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Round 1

1. Cleveland Browns - Sam Darnold, QB, Southern California

After years of top picks, the Cleveland Browns finally draft their franchise signal caller. He definitely has his flaws, as does every quarterback coming out of college, Darnold struggles at times with pocket awareness. Although with a big powerful arm, and flashes of professional level reads and look-offs, Darnold is set up to bring the Browns back from the basement of the standings. With this pick, and the fourth, the Browns could find themselves staring at a .500 record next year. 

Career Expectation: Perennial Fringe Pro-Bowl Quarterback

Career Success Comparison: Phillip Rivers

2. New York Giants - Saquon Barkley, RB, Penn State

Saquon Barkley's talent is undeniable. He torches defences just about every game and if you've prepared to stop him in the run game, he showed last season that he can be a very effective receiver out of the backfield. Barkley finished with over 100 yards from scrimmage in 8 out of 13 games and took a kick to the house in another. Barkley is very well built but he struggles to let defenders know that. Rarely do you see Barkley drop his shoulder and push for a gain of a couple. One thing seems for sure though, if you get the ball in his hands, he will put up the numbers. Barkley can open up the offense next year while they wait to replace Manning at quarterback.

Career Expectation: Top Tier Running Back

Career Success Comparison: Arian Foster

3. New York Jets - Baker Mayfield, QB, Oklahoma

Baker Mayfield to the Jets has probably been the most rumoured pick in the entire draft. Mayfield has proved time and time again in college that he plays with a chip on his shoulder. They drafted their defensive leader last year in Jamal Adams, and this year they draft the ultra-competitive, highly talented Baker Mayfield. Mayfield's combine measurements helped his case, measuring in at over 6 feet and his stock soared from there. He broke down defences so efficiently in college that Mayfield could turn into the best quarterback from this class and it would surprise very few. Mayfield is a polarizing prospect with a super competitive attitude. While he may have a questionable past, there is no doubt that he seems to know how to handle the spotlight and the media professionally.

Career Expectation: Between Elite and Second Tier Quarterback

Career Success Comparison: Matt Ryan

4. Cleveland Browns - Bradley Chubb, EDGE, NC State

The Browns, with the hope of picking up their workhouse running back in the second round opt to pair Bradley Chubb with Myles Garrett off the edge. He got his extra year of development, but Chubb was more productive then both Bosa and Garrett were in their final collegiate season, and if he can be as effective in the NFL as either of those players, opposing offenses will have to prepare for mayhem off the edges. Chubb has great bend and uses his hands very well technically to beat tackles off the edge. 

Career Expectation: Elite Pass Rusher

Career Success Comparison: Justin Houston

5. Buffalo Bills - Josh Allen, QB, Wyoming

The Bills trade up to number 5 in exchange for two firsts (12 and 22), a second (53), and a third next year. The mammoth of a trade package may not sit well with a lot of fans, and understandably so. Josh Allen has a rocket arm and shows flashes of brilliance but his footwork needs development and if placed behind this offensive line, he may be in and out of the league too quickly. On the other side of things, he has some magnificent plays and his ball placement at times is jaw dropping. Unfortunately though, it is not as often as you'd hope. He has a very high ceiling, but he would undoubtedly be a big risk in the top 5.

Career Expectation: Formidable, Low-End Starting Quarterback

Career Success Comparison: Joe Flacco

6. Denver Broncos - Josh Rosen, QB, UCLA

The Denver Broncos move back into the top 10 with a trade. They give away the Bills picks (12, 22, 53, and next years third) for the the 6th overall pick and a third (67). The Broncos move down out of the top 5, add a pick and still draft the quarterback of their choice. Josh Rosen fell down the boards a little but due to injury concerns and a mentality that some front offices don't want leading their team. Rosen has no off-field issues and front offices should have no reason to be scared away from drafting him. Rosen has been in the spotlight for his entire college career, labelled as a future first overall pick, he performed at an incredibly high level at UCLA. Rosen reads and responds to blitzes very efficiently and has a great arm to pair with above average ball placement. 

Career Expectation: Between Elite and Second Tier Quarterback

Career Success Comparison: Jameis Winston

7. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Quenton Nelson, G, Notre Dame

The best player in the draft falls to number 7 as the Buccaneers get a gift from the rest of the league. Nelson made defensive linemen look like rag dolls on most plays in college. He's the best offensive lineman to come out of college in years and he's as close to a lock to be an NFL stud as any player in this draft. He will be a major help to a young and developing Jameis Winston and a depleted running back core. Nelson is built like a house and he uses his strength to clear lanes for running backs.

