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Josh Berg & Alex Katson’s 2020 7 Round Mock Draft

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What’s good, y’all? Josh and I have been hard at work, both with the 2020 NFL Draft and our day jobs during quarantine as well. That means that our show, the Whole Nine Draft Podcast, is unfortunately currently on hiatus. Fret not, though!

We put together this 7 rounder with the intention of putting it on the podcast, but we’ve decided to get it out in print for our wonderful readers. It’s purely predictive, has trades only in the first round, and was a massive undertaking for the two of us. There’s also a list of the best UDFAs that were left on the board that we put together.

We appreciate your support for all of our work throughout this past year, as Josh recently reached 400 followers on Twitter, while I recently hit 300. We’re hard at work on some really fun stuff for you guys for 2021 already, so make sure you stay tuned!

Here’s the complete list of teams we picked for:


Cincinnati Bengals

Washington Redskins

Detroit Lions

New York Giants

Miami Dolphins

Los Angeles Chargers

Jacksonville Jaguars

New York Jets

Las Vegas Raiders

Atlanta Falcons

Dallas Cowboys

Philadelphia Eagles

Seattle Seahawks

Kansas City Chiefs

Pittsburgh Steelers

Buffalo Bills


Carolina Panthers

Arizona Cardinals

Cleveland Browns

San Francisco 49ers

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Denver Broncos

Minnesota Vikings

New England Patriots

New Orleans Saints

Baltimore Ravens

Tennessee Titans

Green Bay Packers

Indianapolis Colts

Houston Texans

Chicago Bears

Los Angeles Rams

First Round

1.1 CIN (Alex): Joe Burrow, QB, LSU

Joe Burrow
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The Bengals used all three of their allotted weekly FaceTime calls to chat with Joe Burrow a couple weeks back. Burrow now has 10,000 to 1 odds of being the #1 pick. It’s like we’re watching Too Hot to Handle: all Cincinnati and Burrow want is to be together, but it’s not allowed until Thursday.

1.2 WAS (Alex): Chase Young, EDGE, Ohio State

Chase Young
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No change here, as Washington has pretty much dropped out of trade talks for the #2 pick. Rightfully so, considering the best player in the last three to five years is almost guaranteed to be on the board. Young has only met with the Bengals, Redskins, and Lions. That makes it somewhat obvious that he’s not going to be waiting long to hear his name called.

TRADE: DET trades pick 1.3 for MIA picks 1.5, 1.26, and 5.173

1.3 MIA (via DET) (Alex): Justin Herbert, QB, Oregon

Justin Herbert
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Something about this just feels right. Brett Kollman’s assassination of Herbert aside, the Oregon signal caller has enjoyed a relatively quiet pre-draft process. He’s risen to QB2 on most predictive boards solely through not having fractured his hip in November. Good career move by Herbert. Arm strength and prototypical size are his best traits, but Miami will have to bolster the offensive line to keep him under control.

1.4 NYG (Alex): Isaiah Simmons, LB, Clemson

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This is assuming Dave Gettleman’s internet setup is as glorious as his Nintendo Wii film-watching one. Imagine if the queen in a game of chess developed free will. That’s Isaiah Simmons on a football field. It’s probably safe to assume new head coach Joe Judge will want to implement a multiple-front defense like the one in New England, which makes Simmons a perfect fit. Line him up at safety, linebacker, edge rusher, corner, whatever. He’s the textbook definition of “playmaker”.

1.5 DET (via MIA) (Alex): Jeffrey Okudah, CB, Ohio State

Jeffrey Okudah
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It must be fun to be associated with the Lions right now, either as personnel or as a fan. As personnel, you get to do all sorts of fun stuff. Like, say, leak that the Giants have done a lot of work on Justin Herbert to pump up the value of #3 overall. (Hypothetically, of course.) As a fan, you get to go to sleep at night knowing your favorite team will likely be given a treasure trove of assets to move down and still select their intended target.

Okudah is a more than perfect replacement for the departed Darius Slay. With Davante Adams, Adam Thielen, and Allen Robinson catching passes in the NFC North, a lockdown press man corner seems like a good thing to have. Okudah is that and more. Honestly, he might bring the concept of a true “island” back for the first time since Darrelle Revis.

1.6 LAC (Alex): Tua Tagovailoa, QB, Alabama

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Whether you call it predictive or rigged, it’s tempting to clown me for having Tua fall to my Chargers. I understand. However, it’s something that seems genuinely possible in the wake of the Weirdest Year in NFL Draft History(TM). The Alabama star didn’t make it to Miami for a medical check before the country went into lockdown, which may scare the Dolphins away from making the pick.

As I’ve written previously, Los Angeles does not have this luxury. Yes, GM Tom Telesco has stressed the importance of durability in pre-draft pressers. However, Tagovailoa would be the revenue generator the Chargers desperately need right now. Even if he’s not ready to play immediately, the team has Tyrod Taylor in place to start for part or all of 2020 while Tua regains his strength.

1.7 CAR (Josh): Derrick Brown, IDL, Auburn

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Finally I get to make a pick! It felt like the two choices were rigged when Alex split the teams in two groups, but that’s okay. Carolina is one of the more intriguing teams in the first round, especially inside the top ten because nobody really knows the direction they want to go. Obviously Isaiah Simmons would be an immediate perfect replacement for the recently retired Luke Kuechly, but he was sniped by the Giants at pick four, so the Panthers take a best player available approach here that fits a need.

After losing Gerald McCoy, Vernon Butler, and Dontari Poe to free agency, Kawaan Short is lonelier in the defensive line depth chart than I am in my actual life. That says a lot. Bringing in Derrick Brown here as a high floor run stopper solidifies the defensive starting front for Carolina early on.

1.8 ARI (Josh): Tristan Wirfs, OT, Iowa

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Heading into the draft process, the Arizona Cardinals were heavily linked to offensive playmakers to extend the arsenal for quarterback Kyler Murray. Fast forward a few months and the Cardinals fleeced the Houston Texans out of DeAndre Hopkins. Now, they can now offer Murray some serious protection so he is not running like a bat out of hell (shoutout Dennis Leary) every time he gets the ball snapped to him.

