NFL Mock Draft 2022, 3-round edition: Seahawks replace Russell Wilson; Commanders, Steelers, Buccaneers also get their QBs

Between the end of NFL Combine and the unofficial start of NFL free agency marked by the blockbuster trade of Russell Wilson from the Seahawks and the Broncos, there are lot of new factors to consider in projecting the picks for the 2022 NFL Draft. 

There’s more clarity on what teams need and what they’re thinking to try to upgrade their rosters come April 29. To celebrate all the movement, Sporting News is expanding its mock draft to three rounds to provide more insight into the possible selections for every team on the first two nights.

Here’s a breakdown from No. 1 to No. 103 overall, with quarterbacks suddenly getting a lot more buzz and love early:

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NFL Mock Draft 2022

Round 1

1. Jacksonville Jaguars (3-14)

  • Aidan Hutchinson, EDGE, Michigan (6-6, 260 pounds)

The Jaguars should consider bringing back offensive tackle Cam Robinson through some avenue to keep him in pass protection in front of Trevor Lawrence. That would clear the decks for them to take the best defensive player available. Hutchinson stands out with relentless pass-rushing but also has shown a well-rounded game to handle all the duties of new coordinator Mike Caldwell’s Buccaneers-modeled 3-4.

2. Detroit Lions (3-13-1)

  • Kyle Hamilton, S, Notre Dame (6-4, 220 pounds)

The Lions also should think about impact playmaker for their defensive coordinator, Aaron Glenn. The former star defensive back should appreciate what all the unique Hamilton can do for a secondary, an extra thumper to help the linebacker corps and a solid extra inside cover man with a nose for the ball.

3. Houston Texans (4-13)

  • Evan Neal, OT, Alabama (6-7, 337 pounds)

The Texans should be looking to dump Laremy Tunsil’s gaudy contract and that would leave a big void on their offensive line in front of whoever’s quarterbacking and running the ball for them in 2022. Neal is more of a pure left tackle than Ickey Ekwonu, so that could tilt the choice toward him.

4. New York Jets (4-13)

  • Kayvon Thibodeaux, EDGE, Oregon (6-4, 254 pounds)

The Jets should be thrilled if Thibodeaux slips here to become the explosive cornerstone pass-rusher for coach Robert Saleh, which will remind him of having Nick Bosa powering his defense in San Francisco. This makes great sense as the follow-up high first-rounder to quarterback Zach Wilson.

5. New York Giants (4-13)

  • Ickey Ekwonu, OT/G, NC State (6-4, 310 pounds)

The Giants, as expected, just removed the hefty contract of right tackle Nate Solder from the books and here’s their direct replacement for him opposite Andrew Thomas. New GM Joe Schoen needs to upgrade the offensive line well for new coach Brian Daboll, regardless of who’s the quarterback.

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6. Carolina Panthers

  • Charles Cross, OT, Mississippi State (6-5, 307 pounds)

The Panthers may opt to not to take a quarterback early and instead address their biggest offensive weakness overall. Cross is a similar strength-power prospect to Ekwonu with his own mean and nasty blocking style. He has untapped upside with his footwork and agility.

7. New York Giants (from Chicago Bears)

  • David Ojabo, EDGE, Michigan (6-4, 250 pounds)

The Giants can think about loading up on their offensive line or they could use their second high first-rounder to get their classic impact pass-rusher. Ojabo, once raw, has risen fast up boards along his former teammate Hutchinson because of his relentless, explosive style.

8. Atlanta Falcons (7-10)

  • Derek Stingley Jr., CB, LSU (6-1, 195 pounds)

The Falcons have found a gem at cornerback in A.J. Terrell but could use another dynamic playmaker for the back end of Dean Pees’ 3-4 pressure defense. They also will be ready to land Hamilton, but either way they should be ecstatic to upgrade their secondary with a can’t-miss well-rounded player.

9. Seattle Seahawks (from Denver Broncos)

  • Malik Willis, QB, Liberty (6-0, 219 pounds)

Willis proved he should be a top-10 pick for a QB needy team, which the Seahawks suddenly after the blockbuster Russell Wilson trade that yielded this pick in return. Willis can be their new version of Wilson with strong arm, fine athleticism and overall toughness.

10. New York Jets (from Seattle Seahawks)

  • Sauce Gardner, CB, Cincinnati (6-2, 190 pounds)

Saleh, should Thibodeaux land in New York to be his next Bosa, can also get his version of Richard Sherman on the field in this nasty, fearless and now extremely speedy cover man.

