Well, it’s that time of year… it’s officially NFL mock draft season. Constant speculation of where prospects could land and how they fit on specific rosters. Some people hate this time of year, but I love it. Mock drafts are a fun exercise to get an idea of how guys fit on certain teams and what direction teams could go come draft day. Sure, it’s all going to be wrong, but it’s still fun to read and write them. With NFL free agency starting last week NFL rosters are beginning to take shape and pointing to a clearer direction teams will go in the draft. So here you go a full seven-round mock draft because why the hell not?

Round 1

  1. Arizona Cardinals- Quinnen Williams, IDL, Alabama

  • Sure, the Cardinals could trade Josh Rosen and draft Kyler Murray, but why would they? Rosen is the more talented overall QB and the Cardinals can use this pick to get the best player in the 2019 NFL Draft. Quinnen Williams can slide right in at 3-Tech in four man fronts and 5-Tech in three man fronts. Putting Williams with Chandler Jones, Terrell Suggs, Darius Philon, and Corey Peters can complete their front. Williams has rare athleticism, pass rushing ability, power, and leadership traits. With his ability on the field, his football IQ, his elite athleticism, and his leadership it makes Williams the cleanest prospect in the draft. He’s the perfect cornerstone to rebuild around on defense.
  • My Rank: 1st
  • Pro Comparison: Gerald McCoy
  1. San Francisco 49ers- Nick Bosa, EDGE, Ohio State

  • As long as the Cardinals don’t take Nick Bosa #1 the 49ers will be celebrating. At this point it feels like this is their dude and if they add him their defensive front becomes truly terrifying. Bosa has some of the most elite hand use ever from a young pass rusher. With Dee Ford on one edge and Bosa on the other it gives the 49ers two Pro Bowl ability pass rushers to compliment DeForest Buckner on the inside. It also gives them the versatility to move Bosa, Solomon Thomas, and Arik Armstead inside or outside on passing downs.
  • My Rank: 2nd
  • Pro Comparison: Joey Bosa
  1. TRADE: Denver Broncos (from NY Jets)- Drew Lock, QB, Missouri

  • If NFL Draft history has taught us anything, it’s that franchises more often than not need to trade up to get their QB. Is Drew Lock the top QB in this class? No, not even close, but he’s tall and has a big arm so John Elway is going to be IN on him. The Broncos are building to compete while also rebuild and that usually leads to purgatory. Mortgaging the future for Lock is the wrong call, but seems like something Elway would do given his history. Lock’s arm is impressive and he’s got nice athleticism, but his lower body mechanics/footwork and struggles to read a D should scare teams off in the first-round.
  • Broncos receive: 3rd
  • Jets receive: 10th overall pick, 71st overall pick, and 2020 first-round pick
  • My Rank: 82nd
  • Pro Comparison: Jay Cutler
  1. Oakland Raiders- Kyler Murray, QB, Oklahoma

  • Where will Kyler Murray land? Nobody knows, but until Arizona trades Josh Rosen it feels as if Oakland is the spot to go with him. Jon Gruden and Mike Mayock are quickly trying to turn it around with the Raiders by spending and trading for big name players. Murray would give them a dynamic QB to lead the offense with Antonio Brown, Tyrell Williams and an improving O-line. Let’s be real, Derek Carr is on the Andy Dalton level of QB, it could be way worse, but it could be way better. Go get Murray. He’s a dynamic runner with a rare arm to build the offense around.
  • My Rank: 14th
  • Pro Comparison: Russell Wilson
  1. TRADE: Miami Dolphins (from Tampa Bay)- Dwayne Haskins, QB, Ohio State
  • The top three QBs go off the board back-to-back-to-back? You bet your ass they do, and yes, again a trade up. The Dolphins look like they’re attacking tank mode at an elite level and that could mean the QB they want is in the 2020 NFL Draft, likely Tua or Justin Herbert. If they like Dwayne Haskins, and they should for new OC Chad O’Shea’s system, they need to make a move and go get him. Haskins has the accuracy, football IQ, mechanics, anticipation, and poise to be a franchise passer. In this tank/rebuild the Dolphins can run with Ryan Fitzpatrick until they feel comfortable turning to Haskins and still attain high draft capital in 2020.
  • Dolphins receive: 5th overall pick
  • Buccaneers receive: 13th overall pick, 48th overall pick, 76th overall pick
  • My Rank: 21st
  • Pro Comparison: Matthew Stafford
  1. New York Giants- Montez Sweat, EDGE, Mississippi State

  • The smartest move the Giants can make is to go and get Dwayne Haskins, but Dave Gettleman traded Odell Beckham Jr. for 40 cents on the dollar, so he’s not smart. The next smartest move would be to draft a top 10 player, but again Gettleman isn’t a good GM. Montez Sweat is a solid football player with an elite combo of athleticism and size, but he’s not worth this pick. The thing is, he fits what Gettleman likes in an edge and it would be on-brand for them to take Sweat this early. Sweat’s lack of bend will limit him as a pass rusher, but his power, explosion, and overall athleticism will make him a nice piece, he’s just not worth the pick.
  • My Rank: 18th
  • Pro Comparison: Ziggy Ansah
  1. Jacksonville Jaguars- Jawaan Taylor, OT, Florida
  • Well, Tom Coughlin did it, he got his veteran QB in Nick Foles. Sure, they paid him too much just to make him seem like a leader in the locker room or something silly, but hey they got him. Now the Jaguars need to do everything they can to make Foles magic happen in Jacksonville. That starts with building up their O-line. Jawaan Taylor has the highest ceiling among offensive linemen in the class thanks to his combo of size, power, smoothness, and all-around mean SOB mentality. Plug-and-play him at right tackle with Andrew Norwell, Cam Robinson, Brandon Linder, and AJ Cann rounding out the O-line and it’s a solid group.
  • My Rank: 12th
  • Pro Comparison: D’Brickashaw Ferguson
  1. Detroit Lions- Ed Oliver, IDL, Houston

