In my time covering the draft, no mock draft has been more difficult to assemble than this one. A lack of information on players, a lack of information from teams, and a trade that sent Teddy Bridgewater to the Denver Broncos made this a laborious affair.
But we’re here. A full 7-round mock draft on the day of the 2021 NFL Draft. A trade today (Thursday) could still turn this on its head. And I expect a very low completion percentage on this one due to teams being very unclear on what the rest of the league will do in Round 1. But this is my favorite piece of content to write all year, so let’s enjoy all 259 picks.
1. Jacksonville Jaguars — QB Trevor Lawrence, Clemson
No surprise here. Lawrence has been the pick since the Jaguars were confirmed to have the No. 1 overall pick.
2. New York Jets — QB Zach Wilson, BYU
Again, no surprise. The Jets did their legwork on the quarterbacks and fell for Wilson. His arm talent, field vision and ability to create on the move are all special.
3. San Francisco 49ers (from Miami Dolphins via Houston Texans) — QB Mac Jones, Alabama
While I do think, based on conversations with people around the league, there is a chance for Trey Lance here I’ll go with the pick that has been rumored since San Francisco traded up—and that’s quarterback Mac Jones.
4. Atlanta Falcons — TE Kyle Pitts, Florida
A quarterback could be in play here, but the pick I feel confident in is Pitts as Atlanta looks to load up around Matt Ryan for one last run (or two).
5. Cincinnati Bengals — WR Ja'Marr Chase, LSU
Despite the need for an offensive tackle here, I think they go with the wide receiver and pair Chase up with his former quarterback Joe Burrow. This has always been a wide receiver team and owner Mike Brown wants Chase.
6. Miami Dolphins (from Philadelphia Eagles) — WR Jaylen Waddle, Alabama
The Dolphins could go offensive lineman here but the latest intel says it’s a wide receiver. If Kyle Pitts somehow fell to this pick, the Dolphins would have a tough decision, but with him off the board it’s Waddle.
7. Detroit Lions — OT Penei Sewell, Oregon
The Lions hold tight and get the best offensive tackle in the draft. Sewell has experience at right tackle and will pair very nicely with Taylor Decker to give the new Detroit regime a formidable group of bookends.
projected trade 8. New England Patriots — QB Trey Lance, NDSU
The Patriots send pick No. 15 overall, cornerback Stephon Gilmore and a 2022 third-round pick to the Panthers to secure Trey Lance. An athletic quarterback with a big arm, Lance has the football IQ to handle the New England offense and can spend a year behind Cam Newton adjusting his mechanics for the NFL.
9. Denver Broncos — OT Rashawn Slater, Northwestern
I wouldn’t rule out a quarterback here completely, but the Broncos also need offensive line help in the worst way. If Slater is on the board—Miami and Detroit could select him—he’s too good to pass up.
10. Dallas Cowboys — CB Patrick Surtain II, Alabama
It would be tough to pass up the top offensive tackles, but they’re both off the board so it’s an easy decision. Surtain is a great scheme fit in Dallas and an immediate lock-down cornerback.
11. New York Giants — WR DeVonta Smith, Alabama
Smith sees a small draft night tumble due to a run on other positions and his smaller stature, but the Giants get an absolute baller and Daniel Jones has another threat in the passing game.
12. Philadelphia Eagles (from Miami Dolphins via San Francisco 49ers) — QB Justin Fields, Ohio State
Slotting in Justin Fields was impossible and it’s starting to feel like some surprise team will have to select him. I’m going with Philadelphia as that surprise ball club. Fields will compete with Jalen Hurts for the starting job in ‘21.
13. Los Angeles Chargers — CB Jaycee Horn, South Carolina
Brandon Staley needs a shutdown man coverage cornerback to be the Jalen Ramsey in his new defense. He has his man in the physical, athletic Horn.
