2025 NFL Mock Draft: Luther Burden Joins Bryce Young in Carolina

Shedeur Sanders leads the QBs off the board in this 2025 NFL Mock Draft, while superlative talents Luther Burden and Deone Walker dominate the top of the class.

With the 2023 college football regular season coming to a close, let’s take a way-too-early look at how the 2025 NFL Draft might shake out with this mock draft scenario.

Will Shedeur Sanders be the first QB off the board? And will the WR and OT classes match the talent of the 2024 NFL Draft class? We won’t have answers for a long time. But those questions, and more, are at least addressed herein.

2025 NFL Mock Draft | Round 1

1) Carolina Panthers: Luther Burden, WR, Missouri

  • 2024 NFL Draft Pick: Chris Braswell, EDGE, Alabama

Bryce Young hasn’t looked quite as untouchable as a No. 1 overall pick should this season — but that’s not all on him.

The Panthers’ offense has been a sorry state of affairs, by and large, because of the personnel, which has, in turn, limited the unit’s dynamism and flexibility with play-calling.

Frank Reich’s Panthers will always be restricted as long as they don’t have a No. 1 WR to build around. Luckily, just a year after Marvin Harrison Jr. hit the fold, Luther Burden is in the pipeline as the next near-generational WR prospect.

Burden was a consensus five-star recruit in high school, who logged 83 catches for 1,197 yards and eight touchdowns in 2023.

At 5’11” and 208 pounds, he’s a hyper-dense three-level threat with superlative explosiveness, speed, and twitches. He’s already a nuanced separator, and he has the play strength to succeed in all phases.

With his frame, RAC ability, throttle control, and rare catching instincts and body control, he’s fielded separate comparisons to Deebo Samuel, Ja’Marr Chase, and Amari Cooper. But all you need to know is: He’s good. Really good. And he’s exactly what Young needs at WR.

2) New York Giants: Walter Nolen, DT, Texas A&M

Dexter Lawrence alone makes any defensive line formidable, but after trading away Leonard Williams, the Giants could use another disruptor alongside him to make life miserable for interior blockers.

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Walter Nolen has slimmed down since high school — he’s now at a lean 6’4″, 290 pounds — but he’s kept his outrageous dynamism and block-shedding ability at 3-tech, with four sacks and 8.5 tackles for loss through 11 games.

Nolen’s explosiveness gives him unique playmaking range in the backfield, and he also has the torque and power to discard blocks effortlessly and scoff at attempted resistance.

3) New England Patriots: Deone Walker, DT, Kentucky

  • 2024 NFL Draft Pick: Drake Maye, QB, North Carolina

In this scenario, the Patriots get their franchise QB in the 2024 NFL Draft with Drake Maye, but they’re still in position to take the best player available in the 2025 NFL Draft cycle. Deone Walker stands out, especially for New England’s hybrid fronts.

At 6’6″, 348 pounds, Walker is a physical freak in the mold of Georgia’s Jordan Davis, and he’s shown off special disruptive ability at his size. In 2023 alone, he logged 5.5 sacks, 10.5 TFLs, and two pass deflections as Kentucky’s central force.

Walker has the explosiveness and overwhelming power and strength to be an in-built mismatch generator at 0-tech and 1-tech, and his mere presence would allow Christian Barmore to reach new heights as well.

4) Tennessee Titans: Benjamin Morrison, CB, Notre Dame

The Titans have more than a few expiring contracts on deck at the cornerback position, and they may be in the market for a blue-chip talent at the position in the 2025 NFL Draft class.

Benjamin Morrison and Will Johnson are the early favorites to be the top CB prospects in the 2025 NFL Draft, but Morrison might be a better fit for Tennessee’s man-heavy scheme under Mike Vrabel.

At 6’0″, 185 pounds, Morrison has amassed eight interceptions and 14 pass breakups over the past two seasons. He’s a fleet-footed and instinctive cover man who can blanket his side of the field with his athleticism, technical efficiency, and proportional length.

