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Pick Team Name Pos School Comments Actual Selection Pos Team
1 - 5 (5) Cincinnati Ezekiel Stinson CB Arizona State Hard to know for sure what they'll do here. Cincinnati could use a CB; they could have easily gone with Deion Cote Axel Barginski T Cincinnati
1 - 21 (21) Philadelphia Horace Embry DE Rhode Island Not sure what they'll do here. Philadelphia could use a DE; it makes just as much sense to pick Antoine Turnbull Randal Gray DE Philadelphia
4 - 5 (101) Cincinnati John Bailey WR Minnesota John Bailey may be a better pick than OLB Jamal Hughett here, but Cincinnati could go either way. Jamie Morlock OLB Cincinnati
4 - 23 (119) New England Courtney Strong CB Oregon State New England really doesn't need another CB, but there really isn't a better choice at this point. Freddie Bridges CB New England
3 - 26 (90) Baltimore Christopher MacClelland QB Louisville Christopher MacClelland may only be a slightly better pick than RB Kurt Tuholski here, but Baltimore could go either way. Kurtis Durham CB Baltimore
5 - 1 (129) Buffalo David Burgess ILB Texas A&M This one's a toss-up. While Buffalo doesn't necessarily need a ILB, another option they might look at is Avery Arnold Arturo Henson CB Buffalo
4 - 32 (128) St. Louis Leon Steussie RB UCLA Not sure here. While St. Louis doesn't necessarily need a RB, another option they might look at is Ezra Mayes Tyrus Barnett RB St. Louis
4 - 6 (102) Miami Caleb Ayres DT Iowa State Your guess is as good as mine. While Miami doesn't necessarily need a DE, it wouldn't surprise me if they go with Conner Leibert Leroy Duwe WR Miami
3 - 18 (82) New Jersey Warren Devine T Michigan State New Jersey might want DE Conner Leibert here. Terrence Gaston T New Jersey
5 - 11 (139) Atlanta Terrence Gaston T Temple Not sure here. While Atlanta doesn't necessarily need a T, it makes just as much sense to pick Frankie Shepherd Frankie Shepherd T Atlanta
5 - 24 (152) Chicago Frankie Shepherd T Ohio State Very difficult choice here. While Chicago doesn't necessarily need a T, another option they might look at is Al Van Valkenberg Al Van Valkenberg T Chicago
7 - 9 (201) Atlanta George Elliott CB UCLA Well, this is a toss-up. While Atlanta doesn't necessarily need a CB, it makes just as much sense to pick Conner White Jameson Norris DE Atlanta
1 - 1 (1) New York Chris Tanner Jr. QB Troy New York could choose WR Sherman Snyder here. Hunter Burke OLB New York
7 - 20 (212) Buffalo Jumbo Campbell WR Texas Not sure what they'll do here. While Buffalo doesn't necessarily need a WR, it makes just as much sense to pick Bernie Butler Elias Lincoln DE Buffalo
5 - 10 (138) Minnesota Freddie Bridges CB Kentucky Your guess is as good as mine. While Minnesota doesn't necessarily need a CB, they might also consider Kurtis Durham Jackson Hakeem DT Minnesota
5 - 29 (157) Cleveland Riddick Goodfellow CB Colorado Tough one here. While Cleveland doesn't necessarily need a QB, it makes just as much sense to pick Caleb West Larry Bunn QB Cleveland
6 - 14 (174) Kansas City Ike Berlioz TE Alabama Kansas City could also consider S Herman Dorsett here. Lenny Durham QB Kansas City
6 - 24 (184) Chicago Ramon Kunkel TE Penn State Tough one here. While Chicago doesn't necessarily need a TE, they might go with Giovanni Sherman Leon Steussie RB Chicago
6 - 27 (187) Indianapolis Emmanuel Abraham QB Southern Mississippi Indianapolis could also think about K Will Olivier here. Ezra Mayes RB Indianapolis
5 - 3 (131) Carolina Ezra Mayes RB Duke Ezra Mayes seems better than QB Larry Bunn here, but Carolina could go either way. Scott Small RB Carolina
2 - 25 (57) Washington Rufus Kennedy DE Iowa State Hard to know for sure what they'll do here. While Washington doesn't necessarily need a C, they could have easily gone with Keegan Wojtas Kendrick McDonald RB Washington
1 - 27 (27) New York Roger Obetts WR Pittsburgh New York may choose DT Colton Wolf here. John Bailey WR New York
4 - 31 (127) Denver Reggie Presley WR Florida State Well, this is a toss-up. While Denver doesn't necessarily need a WR, it makes just as much sense to pick Matt Kipp Dan Beaudoin G Denver
1 - 7 (7) Houston Josh Hicks RB Indiana Josh Hicks probably makes a better choice than DT Drew Beckam here, but Houston could go either way. Josh Hicks RB Houston
5 - 5 (133) Miami Matt Kipp WR Stanford Tough one to call. While Miami doesn't necessarily need a WR, it makes just as much sense to pick Teddy Harding Scott Nolan G Miami
6 - 4 (164) Miami Rod Duval DE Arizona Rod Duval might only be a slightly better pick than ILB Jay Shaner here, but Miami could go either way. Alexis Mulitalo DT Miami
4 - 3 (99) Pittsburgh Nicholas Crane ILB Oklahoma Not sure what they'll do here. While Pittsburgh doesn't necessarily need a ILB, it wouldn't surprise me if they go with Gabriel Mathews Alexander Armstrong ILB Pittsburgh
3 - 9 (73) Tennessee Mitchell Rosenberg T McNeese State Tough one here. Tennessee could use a WR as well, it makes just as much sense to pick Ben Benson Gregory Howard OLB Tennessee
3 - 30 (94) New Orleans Lamar Coonradt T Texas A&M This one's tough. While New Orleans doesn't necessarily need a DT, they might also consider Glenn Patterson Rusty McGinest OLB New Orleans
3 - 27 (91) New York Jeremiah Bradford DT Livingstone Not sure what I'd do here. While New York doesn't necessarily need a DT, they might also consider Glenn Patterson Jamal Hughett OLB New York
6 - 13 (173) Seattle Graham Gaarder DT UCLA This one's a toss-up. While Seattle doesn't necessarily need a WR, another option they might look at is Kenny Sullivan Riddick Goodfellow CB Seattle
2 - 22 (54) San Diego Christian Burgess S Arizona San Diego could use a S and Christian Burgess would be hard to pass up here. Terrance Sims S San Diego

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