PFN Consensus 2024 NFL Mock Draft (7 Rounds): J.J. McCarthy Moves to Minnesota, Las Vegas Gambles on Michael Penix Jr., and Olu Fashanu Emerges As OT1

With less than two weeks until the ultimate event of unpredictability, Caleb Williams remains the only certainty in this 2024 NFL Mock Draft.

The 2024 NFL Draft is less than two weeks away, and as usual for the annual selection event, opinions are divided about what specific teams should do when on the clock. The subject of player evaluation is even more contentious, especially in the modern era, where social media makes everyone an armchair analyst.

The situation is no different inside the walls of the Pro Football Network (virtual) office, with multiple outcomes predicted by our team of analysts in recent mock drafts. As the event nears, there is no better time to consolidate those voices into one PFN Consensus 2024 NFL Mock Draft.

2024 NFL Mock Draft

1) Chicago Bears (from CAR): Caleb Williams, QB, USC

Death and taxes are the only certainties in a world of variable outcomes, endless possibilities, and countless probabilities. Absolutes applied to anything else are dangerous, especially as it pertains to the NFL Draft. Yet, from the minute Justin Fields was traded to the Pittsburgh Steelers, Caleb Williams being the first overall pick, became the closest thing to a sure thing that you’ll find this year.

If you’re looking for an indicator of how probable the outcome is — other than the latest betting odds — consider the fact that not one PFN analyst involved in this 2024 NFL Mock Draft selected any other player than the 2022 Heisman Trophy winner for the Bears’ first pick. The connoisseur of creativity heads to the Windy City to blow away NFC North defenses.

Other players receiving consideration: None

2) Washington Commanders: Drake Maye, QB, North Carolina

Once you get past the first overall pick, the 2024 NFL Draft becomes a more difficult guessing game. The Washington Commanders tipped their cap to their intentions on April 25 when they traded Sam Howell to the Seattle Seahawks, so we know that they’ll strive to secure a new signal-caller. The most significant question now is which one they’ll strike for.

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Drake Maye is the top-rated quarterback on the PFN 2024 NFL Draft Big Board. His arm talent and underrated physical attributes make him an alluring prospect with untold NFL potential, regardless of what some high-profile media voices believe. Yet, 44.4% of PFN analysts involved in this 2024 NFL Mock Draft leaned toward a different quarterback pick here.

Other players receiving consideration: Jayden Daniels, QB, LSU

3) New England Patriots: Jayden Daniels, QB, LSU

The shadow of Tom Brady casts long over Gilette Stadium, and multiple passers have failed to emerge from it. Mac Jones is the latest to succumb to the pressures of playing the position for the New England Patriots, traded away this offseason and opening the door for the franchise to select a signal-caller in the 2024 NFL Draft as a new era begins behind head coach Jerod Mayo.

In this 2024 NFL Mock Draft, former Arizona State and LSU dual-threat Jayden Daniels presents an exciting adjustment to the QB spot. The Patriots haven’t had a true dual-threat play the position in recent times, and Daniels’ development as a passer during his time in Baton Rouge, La., combined with his explosive playmaking out of structure, make him a dangerous weapon to face.

Other players receiving consideration: Drake Maye, QB, North Carolina

4) Arizona Cardinals: Marvin Harrison Jr., WR, Ohio State

A prime trade partner for quarterback-needy teams, the Arizona Cardinals hold firm in this 2024 NFL Mock Draft to land a playmaker many consider the most talented player in the entire class. The franchise needs weapons for Kyler Murray, and they don’t come much better than Marvin Harrison Jr., who will immediately become the go-to guy for the diminutive QB.

Other players receiving consideration: J.J. McCarthy, QB, Michigan

5) Los Angeles Chargers: Malik Nabers, WR, LSU

Outcomes start to become significantly more varied with the Los Angeles Chargers and the fifth-overall pick. They could seek to add an offensive lineman to bolster the protection for Justin Herbert — new head coach Jim Harbaugh’s Michigan Wolverines teams were built to win in the trenches — while there are also some defensive needs for the franchise to address.

However, the Chargers’ wide receiver room joined the ongoing mass emigration known as the California exodus this offseason, leaving a clear need to add a pass-catching playmaker in the 2024 NFL Draft. There aren’t many more explosive receivers in this class than Malik Nabers, who becomes the latest LSU product to enter the league on a wave of production and expectation.

Other players receiving consideration: Joe Alt, OT, Notre Dame; Marvin Harrison Jr., WR, Ohio State

6) New York Giants: Olumuyiwa Fashanu, OT, Penn State

Another team with a multitude of potential outcomes on Day 1, the New York Giants have offensive needs similar to those of the Chargers, but with the added caveat of a quarterback conundrum. Daniel Jones’ contract complicates a QB selection, but at least one PFN analyst has the franchise striking for a Michigan standout if available.

Wide receiver is also a distinct possibility, but if the team wants to evaluate Jones fully for life beyond this year, protection is key. Olu Fashanu has quietly gone about his business in this class, becoming something of a forgotten man. Yet, he’s a legitimate OT1 contender, and it shouldn’t be a surprise to see his highly intelligent brand of tackle play be valued highly on April 25.

Other players receiving consideration: Joe Alt, OT, Notre Dame; J.J. McCarthy, QB, Michigan; Malik Nabers, WR, LSU

7) Tennessee Titans: Joe Alt, OT, Notre Dame

Peaches and cream. Shrimp and steak. The Tennessee Titans and Joe Alt. Some combinations are just meant to be, and this one has been a popular component of mock drafts throughout the 2024 NFL Draft cycle. Although they made some offensive line adjustments in free agency, teaming the Notre Dame colossus with former first-rounder Peter Skoronski makes a solid left side.

Other players receiving consideration: Rome Odunze, WR, Washington; Malik Nabers, WR, LSU; J.J. McCarthy, QB, Michigan

8) Atlanta Falcons: Dallas Turner, EDGE, Alabama

With Kirk Cousins’ arrival removing the Atlanta Falcons from the quarterback sweepstakes, the franchise can sit back and scoop up whatever talent falls their way. In this 2024 NFL Mock Draft, it’s explosive Alabama Crimson Tide pass rusher Dallas Turner, who finally gives the Falcons a dangerous force off the edge. EDGE and cornerback are legitimate considerations here on April 25.

Other players receiving consideration: Terrion Arnold, CB, Alabama; Jared Verse, EDGE, Florida State; Brock Bowers, TE, Georgia; Quinyon Mitchell, CB, Toledo

9) Chicago Bears: Rome Odunze, WR, Washington

Although the Bears added Keenan Allen this offseason, giving probable new quarterback Williams a pass-catching situation enjoyed by few rookies, a wide receiver should be a legitimate consideration with Chicago’s second pick in the first round. Fresh off an exceptionally productive season, Rome Odunze would give the franchise an outlet with incredible ball skills.

