Southern California Trojans quarterback Caleb Williams
Arizona Wildcats linebacker Jacob Manu (5) and defensive lineman Russell Davis II (99) move in against Southern California Trojans quarterback Caleb Williams (13) during the first half at Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. (Gary A. Vasquez-USA TODAY Sports)

NFL Analysis

February 26, 2024

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2024 NFL Mock Draft: Latest Pre-Combine PRedictions For First 3 Rounds

The 2024 NFL Scouting Combine is just a few days away, and we have one more pre-combine mock draft to bring you before teams start to put together their final evaluations. Some big movement is anticipated over the next week or two, but here is a look at how the first two days of the 2024 NFL Draft could play out. 


1. Chicago Bears

Caleb Williams, QB, USC

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

Fit: The likelihood of Caleb Williams being the No. 1 pick for the Chicago Bears continues to rise as we inch toward the draft. While Williams is not a perfect prospect, he instantly raises the quarterback ceiling for the Bears due to the consistency and impact he can make through the air the minute he steps in as the starter. The upgrade at quarterback will bring Chicago closer to competing for a playoff spot with an improved defense and pass catchers on the way. 

2. Washington Commanders

Drake Maye, QB, North Carolina

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

Fit: There has been a lot of discussion regarding who will be the second quarterback drafted during the last few weeks. As talented as Jayden Daniels is, if Williams is the first overall pick, Drake Maye should be the second quarterback off the board and the new signal-caller in Washington. Maye makes a strong case for QB1, and the impact he can make with his legs and his arm can make the Washington offense more consistent in 2024 and beyond. 

3. New England Patriots

Jayden Daniels, QB, LSU

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

Fit: There are no trades in this mock draft, so the New England Patriots stand and take their quarterback of the future. The Patriots could strongly consider Marvin Harrison Jr. or Malik Nabers, but they still need plenty of roster help. In this case, Jayden Daniels is staring them down, and there is no guarantee they will pick this high next year. Taking Daniels' talent is likely the best short- and long-term option.

4. Arizona Cardinals

Marvin Harrison Jr., WR, Ohio State

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

Fit: One of the safest bets in this draft is Marvin Harrison Jr. going fourth overall to the Arizona Cardinals if he is available. Wide receiver is a massive need for the Cardinals, and Harrison is the bonafide 1A receiver in this draft class. The consistency and big-play ability Harrison would bring to the Arizona offense is something it has been missing since Larry Fitzgerald retired. This will be a big year for Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray, and adding Harrison will help them better evaluate the quarterback position.

5. Los Angeles Chargers

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: The Los Angeles Chargers will have some tough decisions with the fifth overall pick. Needing help at wide receiver, tight end and offensive line, the Chargers could go in multiple directions or trade back to accumulate more picks. One thing we know about Jim Harbaugh is how much he values toughness in the trenches. Los Angeles has a hole at right tackle and a premier offensive tackle staring them in the face. We could see the Chargers go away from selecting Malik Nabers or Brock Bowers to solidify their offensive line. Joe Alt would give the Chargers bookends at tackle. Rashawn Slater and Alt could be one of the top young tackle duos in the NFL.

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, La., on Nov. 25, 2023.

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

Fit: It is tough to think of a better scenario for the New York Giants here. Needing help at wide receiver and having a talent like Malik Nabers fall in your lap would be a huge boost to a Giants offense that has lacked top-end wide receiver play for years. Daniel Jones is likely heading into his last year in New York. Improving the weapons on offense will set things up nicely for whoever is under center for the Giants in 2025. Nabers, the most explosive receiver in this draft class, is in the same tier as Marvin Harrison Jr.

7. Tennessee Titans

Olu Fashanu, OT, Penn State

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

Fit: Alt is off the board, so the Tennessee Titans turn to Olu Fashanu to solidify their left tackle hole. Fashanu has been unfairly dropped on many boards this offseason due to being out of sight and out of mind, but the Penn State left tackle is a clean prospect across the board with an ultra-high ceiling. Fashanu is the perfect answer for the Titans' left tackle woes and can help give Tennessee a clearer picture of what they have in quarterback Will Levis going forward.

