Collinelli’s 2019 Mock Draft 4.0

We are in the endgame now. The draft is just hours away so it is the perfect time for me to make my final predictions for the first four rounds of the draft. Making mock drafts is not something that I love because one trade can blow the entire mock draft apart. I was thinking about doing trades in this mock but that just makes things way too complicated. Plus, there probably won’t be more than three trades in the first round.

This mock is going to be predictive of what I think will happen not what I would do. Some players that have been falling recently because of injuries are Montez Sweat and Rashan Gary. Also, Seattle shook up the draft be acquiring the 29th pick from Kansas City which changes things pretty drastically.

As always if you have any questions or comments hit me up on twitter @DanteCollinelli. Let me know what you think of your teams haul; I love talking ball on the internet.

 

 

Round One 

Number 1: Arizona Cardinals

Selection: Kyler Murray, QB/ Oklahoma

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There has been some talk this past week that Murray won’t go number one overall on Thursday. All of the people that I trust in this business say that nothing has changed and that Murray will be the first overall selection. Murray would come in and replace last years first round pick Josh Rosen and be a perfect fit for new head coach Kliff Kingsbury offense. Murray isn’t my QB 1 but he does possess a lot of elite traits to be a franchise changing player at the next level. I am secretly hoping this pick isn’t Murray because that makes things way more fun.

 

Number 2: San Francisco 49ers

Selection: Nick Bosa, Edge/ Ohio State

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Nick Bosa

This might be the obvious pick in the entire draft for a number of reasons. The first one being that Bosa is the best player available and fills the 49ers biggest need by far. I know the 49ers have invested a lot on first-round defensive linemen, but they haven’t hit yet on a dominant edge rusher. Bosa is one of the most technically polished players to come out of the draft in the last number of years. Bosa is going to be a productive player in any scheme the 49ers cook up for this season.

 

Number 3: New York Jets

Selection: Quinnen Williams, DT/ Alabama

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Quinnen Williams

I considered three different players in this spot but I can’t see the Jets passing on a talent like Williams. The Jets are where the draft truly starts in my eyes because not only do they have a lot of options if they stay at pick three, but they are also a prime trade up partner. The Jets have a lot of needs, and while Williams doesn’t check one of those boxes, he’s an elite talent that will make the team instantly better. If I was doing trades then I would predict one here so I’ll give a few teams to keep an eye on Washington, Giants, Cincinnati, and the Raiders are all options.

 

Number 4: Oakland Raiders

Selection: Devin White, LB/ LSU

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Devin White

The Raiders are one of the toughest teams to get a handle on because they have been linked to just about every player in the top 10. The buzz right now is that they like Dwayne Haskins, however, I ain’t buying that right now. I believe that the Raiders will take either Devin White or Quinnin Williams depending on who the Jets take. White comes into Oakland and gives them their best linebacker in at least the last five years. He’s one of the fastest players in the class including all the skill positions, so he brings a different dynamic than their current set of linebackers.

 

Number 5: Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Selection: Josh Allen, Edge/ Kentucky

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Josh Allen

Allen was widely viewed as a top three pick for most of the season so the Buccaneers get a good value here. I think Tampa would prefer to have either Devin White or Quinnin Williams here but Allen is an elite prospect at a position of need. Pairing him with Jason Pierre-Paul would make for a dynamic pass rush that Tampa hasn’t had in a long time. Head coach Bruce Arians said in a press conference that Tampa wouldn’t trade down because there are five elite prospects that can be at pick 5. Allen is one of those players if you ask me.

 

Number 6: New York Giants

Selection: Dwayne Haskins, QB/ Ohio State

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Dwayne Haskins

The Giants are yet another team that is very difficult to get a handle on just hours before the draft. Hell, Gettleman said “We didn’t sign Odell Beckham to trade him” and then proceed to trade him. The noise coming out of the Giants have been that they are sticking with Eli Manning next season but I am not buying it. Haskins fits the Giants offense perfectly under head coach Pat Shurmur. Despite what Gettleman says Manning isn’t good anymore and the Giants need to find his replacement quickly. This isn’t a joke but I considered about seven different players in this spot. In the end, I sided with the pick I didn’t think the Giants would make because they always do the opposite of what I think.

