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2023 NFL Mock Draft: Final Picks, Predictions For All 7 Rounds

The Carolina Panthers are unofficially on the clock with the No. 1 overall pick as the 2023 NFL Draft approaches, but there's a star quarterback who appears to be the heavy favorite to be headed to Carolina.

New coach Frank Reich will wind up mentoring Bryce Young when the team selects the Alabama quarterback first overall. Young begins a run at the position, with five quarterbacks projected to go in the first 14 selections.

Led by T.J. McCreight, The 33rd Team Scouting Department has been hard at work evaluating the top prospects in this class. A former player personnel executive for the Philadelphia Eagles and former director of college scouting for the Indianapolis Colts, McCreight has nearly 25 years of NFL scouting experience.

He is joined in the department by three scouts:

  • Kevin Cohn, a former scouting assistant for the Jacksonville Jaguars and assistant director of player personnel for the University of Connecticut.
  • Justin Casey, who worked for the Arizona Cardinals in football administration and then as the senior player personnel executive for the Montreal Alouettes.
  • Evan Pritt, a former scouting assistant for the Eagles and former player personnel assistant for the University of Maryland.

>> Full Big Board from The 33rd Team Scouting Dept.

Note: This year's first round only has 31 picks because the Miami Dolphins forfeited their selection for tampering with Tom Brady.

Editor's Note: After publish, the Green Bay Packers finalized a deal sending Aaron Rodgers, picks no. 15 and no. 170 to the New York Jets for picks no. 13, no. 42, no. 207 and a conditional 2024 second-round pick (that becomes a first-round pick if Rodgers plays 65 percent of plays).

The 33rd Team 2023 Final Mock Draft

 1. Carolina Panthers


Bryce Young, QB, Alabama

The Carolina Panthers land their franchise quarterback in Young (scouting report). Head coach Frank Reich completes an offensive overhaul for the Panthers, who have added Miles Sanders, DJ Chark, Adam Thielen, Hayden Hurst, Austin Corbett and Bradley Bozeman this offseason. There are serious questions about Young's size, but there are not any questions about his instincts, quick mind and football intelligence.

>> READ: Why Young Can Transcend Size Concerns

  2. Houston Texans

Will Levis, QB, Kentucky

The Houston Texans stay at No. 2 and are able to land Levis (scouting report) to lead their offense for years to come. In a game of big men, the 6-foot-4 Levis has the size and strength to get through the grind of an NFL season. 

>>Polian: Levis Lacks Consistent Mechanics

3. Indianapolis Colts


  • Indianapolis receives: 1-3
  • Arizona receives: 1-4, 2-35

C.J. Stroud, QB, Ohio State

The Indianapolis Colts give up pick No. 35 to move up one spot and take Stroud (scouting report). The Colts have been looking for a franchise quarterback ever since Andrew Luck retired; they hope to have found him in Stroud, who has the arm strength, size and athletic ability teams look for in quarterbacks.

  4. Arizona Cardinals


Will Anderson, Edge, Alabama

The Arizona Cardinals make Anderson (scouting report) the first defensive player off the board. Arizona has a lot of needs, but the selection of Anderson should help ease the loss of pass-rush great J.J. Watt. Anderson can be a core player on the Cardinals' defense and a top-level piece to build around moving forward.

>> READ: Cardinals Have 6 Suitors for No. 3 Pick

  5. Seattle Seahawks


Tyree Wilson, Edge, Texas Tech

With the Seattle Seahawks signing Geno Smith, they are not desperate for a quarterback. They stick to their board here and pick the best available player in Wilson (scouting report), who gives them an extremely long rusher with outstanding movement skills for his size. As a player who can get to the quarterback, Wilson fills a big need need for Seattle.

  6. Detroit Lions

*From RAMS

Christian Gonzalez, CB, Oregon

With their recent issues, the Detroit Lions avoid a player with any type of character issues and pick the extremely clean and talented Gonzalez (scouting report). With his man cover skills, Gonzalez can be left on an island and allow Detroit's defense to send more pressure.