5) Atlanta Falcons: Shedeur Sanders, QB, Colorado

Desmond Ridder will get another chance to close out the 2023 season on a positive note. And if he plays well enough, he could conceivably earn one more extended audition in 2024.

Nevertheless, it’s more likely that Ridder is not the guy for Atlanta. And even if Ridder settles in as a capable spot-starter, the Falcons should pounce on the chance to grab QB1 of the 2025 NFL Draft if they get it.

Right now, no passer is locked in as a No. 1 overall pick contender, like Caleb Williams and Drake Maye were at the start of the 2024 NFL Draft cycle. But assuming he returns, Shedeur Sanders is in the driver’s seat for the QB1 spot.

In his first season at the Power Five level, with poor trench play and limited personnel, Sanders completed nearly 70% of his passes for 3,230 yards, 27 touchdowns, and just three picks.

Sanders can still improve at managing pressure, but the 6’2″, 215-pound QB is already one of the most composed and controlled in-structure passers on the circuit, and he has the nimble athleticism and arm talent to layer the ball and elevate his offense.

With Bijan Robinson, Drake London, Kyle Pitts, and Malik Nabers at his disposal, Sanders could hit the ground running in Atlanta and help the Falcons legitimately compete.

6) Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Will Johnson, CB, Michigan

Baker Mayfield might be playing well enough to keep the Buccaneers from drafting a QB in Round 1, but there are other issues for the Buccaneers to address. On the defensive side, both Carlton Davis and Jamel Dean have regressed a bit, and Davis’ contract is up in 2025.

At 6’2″, 202 pounds, Johnson is first in line to be the size-speed-fluidity specimen of the 2025 NFL Draft CB class, and he’s quietly very technically advanced for his size. He’s disciplined with his feet, calculated with his jams, and proactive when the ball approaches.

More often than not, Johnson simply dissuades QBs from throwing his way. Facing Marvin Harrison Jr. in the season finale serves as a defining test, but regardless, Johnson has the tools to go early in 2025.

7) Las Vegas Raiders: Conner Weigman, QB, Texas A&M

Conner Weigman played just four games in 2023 before a foot injury ended his season prematurely. But whenever he’s played, the Aggies’ passer has separated himself with his natural efficiency from the pocket and his playmaking upside.

At 6’3″, 215 pounds, Weigman has the athleticism and toughness to create off-script, and he also has enough arm strength to generate easy velocity on both drive and touch throws.

Whether he transfers or remains at Texas A&M, Weigman has perhaps the best chance among 2022 QB recruits to emerge on the 2025 NFL Draft circuit.

The Raiders have an ideal bridge QB in Aidan O’Connell, but Weigman can help Las Vegas truly reset the clock as they seek resurrection in a cluttered AFC West.

8) Washington Commanders: James Pearce Jr., EDGE, Tennessee

  • 2024 NFL Draft Pick: Taliese Fuaga, OT, Oregon State

Having traded away both Chase Young and Montez Sweat, the Commanders desperately need more early-round talent on the outside alongside Jonathan Allen and Daron Payne. In the 2025 NFL Draft, James Pearce Jr. might be a compelling candidate.

The 6’5″, 242-pound Pearce was one of the top pass-rushers in the SEC this year, with eight sacks and 11.5 TFLs. His initial explosiveness up the track is tough to match, but he also has the brisk lateral agility and nuanced hands to exploit tackles who overset.

9) Los Angeles Chargers: Tetairoa McMillan, WR, Arizona

One of the most compelling parts of Marvin Harrison Jr.’s profile in the 2024 NFL Draft cycle was his combination of size and flexibility as a route runner. That’s something he and 2025 NFL Draft prospect Tetairoa McMillan share.

At 6’5″, 210 pounds, McMillan defies physics with his ability to sink his hips and bend out of route stems, and he also has enough foot speed and burst to gain space after chopping his strides transitioning.