  • No matter how many times undersized 3-Tech’s prove the NFL wrong, they keep getting slept on. Ed Oliver is going to have a mini slide because of the NFL being stuck in their ways and the Lions should reap the benefits. With rare explosiveness, quickness, and leverage for an interior defensive lineman, Oliver is going to be a play wrecker in the NFL. Giving Matt Patricia a guy to build around with Oliver’s ability can help turn this team around. Getting a blue chip player like Oliver outside of the top five is a steal. Having Trey Flowers, Snacks Harrison, and Oliver on the same D-line would be absurdly fun.
  • My Rank: 3rd
  • Pro Comparison: Geno Atkins
  1. Buffalo Bills- DK Metcalf, WR, Ole Miss

  • When the Bills decided to overdraft Josh Allen 7th overall in the 2018 NFL Draft it was a bold decision. Allen is raw and full of holes, but the Bills are trying to do everything in their power to make him pan out. Signing John Brown to be their deep threat and Cole Beasley to be their safety net out of the slot was smart. Now, they need to go get a true X receiver to complete this group. DK Metcalf is the exact guy Josh Allen needs as his WR1. Metcalf is a height-weight-speed freak who wins down the field with elite explosion and a knack for coming down with 50/50 balls. Go get Allen someone who can adjust to his massive, but inaccurate, arm.
  • My Rank: 9th
  • Pro Comparison: Josh Gordon
  1. New York Jets (from Denver)- Jonah Williams, OT, Alabama

  • All of a sudden the Jets are in a great situation. They have their franchise QB, imagine taking a running back over Sam Darnold, they’ve added weapons on both sides of the ball in free agency and now they should trade back. Moving back from 3rd for more assets is their best move. They can grab a top player with the QBs pushing them down the board as well as acquire more picks. The ideal for them is moving back and getting Jonah Williams. Williams is a dominant run blocking left tackle who has heavy hands and a strong anchor. There are athleticism and length questions, but he’s a technically savvy player who can plug-and-play on the Jets O-line.
  • My Rank: 4th
  • Pro Comparison: Joe Staley
  1. TRADE: Carolina Panthers (from Cincinnati)- Josh Allen, EDGE, Kentucky

  • For teams with their franchise QBs in place they’re in great position to grab a top talent who slides due to QBs going early. If the Panthers have the opportunity to trade up for a top pass rusher, they need to do it. Josh Allen isn’t the top five talent some bill him as, but he’s damn good and getting better. His size, athleticism, and motor fit what the Panthers tend to look for in their edge rushers. Getting him with Mario Addison, Kawann Short, and Dontarin Poe gives them a frightening front four. Allen has the bend, explosion, and hand use to become a double digit sack rusher.
  • Panthers receive: 11th overall pick
  • Bengals receive: 16th overall pick and 47th overall pick
  • My Rank: 11th
  • Pro Comparison: Danielle Hunter
  1. Green Bay Packers- Noah Fant, TE, Iowa
  • It’s a new era in Green Bay with GM Brian Gutekunst calling the shots. No longer do the Packers hide during free agency, instead they spend… and they spend A LOT. The Packers cleaned up a handful of their holes with big signings and now they need to continue to build to win while Aaron Rodgers is still in his prime. Is tight end a massive need? No, but Noah Fant is a perfect weapon for them. Fant’s size, explosiveness, and natural ability as a pass catcher will make him a mismatch nightmare. The Packers can play him in-line, in the slot, or at H-back and have him and Jimmy Graham on the field at the same time. This is the type of weapon Rodgers has never had in his career.
  • My Rank: 16th
  • Pro Comparison: OJ Howard
  1. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (from Miami)- Devin White, LB, LSU
  • The rumor is the Buccaneers are in love with Devin White. If that’s the case, then they need to trade out of the top five and acquire future picks to justify taking White early. Taking a raw off-ball linebacker top 15 when there are better talents at more premium positions isn’t the smartest move, but Jason Licht is trying to get younger and more athletic on D. Putting White beside Lavonte David gives the Buccaneers an ultra athletic LB duo. White is raw, but his explosiveness and aggressiveness are elite and if he can develop instincts and get better at getting off of blocks he’ll be a playmaker. Todd Bowles will love a guy with his energy and leadership.
  • My Rank: 23rd
  • Pro Comparison: Thomas Davis
  1. Atlanta Falcons- Brian Burns, EDGE, Florida State

