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8 Justin Herbert
36 Will Grier
47 Daniel Jones
54 Dwayne Haskins
59 Drew Lock
69 Jordan Ta'amu
95 Tyree Jackson
119 Brett Rypien
124 Shea Patterson
146 Ryan Finley
154 Jarrett Stidham
192 Brian Lewerke
200 K.J. Costello
216 Deondre Francois
236 Gardner Minshew
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1 Oakland
Nick Bosa
    Ohio State
    EDGE
    Reach/Value:     +0
Height:
6'4"
Weight:
270



Things are so bad in Oakland that the greatest level of intrigue Raider Nation has on Sundays is wondering whether the Bears and Cowboys will win or lose (and, given the Raiders' luck, both are playing well at the moment). With 3 first rounders, it feels like it still isn't enough. Let's start on defense. It's hard to imagine that Oakland doesn't take Nick Bosa as the premier edge rusher with the #1 pick. The team has only 8 sacks (ranking last, with less than half of what the 28th-ranked team has --almost 1/4 of what the top team has) which makes it difficult to get stops on D. At Linebacker, Oakland is utterly devoid of playmakers and it stands alone as the only unit in the NFL with no sacks, INTs, forced fumbles, or fumble recoveries. In the secondary, the team's yards/passing attempt ranks dead last --nearly 3 yards behind the top-ranked Ravens. On offense, the team could use at least a #1 WR, #2 WR, and a RT (No, I don't think Brandon Parker is the answer), assuming Marshawn Lynch comes back at RB. Flush with cash and picks, there will be opportunities to address some of these needs, but this team is just so, so bad.


2 Arizona
Jonah Williams
    Alabama
    OT
    Reach/Value:     -4
Height:
6'5"
Weight:
301



Though HC Steve Wilks refused to accept moral victories after a 14-26 loss to the Chiefs, maybe Cardinals fans can be a bit more receptive to marked improvement in defeat. The defensive attack was able to hold the Chiefs to season lows in points and yards. Chandler Jones led a pass rush that registered 5 sacks against a KC line that hadn't allowed more than two sacks in a game all year. Arizona's pass defense was able to snap Patrick Mahomes' eight-game streak of 300-yard performances that had stretched back to Week 2.

On the opposite side of the ball, David Johnson continued his resurgence by racking up 183 of the team's 260 yards. Larry Fitzgerald passed Terrell Owens to rank second in all-time receiving yards. Perhaps most importantly, QB Josh Rosen showed some promise by leading sustained scoring drives to start out each half. Maybe these aren't moral victories to be celebrated, but they are steps in the right direction.

Despite the signs of improvement, Arizona will enter Week 11 with a 2-7 record. The Cardinals appear poised to have a Top 5 pick in the 2019 NFL Draft, and they'll have plenty of needs to address in the upcoming offseason. GM Steve Keim will likely be looking to add to the offensive side of the ball where QB Josh Rosen will need an infusion of talent to maximize his development potential. Keim would be thrilled if a stud WR like D.K. Metcalf or J.J. Arcega-Whiteside continue to make compelling cases to be drafted this early. As the Big Board currently stands, Arizona would get better value by targeting a cornerstone OT like Jonah Williams or Greg Little to stabilize a shaky offensive line. Even with such strong needs on offense, this class is loaded with defensive talent that could be tough to pass up.

- James Siebers, Cardinals Analyst


3 NY Jets
Clelin Ferrell
    Clemson
    EDGE
    Reach/Value:     +0
Height:
6'5"
Weight:
250



News has emerged today that Todd Bowles has dodged a bullet and will remain HC for the rest of the season. Watching the team over the last few weeks has been a real chore and fans have rightfully been calling for his head to roll. Trying to find any type of positives to hang your hat on has been an exercise in futility. The latest embarrassing loss to the Bills, a team that has struggled to score more than 10 points a game and who are on their 4th-string QB, will see interest in the remainder of the season evaporate for most Jet fans. At least we have the Draft to look forward to, and in all likelihood, another high pick. We get a well-deserved break from this debacle, as the Jets enter their bye week. With the Pats up next, expect normal service to be resumed in 2 weeks' time.


