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2018 NFL Draft: 7-Round Mock Draft

2018 NFL Draft Order: Round 1

1. Cleveland Browns – Sam Darnold – QB – USC

The Cleveland Browns finally land a future franchise quarterback. With Tyrod Taylor projected as the starter, Sam Darnold will be able to sit behind Taylor for a year until he’s thrown into the fire. The 20-year-old quarterback may not be the most pro-ready quarterback right now, but his ceiling is sky high, and he has all the tools to be an elite QB in the NFL.

2. New York GiantsSaquon Barkley – RB – Penn State

I’m not sure even the Giants’ front office even knows who they will be taking with the #2 overall pick. I think we can narrow it down to three choices: 1) Bradley Chubb, 2) Saquon Barkley, or 3) trade out. One thing is for certain, the Giants have had an awful time running the football in recent years. After adding Nate Solder via free agency and getting Odell Beckham Jr. back from injury, a dominant running back could take the New York Giants back to competing for the NFC East Championship.

3. New York Jets (from Indianapolis Colts) – Baker Mayfield – QB – Oklahoma

After trading away a boatload to move up to the #3 overall pick, there’s no secret what the New York Jets have in mind, drafting a franchise quarterback. Some people may think they’d target Josh Allen here, but the Jets’ front office is very fond of the former Oklahoma QB. Baker Mayfield would likely come in and start day one, and I think he’s right up there with Josh Rosen as the most pro-ready quarterback in this draft.

4. Cleveland Browns (from Houston Texans) – Bradley Chubb – EDGE – N.C. State

The Browns, land their franchise quarterback with the #1 overall pick, then land a stud pass rusher in Bradley Chubb to pair with last years #1 overall pick Myles Garrett. With the selection of Chubb, the Browns’ would have one of the best defensive lines in football with Myles Garrett, Larry Ogunjobi, Emmanuel Ogbah, Caleb Brantley, and Bradley Chubb. Quarterbacks Beware.

5. TRADE: Buffalo Bills (Bills trade picks 1:12 & 1:22 for Denver’s 1:5) – Josh Allen – QB – Wyoming

The Buffalo Bills already made one trade in this draft and that was moving up with Cincinnati, in this mock I have them moving up again with Denver to grab their future franchise quarterback. Josh Allen is an extremely gifted quarterback with loads of potential. Similar to Sam Darnold, it would be wise for Allen to sit a season before being thrown into the fire, the Bills don’t have that option, so it’s likely that Josh Allen would be the day one starter after being drafted at #5 overall.

6. Indianapolis Colts (from New York Jets) – Roquan Smith – LB – Georgia 

With Bradley Chubb and Saquon Barkley both off the board, the Colts are stuck with taking the best linebacker in the draft. Not a bad consolation prize. Smith would be a plug and play linebacker who would make an immediate impact on the young Indianapolis defense. With Matt Eberflus now running the defense in Indy, Roquan Smith would fit in just fine as a great off the ball linebacker with tons of speed and great instincts.

7. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Derwin James – S – Florida State

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have plenty of holes on their roster, but getting a player of Derwin James caliber to play all around the secondary could kill two birds with one stone. James is a versatile defensive back who can play strong safety, nickel corner, and even free safety if need be. There aren’t many human beings on this planet with Derwin James size, athletic ability, and leadership mentality. 

8. Chicago Bears – Quenton Nelson – OG – Notre Dame

To land the consensus #1 overall player at #8 should be something the Chicago Bears throw a party over. Quenton Nelson is a blue chip player in this draft class and would be an absolute steal at 8th overall. If there’s any team in the NFL that would love Nelson it would be the Bears, seeing as his former OL coach is currently on the Chicago staff.

9. San Francisco 49ers – Minkah Fitzpatrick – DB – Alabama

The 49ers finished 2017 hot, and in order to keep up that same success in 2018, they’ll need to add playmakers on defense. Alabama’s Minkah Fitzpatrick is just that. A playmaker. Fitzpatrick is a great athlete with one of the highest football IQ’s I can remember evaluating and is one of the most versatile players in this draft class. If Minkah is still on the board at #9, I don’t see John Lynch passing him up.