To go along with his route-running ability, McMillan has exceptional hand-eye coordination and catching instincts, and he’s a strong RAC threat as well. He’d give Justin Herbert dual-sided stability and playmaking ability at WR.

10) Denver Broncos: Harold Perkins, OLB, LSU

  • 2024 NFL Draft Pick: Bo Nix, QB, Oregon

It’s been a long time since we’ve seen a prospect with Harold Perkins’ kind of bend enter the NFL Draft. And it’s what will make Perkins’ evaluation so much simpler than a 6’1″, 220-pound hybrid linebacker’s evaluation should be,

Perkins — who’s amassed 12.5 sacks and 24.5 tackles for loss over the past two campaigns — has once-in-a-decade angle deletion ability, produced by his hyper-elite mix of ankle flexion, hip flexibility, and sustained explosiveness along curvilinear paths.

Perkins has the elite explosiveness to create angle disadvantages at the drop of a hat, and he has the dominating bend to capitalize on those advantages instantly.

In Denver’s scheme, he’d be a picture-perfect fit, terrorizing tackles on rush reps and simulated pressures.

11) Chicago Bears: Dani Dennis-Sutton, EDGE, Penn State

The Bears’ 2024 NFL Draft first-round haul will allow them to head into the 2025 NFL Draft cycle with some momentum. In this scenario, they keep Justin Fields and complete his weapons core alongside DJ Moore. Now, it’s time to turn attention to the defense.

Dani Dennis-Sutton is still growing as a pass-rushing threat, but he has the tools to bank on at 6’5″and 261 pounds. He’s a gifted athlete with rare lateral and vertical movement freedom who can leverage his burst and size into awesome power and scraping force.

12) Arizona Cardinals: Kenneth Grant, DT, Michigan

  • 2024 NFL Draft Pick No. 1: Joe Alt, OT, Notre Dame
  • 2024 NFL Draft Pick No. 2: Rome Odunze, WR, Washington

In the 2023 NFL Draft cycle, Michigan’s Mazi Smith was the tools-rich nose tackle who went in Round 1. Two cycles later, Kenneth Grant is following a similar path — except he actually has the production to validate his elite traits at one of the scarcest positions in the league.

In a breakout 2023 campaign, Grant has amassed 22 tackles, 3.5 TFLs, 2.5 sacks, a pick, and four pass breakups. At 6’3″, 339 pounds, he’s a rare athlete with menacing explosive capacity and agility who can also encumber and power through blocks with proficiency.

A true elite nose tackle can be the best kind of force multiplier for a defense, and Grant has the all-encompassing ability to be that code-breaker for Jonathan Gannon’s squad.

13) Los Angeles Rams: Earnest Greene III, OT, Georgia

  • 2024 NFL Draft Pick: Laiatu Latu, EDGE, UCLA

The 2024 NFL Draft OT class had four top-10 prospects in Joe Alt, Olu Fashanu, Taliese Fuaga, and JC Latham. Early on, there is no guaranteed top-ten OT in 2025. But if we’re trusting the Georgia pipeline, Earnest Greene III could change that.

A high four-star recruit, Greene is following a similar arc to both Broderick Jones and Amarius Mims. He redshirted in 2022 but has gained more experience in relief of Mims this year and has shown off plenty of upside.

At 6’4″, 320 pounds, Greene is an absolute powerhouse with wicked torquing capacity and knock-back force, but he also has enough explosiveness and athleticism to reach the second level, as well as maintaining positioning on pass protection reps.

14) Cleveland Browns: Isaiah Bond, WR, Alabama

  • 2024 NFL Draft Pick: Kiran Amegadjie, OT, Yale

From a production standpoint, Isaiah Bond’s best is yet to come. But even in a limited sample, he’s shown enough to warrant excitement as a potential first-round riser.

MORE: 2024 NFL Draft Big Board

At 5’11”, 182 pounds, Bond has undeniable vertical speed, but he matches that with his suddenness, change-of-direction, and sink as a route runner in the short and intermediate ranges.