14. Minnesota Vikings — EDGE Jaelan Phillips, Miami
Going offensive tackle was very tempting, but the defensive line needs so much help here. Phillips, if cleared medically, is a top 10 talent in this draft class and a great value for the Vikings in this slot.
projected trade 15. Carolina Panthers — OT Christian Darrisaw, Virginia Tech
The Panthers’ left tackle situation is uncertain heading into the season but Christian Darrisaw solves those issues. He’s a bit raw, but his athleticism and upside are enormous.
16. Arizona Cardinals — CB Caleb Farley, Virginia Tech
The Cardinals are rumored to want to trade up in Round 1 but without a trade partner they hold tight and get a potentially elite cornerback in Farley. Injuries are a question mark, but he’s incredibly talented.
17. Las Vegas Raiders — LB Micah Parsons, Penn State
Parsons should be a top 10 pick but finds himself slipping in this mock draft. The Raiders are smart enough to grab the draft’s most athletic defensive playmaker and plug him into the middle of a defense that’s had issues in all three phases of the game.
18. Miami Dolphins — LB Zaven Collins, Tulsa
Collins is a very tough player to slot into this draft class but his talent is loved by teams running a 3-4 defense. He can play in the middle of the defense on first and second downs and even rush off the edge at times. He’s a three down playmaker.
19. Washington Football Team — LB Jamin Davis, Kentucky
One of my favorite players in the entire class, Jamin Davis lands in a perfect scheme fit with the Washington Football Team. They’ll unleash his athleticism in the middle of the field.
20. Chicago Bears — OT Teven Jenkins, Oklahoma State
The wide receiver run of second-tier players could start here, but I see Chicago addressing the right tackle position. Jenkins is a mauler in the run game and will give the Bears a huge upgrade at the position.
21. Indianapolis Colts — EDGE Kwity Paye, Michigan
A trade back would not be a surprise here at all but if the Colts can’t find a partner, Kwity Paye would solve a lot of their rush issues. Paye is a little short and stocky, but his quickness and agility are off the charts.
22. Tennessee Titans — WR Elijah Moore, Ole Miss
Here’s a pick I really hope happens. Moore would give the Titans an electric yards-after-catch playmaker who has legit speed. And he would pair with former teammate A.J. Brown to form one of the AFC’s best one-two duos at receiver.
23. New York Jets (from Seattle Seahawks) — CB Greg Newsome II, Northwestern
An interior offensive lineman also makes sense here, but the Jets badly need cornerbacks to run Robert Saleh’s defense. Newsome has the size, footwork and instincts to be a star if he can stay healthy.
24. Pittsburgh Steelers — RB Najee Harris, Alabama
Every year there is one late first-round pick that seems set in stone. This year it’s Najee Harris to Pittsburgh to rejuvenate a bad run game. They’ll need to add some linemen in later rounds, but this is a dream scheme fit.
25. Jacksonville Jaguars (from Los Angeles Rams) — S Trevon Moehrig, TCU
I expect a lot of offensive picks for Jacksonville, but this is a BPA pick with Moehrig surprisingly still on the board. He’s a matchup safety with the instincts and range to excel from the center of the field.
26. Cleveland Browns — DL Christian Barmore, Alabama
Barmore is slipping some as teams are concerned about immaturity and work ethic concerns, but he’s the best defensive tackle in the class. The Browns don’t have many needs on-paper and can risk it rolling the dice on a potential steal.
27. Baltimore Ravens — LB/S Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah, Notre Dame
Yes, the Ravens need a wide receiver, but they also understand that the depth at the position is so good this year. Grabbing a versatile, matchup defender helps this defense in so many ways for 2021 and the future.
28. New Orleans Saints — CB Tyson Campbell, Georgia
Could they grab a quarterback here? Absolutely, but I think it’s a cornerback to shore up depth issues and as a future need. Campbell is a former five-star prospect with elite height/weight/speed traits.
