After doing my first ever mock draft(s) back in 2014 and then trying again the following season I took last year off. I was recovering from surgery and just had too much occupying my mind. But we’re back baby!! I’m doing something a little different this time, a decision that is contrary to what typically defines me as a fan. My fantasy football buddies know that I love to tinker. Wheelin’ & dealin’ is a huge part of the fun for me. However, in putting together this mock draft I’ve decided not to do any imaginary trades. The only trades reflected here are the ones that have already been made in reality. I expect that there will be some deals done during the actual draft, but eliminating such speculation here concurrently simplifies the process while challenging my inner nature. The pool of prospects is deep this time so we’re doing a three round mock. My methodology is a hybrid of what I believe is likely to happen mixed with my own take on what teams should actually do. As always I have no inside knowledge about salary cap issues, contract negotiations, & what players may or may not do or where they may go in the future. The NFL Draft is educated randomness, but I’ll be darned if it’s not a lot of fun.
1 Cleveland Browns
Myles Garrett – DE – Texas A&M
No one believes that there’s a quarterback in this draft worth the #1 overall pick, and the Browns are understandably a little gun shy given their poor quarterback track record in the past couple of decades. Ideally they’d trade out of this spot, but usually the only teams looking to move up this far are looking for a franchise signal caller, and that’s not going to happen. So Cleveland is likely to utilize the “best player available” strategy, and Garrett is the clear cut best player in the draft, a guy I’ve seen compared to recently retired Broncos LB/DE Demarcus Ware. If Garrett really is that good he’s certainly worth the top choice.
2 San Francisco 49ers
Reuben Foster – LB – Alabama
Don’t be surprised if ‘Frisco trades down out of this spot. I think it’s still too early for a quarterback, and even if they do draft one at some point it’s likely that Brian Hoyer or Matt Barkley will be starting most of the 2017 season. Better to address other needs with this choice, and Foster is a safe pick.
3 Chicago Bears
Malik Hooker – S – Ohio St.
Jay Cutler isn’t going to be behind center in Chicago this season. That job will be held by Mike Glennon, formerly of the Buccaneers. He’s probably not a long term solution, but he is good enough for the Bears not to reach for a quarterback with this selection. Wide receiver Alshon Jeffrey has bolted for Philadelphia, but with Eddie Royal, free agent arrivals Kendall Wright & Markus Wheaton, and 2015 first round pick Kevin White (finally healthy after two different leg injuries) receiver isn’t a need. Hooker is an immediate upgrade at safety.
4 Jacksonville Jaguars
Jonathan Allen – DT – Alabama
Calais Campbell was signed away from the Cardinals in free agency, and I think this addition would make the Jags’ defensive line quite formidable.
5 Tennessee Titans (from LA Rams)
Corey Davis – WR – Western Michigan
Tennessee has this pick as a result of a trade wherein the Rams moved up to the #1 overall slot to pick QB Jared Goff in 2016. Quarterback Marcus Mariota doesn’t have a top notch receiver to throw to on the current roster, so Davis seems like a logical choice.
6 New York Jets
Haason Reddick – LB – Temple
The Jets have whiffed on quarterbacks Geno Smith and…probably…Christian Hackenburg & Bryce Petty, although the jury is still out on those two. Josh McNown is the likely starter in 2017. The question is…is that okay?? Might they still sign a free agent signal caller or make a trade?? Either way, they should be about as hesitant as the Browns to roll the dice this early on a quarterback. Signing Morris Claiborne away from the Cowboys probably negates the need to choose a cornerback in this spot. Reddick has been steadily moving up most draft boards, and he fulfills a need.