Bond’s game is tailor-made for the modern NFL, and with the Browns seeing both Amari Cooper’s and Elijah Moore’s contracts expiring in 2025, Bond would make sense.

15) Seattle Seahawks: Drew Allar, QB, Penn State

  • 2024 NFL Draft Pick: Graham Barton, OL, Duke

The Seahawks have a playoff-ready roster. The only long-term question is quarterback. Geno Smith was a Pro Bowler in 2022, but he’s regressed in 2023, and his contract is up after 2025.

Even if Smith rises back to the mean in 2024, the Seahawks should still have an eye on the future at the QB position. And in the 2025 NFL Draft, a high-upside passer like Drew Allar could be an apt investment.

Allar is still very far from a first-round guarantee, as field vision and pressure mechanics are still areas of needed improvement. But Allar has some of the most enthralling raw arm talent in the class at 6’5″, 232 pounds, and he was impressively turnover-averse in 2023.

In Seattle, Allar would have a year to sit and learn under Smith before presumably taking the reins in 2026.

16) Buffalo Bills: Evan Stewart, WR, Texas A&M

You can see the vision in Buffalo. Dalton Kincaid has the tools to be an impressive big-slot hybrid alongside Stefon Diggs in time, but Buffalo still needs a reliable separator and catcher to complete the weapons corps.

In the 2025 NFL Draft, Evan Stewart — whether he plays at Texas A&M or elsewhere — could be a viable option.

Though Stewart is undersized at 6’0″, 175 pounds, he’s an energized separator with hyper-elite cylindrical twitch. And at his size, he has wiry strength and steely focus at the catch point, which he can use to win even in high-difficulty situations.

17) Pittsburgh Steelers: Mason Graham, DT, Michigan

Next to Grant, Mason Graham is the heavy-handed disruptor on Michigan’s line. He carries 318 pounds like it’s 20 pounds lighter at 6’3″ and has the ruthless power drive to blast through blocks and pave open lanes to the pocket.

The Steelers have a quality disruptive presence in 2023 NFL Draft pick Keeanu Benton, but the line isn’t as solidified alongside him. Graham would give the team a powerful, athletic, well-leveraged, and nasty competitor to add to the rotation.

18) Cincinnati Bengals: Jonah Savaiinaea, OT, Arizona

Arizona’s Jordan Morgan is widely viewed as a potential first-round candidate in the 2024 NFL Draft. In the 2025 NFL Draft cycle, the Arizona Wildcats might have another first-round candidate at right tackle in American Samoa product Jonah Savaiinaea.

The 6’5″, 330-pound Savaiinaea is an explosive second-level climber and a tenacious finisher who also has the natural leverage acquisition, heavy hands, and anchor strength to stymie attempted rushes. He’d be a wise investment for the Bengals on the line.

19) New Orleans Saints: Josh Simmons, OT, Ohio State

It’s been long enough to know that Trevor Penning’s selection hasn’t panned out yet for the Saints. An injury robbed him of most of the 2022 campaign. Another injury late in the year forced him to rehabilitate, and he was benched earlier in 2023 for his poor play.

Especially with Derek Carr at quarterback — a passer who’s infamously volatile when pressure comes — the Saints can’t skimp at offensive tackle. They can’t be too shy to spend another first-round pick to shore up the position.

Josh Simmons could go in the top 100 if he declares for the 2024 NFL Draft, but he might have legitimate Round 1 upside in the 2025 NFL Draft class.

The 6’5″, 310-pound Simmons transferred to Ohio State after starting at right tackle for San Diego State, and he’s provided stability on the blindside with his athleticism, flexibility, length, and natural balance.

Simmons would not only provide the same flexibility for New Orleans, but he could also allow Penning to move to guard, where his forward-driving physicality would shine.

20) Indianapolis Colts: Abdul Carter, LB, Penn State

The Colts have Anthony Richardson, and they gave him Brian Thomas Jr. as a vertical threat in this scenario. They have a stalwart offensive line and ascending talent at multiple levels on the defense. It might be time to add an X-factor like Abdul Carter at linebacker.