10. Oakland Raiders – Tremaine Edmunds – LB – Virginia Tech

The Raiders need a lot of help on the defensive side of the ball, but linebacker may be the most pressing need. Luckily for the team, they get good value here at 10th overall with former Virginia Tech LB, Tremaine Edmunds. Edmunds looks as if he was built in a lab and is only 19 years old, so he will continue to develop. Edmunds offers a ton, whether it’s his cover ability, the ability to play the run, or get after the quarterback, Tremaine Edmunds will be an effective player at the next level.

11. Miami Dolphins – Denzel Ward – CB – Ohio State

The Miami Dolphins have a ton off needs on both offense and defense, but landing the CB1 and one of the best players of the draft at #11 overall would be a huge steal for Miami. Denzel Ward is undersized, but plays much bigger than his height/weight shows. Ward is a great athlete that shows off his ball skills and coverage ability on all shapes and sizes of receivers. In my opinion, Denzel Ward is one of the safest players in this draft class.

12. Denver Broncos (from Bills) – Josh Rosen – QB – UCLA

The Bronco’s signed Case Keenum to a two-year deal, but I don’t see them passing up Josh Rosen if he does fall all the way to them at #12 after the trade back. Josh Rosen is the most pro-ready quarterback out of this bunch and has a high ceiling as well. If not for the durability and character concerns that some front offices have, Josh Rosen would be in play for the #1 overall pick.

13. Washington Redskins – Vita Vea – DT – Washington

After taking Jonathan Allen last year in the first round, the Redskins come right back and add some more beef to their defensive line with Washington’s Vita Vea. Vita Vea is an extremely strong, disruptive interior defensive lineman who can play more than just the nose tackle. Vea moves extremely well for 330+ pounds and while he is a great run defender, don’t sleep on Vita Vea as disruptive pass rusher either. With the addition of Vita Vea, the Redskins would now have two of the best, young interior defensive lineman in the league.

14. Green Bay PackersHarold Landry – EDGE – Boston College

The Packers desperately need pass rush help, and Harold Landry is just the man for the job. In 2016, Harold Landry was pretty much impossible to block rushing from the right side at Boston College, after a down year in 2017 due to injuries, Landry is looking to get back to his dominant 2016 form. Harold Landry would be a perfect addition as the Packers start to rebuild their defense.

15. Arizona Cardinals – Lamar Jackson – QB – Louisville

Even with Sam Bradford signed to a one year deal, QB is still one of the biggest needs for the Arizona Cardinals. Lamar Jackson would be a great pick here for Arizona. If you’re hearing that Lamar Jackson isn’t a good enough passer to have success in the NFL I would tell you to start listening to different people. Lamar Jackson is one of the best quarterbacks in this draft class because of what he can do with his arm, what he can do with his legs is just an added bonus. 

16. Baltimore Ravens – Calvin Ridley – WR – Alabama

Even after adding Michael Crabtree and Willie Snead, I think Wide Receiver is still a top priority for the Baltimore Ravens. Calvin Ridley would be a great addition to the Ravens’ receiver core who lacks a nuanced route runner with the ability to separate in all three levels of the field. Ridley is as sure-handed as any receiver in this class and is being severely underrated due to people putting way to much weight on his athletic testing at the Combine.

17. Los Angeles Chargers – Mike McGlinchey – OT – Notre Dame

The Chargers could go in multiple directions here, they need OL help, the could use a interior defensive lineman, and they also really love Leighton Vander Esch. In this scenario they elect to draft the Notre Dame OT Mike McGinchey. McGlinchey can play either left or right tackle and is an extremely polished run blocker. With the addition of McGlinchey, the Chargers would have one of the more talented and young offensive lines in football. 

18. Seattle Seahawks – Isaiah Wynn – OL – Georgia 

The Seahawks are finally able to add some real talent to the offensive line to protect Russell Wilson. Isaiah Wynn is a versatile, athletic, strong offensive lineman that played most of his college career at LT. Wynn decided to make the move to LG this offseason and showed no issues at all playing the position at the Senior Bowl. Wynn versatility and the way he plays the game should make this a no-brainer for John Schneider.