Career Expectation: Elite Guard

Career Success Comparison: Zack Martin

8. Chicago Bears - Harold Landry, EDGE, Boston College

Harold Landry's 2016 tape shows his efficiency and productivity as a pass rusher. Landry shows explosiveness off the edge and he has great footwork to get off of blocks in space, whether it's to get to the quartback or to stop a run. His 2016 production shows his potential and while his 2017 production may not have been at the same level, he would be the best pass rusher in most draft classes, although Bradley Chubb forces him down the draft board a little bit. Being an edge rusher though will still allow him to go top 10, and don't be surprised if he turns out better than Chubb.

Career Expectation: Elite Pass Rusher

Career Success Comparison: Khalil Mack

9. San Francisco 49ers - Denzel Ward, CB, Ohio State

Denzel Ward's ceiling may not be the highest of the cornerbacks in the class due to his small frame, but he does not play that way. He tracks the ball at a professional level already and he is, in all likelihood the most sure cornerback pick in this draft. He ran a very fast 40 yard dash at 4.32, and that paired with his superb footwork will allow him to stay with just about any wide receiver. His height may limit him slightly, but for the time being the 49ers get a young star to play across from, and learn from Richard Sherman, who hope to contain the divisional Rams highpowered offense.

Career Expectation: Solid CB1 on Most Teams

Career Success Comparison: Darius Slay

10. Oakland Raiders - Roquan Smith, LB, Georgia

With a struggling defence in 2017, and especially a consistently weak secondary, the Raiders contemplate Fitzpatrick and James at this pick, but ultimately go with Roquan Smith. The Raiders hope that Joseph comes into his own, and that a healthy Conley can cause some success. The linebackers though need a huge upgrade on this roster and they get a stud prospect who can instantly upgrade the front seven. Smith constantly proves himself as the draft's best linebacker with unbelievable range and a knack for TFLs to add to Irvin and Mack.

Career Expectation: Multi Time Pro-Bowl Linebacker

Career Success Comparison Luke Keuchly

11. Miami Dolphins - Tremaine Edmunds, LB, Virginia Tech

The Dolphins have two very good linebackers, and a good young cornerback corps, and they have the opportunity to add a 20 year old Tremaine Edmunds as a SAM linebacker. Edmunds made big strides over this past season in college and he'll have the chance to add to a young talented core on the defence. His lengthy frame makes him look like a football version of Slenderman, but it helps him tackle very efficiently. Getting Tannehill back should spark the offense with newly acquired Danny Amendola and that should help this team push for the playoffs once again.

Career Expectation: Fringe Pro-Bowl Linebacker

Career Success Comparison: Danny Trevathan

12. Indianapolis Colts - Mike McGlinchey, OT, Notre Dame

After trading down, the Colts now have ammo to add to their roster. They start by drastically improving their offensive line. Denzelle Good serves as the team's starting right tackle for now and this may be worrisome for the Colts, especially because they have a superstar quarterback coming back from an injury that will have taken almost two years to heal. Adding McGlinchey will do wonders for this offensive line and it will make Luck more comfortable in the pocket as well. The other upside of adding McGlinchey is the Colts, currently lacking a top running back, will have opened holes for a rookie, or Mack to run through.     

Career Expectation: Consistent Starting Tackle

Career Success Comparison: Russell Okung

13. Washington Redskins - Minkah Fitzpatrick, DB, Alabama

Minkah Fitzpatrick's slide down the board ends at 13. While the rest of the league seems to overthink Alabama prospects, the Redskins do not. Minkah Fitzpatrick's football IQ and the way he reads plays is off the charts. His position is somewhat undefined in the NFL but he has the brains and the physical traits to be a star wherever he plays. Add him into the secondary with Norman, Scandrick, Swearinger, and a young Nicholson who the staff have praised, this defensive core is here to compete with the Wentz-Jeffery connection, as well as whoever is throwing the ball to Odell Beckham Jr..

Career Expectation: Elite Defensive Back

Career Success Comparison: Earl Thomas

14. Green Bay Packers - Leighton Vander-Esch, LB, Boise State

There may be a couple teams interested in trading into this pick to draft him as well, but one of this years biggest risers is headed to the Packers. Vander-Esch is favourite of plenty of teams and he has the ability to take the next step and be a solid starter. A year of development may be in order considering he only started for a year at Boise State, but he did show tremendous development and he proved that he does learn very quickly. Otherwise, reports have stated that some teams view him as an edge rusher, but generously put, he'd be a massive waste of draft utility if he's playing out of possession.