29. Green Bay Packers — WR Rashod Bateman, Minnesota
Finally! The Packers have been linked to a number of receivers in this class, but Bateman is the player I’ve heard mentioned to them the most. Aaron Rodgers gets his wish and the Packers add a dynamic receiver who in 2019 was one of the nation’s best pass-catchers.
30. Buffalo Bills — EDGE Gregory Rousseau, Miami
The Bills strategy should be “best player available” and that’s what Gregory Rousseau is here. He also fills a need for a team that has to keep an eye on getting younger and more dynamic off the edge.
31. Baltimore Ravens (from Kansas City Chiefs) — IOL Alijah Vera-Tucker, USC
The Ravens’ offensive struggles get blamed on Lamar Jackson and the receivers, but this offense wasn’t the same after Marshal Yanda retired. They attempt to rebuild the interior of the offensive line by selecting a plug-and-play high-level guard in Vera-Tucker.
32. Tampa Bay Buccaneers — EDGE Joe Tryon, Washington
When you’re 6'5”, 260 pounds and move like Tryon does, you’re going to turn some heads. He might be the most underrated edge-rusher in the entire class. The Buccaneers return all 22 starters from 2020 so this isn’t a need but is a move for the future.
33. Jacksonville Jaguars — TE Pat Freiermuth, Penn State
34. New York Jets — RB Javonte Williams, North Carolina
35. Atlanta Falcons — EDGE Jayson Oweh, Penn State
36. Miami Dolphins (from Houston Texans) — RB Travis Etienne, Clemson
37. Philadelphia Eagles — WR Kadarius Toney, Florida
38. Cincinnati Bengals — OT Liam Eichenberg, Notre Dame
39. Carolina Panthers — CB Eric Stokes, Georgia
40. Denver Broncos — LB Nick Bolton, Missouri
41. Detroit Lions — EDGE Azeez Ojulari, Georgia
42. New York Giants — EDGE Joseph Ossai, Texas
43. San Francisco 49ers — EDGE Carlos Basham, Wake Forest
44. Dallas Cowboys — DL Levi Onwuzurike, Washington
45. Jacksonville Jaguars (from Minnesota Vikings) — IOL Landon Dickerson, Alabama
46. New England Patriots — WR Terrace Marshall Jr., LSU
47. Los Angeles Chargers — OT Samuel Cosmi, Texas
48. Las Vegas Raiders — DL Daviyon Nixon, Iowa
49. Arizona Cardinals — WR Dyami Brown, North Carolina
50. Miami Dolphins — OT Walker Little, Stanford
51. Washington Football Team — QB Davis Mills, Stanford
52. Chicago Bears — QB Kyle Trask, Florida
53. Tennessee Titans — S Jevon Holland, Oregon
54. Indianapolis Colts — OT Dillon Radunz, North Dakota State
55. Pittsburgh Steelers — OT Jalen Mayfield, Michigan
56. Seattle Seahawks — EDGE Ronnie Perkins, Oklahoma
57. Los Angeles Rams — LB Jabril Cox, LSU
58. Kansas City Chiefs (from Baltimore Ravens) — EDGE Payton Turner, Houston
59. Cleveland Browns — CB Asante Samuel Jr., FSU
60. New Orleans Saints — QB Kellen Mond, Texas A&M
61. Buffalo Bills — WR Rondale Moore, Purdue
62. Green Bay Packers — CB Aaron Robinson, UCF
63. Kansas City Chiefs — S Richie Grant, UCF
64. Tampa Bay Buccaneers — LB Ernest Jones, South Carolina
65. Jacksonville Jaguars — OT James Hudson, Cincinnati
66. New York Jets — EDGE Chris Rumph II, Duke