8. Atlanta Falcons

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: Atlanta Falcons fans, bear with me. As disappointing as many would be with this selection, J.J. McCarthy will get drafted higher than several forecast. While the questions regarding McCarthy’s ability to put an NFL offense on his back are valid, McCarthy has the athleticism and arm talent to develop into a quality starter in the NFL. There are whispers that the Falcons like multiple quarterbacks in this class and are heavily considering drafting one at No. 8 or moving up to get one of the top three guys if they fall out of the top six. 


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: The Bears hit a grand slam in this scenario with their two top 10 picks. While it is becoming less likely Washington WR Rome Odunze will be available here, he fell this far in this mock draft. So the Bears grab a receiver to pair with new quarterback Caleb Williams. Odunze would join DJ Moore to give Williams two explosive receivers who can win at all three levels of the field and after the catch.

10. New York Jets

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: Deciding between JC Latham and Taliese Fuaga was a tough call here. While both players project as right tackles in the NFL, a move into guard is more likely for Fuaga. Latham is a monstrous right tackle who moves well for his size. His dominance in pass protection is much needed to help keep Aaron Rodgers clean while the New York Jets look to end their playoff drought after 13 seasons.

11. Minnesota Vikings

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: The Minnesota Vikings are in an interesting spot. They have a big hole at quarterback and many more on defense. The Vikings could go in many different directions with the 11th overall pick. But with the top four quarterbacks off the board, selecting the top cornerback or edge rusher would likely be the call for the Vikings. Until we get a clearer picture of what the Vikings plan to do with Danielle Hunter, taking my top-ranked defender and the CB1 in this class in Terrion Arnold is an excellent fit for their defense in the middle of the first round.

12. Denver Broncos

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: Like the Vikings, the Denver Broncos are hunting quarterbacks and impact defenders with the 12th overall pick. The top four quarterbacks and the top-ranked cornerback are off the board, so grabbing a top-ranked edge rusher could be a quality pivot plan for general manager George Patton. How this edge group ends up ranking out will likely depend on the medicals for Laiatu Latu, but Dallas Turner’s explosiveness and length make him an intriguing option for the Broncos inside the top 15.

13. Las Vegas Raiders

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: Under new head coach Antonio Pierce, installing toughness and physicality will be a key for the Las Vegas Raiders. It’s difficult to find a more physical and tough player than Oregon State’s Taliese Fuaga. Las Vegas has holes on the offensive line at tackle and guard, so the versatility that Fuaga offers at right tackle and guard provides an ideal positional fit and personality fit for the locker room. 

14. New Orleans Saints

Jared Verse, Edge, Florida State

Height: 6-foot-4
Weight: 260 pounds
Class: RS Junior

Fit: Four offensive tackles and only one edge rusher are off the board here, so the New Orleans Saints would be wise to take the second-ranked edge rusher over the fifth-ranked tackle. Jared Verse is a true three-down defensive lineman who offers pass rush and run-defending impact. Verse can play anywhere along the line of scrimmage for the Saints and could be a great option as Cam Jordan’s successor. 

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 the biggest risers of the offseason was Toledo’s Quinyon Mitchell. While it should not surprise anyone if he ends up being the first cornerback drafted in April, the Indianapolis Colts get excellent value in the middle of the first round. Mitchell’s high-end athletic and physical profile, paired with exceptional ball and cover skills, puts him in the running with Arnold for the top cornerback in the draft. Mitchell is primed for a huge week at the NFL Combine and could be on his way to flying up draft boards.

16. Seattle Seahawks

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: Without medical concerns, UCLA edge rusher Laiatu Latu would not be available here for the Seattle Seahawks. But with the 16th overall pick, the potential reward is worth the risk. Laiatu is the most talented edge rusher in this class and has the production and advanced metrics to be considered in the top 10. Laiatu's medical testing this week in Indianapolis is important, but based on the tape, this is a steal for general manager John Schneider.

17. Jacksonville Jaguars

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: Adding one of the biggest winners of the 2024 offseason is a no-brainer here for the Jacksonville Jaguars, who have needs at guard and center. Jackson Powers-Johnson dominated the 2024 Reese’s Senior Bowl, solidifying himself as a first-round pick. But how high can he rise over the next two months? With only one year of starting experience at center, Powers-Johnson’s guard/center flexibility is a major plus in his evaluation. While many love the nastiness and physicality he brings as a run blocker, we cannot overlook how fluid and athletic he can be in pass protection.

