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O/A Rank Top-15 CBs
15 Byron Murphy
20 Greedy Williams
33 DeAndre Baker
48 Amani Oruwariye
60 Justin Layne
61 Trayvon Mullen
91 Julian Love
92 Rock Ya-Sin
105 Lonnie Johnson
118 David Long
130 Jamel Dean
142 Sean Bunting
151 JoeJuan Williams
181 Michael Jackson
188 Jimmy Moreland
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2019 NFL Mock Draft Round 1
Selections 17-32






17 NY Giants
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Devin Bush NFL Draft photo Devin Bush
    Michigan
    ILB
    Reach/Value:     -6
Height:
5'11"
Weight:
234



The Giants' defense was not set up to succeed under DC James Bettcher last season. Simply put, the personnel was hamstrung by lack of talent and in-experience. Brought in from Arizona and highly coveted, Bettcher's squad finished 24th in total defense. Big Blue finished 23rd in points allowed ( last in the NFCE), tied for the second-fewest sacks (30) in the NFL and ranked 22nd in yards allowed per play. Given the moves made to-date by the Giants and the holes that still exist on the roster, it's is safe to assume that this year's draft class will lean heavy on defense. Owning 12 picks also gives the Giants multiple chances to address their uncertain D in a variety of ways.

LB Devin Bush turned heads at the NFL Scouting Combine in Indy. He showcased his speed all season in Ann Arbor and confirmed it at the Scouting Combine with a blazing 4.43 40-yard dash. His current draft stock appears to be on the rise with rumblings he may even go in the top ten. The Wolverine was named a consensus All-American and was a national finalist for the Butkus Award and the Bronko Nagurski Award for top linebacker and top defender, respectively.

While it seems hard to believe, it's been 35 years since the Giants selected a linebacker in RD1 of the NFL Draft (Carl Banks out of MSU at three overall in 1984). With the way this draft has fallen and several premium pass-rushers off the board, I have Big Blue staying true to their own and selecting the BPA that offers immediate impact.

- Kevin McWalters, Giants Analyst

18 Minnesota
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Garrett Bradbury NFL Draft photo Garrett Bradbury
    North Carolina St
    OC
    Reach/Value:     -20
Height:
6'3"
Weight:
304



If you ask most of my colleagues here at DraftTek, they'll tell you that there's one thing I can't stand when it comes to the NFL Draft: absolutes. For example, "There's no way Baker Mayfield is the 1st-overall pick" or "I don't care about his past; Randy Gregory will be a first-round pick." The bottom line with the draft, and it's part of why we love it, is that the only certainty is uncertainty, year in and year out. Having said that, I'm putting an absolute out there for the Vikings this year.

If the Minnesota Vikings do not draft an offensive lineman in RD1, this draft is a failure.

There are no two ways about it. Even after signing a couple mediocre free agents to shore up the depth, this team needs a starter and their best shot at getting one is in the first round. Jawaan Taylor, Andre Dillard, Jonah Williams, Garrett Bradbury, Kaleb McGary, and Chris Lindstrom are all likely capable of starting as rookies, and the Vikings almost have to take the best of the remaining options when they pick at #18.

Looking at the performance of the offensive line in 2018, ProFootballFocus.com has them ranked 30/32, and there isn't ONE player in the Top 80 overall, with the worst culprits being Tom Compton and Mike Remmers at Guard. Contrast that with the 2018 All-Rookie Team from PFF, and you'll see three Interior OL who were all available when cornerback Mike Hughes was drafted by GM Rick Spielman with the 30th-overall pick. That can't happen again in 2019.

~ Brett Stott, Vikings Analyst

19 Tennessee
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Noah Fant NFL Draft photo Noah Fant
    Iowa
    TE
    Reach/Value:     -2
Height:
6'4"
Weight:
249



Tennessee has a few options to choose from here: The obvious choice is another playmaker in the passing game, which is what the Titans grab here. With Delanie Walker turning 35 before the season and Jonnu Smith suffering multiple knee (non-severe) injuries over his first couple seasons, the long-term solution at Tight End is in question.