 

Number 7: Jacksonville Jaguars

Selection: TJ Hockenson, TE, Iowa

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TJ Hockenson

This pick just makes too much sense for me to pass up here. Tight ends typically don’t get taken this high but Hockenson is one of the best tight end prospects in recent years. The plan in Jacksonville is to surround Nick Foles with the same things that made him successful in Philadelphia. The Eagles strong tight end play was a big part of that success and Jacksonville’s tight end depth chart is sad. Hockenson is one of the best blockers in this class and is a plus athlete making him the perfect scheme fit for the Jaguars ground and pound attack.

 

Number 8: Detroit Lions

Selection: Ed Oliver, DT/ Houston

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Ed Oliver

Oliver would join an already crowded defensive front in Detroit but his value is too good to pass up here. Detroit is a tough team to draft for because they addressed a number of needs in free agency and Bob Quinn (their GM) has made some weird picks over the years. Olive fits the type for the trench dominant team they are trying to become under head coach Matt Patricia. Oliver can play in multiple schemes and play pretty much every position along the line. Detroit will find some way to get him on the field.

 

Number 9: Buffalo Bills

Selection: Jonah Williams, OT/IOL/ Alabama

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Jonah Williams

The Bills have invested a lot of money into their offensive line in free agency, but yet, they still have holes to fill. Williams can play any of the five starting spots along the line which would give Buffalo an opportunity to have their five best players on the field at all times. He fits the new Buffalo model which is a high character player from a big name school in the first round. If you are gonna draft Josh Allen to play quarterback then your top priority needs to be making sure he can stand upright in the pocket at all times. Jonah Williams gives you the best versatility among the available options.

 

Number 10: Denver Broncos

Selection: Devin Bush, LB/ Michigan

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Devin Bush

Throughout the entire draft process, I have firmly believed that Denver would be all over Drew Lock. Over the past couple of weeks, I’ve become less confident in that because I think Elway believes in Joe Flacco. Devin Bush fills a huge need in the middle of the defense and helps the team win now. He gets sideline to sideline very quickly and will bring a mean streak to a defense that has to deal with Patrick Mahomes, Philip Rivers, and Derrick Carr twice a year.

 

Number 11: Cincinnati Bengals

Selection: Drew Lock, QB/ Missouri

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Drew Lock

Some people have Drew Lock falling way farther than this, but I just can’t see the NFL letting a prototype QB like Lock fall too far. The Bengals brought in former Sean McVay assistant Zac Taylor who is known to be a “quarterback whisperer”. You’re trying to tell me that he is gonna stick with Andy Dalton and not invest in Lock’s upside? I really believe the Bengals will end up with either Haskins or Lock via trade up or having one fall down the board to them. If Lock and is Haskins is gone then I expect Devin Bush to be the pick here.

 

Number 12: Green Bay Packers

Selection: Brian Burns, Edge/ Florida State

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Brian Burns

Look, I know the Packers have spent a lot of money on the edge rusher position in free agency which means they might not think its a need come tonight. I think there are two reasons that might make them consider Burns here at 12. First, all of the edge players on the current roster are power rushers. Burns would provide a much-needed infusion of speed to their pass rush. Second, you can never have enough good pass rushers in a day where quarterbacks are the focal point of the league. Burns might see some limited reps as he tries to bulk up his small frame but he helps this team now and in the future.

