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Bobby Sylvester’s Final 2020 NFL Mock Draft (Seven Rounds with Trades)

by Bobby Sylvester | @bobbyfantasypro | Featured Writer
Apr 23, 2020

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We are now counting down the hours and soon enough it will be the minutes until the NFL Draft. I figured the best way to kick off this virtual holiday was to offer a fresh and full seven-round mock. There are a ton of rumors leaking and I’ve done my best to chew up the watermelon and spit out the seeds for you.

As always, there will be a handful of trades, or more, in the first round so I’ve got those included as well. I’ll give you a breakdown of each first round pick along with four other realistic options. Before we do that, though, let’s take a look at some trade possibilities. Each completed trade will be listed immediately before the pick and you can scroll all the way down to see all trades listed together.

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Trade Central

Teams looking to trade up in Round 1 (in order of most likely)

  • LA Chargers into top 4
  • Miami into top 3
  • Atlanta into top 8
  • Bucs into top 10
  • Ravens into top 23
  • Jets into the top 9

Teams looking to trade down in Round 1 (in order of most likely)

  • San Francisco from 1.31 or 1.13
  • Detroit from 1.03
  • Seattle from 1.27
  • Jacksonville from 1.09
  • New England from 1.23
  • Carolina from 1.07
  • Arizona from 1.08
  • Washington from 1.02

Veterans who could be on the move (in order of most likely)

Other trade possibilities (in order of most likely)

  • Miami has the ammo to get into the 1st for a fourth 1st rounder
  • Oakland could leap into the top five for a QB
  • Jacksonville could trade into the top three for a QB or Chase Young
  • Denver has the ammo to pick up a late first
  • Jacksonville could move up for an additional second
  • The Bears are likely to move down from one of their seconds
  • Oakland has three thirds and could jump into the second
  • The Eagles have enough late round picks to jump into the third

First Round

1.01 Cincinnati Bengals: Joe Burrow (QB – LSU)
There were rumors that Burrow preferred to play elsewhere and that perhaps Miami was so infatuated with Burrow that Cincy that they could make an offer huge enough to tempt the Bengals, but we are now hearing that the Bengals have already told Burrow he will be the pick.

Other options: 

  • No other options. This is the pick.

*TRADE ALERT*
Jacksonville trades Yannick Ngakoue, 1.09 and 1.20 to Washington for 1.02 and 3.66

1.02 Jacksonville Jaguars (via WAS): Tua Tagovailoa (QB – Alabama)
Everyone seems to have Chase Young locked in here which makes plenty of sense, but Washington has told us they are willing to move the pick and that one team has already made a complete offer. The team that makes the most sense is the one with two firsts and a young star edge rusher for sale. Prior to Tua’s injury, many thought he would still go 1.01 over Burrow. A team like Jacksonville, Las Vegas, Miami or the Chargers could bet their future on this potential superstar QB.

Other options: 

  • Washington keeps the pick and takes Chase Young
  • Washington trades the pick to Oakland
  • Washington keeps the pick and takes Tua Tagovailoa
  • Washington keeps the pick and takes Justin Herbert

1.03 Detroit Lions: Chase Young (Edge – Ohio St)
The Lions are very likely to trade this pick but if Young drops, you can bet your bottom dollar they’ll run to the podium and select this historically great edge rushing prospect. If not, they should still be able to get Okudah or Brown at pick #5 or #6 in a trade back.

Other options: 

  • Detroit trades the pick to Miami
  • Detroit trades the pick to LA Chargers
  • Detroit keeps the pick and takes Jeffrey Okudah
  • Detroit keeps the pick and takes Derrick Brown

1.04 New York Giants: Andrew Thomas (OT – Georgia)
There has been speculation that Miami is trying to leapfrog the Giants for the top tackle on their board. For a while, most thought Wirfs or Wills were the best tackle in the class but it now seems that teams have Thomas pegged there. Simmons was said to be a lock for 1.04 a month ago, but there are now rumors that he’ll fall as far as to pick #12.

Other options: 

  • NY Giants keep the pick and takes Isaiah Simmons
  • NY Giants keep the pick and take Tristan Wirfs
  • NY Giants trade the pick to LA Chargers
  • NY Giants trade the pick to Oakland

1.05 Miami Dolphins: Jedrick Wills (OT – Alabama)
The smoke screen is wild out of Miami this week with some saying they love Herbert and others saying they are desperate enough for a certain tackle that they may move into the top three for him. Others insist they are still taking Tua or even moving up to grab him. It seems they believe in Jordan Love too, so taking a tackle then grabbing Love later in the 1st makes sense.

