Christian’s NFL Mock Draft 7.0

Updated: Aug 24, 2020

It’s 1:24 AM as I begin to write this. Boredom has taketh over. The 2020 NFL Draft is prevalent in the forefront of my mind. Earlier, I hit my bed up for a quick snooze, but couldn’t get Isaiah Simmons to the Lions out of my head, so I decided instead to draft up a three-round mock with trades. This is the motherload for me. A previous edition of my mock draft series was a three-rounder that included trades, but I was a novice back then (it was published in March). I’m still a novice. I don’t claim to know it all. But I did put a ton of work into this one to give you all something worth reading.

I do want to mention that this mock is predictive; while my rankings did play a role while crafting this masterpiece, I also relied on the buzz surrounding each player and the value that reputable sources are placing on them. Shall we begin?

Oh and if you just want to see your favorite team’s haul, scroll to the bottom – I broke everything down there.

First Round

1. Joe Burrow, QB, LSU

Joe Burrow is the consensus number one overall pick, as he should be. He was elite in every aspect of the game in 2019, and while the concerns around his arm strength are warranted, it didn’t affect him against NFL-caliber talent during the greatest individual quarterback season of all time. Could Cincinnati mess this up? Definitely. But they shouldn’t. My 1.5-year-old daughter could make this pick – and she’s a dog.

2. Chase Young, EDGE, Ohio State

While there has been a significant amount of buzz swirling about the Redskins trading back, I simply don’t believe there will be a partner willing to part with the assets necessary to sway them. Chase Young has been getting comped to Julius Peppers for months now. While I think the comps should dial back to probably Myles Garrett, I still think Chase Young is the second-best player in this class, behind only the aforementioned Burrow. Will the Redskins have an abundance of defensive linemen? Yes. Does it matter? No.

3. Isaiah Simmons, LB/S/CB/EDGE/TE/WR, Clemson

Okay, so I gave this pick away in the intro, but something had to entice you to continue reading, right? There isn’t much that Isaiah Simmons cannot do. He is the ultimate football player. He’s like a utility infielder and outfielder, except he’s better than all of the starters. I added tight end and wide receiver to his listing, because I truly believe he can play both of those positions at a Taysom Hill-like level. Matt Patricia needs a versatile player like Simmons, and replacing Darius Slay with Jeff Okudah would be nice, but a tough sell to keep the regime in tact.

4. Andrew Thomas, OT, Georgia

I’ve moved back and forth on who I believe the Giants will select if Isaiah Simmons is off the board. Jeff Okudah is a decent option, but it doesn’t feel super Dave Gettleman. I argued that Gettleman loves BPA, and that may be the case more times than not. But I also believe he will learn from past mistakes. He has his RB and his QB (both extremely high-pick investments) and he needs to put them in a position to succeed. Andrew Thomas is the most pro-ready tackle in this class. He definitely doesn’t have the highest ceiling, but he has the highest floor, and that may be enough to convince Dave Gettleman to make him the first tackle off the board.

5. Justin Herbert, QB, Oregon

No part of me condones this. But in today’s NFL, you take your quarterback no matter where you’re sitting in the draft (Dave Gettleman proved that last year). I still think Tua to the Dolphins would be a dream scenario, not only for fans, but for the entire NFL. I also believe the “Tua is going to slide” hype a bit, and I don’t think the Dolphins want to chance not getting a crack at one of the top few quarterbacks. Justin Herbert comes in at QB6 for me, so you can call me a hater. But he’s QB2 off the board. I’m sorry, Dolphins fans.

6. Jordan Love, QB, Utah State

WHOA. I said I’m buying into the Tua slide, but I’m not buying into the Jordan Love slide. If Tua falls, that means that teams were comfortable drafting Jordan Love. I think teams should be comfortable doing just that, and in this case, Tyrod Taylor can take Jordan Love under his wing and mold him into a phenomenal starting quarterback. A year of NFL coaching and under the tutelage of one of the smarter QBs in the NFL will be hugely beneficial to Love. Please continue reading.