Career Expectation: Formidable Starting Linebacker

Career Success Comparison: Alec Ogletree

15. Arizona Cardinals - Lamar Jackson, QB, Louisville

Lamar Jackson is arguably the most talented quarterback in the draft, but the draft process started with some labelling him as a wide receiver, but his stock rose largely to the point where a team trading up to swipe him away from Arizona was a real possibility. Poor draft management from his side might scare some teams away and allow him to fall down the board a little. They get a mobile quarterback with a strong arm and good decision making to learn behind Palmer, and start the new offensive core for the post Fitzgerald era.

Career Expectation: Formidable Starting Quarterback

Career Success Comparison: Alex Smith

16. Baltimore Ravens - Isaiah Wynn, G, Georgia

The Senior Bowl's best player makes his way into the middle of the first round. Flacco got some help on offense this offseason with Crabtree and Brown. Isaiah Wynn is very sound technically and can be plugged straight into the offensive line. Flacco is far from elite, although he is capable of producing with some good pieces around him and without a doubt Isaiah Wynn will be a big help to the offense and may help them squeeze into the playoffs next year.

Career Expectation: Formidable Starting Guard

Career Success Comparison: Jack Mewhort

17. Los Angeles Chargers - Derwin James, S, Florida State

The Chargers' secondary has been pretty good year after year but they struggle to pass up on Derwin James here in the middle of the first round. They may have other spots on the roster to fill, but passing up on James proves too difficult for the front office and they pull the trigger on adding a high-caliber safety in James. James has a great amount of confidence in himself and it would be unsurprising to see this translate to being a locker room, and on field defensive leader similar to Ed Reed. The next decade will treat the Chargers nicely with Bosa and James lighting up offenses game in and game out.

Career Expectation: Multi Time Pro-Bowl Safety

Career Success Comparison: Devin McCourty

18. Seattle Seahawks - Marcus Davenport, EDGE, UTSA

For the first time in what seems like forever, we see a rebuilding Seahawks team who has needs at just about every position. One way for them to avoid the league cellar is to focus on their defence where they had losses at so many positions. Wilson can keep the offense afloat, but the defence took some hits this offseason. Davenport put up a weak performance in the Senior Bowl day after day, but his tape shows that he can step into this defence and add to what is still a pretty good front seven with Wagner, Avril and Wright.

Career Expectation: High End Backup EDGE

Career Success Comparison: Carl Nassib

19. Dallas Cowboys - Courtland Sutton, WR, Southern Methodist

After inexplicably dropping Dez Bryant, the Cowboys are going with wide receiver with their first round pick. They have an extremely weak receiving corps even with the addition of Hurns. Sutton is the most well rounded wide receiver in this draft class and he put up great numbers even with some pretty bad quarterback play at SMU. He would be poised to take over from Bryant as a red zone threat, as well as being able to break free for long scores.

Career Expectation: Solid WR1 on Most Teams

Career Success Comparison: Steve Smith Sr.

20. Detroit Lions - Derrius Guice, RB, LSU

The Detroit Lions, at pick 20, get a powerful back who can hurt defenses by running them over, crazy elusiveness and breakaway ability. Guice outplayed Fournette is 2016 when he had the chance to take over the starting spot due to injury. While defenses stacked the box with 8 defenders on plenty of plays for Fournette, Guice made them pay for sitting back and playing the pass. He is an incredibly powerful runner and his physicality should help him turn into the three down back that the Lions weren't able to get from the Abdullah pick in 2015.

Career Expectation: Multi Time Pro-Bowl Running Back

Career Success Comparison: Maurice Jones-Drew

21. Cincinnati Bengals - James Daniels, C, Iowa

The Bengals have been linked to Daniels this whole offseason, and hosting him for a visit ramped up the talks quite a lot. Daniels has the versality on the interior line to play where he's needed and he is athletic enough to get out into the second level for the spread offense next year with a heavily included Mixon. The offensive line should look good next year with the addition of Glenn, and even more importantly, the loss of Bodine. The Bengals have spent picks improving their offense with Ross and Mixon, and adding a good interior lineman should keep this group effective for years to come, assuming Ross actually touches the field.

Career Expectation: Formidable Starting Interior Lineman

Career Success Comparison: Ben Jones

22. Indianapolis Colts - Josh Sweat, EDGE, Florida State

Josh Sweat is one of the mysterious players of the draft, generally ranked anywhere from mid first round to third round, nobody is exactly sure what he will be able to provide at the next level. His production, nor tape were eye-popping but he tested well enough to be considered in this spot due to the parity of edge rushers after Chubb and Landry. Sweat has refined moves off the egde and beats offensive lineman with impressive upper body control which should translate to the NFL. The Colts take a gamble in the second of their first round picks with the hopes of adding a good edge rusher to their talent lacking roster.

