2022 fantasy football mock draft: Where are J.K. Dobbins, Elijah Mitchell, and others selected

With the final weekend of fantasy drafts upon us, 12 team members at Pro Football Network partook in one final 2022 fantasy football mock draft.

We are down to the final weekend of fantasy football drafts, and the time for mocks is nearly over. Therefore, as you cram for your big moment, we gathered 12 PFN staff members and went through a 12-team mock draft. I then had the honor of reviewing the teams and looking at how each build played out, what worked, and what could have been done differently in hindsight.

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2022 fantasy football mock draft | Team analysis

The scoring system in this mock was PPR with a 1QB lineup. The full lineup construction was QB, RB, RB, WR, WR, TE, Flex, Flex, D/ST, and K. Below, I will go team by team and break down the rosters, but if you’re looking for the full mock on a pick-by-pick basis, you can find it below the team analysis.

Team 1 – Dallas Robinson

R1: Christian McCaffrey, RB | CAR
R2: Mark Andrews, TE | BAL
R3: Mike Evans, WR | TB
R4: Brandin Cooks, WR | HOU
R5: Gabriel Davis, WR | BUF
R6: JuJu Smith-Schuster, WR | KC
R7: Jalen Hurts, QB | PHI
R8: Miles Sanders, RB | PHI
R9: Michael Carter, RB | NYJ
R10: Nyheim Hines, RB | IND
R11: Chase Claypool, WR | PIT
R12: Wan’Dale Robinson, WR | NYG
R13: Jerick McKinnon, RB | KC
R14: Tyler Bass, K | BUF
R15: Eagles D/ST

The team was built with an intriguing method through the first six rounds. Starting with McCaffrey and then going with Andrews, followed by four receivers and a QB, left a lot of risk at the RB position. A duo of Sanders and Carter alleviates those concerns. However, Hines and McKinnon need an injury ahead of them to give them significant value.

Still, RB depth is the concern here. Sanders should be a clear RB2, but he has injury concerns, while Carter’s share in the offense is uncertain alongside Breece Hall. The positive element is that with the four receivers taken in Rounds 3-6, they should be filling out the Flex positions as well as the starting WR positions. Claypool and Robinson are boom-or-bust prospects who add intriguing upside to the position.

Team 2 – Eric Frosbutter

R1: Jonathan Taylor, RB | IND
R2: Travis Kelce, TE | KC
R3: Deebo Samuel, WR | SF
R4: Allen Robinson, WR | LAR
R5: Josh Jacobs, RB | LV
R6: Marquise Brown, WR | ARI
R7: J.K. Dobbins, RB | BAL
R8: Kareem Hunt, RB | CLE
R9: Christian Kirk, WR | JAX
R10: Julio Jones, WR | TB
R11: Garrett Wilson, WR | NYJ
R12: Romeo Doubs, WR | GB
R13: Buccaneers D/ST
R14: Matthew Stafford, QB | LAR
R15: Matt Prater, K | ARI

This team took on a fantastic shape in the first few rounds. Sometimes taking Kelce in the second round can mean teams are short elsewhere. That’s not so much the case here, especially at RB and WR. In PPR, a group of Taylor, Jacobs, Dobbins, and Hunt is really solid at the RB position. Yet, a couple of injuries could spark a rush to the waiver wire, especially without a fifth player being taken at the position.

This WR group is talented and deep. Samuel and Robinson is a nice 1-2 pairing. Brown will have solid value as a starter through the first six weeks, and by then things might look different with the backup options. There is so much upside in Kirk, Jones, Wilson, and Doubs that they are fascinating selections, but rostering seven WRs is somewhat excessive. Arguably, a better use of that 12th-round selection would have been to take a QB, so it wasn’t Stafford and his elbow injury that ended up being the starter.