  7. Las Vegas Raiders

Broderick Jones, OT, Georgia

The Las Vegas Raiders solidify their tackle position for the future with this pick. Many NFL scouts believe Jones (scouting report) could move inside to guard early in his career but eventually settle in at tackle. Jones is considered the top offensive lineman on the board by several offensive line coaches around the NFL.

  8. Atlanta Falcons

Lukas Van Ness, Edge, Iowa

The Atlanta Falcons are looking for an impact edge rusher and find one in Van Ness (scouting report), who utilizes explosive, straight-line power. New defensive coordinator Ryan Nielsen will be intrigued by the length and size of the Iowa pass rusher. 

  9. Chicago Bears


Jalen Carter, IDL, Georgia

The Chicago Bears moved from the first pick of the draft to the ninth and still get the player they covet. Carter (scouting report) can be a difference-maker for this defense and will be tough to handle for offensive linemen in the NFC North.

  10. Philadelphia Eagles


Bijan Robinson, RB, Texas

General manager Howie Roseman usually does not value the running back position this high in the draft, but Robinson (scouting report) is so talented in the passing game. With the Philadelphia Eagles in Super Bowl mode, he is just too good to pass up. The Eagles resist the urge to trade out of this spot to accumulate more picks. 

11. Tennessee Titans

Hendon Hooker, QB, Tennessee

Hooker (scouting report) is coming off an injury and is older than your typical rookie, but the Tennessee Titans feel like they might have their quarterback of the future. With the accuracy and athleticism teams are looking for, Hooker could be a solid pick at this point.

>> Trestman: Hooker Is Unique QB Prospect

  12. Houston Texans


Nolan Smith, Edge, Georgia

The Houston Texans got their quarterback of the future in Levis, and now they land their pass rusher of the future in Smith (scouting report). The explosive edge rusher does not have ideal size, but he is instinctive and has the ability to play in space as well. For his size, he also is a very capable player as a run defender.

13. Green Bay Packers

*From JETS

Paris Johnson, OT, Ohio State

The Green Bay Packers feel good picking Ohio State's Johnson (scouting report) to be their left tackle of the future and Jordan Love's blind-side protector. Johnson needs to add some size and strength to his frame, but he has the length teams are looking for and is an outstanding athlete with nimble feet and outstanding bend. He will be more than capable of facing top pass rushers in the NFL. 

  14. Washington Commanders


  • Washington receives: 1-14
  • New England receives: 1-16, 3-97

Anthony Richardson, QB, Florida

The Washington Commanders move up to pick the talented quarterback from Florida. Richardson (scouting report) will need some time to develop as he has only started one year in college, but they love his ability and are eager to get him in the building to work with.

>> Trestman: Can Richardson's Issues be Fixed?

  15. New York Jets


Peter Skoronski, OG, Northwestern

The New York Jets fill a position of need as the long-term view is probably to move Skoronski (scouting report) inside to guard. The Jets will love his strength, toughness and position flexibility. The instinctive Skoronski will be a solid player in both the pass and run games and will be looked at as a core player on this offense.

>> READ: 9 Players Who Could Be Overdrafted

16. New England Patriots


Darnell Wright, OT, Tennessee

The New England Patriots move back two spots and still get the player that they were targeting in Wright (scouting report). Wright is an experienced player with toughness and strength, and capable of moving defenders off the line of scrimmage, he should help New England's run game. Highly respected among offensive line coaches, Wright has risen up draft boards.

  17. Pittsburgh Steelers

Dawand Jones, OT, Ohio State

A perfect fit for the Pittsburgh Steelers, Jones (scouting report) is a giant of a man who can gobble up defenders. He is super strong in the run game and is much more nimble and athletic than you think a man of his size would be. His arm length allows him to ride rushers up the field and he has the feet, bend and lateral movement skills to adjust to quicker, more agile rushers.

  18. Detroit Lions

Quentin Johnston, WR, TCU

Johnston (scouting report) gives the Detroit Lions a big, outside receiving threat who can stretch the field as well as win 50-50 balls over smaller defenders. He needs to clean up his easy concentration drops, but once he does he has the tools to develop into a top-level NFL wide receiver.