4 NY Giants
Justin Herbert
    Oregon
    QB
    Reach/Value:     -3
Height:
6'5"
Weight:
225



After watching last nights game, it can be concluded that when Eli actually gets some blocking, he can deliver for this football team. He connected with Odell Beckham Jr. twice in the end zone and also found Sterling Shepard in the dwindling moments of the game to seal the win for the G-Men. Eli diagnosed and dissected the defense on his final drive, finding Evan Engram and Saquon Barkley for big gains that set up Eli's strike to Shepard for the game-winning score. He saw that the 49ers were bringing a 5-man pressure, that the two linebackers and safety that dropped back were in no-mans land, and that the safety/corner D.J. Reed had inside leverage on Shepard, and he was a couple of steps behind him on the out-route which set up the strike for 6. This showed that Eli can still hang in there and read defenses with the best of them in this league.

However, there were a couple of instances where Eli showed his age and his unawareness. During the Giants second trip to the Red Zone near the end of the second quarter, the two-minute warning had stopped the game after a 6-yard run by Barkley that got them down to their own 3. They were now facing a critical 3rd & Goal; the Giants had two receivers lined up to the left with Odell in the slot, Odell had NO ONE on him, and Eli did not make an audible and chose to hand the ball off to Barkley for no gain. The team ended up having to settle for a field goal after a 14-play, 80-yard drive. That hurts and showed Eli's lack of situational awareness. The 2nd instance which showed Eli's age and lack of arm strength came in the early stages of the 4th quarter. Odell was running a vertical between the left hash and the numbers and split the corner and safety; while the two defenders played catchup, Eli threw a duck that ended up hitting one of the defenders as the two finally caught up with Odell. If Eli had been able to throw the ball ten more yards, Odell would have had himself a 77-yard touchdown catch, and the Giants would have been up by 7 with 10 minutes left in the ball-game.

Although they did get the win, with just these two huge instances, it is time to bring in their next franchise quarterback this coming April, in Justin Herbert. Herbert has a ton of upside and seems to be one of the best options at quarterback, if not the best that this draft has to offer. The time is now to bring him in while Eli still has a bit left in the tank and can mentor him while still leading by example.


5 Buffalo
Josh Allen
    Kentucky
    OLB
    Reach/Value:     +1
Height:
6'5"
Weight:
230



What a fun "Super Bowles" win to slide into the bye, allowing Brian Daboll to rest Josh Allen for two extra weeks. This "start a QB after 12 days in Buffalo" strategy finally worked! Matt Barkley had more TDs in 3 quarters than the other 3 Bills' QBs had over 9 games. The Bills put up the third-highest first-half total yards since the Flutie Era (313). Remember when Pryor said that it would only take one play for the Bills' offense to come alive? It happened! Barkley's first play, a bomb to just-called-up Robert Foster, set off Scoremaggedon. The OL gave Barkley time to think. Shady notched 100 yards for first time since Week 14 last year, and had 2 TDs. Zay Jones had another career-high game, with six catches resulting in either a first down or touchdown. The Bills were fun to watch, including Dion Dawkins as a 320-lb TD option and a fake-punt completion from Logan Thomas to Robert Foster on fourth and 6. It was the Bills' first time in 19 games they have had a 100-yard receiver (but we all thought it'd be Benjamin). The run-pass balance was perhaps the most impressive it's been, with 239 passing, 212 rushing, and 451 total yards.

On defense, the Bills held the Jets to 1 of 12 third-down conversions, including 4 three-and-outs and an INT on the Jets' first five drives. The Bills' defense was #1 in Opponent Passer Rating this week, holding McCown to 35.8. Milano and Hyde had INTs, Shaq Lawson's emerging, and Taron Johnson can hit, can't he??

On special teams, newcomer WR/PR Isaiah McKenzie looked like an All-Pro KR/PR on his 33-yard kickoff return, and averaging 10+ yards on 4 punt returns. Sadly, Matt Milano changes places with Tremaine Edmunds in concussion protocol. I wouldn't be surprised to see another early drafted (or FA) LB added in the offseason. Start RD1 off here with OT, WR, EDGE, a CB2...let's face it. This win was so fun, we don't care if the Bills drop a few slots in the 2019 Draft.