It remains to be seen how highly Keim and Kliff will prioritize offensive line, but after the pre-draft process Tristan Wirfs has had and the already incredible tape he put out, this pick seems like a match made in heaven for the Cardinals offense.

1.9 JAX (Alex): CJ Henderson, CB, Florida

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Henderson is apparently higher on some teams’ boards than Jeffrey Okudah, which is obscene. It’s also probably an attempted bait to force a team like Atlanta into trading wayyyyy up for him. The news that the Falcons are planning on being hyper-aggressive in the draft broke after these picks were made, however. Because of this, Henderson lands in Jacksonville.

GM Dave Caldwell seems to greatly enjoy picking Florida-based talent for his (currently) Florida-based team. It just so happens that Henderson also fills a gigantic hole in this Jaguars defense. Their two star corners (Jalen Ramsey and AJ Bouye) were among the first of many highly talented victims of Jacksonville’s locker room purge. Starting Tre Herndon is not a good plan, unless you’re intending to end up with Trevor Lawrence in 2021.

TRADE: CLE trades pick 1.10 for DEN picks 1.15 and 3.95

1.10 DEN (via CLE) (Josh): Henry Ruggs III, WR, Alabama

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John Elway got lucky when his franchise quarterback Drew Lock fell all the way to the second round in 2019. Now it is time to surround him with as much talent as possible to compete in that division with Patrick Mahomes. Unfortunately for John, one of these top tier receivers will not be falling into his laps. If he wants to land a dynamic playmaker, he is going to have to move on up.

Cleveland seems like the perfect trade partner for Denver as they jump New York, Vegas and San Fran who all have needs at receiver. Ruggs offers the perfect compliment to Courtland Sutton and creates a nice one-two punch on the outside for Drew Lock’s rocket arm.

1.11 NYJ (Alex): Jedrick Wills Jr., OT, Alabama

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Sam Darnold’s 2019 was like the opening sequence of a Luigi’s Mansion game, but with more mono. Giving him Jedrick Wills to protect his blind side is like giving Luigi the vacuum.

(As an aside, Luigi is the best Nintendo character.)

Wills is the most pro-ready tackle in the class and is just 20 years old. While he’s not as athletic as Tristan Wirfs or Mekhi Becton, he won’t have any problem moving to left tackle. Darnold hasn’t had a consistently clean enough pocket to be able to fairly evaluate him, but adding Wills is a big step towards that reality.

1.12 LVR (Alex): Jerry Jeudy, WR, Alabama

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Mike Mayock seemingly has a gigantic advantage in this draft. The Raiders GM scouted in roughly the same way as any other member of Draft Twitter for years for NFL Network. Now, every team has to do it that way? It just sets the stage for Mayock to wipe the floor with them.

That starts with Jerry Jeudy, who’s the best route runner of the last eight years or so. Jeudy has been nitpicked to death for the entire season, which has contributed to a slow decline in his stock. He’s still a bona fide WR1, especially for a Raiders team whose best receiver in 2019 was either a tight end, a former UDFA, or a grape enthusiast.

1.13 SF (via IND) (Josh): CeeDee Lamb, WR, Oklahoma

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It turns out that John Lynch actually knows what he is doing with the San Francisco 49ers. This roster is stacked with talent and loaded with a lot of young cornerstones for the future. Deebo Samuel was a fun highlight reel player for the Niners last season, but Jimmy G needs more help. Insert CeeDee Lamb to play opposite of him. Samuel and CeeDee over the middle of the field is going to be giving opposing defensive coordinators nightmares for years to come.

1.14 TB: Andrew Thomas, OT, Georgia

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Tom Brady is old. Sorry to burst the bubble for everybody but he cannot play forever. So of course Tampa Bay is going to do everything they can to protect their big investment they made this offseason. Insert Andrew Thomas, the most pro ready offensive tackle in this year’s class. With the experience of protecting the left side of the offensive line at Georgia, Thomas is the definition of plug and play offensive lineman at the next level. Bringing in Thomas allows Tampa to try and continue TB12’s career for a few more seasons in a Bucs uniform.

1.15 CLE (via DEN) (Josh): Mekhi Becton, OT, Louisville

Mekhi Becton
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I have mocked this pick for so long I would be shocked if Becton is not a Cleveland Brown. This pick is getting a lot of hate around the community and I don’t quite understand why. Becton fits what Stefanski is going to bring to the table perfectly. He’s a big bodied, athletically gifted player that can move and shift the run and pass game in a zone blocking scheme.

Stefanski wants Baker to get the ball out quickly, and be able to shift the pocket. Becton’s tape is primarily him running around bulldozing defenders. What other proof do Browns fans need?

1.16 ATL (Alex): Javon Kinlaw, IDL, South Carolina

Javon Kinlaw
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This is a better value than crude oil, and oil companies are paying people to take that. There’s really no good explanation for Kinlaw falling this far apart from pure positional value. Defensive tackles simply aren’t highly coveted in the NFL unless they’re seen as immediate and long-term game breakers. Even then, Aaron Donald went at 13 because he’s “only” 6’1”.

Kinlaw’s tape is reminiscent of someone who’s replaced their legs with rocket engines but hasn’t gotten used to it quite yet. He’s incredibly explosive and powerful, but those same qualities sometimes take him past the play. Next to Grady Jarrett, however, the former Gamecock could see massive success without having to change his play style very much.

1.17 DAL (Alex): K’Lavon Chaisson, EDGE, LSU

K'Lavon Chaisson
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Chaisson isn’t your typical hyper-athletic guy that’s only been playing football for a few years but gets first round buzz because TRAITS. He’s remarkably polished for having only played 24 games of college football, especially in run defense. His production didn’t match his talent level and injuries took away much of his college career, however.

