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2021 NFL Mock Draft for 7 Rounds - Version 14.0

With a plethora of high-profile quarterbacks on the move, this is proving to be an intriguing offseason already. We will surely have more quarterbacks on the move and this will continually shuffle the Draft Board.

There are no trades in this scenario, all teams draft where they are currently lined up on the board. The Draft order has changed slightly since the Compensatory Picks have now been announced.

**I am updating the mock draft very frequently as I have in years past. There are 50-60 factors I look at in determining updates. Everything from free agent signings, team releases, new coaching staffs, player workouts, all the way down to the agents representing players are considered.**

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Round 1 - NFL Mock Draft

This first published on March 12th, 2021. Stay tuned for updates and more NFL Draft coverage.

1. Jacksonville - Trevor Lawrence (QB, Clemson)
With the heightened quarterback activity, Lawrence going #1 is still a sure bet.

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.

Jacksonville needs to put fans in the seats, grabbing the top quarterback prospect is one way to do that. The Gardner Minshew run was nice but I think we all knew it wasn't going to last.

2. NY Jets - Zach Wilson (QB, BYU)
I have been resisting placing Wilson at #2 for so long and I am far from convinced he is a franchise quarterback. I feel the new regime is best served taking a one-year gamble on Sam Darnold and drafting a quarterback next year if it doesn't pay off. The Jets are in a perfect position to trade down and maybe doing so multiple times in order to attract a slew of choices. The Jets could move down to say #4 or #8 and still take a quarterback if there are other choices at the position that entice them.
Deshaun Watson is seemingly changing his address for the upcoming season and New York is tempting but likely not his landing spot. Penei Sewell may be the best player in this draft (yeah I said it), think about the potential combination withMechi Becton in New York. It wouldn't be a glamour pick but it would make the offensive coaching staff breathe easier for years to come.

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. Tua was refreshingly honest in grading his rookie season saying he played "below average." Miami is a long way from throwing in the towel and surrounding him with maximum talent should be the primary focus. The small Smith frame is a little troublesome and it might cause the Dolphins to lean towards Ja’Marr Chase.

Just because the Dolphins have the extra pick at #18 does not make them a lock to stay at #3. The Dolphins could easily land more selections if they feel they could still get a player at the top of their board while helping out a team in desperate need of a quarterback.

4. Atlanta - Justin Fields (QB, Ohio State)
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. Quarterback is not the biggest need for this team but here the Falcons could draft Georgia native Fields and lay the groundwork for getting Matt Ryan and his salary off the books. The Falcons won't get a king's ransom but Ryan would bring a pick(s) into the fold that would help the team.

If the Falcons ignore the quarterback spot or have teams move in front of them, Penei Sewell or Gregory Rousseau seem to be the best options.

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. Don't be surprised if Cincinnati is the team to make a deal with Miami and move up just two spots to ensure they land the best lineman in the draft.

6. Philadelphia - Kyle Pitts (TE, Florida)
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. The player that scored the last touchdown in that Super Bowl win...Zach Ertz. Ertz was very vocal about his displeasure with the team in trying to negotiate a new contract. Moving on seems likely, especially after fellow tight end Dallas Goedert showed he could block in 2020. Pitts is really a wide receiver in a tight end body so having dual options at the position gives Philadelphia plenty of flexibility in the midst of what looks to be a rebuild.

There will be calls for a new quarterback but why not let Jalen Hurts give you a full season and see what you have. There were glimpses that Hurts showed the team and the rest of the NFL that he can produce at a high level. It is starting to sound like the front office is going to give Hurts some time and even cater the offense to his strengths.

7. Detroit - Ja'Marr Chase (WR, LSU)
Hard to make heads or tails out of what will happen in Detroit with the new Dan Campbell staff. 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. Chase falls down the board a bit in this scenario. Chase could be off the board as early as #3 and if he is gone when Detroit is on the clock look for fellow SEC receivers Jaylen Waddle and DeVonta Smith to get looks if they are available.

8. Carolina - Trey Lance (QB, North Dakota State)
Teddy Bridgewater is not the long-term answer in Carolina and the team and its fan base knows the organization overpaid heavily a season ago. Bringing in a quarterback like Trey Lance makes a lot of sense when you look at the Panthers' history. It wasn't long ago when Cam Newton was the face of the franchise and he utilized his legs as much as his arm. Running the football is what sets Lance apart from his fellow QB counterparts in this draft. Carolina has stated they want Christian McCaffrey to have fewer carries moving forward in an effort to keep him fresh late in the season. Having a quarterback like Lance around will give opposing defenses fits and the Panthers have a number of weapons around him. Lance will need some time to adjust to life in the NFL but he looks like a true dual threat.