Team 3 – James Fragoza

R1: Cooper Kupp, WR | LAR
R2: Ezekiel Elliott, RB | DAL
R3: Tyreek Hill, WR | MIA
R4: Cam Akers, RB | LAR
R5: Adam Thielen, WR | MIN
R6: Drake London, WR | ATL
R7: Kyler Murray, QB | ARI
R8: Rashaad Penny, RB | SEA
R9: Zach Ertz, TE | ARI
R10: Michael Gallup, WR | DAL
R11: Kenneth Gainwell, RB | PHI
R12: Rondale Moore, WR | ARI
R13: Gus Edwards, RB | BAL
R14: Ravens D/ST
R15: Brandon McManus, K | DEN

This team started off really nicely with Kupp, Elliott, Hill, and Akers through the first four rounds. That is a solid base of starting receivers and backs. Adding Thielen as a Flex in the fifth was a nice addition. Stacking Murray and Ertz as the QB-TE pairing rounds out the base of the starting lineup nicely.

Where there is a potential weakness on this roster is at RB. Penny’s role at RB is uncertain, while Gainwell is in a confusing committee in Philadelphia. Gus Edwards will start on the PUP and then might need an injury to Dobbins to be a surefire starter.

After starting with Kupp, Hill, and Thielen at WR, this team would potentially look better with Dobbins as the sixth-round pick instead of London. Gallup and Moore would still be a solid 4-5 pairing at WR, but the third RB would have more confidence if it were Dobbins over Penny. Penny would then make a superb RB4, and Edwards would serve as a handcuff to Dobbins.

Team 4 – Tommy Garrett

R1: Justin Jefferson, WR | MIN
R2: Saquon Barkley, RB | NYG
R3: James Conner, RB | ARI
R4: Diontae Johnson, WR | PIT
R5: Darren Waller, TE | LV
R6: Rashod Bateman, WR | BAL
R7: Rhamondre Stevenson, RB | NE
R8: Melvin Gordon, RB | DEN
R9: Russell Wilson, QB | DEN
R10: Kadarius Toney, WR | NYG
R11: Mark Ingram, RB | NO
R12: Jalen Tolbert, WR | DAL
R13: Jakobi Meyers, WR | NE
R14: Broncos D/ST
R15: Cade York, K | CLE

This team has turned out really nicely. It has a balanced start, addressing the starting WR, RB, and TE positions. The run of Bateman, Stevenson, Gordon, and Wilson rounds out the potential Week 1 starting lineup options. The Round 14 pick of the Denver Broncos defense against the Seattle Seahawks and Geno Smith is another solid piece.

Rounds 10 through 13 offer an intriguing mix of ceiling and floor. There are the upsides of Toney and Tolbert, while Meyers is a solid floor WR in PPR. Ingram, as an RB5, is a dart throw at relevance. If Alvin Kamara does end up suspended, Ingram could have a major role. He could also have standalone fantasy value alongside Kamara, but even if he doesn’t, the investment wasn’t that high.

Team 5 – Tyler Olson

R1: Najee Harris, RB | PIT
R2: Nick Chubb, RB | CLE
R3: A.J. Brown, WR | PHI
R4: Jaylen Waddle, WR | MIA
R5: Justin Herbert, QB | LAC
R6: Tony Pollard, RB | DAL
R7: Amari Cooper, WR | CLE
R8: James Cook, RB | BUF
R9: Cole Kmet, TE | CHI
R10: Skyy Moore, WR | KC
R11: Jahan Dotson, WR | WAS
R12: Isaiah Spiller, RB | LAC
R13: 49ers D/ST
R14: Matt Gay, K | LAR
R15: Mike Glennon, QB | FA

This team has a really solid foundation at RB. Pairing Harris and Chubb is a strong start, while Pollard and Cook offer PPR upside in potential pass-catching roles. Pollard could be a Flex starter most weeks, and Cook could get there as well. Spiller is a tough one to judge, especially with Sony Michel’s addition clouding the Chargers’ backfield behind Ekeler.

The WR position is where this team could be caught short. Brown is talented, but target share is a concern in a run-first offense. Waddle is dealing with an injury and is now the WR2 on an offense that is unknown. Cooper is also talented, but the Browns have Jacoby Brissett under center for 11 weeks. With the uncertainty in those first three, Skyy Moore and Jahan Dotson — who are fine dart throws — might have been better being safer picks, but in the 10th and 11th round, there’s not much safety in abundance.

Kmet should have a big target share but finished outside the top 20 TEs last year despite having 90 targets. He’s one of a number of high-risk, high-reward tight ends. Herbert is a solid QB1, and the less said about the Glennon pick the better.

