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NFL Analysis

February 12, 2024

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2024 NFL Mock Draft: Post-Super Bowl Picks for First 3 Rounds

And just like that, the 2023 NFL season is over.

However, the 2024 NFL Draft season is just beginning. All eyes shift toward the NFL Combine, which is just two weeks away, and we are just a little more than 70 days from the draft.

This is our first three-round mock draft of the 2024 season, with the entire draft order now in place. Let’s see how things played out:


1. Chicago Bears

Caleb Williams, QB, USC

Height: 6-foot-1
Weight: 215 pounds
Class: Junior

Fit: It’s still all systems go for the Chicago Bears drafting a quarterback with the first overall pick come April. As Brian Urlacher said last week on Radio Row, if you’re still asking if the quarterback is the guy after Year 3, he’s probably not. 

Caleb Williams upgrades the Bears’ quarterback ceiling and brings more consistency to an offense that has lacked consistency in Justin Fields’ first two years in the NFL.

2. Washington Commanders

Drake Maye, QB, North Carolina

Height: 6-foot-4
Weight: 230 pounds
Class: RS Sophomore

Fit: With Dan Quinn named head coach, there were some rumors flying that the Washington Commanders could look to take a defensive player at No. 2.,

However, quarterback is and should be the pick. Drake Maye is my QB1 in the draft and gives the Commanders their first high-end QB1 in a long time.

3. New England Patriots

Jayden Daniels, QB, LSU

Height: 6-foot-4
Weight: 210 pounds
Class: Senior

Fit: There are a lot of whispers about the New England Patriots trading back from No. 3, but we’re not doing trades, and the need for a franchise quarterback means Jayden Daniels makes the most sense. 

The Patriots could elect to build the roster and drop the quarterback in later, but adding a dual-threat option in Daniels is the most exciting way to start a new era in New England.

4. Arizona Cardinals

Marvin Harrison Jr., WR, Ohio State

Height: 6-foot-4
Weight: 205 pounds
Class: Junior

Fit: Similar to the Williams and Maye selections, the Marvin Harrison Jr. selection at No. 4 feels like a lock. New England not taking a quarterback could throw a wrench in this, but Harrison is the draft’s top wide receiver by a wide margin and fills the Arizona Cardinals' biggest need. 

5. Los Angeles Chargers

Brock Bowers, TE, Georgia

Nov 11, 2023; Athens, Georgia, USA; Georgia Bulldogs tight end Brock Bowers (19) runs after a catch against the Mississippi Rebels in the second quarter at Sanford Stadium. (Brett Davis-USA TODAY Sports)

Height: 6-foot-4
Weight: 240 pounds
Class: Junior

Fit: Whether it’s a wide receiver, tight end or offensive lineman, it’s almost a lock that the Los Angeles Chargers selection at No. 5 will be an offensive player. 

Brock Bowers and Malik Nabers are the betting favorites but do not sleep on the Chargers trading back or taking a franchise right tackle early to solidify the offensive line to protect Justin Herbert.

6. New York Giants

Malik Nabers, WR, LSU

Malik Nabers runs along the sideline
Malik Nabers 8 runs with the ball as the LSU Tigers take on Texas A&M in Tiger Stadium in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, on Nov. 25, 2023.

Height: 6-foot
Weight: 200 pounds
Class: Junior

Fit: In this mock draft scenario, the draft fell perfectly for the New York Giants. Malik Nabers is the caliber of player this offense has been missing for a while. 

If a quarterback falls to them at six, it will be interesting to see what the Giants do, given Daniel Jones' contract situation and injury. Still, you can’t go wrong with adding an explosive receiver to the mix to help whoever will play quarterback during the next few seasons.

7. Tennessee Titans

Joe Alt, OT, Notre Dame

Notre Dame offensive lineman Joe Alt (76) blocks Stanford linebacker Jordan Fox (10) at Stanford Stadium. (Darren Yamashita-USA TODAY Sports)

Height: 6-foot-8
Weight: 315 pounds
Class: Junior

Fit: There are multiple picks early in the first round that just feel like perfect fits, and Joe Alt to the Tennessee Titans is one of them. Alt is the top left tackle in this class for most analysts and could solve some of the Titans’ protection and run game issue. 

