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2021 NFL Mock Draft for 7 Rounds - Version 11.0

Repeat after me....THERE IS NO OFFSEASON IN THE NFL. We have concluded with the big game and Tom Brady will be doing plenty of hand exercises to ensure he can handle the weight of the 7th ring on his digits.

Yes this is a 7-Round Mock Draft and you might think it's entirely too early for this level of prognostication. It's never too early. There are always players that fall and players that rise and even surprise(gonna rhyme with my time). The trick is to follow how players are trending. It only takes one team to believe in a player enough to call their name and come aboard to the show.

There are no trades in this scenario, all teams draft where they are currently lined up on the board. Once the Compensatory Picks are officially announced they will be slotted into their correct positions for Round 3-Round 7. Enjoy!

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Round 1 - NFL Mock Draft

1. Jacksonville - Trevor Lawrence (QB, Clemson)
So what is it that ails the Jacksonville offense? The answer is everything. Trevor Lawrence is being dubbed as the “can’t miss prospect” at quarterback, probably the highest-rated signal caller coming out of college since Andrew Luck in 2012. When you think about Jacksonville Jaguar quarterbacks you think of Mark Brunell and then you struggle and come up with a few random names from the last 15 seasons.

Lawrence is the cure to what ails this team, a team that just three seasons ago was a game away from playing for the title. It starts at the quarterback position and a player like Lawrence will also help get the fans in the stands. Jacksonville has not placed in the top half of NFL attendance percentage (seats available against seats filled) since 2005. If getting Lawrence isn’t enough throw college coach and media darling Urban Meyer into the mix and you have a first-class overhaul for 2021.

2. NY Jets - Justin Fields (QB, Ohio State)
This is one of the toughest picks to gauge right now and it happens right at the top of the draft after the Trevor Lawrence slam dunk. The Jets are going through another total rehaul within the organization from GM, to coaches to coordinators on both sides of the football. The Matthew Stafford-Jared Goff deal has thrown the NFL into a frenzy as we will likely have to wait to see where the dominos fall with the likes of Deshaun Watson and Carson Wentz seemingly changing addresses for the upcoming season. Watson would be a huge upgrade but the fact remains that the Jets simply cannot afford him. New York is better suited financially to pay another top quarterback coming out of college top dollar, which is still considerably less than the money owed to a proven star of Watson’s caliber.

Penei Sewell may be the best player in this draft (yeah I said it) but the Jets need to start lighting up that scoreboard and a left tackle won’t do that. Ja’Marr Chase and Devonta Smith are bright and shiny toys that will flounder in the Big Apple without having someone to distribute the ball on a consistent basis.

The Jets could always go with option C…trade the pick and move down. There are enough holes on this team to justify the move if the Jets go with the quantity over quality approach.

3. Miami - DeVonta Smith (WR, Alabama)
With a pair of picks in the first round, Miami can go for the home run at the top of the draft. You wanna give Tua some weapons? Why not start with someone he used to chuck the pigskin to in college. This team is close to contending and division rivals New York and New England look to be comfortable gravitating towards the bottom of the AFC East. Miami has been excellent at finding overall depth in the last two seasons, now the offense needs more bite to get them over the hump of mediocrity.

4. Atlanta - Gregory Rousseau (DE, Miami)
This selection screams “TRADE ME TRADE ME” but in this scenario, no trades are recorded so we will act as if Atlanta stays put at #4. Here we have the Falcons going after an obvious need which is getting after the quarterback. While Tom Brady hoisted the Super Bowl trophy again for Tampa you best believe division rival Atlanta took notice of how the Buccaneers did it. The Tampa Bay pass rush was responsible and if the Falcons look elsewhere in the division the real reason why New Orleans has been close the last three seasons goes back to pressure along the edge.
Rousseau was a player who took a pass on the season due to Covid but his freshman campaign for the Hurricanes was epic with 15.5 sacks. At 6-7 and 265 pounds, Rousseau already has an NFL-ready body and will be able to contribute immediately.

5. Cincinnati - Penei Sewell (OT, Oregon)
Want justification for this pick then look no further than November 22, 2020. Joe Burrow in the midst of a record-setting rookie campaign has his knee shredded with a full ACL and MCL tear while suffering a partial PCL tear. Burrow should make his way back onto the football field this season and when he does give him the best tackle available. Cincinnati has holes all over the roster and both lines are where most of these holes are evident.

6. Philadelphia - Ja’Marr Chase (WR, LSU)
When the Eagles finish their 2020 highlight tape, they will likely tell Netflix and other streaming platforms to file it under the horror genre. Just three years ago the Eagles were basking in the glory of their first Lombardi Trophy. 2020 saw franchise quarterback pull off the best Jekyll and Hyde impersonation known to man. The regression was cataclysmic, this pick should be a wide receiver or a cornerback as Philadelphia needs wideouts that can stay on the football field and Darius Slay needs a true youngster that can be groomed to be #2 at cornerback. The Eagles whiffed when they passed on LSU wideout Justin Jefferson last season, why not go for an LSU wide receiver now to make up for the obvious gaffe.