67. Houston Texans — CB Kelvin Joseph, Kentucky
68. Atlanta Falcons — CB Robert Rochell, Central Arkansas
69. Cincinnati Bengals — TE Tommy Tremble, Notre Dame
70. Philadelphia Eagles — EDGE Dayo Odeyingbo, Vanderbilt
71. Denver Broncos — OL Alex Leatherwood, Alabama
72. Detroit Lions — WR Nico Collins, Michigan
73. Carolina Panthers — S Divine Deablo, Virginia Tech
74. Washington Football Team (from San Francisco 49ers) — S Jamar Johnson, Indiana
75. Dallas Cowboys — OT Spencer Brown, Northern Iowa
76. New York Giants — IOL Quinn Meinerz, Wisconsin-Whitewater
77. Los Angeles Chargers — IOL Aaron Banks, Notre Dame
78. Minnesota Vikings — WR Anthony Schwartz, Auburn
79. Las Vegas Raiders (from Arizona Cardinals) — IOL Creed Humphrey, Oklahoma
80. Las Vegas Raiders — OT Stone Forsythe, Florida
81. Miami Dolphins — EDGE Patrick Jones II, Pitt
82. Washington Football Team — OT Jackson Carman, Clemson
83. Chicago Bears — CB Ifeatu Melifonwu, Syracuse
84. Philadelphia Eagles (from Indianapolis Colts) — CB Elijah Molden, Washington
85. Tennessee Titans — CB Benjamin St-Juste, Minnesota
86. New York Jets (from Seattle Seahawks) — OT Brady Christensen, BYU
87. Pittsburgh Steelers — EDGE Malcolm Koonce, Buffalo
88. Los Angeles Rams — IOL Josh Myers, Ohio State
89. Cleveland Browns — LB Chazz Surratt, North Carolina
90. Minnesota Vikings (from Baltimore Ravens) — OT D'Ante Smith, East Carolina
91. Cleveland Browns (from New Orleans Saints) — WR D'Wayne Eskridge, Western Michigan
92. Green Bay Packers — DL Milton Williams, Louisiana Tech
93. Buffalo Bills — CB Tay Gowan, UCF
94. Baltimore Ravens (from Kansas City Chiefs) — WR Amon-Ra St. Brown, USC
95. Tampa Bay Buccaneers — DL Marlon Tuipulotu, USC
96. New England Patriots* — WR Amari Rodgers, Clemson
97. Los Angeles Chargers* — WR Tutu Atwell, Louisville
98. New Orleans Saints* — TE Hunter Long, Boston College
99. Dallas Cowboys* — LB Derrick Barnes, Purdue
100. Tennessee Titans* — EDGE Quincy Roche, Miami
101. Detroit Lions (from Los Angeles Rams)* — LB Baron Browning, Ohio State
102. San Francisco 49ers* — CB Brandon Stephens, SMU
103. Los Angeles Rams* — EDGE Jordan Smith, UAB
104. Baltimore Ravens* — WR Tylan Wallace, Oklahoma State
105. New Orleans Saints* — LB Pete Warner, Ohio State
106. Jacksonville Jaguars — WR Cade Johnson, South Dakota State
107. New York Jets — WR Simi Fehoko, Stanford
108. Atlanta Falcons — LB Cameron McGrone, Michigan
109. Houston Texans — EDGE Rashad Weaver, Pitt
110. Cleveland Browns (from Philadelphia Eagles) — EDGE Patrick Johnson, Tulane
111. Cincinnati Bengals — IOL Deonte Brown, Alabama
112. Detroit Lions — IOL Wyatt Davis, Ohio State
113. Carolina Panthers — WR Josh Palmer, Tennessee
114. Denver Broncos — S Talanoa Hufanga, USC
115. Dallas Cowboys — S Tyree Gillespie, Missouri
116. New York Giants — DL Tommy Togiai, Ohio State
117. San Francisco 49ers — RB Michael Carter, North Carolina
118. Los Angeles Chargers — EDGE Victor Dimukeje, Duke
119. Minnesota Vikings — S Hamsah Nasirildeen, FSU
