We are closing in on the fateful day we have all been waiting and working for, the NFL Draft. Before this draft cycle flies past us as it does every year, leaving us in a whirlwind of continuous prospect evaluations with no end in sight, there is a seven round mock draft waiting to be read. Spoiler alert: It is right below this paragraph. Two hundred and fifty-six picks with analysis and maybe even a few trades. The following mock is what, based off of rumors, stock, schemes, and scouting reports, I believe will happen. Maybe this will be the first mock draft you don’t hate.

Round 1:

  1. Cleveland Browns – Sam Darnold, QB, USC

This initial pick in the 2018 NFL Draft has seemingly been decided for a while now. Sam Darnold, a consensus top three quarterback in this class, is known to be a safe option with all the characteristics of a franchise quarterback. He most likely won’t start year one, as Tyrod Taylor starts and they attempt to fix the USC star’s mechanics, but he is certainly the guy they want leading Cleveland through its extensive rebuild.

  1. New York Giants – Saquon Barkley, RB, PSU

Dave Gettleman is the new general manager of the New York Giants and has been insistent on the fact that taking a passer at two would be too risky (it’s a bad take). The looks of it say they will go with the top position player available, who in many minds is Penn State weapon Saquon Barkley.

  1. New York Jets (Colts) – Baker Mayfield, QB, OU

The mad dash for a quarterback is on in New York and they won’t make the same mistake their in-state rival made. Per Benjamin Allbright, Baker Mayfield won’t have to wait past the Jets pick. The fit is snug and the hype will be unfathomable, but the Jets will finally get their quarterback.

  1. Cleveland Browns (Texans) – Bradley Chubb, EDGE, NCST

The Cleveland offense looks set for next year, with brand new passers and pass catchers. However, their defense still lags behind. The quickest way to improve a defense is through the pass rush and there is not a safer option in this class when it comes to rushing the passer than Bradley Chubb.

TRADE:

Denver trades: 5, 160, 2019 3rd

Buffalo trades: 12, 22, 56, 65, 2019 2nd

  1. Buffalo Bills (Broncos) – Josh Allen, QB, Wyoming

The latest rumors have told us that the Bills are enamored with Josh Allen and more than willing to trade up. It will be costly, but you will always have to give up more than the pick is worth if you are going for a quarterback.

TRADE:

Indianapolis trades: 6

Miami trades: 11, 42, 131, 2019 3rd

  1. Miami Dolphins (Colts) – Josh Rosen, QB, UCLA

Due to truly unjustified reasons, QB1, Josh Rosen, falls to pick six and the Dolphins will be ready to trade up. The Colts are willing to move down in an effort to acquire more draft capital, and they won’t be losing out on much. Tannehill’s time in Miami is winding down and they will try again with a new quarterback at the helm, even if Tannehill starts year one.

  1. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Derwin James, S, FSU

Similar to Jamal Adams last year, Derwin James is a versatile safety with All-Pro potential and a ton of hype behind him. He can be an exceedingly helpful asset for the Bucs and would fit nicely in an already talented defense.

  1. Chicago Bears – Quenton Nelson, iOL, ND

Possibly the best prospect in the draft, Chicago is more than lucky that three quarterbacks went top six. There is a definite hole at guard and there has not been an offensive line prospect like Quenton Nelson in what seems like forever.

  1. San Francisco 49ers – Denzel Ward, CB, OSU

Denzel Ward seems to be the top cornerback in this class, or at least that’s the consensus. He is bigger than most of us thought going into the year and he is extremely athletic. John Lynch’s type of player at of position of need, it makes too much sense.

  1. Oakland Raiders – Roquan Smith, iLB, UGA

The Raiders defense was putrid last season, mainly due to its lack of polish and awareness at the linebacker position. Roquan Smith is incredibly talented and we all saw the impact he had on his defense at Georgia. If he takes this impact to Oakland with him, that defense will see a quick turnaround.

  1. Indianapolis Colts (Dolphins) – Tremaine Edmunds, iLB, VT

Tremaine Edmunds is certainly a raw prospect, but adds value with the fact that he is strikingly young — being 19 on draft day. The upside is more than apparent, and he can be an instrumental piece in Ballard’s maturing defense.

  1. Denver Broncos (Bills) – Derrius Guice, RB, LSU

For a team with an average roster outside of the quarterback position, they don’t necessarily have to address their biggest needs. They can attempt to improve the cast for whoever is quarterbacking in the coming years. That starts with a dominant running attack, and that starts with Derrius Guice.