7. Detroit - Jaylen Waddle (WR, Alabama)
Hard to make heads or tails out of what will happen in Detroit with the new Dan Campbell regime. Jared Goff takes over the controls and he needs people to throw to. It is highly unlikely that the Lions bring back both of their top wide receivers from last season as Kenny Golladay and Marvin Jones are free agents.

8. Carolina - Zach Wilson (QB, BYU)
Teddy Bridgewater is not the long term answer in Carolina and the team and it’s fan base knows the organization overpaid heavily a season ago. Bringing in a quarterback like Zach Wilson makes a lot of sense as he won’t need to be rushed into the role. Bridgewater would likely stay with the team for a reduced rate after the season and Wilson can be groomed to take the position, likely sometime during the season. There are a few off the field concerns that we feel will make Justin Fields the obvious choice at #2 vice Wilson but he will be in the running to come off the board after Lawrence.

9. Denver - Micah Parsons (LB, Penn State)
The explosiveness and playmaking ability of Micah Parsons makes him one of, if not THE most intriguing player in the first round. Parsons is the guy who is one nearly every board but where is he seen as the #1 option. Parsons can literally go from #3 - #16. The obvious need for Denver lies in the secondary especially when nearly half your games are against Derek Carr, Justin Herbert and Patrick Mahomes. In this scenario the top linebacker and corner is on the board and Denver can ask themselves who is the best athlete. Parsons wins this argument over any of the corners on the board and Denver looks at the secondary in the next few rounds.

10. Dallas - Patrick Surtain II (CB, Alabama)
It doesn’t matter if you are a fan of the Dallas Cowboys. Even the most casual observer of the game ends up watching them at least twice a year, those networks love giving America them Cowboys. If you go back and watch film from this season just play the Keystone Kops theme when the Cowboys are on defense. I don’t make the rules, that song is the Cowboys Defense spirit animal. The loss of Byron Jones was huge for this team and generating pressure up front was inconsistent leaving this undermanned secondary on an island. Surtain makes any team that drafts him instantly better as he has the tools to start as a rookie.

11. New York Giants - Caleb Farley (CB, Virginia Tech)
While wide receiver may be the biggest need in this scenario you can’t ignore that Caleb Farley is still on the board. Cornerback may be the one position where taking a year off due to Covid may have pushed a couple of people like Farley closer to the top of the board. After 2020 pick Andrew Thomas suffered an uneven rookie season you better believe that Giants will not be addressing the offensive line with their top selection.

12. San Francisco - Trey Lance (QB, North Dakota State)
It’s unlikely that Lance lasts this long. If Lance falls out of the top 10 then expect teams to be making moves to grab him at the tail end of the top 10. Here we will envision the 49ers going to get him. This is an interesting landing spot since there are a lot of comparisons between Lance and Colin Kaepernick. Lance only played in 1 game in 2020 so he will need to show a little more at his Pro Day.

13. LA Chargers - Christian Darrisaw (OT, Virginia Tech)
With Penei Sewell being talked about all year and the versatility of Northwestern product Rashawn Slater on display, Christian Darrisaw has become the forgotten top prospect at offensive tackle. He is forgotten to the draftnik community, not NFL war rooms. Darrisaw may have helped his cause more than any other prospect at any position in our strange 2020 season. Darrisaw has been a starter since his freshman season and his progression has been fun to watch. Darrisaw looks like the real deal and a franchise left tackle something your NFL Offensive ROY at quarterback will appreciate.

14. Minnesota - Rashod Bateman (WR, Minnesota)
Justin Jefferson has raised the bar in Minnesota but they are an offense that is best suited for three solid options at wideout. Putting Bateman with vital components Justin Jefferson and Adam Thielan will make Minnesota lethal on offense. Bateman fits the profile of the two aforementioned receivers. He can play outside and is proficient in the slot, making these receivers interchangeable and causing matchup nightmares. If Minnesota goes for a defensive player look for an inside presence along the line as it is likely no tackles will yet be off the board.

15. New England - Kyle Pitts (TE, Florida)
Pitts has the chance to come off the board as early as #6 if the Eagles feel like making Pitts the new Zach Ertz. San Francisco will look long and hard at #12, even Carolina at #8 if they stray from the quarterback position. With so much attention and being a prospect that is miles ahead of the next ranked player at his position, this makes Pitts a prime candidate have a team trade up for his services. He just falls outside the scope of being the #1 target for a number of teams and here he slides to a very happy New England Patriots squad. It is no secret that quarterback may be addressed in the draft or via free agency or trade so a wide receiver in a tight end's body is a great start for upgrading the arsenal.

16. Arizona - Jaycee Horn (CB, South Carolina)
The mantra “there are no true blanket covers in the NFL” is disproven by Jaycee Horn when you watch the tape. Surtain is the most well-rounded corner in this Draft as his run support is superior. Caleb Farley has the length and freakish athletic ability with an unlimited ceiling. Jaycee Horn is simply the stickiest of the top prospects. Like Surtain he is of NFL lineage being the son of former NFL All-Pro receiver Joe Horn. Even though Jaycee is on defense the apple didn’t fall far from the athletic tree. Arizona is a year ahead of schedule on their rebuild plans and nearly made the playoffs in 2020. Now time to fine-tune the roster and loading up for Russel Wilson and Matthew Stafford is one of the top priorities. This move makes even more sense since it looks like Patrick Peterson may finally be on the move meaning the secondary will have a new look.

