, 2025 NFL Mock Draft

2025 Mock Draft Rev 1

June 4, 2024 1:00 PM EST


  • Panthers picking first again!!?? Select EDGE James Pierce Jr.
  • Pats pad OL, DL with Days 1 & 2 picks
  • Giants, Raiders, Seahawks grab RD1 QBs

  • (June 4) The 2025 Trade Value Chart is available with projected selection order and projected compensatory picks.

    Round 1 (Below)

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    1 Carolina
    James Pearce Jr.
    Tennessee
    EDGE
    Reach/Value:
    0
    Height:
    6'4"
    Weight:
    242
    James Pearce Jr. NFL Draft photo
    The Carolina Panthers understood the mission. That's to surround Bryce Young with as much talent as feasibly possible.

    First year GM Dan Morgan started in free agency by upgrading both the LG and RG positions by signing Damien Lewis (SEA) and Robert Hunt (MIA) to solidify Bryce's Interior O-line protection. Carolina would then bring in Diontae Johnson to act as the Panthers #1 WR entering 2024. But Carolina wasn't done loading up on firepower.


    The Panthers would trade up into the 32nd pick of the 1st round and select South Carolina WR Xavier Legette. A strong YAC receiver with big time speed and playmaking ability. He should be a weapon for Bryce in the 15-20-yard range. Carolina would then double down on their commitment to the run game by drafting Texas RB Jonathan Brooks in the 2nd round. Jonathan might be coming off of a season-ending ACL tear, but Brooks was easily the best RB prospect in the draft and had stats similar to fellow Texas RB Bijan Robinson. My favorite selection for the Panthers came in RD4 when they drafted dynamic Texas TE Ja'Tavion Sanders. Carolina's offense will be much more TE friendly, and Sanders would be a perfect fit.

    Grade: B+

    - Cody Lachney, Panthers Analyst
    2 New England
    Will Campbell
    LSU
    OT
    Reach/Value:
    -1
    Height:
    6'6"
    Weight:
    325
    Will Campbell NFL Draft photo
    The Patriots took a massive step forward in rebuilding their offense during the 2024 NFL Draft. Drake Maye will be the talk of training camp, but rookie receivers Ja'Lynn Polk and Javon Baker have a real chance to make a huge impact right out of the gate. The Pats also sandwiched two offensive line picks in between the two receivers they selected: tackle Caedan Wallace and guard Layden Robinson. While both players will battle it out for a chance to provide an impact from day one, it would be silly to expect elite production from both a third round tackle and a fourth round guard, at least right away.

    The Caedan Wallace pick was a bit of an eyebrow-raiser. While Wallace fit a position of need, he was taken quite a bit higher than consensus, and may not be the type of player who is ready to push for a starting job early in his career.

    All this is to say that the selections of Wallace and Robinson certainly do not preclude the Patriots from investing significant future draft capital in the offensive line, particularly at tackle, where it's tough to see more than a marginal improvement in 2024.

    Enter: LSU's Will Campbell. Campbell will need to hone his skills in his final year at LSU, particularly as a pass-blocker, but he has the potential to be a standout player when 2025 Draft season comes around. And believe it or not, the Patriots offense still needs as many standout players as it can get.
    3 NY Giants
    Carson Beck
    Georgia
    QB
    Reach/Value:
    -1
    Height:
    6'4"
    Weight:
    220
    Carson Beck NFL Draft photo
    If the Giants end up picking at #3 in the 2025 Draft, it could signal the end of the road for QB Daniel Jones. Heading into the 2024 season, Jones has accumulated just 62 touchdown passes against 40 interceptions over five seasons. His best year came in 2022, when he threw for 15 touchdowns and 5 interceptions, totaling 3,205 yards in 16 games. Despite this modest performance, GM Joe Schoen decided to award Jones a 4-year contract worth $40 million annually.

    The team is confident that Jones will be ready to start Week 1 against Minnesota, with his knee sufficiently rehabbed. However, the Giants can no longer count on Saquon Barkley, who departed in free agency. He has been replaced by former Bill Devin Singletary and rookie Tyrone Tracy. Additionally, #4 overall draft pick Malik Nabers provides Jones with an elite pass-catching target for the first time in his career.

