Full 7 Round NFL Mock Draft 2020 with Hudson ridley ’22

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Hudson Ridley ‘22

NFL 2020 Mock Draft

The date for the NFL draft is set, but unlike most events these days, it seems to be set in stone. Commissioner Roger Goodell announced that the first round of the NFL draft will still take place on Thursday April 23rd. There’s no better way to celebrate the only event in sports than by making a mock draft. The first round selection will come with an explanation of the pick. Rounds 2-7 will only have the team, player, position, and school.

 

Round 1

  1. Cincinnati: Joe Burrow – Quarterback – LSU

Joe Burrow is the favored first overall pick in many mock drafts. The Bengals need a quarterback. Burrow is a Heisman winning quarterback. It couldn’t be any simpler.

  1. Washington: Chase Young – Defensive end – Ohio State

Chase Young is arguably the best player in this 2020 draft. If the Bengals didn’t need a quarterback so bad Young would undoubtedly go number one. The Redskins have a lot of holes to fix and pass rush in one of them making this the perfect fit.

  1. Detroit: Jeffrey Okudah – Cornerback – Ohio State

Jeffrey Okudah is one of many talented Ohio State products in this year’s draft. The Lions lost Darius Slay to free agency and picking up Desmond Trufant won’t entirely fill the hole.

  1. NY Giants: Tristan Wirfs – Offensive tackle – Iowa

Tristan Wirfs had one of the best combine performances for a lineman in years. Wirfs ran a 4.85 second 40-yard dash at 6ft 5in 320lbs and tacked on a 36.5in vertical and a 121in broad jump. Pairing Wirfs with Saquon Barkley would cause an avalanche on outside run plays.

  1. Miami: Tua Tagovailoa: – Quarterback – Alabama

Tua Tagovailoa is one of the most intriguing prospects in a long time. He’s a complete quarterback which is hard to find at his age. The only problem is his lower body health. However, Tagovailoa and his trainers have confirmed that he’s back up to 100% healthy and fully functional.

  1. LA Chargers: Justin Herbert – Quarterback – Oregon

Justin Herbert would arguably have the best chance to succeed right away out of this year’s quarterback prospects. Dropping him on a nearly complete roster will help him grow quickly. Herbert would be the Chargers best quarterback option if they do not sign Cam Newton.

  1. Carolina: Derrick Brown – Defensive tackle – Auburn

Derrick Brown is a very under the radar player at defensive tackle but the Panthers desperately need him. After both Gerald McCoy and Dontari Poe left in free agency, the Panthers defensive line is nearly empty. Brown would be the perfect pass rushing and run stopping fill in.

  1. Arizona: Jedrick Wills – Offensive Tackle – Alabama

Jedrick Wills would help out a desperate Cardinals offensive line. After acquiring DeAndre Hopkins the Cardinals are set to jumpstart their passing game. Wills is nothing special but very solid and that’s exactly what you want from a tackle.

  1. Jacksonville: Isaiah Simmons – Linebacker/ Safety – Clemson

Isaiah Simmons is the most versatile player in this year’s draft. Simmons is extremely athletic with blazing fast speed who can not only pass rush but is also good in coverage. After losing most of their talent on defense a rebuild is definitely in order and this is a great way to start.  

  1. Cleveland: Mekhi Becton – Offensive tackle – Louisville

Mekhi Becton bulldozing defenders to clear the way for Pro-bowler Nick Chubb is exactly what Browns fans envision in their dreams. After the arrest of Greg Robbison that tackle position is wide open. Becton is also the biggest player this year with a combine invite. 

  1. NY Jets: Jerry Jeudy – Wide Receiver – Alabama 

Jerry Jeudy is the first wide receiver to go off the board in this mock draft. Jeudy is said to be the next Julio Jones and paired up with Sam Darnold and Le’Veon Bell it might be the quarterback, running back, wide receiver trio that the Jets have been waiting for.

  1. Las Vegas: CeeDee Lamb – Wide Receiver – Oklahoma

CeeDee Lamb and Nelson Aghalor combined would be quite a step up for whoever is throwing the ball in Vegas. However, that quarterback may not be Carr or Mariota. Check pick number 19 for a prediction.

  1. San Francisco (Via IND): Henry Ruggs – Wide Receiver – Alabama

Henry Ruggs would be the final piece the 49ers need to take home the Lombardi trophy. The pair of Ruggs and Debo Samuel might make Jimmy G a little more comfortable in the pocket.

