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Seven-round NFL mock draft: Reid’s predictions for all 262 picks

As we approach two weeks until the start of Round 1 of the 2022 NFL draft (April 28 on ESPN and ABC), teams are putting the finishing touches on their boards, using college tape and data from the all-star game circuit, combine and pro days to help stack prospects. Most pro days have been completed, but USC wide receiver Drake London, who will work out Friday, has a chance to lock in his top-10 status with a great workout.

This draft class is unlike any we’ve seen in recent memory, as there are a record eight teams with multiple first-round picks, including the New York Giants and New York Jets, who each have two in the top 10. As we saw with the Saints-Eagles trade recently, there could be a lot of maneuvering in Round 1, with franchises trying to trade up to get their guy.

Below is my prediction for how all seven rounds will play out later this month, as I projected all 262 picks, which is the most in a draft since 2003. I have write-ups on my picks in the first three rounds, then matched names to teams for the final four rounds. I also picked my favorite prospect-team fits for Rounds 4-7.

Let’s start with the Jacksonville Jaguars at No. 1 and keep going until we finish with the San Francisco 49ers at No. 262. Compensatory picks are denoted with an asterisk.

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Seven-round NFL mock draft: Reid's predictions for all 262 picks

ROUND 1

Seven-round NFL mock draft: Reid's predictions for all 262 picks

Aidan Hutchinson, DE, Michigan

This pick points toward an edge rusher, based on what the Jags have done this offseason. Hutchinson has the ability to pressure quarterbacks from day one; he’s already polished as a pass-rusher. He would give the Jaguars an instant-impact defender.


Seven-round NFL mock draft: Reid's predictions for all 262 picks

Malik Willis, QB, Liberty

As I wrote in my QB mock draft last week, either you love this idea or you’re absolutely against it. Jared Goff is under contract for two more seasons, which would allow the Lions to bring Willis along slowly.

There’s no guarantee that the franchise can position itself next year to be in contention for a top 2023 signal-caller. This is an ideal situation for Willis, as the team is set to have plenty of draft capital to continue to build the roster in the future.


Seven-round NFL mock draft: Reid's predictions for all 262 picks

Evan Neal, OT, Alabama

With arguably the worst roster in the NFL right now, the Texans are in a position to accumulate as much talent at premium positions as possible. Neal is a high-floor player who can play immediately and bolster an offensive line that already includes Laremy Tunsil and Tytus Howard.


Seven-round NFL mock draft: Reid's predictions for all 262 picks

Kayvon Thibodeaux, DE Oregon

The Jets need pass-rushers. Carl Lawson will return after tearing his Achilles in training camp last season, but they need more talent and depth. The franchise hasn’t had a player reach double-digit sacks since Muhammad Wilkerson in 2015.

Pairing Thibodeaux alongside Lawson gives the Jets a formidable tandem moving forward.


Seven-round NFL mock draft: Reid's predictions for all 262 picks

Ikem Ekwonu, OT, NC State

The Giants could have four new starters along the offensive line in 2022. Ekwonu could play right tackle and pair with Andrew Thomas as bookends to build around. He brings physicality and nastiness to a front that sorely lacks that type of attitude, and he’s a consistent player.


Seven-round NFL mock draft: Reid's predictions for all 262 picks

Kenny Pickett, QB, Pitt

The Panthers’ quarterback of the future isn’t on the roster. Of all the signal-callers in this class, Pickett and Desmond Ridder (Cincinnati) are the two most ready to step into an NFL game and produce. With coach Matt Rhule having history with Pickett, this pick makes sense.


Seven-round NFL mock draft: Reid's predictions for all 262 picks

Travon Walker, DE, Georgia

Walker, a hot name in draft circles, is a massive end with unique physical traits. Teams in the top 10 could bank on his upside and potential and take him early, even if he had only 9.5 career sacks.

General manager Joe Schoen, who came from Buffalo, was in a regime that wasn’t afraid of taking risky, high-ceiling prospects, as he played a part in the selections of Josh Allen and Greg Rousseau.


Seven-round NFL mock draft: Reid's predictions for all 262 picks

Kyle Hamilton, S, Notre Dame

The Falcons need talent at nearly every position across the board. General manager Terry Fontenot could focus instead on taking the best prospect available. The 6-foot-4, 220-pound Hamilton brings a tremendous skill set to the defensive backfield. He can be a playmaker and tone-setter for Atlanta.