Next season is a big year for determining Will Levis’ future. Solidifying the protection up front and adding some talent at receiver will go a long way in the overall evaluation. 

8. Atlanta Falcons

Dallas Turner, Edge, Alabama

Dallas Turner sacks Texas A&M's quarterback
Texas A&M Aggies quarterback Max Johnson (14) attempts a pass as Alabama Crimson Tide linebacker Dallas Turner (15) applies defensive pressure during the fourth quarter at Kyle Field. (Troy Taormina-USA TODAY Sports)

Height: 6-foot-4
Weight: 242 pounds
Class: Junior

Fit: Without one of the top three quarterbacks falling to the Atlanta Falcons, you can expect them to consider one of the top edge rushers or cornerbacks. 

While there is no consensus EDGE1 in this year's class, Dallas Turner’s upside, given his size, length and athletic traits makes him an intriguing plug-and-play option.


Rome Odunze, WR, Washington

Washington Huskies wide receiver Rome Odunze
Washington Huskies wide receiver Rome Odunze (1) celebrates a touchdown during the second quarter against the Oregon State Beavers at Reser Stadium. (Craig Strobeck-USA TODAY Sports)

Height: 6-foot
Weight: 196 pounds
Class: Sophomore

Fit: As we have seen during the past few weeks, Rome Odunze is starting to gain more traction inside the top 10. Odunze’s size, route-running and contested-catch ability are a perfect weapon to have for a young quarterback and a perfect complement to DJ Moore in the Bears’ offense. 

Odunze could be some team’s WR2 based on how his refined route running at his size and his ability to win at the catch point at all three levels of the field.

10. New York Jets

Olu Fashanu, OT, Penn State

Height: 6-foot-6
Weight: 319 pounds
Class: Junior

Fit: The New York Jets are in desperate need of tackle help, and Olu Fashanu is a perfect fit for their offense. For some reason, Fashanu has seemingly fallen a bit. 

Any team needing offensive line help in the top 10 should be elated to land him. Fashanu is athletic, technically sound and one of the cleaner offensive line prospects coming out of college in recent years.

11. Minnesota Vikings

J.J. McCarthy, QB, Michigan

Dec 2, 2023; Indianapolis, IN, USA; Michigan Wolverines quarterback J.J. McCarthy (9) drops to pass during the second half of the Big Ten Championship game against the Iowa Hawkeyes at Lucas Oil Stadium. (Trevor Ruszkowski-USA TODAY Sports)

Height: 6-foot-3
Weight: 202 pounds
Class: Junior

Fit: While Minnesota Vikings fans will likely argue this selection, I think we need to prepare ourselves for J.J. McCarthy going much earlier than we expect. 

The Vikings have no option at quarterback, with Kirk Cousins injured and hitting free agency. While McCarthy could need a year or two before he’s ready to reach his ceiling, he possesses the arm talent, accuracy and athleticism to develop into a high-end quarterback.

12. Denver Broncos

Laiatu Latu, EDGE, UCLA

UCLA defensive lineman Laiatu Latu
UCLA defensive lineman Laiatu Latu (15) battles against San Diego State tight end Mark Redman (81) during the first half at Snapdragon Stadium. (Orlando Ramirez-USA TODAY Sports)

Height: 6-foot-5
Weight: 265 pounds
Class: Senior

Fit: For my money, Laiatu Latu is the top edge rusher in this class and fills a big void in the Denver Broncos defense. Latu’s toolbox is the deepest in this class, and he can win with speed, power and technique from multiple alignments. 

Latu’s medicals are one of the few concerns in his evaluation, but if cleared, he should be a steal for the Broncos with the 12th overall pick.

13. Las Vegas Raiders

Terrion Arnold, CB, Alabama

Sep 23, 2023; Tuscaloosa, Alabama, USA; Alabama Crimson Tide defensive back Terrion Arnold (3) carries the ball after an interception against the Mississippi Rebels during the second half of a football game at Bryant-Denny Stadium. (Butch Dill-USA TODAY Sports)

Height: 6-foot
Weight: 196 pounds
Class: Junior

Fit: Anytime you can draft the class’s top cornerback outside the top 10, do it. Terrion Arnold is big, long, fast and physical and has NFL-ready ball skills to be a lockdown cover cornerback. 