19. Dallas Cowboys – Leighton Vander Esch – LB – Boise State

The Dallas Cowboys desperately need linebacker help after Anthony Hitchens signed with Kansas City this offseason and the uncertainty surrounding Jaylon Smith and Sean Lee’s health linebacker is a pressing need for this team. Leighton Vander Esch is a extremely raw talent, that has elite athletic traits and great size. Vander Esch has to improve on his play strength and instincts if he wants to have success at the next level. But for the Cowboys’ the athletic traits and measurable’s are enough for them to fall in love with the Boise State linebacker.

20. Detroit Lions – Marcus Davenport – EDGE – UTSA

The Detroit Lions have been looking for a compliment pass rusher to Ziggy Ansah for some time. Marcus Davenport may not be that dominant force right away, but his potential is through the roof. Davenport has elite measurable’s as well as a excellent athletic profile to match. Davenport needs to develop a plan when rushing the passer, and figure out how to use his length.

21. Cincinnati Bengals (from Buffalo Bills) – Will Hernandez – OG – UTEP

The Bengals desperately need help up and down the offensive line. With the addition of Will Hernandez, they now have one of the nastiest guards in the league. Hernandez is a dominant run defender and moves extremely well for a 340lb man. Hernandez does a great job of getting to the second level and as a pulling guard. This selection would give Andy Dalton and Joe Mixon a nice start to a hopeful offensive line rebuild.

22. Denver Broncos (from Buffalo Bills) – Da’Ron Payne – DT – Alabama

Defensive tackle isn’t necessarily the Bronco’s biggest need, but I find it hard to believe that they would pass up a player of Da’Ron Payne’s caliber at #22 overall. Payne is a versatile interior defensive tackle who has showed signs of being one of the most disruptive defensive tackles in college football. 

23. New England Patriots (from Los Angeles Rams) – Kolton Miller – OT – UCLA

The Patriots are in desperate need of offensive tackle help. Kolton Miller, in my opinion, is a fourth-round player on tape, but they really love him. Miller is an elite athlete with great size, so there are traits to love when evaluating Kolton Miller. In order for him to be successful as a tackle at the next level, Miller will need to clean up his footwork and hand technique. The former UCLA OT has a long way to go technique-wise, but the athletic traits and measurable’s are off the charts.

24. Carolina Panthers – D.J. Moore – WR – Maryland 

The Carolina Panthers are lacking a true WR1 in order to have success in a crowded NFC South. D.J. Moore would be an excellent addition to pair with Cam Newton, Christian McCaffrey, and Devin Funchess. D.J. Moore can play the “X” or the “Z” and can make plays in all three depths of the field. Moore is most dangerous after the catch and would be a huge weapon to add to a team that’s not far off from being a Super Bowl contender.

25. Tennessee Titans – Rashaan Evans – LB – Alabama

The Titans continue to add talent on the defensive side of the ball with one of the best linebackers in this draft class. Rashaan Evans is one of my favorite players in this draft due to all the different things he can do. Evans is reliable against the run, is underrated in coverage, and can rush the passer as good as a lot of these rushers in this class. Evans would be a plug-and-play linebacker for the Titans and would really give them a huge upgrade at MIKE linebacker.

26. Atlanta Falcons – Taven Bryan – DT – Florida

With the departure of Donatri Poe, the Atlanta Falcons will be looking to add talent to the interior of their defensive line. Taven Bryan plays the under-tackle, but with this addition, Grady Jarrett could move over and play the nose, and Taven Bryan could slide in and start at the under tackle. Bryan is an upfield rusher that makes his money wreaking havoc in the backfield. Bryan may not have great stats at Florida, but there are enough positive traits on tape to see why he’ll be selected on Thursday night.

27. New Orleans Saints – Jaire Alexander – CB – Louisville 

With the addition on Jaire Alexander, the Saints would have one of the most talented, but young secondaries in the NFL. Pairing Jaire Alexander up with Marshon Lattimore, Marcus Williams, Patrick Robinson, and Ken Crawley would easily make them one of the scariest in the league. Jaire Alexander is an extraordinary athlete with great cover skills, and great ball skills, Jaire Alexander is my CB1 and the Saints would be thrilled to land him at the back of round one.

28. Pittsburgh SteelersDerrius Guice – RB – LSU

I’m sure most Steelers fans hate this pick with Le’Veon Bell still on the roster, but I don’t think Bell is in Pittsburgh’s long-term plans. Derrius Guice would be an excellent guy to take over for Bell if he is to leave next season. With how the Steelers use Bell as a receiver, Derrius Guice will still see the field a ton in his rookie year.. In most years, Guice is easily the RB1, but with Barkley wearing that crown, Guice will unfortunately fall down the draft board.