  1. Washington Redskins – Minkah Fitzpatrick, S, ALA

While safety is not a need for this team, Minkah Fitzpatrick’s upside and versatility are hard to pass up. Having Josh Norman, D.J. Swearinger, Montae Nicholson, and Fitzpatrick on the field for the same play will destroy opposing passing games and be the right decision long term.

  1. Green Bay Packers – Harold Landry, EDGE, BC

Harold Landry may have the most upside of any defensive player in this class, and he fits into one of the two major needs on this Green Bay roster (the other being cornerback). They can begin to rebuild this defense and acquire an explosive, intimidating pass rusher to lead them.

  1. Arizona Cardinals – Lamar Jackson, QB, LOU

As stated by @Moonlightswami on Twitter — a highly respected mind in the football community — relying on Sam Bradford’s knees and Mike Glennon’s talent is not smart. At all. Lamar Jackson with David Johnson could light up the league.

  1. Baltimore Ravens – Courtland Sutton, WR, SMU

A controversial body over the last few months, Courtland Sutton saw a massive inflation in his stock after an amazing combine. His stock is most likely higher than any other target in this class, and for a team that can use anyone with two functioning hands, Sutton can make an immediate impact.

  1. Los Angeles Chargers – Vita Vea, iDL, UW

The Chargers roster is balanced, talented, and lacks major holes non-playoff teams usually possess. Their front line is already near the top of the league, but an amazing athlete for his size, Vita Vea can be exactly what this defense needs to put them over the top.

  1. Seattle Seahawks – Joshua Jackson, CB, IOWA

The looks of it would show that Seattle’s Super Bowl window has closed, and the rebuild is upon us. One way to jump start this raw defense is to add a ball-hawking cornerback that perfectly fits their scheme. Joshua Jackson is just that.

  1. Dallas Cowboys – Calvin Ridley, WR, ALA

The other consensus top two receiver in this class falls to 19 due to age concerns and the lack of a pressing need at wide receiver. The Dallas roster is adequate to a point there are no glaring holes to be addressed here, so they might as well help the offense that struggled so mightily last season. Calvin Ridley would make a great fit for Dak Prescott and the Cowboys offense.

  1. Detroit Lions – Sony Michel, RB, UGA

Less than a week before the draft and it looks like Sony Michel is seeing an exponential growth in his stock, propelling the back into the middle of the first round. Michel is a great fit in Detroit, who has not had a 100-yard rusher since Reggie Bush.

  1. Cincinnati Bengals (Bills) – Connor Williams, OT, TX

Finally, an offensive tackle comes off the board, and it goes to an exceedingly offensive line help needy squad. Even if he doesn’t start at left tackle, Connor Williams can make his impact felt and improve a disastrous trench unit.

  1. Denver Broncos (Bills) – Isaiah Wynn, iOL, UGA

Though the Broncos sought after offensive lineman last off-season as well, the line still needs some repairs. Isaiah Wynn can be that flexible, solid starter to round out an improving offensive line. Should help the new backfield.

  1. New England Patriots (Rams) – Rashaan Evans, iLB, ALA

Bill Belichick is still the premier mind of the sport, and the league should be sorry they let Rashaan Evans fall this far. A ferocious pass rusher as well as an impressive run stuffer and quality coverage linebacker, Evans can do it all and the man in the hoodie will figure out just how to use him.

  1. Carolina Panthers – Jaire Alexander, CB, LOU

Ever since Josh Norman’s departure, the Carolina secondary has been in shambles. In order to make a deep playoff run, a lockdown corner is a necessity. Jaire Alexander should adjust quickly to the next level and is ready to be this team’s number one if needed.

  1. Tennessee Titans – Da’Ron Payne, iDL, ALA

Due to a lack of need and the decreasing value of the interior defensive line position, I think Da’Ron Payne slips to 25. Mike Vrabel’s defense can use another mauler, and not many are as skilled or nimble as Payne.

  1. Atlanta Falcons – Maurice Hurst Jr., iDL, UM

Heart problems won’t stop Maurice Hurst from playing in the NFL, and the Falcons are in a good spot to take a chance on him. After Dontari Poe’s exit, a second defensive tackle is once again needed in Dan Quinn’s defense. Hurst can fill this need and be a leader on this up-and-coming defense.