Team 6 – Ben Rolfe

R1: Austin Ekeler, RB | LAC
R2: Aaron Jones, RB | GB
R3: David Montgomery, RB | CHI
R4: Terry McLaurin, WR | WAS
R5: DK Metcalf, WR | SEA
R6: Cordarrelle Patterson, RB | ATL
R7: DeAndre Hopkins, WR | ARI
R8: T.J. Hockenson, TE | DET
R9: Tom Brady, QB | TB
R10: Tyler Boyd, WR | CIN
R11: J.D. McKissic, RB | WAS
R12: Jamaal Williams, RB | DET
R13: Justin Tucker, K | BAL
R14: Trey Lance, QB | SF
R15: Colts D/ST

Now, we get to my team. Starting with three backs gave me a solid base. McLaurin and Metcalf is an intriguing duo I’m happy to roll with until I get Hopkins. However, only having Boyd as a backup could leave me scrambling to the waiver wire. In hindsight, I should have taken Samuel over Jones. Having Patterson as my RB3 and a trio of Samuel, McLaurin, and Metcalf at WR would feel better.

Brady and Hockenson is a solid, high-floor QB-TE pairing in the middle of the draft. The selection of Lance was partly about upside and partly about blocking others in the league from drafting him. The depth at RB is nice in PPR, further cementing that Jones over Samuel was a mistake.

Team 7 – Ian Wharton

R1: Derrick Henry, RB | TEN
R2: Davante Adams, WR | LV
R3: Michael Pittman Jr., WR | IND
R4: AJ Dillon, RB | GB
R5: Patrick Mahomes, QB | KC
R6: Chris Godwin, WR | TB
R7: Dallas Goedert, TE | PHI
R8: Brian Robinson, RB | WAS
R9: Robert Woods, WR | TEN
R10: Darrell Henderson, RB | LAR
R11: Zamir White, RB | LV
R12: Rams D/ST
R13: Evan McPhearson, K | CIN
R14: Aaron Rodgers, QB | GB
R15: Marvin Jones, WR | JAX

A nice balanced start of two backs, two receivers, and a QB provides a solid starting base. Adding Godwin and Goedert further cemented what looks to be a very talented starting lineup. The selection of Robinson in the eighth round is brave. We know the Commanders like him, but we don’t have a timeframe for Robinson’s return. It could be a wasted pick at that point in the draft.

Henderson and White have high ceilings but need an injury to their team’s respective starters to realize that. If Henry and Dillon struggle, Henderson and White may not offer much weekly. The depth at WR is much stronger. Woods is expected to be the WR1 for the Titans, while Jones should have solid week-to-week opportunities. Rodgers was an excess selection, but it works nicely as a blocking move to the teams that had not taken a starter.

Team 8 – Jack Caporuscio

R1: D’Andre Swift, RB | DET
R2: Kyle Pitts, TE | ATL
R3: Keenan Allen, WR | LAC
R4: Breece Hall, RB | NYJ
R5: Antonio Gibson, RB | WAS
R6: Dameon Pierce, RB | HOU
R7: Elijah Moore, WR | NYJ
R8: George Pickens, WR | PIT
R9: Tyler Lockett, WR | SEA
R10: Treylon Burks, WR | TEN
R11: Raheem Mostert, RB | MIA
R12: DeVante Parker, WR | NE
R13: Chargers D/ST
R14: Daniel Carlson, K | LV
R15: Tua Tagovailoa, QB | MIA

There were some eye-opening picks in this team. Swift in a PPR is a solid option, even if a little high. Going Pitts in the second round is bold, especially with Kelce and Andrews on the board. While Allen made a nice WR1, the luxury selection of picks left some scrambling to be done. Hall was a nice start in Round 4, and Pierce could be the RB1 in Houston.

The selection of Gibson is bold, given he appeared out of favor before the incident with Robinson. However, as it stands, Gibson appears to be back as the RB1 in Washington until Robinson is healthy. Adding Mostert is an intriguing fifth piece who could be a starter, especially if Chase Edmonds is hurt.

Things get exciting from Rounds 7-11. There are four huge swings in Moore, Pickens, Lockett, and Burks. That is then followed up by Parker in Round 12. None of them are safe WR2 starters, but they all have a huge upside. It’s a risky team build and ending up with Tua as the starting QB just rounds that out. If this team build works, you will look very smart, but it could also be a build that your league-mates remind you of for years to come.