Dallas doesn’t seem like a team that will care about those things, for whatever reason. Call it a gut feeling. Chaisson is among a rare class of prospect that’s simply good at football, which is a largely abstract concept that I’ve thus far been unable to pin down as a collection of traits. Next to Demarcus Lawrence in Dallas, with Gerald McCoy and Dontari Poe on the interior, Chaisson will get plenty of one-on-one opportunities. It’s likely he’ll make the most of them.

1.18 MIA (via PIT) (Alex): Xavier McKinney, S, Alabama

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All of the top 4 tackles going by 15 is a nightmare scenario for Miami. It doesn’t make sense to reach for somebody like Ezra Cleveland or Isaiah Wilson with so many other holes on the roster, however.

Enter Xavier McKinney, a versatile Alabama safety to replace the one Miami traded for this pick. McKinney’s skillset is sort of inverted from Minkah’s, though. He’s best in a box or Cover 2 deep safety role. With the two highest-paid corners in the league calling Miami home, McKinney would be able to be his uber-aggressive self in run support. It’s a nice consolation prize in the wake of a lack of offensive line help thus far in the draft.

1.19 LVR (via CHI) (Alex): Jeff Gladney, CB, TCU

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Mayock strikes gold again with Gladney, who put forth some of the best pure tape of any corner in 2019. He plays with the type of physicality and swagger that Vegas has showed they like (i.e., Jonathan Abram). Press man is his strong suit, as he takes just a beat longer to recognize routes when in off coverage.

The Raiders’ corner depth chart is weird, with 2019 2nd rounder Trayvon Mullen and veteran nickelback Nevin Lawson listed as the starters by ESPN. Then there’s Lamarcus Joyner, who apparently doesn’t play safety anymore? Ken Crawley, a 27 year old on a reserve/futures contract. 2019 4th rounder Isaiah Johnson. Keisean Nixon, who’s Snoop Dogg’s nephew. Gladney brings an element of stability to this jumbled mess of a depth chart.

1.20 JAX (via LAR) (Alex): Justin Jefferson, WR, LSU

Justin Jefferson
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It’s hard to project this pick before knowing the full extent of Jacksonville’s firesale. It could end up being D’Andre Swift, should Leonard Fournette be moved before Thursday. It could be an edge rusher like AJ Epenesa or Yetur Gross-Matos if Yannick Ngakoue finally leaves town. For now, though, receiver seems to be a likely option.

Calling Marqise Lee “productive” may be a reach, but his release does underline wide receiver as a need in Duval. Pairing Jefferson with his (brief) collegiate teammate DJ Chark sounds like a nice 1-2 punch at the position, though. Add a healthy Dede Westbrook and Chris Conley and it’s far from the worst 4-deep group in the league. 2020 should be about giving Gardner Minshew a fair shot at being the leader of the franchise. Giving him a weapon like Jefferson does that.

1.21 PHI (Alex): Kenneth Murray, LB, Oklahoma

Kenneth Murray
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The Eagles would probably draft Sonic at this point if given the chance. They’re reportedly all in on speed at every position, which is a nice change from the mid-2000s era the NFC East seems perpetually stuck in. Even with Jefferson off the board, receiver is a real consideration here, especially TCU’s Jalen Reagor.

Instead, though, let’s talk about human heat-seeking missile Kenneth Murray. Murray is a bit like Kinlaw, in that both of them shoot across the field seemingly without any idea of where they’re going. The Oklahoma ‘backer certainly fits the definition of “speed”, though. He’s best as a 4-3 OLB, where Philly currently starts Nathan Gerry and Alex Singleton, That spot would allow him to run free and blow ball carriers up to his heart’s content.

1.22 MIN (via BUF) (Josh): Kristian Fulton, CB, LSU

Kristian Fulton
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Much like an HGTV television program, the Minnesota Vikings secondary went over a complete makeover this offseason. So far, if this was an episode of Flip or Flop, the result would leave viewers severely disappointed. As a Vikings fan, I am not overly confident in sending Holton Hill and Mike Hughes to defend the likes of Davante Adams, Allen Robinson and Kenny Golladay.

Kristian Fulton’s film can go against anyone in this class. It is enjoyable to watch and there are a lot of positives in it. He has ideal length and fluidity for the position, and he proved he could hang with the best in the country this past season. The one downside that is pushing him down the boards are his sketchy medicals, as Fulton has battled nagging injuries over the course of his collegiate career. With the Vikings desperately needing bodies in the DB room, Fulton comes in as a Day 1 starter.

1.23 NE (Josh): AJ Epenesa, EDGE, Iowa

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Epenesa is that girl in high school that everybody thinks is cute, but nobody wants to date. Everybody remembers that girl in their graduating class. Point being, Epenesa is a very clean prospect. He is solid at what he does, he doesn’t come with any baggage, and he won’t break your heart with his on-field performance. However, he also does not make you feel special and he isn’t going to be anything more than a high floor rock solid player.

New England eats those types of players up. Scheme versatile, high floor players fit the Bill Belichick defense. Epenesa can play inside or outside on the defensive front and has one of the highest floors in the entire draft, but his ceiling is a lot lower due to his limitations athletically. Bill will find ways to utilize his strengths and add a boost to the defensive line in New England.

1.24 NO (Josh): Patrick Queen, LB, LSU

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The Saints fixed what seemed to be their biggest need this offseason when bringing in Emmanuel Sanders to play opposite of Michael Thomas. Now DeMario Davis needs to find his partner to line up next to. Insert Patrick Queen. Very fun and dynamic linebacker that is a perfect fit here in New Orleans to tandem and eventually take over for DeMario Davis as he gets up in age. Not a lot of analysis for this selection because this pick just makes way too much sense for New Orleans to not make here at 24.

TRADE: MIN trades pick 1.25 for IND picks 2.34 and 2.44

1.25 IND (via MIN) (Josh): Jordan Love, QB, Utah State

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Really quickly: the reasoning for this trade is pretty simple. Minnesota likes moving up and down boards frequently and have been rumored to want to trade out of one of their first round picks. In doing this trade, Indy ensures a fifth year option on their selection.