Other options: 

  • Miami moves up to take Justin Herbert
  • Miami moves up to take Andrew Thomas
  • Miami moves up to take Tua Tagovailoa
  • Miami keeps the pick and takes Tristan Wirfs 

1.06 Los Angeles Chargers: Jeffrey Okudah (CB – Ohio St)
The Chargers have reassembled their offensive line this spring to best accomodate for a left-handed quarterback like Tua. It seems likely they’ll do what it takes to move up to pick #3 or even #2 to acquire him, but if Jacksonville trumps their offer, as we see in this mock, they could settle for Herbert at 6 or take the best player on their board in Okudah, who still fits a pressing need.

Other options: 

  • LA Chargers trade up for Tua Tagovailoa
  • LA Chargers trade up for Justin Herbert
  • LA Chargers keep the pick and take Tristan Wirfs
  • LA Chargers take Derrick Brown

*TRADE ALERT*
Carolina trades 1.07 to NY Jets for 1.11 and 3.68

1.07 New York Jets (via Carolina): Tristan Wirfs (OT – Iowa)
With tackles flying off the board, Washington moving back to presumably take one, and Cleveland near-certain to grab the fourth elite tackle if one is still on the board, the Jets could very easily move up to get their guy before it’s too late. Carolina might not be willing to move out of #7, however, if Brown, or especially Okudah, is available to them.

Other options: 

  • Carolina keeps the pick and takes Derrick Brown
  • Carolina keeps the pick and takes Jeffrey Okudah
  • Carolina trades the pick to Atlanta
  • Carolina keeps the pick and takes Isaiah Simmons

*TRADE ALERT*
Arizona trades 1.08 and 4.131 to Atlanta for 1.16 and 2.47

1.08 Atlanta Falcons (via ARI): C.J. Henderson (CB – Florida)
Arizona could take a tackle here as well, but they also need additional early picks if they can get them. One of the top wideouts could possibly be available at 1.16 but more likely, they trade back to get a better value on the second-best edge rusher or linebacker in the draft class.

Other options: 

  • Arizona keeps the pick and takes Tristan Wirfs
  • Arizona keeps the pick and takes Isaiah Simmons
  • Arizona keeps the pick and takes CeeDee Lamb
  • Arizona trades the pick to Tampa Bay

1.09 Washington (via JAX): Mekhi Becton (OT – Louisville)
If Washington trades back, you can wager anything they’d take an offensive tackle since Trent Williams is likely out of town and the position is already a need even before that. If Jacksonville keeps the pick, though, it will probably be a defensive tackle or cornerback.

Other options: 

  • Jacksonville trades the pick to Tampa Bay
  • Jacksonville trades the pick to Atlanta
  • Jacksonville keeps the pick and takes Derrick Brown
  • Jacksonville keeps the pick and takes C.J. Henderson

1.10 Cleveland Browns: Isaiah Simmons (LB – Clemson)
The Browns need two tackles in this draft and would be heartbroken if all four of the top options are off the board by pick 10, but with that happening, Simmons falls to them. Cleveland could certainly use a stud linebacker/safety hyrbrid as well so Browns fans end up happy after all.

Other options: 

  • Cleveland keeps the pick and takes Mekhi Becton
  • Cleveland trades back to Minnesota
  • Cleveland keeps the pick and takes Jedrick Wills
  • Cleveland keeps the pick and takes Tristan Wirfs

1.11 Carolina Panthers (via NYJ): Derrick Brown (IDL – Auburn)
Carolina moves back and still gets their guy with the 11th pick to hopefully fix the worst run defense in the NFL. If he gone, C.J. Henderson would make plenty of sense as well. Were the Jets to keep this pick, it would be offensive tackle if one is available or potentially the first wideout off the board.

Other options: 

  • NY Jets keep the pick and take Mekhi Becton
  • NY Jets keep the pick and take Jedrick Wills
  • NY Jets keep the pick and take CeeDee Lamb
  • NY Jets keep the pick and take Jerry Jeudy

1.12 Las Vegas Raiders: Justin Herbert (QB – Oregon)
Many have the Raiders slated to take a wideout here and another in the third round but if Herbert is still available, Gruden might just have to end the fall. After all, they can cut Derek Carr next year and eat just 2.5 million dollars. There are also rumors that Oakland and the Jags are closing in a deal surrounding Yannick Ngakoue.