TRADE:

New Orleans trades: 27, 164

San Francisco trades: 59, 143, 2019 2nd

  1. San Francisco 49ers (Saints) – D.J. Moore, WR, MD

Reports have surfaced that John Lynch is infatuated with D.J. Moore, and it’s hard not to blame him if you can imagine him with Kyle Shannahan. This puts San Fran in a similar spot to last year’s draft, with an early and a late first-round pick. Here, they go with the versatile play-maker that could work wonders in the Bay.

TRADE:

Pittsburgh trades: 28, 220

Arizona trades: 47, 79, 2019 3rd

  1. Arizona Cardinals – Kolton Miller, OT, UCLA

So-called “Big Draft” has reported a boost in the raw tackle’s stock, and this was only confirmed when Kolton Miller was invited to the Draft. If Arizona thinks they can get a franchise left tackle, it is more than worth it to trade up.

  1. Jacksonville Jaguars – Will Hernandez, iOL, UTEP

The Jaguars have a very good roster and future off-seasons will be devoted to sustaining success, finding a quarterback, and solidifying any “weak spots” on the roster which are relatively minor. To help the run game they take a flier on Will Hernandez, a high upside guard.

  1. Minnesota Vikings – Mike McGlinchey, OT, ND

The Vikings need offensive line help if they want Dalvin Cook and Kirk Cousins to succeed next year, and many would want them to run to the podium in this situation. Ensuring protection on one side of the line will be imperative to any improvement in the Viking offense.

  1. New England Patriots – Dallas Goedert, TE, SDSU

At this point in time, it is not known whether or not the best tight end in football will play football again, or if he will ever suit up in the red, white, and blue one more time. Belichick can work wonders with multiple tight ends and Goedert can be wonderful in that system.

TRADE:

Philadelphia trades: 32

Oakland trades: 41, 159, 2019 4th

  1. Oakland Raiders – Marcus Davenport, EDGE, UTSA

A multitude of factors leads to this scenario actually being possible. Oakland’s love for Marcus Davenport is well documented, and the defense still has something to be desired in the pass rush, even with Khalil Mack and Bruce Irvin.

Round 2:

  1. Cleveland Browns – Isaiah Oliver, CB, CO
  2. New York Giants-  Josh Sweat, EDGE, FSU
  3. Cleveland Browns – Jamarco Jones, OT, OSU
  4. Indianapolis Colts – Taven Bryan, iDL, UF
  5. Indianapolis Colts – Christian Kirk, WR, TXAM
  6. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – James Daniels, iOL, IOWA
  7. Chicago Bears – Anthony Miller, WR, MEM
  8. Denver Broncos – Leighton Vander Esch, iLB, BST
  9. Philadelphia Eagles – Ronnie Harrison, S, ALA
  10. Indianapolis Colts – Ronald Jones, RB, USC
  11. New England Patriots – Holton Hill, CB, TX
  12. Washington Redskins – Derrick Nnadi, iDL, FSU
  13. Green Bay Packers – Quenton Meeks, CB, STAN
  14. Cincinnati Bengals – Frank Ragnow, iOL, AK
  15. Pittsburgh Steelers – Malik Jefferson, iLB, TX
  16. Los Angeles Chargers – Mason Rudolph, QB, OKST
  17. Indianapolis Colts – Tyrell Crosby, OT, OR
  18. Dallas Cowboys – Ogbonnia Okoronkwo, EDGE, OU
  19. Detroit Lions – Mike Gesicki, TE, PSU
  20. Baltimore Ravens – Mark Andrews, TE, OU
  21. Buffalo Bills – Dante Pettis, WR, UW
  22. Kansas City Chiefs – Sam Hubbard, EDGE, OSU
  23. Carolina Panthers – James Washington, WR, OKST
  24. Denver Broncos – Justin Reid, S, STAN
  25. Tennessee Titans – Hayden Hurst, TE, SC
  26. Atlanta Falcons – Uchenna Nwosu, EDGE, USC
  27. New Orleans Saints – Lorenzo Carter, EDGE, UGA
  28. Pittsburgh Steelers – Orlando Brown, OT, OU
  29. Jacksonville Jaguars – Jaylen Samuels, TE, NCST
  30. Minnesota Vikings – Billy Price, iOL, OSU
  31. New England Patriots – Nick Chubb, RB, UGA
  32. Cleveland Browns – Duke Dawson, CB, UF

Round 3:

  1. Denver Broncos – Deon Cain, WR, CLEM
  2. New York Giants – Luke Falk, QB, WAST
  3. Indianapolis Colts – Jessie Bates, S, WF
  4. Houston Texans – Braden Smith, iOL, AU
  5. New York Giants – DeShon Elliot, S, TX
  6. San Francisco 49ers – Kerryon Johnson, RB, AU
  7. Denver Broncos – Nathan Shepherd, iDL, FORT HAYES
  8. New York Jets – Arden Key, EDGE, LSU
  9. Miami Dolphins – D.J. Chark, WR, LSU
  10. San Francisco 49ers – Martinas Rankin, OT, MSST
  11. Oakland Raiders – Donte Jackson, CB, LSU
  12. Green Bay Packers – Harrison Phillips, iDL, STAN
  13. Cincinatti Bengals – Marcus Allen, S, PSU
  14. Kansas City Chiefs – Mike Hughes, CB, UCF
  15. Pittsburgh Steelers – John Kelly, RB, UT
  16. Houston Texans – Troy Fumagalli, TE, WISC
  17. Dallas Cowboys – Chukwuma Okorafor, CMICH
  18. Detroit Lions – Da’Shawn Hand, iDL, ALA
  19. Baltimore Ravens – Mike White, QB, WKU
  20. Los Angeles Chargers – Micah Kiser, iLB, UVA
  21. Carolina Panthers – Dorance Armstrong Jr., EDGE, KS
  22. Kansas City Chiefs – Sean Welsh, iOL, IOWA
  23. Los Angeles Rams – Duke Ejiofor, EDGE, WF
  24. Carolina Panthers – Alex Cappa, OT, HBST
  25. Tennessee Titans – Michael Gallup, WR, COST
  26. Atlanta Falcons – Carlton Davis, CB, AU
  27. New Orleans Saints – Christopher Herndon IV, TE, MIA
  28. Pittsburgh Steelers – Fred Warner, iLB, BYU
  29. Jacksonville Jaguars – Deontay Burnett, WR, USC
  30. Minnesota Vikings – Terrell Edmunds, S, VT
  31. New England Patriots – Kyle Lauletta, QB, RICH
  32. Buffalo Bills – Rashaad Penny, RB, SDSU
  33. Arizona Cardinals – Mason Cole, iOL, UM
  34. Houston Texans – Josey Jewell, iLB, IOWA
  35. Denver Broncos – Kurt Benkert, QB, UVA
  36. Cincinatti Bengals – Durham Smythe, TE, ND

Round 4:

  1. Green Bay Packers – Akrum Wadley, RB, IOWA
  2. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Hercules Mata’afa, EDGE, WAST
  3. Houston Texans – Anthony Averett, CB, ALA
  4. Indianapolis Colts – Kemoko Turay, EDGE, UR
  5. Chicago Bears – Jerome Baker, iLB, OSU
  6. Denver Broncos – Tyquan Lewis, EDGE, OSU
  7. New York Jets – Nyheim Hynes, RB, NCST
  8. New York Giants – Brian O’Neill, OT, PITT
  9. Denver Broncos – Equanimeous St. Brown, WR, ND
  10. Oakland Raiders – Kalen Ballage, RB, AZST
  11. Los Angeles Rams – Shaquem Griffin, iLB, UCF
  12. Cincinatti Bengals – Riley Ferguson, QB, MEM
  13. Washington Redskins – Auden Tate, WR, FSU
  14. Cleveland Browns – Austin Corbett, iOL, UN
  15. Chicago Bears – Tyler Conklin, TE, CMICH
  16. Dallas Cowboys – Tarvarus McFadden, CB, FSU
  17. Detroit Lions – Kevin Tolliver II, CB, LSU
  18. Baltimore Ravens – Mark Walton, RB, MIA
  19. Los Angeles Chargers – Damon Webb, S, OSU
  20. Seattle Seahawks – Joe Ostman, EDGE, CMICH
  21. Buffalo Bills – Desmond Harrison, OT, WGA
  22. Kansas City Chiefs – Shaun Dion-Hamilton, iLB, ALA
  23. Miami Dolphins – Nick Nelson, CB, WISC
  24. Kansas City Chiefs – Allen Lazard, WR, IAST
  25. Tennessee Titans – Davin Bellamy, EDGE, UGA
  26. Atlanta Falcons – Joseph Noteboom, OT, TCU
  27. New Orleans Saints – Jeff Holland, EDGE, AU
  28. San Francisco 49ers – DaeSean Hamilton, WR, PSU
  29. Jacksonville Jaguars – Logan Woodside, QB, TO
  30. Philadelphia Eagles – Jalyn Holmes, EDGE, OSU
  31. Indianapolis Colts – Wyatt Teller, iOL, VT
  32. Philadelphia Eagles – Rashaan Gaulden, CB, UT
  33. Green Bay Packers – Ian Thomas, TE, IN
  34. Arizona Cardinals – Brandon Silvers, QB, TROY
  35. Los Angeles Rams – Siran Neal, S, JAST
  36. Los Angeles Rams – Cedrick Wilson, WR, BST
  37. Dallas Cowboys – Timon Parris, OT, STBK