Andrew Luck ripped apart the hearts of Colts fans when announcing his retirement last season, leaving many in Indianapolis with giant holes in their hearts. After trying to repair a heartbreak with a Band-Aid in Jacoby Brissett, what do the Colts do? Grab another Band-Aid in Philip Rivers. Although an upgrade over the generic brand of band-aids, Rivers is still a band-aid, or short term solution to a major problem in Indianapolis.

As much as it pains me to say it, the real solution that Indianapolis needs at the QB position to cure their heartbreak of their last long-term relationship is a little bit of Love. Love (the player and emotion) will take time to develop and grow, so taking it slow seems to be a great approach for Indianapolis here with their new QB here at 25.

1.26 DET (via MIA via HOU) (Alex): Yetur Gross-Matos, EDGE, Penn State

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This just seems like a fit. Maybe it’s because Gross-Matos is reminiscent of current Lion Trey Flowers. He’s a stout run defender who will accumulate 7-10 sacks purely on effort every year, but he’s got the ceiling to be squarely in double digits without fail. The concern right now is football IQ: his processing speed just isn’t up to NFL standards at this point in time.

In Detroit, that almost doesn’t matter. The Lions have Flowers, Da’Shawn Hand, and Romeo Okwara already on the roster, which is a lot of name-brand talent. While they haven’t performed up to that level, their presence allows YGM to take on a smaller role while having the NFL game drilled into his brain behind the scenes. However, GM Bob Quinn and coach Matt Patricia’s seats must be feeling a bit warm, which may push Gross-Matos into more action.

TRADE: SEA trades pick 1.27 for MIA picks 2.39, 4.141, and 5.154

1.27 MIA (via SEA) (Alex): D’Andre Swift, RB, Georgia

D'Andre Swift
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It seems unlikely that Miami will make all of their 14 allotted selections this year. They profile as de facto Team Chaos this year, moving up and down on a whim to secure players they covet. That began with Justin Herbert at 3 and continues here with Swift.

Running backs are decidedly uncool in today’s NFL, unless they’re exactly Christian McCaffrey or Saquon Barkley. That said, a depth chart of Jordan Howard, Kalen Ballage, Myles Gaskin, and Patrick Laird is just upsetting to look at. Swift is probably the only back in this class who could take on a non-committee RB1 role from day 1, which makes him a nice fit here for Miami. Herbert and Swift leading a new-look Dolphins offense is exciting, if nothing else.

1.28 BAL (Josh): Zack Baun, EDGE, Wisconsin

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This is the point of the mock where as a writer I want to emphasize the intro paragraph. So I am going to give everybody just a second to go re-read that paragraph. Good. Now that everybody knows that this is a predictive mock, and not entirely reflecting the opinions of the writers, I gave Baltimore Zack Baun at 28 here.

I have a hard time figuring out where Baun projects at the next level. I believe he is too small to be a guy that comes off the edge in the NFL, but I also don’t see any advanced coverage ability for him to be a linebacker. That being said, if any organization can get Baun and utilize him the right way, it would be Baltimore.

1.29 TEN (Josh): Ross Blacklock, IDL, TCU

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Tennessee is in a weird spot because they do not have very many needs. However, they’re also positioned so far back that they cannot properly address their needs without trading up and losing draft capital. Jurrell Casey was sold for a pair of magic beans earlier this offseason, so now Tennessee has a massive hole next to Jeffrey Simmons on the defensive line. Insert Ross Blacklock, who can immediately step into the void that Casey left behind.

1.30 GB (Josh): Jalen Reagor, WR, TCU

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Get Aaron Rodgers help. It seems to be have been the theme of Green Bay offseason plans for years. It started by giving him a run game, then a competitive defense for the first time in his career, and now it’s time to turn the attention to the offense and getting him playmakers opposite of Davante Adams.

There were a lot of receiver options to choose from at this spot, but it was hard to not pass on the blazing downfield speed of Jalen Reagor. Adams and Reagor’s skill sets differ so much that it works perfectly in this offense. Adams will be the red zone target that wins with incredible routes, while Reagor is the big play deep threat. Rodgers has all the weapons needed now to make a final run at a ring.

1.31 SF (Josh): Jaylon Johnson, CB, Utah

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The Niners do not need a lot of things on their roster. At this point, every other addition is a luxury pick. Richard Sherman needs someone to give consistent play across from him, as well as someone to eventually take his place when age catches up on him in the near future. Jaylon Johnson is a great option to do that.

With incredible ball skills and physicality, Johnson brings the type of attitude and style that is needed to match Sherman’s intensity on the opposite end. He has great length, is really sound technically, and in college was virtually impossible to beat off the line. Instant starter for the 49ers here in the tail end of round one.

1.32 KC (Alex): Cesar Ruiz, IOL, Michigan

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Bashaud Breeland returning to Kansas City mitigates the need at corner, although losing Kendall Fuller still stings. With that said, AJ Terrell is still on the board here and is a very enticing option for the Chiefs. Ultimately, though, replacing last year’s Mitch Morse-sized hole should be a point of emphasis for KC as well.

It seems as though Ruiz has become the unquestioned IOL1 as the pre-draft process has crept along. It’s easy to see why, too. You can play him at center or guard in virtually any scheme, he’s only 20 years old, and he got better every week at Michigan in 2019. Protecting Patrick Mahomes will be the key to keeping the Chiefs’ Super Bowl window open for as long as humanly possible. Ruiz fixes the one hole on the offensive line and ensures Mahomes will be clean in 2020.