Career Expectation: Solid EDGE2 on Most Teams

Career Success Comparison: Arik Armstead

23. New England Patriots - Josh Jackson, CB, Iowa

Josh Jackson has all the tools to be a very special player year in and year out. He measured well, but his athletic testing was a little disappointing. He does a good job of staying with wide receivers even with the 4.56 40 yard dash. He really shined in his 14 collegiate starts, putting up incredible numbers in terms of production. The lack of sample size may worry some teams but the Patriots will benefit from a playmaker in the secondary. One knock of Jackson is he looked lost during some combine drills, as if he didn't prepare as well as he should have, but Belichick and the Patriots will mold him into a hardworking, productive defensive back.

Career Expectation: Elite Cornerback

Career Success Comparison: Aqib Talib

24. Carolina Panthers - Vita Vea, DL, Washington

Vita Vea slides down the board a little further than expected, but he would have likely been picked by the Cowboys at 19 had they not cut Dez Bryant. Vita Vea's tape was very impressive. He shows a great first step and is consistently clogging the hole on the line. When holes do open up and the running back is getting ready to explode through the gap, he consistently beats blocks and gets a hand on them to prevent the big gain. Interior defensive line may not be a need for the Panthers right now, but they go best player available and select a player who looks to be a valuable piece.

Career Expectation: Formidable Starting Defensive Lineman

Career Success Comparison: DJ Reader

25. Tennessee Titans - Maurice Hurst, DL, Michigan

Also a position where Tennessee has no immediate need, they go with interior defensive line. The Titans have two solid players at this position but will find it hard to pass up on Hurst. Hurst has a deadly jump on the ball, beating offensive lineman before they get out of their stance. This could draw double teams on the interior line which is always praised to allow for edge rushers to get to the quarterback, although his lack of size will make it difficult for him to beat double teams. Even though cleared, his heart condition will cause him to fall to 25, whereas otherwise he could have been a top 10 pick.

Career Expectation: Consistent Starting Defensive Lineman

Career Success Comparison: Jonathan Hankins

26. Atlanta Falcons - Taven Bryan, DL, Florida

The best defensive lineman in the draft finds himself heading to Atlanta. The falcons have been linked to him in just about every way possible, and this seems to be one of the consensus picks of the draft. He is incredibly athletic and managed to prove himself as a first round pick in just one starting season at Florida. It's been reported that he struggles slightly with some teachable concepts at the position, but there is still plenty room for improvement with professional coaches, whereas athleticism can't be taught, especially at his size.

Career Expectation: Top Tier Defensive Lineman

Career Success Comparison: Dontari Poe

27. New Orleans Saints - Mike Gesicki, TE, Penn State

Mike Gesicki's name is called as one of the surprise draft picks of the first round. The Saints missed out this offseason on potentially bringing back tight end Jimmy Graham, but Gesicki can bring the same type of ability to this dyanmic offense. Remember when Jimmy Graham tried to convince an arbitrator that he was a wide receiver for the franchise tag?  Gesicki's combine numbers would have still been impressive as a wide receiver, and he shows great hands, good body control and a big target, while lacking protection abilities, as does Jimmy Graham, making him a good fit in this offense.

Career Expectation: Top Tier Pass Catching Tight End

Career Success Comparison: Jermichael Finley

28. Pittsburgh Steelers - Ronald Jones II, RB, Southern California

Saquon Barkley may be a better athlete, hurdling defenders from time to time, but RoJo has the same home run hitting ability. On his tape, you often see him make a defender miss and flip the field. He ran the 40 at this pro day putting up a 4.48, which translates to just over a 4.5 with adjustments, although this was still believed to be on an ailing hamstring. The concern with Ronald Jones is that he has a small frame, but without a doubt he can bulk up and maintain the breakaway speed that makes him so lethal in the run game. He will also benefit from being a second back behind Bell until he takes over the starting reigns next season upon Bell's departure.

Career Expectation: Solid RB1 on Most Teams 

Career Success Comparison: Jay Ajayi

29. Jacksonville Jaguars - Connor Williams, OT, Texas

The Jaguars don't have too many holes on their roster. After their defense took the league by storm in 2017, they need to add to the offense that looked better, but by no means great. They managed to make their deep run with injuries to their top two receivers in A-Rob and Hurns which they will have to repeat because they're now property of the Bears and Cowboys, respectively. Here, they go with Connor Williams who will solidify the offensive line. This is a good fit for the Jaguars because his position in the NFL is uncertain, if he can handle himself at tackle he can play some snaps behind Parnell for a year, and if he is a guard he can upgrade Cann. This will make the running game that much more lethal in Jacksonville while giving Bortles some time to process plays as well.