29. Jacksonville Jaguars – James Daniels – OG/C – Iowa

The Jaguars could use some interior offensive line talent, why not add the best center prospect in this class who also has a background playing guard and tackle? James Daniels is technician with his hands and has great athletic ability and strength to be a dominant interior offensive lineman in the NFL. Daniels could play guard or center in Jacksonville and would be an instant upgrade over any of the interior lineman currently projected to start in Jacksonville.

30. Minnesota Vikings – Frank Ragnow – OG/C – Arkansas

In the last week or so, Frank Ragnow has worked his way into the round one conversation. Frank Ragnow is familiar with Minnesota Vikings and the Minnesota Vikings are familiar with him. Ragnow has guard/center flexibility and is known for being an excellent run blocker. Ragnow never allowed a sack at Arkansas and will look to carry that same success over to the NFL. 

31. New England PatriotsIsaiah Oliver – CB – Colorado

The New England secondary had a rather rocky run last year and lost their best cornerback in Malcolm Butler via free agency. Colorado’s Isaiah Oliver would be an excellent addition to the New England secondary to fill Malcolm Butler’s shoes. Isaiah Oliver is a big corner who can play in press or zone coverage. Oliver has great ball skills and like getting involved in the run game as well. His attitude and style of play fits perfectly with what Bill Belichick looks for in his cornerbacks.

32. Philadelphia Eagles – Mike Gesicki – TE – Penn State

After losing Trey Burton in free agency the Super Bowl Champions will look to fill his sport, while also hoping to upgrade. Mike Gesicki is an athletic freak of nature with insane athletic traits and measurable’s. Gesicki is a dominant red zone target and is a matchup nightmare for opposing defenses. This may be a little bit of a reach for the Eagles, but without a second or third round pick, they may jump at taking Gesicki with the last pick on Thursday night.

Nathan Shepherd - DT

2018 NFL Draft Order: Round 2

33. Cleveland Browns – Sony Michel – RB – Georgia

34. New York GiantsConnor Williams – OL – Texas

35. Cleveland Browns (from Houston Texans) – Mike Hughes – CB – UCF

36. Indianapolis Colts – Courtland Sutton – WR – SMU

37. Indianapolis Colts (from New York Jets) – Josh Sweat – EDGE – Florida State

38. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Joshua Jackson – CB – Iowa