Other options: 

  • Oakland keeps the pick and takes Jerry Jeudy
  • Oakland keeps the pick and takes CeeDee Lamb
  • Oakland keeps the pick and takes C.J. Henderson
  • Oakland trades the pick for Yannick Ngakoue and a 2nd

*TRADE ALERT*
San Francisco trades 1.13 to Minnesota for 1.22, 2.58 and 4.132

1.13 Minnesota Vikings (via SF): Jerry Jeudy (WR – Alabama)
The 49ers would do well here to grab a future Pro-Bowl wide receiver but they don’t have picks in the 2nd, 3rd or 4th round, so they are a prime candidate to trade back from either 1.13 or 1.31. Don’t sleep on Kinlaw coming off the board a bit early here too. Minnesota has the ammunition to move up and grab the wideout of their choice.

Other options: 

  • San Fran trades the pick to Philadelphia
  • San Fran keeps the pick and takes Henry Ruggs III
  • San Fran keeps the pick and takes CeeDee Lamb
  • San Fran keeps the pick and takes Javon Kinlaw

1.14 Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Josh Jones (OT – Houston)
Tampa desperately needs a tackle early in their draft and with the well already running dry, they could move back for a tackle or just reach a few picks to make sure they get the other best option in this class. Jones has been very popular in terms of private team visits and seems likely to continue rising up boards in the closing hours.

Other options: 

  • Tampa Bay moves up to take a top four OT
  • Tampa Bay takes Mekhi Becton
  • Tampa Bay trades back to take D’Andre Swift
  • Tampa Bay takes Xavier McKinney

1.15 Denver Broncos: Henry Ruggs III (WR – Alabama)
The Broncos have been tied to each of the top three wideouts all along and that speculation won’t change before tonight. There is a chance they grab a tackle or cornerback here, especially is C.J. Henderson was somehow available, but Ruggs is the ideal wideout to line up opposite of Courtland Sutton.

Other options: 

  • Jerry Jeudy
  • CeeDee Lamb
  • Josh Jones
  • Kristian Fulton

1.16 Arizona Cardinals (via ATL): CeeDee Lamb (WR – Oklahoma)
Arizona just might take Lamb at 1.08 so if he fell to 1.16, they’d be thrilled beyond belief. They have all kinds of needs, however, so an edge rusher, tackle or linebacker are options as well. If Atlanta keeps the pick, they could go with an interior defensive lineman, edge rusher or cornerback.

Other options: 

  • Atlanta keeps the pick and takes Javon Kinlaw
  • Atlanta keeps the pick and takes Kristian Fulton
  • Atlanta keeps the pick and takes K’Lavon Chaisson
  • Atlanta keeps the pick and takes Trevon Diggs

*TRADE ALERT*
Dallas trades 1.17 and 5.64 to Baltimore for 1.28 and 2.60

1.17 Baltimore Ravens (via DAL): Kenneth Murray (LB – Oklahoma)
Dallas isn’t the most likely team to trade back but they should still be able to get a strong defensive back, interior offensive linemen or edge rusher if they do, and Baltimore is surely calling everyone to move ahead of Las Vegas, Philly and New Orleans for a linebacker.

Other options: 

  • Dallas keeps the pick and takes Kristian Fulton
  • Dallas keeps the pick and takes K’Lavon Chaisson
  • Dallas keeps the pick and takes Xavier McKinney
  • Dallas keeps the pick and takes Cesar Ruiz

1.18 Miami Dolphins: Jordan Love (QB – Utah St)
You may be shocked to find out that the Dolphins haven’t even met with Tua or Herbert but they’ve had two private meetings with Love. Is the writing on the wall and everyone just seems to be ignorning it? Heck, I wouldn’t be all that shocked if Love is the pick at 1.05 and the rumors of trading up are a smoke screen like Jacksonville with Bortles a few years back.

Other options: 

  • Xavier McKinney
  • D’Andre Swift
  • Josh Jones
  • Cesar Ruiz

1.19 Las Vegas Raiders: Justin Jefferson (WR – LSU)
Murray or Kinlaw would make all the sense in the world here and apparently the Raiders offered this pick to Jacksonville for Yannick, but if Oakland misses out on a wideout at #12 or has Herbert fall into their lap, they might grab Jefferson here since they don’t have a second round pick to grab a receiver with.

Other options: 

  • Las Vegas keeps the pick and takes Kenneth Murray
  • Las Vegas keeps the pick and takes Javon Kinlaw
  • Las Vegas trades the pick to Jacksonville for Yannick Ngakoue
  • Las Vegas keeps the pick and takes Jeff Gladney

1.20 Washington (via JAX): Kristian Fulton (CB – LSU)
Washington has many holes, as is often the case with teams drafting second overall. They could address many of those needs by trading back, and in this case, they grab a highly regarded corner. If Jacksonville stays in place, they have so many holes and picks that it’s near impossible to forecast what they would do besides just taking the best player available.