9. Denver - Patrick Surtain II (CB, Alabama)
In the last few mock draft versions we have had Micah Parsons here and that remains a possibility. We lean with a cornerback here as Denver just starts to realize the need for a top-flight secondary with Patrick Mahomes and Justin Herbert in the division. It's been a while since Von Miller AND Bradley Chubb were healthy and on the field at the same time. The increase in pressure that should result means more chances for the secondary to make big plays. Surtain is a well-rounded prospect who is as excellent against the run as he is the pass. Surtain gets the slight nod over Caleb Farley in this scenario.

10. Dallas - Caleb Farley (CB, Virginia Tech)
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. Farley looks to be the best cornerback strictly playing against the pass in this draft. His long frame makes him even more attractive at the next level.

11. New York Giants - Jaylen Waddle (WR, Alabama)
Wide receiver and an edge rusher look to be the top needs on the draft board with cornerback a strong possibility. We had Caleb Farley and Rashod Bateman here in the previous mock drafts. With Waddle slipping in this scenario the Giants pounce and turn in their lineup card before the ink is dry.

12. San Francisco - Rashawn Slater (OT, Northwestern)
Many will point to Jimmy G. leaving town and the 49ers having a pressing need at quarterback. But is Jimmy Garappolo really on the move? It is starting to look like Garappolo might be staying in San Francisco and if he does leave I expect Sam Darnold to be an immediate target for this team.

Cornerback is the area that seems to have the biggest need but in this scenario, Patrick Surtain II. and Caleb Farley are both off the board and there is a noticeable dropoff at the position after those two prospects. With salary cap concerns looking it may mean Trent Williams is on the move and the need to find another tackle will be huge. The versatility of Rashawn Slater gives him the slight edge over the fast-rising Christian Darrisaw.

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 - Micah Parsons (LB, Penn State)
The talent along the defensive line is lacking compared to the class of 2020. The pass rush is the biggest concern but in this scenario, Micah Parsons is still available and the best player on the board overall. Minnesota cannot ignore Parsons as he looks like a future anchor for an NFL defense. There are some off-the-field concerns and if that risk proves to be too great then I look for Gregory Rousseau to be the pick.

15. New England - Mac Jones (QB, Alabama)
Five quarterbacks off the board in 15 selections. I mean a smart, accurate quarterback with limited athleticism and mobility playing for a Power 5 school. Gee, I wonder if New England has ever drafted a quarterback with similar traits...say with the 199th overall pick in 1999? Cam Newton kept the Patriots competitive in 2020 but everyone knew he was a bridge quarterback. The problem is the bridge isn't leading to Jarret Stidham as many had predicted.

16. Arizona - Jaycee Horn (CB, South Carolina)
Arizona had trouble stopping the pass in 2020 and Patrick Peterson may have played his final game as a Cardinal. The Cardinals have a promising young cornerback in Byron Murphy and getting another would be ideal. Horn is the son of former NFL wide receiver Joe Horn. Another second-generation talent whose best days seem to be ahead of him.

17. Las Vegas - Gregory Rosseau (DE, Miami)
Hard to believe that Rosseau would still be available at #17 and would be the first true defensive end or even edge rusher off the board. 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 upfront. To be blunt, had the Raiders had a semblance 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 - Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah (LB, Notre Dame)
The WFT have built their defensive line into one of the most dominating units in the NFL. It's time for the WFT to show the same care to the offensive line. The offensive line will be the focus along with another quarterback if Washington does not make a move in free agency. With that said the best player still on the board here would be Owusu-Koramoah since the Redskins have a weakness at the linebacker position in general. Washington drafts the best player available and looks to target specific positions a little later.

20. Chicago - Samuel Cosmi (OT, Texas)
The Bears always seem to have a revolving door at quarterback. We keep hearing Deshaun Watson rumors and Russell Wilson has indicated if he is on the move from Seattle then Chicago is his preferred destination. The Bears are less than thrilled about letting a new rookie quarterback take the reigns so protecting the new offensive leader looks to be in their best interest.