With Antonio Pierce running the show, expect the Las Vegas Raiders to build a tough locker-room mentality with physical football players. Arnold fits that description perfectly and could be a piece to finally get this defense over the top.

14. New Orleans Saints

Tyler Guyton, OT, Oklahoma

Oklahoma offensive lineman Tyler Guyton
Oklahoma Sooners offensive lineman Tyler Guyton (60) at the line of scrimmage against the Kansas Jayhawks during the game at David Booth Kansas Memorial Stadium. (Denny Medley-USA TODAY Sports)

Height: 6-foot-7
Weight: 328 pounds
Class: Junior

Fit: An unpopular selection in last week's mock draft was the New Orleans Saints selection of Tyler Guyton with the 14th overall pick. Guyton did not dominate the Senior Bowl as many expected, but he played a quality left tackle after playing primarily on the right side at Oklahoma.

The Saints have a long-term option at right tackle in Ryan Ramczyk, so finding their left tackle is the priority, likely knocking out Taliese Fuaga, JC Latham and Amarius Mims. 

Guyton is a bit rough around the edges, but it shouldn’t surprise anyone if Guyton makes big leaps after a year or two in the league. He has rare traits at the tackle position.

15. Indianapolis Colts

Quinyon Mitchell, CB, Toledo

Toledo Rockets cornerback Quinyon Mitchell breaks up a pass.
Dec 2, 2023; Detroit, MI, USA; Toledo Rockets cornerback Quinyon Mitchell (27) breaks up a pass intended for Miami (OH) Redhawks wide receiver Gage Larvadain (10) in the third quarter at Ford Field. (Lon Horwedel-USA TODAY Sports)

Height: 6-foot
Weight: 196 pounds
Class: Senior

Fit: One of, if not the biggest riser over the offseason has been Toledo’s Quinyon Mitchell. A long-time member of my weekly mocks, Mitchell has always possessed elite cornerback talent, but questions regarding competition were always brought up. 

After dominating the Senior Bowl, Mitchell has locked himself into the first round. Now, the discussion is how early he could be drafted. The fit for the Indianapolis Colts makes a ton of sense, given Gus Bradley’s zone-heavy tendencies.

16. Seattle Seahawks

Taliese Fuaga, OT, Oregon State

Oct 8, 2022; Stanford, California, USA; Oregon State Beavers offensive lineman Taliese Fuaga (75) blocks Stanford Cardinal linebacker Levani Damuni (3) during the first quarter at Stanford Stadium. (Darren Yamashita-USA TODAY Sports)

Height: 6-foot-6
Weight: 334 pounds
Class: Junior

Fit: Two years after drafting Charles Cross and Abe Lucas to be the starting left and right tackle, the Seattle Seahawks go back to the offensive line to find a starter at guard, upgrading the interior offensive line. 

Taliese Fuaga was a dominant right tackle at Oregon State but projects to move inside in the NFL. Fuaga’s ability to play right tackle could come in handy for Seattle due to Lucas’ struggles in 2023. Fuaga has the short-term ability to be a plug-and-play starter at guard and the long-term ability to be a starter at right tackle.

17. Jacksonville Jaguars

Jared Verse, Edge, Florida State

Height: 6-foot-6
Weight: 334 pounds
Class: Junior

Fit: As of today, it does not sound like the Jacksonville Jaguars and Josh Allen will agree on a long-term deal. If that happens, finding his replacement could be the Jaguars’ top priority heading into the draft. 

Jared Verse is a different style of player from Allen. Still, his ability to impact the game as a pass rusher and run defender would give the Jaguars two excellent, three-down options at defensive end with Verse and former first overall pick Travon Walker.

18. Cincinnati Bengals

JC Latham, OT, Alabama

Alabama offensive lineman JC Latham
Alabama offensive lineman JC Latham (65) celebrates with a cow bell in Davis Wade Stadium at Mississippi State after Alabama's 40-17 victory. (Gary Cosby Jr.-Tuscaloosa News)

Height: 6-foot-6
Weight: 360 pounds
Class: Junior

Fit: The musical chair experiment for the Cincinnati Bengals at offensive tackle needs to stop, and spending a first-round pick on JC Latham is a step in the right direction. 