7 Los Angeles Chargers
Mike Williams – WR – Clemson
It still seems odd to say that…the LA Chargers. Although younger fans might not be aware that the Chargers originated in the old AFL in 1960 in Los Angeles before relocating to San Diego a year later. At any rate, this could be an interesting spot to take a quarterback and let him learn for a year or two behind Philip Rivers, who is 35 years old and known to not be a big fan of the move to Los Angeles. However, I don’t think they’ll pull the trigger just yet. Free agent Russell Okung moves down from Seattle to plug a massive hole at tackle, so there’s no need to reach for that position. Instead, Williams gives Rivers another weapon to go along with receiver Keenan Allen, RB Melvin Gordon, and tight ends Antonio Gates & Hunter Henry.
8 Carolina Panthers
Dalvin Cook – RB – Florida St.
Free agent Julius Peppers bolted Green Bay for the warmer climate of Carolina, so that fulfills a need on the defensive line. Matt Khalil has left Minnesota to join his brother Ryan on Carolina’s offensive line, which takes care of that issue. Are the Panthers comfortable with 30 year old Jonathan Stewart leading the rushing attack, backed up by Fozzy Whitaker & Cameron Payne?? Well, if necessary I am sure they’d live with it…but it’s not necessary. Cook is probably the most well-rounded running back in the draft, and I think he gets the nod.
9 Cincinnati Bengals
Solomon Thomas – DE – Stanford
Many pundits have Thomas as the second best prospect in the draft, so if he’s available at this point the Bengals will sprint to the stage to make the pick. He has been compared to Rams’ end Aaron Donald, and if he lives up to that evaluation Cincinnati will be quite happy with the choice for the next decade.
10 Buffalo Bills
Marshon Lattimore – CB – Ohio St.
The Bills lost cornerback Stephon Gilmore in free agency, so why not replace him with this pick?? Lattimore might even be an upgrade.
11 New Orleans Saints
Ryan Ramczyk – OT – Wisconsin
The Saints might consider replacing receiver Brandin Cooks, who they traded to New England. I think they’ll do that…just not yet. It is entirely possible that the Saints try to trade down…or even trade up…because this is a tough spot. With Lattimore already off the board cornerback is a reach here. My philosophy?? When in doubt upgrade the offensive line.
12 Cleveland Browns
Deshaun Watson – QB – Clemson
The Browns improved the defense with the top pick, and now I think they have to grab a quarterback. None of the best prospects are ready to walk right onto an NFL field as a starter, but Cleveland is still rebuilding anyway so they can be patient. Of the choices that have been deemed first round worthy I like Watson the best. He’s a winner. From my limited fan perspective it seems like he’s got the intangibles that separate the wheat from the chaff at this level. If he’s a bust…well, it wouldn’t be Cleveland’s first rodeo, right?? But if he lives up to his potential the sky may be the limit.
13 Arizona Cardinals
Malik McDowell – DT – Michigan St.
This is another tough spot. Carson Palmer isn’t getting any younger and he’s battled injuries a lot, which have derailed the Cardinals’ momentum. They went from 13-3 in 2015 to just 7-8-1 last season. Defensive tackle Calais Campbell, safety Tony Jefferson, & linebacker Kevin Minter all left via free agency, although linebacker Karlos Dansby returns to Arizona after wandering in the football desert of Ohio the past few seasons, and Jarvis Jones, a former first round draft pick of the Pittsburgh Steelers, adds additional depth to that linebacker group. McDowell is a reach, but a replacement for Campbell is necessary. I think they can get a quarterback in the second round.
14 Philadelphia Eagles
Leonard Fournette – RB – LSU
Running back Wendell Smallwood from my West Virginia Mountaineers is on my dynasty league team, so this choice would sadden me a bit. However, my vibe is that Smallwood isn’t viewed as a top notch lead runner, while Fournette is a generational talent that some have compared to Adrian Peterson. Only his injury history has caused him to drop this far, otherwise he’d be a Top 5 pick.
15 Indianapolis Colts
Christian McCaffrey – RB – Stanford
No one would be more upset to see the Eagles take Fournette than the folks in Indy, where starting RB Frank Gore is 147 years old. They’ve done a lot to fix their defense in free agency, so I think offense is the priority here. I don’t believe there is a lineman worthy of this spot. That leaves McCaffrey, who I envision as a swiss army knife hybrid RB/WR who can be special in the right system. Hopefully head coach Chuck Pagano & offensive coordinator Rob Chudzinski will know how to maximize his skills.
