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Nate's Mock Draft 2.0

Updated: Feb 28, 2022

1. Jacksonville Jaguars - Evan Neal, OT, Alabama - The Jaguars have their quarterback of the future in Trevor Lawrence. He’s way too talented and developed to be written off just yet. He was also dealt a bad hand to start his career with the coaching situation. The Jaguars have gone out and brought in former Superbowl winning head coach Doug Pederson. Any way you look at it, the Jaguars need to protect Lawrence as well as offer running lanes in his relief. Neal has the ideal build of an NFL left tackle at 6-foot-6, 360 pounds. He’s a dominant run blocker who plays with down-hill type power. He has a rare combination of size, speed and athleticism. Unless the Jaguars’ trade this pick, I’d find it hard that they go anywhere but offensive tackle.

Previous Pick: Evan Neal, OT, Alabama

2. Detroit Lions - Kayvon Thibodeaux, EDGE, Oregon - I previously mocked the Lions to use the second overall pick on Aidan Hutchinson but that was an overreaction to the collegiate season Hutchinson was having. Thibodeaux is the better edge prospect. Thibodeaux brings the ideal length for the position and can play in both odd-and-even defensive fronts. He’s as pure of an edge prospect that we’ve seen in some time. Ideally he would be best in a 3-4 defense but would need to add some mass for a 4-3, which wouldn’t be hard for an athlete of his level. His first step explosiveness is what really sets him apart. The Lions should pitch that they are going to take a quarterback however and trade down from this spot.

Previous Pick: Aidan Hutchinson, EDGE, Michigan

3. Houston Texans - Aidan Hutchinson, EDGE, Michigan - Although I just talked a bit of shade on Hutchinson, he’s still a top tier pass rushing prospect. He’s 6-foot-5, 270 pounds and is the ideal build to be an every down defensive end in the NFL. That’s hard to find these days. He can play the run and the pass rush as effectively. If I were to give Hutchinson an edge over Thibodeaux, it would be his hands. He’s arguably the best in the draft with his hands and moves off the ball. He has the skill set to get past even the best of offensive lineman. The Texans are known for their long line of dominant defensive ends. From J.J. Watt to Mario Williams and even Jadeveon Clowney. Hutchinson could be the next name on this list.

Previous Pick: Kayvon Thibodeaux, EDGE, Oregon

4. New York Jets - Kyle Hamilton, S, Notre Dame - If I had to list the best overall player in this draft, it would be Hamilton. He’s ideal for the NFL level. He’s 6-foot-4 and 220 pounds. This build of the new safety is the way of the NFL. A safety big enough to step down and play linebacker, but quick and athletic enough to be an every down safety. The New York Jets currently do not have a defensive identity and with one of the best defensive minds in the game with Robert Salah as the head coach. If there’s anyone in the league that can get the most out of Hamilton’s potential, it’s Salah. When we talk about linebacking prospects we talk about the sideline-to-sideline speed. Hamilton has that. He’s a sideline-to-sideline ballhawk.

Previous Pick: Kyle Hamilton, S, Notre Dame

5. New York Giants - Ickey Ekwonu, OT, N.C. State - I previously mocked the Giants to move on from Daniel Jones and take their new quarterback in Matt Corral. I’ve since believed that the Giants may run it back with Jones and attempt to fill the extensive holes they have across their roster. When I say Ekwonu is the best offensive tackle prospect in the draft, I may not be wrong. Right now I have Evan Neal going before Ekwonu, but I wouldn’t be surprised if Ekwonu ends up being the first overall selection by the Jaguars. Ekwonu is most effective in the running game and could be the draft’s best run blocking prospect. Beyond that, he’s got the size at 6-foot-4 and 320 pounds. If the Giants want to make it work with Jones, they need to protect him. This also goes with allowing Saquon Barkley more room to work. That’s another big must for the Giants