Latham is the draft’s most pro-ready right tackle and would provide the Bengals with a plug-and-play starter, instantly improving their pass protection and run blocking.

19. Los Angeles Rams

Cooper DeJean, CB, Iowa

Northwestern wide receiver Cam Johnson (14) tries to catch a pass as Iowa defensive back Cooper DeJean (3) defends during the first half at Wrigley Field. (David Banks-USA TODAY Sports)

Height: 6-foot-1
Weight: 207 pounds
Class: Junior

Fit: With needs at cornerback and safety, Iowa’s Cooper DeJean is a match made in heaven for the Los Angeles Rams. While I would leave DeJean at cornerback, having him land with a good defensive coordinator to move him around as a matchup piece would be a lot of fun, too. 

DeJean is one of the draft’s most athletic and versatile players regardless of position and could fill two big voids in the Rams' defense if used correctly.

20. Pittsburgh Steelers

Jackson Powers-Johnson, IOL, Oregon

Oregon center Jackson Powers-Johnson
Oregon Ducks offensive lineman Jackson Powers-Johnson (58) against the Arizona State Sun Devils at Mountain America Stadium. (Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports)

Height: 6-foot-3
Weight: 334 pounds
Class: Junior

Fit: It’s no surprise the Pittsburgh Steelers will be in the market for a starting center this offseason, and this draft has multiple options to offer in the first two days. 

Jackson Powers-Johnson has flown up draft boards since dominating the Reese’s Senior Bowl. With just one year of starting experience at Oregon, Powers-Johnson is a monster of a center prospect from a size standpoint. He also has the athleticism and nastiness to dominate at guard, too.

21. Miami Dolphins

Byron Murphy, IDL, Texas

Nov 18, 2023; Ames, Iowa, USA; Texas Longhorns defensive lineman Byron Murphy II (90) celebrates sacking the Iowa State Cyclones quarterback during the game at Jack Trice Stadium. (Aaron E. Martinez-USA TODAY Sports)

Height: 6-foot-5
Weight: 314 pounds
Class: Senior

Fit: The Miami Dolphins are in an interesting spot heading into 2024. With Christian Wilkins, Da’Shawn Hand and Raekwon Davis expected to hit free agency, the Dolphins will need to add to their defensive line rotation. 

Byron Murphy is an excellent fit to replace or pair with Wilkins. He is also a dominant pass rusher on the interior who also does a nice job of defending the run.

22. Philadelphia Eagles

Kool Aid-McKinstry, CB, Alabama

Dec 31, 2022; New Orleans, LA, USA; Alabama Crimson Tide defensive back Kool-Aid McKinstry (1) reacts after a defensive play against the Kansas State Wildcats during the second half in the 2022 Sugar Bowl at Caesars Superdome. (Andrew Wevers-USA TODAY Sports)

Height: 6-foot-1
Weight: 195 pounds
Class: Junior

Fit: One of the more disappointing units in 2023 was the Philadelphia Eagles’ secondary. As Darius Slay and James Bradberry regressed, young players Eli Ricks and Keele Ringo did not show signs of promise. 

Kool-Aid McKinstry would fill a huge need long-term and could develop alongside two veteran cornerbacks who have had a lot of NFL success.

23. Houston Texans

Jer'Zhan Newton, IDL, Illinois

Illinois DL Jer'Zhan Newton
Nov 25, 2023; Champaign, Illinois, USA; Illinois Fighting Illini defensive tackle Jer'Zhan Newton (4) sacks Northwestern Wildcats quarterback Ben Bryant (2) during the first half at Memorial Stadium. (Ron Johnson-USA TODAY Sports)

Height: 6-foot-2
Weight: 295 pounds
Class: Junior

Fit: One of the bigger questions in this draft is where Jer’Zhan Newton will end up. As one of the draft's best interior pass rushers, you would expect to see Newton drafted much earlier. The Houston Texans will have a need with many of their interior defensive lineman hitting free agency.