Career Expectation: Consistent Starting Tackle/Guard

Career Success Comparison: Cordy Glenn

30. Minnesota Vikings - Jaire Alexander, CB, Louisville

The Vikings had their secondary exposed against the Eagles in the NFC finals. Xavier Rhodes is a top tier cornerback, and after that adding a good cornerback prospect to this roster can give them a shot at the Super Bowl next year. Alexander is a great athlete, running a sub 4.4 at the combine, and he plays very aggressively but he is slightly undersized. He plays physical enough to make up for the lack of height, but this may cap his ceiling as a professional.

Career Expectation: Solid CB2 on Most Teams

Career Success Comparison: Orlando Scandrick

31. New England Patriots - Will Hernandez, G, UTEP

Shoring up the offensive line is incredibly important with an aging Brady calling plays. They lost Solder earlier in the offseason, and they fill the void by solidifying the interior offensive line due to the lack of top tier tackles in this class. Will Hernandez might be a plug and play guard, but it's also entirely possible he gets backup snaps and then steps in next season. For now, learning behind Shaq Mason, whether it be for the offseason, or the whole season, it will be very important to his development.

Career Expectation: Solid Swing Guard

Career Success Comparison: Senio Kelemete

32. Philadelphia Eagles - Rashaan Evans, LB, Alabama

Arrests aside, it is very possible that linebacker is the only hole on the entire Super Bowl winning Eagles roster. Considering Rashaan Evans has been widely viewed as a first round lock it only makes sense that the Eagles make this pick here at 32. Evans shows great instincts and is well built as a linebacker. He may not have tested so well at the combine but his tape shows an athletic player who can get from sideline to sideline, but especially a player who can get into the backfield for losses.

Career Expectation: Consistent Starting Linebacker

Career Success Comparison: Will Compton

Round 2

33. Cleveland Browns - Sony Michel, RB, Georgia

34. New York Giants - Justin Reid, S, Stanford

35. Cleveland Browns - Isaiah Oliver, CB, Colorado

36. Indianapolis Colts - Calvin Ridley, WR, Alabama

37. Indianapolis Colts - Carlton Davis, CB, Auburn

38. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Anthony Averett, CB, Alabama

