2021 Final Mock Draft — Full 7 Rounds

Draft Day is here! I couldn’t be more excited that the 2021 NFL Draft is finally here and we get to watch it tonight. It’s a day I look forward to every year more than any other day, including my birthday and Christmas.

Last year was the first time I had done a full seven round mock draft, and to be honest, it was not any easier this year. Throw in that trade yesterday between the Denver Broncos and Carolina Panthers for Teddy Bridgewater, and I’d say this year was even more difficult than last.

It doesn’t seem like much, as only one pick (a sixth-rounder) was dealt, but it had major draft implications. It most likely means the Broncos will not take a QB at ninth overall; it also means the ninth pick is for sale for a QB needy team (i.e. Patriots) to make a trade up with the Broncos. Denver was also rumored to be interested in Atlanta’s fourth overall pick, but thought the asking price was too high. Without another QB needy team in the top ten, will we see the Falcons move that far back, outside the top 10?

As (almost) always, I don’t do trades in my mock drafts and my selections are based on my personal Big Board and how I would draft, not who I think is going to be drafted. However, as with my last few mock drafts, I did draft the first couple of picks with the heavily rumored prospect, rather than my personal rankings.

Enjoy the read and Happy Draft Day!

Round One:

1. Jacksonville Jaguars

Trevor Lawrence, QB, Clemson

Just a few more hours until this happens.

2. New York Jets

Zach Wilson, QB, BYU

Also, just a few more hours until this happens. I’ll go on the record one last time and state that I like Justin Fields more. I fully expect Wilson to be a great NFL QB, as I have him as my 6th ranked player overall in this draft class.

3. San Francisco 49ers (via MIA via HOU)

Mac Jones, QB, Alabama

If I were running things in San Francisco, I wouldn’t be able to turn in the Justin Fields draft card quickly enough. However, recent reports show that Head Coach Kyle Shanahan prefers Jones, while the scouting department prefers Trey Lance. I also like Lance more than Jones, but if the head coach/offensive play caller prefers one QB over another, you go with his preference.

4. Atlanta Falcons

Kyle Pitts, TE, Florida

Without a trade back, it’s hard to pass up on this great talent. Plus, with the recent rumors this week of the Falcons possibly trading Julio Jones this offseason, another pass-catcher in Atlanta would be much needed. Pitts is an offensive weapon and walking mismatch. Line him up at tight end, in the slot, or out wide, whoever covers him on the defense will be at a major disadvantage.

5. Cincinnati Bengals

Penei Sewell, OT, Oregon

The idea of Joe Burrow throwing the ball to Ja’Marr Chase is very enticing. Drafting someone who can help make sure Burrow plays every snap this season is even more enticing. Sewell can be Burrow’s left tackle for at least the next decade.

6. Miami Dolphins (via PHI)

Ja’Marr Chase, WR, LSU

The Dolphins orchestrated two big trades about a month ago, and they are now in position to draft the best receiver in the draft class. Another trade might be appealing to the Dolphins, especially with two QBs still on the board. The Dolphins can even trade back again and still get a top receiver.

7. Detroit Lions

Justin Fields, QB, Ohio State

The Lions have a ton of ways to go with this pick. Do they punt on Jared Goff already and take a QB? Do they go with an offensive tackle to protect Goff, or instead a receiver for Goff? My final prediction with this pick is Justin Fields, a way I have not been leaning towards until recently. I don’t ebelive the Lions ever saw Goff as the future. He was a means to trade Matthew Stafford, and a bridge QB. With Fields landing in their laps at 7, I can’t pass up on getting that new QB now. Fields can sit behind Goff fir the first half of the season before taking over.

8. Carolina Panthers

Rashawn Slater, OT, Northwestern

The Panthers were worried about the QBs still on the board when they get on the clock. In this mock draft, they should be upset with their lack of patience with Lance still on the board. However, it’s almost guaranteed there will be trades up and it’s very possible no QB will be left at this point. The Panthers could also be a prime trade-back spot for a team looking for a QB. Here, they fortify their offensive line with a new left tackle.