7. Jeff Okudah, CB, Ohio State

Losing James Bradberry sucks for the Panthers (even if he is overpaid on his new contract) until Jeff Okudah falls in the draft. Jeff Okudah is an elite cornerback. He’s a fit in any scheme and while he could shore up some technique in covering the flats, he’s almost guaranteed to be a Pro Bowler in his rookie year, in my opinion. The Panthers get a lockdown, cornerstone corner (ha ha) and the Matt Rhule era kicks off with a bang.

8. Jedrick Wills, OT, Alabama

Tampa Bay sends pick 1.14, 3.76 & a 2021 second-round pick to Arizona for pick 1.08.

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers need to go all in. Push the chips, flip the cards, and hope that Tom Brady provides the royal flush. Jedrick Wills is the best tackle in the class, in my opinion. He’s stout in pass pro. His footwork is elite. His punch is unmatched. And he’s a monster in the run game. Whether or not the Bucs move him to the left side doesn’t matter. All sides are blind when you’re dealing with Tom Brady’s level of mobility. Wills puts the Bucs on the right path to the top of the NFC.

9. Tua Tagovailoa, QB, Alabama

Gardner Minshew was awesome in 2019. Well, truthfully, he had his ups and downs, but overall, he showed a lot of promise for a rookie that wasn’t expected to touch the field. But is he the answer at quarterback? Do the Jaguars think so? I’m not sure. They were able to get out of the Nick Foles contract, but that’s left them with a slight need at the position. Believe me, I’m a Gardner Minshew believer, but if Tua reaches his full potential, he is better than Gardner. He is probably better than him right now. And hey, Gardner can start for most of the year while Tua continues to “rest” his hip and ankle.

10. Javon Kinlaw, DT, South Carolina

Atlanta sends picks 1.16 and 2.47 to Cleveland for picks 1.10 and 4.115.

First, I’ll get this out of the way: I know that’s not the greatest haul for the Browns. But I believe that moving down six spots to jump two rounds is worth it to the Browns. So. Deal with it.

I think teams are really high on Javon Kinlaw (as they should be). I think that CJ Henderson being on the board still made this a difficult selection, but I also think that the Falcons have shown that they plan to invest in the defensive line (see: 2020 NFL Free Agency). Adding Javon Kinlaw to Grady Jarrett, Tak McKinley, and Dante Fowler Jr. sure would make a hell of a front four.

11. Henry Ruggs III, WR, Alabama

The report surfaced that the Jets are interested in Henry Ruggs III and I’m fully sending it to the bank. I think that there is a quiet likelihood that Ruggs will be the first receiver taken, and in this case, he is able to join Sam Darnold and Lev Bell in what could become a dynamic offense. Ruggs is fast, yes, but his route running and hands are also above most of the receivers in this class, and the Tyreek Hill potential is real. Sam Darnold needs a weapon. He gets one here.

12. CJ Henderson, CB, Florida

I think the Raiders probably want to go wideout with their first pick. I also believe that they’re basing that desire off the fact that CJ Henderson will be off the board. If he’s there, the Raiders have to take him. They need a shutdown corner, and while Henderson does have his instinctual issues, he’s going to be the second corner taken on Thursday.

13. Jerry Jeudy, WR, Alabama

While the OBJ rumors continue to swirl, Kyle Shanahan can sleep well knowing that Jerry Jeudy, the player most-often comped to Odell, will likely be there when the 49ers select at pick 13. Jeudy is one of the best route runners I’ve watched since I began doing this. His ability to work blindspots, shift his body weight, and ultimately get himself wide open will be good for Jimmy Garoppolo. And it’ll allow the 49ers to continue contending in 2020 and beyond.

14. Kenneth Murray, LB, Oklahoma

From trade with Bucs.

Maybe I’m crazy. Maybe the Cardinals will truly take a tackle. Maybe they’ll go Derrick Brown. But for some reason, I have a feeling they will go Kenneth Murray. Most think this spot is too rich for Kenneth Murray, but I’ll reference a draft from long, long ago (2019) where Devin White AND Devin Bush went top-ten. A phenomenal leader’s impact on a team cannot be understated, and that’s what Kenneth Murray is. He’s also a damn good football player.