  19. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Anton Harrison, OT, Oklahoma

This is a position of need for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Harrison (scouting report) will take over for Donovan Smith at left tackle and should be able to step in quickly and start from Day 1. He has all of the traits to be a long-term answer for the Bucs at tackle.

  20. Seattle Seahawks

Jaxon Smith-Njigba, WR, Ohio State

There are some questions about his speed, but Smith-Njigba (scouting report) is an outstanding route runner with hands and ball skills. He is capable of winning one on one, especially in a short area. He has the quickness, feet and body control to separate and is very quarterback-friendly.

  21. Los Angeles Chargers

Jalin Hyatt, WR, Tennessee

The Los Angeles Chargers need speed on the outside and this pick will give them explosiveness to stretch the field. Justin Herbert will love Hyatt (scouting report), who not only has burst, but he does not take time to build his speed. He and Herbert should find an instant connection.

  22. Baltimore Ravens

Devon Witherspoon, CB, Illinois

The Baltimore Ravens put a lot of value on this position and Witherspoon (scouting report) is a perfect fit. He is one of the more physical corners in the draft and has that Ravens swag we have seen for years. He lacks ideal size, but he plays much bigger and is not afraid to throw his body around in the run game.

  23. Minnesota Vikings

Deonte Banks, CB, Maryland

Banks (scouting report) is an outstanding press corner who has strong hands and plays with top-level balance. One of the most explosive corners in the draft, Banks was one of the top testing corners at the combine, running a sub-4.4 40 and jumping out of the building. He could be an impact player for the Minnesota Vikings early.

  24. Jacksonville Jaguars

Brian Branch, DB, Alabama

Branch (scouting report) will be very valuable to the Jacksonville Jaguars defense because he has tremendous versatility in the back end. He is capable of playing over the slot and in the middle of the field. Branch is very instinctive and he plays like a coach on the field, which at that position should have a big impact.

  25. New York Giants

Jordan Addison, WR, USC

The New York Giants were holding their breath hoping that they would have a chance to select the USC receiver. Addison (scouting report) does not have top-level speed and explosiveness, but he is a very polished player who understands how to run a route and has a tremendous feel for coverages.

  26. Dallas Cowboys

Michael Mayer, TE, Notre Dame

No team values tight ends like the Dallas Cowboys, who pick the top one in the draft in Mayer (scouting report). The Notre Dame product has the speed, athleticism and ball skills to win one on one and move the chains. He also has the size and strength teams look for to be a factor in the run game. He will be a valuable piece for the Cowboys' offense from Day 1.

 27. Pittsburgh Steelers


  • Pittsburgh receives: 1-27, 2-59
  • Buffalo  receives: 2-32, 2-49

Joey Porter Jr.,  CB, Penn State

Pittsburgh moves back into the first round to stay in the family and pick Porter Jr. (scouting report). Porter is a talented corner who has good speed, explosiveness and lateral-movement skills. He feels like a Steeler and they probably have been targeting him for some time.

  28. Cincinnati Bengals

Emmanuel Forbes, CB, Mississippi State

Forbes (scouting report) does not have the ideal girth for the position, but he has rare hands, ball skills and production. Forbes, who had an eye-popping six pick-sixes in his career at Mississippi State, should play early for the Cincinnati Bengals.

  29. New Orleans Saints

*From 49ers (via Broncos)

Myles Murphy, Edge, Clemson

The New Orleans Saints value the skill set of Murphy (scouting report), who fits the team's profile with his length and overall movement skills. His production has been modest, but at this point of the draft, he is too talented to pass up.

  30. Philadelphia Eagles

Will McDonald, Edge, Iowa State

The Eagles, who love to load up on pass rushers, target McDonald (scouting report) as a player who will get in their rotation, stay fresh and harrass quarterbacks in the NFC East. He has rare length and bend off the edge. He should be a better pro than a college player as he settles in as an outside rusher.