Fant is a multi-dimensional player who doesn't need to necessarily play in-line; he's a bona fide receiving threat who can line up in the slot. Fant has been a touchdown machine, totaling 18 touchdowns the past two seasons in Iowa, a key stat that the Titans' offense has been lacking during that same timeframe. Tennessee only had 16 passing touchdowns in 2018, and one of them was by Kevin Byard on a fake punt.

Other serious options for Tennessee could be interior Offensive Line (a player like Bradbury would be a good fit if he's available) or a front-seven option (an Edge Rusher if any of the top guys slip, or a disruptor like Christian Wilkins) would make a lot of sense as the Titans try to finally stabilize the organization after so many up-and-down years.

20 Pittsburgh
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Greedy Williams NFL Draft photo Greedy Williams
    LSU
    CB
    Reach/Value:     +0
Height:
6'1"
Weight:
182



Let's take a look at the Steelers' CB room: The team added Steven Nelson in the offseason to play opposite Joe Haden. They do have a promising young player, Mike Hilton, in the slot, although he struggled a little last season and was pushed down the depth chart for some games. With Haden being a bit older and on a contract year, and the uncertainty in the slot, corner is among the team's top needs.

That Greedy Williams is an elite prospect with a rare combination of speed, size, fluidity, and ball skills is not to be disputed. It's a fair question, however, to ask whether Greedy Williams will be on the team's board at all. Put simply, he's more Deion Sanders than Mel Blount. Williams isn't a very physical player in run support and isn't an enthusiastic tackler. He's also passed on his bowl game and most of the timed Combine events.

Although he's not an exact personality fit, the Steelers need to build on a lackluster group that had only 4 INTs in 2018. They need playmakers that can generate turnovers and set the tone in the secondary. Williams was electric for the Tigers in 2018, contributing 6 INTs and 11 PBU. He recognizes routes, attacks the catch-point and makes plays. We'll assume that his abundant skills and production on an elite stage are enough for the team to accept his shortcomings. He's simply too good a player to look past. The Steelers sent Tomlin and GM Kevin Colbert to the LSU Pro Day so they've had a chance to meet the young man and make a first-hand evaluation.

21 Seattle
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A.J. Brown NFL Draft photo A.J. Brown
    Ole Miss
    WRF
    Reach/Value:     -1
Height:
6'1"
Weight:
225



Russell Wilson is going to be a Seahawk for another five years , at least. Starting NFL QB's don't grow on trees - especially elite ones - and paying a premium for one isn't a death sentence. A big contract is going to hamstring a franchise from going after big free agents, but teams staying competitive do it by making budget signings and drafting well. During his tenure in Seattle, John Schneider has been known for putting together rosters by getting players at below market deals and supplementing them with impactful rookies.

Seattle's been known for trading down in drafts under Schneider; don't expect this season to be any different. A bittersweet bonus this year is Frank Clark, who doesn't want to sign the franchise tag and will command an unjustifiable cap hit for future seasons. Clark's 35 sacks and 72 QB hits in four years, used as trade bait, can gain the Hawks an extra pick or two and can even have the extra effect of allowing them to keep a pick in RD1.

Considering Wilson's new contract, it would seem logical that the Seahawks would pick a shiny new weapon for him to use. A.J. Brown can be a dynamic receiver at the NFL level. Carroll loves versatility in his players, and Brown has that in spades. He's a monster in the slot and effective on the boundaries, with a habit of finding soft spots in coverage.

~ Jeff Chapman, Seahawks Analyst

22 Baltimore
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D.K. Metcalf NFL Draft photo D.K. Metcalf
    Ole Miss
    WRF
    Reach/Value:     +8
Height:
6'4"
Weight:
228



Cordarelle Patterson is the only wide receiver to be drafted in the first round with fewer than 70 receptions in his divison one college career. Patterson only had 46 receptions in his one year at Tennessee, if you count his time at Hutchison Community College, he has over 100 but still it is rare for a receiver to go in the first without big time production at the college level. D.K. Metcalf has 67 total receptions in his three years at Ole Miss. With Metcalf's lack of production in college, he tested extremely well at the NFL Combine and at the Ole Miss Pro Day. He blew up social media with his 4.33 forty yard dash and he looked good in the on-field drills.

