texas A&M
59. Seattle Seahawks - Donovan Peoples-Jones, WR - Michigan
60. Baltimore Ravens - Jonah Jackson, OG - Ohio State
61. Tennessee Titans - Julian Okwara, EDGE - Notre Dame
62. Green Bay Packers - Cole Kmet, TE - Notre Dame
63. Kansas City Chiefs (from SF) - Matt Hennessy, OG - Temple
64. Seattle Seahawks (from KC) - Ashtyn Davis, S - Cal
65. Cincinnati Bengals - Clyde Edwards-Helaire, RB - LSU
66. Washington Redskins - Prince Tega-Wanogho, OT - Auburn
67. Detroit Lions - Joshua Uche, EDGE - Michigan
68. Denver Broncos (from JAX) - Isaiah Wilson, OT - Georgia
*** Mock trade alert ***
DEN gets: JAX 3rd round (68th), 5th round (165th)
JAX gets: 3rd round (77th), 3rd round (95th), 7th round (254th)
The Broncos got their young quarterback a receiving threat in the first round, and now they trade up to get him some added protection. Wilson needs some time to develop but he can grow into a reliable right tackle behind incumbent starter Ja’Wuan James, who only has two years left on his contract after the 2020 season.
69. Carolina Panthers - Marlon Davidson, DL - Auburn
70. Miami Dolphins - Brycen Hopkins, TE - Purdue
71. Los Angeles Chargers - Robert Hunt, OG - Louisiana
72. Arizona Cardinals - Malik Harrison, LB - Ohio State
73. Jacksonville Jaguars - Jonathan Greenard, EDGE - Florida
74. Cleveland Browns - Willie Gay Jr., LB - Mississippi State
75. Indianapolis Colts - Hunter Bryant, TE - Washington
76. Cleveland Browns (from TB) - Netane Muti, OG - Fresno State
77. Jacksonville Jaguars - Bryan Edwards, WR - South Carolina
78. Atlanta Falcons - Darnay Holmes, CB - UCLA
79. New York Jets - Troy Pride Jr., CB - Notre Dame
80. Las Vegas Raiders - Larell Murchison, DL - NC State
81. Las Vegas Raiders (from CHI) - Jeremy Chinn, S - Southern Illinois
82. Dallas Cowboys - Kyle Dugger, S - Lenoir-Rhyne
The Cowboys have shied away from small school prospects under Will McClay, but if they’re truly committed to having a more multiple defense they’ll set that bias aside for Dugger. Like Baun, he’s a talented tweener and his unheard-of alma mater could hurt his draft stock, but Dugger can be deployed all over the defense at every level. Mike Nolan would salivate over his versatility and the ways he could pair Dugger with Xavier Woods and newly-signed HaHa Clinton-Dix.
83. Denver Broncos (from PIT) - Jordyn Brooks, LB - Texas Tech
84. Los Angeles Rams - Cam Akers, RB - Florida State
85. Detroit Lions (from PHI) - Terrell Burgess, S - Utah
86. Buffalo Bills - Darrell Taylor, EDGE - Tennessee
87. Cleveland Browns (from NE) - Davon Hamilton, DL - Ohio State
88. New Orleans Saints - Adam Trautman, TE - Dayton
89. Minnesota Vikings - Matthew Peart, OT - UConn
90. Houston Texans - Rashard Lawrence, DL - LSU
91. Las Vegas Raiders (from SEA) - Jalen Hurts, QB - Oklahoma
92. Baltimore Ravens - Eno Benjamin, RB - Arizona State
93. Tennessee Titans - Zack Moss, RB - Utah
94. Green Bay Packers - Troy Dye, LB - Oregon
95. Jacksonville Jaguars (from DEN) - Nick Harris, OG - Washington
96. Kansas City Chiefs - Alohi Gilman, S - Notre Dame
97. Cleveland Browns (from HOU) - Amik Robertson, CB - Louisiana Tech
98. New England Patriots - Chase Claypool, WR/TE - Notre Dame
99. New York Giants - K’Von Wallace, S - Clemson
100. New England Patriots - Jabari Zuniga, EDGE - Florida
101. Seattle Seahawks - Ben Bartch, OT - St. John
102. Pittsburgh Steelers - Thaddeus Moss, TE - LSU
103. Philadelphia Eagles - Akeem Davis-Gaither, LB - Appalachian State
104. Los Angeles Rams - Khalid Kareem, EDGE - Notre Dame
105. Minnesota Vikings - Tyler Biadasz, OG - Wisconsin
106. Baltimore Ravens - Bradlee Anae, EDGE - Utah
107. Cincinnati Bengals - Alex Highsmith, EDGE - Charlotte
108. Washington Redskins - Saahdiq Charles, OT - LSU
109. Detroit Lions - Jacob Eason, QB - Washington
110. New York Giants - Van Jefferson, WR - Florida
111. Houston Texans (from MIA) - Logan Stenberg, OG - Kentucky