  • The Falcons biggest issue last season was offensive line play and they attempted to address that in free agency. They signed Jamon Brown and James Carpenter to start at guard, they overpaid for both mediocre players, but in theory they filled their need there. If a top five talent like Brian Burns tumbles down the board then they need to pounce on him. Dan Quinn is a former D-line coach and will love Burns combo of explosion and bend. Stick him with Grady Jarrett, Takk McKinley, and Deadrin Senat and you’ve got a strong young core. Burns is the elite pass rusher that Vic Beasley failed to become.
  • My Rank: 5th
  • Pro Comparison: Jevon Kearse
  1. Washington- Garrett Bradbury, C, North Carolina State
  • First of all, until Bruce Allen is fired and Dan Snyder sells the team Washington fans shouldn’t have any hope. They made the move to roll with Case Keenum at QB and unless they can trade up for Haskins or Murray they should stick and pick the best player available. That would be Garrett Bradbury. He’s as clean a center prospect as you’ll find with his short area quickness, understand of attacking angles, football IQ, and ability to work to the second level. Bradbury is a plug-and-play Pro Bowl caliber center for a decade. Having him, Trent Williams, Brandon Scherff, and Morgan Moses on the same line is elite.
  • My Rank: 10th
  • Pro Comparison: Ryan Kalil
  1. Cincinnati Bengals (from Carolina)- Devin Bush Jr., LB, Michigan
  • The smart play for the Bengals is to move back and get picks if they don’t plan on pursuing one of the QBs. Mike Brown has got this franchise stuck in purgatory, but at least Marvin Lewis is gone and they’re rolling with the young Zac Taylor. After cutting Vontaze Burfict the Bengals have a big hole at LB, no idea why they overpaid for Preston Brown. Devin Bush is exactly the guy they need in the heart of their D. He’s a sideline-to-sideline tackler who lives for thumping running backs. With his athleticism and aggressiveness, Bush makes tons of plays and is one of the best blitzers in the class. Let him roam free behind the Bengals strong D-line and make plays.
  • My Rank: 25th
  • Pro Comparison: Myles Jack
  1. New York Giants (from Cleveland)- Daniel Jones, QB, Duke
  • Remember, Dave Gettleman is a bad GM. Instead of trading up for one of the two legitimate first-round QBs it’s much more up his alley to stick and pick one at 17. Daniel Jones is a solid QB prospect. He’s got a high football IQ, decent accuracy, clean mechanics, and plus athleticism. Jones also lacks the arm talent to be a true franchise QB, he’s sporadic at times and can make poor decisions under pressure, but his personality reminds many of Eli Manning. Remember, Dave Gettleman loves Eli so much he traded OBJ and wanted to roll with the washed up Eli. This would be a peak on-brand Gettleman pick.
  • My Rank: 89th
  • Pro Comparison: Ryan Tannehill
  1. Minnesota Vikings- Cody Ford, OL, Oklahoma
  • With Kirk Cousins, Dalvin Cook, Adam Thielen, Stefon Diggs, and Kyle Rudolph as the core of the Vikings offense they need to continue to build an O-line to make this thing work. They have some fine pieces, but nothing spectacular up front. If they can land Cody Ford, he would be a huge difference maker. Ford is a mammoth who finishes every block, has excellent quickness for his size, vice grips for hands, and maybe the strongest anchor in the class. Working him into an O-line group with Brian O’Neill, Riley Reiff, Pat Elflein, and Josh Kline is the Vikings best bet.
  • My Rank: 13th
  • Pro Comparison: Cordy Glenn
  1. Tennessee Titans- Christian Wilkins, IDL, Clemson
  • Semi-quietly the Titans have had a great offseason so far. They’ve filled holes with strong starters on both sides of the ball which has helped eliminate drastic needs in the NFL Draft. They could still use some help in their front seven and adding Christian Wilkins would be a big boost. Wilkins is a gap shooter who has the quickness, leverage, and speed rushing ability to be a disruptive force. Titans DC Dean Pees will love Wilkins ability to play 3-T, 5-T, and even on the edge. His versatility and athleticism will be a major boost to the Titans D-line.
  • My Rank: 24th
  • Pro Comparison: Sheldon Richardson
  1. Pittsburgh Steelers- Byron Murphy, CB, Washington
  • Thanks to the mismanagement of the Antonio Brown situations the Steelers have dug themselves in a deep hole. They traded the best receiver of the decade for 20 cents on the dollar, good work Gettleman you got more for OBJ. So, instead of drafting raw athletic upside players who they fail to develop, Pittsburgh needs to get a plug-and-play defender. Byron Murphy isn’t the biggest or most athletic corner, but he’s as technically refined and instinctual as they come. With his footwork, fluidity, ball skills, and football IQ he can come in and start right away. He also has the versatility to matchup inside or outside. Murphy is the perfect Steelers pick.
  • My Rank: 7th
  • Pro Comparison: Chris Harris Jr.
  1. Seattle Seahawks- Chauncey Gardner-Johnson, DB, Florida

  • The Legion of Boom is no more and the Seahawks need to continue to build their secondary back. With Earl Thomas and Justin Coleman gone they have a need at both safety and nickel, so why not get a guy who can do both. Chauncey Gardner-Johnson is the most versatile DB in the draft and the Seahawks can use him as a chess piece. With his athleticism and range he can play as a center fielder, like Earl, or they can let him bully slots in the nickel with his aggressiveness. CGJ has some of the best ball skills in the class and should be an instant playmaker. If he improves his tackling consistency, he’ll be beloved in Seattle.
  • My Rank: 28th
  • Pro Comparison: Malcolm Jenkins
  1. Baltimore Ravens- N’Keal Harry, WR, Arizona State