Second Round

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2.33 CIN (Alex): Denzel Mims, WR, Baylor

2.34 MIN (via IND via WAS) (Josh): Neville Gallimore, IDL, Oklahoma

2.35 DET (Alex): Marlon Davidson, DL, Auburn

2.36 NYG (Alex): Ezra Cleveland, OT, Boise State

2.37 LAC (Alex): Josh Jones, OT, Houston

2.38 CAR (Josh): AJ Terrell, CB, Clemson

2.39 SEA (via MIA) (Alex): Isaiah Wilson, OT, Georgia

2.40 HOU (via ARI) (Josh): Terrell Lewis, EDGE, Alabama

2.41 CLE (Josh): Antoine Winfield Jr., S, Minnesota

2.42 JAX (Alex): Grant Delpit, S, LSU

2.43 CHI (via LVR) (Josh): Lloyd Cushenberry III, IOL, LSU

2.44 MIN (via IND) (Josh): Michael Pittman Jr., WR, USC

2.45 TB (Josh): JK Dobbins, RB, Ohio State

2.46 DEN (Josh): Noah Igbinoghene, CB, Auburn

2.47 ATL (Alex): Clyde Edwards-Helaire, RB, LSU

2.48 NYJ (Alex): Tee Higgins, WR, Clemson

2.49 PIT (Alex): Justin Madubuike, IDL, Texas A&M

2.50 CHI (Josh): Kyle Dugger, S, Lenoir-Rhyne

2.51 DAL (Alex): Jeremy Chinn, S, Southern Illinois

2.52 LAR (Josh): Willie Gay Jr., LB, Mississippi State

2.53 PHI (Alex): Brandon Aiyuk, WR, Arizona State

2.54 BUF (Alex): Jonathan Taylor, RB, Wisconsin

2.55 BAL (via ATL via NE) (Josh): Laviska Shenault Jr., WR, Colorado

2.56 MIA (via NO) (Alex): Austin Jackson, OT, USC

2.57 LAR (via HOU) (Josh): Josh Uche, EDGE, Michigan

2.58 MIN (Josh): Robert Hunt, IOL, UL Lafayette

2.59 SEA (Alex): Curtis Weaver, EDGE, Boise State

2.60 BAL (Josh): Raekwon Davis, IDL, Alabama

2.61 TEN (Josh): Lucas Niang, OT, TCU

2.62 GB (Josh): Cole Kmet, TE, Notre Dame

2.63 KC (via SF) (Alex): Cameron Dantzler, CB, Mississippi State

2.64 SEA (via KC) (Alex): Donovan Peoples-Jones, WR, Michigan

Third Round

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3.65 CIN (Alex): Jordyn Brooks, LB, Texas Tech

3.66 WAS (Alex): Adam Trautman, TE, Dayton

3.67 DET (Alex): Jonah Jackson, IOL, Ohio State

3.68 NYJ (via NYG) (Alex): Julian Okwara, EDGE, Notre Dame

3.69 CAR (Josh): Akeem Davis-Gaither, LB, Appalachian State

3.70 MIA (Alex): Matt Hennessy, IOL, Temple

3.71 LAC (Alex): KJ Hamler, WR, Penn State

3.72 ARI (Josh): Jordan Elliott, IDL, Missouri

3.73 JAX (Alex): DaVon Hamilton, IDL, Ohio State

3.74 CLE (Josh): Malik Harrison, LB, Ohio State

3.75 IND (Josh): Chase Claypool, WR, Notre Dame

3.76 TB (Josh): Jacob Eason, QB, Washington

3.77 DEN (Josh): Matthew Peart, OT, UConn

3.78 ATL (Alex): Trevon Diggs, CB, Alabama

3.79 NYJ (Alex): Netane Muti, IOL, Fresno State

3.80 LVR (Alex): Leki Fotu, IDL, Utah

3.81 LVR (via CHI) (Alex): Jalen Hurts, QB, Oklahoma

3.82 DAL (Alex): Damon Arnette, CB, Ohio State

3.83 DEN (via PIT) (Josh): Logan Wilson, LB, Wyoming

3.84 LAR (Josh): Bryce Hall, CB, Virginia

3.85 DET (via PHI) (Alex): Ashtyn Davis, S, Cal

3.86 BUF (Alex): Darrell Taylor, EDGE, Tennessee

3.87 NE (Josh): Jake Fromm, QB, Georgia

3.88 NO (Josh): Van Jefferson, WR, Florida

3.89 MIN (Josh): Ben Bartch, OT, St. John’s (MN)

3.90 HOU (Josh): Prince Tega Wanogho, OT, Auburn

3.91 LVR (via SEA via HOU) (Alex): Terrell Burgess, S, Utah

3.92 BAL (Josh): Jonathan Greenard, EDGE, Florida

3.93 TEN (Josh): Cam Akers, RB, Florida State

3.94 GB (Josh): Amik Robertson, CB, Louisiana Tech

3.95 CLE (via DEN via SF) (Josh): Tyler Biadasz, IOL, Wisconsin

3.96 KC (Alex): Antonio Gibson, RB, Memphis

3.97 CLE (via HOU) (Josh): Devin Duvernay, WR, Texas

3.98 NE (Josh): Lynn Bowden Jr., WR, Kentucky

3.99 NYG (Alex): K’Von Wallace, S, Clemson

3.100 NE (Josh): Thaddeus Moss, TE, LSU

3.101 SEA (Alex): Damien Lewis, IOL, LSU

3.102 PIT (Alex): Ben Bredeson, IOL, Michigan

3.103 PHI (Alex): Troy Pride Jr., CB, Notre Dame

3.104 LAR (Josh): Hakeem Adeniji, OL, Kansas

3.105 MIN (Josh): Bradlee Anae, EDGE, Utah

3.106 BAL (Josh): Eno Benjamin, RB, Arizona State

Fourth Round

Troy Dye
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4.107 CIN (Alex): John Simpson, IOL, Clemson