112. San Francisco 49ers (from LAC) - Antonio Gibson, RB - Memphis
113. Carolina Panthers - KJ Hill, WR - Ohio State
114. Arizona Cardinals - Jason Stowbridge, DL - North Carolina
115. Cleveland Browns - Kenny Willekes, EDGE - Michigan State
116. Jacksonville Jaguars - Evan Weaver, LB - Cal
117. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Jake Fromm, QB - Georgia
118. Denver Broncos - Michael Ojemudia, CB - Iowa
119. Atlanta Falcons - McTelvin Agim, DL - Arkansas
120. New York Jets - Devin Duvernay, WR - Texas
121. Las Vegas Raiders - Joe Bachie Jr., LB - Michigan State
122. Indianapolis Colts - Damien Lewis, OG - LSU
123. Dallas Cowboys - Leki Fotu, DL - Utah
Gerald McCoy is likely going to play a lot of snaps for Dallas in 2020, but he’s mostly a 3 technique kind of tackle. He’ll need a big bodied nose tackle to play next to, and that’s where Fotu can come in. At over 330 pounds, Fotu is a handful to deal with and he’s still fairly explosive for his size. Pairing him with someone of McCoy’s talents would suddenly make the Cowboys interior defensive line very formidable.
124. Pittsburgh Steelers - Jordan Elliott, DL - Missouri
125. Cleveland Browns (from NE) - Quartney Davis, WR - Texas A&M
126. Los Angeles Rams - Brandon Jones, S - Texas
127. Philadelphia Eagles - Anthony McFarland, RB - Maryland
128. Buffalo Bills - AJ Dillon, RB - Boston College
129. Baltimore Ravens (from NE) - Trajan Bandy, CB - Miami
130. New Orleans Saints - Collin Johnson, WR - Texas
131. Arizona Cardinals - Shane Lemieux, OG - Oregon
132. Minnesota Vikings - Julian Blackmon, S - Utah
133. Seattle Seahawks - Ben Bredeson, OG - Michigan
134. Baltimore Ravens - Richie Grant, S - UCF
135. Pittsburgh Steelers (from TEN) - Solomon Kindley, OG - Georgia
136. Green Bay Packers - Bravvion Roy, DL - Baylor
137. Jacksonville Jaguars (from SF) - Khalil Davis, DL - Nebraska
138. Kansas City Chiefs - Albert Okwuegbunam, TE - Missouri
139. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Gabriel Davis, WR - UCF
140. Jacksonville Jaguars - Nick Coe, EDGE - Auburn
141. Miami Dolphins - Alton Robinson, EDGE - Syracuse
142. Washington Redskins - Cheyenne O’Grady, TE - Arkansas
143. Kansas City Chiefs (from ATL) - Isaiah Hodgins, WR - Oregon State
144. Seattle Seahawks - Essang Bassey, CB - Wake Forest
145. Philadelphia Eagles - Jack Driscoll, OT - Auburn
146. Philadelphia Eagles - David Woodward, LB - Utah State
147. Cincinnati Bengals - John Simpson, OG - Clemson
148. Washington Redskins - Michael Onwenu, OG - Michigan
149. Detroit Lions - Jordan Fuller, S - Ohio State
150. New York Giants - Markus Bailey, LB - Purdue
151. Los Angeles Chargers - Harrison Hand, CB - Temple
152. Carolina Panthers - Jared Pinkney, TE - Vanderbilt
153. Indianapolis Colts - Tyler Clark, DL - Georgia
154. Miami Dolphins (from JAX) - Myles Bryant, CB - Washington
155. Buffalo Bills (from CLE) - Josiah Deguara, TE - Cincinnati
156. San Francisco 49ers (from DEN) - Hakeem Adeniji, OT - Kansas
157. Baltimore Ravens (from ATL) - Javelin Guidry, S - Utah
158. Jacksonville Jaguars (from NYJ) - Lamical Perine, RB - Florida
159. Las Vegas Raiders - Anfernee Jennings, EDGE - Alabama
160. Indianapolis Colts - Shaquille Quarterman, LB - Miami
161. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Darrynton Evans, RB - Appalachian State
162. Seattle Seahawks - Devin Asiasi, TE - UCLA
163. Chicago Bears - JR Reed, S - Georgia
164. Dallas Cowboys - Tyler Johnson, WR - Minnesota
Whether or not the Cowboys sign Emmanuel Sanders, they’ll need more of a long term plan at the slot receiver position. Johnson would be a great option for that role with a year of growth. He’s an efficient route runner who can create separation with a high regularity and has reliable hands; he’s also a dynamic threat after the catch. With time to adjust to the NFL, Johnson could become a highly effective slot receiver.