    Questions remain about the offensive line. The depth chart still lists Evan Neal at right tackle, a position where he struggled in 2023, earning a low PFF grade of 39.8. The OL does not appear significantly improved for 2024, despite the additions of Jermaine Eluemunor and Jon Runyan in free agency. Eluemunor started 17 games at right tackle for the Raiders in 2023, yet Neal is still penciled in at RT.

    Looking ahead to the 2025 Draft, if HC Brian Daboll can turn the Giants' fortunes around in 2024, defensive line and cornerback should be top targets based on the team's free agency outlook in 2025.
    4 Arizona
    Luther Burden III
    Missouri
    WR
    Reach/Value:
    2
    Height:
    5'11"
    Weight:
    208
    Luther Burden III NFL Draft photo
    The Cards draft was a little surprising in that GM Monti Ossenfort split the 12 picks equally between offense and defense. On the D, three early picks targeted the secondary (Max Melton, Elijah Jones, Dadrion Taylor-Demerson). Secondary was certainly a need, though more help for the front -7 was expected.

    On the offense, the picks were spread all over. Two picks targeted the depleted WR ranks, though we expected that the team would spend an additional top-100 pick toward receiver, beyond the #4 overall for Marvin Harrison Jr.

    It would be great if sophomore WR Michael Wilson could improve to earn the starters' role that he currently inhabits by default, following the departures of Hollywood Brown and Rondale Moore. Wilson notched a decent rookie season with 38 catches for 565 yards, dropping just 1 ball in 58 targets. Ossenfort brought in veteran Zay Jones and a couple other depth pieces, but nothing will stop opposing defenses from overloading oh MHJr and forcing QB Kyler Murray into scrambling.

    5 Denver
    Travis Hunter
    Colorado
    CB
    Reach/Value:
    -5
    Height:
    6'1"
    Weight:
    185
    Travis Hunter NFL Draft photo
    Denver's roster has been through quite the makeover across the past several offseasons, and that will probably continue as they look to climb themselves back into AFC West contention. The Broncos are officially on to the Bo Nix chapter and with that should come some growing pains. The question is "what will be this team's identity"?.

    Sean Payton has put a lot of responsibility on his quarterback's shoulders but there have also been years where his offenses were very balanced. With a rookie quarterback (that was the sixth QB off the board), I would expect to see this run game featured, meaning Javonte Williams, Samaje Perine and the freshly-drafted Audric Estime must be on top of their game for this unit to thrive. On defense, Vance Joseph's teams have always been hard-nosed groups that play with a ton of intensity.

    There isn't much home-grown talented on their roster, after five of Denver's 2024 draft picks were spent on the offensive side. That is why I am currently leaning defense this far from the 2025 NFL Draft. Plus, the mile-high faithful will feel a lot better pairing Hunter with Patrick Surtain to take on Patrick Mahomes and Justin Herbert twice a year.

    ~Austin Smith, DraftTek Senior Analyst
    6 Washington
    Kelvin Banks Jr.
    Texas
    OT
    Reach/Value:
    -1
    Height:
    6'4"
    Weight:
    324
    Kelvin Banks Jr. NFL Draft photo
    After failing to grab new franchise quarterback Jayden Daniels a blindside protector in the 2024 Draft, Washington wastes no time grabbing a left tackle in 2025. One would hope that a pick this high in the 2025 Draft doesn't speak to bad signs when it comes to Daniels, but is more about a roster that needs to be rebuilt. Assuming the reigning Heisman Trophy winner looks the part in the fall, an OT will be a top priority next offseason.

    For this season it seems the Commanders (hopefully I won't have to type that name too many more times?) are content rolling with Cornelius Lucas at LT with the possibility of third-round tackle Brandon Coleman stepping into the position. Most, however, believe that Coleman will eventually settle in at guard, leaving Dan Quinn and Co. deep at guard and weak at both tackle positions. Don't be surprised if Adam Peters targets two new OTs next spring.

    -Kennedy Paynter, Senior Draft Analyst (@Kennedy_Paynter on Twitter)
    7 New Orleans
    Mason Graham
    Michigan
    DL3T
    Reach/Value:
    -2
    Height:
    6'3"
    Weight:
    318
    Mason Graham NFL Draft photo
    Due to a predicted sub-par season, the Saints earn a solid position in this mock draft... What is peculiar about this prediction is that the Saints had one of the easier schedules last season. The team's opponents owned a .433 winning percentage. Since 2001, only 13 other teams faced an easier schedule. And the black-and-gold did have some nice accomplishments last season. The team excelled in the turnover battle, finishing 3rd best in the NFL with a +11 in turnover margin. Plus, despite all the criticism thrust upon him, Derek Carr had the 2nd lowest INT rate of his career (1.5 percent) and his 7 fumbles were the 3rd lowest total of his career... Yet, the Saints failed to make the playoffs.