  • Now that the Lamar Jackson era has officially begun in Baltimore, and thank goodness because Joe Flacco was not fun to watch, the Ravens need to build around their young QB. They went and got Mark Ingram, but they have arguably the worst pass catching group in the league. Is N’Keal Harry the classic WR1? No, but his skill set is perfect for Jackson and the Ravens. Harry is an elite YAC receiver and just needs the ball in his hands to make plays. This makes him a nice piece for the short passing game. Harry is also excellent in 50/50 ball situations winning with strong hands, great balance, and violence. He’ll be perfect in the oversize slot role and quickly become Jackson’s top target.
  • My Rank: 20th
  • Pro Comparison: JuJu Smith-Schuster
  1. Houston Texans- Andre Dillard, OT, Washington State
  • Offensive line no matter what needs to be the way the Texans attack the NFL Draft. They have a playoff roster, but they also have one of the worst O-lines in the league and need to fix it. After ignoring it in free agency they need to use this pick on an OT. Andre Dillard isn’t perfect, but he’s a high-end pass blocker with elite athleticism. He can plug-and-play at left tackle while the Texans help him improve in the run game. His footwork, anchor, and overall athleticism make him very steady in pass pro despite a lack of length and SOB mentality. It’s an overdraft, but they need to do it.
  • My Rank: 38th
  • Pro Comparison: Jordan Gross
  1. Oakland Raiders (from Chicago)- Clelin Ferrell, EDGE, Clemson
  • As everyone knows, the Raiders traded Khalil Mack away before the 2018 season and have yet to fill the void. They need to grab a starting edge rusher with one of their first-round picks to help sure-up their front seven. Clelin Ferrell isn’t a top tier edge, but he’s a good football player. He’s explosive with violent hands and defends the run at an above average level. The Raiders will love his effort and all-around game. Ferrell doesn’t have the tools to be a consistent double digit sack guy, but he’s going to be a huge upgrade on the edge for them.
  • My Rank: 22nd
  • Pro Comparison: Jason Pierre-Paul
  1. Philadelphia Eagles- Josh Jacobs, RB, Alabama

  • No NFL team should ever take a running back in the first-round due to the lack of value at the position. You can find competent running backs everywhere so why waste big draft capital on them? The NFL doesn’t care about smart decisions though and the Eagles need a running back. Josh Jacobs is the only worthy first-round RB this year and will fit perfectly with the Eagles. He’s a violent runner with a rare combo of contact balance, elusiveness, power, and burst. Another positive is lack of touches at Alabama makes him fresher than most RB prospects. He’s a plug and play player with upside as a pass catcher and blocker.
  • My Rank: 17th
  • Pro Comparison: Frank Gore
  1. Indianapolis Colts- Charles Omenihu, DL, Texas

  • There’s an argument that the Colts are in one of the best situations going forward in the NFL. They have their franchise QB, a young strong O-line, the 2018 DROY, a great coaching staff, and a ton of cap space. So what should they attack in the draft? Defensive versatility. Their D took a huge step last season, but adding a freak like Charles Omenihu could put them over the top. Omenihu has the ability to play any spot on the D-line with his combo of length, athleticism, and power. If the Colts add him to their D-line rotation they can play him on the edge on run downs and kick him inside on passing downs. Omenihu is one of the rawest prospects, but his ceiling is massive.
  • My Rank: 27th
  • Pro Comparison: DeForest Buckner
  1. Oakland Raiders (from Dallas)- TJ Hockenson, TE, Iowa
  • Not that many teams are looking for tight ends early and that could cause TJ Hockenson to slide despite being one of the cleanest prospects. The Raiders would love for him to fall so they can grab their star tight end for the next decade. Mayock will love Hock’s ability to dominate as a run blocker and his overall toughness. Gruden will love his athleticism and ability to make plays downfield and after the catch. There’s no holes in his game and he’s as clean a tight end prospect as you’ll find. Hock is the perfect in-line tight end for today’s NFL.
  • My Rank: 8th
  • Pro Comparison: George Kittle
  1. Los Angeles Chargers- Jerry Tillery, IDL, Notre Dame

  • Gus Bradley has done an elite job as the Chargers DC, but they still need some upgrades on the interior D-line. With Joey Bosa and Melvin Ingram dominating on the edge they need to add an IDL who can take advantage of one-on-ones. Jerry Tillery is a freak with his size and athleticism. Despite the height, Tillery plays with impressive leverage and power both as a pass rusher and run defender. He has some of the best hand use and placement in the class. There’s so much upside with this guy as long as he goes to the right team. The Chargers can play him in multiple spots in their hybrid front D.
  • My Rank: 19th
  • Pro Comparison: Cameron Heyward
  1. Kansas City Chiefs- Deandre Baker, CB, Georgia
  • For whatever reason the Chiefs moved on from their two best pass rushers despite needing to improve their D for the 2019 season. They’re now in a situation where they need to find instant starters on the defensive side of the ball through the draft. Deandre Baker is polarizing, he’s technically elite, but lacks athleticism and rubs people the wrong way with his attitude. Either way, he’s talented and a nice fit in KC. Baker’s a physical press corner who’s fluid and crisp with his footwork. Adding him with Tyrann Mathieu, Kendall Fuller, and Bashaud Breeland is a solid core.
  • My Rank: 35th
  • Pro Comparison: Josh Norman
  1. Green Bay Packers (from New Orleans)- Dalton Rinser, OL, Kansas State
  • The Packers Super Bowl window with Aaron Rodgers is closing and they need to keep him clean and healthy. With constant injuries to Bryan Bulaga and inconsistent guard play, Dalton Risner is exactly who the Packers need. Risner can play any interior spot or right tackle for Green Bay. He’s a mean SOB on the field and loves putting defenders in the dirt. With his ability as a run blocker he’ll improve the Packers run game from day one. In pass pro he’s got a strong anchor and can lock onto defenders with his hands. Plug-and-play anywhere you need him Green Bay.
  • My Rank: 29th
  • Pro Comparison: Matt Light
  1. Los Angeles Rams- Jachai Polite, EDGE, Florida