 

Number 13: Miami Dolphins

Selection: Jawaan Taylor, OT/ Florida

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Jawaan Taylor

This would be a dream selection for me as a Dolphins fan at 13 if the board fell this way. It’s common knowledge that the Dolphins want to trade back into the first round but I just don’t see any partners that aren’t Seattle or Houston. If the Dolphins stay here they have to address the loss of Juwaan James in free agency to the Denver Broncos. Taylor has great pass sets and is powerful in the running game. He’s the prototype right tackle that Brian Flores will love. Miami has a long list of needs and needs to check off the premium ones early.

 

Number 14: Atlanta Falcons

Selection: Christian Wilkins, DT/ Clemson

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Here are some things I know about the Atlanta Falcons current group of decision makers. They love defensive linemen, they love high character players, and they have a need at the interior D-line spot. Christian Wilkins fits all of that criteria and is a fantastic player to go with it. I considered Montez Sweat here but the Falcons like Vic Beasley more than draft twitter does. Grady Jarrett is on the franchise tag so not only is the spot next to him open but his spot could be open next season. Wilkins fills a need now and into the future giving the Falcons great value here at 14.

 

Number 15: Washington Redskins

Selection: Daniel Jones, QB/ Duke

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Daniel Jones

I am convinced that Washington will come away with one of the top three quarterbacks via trade or if one falls to them. There is no way they will go into camp with just Case Keenum and Colt McCoy at quarterback right? I know Daniel Jones is the punchline of a lot of jokes in the draft community but the reality is that the NFL likes him more than we do on Twitter. Jones would fit nicely into Jay Gruden’s offensive scheme comprised of mostly short passes. There is a chance Jones goes at six and Haskins (or Lock if Haskins goes at 11) is the pick here but Washington needs a new signal caller.

 

Number 16: Carolina Panthers

Selection: Montez Sweat, Edge/ Mississippi State

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Montez Sweat

Sweat took a mini slide because there have been some teams who have failed his medicals. The Panthers can strike at that opportunity by getting a consensus top 10 pick at pick 16 that also fills their biggest need. The Panthers have gotten no pass rush the past couple of seasons and Sweat should provide immediate impact as power rusher off the edge. His work in the run game is fantastic as well so he should be a three-down player at the next level giving the Panthers even more value here. It’s a small risk but one worth taking for a team with one of the worst pass rushes in the league.

 

Number 17: New York Giants

Selection: DK Metcalf, WR/ Ole Miss

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DK Metcalf

The Giants traded Odell Beckham Jr for this pick so taking his “replacement” here makes a lot of sense. The Giants are currently rolling with Sterling Shepard and Golden Tate at receiver. Those players aren’t bad but they practically serve the same purpose. Metcalf would give them a legit threat down the field and in jump ball situations. The new Giants offense core now has Haskins, Metcalf, Barkley, Ingram, Shephard, and Tate. That’s not a bad group of mostly young players to work with moving forward.

 

Number 18: Minnesota Vikings

Selection: Cody Ford, OT/IOL/ Oklahoma

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Cody Ford

The Vikings have needs at both the guard spot and at offensive tackle. Cody Ford projects as a guard at the next level but his tape at right tackle is pretty good so he could fill either role for the Vikings. Minnesota has a lot of money tied up in Kurt Cousins so getting him cheap reliable protection has to be a priority for them in this draft. Ford is a great run blocker so it will make sense with the Vikings spending the offseason telling anyone that will listen that they want to run the ball more in 2019.

 

Number 19: Tennessee Titans

Selection: Garrett Bradbury, IOL/ NC State

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This might be the most pivotal year in recent Titans memory when it’s all said and done. It’s time to decide if Marcus Mariota is a franchise quarterback or not. That can be hard to do when he’s hurt all the time, so protecting him needs to be high on the Titans list for the offseason. Bradbury is a fantastic zone scheme player and one of the best space movers in the IOL class. The Titans would have to shuffle around their current offensive line a bit to fit Bradbury in but he would make them better instantly.