  31. Kansas City Chiefs

Felix Anudike-Uzomah, Edge, Kansas State

The Kansas City Chiefs improve their pass rush as they select the talented Anudike-Uzomah (scouting report), who broke out in 2021 by showing an ability to get to the quarterback with his speed, quickness, and overall effort.

Round 2

32. Buffalo (projected trade with Pittsburgh): Josh Downs, WR, North Carolina (scouting report)

33. Houston: Keeanu Benton, IDL, Wisconsin (scouting report)

34. Arizona: Joe Tippmann, OC, Wisconsin (scouting report)

35. Green Bay (projected trade with Arizona): Dalton Kincaid, TE, Utah (scouting report)

36. L.A. Rams: Carter Warren, OT, Pittsburgh (scouting report)

37. Seattle (From Denver): Kelee Ringo, CB, Georgia (scouting report)

38. Las Vegas: Cam Smith, CB, South Carolina (scouting report)

39. Carolina: Zay Flowers, WR, Boston College (scouting report)

40. New Orleans: Byron Young, IDL, Alabama (scouting report)

41. Tennessee: BJ Ojulari, Edge, LSU (scouting report)

42. Green Bay (projected with N.Y. Jets): Cedric Tillman, WR, Tennessee (scouting report)

43. N.Y. Jets (from Cleveland): Byron Young, Edge, Tennessee (scouting report)

44. Atlanta: Jonathan Mingo, WR, Ole Miss (scouting report)

45. Arizona (projected trade with Green Bay): AT Perry, WR, Wake Forest (scouting report)

46. New England: Garrett Williams, CB, Syracuse (scouting report)

47. Washington: Sam LaPorta, TE, Iowa (scouting report)

48. Detroit: Noah Sewell, LB, Oregon (scouting report)

49. Buffalo (projected trade with Pittsburgh): Trenton Simpson, LB, Clemson (scouting report)

50. Tampa Bay: Derick Hall, Edge, Auburn (scouting report)

51. Miami: Jahmyr Gibbs, RB, Alabama (scouting report)

52. Seattle: Bryan Bresee, IDL, Clemson (scouting report)

53. Chicago (from Baltimore): Cody Mauch, OT, North Dakota St. (scouting report)

54. L.A. Chargers: Henry To'oTo'o, LB, Alabama (scouting report)

55. Detroit (from Minnesota): Calijah Kancey, IDL, Pittsburgh (scouting report)

56. Jacksonville: Darnell Washington, TE, Georgia (scouting report)

57. N.Y. Giants: Olusegun Oluwatimi, IOL, Michigan (scouting report)

58. Dallas: Drew Sanders, LB, Arkansas (scouting report)

59. Pittsburgh (from projected trade with Buffalo): Keion White, Edge,  Georgia Tech (scouting report)

60. Cincinnati: Luke Musgrave, TE, Oregon St. (scouting report)

61. Chicago (from Carolina through San Francisco): Isaiah Foskey, Edge, Notre Dame (scouting report)

62. Philadelphia: Tucker Kraft, TE, South Dakota State (scouting report)

63. Kansas City: Wanya Morris, OT, Oklahoma (scouting report)


Round 3

64. Chicago: Tyrique Stevenson, CB, Miami (scouting report)

65. Houston: Tuli Tuipulotu, IDL, USC (scouting report)

66. Arizona: Mazi Smith, IDL, Michigan (scouting report)

67. Denver (from Indianapolis): Zach Harrison, Edge, Ohio State (scouting report)

68. Denver: Clark Phillips, CB, Utah (scouting report)

69. L.A. Rams: Jammie Robinson, S, Florida St. (scouting report)

70. Las Vegas: Tanner McKee, QB, Stanford (scouting report)

71. New Orleans: O'Cyrus Torrence, OG, Florida (scouting report)

72. Tennessee: Tyler Scott, WR, Cincinnati (scouting report)

73. Houston (from Cleveland): John Michael Schmitz, OC, Minnesota (scouting report)

74. Cleveland (from N.Y. Jets): Julius Brents, CB, Kansas State (scouting report)

75. Atlanta: D.J. Turner, CB, Michigan (scouting report)

76. New England (from Carolina): Rashee Rice, WR, SMU (scouting report)

77. Miami (from New England): Josh Whyle, TE, Cincinnati (scouting report)

78. Arizona (from projected trade with Green Bay): Jakorian Bennett, CB, Maryland (scouting report)

79. Indianapolis (from Washington): McClendon Curtis, OG, Chattanooga (scouting report)

80. Pittsburgh: Jack Campbell, LB, Iowa (scouting report)

81: Detroit: Sydney Brown, S, Illinois (scouting report)