17. Las Vegas - Carlos Basham Jr. (DE, Wake Forest)
The Raiders had to be one of the most disappointing teams of 2020 when you look at the roster and where they were early in the season. We saw in the Super Bowl what getting pressure on the quarterback does for a football team. Maxx Crosby was winning his share of battles against opposing offensive lineman while everyone else looked like they were sleepwalking. We are starting to hear the dreaded B-word to describe the play of Clelin Ferrell and reinforcements are needed up front. To be blunt, had the Raiders had an assembling of a consistent pass rush they breeze into the AFC playoffs. Las Vegas looks to right the ship and keep the buzz from their first full year in Las Vegas going.

18. Miami - Travis Etienne (RB, Clemson)
Over the last 10 years, the Miami Dolphins have only had a running back top 1,000 yards twice (Jay Ajayi 1,272 2016 and Lamar Miller 1,099 2014). With a pair of first-round picks the Dolphins could upgrade a team that is very close to being a serious threat within the AFC. The Dolphins have their quarterback of the future so adding a stud like Etienne would go a long way in the run and the passing game. The versatility of utilizing the receiving skills of Etienne gives the Dolphins an added dimension they did not have in 2020 out of the backfield. The Dolphins like Myles Gaskin and he would prove to be a perfect complement and change of pace back. If Etienne is off the board you can fit Najee Harris in as a power option and Miami instantly upgrades their offense.

19. Washington - Alex Leatherwood (OT, Alabama)
Will Alex Leatherwood be a tackle or a guard at the NFL level? Best scenario is to find a team with immediate needs at both areas of the offensive line and let his play dictate where he starts. This would be the case in Washington where the defensive line is all the talk while the offensive line resembles a patchwork quilt. Trent Williams was traded away to San Francisco before last season and his presence was sorely missed. The backend of the defense will require attention as this roster has a lot of holes to fill. Ron Rivera has his work cut out for him in year two but the core of the team seems intact and the culture is changing.

20. Chicago Rashawn Slater OT Northwestern
The pick here is an offensive lineman as we expect the quarterback carousel to make a stop in Chicago and drop off a Carson Wentz or Deshaun Watson. Rashawn Slater is the versatility king of the linemen in this draft and we have him staying close to home while giving Leatherwood to Washington at #19 due to their propensity to draft talent from Alabama. The offensive line struggled in pass protection and in the run game it was far from consistent. Slater is a huge value if he is still on the board at #20.

21. Indianapolis - Kyle Trask (QB, Florida)
This is another pick that will depend greatly on the activity in the quarterback market and if Indianapolis brings in a new signal-caller. One thing Indianapolis has going for itself is cap space as Indianapolis is a playoff team that is already about 50 million or so under the cap figure. This means Indianapolis might be able to afford the services of a Deshaun Watson or a Carson Wentz or just bring in a player who can be a stop-gap. If this happens expect a QB here that will be ready for 2022 or even 2023. There are more pressing needs along the defensive line but Indianapolis is in a position to make a run right now and depth and another receiving weapon or two is all they feel they need to contend.

22. Tennessee - Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah (LB, Notre Dame)
Tennessee has the type of secondary that is good in short bursts, in other words, the lack of a pass rush hurt them last year. Help on the edge or a playmaking linebacker would change the dynamic of the defense. Tennessee will need other weapons, I mean let’s face it, the history for NFL running backs the season after topping 2,000 yards is far from stellar. Tennessee has some nice running backs behind Derrick Henry (Jeremy McNichols and Darryton Evans). While Henry is still the man in Tennessee we should see more work for those behind him to keep him fresh for another playoff run. This means it won’t all be “three yards and a cloud of dust” football. Finding the playmakers on defense to go with the best safety in football on the backend (Kevin Byard) should be the primary focus. Owusu-Koramoah showed there is nothing he can’t do and he can lineup at multiple linebacker positions.

23. NY Jets - Najee Harris (RB, Alabama)
When your team finishes 31st in total offense grabbing a new quarterback and a running back in the first round seems like an important investment and upgrade. Le’Veon Bell in New York was a nightmare and who is the starter right now after the Bell departure? Do you resign Frank Gore, the only man who cashes game checks and Social Security checks simultaneously? Frank Gore is an age-defying beast but he isn’t a runner your franchise should be counting on. Harris also seems to have the temperament and maturity to handle the spotlight in New York, a city that has chewed and spit out great athletes in the past. If Travis Etienne is still on the board you better believe the Jets turn in that card lickety-split. Najee Harris is on the same level and would ease the pressure on a rookie quarterback.

24. Pittsburgh - Creed Humphrey (C, Oklahoma)
Pittsburgh fans please don’t divert your eyes, please hear me out! The Steelers are notorious for being very stingy with free-agent signings and letting players walk when they start to reach the end of their careers. Alejandro Villanueva leads a list of 3-4 players who could be on the move. While Villanueva is a tackle here the Steelers grab the best center on the board in Creed Humphrey. Humphrey likely would have been the first center selected last season had he declared himself eligible as a redshirt sophomore. Pittsburgh fans, the days of Maurkice Pouncey dominating the line are over. In fact, Pouncey statistically was one of the weakest centers in the NFL in 2020. If the Steelers make the move here don’t expect it to be the only time they look at the offensive line as it will be an area they look at during all three days of the Draft.