Team 9 – BJ Rudell

R1: Dalvin Cook, RB | MIN
R2: Javonte Williams, RB | DEN
R3: Tee Higgins, WR | CIN
R4: Dalton Schultz, TE | DAL
R5: Joe Burrow, QB | CIN
R6: Jerry Jeudy, WR | DEN
R7: Hunter Renfrow, WR | LV
R8: DeVonta Smith, WR | PHI
R9: Alexander Mattison, RB | MIN
R10: Pat Freiermuth, TE | PIT
R11: Khalil Herbert, RB | CHI
R12: Bills D/ST
R13: Kenny Golladay, WR | NYG
R14: Nico Collins, WR | HOU
R15: Wil Lutz, K | NO

The first five rounds here are fascinating. Cook and Williams is a strong 1-2 pairing. However, taking the Bengals’ WR2 as the first receiver on the team is risky. That risk is then furthered by taking Schultz ahead of his ADP in the fourth round. Burrow, as the QB4, is also a risk. There is hope he takes steps in his third year, but there are also some prime concerns for regression after leading the league in completion percentage and yards per pass attempt.

A trio of Jeudy, Renfrow, and Smith is a good combination of floor and ceiling for WR2 and Flex options. Mattison is then a solid handcuff to Cook, but pairing him with Herbert as the RB4 could leave this team rushing to the waiver wire. Mattison and Herbert appear to have little standalone value if their respective starters are not hurt.

Taking a defense in Round 12 could be considered a risk, given the fluctuations we can see from D/STs year to year. However, Golladay and Collins are a solid pairing in the next two rounds, making the selection of the Bills where they were taken less eyebrow-raising. This is another risky build, especially at RB, but if they work the waiver wire well, it could work out.

Team 10 – Jason Katz

R1: Ja’Marr Chase, WR | CIN
R2: Leonard Fournette, RB | TB
R3: DJ Moore, WR | CAR
R4: Mike Williams, WR | LAC
R5: Lamar Jackson, QB | BAL
R6: Chase Edmonds, RB | MIA
R7: Devin Singletary, RB | BUF
R8: Brandon Aiyuk, WR | SF
R9: James Robinson, RB | JAX
R10: Rachaad White, RB | TB
R11: Albert Okwuegbunam, TE | DEN
R12: Isaiah McKenzie, WR | BUF
R13: K.J. Osborn, WR | MIN
R14: Packers D/ST
R15: Ryan Succop, K | TB

This is another bold build, with three receivers and a QB in the first five rounds. However, getting two starting backs in the fifth and sixth rounds makes that risk work. There are seven strong starting options across three positions in that stretch, and it set the team up nicely.

Robinson could then have standalone value alongside Travis Etienne, while White is a handcuff to Fournette. At WR, Aiyuk, McKenzie, and Osborn are intriguing depth selections. However, behind six clear starters at RB and WR, they might never be needed. The final risk was Albert O at tight end. He’s part of that high-risk, high-reward tier with Kmet, but if he doesn’t work, the wire is thin at the position and will need some work.

Team 11 – Matt Infante

R1: Alvin Kamara, RB | NO
R2: Stefon Diggs, WR | BUF
R3: Josh Allen, QB | BUF
R4: Travis Etienne, RB | JAX
R5: Amon-Ra St. Brown, WR | DET
R6: Darnell Mooney, WR | CHI
R7: Allen Lazard, WR | GB
R8: Kenneth Walker III, RB | SEA
R9: Dawson Knox, TE | BUF
R10: Tyler Allgeier, RB | ATL
R11: Isiah Pacheco, RB | KC
R12: Jarvis Landry, WR | NO
R13: Saints D/ST
R14: Josh Palmer, WR | LAC
R15: Robbie Gould, K | SF

This team was playing out as a nicely balanced roster through the first six rounds. Three receivers, two backs, and a QB, all of whom should be regular starters. The seventh round is where things went a little weird. Lazard was somewhat of a reach, a high-ceiling reach certainly, but a reach, and when you have three starting WRs, arguably an unnecessary one.