21. Indianapolis - Alijah Vera-Tucker (OG, USC)
Vera-Tucker is someone we have listed as a guard though he can slide outside and play tackle. Indianapolis has a need to fill both positions so a player with the versatility of Vera-Tucker is very attractive. Wyatt Davis from Ohio State was once thought to be the first OG off the board but that is no longer with Vera-Tucker ascending up the boards and Rashawn Slater with his versatile play.

22. Tennessee - Azeez Ojulari (DE, Georgia)
The Titans paid dearly down the stretch when they couldn't get pressure on the quarterback. The signing of Jadeveon Clowney was a colossal bust and he may be moved after only a year in Tennessee. Ojulari is a young talent who has plenty of upside. We could see a player like Alex Leatherwoof here, after Isaiah Wilson was dealt to Miami.

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. I have had this as the pick for Pittsburgh in the last five versions of the mock and now the news of the Maurkice Pouncey retirement makes this choice more likely than ever.

25. Jacksonville - Christian Barmore (DT, Alabama) How does Barmore last this long? Just one of those things where he came up as the second choice for about 3-4 teams in the scenarios I ran for this Mock. Barmore is a top 15 talent and will likely wind up in the top half of the board. Minnesota at #14 was the first team I seriously have thinking about drafting Barmore. Barmore to me was on-the-fence as to whether or not to declare as a redshirt sophomore until the National Championship Game when he took over and was dominant.

26. Cleveland - Nick Bolton (LB, Missouri)
Nick Bolton is in a great position as there are multiple teams that would love his services from the mid-20s overall through the end of the first round. This means Bolton will likely be suiting up with a playoff-caliber team and seeing a lot of playing time. With such strong demand, we could see a team trade up in order to secure Bolton's services. Cleveland could always go the way of an edge rusher if Bolton is not available when they are on the clock.

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 - Rashod Bateman (WR, Minnesota)
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. Brees is officially retired and it looks as if Taysom Hill is very much in the team's plans unless the team keeps Jameis Winston. If Winston leaves New Orleans, then the tone of this pick changes drastically.

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 - Wyatt Davis (OG, Ohio State)
Buffalo is going to be a sexy pick to win the AFC next season, I can feel it already. The Bills know they need more balance with the offense if they want to get to the next level. Devin Singletary and Zack Moss will be trusted to tote the ball but upgrading the interior of the offensive line should be viewed as the most important area for Buffalo to improve going into 2021.

31. Kansas City - Jalen Mayfield (OT, Michigan)
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. This may be a bit of a reach for Mayfield but after parting ways with Eric Fisher and Mitchell Swartz the writing is on the wall.

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 - Terrace Marshall WR LSU
34. NY Jets - Zaven Collins LB Tulsa
35. Atlanta - Kwity Paye DE Michigan
36. Miami - Tyson Campbell CB Georgia
37. Philadelphia - Jaelen Phillips DE Miami
38. Cincinnati - Trey Smith OG Tennessee
39. Carolina - Brevin Jordan TE Miami
40. Denver - Kadarius Toney WR Florida
41. Detroit - Joseph Ossai DE Texas
42. NY Giants - Jay Tufele DT USC
43. San Francisco - Asante Samuel Jr. CB Florida State
44. Dallas - Jayson Oweh DE Penn State
45. Jacksonville - Ritchie Grant S UCF
46. New England - Asante Samuel Jr. CB Florida State
47. LA Chargers - Tyler Shelvin DT LSU
48. Las Vegas - Andre Cisco S Syracuse
49. Arizona - Pat Freiermuth TE Penn State
50. Miami - Jevon Holland S Oregon
51. Washington - Kyle Trask QB Florida
52. Chicago - Carlos Basham Jr. DE Wake Forest
53. Tennessee - Jabril Cox LB LSU
54. Indianapolis - Tylan Wallace WR Oklahoma State
55. Pittsburgh - Alex Leatherwood OT Alabama
56. Seattle - Paulson Adebo CB Stanford
57. LA Rams - Chazz Surrat LB North Carolina
58. Baltimore - Landon Dickerson C Alabama
59. Cleveland - Quincy Roche DE Miami
60. New Orleans - Marvin Wilson DT Florida State
61. Buffalo - Patrick Jones DE Pitt
62. Green Bay - Levi Onwuzurike DT Washington
63. Kansas City - Rodarius Williams CB Oklahoma State
64. Tampa Bay - Talanoa Hufanga S USC