  1. Tampa Bay: Andrew Thomas – Offensive Tackle – Alabama

Andrew Thomas has been regarded by draft experts to be a high level player for a long time. This is the perfect opportunity to protect 42 year old Tom Brady.

  1. Denver: Justin Jefferson – Wide receiver – LSU

Justin Jefferson racked up stats in his last year of college at LSU.He caught more touchdowns in the Mercedes Benz superdome last season than Julio Jones. Jefferson is a truly underrated and special talent who would bring a lot to the Mile High. 

  1. Atlanta: CJ Henderson – Cornerback – Florida

CJ Henderson has enough speed to keep up with any wide receiver so adding him to a desolate secondary can’t hurt the Falcons. A lot of talent on offense can get you a long way but defense wins championships. 

  1. Dallas: Yetur Gross-Matos – Defensive end – Penn State

Yetur Gross-Matos has all the intangibles that you want in a solid pass rusher. He has size, speed, and explosiveness. Pairing that with a good hardworking demeanor is what will make Gross-Matos successful.

  1. Miami (Via PIT): Javon Kinlaw – Defensive tackle – South Carolina

Javon Kinlaw has been predicted to go higher than the 18th pick in many mock drafts but it seems like teams may want to prioritize positions in this year’s draft because of its depth. The Dolphins will most likely take the best available player which takes Kinlaw off the board.

  1. Las Vegas (Via CHI): Jordan Love – Quarterback – Utah State

Jordan Love came out of nowhere when the season ended catching scouts eyes with his physical intangibles. Love is virtually a carbon copy of Jameis Winston which would really sting for new Raider addition Marcus Marriota.

  1. Jacksonville (Via LAR): A.J. Terrell – Cornerback – Clemson

A.J. Terrell is one of the most athletic corners in the draft who will most likely turn out to be a great plug and play player. He can pick up right where A.J Bouye left off.

  1. Philadelphia: Kenneth Murray – Linebacker – Oklahoma

Kenneth Murray turned a lot of heads at the beginning of the season until his momentum slowly died off. Murray is a pass rusher who is solid in coverage making him a good choice to replace Kamu Grugier-Hill. 

  1. Minnesota (Via BUF): Tee Higgins – Wide Receiver – Clemson

Tee Higgins was one of the most explosive and exciting players in college football last year getting to shine on a stacked Clemson team. After losing Stefon Diggs and Laquon Treadwell a wide receiver is exactly what the purple people eaters need.

  1. New England: K’Lavon Chaisson – Defensive end – LSU

K’Lavon Chaisson was another player that slipped in this mock draft. Make no mistake though Chaisson is very talented, and with some coaching from defensive mastermind Bill Belicheck he could become a Pro-bowler in years to come.

  1. New Orleans: Patrick Queen Linebacker – LSU

Patrick Queen is another possible LSU first rounder. The Saints are pretty strong at every position and could use the best overall player at this point which would be Queen.

  1. Minnesota: A.J. Epenesa – Defensive end – Iowa

A.J. Epenesa started the year at the five to eight spot in most mock drafts but fell all the way down to 25 in this one. Epenesa would replace Everson Griffen on that defensive line.

  1. Miami (Via Hou): D’Andre Swift – Running back – Georgia

D’Andre Swift is the first running back to go off the board in this year’s draft. First round running backs are always risky but Jordan Howard is not a starting quality back so the Dolphins will have to look elsewhere. Swift is arguably the best running back in this draft.

  1. Seattle: Austin Jackson – Offensive Tackle – USC

Austin Jackson to Seattle would be like putting an ok sized band-aid on a crack in a dam. Jackson is talented and a good fit for sure but Seattle lost a boatload of offensive lineman this offseason so they need to expand the size of that band-aid quick.

  1. Baltimore: Zack Baun – Linebacker – Wisconsin

Zack Baun is this year’s star linebacker out of Wisconsin. It seems like every year a good badger linebacker declares for the draft. The Raven’s main issue last year was defense and a high powered offense alone can only do so much. 

  1. Tennessee: Laviska Shenault – Wide receiver – Colorado

Laviska Shenault, if picked by the Titans, would be the second wide receiver the Titans have used a first round pick on in as many years. Derrick Henry can only do so much when it comes to carrying a team.

  1. Green Bay: Ross Blacklock – Defensive tackle – TCU

Ross Blacklock is a good addition to help sure up the swiss cheese (no pun intended) run defense of the cheeseheads. The Packers could have looked for a future quarterback with this pick but there will be more chances later on.