82. Tampa Bay: Adetomiwa Adabawore, Edge, Northwestern (scouting report)

83. Seattle: Luke Wypler, OC, Ohio State (scouting report)

84. Miami: Jon Gaines, OG, UCLA (scouting report)

85. L.A. Chargers: Siaki Ika, IDL, Baylor (scouting report)

86. Baltimore: Kayshon Boutte, WR, LSU (scouting report)

87: Minnesota: Andrei Iosivas, WR, Princeton (scouting report)

88. Jacksonville: Nick Broeker, OG, Mississippi (scouting report)

89. N.Y. Giants: Riley Moss, CB, Iowa (scouting report)

90. Dallas: Gervon Dexter, IDL, Florida (scouting report)

91. Buffalo: Blake Freeland, OT, BYU (scouting report)

92. Cincinnati: Antonio Johnson, S, Texas A&M (scouting report)

93. Carolina (from San Francisco): Zacch Pickens, IDL, South Carolina (scouting report)

94. Philadelphia: Chandler Zavala, OG, North Carolina State (scouting report)

95. Kansas City: Nathaniel Dell, WR, Houston (scouting report)

96. Green Bay (from projected trade with Arizona, compensatory): Ji'Ayir Brown, S, Penn State (scouting report)

97. New England (from projected trade with Washington, compensatory): Jake Andrews, OG, Troy (scouting report)

98. Cleveland (compensatory): Tyler Davis, IDL, Clemson (scouting report)

99. San Francisco (compensatory): Kyu Blu Kelly, CB, Stanford (scouting report)

100. Las Vegas (from Kansas City through N.Y. Giants, compensatory): Terrell Smith, CB, Minnesota (scouting report)

101. San Francisco (compensatory): Demarvioun Overshown, LB, Texas (scouting report)

102. San Francisco (compensatory): Matthew Bergeron, OT, Syracuse (scouting report)

Round 4

103. Chicago: Jayden Reed, WR, Michigan State (scouting report)

104. Houston: Rakim Jarrett, WR, Maryland (scouting report)

105. Arizona: Kendre Miller, RB, TCU (scouting report)

106. Indianapolis: Parker Washington, WR, Penn State (scouting report)

107. New England: Andre Carter, Edge, Army (scouting report)

108. Denver: Deuce Vaughn, RB, Kansas State (scouting report)

109. Las Vegas: Warren McClendon, OG, Georgia (scouting report)

110. Atlanta (from Tennessee): Jerrod Clark, IDL, Coastal Carolina (scouting report)

111. Cleveland: Yasir Abdullah, LB, Louisville (scouting report)

112. N.Y. Jets: Juice Scruggs, OC, Penn State (scouting report)

113. Atlanta: Devon Achane, RB, Texas A&M (scouting report)

114. Carolina: Mike Morris, Edge, Michigan (scouting report)

115. New Orleans: Isaiah McGuire, Edge, Missouri (scouting report)

116. Green Bay: Jartavius Martin, CB, Illinois (scouting report)

117. New England: Ronnie Bell, WR, Michigan (scouting report)

118. Washington: Tyler Steen, OT, Alabama (scouting report)

119. Minnesota (from Detroit): Owen Pappoe, LB, Auburn (scouting report)

120. Pittsburgh: Nick Herbig, LB, Wisconsin (scouting report)

121. Jacksonville (from Tampa Bay): Carrington Valentine, CB, Kentucky (scouting report)

122. Kansas City (from Miami): Emil Ekiyor, OG, Alabama (scouting report)

123. Seattle: Jaren Hall, QB, BYU (scouting report)

124. Baltimore: Jaylon Jones, CB, Texas A&M (scouting report)

125: L.A. Chargers: Roschon Johnson, RB, Texas (scouting report)

