Sixth & Seventh Round

Round 6

#181) Cincinnati Bengals: Khaleke Hudson, LB, Michigan

#182) Denver Broncos: JaMycal Hasty, RB, Baylor

#183) Detroit Lions: Jauan Jennings, WR, Tennessee

#184) New York Giants: Jared Mayden, S, Alabama

#185) Carolina Panthers: Reggie Floyd, S, Virginia Tech

#186) Miami Dolphins: Josiah Deguara, TE, Cincinnati

#187) Los Angeles Chargers: Jonathan Garvin, EDGE, Miami

#188) Cleveland Browns: Mike Danna, EDGE, Michigan

#189) Buffalo Bills: James Proche, WR, SMU

The Bills give Josh Allen another quality receiver here. Proche could turn out to be a gem, as he is an electrifying playmaker.

#190) Jacksonville Jaguars: Steven Montez, QB, Colorado

#191) Philadelphia Eagles: Cam Brown, LB, Penn State

#192) New York Jets: Quintez Cephus, WR, Wisconsin

#193) Green Bay Packers: Rodney Clemons, S, SMU

#194) Indianapolis Colts: Jake Breeland, TE, Oregon

#195) Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Tyre Phillips, OT, Mississippi State

#196) New England Patriots: Jeremy Chinn, S, Southern Illinois

The Patriots love drafting defensive backs, and Chinn could be an eventual replacement for the teams’ unsung hero Patrick Chung.

#197) Chicago Bears: Tommy Kraemer, OL, Notre Dame

#198) Miami Dolphins: Tremayne Anchrum, OL, Clemson

#199) Pittsburgh Steelers: Stanford Samuels, CB, Florida State

#200) Los Angeles Rams: JR Reed, S, Georgia

#201) Chicago Bears: Antonio Gandy-Golden, WR, Liberty

#202) Buffalo Bills: Tipa Galeai, EDGE, Utah State

#203) Arizona Cardinals: Salvon Ahmed, RB, Washington

#204) New Orleans Saints: Alohi Gilman, S, Notre Dame

#205) New England Patriots: Robert Windsor, DT, Penn State

#206) Minnesota Vikings: James Morgan, QB, FIU

James Morgan possesses a legit NFL arm and could develop into a top backup quarterback in the NFL. The Vikings roster is loaded with talent, and Kirk Cousins hasn’t been able to get them over the hump.

#207) Jacksonville Jaguars: Cheyenne O’Grady, TE, Arkansas

#208) Buffalo Bills: Benito Jones, DT, Mississippi

#209) Tennessee Titans: John Hightower, WR, Boise State

#210) Green Bay Packers: Essang Bassey, CB, Wake Forest

#211) San Francisco 49ers: Kendrick Rogers, WR, Texas A&M

#212) Indianapolis Colts: McTelvin Agim, DT, Arkansas

*#213) New England Patriots: Charlie Tuamoepeau, TE, Portland State

*#214) New England Patriots: Javaris Davis, CB, Auburn

*#215) Seattle Seahawks: Mitchell Wilcox, TE, South Florida

Round Seven

#216) Cincinnati Bengals: James Pierre, CB, Florida Atlantic

#217) Washington Redskins: Terence Steele, OT, Texas Tech

#218) San Francisco 49ers: Tyler Clark, DT, Georgia

#219) New York Giants: Keith Ishmael, OL, SDSU

#220) Minnesota Vikings: Calvin Throckmorton, OL, Oregon

I’ve seen mock drafts with Calvin Throckmorton being a day two selection, but I just don’t see it. With that said, I am confident he could develop into a quality utility offensive lineman.

#221) Los Angeles Chargers: Justin Strnad, LB, Wake Forest

#222) Carolina Panthers: Trevis Gipson, EDGE, Tulsa

#223) Arizona Cardinals: Devin Asiasi, TE, UCLA

#224) Jacksonville Jaguars: Oluwole Betiku, EDGE, Illinois

#225) Green Bay Packers: Aaron Fuller, WR, Washington

#226) New York Jets: Harrison Hand, CB, Temple

#227) Las Vegas Raiders: Mohamed Barry, LB, Nebraska

#228) Indianapolis Colts: James Smith-Williams, EDGE, North Carolina State

#229) Atlanta Falcons: Justin Herron, OL, Wake Forest

The Falcons spent high draft picks on their offensive line in 2019, yet the unit was still a disaster. Even as a seventh-round pick, Herron could see playing time early in Atlanta.