Wide receiver is a big need for Baltimore and so big that we actually have them taking Metcalf in round one and Emmanuel Hall from Missouri in round three. Metcalf and Hall would give Lamar Jackson immediate help and if the Ravens feel the need to add two receivers early in the draft, they could have a great tandem for the next decade with Metcalf and hall.

Talon Graff, Ravens Analyst

23 Houston
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Kaleb McGary NFL Draft photo Kaleb McGary
    Washington
    OT
    Reach/Value:     -13
Height:
6'7"
Weight:
317



Deshaun Watson, back from his injury-shortened season in 2017, threw for 4,165 YDS, 26 TDS and only 9 INTS en route to a 103.1 QBR (good for 6th among starting QBs). That's good, because 2018 proved that 2017 was no fluke, and that Houston has what every NFL franchise wants, but few have: a dangerous franchise QB.

Here's another stat: 62. For those of you thinking that's the number of sacks Drew Brees, Andrew Luck, Tom Brady, and Nick Foles took COMBINED in 2018, you're correct. For those of you thinking that's the number of sacks Deshaun Watson took all by himself in 2018, you're also correct. Houston needs to throw every available resource into providing Watson a safe and productive work environment, STAT.

In this week's CMD, the Texans hit the O-Line hard: Tackle Kaleb McGary here, then versatile Guard/Tackle Cody Ford in RD2 . A month ago, you might have gotten the same two guys in most Texans' mocks, but Ford would have been the first rounder. So why has McGary shot up the boards? Well, he's certainly selling himself on NFL Network admirably (and comes across pretty well doing so). Run-oriented teams are going to love McGary: he's one of the most physically dominant/powerful linemen in the draft. Better said: he's a bully on the field. Although a Right Tackle for the Huskies, McGary may need to slide inside to Guard at the next level, as lighter speed-rushing NFL athletes may make him look clumsy in space.

24 Oakland
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Oshane Ximines NFL Draft photo Oshane Ximines
    Old Dominion
    EDGE
    Reach/Value:     -3
Height:
6'3"
Weight:
253



Yes, the Raiders recently signed Benson Mayowa, but he joins Arden Key (just 1 sack last season), Josh Mauro (3 sacks over a 5-year career), and Alex Barrett (only 2 sacks in the now-defunct AAF) on the roster at the position. Given this massive need, it's appropriate for the Raiders to take a slight reach on the top defender out of Old Dominion. While it's fun to say, Oshane Ximenes isn't exactly a household name, but 32.5 sacks over his career put him in the top 10 most productive pass rushers in college football history. Ximenes paired that with 51 TFLs, and this showed out in the team's most high-profile game with a 2 sack, 2.5 TFL performance against Virginia Tech.

Edging out Brian Burns and Jaylon Ferguson on our Big Board, Ximenes could pair with Quinnen Williams to give the Raiders' DL a revamped look heading into the 2019 season. If Williams were not the pick at #4, Christian Wilkins would be great value here. Byron Murphy and other corners have been frequently mocked to the Raiders in this spot, but, with Gareon Conley, Daryl Worley, Nevin Lawson, and Nick Nelson all roster locks, I think those projecting CB this early are missing the boat --especially given Murphy's lack of size AND speed. Josh Jacobs is another possibility, but I have my doubts there, as well. So, without one of the Iowa TEs or a potential faller like Rashan Gary being available here, Ximenes makes a lot of sense as a great double-down on addressing the historically-bad pass rush, an area nearly completely unaddressed this offseason.




25 Philadelphia
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Christian Wilkins NFL Draft photo Christian Wilkins
    Clemson
    DL3T
    Reach/Value:     -5
Height:
6'4"
Weight:
300



Although the 2018 Eagles were respectable in Points Per Game Allowed (12th in NFL) and Sacks (8th with 44 sacks), their defense really didn't scare or intimidate anyone. The Eagles were 23rd in YDS Allowed Per Game and 30th in Pass YDS Allowed...a testament that the defense was often in the infamous "Bend-But-Don't-Break" mode. In fact, several of the 2018 losses were a result of the defense surrendering 4th quarter leads.

