2023 Round 4-7 NFL Mock Draft: Kelee Ringo, Adetomiwa Adebawore Find New Homes

Entering Day 3 of the 2023 NFL Draft, there are still dozens of talented prospects left on the draft board. Here's how the final results might shake out.

Two days of the 2023 NFL Draft are complete, but there’s still a lot of talent left on the board as we enter Day 3. To showcase that talent, let’s conduct one final mock draft of the 2023 NFL Draft cycle, projecting the final four rounds.

2023 NFL Mock Draft | Round 4

103) Chicago Bears: Isaiah McGuire, EDGE, Missouri

Entering Day 3, Isaiah McGuire is one of my top remaining prospects, ranked 40th on my big board. His mix of size, athleticism, power, bend, and active hand usage is very underrated.

104) Houston Texans: Adetomiwa Adebawore, DL, Northwestern

It’s unclear why Adetomiwa Adebawore has fallen this far. But at 6’2″, 282 pounds, with 34″ arms and 4.49 speed, he’s a lab-built 3-technique who’d thrive in Houston.

105) Houston Texans: Chandler Zavala, G, NC State

Chandler Zavala adds immediate depth behind Kenyon Green and Shaq Mason, and once Mason leaves, Zavala has the athleticism, size, and physicality to take on a starting role.

106) Indianapolis Colts: Kelee Ringo, CB, Georgia

Kelee Ringo‘s fall in the 2023 NFL Draft has been perplexing, but he’s a stellar fit for Gus Bradley’s scheme. It’s hard to pass on a 6’2″, 207-pound CB with 4.36 speed here.

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107) New England Patriots: John Ojukwu, OT, Boise State

John Ojukwu was a standout at the Shrine Bowl, and the Patriots got an up-close look at him there. He’s a stellar athlete at 6’6″, 309 pounds, with 34″ arms and good weight distribution.

108) Seattle Seahawks (From DEN): Anthony Bradford, G, LSU

At 6’4″, 332 pounds, Anthony Bradford is a refrigerator on the interior with 5.08 speed and menacing power. He can improve his balance and control, but this is a great upside pick.

109) Las Vegas Raiders: Luke Wypler, C, Ohio State

The Raiders manage to score great value at the center position, getting a potential starter early on in Luke Wypler. Wypler is athletic, well-leveraged, and composed in pass protection.

110) Indianapolis Colts (From ATL): SirVocea Dennis, LB, Pittsburgh

The Colts have been known to favor aggressive, attacking linebackers, and SirVocea Dennis fits that mold perfectly. He’s a homing missile at 6’1″, 226 pounds, with elite explosiveness and proportional length.

111) Cleveland Browns: Noah Sewell, LB, Oregon

Noah Sewell‘s up-and-down tape has him falling, but at 6’2″, 246 pounds, his size-speed combination is still worth investing in. The Browns could use him in a run-and-chase role.

112) New York Jets: Blake Freeland, OT, BYU

Blake Freeland presents nice value here. He’s a looming blocker at 6’8″ with a 37″ vertical, and he could ultimately become a starting right tackle for the Jets if he can refine his hands.

113) Atlanta Falcons: Tyler Scott, WR, Cincinnati

Tyler Scott is on the record saying he wants to reunite with Desmond Ridder. The Falcons grant his wish here, and give Ridder a true deep threat alongside Drake London and Kyle Pitts.

114) Carolina Panthers: Antonio Johnson, DB, Texas A&M

Antonio Johnson was volatile as an attacking box defender in 2022, but his tape as a big nickel DB was very good in 2021. The Panthers may want to experiment with him there.

115) New Orleans Saints: Charlie Jones, WR, Purdue

Charlie Jones has the skills to outplay his draft capital here alongside Chris Olave and Michael Thomas. He’s a great functional athlete and separator, who consistently converts on catches.

116) Green Bay Packers: Moro Ojomo, DT, Texas

At 6’3″, 292 pounds, with 34 1/2″ arms and a 33″ vertical, Moro Ojomo has an elite overall power profile and incredibly exciting upside as a 3-tech next to Kenny Clark.

117) New England Patriots: Mohamoud Diabate, LB, Utah

The Patriots coached Mohamoud Diabate at the Shrine Bowl and got a taste of his astronomical upside as a pass-rush hybrid LB. He’s built to attack on passing downs.