39. Chicago Bears – Carlton Davis – CB – Auburn

40. Denver BroncosRonald Jones II – RB – USC

41. Oakland Raiders – Tyrell Crosby – OL – Oregon

42. Miami Dolphins – Dallas Goedert – TE – South Dakota State

43. New England Patriots (from San Francisco 49ers) – Kyle Lauletta – QB – Richmond

44. Washington Redskins – Austin Corbett – OG – Nevada

45. Green Bay Packers – Ronnie Harrison – S – Alabama

46. Cincinnati Bengals – Mason Rudolph – QB – Oklahoma State

47. Arizona Cardinals – D.J. Chark – WR – LSU

48. Los Angeles Chargers – Justin Reid – S – Stanford

49. Indianapolis Colts (from New York Jets through Seattle Seahawks) – Billy Price – OG/C – Ohio State

50. Dallas CowboysNathan Shepherd – DT – Fort Hays State

51. Detroit Lions – Nick Chubb – RB – Georgia

52. Baltimore Ravens – Jamarco Jones – OT – Ohio State

53. Buffalo Bills – Maurice Hurst – DT – Michigan

54. Kansas City Chiefs – Jessie Bates III – S – Wake Forest

55. Carolina Panthers – Sam Hubbard – EDGE – Ohio State

56. Buffalo Bills (from Los Angeles Rams) – Anthony Miller – WR – Memphis

57. Tennessee Titans – Kemoko Turay – EDGE – Rutgers

58. Atlanta Falcons – Hayden Hurst – TE – South Carolina

59. San Francisco 49ers (from New Orleans Saints) – Braden Smith – OG – Auburn

60. Pittsburgh Steelers – Fred Warner – LB – BYU

61. Jacksonville Jaguars – Christian Kirk – WR – Texas A&M

62. Minnesota Vikings – Donte Jackson – CB – LSU

63. New England Patriots – Lorenzo Carter – EDGE – Georgia

64. Cleveland Browns (from Philadelphia Eagles) – Derrick Nnadi – DT – Florida State

Mike White - QB

2018 NFL Draft Order: Round 3

65. Buffalo Bills (from Cleveland Browns) – Uchenna Nwosu – LB – USC

66. New York Giants – Josey Jewell – LB – Iowa

67. Indianapolis Colts – Kerryon Johnson – RB – Auburn

68. Houston Texans – Dante Pettis – WR – Washington

69. New York Giants (from Buffalo Bills) – Duke Ejiofor – DE – Wake Forest

70. San Francisco 49ers (from Chicago Bears) – Equanimeous St. Brown – WR – Notre Dame

71. Denver BroncosMichael Gallup – WR – Colorado State

72. TRADE Dallas Cowboys – (DAL trades 3:81, 4:137, & 6:192 for NYJ 3:72) – James Washington – WR – Oklahoma State

73. Miami Dolphins – Malik Jefferson – LB – Texas

74. San Francisco 49ers – Rashaan Gaulden – DB – Tennessee

75. Oakland Raiders – Harrison Phillips – DT – Stanford

76. Green Bay Packers – Darius Leonard – LB – South Carolina State

77. Cincinnati Bengals – Brian O’Neil – OT – Pittsburgh

78. Kansas City Chiefs (from Washington Redskins) – Ogbonnia Okoronkwu – EDGE – Oklahoma

79. Arizona Cardinals – Mark Andrews – TE – Oklahoma

80. Houston Texans (from Seattle Seahawks) – Andrew Brown – DL – UVA

81. New York Jets (From Dallas Cowboys) – Arden Key – EDGE – LSU

82. Detroit Lions – Da’Shawn Hand – DL – Alabama

83. Baltimore Ravens – Rashaad Penny – RB – San Diego State

84. Los Angeles Chargers – Dorian O’Daniel – LB – Clemson

85. Carolina Panthers (from Buffalo Bills) – Chukawuma Okorafor – OT – Western Michigan

86. Kansas City Chiefs – M.J. Stewart – CB – North Carolina

87. Los Angeles Rams – Jack Cichy – LB – Wisconsin

88. Carolina Panthers – Holton Hill – CB – Texas

89. Tennessee Titans – DaeSean Hamilton – WR – Penn State

90. Atlanta Falcons – Genard Avery – EDGE – Memphis

91. New Orleans Saints – Deadrin Senat – DT – USF

92. Pittsburgh Steelers – Dorance Armstrong – EDGE – Kansas

93. Jacksonville Jaguars – Shaquem Griffin – LB – UCF

94. Minnesota Vikings – Quin Blanding – S – UVA

95. New England Patriots – Jaylen Samuels – RB – N.C. State

96. Buffalo Bills (from Philadelphia Eagles) – Marcell Ateman – WR – Oklahoma State

97. Arizona Cardinals (Compensatory) – Jalyn Holmes – DL – Ohio State

98. Houston Texans (Compensatory) – Orlando Brown – OT – Oklahoma

99. Denver Broncos (Compensatory) – Quenton Meeks – CB – Stanford

100. Cincinnati Bengals (Compensatory) – Tarvarus McFadden – CB – Florida State

2018 NFL Draft Order: Round 4

101. Green Bay Packers (from Cleveland Browns) – Isaac Yiadom – CB – Boston College

102. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Royce Freeman – RB – Oregon

