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1 - 2 (2) New York Paul Knapp QB Samford QB isn't really a huge need for New York, but how can you pass up Paul Knapp? Paul Knapp QB New York
1 - 20 (20) Minnesota Ernie Moss DE Kentucky Ernie Moss seems to make a better choice than RB Adam Dillon here, but Minnesota could go either way. Thomas Hernandez DE Minnesota
4 - 2 (98) Cincinnati Lee Downs ILB Colorado State This was a tough one to call. Cincinnati could use a ILB; it makes just as much sense to pick Mitch Cebulla Isaiah Jameson RB Cincinnati
4 - 19 (115) Minnesota Sal Berlat QB Boston College Well, this is a toss-up. While Minnesota doesn't necessarily need a QB, they might go with Alejandro Benge Roger Everett RB Minnesota
4 - 29 (125) St. Louis Damon Reeves RB Oregon Very tough one here. While St. Louis doesn't necessarily need a TE, it wouldn't surprise me if they go with Rodney Gonsales Bennett Elizondo RB St. Louis
5 - 7 (135) Tampa Bay Clay Riffel RB Morgan State Clay Riffel could only be a slightly better pick than OLB Emmanuel Fletcher here, but Tampa Bay could go either way. Duane Winkel RB Tampa Bay
3 - 28 (92) Kansas City Clayton Hines G Kentucky Tough one here. While Kansas City doesn't necessarily need a WR, another option they might look at is Dustin Bensen Marc Dunn WR Kansas City
2 - 15 (47) New England Trenton Manuwai WR Nevada Not sure what I'd do here. While New England doesn't necessarily need a DE, they might go with Kirk Hastings Gino Bensen WR New England
6 - 10 (170) Los Angeles Mitchell Wright CB Southern Utah Mitchell Wright seems better than TE Ike Cortez here, but Los Angeles could go either way. Terrell Toyama T Los Angeles
6 - 29 (189) St. Louis Leon Gartland ILB Central Florida Not sure here. While St. Louis doesn't necessarily need a QB, it wouldn't surprise me if they go with Demetrius Tate Archie Farr DE St. Louis
7 - 3 (195) Cincinnati Carl Cunningham OLB Utah Tough one to call. While Cincinnati doesn't necessarily need a OLB, another option they might look at is Malik Cavallo Kerry Fundinger DE Cincinnati
5 - 5 (133) Miami Eduardo Bycroft S Florida State This one's tough. While Miami doesn't necessarily need a S, they might go with Mason Jackson Lonnie Woodard DT Miami
1 - 11 (11) Washington Larry Rogan ILB Mars Hill This was a tough one to call. While Washington doesn't necessarily need a OLB, they might go with Shannon Melendez Larry Rogan ILB Washington
5 - 6 (134) Atlanta Andy Osborne ILB Boston College Not sure here. While Atlanta doesn't necessarily need a ILB, they could have easily gone with Asher Vaughn Neal Inzinna ILB Atlanta
3 - 23 (87) Seattle Raymond Duran OLB Boston College Seattle could want RB Isaiah Jameson here. Al Olivarez OLB Seattle
3 - 17 (81) Baltimore Gino Bensen WR Georgia Tech Gino Bensen seems better than RB Roger Everett here, but Baltimore could go either way. Broderick Thacker OLB Baltimore
3 - 9 (73) New Jersey Jeremy Hamer CB San Diego State Jeremy Hamer might only be a slightly better pick than DE Johnnie Boone here, but New Jersey could go either way. Jon Amadro OLB New Jersey
5 - 31 (159) Indianapolis Diego Cash G Minnesota This was a tough one to call. While Indianapolis doesn't necessarily need a QB, it makes just as much sense to pick Jorge Perry Alejandro Benge QB Indianapolis
6 - 8 (168) Pittsburgh Jacob Seaman WR Texas - El Paso Pittsburgh could just as easily go with QB Jorge Perry here. Sal Berlat QB Pittsburgh
6 - 25 (185) Dallas Toby McSweeny QB Louisiana State Toby McSweeny may be a better pick than ILB Leon Gartland here, but Dallas could go either way. Kirk Johnston RB Dallas
6 - 32 (192) Chicago Ike Cortez TE Rutgers Ike Cortez probably makes a better choice than T Winfred Goodwin here, but Chicago could go either way. Butch Hopper RB Chicago
6 - 31 (191) Indianapolis Demetrius Tate QB UCLA This one's tough. While Indianapolis doesn't necessarily need a RB, they might go with Rodolfo Cochrane Damon Reeves RB Indianapolis
2 - 19 (51) Minnesota Alonzo Joseph RB Florida This one's tough. Minnesota could use a TE as well, it wouldn't surprise me if they go with Ethan Dodson Carlton Garner TE Minnesota
1 - 3 (3) Cincinnati Scott Robbins CB Middle Tennessee St. Cincinnati could use a CB and Scott Robbins would be hard to pass up here. Frank Bartley WR Cincinnati
3 - 22 (86) San Diego Ted Robbins S Alabama San Diego may choose TE Phillip Vance here. Ethan Dodson TE San Diego
4 - 7 (103) Atlanta Gregory Newsome WR Fresno State Very difficult choice here. While Atlanta doesn't necessarily need a WR, it makes just as much sense to pick Emmanuel Tillery Stephen Remington WR Atlanta
3 - 29 (93) St. Louis Heath Frohbieter DT Southern California Heath Frohbieter probably makes a better choice than RB Roger Everett here, but St. Louis could go either way. Dustin Bensen WR St. Louis
4 - 21 (117) Denver Hardy Whalen T Purdue Denver may just as easily go with DE Emmanuel Slayton here. C.J. Stautner G Denver
5 - 27 (155) Carolina Bradley Boggs K Notre Dame Bradley Boggs probably makes a better choice than DT Lonnie Woodard here, but Carolina could go either way. Justics Tompkins DT Carolina
3 - 24 (88) San Francisco Al Olivarez OLB Rutgers Well, this is a toss-up. While San Francisco doesn't necessarily need a OLB, they could have easily gone with Broderick Thacker Emmanuel Fletcher OLB San Francisco
4 - 20 (116) New Orleans Broderick Thacker OLB Mississippi State Your guess is as good as mine. While New Orleans doesn't necessarily need a OLB, it makes just as much sense to pick Jon Amadro Nate Boyajian CB New Orleans
2 - 14 (46) Tennessee Jameson Cunningham S Northwestern Tennessee may just as easily go with ILB Sergio Williams here. Ted Robbins S Tennessee

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