16 Baltimore Ravens
Jamal Adams – S – LSU
The Ravens will sprint to the podium with this selection. Adams can partner with free agent acquisition Tony Jefferson to make a formidable combo in the defensive backfield.
17 Washington Redskins
Derek Barnett – DE – Tennessee
Ideally the Redskins would trade out of this slot. Aside from that possibility, I have to think that upgrading the defense is a priority.
18 Tennessee Titans
Zach Cunningham – LB – Vanderbilt
With their first choice in this round Tennessee added a potent weapon on offense, so I think this pick has to be defense. They’ve added some pieces in free agency, but more needs to be done. One would assume that since Cunningham played college ball right there in Nashville the Titans are likely familiar with his work.
19 Tampa Bay Buccaneers
O.J. Howard –TE – Alabama
The Bucs added receiver DeSean Jackson in free agency, and along with Vincent Jackson, Mike Evans, & running backs Doug Martin and Charles Sims they provide QB Jameis Winston with a pretty good arsenal. The one thing missing?? An elite tight end. So I think it is a reasonable upgrade that’d make the Bucs’ offense quite intimidating.
20 Denver Broncos
Forrest Lamp – G – Western Kentucky
The quarterback competition in Denver looks to be between Paxton Lynch & Trevor Siemian. They’ll both be disappointed if Howard is already off the board, because a good tight end is a QB’s best friend. So, where is the value here?? They could still choose a tight end, but I think it is more likely that they’ll reach for a solid offensive lineman to protect whichever young signal caller wins the job.
21 Detroit Lions
Jabrill Peppers – S – Michigan
There are still plenty of great defenders available, so this pick just depends on who the powers-that-be in the Motor City prefer. I like Peppers in this spot. No one knows quite where he fits in the NFL. He’s too small to play linebacker, so safety is probably the best option. Can he be the second coming of Troy Polamalu?? I think it’s possible.
22 Miami Dolphins
Taco Charlton – DE – Michigan
The Dolphins are really building something with potential. This might be a good spot for a team to trade up to if they’re looking for a quarterback. If that doesn’t happen though Charlton could be a nice addition to the pass rush.
23 New York Giants
David Njoku – TE – Miami (FL)
The Giants have had an interesting off season, adding receiver Brandon Marshall to the offense and Geno Smith as the quarterback of the future. Okay, I’m kidding about that second part. Maybe. Who knows?? Anyway, since there isn’t good value at running back here (and I think Paul Perkins should be given a fair chance at succeeding) the focus might be on defense. Or will it?? The Giants have a solid history of good tight ends, from Mark Bavaro in the 80’s to Howard Cross in the 90’s to Jeremy Shockey a decade ago. Njoku would be a significant upgrade at the position and give an aging Eli Manning another weapon in the chase for a third Super Bowl ring.
24 Oakland Raiders
Marlon Humphrey – CB – Alabama
Will the Raiders sign running back Adrian Peterson?? And if they do, is that enough?? I’d hate to rely on a 32 year old tailback whose legs could abandon him at any minute. Can they trust DeAndre Washington with the job?? Those are all questions that don’t currently have an answer, and the point is moot anyway because I don’t think there’s another first round talent at running back. The Raiders will focus on improving an already stellar defense, and Humphrey should be a starter from Day 1. He’s the fourth Alabama alum off the board in this round, which shouldn’t really surprise anyone.
25 Houston Texans
Mitch Trubisky – QB – North Carolina
I was convinced that Tony Romo would be the quarterback for the Texans in 2017, but to the surprise of many that’s not happening, which is unfortunate because Houston is just a quarterback away from being a legit Super Bowl contender. I don’t know what they do for the immediate future, but with this pick they must think long term. Trubisky is a nice fit. It would have been advantageous for him to sit & learn for a year or two behind Romo…instead he might be warming the bench while Jay Cutler or Colin Kaepernick try to lead the team to The Promised Land.