This roster then ended up with three rookie backs as RB3-RB5, which is tough to trust. Taking Damien Harris or Clyde Edwards-Helaire over Lazard would be more secure than Walker as the RB3, and Lazard likely would have been available at the 8.02. Knox as the starting tight end is not ideal. He is another in that high-risk, high-reward tier, but two of those had already gone, so it was understandable to take him if that was the tier they were targeting.

Team 12 – Ryan Gosling

R1: Joe Mixon, RB | CIN
R2: CeeDee Lamb, WR | DAL
R3: George Kittle, TE | SF
R4: Courtland Sutton, WR | DEN
R5: Elijah Mitchell, RB | SF
R6: Michael Thomas, WR | NO
R7: Damien Harris, RB | NE
R8: Clyde Edwards-Helaire, RB | KC
R9: Dak Prescott, QB | DAL
R10: Chris Olave, WR | NO
R11: Marquez Valdes-Scantling, WR | KC
R12: Russell Gage, WR | TB
R13: Ronald Jones, RB | KC
R14: Harrison Butker, K | KC
R15: Steelers D/ST

This is another balanced build that has worked out nicely for the most part. Mixon, Mitchell, Harris, and Edwards-Helaire are four strong options as starting RBs and Flex. Harris and CEH, particularly, were also both nice values. Lamb, Sutton, and Thomas are then a strong trio. Would I have gone Diggs over Lamb? Yes, but at that point, it’s a personal preference, and on the turn, you have to get your guy.

The only obvious “reach” appears to be Kittle at the end of the third. However, with the way the starting lineup played out with this team, it worked out well. Additionally, there is a “get your guy on the turn” element to the selection that makes it understandable. At the back end of the roster, there are intriguing options at WR and RB in Olave, MVS, Gage, and Jones. All have a path to fantasy relevance, but also could be dropped after a month if their roles do not flesh out.

2022 fantasy football mock draft | Full PPR results

Round 1

Pick 1: Christian McCaffrey, RB | CAR
Pick 2: Jonathan Taylor, RB | IND
Pick 3: Cooper Kupp, WR | LAR
Pick 4: Justin Jefferson, WR | MIN
Pick 5: Najee Harris, RB | PIT
Pick 6: Austin Ekeler, RB | LAC
Pick 7: Derrick Henry, RB | TEN
Pick 8: D’Andre Swift, RB | DET
Pick 9: Dalvin Cook, RB | MIN
Pick 10: Ja’Marr Chase, WR | CIN
Pick 11: Alvin Kamara, RB | NO
Pick 12: Joe Mixon, RB | CIN

Round 2

Pick 1 (13): CeeDee Lamb, WR | DAL
Pick 2 (14): Stefon Diggs, WR | BUF
Pick 3 (15): Leonard Fournette, RB | TB
Pick 4 (16): Javonte Williams, RB | DEN
Pick 5 (17): Kyle Pitts, TE | ATL
Pick 6 (18): Davante Adams, WR | LV
Pick 7 (19): Aaron Jones, RB | GB
Pick 8 (20): Nick Chubb, RB | CLE
Pick 9 (21): Saquon Barkley, RB | NYG
Pick 10 (22): Ezekiel Elliott, RB | DAL
Pick 11 (23): Travis Kelce, TE | KC
Pick 12 (24): Mark Andrews, TE | BAL

Round 3

Pick 1 (25): Mike Evans, WR | TB
Pick 2 (26): Deebo Samuel, WR | SF
Pick 3 (27): Tyreek Hill, WR | MIA
Pick 4 (28): James Conner, RB | ARI
Pick 5 (29): A.J. Brown, WR | PHI
Pick 6 (30): David Montgomery, RB | CHI
Pick 7 (31): Michael Pittman Jr., WR | IND
Pick 8 (32): Keenan Allen, WR | LAC
Pick 9 (33): Tee Higgins, WR | CIN
Pick 10 (34): DJ Moore, WR | CAR
Pick 11 (35): Josh Allen, QB | BUF
Pick 12 (36): George Kittle, TE | SF