25. Jacksonville - Samuel Cosmi (OT, Texas)
By this pick, we expect the Jaguars are still on a euphoric high after landing Trevor Lawrence, start to protect your investment. Samuel Cosmi is far from flashy nor is he a freak athlete. Cosmi is a beacon of consistency and someone who refined and improved his technique game after game after starting 34 games for the Longhorns. It’s a deep class at tackle so Cosmi is not guaranteed to be a first-rounder. Being selected in the first round by Jacksonville is a safe selection and he should contribute right away.

26. Cleveland - Wyatt Davis (OG, Ohio State)
Wyatt Davis has been the top guard in the draft for most of the season. In this scenario going to the nearby Browns, a team that is one of the few run-first teams in the NFL makes sense. The biggest issue surrounding Davis is health. Davis has stated he is fine since leaving the National Championship game against Alabama with a knee injury. Teams will point to the fact that he was helped from four separate games this year with leg injuries and missed large chunks of three due to the injuries sustained. If Cleveland doesn’t go for Davis look for another lineman or even an edge rusher as they try to add even more bite to a stout defense.

27. Baltimore - Trevon Moehrig (S, TCU)
Baltimore has become one of the most exciting offenses at the NFL level as their rushing statistics from the last two seasons show their attack is the cream of the crop. When you think about Baltimore the first thing that comes to most people’s minds is a swarming and physical defense. Getting a safety and more pass-rushers will be the top priority for this team. Selecting Moehrig, a player who can even play at linebacker if asked, will also allow for Baltimore to adequately fill the role of Earl Thomas after he was cut last season.

28. New Orleans - Terrace Marshall (WR, LSU)
It’s a coin toss for the Saints at the end of the first round and here it was just a matter of some quality wide receivers being available. Depth at linebacker is a concern as is the question the Saints have asked themselves the last four seasons regarding Drew Brees and retirement. There may be one more season within Brees but the urgency to have him back in the fold doesn’t seem to be present. Taysom Hill would likely stick around and the reigns for the offense full time would go over to Jameis Winston if another quarterback is not selected.

29. Green Bay - Rondale Moore (WR, Purdue)
Players along the offensive and defensive lines make more sense but remember last year and Jordan Love? This isn’t a team that drafts for a position, the Packers have long utilized the best player available approach. Getting Rondale Moore would qualify as a steal for the Packers and would justify a first-round selection on a wide receiver.

30. Buffalo - Asante Samuel Jr. (CB, Florida State)
Just because the Buffalo Bills reached the AFC Championship Game doesn’t mean they are a team without needs. The Bills have more holes than many of the top teams in each conference due to some contracts that have run their course. Like Green Bay, Buffalo goes for the best player available which came down to Samuel and rising Tulsa linebacker Zaven Collins. If the Bills have a few contract lapses at linebacker a player like Collins makes a great deal of sense. A bonus having Asante Samuel back in the AFC East. Just seeing that name on the back of a jersey should make some division opponents shutter after dad did a lot of damage as a member of the Patriots.

31. Kansas City - Nick Bolton (LB, Missouri)
Hard to think of the Chiefs needing anything other than offensive line help after watching the Super Bowl. This is a deep draft for offensive linemen and there is a chance that maybe someone slips to Kansas City they are enamored with. Nick Bolton is a local product whose stock is on the upswing. Help along the interior of the defensive line or even some help at safety are strong possibilities.

32. Tampa Bay - Daviyon Nixon (DT, Iowa)
Ndamukong Suh was a forgotten component of Tampa Bay’s defensive success for most of the season. Suh added 1.5 sacks in the Super Bowl and there is no question he is a great fit for the Buccaneers. Tampa has to do some roster trimming, however, and Suh may be one of the cap casualties. It might be more likely that Suh has his contract restructured and they bring in new blood for the future. Nixon is just that, - an unpolished gem at defensive tackle and he is just starting to come into his own. Nixon posted 13.5 tackles for loss, adding 5.5 sacks as one of the most disruptive defensive forces in the Big Ten. Nixon is still raw but a system like Tampa Bay would welcome his talents. I would expect the pick to be at linebacker or an edge rusher if the interior isn’t addressed in the first round.