26 Seattle Seahawks
Fabian Moreau – CB – UCLA
I like the fact that the Seahawks added former #2 overall pick Luke Joeckel to their offensive line and former Packer Eddie Lacy to a running back mix that also includes Thomas Rawls & CJ Prosise. Moreau is a piece that might actually re-legitimize the Legion of Boom.
27 Kansas City Chiefs
Caleb Brantley – DT – Florida
The Chiefs are the real deal, but they’re also in a really tough division. They lost defensive tackle Dontari Poe in free agency, so they’ll be looking for a replacement. Brantley might be somewhat of a reach, but he fills a need.
28 Dallas Cowboys
Obi Melifonwu – S – Connecticut
It seems like the Cowboys lost their entire defense in free agency. Defensive backs Barry Church, Morris Claiborne, & Brandon Carr all bolted Big D for greener pastures. Melifonwu impressed a lot of people at the combine, and he can probably step right into a starting role for a depleted Dallas defense.
29 Green Bay Packers
Alvin Kamara – RB – Tennessee
The Packers don’t really have many holes to fill, although I am not convinced that receiver turned running back Ty Montgomery is truly the answer in the backfield after the departure of Eddie Lacy. What about Christine Michael?? Ehhhh…I don’t know. Kamara is probably a reach at this point, but he might seize the job easily and make the choice look brilliant.
30 Pittsburgh Steelers
Raekwon McMillan – LB – Ohio St.
I know my Steelers well enough to know that, despite most fans wanting desperately for them to upgrade the secondary, they covet the linebacker position more than just about anything. With Jarvis Jones & Lawrence Timmons having moved on the position is a legit issue. Ryan Shazier is great and Bud Dupree has potential, but James Harrison can’t play forever and everyone else is unproven. Pittsburgh has had good luck drafting former Buckeyes, which gives McMillan the nod over a couple other possibilities.
31 Atlanta Falcons
Cordrea Tankersley – CB – Clemson
The Falcons’ defense got eaten alive by Tom Brady in the second half of the Super Bowl, so I have to believe that will be a point of emphasis going forward. Defensive tackle Dontari Poe defected to Atlanta from Kansas City in free agency, so that fills one huge need. There are a plethora of cornerbacks to choose from in this spot, but I’m going with Tankersley for no apparent reason.
32 New Orleans Saints (from New England Patriots)
John Ross – WR – Washington
This pick is obvious. The Saints traded away speedy wideout Brandin Cooks. They took an offensive tackle with the 11th pick. There are enough corners available they can be patient, especially if they also lure Malcolm Butler away from New England as expected. Ross is a solid replacement for Cooks.
33 Cleveland Browns
TreDavious White – CB – LSU
In the first round the Browns got the best player in the draft in defensive end Myles Garrett and took their latest quarterback of the future. They need a corner to bookend with All-Pro Joe Haden, and White should fit the bill.
34 San Francisco 49ers
DeShone Kizer – QB – Notre Dame
The Niners added linebacker Reuben Foster in the first round. The top two field generals…Watson & Trubisky…are off the board, so ‘Frisco will roll the dice on Kizer to develop for a year or two while Brian Hoyer and/or Matt Barkley pretend to be pro quarterbacks.
35 Jacksonville Jaguars
Cam Robinson – OT – Alabama
The Jags made what is probably the safest choice in the draft with their first round selection of defensive tackle Jonathan Allen. Now they can solidify the offensive line with a massive addition.
36 Chicago Bears
Garett Bolles – OT – Utah
After signing Mike Glennon away from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers (and also picking up Mark Sanchez…lol) the need for a quarterback is diminished in the short term, which is good since the value isn’t there in this spot. The secondary was addressed in the first round. Improving the offensive line is always a solid choice.