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11. Washington Commanders (7-10)

The Commanders need to be thinking quarterback after losing out on the Wilson sweepstakes and needing a legitimate potential long-term upgrade vs. another veteran bridge. Pickett has the right solid all-around arm, accuracy, makeup and athleticism to fare well in Scott Turner’s system.

12. Minnesota Vikings (8-9)

  • Travon Walker, EDGE, Georgia (6-5, 272 pounds)

Walker is versatile and explosive. He can line up anywhere on Minnesota’s front for new defensive coordinator Ed Donatell and can be downright disruptive. The Vikings have some outside issues with end Everson Griffin and linebackers Nick Vigil and Anthony Barr unsigned.

13. Cleveland Browns (8-9)

  • Garrett Wilson, WR, Ohio State (5-11, 183 pounds)

Wilson, who went to the same high school as Baker Mayfield, can be a big-needed No. 1 wideout boost to the struggling QB with his smarts, quickness, route-running and hands. He’s a little more complete than former teammate Chris Olave, which gives a little more appeal for the Columbus to Cleveland jump.

14. Baltimore Ravens (8-9)

  • Tyler Linderbaum, C, Iowa (6-2, 296 pounds)

The Ravens are looking for an interior stud and should focus on center with Kevin Zeitler serving well as right guard and Bradley Bozeman headed into free agency. Linderbaum, who has been working with former Iowa star turned Ravens legend Marshal Yanda, would be ideal inside.

15. Philadelphia Eagles (from Miami Dolphins)

  • Chris Olave, WR, Ohio State (6-0, 187 pounds)

The Eagles look like they hit on DeVonta Smith but they already made a big speed and quickness whiff on Jalen Reagor in the first round. They can make amends by getting the polished and smooth Olave to play off Smith and take the passing game to a much higher level with Jalen Hurts.

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16. Philadelphia Eagles (from Indianapolis Colts)

  • George Karlaftis, EDGE, Purdue (6-4, 266 pounds)

The Eagles have some issues at defensive end with Brandon Graham coming off a torn Achilles’ at 33, Josh Sweat being ineffective and Derek Barnett heading into free agency. They can put this different “Greek freak” in green to boost their four-man front.

17. Los Angeles Chargers (9-8)

  • Jordan Davis, DT, Georgia (6-6, 340 pounds)

The Chargers need to upgrade their run defense big time. Their entire front three struggled in that capacity. Coach Brandon Staley was used to having Aaron Donald as his 3-4 linchpin with the other Los Angeles team. Davis is a massive player who disrupts plays with great quickness for his size.

18. New Orleans Saints (9-8)

  • Trevor Penning, OT, Northern Iowa (6-7, 325 pounds)

The Saints may be thinking differently about QB, such as brining Jameis Winston back, and wide receiver isn’t so big of an issue with Michael Thomas back in the fold. Penning, strong and powerful, has wowed with athleticism of late and is a no-brainer to replace free agent Terron Armstead opposite Ryan Ramczyk.

19. Philadelphia Eagles (9-8)

  • Nakobe Dean, LB, Georgia (5-11, 229 pounds)

The Eagles also need to reinforce their defense as part of their three first-rounders and should they go offensive line in Green a pick before, Dean would be more of an immediate-impact choice than going for depth at either end or tackle. Dean was the active playmaking leader of the Bulldogs’ national championship defense and can fit anywhere alongside T.J. Edwards, most likely upgrading from Genard Avery on the strong side.

20. Pittsburgh Steelers (9-7-1)

  • Desmond Ridder, QB, Cincinnati (6-3, 211 pounds)

The Steelers cannot mess around with Mason Rudolph or limited bridge options such as Mitchell Trubisky. They could think offensive line here, but Ridder’s experience, leadership, strong arm and sometimes dazzling athleticism provides the ideal makeup for Mike Tomlin’s next playmaking leader to replace Ben Roethlisberger.

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21. New England Patriots (10-7)

  • Jameson Williams, WR, Alabama (6-1, 179 pounds)

The Patriots, should Wilson and Olave be gone, shouldn’t hesitate to reunite Williams with Mac Jones, much the Dolphins getting Jaylen Waddle for Tua Tagovailoa and the Eagles getting Smith for Hurts. Williams is a big playmaker with the technical route-running skills and hands the Patriots like.