15. Tristan Wirfs, OL, Iowa

The Broncos have a chance to take CeeDee Lamb and Justin Jefferson here. I get it. But Garett Bolles is bad at football, and Mike Munchak won’t have him anywhere near Drew Lock’s blindside in 2020. When I asked noted Broncos fan, Brandon Sweet, about if Bolles could maybe shift to the right side, his response was “yeah, the right side of the sideline.” Tristan Wirfs may be best suited as a guard in the NFL, but I think Munchak could refine some of his flaws and make him a starting-caliber left tackle. Stay tuned for the receiver, Broncos fans.

16. Mekhi Becton, OT, Louisville

From trade with Falcons.

The Browns have been heavily rumored to be targeting Ezra Cleveland in the 2020 NFL Draft. While I think that’s a mistake (Ezra cannot play day one and the Browns need a guy who can), it doesn’t matter here because Mekhi Becton falls right into their lap. Mekhi probably shouldn’t play day one either, but his impact in the zone running game will be too significant for him to sit on the bench. Plus, Bill Callahan will be able to get his hands on Mekhi (so that he can get his on fast edge rushers), making him one of the most interesting first-round selections to watch moving into the season.

17. Derrick Brown, DT, Auburn

One of Javon Kinlaw or Derrick Brown will fall. I tend to believe it’s going to be Derrick Brown because of his lack of impactful plays in the pass rush. I know the Cowboys just signed Gerald McCoy and Dontari Poe, but Brown is an upgrade from Poe and McCoy will need replaced sooner rather than later. Brown can slide in and create one of the best defensive fronts in the NFL (provided that they’re healthy or not suspended).

18. CeeDee Lamb, WR, Oklahoma

Philadelphia sends picks 1.21, 3.103, & a 2021 fifth-round pick to Miami for pick 1.18.

Adam Mack. This is for you. Somehow, CeeDee began to fall when I crafted this mock, and while I feel he’s worth a top-ten pick, he doesn’t offer the flair that the other two receivers do. Plus, he’s not a great fit for either team. He is a phenomenal fit for Carson Wentz and the Eagles, however, and they actually don’t have to give much up to get him. CeeDee will give Wentz his DeAndre Hopkins so the Deshaun Watson vs. Carson Wentz debaters can see the roles reversed.

19. Justin Jefferson, WR, LSU

Well, the Eagles jumped the Raiders for CeeDee Lamb, but I actually don’t think Mike Mayock cares. Justin Jefferson is every bit of outstanding as the top three receivers, and he’s coming from a championship-winning program, ran much faster than expected at the NFL Combine, and gives Derek Carr a different type of weapon – a versatile one.

20. Jeremy Chinn, S, Southern Illinois

You may think I’m crazy here. That’s fine. I think there’s a good chance Jeremy Chinn is the first safety off the board, and he feels like a Jaguar already. His blitzing ability is unique, his ball skills are top of the class, and he is an elite open-field tackler. I think those three things get him into the first round.

21. D’Andre Swift, RB, Georgia

From trade with Eagles.

“Why not wait until pick 26?” Well, because when you’re getting a franchise running back, some team may jump you. I believe that this pick will be Swift, but it could very well be JK Dobbins or Jonathan Taylor. Either way, I believe the Dolphins will have their franchise running back when Thursday night concludes.

22. Jalen Hurts, QB, Oklahoma

New Orleans sends picks 1.24 and 4.130 to Minnesota for pick 1.22.

Another “WHOA” for you. The Saints just watched four quarterbacks come off the board in the top nine selections of this draft and realized that Taysom freaking Hill is their backup quarterback. Taysom Hill is not a quarterback. At least not a viable one if Drew Brees were to go down. Jalen Hurts is, and he could end up being the Aaron Rodgers to Brees’ Brett Favre. I love Hurts – I have him as my QB4 and I believe that his stock will just continue to rise. To the guy on Facebook who blocked me for saying Hurts has a chance to go here, note that my money is where my mouth is now.

23. Cesar Ruiz, C, Michigan

David Andrews is ‘optimistic’ about playing in 2020, but that doesn’t mean that the Patriots shouldn’t return to their roots and draft trench players. Shaq Mason had a pretty bad year and Joe Thuney is on the franchise tag, so if Andrews comes back, there could still be a starting role for Ruiz. He’s a phenomenal run blocker and his pass protection is next to none in this interior offensive line class. It’s not flashy, but these are the kinds of picks that built the dynasty.