118) Washington Commanders: Thomas Incoom, EDGE, Central Michigan

It’s surprising that the Commanders have neglected EDGE to this point, given the uncertainty there. Thomas Incoom at least brings a solid power profile and a hot motor.

119) Minnesota Vikings: Colby Wooden, DL, Auburn

Colby Wooden compares favorably to Rasheem Green but might have even more utility from inside alignments. He’s a flexible piece for Minnesota, with a complete pallet of tools.

120) New England Patriots: Dorian Thompson-Robinson, QB, UCLA

The Patriots take another Shrine Bowl alum here in Dorian Thompson-Robinson. Thompson-Robinson gives the Patriots valuable creation capacity as a backup.

121) Jacksonville Jaguars: Kei’Trel Clark, CB, Louisville

Teams don’t often add starting slot defenders on Day 3, but the Jaguars do just that with Kei’Trel Clark. Clark is tenacious and gritty but also has the burst, agility, IQ, and ball skills to back up his talk.

122) Arizona Cardinals (From KC): Olusegun Oluwatimi, C, Michigan

Olusegun Oluwatimi tested better than expected, perhaps solidifying his stock in the Day 3 range. He has the leverage, strength, and angle awareness to be a starting-caliber center.

123) Seattle Seahawks: Will Mallory, TE, Miami (FL)

Will Mallory struggles with physicality at times, but his athleticism is no joke. At 6’4″, 239 pounds, with 4.54 speed and a 36.5″ vertical, he has the tools to be a solid move TE for Seattle.

124) Baltimore Ravens: Carrington Valentine, CB, Kentucky

Carrington Valentine is young. He’s 6’0″, 193 pounds with 32 1/4″ arms, and a 39″ vertical. And he’s one of the most physical CBs in the draft. If Valentine hits his ceiling, the Ravens get an impact starter.

125) Los Angeles Chargers: Israel Abanikanda, RB, Pittsburgh

It’s hard to imagine Israel Abanikanda falls too far after Round 3. He’s still just 20 years old and has an elite physical profile with his frame density and explosive athleticism.

126) Cleveland Browns: Keaton Mitchell, RB, East Carolina

Keaton Mitchell could be a phenomenal change-of-pace back alongside Nick Chubb. Though he’s undersized, he’s excellent at squirming through tackles, and his speed can stretch the field.

127) Jacksonville Jaguars: Nick Hampton, EDGE, Appalachian State

Nick Hampton has a very intriguing build at 6’2″, 236 pounds, with near-34″ arms. He’s a high-motor defender whose first-step burst can be hard to match.

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128) Los Angeles Rams (From NYG): Darius Rush, CB, South Carolina

It’s truly odd that Darius Rush has fallen this far. He has 33 3/8″ arms and 4.36 speed. He’s a former wide receiver with high-end ball skills and absurd fluidity, and he’s a willing participant in run support.

129) Dallas Cowboys: McClendon Curtis, G, Chattanooga

At 6’6″, 324 pounds, with 35″ arms, McClendon Curtis legitimately has the size to play tackle. His brand of athleticism fits best inside, however, where he can maul defenders in a phone booth.

130) Jacksonville Jaguars: A.T. Perry, WR, Wake Forest

A.T. Perry could be the steal of the draft here. He’s an albatross at 6’3″ and around 200 pounds, who offers uncanny flexibility, separation ability, and body control for his size.

131) Cincinnati Bengals: Zack Kuntz, TE, Old Dominion

Zack Kuntz tested as the best athlete of all time at the tight end position. He’s still fairly raw as a vertical seam threat, but he can add another element to the Bengals’ offense.

132) Carolina Panthers: Clark Phillips III, CB, Utah

Clark Phillips III is undersized and was a non-elite testing athlete, but at a certain point, you just have to bank on his coverage instincts, ball skills, and versatility to play inside and out.

133) Chicago Bears: Daniel Scott, S, California

The Bears solidify their safety depth in Round 5 with Eddie Jackson aging. Daniel Scott quietly has great size and athleticism, and he can play two-high or single-high.