Other options: 

  • Jacksonville keeps the pick and takes Javon Kinlaw
  • Jacksonville keeps the pick and takes Grant Delpit
  • Jacksonville keeps the pick and takes Jordan Love
  • Jacksonville keeps the pick and takes Jonathan Taylor

1.21 Philadelphia Eagles: Jalen Reagor (WR – TCU)
Justin Jefferson is the ideal fit for the Eagles and they may even trade up to make sure no one snipes them. If he isn’t there, you can expect Philly to nab what’s left at the position or reach for the draft’s second best linebacker or third best corner.

Other options: 

  • Philly keeps the pick and takes Justin Jefferson
  • Philly trades up to take a top four wideout
  • Philly keeps the pick and takes Patrick Queen
  • Philly keeps the pick and takes Kristian Fulton

1.22 San Francisco 49ers (via MIN): Javon Kinlaw (IDL – South Carolina)
Despite moving back 9 picks, San Francisco still gets an elite interior defensive linemen to cheaply replace DeForest Buckener. If Kinlaw didn’t fall, Blacklock or Gladney is an option too. In fact, Minnesota might even take the safe corner, Gladney, with this pick if they don’t trade it.

Other options: 

  • Minnesota keeps the pick and takes Jalen Reagor
  • Minnesota keeps the pick and takes Jeff Gladney
  • Minnesota keeps the pick and takes A.J. Epenesa
  • Minnesota keeps the pick and takes Denzel Mims

1.23 New England Patriots: A.J. Epenesa (Edge – Iowa)
New England doesn’t have a second round pick and are one of the most likely teams to move back as a result, but with Baltimore already moving up and few teams eager to move up, they bite the bullet and reach a little for a classic Bill Belichick player in Epenesa.

Other options: 

  • New England trades down to Baltimore
  • New England keeps the pick and takes Jalen Reagor
  • New England keeps the pick and takes Cesar Ruiz
  • New England keeps the pick and takes Jalen Hurts

1.24 New Orleans Saints: Jeff Gladney (CB – TCU)
New Oreleans is in such a strange spot because their window to win is closing in 12 months so they could fill their immediate holes with a plug and play corner like Gladney, ready to roll linebacker like Queen or Murray, or they could elect to use this pick for Drew Brees‘ replacement next season.

Other options: 

  • Patrick Queen
  • Kenneth Murray
  • Jalen Reagor
  • Jalen Hurts

1.25 Minnesota Vikings: Cameron Dantzler (CB – Mississippi St)
This likely isn’t a name you’ve seen in many mock drafts, but if you look back at every player who was deemed a major reach last year (L.J. Collier, Darnell Savage, Tytus Howard), they all shared one thing in common: A dozen plus teams were interested enough to meet with them privately. The same is true for Dantzeler, who has a 2nd/3rd projection on him.

Other options: 

  • Jalen Reagor
  • A.J. Epenesa
  • Denzel Mims
  • Ross Blacklock

1.26 Miami Dolphins: Xavier McKinney (S – Alabama)
There is a chance McKinney comes off the board in the top 15 or that he is the fifth safety drafted as the top five are all very close together in most rankings. Or instead of a safety, this could be where the first running back or interior offensive lineman comes off the board.

Other options: 

  • D’Andre Swift
  • Cesar Ruiz
  • Grant Delpit
  • Jalen Hurts

*TRADE ALERT*
Denver trades 2.46, 3.77 and 5.178 to Seattle for 1.27

1.27 Denver Broncos (via SEA): Austin Jackson (OT – USC)
Seattle is trading this pick is history tells us anything. There aren’t many teams with the ammo to move up into the first but Denver fits the mold and plus, they need a starting tackle. With Jackson and Chaisson still both available, Seattle would probably have a few interested parties.

Other options: 

  • Seattle trades back to Miami or Indy
  • Seattle keeps the pick and takes Yetur Gross-Matos
  • Seattle keeps the pick and takes Cesar Ruiz
  • Seattle keeps the pick and takes Isaiah Wilson

1.28 Dallas Cowboys (via BAL): K’Lavon Chaisson (Edge – LSU)
I’d be willing to wager Dallas fans were upset with me that their team was trading back, but drafting their needs at #17 just doesn’t quite make sense. The second edge rusher in the draft, third corner or second linebacker would all be a reach there. In this scenario, they still get that edge rusher and everyone is happy.

Other options: 

  • Baltimore keeps the pick and takes Patrick Queen
  • Baltimore keeps the pick and takes Denzel Mims
  • Baltimore keeps the pick and takes Yetur Gross-Matos
  • Baltimore keeps the pick and takes Kenneth Murray

1.29 Tennessee Titans: Ross Blacklock (IDL – TCU)
The Titans are the most complete team throughout their depth chart in the NFL. They have the luxury of taking the best player available and in this case, it happens to be a spot they could actually use some depth. Blacklock is a boring pick to many, but a tremendous player. Don’t be shocked if run-blocking mauler, Isaiah Wilson hear’s his name called to Tennessee.