If the Eagles want to maximize their Super Bowl window over the next five years, they need to restock their offensive and defensive lines. LT Jason Peters is running on fumes, DE Michael Bennett bolted for New England, and several of the other mainstays are getting up there in years. Not surprisingly, many of the Eagles' official pre-Draft visits are linemen.

One of those official visits in particular was with a guy that would be a perfect fit with the Eagles' attacking 1-gap 4-3 scheme: Clemson's Christian Wilkins. Personally, I just don't see how this guy gets anywhere close to #25. Even with all the QB-needy teams reaching for QBs, and other teams prioritizing needs over BPA, I still don't see Wilkins making it past the mid-teens. If he DOES make it to the 15-17 range, I'd fully expect Roseman to trade up and grab him, rather than waiting and hoping he slid to 25. I think the 2014 Draft taught Roseman that if "your guy" is within striking distance, you go get him. With 5.5 sacks, 14 TFL, and frequent QB pressures in 2018, Wilkins has the production, upside, and athleticism to be a pass rushing force next to Fletcher Cox for years.

- Broz, Eagles Analyst

26 Indianapolis
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Hakeem Butler NFL Draft photo Hakeem Butler
    Iowa State
    WRF
    Reach/Value:     -3
Height:
6'6"
Weight:
205



Indy, should they find themselves without a Defensive Lineman to take at this selection, may still likely go defense in the secondary. However, if the Big Board in Circle City has a few WR's in the area of their first 25-30 slots, Hakeem Butler just might be the pick the Colts end up making.

Nasty and a brute after the catch, Butler won't have to be an immediate-impact starter with T.Y. Hilton and Devin Funchess on either side to start training camp. That doesn't mean he couldn't ultimately push Funchess for time on the field and give QB Andrew Luck the potential to sling it around to a top-caliber trio of wideouts.

The former Cyclone still needs refinement in footwork and will have to gain the trust of Andrew Luck when he gets targeted for passes by not dropping the ball. But Butler's also shown he can make spectacular grabs and create additional pressure on defensive backs, while drawing off the double-teams that T.Y. has been dealing with the past three or so seasons. His length and size will also allow Butler to create problems when blocking for other players. Might not be a "penciled-in" starter by Week 1 or 2, but with hard work and determination, he has the ability to be a solid and productive wideout for the Colts.

27 Oakland
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Mack Wilson NFL Draft photo Mack Wilson
    Alabama
    ILB
    Reach/Value:     -12
Height:
6'1"
Weight:
240



There was a time when adding Vontaze Burfict and Brandon Marshall to your group of linebackers would mean you had an elite unit in the middle of your defense. Those days are gone, as those two vets are coming off their worst seasons since 2014 and 2013, respectively. While the linebacking corps is undoubtedly improved, there is still a need to add a young, talented linebacker to the roster, one capable of manning a starting spot long-term.

I've had Wilson pegged to the Raiders for most of this stretch leading toward the Draft, and he would dramatically boost the unit's big play ability. In total, the group had only 1 sack, 1 INTs, 2 FFs, and 0 FRs during a pathetic run last season while lacking a thumper like Wilson. The Tide product gives the Raiders the speed and athletic impact the team has long lacked at the position. Now, will Gruden take 3 defenders in RD1? Probably not, but Paul Guenther can dream!

28 LA Chargers
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Byron Murphy NFL Draft photo Byron Murphy
    Washington
    CB
    Reach/Value:     +13
Height:
5'11"
Weight:
182



This is the moment good GMs live for: you've built a strong roster, kept your cards close to the vest all offseason, sat quietly at Pick #28 and now, like a 182-pound butterfly, the best CB in the draft comes fluttering into your steady hands. Washington's Byron Murphy has been rated a top-10 talent by scouts ranging from Pro Football Focus to our very own DraftTek Big Board with the caveat that he needs to land in a zone-heavy system to maximize his value.

