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  1. An explanation on why you feel like that might actually do something to change my mind, but until then agree to disagree. Aaron Donald is "undersized"
  2. Maybe explain a bit, I don't want to jump the gun with a response when I don't totally understand where you are coming from. You don't feel connor is a feature back? Too injury prone? I see them taking a RB, but later.
  3. Interesting take on henderson, and probably fair. Kinlaws injury issues may scare people but I don't think he makes it past ATL either.
  4. WR def seems possible, I understand your feedback
  5. True maybe Jax would have to give up 20 and keep the rams pick next year, that's a fair assessment. I figured they wouldn't agree to that though, and detroit would take the offer because YG makes them better this year than anyone they get at 3, and makes them better in the future too.
  6. Maybe they would have to give up more, I rated Yannick out like 15th overall this year. then another 4th and a first next year. I don't think detroit will have many takers, and I think they are better off with that trade than staying at 3. Not sure I agree with the bengals being deep and talented there already, but I could see an argument for WR. Boyd I believe is in his last year? Ross injury riddled... Green getting up there...yea I could definitely agree with that.
  7. You're getting one of the premier pass rushers in the nfl and a first next year. You don't think Ngakuoe is worth say pick 15 this year? Buckner inked the 13th pick.
  8. Kind of hard to make a blanket statement like that when plenty of wrs picked early have worked out, although I agree just as many have not. Still, treadwell is treadwell, jefferson is jefferson. Better player, different player, different year... so I can't say I agree.
  9. Trade Chart References: JJ: https://www.drafttek.com/NFL-Trade-Value-Chart.asp RH: https://www.drafttek.com/NFL-Trade-Value-Chart-Rich-Hill.asp 1. Bengals: Joe Burrow, QB, LSU Until anyone hears differently, this seems to be the consensus first overall pick 2. Redskins: Chase Young, Edge, Ohio State Seems like Washington is content to stay put and select Young, can’t blame them. 3. Jaguars via Lions (Yannick Ngakoue, 137, Rams 2021 1st for 3): Tua Tagovailoa, QB, Alabama Wow, OK so I don’t see the chargers or dolphins moving up. Miami, from everything I’ve read seems fine with going Herbert. LA could then see if Tua falls, which he would if there are no other trade partners, or just take Love at 6. So I think Detrioit goes fishing, and maybe if they don’t have to give up anything this year other than a 4th along with the Rams extra first which won’t be too high, Jax would bite on this. It’s a good fit because they are OK with Minshew playing for as long as they need him to while Tua sits, but no one would be up in arms about Ttua replacing him at some point in the season. If Minshew plays well, they can probably get a second round pick back for him next year, and only end up dropping 20-30 picks or so from where the Rams pick would have been. Meanwhile, Detroit who is in “win now” or at least “get a lot better” mode, adds a playmaker at pass rusher who probably makes them better than anyone they can get at this pick for this season. If you rate out Y.N. as a first round pick, I’m considering that 1000 pts on the JJ model, 300 on the RH. Same rating for the rams first, where the 3rd overall is 2200 and 514 on the JJ and RH models. 137 is 37.5 and 15 respectively. That means on the JJ scale, Jags win this trade +162.5, on the RH, they lose -100... so it’s about right there. 4. Giants: Isaiah Simmons, LB, Clemson I would not be surprised if Jedrick Wills is the pick (factoring in the judge-alabama connection), yet it would be foolish for them to pass an arguably the second best player in the draft at #4 from a value standpoint, especially with a swiss cheese defense. They didn’t pass on Barkley for need, I don’t see them passing on Simmons either. For me there are only 3 scenarios – Simmons, Wills, or trade out. Can’t see any other pick. 5. Dolphins: Justin Herbert, QB, Oregon Miami seems content to take to take Herbert. Maybe we are surprised and this is Love, but I don’t see Miami wasting it’s capital to go get Tua when they like Herbert just as much and give up nothing to get him… if that’s true and it isn’t a smoke screen. 