18. Cincinnati Bengals

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: Georgia TE Brock Bowers' future team is truly a mystery. It would surprise almost no one if Bowers were the pick at No. 5 by the Chargers, at No. 10 by the Jets or at No. 15 by the Colts. While it is tough to imagine Bowers falling to the Cincinnati Bengals at 18th, it is not out of the question with the other teams' needs and the value at other positions. Bowers would be a massive addition to a Cincinnati offense that needs a tight end.

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: One of my favorite fits in the 2024 NFL Draft is Iowa CB Cooper DeJean to the Los Angeles Rams. They have a significant need at cornerback and safety. DeJean can kill two birds with one stone thanks to his versatility and athleticism. He is a pure cornerback for me, but some teams will want him to tap into his versatility to paint different pictures for opposing offenses. DeJean will not test at the combine but is expected to work out at his pro day before the draft. With one of the most impressive athletic profiles in this class, DeJean will only rise once he can work out. 

20. Pittsburgh Steelers

Amarius Mims, OT, Georgia

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

Height: 6-foot-7

Weight: 328 pounds

Class: Junior

Fit: The Pittsburgh Steelers hit a home run with Broderick Jones in the 2023 NFL Draft. Going back to the Georgia well for a franchise right tackle in Amarius Mims would be another first-round home run. It would also allow Jones to move back to his natural position, left tackle. Mims does not have much experience in college, but the little bit we have seen shows flashes of dominance from the big right tackle. Mims and Jones would be a dynamic offensive tackle pairing that could lead a dominant pass-protecting and run-blocking unit going forward.

21. Miami Dolphins

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: The Miami Dolphins have a significant hole at center and a long-term hole at left tackle, making Duke’s Graham Barton a perfect fit in the first round. Barton, the Blue Devils' starting left tackle of the last three years, impressed at center as a true freshman and could move inside full-time in the NFL. Barton is a good athlete with a strong anchor and violent hands. He has the versatility to play tackle, center and guard in the NFL.

22. Philadelphia Eagles

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: The Philadelphia Eagles must improve their defense. They have holes at cornerback, linebacker, safety and edge, and the Eagles have three picks in the first two rounds. We can anticipate they will be defense-heavy with their selections. Clemson CB Nate Wiggins would be an excellent addition to the Eagles cornerback room. Wiggins is one of this class's best pure cover corners and could be the perfect successor to Darius Slay.

23. Houston Texans

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: One of the most challenging things in this class is projecting where Byron Murphy II and Jer’Zhan Newton will end up. Murphy is a top-15 talent, but with the top half of the draft loaded with quarterbacks, wide receivers and offensive tackles, a few quality players may fall. That is excellent news for the Houston Texans, who have a need at defensive tackle and land a stud here. Murphy is a high-ceiling interior defensive lineman who excels at stopping the run and rushing the passer. Murphy has NFL-ready size, strength and athleticism and will be a difference-maker wherever he ends up. 

24. Dallas Cowboys

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: Mike Zimmer is locked in as defensive coordinator for the Dallas Cowboys. So, finding a cornerback to play opposite Trevon Diggs with DaRon Bland moving to the slot is one of Dallas’ most significant needs heading into the draft. Stephon Gilmore is a free agent, and drafting an intelligent cornerback to pick up Zimmer’s complex scheme quickly will be essential. Kool-Aid McKinstry was a multi-year starter in Nick Saban’s defense that runs many of the same concepts we have seen from Zimmer over the years. 

25. Green Bay Packers

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: Dropping Tyler Guyton into the mix is a tremendous positional and roster fit for the Green Bay Packers, who need a quality tackle. Guyton proved at the Senior Bowl that he was comfortable playing left tackle after solely playing on the right side at Oklahoma. The former tight end has the athleticism, power, and size to develop into a Pro Bowl tackle if drafted into the right situation. The fit and value here toward the end of the first round is an excellent pairing for Green Bay and Guyton.

26. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Troy Fautanu, OT, Washington

Washington Huskies offensive lineman Troy Fautanu
Washington offensive lineman Troy Fautanu (55) celebrates after the Huskies scored against Oregon Ducks the first quarter at Allegiant Stadium. (Stephen R. Sylvanie-USA TODAY Sports)

Height: 6-foot-4
Weight: 317 pounds
Class: Junior

Fit: The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have had a revolving door along the interior of their offensive line for far too long. Washington’s Troy Fautanu has tackle/guard flexibility and enters the NFL with an excellent college track record. Fautanu has been a stud at left tackle for the Huskies over the last two years but projects out with a higher ceiling at guard. He could fill a significant need for the Buccaneers.

27. Arizona Cardinals

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: Jer’Zhan Newton is one of the most interesting prospects in this class. Despite being undersized, Newton’s speed, power, balance and change of direction skills make him one of the more disruptive defenders in this draft class. We have seen in previous years that undersized defensive linemen fall. Newton would be utilized perfectly in Jonathan Gannon’s defense and could produce early and often in his rookie year as a situational pass rusher. 

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: Stefon Diggs’ long-term status in Buffalo is a question mark, and Gabe Davis is likely leaving in free agency. The Buffalo Bills must improve their receiver room. Plenty of talent is available in this draft, and landing Brian Thomas Jr. would fill a considerable need with a lot of value. Thomas is one of the most productive receivers in this class and can be a consistent big-play threat in the NFL, especially with Josh Allen’s ability to throw the deep ball. 

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: It is no secret the Detroit Lions need help at cornerback, and Missouri’s Ennis Rakestraw Jr. would be a perfect addition. Rakestraw is a bit undersized but plays up in weight class in coverage and has the athleticism and physicality to survive on the outside in Aaron Glenn’s defensive scheme.

30. Baltimore Ravens

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 Baltimore Ravens have multiple defensive linemen hitting free agency this offseason and could look to replenish their depth via the draft. Darius Robinson is a perfect fit for the Baltimore defensive front with his ability to move up and down the line of scrimmage without sacrificing much as a run defender or pass rusher. Robinson worked himself into the Round 1 conversation after a solid Senior Bowl week and could see his stock rise even further after the combine. 

31. San Francisco 49ers

Jordan Morgan, OT, Arizona

Arizona offensive lineman Jordan Morgan (77) against Arizona State during the Territorial Cup at Mountain America Stadium. (Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports)

Height: 6-foot-5
Weight: 325 pounds
Class: Senior

Fit: Trent Williams is still playing at a high level, so drafting a versatile offensive lineman will be critical if that is the direction the San Francisco 49ers look to go in the first round. Jordan Morgan has been one of the best college left tackles over the last few seasons but can move inside to guard or over to right tackle if necessary. The 49ers offensive line must play better in 2024, and Morgan could be an instant upgrade at multiple spots.

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: Another big riser this offseason has been Georgia WR Ladd McConkey. As one of the best natural separators in this class, McConkey’s value comes in his route running and ability to create easy throwing windows for quarterbacks. McConkey would finally give quarterback Patrick Mahomes a reliable receiver who can help take some stress off his shoulders in the Kansas City Chiefs offense. 