Previous Pick: Matt Corral, QB, Ole Miss

6. Carolina Panthers - Malik Willis, QB, Liberty - Reports have recently emerged that the Carolina Panthers are falling in love with Malik Willis. It’s been reported that they are even willing to trade up to pick three to acquire the Liberty signal caller. It’s hard to evaluate Willis. He played at the FBS level with Liberty. He’s the most athletic and physically gifted prospect in the draft. Liberty’s system wasn’t the best to highlight what Willis has to offer in my opinion. To be fair, Willis often asked more out of his receivers than they could offer. His inaccuracy and decision making is a bit of a concern with his step-back during the 2021 season. Willis will excel in a run-heavy offense that offers him many safety valves that don't challenge his arm too much. He does have a big arm and can throw the ball vertically however. Beyond that, quick, intermediate passes are what will help Willis excel. Pairing Willis with the likes of Christian McCaffrey and company could be a match made in heaven.

Previous Pick: Derek Stingley Jr., CB, LSU

7. New York Giants via Chicago Bears - Devin Lloyd, LB, Utah - With the Giants boosting up their offensive line with their first of two top seven draft picks, they look to the defensive side of the ball. Lloyd will make a living in the NFL as an outside linebacker. He made big improvements this past season in the passing game. He has the speed, athleticism and quickness to stay with tight ends and receivers. He’s a sure tackler. You won’t see him miss many tackles. He has some of the best football IQ in the draft as well. He plays with a great knowledge of the game that comes naturally to him. He has a sense of competitiveness and grit that can’t be taught as well. He may be the best edge rusher in this draft that isn't Thibodeaux or Hutchinson.

Previous Pick: Icky Ekwonu, OT, N.C. State

8. Atlanta Falcons - David Ojabo, EDGE, Michign - David Ojabo is a top tier edge rushing prospect. He was overshadowed by sharing the defensive front with Aidan Hutchinson. That doesn’t take away from the fact that he is a top ten talent himself. Ojabo is a bit raw. This can be a good thing as there is plenty of room for him to develop into an even better pass rusher. It can also be a bad thing if a situation derails his development. He’s 6-foot-5, 250 pounds with the necessary length. He’s going to best be suited as a 3-4 outside linebacker. The Falcons brought the retired Dan Pees back into the league to be their defensive coordinator. Pees has an impressive resume of calling plays in both New England and Baltimore. His defense is structured around a 3-4, but you can’t really put what he does in a box. Either way, the Falcons are in desperate need of a pass rusher and getting a guy who can thrive in Pees’ system would be ideal.

Previous Pick: Nakobe Dean, LB, Georgia

9. Denver Broncos - Matt Corral, QB, Ole Miss - Do I really believe just two quarterbacks will be off the board through the first nine picks? Of course not. There will be teams moving up to get their signal caller of the future. Among them with a hole behind center is the Denver Broncos. If you’ve been following me at all this offseason, you know I’m very high on Corral and believe him to be the best quarterback of the draft. He has shown his ability to improve over the course of his college career with both accuracy and decision making. He’s matured as a passer, knowing when it is necessary to run the ball himself or when he needs to hang in the pocket. I’ve compared him already to both Zach Wilson (last year’s second overall selection) and Jalen Hurts with a better arm. Both are two starting quarterbacks in the NFL and Hurts just led his team to the playoffs. I believe Corral to be better than both of these guys. The Broncos have one of the most developed rosters in the league so I wouldn’t be surprised if they make a play at a free agent quarterback instead of drafting one to develop. However, with just one off the board when they pick, it may be too much for them to pass at nine.

Previous Pick: George Karlaftis, EDGE, Purdue

10. New York Jets via Seattle Seahawks - Derek Stingley Jr., CB, LSU - The Jets, like the New York Giants, have two top ten selections. They already selected their defensive master-piecce in Kyle Hamilton at four, so getting the best corner in the draft at ten would really help Robert Salah as he attempts to build a strong defense in New York. I personally believe Stingley to be a bit overrated due to his inconsistency over the past two seasons after starting the 2019 National Championship game as a true freshman. As this draft process develops, I believe there may be names such as Kaiir Elam or Ahmad Gardner they may be considered over Stingley. Stingley is 6-foot-1 and has good length to play the position. He’s going to be a starting outside corner in the NFL which is obviously what you’re looking for when drafting one in the top ten. Stingley will be the type of guy to follow the opposing team’s best receiver around and has the athleticism and football IQ to hang with them. The Jets are in desperate need of a true number one corner.