Carter is unique in that he can blend positional lines at 6’3″, 249 pounds. He simply moves differently at that size, with awe-inspiring closing explosiveness and elite disruptive range.

With that range, Carter can invade gaps with breathtaking quickness. But he also has the bend, hand force, and tenacity to enter the equation as a dynamic pass-rushing threat. His ability to be a second-level joker could complete the Colts’ defense.

21) New York Jets: Nic Anderson, WR, Oklahoma

  • 2024 NFL Draft Pick: JC Latham, OT, Alabama

The Jets need a lot of things. First and foremost, they need a QB. Assuming Aaron Rodgers returns in 2024, they can tentatively check that box off. But even if Rodgers returns, they need much more quality receiving utility alongside Garrett Wilson.

More specifically, the Jets could use a WR who combines both the explosiveness, speed, and flexibility to separate and the size to outmatch defensive backs. Oklahoma’s Nic Anderson fits the bill.

Anderson’s production alone — 31 catches, 725 yards, and nine scores in 2023 — is proof of his size-speed combination at 6’4″, 210 pounds, but Anderson also has the throttle control and bend to make use of space and separate independently.

22) Green Bay Packers: Kelvin Banks Jr., OL, Texas

  • 2024 NFL Draft Pick: Troy Fautanu, OL, Washington

What the Packers need, more than anything else, is time. We saw that when Green Bay shocked the Lions with a win on Thanksgiving. Jordan Love has what it takes, and the talent is there. It just needs time to marinate.

Of course, the offensive line will also need to be maintained in the coming years. And the opportunities will be there to make it happen in the 2024 and 2025 NFL Draft cycles.

In this scenario, the Packers add Troy Fautanu and Kelvin Banks Jr. in back-to-back cycles — both of whom could feasibly play tackle or guard. Fautanu has better functional athleticism, hands, and recovery capacity, but Banks’ gnawing power and physical edge would fit at either spot.

23) Minnesota Vikings: Jalen Milroe, QB, Alabama

Jalen Milroe’s redemptive arc in 2023 has been one for the ages. Once benched, he’s now re-emerged as not only a quality starter but the driving force for Alabama’s late-season success.

In 10 games, Milroe has completed 66.4% of his passes for 2,267 yards, 19 touchdowns, and six interceptions while adding 12 touchdowns on the ground.

Milroe could use another offseason of mechanical development, and missed reads are still a concern at times. But he’s improved leaps and bounds from the start of 2023, and his athleticism and creation capacity are truly elite at 6’2″, 220 pounds.

With more mechanical growth, Milroe can continue to channel more of his natural arm talent, and his leadership ability — combined with his resilience in the face of adversity — should only win over NFL evaluators.

Seeing how well Kirk Cousins was playing before his injury in 2023, the Vikings could extend him and ride out his prime years while keeping Milroe in the wings as a succession plan.

24) Houston Texans: Xavier Nwankpa, S, Iowa

By 2025, the Texans will have had multiple contracts expire at the safety position, putting them in the market for the best safety prospect in the 2025 NFL Draft.

MORE: 2024 NFL Draft Prospect Watchlist

As of now, that conversation is still very open, but many expect Iowa’s Xavier Nwankpa to be in the discussion. Nwankpa was a five-star recruit in 2022, and he’s quickly garnered a reputation as one of the most dangerous defensive playmakers in the nation.

At 6’2″, 210 pounds, Nwankpa has size-defying acceleration capacity and fluidity, rivaled only by his instincts and route recognition ability in both single-high and two-high. He’s the ultimate ball-hawking space eraser that defensive coordinators crave on the back end.

25) Jacksonville Jaguars: Jordan Hancock, CB, Ohio State

  • 2024 NFL Draft Pick: Jared Verse, EDGE, Florida State

The Jaguars are finally at a level where they can be expected to compete year in and year out. But nevertheless, there is still maintenance to be done, particularly on the defensive side of the ball.