134) Kansas City Chiefs: Dante Stills, DL, West Virginia

Dante Stills is one of the most intense competitors in the 2023 NFL Draft. Particularly for the Chiefs, the 6’3″, 286-pound DL brings versatility, pass-rush value, and appeal on NASCAR fronts.

135) New England Patriots: Demario Douglas, WR, Liberty

The Patriots showed interest in Zay Flowers throughout the process. Demario Douglas is a Flowers-lite on Day 3, with explosive athleticism and sure hands extending beyond his frame.

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Round 5

136) Jacksonville Jaguars (From CHI): Sidy Sow, G, Eastern Michigan

Sidy Sow is a build-a-guard if there ever was one. He’s 6’5″, 323 pounds, with near-34″ arms, and 93rd-percentile explosiveness numbers. Get him in that rotation and build him up.

137) Buffalo Bills: Xavier Hutchinson, WR, Iowa State

Xavier Hutchinson in Round 5 is tremendous value for the Bills. Hutchinson has the size, separation ability, body control, and sure hands to start, but he’s just as valuable as a rotational piece.

138) Indianapolis Colts: K.J. Henry, EDGE, Clemson

K.J. Henry will be a very solid rotational EDGE right out of the gate, even if that’s what he maxes out as. He has enough size to hold up, and his hands are proactive and nuanced.

139) Arizona Cardinals (From DEN): Nick Saldiveri, OL, Old Dominion

Nick Saldiveri graded out as a fringe top-100 prospect for me at tackle, but he also has the athleticism, natural leverage acquisition, and awareness to play guard if needed.

140) Cleveland Browns: Jay Ward, DB, LSU

Jay Ward (6’1″, 188 pounds, 32 1/2″ arms) has experience at boundary CB, safety, and nickel, and could grow into a quality big-slot option with his length and burst (11′ broad jump).

141) Indianapolis Colts: Kenny McIntosh, RB, Georgia

Kenny McIntosh profiles extremely well as a dynamic receiving back alongside Jonathan Taylor and can make the most of narrow lanes with his long-strider burst.

142) Cleveland Browns: Cameron Mitchell, CB, Northwestern

Just a couple cycles after taking Greg Newsome II in Round 1, Cleveland once again takes a Northwestern CB with appealing short-area athleticism and instincts in Cameron Mitchell.

143) New York Jets: Trey Palmer, WR, Nebraska

If the Jets are going to make Aaron Rodgers work, they need to go all-in. Adding a dynamic speed receiver like Trey Palmer in Round 5 could be a difference-making value deal.

144) Las Vegas Raiders: Cory Trice, CB, Purdue

Cory Trice shouldn’t have fallen this far. He’s a 6’3″, 206-pound CB with mid-4.4 speed, bad intentions in press, and spectacular eyes and playmaking ability when the ball comes his way.

145) Carolina Panthers: Karl Brooks, DT, Bowling Green

Needing more depth in their interior rotation, the Panthers take Karl Brooks here. He’s athletic and alignment-versatile at 6’3″, 300 pounds, and has a solid pass-rushing arsenal.

146) New Orleans Saints: Jordan McFadden, OL, Clemson

Jordan McFadden is a stellar athlete who has an elite mix of natural leverage and proportional length at 6’2″, 303 pounds, with 34″ arms. He’s a versatile depth piece with starting upside.

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147) Tennessee Titans: Alex Austin, CB, Oregon State

At 6’1″, 195 pounds, with 32″ arms, Alex Austin has great size, with lightning-fast feet and elite short-area corrective athleticism that the Titans like at CB.

148) Chicago Bears: Roschon Johnson, RB, Texas

D’Onta Foreman and Khalil Herbert constitute a decent one-two punch, but Roschon Johnson adds depth and three-down utility, and can emerge with increased volume.

149) Green Bay Packers: Carter Warren, OT, Pittsburgh

Carter Warren gives Green Bay depth at tackle, and he has the size and athleticism they seek at 6’5″, 311 pounds, with 35 3/8″. Warren also has mauler moments in pass protection.

150) Washington Commanders: Jaren Hall, QB, BYU

This late in the 2023 NFL Draft, it’s never a bad idea to add a QB with solid traits. The Commanders followed that philosophy with Sam Howell, and they follow it again with Jaren Hall.