Round 3 - NFL Mock Draft

65. Jacksonville - Shaun Wade CB Ohio State
66. NY Jets - Tutu Atwell WR Louisville
67. Houston - Ben Cleveland OG Georgia
68. Atlanta - Kenneth Gainwell RB Memphis
69. Cincinnati - Dylan Moses LB Alabama
70. Philadelphia - Hamseh Nasirildeen S Florida State
71. Denver - Pete Werner LB Ohio State
72. Detroit - Dillon Radunz OT North Dakota State
73. Carolina - Alim McNeill DT NC State
74. Washington - Seth Williams WR AUburn
75. Dallas - Hunter Long TE Boston College
76. NY Giants - Israel Mukuamu CB South Carolina
77. New England Forfeit
78. LA Chargers - Amon-Ra St. Brown WR USC
79. Minnesota - Jordan Smith DE UAB
80. Arizona - Chuba Hubbard RB Oklahoma State
81. Las Vegas - Dyami Brown WR North Carolina
82. Miami - Jackson Carmen OG Clemson
83. Washington - Baron Browning LB Ohio State
84. Chicago - Jamie Newman QB Georgia
85. Philadelphia - Ifeatu Melifonwu CB Syracuse
86. Tennessee - Josh Myers C Ohio State
87. NY Jets - Elijah Moulden CB Washington
88. Pittsburgh - Joe Tryon DE Washington
89. Detroit - Richard LeCounte S Georgia
90. Cleveland - Shakur Brown CB Michigan State
91. Minnesota - Aaron Banks OG Notre Dame
92. Cleveland - Darius Stills DT West Virginia
93. Green Bay - Javonte Williams RB North Carolina
94. Buffalo - Liam Eichenberg OT Notre Dame
95. Kansas City - Ronnie Perkins DE Oklahoma
96. Tampa Bay - Sage Surrat WR Wake Forest
97. New England - Cameron McGrone LB Michigan
98. LA Chargers - Eric Stokes CB Georgia
99. New Orleans - Teven Jenkins OT Oklahoma State
100. Dallas - Bobby Brown III DT Texas A&M
101. Tennessee - Robert Rochell CB Central Arkansas
102. LA Chargers - Trey Sermon RB Ohio State
103. San Francisco - Walker Little OT Stanford
104. LA Rams - Tommy Kraemer OG Notre Dame
105. Baltimore - Hamilcar Rashed LB Oregon State
106. New Orleans - Sam Ehlinger QB Texas


Round 4 - NFL Mock Draft

107. Jacksonville - Jaret Patterson RB Buffalo
108. NY Jets - Noah Gray TE Duke
109. Atlanta - Rashad Weaver DE Pitt
110. Houston - Patrick Johnson DE Tulane
111. Cleveland - Damonte Coxie WR Memphis
112. Cincinnati - Jack Anderson OG Texas Tech
113. Detroit - Quinn Meinerz OG Wisconsin-Whitewater
114. Carolina - Alaric Jackson OT Iowa
115. Denver - Caden Sterns S Texas
116. Dallas - Aaron Robinson CB UCF
117. NY Giants - Matt Bushman TE BYU
118. San Francisco - Amari Rodgers WR Clemson
119. LA Chargers - Trill Williams CB Syracuse
120. Minnesota - Donovan Stiner S Floridajackson
121. New England - Chris Rumph DE Duke
122. Las Vegas - Jaylen Twyman DT Pitt
123. Houston - Tommy Tremble TE Notre Dame
124. Miami - Victor Dimukeje DE Duke
125. Washington - Cary Angeline TE NC State
126. Minnesota - Tarron Jackson DE Coastal Carolina
127. Tennessee - Deablo Divine S Virginia Tech
128. Indianapolis - Drew Himmelman OT Illinois State
129. Pittsburgh - Spencer Brown OT Northern Iowa
130. Seattle - Kellen Mond QB Texas A&M
131. Jacksonville - Marlon Tuipulotu DT USC
132. Baltimore - Tommy Togiai DT Ohio State
133. Cleveland - Shaka Toney DE Penn State
134. New Orleans - Elerson Smith DE Northern Iowa
135. Minnesota - Kary Vincent CB LSU
136. Green Bay - Adrian Ealy OT Oklahoma
137. Kansas City - ArDarius Washington CB TCU
138. Tampa Bay - Elijah Mitchell RB Louisiana
139. Dallas - Landon Young OT Kentucky
140. New England - Charles Snowden LB Virginia
141. Pittsburgh - Elijah Moore WR Mississippi
142. LA Rams - Dayo Odeyingbo DT Vanderbilt
143. Green Bay - Paddy Fisher LB Northwestern
144. Minnesota - Dazz Newsome WR North Carolina
145. Kansas City - Osa Odighizuwa DE UCLA