9. Denver Broncos

Micah Parsons, LB, Penn State

With the trade for QB Teddy Bridgewater, I would be shocked if the Broncos drafted a QB, unless they have plans of trading Drew Lock. Instead, they can draft the best defensive player in this draft, and finally get the great inside linebacker that Vic Fangio needs for his defense to really flourish. The Broncos have a fantastic foundation on defense, but they are missing that rangy inside linebacker that can cover the whole middle of the field and stuff runs.

10. Dallas Cowboys

Patrick Surtain II, CB, Alabama

This is the most locked in pick I’ve been making along with Lawrence to the Jags and Wilson to the Jets. Surtain II should go higher than 10th overall in a normal draft. But in this draft, with so many QBs being taken in the top 10, the Cowboys get a massive steal here. The secondary in Dallas has been subpar for many years now, and adding Surtain II is a good first step in rebuilding it.

11. New York Giants

DeVonta Smith, WR, Alabama

The Giants added offensive line last year, and they’re adding offensive weapons this year. They signed Kenny Golladay and Kyle Rudolph, and there are a lot of rumors they will take Smith if he is still there at 11. This offense would instantly be one of the best (on paper) rosters in the league. Daniel Jones will have no excuses for his development moving forward.

12. Philadelphia Eagles (via MIA via SF)

Jaylen Waddle, WR, Alabama

The Eagles were apart of the draft trades with the Dolphins and 49ers that rocked the draft world a month ago. They had been rumored to be interested in QBs (something I thought was crazy with Jalen Hurts on the roster), but clearly that is not the direction they are headed. Their primary need is receiver, and they can land a great talent at the position here. Waddles is a burner, but also a true route runner. It wouldn’t surprise me if he turns out to be the best receiver in this draft.

13. Los Angeles Chargers

Christian Darrisaw, OT, Virginia Tech

This is a complete gift for the Chargers and an absolute steal. In any normal draft, Darrisaw would be a top 10 pick. The run on QB’s, coupled with three great pass catchers and two phenomenal other offensive tackles, pushes Darrisaw down a bit. However, I wouldn’t have an issue taking Darrisaw as the first offensive tackle in the top 10 in any given draft.

14. Minnesota Vikings

Kwity Paye, EDGE, Michigan

Paye is my top-ranked edge rusher who is bursting with potential. The Vikings lack any kind of pass rush outside of Danielle Hunter and the occasional blitz from Anthony Barr. Paye can get it done on the outside, and the inside. The Vikings rebuilt the secondary through the draft last year, but now they need to focus on the front seven.

15. New England

Trey Lance, QB, NDSU

Two things will happen with the Patriots in this draft, and Lance falling to them at 15 isn’t one of them. The Patriots will either trade up in the top 10 to draft a QB, or they will stand pat and draft another position. Lance is not a whole lot like Tom Brady. Belichick will have his work cut out for him, but Lance has as high, if not higher, potential than any QB in this draft class.

16. Arizona Cardinals

Jaycee Horn, CB, South Carolina

The Cardinals have been making some serious moves over the past 13 months. However, they released long-time Cardinals star CB Patrick Peterson last month and they didn’t get a replacement in free agency. Horn is so technically sound, while also being wildly athletic. He should start Day One in Arizona opposite Byron Murphy.

17. Las Vegas Raiders

Alijah Vera-Tucker, IOL, USC

The Raiders decimated their offensive line this offseason for some reason. They need both an offensive tackle and interior offensive talent, and Vera-Tucker is the best offensive lineman on the board. Starting RB Josh Jacobs disappointed last season, so upgrades on the interior of the line were necessary anyway. Vera-Tucker mainly played offensive tackle in college, but he projects better as a guard in the NFL, potentially an All-Pro guard. However, I think he can still be a very good tackle in the NFL, if that’s where the team that drafts him puts him.