6. Chargers: Jordan Love, QB, Utah State I don’t see Green Bay or New England with enough assets to be able to trade up here. That said, it’s possible that a team does go up and get him this high, and I do think SD wants to move back, but for now I don’t see anyone with the assets to go get either Love or Derrick brown here so I think they’ll just take him like the giants did with jones last year. 7. Carolina Panthers: Derrick Brown, DL, Auburn Another team that will listen to offers, but I don’t see anything being as good as taking a top tier defensive lineman like brown here, who I have as my #4A overall player behind Young, Simmons, & Burrow and tied with Okudah. 4th best player at 7 is great value. 8. Dolphins via Cardinals (18, 56, 141 for 8): Tristan Wirfs, OL, Iowa Arizona, not having a second round pick, is a prime candidate to trade down I think. The dolphins have an extra second to give, so they move up to get their choice of LT to protect Herbert, instead of hoping one of the top 3 falls to them at 18. I think Wills is the better prospect, but Wirf’s athleticism is intriguing and could make him the top tackle selected. Miami is in a true re-build and therefore has time to wait on the potential. Trade value here is is +124.5 for Mia on the JJ model and +7 on the RH model. Dallas is another team to watch to trade to this spot to snag Okudah ahead of Jax, but ultimately Miami has more to offer. 9. Jaguars: Jeff Okudah, CB, Ohio State After landing Tua and retaining their first rounders this year, the Jags look to address the secondary in the post Buoye Ramsey world. 4th overall player (tie) at 9 is tremendous. 10. Browns: Jedrick Wills, OT, Alabama I think Denver will talk to Cleveland about moving up for a wr, but ultimately the asking price is a bit high for a team that needs their picks to get better as a contender in the AFC west. If it was a light WR class, maybe they do it, but it’s arguably the deepest WR class we’ve ever seen. That said, Cleveland stands pat and fills their LT spot with the best tackle in the draft IMO. 11. Jets: Andrew Thomas, OT, Georgia People have been speculating WR here, but I know Joe Douglas has been quoted saying there is a lack of good offensive lineman in the NFL, and I believe that if he sees one he thinks can be elite, he won’t pass them. This is a deep WR class where he can get one later on. I do think they like Perriman’s potential still too. Thomas is plug and play at either tackle position, and is more pro-ready than a Mekhi Becton. With Sam going into his third year, there is more pressure on this organization to give him tools to win now before he would be due for either a pay day or release, Thomas helps accomplish that more than any other player I think. 12. Raiders: CeeDee Lamb, WR, Oklahoma We saw this year what a big playmaker like Darren Waller can do in this Gruden offense, now you add one outside with the combination of a run game, and this offense is qb play away from being very, very good. Jeudy is a better route runner and probably slightly better overall but I think Lamb would make more of an impact in this offense – although I am interested in Raider’s fan feedback on who you would go with. 13. 