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Pick Team Name Pos School Comments Actual Selection Pos Team
6 - 30 (190) New Orleans Nicolas Gaus S Vanderbilt Not sure what I'd do here. While New Orleans doesn't necessarily need a S, they could have easily gone with Bennett Birchall Kendrick Lewis C New Orleans
5 - 27 (155) New York Kurtis Durham CB Tennessee This was a tough one to call. While New York doesn't necessarily need a CB, they could have easily gone with Arturo Henson Justin Porter C New York
5 - 2 (130) Pittsburgh Rusty McGinest OLB Arizona State Pittsburgh may choose TE Francisco Van Pelt here. Bill Shrawder C Pittsburgh
7 - 22 (214) San Diego Winfred Sieber C Texas Christian This one's a toss-up. San Diego could use a FB as well, it wouldn't surprise me if they go with Jalen Pham Shaun Collier C San Diego
4 - 16 (112) San Francisco Dan Beaudoin G Kansas State Very tough one here. While San Francisco doesn't necessarily need a G, they could have easily gone with Scott Nolan Wes Sheehan C San Francisco
6 - 12 (172) Tennessee Graham Snedeker OLB Northwestern This was a tough one to call. While Tennessee doesn't necessarily need a S, they might go with Herman Dorsett Donte Barber C Tennessee
1 - 25 (25) Washington Bryce Brandon RB Oregon Very difficult choice here. While Washington doesn't necessarily need a DE, they could have easily gone with Ty Gordon Keegan Wojtas C Washington
4 - 29 (125) Cleveland T.J. Plante DE Illinois Hard to know for sure what they'll do here. While Cleveland doesn't necessarily need a DE, they could have easily gone with Dixon Lang Jordan Olds C Cleveland
5 - 7 (135) Houston Jackson Hakeem DT Cal. - Northridge Houston really doesn't need another DT, but there really isn't a better choice at this point. Tyrell Morris C Houston
2 - 26 (58) Baltimore Kenyon Cardoza WR Boston College Baltimore might want QB Xavier Donovan here. Carson Jarrell CB Baltimore
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
2 - 2 (34) Carolina Billy Shaw S New Mexico Carolina could use a S and Billy Shaw would be hard to pass up here. Kaden Jolley CB Carolina
6 - 2 (162) Carolina Miguel George QB Colgate Not sure what I'd do here. While Carolina doesn't necessarily need a QB, they might go with Norbert Rodreick Bennett Sellers CB Carolina
3 - 24 (88) Chicago Garrett Pearson QB Wittenburg Very tough one here. While Chicago doesn't necessarily need a QB, it wouldn't surprise me if they go with Christopher MacClelland Tucker West CB Chicago
2 - 4 (36) Cincinnati Isaiah Monroe DE Vanderbilt Isaiah Monroe may only be a slightly better pick than FB Andre Davison here, but Cincinnati could go either way. Mason Boyce CB Cincinnati
5 - 19 (147) Green Bay Burt Bowzer G Maryland Hard to know for sure what they'll do here. While Green Bay doesn't necessarily need a WR, they might go with Teddy Harding Ted Norris CB Green Bay
7 - 28 (220) Indianapolis Leonard Francis RB Louisville Well, this is a toss-up. While Indianapolis doesn't necessarily need a RB, it wouldn't surprise me if they go with Harrison Brown Conner White CB Indianapolis
4 - 4 (100) Jacksonville Reginald Wren S Kansas State Tough one to call. While Jacksonville doesn't necessarily need a S, another option they might look at is Willie Wallen Mitch Lara CB Jacksonville
3 - 11 (75) Kansas City Tucker West CB Hawaii Your guess is as good as mine. While Kansas City doesn't necessarily need a CB, they could have easily gone with Mitch Lara Axel Cornell CB Kansas City
4 - 11 (107) Minnesota Jordan Olds C UCLA Minnesota could want CB Axel Cornell here. Jared Mason CB Minnesota
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
7 - 23 (215) New England Jack Taylor QB Baylor Hard to know for sure what they'll do here. While New England doesn't necessarily need a QB, they might go with Tom Roderick Kaleb Foster CB New England
6 - 28 (188) New York Bruce McArthur DE Texas Tech Very tough one here. While New York doesn't necessarily need a DE, it wouldn't surprise me if they go with Gerald Reeves Matthew Scovill CB New York
1 - 15 (15) New Jersey Stanley Sims FB Alabama New Jersey could also think about DT Drew Beckam here. Deion Cote CB New Jersey
2 - 15 (47) Los Angeles Juan Wolf QB Oklahoma State Juan Wolf may be a better pick than RB Rickey Horner here, but Los Angeles could go either way. Rodney Spiller CB Los Angeles
3 - 21 (85) Philadelphia Ben Benson WR Purdue Very tough one here. While Philadelphia doesn't necessarily need a OLB, it makes just as much sense to pick Jamie Morlock Courtney Strong CB Philadelphia
6 - 22 (182) San Diego Devan Eisenbart TE Washington Not sure what I'd do here. While San Diego doesn't necessarily need a TE, they could have easily gone with Ramon Kunkel Jamie Blakley CB San Diego
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
1 - 10 (10) Tampa Bay Deion Cote CB Arizona Tampa Bay may also consider RB Santiago Castillo here. Ezekiel Stinson CB Tampa Bay
4 - 14 (110) Tennessee Jorge Woodard WR Louisiana - Lafayette Jorge Woodard might only be a slightly better pick than RB Leon Steussie here, but Tennessee could go either way. Gino Sellers CB Tennessee
6 - 29 (189) Cleveland Dale Givens QB Tennessee Your guess is as good as mine. While Cleveland doesn't necessarily need a QB, they could have easily gone with Dillon Brecher Ryan Tennyson CB Cleveland

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