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Pick Team Name Pos School Comments Actual Selection Pos Team
7 - 32 (224) Kansas City J.J. Pippens QB Illinois J.J. Pippens is probably better than TE Pat Simmons here, but Kansas City could go either way. J.C. Rezac QB Kansas City
7 - 31 (223) St. Louis Cooper Boettcher QB California This one's tough. While St. Louis doesn't necessarily need a QB, another option they might look at is J.J. Pippens Quinn DeRonde QB St. Louis
7 - 30 (222) Chicago Emmanuel Everett Jr. ILB Siena Emmanuel Everett Jr. may only be a slightly better pick than RB Ricardo Bodden here, but Chicago could go either way. Malik Van Buren RB Chicago
7 - 29 (221) Buffalo Tommy Ross S New Mexico Not sure here. While Buffalo doesn't necessarily need a DT, it makes just as much sense to pick Lincoln Issa Orlando Goodge DE Buffalo
7 - 28 (220) Philadelphia Roger Shields WR Georgia Tech Tough one here. While Philadelphia doesn't necessarily need a DT, they might go with Lincoln Issa Roger Cote ILB Philadelphia
7 - 27 (219) Pittsburgh Levi Candelaria QB Georgia Tech Tough one to call. While Pittsburgh doesn't necessarily need a QB, they could have easily gone with Cooper Boettcher Chris Chapman QB Pittsburgh
7 - 26 (218) Tampa Bay Cristian Broadnax TE New Mexico Very tough one here. Tampa Bay could use a TE; they might go with Pat Simmons Raymond Cosell CB Tampa Bay
7 - 25 (217) Jacksonville Matthew Calmus P Ohio State Matthew Calmus edges out CB Spencer Henderson here, but Jacksonville could go either way. Jose Wilkerson OLB Jacksonville
7 - 24 (216) New England Jose Wilkerson OLB West New Mexico New England may just as easily go with G Cedric Alderson here. Cooper Harper DT New England
7 - 23 (215) San Francisco J.R. Watson FB LIU/C.W. Post This one's a toss-up. San Francisco needs a FB; they might also consider Giovanni Tonkin Harvey Mayes C San Francisco
7 - 22 (214) Green Bay Harvey Banks G Washington State Not sure here. While Green Bay doesn't necessarily need a QB, they might also consider Levi Candelaria Calvin Sampson WR Green Bay
7 - 21 (213) Cleveland Jalen Kosderka FB Stephen F. Austin Cleveland might choose QB Levi Candelaria here. Brandon Weidman QB Cleveland
7 - 20 (212) Minnesota Bobby Floyd G New Mexico Not sure here. While Minnesota doesn't necessarily need a QB, they might also consider Levi Candelaria Julian Forbes QB Minnesota
7 - 19 (211) Dallas Everett Osman DE Louisiana State Hard to know for sure what they'll do here. While Dallas doesn't necessarily need a DE, it makes just as much sense to pick Parker Borders Seth Boyer WR Dallas
7 - 18 (210) Carolina Dillon Uhlenhake DT Michigan Not sure here. While Carolina doesn't necessarily need a DT, they might go with Lincoln Issa Dixon Reese ILB Carolina
7 - 17 (209) Indianapolis Leslie Cunningham WR Texas Tech Indianapolis could also consider QB Levi Candelaria here. Leslie Cunningham WR Indianapolis
7 - 16 (208) Los Angeles J.C. Eskenazi CB Arkansas State Tough one to call. While Los Angeles doesn't necessarily need a CB, it wouldn't surprise me if they go with Marcus Raymond Kendrick Nader ILB Los Angeles
7 - 15 (207) Tennessee Justics Middleton RB Wake Forest Not sure what I'd do here. While Tennessee doesn't necessarily need a RB, they might go with Matthew Fulton Josue Hoitink OLB Tennessee
7 - 14 (206) San Diego Daniel Myers T Alabama St. This was a tough one to call. While San Diego doesn't necessarily need a DT, another option they might look at is Lincoln Issa Cristian Broadnax TE San Diego
7 - 13 (205) Baltimore Devon Hansen OLB UCLA This one's a toss-up. While Baltimore doesn't necessarily need a RB, they could have easily gone with Joshua Upshaw O.J. Stevenson G Baltimore
7 - 12 (204) Arizona Alejandro Kennedy G Indiana Not sure here. While Arizona doesn't necessarily need a G, it makes just as much sense to pick Bobby Floyd Gerald Lewis RB Arizona
7 - 11 (203) Detroit Brody Woodson P Texas - El Paso This was a tough one to call. Detroit desperately needs a P; they could have easily gone with Matthew Calmus Glenn Lau ILB Detroit
7 - 10 (202) New York Bob O'Neal DE Washington State Tough one to call. While New York doesn't necessarily need a DE, it wouldn't surprise me if they go with Todd Ray Lincoln Issa DT New York
7 - 9 (201) New Jersey O.J. Flowers ILB Ohio Hard to know for sure what they'll do here. While New Jersey doesn't necessarily need a ILB, it makes just as much sense to pick Emmanuel Everett Jr. Cedric Fredrickson CB New Jersey
7 - 8 (200) New Orleans Connor Goodwin RB Baylor New Orleans might also look at T Daniel Myers here. Lewis Setayesh RB New Orleans
7 - 7 (199) Seattle Kenneth Blair S Stanford Well, this is a toss-up. While Seattle doesn't necessarily need a RB, they could have easily gone with Connor Goodwin Bo Randle RB Seattle
7 - 6 (198) Atlanta Mike Woods OLB Utah State Very difficult choice here. While Atlanta doesn't necessarily need a OLB, they might go with Devon Hansen Colby Hines OLB Atlanta
7 - 5 (197) Denver Johnny Bravata OLB Michigan State Very difficult choice here. While Denver doesn't necessarily need a OLB, they might go with Devon Hansen Enrique McGeoghan T Denver
7 - 4 (196) Houston Sammie Young OLB Arizona This one's tough. While Houston doesn't necessarily need a OLB, another option they might look at is Johnny Bravata Deion Preston C Houston
7 - 3 (195) Cincinnati Xavier Parker TE Florida State Not sure what they'll do here. While Cincinnati doesn't necessarily need a DT, they could have easily gone with Dillon Uhlenhake Malcolm Priestley S Cincinnati
7 - 2 (194) Miami Buddy Peters G Virginia Not sure what they'll do here. While Miami doesn't necessarily need a G, they might go with Bobby Floyd Xavier Parker TE Miami
7 - 1 (193) Washington Colin Dellett T South Carolina Washington could choose OLB Johnny Bravata here. Buddy Furnas DT Washington

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