  • The Rams need edge rush help and they addressed it by overpaying Dante Fowler and Clay Matthews on short-term deals. Well, they need a long-term answer and Jachai Polite could slide right to them. After his issues both on and off the field at the NFL Combine it’s likely Polite falls down the board and Rams should take a risk on him. Polite is a dominant edge rusher with his bend, motor, and multiple pass rush moves. He has the ability to consistently pressure QBs and rack up sacks. The questions about him in the run game are overblown and he’s a perfect fit for Wade Phillips system.
  • My Rank: 15th
  • Pro Comparison: Melvin Ingram
  1. New England Patriots- Rashan Gary, DL, Michigan
  • Is Rashan Gary an elite athlete? Yes. Is Rashan Gary a first-round talent on tape? No. Will Rashan Gary go in the first-round? Most definitely. Will the team taking him know how to use him? Probably not. So, lets hope he falls to the Patriots because they’re the one team we should trust to get the most out of Gary. Belichick will love his versatility, athleticism, and size. He’ll play him everywhere from off-ball LB to nose tackle because he doesn’t care what anybody thinks. Gary’s athleticism, power, heavy hands, and ability vs the run all flash, but it’s not consistent. New England is the right team to get the most out of him.
  • My Rank: 39th
  • Pro Comparison: Adalius Thomas

Round 2

  1. Arizona Cardinals- Irv Smith Jr., TE, Alabama
  • Pro Comparison: Delanie Walker
  1. Indianapolis Colts (from NY Jets)- Greedy Williams, CB, LSU
  • Pro Comparison: Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie
  1. Oakland Raiders- Rock Ya-Sin, CB, Temple
  • Pro Comparison: Joe Haden
  1. San Francisco 49ers- Nasir Adderley, S, Delaware
  • Pro Comparison: Eric Weddle
  1. New York Giants- Kelvin Harmon, WR, North Carolina State
  • Pro Comparison: Alshon Jefferu
  1. Jacksonville Jaguars- Deionte Thompson, S, Alabama
  • Pro Comparison: Reggie Nelson
  1. Tampa Bay Buccaneers- Hollywood Brown, WR, Oklahoma
  • Pro Comparison: DeSean Jackson
  1. Buffalo Bills- Jeffery Simmons, IDL, Mississippi State
  • Pro Comparison: Fletcher Cox
  1. Denver Broncos- Blake Cashman, LB, Minnesota
  • Pro Comparison: Sean Lee
  1. Cincinnati Bengals- Chris Lindstrom, OG, Boston College
  • Pro Comparison: Joel Bitonio
  1. Detroit Lions- Justin Layne, CB, Michigan State
  • Pro Comparison: Antonio Cromartie
  1. Green Bay Packers- Deebo Samuel, WR, South Carolina
  • Pro Comparison: Golden Tate
  1. Atlanta Falcons- Dexter Lawrence, IDL, Clemson
  • Pro Comparison: Linval Joseph
  1. Washington- Hakeem Butler, WR, Iowa State
  • Pro Comparison: Plaxico Burress
  1. Cincinnati Bengals (from Carolina)- Julian Love, CB, Notre Dame
  • Pro Comparison: Brent Grimes
  1. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (from Miami)- Christian Miller, EDGE, Alabama
  • Pro Comparison: TJ Watt
  1. Cleveland Browns- Amani Oruwariye, CB, Penn State
  • Pro Comparison: Chris McAlister
  1. Minnesota Vikings- Gerald Willis III, IDL, Miami
  • Pro Comparison: Sheldon Rankins
  1. Tennessee Titans- Erik McCoy, OL, Texas A&M
  • Pro Comparison: Mike Pouncey
  1. Pittsburgh Steelers- Antoine Wesley, WR, Texas Tech
  • Pro Comparison: Allen Robinson
  1. Philadelphia Eagles (from Baltimore)- Mack Wilson, LB, Alabama
  • Pro Comparison: Jordan Hicks
  1. Houston Texans (from Seattle)- Michael Deiter, OL, Wisconsin
  • Pro Comparison: Josh Sitton
  1. Houston Texans- Darrell Henderson Jr., RB, Memphis
  • Pro Comparison: DeAngelo Williams
  1. New England Patriots (from Chicago)- DaMarkus Lodge, WR, Ole Miss
  • Pro Comparison: Davante Adams
  1. Philadelphia Eagles- Yodny Cajuste, OL, West Virginia
  • Pro Comparison: Levi Jones
  1. Dallas Cowboys- Andy Isabella, WR, UMass
  • Pro Comparison: Tyler Lockett
  1. Indianapolis Colts- Johnathan Abram, S, Mississippi State
  • Pro Comparison: Keanu Neal
  1. Los Angeles Chargers- Trayvon Mullen, CB, Clemson
  • Pro Comparison: Eli Apple
  1. Kansas City Chiefs- Chase Winovich, EDGE, Michigan
  • Pro Comparison: Chris Long
  1. New Orleans Saints- Dawson Knox, TE, Ole Miss
  • Pro Comparison: Zach Ertz
  1. Kansas City Chiefs (from LA Rams)- Elgton Jenkins, C, Mississippi State
  • Pro Comparison: Andre Gurode
  1. New England Patriots- Taylor Rapp, S, Washington
  • Pro Comparison: Antoine Bethea