37 Los Angeles Rams
Chidobe Awuzie – CB – Colorado
The Rams didn’t have a first round pick and didn’t make any major free agency moves. Wade Phillips is the defensive coordinator now, and in the past he has worked wonders for teams like the Texans & Broncos. They really need to address the secondary.
38 Los Angeles Chargers
Dan Feeney – G- Indiana
The Chargers added a premier wideout in the first round. I think it is still a bit early to take the quarterback of the future since Rivers is likely going to be around for a couple of years. It is more likely, especially with the departure of guard DJ Fluker, that they address the offensive line, even after signing tackle Russell Okung away from Seattle.
39 New York Jets
Pat Mahomes – QB – Texas Tech
The Jets played it smart in the first round…but they just can’t help themselves. They’ll add to their collection of quarterbacks and pray that one of them actually develops into something resembling a competent pro.
40 Carolina Panthers
Charles Harris – DE – Missouri
Let’s be honest. Julius Peppers, at age 37, is a temporary fix. The Panthers need a young end that can be mentored by the veteran.
41 Cincinnati Bengals
Takkarist McKinley – LB – UCLA
The Bengals released linebacker Rey Maualuga and signed Kevin Minter away from Arizona. I think they’ll still look to solidify the position in the draft.
42 New Orleans Saints
Teez Tabor – CB – Florida
The Saints improved the offensive line and replenished the receiving corps in the first round. I think they go defense here, solidifying the secondary. They still might end up getting cornerback Malcolm Butler from the Patriots, but then again they might not. Either way adding some depth is never a bad thing.
43 Philadelphia Eagles
Jourdan Lewis – CB – Michigan
The Eagles have rebuilt their receiving corps this offseason with the additions of Torrey Smith & Alshon Jeffrey. They took a stud running back in the first round. Now it’s time to improve the secondary.
44 Buffalo Bills
Curtis Samuel – WR – Ohio St.
Other than Sammy Watkins the Bills have nothing impressive at receiver, and Watkins seems to have a hard time staying healthy. If they want any quarterback to succeed he’s got to have some weapons.
45 Arizona Cardinals
Davis Webb – QB – California
Any quarterback taken in this spot is a gamble. But with an injury prone & aging Carson Palmer backed up by Drew Stanton the situation warrants a roll of the dice. Webb has tremendous size, especially if he adds some muscle. Cal has produced guys like Aaron Rodgers, Steve Bartowski, Kyle Boller, & Jared Goff, so maybe Webb can evolve into a solid NFL quarterback.
46 Indianapolis Colts
Dion Dawkins – G – Temple
Indianapolis took Christian McCaffrey in the first round, and they did a lot to upgrade the defense in free agency. It seems like protecting quarterback Andrew Luck has been an issue every one of his five NFL seasons, so they’ll keep trying to improve.
47 Baltimore Ravens
Chris Godwin – WR – Penn St.
After solidifying the secondary in the first round and in free agency the Ravens have a couple of directions they can go in this spot. Steve Smith is retired and the jury is still out on 2015 first round pick Breshad Perriman, leaving only Mike Wallace as a reliable pass catcher, so I think Baltimore has to pull the trigger on a wideout.
48 Minnesota Vikings
Chris Wormley – DT – Michigan
The Vikings didn’t have a first round selection due to last year’s trade that brought them QB Sam Bradford from Philly. They’ve replaced the aging Adrian Peterson with running back Latavius Murray, formerly of the Raiders…a great move in my opinion. I think they’ll go defense here, choosing from among the best players available to add some depth.
49 Washington Redskins
Adoree’ Jackson – CB – USC
The Redskins lost two receivers…DeSean Jackson & Pierre Garcon…in free agency. Terrelle Pryor comes over from Cleveland to fill one of those spots, and Brian Quick, formerly of the Rams, takes care of the other. And of course they have last year’s top pick Josh Doctson, so the wideout spot is solid. They have a stable of young running backs and a good offensive line. The pass rush was enhanced in Round 1, so I think the back end gets some attention here, especially with DeAngelo Hall being 33 years old.