49ers via Colts: Jerry Jeudy, WR, Alabama SF is a prime trade down candidate also, yet with Jeudy falling into their lap I’m not sure they could pass on that unless an offer really blew them away, which I don’t see. 14. Buccaneers: Josh Jones, OT, Houston A little bit of a surprise here. I think Jones is a better pass protector than Becton, and he’s more ready to do so now. Becton has huge upside, but his tape doesn’t really show top half of round one play. Maybe Jones’s doesn’t either, but Tampa needs someone more ready to play rather than a developmental prospect who will need time and coaching which I think gets Jones the nod. 15. Broncos: Henry Ruggs III, WR, Alabama Staying put pays off, and they get their speed WR to compliment Cortland Sutton and help Lock develop. My guess is if Lock doesn’t work out, Elway could be gone, so I see him doing everything he can to prove he didn’t waste this second round pick last year and yet another QB. 16. Falcons: Javon Kinlaw, DL, South Carolina The falcons have some work to do on the defensive side of the ball. They could end up going with Henderson which would make sense, or Chaisson (who I think is the most over-rated prospect in the draft and could fall to round 2), but ultimately Kinlaw is the best defensive player available here and so they add him to further beef up the rotation. You just really can’t have enough defensive lineman, and even with the bigger need in the second level, Kinlaw is just a better player than those 2. 17. Cowboys: CJ Henderson, CB, Florida After losing Byron Jones, I think Dallas has to make this pick or their secondary is going to get shredded by the elite offenses in the NFL, which will keep them from being a true contender. 18. Cardinals via Dolphins via Steelers: Mekhi Becton, OT, Louisville An ideal fit, that they may very well end up taking at 8 if they don’t trade. Becton’s raw talent fits the situation here and 18 is about right for him. Getting him plus the extra second is a HR for the Cards. My tackle rankings are like so 1A. Wills, 1B. Wirfs, 2. Thomas 3A. Jones 3B. Becton. 19. Vikings via Raiders via Bears (22, 58, 205 for 19 & 81): Justin Jefferson, WR, LSU The raiders convert their extra third into a second (which they don’t have currently) to only move down a few spots. The Vikings meanwhile leapfrog the Eagles to grab what could end up a better version of Stefon Diggs in Justin Jefferson. +40 for LV on JJ, +13 for LV on RH 20. Jaguars via Rams: Antoine Winfield Jr., S, Minnesota Jags continue to rebuild the defense. Kind of a tough pick to predict here, they could go Chaisson but he’s a poor man’s Josh Allen so I don’t know if that makes sense. Kenneth Murray is the BPA to me on D but he would play SAM here, and I’m not sure the 20th pick is worth a 2-down player in the eyes of the Jaguars org. 21. Eagles: Patrick Queen, LB, LSU After missing out on the top WRs, rather than reach in a deep class I think they would opt for a 3 down rangy LB which is something they desperately need. Then they address WR in round 2. 22. Raiders via Vikings via Bills: Kenneth Murray, LB, Oklahoma Gaining a run stopping interior defender who brings a leadership presence would be a nice way to end the Vontaze Burfict run. It’s yet to be seen if Murray can play in space, but the Raiders org never seems to mind what others think, they go get the guys they like. 23. Patriots: K’Lavon Chaisson, OLB, LSU Adding a player like Chaisson who can probably play OLB in a 43 in addition to a 34 would be a good fit for the hybrid looks they run. It’s amazing how well the defense played last year when you look at the lack of talent on paper. Chaisson might be the BPA at this point, and no QB is worth this pick. They've shown they like to take their shot on undersized tweeners. 24. Saints: Jonathan Taylor, RB, Wisconsin If Kenneth Murray or Patrick Queen make it here, I could see that being the pick. But with them not falling, I think NO would realize that Latavius Murray is 30 years old (which is death to RB production), Drew Brees is 40+, and reinventing the attack they had when Ingram was there could help them close out tight games. The team really doesn’t have any holes now that they added Emmanuel Sanders, and I do think they take a WR early but I could see them seeing Taylor as making them better right now to try and win a title. 