Previous Pick: Tyler Linderbaum, C, Iowa

11. Washington Commanders - Sam Howell, QB, North Carolina - The former Washington Football Team has gone on to rebrand and finally name it’s new identity. Now, as the Commanders, they’ll be looking to finally get that franchise type quarterback that has been alluding them for some time now. Many have Howell as the best quarterback in the draft and that’s for good reason. Howell is the most accurate quarterback in the draft and seems to be a good fit in Washington. He doesn’t do anything flashy, but gets the ball to his receivers quickly and accurately. He’s a tough competitor and has some great decision making. He’s a solid athlete as well that can extend the play with his legs, which is a must in today’s NFL. I’m not sure why this seems like a match made in heaven, but something is telling me it is.

Previous Pick: Sam Howell, QB, North Carolina

12. Minnesota Vikings - George Karlaftis, EDGE, Purdue - The Vikings are a team known for their defensive dominance, however, that has not been the case the past few seasons. They’ve done well to develop a nice offense around the likes of Kirk Cousins, Dalvin Cook, Justin Jefferson and more. Now it’s time they invest in their defense. The team brought in Ed Donatell to be their defensive coordinator, who spent the last three years calling plays for that impressive Denver defense. He worked under Vic Fangio in both San Francisco and then Chicago Bears. Although the last three years he ran a 3-4 in Denver, he also was part of a 4-3 defense in seven of his last ten years. We’re unsure what he will do in Minnesota at the time, but if they’re looking for the best bang-for-your-buck at 12, look no further than George Karalaftis. Karlaftis is best suited to be an every down 4-3 defensive end but he’s the top of prospects that play in any scheme. At 6-foot-4 he is a little small to be a stand-up pass rusher in my opinion but he is arguably the best power rusher in this draft.

Previous Pick: Kaiir Elam, CB, Florida

13. Cleveland Browns - Garrett Wilson, WR, Ohio State - The Cleveland Browns need to do something. They ended up getting rid of their best receiver during the season who went on to win a Superbowl. Their offense was flat last year, to say the least. Jarvis Landry is a good receiver, but for a team wanting to be successful, he can’t be your top guy. Wilson is the best receiver in this draft. He’s arguably the best prospect with yards-after-the-catch and has a way of shiftiness about him that makes him very elusive with the ball in his hands. The route running ability he has is amazing for someone coming out of college. There’s a level of route running ability that can’t be taught and that’s what Wilson has. The Browns have done a decent job in finding down-the-field threats later in drafts but they need a guy who can get separation quickly off the line for Baker Mayfield to get the ball out of his hands. A combination of both Wilson and Landry running quick and intermediate routes with safety valves such as Kareem Hunt, Baker shouldn’t have an excuse.

Previous Pick: Garrett Wilson, WR, Ohio State

14. Baltimore Ravens - Bernhard Raimann, OT, Central Michigan - The Ravens must invest in their offensive line to keep Lamar Jackson healthy. Jackson is due for a major pay day soon as he has entered his fifth year option. Starting left tackle Ronnie Stanley has now suffered back-to-back season ending ankle injuries. Baltimore may be forced to look for life beyond Stanley. Raimann is a converted tight-end who has bloomed into one of the nation’s best offensive line prospects. He has the size at 6-foot-7 and 305 pounds. Although he’s raw, his development into an NFL level offensive tackle in just two years proves that he has what it takes and more. There’s a lot of enthusiasm around this guy and it’s obvious why.

Previous Pick: Charles Cross, OT, Mississippi State

15. Philadelphia Eagles via Miami Dolphins - Treylon Burks, WR, Arkansas - Once Garrett Wilson is off the board, it’s tough to tag who should be the second receiver taken. I’m big on Drake London, but the more I study this class, Treylon Burks begins to stick out to me more and more. The Eagles have used many first round picks over the last few years on wide receivers yet only have one capable receiver to show for it. With the speedy and shifty DeVonta Smith on one side, the Eagles could use one of their three first round selections on the 6-foot-3 Burks. Burks is a big bodied receiver who uses his body to shield off defenders and win 50/50 balls. Burks’ hands are his best trait and he has the frame to break tackles and extend the play. He leaves a bit to be desired in route running however. The Eagles could really use a possession type receiver for Jalen Hurts.