22. Las Vegas Raiders (10-7)

  • Devin Lloyd, LB, Utah (6-3, 237 pounds)

The Raiders have been an absolute mess on the second level as they have tried to address their issues with several players inside and outside. New GM Dave Ziegler, with his experience in New England, should appreciate how Lloyd can do everything well from sideline to sideline, upfield to downfield.

23. Arizona Cardinals (11-6)

  • Jermaine Johnson II, EDGE, Florida State (6-5, 254 pounds)

The Cardinals will have a hard time re-signing Chandler Jones so this would be a nice pivot to maintain the strength of their pass rush. Johnson has flashed some welcome freakish qualities but more have gotten to see the all-around substance to his game.

24. Dallas Cowboys (12-5)

  • Kenyon Green, G, Texas A&M (6-4, 323 pounds)

The Cowboys may need to let Connor Williams leave in free agency and Green would be the ideal strong and athleticism replacement for their scheme to support Tyler Biadasz and Zack Martin inside.

25. Buffalo Bills (11-6)

  • Trent McDuffie, CB, Washington (5-10, 193 pounds)

The Bills have a good No. 2 corner to Tre’Davious White in Levi Wallace, but Wallace is a free agent and White will be coming off a torn ACL for his Age 27 season. With limited weaknesses as Super Bowl contenders, they should look for a direct replacement for Wallace outside. McDuffie can offer great explosiveness and quickness for Sean McDermott and Leslie Frazier.

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26. Tennessee Titans (12-5)

  • Treylon Burks, WR, Arkansas (6-2, 225 pounds)

The Titans have gotten great returns from a similarly built prospect in A.J. Brown so they should mind another strong body to complement him in the receiving corps, a much needed true young No. 2 for Ryan Tannehill.

27. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (13-4)

  • Carson Strong, QB, Nevada (6-3, 226 pounds)

The Buccaneers cannot go into 2022 with 2021 second-rounder Kyle Trask as their best QB option and they can pull off an early surprise by taking Strong ahead of Matt Corral as the fourth first-rounder at the position. Strong is a better fit for the downfield passing game of Bruce Arians and Byron Lefwich with his strong frame and strong arm and more traditional pocket presence.

28. Green Bay Packers (13-4)

  • Jahan Dotson, WR, Penn State (5-10, 178 pounds)

Now that Aaron Rodgers will return as their starting quarterback in 2022 and Davante Adams will be re-signed in some form as their dominant No, 1, the Packers need to add a vertical big-play threat with great speed to replace another free agent, Marquez Valdes-Scantling. Dotson is the ideal blazer to connect with Rodgers’ big arm.

29. Miami Dolphins (from San Francisco 49ers)

  • Drake London, WR, USC (6-4, 219 pounds)

The Dolphins need a big target to boost Tagovailoa playing off the shorter, quicker Waddle and bringing in London’s size, speed and catch radius would be ideal.

30. Kansas City Chiefs

  • Boye Mafe, EDGE, Minnesota (6-3, 261 pounds)

Mafe has been an astronomical riser because of recent showcases of his explosiveness as a pass rusher with top-flight athleticism. With Melvin Ingram and tackles Jarran Reed and Derrick Nnadi as free agents, the Chiefs are set to need more support for Chris Jones and Frank Clark.

31. Cincinnati Bengals (10-7)

  • Andrew Booth Jr., CB, Clemson (6-0, 194 pounds)

The Bengals have Chidobe Awuzie and Mike Hilton at cornerback but need to keep building young depth there after seeing Eli Apple’s struggles in coverage. Booth’s size, strength and aggressive would give them more big-play potential on the back end.

32. Detroit Lions (from Los Angeles Rams)

  • Matt Corral, QB, Ole Miss (6-1, 212 pounds)

After getting Hamilton as the cornerstone for their defense early in the first round, the Lions should turn their attention toward addressing franchise QB. Corral makes the most sense here with Ridder off the board.

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Round 2

33. Jacksonville Jaguars

  • Devonte Wyatt, DT/DE, Georgia (6-3, 304 pounds)

The Jaguars can keep thinking defensive front here and they could suddenly be a lot stronger with Wyatt and Hutchinson anchoring the pressure and run stopping for Caldwell.

