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2021 NFL Mock Draft for 7 Rounds - Version 15.0

Major trades have occurred since our last version with San Francisco, Miami and Philadelphia all making major deals and moving around in the first round.

**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.**

Follow the latest NFL Draft news and rookie breakdowns all offseason long at our NFL homepage.

Editor's Note: Our incredible team of writers won two writing awards and received 12 award nominations by the Fantasy Sports Writers Association. A big congrats to our very own Byron Lindeque (Golf) and Jordan McAbee (NASCAR) for both winning Writer Of The Year awards! Be sure to follow RotoBaller's analysis and advice all year long, and win more. Win More With RotoBaller!

 

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.
Penei Sewell may be the best player in this draft (yeah I said it), think about the potential combination with Mechi 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. San Francisco - Justin Fields (QB, Ohio State)
The wheeling and dealing has begun with San Francisco moving up to #3 overall. Is this indeed a quarterback? It seems likely that a deal made to move into the top five would be for a signal-caller although San Francisco may still begin the year with Jimmy Garoppolo behind center. With Garoppolo still the quarterback it would allow for Fields to begin the year on the bench and soak it all in. Now with a new quarterback in tow, it also allows for other teams who will be missing out in the quarterback carousel to make a deal to acquire Garoppolo. Could Trey Lance be the player the 49ers covet? It's a little too early to get a feel just yet but we play the odds and go with Fields in this spot.

4. Atlanta - Kyle Pitts (TE, Florida)
The Atlanta Falcons are now THE team to watch in the top five and they control the flow of the draft. With quarterbacks now seemingly being slotted for the top three picks this looks to be the spot where we see the first player outside of quarterback selected. This comes down between Pitts and Micah Parsons. Penei Sewell remains the best player available on the board but Atlanta seems satisfied with Jake Matthews and Kaleb McGary manning the ends.

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. Miami - Ja'Marr Chase (WR, LSU)
Miami gets to acquire more draft capital while only moving down three positions. While the Dolphins do indeed move down they can still acquire the position they are truly targeting, wide receiver. Chase was the top receiver in this class when the season began and he sat out due to the pandemic. The Heisman campaign of DeVonta Smith may have some Dolphin fans wanting him but Chase is still the player most teams covet at the position. Both are extremely productive but the smaller frame of Smith is worrisome to more than one franchise.

7. Detroit - Jaylen Waddle (WR, Alabama)
Detroit was a hard team to read when the offseason began but the tea leaves have come into focus. Nevermind the fact that Jared Goff is the new quarterback, Kenny Golliday and Marvin Jones are both gone. Breshad Perriman and Tyrell Williams are technically the starters right now which is an alarming downgrade. We choose Waddle over Smith due to his frame and the fact that he may be the better of the two receivers. Yes, Smith won the Heisman but Waddle was getting more work earlier on before his injury. There is no question that the amazing campaign displayed by DeVaonta Smith was aided by Jaylen Waddle being on the sideline.

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 - Micah Parsons (LB, Penn State)
It's a sign of the times for today's NFL that at pick #9 we finally have a defensive player being chosen. We had mocked Parsons here for some time then leaned towards the selection being a cornerback. Now that Ronald Darby and Kyle Fuller are in tow via free agency we can go back to Parsons being the selection at #9.

10. Dallas - Patrick Surtain II (CB, Alabama)
Roll Tide becomes the rallying call as Surtain goes at #10 meaning two Crimson Tide players are selected in the top ten. The injury news concerning Caleb Farley is what lands Surtain here although we are convinced Surtain is the better player at this point in his career. Surtain is a sure tackler and a better all-around player without the enormous ceiling players like Farley or even South Carolina product Jaycee Horn has.