4.108 WAS (Alex): Saahdiq Charles, OT, LSU

4.109 DET (Alex): Bryan Edwards, WR, South Carolina

4.110 NYG (Alex): Anfernee Jennings, EDGE, Alabama

4.111 HOU (via ARI via MIA) (Josh): Brycen Hopkins, TE, Purdue

4.112 LAC (Alex): Darnay Holmes, CB, UCLA

4.113 CAR (Josh): Logan Stenberg, IOL, Kentucky

4.114 ARI (Josh): Troy Dye, LB, Oregon

4.115 CLE (Josh): James Lynch, DL, Baylor

4.116 JAX (Alex): Jabari Zuniga, EDGE, Florida

4.117 TB (Josh): James Proche, WR, SMU

4.118 DEN (Josh): Rashard Lawrence, IDL, LSU

4.119 ATL (Alex): Markus Bailey, LB, Purdue

4.120 NYJ (Alex): Michael Ojemudia, CB, Iowa

4.121 LVR (Alex): Evan Weaver, LB, Cal

4.122 IND (Josh): Hunter Bryant, TE, Washington

4.123 DAL (Alex): Nick Harris, IOL, Washington

4.124 PIT (Alex): Isaiah Hodgins, WR, Oregon State

4.125 NE (via CHI) (Josh): Brandon Jones, S, Texas

4.126 LAR (Josh): Keith Ismael, IOL, San Diego State

4.127 PHI (Alex): Anthony Gordon, QB, Washington State

4.128 BUF (Alex): Reggie Robinson II, CB, Tulsa

4.129 BAL (via NE) (Josh): Justin Herron, OL, Wake Forest

4.130 NO (Josh): Dane Jackson, CB, Pitt

4.131 ARI (via HOU) (Josh): Harrison Bryant, TE, Florida Atlantic

4.132 MIN (Josh): Kenny Robinson, S, West Virginia/XFL

4.133 SEA (Alex): Josiah Scott, CB, Michigan State

4.134 BAL (Josh): Shane Lemieux, IOL, Oregon

4.135 PIT (via TEN via MIA) (Alex): James Morgan, QB, Florida International

4.136 GB (Josh): Jason Strowbridge, DL, North Carolina

4.137 JAX (via SF via DEN) (Alex): Solomon Kindley, IOL, Georgia

4.138 KC (Alex): Kenny Willekes, EDGE, Michigan State

4.139 TB (Josh): Alohi Gilman, S, Notre Dame

4.140 JAX (via CHI) (Alex): Devin Asiasi, TE, UCLA

4.141 SEA (via MIA) (Alex): McTelvin Agim, IDL, Arkansas

4.142 WAS (Alex): Colin Johnson, WR, Texas

4.143 ATL (via BAL) (Alex): Alex Highsmith, EDGE, Charlotte

4.144 SEA (Alex): Zack Moss, RB, Utah

4.145 PHI (Alex): Khalid Kareem, EDGE, Notre Dame

4.146 PHI (Alex): Antoine Brooks Jr., S, Maryland

Fifth Round

Joshua Kelley
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5.147 CIN (Alex): Alton Robinson, EDGE, Syracuse

5.148 CAR (via WAS) (Josh): Ke’Shawn Vaughn, RB, Vanderbilt

5.149 DET (Alex): Shea Patterson, QB, Michigan

5.150 NYG (Alex): Antonio Gandy-Golden, WR, Liberty

5.151 LAC (Alex): Joshua Kelley, RB, UCLA

5.152 CAR (Josh): Gabriel Davis, WR, UCF

5.153 MIA (Alex): Derrek Tuszka, EDGE, North Dakota State

5.154 SEA (via MIA via JAX via PIT) (Alex): Geno Stone, S, Iowa

5.155 MIN (via CLE via BUF) (Josh): AJ Green, CB, Oklahoma State

5.156 SF (via DEN) (Josh): Bravvion Roy, IDL, Baylor

5.157 BAL (via ATL) (Josh): Joe Bachie Jr., LB, Michigan State

5.158 NYJ (Alex): Isaiah Coulter, WR, Rhode Island

5.159 LVR (Alex): Michael Onwenu, IOL, Michigan

5.160 IND (Josh): Nick Coe, EDGE, Auburn

5.161 TB (Josh): Jack Driscoll, OT, Auburn

5.162 WAS (via PIT via SEA) (Alex): Kyle Murphy, IOL, Rhode Island

5.163 CHI (Josh): Javaris Davis, CB, Auburn

5.164 DAL (Alex): Albert Okwuegbunam, TE, Missouri

5.165 JAX (via LAR) (Alex): Darrynton Evans, RB, Appalachian State

5.166 DET (via PHI) (Alex): La’Mical Perine, RB, Florida

5.167 BUF (Alex): John Hightower, WR, Boise State

5.168 PHI (via NE) (Alex): Larrell Murchison, IDL, North Carolina State

5.169 NO (Josh): Darryl Williams, IOL, Mississippi State

5.170 JAX (via BAL via MIN) (Alex): Davion Taylor, LB, Colorado

5.171 HOU (Josh): Raequan Williams, IDL, Michigan State

5.172 NE (via SEA via DET) (Josh): Trey Adams, OT, Washington

5.173 DET (via MIA via BAL via LAR) (Alex): Francis Bernard, LB, Utah

5.174 TEN (Josh): Harrison Hand, CB, Temple

5.175 GB (Josh): Jacob Phillips, LB, LSU

5.176 SF (Josh): Jake Hanson, IOL, Oregon

5.177 KC (Alex): David Woodward, LB, Utah State

5.178 DEN (Josh): KJ Hill, WR, Ohio State

5.179 DAL (Alex): Darnell Mooney, WR, Tulane

Sixth Round

Colby Parkinson
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6.180 CIN (Alex): Kindle Vildor, CB, Georgia Southern