25. Vikings: Kristian Fulton, CB, LSU With so many departures at the CB position this offseason, it seems likely they’ll try and replenish there with an early pick. Austin Jackson is another pick to watch here, but I think Fulton is a better player. Jackson really needs some time to develop where Fulton could be plug and play. 26. Dolphins via Texans: Xavier McKinney, S, Alabama Mckinney has been closely linked to the dolphins from what I have read, so if available it seems he will be the pick, possibly at 18 if they don’t trade up like I predict. Ashtyn Davis is the other player to watch, especially if McKinney is gone. 27. Seattle Seahawks: Yetur Gross-Matos, Edge, Penn State Bruce Irvin is back, yet they could use another end presence that is better against the run than Irvin is. Seattle doesn’t have a lot of needs, and Gross-Matos is probably the BPA 28. Baltimore Ravens: Cesar Ruiz, OL, Michigan With Marshall Yanda calling it a career, this run oriented offense needs some new talent to come in and make holes for the reigning MVP and league leading rushing attack. Zach Baun is another often-mocked possibility, but I think they are committed to the offensive line in trying to get a title while Lamar is on his rookie deal. 29. Browns via Titans (41 & 74 for 29): Justin Madubuike, DL, Texas A&M Tennessee IMO is going to look to move down. The browns, in a division where defending the rub is paramount, move up to take a DT. They have an extra third round pick that allows them to do this, and it helps address one of the weaker spots on the defense. I’ve read 20% of every trade up in round 1 is for a defensive lineman, so here it is as there have been none thus far. Trade is +7 Tenn on the RH, +70 Tenn on the JJ model. Also from an analytics standpoint, which we know the browns are super heavy on, Madubuike is one of the top 5 rated players in terms of likely success in this draft, based on production, size, and athleticism, and round 1 gets them an extra year of him not on big money should it pan out. 30. Packers: Brandon Aiyuk, WR, Arizona State Green bay could really use a receiver that can stretch the defense and open up some route running lanes for Davante Adams. ILB is also a need and if Kenneth Murray was here I think they jump on him. 31. San Francisco 49ers: Jaylon Johnson, CB, Utah With an aging Richard Sherman and not a lot of depth otherwise, SF is likely to address the secondary. Johnson is shooting up boards late right now. 32. Kansas City Chiefs: AJ Terrell, CB, Clemson The chiefs corner situation is in really bad shape, I realize Deandre Swift here could be enticing, but the chiefs should stay disciplined and work on their defense, then grab a RB later on when it’s a better value. I think they are smart enough to do that. ROUND 2 33. Bengals – Neville Gallimore, DT, Oklahoma Defending the run in this division is of utmost importance 34. Colts – Ashtyn Davis, S, California Completes the secondary opposite Mailk Hooker 35. Lions – Damon Arnette, CB, Ohio State Everyone thought OSU corner round 1, comes in round 2 instead 36. Giants – Denzel Mims, WR, Baylor An elite playmaker outside could be hugely impactful for Daniel Jones 37. Chargers - Austin Jackson, OT, USC Potential RT starter with LT upside for the future if he can be developed 38. Panthers – Jeff Gladney, CB, TCU In this division, you must be able to cover 39. Dolphins - Lloyd Cushenberry III, OC/OG, LSU Putting an offensive line together for a young QB shows to be their top priority 40. Texans - Ross Blacklock, DL, TCU Depth up front is something this defense could benefit from greatly 41. Titans via Browns – Isaiah Wilson, OT, Georgia With Conklin leaving, competition for RT will be a good thing 42. Jaguars – Raekwon Davis, DL, Alabama With Ngakuoe and Campbell both gone, rebuilding the DL will be important 43. Bears – Grant Delpit, S, LSU Defense, at least on paper, is safety and cb depth away from Elite 44. Colts – Laviska Shenault, WR, Colorado They need another outside playmaker to compliment TY 45. Bucs – Deandre Swift, RB, Georgia No secret the bucs have been trying to upgrade RB for a while 46. Broncos – Noah Igbinoghene, CB, Auburn Secondary depth will be important for the Broncos to sustain given the departures 47. Falcons – Trevon Diggs, CB, Alabama Replacing Desmond Trufant is a must 48. Jets – Jalen Reagor, WR, TCU Will serve to help fill the void left by Robby Anderson 49. Steelers – Tee Higgins, WR, Clemson