24. K’Lavon Chaisson, EDGE, LSU

From trade with Saints.

That was quite the slide for K’Lavon, but it’s a slide that I think more people should expect. Chaisson feels very Barkevious Mingo, and while I do think he has the tools to be successful in the NFL, there’s not much production to back that up. I have the lowest possible first-round grade I can give on Chaisson, and he comes awfully close to slipping all the way out of the first round.

25. Jeff Gladney, CB, TCU

Back-to-back picks for Minnesota, and back-to-back risks. Don’t get me wrong, I love Jeff Gladney. But is his feistiness enough to match up against the top receivers in the NFL? I’m not sure, and he’s a small guy. Do I think he’s better than every option they currently have outside of maybe Mike Hughes? Yeah, probably. Gladney provides some much-needed help in the DB room, joining Chaisson in Minnesota.

26. Josh Jones, OT, Houston

Protecting Justin Herbert and opening lanes for D’Andre Swift can now become a priority. Josh Jones is quietly probably the third-most pro ready tackle, behind only Thomas and Wills, and he’s a day one starter at the position in my opinion. The Dolphins need a lot of those, and they also need a lot of linemen. They get the ball rolling here.

27. Isaiah Wilson, OT, Georgia

Josh Jones is to Jedrick Wills as Isaiah Wilson is to Mekhi Becton. Wilson is a bit of a project. His footwork is sloppy, he oversteps and loses balance at times, and he was outshined by Andrew Thomas on the Georgia offensive line. But he is also a mammoth human being and the potential is through the roof. Could he bust? Sure. But I think he’s going in the first and this time, it’s to Seattle.

28. Jordyn Brooks, LB, Texas Tech

Brooks over Queen? Yeah. It’s not something I would do, but the buzz surrounding Brooks seems to be increasing, and Patrick Queen has been losing steam. I think there’s a solid chance that Brooks is the second true linebacker taken behind only Kenneth Murray. And I’ve said in previous iterations of my mocks that if Brooks goes to Baltimore, he will be an All-Pro linebacker.

29. Denzel Mims, WR, Baylor

This is a pick I actually feel confident in, provided that he’s there when the Titans pick. Denzel Mims gives the Titans one hell of an assortment of weapons. AJ Brown, Corey Davis, Derrick Henry, Denzel Mims, and probably a tight end later in the draft. With this group, the Titans could very well return to the AFC Championship Game.

30. Michael Pittman Jr., WR, USC

As Randy would say, “anarchy.” I think Michael Pittman Jr. has a good chance to go in the first round, despite being in a loaded wide receiver class. His speed was impressive at the combine, and that’s where I, personally, had concerns. I assume that teams feel the same, and what better team to select a big ass receiver than the Green Bay Packers.

31. Jonathan Taylor, RB, Wisconsin

Indianapolis gives picks 2.44 and 3.75 to San Francisco for picks 1.31 and 5.176.

The Colts and 49ers have already established a good relationship with the DeForest Buckner trade and I think that could continue on Thursday. The Colts have a sneaky need at running back – Marlon Mack struggles to stay on the field at times and they were down to their third- and fourth-string backs in the midst of a division race in 2019. That indicates to me that they’ll be looking to get a more dependable guy to take handoffs from Philip Rivers in 2020.

32. Xavier McKinney, S, Alabama

Miami sends picks 2.39, 5.153 & a 2021 fourth-round pick to Kansas City for pick 1.32.

Trading up for a safety is foolish. Trading up for McKinney? Not as foolish. McKinney will be able to line up in the slot, play some single-high, and be the anchor at the back of the Miami defense that significantly improved at the start of free agency. McKinney is sort of a poor man’s Minkah, so replacing Minkah with McKinney seems like a good plan.