- Dean Kindig, Bills Analyst


6 San Francisco
Jachai Polite
    Florida
    EDGE
    Reach/Value:     -3
Height:
6'2"
Weight:
260



After racking up seven sacks in Week 9's romp over the Raiders, San Francisco jumped into the middle of the pack statistically, but on the field there is still work to be done. The 2019 Draft class is shaping up to be chock-full of pass-rush talent with Joey Bosa, Clelin Ferrell, Josh Allen, and Jachai Polite all looking like early-impact players.

While finding an edge rusher continues to look like the priority, it's worth noting that the 49ers rank 31st in the NFL with just two interceptions through the first 9 games, and could look to upgrade the CB position. Akhello Witherspoon has struggled to build on the success of his rookie season, and we have yet to see 2017 RD3 pick Tarvarius Moore. Moore was always intended to "redshirt" his rookie season as he transitioned from Safety to CB, but you can't rely on what you haven't seen. LSU's Greedy Williams has the size and speed DC Robert Saleh covets and could be a tempting choice if the Niners miss out on their preferred pass rusher.

- Brett Clancy, 49ers Analyst (@thebrettclancy on Twitter)


7 Tampa Bay
Greg Little
    Ole Miss
    OT
    Reach/Value:     -3
Height:
6'6"
Weight:
325



Until Sunday of Week 10, no team in the history of the NFL had ever accumulated 500 yards of total offense and scored 3 or fewer points. Of teams that have amassed 500 yards in a game, the average points-scored is 37.3. The Bucs have plopped to a new level of inepttude in never-before-seen fashion. I really don't know what to say, but I will try and break this down.

Tampa Bay ranks worst in the league in several categories; against the 'Skins these conditions collaborated to produce a loss that shouldn't have been. Up first is turnovers. The Bucs had the league's worst differential going into Week 10, that margin will only expand with an abysmal 4-0 margin vs. Washington.

Next up is opponent passer rating. The Bucs scrape the bottom by a goodly margin --lower than even Oakland and New Orleans! Redskins' QB Alex Smith enjoyed his best day in that category in 6 weeks.

Of course we'd be remiss not to mention the Bucs' longtime scourge - the kicking game. After going 1-3 with FGs on Sunday, coupled with his 4 missed XPs on the season, it's a good bet that Chandler Catanzaro will not be suiting up in Week 11.


8 Detroit
Greedy Williams
    LSU
    CB
    Reach/Value:     +3
Height:
6'1"
Weight:
182



It's times like these where I really want to put a stamp on this season as "SOL". Most Lions' fans will know this means "Same 'Ol Lions". It seems as though it's the same story again and again: Bad QB play, costly turnovers, can't protect the QB, defensive coverages blown, and so on and so forth. Every year, every week, new players, new coaches, new regimes, yet the play remains the same. "The Patriot Way" doesn't even seem to be sticking either, as the team has not only regressed, but the play on the field looks incompetent and mediocre at best. This is a telltale sign that not only are the players underperforming and not well-coached, but the roster just isn't very talented to begin with at positions that matter the most. An aging secondary, a right side of the offensive line that can't block, a QB that looks lost, and of course a defensive line that can't get pressure or stop the run, is always a recipe for disaster. As most of us can agree, it's causing us a headache trying to predict what this organization's next move is going to be since there are gaps roster-wide. What do you focus on first? The offensive line has given up 16 sacks in two weeks, the defense ranks 28th in rushing yards allowed per game (132.7), 20th in sacks registered (25), and 28th in points allowed (27.1), they don't have a true number 1 wide receiver and despite a "perceived" improvement on offense, they still rank 24th in offensive yards per game (347.6).

Based on the eye-test and the numeric results of this football team, we can objectively conclude this team is a combination of talent deprivation and being under-prepared thanks to inadequate coaching. The first remedy to fix all of this for 2019 would be to overhaul the offensive line and build around Frank Ragnow. Of the 10 sacks allowed against Minnesota, 0 came from Ragnow. Building around Ragnow by signing a sure-fire offensive lineman via Free Agency (no risk taking) or using another draft pick, it's a clear issue for Detroit in keeping their multi-million dollar man (Stafford) upright. The second suggestion would be to focus solely on defensive front and linebacker. Jarrad Davis has taken a step forward in his sophomore campaign, but Devon Kennard and Christian Jones are solid at best and are not players to push this defense to elite-level status. The addition of Damon Harrison is a great one for the line, but he needs help. With Ansah's future uncertain, bolstering the D-Line is needed. Could you imagine an Ed Oliver and Snacks Harrison pairing? Imagine four O-Linemen being taken up by 2 players. Yikes.