Other options: 

  • Austin Jackson
  • Isaiah Wilson
  • A.J. Epenesa
  • Yetur-Gross Matos

1.30 Green Bay Packers: Trevon Diggs (CB – Alabama)
Queue the hate-tweets. I don’t buy the fact that Green Bay is going to take a first round wideout after showing virtually no interest in the position during private or virtual visits and after signing Devin Funchess this off-season. It’s possible, of course, because it is their top need, but I see them grabbing another defensive puzzle piece, unfortunately.

Other options: 

  • Denzel Mims
  • Jalen Reagor
  • Ross Blacklock
  • Brandon Aiyuk

1.31 San Francisco 49ers: Denzel Mims (WR – Baylor)
After trading back from 1.13 and missing out on Jeudy, Lamb and Ruggs, San Fran grabs an athletic receiver to line up opposite of Deebo Samuel. If Mims isn’t the pick, they could go cornerback or even offensive tackle, as they’ve been investing time in players at that position.

Other options: 

  • San Fran trades back into the 2nd round
  • San Fran keeps the pick Jeff Gladney
  • San Fran keeps the pick and takes Tee Higgins
  • San Fran keeps the pick and takes Austin Jackson

*TRADE ALERT*
Kansas City trades 1.32 and 3.96 to Miami for 2.39 and 3.70

1.32 Miami Dolphins (via KC): D’Andre Swift (RB – Georgia)
Yes, the Dolphins end up with four first round picks in this mock, which is entirely possible seeing as though they have two #2s, three #5s and three #7s along with single picks in the 4th and 6th as well. Getting that extra year added onto the contract of a round one RB is worth moving up a few spots in this case.

Other options: 

  • Kansas City keeps the pick and takes Jeff Gladney
  • Kansas City keeps the pick and takes Cesar Ruiz
  • Kansas City keeps the pick and takes Trevon Diggs
  • Kansas City keeps the pick and takes D’Andre Swift

Second Round

2.33 CIN: Patrick Queen (LB – LSU)
2.34 IND: Cesar Ruiz (IOL – Michigan)
2.35 DET: Grant Delpit (S – LSU)
2.36 NYG: Logan Wilson (LB – Wyoming)
2.37 LAC: Jalen Hurts (QB – Oklahoma)
2.38 CAR: Antoine Winfield Jr. (S – Minnesota)
2.39 KC (via MIA): Robert Hunt (IOL – La-Lafayette)
2.40 HOU: Yetur Gross-Matos (Edge – Penn St)
2.41 CLE: Ezra Cleveland (OT – Boise St)
2.42 JAX: Kyle Dugger (S – Lenoir-Rhyne)
2.43 CHI: Brandon Aiyuk (WR – Arizona St)
*TRADE ALERT* IND trades 2.44 to NE for Joe Thuney and 6.204
2.44 NE (via IND): Michael Pittman Jr. (WR – USC)
2.45 TB: Nick Harris (IOL – Washington)
2.46 SEA (via DEN): Raekwon Davis (IDL – Alabama)
2.47 ARI (via ATL): Isaiah Wilson (OT – Georgia)
2.48 NYJ: Tee Higgins (WR – Clemson)
2.49 PIT: Jonathan Taylor (RB – Wisconsin)
*TRADE ALERT* CHI trades 2.50 and 6.20 to LV for 3.80 and 3.81
2.50 LV (via CHI): Laviska Shenault Jr. (WR – Colorado)
2.51 DAL: A.J. Terrell (CB – Clemson)
2.52 LAR: Zack Baun (Edge – Wisconsin)
2.53 PHI: Willie Gay Jr. (LB – Mississippi St)
2.54 BUF: Jaylon Johnson (CB – Utah St)
2.55 BAL: Justin Madubuike (IDL – Texas A&M)
2.56 MIA: joshua uche (Edge – Michigan)
2.57 LAR: Noah Igbinoghene (CB – Auburn)
2.58 SF (via MIN): Lloyd Cushenberry III (IOL – LSU)
2.59 SEA: Logan Stenberg (IOL – Kentucky)
2.60 DAL (via BAL): Cole Kmet (TE – Notre Dame)
2.61 TEN: Damon Arnette (CB – Ohio St)
2.62 GB: Donovan Peoples-Jones (WR – Michigan)
2.63 KC: J.K. Dobbins (RB – Ohio St)
2.64 SEA: Julian Okwara (Edge – Notre Dame)