11. New York Giants - Rashawn Slater (OT, Northwestern)
Kenny Golliday was a great get for the Giants but it does not necessarily preclude from the Giants looking away from wide receivers in Round 1. The offensive line has been in constant shambles and Slater is the first player off the board due to his flexibility and all-purpose role. Slater could play at nearly any spot along the offensive line

12. Philadelphia - DeVonta Smith (WR, Alabama)
The trade back to #12 left many fans in Philadelphia wanting blood or the head of GM Howie Roseman. Our question is why? Philadelphia acquired the Dolphins first-round pick for next season. The Eagles also have the Colts second-round pick for 2022 that escalates into a first-rounder if Carson Wentz plays 75% of the snaps in Indianapolis. The Eagles now are staring at a real possibility of having three first-round selections for 2022. This also seems to be a vote of confidence or Jalen Hurts moving forward. Cornerback is a huge hole but the Eagles will likely add a veteran that is cut from a team or make a trade for an experienced presence.

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 - Gregory Rousseau (DE, Miami)
It looks like the Vikings will be making a choice along the line at #14. The question is whether the pick will be along the offensive line or the defensive line. Here we go with the best player available and with no edge rushers off the board the choice became an easy one.

15. New England - Mac Jones (QB, Alabama)
Five quarterbacks off the board in fifteen 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 long-time mainstay Patrick Peterson has left town. 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 - Samuel Cosmi (OT, Texas)
The Raiders cut a host of quality offensive linemen and a number should still be on the board when the time comes for their first selection. Cosmi has a very impressive Pro Day and raised his stock significantly. There were a few teams questioning his athleticism and those concerns should have been erased with his impressive showing. Don't be surprised if Creed Humphrey is the choice at center though #17 would be a bit of a reach.

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 - Alex Leatherwood (OT, Alabama)
Andy Dalton was a move that many didn't see coming. Improving the offensive line will be a focal point and Leatherwood might ultimately be a guard at the next level. There is an outside chance this could be a player like Christian Barrimore along the defensive line although that area will likely be addressed a bit later.

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 Leatherwood 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 - Zaven Collins (LB, Tulsa)
Drafting Creed Humphrey could be a possibility but Pittsburgh could be waiting to try and grab him in Round 2. Zaven Collins will bring the heat around the outside, something that is always needed with the Steelers defense. Collins will be looked at to ease the loss of Bud Dupree.

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 thought 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. We are going to stick with a wide receiver after the departure of Emmanuel Sanders.

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)
Daviyon Nixon will bring that Big Ten Defensive Player of the Year swagger to the Buccaneers. Nixon is 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 - Jaelan Phillips DE Miami
35. Atlanta - Creed Humphrey C Oklahoma
36. Miami - Caleb Farley CB Virginia Tech
37. Philadelphia - Kwity Paye DE Michigan
38. Cincinnati - Marvin Wilson DT Florida State
39. Carolina - Brevin Jordan TE Miami
40. Denver - Liam Eichenberg OT Notre Dame
41. Detroit - Kadarius Toney WR Florida
42. NY Giants - Teven Jenkins OT Oklahoma State
43. San Francisco - Asante Samuel Jr. CB Florida State
44. Dallas - Joseph Ossai DE Texas
45. Jacksonville - Ritchie Grant S UCF
46. New England - Greg Newsome CB Northwestern
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 - Trey Smith OG Tennessee
53. Tennessee - Jackson Carmen OG Clemson
54. Indianapolis - Tylan Wallace WR Oklahoma State
55. Pittsburgh - Landon Dickerson C Alabama
56. Seattle - Tyson Campbell CB Georgia
57. LA Rams - Chazz Surrat LB North Carolina
58. Baltimore - Spencer Brown OT Northern Iowa
59. Cleveland - Quincy Roche DE Miami
60. New Orleans - Carlos Basham Jr. DE Wake Forest
61. Buffalo - Jayson Oweh DE Penn State
62. Green Bay - Jay Tufele DT USC
63. Kansas City - Jabril Cox LB LSU
64. Tampa Bay - Talanoa Hufanga S USC

 