126. Cleveland (from Minnesota): Luke Schoonmaker, TE, Michigan (scouting report)

127. Jacksonville: Xavier Hutchinson, WR, Iowa State (scouting report)

128. N.Y. Giants: JL Skinner, S, Boise State (scouting report)

129. Dallas: Zach Charbonnet, RB, UCLA (scouting report)

130. Buffalo: Tank Bigsby, RB, Auburn (scouting report)

131. Cincinnati: Zach Evans, RB, Mississippi (scouting report)

132. Carolina (from San Francisco): Asim Richards, OG, North Carolina (scouting report)

133. Chicago (from Philadelphia): Ali Gaye, Edge, LSU (scouting report)

134. Kansas City: Jaelyn Duncan, OT, Maryland (scouting report)

135. New England (compensatory): Hunter Luepke, FB, North Dakota State (scouting report)

Round 5

136. Chicago: Cory Trice Jr., CB, Purdue (scouting report)

137. Buffalo (from Arizona): Daiyan Henley, LB, Washington State (scouting report)

138. Indianapolis: Dorian Williams, LB, Tulane (scouting report)

139. Denver: Trey Palmer, WR, Nebraska (scouting report)

140. Cleveland (from L.A. Rams): Dorian Thompson-Robinson, QB, UCLA (scouting report)

141. Las Vegas: Davis Allen, TE, Clemson (scouting report)

142. Cleveland: Karl Brooks, Edge, Bowling Green (scouting report)

143. N.Y. Jets: Nic Jones, CB, Ball State (scouting report)

144. Las Vegas (from Atlanta): Anthony Bradford, OG, LSU (scouting report)

145. Carolina: Nick Hampton, LB, Appalachian State (scouting report)

146. New Orleans: DeWayne McBride, RB, UAB (scouting report)

147. Tennessee: Steve Avila, OG, TCU (scouting report)

148. Chicago (from Baltimore through New England): Ricky Stromberg, OC, Arkansas (scouting report)

149. Green Bay: Lonnie Phelps Jr., Edge, Kansas (scouting report)

150. Washington: Ventrell Miller, LB, Florida (scouting report)

151. Seattle (from Pittsburgh): Jordan Howden, S, Minnesota (scouting report)

152. Detroit: Connor Galvin, OT, Baylor (scouting report)

153. Tampa Bay: Matt Landers, WR, Arkansas (scouting report)

154: Seattle: Jordan McFadden, OG, Clemson (scouting report)

155: San Francisco (from Miami): Dontayvion Wicks, WR, Virginia (scouting report)

156: L.A. Chargers: Darrell Luter Jr., CB, South Alabama (scouting report)

157: Baltimore: Isaiah Land, LB, Florida A&M

158: Minnesota: Tyjae Spears, RB, Tulane (scouting report)

159: Detroit (from Jacksonville through Atlanta): Chase Brown, RB, Illinois (scouting report)

160. N.Y. Giants: Mikel Jones, LB, Syracuse (scouting report)

161. Houston (from Dallas):  Brenton Strange, TE, Penn State (scouting report)

162. Indianapolis (from Buffalo): Andrew Vorhees, OT, USC (scouting report)

163. Cincinnati: Earl Bostick, OT, Kansas (scouting report)

164. San Francisco: Michael Wilson, WR, Stanford (scouting report)

165. New Orleans (from Philadelphia): Elijah Higgins, WR, Stanford (scouting report)

166. Kansas City: Anthony Johnson Jr., S, Iowa State (scouting report)

167: L.A. Rams (compensatory): Stetson Bennett, QB, Georgia (scouting report)