Previous Pick: Drake London, WR, USC

16. Philadelphia Eagles via Indianapolis Colts - Kaiir Elam, CB, Florida - I’m one of the biggest Elam guys you’ll find. I personally believe him to be the best corner in the draft. His length at 6-foot-2 is what really sets him apart. He’s best in zone and press coverage. His length, athleticism and eye discipline keeps him within reach of receivers at all times. He’s willing to step up in the running game too and is a consistent tackler. The Eagles did well in bringing in Darius Slay a year ago, but they need to get him his running mate.

Previous Pick: Kinglsey Enagbare, EDGE, South Carolina

17. Los Angeles Chargers - Jordan Davis, DL, Georgia - Jordan Davis is a monster of a man, simply put. At 6-foot-6 and 340 pounds, Davis occupies a lot of space in the middle of the defensive front. The Chargers need to address their defensive line in an effort to retool. Davis doesn’t get to the quarterback much, but that isn’t what his game is about. He’s there to occupy space and draw attention from opposing offensive lineman, allowing the edge rushers purer lanes to the quarterback. Also, plugging holes in the defensive front takes away running lanes. Either way, Davis is a big dog.

Previous Pick: Demarvin Leal, DL, Texas A&M

18. New Orleans Saints - Charles Cross, OT, Mississippi State - The New Orleans Saints are in an odd situation. Do they plan to stay with Jameis Winston post ACL tear? Ian Book didn’t look good in his play and of course Taysom Hill is not the answer. If the Saints are to keep with Winston, they need to give him some protection up front. Cross has the measurables at 6-foot-5 and 305 pounds. He’s best in pass protection, which is ideal for a team that needs to keep their quarterback upright after a season ending surgery. He doesn’t have the pure strength to stop the elite run stoppers but when it comes to pass protection, there may not be anyone better in this draft.

Previous Pick: Chris Olave, WR, Ohio State

19. Philadelphia Eagles - Kingsley Enagbare, EDGE, South Carolina - The Eagles have three top 19 picks and they’re making waves. After getting their next wide receiver and a starting corner, they look to find their next great pass rusher. Enagbare is a “hybrid” type edge rusher that possess a rare combination of length, strength and speed. He translate his speed into strength and can lineup in several defensive fronts. Eagles’ Defensive Coordinator Jonathan Gannon stated previously that he doesn’t have a defensive scheme in a sense. Engabare may be the ideal fit for Gannon to move along the defensive front to get the most out of him.

Previous Pick: Jaquan Brisker, S, Penn State

20. Pittsburgh Steelers - Kenny Pickett, QB, Pittsburgh - This one is still too perfect not to project. Ben Roethlisberger has called it a career and the Steelers are without a starting quarterback for the first time in a very long time. They have Dwayne Haskins in the waiting, but we’ve seen how he’s played previously. Pickett can stay in the city that he’s already captured the hearts of. I’ve compared Pickett to the likes of Derek Carr and if that’s the type of quarterback that the Steelers are getting, they’ll be ecstatic.

Previous Pick: Kenny Pickett, QB, Pittsburgh

21. New England Patriots - Ahmad Gardner, CB, Cincinnati - The Patriots really need to find Mac Jones some receiving help but if Bill Bellichick’s track record of first round receivers shows anything, the Patriots should go a different direction in the first round. They’re weakest overall position in terms of depth is defensive back. They had a surprising cut of Stephon Gilmore during the season and dealt with injuries at the position as well. Gardner could be the best corner in the draft when it’s all said and done, but playing in the AAC doesn’t help that claim. Gardner still did not allow a touchdown during his entire college career and allowed less than 100 yards last season during the team’s historic run to the College Football Playoffs. He has the length at 6-foot-2 to play corner at the next level.