Round 5:

  1. Green Bay Packers – Tre’Quan Smith, WR, UCF
  2. New York Giants – Isaac Yiadom, CB, BC
  3. Indianapolis Colts – Ryan Izzo, TE, FSU
  4. Seattle Seahawks – Geron Christian, OT, LOU
  5. Washington Redskins – Josh Adams, RB, ND
  6. New Orleans Saints – Armani Watts, S, TXAM
  7. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – J.C. Jackson, CB, MD
  8. Chicago Bears – Tim Settle, iDL, VT
  9. Seattle Seahawks – Godwin Igwebuike, S, NW
  10. New Orleans Saints – William Clapp, iOL, LSU
  11. Pittsburgh Steelers – D.J. Reed, CB, KSU
  12. Denver Broncos – Levi Wallace, CB, ALA
  13. Cleveland Browns – Brandon Parker, OT, NCAT
  14. Cincinatti Bengals – Royce Freeman, RB, OR
  15. Arizona Cardinals – Simmie Cobbs Jr., WR, IN
  16. Detroit Lions – Van Smith, S, CLEM
  17. Baltimore Ravens – Chris Worley, iLB, OSU
  18. Los Angeles Chargers – Cole Madison, OT, WAST
  19. Seattle Seahawks – Bo Scarborough, RB, ALA
  20. New York Jets – Rasheem Green, iDL, USC
  21. Cincinatti Bengals – Marcell Ateman, WR, OKST
  22. Philadelphia Eagles – Chase Edmonds, RB, FORD
  23. Buffalo Bills – Poona Ford, iDL, TX
  24. Carolina Panthers – Darius Leonard, iLB, SCST
  25. Tennessee Titans – Coleman Shelton, iOL, UW
  26. Washington Redskins – Brian Allen, iOL, MSU
  27. San Francisco 49ers – Quin Blanding, S, UVA
  28. Pittsburgh Steelers – Antonio Callaway, WR, UF
  29. Buffalo Bills – Matthew Thomas, iLB, FSU
  30. Minnesota Vikings – JoJo Wicker, EDGE, AZST
  31. Seattle Seahawks – Taylor Hearn, iOL, CLEM
  32. Philadelphia Eagles – Will Richardson, OT, NCST
  33. Cincinatti Bengals – Kylie Fitts, EDGE, UTAH
  34. Dallas Cowboys – Justin Jones, iDL, NCST
  35. Green Bay Packers – Tony Brown, CB, ALA
  36. Oakland Raiders – Jordan Lasley, WR, UCLA
  37. Green Bay Packers – Skai Moore, iLB, SC

Round 6

  1. Cleveland Browns – Ito Smith, RB, SOMI
  2. Los Angeles Rams – Skyler Phillips, OT, IDST
  3. Houston Texans – Bradley Bozeman, iOL, ALA
  4. Indianapolis Colts – Andrew Brown, iDL, UVA
  5. New York Jets – Scott Quessenbery, iOL, UCLA
  6. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Chase Litton, QB, MU
  7. Chicago Bears – Jordan Wilkins, RB, MISS
  8. Arizona Cardinals – Troy Apke, S, PSU
  9. Los Angeles Rams – Folorunso Fatukasi, iDL, UCONN
  10. San Francisco 49ers – Marquis Haynes, iLB, MISS
  11. Oakland Raiders – Trayvon Henderson, S, HI
  12. Green Bay Packers – KeKe Coutee, WR, TT
  13. Buffalo Bills – K.C. McDermott, OT, MIA
  14. Cleveland Browns – Kamrin Moore, CB, BC
  15. New Orleans Saints – Nic Shimonek, QB, TT
  16. Baltimore Ravens – Sam Jones, iOL, AZST
  17. Los Angeles Chargers – Ade Aruna, EDGE, TUL
  18. Dallas Cowboys – Jeremy Reaves, S, SALA
  19. Dallas Cowboys – Lavon Coleman, RB, UW
  20. Los Angeles Rams – Ryan Nall, RB, ORST
  21. Los Angeles Rams – Byron Pringle, WR, KSU
  22. Kansas City Chiefs – J’Mon Moore, WR, MIZ
  23. Carolina Panthers – Tre Flowers, S, OKST
  24. New England Patriots – Kameron Kelly, S, SDSU
  25. Tennessee Titans – Austin Golson, OT, AU
  26. Atlanta Falcons – Trey Quinn, WR, SMU
  27. New Orleans Saints – Darren Carrington, WR, UTAH
  28. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Phillip Lindsay, RB, CO
  29. Jacksonville Jaguars – Jack Cichy, iLB, WISC
  30. Minnesota Vikings – Christian Campbell, CB, PSU
  31. Washington Redskins – Dalton Schultz, TE, STAN
  32. Philadelphia Eagles – Jaleel Scott, WR, NMST
  33. Green Bay Packers – Greg Senat, OT, WAGN
  34. Dallas Cowboys – Mike McCray, iLB, MICH
  35. Miami Dolphins – Darius Jackson, EDGE, JAST
  36. New England Patriots – Braxton Berrios, WR, MIA
  37. Houston Texans – Kamryn Pettway, RB, AU
  38. Oakland Raiders – Austin Allen, QB, AK
  39. Minnesota Vikings – Zachary Crabtree, OT, OKST
  40. Houston Texans – Christian Sam, iLB, AZST
  41. Baltimore Ravens – Dorian O’Daniel, iLB, CLEM
  42. Oakland Raiders – Ralph Webb, RB, VAND
  43. Oakland Raiders – Steven Richardson, iDL, MIN
  44. Minnesota Vikings – Tre’ Williams, iLB, AU