Round 5 - NFL Mock Draft

146. Jacksonville - Brady Christensen OT BYU
147. NY Jets - Calvin Ashley OG Florida A&M
148. Houston - D’Wayne Eskridge WR Western Michigan
149. Atlanta - Paris Ford S Pitt
150. Cincinnati - Michael Carter RB North Carolina
151. Philadelphia - Kylin Hill RB Mississippi State
152. Carolina - Deommodore Lenoir CB Oregon
153. Denver - Shane Buechele QB SMU
154. Detroit - Larry Roundtree III RB Missouri
155. NY Jets - Camryn Bynum CB Cal
156. San Francisco - Deonte Brown OG Alabama
157. Philadelphia - Tamorrion Terry WR Florida State
158. Minnesota - DJ Daniel CB Georgia
159. New England - Michal Menet C Penn State
160. LA Chargers - Kenny Yeboah TE Mississippi
161. Arizona - Marquiss Spencer DT Mississippi State
162. Buffalo - Derrick Barnes LB Purdue
163. Las Vegas - Sadarius Hutcherson OG South Carolina
164. Washington - Ambry Thomas CB Michigan
165. Chicago - Tyler Vaughns WR USC
166. Indianapolis - Michael Dwumfor DT Rutgers
167. Tennessee - Bryan Mills CB North Carolina Central
168. Seattle - Payton Turner DE Houston
169. Baltimore - Ben Mason FB Michigan
170. Cleveland - Monty Rice LB Georgia
171. Jacksonville - Kendrick Green OG Illinois
172. Minnesota - LaBryan Ray DT Alabama
173. San Francisco - Nico Collins WR Michigan
174. Green Bay - David Moore OG Grambling State
175. Buffalo - Anthony Schwartz WR Auburn
176. Kansas City - Pooka Williams RB Kansas
177. Tampa Bay - Darren Hall CB San Diego State
178. Green Bay - Tony Poljan TE Virginia
179. Dallas - T.J. Vasher WR Texas Tech
180. Atlanta - Jeremiah Moon DE Florida
181. San Francisco - Tedarrell Slaton DT Florida
182. Kansas City - Jamien Sherwood S Auburn
183. Atlanta - Amen Ogbongbemiga LB Oklahoma State
184. Baltimore - Cade Johnson WR South Dakota State


Round 6 - NFL Mock Draft

185. Tennessee - Quintin Morris TE Bowling Green
186. NY Jets - Riley Patterson K Memphis
187. Atlanta - Malik Herring DT Georgia
188. Houston - Garret Wallow LB TCU
189. Philadelphia - James Wiggins S Cincinnati
190. Cincinnati - Mark Webb CB Georgia
191. Denver - Jermar Jefferson RB Oregon State
192. Dallas - Javian Hawkins RB Louisville
193. Carolina - Jimmy Morrissey C Pitt
194. San Francisco - Tariq Thompson S San Diego State
195. New England - Shawn Davis S Florida
196. NY Giants - Kelvin Joseph CB Kentucky
197. New England - Brenden Jaimes OT Nebraska
198. LA Chargers - JaQuan Hardy RB Tiffin
199. Minnesota - Brady White QB Memphis
200. Las Vegas Forfeit
201. NY Giants - William Bradley-King DE Baylor
202. Houston - Xavier Kelly DT Arkansas
203. Las Vegas - Whop Philyor WR Indiana
204. Chicago - JaCoby Stevens LB LSU
205. LA Chargers - Dante Smith OG East Carolina
206. Indianapolis - Davis Mills QB Stanford
207. Miami - Cornell Powell WR Clemson
208. Seattle - Buddy Johnson LB Texas A&M
209. LA Rams - Stevie Scott III RB Indiana
210. Baltimore - Sam Webb CB Missouri Western
211. Cleveland - Cameron Sample DE Tulane
212. Houston - Thomas Graham Jr. CB Oregon
213. Buffalo - Kylen Granson FB SMU
214. Green Bay - Benjamin St-Juste CB Minnesota
215. Tennessee - Kobie Whiteside DT Missouri
216. Pittsburgh - Marquez Stevenson WR Houston
217. Tampa Bay - Darius Hodge OLB Marshall
218. New Orleans - Tre Brown CB Oklahoma
219. Atlanta - Olijah Griffin CB USC
220. Green Bay - Naquan Jones DT Michigan State
221. Chicago - Demetric Felton RB UCLA
222. Carolina - Austin Watkins Jr. WR UAB
223. Minnesota - Jamin Davis LB Kentucky
224. Philadelphia - Teton Saltes OT New Mexico
225. Philadelphia - Drew Dalman C Stanford
226. Carolina - Mustafa Johnson DT Colorado
227. Dallas - Royce Newman OG Mississippi
228. Chicago - Jake Curhan OT Cal