Second Round

  1. Cincinnati – Yetur Gross-Matos, EDGE, Penn State

  2. Indianapolis – Brandon Aiyuk, WR, Arizona State

  3. Detroit – Marlon Davidson, DT, Auburn

  4. Cleveland (from New York)Grant Delpit, S, LSU Cleveland sends picks 1.41 and a 2021 third-round pick.

  5. Los Angeles Chargers – Jalen Reagor, WR, TCU

  6. Carolina – Antoine Winfield Jr., S, Minnesota

  7. Kansas City (from Miami) Kristian Fulton, CB, LSU

  8. Houston – AJ Epenesa, EDGE, Iowa

  9. New York Giants (from Cleveland) Patrick Queen, LB, LSU

  10. Jacksonville – Jaylon Johnson, CB, Utah

  11. Chicago – Ashtyn Davis, S, California

  12. San Francisco (from Indianapolis) Trevon Diggs, CB, Alabama

  13. Tampa Bay – JK Dobbins, RB, Ohio State

  14. Denver – KJ Hamler, WR, Penn State

  15. Cleveland (from Atlanta) Ross Blacklock, DT, TCU

  16. Jacksonville (from New York Jets) Josh Uche, EDGE, Michigan Jacksonville sends Yannick Ngakoue to New York for picks 2.48, 4.120, and a 2021 third-round pick.