 

Number 20: Pittsburgh Steelers

Selection: Rock Ya-Sin, CB/ Temple

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Rock Ya-Sin

Some of you may look at this pick and call me a homer for taking a reach on a player from Temple in the first round. I don’t have Ya-Sin rated this high on my personal board (he’s number 39) so it’s not me banging the table for him. What kind of players, specifically corners, do the Steelers love? Man to man physical press corners who are long and somewhat athletic. Ya-Sin checks all of those boxes in spades. There is a chance that after Artie Burns the Steelers move away from that prototype and take a more unconventional route here. I’m betting on history when it comes to this pick.  

 

Number 21: Seattle Seahawks

Selection: Clelin Ferrell, Edge/ Clemson

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Clelin Ferrell

The Seahawks shook up the entire draft when they traded Frank Clark to the Kansas City Chiefs for pick 29, on Tuesday. That left a gaping hole at the edge position for the Seahawks which needs to be filled right away. Ferrell is a high floor and high character player who can come in and give you 7-12 sacks every year. He’s got the toughness that Seattle loves in their players as well as the high football IQ they typically value. Don’t be shocked if they package 21 and 29 to move up in the first round. In a draft without trades, Ferrell makes a lot of sense for them here.

 

Number 22: Baltimore Ravens

Selection: Marquise Brown, WR/ Oklahoma

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Marquise “Hollywood” Brown

At first glance, this probably looks like a questionable pick for a Ravens team working with Lamar Jackson at quarterback. Brown dominated using shallow crossing routes in college which is where Lamar Jackson is most accurate. It’s easy to say that you need big receivers when dealing with an inaccurate quarterback but guys who can get open easily and track the ball down the field can be valuable. Brown also adds an element to the Ravens offense that is different from there ground and pound style. People whom I trust have said Brown will go somewhere in round one, and I believe them.

 

Number 23: Houston Texans

Selection: Andre Dillard, OT/ Washington State

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Andre Dillard

The Texans had an interesting plan this past season which was “let’s try to kill Deshaun Watson and still make the playoffs”. Surprisingly, they pulled it off perfectly Deshaun Watson was the most sacked quarterback in the league and they made the playoffs. Houston would be wise not to repeat this formula for next season. Dillard is the best pass blocker in the draft class and his elite movement skills would pair perfectly with a mobile quarterback like Watson. This is a perfect value and fit for the Texans if they don’t move up.

 

Number 24: Oakland Raiders

Selection: Noah Fant, TE/ Iowa

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Noah Fant

Not gonna lie, I had a really hard time fitting Noah Fant into the first round of this mock draft. I had him at two different spots before settling on him here to the Raiders. Oakland desperately needs offensive weapons outside of the receiver position. Fant can be an elite pass-catching chess piece that Gruden can move around the formation as he pleases. With Fant, the Raiders would be giving Derrick Carr a supporting cast including Fant, Antonio Brown, and Tyrell Williams. That is one explosive group of pass catchers moving forward. If Carr isn’t the guy at quarterback then it will be easy to see after this season. 

 

Number 25: Philadelphia Eagles

Selection: Rashan Gary, DT/Edge/ Michigan

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Rashan Gary

I know this might be an unpopular pick for Eagles fans but it’s the most “Eagles” pick I could think of. Gary is a long, athletic, and versatile defensive linemen. Tell me that isn’t something the Eagles would value. Gary was considered a top 10 talent coming into the season but didn’t produce well at Michigan and was banged up with injuries which lead to his fall. The Eagles are getting older upfront so Gary gives them a young high upside option on both the edge and the interior.

 

Number 26: Indianapolis Colts

Selection: Chauncey Gardner-Johnson, S/ Florida

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The Colts took a huge jump last season because of the performance of their rookie class which included to All-Pro selections. Gardner-Johnson brings a high level of versatility to one of the teams weaker units. The Colts have Maliek Hooker roaming the field as a free safety already but need someone who can match up with skill position players. Gardner-Johnson provides that with his ability to play in the slot and handle some tight ends on the outside. Johnson will give the Colts even more range on the backend with his speed and body control in the air. Chris Ballard has a proven track record of success as a GM and Gardner-Johnson would continue that trend.