Previous Pick: Roger McCreary, CB, Auburn

22. Las Vegas Raiders - Jameson Williams, WR, Alabama - There’s no denying that the Raiders love speed. They made Henry Ruggs III the first receiver taken in the 2020 draft with names such as Ceedee Lamb, Justin Jefferson and Jerry Jeudy left on the board. With that being said, Williams may be the best receiver in the draft but tore his ACL in the National Championship Game. Players recover just fine from this type of injury and surgery these days. Williams will be fine and is still a first round talent, even with a bum knee. He has high 4.3 speed and can take the top off of defenses. The Raiders need a playmaker and Williams is just that.

Previous Pick: Jordan Davis, DL, Georgia

23. Arizona Cardinals - Roger McCreary, CB, Auburn - I’m a big McCreary fan. I always say, SEC players are the best to judge because they play NFL talent week in and week out. McCreary is being slept on a bit in my opinion. His reactive athleticism may be the best in the draft among defensive backs. He’s an elite athlete that also has decent length for the position. He also is a willing and sure tackler, not afraid to get involved in the run game. Due to this, he can play both inside and outside. That type of versatility is hard to find and for a defense with several holes to cover, McCreary is an ideal pick.

Previous Pick: Trent McDuffie, CB, Washington

24. Dallas Cowboys - Drake London, WR, USC - The Dallas Cowboys have done an excellent job in building their defense behind the mastermind of Dan Quinn. The Cowboys already have a bunch of money tied up in Amari Cooper and Dak Prescott. Coopers’ future with the team is unclear at this time so the Cowboys could look to find a much cheaper replacement. Drake London was dealing with a season ending injury that saw him play just eight games. In those eight games, he still managed to lead the nation in contested catches with 19. He also caught 88 balls for over 1,000 yards. The 6-foot-5 receiver is a matchup nightmare.

Previous Pick: Ahmad Gardner, CB, Cincinnati

25. Buffalo Bills - Tyler Linderbaum, C, Iowa - Tyler Linderbaum is arguably the best offensive lineman in the entire draft. The problem for him, he doesn’t play tackle. Linderbaum is still a special talent. He can play nearly every position on the offensive front in the NFL. He’ll ideally serve best as a center or guard. Centers are extremely important to any offensive line, especially one trying to block for a team that throws as much as the Bills, or one run blocking for Josh Allen. The Bills could use a big boost to their offensive line and add what could be a generational talent at center this late in the draft.

Previous Pick: Trevor Penning, OT, Iowa

26. Tennessee Titans - Nakobe Dean, LB, Georgia - The hit to Dean’s game is his size. He’s built more like a safety than an inside linebacker. He’s 6 foot even and 225 pounds. He’s more of this hybrid type of linebacker who can play in various defensive positions. Dean plays the position faster than anyone in the draft and that is what helped the Georgia Bulldogs to a National title. Dean is just as good at stopping the run as he is in dropping back into coverage. He’s much like Isaiah Simmons, a player who can do it all on the defensive side of the ball.

Previous Pick: Devin Lloyd, LB, Utah

27. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Chris Olave, WR, Ohio State - There is about to be a big swing of things in Tampa Bay. With Tom Brady announcing his retirement, Chris Godwin entering free agency fresh off an ACL tear, Antonio Brown being Antonio Brown and the inevitable of Rob Gronkowski re-retiring as well. Who knows what the Bucs’ plan to do at quarterback, but they need to get Mike Evans a running mate for whomever the signal caller is. Olave may be the best route running receiver in the draft. He’s explosive off the line and gets into his cuts quickly, making himself an easy target underneath. He’s the perfect replacement for much cheaper than what an injured Chris Gowdin would cost.

Previous Pick: Jahan Dotson, WR, Penn State

28. Green Bay Packers - George Pickens, WR, Georgia - If the quarterback is Aaron Rodgers or Jordan Love, it’s about time this team gets help on the outside. We’ve been saying this for years. Maybe it’s the threat of losing Rodgers for good or getting their quarterback of the future in Love, another target. This also goes with the fact that superstar receiver Davante Adams is an unrestricted free agent. Let’s assume the team retains Adams. Pickens would be an ideal opposite receiver. He has great downfield speed, agility and body control. He’s got length on his wiry 6-foot-3 frame but can also be moved around by stronger defensive backs. With the big body possession receiver in Adams on one side, Pickens’ ability to take the top off a defense is ideal.