6.181 DEN (via WAS) (Josh): Jake Luton, QB, Oregon State

6.182 DET (Alex): Charlie Heck, OT, North Carolina

6.183 NYG (Alex): Josiah Deguara, TE, Cincinnati

6.184 CAR (Josh): Colby Parkinson, TE, Stanford

6.185 MIA (Alex): Quartney Davis, WR, Texas A&M

6.186 LAC (Alex): Tyre Phillips, IOL, Mississippi State

6.187 CLE (via ARI) (Josh): Trevis Gipson, EDGE, Tulsa

6.188 BUF (via CLE) (Alex): Khalil Davis, IDL, Nebraska

6.189 JAX (Alex): Terence Steele, OT, Texas Tech

6.190 PHI (via ATL) (Alex): Yasir Durant, IOL, Missouri

6.191 NYJ (Alex): Darius Anderson, RB, TCU

6.192 GB (via LVR) (Josh): Cameron Clark, OT, Charlotte

6.193 IND (Josh): Grayland Arnold, CB, Baylor

6.194 TB (Josh): Julian Blackmon, S, Utah

6.195 NE (via DEN) (Josh): Gage Cervenka, IOL, Clemson

6.196 CHI (Josh): Tyler Johnson, WR, Minnesota

6.197 IND (via DAL via MIA) (Josh): Broderick Washington Jr., IDL, Texas Tech

6.198 PIT (Alex): Anthony McFarland Jr., RB, Maryland

6.199 LAR (Josh): Tyrie Cleveland, WR, Florida

6.200 CHI (via PHI) (Josh): Steven Montez, QB, Colorado

6.201 MIN (via BUF) (Josh): Kamal Martin, LB, Minnesota

6.202 ARI (via NE) (Josh): Jonathan Garvin, EDGE, Miami

6.203 NO (Josh): Nate Stanley, QB, Iowa

6.204 NE (via HOU) (Josh): Justin Strnad, LB, Wake Forest

6.205 MIN (Josh): JaMycal Hasty, RB, Baylor

6.206 JAX (via SEA) (Alex): Lamar Jackson, CB, Nebraska

6.207 BUF (via BAL via NE) (Alex): Cheyenne O’Grady, TE, Arkansas

6.208 GB (via TEN) (Josh): AJ Dillon, RB, Boston College

6.209 GB (Josh): Quintez Cephus, WR, Wisconsin

6.210 SF (Josh): Alex Taylor, OT, South Carolina State

6.211 NYJ (via KC) (Alex): Shaquille Quarterman, LB, Miami

6.212 NE (Josh): Stanford Samuels III, CB< Florida State

6.213 NE (Josh): Benito Jones, IDL, Ole Miss

6.214 SEA (Alex): Myles Bryant, CB, Washington

Seventh Round

Tanner Muse
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7.215 CIN (Alex): Danny Pinter, IOL, Ball State

7.216 WAS (Alex): Javelin K. Guidry, CB, Utah

7.217 SF (via DET) (Josh): JR Reed, S, Georgia

7.218 NYG (Alex): Sewo Olonilua, RB, TCU

7.219 MIN (via MIA) (Josh): Jalen Elliott, S, Notre Dame

7.220 LAC (Alex): Tanner Muse, S/LB, Clemson

7.221 CAR (Josh): DJ Wonnum, EDGE, South Carolina

7.222 ARI (Josh): Trajan Bandy, CB, Miami

7.223 JAX (Alex): Omar Bayless, WR, Arkansas State

7.224 TEN (via CLE) (Josh): Tyler Bass, K, Georgia Southern

7.225 BAL (via NYJ) (Josh): Stephen Sullivan, TE, LSU

7.226 CHI (via LVR) (Josh): Calvin Throckmorton, OT, Oregon

7.227 MIA (via IND) (Alex): Essang Bassey, CB, Wake Forest

7.228 ATL (via TB via PHI) (Alex): Tremayne Anchrum, OL, Clemson

7.229 WAS (via DEN) (Alex): DeeJay Dallas, RB, Miami

7.230 NE (via ATL) (Josh): Jauan Jennings, WR, Tennessee

7.231 DAL (Alex): Josiah Coatney, IDL, Ole Miss

7.232 PIT (Alex): Jon Runyan Jr., IOL, Michigan

7.233 CHI (Josh): Patrick Taylor Jr., RB, Memphis

7.234 LAR (Josh): Brian Cole II, S, Mississippi State

7.235 DET (via PHI via NE) (Alex): Khaleke Hudson, S, Michigan

7.236 GB (via BUF via CLE) (Josh): Dustin Woodard, IOL, Memphis

7.237 TEN (via NE via DEN) (Josh): Carter Coughlin, EDGE, Minnesota

7.238 NYG (via NO) (Alex): Parnell Motley, CB, Oklahoma

7.239 BUF (via MIN) (Alex): Dante Olson, LB, Montana

7.240 HOU (Josh): Kevin Dotson, IOL, UL Lafayette

7.241 NE (via SEA) (Josh): Rodrigo Blankenship, K, Georgia

7.242 GB (via BAL) (Josh): Robert Landers, IDL, Ohio State

7.243 TEN (Josh): Joey Magnifico, TE, Memphis

7.244 CLE (via GB) (Josh): Mykal Walker, LB, Fresno State

7.245 SF (Josh): Steve Wirtel, LS, Iowa State

7.246 MIA (via KC) (Alex): Trevon Hill, EDGE, Miami

7.247 NYG (Alex): Cole McDonald, QB, Hawaii

7.248 HOU (Josh): Benny LeMay, RB, Charlotte

7.249 MIN (Josh): Colton McKivitz, OT, West Virginia

7.250 HOU (Josh): Levonta Taylor, CB, Florida State

7.251 MIA (Alex): Mohamed Barry, LB, Nebraska

7.252 DEN (Josh): Zach Shackelford, IOL, Texas

7.253 MIN (Josh): Trystan Colon-Castillo, IOL, Missouri

7.254 DEN (Josh): Josh Metellus, S, Michigan

7.255 NYG (Alex): Aaron Parker, WR, Rhode Island

Best UDFAs

Numbers in parentheses are our big board ranks for each player.