120. New England Patriots — EDGE Daelin Hayes, Notre Dame
121. Las Vegas Raiders — WR Cornell Powell, Clemson
122. New England Patriots (from Arizona Cardinals through Houston Texans) — LB Isaiah McDuffie, Boston College
123. Philadelphia Eagles (from Miami Dolphins) — LB Buddy Johnson, Texas A&M
124. Washington Football Team — RB Trey Sermon, Ohio State
125. Minnesota Vikings (from Chicago Bears) — CB Paulson Adebo, Stanford
126. Tennessee Titans — DL Alim McNeil, NC State
127. Indianapolis Colts — WR Marquez Stevenson, Houston
128. Pittsburgh Steelers — IOL Trey Smith, Tennessee
129. Seattle Seahawks — CB Shakur Brown, Michigan State
130. Jacksonville Jaguars (from Los Angeles Rams) — EDGE Cameron Sample, Tulane
131. Baltimore Ravens — EDGE Wyatt Hubert, Kansas State
132. Cleveland Browns — IOL Royce Newman, Ole Miss
133. New Orleans Saints — S Damar Hamlin, Pitt
134. Minnesota Vikings (from Buffalo Bills) — TE Brevin Jordan, Miami
135. Green Bay Packers — LB Dylan Moses, Alabama
136. Baltimore Ravens (from Kansas City Chiefs) — TE Zach Davidson, Central Missouri
137. Tampa Bay Buccaneers — RB/WR Demetric Felton, UCLA
138. Dallas Cowboys* — EDGE William Bradley-King, Baylor
139. New England Patriots* — DL Jay Tufele, USC
140. Pittsburgh Steelers* — S Andre Cisco, Syracuse
141. Los Angeles Rams* — S Caden Sterns, Texas
142. Green Bay Packers* — IOL Drew Dalman, Stanford
143. Minnesota Vikings* — DL Tyler Shelvin, LSU
144. Kansas City Chiefs* — WR Josh Imatorbhebhe, Illinois
145. Jacksonville Jaguars — IOL Kendrick Green, Illinois
146. New York Jets — LB Tony Fields II, West Virginia
147. Houston Texans — RB Jaret Patterson, Buffalo
148. Atlanta Falcons — EDGE Elerson Smith, Northern Iowa
149. Cincinnati Bengals — S Shawn Davis, Florida
150. Philadelphia Eagles — DL Darius Stills, West Virginia
151. Carolina Panthers — TE Tre McKitty, Georgia
152. Denver Broncos — RB Kenneth Gainwell, Memphis
153. Detroit Lions — CB Shaun Wade, Ohio State
154. New York Jets (from New York Giants) — IOL Drake Jackson, Kentucky
155. San Francisco 49ers — S James Wiggins, Cincinnati
156. Miami Dolphins (from Philadelphia Eagles via Dallas Cowboys) — CB Marco Wilson, Florida
157. Minnesota Vikings — LB KJ Britt, Auburn
158. Houston Texans (from New England Patriots) — S Jamien Sherwood, Auburn
159. Los Angeles Chargers — RB Rhamondre Stevenson, Oklahoma
160. Arizona Cardinals — OT Jaylon Moore, Western Michigan
161. Buffalo Bills (from Las Vegas Raiders) — IOL Michael Menet, Penn State
162. Las Vegas Raiders (from Miami Dolphins) — S Christian Uphoff, Illinois State
163. Washington Football Team — WR Austin Watkins Jr., UAB
164. Chicago Bears — WR Sage Surratt, Wake Forest
165. Indianapolis Colts — CB Bryce Thompson, Tennessee
166. Tennessee Titans — IOL Ben Cleveland, Georgia
167. Las Vegas Raiders (from Seattle Seahawks) — S JaCoby Stephens, LSU
168. Minnesota Vikings (from Pittsburgh Steelers through Baltimore Ravens) — IOL Jared Hocker, Texas A&M