103. Houston Texans – Ian Thomas – TE – Indiana

104. Indianapolis Colts – Hercules Mata’afa – EDGE – Washington State

105. Chicago Bears – Tarvarius Moore – S – Southern Mississippi

106. Denver Broncos – Terrell Edmunds – S – Virginia Tech

107. New York Jets – Martinas Rankin – OL – Mississippi State

108. New York Giants – Mike White – QB – Western Kentucky

109. Denver Broncos (from San Francisco 49ers) – Brandon Parker – OT – North Carolina A&T

110. Oakland Raiders – Duke Dawson – CB – Florida

111. Los Angeles Rams (from Miami Dolphins) – Jerome Baker – LB – Ohio State

112. Cincinnati Bengals – Antonio Callaway – WR – Florida

113. Washington Redskins – Byron Pringle – WR – Kansas State

114. Cleveland Browns (from Green Bay Packers) – Will Richardson – OT – N.C. State

115. Chicago Bears (from Arizona Cardinals) – Breeland Speaks – EDGE – Ole Miss

116. Dallas Cowboys – Cole Madison – OG – Washington State

117. Detroit Lions – Dalton Schultz – TE – Stanford

118. Baltimore Ravens – Skai Moore – LB – South Carolina

119. Los Angeles Chargers – Kurt Benkert – QB – UVA

120. Seattle Seahawks – Rasheem Green – DL – USC

121. Buffalo Bills – John Kelly – RB – Tennessee

122. Kansas City Chiefs – R.J. McIntosh – DL – Miami

123. Miami Dolphins (from Cleveland Browns through Carolina Panthers) – B.J. Hill – DT – N.C. State

124. Kansas City Chiefs (from Los Angeles Rams) Alex Cappa – OL – Humboldt State

125. Tennessee Titans – Dane Cruikshank – S – Arizona

126. Atlanta Falcons – Cedrick Wilson – WR – Boise State

127. New Orleans Saints – Chad Thomas – EDGE – Miami

128. San Francisco 49ers (from Pittsburgh Steelers) – Akrum Wadley – RB – Iowa

129. Jacksonville Jaguars – Anthony Averett – CB – Alabama

130. Philadelphia Eagles (from Minnesota Vikings) – Poona Ford – DT – Texas

131. Miami Dolphins (from New England Patriots through Philadelphia Eagles) – Luke Falk – QB – Washington State

132. Philadelphia Eagles – Nyheim Hynes – RB – N.C. State

133. Green Bay Packers (Compensatory) – Allen Lazard – WR – Iowa State

134. Arizona Cardinals (Compensatory) – DeShon Elliott – S – Texas

135. Los Angeles Rams (from New York Giants–Compensatory) – Colby Gossett – OG – Appalachian State

136. Los Angeles Rams (from New England Patriots–Compensatory) – Mark Walton – RB – Miami

137. New York Jets (Dallas Cowboys) – Tim Settle – DT – Virginia Tech

2018 NFL Draft Order: Round 5

138. Green Bay Packers (from Cleveland Browns) – Bo Scarbrough – RB – Alabama

139. New York Giants – Marquis Hynes – EDGE – Ole Miss

140. Indianapolis Colts – Foley Fatukasi – DT – UConn

141. Seattle Seahawks (from Houston Texans) – Joseph Noteboom – OT – TCU

142. Washington Redskins (from Denver Broncos) – Kyzir White – S – West Virginia

143. San Francisco 49ers (from New York Jets) – Jaleel Scott – WR – New Mexico State

144. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Christian Sam – LB – Arizona State

145. Chicago Bears – Deon Cain – WR – Clemson

146. Seattle Seahawks (from Oakland Raiders) – Auden Tate – WR – Florida State

147. New Orleans Saints (from Miami Dolphins) – Tegray Scales – LB – Indiana

148. Pittsburgh Steelers (from San Francisco 49ers) – Marcus Allen – S – Penn State

149. Denver Broncos (from Washington Redskins) – James Looney – DL – California

150. Cleveland Browns (from Green Bay Packers) – Jordan Whitehead – S – Pittsburgh

151. Cincinnati Bengals – Justin Jones – DT – N.C. State

152. Arizona Cardinals – Scott Quessennberry – C/OG – UCLA

153. Detroit Lions – Wyatt Teller – OG – Virginia Tech

154. Baltimore Ravens – Desmond Harrison – OT – West Georgia

155. Los Angeles Chargers – Tre’Quan Smith – WR – UCF

156. Seattle Seahawks (from Philadelphia Eagles through Seahawks) – Darrel Williams – RB – LSU

157. New York Jets (from Dallas Cowboys) – Christian Campbell – CB – Penn State

158. Cincinnati Bengals (from Buffalo Bills) – Armani Watts – S – Texas A&M

159. Oakland Raiders (from New England Patriots from Cleveland Browns through Kansas City Chiefs) – Kameron Kelly – S – San Diego State