Tyler Huntley
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Tyler Huntley, Utah (Alex: 278, Josh: 249)

Jacob Knipp, Northern Colorado (Alex: 301, Josh: 273)

Bryce Perkins, Virginia (Alex: 393, Josh: 300)

Kelly Bryant, Missouri (Alex: 329, Josh: NR)

Kevin Davidson, Princeton (Alex: 353, Josh: NR)


LeVante Bellamy
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LeVante Bellamy, Western Michigan (Alex: 128, Josh: 234)

Reggie Corbin, Illinois (Alex: 287, Josh: 275)

James Robinson, Illinois State (Alex: 270, Josh: 293)

Michael Warren II, Cincinnati (Alex: 324, Josh: 252)

Salvon Ahmed, Washington (Alex: 305, Josh: 290)

Pete Guerriero, Monmouth (Alex: 391, Josh: 228)

JJ Taylor, Arizona (Alex: 241, Josh: NR)

Artavis Pierce, Oregon State (Alex: 300, Josh: NR)

Raymond Calais, UL Lafayette (Alex: 322, Josh: NR)

Javon Leake, Maryland (Alex: 339, Josh: NR)


Mikey Daniel
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Mikey Daniel, South Dakota State (Alex: 258, Josh: NR)

Jay Jay Wilson, Auburn (Alex: 299, Josh: NR)

Bronson Rechsteiner, Kennesaw State (Alex: 374, Josh: NR)


Dezmon Patmon
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Dezmon Patmon, Washington State (Alex: 218, Josh: 214)

Binjimen Victor, Ohio State (Alex: 221, Josh: 229)

Kalija Lipscomb, Vanderbilt (Alex: 240, Josh: 260)

Jeff Thomas, Miami (Alex: 235, Josh: 279)

Joe Reed, Virginia (Alex: 275, Josh: 251)

Austin Mack, Ohio State (Alex: 261, Josh: 297)

Quez Watkins, Southern Miss (Alex: 315, Josh: 267)

Lawrence Cager, Georgia (Alex: 351, Josh: 281)

Kendrick Rogers, Texas A&M (Alex: 219, Josh: NR)

Mason Kinsey, Berry (Alex: 318, Josh: NR)


Jared Pinkney
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Jared Pinkney, Vanderbilt (Alex: 200, Josh: 168)

Sean McKeon, Michigan (Alex: 248, Josh: 236)

Jacob Breeland, Oregon (Alex: 237, Josh: 253)

Charlie Taumoepeau, Portland State (Alex: 210, Josh: 284)

Dalton Keene, Virginia Tech (Alex: 357, Josh: 220)


Scott Frantz
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Scott Frantz, Kansas State (Alex: 268, Josh: 288)

Jared Hilbers, Washington (Alex: 293, Josh: NR)

Evin Ksiezarczyk, Buffalo (Alex: 388, Josh: NR)

Ketel Asse, Laval (Alex: 425, Josh: NR)

Julian Good-Jones, Iowa State (Alex: 434, Josh: NR)


Zach Sammartino
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Zach Sammartino, Dartmouth (Alex: 213, Josh: NR)

John Molchon, Boise State (Alex: 243, Josh: NR)

Simon Stepaniak, Indiana (Alex: 292, Josh: NR)

Cohl Cabral, Arizona State (Alex: 340, Josh; NR)

Cordel Iwuagwu, TCU (Alex: 381, Josh: NR)


Tyler Clark
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Tyler Clark, Georgia (Alex: 232, Josh: 244)

Robert Windsor, Penn State (Alex: 253, Josh: 289)

Darrion Daniels, Nebraska (Alex: 343, Josh: 226)

Ray Lima, Iowa State (Alex: 335, Josh: 299)

Malcolm Roach, Texas (Alex: 314, Josh: NR)


Tipa Galea'i
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Tipa Galea’i, Utah State (Alex: 238, Josh: 219)

Kendall Coleman, Syracuse (Alex: 227, Josh: 269)

Calvin Taylor Jr., Kentucky (Alex: 257, Josh: 298)

Bryce Huff, Memphis (Alex: 389, Josh: 283)

Azur Kamara, Kansas (Alex: 280, Josh: NR)


Cameron Brown
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Cameron Brown, Penn State (Alex: 254, Josh: 177)

Kyahva Tezino, San Diego State (Alex: 239, Josh: 265)

Clay Johnston, Baylor (Alex: 296, Josh: 242)

TJ Brunson, South Carolina (Alex: 262, Josh: 278)

Cale Garrett, Missouri (Alex: 272, Josh: NR)


John Reid
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John Reid, Penn State (Alex: 328, Josh: 223)

Lavert Hill, Michigan (Alex: 312, Josh: 240)

Tino Ellis, Maryland (Alex: 344, Josh: 245)

Kevin McGill, Eastern Michigan (Alex: 392, Josh: 287)

Elijah Riley, Army (Alex: 236, Josh: NR)

Nevelle Clarke, UCF (Alex: 281, Josh: NR)

James Pierre, Florida Atlantic (Alex: 295, Josh: NR)

Reid Harrison-Ducros, Duquesne (Alex: 309, Josh: NR)

Jaron Bryant, Fresno State (Alex: 320, Josh: NR)

Stantley Thomas-Oliver III, Florida International (Alex: 326, Josh: NR)


Shyheim Carter
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Shyheim Carter, Alabama (Alex: 175, Josh: 161)

Myles Dorn, North Carolina (Alex: 267, Josh: 218)

Jared Mayden, Alabama (Alex: 228, Josh: 261)

Reggie Floyd, Virginia Tech (Alex: 307, Josh: 216)

Jaylinn Hawkins, Cal (Alex: 302, Josh: 271)

Nigel Warrior, Tennessee (Alex: 288, Josh: 292)

Daniel Thomas, Auburn (Alex: 285, Josh: NR)

Kekoa Nawahine, Boise State (Alex: 304, Josh: NR)

Jordan Fuller, Ohio State (Alex: 317, Josh: NR)

Kamren Curl, Arkansas (Alex: 325, Josh: NR)


JJ Molson
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JJ Molson, UCLA (Alex: 330, Josh: NR)

Dominik Eberle, Utah State (Alex: NR, Josh: NR)

Sam Sloman, Miami (OH) (Alex: NR, Josh: NR)


Braden Mann
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Braden Mann, Texas A&M (Alex: 229, Josh: NR)

Joseph Charlton, South Carolina (Alex: 251, Josh: NR) 

Michael Turk, Arizona State (Alex: 282, Josh: NR)


Blake Ferguson
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Blake Ferguson, LSU (Alex: 417, Josh: NR)

Michael Pifer, Navy (Alex: NR, Josh: NR)

Rex Sunahara, West Virginia (Alex: NR, Josh: NR)

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