Third Round

*TRADE ALERT* CIN trades 3.65 to TB for O.J. Howard
3.65 TB (via CIN): K.J. Hamler (WR – Penn St)
3.66 JAX (via WAS): Clyde Edwards-Helaire (RB – LSU)
3.67 DET: Bryan Edwards (WR – South Carolina)
3.68 CAR (via NYJ): Thaddeus Moss (TE – LSU)
3.69 CAR: Amik Robertson (CB – Louisiana Tech)
3.70 KC (via MIA): Bryce Hall (CB – Virginia)
3.71 LAC: Lucas Niang (OT – TCU)
3.72 ARI: Evan Weaver (LB – California)
3.73 JAX: Tyler Johnson (WR – Minnesota)
*TRADE ALERT* CLE trades 3.74 and 2021 #5 to WAS for Trent Williams
3.74 WAS (via CLE): Adam Trautman (TE – Dayton)
3.75 IND: Jacob Eason (QB – Washington)
3.76 TB: Jeremy Chinn (S – So Illinois)
3.77 SEA (via DEN): Trey Adams (OT – Washington)
3.78 ATL: Neville Gallimore (IDL – Oklahoma)
3.79 NYJ: Brycen Hopkins (TE – Purdue)
3.80 CHI (via LV): Ashtyn Davis (S – California)
3.81 CHI (via LV): Matt Hennessy (IOL – Temple)
3.82 DAL: Chase Claypool (WR – Notre Dame)
3.83 DEN: Jordyn Brooks (LB – Texas Tech)
3.84 LAR: Darrynton Evans (RB – Appalachian St)
3.85 DET: Terrell Lewis (Edge – Alabama)
3.86 BUF: Cam Akers (RB – Florida St)
3.87 NE: Jake Fromm (QB – Georgia)
3.88 NO: Troy Dye (LB – Oregon)
3.89 MIN: Jonathan Greenard (Edge – Florida)
3.90 HOU: Jordan Elliott (IDL – Missouri)
3.91 LV: Marlon Davidson (IDL – Auburn)
3.92 BAL: Darrell Taylor (Edge – Tennessee)
3.93 TEN: Curtis Weaver (Edge – Boise St)
3.94 GB: Hunter Bryant (TE – Washington)
3.95 DEN: Jonah Jackson (IOL – Ohio St)
3.96 MIA (via KC): Tyler Biadasz (IOL – Wisconsin)
3.97 CLE: Davon Hamilton (IDL – LSU)
3.98 NE: Harrison Bryant (TE – Florida Atlantic)
3.99 NYG: Lynn Bowden (WR – Kentucky)
3.100 NE: James Morgan (QB – Florida International)
3.101 SEA: Troy Pride Jr. (CB – Notre Dame)
3.102 PIT: Rashard Lawrence (IDL – LSU)
3.103 PHI: Antonio Gibson (RB – Memphis)
3.104 LAR: Malik Harrison (LB – Ohio St)
3.105 MIN: Antoine Brooks Jr. (S – Maryland)
3.106 BAL: Solomon Kindley (IOL – Georgia)

Fourth Round

4.107 CIN: Derrek Tuszka (Edge – N Dakota St)
4.108 WAS: Zach Moss (RB – Utah)
4.109 DET: Leki Fotu (IDL – Utah)
4.110 NYG: Eno Benjamin (RB – Arizona St)
4.111 HOU: Shane Lemieux (IOL – Oregon)
4.112 LAC: Akeem Davis-Gaither (LB – Appalachian State)
4.113 CAR: Michael Divinity Jr. (LB – LSU)
4.114 ARI: Kenny Willekes (Edge – Michigan St)
4.115 CLE: Alohi Gilman (S – Notre Dame)
4.116 JAX: Larrell Murchison (IDL – NC St)
4.117 TB: Alex Highsmith (Edge – Charlotte)
4.118 DEN: Darnay Holmes (CB – UCLA)
4.119 ATL: Anthony McFarland Jr. (RB – Maryland)
4.120 NYJ: Bradlee Anae (Edge – Utah)
4.121 LV: Terrell Burgess (S – Utah)
4.122 IND: Binjimen Victor (WR – Ohio St)
4.123 DAL: K’Von Wallace (S – Clemson)
4.124 PIT: matthew peart (OT – UConn)
4.125 NE: Prince Tega Wanogho (OT – Auburn)
4.126 LAR: Gabriel Davis (WR – UCF)
4.127 PHI: Harrison Hand (CB – Temple)
4.128 BUF: Nick Coe (Edge – Auburn)
4.129 BAL: Joe Bachie Jr. (LB – Michigan St)
4.130 NO: Shyheim Carter (S – Alabama)
4.131 ATL (via ARI): Jabari Zuniga (Edge – Florida)
4.132 SF (via MIN): Devin Asiasi (TE – Washington)
4.133 SEA: Davion Taylor (LB – Colorado)
4.134 ATL: Van Jefferson (WR – Florida)
4.135 PIT: Anthony Gordon (QB – Washington St)
4.136 GB: Jason Strowbridge (IDL – North Carolina)
4.137 JAX: Oluwole Betiku Jr. (Edge – Illinois)
4.138 KC: Albert Okwuegbunam (TE – Missouri)
4.139 NE: Damien Lewis (IOL – LSU)
4.140 JAX: Netane Muti (IOL – Fresno St)
4.141 MIA: Ben Bartch (OT – St. John)
4.142 WAS: Antonio Gandy-Golden (WR – Liberty)
4.143 BAL: Saahdiq Charles (OT – LSU)
4.144 SEA: Geno Stone (S – Iowa)
4.145 PHI: Khalid Kareem (Edge – Notre Dame)
4.146 PHI: Kenny Robinson (S – West Virginia)