18. Miami Dolphins

Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah, LB, Notre Dame

The Dolphins got a shiny new weapon for Tua Tagovailoa with their first pick, and now they can address their defense. This defense doesn’t need a whole lot, coming off a top 10 year with a lot of young talent. Owusu-Koramoah is a defensive weapon, and can line up inside, outside, or on the ball coming off the edge. He’s fast, quick, strong, and technically-sound. He should flourish under Brian Flores.

19. Washington Football Team

Alex Leatherwood, OT, Alabama

Washington misses out on a QB, and they should not reach for the next one on their board. Instead, they can start rebuilding their offensive line, after rebuilding the defense and offensive weapons. Former Left Tackle Trent Williams forced his way out of town a year ago, and they can now find a replacement in Leatherwood. I see a lot of other people lower on Leatherwood, predicting him to go in the second round. He is one of my favorite players in the draft, and one of the most athletic big men I’ve seen in a while.

20. Chicago Bears

Caleb Farley, CB, Virginia Tech

If it weren’t for Farley’s recent injury, he’d be a top 10 pick. If he can get past that injury, and the back surgery that followed, and return to form, he’ll be the best cornerback in this draft. The best part? He’s still kind of learning the position. Farley was a QB in high school, then played some receiver, before making the switch to cornerback. He is raw, but already very good in his techniques. However, teams may be scared off by his injury history and he could end up falling. Talent-wise, he’s a top 10 prospect in this draft.

21. Indianapolis Colts

Rashod Bateman, WR, Minnesota

The Colts drafted WR Michael Pittman Jr. in the second round last year, but they still need talent at the position. T.Y. Hilton is on the back-end of his career. Bateman is a big-radius receiver who makes any QB’s job easier. Lining up Pittman Jr., Hilton, and Bateman, with second-year player Jonathan Taylor at running back, would make a very good supporting cast for QB Carson Wentz.

22. Tennessee Titans

Gregory Rousseau, EDGE, Miami

The Titans have been trying to find more pass rush the past few years with little success. They signed Jadeveon Clowney last year, but he didn’t register a single sack with the team. They drafted Harold Landry two years ago, and signed Vic Beasley this offseason. They need more firepower coming off the edge, and Rousseau is raw with high upside.

23. New York Jets (via SEA)

Terrace Marshall Jr., WR, LSU

The Jets picked their new franchise QB with the second overall pick in the draft. Now, they can start building around him. With the left tackle in place, Wilson needs more options to throw the ball. Marshall is a big receiver, but is very smooth in his movements. He has a big catch radius, which should help Wilson in his early development.

24. Pittsburgh Steelers

Sam Cosmi, OT, Texas

The Steelers’ running game has been in a steep decline the last few years, but that is due more to a loss in talent in the offensive line than the player running the ball. Cosmi can start at right tackle right away, before moving over to the left side in the next year or two.

25. Jacksonville Jaguars (via LAR)

Elijah Moore, WR, Ole Miss

The Jaguars can follow the same path as the Jets here. They got their QB with the first overall pick, and now they can immediately give him a good weapon. Moore is a quick, shifty, and most importantly, speedy receiver. With Lawrence’s arm and Moore’s speed, Jacksonville can creat a combo in Duval that’s Ismaili to what the Chiefs have in Mahomes and Tyreek Hill.

26. Cleveland Browns

Zaven Collins, LB/EDGE, Tulsa

I normally list Collins under EDGE, but with the Browns, he can primarily be a linebacker that rushes the QB on third down and other certain situations. The Browns offense looks to be set, it’s the defense that need a few more upgrades. With Jadeveon Clowney now in the mix, the need for a true pass rusher lessens. However, Collins can play inside linebacker on the first two downs, then kick down to edge rusher while Clowney or Garrett bumps inside on third downs.

27. Baltimore Ravens

Kadarius Toney, WR, Florida

The Ravens have made it known they are targeting a receiver in the first round. They remain a run-first team, but they need to have more of a passing game when they play more explosive high-scoring offenses. Toney has a nose for the end zone. Whether he’s catching a deep ball after burning a corner, or carving a screen pass at the line of scrimmage and ripping off a long run, Toney is a playmaker.