  1. San Francisco: Xavier McKinney – Safety – Alabama

Xavier McKinney is the best safety in a draft with little to no depth at the position. This is one of two puzzle pieces the 49ers need in order to keep the wheels turning.

  1. Kansas City: Jonathan Taylor – Running back – Wisconsin

Jonathan Taylor had quite the career at Wisconsin but it’s on to bigger and better things for the former Badger. Even though Dameian Williams was amazing in the superbowl he was quiet the rest of the season. A Mahomes, Hill, Taylor, Kelce team would be unstoppable.

Round 2

  1. Cincinnati: Jalen Reagor – Wide Receiver – TCU
  2. Indianapolis (Via Was): Brandon Aiyuk – Wide Receiver – Arizona St.
  3. Detroit: Neville Gallimore – Defensive Tackle – Oklahoma
  4. NY Giants: Jon Greenard – Defensive end – Florida
  5. LA Chargers: KJ Hamler – Wide receiver – Penn State
  6. Carolina: Dammon Arnette – Cornerback – Ohio state
  7. Miami: Isaiah Wilson – Offensive Tackle – Georgia
  8. Houston (Via Arizona): Denzel Mims – Wide receiver – Baylor
  9. Cleveland: Troy Dye – Linebacker – Oregon
  10. Jacksonville: Terrell Lewis – Defensive end – Alabama
  11. Chicago: Bryce Hopkins – Tight end – Purdue
  12. Indianapolis: Marlon Davidson – Defensive end – Auburn
  13. Tampa Bay:  Zack Moss – Running back – Utah
  14. Denver: Josh Jones – Offensive tackle – Houston
  15. Atlanta: Curtis Weaver – Defensive end – Boise State
  16. NY Jets: Trevon Diggs – Cornerback – Alabama
  17. Pittsburgh: Jalen Hurts – Quarterback – Oklahoma
  18. Chicago: Lucas Niang – Offensive tackle – TCU
  19. Dallas: Cameron Dantzler – Cornerback – Mississippi State
  20. LA Rams: Grant Delpit – Safety – LSU
  21. Philadelphia: Chase Claypool – Wide receiver – Notre Dame
  22. Buffalo: Robert Hunt – Offensive guard – Louisiana 
  23. Baltimore (Via ATL): Jordan Elliot – Defensive tackle – Missouri
  24. Miami (Via NO): Nick Harris – Center – Washington 
  25. Houston: Rashard Lawrence – Defensive Tackle – LSU
  26. Minnesota: Antoine Winfield Jr. – Safety – Minnesota
  27. Seattle: Kristian Fulton – Cornerback – LSU
  28. Baltimore: Kyle Duggar – Safety – Lenoir-Rhyne
  29. Tennessee: James Lynch – Defensive Tackle – Baylor 
  30. Green Bay: Netane Muti – Offensive Guard – Fresno State
  31. Kansas City (Via SF): Bradley Anae – Defensive end – Utah
  32. Seattle (Via KC): J.K Dobbins – Running back – Ohio State

 