50 Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Budda Baker – S – Washington
The Bucs added a big tight end in the first round, so they can now turn their attention to defense. Baker adds to a secondary that already includes last year’s first round pick, cornerback Vernon Hargreaves.
51 Denver Broncos
Taylor Moton – OT – Western Michigan
We know the Broncos have a great defense, but no one is too sure what to expect from the offense. They added an offensive lineman in Round 1, but don’t be surprised if they double up on that area of need.
52 Cleveland Browns (from Tennessee Titans)
Pat Elflein – C – Ohio St.
Cleveland has this pick as a result of a trade the Titans made last year so they could go up and get tackle Jack Conklin (a move that worked out well for Tennessee). The Browns have already addressed needs at quarterback & corner, as well as taking the best defensive end in the draft with the top overall selection. They might end up using this pick as an asset to trade up, but that’s an unknown. I think this is a good spot to solidify an offensive line that already has a lot of talent. Center Alex Mack moved on to Atlanta last season after seven years with the Browns (netting an appearance in the Super Bowl…not a bad exchange on his part), so maybe they find a talented replacement in this spot.
53 Detroit Lions
Tim Williams – LB – Alabama
After addressing issues on both lines in free agency and adding the athletic Jabrill Peppers in the first round it seems like Detroit should be focusing on the linebacker position with this pick. Apparently Williams had some off the field issues at ‘Bama, but he’s being compared to Raiders’ (and former WVU) pass rusher Bruce Irvin, so we know a team will be willing to roll the dice. Putting a guy with a history of marijuana & firearms arrests in Detroit…what could possibly go wrong??
54 Miami Dolphins
Gareon Conley – CB – Ohio St.
I really like Miami’s offensive. However, despite a line that includes Ndamukong Suh & Cameron Wake and the presence of linebackers Kiko Alonso & Lawrence Timmons I still think the defense needs some work.
55 New York Giants
T.J. Watt – LB – Wisconsin
The G-Men added their next great tight end in Round 1, so now I think they’ll tinker with the defense a bit. If TJ is even half as good as his brother JJ this will be a steal.
56 Oakland Raiders
Joe Mixon – RB – Oklahoma
The Raiders added a cornerback in Round 1, so I feel like this might be a good spot for a curveball. I’m sure DeAndre Washington will be given every opportunity to win the starting job, and IF Adrian Peterson is brought in that adds some depth, but Mixon is rising up many draft boards and he’s just the kind of controversial player the Raiders have always taken a chance on. Wow…Peterson & Mixon in the same backfield?? Wrap your head around that.
57 Houston Texans
Dorian Johnson – G – Pitt
Whomever ends up being the quarterback will need a deep & talented offensive line in front of them.
58 Seattle Seahawks
Larry Ogunjobi – DT – Charlotte
What do you get a team that has everything?? In this case I think beefing up the interior of the defensive line is a smart move.
59 Kansas City Chiefs
Jarrad Davis – LB – Florida
The Chiefs didn’t do a whole lot in free agency besides signing CJ Spiller to replace the departed Jammal Charles at running back. I feel like they need to add some depth to the pass rush, especially with Tamba Hali being 33 years old.
60 Dallas Cowboys
Kevin King – CB – Washington
Dallas has to continue rebuilding their defense. Period.
61 Green Bay Packers
Dalvin Tomlinson – DT – Alabama
The Pack replaced departed running back Eddie Lacy in the first round, so now they can turn their attention to the defense. Tomlinson would be the sixth ‘Bama player taken in the first 61 picks…about 10% of the draft thus far. I don’t know if that’s any kind of record, but it sure is impressive.
62 Pittsburgh Steelers
Carl Lawson – DE – Auburn
In the first round my Steelers replenished a depleted linebacker corps. They added a couple of nice complementary pieces in free agency, and I’m sure they’ll take the best player available here. That might just be Lawson, who has drawn comparisons to Dwight Freeney. He’s battled injuries at the collegiate level, so where he lands will be largely dependent on medical evaluations.