However, with questions regarding his size and ability to hold up against the run, we could see a fall similar to Calijah Kancey’s in 2023. 

24. Dallas Cowboys

Graham Barton, OL, Duke

Graham Barton Duke
Duke offensive lineman Graham Barton. (Andrew Wevers-USA TODAY Sports)

Height: 6-foot-5
Weight: 315 pounds
Class: Senior

Fit: Tyron Smith and Tyler Biadasz are hitting free agency, so the Dallas Cowboys could be in the market for a starting left tackle and center. Graham Barton was a three-year starter at left tackle but had an impressive freshman year at center for the Blue Devils. 

Barton projects to be a higher ceiling center than tackle but could fill either need for the Cowboys with starting ability at both spots.

25. Green Bay Packers

Nate Wiggins, CB, Clemson

Clemson cornerback Nate Wiggins
Clemson Tigers cornerback Nate Wiggins (2) smiles after breaking up a pass to South Carolina wide receiver Nyck Harbor (8) during the fourth quarter at Williams-Brice Stadium. Clemson won 16-7. (Ken Ruinard-USA TODAY Sports)

Height: 6-foot-2
Weight: 185 pounds
Class: Junior

Fit: One of the better value selections in the first round could come with Clemson’s Nate Wiggins. Due to Mitchell and Arnold’s rises, Wiggins could see a slight fall from where he was projected to go a few months ago. 

While cornerback isn’t necessarily a huge need for the Green Bay Packers, it is a position they could afford to throw assets at, and the value would be too good to pass up for Brian Gutekunst.

26. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Bralen Trice, Edge, Washington

Washington defensive end Bralen Trice
Washington Huskies defensive end Bralen Trice (8) celebrates after a play during the second quarter against the Texas Longhorns in the 2024 Sugar Bowl college football playoff semifinal game at Caesars Superdome. (Matthew Hinton-USA TODAY Sports)

Height: 6-foot-4
Weight: 275 pounds
Class: Senior

Fit: Despite a nice rookie season from Yaya Diaby, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers will look to add talent and youth to the defensive line. 

Bralen Trice is a quality edge rusher option late in Round 1 who should upgrade Tampa Bay’s pass rush, which struggled to generate pressure consistently.

27. Arizona Cardinals

Darius Robinson, DL, Missouri

Jan 31, 2024; Mobile, AL, USA; American defensive lineman Darius Robinson of Missouri (6) works through a defensive drill during practice for the American team at Hancock Whitney Stadium. (Vasha Hunt-USA TODAY Sports)

Height: 6-foot-5
Weight: 296 pounds
Class: Senior

Fit: The Cardinals overachieved on defense in 2023 but will need to add difference-makers and culture builders on defense heading into 2024. Darius Robinson is a versatile, tough, physical and athletic defensive lineman who can line up anywhere on the field and create chaos. 

Robinson dominated the Senior Bowl and has earned himself first-round discussion heading into the NFL combine.

28. Buffalo Bills

Brian Thomas Jr., WR, LSU

Brian Thomas Jr. runs after a catch
LSU Tigers wide receiver Brian Thomas Jr. (11) runs with the ball towards Wisconsin Badgers cornerback Nyzier Fourqurean (10) during the first half at Raymond James Stadium. (Matt Pendleton-USA TODAY Sports)

Height: 6-foot-4
Weight: 205 pounds
Class: Junior

Fit: It’s no secret the Buffalo Bills are in the market for a WR2 this offseason. Using the draft to find one is probably the Bills’ best option. Brian Thomas Jr. was one of the most productive receivers in the country in 2023, and his game fits in perfectly with how the Bills play offense. 

Thomas’ deep-threat ability and big frame could be the perfect replacement for Gabe Davis and a perfect complement to Stefon Diggs.

29. Detroit Lions

Ennis Rakestraw Jr., CB, Missouri

Nov 4, 2023; Athens, Georgia, USA; Georgia Bulldogs wide receiver Rara Thomas (5) is tackled by Missouri Tigers defensive back Ennis Rakestraw Jr. (2) during the second half at Sanford Stadium. (Dale Zanine-USA TODAY Sports)

Height: 6-foot
Weight: 188 pounds
Class: Junior

Fit: The Detroit Lions’ secondary play was an absolute mess last season. Outside of an outstanding rookie season from Brian Branch, the inconsistency in the secondary led to many high-scoring affairs for the Lions. 