In 2025, both Darious Williams’ and Tre Herndon’s contracts will have expired, forming a potentially massive void at CB alongside Tyson Campbell. In that scenario, a versatile, up-and-coming cover man like Jordan Hancock could suffice.

The 6’1″, 185-pound Hancock has searing explosiveness and reaction speed as a click-and-close defender, and he can play the slot as well as the boundary. He has two picks and four PBUs this year, and once Denzel Burke makes the leap, Hancock will be in the spotlight.

26) Philadelphia Eagles: Travis Hunter, CB, Colorado

As a receiver, Travis Hunter racked up 49 catches for 614 yards and four scores in 2023. As a cornerback, he accrued three interceptions and five pass deflections.

Hunter has an NFL future, whether it’s at WR or CB. But the most upside might exist at CB for Hunter, who’s proven himself to be an elite playmaker at the catch point. His rare ball-tracking ability and route feel sets him apart beyond his high-end athleticism at 6’1″, 185.

Hunter will need to improve his play strength and technique at the NFL level, as well as tune-up with NFL physicality. In Philadelphia, with veterans Darius Slay and James Bradberry under contract through 2025, he’ll have a chance to do that.

27) Detroit Lions: Ty Thompson, QB, Oregon

  • 2024 NFL Draft Pick: Quinyon Mitchell, CB, Toledo

There isn’t much to say about Ty Thompson yet as a 2025 NFL Draft prospect, but that’ll change in 2024.

Thompson is in line to succeed Bo Nix at Oregon. He’s looked visibly improved in relief of Nix this year, and Dan Lanning has equipped Thompson with everything he needs to be successful.

At 6’4″, 215 pounds, Thompson was a highly-touted recruit. He’s an athlete who doesn’t rely on that athleticism to a fault, and he’s an amped-up thrower who can effortlessly layer bristling pace and feathery touch up the seam.

Jared Goff’s contract with the Lions expires in 2025, and at that time, Dan Campbell might deduce that Goff doesn’t quite have the ability against pressure to take them to the promised land. Thompson, with his tools, could raise Detroit’s ceiling.

28) Miami Dolphins: Malaki Starks, S, Georgia

  • 2024 NFL Draft Pick: Amarius Mims, OT, Georgia

With a couple of expiring contracts over the next two years, the Dolphins may be in the market for one of the best safeties in the 2025 NFL Draft. They should re-sign Jevon Holland if they can, and Malaki Starks would give them a venerable duo.

At 6’1″, 205 pounds, Starks has the size and density to play in support if needed, but his ability in coverage is his calling card. Over his first two seasons at Georgia, he has four interceptions and 13 pass breakups, and he’s distinguished himself as a true playmaker.

29) Dallas Cowboys: Quinshon Judkins, RB, Ole Miss

The 2025 NFL Draft RB class is stacked, with a capital “S.” Fresh off the heels of a 2024 group that lacked a Round 1 prospect, the 2025 group could have as many as two or three.

No matter how it settles, however, Ole Miss’ Quinshon Judkins should be near the top of most lists. He has 2,619 rushing yards, 31 rushing touchdowns, 36 catches, 267 receiving yards, and two receiving TDs in two seasons with the Rebels.

At 5’11”, 210 pounds, Judkins is an effortlessly dynamic back who combines explosiveness, foot speed, flexibility, vision, and contact balance to be a nightmarish force for opposing defenses. Behind Dallas’ dominating line, he’d be the next big thing.

30) Kansas City Chiefs: Josh Conerly Jr., OT, Oregon

Wide receiver is the priority for the Kansas City Chiefs, but if they double-up in the 2024 NFL Draft, they’ll have the flexibility to pursue their long-term solution at left tackle. Oregon’s Josh Conerly Jr. could grow to become that player.