Round 4

Pick 1 (37): Courtland Sutton, WR | DEN
Pick 2 (38): Travis Etienne, RB | JAX
Pick 3 (39): Mike Williams, WR | LAC
Pick 4 (40): Dalton Schultz, TE | DAL
Pick 5 (41): Breece Hall, RB | NYJ
Pick 6 (42): AJ Dillon, RB | GB
Pick 7 (43): Terry McLaurin, WR | WAS
Pick 8 (44): Jaylen Waddle, WR | MIA
Pick 9 (45): Diontae Johnson, WR | PIT
Pick 10 (46): Cam Akers, RB | LAR
Pick 11 (47): Allen Robinson, WR | LAR
Pick 12 (48): Brandin Cooks, WR | HOU

Round 5

Pick 1 (49): Gabriel Davis, WR | BUF
Pick 2 (50): Josh Jacobs, RB | LV
Pick 3 (51): Adam Thielen, WR | MIN
Pick 4 (52): Darren Waller, TE | LV
Pick 5 (53): Justin Herbert, QB | LAC
Pick 6 (54): DK Metcalf, WR | SEA
Pick 7 (55): Patrick Mahomes, QB | KC
Pick 8 (56): Antonio Gibson, RB | WAS
Pick 9 (57): Joe Burrow, QB | CIN
Pick 10 (58): Lamar Jackson, QB | BAL
Pick 11 (59): Amon-Ra St. Brown, WR | DET
Pick 12 (60): Elijah Mitchell, RB | SF

Round 6

Pick 1 (61): Michael Thomas, WR | NO
Pick 2 (62): Darnell Mooney, WR | CHI
Pick 3 (63): Chase Edmonds, RB | MIA
Pick 4 (64): Jerry Jeudy, WR | DEN
Pick 5 (65): Dameon Pierce, RB | HOU
Pick 6 (66): Chris Godwin, WR | TB
Pick 7 (67): Cordarrelle Patterson, RB | ATL
Pick 8 (68): Tony Pollard, RB | DAL
Pick 9 (69): Rashod Bateman, WR | BAL
Pick 10 (70): Drake London, WR | ATL
Pick 11 (71): Marquise Brown, WR | ARI
Pick 12 (72): JuJu Smith-Schuster, WR | KC

Round 7

Pick 1 (73): Jalen Hurts, QB | PHI
Pick 2 (74): J.K. Dobbins, RB | BAL
Pick 3 (75): Kyler Murray, QB | ARI
Pick 4 (76): Rhamondre Stevenson, RB | NE
Pick 5 (77): Amari Cooper, WR | CLE
Pick 6 (78): DeAndre Hopkins, WR | ARI
Pick 7 (79): Dallas Goedert, TE | PHI
Pick 8 (80): Elijah Moore, WR | NYJ
Pick 9 (81): Hunter Renfrow, WR | LV
Pick 10 (82): Devin Singletary, RB | BUF
Pick 11 (83): Allen Lazard, WR | GB
Pick 12 (84): Damien Harris, RB | NE

Round 8

Pick 1 (85): Clyde Edwards-Helaire, RB | KC
Pick 2 (86): Kenneth Walker III, RB | SEA
Pick 3 (87): Brandon Aiyuk, WR | SF
Pick 4 (88): DeVonta Smith, WR | PHI
Pick 5 (89): George Pickens, WR | PIT
Pick 6 (90): Brian Robinson, RB | WAS
Pick 7 (91): T.J. Hockenson, TE | DET
Pick 8 (92): James Cook, RB | BUF
Pick 9 (93): Melvin Gordon, RB | DEN
Pick 10 (94): Rashaad Penny, RB | SEA
Pick 11 (95): Kareem Hunt, RB | CLE
Pick 12 (96): Miles Sanders, RB | PHI

Round 9

Pick 1 (97): Michael Carter, RB | NYJ
Pick 2 (98): Christian Kirk, WR | JAX
Pick 3 (99): Zach Ertz, TE | ARI
Pick 4 (100): Russell Wilson, QB | DEN
Pick 5 (101): Cole Kmet, TE | CHI
Pick 6 (102): Tom Brady, QB | TB
Pick 7 (103): Robert Woods, WR | TEN
Pick 8 (104): Tyler Lockett, WR | SEA
Pick 9 (105): Alexander Mattison, RB | MIN
Pick 10 (106): James Robinson, RB | JAX
Pick 11 (107): Dawson Knox, TE | BUF
Pick 12 (108): Dak Prescott, QB | DAL