Round 7 - NFL Mock Draft

229. Jacksonville - Jonathon Cooper DE Ohio State
230. San Francisco - Riley Cole LB South Alabama
231. Houston - Isaiah Kaufusi LB BYU
232. Chicago - Shaun Bayer TE Iowa
233. Cincinnati - Max Duffy P Kentucky
234. Philadelphia - Janarius Robinson DE Florida State
235. Cincinnati - Nick Eubanks TE Michigan
236. Buffalo - Damar Hamlin S Pitt
237. Denver - Cole Van Lanen OT Wisconsin
238. Dallas - Malcolm Koonce DE Buffalo
239. Denver - Isaiah Loudermilk DE Wisconsin
240. San Francisco - Kevin Thomson QB Washington
241. LA Chargers - Shi Smith WR South Carolina
242. Minnesota - Zach Davidson TE Central Missouri
243. New England - Keith Taylor CB Washington
244. Arizona - Marco Jones CB Florida
245. Washington - Josh Ball OT Marshall
246. Pittsburgh - Anthony Hines III LB Texas A&M
247. Washington - Eli Howard DE Texas Tech
248. Las Vegas - Nate Hobbs CB Illinois
249. Indianapolis - Dan Moore Jr. OT Texas A&M
250. Jacksonville - Justus Reed DE Virginia Tech
251. NY Jets - Brandon Kennedy C Tennessee
253. LA Rams - Wyatt Hubert DE Kansas State
254. Denver - Greg McCrae RB Central Florida
255. Pittsburgh - Rhamondre Stevenson RB Oklahoma
256. New Orleans Forfeit
257. Green Bay - William Sherman OG Colorado
258. Cleveland - K.J. Costello QB Mississippi State
259. Kansas City - Tommy Doyle OT Miami (OH)
260. Tampa Bay - Avery Williams CB Boise State

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Won't Return On Saturday
Max Fried6 hours ago

Still Not Throwing Off The Mound
Eloy Jiménez7 hours ago

Eloy Jimenez To Miss Multiple Games
J.D. Davis7 hours ago

Dealing With Hip Tightness
Jared Goff7 hours ago

Has Complete Command Of Offense
Nick Solak8 hours ago

Tigers Claim Nick Solak Off Waivers From Braves
Matt Manning8 hours ago

Matt Vierling Starting Rehab Assignments
Jorge Polanco8 hours ago

Going For MRI
Dalvin Cook9 hours ago

Jets Would Consider Adding Dalvin Cook
Courtland Sutton9 hours ago

Studying "Ways To Get Open"
DJ Moore9 hours ago

"Developing Rapport" With Justin Fields
Dallas Cowboys10 hours ago

Cowboys Part Ways With Takk McKinley
Brent Rooker10 hours ago

Not Playing On Friday
Joey Gallo10 hours ago

Beginning Rehab Assignment On Friday
Los Angeles Chargers10 hours ago

J.C. Jackson Doing Individual Drills
Ryan Mountcastle10 hours ago

Sitting Out On Friday
Julio Urías10 hours ago

Julio Urias Won't Return This Weekend
Dallas Mavericks11 hours ago

Mavericks Have High Praise For Anthony Black After Workout
Atlanta Hawks11 hours ago

GG Jackson, Julian Strawther Work Out With Hawks
Karl-Anthony Towns11 hours ago

Executives Believe Karl-Anthony Towns Could Be Traded
Charlotte Hornets11 hours ago

Ausar, Amen Thompson Work Out With The Hornets
Grant Williams12 hours ago

Undergoes Successful Surgery On Hand
Jerami Grant15 hours ago

Cameron Johnson On The Pistons' Offseason Radar
Chris Paul15 hours ago

Spurs, Clippers, Lakers Are Possible Landing Spots For Chris Paul
Carter Verhaeghe15 hours ago