Round 2 - NFL Mock Draft

33. Jacksonville - Tyson Campbell CB Georgia
34. NY Jets - Zaven Collins LB Tulsa
35. Atlanta - Jevon Holland S Oregon
36. Miami - Andre Cisco S Syracuse
37. Philadelphia Patrick Jones DE Pitt
38. Cincinnati Jay Tufele DT USC
39. Carolina Brevin Jordan TE Miami
40. Denver Paulson Adebo CB Stanford
41. Detroit Kwity Paye DE Michigan
42. NY Giants Jayson Oweh DE Penn State
43. San Francisco Shaun Wade CB Ohio State
44. Dallas Hamseh Nasirildeen S Florida State
45. Jacksonville Seth Williams WR Auburn
46. New England Alijah Vera-Tucker OG USC
47. LA Chargers Trey Smith OG Tennessee
48. Las Vegas Joseph Ossai DE Texas
49. Arizona Jackson Carman OG Clemson
50. Miami Tyler Shelvin DT LSU
51. Washington Richie Grant S UCF
52. Chicago Mac Jones QB Alabama
53. Tennessee Tylan Wallace WR Oklahoma State
54. Indianapolis Joe Tryon DE Washington
55. Pittsburgh Jamie Newman QB Georgia
56. Seattle Walker Little OT Stanford
57. LA Rams Chazz Surrat LB North Carolina
58. Baltimore Landon Dickerson C Alabama
59. Cleveland Kadarius Toney WR Florida
60. New Orleans Talanoa Hufanga S USC
61. Buffalo Dylan Moses LB Alabama
62. Green Bay Levi Onwuzurike DT Washington
63. Kansas City Rodarius Williams CB Oklahoma State
64. Tampa Bay Azeez Ojulari LB Georgia


Round 3 - NFL Mock Draft

65. Jacksonville Hunter Long TE Boston College
66. NY Jets Tutu Atwell WR Louisville
67. Houston Pat Freiermuth TE Penn State
68. Atlanta Ronnie Perkins DE Oklahoma
69. Cincinnati Chuba Hubbard RB Oklahoma State
70. Philadelphia Jabril Cox LB LSU
71. Denver Jaylen Mayfield OT Michigan
72. Detroit Quincy Roche DE Miami
73. Carolina Alim McNeill DT NC State
74. Washington Dillon Radunz OT North Dakota State
75. Dallas Jordan Smith DE UAB
76. NY Giants Israel Mukuamu CB South Carolina
77. New England Forfeit
78. LA Chargers Marvin Wilson DT Florida State
79. Minnesota Amon-Ra St.Brown WR USC
80. Arizona Kenneth Gainwell RB Memphis
81. Las Vegas Dyami Brown WR North Carolina
82. Miami Aaron Banks OG Notre Dame
83. Washington Pete Werner LB Ohio State
84. Chicago Darius Stills DT West Virginia
85. Indianapolis Tommy Kraemer OG Notre Dame
86. Tennessee Josh Myers C Ohio State
87. NY Jets Aaron Robinson CB UCF
88. Pittsburgh Eric Stokes CB Georgia
89. Detroit Baron Browning LB Ohio State
90. Cleveland Cameron McGrone LB Michigan
91. Minnesota Ben Cleveland OG Georgia
92. Cleveland Shakur Brown CB Michigan State
93. Green Bay Teven Jenkins OT Oklahoma State
94. Buffalo Liam Eichenberg OT Notre Dame
95. Kansas City Chris Rumph DE Duke
96. Tampa Bay Sage Surrat WR Wake Forest


Round 4 - NFL Mock Draft

97. Jacksonville Robert Rochell CB Central Arkansas
98. NY Jets Shaka Toney DE Penn State
99. Atlanta Damonte Coxie WR Memphis
100. Houston Patrick Johnson DE Tulane
101. Cleveland Richard LeCounte S Georgia
102. Cincinnati Jack Anderson OG Texas Tech
103. Detroit Elijah Molden CB Washington
104. Carolina Alaric Jackson OT Iowa
105. Denver Javonte Williams RB North Carolina
106. Dallas Cary Angeline TE NC State
107. NY Giants Tony Poljan TE Virginia
108. San Francisco Trey Sermon RB Ohio State
109. LA Chargers Amari Rogers WR Clemson
110. Buffalo Quinn Meinerz OG Wisconsin-Whitewater
111. New England Sam Ehlinger QB Texas
112. Miami Matt Bushman TE BYU
113. Houston Jaret Patterson RB Buffalo
114. Miami Victor Dimukeje DE Duke
115. Washington Tommy Tremble TE Notre Dame
116. Minnesota Kellen Mond QB Texas A&M
116. Tennessee Rashad Weaver DE Pitt
118. Indianapolis Trill Williams CB Syracuse
119. Pittsburgh Spencer Brown OT Northern Iowa
120. Seattle Deablo Divine S Virginia Tech
121. Jacksonville Elijah Mitchell RB Louisiana
122. Baltimore Tommy Togiai DT Ohio State
123. Cleveland Tarron Jackson DE Coastal Carolina
124. New Orleans Paddy Fisher LB Northwestern
125. Buffalo Caden Sterns S Texas
126. Green Bay ArDarius Washington CB TCU
127. Kansas City Tommy Doyle OG Miami(Ohio)
128. Tampa Bay Drew Himmelman OT Illinois State