 

Number 27: Oakland Raiders

Selection: Josh Jacobs, RB/ Alabama

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Josh Jacobs

This is probably the most obvious pick to make in any 2019 mock draft so I won’t spend a lot of time on it. The Raiders have no running backs on the roster right now with the departure of Marshawn Lynch. Jacobs is about as close to Marshawn Lynch as you are going to get in this draft class. With this pick and my selection of Noah Fant at 24, the Raiders suddenly have one of the better offenses in football. Jacobs is tone setter as a running back which I’m sure Jon Gruden will love.

 

Number 28: LA Chargers

Selection: Hakeem Butler, WR/ Iowa State

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Full disclosure, I don’t like Hakeem Butler much at all he’s got a third round grade on my board. The NFL is much higher on Butler than I am so he’s gonna go here to the Chargers. Butler would be the replacement for Tyrell Williams who went to the Raiders. Butler is a contested catch machine and has some really impressive flash plays down the field. The Charges are in a win-now mode so adding more weapons will be on the table in every round of the draft, especially, when the best tackle prospects are off the board.

 

Number 29: Seattle Seahawks

Selection: Greedy Williams, CB/ LSU

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Greedy Williams

Look, I have no idea where Greddy Williams is gonna go tonight but I think either of the Seattle picks is a good spot. Williams is a perfect fit for the Seahawks scheme as a long-press man corner. The only knock on Williams is that is effort is less than ideal in both the running game and the passing game at times. Where the corners come off the board will be one of the more interesting parts of the first night.

 

Number 30: Green Bay Packers

Selection: Nasir Adderley, S/ Delaware

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Nasir Adderley

At number 12, I took Brain Burns for the Packers which was more of a luxury pick than a need. Adderley fills a need and is a good value here at pick 30. Adderley would add a playmaker on the backend of the Packers defense that needs to create more turnovers in 2019. He can also add value as a punt and kick returner which could lead to a couple of splash plays throughout the season. It may scare some people that Adderley comes from Delaware but he’s got all the athletic traits to compete with the big boys.

 

Number 31: LA Rams

Selection: Byron Murphy, CB/ Washington

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Byron Murphy

In my opinion, Byron Murphy is the best corner in this draft class so him falling to the Rams is a huge break for them. The reason Murphy falls this far is that he’s a smaller zone corner which doesn’t fit a lot of team’s schemes. The Rams schemes are a little more versatile, so I think they would be more open to Murphy. The Rams struggled to defend the pass last season and their current corners aren’t getting any younger. Murphy would be the steal of the draft if he were to fall this far.

 

Number 32: New England Patriots

Selection: AJ Brown, WR/ Ole Miss

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AJ Brown

If the Patriots make this pick I’ll be shocked because I think they will either move up or out of the first round. They have 12 picks in this draft class which means they will at least move some of their picks. Brown strikes me as the perfect Patriots receiver given that he can play in both the slot and on the outside. Brown is a great route runner and has reliable hands which are two things almost every Patriots receiver have. New England is a true wild card this year because of their surplus of picks, long list of needs, and there factoring in their normal philosophy.

 

Round 2

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Taylor Rapp

Number 33: Arizona Cardinals: Dalton Risner, IOL/OT, Kansas State

Number 34: Indianapolis Colts: Jerry Tillery, DT, Notre Dame

Number 35: Oakland Raiders: Deandre Baker, CB, Georgia

Number 36: San Francisco 49ers: N’Keal Harry, WR, Arizona State

Number 37: New York Giants: Chase Winovich, Edge, Michigan

Number 38: Jacksonville Jaguars: Greg Little, OT, Ole Miss

Number 39: Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Lonnie Johnson Jr, CB, Kentucky