Ennis Rakestraw Jr. is one of two Missouri cornerbacks who should hear their name called in April with the other being Kris Abrams-Dranie. 

30. Baltimore Ravens

Kamari Lassiter, CB, Georgia

Sep 23, 2023; Athens, Georgia, USA; Georgia Bulldogs defensive back Kamari Lassiter (3) against the UAB Blazers in the second half at Sanford Stadium. (Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports)

Height: 6-foot
Weight: 180 pounds
Class: Junior

Fit: In 2023, the Baltimore Ravens had one of the most dominant defensive seasons in recent memory. But losing some key pieces on the defensive line and secondary could lead to some regression in 2024. 

Five players in the secondary are expected to hit free agency, so adding a starting-level cornerback will be a top priority for the Ravens. Kamari Lassiter is a perfect addition to a Ravens defense that prides itself on being physical and versatile.

31. San Francisco 49ers

Amarius Mims, OT, Georgia

Jan 9, 2023; Inglewood, CA, USA; Georgia Bulldogs offensive lineman Amarius Mims (65) and offensive lineman Tate Ratledge (69) against the TCU Horned Frogs during the CFP national championship game at SoFi Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports

Height: 6-foot-7

Weight: 328 pounds

Class: Junior

Fit: One of the few weaknesses on the San Francisco 49ers' offense was their right tackle play. Amarius Mims is one of the freakier athletes in this draft class, but injuries and a lack of snaps could end up seeing him fall further than his talent and traits would suggest. Mims would be a perfect fit in Kyle Shanahan's offense and could instantly upgrade their offensive line.

32. Kansas City Chiefs

Ladd McConkey, WR, Georgia

Georgia wide receiver Ladd McConkey
Georgia wide receiver Ladd McConkey makes a catch and runs for a touchdown against Florida State during the first half in the 2023 Orange Bowl. (Sam Navarro-USA TODAY Sports)

Height: 6-foot
Weight: 185 pounds
Class: Junior

Fit: After a great week at the Senior Bowl, Georgia’s Ladd McConkey is showing up more frequently in first-round mocks. McConkey’s ability to separate as a route runner and be a reliable hands catcher would be a huge addition to the Kansas City Chiefs

McConkey would be an excellent complement to Rashee Rice and Travis Kelce to make the AFC Champions even scarier heading in 2024.