Round 3

  1. Cincinnati: Prince Tega Wanogho – Offensive tackle – Auburn
  2. Washington: Gabriel Davis – Wide Receiver – UCF
  3. Detroit: Jason Strowbridge – Defensive end – North Carolina
  4. NY Jets (Via NYG): Kenny Willekes – Defensive end – Michigan St.
  5. Carolina: Josh Simpson – Offensive guard – Clemson
  6. Miami: Jordyn Brooks – Linebacker – Texas Tech
  7. LA Chargers: Adam Trautman – Tight end – Dayton
  8. Arizona: Clyde Edwards-Helaire – Running back – LSU
  9. Jacksonville: Jake Fromm – Quarterback – Georgia
  10. Cleveland: David Woodward – Linebacker- Utah State
  11. Indianapolis: Ezra Cleveland – Offensive tackle – Boise State
  12. Tampa Bay: Khalid Kareem – Defensive end – Notre Dame
  13. Denver: Noah Igbinoghene – Cornerback – Auburn
  14. Atlanta: Cole Kmet – Tight end – Notre Dame 
  15. NY Jets: Shaadiq Charles – Offensive Tackle – LSU
  16. Las Vegas: Damien Lewis – Offensive Guard – LSU
  17. Las Vegas (Via CHI): Jeremy Chinn – Cornerback – Southern Illinois
  18. Dallas: Ashtyn Davis – Safety – California 
  19. Denver (Via PIT): Darrell Taylor – Defensive end – Tennessee
  20. LA Rams: Shane Lemieux – Offensive guard – Oregon
  21. Detroit (Via PHI): Anfernee Jennings – Linebacker – Alabama
  22. Buffalo: Jabari Zuniga – Defensive end – Florida 
  23. New England: James Morgan – Quarterback – FIU
  24. New Orleans: Jacob Eason – Quarterback – Washington
  25. Minnesota: Jaylon Johnson – Cornerback – Utah
  26. Houston: Thaddeus Moss – Tight end – LSU
  27. Las Vegas (VIA SEA): Justin Madubuike – Defensive tackle – Texas A&M
  28. Baltimore: Tyler Johnson – Wide Receiver – Minnesota 
  29. Tennessee: Matt Peart – Offensive tackle – UCONN 
  30. Green Bay: Antonio Gandy-Golden – Wide receiver – Liberty 
  31. Denver (via SF): Akeem Davis-Gaither – Cornerback Appalachian St
  32. Kansas City: Jeff Gladney – Cornerback – TCU
  33. Cleveland (Via HOU): Jacob Eason – Quarterback – Washington
  34. New England: Tyshun Render – Defensive end – Middle Tennessee State
  35. NY Giants: Jacob Philips – Linebacker – LSU
  36. New England: Malik Harrison – Linebacker – Ohio State
  37. Seattle: Hakeem Adeniji – Offensive tackle – Kansas
  38. Pittsburgh: Cam Akers – Running back – Florida State
  39. Philadelphia: Michael Pittman – Wide receiver – USC 
  40. LA Rams: Jake Breeland – Tight end – Oregon
  41. Minnesota: Calvin Throckmorton – Offensive Tackle – Oregon
  42. Baltimore: Ben Bredeson – Offensive Guard – Michigan

Round 4

  1. Cincinnati: Larrell Murchison – Defensive – NC State
  2. Washington: – Trey Adams – Offensive Tackle – Washington
  3. Detroit: Logan Stenberg – Offensive guard Kentucky 
  4. NY Giants: Yasir Durant – Offensive tackle – Missouri
  5. Houston (Via MIA): Eno Benjamin – Running back Arizona State
  6. LA Chargers: Devin Duvernay – Wide Receiver – Texas
  7. Carolina: Harrison Bryant – Tight end – FAU
  8. Arizona: Benito Jones – Defensive tackle – Mississippi State
  9. Cleveland: J.K. Guidry – Cornerback – Utah
  10. Jacksonville: Davon Hamilton – Defensive Tackle – Ohio state
  11. Tampa Bay: Brandon Jones – Safety – Texas
  12. Denver: Donavan Peoples-Jones – Wide Receiver – Michigan 
  13. Atlanta: Nate Stanley – Quarterback – Iowa 
  14. NY Jets: Oluwole Betiku Jr – Defensive end – Illinois 
  15. Las Vegas: A.J. Green – Cornerback – Oklahoma 
  16. Indianapolis: Lynn Bowden – Wide Receiver – Kentucky 
  17. Dallas: Matt Heneseey – Center – Temple
  18. Pittsburgh: Leki Fotu – Defensive Tackle – Utah
  19. New England (Via CHI): Omar Bayless – Wide Receiver – Arkansas St
  20. LA Rams: Tony Pride – Cornerback – Norte Dame
  21. Philadelphia: J.R. Reed – Safety – Georgia 
  22. Buffalo: Colin Johnson – Cornerback – Texas
  23. Baltimore (Via NE): Stanford Samuels – Cornerback – Florida state
  24. New Orleans: Shaquille Quarterman – Linebacker – Miami
  25. Arizona (Via Hou): Shyhiem Carter – Cornerback – Alabama
  26. Minnesota: Evan Weaver – Linebacker – California
  27. Seattle: Alton Robinson – Defensive end – Syracuse 
  28. Baltimore: Josh Uche – Linebacker – Michigan 
  29. Pittsburgh (Via TEN): Jonah Jackson – Offensive guard – Ohio state
  30. Green Bay: Colby Parkison – Tight end – Syracuse 
  31. Jacksonville (Via SF): Michael Pickney – Linebacker – Miami
  32. Kansas City: McTelvin Agim – Defensive tackle – Arkansas
  33. Tampa Bay: Jace Whittaker
  34. Jacksonville (Via CHI): Alex Highsmith – Defensive end – Charlotte 
  35. Miami: Lamar Jackson – Cornerback – Nebraska 
  36. Washington: A.J Dillon – Running Back – Boston College 
  37. Atlanta (Via BAL): Solomon Kindley – Offensive guard -Georgia 
  38. Seattle: Rashard Robinson – Cornerback – James Madison
  39. Philadelphia: K.J Hill – Wide Receiver – Ohio state
  40. Philadelphia: Kenny Willekes – Defensive end – Michigan State