39. Chicago Bears - Kolton Miller, OT, UCLA

40. Denver Broncos - DJ Chark, WR, LSU

41. Oakland Raiders - Harrison Phillips, DL, Stanford

42. Miami Dolphins - Mason Rudolph, QB, Oklahoma State

43. New England Patriots - Jerome Baker, LB, Ohio State

44. Washington Redskins - Da'Ron Payne, DL, Alabama

45. Green Bay Packers - Lorenzo Carter, LB, Georgia

46. Cincinnati Bengals - Ronnie Harrison, S, Alabama

47. Arizona Cardinals - Frank Ragnow, C, Arkansas

48. Los Angeles Chargers - Chukwuma Okorafor, OT, Western Michigan

49. Indianapolis Colts - Malik Jefferson, LB, Texas

50. Dallas Cowboys - Shaquem Griffin, LB, Central Florida

51. Detroit Lions - Dallas Goedert, TE, South Dakota State

52. Baltimore Ravens - Nick Chubb, RB, Georgia

53. Indianapolis Colts - Billy Price, C, Ohio State

54. Kansas City Chiefs - Sam Hubbard, EDGE, Ohio State

55. Carolina Panthers - Donte Jackson, CB, LSU

56. Buffalo Bills - Jessie Bates III, S, Wake Forest

57. Tennessee Titans - DJ Moore, WR, Maryland

58. Atlanta Falcons - Christian Kirk, WR, Texas A&M

59. San Francisco 49ers - Arden Key, EDGE, LSU

60. Pittsburgh Steelers - Genard Avery, LB, Memphis

61. Jacksonville Jaguars - Mark Andrews, TE, Oklahoma

62. Minnesota Vikings - Martinas Rankin, OT, Mississippi State

63. New England Patriots - Hayden Hurst, TE, South Carolina

64. Cleveland Browns - Nathan Shepherd, DL, Fort Hays State

Round 3

65. Buffalo Bills - Fred Warner, LB, BYU

66. New York Giants - Rashaad Penny, RB, San Diego State

67. Denver Broncos - Tyrell Crosby, G, Oregon

68. Houston Texans - Duke Ejiofor, EDGE, Wake Forest

69. New York Giants - MJ Stewart, CB, North Carolina

70. San Francisco 49ers - Michael Gallup, WR, Colorado State

71. Denver Broncos - Tavarus McFadden, CB, Florida State

72. New York Jets - Dorance Armstrong Jr., EDGE, Kansas

73. Miami Dolphins - Brian O'Neil, OT, Pitt

74. San Francisco 49ers - Tony Brown, CB, Alabama

75. Oakland Raiders - DaeSean Hamilton, WR, Penn State

76. Green Bay Packers - Austin Corbett, OL, Nevada

77. Cincinnati Bengals - Josey Jewell, LB, Iowa

78. Kansas City Chiefs -
Braden Smith, G, Auburn

79. Arizona Cardinals - Derrick Nnadi, DL, Florida State

80. Houston Texans - Quenton Meeks, CB, Stanford

81. Dallas Cowboys - Desmond Harrison, OT, Western Georgia

82. Detroit Lions - Justin Jones, DL, NC State

83. Baltimore Ravens - Marcus Allen, S, Penn State

84. Los Angeles Chargers - Kyzir White, S, West Virginia

85. Carolina Panthers - Anthony Miller, WR, Memphis

86. Kansas City Chiefs - Duke Dawson, CB, Florida

87. Los Angeles Rams - Chad Thomas, EDGE, Miami

88. Carolina Panthers - Alex Cappa, OT, Humboldt State

89. Tennessee Titans - Rasheem Green, DL, Southern California

90. Atlanta Falcons - Kemoko Turay, EDGE, Rutgers

91. New Orleans Saints - Jordan Whitehead, S, Pitt

92. Pittsburgh Steelers - Isaac Yiadom, CB, Boston College

93. Jacksonville Jaguars - James Washington, WR, Oklahoma State

94. Minnesota Vikings - Da'Shawn Hand, DL, Alabama

95. New England Patriots - Deadrin Senat, DL, South Florida

96. Buffalo Bills -
Ade Aruna, EDGE, Tulane

97. Arizona Cardinals - Kerryon Johnson, RB, Auburn

98. Houston Texans - Equanimeous St. Brown, WR, Notre Dame

99. Denver Broncos - Mason Cole, C, Michigan

100. Cincinnati Bengals - Rashaan Gaulden, CB, Tennessee

Round 4

101. Green Bay Packers - PJ Hall, DL, Sam Houston State

102. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Mark Walton, RB, Miami

103. Houston Texans - Jamarco Jones, OT, Ohio State

104. Indianapolis Colts - RJ McIntosh, DL, Miami

105. Chicago Bears - Deion Cain, WR, Clemson

106. Denver Broncos - Royce Freeman, RB, Oregon

107. New York Jets - Orlando Brown, OT, Oklahoma

108. New York Giants - Tegray Scales, LB, Indiana

109. Washington Redskins -
Nyheim Hines, RB, NC State

110. Oakland Raiders - Dane Cruikshank, DB, Arizona

111. Los Angeles Rams - Darius Leonard, LB, South Carolina State

112. Cincinnati Bengals - Mike White, QB, Western Kentucky

113. Denver Broncos -
Tavarius Moore, CB, Southern Miss

114. Cleveland Browns - Brandon Parker, OT, North Carolina A&T

115. Chicago Bears - Micah Kiser, LB, Virginia

116. Dallas Cowboys - Jack Cichy, LB, Wisconsin

117. Detroit Lions - Ogbonnia Okoronkwo, EDGE, Oklahoma

118. Baltimore Ravens - Ian Thomas, TE, Indiana

119. Los Angeles Chargers - Cody O'Connell, G, Washington State

120. Seattle Seahawks - Terrell Edmunds, S, Virginia Tech

121. Buffalo Bills - Deontay Burnett, WR, Southern California

122. Kansas City Chiefs - Tracy Walker, S, Louisiana-Lafayette

123. Miami Dolphins - Dalton Schultz, TE, Stanford

124. Kansas City Chiefs - Tim Settle, DL, Virginia Tech

125. Tennessee Titans - Uchenna Nwosu, EDGE, Southern California

126. Atlanta Falcons - Wyatt Teller, G, Virginia Tech

127. New Orleans Saints - Hercules Mata'afa, EDGE, Washington State

128. San Francisco 49ers - Shaun Dion Hamilton, LB, Alabama

129. Jacksonville Jaguars - Trenton Thompson, DL, Georgia

130. Philadelphia Eagles - Dante Pettis, WR, Washington

131. Miami Dolphins - Jalyn Samuels, ATH, NC State

132. Philadelphia Eagles - Kylie Fitts, EDGE, Utah

133. Green Bay Packers - Jalyn Holmes, EDGE, Ohio State

134. Arizona Cardinals -
Armani Watts, S, Texas A&M

135. Los Angeles Rams - Troy Fumagali, TE, Wisconsin

136. Los Angeles Rams - Cole Madison, OT, Washington State

137. Dallas Cowboys - Quin Blanding, S, Virginia

Round 5

138. Green Bay Packers Packers - Simmie Cobbs Jr., WR, Indiana

139. New York Giants - Joe Ostman, EDGE, Central Michigan


140. Indianapolis Colts - Peter Kalambayi, EDGE, Stanford

141. Seattle Seahawks - Frank Ginda, LB, San Jose State

142. Denver Broncos - Tyquan Lewis, EDGE, Ohio State

143. San Francisco 49ers - Sean Welsh, G, Iowa

144. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Oren Burks, LB, Vanderbilt

