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1 - 25 (25) Jacksonville T.J. Hancock T Bowling Green This one's tough. While Jacksonville doesn't necessarily need a T, they could have easily gone with Edward Solomon Connor Aranha C Jacksonville
5 - 24 (152) New England Bo Randle RB Indiana Well, this is a toss-up. While New England doesn't necessarily need a RB, it makes just as much sense to pick Gerald Lewis Freddie Gardiner C New England
2 - 9 (41) New York Earnest Horton QB Penn State Very difficult choice here. While New York doesn't necessarily need a QB, they could have easily gone with Julio Brandon Morris Sutton C New York
7 - 23 (215) San Francisco J.R. Watson FB LIU/C.W. Post This one's a toss-up. San Francisco needs a FB; they might also consider Giovanni Tonkin Harvey Mayes C San Francisco
2 - 27 (59) Tampa Bay Connor Bishop C Louisiana State This one's a toss-up. While Tampa Bay doesn't necessarily need a DE, they could have easily gone with Ezekiel O'Donnell Harold Mueller C Tampa Bay
3 - 26 (90) Tampa Bay Dillon Erickson DE Duke Tampa Bay could also consider CB Wally Dawson here. David Aaron C Tampa Bay
4 - 27 (123) Tampa Bay Isaiah Horton CB Colorado State Isaiah Horton seems to make a better choice than RB Deon Lorey here, but Tampa Bay could go either way. Francisco Baggett C Tampa Bay
3 - 21 (85) Cleveland Stanley Wynn TE Jackson State Cleveland could want DE Dillon Erickson here. Connor Bishop C Cleveland
7 - 4 (196) Houston Sammie Young OLB Arizona This one's tough. While Houston doesn't necessarily need a OLB, another option they might look at is Johnny Bravata Deion Preston C Houston
2 - 13 (45) Arizona John Armstrong S Auburn This one's a toss-up. While Arizona doesn't necessarily need a DT, they might go with Nick Parisi Rodney Farr CB Arizona
3 - 18 (82) Atlanta Johnny Ardizzone G Baylor Your guess is as good as mine. While Atlanta doesn't necessarily need a DT, it makes just as much sense to pick Josiah Bridgman B.J. Cornehl CB Atlanta
3 - 29 (93) Buffalo Tyler Pierce CB Central Michigan Your guess is as good as mine. While Buffalo doesn't necessarily need a CB, it wouldn't surprise me if they go with Wally Dawson Thurman Parrish CB Buffalo
4 - 30 (126) Chicago Samuel Kirchhof CB Colorado State This was a tough one to call. While Chicago doesn't necessarily need a CB, another option they might look at is Cameron Nixon Trenton Stamps CB Chicago
1 - 19 (19) Dallas T.J. Greer CB Arizona CB isn't really a huge need for Dallas, but how can you pass up T.J. Greer? Johnnie Nichols CB Dallas
3 - 6 (70) Denver Caleb Hamby RB Virginia Tech Denver may look at ILB Alex Sweeney here. Jonah Nykolaiszyn CB Denver
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
1 - 32 (32) Kansas City Ashton Carney CB Georgia Tech Tough one to call. While Kansas City doesn't necessarily need a CB, it makes just as much sense to pick Rodney Farr Ashton Carney CB Kansas City
6 - 9 (169) New Orleans Brendan Eubanks TE Arizona Not sure what I'd do here. While New Orleans doesn't necessarily need a RB, it wouldn't surprise me if they go with Lewis Setayesh Kaleb Russett CB New Orleans
3 - 8 (72) New York Tom Browning WR Maryland New York might want DT Josiah Bridgman here. Rod Halkin CB New York
7 - 9 (201) New Jersey O.J. Flowers ILB Ohio Hard to know for sure what they'll do here. While New Jersey doesn't necessarily need a ILB, it makes just as much sense to pick Emmanuel Everett Jr. Cedric Fredrickson CB New Jersey
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
3 - 28 (92) Philadelphia Antonio Conway ILB Oregon State Tough one to call. Philadelphia could use a RB as well, it makes just as much sense to pick Otis Gagnon Isaiah Horton CB Philadelphia
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
4 - 7 (103) Seattle Larry Buggelli OLB Vanderbilt Tough one to call. While Seattle doesn't necessarily need a OLB, they could have easily gone with Peter Biondo Tyler Pierce CB Seattle
6 - 27 (187) Tampa Bay Alexander Blair QB Arkansas Very tough one here. While Tampa Bay doesn't necessarily need a QB, they could have easily gone with Levi Candelaria Alonzo Barden CB Tampa Bay
7 - 26 (218) Tampa Bay Cristian Broadnax TE New Mexico Very tough one here. Tampa Bay could use a TE; they might go with Pat Simmons Raymond Cosell CB Tampa Bay
2 - 15 (47) Tennessee Alfred Garner T Colorado Very difficult choice here. While Tennessee doesn't necessarily need a CB, they might also consider Rod Halkin Cameron Nixon CB Tennessee
6 - 15 (175) Tennessee Mercury Carey G Presbyterian This one's a toss-up. While Tennessee doesn't necessarily need a OLB, they might also consider Braxton Caldwell Marcus Raymond CB Tennessee
6 - 2 (162) Washington Bryson Tupper RB Tulane This one's tough. While Washington doesn't necessarily need a RB, it wouldn't surprise me if they go with Lewis Setayesh J.C. Eskenazi CB Washington
4 - 21 (117) Cleveland Trenton Stamps CB Indiana Very difficult choice here. While Cleveland doesn't necessarily need a CB, they could have easily gone with Isaiah Horton Wally Dawson CB Cleveland
5 - 2 (130) Houston Cameron Nixon CB Northwestern Houston really doesn't need another CB, but there really isn't a better choice at this point. Samuel Kirchhof CB Houston
2 - 5 (37) Atlanta Donte Gamroth QB Texas Tech Atlanta may want WR Gilbert Perales here. Johnnie Bradford DE Atlanta

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