28. New Orleans Saints

Jamin Davis, LB, Kentucky

The Saints traded for LB Kwon Alexander in the middle of the 2020 season, and their defense changed immediately. This defense is much better with a physical, fast, roaming middle linebacker. And that’s exactly what Jamin Davis is. The Saints let Alexander walk in free agency after he tore his Achilles in Week 16. Davis can fill that hole perfectly, and give this defense the athletic spark in the middle it needs.

29. Green Bay Packers

Rondale Moore, WR, Colorado

A big run on receivers leaves the Packers reaching a little. However, Moore is a great fit in Green Bay. He is extremely athletic and is one of the best pure playmakers with the ball in his hands in this draft class. Moore would be a great complement to Davante Adams’ game, being the small, quick, and shifty receiver working the middle of the field while Adams works the sideline with his big frame.

30. Buffalo Bills

Joseph Ossai, EDGE, Texas

The Bills offense has officially succeeded their defense as the stronger unit. No slight to this defense, which still ranks highly, but they are missing an edge rush still. With the points this offense will continue to put up, opposing teams will be throwing a lot to keep up. The Bills need a pass rush to keep opposing QBs in check.

31. Baltimore Ravens (via KC)

Landon Dickerson, IOL, Alabama

The Ravens just traded away their right tackle, Orlando Brown Jr., to the Chiefs for a handful of picks, including 31st overall in this draft. The Ravens interior offensive line was already a bit of a mess, and now they have a huge hole at right tackle (they have been bringing in free agent tackles for workouts). The Ravens need to grab the best offensive lineman left on the board. Dickerson has a bit of a history with injuries, most recently ligament damage on his left knee in December. Showing his toughness, Dickerson suited up for the National Championship game on January 11th and played the final snap in Alabama’s blowout victory. It’s still unknown when he will be 100% healthy, but he provides versatility that his hard to pass up. He played all 5 positions across the offensive line in his college career, but found a true home in the interior.

32. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Azeez Ojulari, EDGE, Georgia

The Buccaneers have one of, if not the, most complete rosters in the league. An argument could be made to draft a QB like Kyle Trask or Davis Mills here to learn behind Tom Brady for a season or two before taking the reigns. But am I really going to assume Brady will retire anytime soon? That trail of thought hasn’t worked for anyone predicting that in the last 7 years, and I wouldn’t be surprised if he keeps playing another 10 years. Instead, the Bucs can address one of the biggest reasons they did win the Super Bowl, in the pass rush department. Jason Pierre-Paul is aging and he has one year left on his deal. There isn’t much depth behind JPP and Shaquil Barrett. Ojulari would be a fantastic rotational piece for the defending Super Bowl Champs this season.

Round 2:

33. Jacksonville Jaguars

Dillon Radunz, OT, NDSU

34. New York Jets

Najee Harris, RB, Alabama

35. Atlanta Falcons

Greg Newsome II, CB, Northwestern

36. Miami Dolphins (via HOU)

Travis Etienne, RB, Clemson

37. Philadelphia Eagles

Trevon Moehrig, S, TCU

38. Cincinnati Bengals

Pat Freiermuth, TE, Penn State

39. Carolina Panthers

Eric Stokes, CB, Georgia

40. Denver Broncos

Christian Barmore, DL, Alabama

41. Detroit Lions

Jalen Mayfield, OT, Michigan

42. New York Giants

Jaelan Phillips, EDGE, Miami

43. San Francisco 49ers

Tyson Campbell, CB, Georgia

44. Dallas Cowboys

Tevin Jenkins, OT, Oklahoma State

45. Jacksonville Jaguars (via MIN)

Jevon Holland, S, Oregon

46. New England Patriots

Nick Bolton, LB, Missouri

47. Los Angeles Chargers

Jayson Oweh, EDGE, Penn State

48. Las Vegas Raiders

Liam Eichenberg, OT, Notre Dame

49. Arizona Cardinals

Wyatt Davis, IOL, Ohio State

50. Miami Dolphins

Joe Tyron, EDGE, Washington

51. Washington Football Team

Kyle Trask, QB, Florida

52. Chicago Bears

Spencer Brown, OT, Northern Iowa

53. Tennessee Titans

Asante Samuel Jr., CB, Florida State

54. Indianapolis Colts

Deonte Brown, IOL, Alabama

55. Pittsburgh Steelers

Javonte Williams, RB, North Carolina

56. Seattle Seahawks

James Hudson, OT, Cincinnati

57. Los Angeles Rams

Quincy Roche, EDGE, Miami

58. Kansas City Chiefs (via BAL)

Kelvin Joseph, CB, Kentucky

59. Cleveland Browns

Levi Onwuzirike, DL, Washington

60. New Orleans Saints

Amon-Ra St. Brown, WR, USC

61. Buffalo Bills

Brevin Jordan, TE, Miami

62. Green Bay Packers

Jabril Cox, LB, LSU

63. Kansas City Chiefs

Ronnie Perkins, EDGE, Oklahoma

64. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Daviyon Nixon, DL, Iowa

Round Three:

65. Jacksonville Jaguars

Chazz Surratt, LB, North Carolina

66. New York Jets

Israel Makuamu, CB, South Carolina

67. Houston Texans

Sage Surratt, WR, Wake Forest

68. Atlanta Falcons

Dayo Odeyingbo, EDGE, Vanderbilt

69. Cincinnati Bengals

Baron Browning, LB, Ohio State

70. Philadelphia Eagles

Ifeatu Melifonwu, CB, Syracuse

71. Denver Broncos

Jackson Carman, OT, Clemson

72. Detroit Lions

D’Wayne Eskridge, WR, Western Michigan

73. Carolina Panthers

Tommy Tremble, TE, Notre Dame

74. Washington Football Team (via SF)

Pete Werner, LB, Ohio State

75. Dallas Cowboys

Jay Tufele, DL, USC

76. New York Giants

Andre Cisco, S, Syracuse

77. New England Patriots (FORFEITED)

78. Los Angeles Chargers

Tylan Wallace, WR, Oklahoma State

79. Minnesota Vikings

Creed Humphrey, IOL, Oklahoma

80. Las Vegas Raiders (via ARZ)

Jalen Twyman, DL, Pitt

81. Las Vegas Raiders

Caden Sterns, S, Texas

82. Miami Dolphins

Quinn Meinerz, IOL, Wisconsin-Whitewater

83. Washington Football Team

Dyami Brown, WR, North Carolina

84. Chicago Bears

Kellen Mond, QB, Texas A&M

85. Philadelphia Eagles (via IND)

Josh Meyers, IOL, Ohio State

86. Tennessee Titans

Walker Little, OT, Stanford

87. New York Jets (via SEA)

Aaron Banks, IOL, Notre Dame

88. Pittsburgh Steelers

Aaron Robinson, CB, UCF

89. Los Angeles Rams

Trey Smith, IOL, Tennessee

90. Cleveland Browns

Chris Rumph II, EDGE, Duke

91. Minnesota Vikings (via BAL)

Ben Cleveland, IOL, Georgia

92. Cleveland Browns (via NO)

Elijah Molden, CB, Washington

93. Green Bay Packers

Drake Jackson, IOL, Kentucky

94. Buffalo Bills

Michael Carter, RB, North Carolina

95. Baltimore Ravens (via KC)

Carlos Basham Jr., EDGE, Wake Forest

96. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Jaret Patterson, RB, Buffalo

97. New England Patriots

Shi Smith, WR, South Carolina

98. Los Angeles Chargers

Paulson Adebo, CB, Stanford

99. New Orleans Saints

Patrick Jones II, EDGE, Pitt

100. Dallas Cowboys

Jamar Johnson, S, Indiana

101. Tennessee Titans

Nico Collins, WR, Michigan

102. Detroit Lions (via LAR)

Richie Grant, S, UCF

103. San Francisco 49ers

Jack Anderson, IOL, Texas Tech

104. Los Angeles Rams

Cameron McGrone, LB, Michigan

105. Baltimore Ravens

Dylan Moses, LB, Alabama

106. New Orleans Saints

Shaun Wade, CB, Ohio State

Round Four:

107. Jacksonville Jaguars

Hunter Long, TE, Boston College

108. New York Jets

Jordan Smith, EDGE, UAB

109. Atlanta Falcons

Chuba Hubbard, RB, Oklahoma State

110. Houston Texans

Kary Vincent Jr., CB, LSU

111. Cleveland Browns (via PHI)

Seth Williams, WR, Auburn

112. Cincinnati Bengals

Marvin Wilson, DL, Florida State

113. Detroit Lions

Tony Fields II, LB, West Virginia

114. Carolina Panthers

Derrick Barnes, LB, Purdue

115. Denver Broncos

Kylin Hill, RB, Texas A&M

116. Dallas Cowboys

Daelin Hayes, EDGE, Notre Dame

117. New York Giants

Brady Christensen, OT, BYU

118. San Francisco 49ers

Talanoa Hufanga, S, USC

119. Los Angeles Chargers

Trey Sermon, RB, Oklahoma

120. Minnesota Vikings

Hamsah Nasirildeen, S, Florida State

121. New England Patriots

Tre Brown, CB, Oklahoma

122. Las Vegas Raiders

Monty Rice, LB, Georgia

123. New England Patriots (via ARZ)

David Moore, IOL, Grambling State

124. Philadelphia Eagles (via MIA)

Wyatt Hubert, EDGE, Kansas State

125. Washington Football Team

Kenny Yeboah, TE, Ole Miss

126. Minnesota Vikings (via CHI)

Amari Rodgers, WR, Clemson

127. Tennessee Titans

Paris Ford, S, Pitt

128. Indianapolis Colts

Cameron Sample, EDGE, Tulane

129. Pittsburgh Steelers

Davis Mills, QB, Stanford

130. Seattle Seahawks

Shakur Brown, CB, Michigan State

131. Jacksonville Jaguars (via LAR)

Marco Wilson, CB, Florida

132. Baltimore Ravens

Marlon Tuipulotu, DL, USC

133. Cleveland Browns

Tariq Thompson, S, San Diego State

134. New Orleans Saints

Cade Johnson, WR, South Dakota State

135. Minnesota Vikings (via BUF)

K.J. Britt, LB, Auburn

136. Green Bay Packers

Richard LeCounte, S, Georgia

137. Baltimore Ravens (via KC)

Alaric Jackson, OT, Iowa

138. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Frank Darby, WR, Arizona State

139. Dallas Cowboys

Sadarius Hutchison, IOL, South Carolina

140. New England Patriots

Tyler Shelvin, DL, LSU

141. Pittsburgh Steelers

Michael Menet, IOL, Penn State

142. Los Angeles Rams

D’Ante Smith, OT, East Carolina

143. Green Bay Packers

Elerson Smith, EDGE, Northern Iowa

144. Minnesota Vikings

Tyler Shelvin, DL, LSU

145. Kansas City Chiefs

Anthony Schwartz, WR, Auburn

Round Five:

146. Jacksonville Jaguars

Javian Hawkins, RB, Louisville

147. New York Jets

Charles Snowden III, LB, Virginia

148. Houston Texans

Alim McNeil, DL, NC State

149. Atlanta Falcons

Divine Deablo, S, Virginia Tech

150. Cincinnati Bengals

Josh Imatorbhebe, WR, Illinois

151. Philadelphia Eagles

Justin Hilliard, LB, Ohio State

152. Carolina Panthers

Adetokunbo Ogundeji, EDGE, Notre Dame

153. Denver Broncos

Janarius Robinson, EDGE, Florida

154. Detroit Lions

Malcolm Koonce, EDGE, Buffalo

155. New York Jets (via NYG)

Adrian Ealy, OT, Oklahoma

156. San Francisco 49ers

Ernest Jones, LB, South Carolina

157. Miami Dolphins (via DAL)

Tommy Togiai, DL, Ohio State

158. Minnesota Vikings

Sam Ehlinger, QB, Texas

159. Houston Texans (via NE)

Buddy Johnson, LB, Texas A&M

160. Los Angeles Chargers

Noah Gray, TE, Duke

161. Arizona Cardinals

Damar Hamlin, S, Pitt

162. Buffalo Bills (via LV)

Tutu Atwell, WR, Louisville

163. Las Vegas Raiders (via MIA)

Keith Taylor, CB, Washington

164. Washington Football Team

Kenneth Gainwell, RB, Memphis

165. Chicago Bears

Cornell Powell, WR, Clemson

166. Indianapolis Colts

Reed Blankenship, S, Middle Tennessee

167. Tennessee Titans

JaCoby Stevens, LB, LSU

168. Las Vegas Raiders (via SEA)

Patrick Johnson, EDGE, Tulane

169. Minnesota Vikings (via PIT)

Hamilcar Rashed Jr., CB, Oregon State

170. Cleveland Browns (via LAR)

Bobby Brown III, DL, Texas A&M

171. Jacksonville Jaguars (via CLV)

Robert Hainsey, IOL, Notre Dame

172. Baltimore Ravens

Trill Williams, CB, Syracuse

173. San Francisco 49ers (via NO)

Desmond Fitzpatrick, WR, Louisville

174. Green Bay Packers

Tyler Vaughns, WR, USC

175. Buffalo Bills

Benjamin St.-Juste, CB, Minnesota

176. Kansas City Chiefs

Anthony Hines, LB, Texas A&M

177. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Jamie Newman, QB, Georgia

178. New England Patriots

Stone Forsythe, OT, Florida

179. Green Bay Packers

Mike Hampton, CB, USF

180. Dallas Cowboys

Tuf Borland, LB, Ohio State

181. San Francisco 49ers

Demetric Felton, RB, UCLA

182. Kansas City Chiefs

Milton Williams, DL, Louisiana Tech

183. Atlanta Falcons

Ihmir Smith-Marsette, WR, Iowa

184. Atlanta Falcons

Tommy Kraemer, IOL, Notre Dame

185. Baltimore Ravens

Ar’Darius Washington, S, TCU

Round Six:

186. Los Angeles Chargers (via JAX)

Kendrick Green, IOL, Illinois

187. New York Jets

Tre McKitty, TE, Georgia

188. Atlanta Falcons

Camryn Bynum, LB, Cal

189. New England Patriots (via HOU)

Dazz Newsome, WR, North Carolina

190. Philadelphia Eagles

Josh Palmer, WR, Tennessee

191. Cincinnati Bengals

Jermar Jefferson, RB, Oregon State

192. Carolina Panthers (via DEN)

Ambry Thomas, CB, Michigan

193. Dallas Cowboys (via DET)

Mark Webb, CB, Georgia

194. Carolina Panthers

Joshuah Bledsoe, S, Missouri

195. San Francisco 49ers

Payton Turner, EDGE, Houston

196. Houston Texans (via DAL)

Jonathan Cooper, EDGE, Ohio State

197. New York Giants

Trey Hill, IOL, Georgia

198. New England Patriots

James Wiggins, S, Cincinnati

199. Los Angeles Chargers

Osa Odighizuwa, DL, UCLA

200. Minnesota Vikings

Jaelon Darden, WR, North Texas

201. Las Vegas Raiders

Dan Moore Jr., OT, Texas A&M

202. New York Giants (via ARZ)

Isaiah McDuffie, LB, Boston College

203. Cincinnati Bengals (via MIA)

Tarron Jackson, EDGE, Coastal Carolina

204. Houston Texans (via WAS)

Tyree Gillespie, S, Missouri

205. Chicago Bears

Darrick Forrest, S, Cincinnati

206. Tennessee Titans

John Bates, TE, Boise State

207. Indianapolis Colts

Robert Rochell, CB, Central Arkansas

208. Kansas City Chiefs (via PIT)

Khalil Herbert, RB, Virginia Tech

209. Chicago Bears (via SEA)

Jaquan Bailey, EDGE, Iowa State

210. Los Angeles Rams

Thomas Graham Jr., CB, Oregon

211. Baltimore Ravens

Rhamondre Stevenson, RB, Oklahoma

212. Cleveland Browns

Josh Ball, OT, Marshall

213. Houston Texans (via NO)

Tamorrion Terry, WR, Florida State

214. Buffalo Bills

Ryan McCollum, IOL, Texas A&M

215. Green Bay Packers

Ta’Quan Graham, DL, Texas

216. Tennessee Titans (via KC)

Marquez Stevenson, WR, Houston

217. Pittsburgh Steelers (via TB)

Khyiris Tonga, DL, BYU

218. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Rodarius Williams, CB, Oklahoma State

219. New Orleans Saints

Chris Evans, RB, Michigan

220. Atlanta Falcons

Mustafa Johnson, DL, Colorado

221. Green Bay Packers

Royce Newman, OT, Ole Miss

222. Chicago Bears

Olaijah Griffin, CB, USC

223. Carolina Panthers

Simi Fehoko, WR, Stanford

224. Minnesota Vikings

Shaka Toney, EDGE, Penn State

225. Philadelphia Eagles

Nick Eubanks, TE, Michigan

226. Philadelphia Eagles

Tre Norwood, CB, Oklahoma

227. New York Jets (via CAR)

Deommodore Lenoir, CB, Oregon

228. Dallas Cowboys

William Bradley-King, EDGE, Baylor

229. Chicago Bears

Paddy Fisher, LB, Northwestern

Round Seven:

230. New Orleans Saints (via JAX)

Malik Herring, DL, Georgia

231. San Francisco 49ers (via NYJ)

Avery Williams, CB, Boise State

232. Miami Dolphins (via HOU)

Shawn Davis, S, Florida

233. Tennessee Titans (via ATL)

Ian Book, QB, Notre Dame

234. Houston Texans (via CIN)

Jimmy Morrisey, IOL, Pitt

235. Philadelphia Eagles

Caleb Kelly, LB, Oklahoma

236. Cincinnati Bengals (via DET)

Mark Gilbert, CB, Duke

237. Buffalo Bills (via CAR)

Lamont Wade, S, Penn State

238. Denver Broncos

Tristen Hoge, IOL, BYU

239. Dallas Cowboys

Luke Farrell, TE, Ohio State

240. Denver Broncos (via NYG)

Lorenzo Burns, CB, Arizona

241. Philadelphia Eagles (via SF)

Naquan Jones, DL, Michigan State

242. Los Angeles Chargers

Eric Burrell, S, Wisconsin

243. Minnesota Vikings (FORFEITED)

244. New England Patriots

Jamar Watson, EDGE, Kentucky

245. Arizona Cardinals

Shaun Beyer, TE, Iowa

246. Washington Football Team (via LV)

D.J. Daniel, CB, Georgia

247. Pittsburgh Steelers (via MIA)

Sam Williams, EDGE, Ole Miss

248. Washington Football Team

T.J. Vasher, WR, Texas Tech

249. Arizona Cardinals (via CHI)

Austin Watkins, WR, UAB

250. Indianapolis Colts

Carson Green, OT, Texas A&M

251. Jacksonville Jaguars (via TEN)

Carlo Kemp, DL, Michigan

252. Seattle Seahawks

Gabe Reid, EDGE, Stanford

253. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (via PIT)

Royce Newman, OT, Ole Miss

254. Los Angeles Rams

Jonathan Marshall, DL, Arkansas

255. Denver Broncos (via CLV)

Dax Milne, WR, BYU

256. Pittsburgh Steelers (via BAL)

Erroll Thompson, LB, Mississippi State

257. New Orleans Saints

Matt Bushman, TE, BYU

258. Green Bay Packers

Pooka Williams, RB, Kansas

259. Cleveland Browns (via BUF)

Joshua Ross, LB, Michigan

260. Miami Dolphins (via KC)

Rico Bussey Jr., WR, Hawaii

261. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Jordan Fox, LB, Stanford

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