Seven-round NFL mock draft: Reid's predictions for all 262 picks

Ahmad “Sauce” Gardner, CB, Cincinnati

With plenty of draft capital over the next two years following the Russell Wilson trade, the Seahawks have an opportunity to reshape the roster on both sides of the ball. Gardner fits well into the defensive scheme and has the traits of the prototype they have coveted in previous years.

With the potential to be a lockdown corner, he could land in a situation in which he will be relied upon early.


Seven-round NFL mock draft: Reid's predictions for all 262 picks

Garrett Wilson, WR, Ohio State

General manager Joe Douglas is one of the most tight-lipped executives in the league — basically, pay attention to his actions rather than his quotes. After making an aggressive move for Tyreek Hill, it’s clear that he wants a high-end receiver on the roster. Wilson brings ability reminiscent of Stefon Diggs when he came out of Maryland.


Seven-round NFL mock draft: Reid's predictions for all 262 picks

Drake London, WR, USC

With Carson Wentz in the picture now, the Commanders would be wise to set him up with as many prime targets as possible. Terry McLaurin and Curtis Samuel are on the roster, and London is a 6-foot-4 X receiver who complements both of their skill sets.

He is a big, physical target and underrated route runner, and he reminds me a lot of former Clemson wideout Mike Williams, who was taken in Round 1 by the Chargers in 2017.


Seven-round NFL mock draft: Reid's predictions for all 262 picks

Derek Stingley Jr., CB, LSU

The Vikings still need a corner, even after bringing back Patrick Peterson. Plus, there are already a lot of LSU connections on the roster. Along with Peterson, the Vikings recently hired Darone Jones, the defensive coordinator and defensive backs coach for the Tigers a season ago.

Ability isn’t the question with Stingley — it’s availability. He has missed 13 games over the past two seasons after a standout freshman season in 2019. Minnesota could bet on the traits to overcome the durability concerns and select Stingley here, which is where I see the floor of his draft range.


Seven-round NFL mock draft: Reid's predictions for all 262 picks

Jordan Davis, DT, Georgia

At 6-foot-6, 341 pounds, Davis is a wide-bodied interior defender with unheard-of physical tools at that size. I projected offensive tackle Evan Neal to Houston with its first pick, and general manager Nick Caserio could keep building up the trenches by selecting Davis.

Three-down value will be a big factor for Davis’ draft range, but he has the potential to up his production. His presence impacts the 10 other players on the field with him, even if it doesn’t always show up in the box score.


Seven-round NFL mock draft: Reid's predictions for all 262 picks

Jermaine Johnson II, DE, Florida State

After getting five sacks and three forced fumbles from rookie Odafe Oweh, their first-round pick last year, the Ravens could try to pair him with another edge rusher in Johnson.

He is a ready-made run defender as well as a mature pass-rusher. Johnson is firm at the point of attack and has a determined mentality throughout games and a playing style that would fit well in Baltimore.


Seven-round NFL mock draft: Reid's predictions for all 262 picks

Trent McDuffie, CB, Washington

Time to break the streak for the Eagles? They haven’t drafted a corner in the first round since Lito Sheppard in 2002. McDuffie makes a lot of sense here. Although he doesn’t have the prototypical size (5-foot-11) or length for an outside corner, he plays much bigger than his size.

He is an intense run defender and isn’t afraid to come up to the line of scrimmage and strike ball carriers. He played primarily zone coverage with the Huskies but has potential as a man corner because of his quick feet, patient technique and strong instincts.


Seven-round NFL mock draft: Reid's predictions for all 262 picks

Charles Cross, OT, Mississippi State

Cross is the most polished pass-protector of this class of offensive tackles, but evaluators in the league have mixed opinions about his ceiling. Because of his inexperience as a run-blocker, he projects better to a team that wants to throw the ball heavily.

With Terron Armstead now in Miami, Cross can slide into the left tackle spot as a day one starter in New Orleans.


Seven-round NFL mock draft: Reid's predictions for all 262 picks

Trevor Penning, OT, Northern Iowa

A receiver here could be a possibility, but protecting Justin Herbert is more valuable. After cutting Bryan Bulaga, the only right tackles on the roster are Storm Norton and Foster Sarell.

The Chargers struck gold with left tackle Rashawn Slater in Round 1 last season, and general manager Tom Telesco could get his right tackle of the future in Penning, who brings a tone-setting presence to the line.