Round 2

Pick 33, Carolina Panthers: Troy Franklin, WR, Oregon

Pick 34, New England Patriots: Jordan Morgan, OT, Arizona 

Pick 35, Arizona Cardinals: Troy Fautanu, OT, Washington 

Pick 36, Washington Commanders: Chris Braswell, EDGE, Alabama 

Pick 37, Los Angeles Chargers: T.J. Tampa, CB, Iowa State

Pick 38, Tennessee Titans: Keon Coleman, WR, Florida State 

Pick 39, New York Giants: Chop Robinson, EDGE, Penn State 

Pick 40, Washington Commanders: Kingsley Suamataia, OT, BYU

Pick 41, Green Bay Packers: Tyler Nubin, S, Minnesota

Pick 42, Minnesota Vikings: Jonah Elliss, EDGE, Utah 

Pick 43, Atlanta Falcons: Bo Nix, QB, Oregon 

Pick 44, Las Vegas Raiders: Michael Penix Jr., QB, Washington 

Pick 45, New Orleans Saints: Patrick Paul, OT, Houston 

Pick 46, Indianapolis Colts: Adonai Mitchell, WR, Texas 

Pick 47, New York Giants: Kiran Amegadjie, OT, Yale 

Pick 48, Jacksonville Jaguars: Zach Frazier, OC, West Virginia 

Pick 49, Cincinnati Bengals: Ja’Tavion Sanders, TE, Texas 

Pick 50, Philadelphia Eagles: Kamren Kinchens, S, Miami 

Pick 51, Los Angeles Rams: Adisa Isaac, EDGE, Penn State 

Pick 52, Pittsburgh Steelers: Jeremiah Trotter Jr., LB, Clemson 

Pick 53, Miami Dolphins: T’Vondre Sweat, DL, Texas 

Pick 54, Philadelphia Eagles: Xavier Legette, WR, South Carolina 

Pick 55, Cleveland Browns: Roman Wilson, WR, Michigan 

Pick 56, Dallas Cowboys: Edgerrin Cooper, LB, Texas A&M

Pick 57, Green Bay Packers: Kris Jenkins, DL, Michigan 

Pick 58, Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Cooper Bebe, OL, Kansas State

Pick 59, Houston Texans: Jermaine Burton, WR, Alabama 

Pick 60, Buffalo Bills: Dominick Puni, OT, Kansas 

Pick 61, Detroit Lions: Marshawn Kneeland, EDGE, Western Michigan 

Pick 62, Baltimore Ravens: Braden Fiske, DL, Florida State

Pick 63, San Francisco 49ers: Caelen Carson, CB, Wake Forest 

Pick 64, Kansas City Chiefs: Brandon Dorlus, EDGE, Oregon

Round 3

Pick 65, Carolina Panthers: Christian Haynes, OL, UConn

Pick 66, Arizona Cardinals: Mike Sainristil, CB, Michigan 

Pick 67, Washington Commanders: Payton Wilson, LB, NC State 

Pick 68, New England Patriots: Ricky Pearsall, WR, Florida 

Pick 69, Los Angeles Chargers: Xavier Worthy, WR, Texas 

Pick 70, New York Giants: Kalen King, CB, Penn State

Pick 71, Arizona Cardinals: Jonathan Brooks, RB, Texas 

Pick 72, New York Jets: Devontez Walker, WR, UNC

Pick 73, Detroit Lions: Malachi Corley, WR, Western Kentucky 

Pick 74, Atlanta Falcons: Jarrian Jones, CB, Florida State 

Pick 75, Chicago Bears: Javon Solomon, EDGE, Troy 

Pick 76, Denver Broncos: Spencer Rattler, QB, South Carolina 

Pick 77, Las Vegas Raiders: Leonard Taylor III, DL, Miami

Pick 78, Seattle Seahawks: McKinley Jackson, DL, Texas A&M

Pick 79, Jacksonville Jaguars: Calen Bullock, S, USC

Pick 80, Cincinnati Bengals: Michael Hall Jr., DL, Ohio State 

Pick 81, Seattle Seahawks: Austin Booker, EDGE, Kansas

Pick 82, Indianapolis Colts: Javon Bullard, S, Georgia 

Pick 83, Los Angeles Rams: Junior Colson, LB, Michigan 

Pick 84, Pittsburgh Steelers: Michael Pratt, QB, Tulane 

Pick 85, Houston Texans: Cedric Gray, LB, UNC

Pick 86, Cleveland Browns: Trey Benson, RB, Florida State

Pick 87, Dallas Cowboys: Bucky Irving, RB, Oregon

Pick 88, Green Bay Packers: Ja’Lynn Polk, WR, Washington 

Pick 89, Tampa Bay Buccaneers: D.J. James, CB, Auburn

Pick 90, Arizona Cardinals: DeWayne Carter, DL, Duke

Pick 91, Green Bay Packers: Christian Jones, OT, Texas

Pick 92, Detroit Lions: Ruke Orhorhoro, DL, Clemson 

Pick 93, Baltimore Ravens: Brenden Rice, WR, USC

Pick 94, San Francisco 49ers: Sione Vaki, S, Utah 

Pick 95, Kansas City Chiefs: Jalen McMillan, WR, Washington 

Pick 96, Jacksonville Jaguars: Jarvis Brownlee Jr., CB, Louisville 

Pick 97, Philadelphia Eagles: Blake Corum, RB, Michigan 

Pick 98, San Francisco 49ers: Xaiver Thomas, EDGE, Clemson 

Pick 99, Buffalo Bills: Max Melton, CB, Rutgers

Pick 100, Washington Commanders: Cam Hart, CB, Notre Dame