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3 - 27 (91) Carolina Stephen Remington WR Tulane Not sure what I'd do here. While Carolina doesn't necessarily need a WR, they might go with Dustin Bensen Ron Bullock C Carolina
4 - 15 (111) Green Bay Isaiah Jameson RB Michigan Isaiah Jameson might only be a slightly better pick than WR Emmanuel Tillery here, but Green Bay could go either way. Conner Carter C Green Bay
7 - 10 (202) Pittsburgh Damon Schneekloth C Auburn Not sure here. Pittsburgh could use a C; it makes just as much sense to pick Deon Javier Robert Buckner C Pittsburgh
2 - 24 (56) San Francisco Sebastian Rivers C Iowa Very tough one here. San Francisco could use a C; they might also consider Ron Bullock Sebastian Rivers C San Francisco
6 - 16 (176) Tennessee Andy Makuch WR Georgia Not sure what they'll do here. While Tennessee doesn't necessarily need a WR, they could have easily gone with Artie Smith Seth James C Tennessee
7 - 11 (203) Washington Deon Javier C Wisconsin This was a tough one to call. While Washington doesn't necessarily need a C, it makes just as much sense to pick Seth James Deon Javier C Washington
5 - 26 (154) Cleveland Lincoln Lichter TE Vanderbilt Your guess is as good as mine. While Cleveland doesn't necessarily need a QB, they might go with Jorge Perry Damon Schneekloth C Cleveland
7 - 14 (206) Houston Seth James C Memphis Seth James could be a better pick than OLB Martin Strong here, but Houston could go either way. Vincent Denney C Houston
4 - 30 (126) Buffalo Alejandro Benge QB Kentucky Buffalo might choose CB J.R. Antel here. Michael McConnell CB Buffalo
5 - 32 (160) Chicago Camden Hughes S Indiana Well, this is a toss-up. While Chicago doesn't necessarily need a S, it wouldn't surprise me if they go with D.J. Lincoln Mitchell Wright CB Chicago
7 - 18 (210) Green Bay Matthew Van Pelt C Kansas Green Bay may want QB Nickolas Sauerbrun here. Brendan Kravitz CB Green Bay
5 - 1 (129) Jacksonville J.R. Antel CB Michigan State Well, this is a toss-up. While Jacksonville doesn't necessarily need a CB, it wouldn't surprise me if they go with Wayne Rogers Wayne Rogers CB Jacksonville
2 - 28 (60) Kansas City Nicky Carlson CB Arkansas Tough one here. While Kansas City doesn't necessarily need a CB, it wouldn't surprise me if they go with Jeremy Hamer Jeremy Hamer CB Kansas City
6 - 19 (179) Minnesota Robert Buckner C Fordham Tough one here. Minnesota could use a C; it wouldn't surprise me if they go with Vincent Denney Cornelius Paltrow CB Minnesota
1 - 7 (7) New Orleans Frank Bartley WR Oregon Frank Bartley may be a better pick than CB Zachary Oskia here, but New Orleans could go either way. Scott Robbins CB New Orleans
3 - 19 (83) New Orleans Owen Kelly QB Southern California Very tough one here. While New Orleans doesn't necessarily need a QB, it wouldn't surprise me if they go with Corwin Gramatica J.R. Antel CB New England
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 - 10 (42) New Jersey Jesse Mancuso T Oklahoma Hard to know for sure what they'll do here. While New Jersey doesn't necessarily need a T, another option they might look at is Jon Brandon Mercury Riffle CB New Jersey
2 - 8 (40) Los Angeles Quinn Clark QB Stanford Tough one to call. Los Angeles could use a QB; they might go with Sam Mondragon Dixon Barker CB Los Angeles
3 - 6 (70) Philadelphia Xavier Clancy DT Buffalo Xavier Clancy seems better than S Ted Robbins here, but Philadelphia could go either way. Howard Scoggin CB Philadelphia
6 - 23 (183) San Diego Richard DeWoody ILB Rutgers Very difficult choice here. While San Diego doesn't necessarily need a ILB, it makes just as much sense to pick Leon Gartland Darrell Middleton CB San Diego
1 - 23 (23) Seattle Amari Salgado CB Kentucky Not sure what I'd do here. While Seattle doesn't necessarily need a CB, they might go with Dixon Barker Amari Salgado CB Seattle
3 - 5 (69) Tampa Bay Mercury Riffle CB Fresno State Hard to know for sure what they'll do here. While Tampa Bay doesn't necessarily need a CB, they might go with Jeremy Hamer Nicky Carlson CB Tampa Bay
4 - 26 (122) Cleveland Luke Sarfaty FB Notre Dame Well, this is a toss-up. Cleveland needs a FB; they could have easily gone with Rex Hutchins Cornelius Wedge CB Cleveland
2 - 13 (45) Houston Herman Bellando RB Fresno State Not sure what I'd do here. While Houston doesn't necessarily need a RB, it wouldn't surprise me if they go with Alonzo Joseph Zachary Oskia CB Houston
1 - 13 (13) Baltimore Shaun Hopton DT South Carolina Tough one to call. Baltimore could use a WR as well, they might also consider D.J. Dole Ernie Moss DE Baltimore
3 - 32 (96) Chicago Neal Inzinna ILB West Virginia Very difficult choice here. While Chicago doesn't necessarily need a DE, it makes just as much sense to pick Van Fine Johnnie Boone DE Chicago
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
7 - 25 (217) Dallas Albert Lachance DE Clemson Hard to know for sure what they'll do here. While Dallas doesn't necessarily need a RB, it wouldn't surprise me if they go with Rodolfo Cochrane Theodore Clements DE Dallas
2 - 21 (53) Denver Mercury Madison G Temple Mercury Madison edges out ILB Steve Harrelson here, but Denver could go either way. Owen Norris DE Denver
5 - 28 (156) Kansas City Bryce Kramer TE Texas Bryce Kramer may be a better pick than T Winfred Tucker here, but Kansas City could go either way. Tre Kramer DE Kansas City
6 - 4 (164) Miami R.J. Cobb DE Mississippi State R.J. Cobb might be a better pick than G Kristopher Riley here, but Miami could go either way. Emmanuel Slayton DE Miami

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