Round 2

Pick 33, Carolina Panthers: Adonai Mitchell, WR, Texas

Pick 34, New England Patriots: Troy Franklin, WR, Oregon

Pick 35, Arizona Cardinals: Edgerrin Cooper, LB, Texas A&M

Pick 36, Washington Commanders: Chop Robinson, EDGE, Penn State 

Pick 37, Los Angeles Chargers: Roman Wilson, WR, Michigan 

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

Pick 39, New York Giants: Chris Braswell, EDGE, Alabama 

Pick 40, Washington Commanders: T.J. Tampa, CB, Iowa State

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

Pick 42, Minnesota Vikings: Zach Frazier, OC, West Virginia 

Pick 43, Atlanta Falcons: Adisa Isaac, EDGE, Penn State

Pick 44, Las Vegas Raiders: Kamari Lassiter, CB, Georgia

Pick 45, New Orleans Saints: Kingsley Suamataia, OT, BYU

Pick 46, Indianapolis Colts:  Jonah Elliss, EDGE, Utah 

Pick 47, New York Giants: Bo Nix, QB, Oregon 

Pick 48, Jacksonville Jaguars: Bralen Trice, EDGE, Washington

Pick 49, Cincinnati Bengals: Kiran Amegadjie, OT, Yale 

Pick 50, Philadelphia Eagles: Payton Wilson, LB, NC State

Pick 51, Los Angeles Rams: Kris Jenkins, DL, Michigan 

Pick 52, Pittsburgh Steelers: Junior Colson, LB, Michigan 

Pick 53, Miami Dolphins: Ja’Tavion Sanders, TE, Texas 

Pick 54, Philadelphia Eagles: Jermaine Burton, WR, Alabama 

Pick 55, Cleveland Browns: Xavier Worthy, WR, Texas 

Pick 56, Dallas Cowboys: Ja’Lynn Polk, WR, Washington 

Pick 57, Green Bay Packers: Ruke Orhorhoro, DL, Clemson 

Pick 58, Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Michael Penix Jr., QB, Washington 

Pick 59, Houston Texans: Jalen McMillan, WR, Washington 

Pick 60, Buffalo Bills: Brandon Dorlus, EDGE, Oregon

Pick 61, Detroit Lions: Christian Haynes, OL, UConn

Pick 62, Baltimore Ravens: Mike Sainristil, CB, Michigan

Pick 63, San Francisco 49ers: Khyree Jackson, CB, Oregon

Pick 64, Kansas City Chiefs: T’Vondre Sweat, DL, Texas 

Round 3

Pick 65, Carolina Panthers: Patrick Paul, OT, Houston 

Pick 66, Arizona Cardinals:  Kamren Kinchens, S, Miami 

Pick 67, Washington Commanders:  Cedric Gray, LB, UNC

Pick 68, New England Patriots: Marshawn Kneeland, EDGE, Western Michigan 

Pick 69, Los Angeles Chargers: Cade Stover, TE, Ohio State 

Pick 70, New York Giants: Jeremiah Trotter Jr., LB, Clemson 

Pick 71, Arizona Cardinals: Blake Fisher, OT, Notre Dame  

Pick 72, New York Jets: Ricky Pearsall, WR, Florida 

Pick 73, Detroit Lions: DeWayne Carter, DL, Duke

Pick 74, Atlanta Falcons: Caelen Carson, CB, Wake Forest 

Pick 75, Chicago Bears: Austin Booker, EDGE, Kansas

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

Pick 77, Las Vegas Raiders: Jonathan Brooks, RB, Texas 

Pick 78, Seattle Seahawks: Christian Mahogany, iOL, Boston College 

Pick 79, Atlanta Falcons: Malachi Corley, WR, Western Kentucky 

Pick 80, Cincinnati Bengals: Braden Fiske, DL, Florida State

Pick 81, Seattle Seahawks: Marist Liufau, LB, Notre Dame 

Pick 82, Indianapolis Colts: Xavier Legette, WR, South Carolina 

Pick 83, Los Angeles Rams: Javon Bullard, S, Georgia 

Pick 84, Pittsburgh Steelers: Sedrick Van Pran, iOL, Georgia 

Pick 85, Houston Texans: Tommy Eichenberg, LB, Ohio State 

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

Pick 87, Dallas Cowboys: Beaux Limmer, iOL, Arkansas 

Pick 88, Green Bay Packers: Jaylen Wright, RB, Tennessee  

Pick 89, Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Dominick Puni, OT, Kansas 

Pick 90, Arizona Cardinals: Gabriel Murphy, EDGE, UCLA 

Pick 91, Green Bay Packers: Kris Abrams-Draine, CB, Missouri 

Pick 92, Detroit Lions: Matt Goncalves, OT, Pittsburgh 

Pick 93, Baltimore Ravens: Blake Corum, RB, Michigan

Pick 94, San Francisco 49ers: Calen Bullock, S, USC

Pick 95, Kansas City Chiefs: Andru Phillips, CB, Kentucky

Pick 96, Jacksonville Jaguars: Jarrian Jones, CB, Florida State 

Pick 97, Philadelphia Eagles: Christian Jones, OT, Texas  

Pick 98, San Francisco 49ers: Cooper Bebe, OL, Kansas State

Pick 99, Buffalo Bills: Cam Hart, CB, Notre Dame

Pick 100, Los Angeles Rams: Javon Solomon, EDGE, Troy 

Pick 101, Washington Commanders: Devontez Walker, WR, UNC