Other players receiving consideration: Dallas Turner, EDGE, Alabama

10) New York Jets: Taliese Fuaga, OT, Oregon State

The New York Jets could use an injection of pass-catching talent to weaponize Aaron Rodgers in 2024, with multiple playmakers considered by PFN analysts. However, top-tier receivers are no use if the veteran QB ends Week 1 in the ER again, and finding long-term offensive line help in the form of Oregon State standout Taliese Fuaga is the answer in this 2024 NFL Mock Draft.

Other players receiving consideration: Brock Bowers, TE, Georgia; Rome Odunze, WR, Washington; Olumuyiwa Fashanu, OT, Penn State

11) Minnesota Vikings: J.J. McCarthy, QB, Michigan

After parting ways with Cousins, the Minnesota Vikings are a prime contender to move up and snag a new signal-caller in the 2024 NFL Draft. J.J. McCarthy is the name most commonly linked to the program, mainly due to his status as the “best of the rest” after the consensus top-three passers. He’s a leader with a winning pedigree and alluring traits.

Other players receiving consideration: Jared Verse, EDGE, Florida State; Terrion Arnold, CB, Alabama; Olumuyiwa Fashanu, OT, Penn State; Quinyon Mitchell, CB, Toledo

12) Denver Broncos: Brian Thomas Jr., WR, LSU

A natural landing spot for several fringe first-round quarterbacks in the 2024 NFL Draft based on need, what if the Denver Broncos don’t want to reach for a new passer from the remaining options?  The vast list of players receiving consideration speaks to the holes on the roster, but a receiver like Brian Thomas Jr. would help ignite any offense regardless of who lines up under center.

Other players receiving consideration: Jared Verse, EDGE, Florida State; Bo Nix, QB, Oregon; Johnny Newton, DT, Illinois; Michael Penix Jr., QB, Washington; Amarius Mims, OT, Georgia; Terrion Arnold, CB, Alabama 

13) Las Vegas Raiders: Michael Penix Jr., QB, Washington

The Las Vegas Raiders added Gardner Minshew II this offseason, but that isn’t likely to stop them from pursuing a quarterback if the right one is available in the 2024 NFL Draft. Michael Penix Jr. passed every medical exam that proposed to stand in the way of a first-round ascent, leaving an on-field evaluation that is part experience, part production, and a healthy dose of arm talent.

Other players receiving consideration: JC Latham, OT, Alabama; Terrion Arnold, CB, Alabama; Brock Bowers, TE, Georgia; Taliese Fuaga, OT, Oregon State; Quinyon Mitchell, CB, Toledo

14) New Orleans Saints: Troy Fautanu, OL, Washington

Between aging pieces and younger players that haven’t worked out, the New Orleans Saints find a once-potent offensive line trending toward being a liability. The need to add a new offensive tackle is clear, and Washington warrior Troy Fautanu has dispelled the myth that he’s purely a guard at the NFL level as this draft cycle has progressed. The Saints get a mauler here.

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Other players receiving consideration: Taliese Fuaga, OT, Oregon State; Brock Bowers, TE, Georgia; Dallas Turner, EDGE, Alabama; Olumuyiwa Fashanu, OT, Penn State 

15) Indianapolis Colts: Brock Bowers, TE, Georgia

Take one quarterback with elite arm talent and add arguably one of the greatest tight end prospects to declare for the NFL’s annual selection event, and you have the Indianapolis Colts’ new offense for the 2024 season.

Brock Bowers is a top-five talent playing a bottom-dollar position, giving the Colts an exceptional pass-catching option who isn’t shy about getting involved in the run game.

Other players receiving consideration: Quinyon Mitchell, CB, Toledo; Terrion Arnold, CB, Alabama; Rome Odunze, WR, Washington; Brian Thomas Jr., WR, LSU; Amarius Mims, OT, Georgia

16) Seattle Seahawks: Johnny Newton, DL, Illinois

The Seattle Seahawks have a few positions of need heading into the 2024 NFL Draft, and the range of players considered by PFN analysts demonstrates the number of potential outcomes. However, in his most recent mock, Dallas Robinson perhaps best summarizes why this selection could be the one:

“Seattle could try to fortify any number of positions, but we’ll hit the defensive line by giving the Seahawks Johnny Newton. A big-bodied interior presence at 6’2″ and 304 pounds, Newton could become Macdonald’s next Justin Madubuike.”

Other players receiving consideration: JC Latham, OT, Alabama; Quinyon Mitchell, CB, Toledo; Troy Fautanu, OL, Washington; Graham Barton, OL, Duke; Laiatu Latu, EDGE, UCLA; Jared Verse, EDGE, Florida State

17) Jacksonville Jaguars: Quinyon Mitchell, CB, Toledo

Trevor Lawrence needs help from his wide receiver room, and although the Jacksonville Jaguars added some talent in free agency, don’t rule out a pass catcher as a Round 1 option. However, they also need reinforcements in the secondary, and Toledo Rockets standout Quinyon Mitchell is a ball-hawking cornerback who has terrified opposition QBs in the MAC.

Other players receiving consideration: Brian Thomas Jr., WR, LSU; Amarius Mims, OT, Georgia; Nate Wiggins, CB, Clemson; Chop Robinson, EDGE, Penn State; Rome Odunze, WR, Washington; Terrion Arnold, CB, Alabama 

18) Cincinnati Bengals: JC Latham, OT, Alabama

Despite making some offensive line adjustments in free agency, solidifying Joe Burrow’s protection in both the short and long term should be a key consideration in the 2024 NFL Draft. JC Latham has multi-positional experience, is a powerful force in the passing and run games, and is an absolute behemoth who is difficult to get through or around.

Other players receiving consideration: Troy Fautanu, OL, Washington; Quinyon Mitchell, CB, Toledo; Amarius Mims, OT, Georgia; Johnny Newton, DT, Illinois

19) Los Angeles Rams: Laiatu Latu, EDGE, UCLA

Aaron Donald’s retirement leaves the Los Angeles Rams with a significant hole to fill on the defensive front. You don’t simply plug the gap with a like-for-like player because we all know that player doesn’t exist. They do need a pass-rush presence from somewhere, and UCLA Bruins menace Laiatu Latu might be the very best at getting after the quarterback in this class.

Other players receiving consideration: Chop Robinson, EDGE, Penn State; Olumuyiwa Fashanu, OT, Penn State; Taliese Fuaga, OT, Oregon State; Kool-Aid McKinstry, CB, Alabama; Brian Thomas Jr., WR, LSU

20) Pittsburgh Steelers: Amarius Mims, OT, Georgia

With a former first-round pick in Fields and a former Super Bowl champion in Russell Wilson on the roster, the Pittsburgh Steelers comfortably have the most high-profile QB room in the NFL. Talent and experience mean nothing if you’re lying on your back, and the franchise must get protection in the 2024 NFL Draft. Amarius Mims is an athletic freak whose best football is to come.

Other players receiving consideration: Jackson Powers-Johnson, OL, Oregon; Olumuyiwa Fashanu, OT, Penn State; Nate Wiggins, CB, Clemson; Kool-Aid McKinstry, CB, Alabama; Bo Nix, QB, Oregon

21) Miami Dolphins: Graham Barton, OL, Duke

There’s an argument to be made that the Miami Dolphins need either a starter or depth piece at every single offensive line spot. Luckily for them, Graham Barton exists. A standout left tackle with the Duke Blue Devils, Barton’s powerful profile could see him transition inside at the next level. Players who could conceivably man all five spots on the line are a rare commodity.