Fifth Round

5.147 CIN: Jack Driscoll (OT – Auburn)
5.148 CAR: Collin Johnson (WR – Texas)
5.149 DET: Reggie Robinson II (CB – Tulsa)
5.150 NYG: Alton Robinson (Edge – Syracuse)
5.151 LAC: James Proche (WR – SMU)
5.152 CAR: Ben Bredeson (IOL – Michigan)
5.153 MIA: Yasir Durant (IOL – Missouri)
5.154 MIA: David Woodward (LB – Utah St)
5.155 MIN: Khalil Davis (IDL – Nebraska)
5.156 SF: Levonta Taylor (CB – Florida St)
5.157 JAX: Tyler Clark (IDL – Georgia)
5.158 NYJ: Trajan Bandy (CB – Miami)
5.159 LV: Quintez Cephus (WR – Wisconsin)
5.160 IND: Jonathan Garvin (Edge – Miami)
5.161 TB: DeeJay Dallas (RB – Miami)
5.162 WAS: Chauncey Rivers (Edge – Mississippi St)
5.163 CHI: A.J. Green (CB – Oklahoma St)
5.164 BAL (via DAL): Jared Pinkney (TE – Vanderbilt)
5.165 JAX: Michael Ojemudia (CB – Iowa)
5.166 DET: Steven Montez (QB – Colorado)
5.167 BUF: Hakeem Adeniji (OT – Kansas)
5.168 PHI: Keith Ismael (IOL – San Diego St)
5.169 NO: John Simpson (IOL – Clemson)
5.170 BAL: Jauan Jennings (WR – Tennessee)
5.171 HOU: Lamical Perine (RB – Florida)
5.172 NE: Josiah Scott (CB – Michigan St)
5.173 MIA: Lamar Jackson (CB – Nebraska)
5.174 TEN: Colby Parkinson (TE – Stanford)
5.175 GB: Ke’Shawn Vaughn (RB – Vanderbilt)
5.176 SF: Terence Steele (OT – Texas Tech)
5.177 KC: Jeff Thomas (WR – Miami)
5.178 SEA (via DEN): A.J. Dillon (RB – Boston College)
5.179 DAL: James Lynch (IDL – Baylor)

Sixth Round

6.180 CIN: K.J. Hill (WR – Ohio St)
6.181 DEN: Anfernee Jennings (Edge – Alabama)
6.182 DET: Jacob Phillips (LB – LSU)
6.183 NYG: Gage Cervenka (IOL – Clemson)
6.184 CAR: Joshua Kelley (RB – UCLA)
6.185 MIA: Kenny Robinson (S – West Virginia)
6.186 LAC: Sewo Olonilua (RB – TCU)
6.187 CLE: Michael Onwenu (IOL – Michigan)
6.188 BUF: John Hightower (WR – Boise St)
6.189 JAX: Justin Strnad (LB – Wake Forest)
6.190 PHI: Broderick Washington Jr. (IDL – Texas Tech)
6.191 NYJ: Shea Patterson (QB – Michigan)
6.192 GB: Josiah Deguara (TE – Cincinnati)
6.193 IND: Colton McKivitz (OT – West Virginia)
6.194 TB: Javelin Guidry (CB – Utah)
6.195 NE: Kamal Martin (LB – Minnesota)
6.196 CHI: Trevis Gipson (Edge – Tulsa)
6.197 IND: Glen Logan (IDL – LSU)
6.198 PIT: Darnell Mooney (WR – Tulane)
6.199 LAR: Jake Luton (QB – Oregon St)
6.200 LV (via CHI): Madre Harper (CB – So Illinois)
6.201 MIN: Kyle Murphy (IOL – Rhode Island)
6.202 ARI: Salvon Ahmed (RB – Washington)
6.203 NO: Kalija Lipscomb (WR – Vanderbilt)
6.204 IND (via NE): Stephen Guidry (WR – Mississippi St)
6.205 MIN: Javaris Davis (CB – Auburn)
6.206 JAX: McTelvin Agim (IDL – Arkansas)
6.207 BUF: Darryl Williams (IOL – Mississippi St)
6.208 GB: Quez Watkins (WR – Southern Miss)
6.209 GB: Markus Bailey (LB – Purdue)
6.210 SF: Shaquille Quarterman (LB – Miami)
6.211 NYJ: J.J. Taylor (RB – Arizona)
6.212 NE: J.R. Reed (S – Georgia)
6.213 NE: Benito Jones (IDL – Ole Miss)
6.214 SEA: Devin Duvernay (WR – Texas)