  17. Pittsburgh – Jonah Jackson, G, Ohio State

  18. Chicago – Noah Igbinoghene, CB, Auburn

  19. Dallas – AJ Terrell, CB, Clemson

  20. Los Angeles Rams – Ezra Cleveland, OT, Boise State

  21. Philadelphia – Damon Arnette, CB, Ohio State

  22. Buffalo – Zack Baun, LB, Wisconsin

  23. Baltimore – Terrell Lewis, EDGE, Alabama

  24. Miami – Lloyd Cushenberry, C, LSU

  25. Green Bay (from Los Angeles Rams) Jacob Eason, QB, Washington Green Bay sends picks 2.62 and 4.136.

  26. Minnesota – Tee Higgins, WR, Clemson

  27. Seattle – Laviska Shenault Jr., WR, Colorado

  28. Detroit (from Baltimore) Clyde Edwards-Helaire, RB, LSU Detroit sends picks 3.67, 5.149 and 7.235.

  29. Tennessee – Lucas Niang, OT, TCU

  30. Los Angeles Rams (from Green Bay) Willie Gay Jr., LB, Mississippi State

  31. Kansas City – Cam Akers, RB, Florida

  32. New York Jets (from Seattle) Austin Jackson, OT, USC New York sends picks 3.68 and 6.191.


Third Round

  1. Cincinnati – Neville Gallimore, DT, Oklahoma

  2. Washington – Matt Peart, OT, UCONN

  3. Baltimore (from Detroit) Robert Hunt, OL, Louisiana-Lafayette

  4. Seattle (from New York Jets) Curtis Weaver, EDGE, Boise State

  5. Carolina – Malik Harrison, LB, Ohio State

  6. Miami – Davon Hamilton, DT, Ohio State

  7. Los Angeles Chargers – Ben Bartch, OL, St John’s

  8. Arizona – Justin Madubuike, DT, Texas A&M

  9. Jacksonville – Raekwon Davis, DT, Alabama

  10. Cleveland – Logan Wilson, LB, Wyoming

  11. San Francisco (from Indianapolis) Jordan Elliott, DT, Missouri

  12. Arizona (from Tampa Bay) Saahdiq Charles, OT, LSU

  13. Denver – Cameron Dantzler, CB, Mississippi State

  14. Atlanta – Bryce Hall, CB, Virginia

  15. New York Jets – Adam Trautman, TE, Dayton

  16. Las Vegas – Akeem Davis-Gaither, LB, App. State

  17. Las Vegas – Kyle Dugger, S, Lenoir-Rhyne

  18. New England (from Dallas) Chase Claypool, WR, Notre Dame New England sends picks 3.87 and 5.172.

  19. Denver – Matt Hennessy, C, Temple

  20. Tennessee (from Los Angeles Rams) – Cole Kmet, TE, Notre Dame Tennessee sends picks 3.93, 5.174, and 7.243.

  21. Detroit – Julian Okwara, EDGE, Notre Dame

  22. Buffalo – Bryan Edwards, WR, South Carolina

  23. Dallas (from New England) – Terrell Burgess, S, Utah

  24. Green Bay (from New Orleans) Jonathan Greenard, EDGE, Florida Green Bay sends picks 3.94 and 5.175.

  25. Minnesota – Netane Muti, G, Fresno State

  26. Houston – Brycen Hopkins, TE, Purdue

  27. Las Vegas – Antonio Gibson, RB/WR, Memphis

  28. Baltimore – Donovan Peoples-Jones, WR, Michigan

  29. Los Angeles Rams (from Tennessee) – Darrynton Evans, RB, App. State

  30. New Orleans (from Green Bay) Troy Dye, LB, Oregon

  31. Denver – Darrell Taylor, EDGE, Tennessee

  32. Kansas City – Amik Robertson, CB, Louisiana Tech

  33. Cleveland – Darnay Holmes, CB, UCLA

  34. New England – Troy Pride Jr., CB, Notre Dame

  35. New York Giants – Damien Lewis, G, LSU

  36. New England – K’Von Wallace, S, Clemson

  37. Seattle – Michael Ojemudia, CB, Iowa

  38. Pittsburgh – Prince Tega Wanogho, OT, Auburn

  39. Carolina (from Philadelphia) – Hunter Bryant, TE, Washington Carolina sends picks 4.113 and 6.184.

  40. Los Angeles Rams – Van Jefferson, WR, Florida

  41. Minnesota – Jake Fromm, QB, Georgia

  42. Baltimore – Alohi Gilman, S, Notre Dame


Well. I did it. I wrote a full three-rounder with trades. And tons of them. I know I’m not going to get everything right, but I’ll be happy if I get something right, and I’m pretty confident that I’ll get the first overall pick right. Here’s a breakdown of every team’s haul:


1.14 (from Tampa Bay) Kenneth Murray, LB, Oklahoma

3.72 – Justin Madubuike, DT, Texas A&M

3.76 (from Tampa Bay) – Saahdiq Charles, OT, LSU


1.10 (from Cleveland) Javon Kinlaw, DT, South Carolina

3.78 – Bryce Hall, CB, Virginia


1.28 – Jordyn Brooks, LB, Texas Tech

2.55 – Terrell Lewis, EDGE, Alabama

3.67 (from Detroit) – Robert Hunt, OL, Louisiana-Lafayette

3.92 – Donovan Peoples-Jones, WR, Michigan

3.106 – Alohi Gilman, S, Notre Dame


2.54 – Zack Baun, LB, Wisconsin

3.86 – Bryan Edwards, WR, South Carolina


1.07 – Jeff Okudah, CB, Ohio State

2.38 – Antoine Winfield Jr., S, Minnesota

3.69 – Malik Harrison, LB, Ohio State


2.43 – Ashtyn Davis, S, California

2.50 – Noah Igbinoghene, CB, Auburn


1.01 – Joe Burrow, QB, LSU

2.33 – Yetur Gross-Matos, EDGE, Penn State

3.65 – Neville Gallimore, DT, Oklahoma


1.16 (from Atlanta) – Mekhi Becton, OT, Louisville

2.36 (from New York Giants) – Grant Delpit, S, LSU

2.47 (from Atlanta) Ross Blacklock, DT, TCU

3.74 – Logan Wilson, LB, Wyoming

3.97 – Darnay Holmes, CB, UCLA


1.17 – Derrick Brown, DT, Auburn

2.51 – AJ Terrell, CB, Clemson

3.87 (from New England) – Terrell Burgess, S, Utah


1.15 – Tristan Wirfs, OL, Iowa

2.46 – KJ Hamler, WR, Penn State

3.77 – Cameron Dantzler, CB, Mississippi State

3.83 – Matt Hennessy, C, Temple

3.95 – Darrell Taylor, EDGE, Tennessee


1.03 – Isaiah Simmons, LB/S/CB/EDGE/TE/WR, Clemson

2.35 – Marlon Davidson, DT, Auburn

2.60 (from Baltimore) – Clyde Edwards-Helaire

3.85 – Julian Okwara, EDGE, Notre Dame

Green Bay

1.30 – Michael Pittman Jr., WR, USC

2.57 (from Los Angeles Rams) Jacob Eason, QB, Washington

3.88 (from New Orleans) – Jonathan Greenard, EDGE, Florida


2.40 – AJ Epenesa, EDGE, Iowa

3.90 – Brycen Hopkins, TE, Purdue


1.31 (from San Francisco) – Jonathan Taylor, RB, Wisconsin

1.34 – Brandon Aiyuk, WR, Arizona State


1.09 – Tua Tagovailoa, QB, Alabama

1.20 – Jeremy Chinn, S, Southern Illinois

2.48 (from New York Jets) – Josh Uche, EDGE, Michigan

3.73 – Raekwon Davis, DT, Alabama

Kansas City

2.39 (from Miami) – Kristian Fulton, CB, LSU

2.63 – Cam Akers, RB, Florida State

3.96 – Amik Robertson, CB, Louisiana Tech

Las Vegas

1.12 – CJ Henderson, CB, Florida

1.19 – Justin Jefferson, WR, LSU

3.80 – Akeem Davis-Gaither, LB, App. State

3.81 – Kyle Dugger, S, Lenoir-Rhyne

3.91 – Antonio Gibson, RB/WR, Memphis

Los Angeles Chargers

1.06 – Jordan Love, QB, Utah State

2.37 – Jalen Reagor, WR, TCU

3.71 – Ben Bartch, OL, St. John’s

Los Angeles Rams

2.52 – Ezra Cleveland, OT, Boise State

2.62 (from Green Bay) – Willie Gay Jr., LB, Mississippi State

3.93 (from Tennessee) – Darrynton Evans, RB, App. State

3.104 – Van Jefferson, WR, Florida


1.05 – Justin Herbert, QB, Oregon

1.21 (from Philadelphia) – D’Andre Swift, RB, Georgia

1.26 – Josh Jones, OT, Houston

1.32 (from Kansas City) Xavier McKinney, S, Alabama

2.56 – Lloyd Cushenberry, C, LSU

3.70 – Davon Hamilton, DT, Ohio State


1.24 (from New Orleans) – K’Lavon Chaisson, EDGE, LSU

1.25 – Jeff Gladney, CB, TCU

2.58 – Tee Higgins, WR, Clemson

3.89 – Netane Muti, G, Fresno State

3.105 – Jake Fromm, QB, Georgia

New England

1.23 – Cesar Ruiz, C, Michigan

3.82 (from Dallas) – Chase Claypool, WR, Notre Dame

3.98 – Troy Pride Jr., CB, Notre Dame

3.100 – K’Von Wallace, S, Clemson

New Orleans

1.22 (from Minnesota) – Jalen Hurts, QB, Oklahoma

3.94 (from Green Bay) – Troy Dye, LB, Oregon

New York Giants

1.04 – Andrew Thomas, OT, Georgia

2.41 (from Cleveland) – Patrick Queen, LB, LSU

3.99 – Damien Lewis, G, LSU

New York Jets

Yannick Ngakoue (via trade with Jaguars)

1.11 – Henry Ruggs III, WR, Alabama

2.64 (from Seattle) – Austin Jackson, OT, USC

3.79 – Adam Trautman, TE, Dayton


1.18 (from Miami) – CeeDee Lamb, WR, Oklahoma

2.53 – Damon Arnette, CB, Ohio State


2.49 – Jonah Jackson, G, Ohio State

3.102 – Prince Tega Wanogho, OT, Auburn

San Francisco

1.13 – Jerry Jeudy, WR, Alabama

2.44 (from Indianapolis) – Trevon Diggs, CB, Alabama

3.75 (from Indianapolis) – Jordan Elliott, DT, Missouri


1.27 – Isaiah Wilson, OT, Georgia

2.59 – Laviska Shenault Jr., WR, Colorado

3.68 (from New York Jets) – Curtis Weaver, EDGE, Boise State

3.101 – Michael Ojemudia, CB, Iowa

Tampa Bay

1.08 (from Arizona) – Jedrick Wills, OT, Alabama

2.45 – JK Dobbins, RB, Ohio State


1.29 – Denzel Mims, WR, Baylor

2.61 – Lucas Niang, OT, TCU

3.84 (from Los Angeles Rams) – Cole Kmet


1.02 – Chase Young, EDGE, Ohio State

3.66 – Matt Peart, OT, UCONN

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