Other players receiving consideration: Brian Thomas Jr., WR, LSU; Byron Murphy II, DT, Texas; Kool-Aid McKinstry, CB, Alabama; Jared Verse, EDGE, Florida State; Johnny Newton, DT, Illinois; Amarius Mims, OT, Georgia; Troy Fautanu, OL, Washington

22) Philadelphia Eagles: Nate Wiggins, CB, Clemson

Let’s preface this pick by saying that every PFN analyst is aware of the Philadelphia Eagles’ propensity to avoid certain positions in the first round of the NFL Draft. At some point, however, you have to abandon your principles and do the best thing for the franchise. They need defensive back help. Clemson cornerback Nate Wiggins is a speedy, feisty answer to their problems.

Other players receiving consideration: Byron Murphy II, DT, Texas; Laiatu Latu, EDGE, UCLA; Cooper DeJean, DB, Iowa; Chop Robinson, EDGE, Penn State; Graham Barton, OL, Duke; Tyler Guyton, OT, Oklahoma

23) Minnesota Vikings (from CLE): Byron Murphy II, DT, Texas

Quarterback and defensive tackle are the two most considerable draft needs for the Vikings. Ticking both off without giving up any additional capital would be a major coup, but they managed to achieve that in this 2024 NFL Mock Draft. Byron Murphy II is an explosive pass rusher who has a stout 6’1″, 308-pound frame that can hold up to playing from multiple spots across the DL.

Other players receiving consideration: Johnny Newton, DT, Illinois; Keon Coleman, WR, Florida State; Laiatu Latu, EDGE, UCLA; Cooper DeJean, DB, Iowa

24) Dallas Cowboys: Jackson Powers-Johnson, OC, Oregon

With two prominent members of their offensive line leaving in free agency, the Dallas Cowboys look set to address the position in the first round of the NFL Draft for the second offensive season. Arguably the best center in the class, Jackson Powers-Johnson propelled the Oregon offensive success from the pivot and should be able to do the same in Dallas.

Other players receiving consideration: Graham Barton, OL, Duke; Michael Penix Jr., QB, Washington; Cooper DeJean, DB, Iowa; Tyler Guyton, OT, Oklahoma; Troy Fautanu, OL, Washington; Zach Frazier, OL, West Virginia; Terrion Arnold, CB, Alabama

25) Green Bay Packers: Cooper DeJean, CB, Iowa

Despite the signing of Xavier McKinney in free agency, the Green Bay Packers still have multiple holes to fill in their secondary. Who better to fill those needs than a player who has already proven to be a top-tier college corner but has the potential to morph into an impactful safety in the NFL? Cooper DeJean is an athletic freak with excellent versatility and a very bright future.

Other players receiving consideration: Jackson Powers-Johnson, OL, Oregon; Tyler Guyton, OT, Oklahoma; Kool-Aid McKinstry, CB, Alabama; Quinyon Mitchell, CB, Toledo; Terrion Arnold, CB, Alabama

26) Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Jared Verse, EDGE, Florida State

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers stay in the state of Florida to land their pass-rush replacement for Shaq Barrett. Jared Verse was a monster at Albany before showcasing his top-tier ability at the highest level of college football with Florida State. A powerful force with eye-popping athleticism, Verse is set to continue his upward trajectory as one of the best pass-rushers in the nation.

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Other players receiving consideration: Kool-Aid McKinstry, CB, Alabama; Quinyon Mitchell, CB, Toledo; Chop Robinson, EDGE, Penn State; Troy Fautanu, OL, Washington; JC Latham, OT, Alabama

27) Arizona Cardinals (from HOU): Terrion Arnold, CB, Alabama

Terrion Arnold has been in the CB1 discussion throughout the 2024 NFL Draft cycle, and if the Cardinals could land a playmaker of his talent with the 27th overall pick, it would go down as one of the steals of the draft. Lockdown corner is an often overused phrase but not in the case of the Crimson Tide prospect; Arnold instantly upgrades the Arizona defense.

Other players receiving consideration: Laiatu Latu, EDGE, UCLA; Jordan Morgan, OT, Arizona; Darius Robinson, DL, Missouri; Xavier Worthy, WR, Texas; Nate Wiggins, CB, Clemson; Jackson Powers-Johnson, OL, Oregon; Kool-Aid McKinstry, CB, Alabama; Quinyon Mitchell, CB, Toledo

28) Buffalo Bills: Xavier Worthy, WR, Texas

Except for one selection of Clemson cornerback Wiggins, the PFN staff were in agreement that wide receiver is the way the Buffalo Bills should turn when they’re on the clock. With Stefon Diggs headed to Houston, the need is apparent. With a plethora of options in a deep pass-catching class, Xavier Worthy gives Josh Allen a ludicrous deep threat with record-breaking speed.

Other players receiving consideration: Adonai Mitchell, WR, Texas; Brian Thomas Jr., WR, LSU; Nate Wiggins, CB, Clemson; Xavier Legette, WR, South Carolina 

29) Detroit Lions: Chop Robinson, EDGE, Penn State

In the heart of Big Ten country, it feels fitting that this 2024 NFL Mock Draft pairs one of the most outstanding pass rushers from the conference with the one who set a different standard for getting after the quarterback on a cold November Saturday. Aidan Hutchinson and Chop Robinson would give opposing offenses the most terrifying tandem they’d face all year.

Other players receiving consideration: Darius Robinson, DL, Missouri; Michael Penix Jr., QB, Washington; Tyler Guyton, OT, Oklahoma; Cooper DeJean, DB, Iowa; Kool-Aid McKinstry, CB, Alabama

30) Baltimore Ravens: Adonai Mitchell, WR, Texas

The Baltimore Ravens gave Lamar Jackson a first-round receiver a year ago, and he repaid them by winning the NFL’s MVP Award. Next stop, a Super Bowl? Adonai Mitchell is a different type of pass catcher to Zay Flowers, and his ability to break ankles with eye-popping route running and reliability in the red zone could be the final piece of the puzzle in Baltimore.

Other players receiving consideration: Kool-Aid McKinstry, CB, Alabama; Jackson Powers-Johnson, OL, Oregon; Amarius Mims, OT, Georgia; Chop Robinson, EDGE, Penn State; Tyler Guyton, OT, Oklahoma; Xavier Worthy, WR, Texas; Kris Jenkins, DT, Michigan

31) San Francisco 49ers: Tyler Guyton, OT, Oklahoma

For a team coming off a Super Bowl appearance, the San Francisco 49ers have a surprising number of holes to fill, and the positional spread of players receiving consideration from PFN analysts is wide. That said, offensive tackle has been a popular pick for the 49ers in mock drafts, and Tyler Guyton brings an athletic savagery and development potential to San Francisco.