Number 40: Buffalo Bills: Jeffery Simmons, DT, Mississippi State

Number 41: Denver Broncos: Erick McCoy, IOL, Texas A@M

Number 42: Cincinnati Bengals: Chris Lindstrom, IOL, Boston College

Number 43: Detroit Lions: Amani Oruwariye, CB, Penn State

Number 44: Green Bay Packers: Irv Smith Jr, TE, Alabama

Number 45: Atlanta Falcons: Justin Layne, CB, Michigan State

Number 46: Washington Redskins: Parris Campbell, WR, Ohio State

Number 47: Carolina Panthers: Jonathan Abram, S, Mississippi State

Number 48: Miami Dolphins: Charles Omenihu, DT/ Edge, Texas

Number 49: Cleveland Browns: Taylor Rapp, S, Washington

Number 50: Minnesota Vikings: Dexter Lawrence, DT, Clemson

Number 51: Tennessee Titans: Deebo Samuel, WR, South Carolina

Number 52: Pittsburgh Steelers: Mack Wilson, LB, Alabama

Number 53: Philadelphia Eagles: Juan Thornhill, S, Virginia

Number 54: Houston Texans: Elgton Jenkins, IOL, Mississippi State

Number 55: Houston Texans: Sean Bunting, CB, Central Michigan

Number 56: New England Patriots: LJ Collier, Edge, TCU

Number 57: Philadelphia Eagles: Yodny Cajuste, OT, West Virginia

Number 58: Dallas Cowboys: Deionte Thompson, S, Alabama

Number 59: Indianapolis Colts: Kelvin Harmon, WR, NC State

Number 60: LA Chargers: Tytus Howard, OT, Alabama State

Number 61: Kansas City Chiefs: Julian Love, CB, Notre Dame

Number 62: New Orleans Saints: Emmanuel Hall, WR, Missouri

Number 63: Kansas City Chiefs: Miles Sanders, RB, Penn State

Number 64: New England Patriots: Dawson Knox, TE, Ole Miss

Round 3

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Number 65: Arizona Cardinals: Michael Dieter, IOL/OT, Wisconsin

Number 66: Pittsburgh Steelers: Terry Mclaurin, WR, Ohio State

Number 67: San Francisco 49ers: Trayvon Mullen, CB, Clemson

Number 68: New York Jets: Ben Bagnou, Edge, TCU

Number 69: Jacksonville Jaguars: Jachai Polite, Edge, Florida

Number 70: Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Darnell Savage, S, Maryland