Round 3 - NFL Mock Draft

65. Jacksonville - Aaron Robinson CB UCF
66. NY Jets - Tutu Atwell WR Louisville
67. Houston - Ben Cleveland OG Georgia
68. Atlanta - Patrick Jones DE Pitt
69. Cincinnati - Dylan Moses LB Alabama
70. Philadelphia - Rodarius Williams CB Oklahoma State
71. Denver - Kenneth Gainwell RB Memphis
72. Detroit - Dillon Radunz OT North Dakota State
73. Carolina - Alim McNeill DT NC State
74. Washington - Hamseh Nasirildeen S Florida State
75. Dallas - Alaric Jackson OT Iowa
76. NY Giants - Israel Mukuamu CB South Carolina
77. New England Forfeit
78. LA Chargers - Amon-Ra St. Brown WR USC
79. Minnesota - Levi Onwuzurike DT Washington
80. Las Vegas - Jordan Smith DE UAB
81. Las Vegas - Dyami Brown WR North Carolina
82. Miami - Shaun Wade CB Ohio State
83. Washington - Chuba Hubbard RB Oklahoma State
84. Chicago - Jamie Newman QB Georgia
85. Philadelphia - Pete Werner LB Ohio State
86. Tennessee - Josh Myers C Ohio State
87. NY Jets - Elijah Moulden CB Washington
88. Pittsburgh - Eric Stokes CB Georgia
89. LA Rams - Bobby Brown III DT Texas A&M
90. Cleveland - Aaron Banks OG Notre Dame
91. Minnesota - Hunter Long
92. Cleveland - Darius Stills DT West Virginia
93. Green Bay - Cameron McGrone LB Michigan
94. Buffalo - Hamilcar Rashed LB Oregon State
95. Kansas City - Ronnie Perkins DE Oklahoma
96. Tampa Bay - Sage Surrat WR Wake Forest
97. New England - Richard LeCounte S Georgia
98. LA Chargers - Joe Tryon DE Washington
99. New Orleans - Ifeatu Melifonwu CB Syracuse
100. Dallas - Javonte Williams RB North Carolina
101. Tennessee - Robert Rochell CB Central Arkansas
102. Detroit - Trey Sermon RB Ohio State
103. San Francisco - Walker Little OT Stanford
104. LA Rams - Tommy Kraemer OG Notre Dame
105. Baltimore - Seth Williams WR Auburn
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 - Baron Browning LB Ohio State
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 - Rashad Weaver DE Pitt
115. Denver - Caden Sterns S Texas
116. Dallas - Tommy Tremble TE Notre Dame
117. NY Giants - Deablo Divine S Virginia Tech
118. San Francisco - Amari Rodgers WR Clemson
119. LA Chargers - Paulson Adebo CB Stanford
120. Minnesota - Marco Wilson CB Florida
121. New England - Chris Rumph DE Duke
122. Las Vegas - Charles Snowden LB Virginia
123. New England - Jaylen Twyman DT Pitt
124. Phialadelphia - Michal Menet C Penn State
125. Washington - Trill Williams CB Syracuse
126. Minnesota - Matt Bushman TE BYU
127. Tennessee - Dayo Odeyingbo DT Vanderbilt
128. Indianapolis - Drew Himmelman OT Illinois State
129. Pittsburgh - Calvin Ashley OG Florida A&M
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 - Shakur Brown CB Michigan State
136. Green Bay - Adrian Ealy OT Oklahoma
137. Kansas City - Landon Young OT Kentucky
138. Tampa Bay - Osa Odighizuwa DE UCLA
139. Dallas - Donovan Stiner S Florida
140. New England - Elijah Mitchell RB Louisiana
141. Pittsburgh - Elijah Moore WR Mississippi
142. LA Rams - Cary Angeline TE NC State
143. Green Bay - Victor Dimukeje DE Duke
144. Minnesota - Dazz Newsome WR North Carolina
145. Kansas City - Tarron Jackson DE Coastal Carolina

 