Other players receiving consideration: Ladd McConkey, WR, Georgia; Byron Murphy II, DT, Texas; Darius Robinson, EDGE, Missouri; Xavier Worthy, WR, Texas; Keon Coleman, WR, Florida State; Tyler Nubin, S, Minnesota; Kingsley Suamataia, OT, BYU

32) Kansas City Chiefs: Kingsley Suamataia, OT, BYU

With the unfolding Rashee Rice situation at the forefront of attention, wide receiver is a logical selection for the Kansas City Chiefs to round out Day 1 of the 2024 NFL Draft. However, offensive tackle looms as an equally large need, and they fill that hole here with BYU’s Kingsley Suamataia — an explosive and powerful OT with the ability to drive people out of the game.

Other players receiving consideration: Troy Fautanu, OL, Washington; Tyler Nubin, S, Minnesota; Ladd McConkey, WR, Georgia; Tyler Guyton, OT, Oklahoma; Nate Wiggins, CB, Clemson; Jordan Morgan, OT, Arizona

Round 2

The following picks have been determined using the Pro Football Network Mock Draft Simulator to round out a full 257-pick draft.

33) Carolina Panthers: Kool-Aid McKinstry, CB, Alabama

The Panthers would have a few options here, with WR, C, and CB all among their major needs. Kool-Aid McKinstry or Ladd McConkey could easily be the selection here and you would not bat an eyelid. Grabbing a long CB who has so much explosiveness makes a lot of sense to start Day 2.

34) New England Patriots: Jordan Morgan, OL, Arizona

It absolutely makes sense for the Patriots to get someone to protect their new quarterbacks. You could easily make the case for any of the available WRs or CBs here as well, but there is still plenty of talent left in the WR pool. Elite offensive linemen are often harder to find, so getting Jordan Morgan is a smart addition.

35) Arizona Cardinals: Christian Haynes, OG, UConn

With WR and CB already addressed, getting more protection for Kyler Murray will be a Day 2 priority for the Cardinals. Christian Haynes is right up there among the top options at the position in this draft, so getting him with their third pick is a solid addition. He should be able to slot in at his more natural position of guard.

36) Washington Commanders: Darius Robinson, EDGE, Missouri

After addressing the QB position, there are several ways the Commanders could have gone here. Darius Robinson allows them to stock up on what was once their biggest strength: the defensive line. With Chase Young now gone, getting a replacement into that pass-rush rotation is smart. While he doesn’t have Young-level upside, Robinson could be a regular disruptor of opposing pass games.

37) Los Angeles Chargers: Ruke Orhorhoro, DT, Clemson

Cornerback or offensive line arguably makes more sense here from a strict need perspective, but the value at all three positions is pretty similar.

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Ruke Orhorhoro is the best DT available here and is an extremely versatile player who can be part of multiple fronts. That versatility on this defense is a very desirable trait to have.

38) Tennessee Titans: Zach Frazier, OC, West Virginia

The Titans added Lloyd Cushenberry III, but he is far from a permanent answer at center. Zach Frazier will be able to push him for a starting role this year and offers a potential long-term partner for Will Levis. Is it a sexy move? No, but it makes enough sense not to raise eyebrows.

39) Carolina Panthers (from NYG): Trey Benson, RB, Florida State

The Panthers need more skill position talent, and while you might expect a WR here, an RB also makes sense. Trey Benson could challenge Chuba Hubbard and Miles Sanders to be a Week 1 starter, and you love getting that level of talent on Day 2. Benson as a lead back, with Hubbard or Sanders in a pass-catcher role is enticing.

40) Washington Commanders (from CHI): Tyler Nubin, S, Minnesota

More defensive reinforcements for the Commanders, and Tyler Nubin is the perfect value here. It may not feel like a need for the Commanders, but when you add more defensive backs, you give yourself more options to confuse opposing offenses in coverage. Adding Nubin does exactly that, and he is a very smart football player, even if he does lack high-end athleticism.

41) Green Bay Packers (from NYJ): Kamren Kinchens, S, Miami (FL)

The Packers are going all in on their defensive backfield here, and it will give them a very intimidating look. DeJean, Jaire Alexander, Kamren Kinchens, and McKinney is a fantastic group, with Eric Stokes and Keisean Nixon offering depth. The potential in this group is mouth-watering if the draft plays out like this for Green Bay.

42) Houston Texans (from MIN): Cooper Beebe, OG, Kansas State

The potential for Cooper Beebe to play multiple positions makes him a valuable addition, especially with a young QB behind that offensive line. Guard may not scream as a need, but Beebe once had a Day 1 discussion, so this feels like a solid value to get a player who could help at multiple spots in 2024.

43) Atlanta Falcons: Adisa Isaac, EDGE, Penn State

After grabbing Turner in the first round, getting another EDGE may seem odd for the Falcons. However, their depth chart at the position is far from convincing, and Adisa Isaac is a fine value here. A CB or a WR might have made more sense just from spreading their talent, but they desperately need multiple difference-makers in their pass rush.

44) Las Vegas Raiders: Max Melton, CB, Rutgers

The Raiders have now ticked off two of their biggest needs, with Max Melton solving the CB issue. With questionable value at OT here, passing and getting a solid CB option who could be a starter early in his career is a smart play. If Melton can add strength without compromising his athletic ability, he will be a very good addition indeed.

45) New Orleans Saints (from DEN): T’Vondre Sweat, DT, Texas

The off-field troubles make T’Vondre Sweat a tough player to judge. The talent is undeniable, but the range of outcomes is really wide. The Saints certainly have the need on their defensive line, and they could get a really talented player if they feel the risk is worth the reward.

46) Indianapolis Colts: T.J. Tampa, CB, Iowa State

The selection of Bowers in the first round may have been a little bit of a luxury selection, but this selection of T.J. Tampa addresses a major need. The value here is solid, and Tampa could have a major role to play as a rookie. There are a few areas in which he needs to develop, but it would not be a major surprise to see him start Week 1.

47) New York Giants (from SEA): Bo Nix, QB, Oregon

The Giants have a major question mark at QB, and Bo Nix provides them with immediate competition for Daniel Jones. You can question whether this would be the high-upside move, but Jones was a swing for the fences while Nix feels a little more conventional. The value here is solid, and Nix has plenty of traits to like, but it feels like a middling upgrade over Jones at best.

48) Jacksonville Jaguars: Ladd McConkey, WR, Georgia

The departure of Calvin Ridley will have hurt, but McConkey may actually be a better complement to this offense in 2024. Christian Kirk and Zay Jones are a nice 1-2 punch, and McConkey can feed off that to be a difference-maker for Trevor Lawrence. This offense would not miss a beat with this selection.

49) Cincinnati Bengals: Leonard Taylor III, DT, Miami (FL)

In Round 1, the Bengals address the OT spot, and now in Round 2, they get Leonard Taylor III to anchor their defensive line.

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Taylor gives them a potentially solid contributor who has a lot of different tools in his game. The best player available at the position of biggest need makes this a logical selection.