Too good a talent to pass on here, playing opposite Juju 50. Bears - Amik Robertson, CB, Louisiana Tech They can now spend the rest of the draft acquiring blocking and receiving talent… higher than people think but he’s going to go round 2 51. Cowboys – Cole Kmet, TE, Notre Dame With Jason Witten now gone for good, there’s a new era in Dallas 52. Rams – Zach Baun, LB, Wisconsin A steal this late, LA plugs up a hole on D 53. Eagles – KJ Hamler, WR, Penn State Desean Jackson type playmaker to stretch the field 54. Bills – AJ Epenesa, DE, Iowa Helps replace Shaq Lawson, another steal this late 55. Ravens – J.K Dobbins, RB, Ohio State Making a strengths stronger seems to work here 56. Cardinals – Marlon Davidson, DL, Auburn OL then DL is likely for an organization well equipped with skill players already 57. Rams via Texans - Tyler Biadasz, C, Wisconsin RB or WR is tempting but infusing youth into the Oline also makes a lot of sense for the long term 58. Raiders via Vikings – Prince Tega Wanogho, OT, Auburn Oline is good but lacks depth, and after picking 2 skill position deepening the trenches should be a priority 59. Seahawks - Jeremy Chinn, S, Southern Illinois A Kam Chancellor sized safety could be a nice fit in certain packages for this D 60. Ravens - Michael Pittman Jr., WR, USC Late round steel, not the biggest need but great value 61. Titans – Jordan Elliot, DL, Missouri Continuing to build up the DL will move this D towards elite 62. Packers – Matt Peart, OT, UConn OL development, especially at tackle, seems wise given the current situation. 63. Chiefs – Cam Akers, RB, Florida State KC get’s a potential do it all RB 64. Seahawks - Lucas Niang, OT, TCU Seattle’s RT position could use some competition
  10. 1. Bengals: Joe Burrow, QB, LSU 2. Dolphins via Redskins (5, 26, 56, 2021 2nd for 2): Tua Tagovailoa, QB, Alabama 3. Lions: Chase Young, Edge, Ohio State 4. Giants: Jedrick Wills, OT, Alabama 5. Redskins via Dolphins: Mekhi Becton, OT, Louisville 6. Denver via Chargers (15, 46, 95 for 6): Jerry Jeudy, WR, Alabama 7. Carolina Panthers: Isaiah Simmons, LB, Clemson 8. Arizona Cardinals: Tristan Wirfs, OL, Iowa 9. Jacksonville Jaguars: Jeff Okudah, CB, Ohio State 10. Cleveland Browns: Derrick Brown, DL, Auburn 11. New York Jets: Andrew Thomas, OT, Georgia 12. Raiders: CeeDee Lamb, WR, Oklahoma 13. 49ers via Colts: Javon Kinlaw, DL, South Carolina 14. Vikings via Tampa Bay Buccaneers (22 & 25 for 14 & 76): Henry Ruggs III, WR, Alabama 15. Chargers via Denver Broncos: Jordan Love, QB, Utah State 16. Atlanta Falcons: Kenneth Murray, LB, Oklahoma 17. Dallas Cowboys: CJ Henderson, CB, Florida 18. Dolphins via Steelers: Josh Jones, OT, Houston 19. Raiders via Bears: Kristian Fulton, CB, LSU 20. Jaguars via Rams: Xavier McKinney, S, Alabama 21. Eagles: Justin Jefferson, WR, LSU 22. Bucs via Vikings via Bills: Austin Jackson, OT, USC 23. Patriots: Patrick Queen, LB, LSU 24. Saints: Denzel Mims, WR, Baylor 25. Bucs via Minnesota Vikings: Justin Herbert, QB, Oregon 26. Redskins via Dolphins via Texans: Cesar Ruiz, OL, Michigan 27. Seattle Seahawks: Yetur Gross-Matos, Edge, Penn State 28. Baltimore Ravens: Jonathan Taylor, RB, Wisconsin 29. Titans: K’Lavon Chaisson, EDGE, LSU 30. Packers: Laviska Shenault, WR, Colorado 31. San Francisco 49ers: Trevon Diggs, CB, Alabama 32. Kansas City Chiefs: Ross Blacklock, DL, TCU
  11. Couple of surprises here, the draft never goes according to plan and so I tried to reflect that with some guys falling out of round 1, while others maybe making a surprise appearance. I also threw in a few trades. 