Round 5

  1. Cincinnati: Cam Brown – Linebacker – Penn state
  2. Carolina (Via WAS): James Porshe – Wide Receiver – SMU 
  3. Detroit: Logan Wilson – Linebacker – Wyoming 
  4. NY Giants: Jack Driscoll – Offensive tackle – Auburn
  5. LA Chargers: Davion Taylor – Linebacker- Colorado 
  6. Carolina: Khaleke Hudson – Linebacker- Michigan 
  7. Miami: K’Von Wallace – Safety – Clemson
  8. Miami (Via JAC): Willie Gay Jr – Linebacker – Mississippi state
  9. Minnesota (Via CLE): Casey Toohill – Linebacker – Stanford
  10. San Francisco (Via DEN): Jake Hanson – Center – Oregon
  11. Jacksonville (Via ATL): John Runyan – Offensive guard – Michigan 
  12. NY Jets: Markus Bailey – Linebacker- Purdue
  13. Las Vegas: Mykal Walker – Linebacker – Fresno State
  14. Indianapolis: Levert Hill – Cornerback – Michigan 
  15. Tampa Bay: Arron Fuller – Wide Receiver – Washington 
  16. Washington (Via PIT): Justin Strnad – Linebacker – Wake Forest
  17. Chicago: Antonio Gibson – Wide Receiver – Memphis
  18. Dallas: Lamical Perine – Running back – Florida
  19. Jacksonville (Via LAR): Terence Steele – Offensive Tackle – Texas Tech 
  20. Detroit (Via PHI): Quartney Davis – Wide Receiver – Texas A&M
  21. Buffalo: Amik Robertson – Cornerback – Louisiana Tech
  22. Philadelphia: Dalton Knee – Tight end – Virginia 
  23. New Orleans: Anthony Gordon – Quarterback – Washington state
  24. Baltimore (Via MIN): John Molchon – Offensive guard – Boise St
  25. Houston: Antoine Brooks Jr – Safety – Maryland
  26. New England (Via SEA): Luq Barcoo – Cornerback SanDiego State 
  27. Miami (Via BAL): Bryan Edwards – Wide Receiver – South Carolina 
  28. Tennessee: Chapelle Russell – Linebacker – Temple
  29. Green Bay: Keith Ismael – Offensive guard – San Diego State
  30. San Francisco: Ben Bartch – Offensive guard – St John’s 
  31. Kansas City: Darrynton Evans – Running back – Appalachian st 
  32. Denver: Justin Herron – Offensive guards – Wake Forest
  33. Dallas: Raequan Williams – Defensive Tackle – Michigan State

Round 6

  1. Cincinnati: Cheyenne O’Grady – Tight end – Arkansas 
  2. Denver (Via WAS): Cole McDonald – Quarterback – Hawaii 
  3. Detroit: Joe Reed – Wide Receiver – Virginia 
  4. NY Giants: Michael Onwenu – Offensive guard – Michigan 
  5. Carolina: Stephen Sullivan – Tight end – LSU
  6. Miami: Ezra Robinson – Cornerback – Eastern Tennessee 
  7. LA Chargers: Simon Stepaniak – Center – Indiana 
  8. Cleveland (Via ARI): Joe Bachie – Linebacker – Michigan state
  9. Buffalo (Via CLE): Jack Shaklefold – Center – Texas
  10. Jacksonville: Kelvin Smith – Fullback – North Texas
  11. Philadelphia (Via ATL): Robert Windsor – Defensive tackle – Penn st
  12. NY Jets: Delonte Scott – Defensive end – SMU
  13. Green Bay (Via LV): Colton Mckivitz – Offensive tackle – WVU
  14. Indianapolis: Joe Gaziano – Defensive end – Northwestern
  15. Tampa Bay: Geno Stone – Safety – Iowa
  16. New England (Via DEN): Bryce Strek – Defensive end – Montana st
  17. Chicago: Ke’Shawn Vaughn – Running back – Vanderbilt
  18. Indianapolis (Via DAL): Malcom Perry – Running back – Navy
  19. Pittsburgh: Evin Ksiezarczyk – Offensive tackle – Buffalo
  20. LA Rams: Quinten Cepheus – Wide Receiver – Wisconsin
  21. Chicago (Via PHI): Josiah Deguara – Tight end – Cincinnati 
  22. Minnesota (Via BUF): Jared Pinkey – Tight end – Vanderbilt 
  23. Arizona (Via NE): Jeff Thomas – Wide Receiver – Miami
  24. New Orleans: Juwan Johnson – Wide Receiver – Oregon
  25. New England (Via HOU): Essang Bassey – Cornerback – Wake Forest
  26. Minnesota: Shea Patterson – Quarterback – Michigan 
  27. Jacksonville (Via SEA): Charlie Heck – Offensive tackle – UNC
  28. Buffalo (Via BAL): Darrion Daniels – Defensive tackle – Nebraska 
  29. Green Bay (Via TEN): Trevon Hill – Defensive end – Miami 
  30. Green Bay: Shea Montez – Quarterback – Colorado
  31. San Francisco: Isaiah Coulter – Wide Receiver – Rhode Island
  32. NY Jets (Via KC): Cam Grill – Linebacker – Wagner
  33. New England: Bravvion Roy – Defensive tackle – Baylor
  34. New England: James Robinson – Running back – Illinois state
  35. Seattle: Kendall Futrell – Linebacker – East Carolina 