168. Arizona (compensatory): Malik Cunningham, QB, Louisville (scouting report)

169. Dallas (compensatory): Tashawn Manning, OG, Kentucky (scouting report)

170. New York Jets (from Green Bay, compensatory): Jay Ward, S, LSU (scouting report)

171. L.A. Rams (compensatory): Payne Durham, TE, Purdue (scouting report)

172. N.Y. Giants (compensatory): Nick Saldiveri, OT, Old Dominion (scouting report)

173. San Francisco (compensatory): Jake Witt, OT, Northern Michigan

174. Las Vegas (compensatory): Charlie Jones, WR, Purdue (scouting report)

175. Tampa Bay (compensatory): Daniel Scott, S, California (scouting report)

176. Indianapolis (from Dallas, compensatory): Mekhi Blackmon, CB, USC (scouting report)

177. L.A. Rams (compensatory): Jake Bobo, WR, UCLA (scouting report)


running back Eric Gray
Running back Eric Gray (Kevin Jairaj-USA TODAY Sports)

Round 6

178. Kansas City (from Chicago through Miami): Rejzohn Wright, CB, Oregon State (scouting report)

179. Tampa Bay (from Houston): Mekhi Garner, CB, LSU (scouting report)

180. Arizona: Nesta Jade Silvera, IDL, Arizona State (scouting report)

181. Tampa Bay (from Indianapolis): Zack Kuntz, TE, Old Dominion (scouting report)

182. LA Rams: Ryan Hayes, OG, Michigan (scouting report)

183. Detroit (from Denver): Habakkuk Baldonado, Edge, Pittsburgh (scouting report)

184. New England (from Las Vegas): Jordan Battle, S, Alabama (scouting report)

185. Jacksonville (from NY Jets): Jaquelin Roy, IDL, LSU (scouting report)

186. Tennessee (from Atlanta): Evan Hull, RB, Northwestern (scouting report)

187. New England (from Carolina): Scott Matlock, IDL, Boise State 

188. Houston (from New Orleans): Ivan Pace Jr., LB, Cincinnati (scouting report)

189. LA Rams (from Tennessee): Isaiah Moore, LB, N C State (scouting report)

190. Cleveland: Jalen Redmond, IDL, Oklahoma (scouting report)

191. LA Rams (from Green Bay): Moro Ojomo, IDL, Texas (scouting report)

192. New England: Viliami Fehoko Jr., IDL, San Jose State

193. Washington: Jarrett Patterson, OG, Notre Dame (scouting report)

194. Detroit: B.J. Thompson, Edge, Stephen F Austin

195. Denver (from Pittsburgh): Will Mallory, TE, Miami FL (scouting report)

196. Tampa Bay: Eric Gray, RB, Oklahoma (scouting report)

197. Miami: Tavius Robinson, EDGE, Ole Miss (scouting report)

198. Seattle: Israel Abanikanda, RB, Pittsburgh (scouting report)

199. Baltimore: Keaton Mitchell, RB, East Carolina (scouting report)

200. LA Chargers: John Ojukwu, OT, Boise State (scouting report)

201. Houston (from Minnesota): Richard Gouraige, OT, Florida (scouting report)

202. Jacksonville: Tyler Lacy, EDGE, Oklahoma State (scouting report)

203. Houston (from NY Giants): Marvin Mims, WR, Oklahoma (scouting report)

204. Las Vegas (from Dallas): Colby Wooden, IDL, Auburn (scouting report)

205. Buffalo: Derius Davis, WR, TCU (scouting report)

206. Cincinnati: Cameron Young, IDL, Mississippi State (scouting report)

207. Green Bay Packers (from NY Jets through Houston): Aidan O'Connell, QB, Purdue (scouting report)

208. Jacksonville (from Philadelphia): Christopher Smith, S, Georgia (scouting report)

209. NY Giants (from Kansas City): Darius Rush, CB, South Carolina (scouting report)

210. New England (compensatory): Starling Thomas V, CB, UAB

211. Minnesota (compensatory): Dante Stills, IDL, West Virginia

212. Dallas (compensatory): Puka Nacua, WR, BYU (scouting report)

213. Arizona (compensatory): Antoine Green, WR, North Carolina (scouting report)

214. Las Vegas (compensatory): Eku Leota, Edge, Auburn (scouting report)

215. Washington (compensatory): K.J. Henry, EDGE, Clemson (scouting report)

216. San Francisco (compensatory): Sean Tucker, RB, Syracuse (scouting report)

217. Kansas City (compensatory): SirVocea Dennis, LB, Pitt (scouting report)

Max Duggan
Quarterback Max Duggan (Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports)