1. Bengals: Joe Burrow, QB, LSU - barring a trade, this is obvious 2. Redskins: Chase Young, Edge, Ohio State - No QB, it's a smoke screen 3. Lions: Jeff Okudah, CB, Ohio State - if they stay put this seems to be the logical pick especially after losing slay 4. Giants: Mekhi Becton, OT, Louisville - they'll consider Simmons but ultimately have to protect jones 5. Dolphins: Tua Tagovailoa, QB, Alabama - seems destined 6. Raiders via Chargers (#12, #80, 2021 2nd and 4th for #6, 2021 6th): Isaiah Simmons, LB, Clemson - I know people might not like this, LA can afford to move down and get one of the 2 QBs, while LV gets a stud defender 7. Carolina Panthers: Derrick Brown, DL, Auburn - with simmons gone Brown is liekly the next best player on defense 8. Arizona Cardinals: Tristan Wirfs, OL, Iowa - an Athletic tackle should be just what Kyler needs for a potential breakout year 9. Jacksonville Jaguars: Javon Kinlaw, DL, South Carolina - should fit right into calais campbell's old post, BPA arguably 10. Cleveland Browns: Jedrick Wills, OT, Alabama - New book ends in wills and Conklin should help this offense get back on track 11. New York Jets: Josh Jones, OT, Houston - little bit of a surprise here, but I think Jones is better than people think and Douglas knows his O-line prospects. Maybe I'm wrong, but stranger things have happened. 12. Chargers via Raiders: Jordan Love, QB, Utah State - they opt for the poor man's mahomes over the potentially better version of phillip rivers 13. 49ers via Colts: CJ Henderson, CB, Florida - they would want to move down here I think, but with no good offers, a need at CB, and CB needy teams coming up I think this is where they would go in this spot 14. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Andrew Thomas, OT, Georgia - protect TB12 15. Denver Broncos: Justin Herbert, QB, Oregon - Surprise - I know they say they are in on Lock, but did he really show enough to give you supreme faith? They don't have their QB, why not keep trying and have an open competition? Maybe they go WR here, but I do expect all 4 rnd 1 QB prospects to go top 20, and maybe another at the end of the round 16. Atlanta Falcons: Trevon Diggs, CB, Alabama - Secondary is in bad shape in ATL 17. Dallas Cowboys: Kristian Fulton, CB, LSU - See the Falcons 18. Dolphins via Steelers: Jerry Jeudy, WR, Alabama - Pairs with Tua once again 19. Raiders via Bears: CeeDee Lamb, WR, Oklahoma - Big Bodied WR for Carr's last chance 20. Packers via Jaguars via Rams (#30, #136, 2021 2nd & 5th for #20): Kenneth Murray, LB, Oklahoma - GB lost a lot at LB this year, and Murray won't last to 30. I think moving up for a defensive leader is worth it. Maybe it's too much to give up, I'm sure you'll all tell me. 21. Eagles: Henry Ruggs III, WR, Alabama - Targets for Wentz needed 22. Vikings (via Buffalo Bills): Justin Jefferson, WR, LSU - replaces Diggs 23. Patriots: Patrick Queen, LB, LSU - Fits right in as a versatile defender 24. Dolphins via Saints (#26, #141, #247 for #24): Austin Jackson, OT, USC - They jump the vikings to get a replacement for Laremy and protection for Tua 25. Minnesota Vikings: A.J. Terrell, CB, Clemson - Minny loves their corners... 26. Saints via Dolphins via Texans: Denzel Mims, WR, Baylor - probably early but Payton is confident he can develop this raw talent 27. Seattle Seahawks: Yetur Gross-Matos, Edge, Penn State - Fills a glaring need for Seattle and fits the general mold there from a size perspective, maybe even is a little small 28. Baltimore Ravens: Cesar Ruiz, OL, Michigan - with Yanda retiring, guard is essential for this run based attack 29. Cowboys via Titans (#51, #82, #179 and 2021 2nd for #29 & #243): Xavier McKinney, S, Alabama - Dallas is going for it, signing everyone but jones, they rebuild the secondary here in round 1 30. Jaguars via Packers: Jeff Gladney, CB, TCU - the secondary now needs reinforcements after Ramsey and Buoye have departed 31. San Francisco 49ers: A.J. Epenesa, Edge, Iowa - Steps in for Buckner 32. Kansas City Chiefs: Ross Blacklock, DL, TCU - Developmental DL prospect as insurance for if Chris Jones can't be resigned, lots of upside.
  12. Yea - they do get the earlier 2019 pick though, and then the second trade down is because why not grab a extra few picks because you've already had 2 picks in round 1. A team looking to move in for a QB there is possible also, and in that scenario I could see them giving up next year's first rounder like you say.
  13. Their GM is just so notorious for stockpiling corners, I don't necessarily agree with it but I understand he's probably taking one in the second or third round.