Previous Pick: David Ojabo, EDGE, Michigan

29. Miami Dolphins via San Francisco 49ers - Kenyon Green, OL, Texas A&M - Kenyon Green is arguably the best guard prospect in this draft. What sets Green apart though is that he can play both guard positions and right tackle in the NFL. He’s played every position, except center, across the offensive line at Texas A&M. He’s a true “road grader” in the run game. Green possesses the quickness to be a great inside pass protector. His versatility really is the key here and for an offense trying to make it work with a left handed quarterback, a stout line is important.

Previous Pick: Bernhard Raimann, OT, Central Michigan

30. Kansas City Chiefs - Jaquan Brisker, S, Penn State - The Chiefs will need to find ways to be salary friendly moving forward. With Patrick Mahomes’ near $36 million cap hit for this year, the Chiefs will be forced to move on from some key players. One of those players is Tyrann Mathieu. Mathieu will almost certainly draw a big contract, something the Chiefs simply cannot take on. With that being said, they’ll seek a cheaper replacement via the draft. Enter Brisker. If it wasn’t for the freak that is Kyle Hamilton, Brisker could be the best safety in this draft. Brisker is a fire-starting type of player, who plays with a lot of energy and intensity. He’s a catalyst in other terms. He’s another “do it all” type of defender, which we’re seeing more and more of coming into the NFL. He’ll best fit in as a free safety, but there’s no way to put one tag on what Brisker can do.

Previous Pick: Lewis Cine, S, Georgia

31. Cincinnati Bengals - Daniel Faalele, OT, Minnesota - This is simple. The Bengals must draft the best offensive line prospect available at nearly every pick they own. Picking here at 31, they’ll still get their shot at a pretty good talent. Faalele a freakishly large athlete standing at 6-foot-8 and 380 pounds. He sat out the 2020 season which cost him valuable snaps, but he still showed great signs of improvement in 202. Faalele is still raw and has many areas of needed improvement, but if the Bengals hit on him with this pick, they’ll be over the moon.

Previous Pick: Kenyon Green, OG, Texas A&M

32. Detroit Lions via Los Angeles Rams - Desmond Ridder, QB, Cincinnati - The Lions acquired this pick from the Rams by trading now Superbowl winning quarterback Matthew Stafford. After getting arguably the best overall player in the draft with the second pick, the Lions can swing for the fences here with what could be a homerun of a selection. Desmond Ridder is an interesting prospect after leading Cincinnati to the National Championship Final Four. Ridder is the definition of a dual-threat quarterback. He has the size at 6-foot-4 and 215 pounds to play the position. He’s been a four year starter at Cincinnati, meaning he is battle tested and developed. He’s improved with every season with the Bearcats as both a passer and a runner. He’ll need some time to develop and with Jared Goff in Detroit, it may be an ideal location for Ridder to land.

