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Pick Team Name Pos School Comments Actual Selection Pos Team
1 - 2 (2) Houston Austin Davis QB Colorado QB isn't really a huge need for Houston, but how can you pass up Austin Davis? Landon Riggs QB Houston
1 - 10 (10) New York Rico Jordan RB Temple New York may also consider WR Marcos Porter here. Percy Brennan T New York
1 - 28 (28) Philadelphia Vince Morton T Baylor Well, this is a toss-up. Philadelphia could use a DE as well, it wouldn't surprise me if they go with Andy Gardner Steven Von Hagel TE Philadelphia
1 - 26 (26) New Orleans Johnnie Nichols CB Eastern Michigan Johnnie Nichols may be a better pick than G Scottie Thomason here, but New Orleans could go either way. Brayden Stanton TE New Orleans
3 - 31 (95) St. Louis Rod Swayne WR Boston College Your guess is as good as mine. While St. Louis doesn't necessarily need a WR, they might go with Marshall Thornton Tom Browning WR St. Louis
3 - 32 (96) Kansas City Claude Avila S Minnesota Claude Avila seems to make a better choice than T Devin Lane here, but Kansas City could go either way. Burt Samuels G Kansas City
4 - 6 (102) Atlanta Joseph Grundy FB Auburn Tough one to call. Atlanta desperately needs a FB; it makes just as much sense to pick Darrell Fredrickson Arnie Degrange G Atlanta
4 - 1 (97) Miami Herb Heneghan DE Oregon Herb Heneghan is probably better than QB Justin Feffer here, but Miami could go either way. Kim Parris T Miami
5 - 26 (154) Tampa Bay William Vlasak RB Nevada - Las Vegas This was a tough one to call. While Tampa Bay doesn't necessarily need a RB, another option they might look at is Connor Goodwin Colin Dellett T Tampa Bay
6 - 32 (192) Kansas City Daryl Giles T Dubuque Not sure here. While Kansas City doesn't necessarily need a T, it wouldn't surprise me if they go with Colin Dellett Daryl Giles T Kansas City
6 - 4 (164) Cincinnati Jessie Lane T Indiana Cincinnati may want TE Brendan Eubanks here. Kent Boyer DE Cincinnati
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
1 - 22 (22) Green Bay Johnnie Bradford DE Alabama A&M Your guess is as good as mine. While Green Bay doesn't necessarily need a DE, they might go with Louie Westbrook T.J. Greer CB Green Bay
6 - 1 (161) Houston Freddie Gardiner C Oregon This one's a toss-up. Houston could use a C; another option they might look at is Deion Preston Salvador Hopton DE Houston
6 - 7 (167) Atlanta Marlon Tyler CB Kentucky Your guess is as good as mine. While Atlanta doesn't necessarily need a CB, it makes just as much sense to pick Spencer Henderson Nathaniel Shields DT Atlanta
4 - 29 (125) Buffalo Bart Raffo WR Oregon This was a tough one to call. While Buffalo doesn't necessarily need a ILB, it wouldn't surprise me if they go with Glenn Lau Biscuit Darnell ILB Buffalo
3 - 24 (88) Atlanta Biscuit Darnell ILB Temple Your guess is as good as mine. While Atlanta doesn't necessarily need a ILB, they might go with Antonio Conway Antonio Conway ILB Atlanta
6 - 11 (171) San Diego Marcos Bailey OLB California Very difficult choice here. While San Diego doesn't necessarily need a OLB, it makes just as much sense to pick Braxton Caldwell Tre Emmons CB San Diego
5 - 16 (144) Los Angeles Dixon Reese ILB Tennessee Not sure what I'd do here. While Los Angeles doesn't necessarily need a T, they could have easily gone with Ezekiel Shepherd Shane Heimburger CB Los Angeles
4 - 4 (100) Washington Myron McAllister P North Carolina Not sure what I'd do here. While Washington doesn't necessarily need a DE, it makes just as much sense to pick Devon Horoszowski Claude Avila S Washington
5 - 18 (146) Buffalo Chris Chapman QB Sacramento State Very tough one here. While Buffalo doesn't necessarily need a QB, it wouldn't surprise me if they go with Julian Forbes Justin Feffer QB Buffalo
4 - 13 (109) San Diego Steven Kangas RB Michigan San Diego could use a RB and Steven Kangas would be hard to pass up here. Otis Gagnon RB San Diego
4 - 14 (110) Detroit Troy Rafferty RB Southern California Detroit might also think about WR Marshall Thornton here. Steven Kangas RB Detroit
1 - 27 (27) Pittsburgh Edward Solomon T Boston College T isn't really a huge need for Pittsburgh, but how can you pass up Edward Solomon? T.J. Hancock T Pittsburgh
4 - 17 (113) St. Louis Malik Van Buren RB Syracuse Very tough one here. While St. Louis doesn't necessarily need a RB, they might go with Deon Lorey Kendall Hughes RB St. Louis
2 - 22 (54) Green Bay Rod Halkin CB Michigan State Your guess is as good as mine. While Green Bay doesn't necessarily need a CB, they could have easily gone with B.J. Cornehl Mason Sawyer TE Green Bay
3 - 23 (87) San Francisco John Rice RB Arizona State San Francisco might just as easily go with OLB Larry Buggelli here. Stanley Wynn TE San Francisco
4 - 18 (114) Carolina Darrell Fredrickson FB Stanford Darrell Fredrickson probably makes a better choice than WR Marshall Thornton here, but Carolina could go either way. Marshall Thornton WR Carolina
2 - 24 (56) New England Spencer Phifer T Michigan Spencer Phifer seems to make a better choice than DE Ezekiel O'Donnell here, but New England could go either way. Nathan Chubb WR New England
4 - 15 (111) Tennessee Carlton Cox ILB California Very difficult choice here. While Tennessee doesn't necessarily need a ILB, they might go with Lee Carter Rod Swayne WR Tennessee
4 - 16 (112) Indianapolis Fernando Snyder G Ball State Indianapolis may also look at DT Malachi Backstrom here. Fernando Snyder G Indianapolis
6 - 19 (179) Carolina Lewis Setayesh RB Nebraska Very difficult choice here. While Carolina doesn't necessarily need a RB, they might go with Connor Goodwin Jules Head DT Carolina

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