34. Detroit Lions

  • John Metchie III, WR, Alabama (5-11, 187 pounds)

The Lions could also think more defense here but it’s also not bad to add an extra weapon for their QB, in this case the young Corral. Metchie’s field-stretching ways would fit well with D’Andre Swfit, Amon-Ra St. Brown and T.J. Hockenson.

35. New York Jets 

  • Jaquan Brisker, S, Penn State (6-1, 200 pounds)

Saleh, after getting Thibodeaux and Lloyd to upgrade his defense in the first round, can then call for the Jets to get a well-rounded ace cover safety to replace free agent Marcus Maye.

36. New York Giants 

  • Lewis Cine, S, Georgia (6-1, 200 pounds)

The Giants need to replace ineffective free agent Jabrill Peppers with an actual impact player for the back seven. Cine can smack around players and intimidate, but he also has underrated coverage skills along with ace athleticism.

37. Houston Texans

  • Roger McCreary, CB, Auburn (5-11, 190 pounds)

The Texans need help on the back end of their defense with some size, aggressiveness and physicality in coverage. McCreary would fit the need nicely for Lovie Smith.

38. New York Jets (from Panthers)

  • Daniel Faalele, OT, Minnesota (6-8, 384 pounds)

The Jets can go for their offensive line here after going defense thrice to start the draft to get an incredibly big, strong and athletic Australian who can complement Mekhi Becton well.

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39. Chicago Bears

  • Kaiir Elam, CB, Florida (6-2, 191 pounds)

The Bears were terrible at cornerback away from young rising star Jaylon Johnson and need to add a solid coverage option for new defensive-minded head coach Matt Eberflus. Elam has nice size, strength and length to be efficient vs. wide receivers.

40. Seattle Seahawks (from Denver Broncos)

  • Kyler Gordon, CB, Washington (5-11, 194 pounds)

Gordon doesn’t need to go far should this pick go down as his size, physicality and aggressiveness would be fits in what Pete Carroll wants in a corner.

41. Seattle Seahawks

  • Daxton Hill, S, Michigan (6-0, 191 pounds)

Jamal Adams has been a letdown and Quandre Diggs is a free agent. The Seahawks shouldn’t mind going back-to-back for the secondary to get Hill’s speed, quickness, smarts and instincts on the field for them.

42. Washington Commanders

  • Zion Johnson, G/OT, Boston College (6-3, 312 pounds)

Johnson’s power inside run blocking will be a good fit in replacing free agent right guard Brandon Scherff.

43. Atlanta Falcons

  • Perrion Winfrey, DT, Oklahoma (6-4, 290 pounds)

The Falcons need some more backfield disruption next to Grady Jarrett and this would be a good follow-up pick for Pees to make the front stronger and nastier inside. Winfrey rose up boards during the Senior Bowl to settle as a high second-rounder.

44. Cleveland Browns

  • Myjaj Sanders, EDGE, Cincinnati (6-5, 228 pounds)

With Jadeveon Clowney likely to walk as a free agent after one year opposite Myles Garrett, the Browns should go after another freakish defensive end after addressing wide receiver in the first round. Sanders starred down the road for the Bearcats and can polish up into a complete player in time.

45. Baltimore Ravens

  • Bernhard Raimann, OT, Central Michigan (6-6, 303 pounds)

The Ravens struggled with Ronnie Stanley hurt as they had to resort to playing worn-down Alejandro Villaneuva in a major role. Raimann is a rock who can help them overpower teams from the right side.

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46. Minnesota Vikings

  • Christian Watson, WR, North Dakota State (6-4, 208 pounds)

You betcha the Vikings can look to Fargo for someone who boost Justin Jefferson and Adam Thielen as an outside size-speed prospect to take advantage of Kirk Cousins’ big arm in Kevin O’Connell’s offense. Watson is rising fast after putting on a freak show at the Combine.

47. Indianapolis Colts

  • Trey McBride, TE, Colorado State (6-4, 246 pounds)

The Colts just saw Jack Doyle retire and given tight end is such an important part of Frank Reich’s offense, he can try to get his version of Zach Ertz in the most well-rounded prospect in the class.

48. Los Angeles Chargers

  • Jalen Wydermyer, TE, Texas A&M (6-3, 255 pounds)

The Chargers are unlikely to bring back Jared Cook as an aging free agent and need to get Justin Herbert another mismatch-creating downfield weapon. Here’s a dynamic receiver who can also help as a physical run blocker.