Seventh Round

7.215 CIN: Jake Hanson (IOL – Oregon)
7.216 WAS: Jared Hilbers (IOL – Washington)
7.217 SF: Mykal Walker (LB – Fresno St)
7.218 NYG: Tanner Muse (S – Clemson)
7.219 MIN: Isaiah Coulter (WR – Rhode Island)
7.220 LAC: Tyre Phillips (IOL – Mississippi St)
7.221 CAR: Darrion Daniels (IDL – Nebraska)
7.222 ARI: Stephen Sullivan (TE – LSU)
7.223 JAX: Justin Herron (OT – Wake Forest)
7.224 TEN: Reggie Corbin (RB – Illinois)
7.225 BAL: Brandon Jones (S – Texas A&M)
7.226 CHI: Darius Anderson (RB – TCU)
7.227 MIA: Carter Coughlin (Edge – Minnesota)
7.228 ATL: Jacob Breeland (TE – Oregon)
7.229 WAS: Calvin Throckmorton (OT – Oregon)
7.230 NE: Quartney Davis (WR – Texas A&M)
7.231 DAL: Steven Gonzalez (IOL – Penn St)
7.232 PIT: Cameron Clark (IOL – Charlotte)
7.233 CHI: Charlie Heck (OT – North Carolina)
7.234 LAR: Cohl Cabral (IOL – Arizona St)
7.235 DET: Alex Taylor (OT – S Carolina St)
7.236 GB: Julian Blackmon (S – Utah)
7.237 TEN: Isaiah Hodgins (WR – Oregon St)
7.238 NYG: D.J. Wonnum (Edge – South Carolina)
7.239 BUF: Bravvion Roy (IDL – Baylor)
7.240 HOU: Dalton Keene (TE – Virginia Tech)
7.241 TB: Raequan Williams (IDL – Michigan St)
7.242 GB: Zach Shackelford (IOL – Texas)
7.243 TEN: Khalil Tate (QB – Arizona)
7.244 CLE: Omar Bayless (WR – Arkansas St)
7.245 SF: Kindle Vildor (CB – Georgia So)
7.246 MIA: Francis Bernard (LB – Utah)
7.247 NYG: Nevelle Clarke (CB – UCF)
7.248 HOU: Kevin Dotson (IOL – Louisiana)
7.249 MIN: Scott Frantz (OT – Kansas St)
7.250 HOU: Lavert Hill (CB – Michigan)
7.251 MIA: Essang Bassey (CB – Wake Forest)
7.252 DEN: Cole McDonald (QB – Hawaii)
7.253 MIN: Dante Olson (LB – Montana)
7.254 DEN: Tyrie Cleveland (WR – Florida)
7.255 NYG: Cheyenne O’Grady (TE – Arkansas)

All Trades Listed

  • Jacksonville trades Yannick Ngakoue, 1.09 and 1.20 to Washington for 1.02 and 3.66
  • Carolina trades 1.07 to NY Jets for 1.11 and 3.68
  • Arizona trades 1.08 and 4.131 to Atlanta for 1.16 and 2.47
  • San Francisco trades 1.13 to Minnesota for 1.22, 2.58 and 4.132
  • Dallas trades 1.17 and 5.64 to Baltimore for 1.28 and 2.60
  • Denver trades 2.46, 3.77 and 5.178 to Seattle for 1.27
  • Kansas City trades 1.32 and 3.96 to Miami for 2.39 and 3.70
  • Indianapolis trades 2.44 to New England for Joe Thuney and 6.204
  • Cleveland trades 3.74 and 2021 #5 to Washington for Trent Williams
  • Cincinnati trades 3.65 to Tampa Bay for O.J. Howard
  • Chicago trades 2.50 and 6.20 to Las Vegas for 3.80 and 3.81

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