151) Seattle Seahawks: Devonnsha Maxwell, DT, Chattanooga

Devonnsha Maxwell broke the SOCON record for career sacks. His run defense profile at 6’2″, 290 pounds, with 33″ arms, is strong, but he also has exciting potential in the passing phase.

152) Detroit Lions: Parker Washington, WR, Penn State

Parker Washington can be a quality big-slot WR at the next level, and his RAC ability and chain-mover utility complement Jameson Williams and Amon-Ra St. Brown very well.

153) Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Jaylon Jones, CB, Texas A&M

Jaylon Jones is a top-50 prospect on my board. Length, physicality, special short-area athleticism, disciplined technique — the 6’2″ former five-star has a lot of upside this late.

154) Seattle Seahawks: Clayton Tune, QB, Houston

The Seahawks seem relatively content with Geno Smith and Drew Lock, but Clayton Tune gives them a third QB with appealing competitive toughness and solid tools to develop.

155) San Francisco 49ers: Ivan Pace Jr., LB, Cincinnati

At 5’10 1/2″ and 222 pounds, Ivan Pace Jr. is a rocked-up ball of energy at the second level, whose relentless play style would be right at home in San Francisco.

156) Los Angeles Chargers: JL Skinner, S, Boise State

JL Skinner has work to do before he reaches his ceiling, but it’s fun to think about a box safety with his size, explosiveness, and nail-eating play style alongside Derwin James.

157) Baltimore Ravens: Eric Gray, RB, Oklahoma

Eric Gray doesn’t have the field-flipping burst to draw crowds, but his density, smooth instincts, and sudden cuts should allow him to carve out a respectable NFL career.

158) Minnesota Vikings: Andre Carter II, EDGE, Army

A lack of play strength has assuredly contributed to Andre Carter II‘s descent, but once he gets in an NFL training room, his rare flexibility and length could be maximized.

159) Green Bay Packers (From DET): Gervarrius Owens, S, Houston

Gervarrius Owens checks several boxes as a Day 3 safety. He’s a team captain with versatility between single-high, two-high, and the box, and he has great burst and length.

160) Jacksonville Jaguars: Jalen Redmond, DL, Oklahoma

Jalen Redmond was one of the top performers at the NFL Combine, with 4.81 speed, a 34.5″ vertical, and a 9’8″ broad jump at 6’2″, 291 pounds. He fits Jacksonville’s scheme well.

161) Los Angeles Rams (From HOU): Henry To’oTo’o, LB, Alabama

Henry To’oTo’o still has to be more consistent as a processor, but his speed, range, motor, and proportional length make him a worthwhile investment for the Rams in Round 5.

162) Indianapolis Colts: Jammie Robinson, S, Florida State

For a secondary that has potential turnover on the horizon, Jammie Robinson‘s versatility and physical edge provides value. He can play the slot or attack in the box.

163) Cincinnati Bengals: Mitchell Tinsley, WR, Penn State

Mitchell Tinsley is a WR to circle as a potential Day 3 steal. At 6’0″, 200 pounds, with over 32″ arms, he has good size, but he’s also incredibly agile, nuanced, and proficient at the catch point.

164) Minnesota Vikings (From SF): Chase Brown, RB, Illinois

With Dalvin Cook’s future uncertain, the Vikings need to invest in a running back at some point. Chase Brown is an explosive, no-nonsense north-south runner who works efficiently.

165) New Orleans Saints: Blake Whiteheart, TE, Wake Forest

Blake Whiteheart dominated 1-on-1s at the Shrine Bowl. He’s a technician with his routes, and his 6.77 three-cone at 6’4″, 247 pounds, echoes his elite short-area agility.

166) Kansas City Chiefs: Jakorian Bennett, CB, Maryland

Jakorian Bennett is a quality depth piece on Day 1 with his physicality and versatility to play the slot, but he’s also an elite athlete with 4.3 speed and rare explosiveness.

167) Los Angeles Rams: Chad Ryland, K, Maryland

In need of a kicker, the Rams take Maryland’s Chad Ryland here. Ryland has a massive leg with a career-long of 55 yards, and he converted on over 80% of his attempts the past three seasons.

168) Arizona Cardinals (From DET): Terell Smith, CB, Minnesota

Terell Smith is 6’1″, 204 pounds, with near-33″ arms, 4.41 speed, and wicked quick feet in coverage. He paced the DBs at the Shrine Bowl and brings starting talent to Arizona.