    A Top-10 pick could not come at a better time. The 2024 Saints will be old and expensive. Due to management decisions to hold on to players, the team now has a roster filled with older veterans approaching the tail ends of their careers. The Saints have 27 players hitting free agency in 2025. ... There is a need at every basically position.

    ~DatBudMan, Saints Analyst
    8 Las Vegas
    Jalen Milroe
    Alabama
    QB
    Reach/Value:
    2
    Height:
    6'2"
    Weight:
    220
    Jalen Milroe NFL Draft photo
    Can the AP magic continue in his first full season as a HC? Beyond winning games, the fiery new coach unleashed young talent on the roster including Zamir White (99.3 ypg and 4.7 ypc last 4 games), Tre Tucker (8 touches for 116 yards over last 2 games), and Malcolm Koonce (6 sacks over last 4 games after only 2 sacks in his first 2 seasons). Additionally, he revitalized the career of Jack Jones, turned Thayer Munford into a long-term starter, reignited the promise initially seen in Tre'von Moehrig, and turned Robert Spillane from journeyman to defensive standout.

    The impact Pierce made on the careers of his players was immense in Year 1, and, if it carries over to Year 2, the Raiders could be a surprise team in the league. Still, the lack of elite signal caller is likely to be the limiting factor of this team. Being able to throw to Brock Bowers, Michael Mayer, Davante Adams, Jakobi Meyers, Tre Tucker, and Michael Gallup should help mask the deficiencies of Garner Minshew or Aidan O'Connell, but, for the Raiders to ever bring a ring back to Vegas, a major upgrade at sports' premium position is a glaring need.

    9 Tennessee
    Malaki Starks
    Georgia
    S
    Reach/Value:
    -4
    Height:
    6'1"
    Weight:
    205
    Malaki Starks NFL Draft photo
    I was surprised when the Tennessee Titans didn't address their need at safety during the 2024 NFL Draft. I like Amani Hooker, but he didn't have a great season this year and Elijah Molden was straight up bad. If Molden has a similar year this season, GM Ran Carthon will look to find his replacement early in the 2025 Draft. This is all assuming that QB Will Levis takes steps forward this season. If Levis fails to progress, of course we would expect Tennessee to target their QB of the future.

    With the upgrades at WR and OT, it's a make or break year for Levis. In this mock we shall optimistically assume that Levis takes the next step, and the Titans select the top safety in the 2025 NFL Draft - Malaki Starks out of Georgia!

    Starks has great size and athleticism rarely seen at the safety position. He's also stout against the run. Starks has all the tools that make scouts drool; another standout season in 2024 and you should see him drafted early on in RD1.

    Jonah Anderson, Senior Drafttek Analyst
    10 Atlanta
    Will Johnson
    Michigan
    CB
    Reach/Value:
    5
    Height:
    6'2"
    Weight:
    202
    Will Johnson NFL Draft photo
    The Atlanta Falcons' offense is poised for a breakout in 2024 after two dormant years under former HC Arthur Smith. New HC Raheem Morris brings in Zac Robinson as OC. The Falcons signed one of the biggest free agents, QB Kirk Cousins, to a 4-year, $180M contract to solidify the most QB position. Cousins was having a Pro Bowl-caliber season before his Achilles tear, with 18 TDs and 5 INTs. Atlanta also drafted QB Michael Penix Jr. with the eighth overall pick, one that was highly scrutinized given the team's more pressing defensive needs.




    Defensively, the front seven has major question marks. There was a glaring lack of depth at the D-Line position prior to the draft, but the team used four of their eight total draft picks on the position to address this gaping hole. The starters consist of veterans Grady Jarrett and David Onyemata, along with promising 2023 third-round pick Zach Harrison at edge rusher that they hope can take a huge leap in 2024.

    Looking ahead to the 2025 Draft, the secondary is the team's strength. However, it faces a dilemma, as star CB AJ Terrell is set to become a UFA in 2025. Terrell has 247 tackles and 43 pass breakups since being selected in the first round in 2020. It's hard to replace that production, but they can address this need at CB early in RD 1.