Round 5 - NFL Mock Draft

146. Jacksonville - Deonte Brown OG Alabama
147. NY Jets - Camryn Bynum CB Cal
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 - Brady Christensen OT BYU
153. Denver - Shane Buechele QB SMU
154. Detroit - K.J. Britt LB Auburn
155. NY Jets - Malik Herring DT Georgia
156. San Francisco - Sadarius Hutcherson OG South Carolina
157. Miami - Tamorrion Terry WR Florida State
158. Minnesota - Jamien Sherwood S Auburn
159. Houston - Kary Vincent CB LSU
160. LA Chargers - Kenny Yeboah TE Mississippi
161. Arizona - Marquiss Spencer DT Mississippi State
162. Buffalo - Deommodore Lenoir CB Oregon
163. Las Vegas - LaBryan Ray DT Alabama
164. Washington - Paddy Fisher LB Northwestern
165. Chicago - Tyler Vaughns WR USC
166. Indianapolis - Michael Dwumfor DT Rutgers
167. Tennessee - Bryan Mills CB North Carolina Central
168. Las Vegas - Payton Turner DE Houston
169. Minnesota - Ben Mason FB Michigan
170. Cleveland - Monty Rice LB Georgia
171. Jacksonville - Kendrick Green OG Illinois
172. Baltimore - Amen Ogbongbemiga LB Oklahoma State
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. New England - ArDarius Washington CB TCU
179. Green Bay - DJ Daniel CB Georgia
180. Dallas - Tariq Thompson S San Diego State
181. San Francisco - Tedarrell Slaton DT Florida
182. Kansas City - Cade Johnson WR South Dakota State
183. Atlanta - Ambry Thomas CB Michigan
184. Atlanta - Jeremiah Moon DE Florida
185. Baltimore - Tony Poljan TE Virginia

 

Round 6 - NFL Mock Draft

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

 

Round 7 - NFL Mock Draft

230. New Orleans - Damar Hamlin S Pitt
231. San Francisco - Riley Cole LB South Alabama
232. Miami - Isaiah Kaufusi LB BYU
233. Tennessee - Nick Eubanks TE Michigan
234. Houston - Max Duffy P Kentucky
235. Philadelphia - Janarius Robinson DE Florida State
236. Cincinnati - Tommy Doyle OT Miami (OH)
237. Buffalo - Justus Reed DE Virginia Tech
236. Denver - Dan Moore Jr. OT Texas A&M
239. Dallas - Mark Webb CB Georgia
240. Denver - Isaiah Loudermilk DE Wisconsin
241. Philadelphia - Kevin Thomson QB Washington
242. LA Chargers - Shi Smith WR South Carolina
243. Minnesota - Forfeit
244. New England - Keith Taylor CB Washington
245. Arizona - Greg McCrae RB Central Florida
246. Washington - Josh Ball OT Marshall
247. Pittsburgh - Larry Borom OT Missouri
248. Washington - Eli Howard DE Texas Tech
249. Arizona - Nate Hobbs CB Illinois
250. Indianapolis - Malcolm Koonce DE Buffalo
251. Jacksonville - Anthony Hines III LB Texas A&M
252. Seattle - Jaylon Moore OT Western Michigan
253. Tampa Bay - Wyatt Hubert DE Kansas State
254. LA Rams - Tre Brown CB Oklahoma
255. Denver - Dez Fitzpatrick WR Louisville
256. Pittsburgh - Rhamondre Stevenson RB Oklahoma
257. New Orleans Forfeit
258. Green Bay - William Sherman OG Colorado
259. Cleveland - K.J. Costello QB Mississippi State
260. Miami - Olijah Griffin CB USC
261. Tampa Bay - Robert Jones OT Middle Tennessee



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Charles Oliveira14 hours ago

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Arman Tsarukyan14 hours ago

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Laurent Brossoit16 hours ago

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Lucas Raymond17 hours ago

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Sidney Crosby17 hours ago

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Sergei Bobrovsky17 hours ago