Gus Bradley's Cover-3 zone is indeed a fit for a quick-twitch, sure-tackling corner adept at reading and reacting in a short space and time. With limited size and length and a 4.55 in the forty, Murphy does not project as an island, but which man does? Instead, he looks like a value first-rounder ready to step in as another weapon in an outstanding Chargers' D. Depending how the draft falls, Offensive and Defensive Line needs could be addressed here, as well, or they can wait a round or two.

- Jud Branam, Chargers Analyst

29 Kansas City
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Charles Omenihu NFL Draft photo Charles Omenihu
    Texas
    DL5T
    Reach/Value:     -38
Height:
6'6"
Weight:
275



The recent wave of mock drafts have teams gathering Edge rushers like jellybean-filled Easter eggs. Cornerbacks and Safeties, meanwhile, are getting pushed to the side of NFL plates like Brussels sprouts. (Now that would be an interesting egg hunt --Is it filled with jellybeans? Or, Brussels sprouts?) In this SIM, the Chiefs were more than happy to be served what was given them. Even newly-acquired CB Bashaud Breeland wants the Chiefs to draft a corner. Our coveted egg, Byron Murphy, the best CB in the draft, just fell off the board to the Chargers. (Interception!) So, where does that leave the Chiefs' search? The Chiefs take Texas DE Charles Omenihu. (Hey, jelly beans are good for you too, right?)

GM Brett Veach did a great job buffering the draft by adding free agents at positions of need to set up a best-player-available scenario. Although he doesn't solve our needs at corner, Omenihu is the next fit on the list of Chiefs' draftee invites who could be sporting a red and yellow shell next year. The lengthy Omenihu would be a nice fit for the new Spagnuolo-led defense. He also fits the mold of our current trend of defenders with last names starting with an "O," as in O'Daniel, Okafor, and Ogbah. (Could we also add CB Oruwariye in RD2?)

But don't race to One Arrowhead Drive to watch this year's egg hunt. The front office recently canceled this year's opening night draft party! Perhaps Veach looking to trade down into RD2? Additional picks make sense.

~ KCBudMan, Chiefs Analyst

30 Green Bay
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C Gardner-Johnson NFL Draft photo C Gardner-Johnson
    Florida
    S
    Reach/Value:     +12
Height:
6'0"
Weight:
207



Tracking the changes at Safety in Green Bay over the past year could make your head spin. After allowing Morgan Burnett to leave via Free Agency, seven different players logged starts for DC Mike Pettine in 2018. The list included Ha Ha Clinton-Dix (7 starts) and Jermaine Whitehead (2 starts), both of whom were abruptly jettisoned mid-season.

The addition of Adrian Amos on a four-year deal worth $36M was a major step toward solidifying the secondary. Though Amos hasn't shown a knack for making splash plays (3 INTs and 3 FF on his career), he has a reputation for being assignment-sure in all aspects of the game. Amos' versatile skill set makes him virtually interchangeable, but he's expected to take the majority of his snaps at SS.

GM Brian Gutekunst should be looking for a FS with plus coverage skills to complement Amos. Florida's Chauncey Gardner-Johnson could be an ideal candidate. Gardner-Johnson has the athleticism and cover skills to tackle any assignment from slot to single-high. Gardner-Johnson also has proven ball skills, with 9 INTs (3 returned for TDs) and 12 PDs over the past three seasons. Pairing Gardner-Johnson with Amos would give the Packers a tremendous upgrade in talent as well as long-term stability in the secondary.

- James Siebers, Packers Analyst

31 LA Rams
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Chris Lindstrom NFL Draft photo Chris Lindstrom
    Boston College
    OG
    Reach/Value:     +0
Height:
6'4"
Weight:
308



Despite being one of the older lines in the NFL, the Rams won the NFL's Offensive Line of the Week award twice during the regular season and tacked on an additional nod in January. Only four other teams --Atlanta, New Orleans, Tennessee, and Indianapolis-- were repeat winners last season. Two key members of that line, Roger Saffold and John Sullivan, have moved on. Andrew Whitworth, age 37, will be getting double-teamed by Father Time this season.