Round 7

  1. Cincinnati: Johnathan Garvin – Defensive end – Miami 
  2. Washington: Scoota Harris – Linebacker – Arkansas
  3. San Francisco (Via DET): James Smith-Williams – Linebacker – NCST
  4. NY Giants: Salvon Ahmed – Running back – Washington
  5. Minnesota (Via MIA): Rodney Clemons – Safety – SMU
  6. LA Chargers: Chauncey Rivers – Defensive tackle – Mississippi st
  7. Carolina: Francis Bernard – Linebacker – Utah State
  8. Arizona: Karen Curl – Safety – Arkansas 
  9. Jacksonville: Broderick Washington Jr – Defensive Tackle – Texas Tech
  10. Tennessee (Via CLE): Jamycal Hasty – Running back – Baylor
  11. Baltimore (Via NYJ): Ladarius Hamilton – Linebacker – North Texas
  12. Chicago (Via LV): Trevor Wallace-Simms – Offensive guard – Missouri
  13. Miami (Via IND): Jesse Lemonier – Linebacker – Liberty
  14. Atlanta (Via TB): Sean Pollard – Center – Clemson
  15. Washington (Via DEN): Michael Divinity Jr – Linebacker – LSU
  16. New England (Via ATL): Rodrigo Blankenship – Kicker – Georgia 
  17. Dallas: James Pierre – Cornerback – FAU
  18. Pittsburgh: Dane Jackson – Cornerback – Pitt
  19. Chicago: Kelly Bryant – Quarterback Missouri
  20. LA Rams: Tyler Clark – Defensive tackle – Georgia 
  21. Detroit (Via PHI): Carter Coughlin – Linebacker – Minnesota 
  22. Green Bay (Via BUF): Kindle Vildor – Cornerback – Georgia southern
  23. Denver (Via NE): Dante Olson – Linebacker – Montana 
  24. NY Giants (Via NO): Antonio Gibson – Wide Receiver – Memphis 
  25. Buffalo (Via MIN): Joshua Kelly – Running back – UCLA
  26. Houston: Scott Franz – Offensive Tackle – Kansas state
  27. New England (Via SEA): Alex Taylor – Offensive tackle – South Carolina st
  28. Green Bay (Via BAL): Trajan Bandy – Cornerback – Miami
  29. Tennessee: Tipa Galeai – Defensive end – Utah State
  30. Cleveland (Via GB): Kenny Cooper – Center – Georgia tech
  31. San Francisco: Calvin Taylor – Defensive tackle – Kentucky 
  32. Miami (Via KC): Anthony McFarland – Running back – Maryland
  33. NY Giants: Myles Dorn – Safety – USC
  34. Houston: Keisean Lucier-South – Linebacker – UCLA
  35. Minnesota: Deejay Dallas – Running back – Miami
  36. Houston: Luke Juriga – Offensive guard – Western Michigan 
  37. Miami: Mohamed Berry – Linebacker – Nebraska 
  38. Denver: Darnay Holmes – Cornerback – UCLA
  39. Minnesota: Zack Johnson – Offensive guard – North Dakota state
  40. Denver: Damar Hamlin – Safety – Pitt
  41. NY Giants: Michael Turk – Punter – Arizona State

 

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