Round 5 - NFL Mock Draft

129. Jacksonville Donovan Stiner S Florida
130. NY Jets Calvin Ashley OG Florida A&M
131. Houston Dayo Odeyingbo DT Vanderbilt
132. Atlanta Shane Buechele QB SMU
133. Cincinnati D’Wayne Eskridge WR Western Michigan
134. Philadelphia Kendrick Green OG Illinois
135. Carolina Brady Christensen OT BYU
136. Denver Elijah Moore WR Mississippi
137. Detroit Adrian Ealy OT Oklahoma
138. NY Giants Kary Vincent CB LSU
139. San Francisco Elerson Smith DE Northern Iowa
140. Philadelphia DJ Daniel CB Georgia
141. Minnesota Landon Young OT Kentucky
142. New England Michal Menet C Penn State
143. LA Chargers Michael Carter RB North Carolina
144. Arizona Shaun Bayer TE Iowa
145. Buffalo Marlon Tuipulotu DT USC
146. Las Vegas Paris Ford S Pitt
147. Washington Ambry Thomas CB Michigan
148. Chicago Tamorrion Terry WR Florida State
149. Indianapolis Charles Snowden LB Virginia
150. Tennessee Luke Farrell TE Ohio State
151. Seattle Sadarius Hutcherson OG South Carolina
152. Minnesota Monty Rice LB Georgia
153. Cleveland Ben Mason FB Michigan
154. Cleveland Dazz Newsome WR North Carolina
155. Baltimore Marquiss Spencer DT Mississippi State
156. San Francisco Deommodore Lenoir CB Oregon
157. Green Bay Stevie Scott III RB Indiana
158. Buffalo Bryan Mills CB North Carolina Central
159. Kansas City Noah Gray TE Duke
160. Tampa Bay Malik Herring DT Georgia


Round 6 - NFL Mock Draft

161. Tennessee Jeremiah Moon DE Florida
162. New England Larry Roundtree III RB Missouri
163. Atlanta Bobby Brown III DT Texas A&M
164. Houston OG Grambling State
165. Philadelphia Kylin Hill RB Mississippi State
166. Cincinnati Derrick Barnes LB Purdue
167. Denver Mark Webb CB Georgia
168. Detroit Garret Wallow LB TCU
169. Carolina Pooka Williams RB Kansas
170. San Francisco Amen Ogbongbemiga LB Oklahoma State
171. Dallas Cameron Sample DE Tulane
172. NY Giants Jamien Sherwood S Auburn
173. NY Jets Riley Patterson K Memphis
174. LA Chargers Camryn Bynum CB Cal
175. Minnesota Darren Hall CB San Diego State
176. Las Vegas Forfeit
177. NY Giants Nico Collins WR Michigan
178. Houston Payton Turner DE Houston
179. Washington LaBryan Ray DT Alabama
180. Chicago Javian Hawkins RB Louisville
181. LA Chargers Shawn Davis S Florida
182. Indianapolis James Wiggins S Cincinnati
183. Miami Isaiah Kaufusi LB BYU
184. Miami Buddy Johnson LB Texas A&M
185. LA Rams Brenden Jaimes OT Nebraska
186. Baltimore T.J. Vasher WR Texas Tech
187. Cleveland Xavier Kelly DT Arkansas
188. New Orleans Deonte Brown OG Alabama
189. Buffalo Cade Johnson WR South Dakota State
190. Green Bay K.J. Britt LB Auburn
191. Tennessee Jake Curhan OT Cal
192. Tampa Bay Sam Webb CB Missouri Western


Round 7 - NFL Mock Draft

193. Jacksonville Darius Hodge OLB Marshall
194. San Francisco Tyler Vaughns WR USC
195. Houston Cornell Powell WR Clemson
196. Chicago JaCoby Stevens LB LSU
197. Cincinnati Jamin Davis LB Kentucky
198. Philadelphia Benjamin St-Juste CB Minnesota
199. Seattle William Bradley-King DE Baylor
200. Buffalo Max Richardson LB Boston College
201. Denver Jermar Jefferson RB Oregon State
202. Dallas Dante Smith OG East Carolina
203. Denver Davis Mills QB Stanford
204. San Francisco Thomas Graham Jr. CB Oregon
205. LA Chargers Teton Saltes OT New Mexico
206. Minnesota Hamilcar Rashed LB Oregon State
207. New England Kobie Whiteside DT Missouri
208. Arizona Wyatt Hubert DE Kansas State
209. Las Vegas Nick Eubanks TE Michigan
210. Pittsburgh Riley Cole LB South Alabama
211. Washington Damar Hamlin S Pitt
212. Las Vegas Royce Newman OG Mississippi
213. Indianapolis Avery Williams CB Boise State
214. Tennessee Mustafa Johnson DT Colorado
215. Seattle Kenny Yeboah TE Mississippi
216. Pittsburgh Cole Van Lanen OT Wisconsin
217. LA Rams Brady White QB Memphis
218. Denver Tre Brown CB Oklahoma
219. Pittsburgh Marquez Stevenson WR Houston
220. New Orleans Forfeit
221. Green Bay Tariq Thompson S San Diego State
222. Cleveland JaQuan Hardy RB Tiffin
223. Kansas City Dan Moore jr. OT Texas A&M
224. Tampa Bay Jonathon Cooper DE Ohio State


Compensatory Round

*These picks will be set when Comp picks are officially announced and placed in Rounds 3-7

