195. Jacksonville Jaguars: Tariq Thompson, S, San Diego State
196. San Francisco 49ers (via NYJ): Kary Vincent, CB, LSU
197. Houston Texans: Jonathon Cooper, EDGE, Ohio State
198. Chicago Bears (via ATL): Tarron Jackson, EDGE, Coastal Carolina
199. Cincinnati Bengals: Tre Norwood, S, Oklahoma
200. Philadelphia Eagles: Kelvin Joseph, CB, Kentucky
201. Cincinnati Bengals (via DET): Jaelon Darden, WR, North Texas
202. Buffalo Bills (via CAR): John Bates, TE, Boise State
203. Denver Broncos: Greg Eiland, OG, Mississippi State
204. Dallas Cowboys: Dan Moore Jr., OT, Texas A&M
The situation with Tyron Smith and La’el Collins in Dallas is certainly one to monitor, but both project to be back in Dallas next year. However, their health remains an unanswered question.
Finding a nice swing offensive lineman like Dan Moore Jr., who can play both tackle and guard, would be a smart investment. As Cowboys fans can attest to this season, you can never have enough talented offensive linemen.
205. Denver Broncos (via NYG): Richard LeCounte, S, Georgia
206. San Francisco 49ers: Mustafa Johnson, DT, Colorado
207. Los Angeles Chargers: Tre Brown, CB, Oklahoma
208. Minnesota Vikings: K.J. Britt, LB, Auburn
209. New England Patriots: Joshua Kaindoh, EDGE, Florida State
210. Arizona Cardinals: Josh Palmer, WR, Tennessee
211. Washington Football Team: Damonte Coxie, WR, Memphis
212. Pittsburgh Steelers: Nahshon Wright, CB, Oregon State
The Steelers could lose two, or even all three, of Mike Hilton, Cam Sutton, and Joe Haden in the offseason. Even if they re-sign one of them, they’re strapped for cap space to afford the others. They will have to turn to the draft to build out the secondary. Nahshon Wright is a corner of Brobdingnagian proportions at 6-foot-4 with vines for arms. He’s a smooth mover and excels with the ball in the air.
213. Washington Football Team: Riley Cole, LB, South Alabama
214. Las Vegas Raiders: Ta’Quon Graham, DT, Texas
215. Indianapolis Colts: Bryce Mills, CB, NC Central
216. Jacksonville Jaguars: Landon Young, OT, Kentucky
217. New York Jets: Brennan Eagles, WR, Texas
218. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Isaiah Dunn, CB, Oregon State
219. Los Angeles Rams: Derrick Barnes, LB, Purdue
220. Denver Broncos: Chris Evans, RB, Michigan
The Broncos likely part ways with Phillip Lindsay in free agency, leaving a spot open in their running back room. They can improve on finding a pass-catching back, as neither Melvin Gordon nor Royce Freeman excels in that area.
At the Senior Bowl, Chris Evans showed off in the receiving drills and projects as a natural pass catcher with 49 career receptions at Michigan. At the end of this 7-round 2021 NFL Mock Draft, this seems like a natural match between them.