Round 7

218. Chicago: Charlie Thomas, LB, Georgia Tech (scouting report)

219. Philadelphia (from Houston through Minnesota): Robert Beal Jr., Edge, Georgia (scouting report)

220. Las Vegas (from Arizona): Dontay Demus, WR, Maryland (scouting report)

221. Indianapolis: T.J. Luther, WR, Gardner Webb

222. San Francisco (from Denver): Dee Winters, LB, TCU (scouting report)

223. LA Rams: Anthony Johnson, CB, Virginia (scouting report)

224. Atlanta (from Las Vegas): Jaxson Kirkland, OT, Washington (scouting report)

225. Atlanta: Sidy Sow, OG, Eastern Michigan (scouting report)

226. Jacksonville (from Carolina): Kenny McIntosh, RB, Georgia (scouting report)

227. New Orleans: Max Duggan, QB, TCU (scouting report)

228. Tennessee: Devon Matthews, S, Indiana 

229. Cleveland: Mark Evans II, IOL, Arkansas Pine Bluff (scouting report)

230. Houston (from NYJ through Tampa Bay): Thomas Incoom, Edge, Central Michigan (scouting report)

231. Las Vegas (from New England): Alex Forsyth, OC, Oregon (scouting report)

232. Green Bay: Keondre Coburn, IDL, Texas (scouting report)

233. Washington: Kyle Soelle, LB, Arizona State

234. LA Rams (from Pittsburgh): Yaya Diaby, EDGE, Louisville (scouting report)

235. Green Bay (from Detroit through LA Rams): TJ Bass, IOL, Oregon (scouting report)

236. Indianapolis (from Tampa Bay): Ilm Manning, OT, Hawaii 

237. Seattle: Jerrick Reed Jr., S, New Mexico 

238. Miami: Tre Tucker, WR, Cincinnati (scouting report)

239. LA Chargers: David Durden, WR, West Florida

240. NY Giants (from Baltimore): Jake Haener, QB, Fresno State (scouting report)

241. Pittsburgh (from Minnesota through Detroit): Tavion Thomas, RB, Utah (scouting report)

242. Green Bay (from Jacksonville): Tyrus Wheat, Edge, Mississippi State

243. NY Giants: Jordan Wright, Edge, Kentucky (scouting report)

244. Dallas: Antonio Mafi, OG, UCLA

245. New England (from Buffalo through Atlanta): Isaiah Bolden, CB, Jackson State 

246. Cincinnati: Bryce Barringer, P, Michigan State 

247. San Francisco: Christopher Dunn, K, North Carolina State 

248. Philadelphia: Keidron Smith, CB, Kentucky (scouting report)

249. Kansas City: Kahlef Hailassie, CB, Western Kentucky

250. Kansas City (compensatory): Kyle Patterson, TE, Air Force (scouting report)

251. Pittsburgh (from LA Rams) (compensatory): Jason Brownlee, WR, Southern Mississippi

252. Tampa Bay (compensatory): Braeden Daniels, OG, Utah (scouting report)

253. San Francisco (compensatory): DJ Johnson, Edge, Oregon (scouting report)

254. NY Giants (compensatory): Jovaughn Gwyn, OG, South Carolina (scouting report)

255. San Francisco (compensatory): Jamal Turner, TE, Toledo

256. Green Bay (compensatory): Marte Mapu, S, Sacramento St

257. New Orleans (compensatory): Eli Ricks, CB, Alabama (scouting report)

258. Chicago (compensatory): Xazavian Valladay, RB, Arizona State

259. Houston (compensatory): Camerun Peoples, RB, Appalachian State (scouting report)

T.J. McCreight is a former front office executive for the Philadelphia Eagles and the former director of college scouting for the Indianapolis Colts. He also previously served as the director of pro personnel with the Arizona Cardinals. Follow him on Twitter at @NFLTJ25.