All in all, this looks to be another lost season for our Lions. Always optimistic in the face of pessimism, Lions' fans are already looking forward to April come Draft Day (I know I am).

- Doug Hyde, Lions Analyst




9 Jacksonville
Ed Oliver
    Houston
    DL3T
    Reach/Value:     +7
Height:
6'3"
Weight:
291



After the bye week, fans were hoping that the Jaguars would be able to sort out their issues on both sides of the ball, and right the ship that's been off course the last few weeks. Well, the Jags had their chances this week, but again came up short. Similar to the other losses in this streak, they managed to shut out the Colts in the second half but were ultimately not able to come back after going down by 13 points at halftime. While their second-half adjustments should be properly acknowledged, there is no reason that they should be losing by double digits at halftime in these games. Although the defense still ranks sixth in defensive efficiency, they have certainly taken a step back from where they were last year. Most notably, Sacksonville isn't pressuring the opposing QB at the same rate they achieved last year. In 2017, they ranked 2nd in the league in both sacks and adjusted sack rate, while this year, their rankings have fallen to 25th in sacks and 24th in adjusted sack rate. As good as the secondary and linebackers were/are in coverage, pressuring the QB can mask deficiencies over the course of a season. The offense certainly has had its woes, and is not blameless for these early game deficits. However, we weren't expecting the offense to carry this team. While expectations may have been a bit too high for Jacksonville's defense, they have regressed to a point where they aren't carrying the team. The offense will need to pick up some of the slack, but the defense needs to find new ways to get to the quarterback.


10 Cleveland
Byron Murphy
    Washington
    CB
    Reach/Value:     +2
Height:
5'11"
Weight:
182



I have to admit, it felt good to see the Browns get a win over Atlanta after the finger-pointing frenzy Hue Jackson went on after his firing. Even his hiring in Cincinnati feels like one last jab after the bell, but the scorecard still reads Cleveland getting their biggest win in the last three seasons with him gone. I just hope this victory isn't fool's gold because as much as I pumped up the Cleveland head coaching position in our last mock draft, the Browns are still going to have to convince the top coaching candidates that this job is better than the others that will be available.

In order to live up to the hype I pushed last week, these young guys need to finish the season strong. Obviously, Myles Garrett, Denzel Ward and Baker Mayfield headline the young core that this team has started, but others on this roster are capable of being included in that conversation with a consistent second-half of the season. Nick Chubb can run his way into that group. Larry Ogunjobi can sack his way into that group. Guys like David Njoku and Damarious Randall can finish strong and put themselves in that category.

Sure, this team has some good veterans that will be an asset to coaching candidates, but what players are part of both the short-term and long-term plans? The areas that they don't have someone like that are what I am keeping my eye on in the 2019 draft.

The biggest stat I can come up with to explain why the Browns stumped one of the hottest offenses in football was they kept them from being balanced. Cleveland held them under 100 yards rushing, and that has not been the case for most of the season. I'd love to see them get their hands on a run-stuffer that can change that. You can never have enough good corners, and the Browns are no exception, so I will keep an eye on that too. Left tackle may be their most pressing issue, and at his point, that has to be one of their top priorities to fix going into the off-season. I am also still interested in seeing this team get a wide receiver that can be considered "the guy" moving forward.

~Austin Smith


11 Denver
Deionte Thompson
    Alabama
    S
    Reach/Value:     -1
Height:
6'2"
Weight:
196



I don't care what the temperature in Denver is, Vance Joseph's seat has to be getting awfully warm. This team has not showed much promise at all, and we could be looking at a rebuilding situation moving forward for the Broncos. Let's face it, this offensive line is still dreadful, and while there may be some young players at the skilled positions that have potential, the future quarterback is not on this roster.