Round 3

  1. Arizona Cardinals- Riley Ridley, WR, Georgia
  • Pro Comparison: Robert Woods
  1. Pittsburgh Steelers (from Oakland)- Juan Thornhill, DB, Virginia
  • Pro Comparison: Byron Jones
  1. San Francisco 49ers- Joejuan Williams, CB, Vanderbilt
  • Pro Comparison: Brandon Browner
  1. New York Jets- Jaylon Ferguson, EDGE, Louisiana Tech
  • Pro Comparison: Za’Darius Smith
  1. Jacksonville Jaguars- Jace Sternberger, TE, Texas A&M
  • Pro Comparison: Vance McDonald
  1. Tampa Bay Buccaneers- Greg Little, OT, Ole Miss
  • Pro Comparison: Cam Robinson
  1. New York Jets (from Denver)- David Long, CB, Michigan
  • Pro Comparison: Carlos Rogers
  1. Cincinnati Bengals- Renell Wren, IDL, Arizona State
  • Pro Comparison: Stephon Tuitt
  1. New England Patriots (from Detroit)- Parris Campbell, WR, Ohio State
  • Pro Comparison: Percy Harvin
  1. Buffalo Bills- David Montgomery, RB, Iowa State
  • Pro Comparison: Kareem Hunt
  1. Green Bay Packers- Darnell Savage, DB, Maryland
  • Pro Comparison: Lamarcus Joyner
  1. Washington- LJ Collier, EDGE, TCU
  • Pro Comparison: Jabaal Sheard
  1. Carolina Panthers- Emanuel Hall, WR, Missouri
  • Pro Comparison: Mike Wallace
  1. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (from Miami)- Isaiah Johnson, CB, Houston
  • Pro Comparison: Ahkello Witherspoon
  1. Atlanta Falcons- David Edwards, OT, Wisconsin
  • Pro Comparison: Riley Reiff
  1. Cleveland Browns- Will Harris, S, Boston College
  • Pro Comparison: Bradley McDougald
  1. Minnesota Vikings- Terry McLaurin, WR, Ohio State
  • Pro Comparison: Nate Burleson
  1. Tennessee Titans- Maxx Crosby, EDGE, Eastern Michigan
  • Pro Comparison: Aaron Schobel
  1. Pittsburgh Steelers- Drue Tranquill, LB, Note Dame
  • Pro Comparison: Brian Cushing
  1. Seattle Seahawks- KeeSean Johnson, WR, Fresno State
  • Pro Comparison: Stevie Johnson
  1. Baltimore Ravens- Dru Samia, OG, Oklahoma
  • Pro Comparison: Kevin Zeitler
  1. Houston Texans- Amani Hooker, DB, Iowa
  • Pro Comparison: Desmond King
  1. Chicago Bears- Rodney Anderson, RB, Oklahoma
  • Pro Comparison: David Johnson
  1. Detroit Lions (from Philadelphia)- AJ Brown, WR, Ole Miss
  • Pro Comparison: Quincy Enunwa
  1. Indianapolis Colts- Anthony Ratliff-Williams, WR, North Carolina
  • Pro Comparison: Jeremy Maclin
  1. Dallas Cowboys- Dre’Mont Jones, IDL, Ohio State
  • Pro Comparison: Nick Fairley
  1. Los Angeles Chargers- Kaleb McGary, OT, Washington
  • Pro Comparison: Eric Winston
  1. Kansas City Chiefs- Hunter Renfrow, WR, Clemson
  • Pro Comparison: Wes Welker
  1. New York Jets (from New Orleans)- Michael Jordan, OL, Ohio State
  • Pro Comparison: Chris Myers
  1. Los Angeles Rams- Germaine Pratt, LB, North Carolina State
  • Pro Comparison: Daryl Smith
  1. New York Giants (from New England via Cleveland)- Michael Jackson, CB, Miami
  • Pro Comparison: James Bradberry
  1. Washington*- Vosean Joseph, LB, Florida
  • Pro Comparison: Shaq Thompson
  1. New England Patriots*- Brett Rypien, QB, Boise State
  • Pro Comparison: Kirk Cousins
  1. Jacksonville Jaguars (from LA Rams)*- James Williams, RB, Washington State
  • Pro Comparison: James White
  1. Los Angeles Rams*- Khalen Saunders, IDL, Western Illinois
  • Pro Comparison: Jurrell Casey
  1. Carolina Panthers*- Damien Harris, RB, Alabama
  • Pro Comparison: Mark Ingram
  1. New England Patriots*- Kahale Warring, TE, San Diego State
  • Pro Comparison: Todd Heap
  1. Baltimore Ravens*- Oshane Ximines, EDGE, Old Dominion
  • Pro Comparison: Calvin Pace

Round 4

  1. Arizona Cardinals- Sheldrick Redwine, DB, Miami
  2. San Francisco 49ers- Daylon Mack, IDL, Texas A&M
  3. New York Jets- Tytus Howard, OT, Alabama State
  4. Oakland Raiders- Miles Sanders, RB, Penn State
  5. Tampa Bay Buccaneers- Devine Ozigbo, RB, Nebraska
  6. New York Giants- Bobby Okereke, LB, Stanford
  7. Jacksonville Jaguars- Joe Jackson, EDGE, Miami
  8. Cincinnati Bengals- Jakobi Meyers, WR, North Carolina State
  9. Detroit Lions- Beau Benzschawel, OG, Wisconsin
  10. Buffalo Bills- Anthony Nelson, EDGE, Iowa
  11. Baltimore Ravens (from Denver)- Terrill Hanks, LB, New Mexico State
  12. Green Bay Packers- Zach Allen, DL, Boston College
  13. Carolina Panthers- Chuma Edoga, OT, USC
  14. Miami Dolphins- Ben Powers, OG, Oklahoma
  15. Atlanta Falcons- Ugo Amadi, DB, Oregon
  16. Green Bay Packers (from Washington)- Joe Giles-Harris, LB, Duke
  17. Cleveland Browns- Dennis Daley, OT, South Carolina
  18. Minnesota Vikings- Sean Bunting, CB, Central Michigan
  19. Tennessee Titans- JJ Arcega-Whiteside, WR, Stanford
  20. Pittsburgh Steelers- Ben Banogu, EDGE, TCU
  21. Baltimore Ravens- Justice Hill, RB, Oklahoma State
  22. Seattle Seahawks- Lonnie Johnson, CB, Kentucky
  23. Denver Broncos (from Houston)- Preston Williams, WR, Colorado State
  24. Chicago Bears- Malik Gant, S, Marshall
  25. Philadelphia Eagles- Greg Dortch, WR, Wake Forest
  26. Dallas Cowboys- Trayveon Williams, RB, Texas A&M
  27. Indianapolis Colts- Kendall Joseph, LB, Clemson
  28. Los Angeles Chargers- Dillon Mitchell, WR, Oregon
  29. Buffalo Bills (from Kansas City)- Miles Boykin, WR, Notre Dame
  30. New York Giants (from New Orleans)- Marquise Blair, DB, Utah
  31. Los Angeles Rams- Devin Singletary, RB, FAU
  32. New England Patriots- Darwin Thompson, RB, Utah State
  33. Indianapolis Colts*- Dexter Williams, RB, Notre Dame
  34. Dallas Cowboys*- Jaquan Johnson, S, Miami
  35. Atlanta Falcons*- Elijah Holyfield, RB, Georgia
  36. Philadelphia Eagles*- Myles Gaskin, RB, Washington