    The WR2 spot opposite WR1 Drake London should be a focus. Rondale Moore was acquired via trade from the Cardinals, but is on the last year of his rookie contract in 2024. Darnell Mooney signed a 3-year free agent contract, but has a potential out in 2026. With another strong WR class expected, the Falcons could look to this position to complement London. Lastly, edge rusher is still a major need on this team. Luckily, this position is one of, if not, the strongest position group next cycle.
    11 Indianapolis
    Benjamin Morrison
    Notre Dame
    CB
    Reach/Value:
    -3
    Height:
    6'0"
    Weight:
    185
    Benjamin Morrison NFL Draft photo
    The Colts had a really solid draft in April; it actually looks better in the cold light of day than it did at the time. Laiatu Latu and Adonai Mitchell could be seen as risky picks, but their potential is off the charts. It still seems odd that Latu was the first defensive player selected. Indy had three RD5 picks and I think all of them could contribute early. I especially like the flexibility that Jaylon Carlies, selected 151 overall, brings to the defense; keep an eye on him.

    Anthony Richardson is back at practice and, seemingly, without any injury-related restrictions. Richardson will need to be at full speed by Week 1 when C.J. Stroud's Texans visit Lucas Oil Stadium. The Colts tough start to the season continues when they visit Green Bay in Week 2. The bye week arrives in Week 14, which is later than ideal. Indy scored only one primetime game (Week 11 at the Jets.) Hopefully the Colts can quietly make a run at the playoffs away from the glare of the bright lights.

    - David Payne, DraftTek Senior Analyst
    12 LA Chargers
    Princely Umanmielen
    Ole Miss
    EDGE
    Reach/Value:
    -6
    Height:
    6'4"
    Weight:
    245
    Princely Umanmielen NFL Draft photo
    The LA Chargers have been dragging their fans up and down a maddening two-year cycle of showing enough talent and promise to raise hopes, then falling apart in every agonizing way to let those hopes come crashing down. This year, the hope is that celebrity coach Jim Harbaugh will get the promise and the performance to align in a smooth, upward arc. It's Justin Herbert's team, with star power elsewhere like safety Derwin James, edge rushers Khalil Mack and Joey Bosa, and OT Rashwan Slater. Harbaugh was able to yank an underperforming 49ers roster into a 7-win improvement a decade ago, and long-suffering Bolts fans hope he has another of those up his sleeve.

    The outcome of this regime change will have a huge impact on the Chargers' draft priorities. To begin with, going from 5 to 12 wins would move the team from a lottery pick to the mid-20s. And it figures that various current stars will either jell or chafe at Harbaugh's rah-rah routine, which will then impact team needs for 2025. One thread that makes sense on multiple levels, though, is that Harbaugh will use premium draft capital to build up front - on both sides of the ball. With Bosa a high injury risk and Mack in his mid-30s, it figures that young pass rushing talent will be a priority. Regardless, it promises to be a fascinating watch!

    -- Jud Branam, Chargers Analyst
    13 Chicago
    Deone Walker
    Kentucky
    DL1T
    Reach/Value:
    -4
    Height:
    6'5"
    Weight:
    348
    Deone Walker NFL Draft photo
    It already seems an age ago that Chicago selected Caleb Williams with the first pick of the Draft. The former USC star looks comfortable in a Bears' uniform, but he's had predictable ups and downs at OTAs. Williams may be a generational talent, but patience is still required with the rookie QB. Rome Odunze has, literally, had a more painful introduction to the team with hamstring problems shortening his participation at rookie minicamp. Odunze should be back soon and then fully able to make an impact in the regular season.

    Unfortunately, I don't have much of an update on how Australian punter Tory Taylor is kicking. I can't say I'm a fan of selecting a punter in a draft where you only have 5 picks, but if Taylor improves on the 46.1 average Trenton Gill managed in 2023, we're all good. That seems a stretch, but Taylor is purported to specialize in coffin-corner work. Whilst we're on the subject of special teams, how about Velus Jones Jr. making even more of an impact as a returner under the new kickoff rules. Over the period of Jones' first two seasons in the league, he ranks second with an average of 27.4 yards per return.