Previous Pick: Malik Willis, QB, Liberty

Second Round

33. Jacksonville Jaguars - Jahan Dotson, WR, Penn State

34. Detroit Lions - Drake Jackson, EDGE, USC

35. New York Jets - Khalil Shakir, WR, Boise State

36. New York Giants - Trey McBride, TE, Colorado State

37. Houston Texans - Andrew Booth Jr., CB, Clemson

38. New York Jets via Carolina Panthers - Trevor Penning, OT, Iowa

39. Chicago Bears - Justyn Ross, WR, Clemson

40. Denver Broncos - Jermaine Johnson II, EDGE, Florida State

41. Seattle Seahawks - Nicholas Petit-Frere, OL, Ohio State

42. Washington Commanders - Zion Johnson, OL, Boston College

43. Atlanta Falcons - Trent McDuffie, CB, Washington

44. Cleveland Browns - Demarvin Leal, DL, Texas A&M

45. Baltimore Ravens - Travon Walker, DL, Georgia

46. Minnesota Vikings - Derion Kendrick, CB, Georgia

47. Indianapolis Colts - David Bell, WR, Purdue

48. Los Angeles Chargers - Chad Muma, LB, Wyoming

49. New Orleans Saints - John Metchie III, WR, Alabama

50. Miami Dolphins - Myjai Sanders, EDGE, Cincinnati

51. Philadelphia Eagles - Jalen Pitre, S, Baylor

52. Pittsburgh Steelers - Max Mitchell, OL, Louisiana

53. Las Vegas Raiders - Logan Hall, DL, Houston

54. New England Patriots - Christian Watson, WR, North Dakota State

55. Arizona Cardinals - Arnold Ebiketie, EDGE, Penn State

56. Dallas Cowboys - Josh Jobe, CB, Alabama

57. Buffalo Bills - Devonte Wyatt, DL, Georgia

58. Atlanta Falcons via Tennessee Titans - Darian Kinnard, OL, Kentucky

59. Green Bay Packers - Nik Bonitto, EDGE, Oklahoma

60. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Thayer Munford, OL, Ohio State

61. San Francisco 49ers - Martin Emerson, CB, Mississippi State

62 . Kansas City Chiefs - Jeramine Waller, CB, Virginia Tech

63. Cincinnati Bengals - Chris Paul, OL, Tulsa

64. Denver Broncos via Los Angeles Rams - Quay Walker, LB, Georgia

Third Round

65. Jacksonville Jaguars - Mario Goodrich, CB, Clemson

66. Detroit Lions - Jalen Tolbert, WR, South Alabama

67. New York Giants - Carson Strong, QB, Nevada

68. Houston Texans - Isaiah Spiller, RB, Texas A&M

69. New York Jets - Jalen Wydermyer, TE, Texas A&M

70. Jacksonville Jaguars via Carolina Panthers - Sam Williams, EDGE, Ole Miss

71. Chicago Bears - Abraham Lucas, OT, Washington State

72. Seattle Seahawks - Alontae Taylor, CB, Tennessee

73. Washington Commanders - Erik Ezukanma, WR, Texas Tech

74. Atlanta Falcons - Breece Hall, RB, Iowa State

75. Denver Broncos - Daxton Hill, S, Michigan

76. Baltimore Ravens - Christian Harris, LB, Georgia

77. Minnesota Vikings - Damone Clark, LB, LSU

78. Cleveland Browns - Lewis Cine, S, Georgia

79. Los Angeles Chargers - Danny Gray, WR, SMU

80. Houston Texans via New Orleans Saints - Cameron Thomas, DL, San Diego State

81. New York Giants via Miami Dolphins - DeAngelo Malone, EDGE, Western Kentucky

82. Indianapolis Colts - Tre Williams, EDGE, Ohio State

83. Philadelphia Eagles - Sean Rhyan, OL, UCLA

84. Pittsburgh Steelers - Channing Tindall, LB, Georgia

85. New England Patriots - John Ross, LB, Michigan

86. Las Vegas Raiders - Luke Fortner, OT, Kentucky

87. Arizona Cardinals - Phidarian Mathis, DL, Alabama

88. Dallas Cowboys - Cole Turner, TE, Nevada

89. Buffalo Bills - Wan'Dale Robinson, WR, Kentucky

90. Tennessee Titans - Jamaree Salyer, OL, Georgia

91. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Mykael Wright, CB, Oregon

92. Green Bay Packers - Coby Bryant, CB, Cincinnati

93. San Francisco 49ers - Dishon McNary, CB, Central Michigan

94. Kansas City Chiefs - Alec Pierce, WR, Cincinnati

95. Cincinnati Bengals - Cade Otton, TE, Washington

96. Denver Broncos via Los Angeles Rams - Luke Goedeke, OL, Central Michigan

97. Detroit Lions - Bryan Cook, S, Cincinnati

98. Cleveland Browns - Adam Anderson, LB, Georgia

99. Baltimore Ravens - Micheal Clemons, EDGE, Texas A&M

100. New Orleans Saints - Bailey Zappe, QB, Western Kentucky

101. Miami Dolphins via San Francisco 49ers - Terrel Bernard, LB, Baylor

102. Kansas City Chiefs - Kenneth Walker III, RB, Michigan State

103. Los Angeles Rams - Dylan Parham, OL, Memphis

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