Round 5

  1. Arizona Cardinals- Mecole Hardman, WR, Georgia
  2. Oakland Raiders (from NY Jets)- Ben Burr-Kirven, LB, Washington
  3. Pittsburgh Steelers (from Oakland)- Phil Haynes, OG, Wake Forest
  4. New York Giants (from San Francisco via Detroit)- Bobby Evans, OT, Oklahoma
  5. New York Giants- Stanley Morgan Jr., WR, Nebraska
  6. Cleveland Browns (from Jacksonville)- Penny Hart, WR, Georgia State
  7. Tampa Bay Buccaneers- Michael Dogbe, IDL, Temple
  8. Detroit Lions- David Long Jr., LB, West Virginia
  9. Buffalo Bills- Malik Carney, LB, North Carolina
  10. Denver Broncos- Isaiah Buggs, IDL, Alabama
  11. Cincinnati Bengals- Isaac Nauta, TE, Georgia
  12. Green Bay Packers- Travis Homer, RB, Miami
  13. Miami Dolphins- Tyree St. Louis, OT, Miami
  14. Atlanta Falcons- Josiah Tauaefa, LB, UTSA
  15. Washington- Hamp Cheevers, CB, Boston College
  16. Carolina Panthers- Mike Edwards, DB, Kentucky
  17. Cleveland Browns- Jordan Ta’amu, QB, Ole Miss
  18. Denver Broncos (from Minnesota)- Dre Greenlaw, LB, Arkansas
  19. Tennessee Titans- Derrick Baity, CB, Kentucky
  20. Buffalo Bills (from Pittsburgh via Oakland)- Hjalte Froholdt, OG, Arkansas
  21. Seattle Seahawks- Shareef Miller, EDGE, Penn State
  22. Baltimore Ravens- Keelan Doss, WR, UC Davis
  23. Houston Texans- Nate Davis, OG, Charlotte
  24. Chicago Bears- Jonathan Ledbetter, DL, Georgia
  25. Philadelphia Eagles- Evan Worthington, DB, Colorado
  26. Indianapolis Colts- Justin Hollins, EDGE, Oregon
  27. Dallas Cowboys- Dax Raymond, TE, Utah State
  28. Los Angeles Chargers- Benny Snell Jr., RB, Kentucky
  29. Kansas City Chiefs- Ty Summers, LB, TCU
  30. New Orleans Saints- Tyre Brady, WR, Marshall
  31. Los Angeles Rams- Alex Bars, OG, Notre Dame
  32. Cleveland Browns (from New England)- William Sweet, OT, North Carolina
  33. New York Giants*- Ross Pierschbacher, C, Alabama
  34. Atlanta Falcons*- Jalen Hurd, WR, Baylor
  35. Washington*- Anthony Johnson, WR, Buffalo

Round 6

  1. Pittsburgh Steelers (from Arizona)- Kaden Smith, TE, Stanford
  2. Pittsburgh Steelers (from Oakland)- Karan Higdon, RB, Michigan
  3. San Francisco 49ers- Tyler Jones-Hall, OG, North Carolina State
  4. New Orleans Saints (from NY Jets)- Lukas Denis, S, Boston College
  5. Jacksonville Jaguars- Easton Stick, QB, North Dakota State
  6. Arizona Cardinals (from Tampa Bay)- Donnell Greene, OT, Minnesota
  7. New York Giants- Mike Weber, RB, Ohio State
  8. Buffalo Bills- Jalen Young, S, FAU
  9. Denver Broncos- Chandler Brewer, OG, Middle Tennessee State
  10. Cincinnati Bengals- Adarius Pickett, S, UCLA
  11. Detroit Lions- Tyree Jackson, QB, Buffalo
  12. Green Bay Packers- Jamel Dean, CB, Auburn
  13. Atlanta Falcons- Fred Johnson, OG, Florida
  14. Carolina Panthers- Diontae Johnson, WR, Toledo
  15. Tennessee Titans (from Miami)- Ryquell Armstead, RB, Temple
  16. Cleveland Browns- Emeke Egbule, LB, Houston
  17. Minnesota Vikings- Alexander Mattison, RB, Boise State
  18. Baltimore Ravens (from Tennessee)- Trysten Hill, IDL, UCF
  19. Pittsburgh Steelers- Marquise Copeland, IDL, Cincinnati
  20. Baltimore Ravens- Malik Reed, EDGE, Nevada
  21. Green Bay Packers (from Seattle)- Andrew Wingard, S, Wyoming
  22. Houston Texans- Kris Boyd, CB, Texas
  23. New York Jets (from Chicago via Oakland)- Olamide Zaccheaus, WR, Virginia
  24. Tampa Bay Buccaneers- Nate Herbig, OG, Stanford
  25. Cincinnati Bengals (from Dallas)- Iman Marshall, CB, USC
  26. Indianapolis Colts- Tariq Cole, OL, Rutgers
  27. Los Angeles Chargers- Delvon Randall, S, Temple
  28. Kansas City Chiefs- David Sills V, WR, West Virginia
  29. New Orleans Saints- Clifton Duck, CB, Appalachian State
  30. Los Angeles Rams- Kendall Sheffield, CB, Ohio State
  31. Detroit Lions (from New England)- D’Cota Dixon, S, Wisconsin
  32. New England Patriots*- Gary Johnson, LB, Texas
  33. Washington*- Jordan Brown, CB, South Dakota State
  34. Arizona Cardinals*- Connor McGovern, OL, Penn State
  35. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (from Philadelphia)*- Cameron Smith, LB, USC
  36. Minnesota Vikings*- Javon Patterson, OL, Ole Miss
  37. Cincinnati Bengals*- Will Grier, QB, West Virginia
  38. Cincinnati Bengals*- Tyler Roemer, OT, San Diego State
  39. San Francisco 49ers*- Cody Thompson, WR, Toledo
  40. Cincinnati Bengals*- Khalil Hodge, LB, Buffalo
  41. Kansas City Chiefs*- Jalen Jelks, EDGE, Oregon