160. Denver Broncos (from Los Angeles Rams) – J’Mon Moore – WR – Missouri

161. Carolina Panthers – Siran Neal – DB – Jacksonville State

162. Tennessee Titans – Bilal Nichols – DT – Delaware

163. Washington Redskins (from Denver Broncos through Atlanta Falcons) – Micah Kiser – LB – UVA

164. New Orleans Saints – Christopher Herndon IV – TE – Miami

165. Pittsburgh Steelers – Will Dissly – TE – Washington

166. Buffalo Bills (from Jacksonville Jaguars) – Simmie Cobbs – WR – Indiana

167. Minnesota Vikings – Tyquan Lewis – DL – Ohio State

168. Seattle Seahawks (from New England Patriots) – Chase Litton – QB – Marshall

169. Philadelphia Eagles – Geron Christian – OT – Louisville

170. Cincinnati Bengals (Compensatory) – Eddy Pineiro – K – Florida

171. Dallas Cowboys (Compensatory) –  Shaun Dion Hamilton – LB – Alabama

172. Green Bay Packers (Compensatory) – Nick Gates – OT – Nebraska

173. Oakland Raiders (from Dallas Cowboys) (Compensatory) – Skyler Phillips – OG – Idaho State

174. Green Bay Packers (Compensatory) – Trenton Thompson – DL – Georgia

 

2018 NFL Draft Order: Round 6

175. Cleveland Browns – PJ Hall – DL – Sam Houston State

176. Los Angels Rams (from New York Giants) – Korey Robertson – WR – Southern Mississippi

177. Houston Texans – D.J. Reed – CB – Kansas State

178. Indianapolis Colts –  Timon Parris – OT – Stony Brook

179. New York Jets – Daniel Carlson – K – Auburn

180. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Ade Aruna – EDGE – Tulane

181. Chicago Bears – Troy Fumagalli – TE – Wisconsin

182. Arizona Cardinals (from Denver Broncos) – Dylan Cantrell – WR – Texas Tech

183. Los Angeles Rams (from Miami Dolphins) – Levi Wallace – CB – Alabama

184. San Francisco 49ers – Leon Jacobs – LB – Wisconsin

185. Oakland Raiders – Nick Nelson – CB – Wisconsin

186. Green Bay Packers – Durham Smythe – TE – Notre Dame

187. Buffalo Bills (from Cincinnati Bengals) – Damon Webb – S – Ohio State

188. Cleveland Browns (from Washington Redskins) – Oren Burks – LB – Vanderbilt

189. New Orleans Saints (from Arizona Cardinals) – Mason Cole – OG/C – Michigan

190. Baltimore Ravens – Tony Brown – CB – Alabama

191. Los Angeles Chargers – Kendrick Norton – DL – Miami

192. New York Jets (Dallas Cowboys) (from Oakland Raiders through Seattle Seahawks) – Will Clapp – OG – LSU

193. Dallas Cowboys – Daurice Fountain – WR – Northern Iowa

194. Los Angeles Rams (from Detroit Lions) – Trevon Young – EDGE – Louisville

195. Los Angeles Rams (from Buffalo Bills) – Jordan Lasley – WR – UCLA

196. Kansas City Chiefs – Keke Coutee – WR – Texas Tech

197. Carolina Panthers – Trey Quinn – WR – SMU

198. New England Patriots (from Los Angeles Rams) – Tyler Conklin – TE – Central Michigan

199. Tennessee Titans – Jordan Akins – TE – UCF

200. Atlanta Falcons – Nick Bawden – FB – San Diego State

201. New Orleans Saints – Richie James – WR – Middle Tennessee

202. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (from Pittsburgh Steelers) – Ito Smith – Southern Mississippi