Round 7:

  1. New England Patriots – Lowell Lotulelei, iDL, UTAH
  2. Arizona Cardinals – Genard Avery, EDGE, MEM
  3. Indianapolis Colts – Chad Kanoff, QB, PU
  4. Houston Texans – Deadrin Senat, iDL, USF
  5. San Francisco 49ers – Trevor Darling, OT, MIA
  6. Chicago Bears – Colby Gossett, iOL, APPST
  7. Minnesota Vikings – Kentavious Street, iDL, NCST
  8. Seattle Seahawks – Cody O’Connell, iOL, WAST
  9. Miami Dolphins – Trenton Cannon, RB, VAST
  10. Oakland Raiders – Tyrone Crowder, iOL, CLEM
  11. Miami Dolphins – Javon Wims, WR, UGA
  12. Jacksonville Jaguars – Brandon Facyson, CB, UVA
  13. Washington Redskins – P.J. Hall, iDL, SHST
  14. Green Bay Packers – Jacob Pugh, iLB, FSU
  15. Kansas City Chiefs – Justin Jackson, RB, NW
  16. Carolina Panthers – Brett Toth, OT, ARMY
  17. New York Jets – Matt Diaz, OT, WAGN
  18. Dallas Cowboys – Marcus Baugh, TE, OSU
  19. Detroit Lions – D’Ernest Johnson, RB, USF
  20. Baltimore Ravens – Jaleel Wadood, S, UCLA
  21. Green Bay Packers – Roc Thomas, RB, JAST
  22. San Francisco 49ers – Tanner Lee, QB, NE
  23. Washington Redskins – Nick Stevens, QB, COST
  24. Carolina Panthers – Korey Robertson, WR, SOMI
  25. Kansas City Chiefs – Greg Gilmore, iDL, LSU
  26. Atlanta Falcons – Kyle Bosch, iOL, WV
  27. New Orleans Saints – Parry Nicholson, CB, TUL
  28. Pittsburgh Steelers – Olasunkanmi Adeniyi, EDGE, TOL
  29. Jacksonville Jaguars – Khalil McKenzie, iDL, UT
  30. Seattle Seahawks – J.T. Barrett, QB,OSU
  31. Cincinatti Bengals – Jester Weah, WR, PITT
  32. Philadelphia Eagles – Rashard Fant, CB, IN
  33. Los Angeles Chargers – Darius Tice, RB, USF
  34. Cincinatti Bengals – K.J. Malone, iOL, LSU
  35. Cincinatti Bengals – M.J. Stewart, CB, UNC
  36. Arizona Cardinals – Richie James, WR, MTST
  37. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Ray-Ray McCloud, WR, CLEM
  38. Atlanta Falcons – Matt Linehan, QB, ID

About The Author Anthony Licciardi

Anthony is a die-hard Mets, Jets and Knicks fan who's always willing to blame the owners. He's been playing sports since he's been able to walk and following the NFL Draft since 2012. Anthony covers the NFL Draft, along with the Indianapolis Colts.