169) Dallas Cowboys: DeWayne McBride, RB, UAB

If you want a true thunder-and-lightning combo with Tony Pollard, DeWayne McBride can make that happen. He’s one-dimensional, but McBride might have the best contact balance in the class.

170) New York Jets: Jaquelin Roy, DT, LSU

If the Jets are going to help Will McDonald IV succeed, they need a stout 1-tech who can hold up farther inside. Jaquelin Roy has that kind of strength and density.

171) Los Angeles Rams: Rakim Jarrett, WR, Maryland

An explosive vertical weapon, Rakim Jarrett presents great value for the Rams in the Day 3 range, as Matthew Stafford has the arm talent to maximize Jarrett’s skill set.

172) New York Giants: Isaiah Land, EDGE, Florida A&M

In need of EDGE depth, New York adds Isaiah Land. Land is a bit lean, but he’s an explosive, high-energy athlete who’s shown to win working the arc (19 sacks in 2021).

173) San Francisco 49ers: Eli Ricks, CB, Alabama

Eli Ricks was once viewed as a future first-rounder. His middling long speed worked against him this cycle, but he does have the physicality, reach, and feel in press to thrive with the 49ers.

174) Las Vegas Raiders: Kyu Blu Kelly, CB, Stanford

The Raiders have room to double up at cornerback. Kyu Blu Kelly isn’t the most fluid or the fastest, but he has great burst upfield, imposing length, and he’s a natural playmaker at the catch point.

175) Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Dontayvion Wicks, WR, Virginia

In search of a size threat, the Buccaneers add Dontayvion Wicks in this mock draft. Wicks has great size, length, twitch, and physicality at 6’1″, 206 pounds, with over 32″ arms.

176) Indianapolis Colts: Emil Ekiyor Jr., OL, Alabama

Emil Ekiyor Jr. is well-leveraged, long and powerful, and has the versatility to line up at center or guard, making him a valuable safety blanket for the Colts’ offensive line.

177) Los Angeles Rams: Evan Hull, RB, Northwestern

Evan Hull will have fans in the Day 3 range. At 5’10”, 209 pounds, he’s a compact runner with great burst, surprisingly powerful leg churn, and strong receiving ability.

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Round 6

178) Kansas City Chiefs
Micah Baskerville, LB, LSU

179) Green Bay Packers (from TB)
Jaelyn Duncan, OL, Maryland

180) Arizona Cardinals
Zach Evans, RB, Ole Miss

181) Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Sean Tucker, RB, Syracuse

182) Los Angeles Rams
Bryce Baringer, P, Michigan State

183) Denver Broncos (from DET)
Braeden Daniels, G, Utah

184) New England Patriots
Griffin Hebert, TE, Louisiana Tech

185) Jacksonville Jaguars
Myles Brooks, CB, Louisiana Tech

186) Tennessee Titans
Yasir Abdullah, EDGE, Louisville

187) New England Patriots
Hunter Luepke, RB, North Dakota State

188) Philadelphia Eagles (from HOU)
Darrell Luter Jr., CB, South Alabama

189) Los Angeles Rams
Nick Herbig, EDGE, Wisconsin

190) Cleveland Browns
Malaesala Aumavae-Laulu, OL, Oregon

191) Los Angeles Rams
Earl Bostick Jr., OL, Kansas

192) New England Patriots
Christopher Smith, S, Georgia

193) Washington Commanders
Bryce Ford-Wheaton, WR, West Virginia

194) Kansas City Chiefs (from DET)
Josh Whyle, TE, Cincinnati

195) Denver Broncos
Tyson Bagent, QB, Shepherd

196) Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Tanner McKee, QB, Stanford