169. Cleveland Browns (from Los Angeles Rams) — S Ar'Darius Washington, TCU
170. Jacksonville Jaguars (from Cleveland Browns) — RB Kylin Hill, Miss. State
171. Baltimore Ravens — DL Marvin Wilson, FSU
172. San Francisco 49ers (from New Orleans Saints) — WR Shi Smith, South Carolina
173. Green Bay Packers — S Tariq Thompson, San Diego State
174. Buffalo Bills — TE Kenny Yeboah, Ole Miss
175. Kansas City Chiefs — CB D.J. Daniel, Georgia
176. Tampa Bay Buccaneers — CB Kary Vincent Jr., LSU
177. New England Patriots* — S Trill Williams, Syracuse
178. Green Bay Packers* — WR Dax Milne, BYU
179. Dallas Cowboys* — EDGE Janarius Robinson, FSU
180. San Francisco 49ers* — DL Bobby Brown III, Texas A&M
181. Kansas City Chiefs* — WR Ihmir Smith-Marsette, Iowa
182. Atlanta Falcons* — WR Frank Darby, Arizona State
183. Atlanta Falcons* — RB Chuba Hubbard, Oklahoma State
184. Baltimore Ravens* — OT Josh Ball, Marshall
185. Los Angeles Chargers (from Jacksonville Jaguars through Tennessee Titans) — S Richard LeCounte, Georgia
186. New York Jets — DL Khyiris Tonga, BYU
187. Atlanta Falcons — IOL Jack Anderson, Texas Tech
188. New England Patriots (from Houston Texans) — CB Olaijah Griffin, USC
189. Philadelphia Eagles — WR Tamorrion Terry, FSU
190. Cincinnati Bengals — EDGE Tarron Jackson, Coastal Carolina
191. Denver Broncos — S Mark Webb, Georgia
192. Dallas Cowboys (from Detroit Lions) — QB Sam Ehlinger, Texas
193. Carolina Panthers — WR Seth Williams, Auburn
194. San Francisco 49ers — IOL Sadarius Hutcherson, South Carolina
195. Houston Texans (from Dallas Cowboys through New England Patriots) — QB Jamie Newman, Wake Forest
196. New York Giants — CB Israel Mukuamu, South Carolina
197. New England Patriots — IOL Robert Hainsey, Notre Dame
198. Los Angeles Chargers — CB Keith Taylor, Washington
199. Minnesota Vikings — QB Feleipe Franks, Arkansas
200. Las Vegas Raiders — EDGE Shaka Toney, Penn State
201. New York Giants (from Arizona Cardinals) — S Donovan Stiner, Florida
202. Cincinnati Bengals (from Miami Dolphins through Houston Texans) — P Pressley Harvin III, Georgia Tech
203. Houston Texans (from Washington Football Team through Las Vegas Raiders and Miami Dolphins) — WR Whop Philyor, Indiana
204. Chicago Bears — CB Ambry Thomas, Michigan
205. Tennessee Titans — WR Tre Nixon, UCF
206. Indianapolis Colts — LB Justin Hilliard, Ohio State
207. Kansas City Chiefs (from Pittsburgh Steelers through Miami Dolphins) — LB Monty Rice, Georgia
208. Chicago Bears (from Seattle Seahawks through Miami Dolphins) — RB Larry Rountree III, Missouri
209. Los Angeles Rams — CB Tre Brown, Oklahoma
210. Baltimore Ravens — OT Adrian Ealy, Oklahoma
211. Cleveland Browns — RB Chris Evans, Michigan
212. Houston Texans (from New Orleans Saints) — WR Jaelon Darden, North Texas
213. Buffalo Bills — RB Javian Hawkins, Louisville
214. Green Bay Packers — EDGE Adetokunbo Ogundeji, Notre Dame
215. Tennessee Titans (from Kansas City Chiefs) — TE Tony Poljian, Virginia
216. Pittsburgh Steelers (from Tampa Bay Buccaneers) — WR Dazz Newsome, North Carolina