Boston College Guard Chris Lindstrom brings the youth and confidence to the Rams' O-line to continue to secure protection for Jared Goff and open holes for Todd Gurley. Lindstrom is a quick-footed blocker who has a strong initial surge out of his stance. He has great sync between his hands, hips, and feet. In pass protection, he has a stout anchor with good body control. Lindstrom performs best as a lead blocker into gaps and where he aggressively pursues moving targets at the second level and executes.

The Rams are also looking heavily at prospects on the defensive line and secondary at this position. Also, if RB Joshua Jacobs falls, due to the severity of Todd Gurley's knee injury, do not be shocked if the Rams choose him to carry the rock next season.

~ LABudMan, Rams Analyst

32 New England
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Marquise Brown NFL Draft photo Marquise Brown
    Oklahoma
    WRS
    Reach/Value:     +13
Height:
5'11"
Weight:
165



The New England Patriots' biggest need is an infusion of talent among their pass catchers. Julian Edelman is the only primary target that will head into 2019 possessing any form of chemistry with Tom Brady. Josh Gordon should be assumed to miss the entire season. Phillip Dorsett simply isn't very good. The future is even bleaker, as Edelman's contract expires after the 2019 season.

Pass catchers will be a top target in the draft as long as the value lines up with the draft slot. Marquise Brown is the dynamic field-stretcher that this offense sorely lacked in 2018. Brown has the versatility to line up both as an outside receiver as well as in the slot, and we all know how much Bill Belichick values versatility. Brown is much more than an unrefined speedster from a college offense. The most underrated component of Brown's game is his route-running ability.

Brown gets a lot of DeSean Jackson comparisons for a reason. He is an absolute burner who can run past any defensive back. Among all draft-eligible wide receivers, Brown ranks 5th with 592 deep-passing yards.

- Jonathan Rosenberg, Patriots Analyst
Traded Round 1 Picks:
Green Bay gets New Orleans R1 Pick (2019 Draft trade)
Oakland gets Chicago RD1 pick (Khalil Mack trade)
Oakland gets Dallas RD1 pick (Amari Cooper trade)
NY Giants get Cleveland RD1 pick (Odell Beckham trade)

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O/A Rank SEC Conference
Top-40 Players
Psn
2 Quinnen Williams
Alabama
DL3T
3 Josh Allen
Kentucky
EDGE
5 Devin White
LSU
ILB
6 Jawaan Taylor
Florida
OT
11 Montez Sweat
Mississippi St
EDGE
13 Drew Lock
Missouri
QB
14 D.K. Metcalf
Ole Miss
WRF
16 Jonah Williams
Alabama
OT
18 C Gardner-Johnson
Florida
S
20 Greedy Williams
LSU
CB
22 A.J. Brown
Ole Miss
WRF
28 Josh Jacobs
Alabama
RBF
33 DeAndre Baker
Georgia
CB
34 Deionte Thompson
Alabama
S
39 Mack Wilson
Alabama
ILB
41 Erik McCoy
Texas A&M
OC
47 Irv Smith Jr.
Alabama
TE
49 Damien Harris
Alabama
RBF
50 Greg Little
Ole Miss
OT
54 Jeffery Simmons
Mississippi State
DL3T
59 Johnathan Abram
Mississippi St
S
63 Elgton Jenkins
Mississippi St
OC
65 Martez Ivey
Florida
OT
70 Isaiah Buggs
Alabama
DL5T
71 Emanuel Hall
Missouri
WRF
73 Vosean Joseph
Florida
OLB
79 Jace Sternberger
Texas A&M
TE
82 Jachai Polite
Florida
EDGE
86 Dawson Knox
Ole Miss
TE
88 Deebo Samuel
South Carolina
WRF
89 Riley Ridley
Georgia
WRF
102 Trayveon Williams
Texas A&M
RBF
105 Lonnie Johnson
Kentucky
CB
109 Lamont Gaillard
Georgia
OC
114 Foster Moreau
LSU
TE
119 Benny Snell Jr.
Kentucky
RBF
125 Ross Pierschbacher
Alabama
OC
127 Jarrett Stidham
Auburn
QB
129 Daylon Mack
Texas A&M
DL1T
130 Jamel Dean
Auburn
CB
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