165. Denver Broncos (from LAR) - Tanner Muse, S - Clemson
166. Detroit Lions (from PHI) - Yasir Durant, OG - Missouri State
167. Minnesota Vikings - Jacob Phillips, LB - LSU
168. Philadelphia Eagles (from NE) - Anthony Gordon, QB - Washington
169. New Orleans Saints - Justin Herron, OT - Wake Forest
170. Jacksonville Jaguars (from MIN) - Harrison Bryant, TE - Florida Atlantic
171. Houston Texans - Terence Steele, OT - Texas Tech
172. Detroit Lions (from SEA) - Quintez Cephus, WR - Wisconsin
173. Miami Dolphins (from BAL) - Justin Strnad, LB - Wake Forest
174. Tennessee Titans - Colby Parkinson, TE - Stanford
175. Green Bay Packers - Dane Jackson, CB - Pitt
176. San Francisco 49ers - Geno Stone, S - Iowa
177. Kansas City Chiefs - Ke’Shawn Vaughn, RB - Vanderbilt
178. Denver Broncos - Patrick Taylor Jr., RB - Memphis
179. Dallas Cowboys - Lamar Jackson, CB - Nebraska
No, not that Lamar Jackson. This one is a long, tall, physical corner who’s got a penchant for takeaways - he logged five interceptions in two years at Nebraska. Jackson still needs to work on his feet and hip fluidity, but with a late fifth round selection he can be relied on as insurance if/when the Cowboys lose one or both of Chidobe Awuzie or Jourdan Lewis after the season.
180. Cincinnati Bengals - Francis Bernard, LB - Utah
181. Denver Broncos (from WAS) - Jonathan Garvin, EDGE - Miami
182. Detroit Lions - Jake Hanson, OG - Oregon
183. New York Giants - Darryl Williams, OG - Mississippi State
184. Carolina Panthers - Zach Shackelford, OG - Texas
185. Miami Dolphins - Antonio Gandy-Golden, WR - Liberty
186. Los Angeles Chargers - Jauan Jennings, WR - Tennessee
187. Cleveland Browns (from AZ) - Antoine Brooks Jr., S - Maryland
188. Buffalo Bills (from CLE) - Tyrie Cleveland, WR - Florida
189. New York Jets (from JAX) - Sewo Olonilua, RB - TCU
190. Philadelphia Eagles (from ATL) - DJ Wonnum, EDGE - South Carolina
191. New York Jets - Mohamed Berry, LB - Nebraska
192. Green Bay Packers (from LV) - Michael Divinity Jr., EDGE - LSU
193. Indianapolis Colts - Kendall Coleman, EDGE - Syracuse
194. Cleveland Browns (from TB) - Joshua Kelley, RB - UCLA
195. New England Patriots (from DEN) - Nevelle Clark, CB - UCF
196. Chicago Bears - Trey Adams, OT - Washington
197. Miami Dolphins (from IND) - Tipa Galea’i, EDGE - Utah State
198. Pittsburgh Steelers - Scott Frantz, OT - Kansas State
199. Los Angeles Rams - Lynn Bowden, WR - Kentucky
200. Chicago Bears (from PHI) - Darius Anderson, RB - TCU
201. Minnesota Vikings - James Morgan, QB - Florida International
202. Arizona Cardinals (from NE) - Michael Warren II, RB - Cincinnati
203. New Orleans Saints - Jon Runyan, OT - Michigan
204. New England Patriots (HOU) - Kamal Martin, LB - Minnesota
205. Minnesota Vikings - Trevis Gipson, EDGE - Tulsa
206. Jacksonville Jaguars (from SEA) - Calvin Throckmorton, OT - Oregon
207. Buffalo Bills (from BAL) - Benito Jones, DL - Ole Miss
208. Green Bay Packers (from TEN) - James Lynch, DL - Baylor
209. Green Bay Packers - Josiah Scott, CB - Michigan State
210. San Francisco 49ers - Reggie Robinson II, CB - Tulsa