The 6’4″, 305-pound Conerly was a consensus five-star recruit in high school, and as the Ducks’ full-time LT in 2023, he showcased stellar functional athleticism, second-level burst, hip leverage awareness, and footwork, and he has great proportional length for his size.

There’s still room for Conerly to keep improving his play strength and independent hand usage, but already, his steady center of gravity and athletic foundation bodes well.

31) Baltimore Ravens: Tyler Onyedim, DT, Iowa State

Even if the Ravens re-sign Justin Madubuike — as they should — they still have room to make their DT rotation even deeper alongside Travis Jones and Michael Pierce.

At 6’4″, 295 pounds, Tyler Onyedim fits the team’s disruptor mold. The Iowa State star — who’s amassed two sacks and 6.5 tackles for loss this year — has one of the most explosive first steps you’ll see from an interior lineman.

With his burst, Onyedim can invade gaps with ruthless efficiency, but he also has the power, shock, and strength to dismantle blocks, and he has the flexibility to stunt across alignments and generate pressure as far outside as 5-tech.

32) San Francisco 49ers: Ephesians Prysock, CB, Arizona

  • 2024 NFL Draft Pick: Jordan Morgan, OT, Arizona

The San Francisco 49ers are always looking for help at cornerback, and in this early 2025 NFL Mock Draft, they get one of the longest CB prospects in recent memory with Arizona’s Ephesians Prysock.

At 6’4″, 190 pounds, Prysock has truly mind-boggling length at the CB position, and yet, he moves with the effervescent twitch and fluidity of a CB at least four inches shorter. He’d thrive in San Francisco’s zone-heavy scheme, but he can also play in man if needed.

2025 NFL Mock Draft | Round 2

33) Chicago Bears (via CAR)
Daylen Everette, CB, Georgia

34) New York Giants
Germie Bernard, WR, Washington

35) New England Patriots
Chris Lewis, WR, Troy

36) Tennessee Titans
Omarion Hampton, RB, North Carolina

37) Atlanta Falcons
Derrick Moore, EDGE, Michigan

38) Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Quinn Ewers, QB, Texas

39) Las Vegas Raiders
Jacob Parrish, CB, Kansas State

40) Washington Commanders
Deontae Lawson, LB, Alabama

41) Los Angeles Chargers
Mykel Williams, EDGE, Georgia

42) Denver Broncos
Elijhah Badger, WR, Arizona State

43) Chicago Bears
Billy Bowman, S, Oklahoma

44) Arizona Cardinals
Sione Vaki, S, Utah

45) Los Angeles Rams
Donovan Smith, QB, Houston

46) Cleveland Browns
Ollie Gordon II, RB, Oklahoma State

47) Seattle Seahawks
Colston Loveland, TE, Michigan

48) Buffalo Bills
Damien Martinez, RB, Oregon State

49) Pittsburgh Steelers
Terrance Brooks, CB, Texas

50) Cincinnati Bengals
Jadyn Ott, RB, California

51) New Orleans Saints
Jestin Jacobs, LB, Oregon

52) Indianapolis Colts
Parker Brailsford, C, Washington

53) New York Jets
RJ Maryland, TE, SMU

54) Green Bay Packers
Jonathon Brooks, RB, Texas

55) Minnesota Vikings
Will Pauling, WR, Wisconsin

56) Houston Texans
Shemar Stewart, DT, Texas A&M

57) Jacksonville Jaguars
Ja’Mori Maclin, WR, North Texas

58) Philadelphia Eagles
Trevor Etienne, RB, Florida

59) Detroit Lions
Shemar Turner, EDGE, Texas A&M

60) Miami Dolphins
Gabe Jacas, EDGE, Illinois

61) Dallas Cowboys
Joseph Adedire, EDGE, Texas Tech

62) Kansas City Chiefs
Elic Ayomanor, WR, Stanford

63) Baltimore Ravens
Maxwell Hairston, CB, Kentucky

64) San Francisco 49ers
Patrick Payton, EDGE, Florida State

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