  14. I didn't have time to write up explanations, I will try before tomorrow if I can. Here's the final, enjoy: 1. Arizona - Kyler Murray, QB, Oklahoma 2. San Francisco - Quinnen Williams, DL, Alabama 3. NY Jets - Nick Bosa, DE, OSU 4. Oakland - Ed Oliver, DT, Houston 5. Tampa Bay - Devin White, LB, LSU 6. NY Giants - Josh Allen, EDGE, Kentucky 7. Jacksonville – Jawaan Taylor, OT, Florida 8. Detroit – T.J Hockenson, TE, Iowa 9. Buffalo – Jonah Williams, OL, Alabama 10. Washington via Denver – Dwayne Haskins, QB, OSU Washington receive #10, #71, Denver receives #15, #46, #96 11. Cincinnati – Devin Bush, LB, Michigan 12. Raiders via GB – Drew Lock, QB, Missouri Oakland Receives #12, 2020 conditional 5-7 rounder, GB receives #23, #27 13. Miami – Clelin Ferrel, EDGE, Clemson 14. Atlanta – Rashan Gary, DL, Michigan 15. Denver via Washington – Chris Lindstrom, OG, Boston College 16. Carolina – Montez Sweat, EDGE, MSU 17. NY Giants – Jeffery Simmons, DL, MSU 18. Minnesota – Andre Dillard, OT, Washington State 19. Tennessee – Cody Ford, OL, Oklahoma 20. Pittsburgh – Byron Murphy, CB, Washington 21. Seattle – Darnell Savage, S, Maryland 22. Baltimore – Garrett Bradbury, OL, NC State 23. Philadelphia via Houston – Marquise Brown, WR, Oklahoma Philadelphia receives #23, Houston Receives #25, #127 24. Green Bay via Oakland – Erik McCoy, OL, Texas A&M 25. Houston via Philadelphia – Kaleb McGary, OT, Washington 26. Indianapolis – Christian Wilkins, DL, Clemson 27. Green Bay via Oakland Raiders – Noah Fant, TE, Iowa 28. LA Chargers– Dexter Lawrence, DT, Clemson 29. Seattle– Brian Burns, EDGE, FSU 30. Tampa Bay via Green Bay – Greedy Williams, CB, LSU Tampa bay receives #30, Green bay receives #39, #107, 2020 round 5 31. LA Rams – Elgton Jenkins, OL, Mississippi State 32. New England – DK Metcalf, WR, Ole Miss Round 2 33. Arizona – Parris Campbell, WR, Ohio State 34. Indianapolis - Johnathan Abram, S, MSU 35. Oakland Raiders - Rock Ya-Sin, CB, Temple 36. San Francisco – Deandre Baker, CB, Gerogia 37. New York Giants – Daniel Jones, QB, Duke 38. Jacksonville – Dalton Risner, OL, Kansas State 39. Green Bay – Juan Thornhill, S, Virginia 40. Buffalo – Josh Jacobs, RB, Alabama 41. Denver – Irv Smith Jr, TE, Alabama 42. Cincinnati - Jerry Tillery, DT, Notre Dame 43. Detroit – Jaylon Ferguson, EDGE, Louisiana Tech 44. Green Bay – Lonnie Johnson, CB, Kentucky 45. Atlanta – Tytus Howard, OT, Alabama State 46. Denver via Washington – LJ Collier, DL, TCU 47. Carolina - Greg Little, OT, Ole Miss 48. Miami - Nassir Adderly, S, Delaware 49. Cleveland – Zach Allen, DE, Bosotn College 50. Minnesota – Trayvon Mullen, CB, Clemson 51. Tennessee – Deebo Samuel, WR, South Carolina 52. Pittsburgh – Chase Winovich, LB, Michigan 53. Philadelphia – Justin Layne, CB, Michigan State 54. Houston – Joejuan Williams, CB, Vanderbilt 55. Houston – Jace Sternberger, TE, Texas A&M 56. New England – Dre-Mont Jones, DT, Ohio State 57. Eagles – Taylor Rapp, S, Washington 58. Dallas – N’Keal Harry, WR, Arizona State 59. Indianapolis – AJ Brown, WR, Ole Miss 60. LA Chargers – Chauncy Gardner-Johnson, S, Florida 61. Kansas City – Mack Wilson, LB, Alabama 62. New Orleans – Hakeem Butler, WR, Iowa State 63. Kansas City – Miles Sanders, RB, Penn State 64. New England – Jarrett Stidham, QB, Auburn
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