    - David Payne, DraftTek Senior Analyst
    14 Seattle
    Shedeur Sanders
    Colorado
    QB
    Reach/Value:
    6
    Height:
    6'2"
    Weight:
    215
    Shedeur Sanders NFL Draft photo
    Seahawks brass have not committed to their somewhat-good 33-yo QB Geno Smith, adding Sam Howell via trade with the Commanders as a just-in-case. Both are contracted to be with the team for two more seasons, after which GM John Schneider hopes to have a true QBOTF decision made.

    It's probably folly here to mock a QB to the team - they've never shown desperation in picking a QB in any Draft in recent memory, unless you count Bo Callahan from the 2014 Movie Draft Day. But there's a distinct possibility the QB will be a need by the time the 2025 Draft rolls around.

    If not QB then what? DT and OT are likely candidates. The Seahawks have had trouble stopping the run in recent years. In 2023, Seattle surrendered 2352 rushing yards at a 4.6 YPC clip - both bottom-5 stats. The team added Byron Murphy in RD1 of the 2024 Draft, but more talented beef up front will help. On the perimiter of the OL, odds are that the team won't offer LT Charles Cross (2022 RD1) a 5th-year option. And Abe Lucas (2023 RD1) can't seem to shake a chronic knee injury. So much for the bookend tackles. Next mock we'll see what the Drafttek SIM dredges up at one of these spots.
    15 Tampa Bay
    Wyatt Milum
    West Virginia
    OT
    Reach/Value:
    -4
    Height:
    6'6"
    Weight:
    312
    Wyatt Milum NFL Draft photo
    Much thru the decade of the 20-teens, the Bucs lack of a pass-rush engendered frustration among coaches and fans alike. All efforts to address the edge-rush position failed - until Shaq Barrett moseyed onto the scene in 2019. The pass-rush was good since then, but never among the elite. In 2023, The Bucs D produced 48 sacks - good for 7th in the NFL.

    But Barrett has aged-out, and is now wrapping up his career with Fins. GM Jason Licht has added a Day-2 EDGE option often in recent years (2024 Chris Braswell, 2023 Yaya Diaby, 2019 Anthony Nelson), and also near Day-2 Joe Tryon-Shoyinka at 2020 RD1-32.

    Nelson and JTS will hit the streets of free agency in 2025, with Licht declining to pick up JTS' 5th-year option. Edge should again be a target early on in the 2025 Draft. Diaby had a decent rookie debut in 2023, and will be counted on to improve. His 9 sacks looks great, but his pass-rush win rate of 12.2% is uninspiring - 6th among rookie edge defenders. Still, we need to be pleasantly surprised with Diaby's first year. But the team will need more than Yaya and unproven rookie Braswell.

    WR could also be a high draft target in 2025. Godwin will be FA again in 2025, and Mike Evans in 2026. But here were going with OT Wyatt Milum. The team is again fielding Tristan Wirfs and Luke Goedeke on the OL perimeter. Goedeke did an admiral job handling the RT spot in 2023 (72.5 PFF), though the 31 pressure was higher than you'd like to see. Still, another year like 2023 from Goedeke will make him an attractive poaching target in FA.
    16 Jacksonville
    Denzel Burke
    Ohio State
    CB
    Reach/Value:
    -8
    Height:
    6'1"
    Weight:
    190
    Denzel Burke NFL Draft photo
    The Jags receiving corps doesn't look as strong as in previous seasons, at least at the outset. The team replaced free agency loss Calvin Ridley with Gabe Davis. Davis failed to step it up in 2023 while with the Bills, following a monster finish to the 2022 season. Davis did haul in 7 TDs in 2023, but caught just 45 balls in 78 targets, with 4 drops. All his 4-year career Davis has had issues with drops, counting 20 for a 9.8% drop rate. Still, as with Christian Kirk, the Jags overpaid. If Kirk can return to his 2022 form (99 catches, 10TD), and Davis thrives in his new environment, they could becaome a respectable combo.

    The team drafted Brian Thomas in RD1. But Thomas played in the shadow on Malik Nabers at LSU, we'll learn soon enough if he's got NFL WR1 chops.

    Turning to the 2025 Draft, GM Trent Baalke is facing free agency for OTs Cam Robinson and Walker Little. The team has modest cap space for 2025 ($22M) and may bring back Robinson on another go with the team. In this our first mock draft of the 2025 cycle, CB Denzel Burke is the target. The team lost their top 2023 cover corner Darious Williams to the Rams, and will lose another starter, Tyson Campbell, to free agency in 2025. The Jags drafted athletic Jarrian Jones in RD3 of the 2024 Draft, his progress could dictate the target of the 2025 RD1 pick.