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Timo Meier17 hours ago

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Noah Dobson17 hours ago

Sustains An Upper-Body Injury
Colton Cowser1 day ago

Hits First Two MLB Homers
Yariel Rodriguez1 day ago

Blue Jays Calling Up Yariel Rodriguez
Rafael Devers1 day ago

Likely To Need Another Day Off
Justin Verlander1 day ago

Astros Won't Rush Back Justin Verlander
Cody Brundage1 day ago

A Massive Underdog At UFC 300
Bo Nickal1 day ago

Puts Undefeated Record On The Line
Max Holloway1 day ago

Moves Back Up To Lightweight At UFC 300
Justin Gaethje1 day ago

Puts BMF Belt On The Line At UFC 300
Zhang Weili1 day ago

Defends Strawweight Title At UFC 300
Tom Brady1 day ago

Won't Rule Out Return To NFL
Treylon Burks1 day ago

Has To Earn It In 2024
Tua Tagovailoa1 day ago

Doesn't Plan On Holding Out
Mason Miller1 day ago

Locks Down Second Save
Jose Altuve1 day ago

Picks Up Three Hits Thursday
Bobby Witt Jr.1 day ago

Has Monster Day At The Plate
Brandon Lowe1 day ago

Heading To Injured List With Oblique Strain
Rafael Devers1 day ago

Still Bothered By Shoulder
Vaughn Grissom1 day ago

Starting Rehab Assignment Friday
Eloy Jiménez1 day ago

Eloy Jimenez Could Return This Weekend
C.J. Uzomah1 day ago

Expected To Sign With Eagles
Washington Commanders2 days ago

Commanders Hosting Top QB Prospects Next Week
Nick Chubb2 days ago

Browns, Nick Chubb Agree To Reworked Contract
Connor Hellebuyck2 days ago

Connor HelleBuyck Getting A Breather Thursday
Timothy Liljegren2 days ago

Could Return Before Postseason
Igor Shesterkin2 days ago

Getting A Rest Day Thursday
Matt Tomkins2 days ago

Getting Rare Start Thursday
Jake McCabe2 days ago

To Sit Out On Thursday
Joel Edmundson2 days ago

To Return On Thursday
Leon Draisaitl2 days ago

Enjoys Multi-Point Outing Versus Vegas
Ryan Nugent-Hopkins2 days ago

Picks Up Two Assists Wednesday
Jordan Kyrou2 days ago

Scores Twice In Wednesday's Win
Elias Pettersson2 days ago

Extends Point Streak With Power-Play Goal
Quinn Hughes2 days ago

Sends Out Three Assists Wednesday
Dylan Guenther2 days ago

Celebrates Birthday With Four Points
Tony Pollard2 days ago

Titans Calling Tyjae Spears, Tony Pollard 1A And 1B
Rashee Rice2 days ago

Arrest Warrant Issued For Rashee Rice
Nick Foligno2 days ago

Out On Wednesday
Petr Mrazek2 days ago

Between The Pipes Wednesday
Connor Ingram2 days ago

Expected To Start Wednesday
Jayden Daniels2 days ago

Meeting With Giants On Monday
Jacksonville Jaguars3 days ago

Jaguars, Josh Allen Agree On Five-Year Extension
Jason Day3 days ago

Heads To Augusta After Rough March Stretch
Sepp Straka3 days ago

Save Yourself The Heartache And Don't Play Sepp Straka At The Masters
Bryson DeChambeau3 days ago