145. Chicago Bears - Bo Scarborough, RB, Alabama

146. Seattle Seahawks - J'Mon Moore, WR, Missouri

147. New Orleans Saints - Christian Sam, LB, Arizona State

148. Pittsburgh Steelers - Mike Hughes, CB, Central Florida

149. Denver Broncos -
DeShon Elliot, S, Texas

150. Cleveland Browns -
Holton Hill, CB, Texas

151. Cincinnati Bengals - Keke Coutee, WR, Texas Tech

152. Arizona Cardinals - Will Richardson, OT, NC State

153. Detroit Lions - Kurt Benkert, QB, Virginia

154. Baltimore Ravens - Parry Nickerson, CB, Tulane

155. Los Angeles Chargers - Kyle Lauletta, QB, Richmond

156. Seattle Seahawks - Geron Christian, G, Louisville

157. New York Jets - Jordan Lasley, WR, UCLA

158. Cincinnati Bengals -
Kameron Kelly, S, San Diego State

159. Oakland Raiders - Kalen Ballage, RB, Arizona State

160. Washington Redskins -
Leon Jacobs, LB, Wisconsin

161. Carolina Panthers - Akrum Wadley, RB, Iowa

162. Tennessee Titans - Darius Phillips, CB, Western Michigan

163. Denver Broncos - Colby Gossett, G, Appalachian State

164. New Orleans Saints - Tre'Quan Smith, WR, Central Florida

165. Pittsburgh Steelers - Chris Worley, LB, Ohio State

166. Buffalo Bills - Martez Ivey, G, Florida

167. Minnesota Vikings - Luke Falk, QB, Washington State

168. Seattle Seahawks - Folorunso Fatukasi, DL, Connecticut

169. Philadelphia Eagles - Jamil Demby, G, Maine

170. Cincinnati Bengals - 
Joe Noteboom, OT, TCU

171. Dallas Cowboys - Marquis Haynes, EDGE, Ole Miss

172. Green Bay Packers - Levi Wallace, CB, Alabama

173. Oakland Raiders -
Taylor Hearn, G, Clemson

174. Green Bay Packers - Ito Smith, RB, Southern Miss

Round 6

175.
Cleveland Browns - Zach Crabtree, OT, Oklahoma State

176. Los Angeles Rams -
Kentavious Street, DL, NC State

177. Houston Texans -
Durham Smythe, TE, Notre Dame

178. Indianapolis Colts -
Dorian O'Daniel, LB, Clemson

179. New York Jets -
JC Jackson, CB, Maryland

180. Tampa Bay Buccaneers -
Greg Stroman, CB, Virginia Tech

181. Chicago Bears -
Godwin Igwebuike, S, Northwestern

182. Arizona Cardinals - Darren Carrington II, WR, Utah


183. Los Angeles Rams -
Nick DeLuca, LB, North Dakota State

184. San Francisco 49ers -
Justin Jackson, RB, Northwestern

185. Oakland Raiders -
DJ Reed, CB, Kansas State

186. Green Bay Packers -
Jeremy Reaves, S, South Alabama

187. Buffalo Bills -
Aaron Springs, CB, Oregon

188. Cleveland Browns -
Cedrick Wilson, WR, Boise State

189. New Orleans Saints -
Riley Ferguson, QB, Memphis

190. Baltimore Ravens -
Azeem Victor, LB, Washington

191. Los Anegeles Chargers -
Nick Nelson, CB, Wisconsin

192. Dallas Cowboys -
Breeland Speaks, EDGE, Ole Miss

193. Dallas Cowboys -
Marcell Ateman, WR, Oklahoma State

194. Los Angeles Rams -
Kevin Tolliver, CB, LSU

195. Los Angeles Rams -
Roc Thomas, RB, Jacksonville State

196. Kansas City Chiefs -
Auden Tate, WR, Florida State

197. Carolina Panthers -
Mike McCray, LB, Michigan

198. New England Patriots -
Toby Weathersby, OT, LSU

199. Tennessee Titans - Jordan Thomas, TE, Mississippi State


200. Atlanta Falcons -
Trayvon Henderson, S, Hawaii

201. New Orleans Saints -
Poona Ford, DL, Texas