49. New Orleans Saints

  • Jalen Pitre, S/CB, Baylor (5-11, 198 pounds)

Pitre is a versatile cover man as a hybrid inside because he’s adept in coverage and can also play bigger as a tackle. This unique prospect would be a great chess piece for Dennis Allen to replace Marcus Williams.

50. Miami Dolphins

  • Kenneth Walker III, RB, Michigan State (5-9, 212 pounds)

The Dolphins’ backfield was in bad shape at the end of last season given they had to restort to Duke Johnson Jr. as their best option. Enough is enough. McDaniel can also see a big upgrade here after going for McBride to boost from Gesicki in the first round.

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51. Philadelphia Eagles

  • Darian Kinnard, G, OT, Kentucky (6-5, 322 pounds)

The Eagles need to consider interior line with a replacement for retired Brandon Brooks and can afford to address guard after going wide receiver, edge rusher and linebacker in the first round.

52. Pittsburgh Steelers

  • Christian Harris, LB, Alabama (6-0, 226 pounds)

The Steelers got their quarterback in Ridder in this mock in Round 1 so they can focus on taking care of a leader for their defense who can help clean up plenty on the second level, especially against the run.

53. Las Vegas Raiders

  • Arnold Ebikete, EDGE, Penn State (6-2, 250 pounds)

The Raiders need to get stronger in their pass-rush rotation to support Maxx Crosby and Ebikete would be a explosive situation complement at first.

54. New England Patriots

  • Drake Jackson, EDGE, USC (6-3, 254 pounds)

The Patriots, in the wake of releasing Kyle Van Noy, should be all about landing another versatile pass rusher for Bill Belichick after going for wide receiver in Round 1.

55. Arizona Cardinals

  • Breece Hall, RB, Iowa State (5-11, 217 pounds)

The Cardinals can replace free agents James Conner and Chase Edmonds with this complete big-play runner who can complement Kyler Murray well.

56. Dallas Cowboys

  • DeMarvin Leal, DT/DE, Texas A&M (6-4, 283 pounds)

The Cowboys can double up on Aggies to address issues on both fronts. Leal’s versatility would be good for Dan Quinn as he can help Dallas be more disruptive overall inside.

57. Buffalo Bills

  • Logan Hall, EDGE, Houston (6-6, 283 pounds)

The Bills have a lot of free-agency issues up front, including ends Jerry Hughes and Mario Addison. Hall makes sense to give them some extra situational pass-rush pop.

58. Atlanta Falcons (from Titans)

  • George Pickens, WR, Georgia (6-3, 195 pounds)

The Falcons already got Stingley at corner and Winfrey for defensive tackle in this draft, so it’s time they use the pick from Julio Jones trade on some offensive help for Arthur Smith. Pickens can be a steal if he can shake off injuries because he’s a size-speed-physicality prospect in the Jones’ vein.

59. Green Bay Packers

  • Phidarian Mathis, DT Alabama (6-4, 310 pounds)

The Packers would be interested in Harris out of the Crimson Tide’s defense but also could be fine bolstering nose tackle Kenny Clark in their three-man front.

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60. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

  • Nik Bonitto, EDGE, Oklahoma (6-3, 248 pounds)

The Bucs found a good couple edge players in Joe Tryon-Shoyinka and Anthony Nelson but could use more pass-rush depth and coverage versatility behind Shaquil Barrett with Jason Pierre-Paul entering free agency. Bonitto is ideal for Todd Bowles’ scheme outside.

61. San Francisco 49ers

  • Marcus Jones, CB, Houston (5-8, 174 pounds)

The 49ers should overlook Jones’ size and see his potential as a Tyrann Mathieu-like active playmaker that’s needed for their secondary.

62. Kansas City Chiefs

  • David Bell, WR, Purdue (6-0, 212 pounds)

The Chiefs need to reboot the weapons some for Patrick Mahomes. Bell offers a nice-sized complement to Tyreek Hill and Travis Kelce with his physicality and underrated downfield speed outside.

63. Cincinnati Bengals

  • Nicholas Petit-Frere, OT, Ohio State (6-5, 316 pounds)

The Bengals will be on the lookout for the best value to upgrade their pass protection for Joe Burrow and after going defense in the first round, they should be down with NPF, who can start soundly at either tackle.

64. Denver Broncos (from Rams)

  • Chad Muma, LB, Wyoming (6-3, 242 pounds)

Muma is a Colorado native who also fills a nice need for the Broncos with Alexander Johnson and Josey Jewell heading into free agency, so he makes sense as the last second-round pick.