: The Battle Of Form Versus Recent History
Dustin Johnson3 days ago

Is A True Wild Card At Augusta
Patrick Cantlay3 days ago

Lost With His Irons Of Late
Rory McIlroy3 days ago

In Good Form Heading To Augusta
Keegan Bradley3 days ago

Coming To Augusta National With Ice-Cold Putter
Nicolai Hojgaard3 days ago

Looking For Putter At Augusta National
Tiger Woods3 days ago

Set To Make Another Start At The Masters
Nick Taylor3 days ago

A Boring Play At The Masters
Akshay Bhatia3 days ago

Earns Last Remaining Invite To The Masters
Tom Kim3 days ago

Looking For Turnaround At Year's First Major
Sahith Theegala3 days ago

Making Second Start At Augusta National
Wyndham Clark4 days ago

Chasing History At Augusta
Will Zalatoris4 days ago

In Questionable Form Ahead Of Masters
Tony Finau4 days ago

Seeking First Major Victory At Augusta
Shane Lowry4 days ago

In Top Form Heading To Augusta
PGA4 days ago

Tyrell Hatton An Overlooked LIV Option At Augusta
Min Woo Lee4 days ago

A Risky Option For The Masters
Sergio Garcia4 days ago

Can Always Lurk At The Masters
PGA4 days ago

J.T. Poston Needs To Show Early 2024 Form Now
Chase Briscoe4 days ago

Has Great Run At Martinsville
Alex Bowman4 days ago

Still Solid Despite Teammates' Podium Sweep
Anthony Richardson4 days ago

Making Good Progress
CeeDee Lamb5 days ago

Holdout Could Be Coming For CeeDee Lamb
Chris Curtis5 days ago

Defeated Via Split Decision
Brendan Allen5 days ago

Wins Split Decision In A Back-And-Forth Fight
Morgan Charrière5 days ago

Morgan Charriere Drops Decision Matchup
MMA5 days ago

Jose Mariscal Edges Decision Win At UFC Vegas 90
Lukasz Brzeski5 days ago

Snaps Losing Streak At UFC Vegas 90
Valter Walker5 days ago

Defeated In UFC Debut
Joey Logano5 days ago

Had Best Pit Strategy But Lacked Winning Speed at Martinsville
Kyle Larson5 days ago

Fastest at Martinsville But Not When It Mattered
NASCAR5 days ago

Bubba Wallace Earns His First Top-Five Finish At Martinsville Speedway
Chase Elliott5 days ago

Finishes Third At Martinsville
Ryan Blaney5 days ago

Makes Best Of Evening At Martinsville
Ryan Preece5 days ago

Finds Way Into Top Ten At Martinsville
George Pickens5 days ago

Skips Session With New QB
Tyler Reddick5 days ago

Quietly Obtains Seventh At Martinsville
William Byron5 days ago

Scores His Second Martinsville Win
Atlanta Falcons5 days ago

Falcons Would Consider Re-Signing Calais Campbell
Trevor Peek5 days ago

Falls To .500 In The UFC
Charlie Campbell5 days ago

Remains Undefeated In The UFC
Christos Giagos5 days ago

Loses In The First Round
Ignacio Bahamondes5 days ago

Gets First-Round Stoppage
Alexander Hernandez5 days ago

Loses A Decision At UFC Vegas 90
Martin Truex Jr6 days ago

Is Martin Truex Jr. One Of The Top Favorites At Martinsville?
Daniel Suarez6 days ago

Should Daniel Suarez Be Rostered For Martinsville?
Kyle Larson6 days ago

Wins The Pole For Martinsville
New England Patriots6 days ago

Patriots, Kyle Dugger Agree To Four-Year Extension
Corey Lajoie6 days ago

Corey LaJoie Is A Likable DFS Value Play For Martinsville
Denny Hamlin6 days ago

Is One of The Top Favorites To Win At Martinsville
Chase Elliott6 days ago

Will Start Third at Martinsville
Ross Chastain6 days ago

Roster Ross Chastain With Caution At Martinsville
Chase Briscoe6 days ago

Must Not Be Underestimated At Martinsville
Christopher Bell6 days ago

Is A Top-10 Recommendation For Martinsville
NASCAR6 days ago

Bubba Wallace Will Start On The Front Row In Sunday's Race At Martinsville
Ryan Preece6 days ago

Should You Play Ryan Preece In DFS This Weekend?
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