50) Philadelphia Eagles (from NO): Keon Coleman, WR, Florida State

This makes all the sense in the world for the Philadelphia Eagles to add an explosive playmaker in Keon Coleman. Putting Coleman in three-WR sets with A.J. Brown and DeVonta Smith would be an immediate upgrade on what they already have. Safety or linebacker could have been in play here, but this is hard to pass up.

51) Pittsburgh Steelers: Ennis Rakestraw Jr., CB, Missouri

The Steelers look set on the surface for starting corners, but there are major concerns in terms of depth. An injury to Joey Porter Jr. or Donte Jackson would leave them looking very thin. Ennis Rakestraw Jr. could be the solution there. They would not want him starting too early in the year, but he could develop into an option later in the season.

52) Los Angeles Rams: Edgerrin Cooper, LB, Texas A&M

A new LB option to go with a new pass rusher instantly reforms this Rams defense. Edgerrin Cooper is such an explosive athlete who can wow you at times on tap, and his closing speed is mouth-watering. The power is lacking, but in coverage, he could be a useful option for the Rams in 2024 and beyond.

53) Philadelphia Eagles: Chris Braswell, EDGE, Alabama

Remember when the Eagles’ pass rush used to terrify you? Yeah, those days seem to have gone, at least off the EDGE. Chris Braswell is a player who adds explosion to a pass rush that is lacking it lately. With a focus on the interior of the line, he could be a fantastic weapon off the outside.

54) Cleveland Browns: Patrick Paul, OT, Houston

The Cleveland Browns might be disappointed to see Taylor go to their division rivals, but Patrick Paul is not a consolation prize they will be upset with. While DT is arguably the top need, another option on that offensive line is certainly needed, and Paul is that. He has no shortage of power, and combining that with his length gives him a fantastic upside.

55) Miami Dolphins: Caelen Carson, CB, Wake Forest

The Dolphins’ main focus will be on the offensive line, but adding more depth at CB is important. We saw last year how they struggled for depth in their defensive backfield, and Caelen Carson improves that. This is not a pick that will excite Dolphins fans, but it is a savvy addition.

56) Dallas Cowboys: Xavier Legette, WR, South Carolina

The departure of Michael Gallup leaves a hole in the Cowboys’ WR options. With a drop-off in talent at offensive tackle at this point, getting Dak Prescott a new weapon is never a bad idea. He still needs some development, but the raw skills are there for Xavier Legette to be a nice complement to CeeDee Lamb in this Cowboys offense.

57) Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Kamari Lassiter, CB, Georgia

The pass rush has been addressed, so now the back end of the defense gets to be the focus. Kamari Lassiter shouldn’t be pressed into action as a rookie, but he could quickly make himself the primary backup at CB. The Buccaneers have provided themselves on good defensive back play, so having depth there is key.

58) Green Bay Packers: Payton Wilson, LB, NC State

It is hard not to love the starting duo of Quay Walker and Isaiah McDuffie for Green Bay, but after that, there are question marks. Payton Wilson could be a fantastic complement to this defense in coverage but could also get picked on in the run game a little. If he can establish himself, he will give the Packers the ability to play with three linebackers regularly.

59) Houston Texans: Braden Fiske, DT, Florida State

The Texans have played this smart, passing over the DT spot when there was questionable value and then grabbing Braden Fiske in the second round. This is a huge need, and Fiske can be an immediate contributor. Addressing both sides of the trenches in the second round set the Texans up nicely.

60) Buffalo Bills: Bralen Trice, EDGE, Washington

With only two picks in the first two days, the Bills cannot afford to waste any selections. Safety must be a real consideration here with Jordan Poyer and Micah Hyde gone. However, they need to get better at the pass rush position after the Von Miller signing failed. Bralen Trice feels like a higher-upside swing than any of the defensive back options available here.

61) Detroit Lions: Jalen McMillan, WR, Washington

The Lions have one of the best WRs in the league in Amon-Ra St. Brown, but after that, there are question marks.

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Jalen McMillan will give the Lions another solid route-runner who could operate nicely in the holes created by St. Brown and Jameson Williams. His ability after getting the ball in his hands would make him very dangerous in this offense.

62) Baltimore Ravens: Javon Bullard, S, Georgia

The Ravens have needs at a couple of positions here, and after addressing WR, you could see them going several ways. Javon Bullard offers them an option at safety who can be a solid presence while also making some plays. This pick makes a lot of sense in this spot for Baltimore.

63) San Francisco 49ers: Troy Franklin, WR, Oregon

More speed and more athleticism on the San Francisco offense is terrifying. Troy Franklin feeding off Brandon Aiyuk and Deebo Samuel is a nice thought for 2024, and it offers the 49ers an insurance plan if Aiyuk leaves in the near future. There is a lot that Kyle Shanahan could do with Franklin as a rookie.

64) Kansas City Chiefs: Cedric Gray, LB, North Carolina

It is hard not to wish this was instead a wide receiver that we could all get excited about, especially with the concerns around Rice’s future. The Chiefs have a knack for finding contributors at LB, and Cedric Gray would likely serve as the backup initially before having a chance to start in either his second or third year.

Round 3

65) Carolina Panthers: Malachi Corley, WR, Western Kentucky

The Panthers desperately need a WR, and it would not shock anyone to see them trade this pick and jump up into Round 2 to get “their guy.” Malachi Corley could well be that guy, but he feels more like a Round 3 player. He lacks the high-end athleticism that gets you excited about wide receivers, but he would be a solid complement in this offense.

66) Arizona Cardinals: Trevin Wallace, LB, Kentucky

While linebacker may not be a primary need for the Cardinals, it is a position where depth of talent is important. Trevin Wallace may not start as a rookie, but he will add much-needed depth and has desirable coverage skills.

67) Washington Commanders: Roman Wilson, WR, Michigan

Quarterback, sorted; defense, sorted; now, it is time to get Maye another weapon. Roman Wilson, Terry McLaurin, and Jahan Dotson are a very enticing trio. Wilson would likely serve as the third WR initially but could push Dotson for a starting role. Alternatively, he is a long-term plan if McLaurin ends up elsewhere in the next 12-24 months.

68) New England Patriots: Ja’Lynn Polk, WR, Washington

New England adds a weapon for Daniels in Round 3. Ja’Lynn Polk has shown reliable hands throughout his college career, which is exactly what you want to give your rookie QB. With the relatively weak level of the Patriots’ receiving group, Polk could be starting early in 2024.

69) Los Angeles Chargers: Beau Brade, S, Maryland

Beau Brade gives the Chargers some options on their back end. It could allow them to get even more creative with Derwin James or use Brade in a hybrid way. It may not be immediately, but this addition opens a lot of doors for L.A.

70) New York Giants: Jonathon Brooks, RB, Texas

This just makes a ton of sense for the Giants to add Jonathon Brooks with Saquon Barkley having left. Devin Singletary is a stop-gap, but Brooks could be the future in this offense. It is a perfect fit and a solid choice to fill it. It is so obvious that it has to happen, right?