203. Jacksonville Jaguars – Michael Dickson – P – Texas

204. Minnesota Vikings – Joel Iyiebunwie – LB – Western Kentucky

205. Washington Redskins (from Cleveland Browns through New England Patriots) – Braxton Berrios – WR – Miami

206. Philadelphia Eagles – Chris Jones – CB – Nebraska

207. Green Bay Packers (Compensatory) – Parry Nickerson – CB – Tulane

208. Dallas Cowboys (Compensatory) Kylie Fitts – EDGE – Utah

209. Miami Dolphins (from Los Angeles Rams through Kansas City Chiefs (Compensatory) – Davin Bellamy – LB – Georgia

210. New England Patriots (from Oakland Raiders) (Compensatory) – Kentavius Street – DL – N.C. State

211. Houston Texans (Compensatory) – Phillip Lindsay – RB – Colorado

212. Oakland Raiders (Compensatory) – Javon Wimms – WR – Georgia

213. Minnesota Vikings (Compensatory) – Dimitri Flowers – FB – Oklahoma

214. Houston Texans (Compensatory) – Jeremy Reaves – S – South Alabama

215. Baltimore Ravens (Compensatory) – Darren Carrington – WR – Utah

216. Oakland Raiders (Compensatory) – Mike McCray – LB – Michigan

217. Oakland Raiders (Compensatory) – Darius Phillips – Western Michigan

218. Minnesota Vikings (Compensatory) – Jamil Demby – OT – Maine

2018 NFL Draft Order: Round 7

219. New England Patriots (from Cleveland Browns) – Greg Stroman – CB – Virginia Tech

220. Pittsburgh Steelers (from New York Giants) – Tray Mathews – S – Auburn

221. Indianapolis Colts – Kenny Young – LB – UCLA

222. Houston Texans – Brian Allen – C – Michigan State

223. San Francisco 49ers (from Miami Dolphins through Tampa Bay Buccaneers) – Taylor Hearn – G – Clemson

224. Chicago Bears – Keishawn Bierra – LB – Washington

225. Minnesota Vikings (from Denver Broncos) – Logan Woodside – QB – Toledo

226. Seattle Seahawks (from New York Jets) – Andre Smith – LB – North Carolina

227. Miami Dolphins (from San Francisco 49ers) – Sean Welsh – OG – Iowa

228. Oakland Raiders – Reggie McKenzie II – DT – Tennessee

229. Miami Dolphins – Troy Apke – S – Penn State

230. Jacksonville Jaguars (Cincinnati Bengals) – Brett Toth – OT – Army

231. Washington Redskins – Godwin Igwebuike – S – Northwestern

232. Green Bay Packers – Joe Ostman – EDGE – Central Michigan

233. Kansas City Chiefs (from Arizona Cardinals) – Austin Golson – OG – Auburn

234. Carolina Panthers (Los Angeles Chargers through Buffalo Bills) – Tre’ Williams – LB – Auburn

235. New York Jets (from Seattle Seahawks) – Chris Worley – LB – Ohio State

236. Dallas Cowboys – Joshua Kalu – S – Nebraska

237. Detroit Lions – Taron Johnson – CB – Weber State

238. Baltimore Ravens – Quandree Henderson – WR – Pittsburgh

239. Green Bay Packers (from Buffalo Bills) – Josh Adams – RB – Notre Dame

240. San Francisco 49ers (Kansas City Chiefs) – Justin Lawler – DL – SMU

241. Washington Redskins (from Los Angeles Rams) – Marcell Frazier – EDGE – Missouri

242. Carolina Panthers – Matt Dickerson – DT – UCLA

243. Kansas City Chiefs (from Tennessee Titans) – Justin Watson – WR – Pennsylvania

244. Atlanta Falcons – Greg Senat – OT – Wagner

245. New Orleans Saints – Azeem Victor – Washington

246. Pittsburgh Steelers – Garret Dooley – LB – Wisconsin

247. Jacksonville Jaguars – J.K. Scott – P – Alabama

248. Seattle Seahawks (from Minnesota Vikings) – Bradley Bozeman – C/OG – Alabama

249. Cincinnati Bengals (from New England Patriots) – Eddy Wilson – DT – Purdue

250. Philadelphia Eagles (from Seattle Seahawks through Eagles, Seahawks and New England Patriots) – Jason Cabinda – LB – Penn State

251. Los Angeles Chargers (Compensatory) – Riley Ferguson – QB – Memphis

252. Cincinnati Bengals (Compensatory) – Marques Valdes-Scantling – WR – USF

253. Cincinnati Bengals (Compensatory) – Michael Badgley – K – Miami

254. Arizona Cardinals (Compensatory) – Michael Joseph – CB – Dubuque

255. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (Compensatory) – Chandon Sullivan – CB – Georgia State

256. Atlanta Falcons (Compensatory) – Austin Allen – QB – Arkansas

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