202. Tampa Bay Buccaneers -
Donnie Miles, S, North Carolina

203. Jacksonville Jaguars -
Jeff Holland, EDGE, Auburn

204. Minnesota Vikings -
Daurice Fountain, WR, Northern Iowa

205. Washington Redskins -
Skyler Phillips, G, Idaho State

206. Philadelphia Eagles -
D'Montre Wade, CB, Murray State

207. Green Bay Packers -
Lowell Lotulelei, DL, Utah

208. Dallas Cowboys -
Will Clapp, C, LSU

209. Miami Dolphins -
Avonte Maddox, CB, Pitt

210. New England Patriots - JT Barrett, QB, Ohio State

211. Houston Texans -
Scott Quessenberry, OT, UCLA

212. Oakland Raiders -
Nic Shimonkek, QB, Texas Tech

213. Minnesota Vikings -
BJ Hill, DL, NC State

214. Houston Texans -
Siran Neal, S, Jacksonville State

215. Baltimore Ravens -
Timon Parris, OT, Stony Brook

216. Oakland Raiders -
Josh Adams, RB, Notre Dame

217. Oakland Raiders -
Tre Flowers, S, Oklahoma State

218. Minnesota Vikings -
Ja'Von Rolland-Jones, EDGE, Arkansas

Round 7

219.
New England Patriots - Braxton Berrios, WR, Miami

220. Pittsburgh Steelers -
Korey Robertson, WR, Southern Miss

221. Indianapolis Colts -
Kendrick Norton, DL, UCLA

222. Houston Texans -
Skai Moore, LB, South Carolina

223. San Francisco 49ers -
Chase Litton, QB, Marshall

224. Chicago Bears -
Christian Campbell, CB, Penn State

225. Minnesota Vikings -
Brandon Facyson, CB, Virginia Tech

226. Seattle Seahawks -
Allen Lazard, WR, Iowa State

227. Miami Dolphins -
Bradley Bozeman, C, Alabama

228. Oakland Raiders -
Trevon Young, DL, Lousiville

229. Miami Dolphins -
Andrew Brown, DL, Virginia

230. Jacksonville Jaguars -
Justin Lawler, EDGE, Southern Methodist

231. Washington Redskins -
Troy Apke, S, Penn State

232. Green Bay Packers -
Chandon Sullivan, CB, Georgia State

233. Kansas City Chiefs -
Matthew Thomas, LB, Florida State

234. Carolina Panthers -
Foyesade Oluokun, LB, Yale

235. New York Jets -
Javon Wims, WR, Georgia

236. Dallas Cowboys -
Van Smith, S, Clemson

237. Detroit Lions -
Brian Allen, C, Michigan State

238. Baltimore Ravens - Marcell Frazier, EDGE, Missouri


239. Green Bay Packers -
Davontae Harris, CB, Illinois State

240. San Francisco 49ers -
Byron Pringle, WR, Kansas State

241. Washington Redskins -
Roc Thomas, RB, Jacksonville State

242. Carolina Panthers -
Tyler Conklin, TE, Western Michigan

243. Kansas City Chiefs -
Taron Johnson, CB, Weber State

244. Atlanta Falcons - Ryan Nall, FB, Oregon State

245. New Orleans Saints - Brett Toth, OT, Army

246. Pittsburgh Steelers -
Dominick Sanders, S, Georgia

247. Jacksonville Jaguars -
Trey Quinn, WR, Southern Methodist

248. Seattle Seahawks -
Coleman Shelton, C, Washington

249. Cincinnati Bengals -
Jason Cabinda, LB, Penn State

250. Philadelphia Eagles -
Keishawn Bierria, LB, Washington

251. Los Angeles Chargers - Ike Boettger, OT, Iowa

252. Cincinnati Bengals - James Looney, DL, California


253. Cincinnati Bengals -
Dejon Allen, G, Hawaii

254. Arizona Cardinals - Olansunkanmi Adeniyi, EDGE, Toledo

255. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Deatrick Nichols, CB, South Florida

256. Atlanta Falcons -
Jordan Akins, TE, Central Florida