Score Overtime Winner In Game 3
Matthew Tkachuk15 hours ago

Scores Late Goal In Game 3 Victory
Damian Lillard15 hours ago

Nets, Heat On Damian Lillard's Trade List
Milwaukee Bucks15 hours ago

Joe Prunty, Patrick Mutombo Join Bucks Coaching Staff
Sergei Bobrovsky16 hours ago

Has Bounce Back Performance In Game 3 Victory
Denver Nuggets16 hours ago

Thunder, Nuggets Trade Various Picks
Charles Oliveira16 hours ago

Returns To Action In Co-Main Event
Beneil Dariush16 hours ago

Set For Huge Showdown
Adam Fugitt16 hours ago

Looking For A Victory On Saturday
Mike Malott16 hours ago

On The Hunt For Sixth Straight Victory Saturday
Brandon Montour16 hours ago

Scores Opening Goal In Game 3 Victory
Jack Eichel16 hours ago

Picks Up Assist In Game 3 Loss
Jonathan Marchessault16 hours ago

Extends Scoring Streak In Game 3
Mark Stone16 hours ago

Collects Two Points In Game 3 Loss
Sam LaPorta17 hours ago

Jahmyr Gibbs, Sam LaPorta Have Been Impressive
DJ Chark Jr.17 hours ago

Does Team Drills Thursday
Tua Tagovailoa17 hours ago

Has Bulked Up This Offseason
Zach Charbonnet17 hours ago

Could Have Big Role In Rookie Season
Seattle Seahawks17 hours ago

Devon Witherspoon Sees Work In Slot
Justin Fields17 hours ago

Bears Won't Make Justin Fields Robotic
Alexander Mattison18 hours ago

Vikings Plan To Use Alexander Mattison As Starter
DeAndre Hopkins18 hours ago

To Visit With Patriots
Irene Aldana20 hours ago

Can Irene Aldana Challenge The Champion?
Amanda Nunes20 hours ago

A Heavy Favorite Again
Denver Broncos1 day ago

Frank Clark Signs One-Year Deal With Broncos
Los Angeles Chargers1 day ago

Ja'Sir Taylor Has Been The Starter At Slot Corner
Justin Herbert1 day ago

Could Be Going Deep Often
Chase Claypool1 day ago

Getting Praise From Coaching Staff
Chicago Bears1 day ago

Eddie Jackson Returns To OTAs
Carson Wentz1 day ago

An Option For Raiders?
Puka Nacua1 day ago

Receives Praise From Coaches
Sacramento Kings1 day ago

Dwight Howard Wants To Play For Kings
MarJon Beauchamp1 day ago

To Play In Summer League
Tyler Herro1 day ago

To Remain Out For Game 4
Jamal Murray1 day ago

Dealing With Minor Injury
Khris Middleton1 day ago

Has Successful Surgery
Noah Gragson1 day ago

To Miss Sonoma With Concussion-Like Symptoms
Eryk Anders1 day ago

Set For Middleweight Showdown On Enemy Turf
Marc-Andre Barriault1 day ago

Looks To Remain Undefeated In The UFC
Nate Landwehr2 days ago

Set For First UFC-Numbered Event
Dan Ige2 days ago

Looking To Start Another Streak At UFC 289
Jani Hakanpaa2 days ago

Will Have Offseason Knee Surgery
Adin Hill2 days ago

The Game 3 Starter For Vegas
Sergei Bobrovsky2 days ago

Named Panthers Game 3 Starter
Caleb Martin2 days ago

Gets Going Again In Game 3
Bam Adebayo2 days ago

Has Big Double-Double Despite Awful Shooting
Jimmy Butler2 days ago

Leads Miami With 28 Points Wednesday
Christian Braun2 days ago

Produces 15 Points In 19 Minutes
Aaron Gordon2 days ago

Notches A Double-Double In Game 3
Jamal Murray2 days ago

Makes Finals History With Another 10-Assist Game
Radko Gudas2 days ago

Expected To Play In Game 3
Andreas Athanasiou2 days ago

Signs Two-Year Extension With Blackhawks
Vladislav Gavrikov2 days ago

Kings Extend Vladislav Gavrikov For Two Years
Alex DeBrincat2 days ago

Senators Exploring Trade Options Involving Alex DeBrincat
Timo Meier2 days ago

Set To Begin Contract Talks With Devils This Week