225. Ernest Jones LB South Carolina
226. Dangelo Amos S Virginia
227. Zach Davidson TE Central Missouri
228. Jake Hansen LB Illinois
229. Kylen Granson FB SMU
230. Whop Philyor WR Indiana
231. Christian Uphoff S Illinois State
232. Dez Fitzpatrick WR Louisville
233. Lorenzo Neal DT Purdue
234. Jose Borregales K Miami
235. Osa Odighizuwa DE UCLA
236. Jace Lewis LB Montana
237. Keith Taylor CB Washington
238. Tedarrell Slaton DT Florida
239. Aashari Croswell S Arizona State
240. Evan McPherson K Florida
241. Carson Green OT Texas A&M
242. Will Fries OT Penn State
243. Larry Borom OG Missouri
244. Rakeem Boyd RB Arkansas
245. Max Duffy P Kentucky
246. Ian Book QB Notre Dame
247. Jaylon Jones S Mississippi
248. Shaq Smith LB Maryland
249. Mike Strachan WR Charleston
250. Nate Hobbs CB Illinois
251. Isaiah McKoy WR Kent State
252. Foster Sarrell OT Stanford
253. Naquan Jones DT Michigan State
254. Shemar Jean-Charles CB Appalachian State
255. Justin Foster DE Clemson
256. Kayode Awosike OT Buffalo