71) Arizona Cardinals (from TEN): Kris Jenkins, DT, Michigan

The Cardinals may have passed up on DT last time around, but this time, they plug what is arguably their second-biggest need. Kris Jenkins is an athletic player at the position and comes from a program that has experienced plenty of success. He would be a very useful piece on this defensive line.

72) New York Jets: Brandon Dorlus, EDGE, Oregon

The Jets have not had much luck with their pass rush recently, a surprise given its consideration as a calling card of Robert Saleh.

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Using their second pick to address that position is a perfect fit. Brandon Dorlus can instantly enter the rotation and develop into a bigger role throughout the year.

73) Detroit Lions (from MIN): Mike Sainristil, CB, Michigan

Cornerback is arguably the second-biggest need for the Lions. There is a lot to like about Mike Sainristil‘s game but the margin for error with him is very small, much like he looks on the field. Opposing teams are not going to be scared to go at him, so he will need to be technically sound or will struggle to see playing time.

74) Atlanta Falcons: Junior Colson, LB, Michigan

While linebacker might not be considered a major need for the Falcons, there is a chance a Day 2 pick could earn a starting spot in 2024. Junior Colson has some development to do at the NFL level but has the talent to push for a role in this defense this season.

75) Chicago Bears: Sedrick Van Pran-Granger, OC, Georgia

Drafting Sedrick Van Pran-Granger continues the overhaul of the Bears’ offense and gives Williams a center he can develop with over the coming years. EDGE would have been the other consideration here, but with no slam-dunk options at the position on the board, this is the smart move for Chicago.

76) Denver Broncos: Calen Bullock, S, USC

The combination of Brandon Jones and Caden Sterns is an intriguing mix, but there is definitely room for someone to break into a starting role at safety in 2024. Calen Bullock is a lovely athlete to watch in full flow but does have some play strength concerns that he needs to develop if he wants to start.

77) Las Vegas Raiders: Ben Sinnott, TE, Kansas State

The idea of Ben Sinnott and Michael Mayer working together for the Raiders is intriguing. Is it a major need? No, but we know how good having a pair of tight ends can be for young QBs. Whether it is Aidan O’Connell or Penix, this will be a bonus for them to have two big weapons in the middle who offer versatility.

78) Washington Commanders (from SEA): Andru Phillips, CB, Kentucky

Another defensive back is always a good thing to have, and Andru Phillips is a solid value addition here. He could start if needed but would benefit from a little more development before being pushed into a regular role. This landing spot should be good for that, but this is a fairly major need, so one injury could see him starting Week 1.

79) Atlanta Falcons (from JAX): Ricky Pearsall, WR, Florida

While the Falcons added both Darnell Mooney and Rondale Moore this offseason, they are far from set at WR. Those two additions meant they did not have to reach, and it allowed a talented player in Ricky Pearsall to fall into their lap. Pearsall is a perfect candidate to come in, play a role from time to time, and be ready to step in later in the season.

80) Cincinnati Bengals: Marshawn Kneeland, EDGE, Western Michigan

Sam Hubbard and Trey Hendrickson are getting long in the tooth now, and if both were to depart in the next couple of years, the Bengals’ pass rush would feel short on options. This may not seem like a need now, but Marshawn Kneeland is a pick that makes sense with an eye to the future.

81) Seattle Seahawks (from NO): Christian Mahogany, OG, Boston College

The Seahawks have finally arrived, and after waiting 81 picks, a guard feels a little anti-climactic. However, it is one of their bigger needs, and the value fits. Christian Mahogany is far more than a consolation prize, but after waiting two days, it may not be the pick that gets Seahawks fans salivating.

82) Indianapolis Colts: Johnny Wilson, WR, Florida State

The Colts desperately need more talent and depth at WR. Adding Bowers earlier helps, and now Johnny Wilson adds another dimension. He is a dominating-looking player in stature, and putting him next to Bowers will scare many defensive backs.

83) Los Angeles Rams: Kris Abrams-Draine, CB, Missouri

The defensive rebuild continues with a cornerback addition. Not a potential Week 1 contributor like the other two, Kris Abrams-Draine is more of a depth addition. However, a good training camp could help him stake a claim with the right skill development.

84) Pittsburgh Steelers: Will Shipley, RB, Clemson

Questions will start to be asked about the future of Najee Harris, so adding some depth late on Day 2 at the RB position is smart. Will Shipley is very experienced and an impressive athlete who could slot straight into a role for the Steelers if needed.

85) Cleveland Browns: James Williams, LB, Miami (FL)

This selection of James Williams in the third round is extremely solid. He can be useful in the run game and is more than adequate in coverage. He needs some development, but there is a path to being a regular starter, especially if he can work on those coverage skills.

86) Houston Texans (from PHI): Roger Rosengarten, OT, Washington

More offensive line support is never a bad thing when you have a young QB, and Roger Rosengarten is a potential fill-in starter for the Texans. We see how quickly seasons can collapse with OT injuries, and adding this depth gives the Texans protection against that. Another option here would be to grab a CB if there is enough value to be found.

87) Dallas Cowboys: D.J. James, CB, Auburn

Grabbing a cornerback doesn’t scream out as a major need for the Cowboys, but it is a position where depth is vital. D.J. James is a nice value here and will give the Cowboys someone with a solid technique to offer depth at CB.

88) Green Bay Packers: Blake Fisher, OT, Notre Dame

The Packers’ OL has gone from being a strength to a major concern in a few years. They have a solid starting group inside, but the tackle position certainly needs help. Blake Fisher has a chance to push to be a starter or at the very least the primary backup at tackle.

89) Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Blake Corum, RB, Michigan

The breakout of Rachaad White was nice to see, but it left something to be desired. Blake Corum would make a wonderful 1-2 punch with him and could even steal the job. A talented individual who knows how to find the end zone is a solid late Day 2 option.

90) Arizona Cardinals (from HOU): Renardo Green, CB, Florida State

You can never have too many CBs on your roster, so grabbing Renardo Green as a second CB option in this draft is smart. This is the sixth pick of the Cardinals’ draft, so while going for two CBs in three rounds may feel odd on the surface, the number of picks they have in the top 100 allows them to take somewhat of a luxury pick.

91) Green Bay Packers (from BUF): Dominick Puni, OL, Kansas

Depth across the entire OL is a concern for the Packers, so adding two offensive linemen in four picks is a smart move. Bolstering that OL will help Jordan Love take the next step, and Dominick Puni could potentially start at any position on the line in a pinch.

92) Tampa Bay Buccaneers (from DET): Devontez Walker, WR, North Carolina

The Buccaneers have never found that third complement for Mike Evans and Chris Godwin, so they swing again with Devontez Walker. Ultimately, they want someone who can replace either of their two aging stars, but a late Day 2 pick might not be the way to find that player.

93) Baltimore Ravens: Austin Booker, EDGE, Kansas

Austin Booker could have gone much earlier if he had a bit more mass on his frame entering the draft. The Ravens will want to build him up, and when they do, they could have a real force on their hands. The processing and knowledge are all there, so add the power and we could be looking at a low-key star.