Round 10

Pick 1 (109): Chris Olave, WR | NO
Pick 2 (110): Tyler Allgeier, RB | ATL
Pick 3 (111): Rachaad White, RB | TB
Pick 4 (112): Pat Freiermuth, TE | PIT
Pick 5 (113): Treylon Burks, WR | TEN
Pick 6 (114): Darrell Henderson, RB | LAR
Pick 7 (115): Tyler Boyd, WR | CIN
Pick 8 (116): Skyy Moore, WR | KC
Pick 9 (117): Kadarius Toney, WR | NYG
Pick 10 (118): Michael Gallup, WR | DAL
Pick 11 (119): Julio Jones, WR | TB
Pick 12 (120): Nyheim Hines, RB | IND

Round 11

Pick 1 (121): Chase Claypool, WR | PIT
Pick 2 (122): Garrett Wilson, WR | NYJ
Pick 3 (123): Kenneth Gainwell, RB | PHI
Pick 4 (124): Mark Ingram, RB | NO
Pick 5 (125): Jahan Dotson, WR | WAS
Pick 6 (126): J.D. McKissic, RB | WAS
Pick 7 (127): Zamir White, RB | LV
Pick 8 (128): Raheem Mostert, RB | MIA
Pick 9 (129): Khalil Herbert, RB | CHI
Pick 10 (130): Albert Okwuegbunam, TE | DEN
Pick 11 (131): Isiah Pacheco, RB | KC
Pick 12 (132): Marquez Valdes-Scantling, WR | KC

Round 12

Pick 1 (133): Russell Gage, WR | TB
Pick 2 (134): Jarvis Landry, WR | NO
Pick 3 (135): Isaiah McKenzie, WR | BUF
Pick 4 (136): Bills D/ST
Pick 5 (137): DeVante Parker, WR | NE
Pick 6 (138): Rams D/ST
Pick 7 (139): Jamaal Williams, RB | DET
Pick 8 (140): Isaiah Spiller, RB | LAC
Pick 9 (141): Jalen Tolbert, WR | DAL
Pick 10 (142): Rondale Moore, WR | ARI
Pick 11 (143): Romeo Doubs, WR | GB
Pick 12 (144): Wan’Dale Robinson, WR | NYG

Round 13

Pick 1 (145): Jerick McKinnon, RB | KC
Pick 2 (146): Buccaneers D/ST
Pick 3 (147): Gus Edwards, RB | BAL
Pick 4 (148): Jakobi Meyers, WR | NE
Pick 5 (149): 49ers D/ST
Pick 6 (150): Justin Tucker, K | BAL
Pick 7 (151): Evan McPhearson, K | CIN
Pick 8 (152): Chargers D/ST
Pick 9 (153): Kenny Golladay, WR | NYG
Pick 10 (154): K.J. Osborn, WR | MIN
Pick 11 (155): Saints D/ST
Pick 12 (156): Ronald Jones, RB | KC

Round 14

Pick 1 (157): Harrison Butker, K | KC
Pick 2 (158): Josh Palmer, WR | LAC
Pick 3 (159): Packers D/ST
Pick 4 (160): Nico Collins, WR | HOU
Pick 5 (161): Daniel Carlson, K | LV
Pick 6 (162): Aaron Rodgers, QB | GB
Pick 7 (163): Trey Lance, QB | SF
Pick 8 (164): Matt Gay, K | LAR
Pick 9 (165): Broncos D/ST
Pick 10 (166): Ravens D/ST
Pick 11 (167): Matthew Stafford, QB | LAR
Pick 12 (168): Tyler Bass, K | BUF

Round 15

Pick 1 (169): Eagles D/ST
Pick 2 (170): Matt Prater, K | ARI
Pick 3 (171): Brandon McManus, K | DEN
Pick 4 (172): Cade York, K | CLE
Pick 5 (173): Mike Glennon, QB | FA
Pick 6 (174): Colts D/ST
Pick 7 (175): Marvin Jones, WR | JAX
Pick 8 (176): Tua Tagovailoa, QB | MIA
Pick 9 (177): Wil Lutz, K | NO
Pick 10 (178): Ryan Succop, K | TB
Pick 11 (179): Robbie Gould, K | SF
Pick 12 (180): Steelers D/ST


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