On defense, the excitement was that Bradley Chubb and Von Miller could get them back to the dominating unit that helped win them a Super Bowl, but it turns out, those two along with Chris Harris are the only ones to be excited about. Sure, this team has some solid role players but right now, I don't see anything that makes me think that they will be competing in the AFC West any time soon. With that in mind, why not tear it down and start over? The best part of a major rebuild like that is it takes pressure out of the draft process. Remember recent years where the Broncos just had to draft a left tackle to extend their window, or get a quarterback before the defense got too old to compete? Well in a major rebuild, the name at the top of the board is usually they guy you take. Look at last year for instance. Would it have mattered who went in those first four picks to Denver? Would we have been disappointed with Saquon Barkley, Quenton Nelson, Roquan Smith or one of the top quarterbacks last April? Sure, with the benefit of hindsight we can answer that more clearly but last April, Broncos fans would have been excited with any one of eight to ten players with that fourth pick, because the truth is, we had a lot of areas that needed improvement. Why not make that the plan for the next few years by stocking up picks and using them on the best player on the board, regardless of position.

Oakland has already started this process, and if Jon Gruden is successful in that venture while we keep holding out hope that maybe we can get things turned around, it may be more than coaches and a few front office people finding new jobs. We may see an entire cleansing from top to bottom. ~Austin Smith


12 Atlanta
Raekwon Davis
    Alabama
    DL5T
    Reach/Value:     -8
Height:
6'7"
Weight:
306



The Falcons' signing of hometown hero, Bruce Irvin has led to some important questions about what this means for next year. If Irvin explodes with a 4-5 sack performance down the stretch, it will be hard for Quinn and Dimitroff to let him walk in favor of the "King of the Almost-Sack," Vic Beasley. That could lead the front office to look into either the interior of the defensive line or an improvement along the offensive line to complement the now-injured players who will return next year. The dismal tackling of the Atlanta "defense" in Cleveland and the flaccid blocking against the stout Browns' front four certainly suggests that the closer you get to the line of scrimmage, the more work Atlanta needs to do. A week after their most impressive win of the season in Washington, Atlanta laid a putrid egg in Cleveland. They lost it in the trenches, they lost it in execution, they lost it in the coaching, they lost it on special teams.


13 Indianapolis
D.K. Metcalf
    Ole Miss
    WRF
    Reach/Value:     +0
Height:
6'4"
Weight:
225



Indy has now won its 3rd game in a row for the first time in 3 years --which is astounding to many Colts' fans. What's more, according to Zak Keefer of the Indianapolis Star, it's the 4th straight game in which the Colts' offensive line didn't allow a sack. Zak also points out that it is the longest streak of its kind since 2009 and makes it the 5th-longest such streak in NFL history.

The focus on the OL in the 2018 NFL Draft paid big dividends, with lineman Quenton Nelson (watch Nelson flatten a Jaguar defender here) and Braden Smith as the first two picks. They're now paired up with 2nd-year starting OC Ryan Kelly and are now giving QB Andrew Luck something he has never had in his short career: a solid, mostly-young front five. That and most everyone is healthy for the first time in a long, long while.

That leaves me torn about where Indy should go with their first-overall pick in 2019, because there are still several areas of need. I would guess the majority think defense is more critically in need of help than the offense. I agree, except that I'm kinda greedy --and would really like to see the Colts add another wideout that can wreak havoc downfield. But I do love me some Raekwon Davis (Alabama DT) wearing the Horseshoe. GM Chris Ballard is laser-focused on building up the trenches on either side of the ball, and with the emergence of some young guns on the edge, he may decide that a versatile talent like Davis is too valuable to pass up. There's also still a need for a standout CB (Clemson's Trayvon Mullen or Auburn's Jamel Dean?) that can shut down one side of the field, but ultimately it will come down to who Ballard sees as the top 10-20 prospects on the Colts' draft board come next April.


14 Miami
Rashan Gary
    Michigan
    DL3T
    Reach/Value:     -4
Height:
6'5"
Weight:
280



Yet another brutal outing for Miami's front 7. Although Brock Osweiler did not help keep the defense off the field while also committing two costly turnovers, there is still no excuse for allowing Aaron Jones to gash your defense like that. Allowing opposing running backs to tear your defense to shreds seems to be a sickening reoccurring theme this season for the Dolphins, as the unit was smacked in the mouth by Aaron Jones Sunday. Jones toted the rock only 15 times, but he made the most of those touches by totaling 145 yards and two touchdowns. He was a man on a mission as he averaged nearly 10 yards per carry. The back end of the defense did its job bottling up Aaron Rodgers, only giving up 199 passing yards to one of the best in the game.