#230) Washington Redskins: Jalen Elliott, S, Notre Dame

#231) New England Patriots: Kendall Coleman, EDGE, Syracuse

#232) Dallas Cowboys: Robert Landers, DT, Ohio State

#233) Pittsburgh Steelers: Kalija Lipscomb, WR, Vanderbilt

#234) Chicago Bears: Shyheim Carter, S, Alabama

#235) Los Angeles Rams: Colton McKivitz, OL, West Virginia

#236) New England Patriots: Levonta Taylor, CB, Florida State

#237) Tennessee Titans: Jake Luton, QB, Oklahoma State

#238) Denver Broncos: Shaun Bradley, LB, Temple

#239) New York Giants: Darrynton Evans, RB, Appalachian State

#240) Minnesota Vikings: AJ Dillon, RB, Boston College

AJ Dillon was one of the most productive runners in college football history. However, he lacks the speed to be as dominant in the NFL. With that said, he runs with a good blend of power and balance, which could lead to him being a very productive goal-line back.

#241) Houston Texans: Jordan Fuller, S, Ohio State

#242) Seattle Seahawks: Julian Rochester, DT, Georgia

#243) Green Bay Packers: David Reese, LB, Florida

#244) Tennessee Titans: Carter Coughlin, EDGE, Minnesota

#245) Cleveland Browns: Kamal Martin, LB, Minnesota

#246) San Francisco 49ers: Michael Onwenu, OL, Michigan

#247) Miami Dolphins: Carlos Davis, DT, Nebraska

*#248) New York Giants: Kyle Murphy, OL, Rhode Island

*#249) Houston Texans: Omar Bayless, WR, Arkansas State

*#250) Houston Texans: Kyle Markway, TE, South Carolina

*#251) Miami Dolphins: Michael Ojemudia, CB, Iowa

*#252) Denver Broncos: Shea Patterson, QB, Michigan

*#253) Minnesota Vikings: DeMarcus Acy, CB, Missouri

*#254) Minnesota Vikings: Michael Divinity, LB, LSU

*#255) Denver Broncos: Jon Runyan Jr., OT, Michigan

*#256) New York Giants: Myles Dorn, S, UNC

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5 COMMENTS

  1. @RC they are going receiver in the 1st round they were terrible In that dept and even though Ruggs was the 2nd & 3rd receiver he was a top 5 receiver in the NCAA. Alabama’s receiving Corp was that good. They are targeting WR’s in this draft and the secondary and I wouldn’t be surprised at all if they used multiple picks on both. Their lines are pretty deep especially with the injuries last season so I see them definitely targeting Ruggs 3, Higgins or Shenault in the 1st round. My favorite is Jeudy but most likely they cant get high enough to get him and he doesn’t drop very far. I believe they move into the 12-14 range in the draft to get their guy.

  2. Eagles aren’t trading all that away for a skinny receiver. They value linemen. I think they would over pay Anderson in free agency and/ or maneuver for one of Hamler, Aiyuk, Reagor, Hightower before making such a dumb move. Ruggs was third WR on Alabama.

  3. dolphins need too much if the stand pat and get tua great if not there going to be just as bad or worse in 2020 so they can have field
    or lawrance

  4. The Lions will get more then one additional pick to move back. The trade value chart means nothing anymore its all about who wants it more and there are at least three teams that will want the 3rd overall pick and they will give up multiple picks to do it. The Dolphins have already offered up two of there first round picks and a third round pick according to reports. Finally the Lions will not pick a RB until the fourth if at all they like there group they have right now and they have said they need more help on the DL CB and OL.

  5. I was all with you until I got to the browns second pick for round 3. You still have it as the Texans. The browns got that pick for Duke Johnson.

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