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    O/A Rank Big 10 Conference
    Top-30 Players
    Psn
    5 Will Johnson
    Michigan
    CB
    9 Mason Graham
    Michigan
    DL3T
    12 Drew Allar
    Penn State
    QB
    17 Emeka Egbuka
    Ohio State
    WR
    22 J.T. Tuimoloau
    Ohio State
    EDGE
    25 Denzel Burke
    Ohio State
    CB
    26 Kenneth Grant
    Michigan
    DL1T
    29 Dani Dennis-Sutton
    Penn State
    EDGE
    30 Tyleik Williams
    Ohio State
    DL1T
    31 TreVeyon Henderson
    Ohio State
    RB
    33 Jack Sawyer
    Ohio State
    EDGE
    34 Josh Simmons
    Ohio State
    OT
    35 Colston Loveland
    Michigan
    TE
    36 Davison Igbinosun
    Ohio State
    CB
    38 Rod Moore
    Michigan
    S
    44 Luke Lachey
    Iowa
    TE
    46 Abdul Carter
    Penn State
    OLB
    47 Nic Scourton
    Purdue
    DL5T
    52 Xavier Nwankpa
    Iowa
    S
    55 Nick Singleton
    Penn State
    RB
    59 Donovan Jackson
    Ohio State
    OG
    62 Sonny Styles
    Ohio State
    OLB
    69 Jonah Monheim
    USC
    OT
    72 Bear Alexander
    USC
    DL3T
    81 Donovan Edwards
    Michigan
    RB
    88 Keon Sabb
    Michigan
    S
    90 Kevin Winston Jr.
    Penn State
    S
    92 Jack Nelson
    Wisconsin
    OT
    97 Tez Johnson
    Oregon
    WRS
    101 Ajani Cornelius
    Oregon
    OT
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    2025 NFL Mock Draft Rev 1



    Carolina
    James Pearce Jr.
    1

    Tennessee

    EDGE

    New England
    Will Campbell
    2

    LSU

    OT

    NY Giants
    Carson Beck
    3

    Georgia

    QB

    Arizona
    Luther Burden III
    4

    Missouri

    WR

    Denver
    Travis Hunter
    5

    Colorado

    CB

    Washington
    Kelvin Banks Jr.
    6

    Texas

    OT



    New Orleans
    Mason Graham
    7

    Michigan

    DL3T

    Las Vegas
    Jalen Milroe
    8

    Alabama

    QB

    Tennessee
    Malaki Starks
    9

    Georgia

    S

    Atlanta
    Will Johnson
    10

    Michigan

    CB

    Indianapolis
    Benjamin Morrison
    11

    Notre Dame

    CB

    LA Chargers
    Princely Umanmielen
    12

    Ole Miss

    EDGE

    Chicago
    Deone Walker
    13

    Kentucky

    DL1T

    Seattle
    Shedeur Sanders
    14

    Colorado

    QB

    Tampa Bay
    Wyatt Milum
    15

    West Virginia

    OT

    Jacksonville
    Denzel Burke
    16

    Ohio State

    CB

    Pittsburgh
    Tetairoa McMillan
    17

    Arizona

    WR

    Minnesota
    Kenneth Grant
    18

    Michigan

    DL1T

    Cleveland
    J.T. Tuimoloau
    19

    Ohio State

    EDGE

    NY Jets
    Drew Allar
    20

    Penn State

    QB

    LA Rams
    Emeka Egbuka
    21

    Ohio State

    WR

    Miami
    Harold Perkins Jr.
    22

    LSU

    OLB

    Green Bay
    Jack Sawyer
    23

    Ohio State

    EDGE

    Dallas
    Evan Stewart
    24

    Oregon

    WR

    Cincinnati
    Dani Dennis-Sutton
    25

    Penn State

    EDGE

    Houston
    Isaiah Bond
    26

    Alabama

    WR

    Buffalo
    Emery Jones
    27

    LSU

    OT

    Philadelphia
    Patrick Payton
    28

    Florida State

    EDGE

    Detroit
    Josh Simmons
    29

    Ohio State

    OT

    Baltimore
    Nic Scourton
    30

    Texas A&M

    DL5T

    San Francisco
    Barrett Carter
    31

    Clemson

    OLB

    Kansas City
    Tyleik Williams
    32

    Ohio State

    DL1T







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