Ivan Provorov2 days ago

Traded To Columbus
Adam Hadwin3 days ago

Looks To Bounce Back In Home Country
Matt Kuchar3 days ago

A Fade At RBC Canadian Open
PGA3 days ago

Matthew Fitzpatrick A Favorite In Canada
Dylan Wu3 days ago

Struggling To Find Form Heading To Oakdale
Doug Ghim3 days ago

Playing Well Heading To Oakdale
Robby Shelton3 days ago

Struggling With Consistency Heading To Oakdale
Eric Cole3 days ago

Making Debut At RBC Canadian Open
Brendon Todd3 days ago

To Play Through Shoulder Injury
Taylor Pendrith3 days ago

Making First Appearance At RBC Canadian Open Since 2015
Aaron Wise3 days ago

Returns To RBC Canadian Open
Alex Smalley3 days ago

Could Repeat Performance At RBC Canadian Open
Nick Taylor3 days ago

Hoping To Find Early Season Form Heading To Oakdale
Nicolai Hojgaard3 days ago

Looks To Bounce Back After Missed Cut Last Week
Keith Mitchell3 days ago

Looks To Continue Strong Play At Oakdale
Rory McIlroy3 days ago

To Defend Title At RBC Canadian Open
Cameron Champ3 days ago

Playing Better Into Canada
Will Gordon3 days ago

A Solid Sleeper In Canada
Corey Conners3 days ago

Looking To Rebound In Canada
Tyrrell Hatton3 days ago

An Elite Option At RBC Canadian Open
Cameron Young3 days ago

Will Struggle In Canada
PGA3 days ago

Approach Play Holding S.H. Kim Back
Jonathan Marchessault4 days ago

Scores Two Goals In Game 2 Victory
Adin Hill4 days ago

Makes 29 Saves In Game 2 Victory
Sergei Bobrovsky4 days ago

Pulled In Game 2 Of Stanley Cup Final
Cole Caufield4 days ago

Signs Eight-Year Deal To Remain In Montreal
Sergei Bobrovsky4 days ago

The Expected Starter Monday
Amir Albazi5 days ago

Extends His Winning Streak
Daniel Pineda5 days ago

Unable To Earn A Victory Saturday
Jesse Butler5 days ago

Suffers Knockout Loss
Victor Altamirano5 days ago

Unable To Earn A Victory Saturday
Ketlen Souza5 days ago

Takes Submission Loss
Muhammad Naimov5 days ago

Shines With Second-Round TKO Win
Elizeu Zaleski dos Santos5 days ago

Defeats Abubakar Nurmagomedov
Kevin Harvick5 days ago

Rounds Out The Top 10 At Gateway
Michael McDowell5 days ago

Scores Best Finish In Two Months
Carson Hocevar5 days ago

Strong Start Ends Early
Daniel Suarez5 days ago

Runs A Strong Race At Gateway
Ryan Blaney5 days ago

Building Momentum
Martin Truex Jr5 days ago

. Finishes Where He Began Sunday
Kyle Larson5 days ago

Eventually Moved Up To Fourth On Sunday
Joey Logano5 days ago

Finds Way To Third Place On Sunday
Denny Hamlin5 days ago

Takes Second Place At Gateway
Kyle Busch5 days ago

Wins At Gateway For Third Win Of Season
Kai Kara-France5 days ago

Suffers Controversial Split-Decision Loss
Alex Caceres5 days ago

Pulls Off Action-Packed Co-Main-Event Win
Jim Miller6 days ago

Adds To All-Time Wins Total With Big Knockout
Tim Elliott6 days ago

Dominates To Take Decision Win
Denny Hamlin6 days ago

The Favorite To Win Gateway After Strong Practice
Ross Chastain6 days ago

Really Happy With His Chances At Gateway
NASCAR6 days ago

B.J. McLeod Does Not Start Last This Week
Ty Dillon6 days ago

Starts 33rd At Gateway On Sunday
Gray Gaulding6 days ago

Debuts At Gateway On Sunday
Noah Gragson6 days ago

Begins 32nd For Gateway On Sunday
Ryan Preece6 days ago

May Have Long Afternoon Sunday
Erik Jones6 days ago

Another DFS Possibility For Gateway
Justin Haley6 days ago

Can Move Up On Sunday Again
NASCAR6 days ago

Bubba Wallace Needs To Keep It Together Sunday