94) San Francisco 49ers: Cole Bishop, S, Utah

Cole Bishop is unlikely to be pushed into a major role too early, but he very well could be the primary backup at the position in 2024 for the 49ers. Depth at safety is a concern, and his addition addresses that immediately.

95) Kansas City Chiefs: Kiran Amegadjie, OT, Yale

A smart offensive lineman feels like the perfect fit for Andy Reid and the Chiefs. Kiran Amegadjie will learn in one of the best systems in the league and could ultimately step in as a starter down the line. It might not be until Year 2 or 3, but the fit makes a lot of sense.

96) Jacksonville Jaguars: Kalen King, CB, Penn State

The biggest need on this team is CB; therefore, addressing it twice in the first three rounds is smart. Kalen King will be more of a depth addition most likely, but he is a solid enough option to be worth double-dipping in the first two days.

97) Cincinnati Bengals: Delmar Glaze, OT, Maryland

It never hurts to add more tackle experience, and with no names standing out at WR or CB here, this selection makes sense. If they feel one of their other tackles, or Delmar Glaze himself, could kick inside to guard, we could see the Maryland product starting games this year if there are injury issues.

98) Pittsburgh Steelers (from PHI): Brandon Coleman, OL, TCU

Depth on the OL is always good, so there is no second-guessing this decision. Brandon Coleman is not likely to be a starter as a rookie but could be useful if pressed into action through injury.

99) Los Angeles Rams: MarShawn Lloyd, RB, USC

We saw flashes at RB for the Los Angeles Rams in 2023, and MarShawn Lloyd gives them another weapon.

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This is an exciting addition from a depth perspective, but it shouldn’t challenge Kyren Williams for a starting role.

100) Washington Commanders (from SF): Ja’Tavion Sanders, TE, Texas

Rounding out Round 3 is a tight end for the Commanders. Ja’Tavion Sanders would be learning from one of the best in Zach Ertz and will have the chance to develop his game. The raw talent is there, and if Ertz and the Commanders can refine it, this could be a steal we discuss in future years.

Round 4

101) Carolina Panthers
Spencer Rattler, QB, South Carolina

102) Seattle Seahawks (from WAS)
Jeremiah Trotter Jr., LB, Clemson

103) New England Patriots
DeWayne Carter, DT, Duke

104) Arizona Cardinals
Michael Hall Jr., DT, Ohio State

105) Los Angeles Chargers (from CHI)
Dadrion Taylor-Demerson, S, Texas Tech

106) Tennessee Titans
Bucky Irving, RB, Oregon

107) New York Giants
Javon Baker, WR, UCF

108) Minnesota Vikings
Malik Washington, WR, Virginia

109) Atlanta Falcons
Josh Newton, CB, TCU

110) Los Angeles Chargers
Jamari Thrash, WR, Louisville

111) New York Jets
Jaden Hicks, S, Washington State

112) Las Vegas Raiders
Cade Stover, TE, Ohio State

113) Baltimore Ravens (from DEN)
Maason Smith, DT, LSU

114) Jacksonville Jaguars
McKinnley Jackson, DT, Texas A&M

115) Cincinnati Bengals
Jermaine Burton, WR, Alabama

116) Jacksonville Jaguars (from NO)
Chau Smith-Wade, CB, Washington State

117) Indianapolis Colts
Malik Mustapha, S, Wake Forest

118) Seattle Seahawks
Ty’Ron Hopper, LB, Missouri

119) Pittsburgh Steelers
Tanor Bortolini, OC, Wisconsin

120) Philadelphia Eagles (from PIT)
Audric Estimé, RB, Notre Dame

121) Denver Broncos (from MIA)
Michael Pratt, QB, Tulane

122) Chicago Bears (from CHI)
Jordan Travis, QB, Florida State

123) Houston Texans (from CLE)
Jalyx Hunt, EDGE, Houston Christian

124) San Francisco 49ers (from DAL)
Khyree Jackson, CB, Oregon

125) Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Jarrian Jones, CB, Florida State

126) Green Bay Packers
Tykee Smith, S, Georgia

127) Houston Texans
Elijah Jones, CB, Boston College

128) Buffalo Bills
Brenden Rice, WR, USC

129) Minnesota Vikings (from DET)
Cedric Johnson, EDGE, Ole Miss

130) Baltimore Ravens
Mekhi Wingo, DT, LSU

131) Kansas City Chiefs
Layden Robinson, OG, Texas A&M

132) San Francisco 49ers
Javon Solomon, EDGE, Troy

133) Buffalo Bills
Jaheim Bell, TE, Florida State

134) New York Jets (from BAL)
Jaylan Ford, LB, Texas

135) San Francisco 49ers
Cam Hart, CB, Notre Dame

Round 5

136) Denver Broncos (from CAR)
Tyrice Knight, LB, UTEP

137) New England Patriots
Luke McCaffrey, WR, Rice

138) Arizona Cardinals
Jaylen Wright, RB, Tennessee

139) Washington Commanders
Javon Foster, OT, Missouri

140) Los Angeles Chargers
Dylan Laube, RB, New Hampshire

141) Carolina Panthers (from NYG)
Hunter Nourzad, OC, Penn State

142) Carolina Panthers (from TEN)
Braelon Allen, RB, Wisconsin

143) Atlanta Falcons
Jalen Coker, WR, Holy Cross

144) Buffalo Bills (from CHI)
Jacob Cowing, WR, Arizona

145) Denver Broncos (from NYJ)
Johnny Dixon, CB, Penn State

146) Tennessee Titans (from MIN)
Mason McCormick, OL, South Dakota State

147) Denver Broncos
Tyler Davis, DT, Clemson

148) Las Vegas Raiders
Keith Randolph Jr., DT, Illinois

149) Cincinnati Bengals
Matt Goncalves, OT, Pittsburgh

150) New Orleans Saints
Jared Wiley, TE, TCU

151) Indianapolis Colts
M.J. Devonshire, CB, Pittsburgh

152) Washington Commanders (from SEA)
Beaux Limmer, OC, Arkansas

153) Jacksonville Jaguars
Garret Greenfield, OT, South Dakota State

154) Los Angeles Rams
Aaron Casey, LB, Indiana

155) Los Angeles Rams (from PIT)
Jonah Elliss, EDGE, Utah

156) Cleveland Browns (from PHI)
Daequan Hardy, CB, Penn State

157) Minnesota Vikings (from CLE)
Jarvis Brownlee Jr., CB, Louisville

158) Miami Dolphins
Zak Zinter, OG, Michigan

159) Kansas City Chiefs (from DAL)
Theo Johnson, TE, Penn State

160) Buffalo Bills (from GB)
Kitan Oladapo, S, Oregon State

161) Philadelphia Eagles (from TB)
Jarius Monroe, CB, Tulane

162) Arizona Cardinals (from HOU)
Justin Eboigbe, DT, Alabama

163) Buffalo Bills
Jowon Briggs, DT, Cincinnati

164) Detroit Lions
LaDarius Henderson, OL, Michigan

165) Baltimore Ravens
Tahj Washington, WR, USC

166) New York Giants (from CAR)
Isaiah Davis, RB, South Dakota State

167) Minnesota Vikings (from KC)
Gabe Hall, DT, Baylor

168) New Orleans Saints
Isaiah Adams, OG, Illinois

169) Green Bay Packers
Jordan Jefferson, DT, LSU

170) New Orleans Saints
Javion Cohen, OG, Miami (FL)