197) Miami Dolphins
Colby Sorsdal, OL, William & Mary

198) Seattle Seahawks
Martez Manuel, DB, Missouri

199) Baltimore Ravens
Jaylon Thomas, OL, SMU

200) Los Angeles Chargers
Tre’Vius Hodges-Tomlinson, CB, TCU

201) Houston Texans
Anfernee Orji, LB, Vanderbilt

202) Jacksonville Jaguars
Ronnie Hickman, S, Ohio State

203) Houston Texans
Chamarri Conner, DB, Virginia Tech

204) Las Vegas Raiders
Ventrell Miller, LB, Florida

205) Buffalo Bills
Jason Taylor II, S, Oklahoma State

206) Cincinnati Bengals
Nesta Jade Silvera, DT, Arizona State

207) Green Bay Packers
Matt Landers, WR, Arkansas

208) Jacksonville Jaguars
Mike Morris, DL, Michigan

209) New York Giants
Viliami Fehoko, EDGE, San Jose State

210) New England Patriots
Nic Jones, CB, Ball State

211) Minnesota Vikings
Asim Richards, OL, North Carolina

212) Dallas Cowboys
Tavius Robinson, EDGE, Ole Miss

213) Arizona Cardinals
Habakkuk Baldonado, EDGE, Pittsburgh

214) Las Vegas Raiders
Max Duggan, QB, TCU

215) Washington Commanders
Davis Allen, TE, Clemson

216) San Francisco 49ers
Ikenna Enechukwu, EDGE, Rice

217) Kansas City Chiefs
Jon Gaines II, OL, UCLA

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Round 7

218) Chicago Bears
Grant DuBose, WR, Charlotte

219) Philadelphia Eagles
Jalen Moreno-Cropper, WR, Fresno State

220) Las Vegas Raiders
Warren McClendon, OT, Georgia

221) Indianapolis Colts
Jake Witt, OT, Northern Michigan

222) Minnesota Vikings (from SF)
Jake Haener, QB, Fresno State

223) Los Angeles Rams
Puka Nacua, WR, BYU

224) Atlanta Falcons
Calvin Avery, DT, Illinois

225) Atlanta Falcons
Tre Hawkins III, CB, Old Dominion

226) Jacksonville Jaguars
Xavier Gipson, WR, Stephen F. Austin

227) New Orleans Saints
Ali Gaye, EDGE, LSU

228) Tennessee Titans
Nick Broeker, G, Ole Miss

229) Cleveland Browns
Brevin Allen, EDGE, Campbell

230) Philadelphia Eagles (from HOU)
Ben Sims, TE, Baylor

231) Las Vegas Raiders
Scott Matlock, DT, Boise State

232) Green Bay Packers
Cameron Brown, CB, Ohio State

233) Washington Commanders
Travis Dye, RB, Oregon

234) Los Angeles Rams
Alex Palczewski, OT, Illinois

235) Green Bay Packers
Quindell Johnson, S, Memphis

236) Indianapolis Colts
Antoine Green, WR, North Carolina

237) Seattle Seahawks
Owen Pappoe, LB, Auburn

238) Miami Dolphins
Jovaughn Gwyn, OL, South Carolina

239) Los Angeles Chargers
Andrei Iosivas, WR, Princeton

240) Jacksonville Jaguars
Aidan O’Connell, QB, Purdue

241) Pittsburgh Steelers
Ronnie Bell, WR, Michigan

242) Green Bay Packers
Holton Ahlers, QB, East Carolina

243) New York Giants
Zaire Barnes, LB, Western Michigan

244) Dallas Cowboys
Mekhi Garner, DB, LSU

245) New England Patriots
Jarrett Patterson, OL, Notre Dame

246) Cincinnati Bengals
Rejzohn Wright, CB, Oregon State

247) San Francisco 49ers
Demontrey Jacobs, OT, South Florida

248) Philadelphia Eagles
Drake Thomas, LB, NC State

249) Detroit Lions (from KC)
Jose Ramirez, EDGE, Eastern Michigan

250) Kansas City Chiefs
Deneric Prince, RB, Tulsa

251) Pittsburgh Steelers
Christian Izien, DB, Rutgers

252) Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Joey Fisher, OL, Shepherd

253) San Francisco 49ers
Xazavian Valladay, RB, Arizona State

254) New York Giants
Anthony Johnson Jr., DB, Iowa State

255) San Francisco 49ers
Malik Knowles, WR, Kansas State

256) Green Bay Packers
Christopher Dunn, K, NC State

257) New Orleans Saints
Brandon Hill, S, Pittsburgh

258) Chicago Bears
Dylan Horton, EDGE, TCU

259) Houston Texans
Payne Durham, TE, Purdue

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