However, they were unable to play a perfect game as they had some breakdowns in coverage. First, Bobby McCain got beaten by Davante Adams on man-to-man coverage for his first touchdown of the day. Second, Xavien Howard blew his assignment and ran right past Adams as he attempted to break on the ball while Adams proceeded to cross the goal-line for his second touchdown of the day. Again, the repetitive story line is that the Dolphins cannot stop the run unless they are playing the Jets! The Dolphins desperately need some help up front, and first-round prospect Rashan Gary would be someone that can be an immediate plug-in along the defensive line as either a strong-side or weak-side defensive end. Gary has everything the Dolphins are looking for in a defensive end. With an incredible mixture of size, strength, and speed, Rashan Gary is primed to have a quality and productive career at the next level.


15 Oakland
J.J. Arcega-Whiteside
    Stanford
    WRF
    Reach/Value:     -4
Height:
6'2"
Weight:
222



Dallas traded this pick to the Oakland Raiders. Commentary for the Raiders can be found at pick #1.


16 Philadelphia
Quinnen Williams
    Alabama
    DL3T
    Reach/Value:     +0
Height:
6'4"
Weight:
285



The Eagles won a championship in 2017 largely because they jumped on opponents early, built large leads, and then got after the QB on defense. It didn't matter who got injured, as seemingly every player on the team had the best season of their career simultaneously. Mostly, they won because of great QB play, and because their offensive and defensive lines just outplayed the opposition. Aside from good QB play, the exact opposite seems to be happening in 2018. Injuries have devastated the roster, but backup and role players have not distinguished themselves (in good ways, anyway). Even before injuries, the offensive and defensive lines have been average at best this year. Rebuilding both lines should be the RD1-RD2 priorities this offseason; however, my comments over the last three months have beaten that horse to death.

There are other needs on the team that need to be addressed. One of those needs is at running back. Jay Ajayi's knees were a known concern when the Eagles traded for him, so it's fair to wonder if he's done. Ajayi's contract is up after this year, and regardless of what happens to him, the Eagles need to add a legit weapon to the backfield. Corey Clement is averaging less than 3.5 ypc, and Wendell Smallwood (while having a slightly-better season statistically) is better-suited as a change-of-pace back. The league is full of success stories from RD4 or RD5 backs, and that seems like a smart place for the Eagles to address the position.

- Broz, Eagles Analyst

Traded Round 1 Picks:
Green Bay gets New Orleans R1 Pick (2018 Draft trade)
Oakland gets Chicago RD1 pick (Khalil Mack trade)
Oakland gets Dallas RD1 pick (Amari Cooper trade)

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Ohio State
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Michigan
DL3T
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Wisconsin
OC
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Iowa
TE
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Wisconsin
OT
44 Miles Sanders
Penn State
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Wisconsin
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Michigan
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97 Stanley Morgan Jr.
Nebraska
WRF
103 Connor McGovern
Penn State
OG
109 Devin Bush
Michigan
ILB
111 Chase Winovich
Michigan
EDGE
114 D'Cota Dixon
Wisconsin
S
117 Damian Prince
Maryland
OG
124 Shea Patterson
Michigan
QB
125 Karan Higdon
Michigan
RBF
137 Parris Campbell
Ohio State
WRF
138 Isaiah Prince
Ohio State
OT
142 Joe Gaziano
Northwestern
DL3T
145 Darnell Savage Jr.
Maryland
S
148 Antoine Brooks Jr.
Maryland
S
151 Michael Deiter
Wisconsin
OG
155 Mike Weber
Ohio State
RBF
157 Tyler Johnson
Minnesota
WRF
161 Olive Sagapolu
Wisconsin
DL1T
167 Shareef Miller
Penn State
EDGE
169 T.J. Edwards
Wisconsin
ILB
183 Matt Nelson
Iowa
DL5T
192 Brian Lewerke
Michigan State
QB
198 Johnnie Dixon
Ohio State
WRS
203 Anthony Nelson
Iowa
EDGE
211 L.J. Scott
Michigan St
RBF
219 Blessuan Austin
Rutgers
CB
223 Lorenzo Neal
Purdue
DL1T
225 Zach Gentry
Michigan
TE
239 Michael Jordan
Ohio State
OG
247 Amani Hooker
Iowa
S
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Northwestern
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