171) Philadelphia Eagles
Ray Davis, RB, Kentucky

172) Philadelphia Eagles
Erick All, TE, Iowa

173) Kansas City Chiefs
Christian Jones, OT, Texas

174) Dallas Cowboys
Tommy Eichenberg, LB, Ohio State

175) New Orleans Saints
Mohamed Kamara, EDGE, Colorado State

176) San Francisco 49ers
Zion Tupuola-Fetui, EDGE, Washington

Round 6

177) Minnesota Vikings (from CAR)
Xavier Thomas, EDGE, Clemson

178) Pittsburgh Steelers (from ARI)
Curtis Jacobs, LB, Penn State

179) Seattle Seahawks (from WAS)
Khristian Boyd, DT, Northern Iowa

180) New England Patriots
Blake Watson, RB, Memphis

181) Los Angeles Chargers
Jordan Whittington, WR, Texas

182) Tennessee Titans
Isaac Guerendo, RB, Louisville

183) New York Giants
Tip Reiman, TE, Illinois

184) Miami Dolphins (from CHI)
Myles Harden, CB, South Dakota

185) New York Jets
Evan Williams, S, Oregon

186) Arizona Cardinals (from MIN)
Ryan Flournoy, WR, SE Missouri State

187) Atlanta Falcons
Jaylon Carlies, S, Missouri

188) Houston Texans (from LV)
Tyrone Tracy Jr., RB, Purdue

189) Houston Texans (from DEN)
Marist Liufau, LB, Notre Dame

190) New Orleans Saints
George Holani, RB, Boise State

191) Indianapolis Colts
Decamerion Richardson, CB, Mississippi State

192) Seattle Seahawks
Omar Speights, LB, LSU

193) New England Patriots (from JAX)
Joe Milton III, QB, Tennessee

194) Cincinnati Bengals
Caedan Wallace, OT, Penn State

195) Pittsburgh Steelers
Jha’Quan Jackson, WR, Tulane

196) Los Angeles Rams
Deantre Prince, CB, Ole Miss

197) Atlanta Falcons (from CLE)
Dylan McMahon, OC, NC State

198) Miami Dolphins
Tarheeb Still, CB, Maryland

199) New Orleans Saints (from PHI)
A.J. Barner, TE, Michigan

200) Buffalo Bills (from DAL)
Cornelius Johnson, WR, Michigan

201) Detroit Lions (from TB)
Sione Vaki, RB, Utah

202) Green Bay Packers
Nathan Thomas, OT, Louisiana

203) Denver Broncos (from HOU)
Dallin Holker, TE, Colorado State

204) Buffalo Bills
Kenny Logan Jr., S, Kansas

205) Detroit Lions
Brennan Jackson, EDGE, Washington State

206) Cleveland Browns (from BAL)
Nehemiah Pritchett, CB, Auburn

207) Denver Broncos (from SF)
Jay Stanley, S, Southern Miss

208) Las Vegas Raiders (from KC)
Charles Turner, OC, LSU

209) Los Angeles Rams
Thomas Harper, S, Notre Dame

210) Philadelphia Eagles
Josh Proctor, S, Ohio State

211) San Francisco 49ers
Trey Taylor, S, Air Force

212) Jacksonville Jaguars
Ja’quan Sheppard, CB, Maryland

213) Los Angeles Rams
Tanner McLachlan, TE, Arizona

214) Cincinnati Bengals
Jackson Mitchell, LB, UConn

215) San Francisco 49ers
Carlton Johnson, CB, Fresno State

216) Dallas Cowboys
Kingsley Eguakun, OC, Florida

217) Los Angeles Rams
Edefuan Ulofoshio, LB, Washington

218) Baltimore Ravens (from NYJ)
Sataoa Laumea, OL, Utah

219) Green Bay Packers
Myles Cole, EDGE, Texas Tech

220) Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Logan Lee, DT, Iowa

Round 7

221) Kansas City Chiefs (from CAR)
Ainias Smith, WR, Texas A&M

222) Washington Commanders
McCallan Castles, TE, Tennessee

223) Las Vegas Raiders (from NE)
Brevyn Spann-Ford, TE, Minnesota

224) Cincinnati Bengals (from ARI)
Patrick McMorris, S, California

225) Los Angeles Chargers
Drake Nugent, OC, Michigan

226) Arizona Cardinals (from NYG)
Joshua Cephus, WR, UTSA

227) Cleveland Browns (from TEN)
Luke Reimer, LB, Nebraska

228) Baltimore Ravens (from NYJ)
Isaiah Williams, WR, Illinois

229) Las Vegas Raiders (from MIN)
Dillon Johnson, RB, Washington

230) Minnesota Vikings (from ATL)
Ryan Watts, CB, Texas

231) New England Patriots (from CHI)
Willie Drew, CB, Virginia State

232) Minnesota Vikings (from DEN)
Mark Perry, S, TCU

233) Dallas Cowboys (from LV)
Nathaniel Watson, LB, Mississippi State

234) Indianapolis Colts
Jamree Kromah, DT, James Madison

235) Seattle Seahawks
Dominique Hampton, S, Washington

236) Jacksonville Jaguars
Tylan Grable, OT, UCF

237) Cincinnati Bengals
Micah Abraham, CB, Marshall

238) Houston Texans (from NO)
Kyle Hergel, OG, Boston College

239) New Orleans Saints (from LAR)
Carson Steele, RB, UCLA

240) Carolina Panthers (from PIT)
Eric Watts, EDGE, UConn

241) Miami Dolphins
Austin Reed, QB, Western Kentucky

242) Tennessee Titans (from PHI)
Sundiata Anderson, EDGE, Grambling State

243) Cleveland Browns
Isaac Rex, TE, BYU

244) Dallas Cowboys
Jaden Crumedy, DT, Mississippi State

245) Green Bay Packers
Prince Pines, OG, Tulane

246) Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Al Blades Jr., CB, Duke

247) Houston Texans
Emani Bailey, RB, TCU

248) Buffalo Bills
Kimani Vidal, RB, Troy

249) Detroit Lions
Rasheen Ali, RB, Marshall

250) Baltimore Ravens
Nelson Ceaser, EDGE, Houston

251) San Francisco 49ers
Quinton Newsome, CB, Nebraska

252) Tennessee Titans (from KC)
Demani Richardson, S, Texas A&M

253) Los Angeles Chargers
Josh DeBerry, CB, Texas A&M

254) Los Angeles Rams
Marcellas Dial, CB, South Carolina

255) Green Bay Packers
Easton Gibbs, LB, Wyoming

256) New York Jets
Carter Bradley, QB, South Alabama

257) New York Jets
Darius Muasau, LB, UCLA

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