217. Tampa Bay Buccaneers* — IOL David Moore, Grambling State
218. New Orleans Saints* — RB Jermar Jefferson, Oregon State
219. Atlanta Falcons* — DL Tedarrell Slaton, Florida
220. Green Bay Packers* — CB Bryan Mills, North Carolina Central
221. Chicago Bears* — EDGE Earnest Brown IV, Northwestern
222. Carolina Panthers* — LB Charles Snowden III, Virginia
223. Minnesota Vikings* — CB Rodarius Williams, Oklahoma State
224. Philadelphia Eagles* — RB Khalil Herbert, Virginia Tech
225. Philadelphia Eagles* — TE Noah Gray, Duke
226. Carolina Panthers* — RB Elijah Mitchell, Louisiana
227. Dallas Cowboys* — DL Ta'Quon Graham, Texas
228. Chicago Bears* — WR Desmond Fitzpatrick, Louisville
229. New Orleans Saints (from Jacksonville Jaguars) — S Joshuah Bledsoe, Missouri
230. San Francisco 49ers (from New York Jets) — CB Mark Gilbert, Duke
231. Miami Dolphins (from Houston Texans) — DL Jaylen Twyman, Pitt
232. Tennessee Titans (from Atlanta Falcons through Miami Dolphins) — EDGE Jonathon Cooper, Ohio State
233. Houston Texans (from Cincinnati Bengals) — LB Hamilcar Rashed, Jr., Oregon State
234. Philadelphia Eagles — S Aashari Crosswell, Arizona State
235. Cincinnati Bengals (from Detroit Lions through Seattle Seahawks) — RB Rakeem Boyd, Arkansas
236. Buffalo Bills (from Carolina Panthers) — LB Garrett Wallow, TCU
237. Denver Broncos — CB Camryn Bynum, Cal
238. Dallas Cowboys — IOL Calvin Ashley, Florida A&M
239. Denver Broncos (from New York Giants) — WR Michael Strachan, Charleston
240. Philadelphia Eagles (from San Francisco 49ers) — EDGE Chauncey Golston, Iowa
241. Los Angeles Chargers — IOL Tristen Hoge, BYU
242. New England Patriots — S Paris Ford, Pitt
243. Arizona Cardinals — WR Tyler Vaughns, USC
244. Washington Football Team (from Las Vegas Raiders) — CB Michael Carter II, Duke
245. Pittsburgh Steelers (from Miami Dolphins) — CB Darren Hall, San Diego State
246. Washington Football Team — TE Kylen Granson, SMU
247. Arizona Cardinals (from Chicago Bears through Las Vegas Raiders) — RB Deon Jackson, Duke
248. Indianapolis Colts — WR Racey McMath, LSU
249. Jacksonville Jaguars (from Tennessee Titans) — WR Jacob Harris, UCF
250. Seattle Seahawks — RB Brendan Knox, Marshall
251. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (from Pittsburgh Steelers) — LB Amen Ogbongbemiga, Oklahoma State
252. Los Angeles Rams — DL Quinton Bohanna, Kentucky
253. Denver Broncos (from Cleveland Browns) — CB Zach McPhearson, Texas Tech
254. Pittsburgh Steelers (from Baltimore Ravens) — EDGE Joshua Kaindoh, FSU
255. New Orleans Saints — DL Osa Odighizuwa, UCLA
256. Green Bay Packers — OT Alaric Jackson, Iowa
257. Cleveland Browns (from Buffalo Bills) — QB Ian Book, Notre Dame
258. Miami Dolphins (from Kansas City Chiefs) — WR Trevon Grimes, Florida
259. Tampa Bay Buccaneers — WR Blake Proehl, East Carolina
Can't see the Jets taking a RB at 34 and waiting until 86 for Oline help.
I am rooting for andre cisco to dallas at 99 or 115. I'm thinking he goes higher than the end of the 4th.