Round 7

  1. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (from Arizona)- Ken Webster, CB, Ole Miss
  2. Kansas City Chiefs (from San Francisco)- Armon Watts, IDL, Arkansas
  3. New York Jets- Gardner Minshew, QB, Washington State
  4. Oakland Raiders- Travis Fulgham, WR, Old Dominion
  5. Pittsburgh Steelers (from Tampa Bay)- Darius Slayton, WR, Auburn
  6. Houston Texans (from NY Giants via Denver)- Jamal Custis, WR, Syracuse
  7. Cleveland Browns (from Jacksonville)- Jimmy Moreland, CB, James Madison
  8. Chicago Bears (from Denver via Philadelphia)- Trevon Wesco, TE, West Virginia
  9. Cincinnati Bengals- Bryce Love, RB, Stanford
  10. Detroit Lions- Max Scharping, OT, Northern Illinois
  11. Buffalo Bills- Caleb Wilson, TE, UCLA
  12. Green Bay Packers- Oli Udoh, OT, Elon
  13. Washington- Daniel Wise, DL, Kansas
  14. Buffalo Bills (from Carolina)- Jamal Peters, CB, Mississippi State
  15. Detroit Lions (from Miami)- LJ Scott, RB, Michigan State
  16. Atlanta Falcons- D’Andre Walker, EDGE, Georgia
  17. New Orleans Saints (from Cleveland)- Ryan Anderson, C, Wake Forest
  18. New York Giants (from Minnesota)- Byron Cowart, IDL, Maryland
  19. Miami Dolphins (from Tennessee)- Jordan Brailford, EDGE, Oklahoma State
  20. Miami Dolphins (from Pittsburgh via Cleveland)- Albert Huggins, IDL, Clemson
  21. Oakland Raiders (from Seattle)- Saquan Hampton, S, Rutgers
  22. Jacksonville Jaguars (from Baltimore)- Greg Gaines, IDL, Washington
  23. Denver Broncos (from Houston)- Jonathan Crawford, S, Indiana
  24. Chicago Bears- Montre Hartage, DB, Northwestern
  25. New England Patriots (from Philadelphia)- Isaiah Prince, OT, Ohio State
  26. Indianapolis Colts- Alize Mack, TE, Notre Dame
  27. Dallas Cowboys- Andre James, OL, UCLA
  28. Los Angeles Chargers- Kinglsey Keke, DL, Texas A&M
  29. New England Patriots (from Kansas City via San Francisco and Cleveland)- Tony Pollard, RB/KR, Memphis
  30. New Orleans Saints- Chase Hansen, LB, Utah
  31. New York Giants (from LA Rams)- Felton Davis, WR, Michigan State
  32. New England Patriots- Ricky Walker, IDL, Virginia Tech
  33. Minnesota Vikings*- Mike Bell, S, Fresno State
  34. Arizona Cardinals*- Lil’Jordan Humphrey, WR, Texas
  35. Arizona Cardinals*- Jarrett Stidham, QB, Auburn
  36. Minnesota Vikings*- Cole Holcomb, LB, North Carolina
  37. Los Angeles Rams*- Cameron Glenn, S, Wake Forest
  38. New England Patriots*- Josh Oliver, TE, San Jose State
  39. Washington*- Alex Barnes, RB, Kansas State
  40. Arizona Cardinals (Mr. Irrelevant)*- Terrone Prescod, IOL, North Carolina State
*= Compensatory pick

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I’m Canadian as can be, other than the fact that I don’t care about hockey. I love football. The NFL is my life. I consider myself a football guy and I’d rather watch tape than anything else. I’m the Armchair NFL Draft analyst here. You can read my Armchair Scout columns and call me out for my draft misses. I’m also part of two podcasts at Armchair. Our NFL Draft podcast, 7 Rounds in Heaven, and the main NFL pod, Resting the Starters. I cheer for the Steelers, Raptors, Blue Jays, Oregon, and I guess the Leafs.
I’m Canadian as can be, other than the fact that I don’t care about hockey. I love football. The NFL is my life. I consider myself a football guy and I’d rather watch tape than anything else. I’m the Armchair NFL Draft analyst here. You can read my Armchair Scout columns and call me out for my draft misses. I’m also part of two podcasts at Armchair. Our NFL Draft podcast, 7 Rounds in Heaven, and the main NFL pod, Resting the Starters. I cheer for the Steelers, Raptors, Blue Jays, Oregon, and I guess the Leafs.


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