Number 71: Denver Broncos: Jace Sternberger, TE, Texas A@M

Number 72: Cincinnati Bengals: Kaleb McGary, OT, Washington

Number 73: New England Patriots: Khalen Saunders, DT, Western Illinois

Number 74: Buffalo Bills: Christian Miller, Edge, Alabama

Number 75: Green Bay Packers: Andy Isabella, WR, UMass

Number 76: Washington Redskins: Dru Samia, IOL, Oklahoma

Number 77: Carolina Panthers: David Edwards, OT, Wisconsin

Number 78: Miami Dolphins: David Long, CB, Michigan

Number 79: Atlanta Falcons: Jaylon Ferguson, Edge, LA Tech

Number 80: Cleveland Browns: Dre’Mont Jones, IDL, Ohio State

Number 81: Minnesota Vikings: JJ Arcega-Whiteside, WR, Stanford

Number 82: Tennessee Titans: Zach Allen, Edge, Boston College

Number 83: Pittsburgh Steelers: Dax Raymond, TE, Utah State

Number 84: Kansas City Chiefs: Amani Hooker, S, Iowa

Number 85: Baltimore Ravens: Blake Cashman, LB, Minnesota

Number 86: Houston Texans: Renell Wren, DT, Arizona State

Number 87: Chicago Bears: Joejuan Williams, CB, Vanderbilt

Number 88: Detroit Lions: Kahale Warring, TE, SDSU

Number 89: Indianapolis Colts: Isaiah Johnson, CB, Houston

Number 90: Dallas Cowboys: Riley Ridley, WR, Georgia

Number 91: LA Chargers: Jamel Dean, CB, Auburn

Number 92: Seattle Seahawks: Ben Powers, IOL, Oklahoma

Number 93: New York Jets: Connor McGovern, IOL, Penn State

Number 94: LA Rams: Darnell Henderson, RB, Memphis

Number 95: New York Giants: Drue Tranquill, LB, Notre Dame

Number 96: Washington Redskins: D’andre Walker, Edge, Georgia

Number 97: New England Patriots: Will Grier, QB, West Virginia

Number 98: Jacksonville Jaguars: Tyree Jackson, QB, Buffalo

Number 99: LA Rams: Vosean Joseph, LB, Florida

Number 100: Carolina Panthers: Mecole Hardman, WR, Georgia

Number 101: New England Patriots: Bobby Okereke, LB, Stanford

Number 102: Baltimore Ravens: Oshane Ximines, Edge, Old Dominion

Round 4

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Jarrett Stidham

Number 103: Arizona Cardinals: Trysten Hill, DT, UCF

Number 104: San Francisco 49ers: Jaquan Johnson, S, Miami

Number 105: New York Jets: Bobby Evans, OT, Oklahoma

Number 106: Oakland Raiders: Maxx Crosby, Edge, Eastern Michigan

Number 107: Tampa Bay Buccaneers: David Montgomery, RB, Iowa State

Number 108: New York Giants: Dennis Daley, OT, South Carolina

Number 109: Jacksonville Jaguars: Damien Harris, RB, Alabama

Number 110: Cincinnati Bengals: Joe Giles-Harris, LB, Duke

Number 111: Detroit Lions: Anthony Nelson, Edge, Iowa

Number 112: Buffalo Bills: Myles Boykin, WR, Notre Dame

Number 113: Baltimore Ravens: Justice Hill, RB, Oklahoma

Number 114: Green Bay Packers: Sione Takitaki, LB, BYU

Number 115: Carolina Panthers: Gerald Willis, DT, Miami

Number 116: Miami Dolphins: Daniel Wise, DT, Kansas

Number 117: Atlanta Falcons: Chuma Edoga, OT, USC

Number 118: Green Bay Packers: Max Scharping, OT, Northern Illinois

Number 119: Cleveland Browns: Mike Jackson, CB, Miami

Number 120: Minnesota Vikings: Josh Oliver, TE, San Jose State

Number 121: Tennessee Titans: Dylan Mack, DT, Texas A@M

Number 122: Pittsburgh Steelers: Marquise Blair, S, Utah

Number 123: Baltimore Ravens: Antoine Wesley, WR, Texas A@M  

Number 124: Seattle Seahawks: Dillon Mitchell, WR, Oregon

Number 125: Denver Broncos: Jarrett Stidham, QB, Auburn

Number 126: Chicago Bears: Ugochukwu Amadi, S, Oregon

Number 127: Philadelphia Eagles: Devin Singletary, RB, FAU

Number 128: Dallas Cowboys: Alize Mack, TE, Notre Dame

Number 129: Indianapolis Colts: Joe Jackson, Edge, Miami

Number 130: LA Chargers: Dontavius Russell, DT, Auburn

Number 131: Buffalo Bills: Rodney Anderson, RB, Oklahoma

Number 132: New York Giants: Beau Benzschawel, IOL, Wisconsin

Number 133: LA Rams: Nate Davis, IOL, UNC-Charlotte

Number 134: New England Patriots: Cory Ballentine, CB, Washburn

Number 135: Indianapolis Colts: Damarkus Lodge, WR, Ole Miss

Number 136: Dallas Cowboys: Kingsley Keke, IDL, Texas A@M

Number 137: Atlanta Falcons: Trayveon Williams, RB, Texas A@M

Number 138: Philadelphia Eagles: Ross Pierschbacher, IOL, Alabama

 

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