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Jake Oettinger5 mins ago

Starting Wednesday Against Minnesota
Filip Gustavsson16 mins ago

Named The Starter Versus Dallas
Robert Williams18 mins ago

III Downgraded To Questionable
Spencer Martin20 mins ago

Minds The Crease Wednesday
Al Horford24 mins ago

Questionable On Wednesday
Jaylen Brown32 mins ago

Good To Go Wednesday
Jeremy Sochan41 mins ago

Misses Another Game Wednesday
Tre Jones52 mins ago

Remains Out Wednesday
Donovan Mitchell1 hour ago

Questionable Wednesday
Darius Garland1 hour ago

Questionable For Wednesday
James Naile1 hour ago

Cardinals Designate James Naile For Assignment
Anthony Misiewicz1 hour ago

Cardinals Acquire Anthony Misiewicz
Kyrie Irving2 hours ago

To Debut For Mavericks On Wednesday
Los Angles Rams3 hours ago

Aaron Donald Coming Back For Another Season
Josh Jacobs4 hours ago

Raiders Expected To Use Franchise Tag On Josh Jacobs
Shane Lowry4 hours ago

Set To Make First U.S. Start Of 2023 This Week
Tony Pollard4 hours ago

Expected To Receive Franchise Tag
PGA4 hours ago

Alex Noren A Dark-Horse Contender This Week
PGA4 hours ago

J.T. Poston Heads To Phoenix In Hot Form
Cameron Young4 hours ago

Continues To Impress
Patrick Cantlay4 hours ago

An Elite Fantasy Option At WM Phoenix Open
Corey Conners4 hours ago

Remains A Ball-Striking Machine
PGA4 hours ago

Matt Fitzpatrick Hopes To Rebound In Phoenix
Nikola Jokic5 hours ago

Posts Fourth Straight Triple-Double
Rory McIlroy5 hours ago

Looks To Stay Hot In Phoenix
Trae Young5 hours ago

Collects Another 16-Assist Game In Loss
Brandon Ingram5 hours ago

Leads All Scorers With 30 Points
Justin Thomas5 hours ago

Has Thrived At WM Phoenix Open
Deandre Ayton5 hours ago

Posts Big Double-Double In Win Over Brooklyn
Cam Thomas5 hours ago

Collects Third 40-Point Game In A Row
Jalen Williams6 hours ago

Thunder Play Spoiler On LeBron's Big Night
LeBron James6 hours ago

Becomes The NBA's All-Time Leading Scorer
Evgeni Malkin8 hours ago

Bags Two Assists
John Klingberg8 hours ago

Tallies Two Assists Tuesday
Nikita Kucherov8 hours ago

Extends Home Point Streak
Andre Burakovsky8 hours ago

Goes Down On First Shift
Nick Paul8 hours ago

Hurt In Tuesday's Game
Troy Terry8 hours ago

Out Day-To-Day
Brayden Point13 hours ago

Scores Twice Against Sharks
Erik Karlsson13 hours ago

Records Three Points In Overtime Victory
Jack Campbell14 hours ago

Collects Victory Against Red Wings
Connor McDavid14 hours ago

Picks Up Assist In Victory
Bo Horvat14 hours ago

Scores First Goal In Islanders Jersey
Adin Hill14 hours ago

Earns Win Against Predators
Casey DeSmith14 hours ago

Picks Up Overtime Victory Against Avalanche
Kris Letang14 hours ago

Scores Game-Winning Goal Against Avalanche
Tejay Antone15 hours ago

Dealing With Flexor Strain
Bo Bichette16 hours ago

Blue Jays, Bo Bichette Avoid Arbitration
Frank Vatrano16 hours ago

Snipes In Overtime Tuesday
Phil Kessel16 hours ago

Contributes Two Points In Vegas Victory
Ilya Sorokin16 hours ago

Shuts Out Seattle Tuesday
Timo Meier16 hours ago

Carries Sharks To Overtime Win
Joel Embiid17 hours ago

On Injury Report Again
Rickie Fowler18 hours ago

Has Good History At WM Phoenix Open
Jaylen Brown18 hours ago

Likely To Play Wednesday
Sam Burns18 hours ago

Looks To Keep Improving At Phoenix
Daniel Gafford18 hours ago

Not Listed On Wednesday's Injury Report
Austin Reaves18 hours ago

Playing Against Thunder
Scottie Scheffler18 hours ago

Could Stay Near The Top At Phoenix
Hayden Buckley18 hours ago

Poised For Rebound At WM Phoenix Open
Matthew NeSmith18 hours ago

Still Trying To Find Fall Form
PGA18 hours ago

Sungjae Im Poised To Keep Rolling In Phoenix
19 hours ago

Tom Kim Expects To Contend At Phoenix This Week
Derek Carr19 hours ago

Saints Granted Permission To Visit With Derek Carr
Jonas Valanciunas21 hours ago

Starting Against Hawks
Brandon Ingram21 hours ago

Playing As Expected Tuesday
Kyle Tucker21 hours ago

Astros, Kyle Tucker Have Discussed Extension
Jon Berti21 hours ago

Marlins, Jon Berti Avoid Arbitration
DJ LeMahieu22 hours ago

Looks Back To Old Self
Josh Donaldson22 hours ago

Projected To Start At 3B For Yankees
Oswald Peraza1 day ago

Yankees Impressed With Oswald Peraza
Anthony Volpe1 day ago

On A Mission
Matt Gage1 day ago

Blue Jays Place Matt Gage On Unconditional Release Waivers
Phillip Diehl1 day ago

Guardians Agree To Minor-League Deal With Phillip Diehl
Derrick Lewis1 day ago

Rough Times Continue For Derrick Lewis
Serghei Spivac1 day ago

Sergey Spivak Earns Huge Victory On Saturday
MMA1 day ago

Jung Da Un Unable To Do Enough To Earn Decision
Devin Clark1 day ago

Eeks Out Close Decision Win
Blagoy Ivanov1 day ago

Unable To Stop Recent Slide
Marcin Tybura1 day ago

Continues To Shine With Latest Victory
Kyle Nelson1 day ago

Saved From Defeat With Late Point Deduction
MMA1 day ago

Choi Doo-ho's Point Deduction Takes Away A Victory
Yusaku Kinoshita1 day ago

Unable To Score A Victory In Debut
Adam Fugitt1 day ago

Dominates With First-Round Finish
Ian Kinsler2 days ago

To Rejoin Rangers As Special Assistant To GM
Pete Crow-Armstrong2 days ago

Gets Non-Roster Spring Training Invite
Ronald Guzmán2 days ago

Giants List Ronald Guzman As Two-Way Player
Victor Robles2 days ago

Nationals, Victor Robles Avoid Arbitration
Carlos Correa2 days ago

Withdraws From World Baseball Classic
A.J. Green2 days ago

Announces His Retirement
Brock Purdy2 days ago

Leaning Toward Surgery?
Mecole Hardman2 days ago

Lands On Injured Reserve
Clyde Edwards-Helaire2 days ago

Chiefs Activate Clyde Edwards-Helaire From IR
Stephen Piscotty2 days ago

Giants Agree To Minor-League Deal With Stephen Piscotty
Milwaukee Brewers3 days ago

Sal Frelick Expected To Play For Italy In WBC
Zach Wilson3 days ago

Jets Have No Plans To Trade Zach Wilson
New York Mets3 days ago

Mets Top Prospect Matthew Allan To Miss 2023 Season
Cleveland Browns3 days ago

Myles Garrett Dislocates Toe At Pro Bowl Games
Rowdy Tellez3 days ago

Playing For Mexico In WBC
Joey Logano3 days ago

Facing Different Reality At Los Angeles
Ross Chastain3 days ago

And The Clash On Sunday
Ty Gibbs3 days ago

Has To Race Into Coliseum Main Event
Kyle Larson3 days ago

Bit Of A Wildcard At Los Angeles
Alex Bowman3 days ago

Qualified Ninth At Los Angeles
NASCAR3 days ago

A.J. Allmendinger Has Exciting Saturday At Coliseum
Denny Hamlin3 days ago

Starts Second In Heat Three At Coliseum
Austin Dillon3 days ago

Continues Chevy Theme In Los Angeles
Aric Almirola3 days ago

Rises To Fifth In Qualifying Saturday
William Byron3 days ago

Qualifies Fourth For Sunday At Los Angeles
Christopher Bell3 days ago

Surprises Some At Coliseum Saturday
Kyle Busch3 days ago

Loves Los Angeles Again On Saturday
Justin Haley3 days ago

Heats Up Coliseum Track Saturday
Josh Jacobs4 days ago

Won't Settle In Extension Talks
Mecole Hardman5 days ago

Doubtful For Super Bowl
JuJu Smith-Schuster5 days ago

Kadarius Toney Questionable
Derek Carr5 days ago

Won't Extend Contract Trigger Date
Derek Carr6 days ago

Expected To Draw Plenty Of Interest
Aaron Rodgers6 days ago

: "I'm Not Going To San Fran"
Joe Mixon6 days ago

Charges Against Joe Mixon Will Be Dropped
Joe Mixon6 days ago

Has Warrant For Arrest
Mecole Hardman6 days ago

Unlikely To Play In Super Bowl