63 Atlanta Falcons
Josh Jones – S – North Carolina St.
In Round 1 the Falcons addressed secondary issues that cost them the Super Bowl. They might want to consider doubling up just to be sure.
64 New England Patriots
Roderick Johnson – OT – Florida St.
The Super Bowl champs finally get to make a selection, although I really don’t know how they could improve, especially after trading for receiver Brandin Cooks, signing cornerback Stephon Gilmore away from Buffalo, & getting defensive end Kony Ealy from Carolina. I suppose refining the offensive line to protect the ageless Tom Brady wouldn’t be a bad move.
65 Cleveland Browns
Desmond King – S- Iowa
66 San Francisco 49ers
Duke Riley – LB – LSU
67 Chicago Bears
Sidney Jones – CB – Washington
68 Jacksonville Jaguars
Jake Butt – TE – Michigan
69 Los Angeles Rams
JuJu Schuster – WR – USC
70 New York Jets
Quincy Wilson – CB – Florida
71 Los Angeles Chargers
Brad Kaaya – QB – Miami (FL)
72 New England Patriots (from Carolina Panthers)
Montravius Adams – DT – Auburn
73 Cincinnati Bengals
Tyler Orlosky – C – West Virginia
74 Baltimore Ravens (from Philadelphia Eagles)
Vincent Taylor – DT – Oklahoma St.
75 Buffalo Bills
Antonio Garcia – OT – Troy
76 New Orleans Saints
Nathan Peterman – QB – Pitt
77 Arizona Cardinals
Rasul Douglas – CB – West Virginia
78 Baltimore Ravens
Tarell Basham – DE – Ohio
79 Minnesota Vikings
Isaac Asiata – G – Utah
80 Indianapolis Colts
Marcus Williams – S – Utah
81 Washington Redskins
Eddie Jackson – S – Alabama
82 Denver Broncos
Evan Engram – TE – Mississippi
83 Tennessee Titans
Cooper Kupp – WR – Eastern Washington
84 Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Elijah Qualls – DT – Washington
85 Detroit Lions
Ahkello Witherspoon – CB – Colorado
86 Minnesota Vikings
Will Holden – OT – Vanderbilt
87 New York Giants
Jaleel Johnson – OT – Iowa
88 Oakland Raiders
Tyus Bowser – LB – Houston
89 Houston Texans
Ryan Anderson – LB – Alabama
90 Seattle Seahawks
Chad Wheeler – OT – USC
91 Kansas City Chiefs
Jalen Myrick – CB – Minnesota
92 Dallas Cowboys
DeMarcus Walker – DE – Florida St.
93 Green Bay Packers
Cameron Sutton – CB – Tennessee
94 Pittsburgh Steelers
Dede Westbrook – WR – Oklahoma
95 Atlanta Falcons
Carlos Watkins – DT – Clemson
96 New England Patriots
D’Onta Foreman – RB – Texas
*97 Miami Dolphins
Devonte Fields – DE – Louisville
*98 Carolina Panthers
Ryan Switzer – WR – North Carolina
*99 Philadelphia Eagles (from Baltimore Ravens)
Derek Rivers – DE – Youngstown St.
*100 Tennessee Titans (from LA Rams)
Danny Isidora – G – Miami (FL)
*101 Denver Broncos
Samaje Perine – RB – Oklahoma
*102 Seattle Seahawks
David Sharpe – OT – Florida
*103 New Orleans Saints (from Cleveland via New England)
Marlon Mack – RB – South Florida
*104 Kansas City Chiefs
Josh Dobbs – QB – Tennessee
*105 Pittsburgh Steelers
James Conner – RB – Pitt
*106 Seattle Seahawks
Brian Allen – CB – Utah
*107 New York Jets
Isaiah Ford – WR – Virginia Tech