211. New York Jets (from KC) - Dalton Keene, TE - Virginia Tech
212. New England Patriots - Dezmon Patton, WR - Washington State
213. New England Patriots - Raequan Williams, DL - Michigan State
214. Seattle Seahawks - Robert Landers, DL - Ohio State
215. Cincinnati Bengals - AJ Green, CB - Oklahoma State
216. Washington Redskins - Kalija Lipscomb, WR - Vanderbilt
217. San Francisco 49ers (from DET) - Trevon Hill, EDGE - Miami
218. New York Giants - Nate Stanley, QB - Iowa
219. Minnesota Vikings (from MIA) - Kamren Curl, CB - Arkansas
220. Los Angeles Chargers - Mykal Walker, LB - Fresno State
221. Carolina Panthers - Mike Panasiuk, DL - Michigan State
222. Arizona Cardinals - Mike Danna, EDGE - Michigan
223. Jacksonville Jaguars - Steven Montez, QB - Colorado
224. Tennessee Titans (from CLE) - Tremayne Archum, OT - Clemson
225. Baltimore Ravens (from NYJ) - Alex Taylor, OT - South Carolina State
226. Chicago Bears (from LV) - Jeff Thomas, WR - Miami
227. Miami Dolphins (from IND) - Binjimen Victor, WR - Ohio State
228. Kansas City Chiefs (from ATL) - Davion Taylor, LB - Colorado
229. Washington Redskins (from DEN) - Shyheim Carter, S - Alabama
230. Cleveland Browns (from NE) - Lavert Hill, CB - Michigan
231. Dallas Cowboys - Sean McKeon, TE - Michigan
Blake Jarwin is going to be the starting tight end, and Dalton Schultz will likely be the blocking tight end. McKeon can be that third tight end, though, and serve a nice depth role. He did a little bit of everything at Michigan, which helps him provide value as a backup to either Schultz or Jarwin. And with a seventh round pick, you’re mostly looking for guys who can provide solid depth, which McKeon does.
232. Pittsburgh Steelers - Carter Coughlin, EDGE - Minnesota
233. Chicago Bears - TJ Brunson, LB - South Carolina
234. Los Angeles Rams - Levonta Taylor, CB - Florida State
235. New England Patriots (from PHI) - Mitchell Wilcox, TE - South Florida
236. Green Bay Packers (from BUF) - Charlie Heck, OT - North Carolina
237. Tennessee Titans (from NE) - Gage Cervenka, OG - Clemson
238. New York Giants (from NO) - Jacob Breeland, TE - Oregon
239. Buffalo Bills (from MIN) - David Reese II, LB - Florida
240. Houston Texans - Grayland Arnold, CB - Baylor
241. New England Patriots (from SEA) - Jared Hilbers, OG - Washington
242. Green Bay Packers (from BAL) - David Dowell, S - Michigan State
243. Tennessee Titans - Tyler Huntley, QB - Utah
244. Cleveland Browns (from GB) - Garrett Marino, DL - UAB
245. San Francisco 49ers - John Penisini, DL - Utah
246. Miami Dolphins (from KC) - Myles Dorn, S - North Carolina
247. New York Giants - Stanford Samuels III, CB - Florida State
248. Houston Texans - Jalen Elliott, S - Notre Dame
249. Minnesota Vikings - Austin Mack, WR - Ohio State
250. Houston Texans - Joey Magnifico, TE - Memphis
251. Miami Dolphins - Logan Wilson, LB - Wyoming
252. Denver Broncos - Kevin Dotson, OG - Louisiana
253. Minnesota Vikings - Christian Rector, DL - USC
254. Jacksonville Jaguars - Kevin McGill, CB - Eastern Michigan
255. New York Giants - Rico Dowdle, RB - South Carolina