Round 3

65. Jacksonville Jaguars

  • Derion Kendrick, CB, Georgia (5-11, 194 pounds)

66. Detroit Lions

  • Cameron Thomas, EDGE, San Diego State (6-4, 267 pounds)

67. New York Giants

  • Cade Otton, TE, Washington (6-5, 247 pounds)

68. Houston Texans

  • Kingsley Enagbare, EDGE, South Carolina (6-4, 258 pounds)

69. New York Jets

  • Travis Jones, DT, Connecticut (6-4, 325 pounds)

70. Jacksonville Jaguars (from Panthers)

  • Quay Walker, LB, Georgia (6-4, 241 pounds)

71. Chicago Bears

  • Jalen Tolbert, WR, South Alabama (6-1, 194 pounds)

72. Seattle Seahawks

  • Sam Williams, EDGE, Ole Miss (6-4, 261 pounds)

73. Washington Commanders

  • Wan’Dale Robinson, WR, Kentucky (5-8, 178 pounds)

74. Atlanta Falcons

  • Channing Tindall, LB, Georgia (6-2, 230 pounds)

75. Denver Broncos

  • Jeremy Ruckert, TE, Ohio State (6-6, 252 pounds)

76. Baltimore Ravens

  • JoJo Domann, LB, Nebraska (6-1, 228 pounds)

77. Minnesota Vikings

  • Sam Howell, QB, North Carolina (6-0, 218 pounds)

78. Cleveland Browns

  • Zach Carter, DT, Florida (6-4, 282 pounds)

79. Los Angeles Chargers

  • Isaiah Spiller, RB, Texas A&M (6-0, 217 pounds)

80. Houston Texans (from Saints)

  • Zamir White, RB, Georgia (6-0, 214 pounds)

81. New York Giants (from Dolphins)

  • Max Mitchell, OT, Louisiana (6-6, 307 pounds)

82. Indianapolis Colts

  • Calvin Austin III, Memphis (5-8, 170 pounds)

83. Philadelphia Eagles

  • James Cook, RB, Georgia (5-11, 199 pounds)

84. Pittsburgh Steelers

  • Sean Rhyan, OT/G, UCLA (6-5, 321 pounds)

85. New England Patriots

  • Damone Clark, LB, LSU (6-2, 239 pounds)

86. Las Vegas Raiders 

  • Skyy Moore, WR, Western Michigan (5-10, 195 pounds)

87. Arizona Cardinals

  • Greg Dulcich, TE, UCLA (6-4, 243 pounds)

88. Dallas Cowboys

  • Nick Cross, S, Maryland (6-0, 212 pounds)

89. Buffalo Bills

  • Isaiah Likely, TE, Coastal Carolina (6-4, 245 pounds)

90. Tennessee Titans

  • Cole Strange, G, Chattanooga (6-5, 307 pounds)

91. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

  • Tyler Smith, G, Tulsa (6-5, 324 pounds)

92. Green Bay Packers

  • Charlie Kolar, TE, Iowa State (6-6, 252 pounds)

93. San Francisco 49ers

  • Dylan Parham, G, Memphis (6-3, 311 pounds)

94. Kansas City Chiefs

  • Coby Bryant, CB, Cincinnati (6-1, 193 pounds)

95. Cincinnati Bengals

  • Matthew Butler, DT, Tennessee (6-4, 297 pounds)

96. Denver Broncos (from Rams)

  • Brian Robinson, RB, Alabama (6-2, 225 pounds)

97. Detroit Lions (compensatory)

  • Mykael Wright, CB, Oregon (5-10, 173 pounds)

98. Cleveland Browns (compensatory)

  • Bailey Zappe, QB, Western Kentucky (6-0, 215 pounds)

99. Baltimore Ravens (compensatory)

  • Cam Taylor-Britt, CB, Nebraska (5-11, 196 pounds)

100. New Orleans Saints (compensatory)

  • Justyn Ross, WR, Clemson (6-4, 205 pounds)

101. Miami Dolphins (from 49ers, compensatory)

  • Thayer Munford Jr., OT, Ohio State (6-6, 328 pounds)

102. Kansas City Chiefs (compensatory)

  • Dameon Pierce, RB, Florida (5-10, 21 pounds)

103. Los Angles Rams (compensatory)

  • Josh Jobe, CB, Alabama (5-11, 182 pounds)

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