Seven-round NFL mock draft: Reid's predictions for all 262 picks

George Karlaftis, DE, Purdue

Karlaftis is a tough defender with plenty of pop in his hands, but he won’t be a fit for every defense. His versatility to play down the line of scrimmage will likely appeal to the Eagles even though his upside might not be as high as that of some of the other edge rushers in this class.

Karlaftis projects as a starter in defensive coordinator Jonathan Gannon’s scheme as a base end.


Seven-round NFL mock draft: Reid's predictions for all 262 picks

Jameson Williams, WR, Alabama

Williams would have been in contention to be the top wide receiver before he tore his ACL in the national title game in January. He has tremendous vertical speed that places stress on defenses.

In need of a wide receiver, the Saints could bet on him overcoming the injury as he said at the combine that the injury will take “five to seven months” to overcome. Pairing Williams with Michael Thomas gives the team a dynamic outside duo.


Seven-round NFL mock draft: Reid's predictions for all 262 picks

Zion Johnson, G, Boston College

Even after adding James Daniels in free agency, the Steelers could continue to add along the offensive line.

There hasn’t been a player who I’ve been more impressed with throughout the pre-draft process than Johnson. With versatility at guard and tackle throughout his career, he gained experience at center during the all-star game circuit and didn’t suffer any type of drop-off. He could compete with free-agent signing Mason Cole for the top center spot.


Seven-round NFL mock draft: Reid's predictions for all 262 picks

Devin Lloyd, LB, Utah

This pick will likely come down to a wide receiver, linebacker or corner. Lloyd is a former safety with easy movement skills and versatility. He was at the center of it all for the Utes’ defense and was able to generate lots of negative plays against opposing offenses.

Lloyd is rangy when scraping over the top while also providing value as a blitzer. He has a game that revolves around speed and instincts and could be an ideal selection for New England.


Seven-round NFL mock draft: Reid's predictions for all 262 picks

Chris Olave, WR, Ohio State

The Packers’ philosophy of waiting until Day 2 to draft wide receivers will be put to the test. They haven’t selected a first-round receiver since Javon Walker in 2002, and general manager Brian Gutekunst could nix the trend as Olave is too tough to pass up.

Olave is a smooth route runner whose strengths align perfectly with what Green Bay wants to execute on offense. He is a dynamic three-level threat who would quickly become a dangerous target with Aaron Rodgers.

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Seven-round NFL mock draft: Reid's predictions for all 262 picks

Devonte Wyatt, DT, Georgia

In need of help along the defensive line as well as at cornerback, the Cardinals have to get players who can create pressure on passers. Wyatt was somewhat of an unsung hero on Georgia’s talented defensive front, and his stock has skyrocketed since the conclusion of the season.

He is an explosive and heavy-handed 3-technique tackle, a true gap penetrator who quickly can pierce the first level of the line. Combining that with a rugged base as a run defender, he fits what the Cardinals are sorely lacking.


Seven-round NFL mock draft: Reid's predictions for all 262 picks

Tyler Linderbaum, C, Iowa

The Cowboys must replace guard Connor Williams and provide competition for center Tyler Biadasz. Linderbaum is a hard-nosed run-blocker who can win by cutting off angles and punishing interior defenders with physicality.

He needs to get stronger to improve his anchor as a pass protector, but he’s a significant upgrade over what Dallas has at left guard now.


Seven-round NFL mock draft: Reid's predictions for all 262 picks

Andrew Booth Jr., CB, Clemson

While Buffalo needs help along the defensive line, it has been hesitant to fill the CB2 spot, with Levi Wallace now with the Steelers and top corner Tre’Davious White recovering from the ACL tear he suffered last November. That leaves the team with a huge hole on the perimeter.

Even though Booth missed the combine after straining his quad and recently had surgery for a sports hernia, his traits, intensity as a run defender and ball skills are too good to pass up. Those are all attributes that general manager Brandon Beane and coach Sean McDermott will love about him.


Seven-round NFL mock draft: Reid's predictions for all 262 picks

Treylon Burks, WR, Arkansas

Burks is a jack-of-all-trades player who can thrive in many roles. After playing everything except offensive line as a sophomore at Arkansas, he gained more experience on the perimeter, showing flashes of his potential if he played solely as a receiver.

Tennessee has the exact type of offensive coordinator Burks will need in order to take advantage of his skill set. The Titans should upgrade the wide receiver room, and Burks has the traits to become a great option with Ryan Tannehill‘s playing style.

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Seven-round NFL mock draft: Reid's predictions for all 262 picks

Kenyon Green, G, Texas A&M

Ali Marpet’s retirement was surprising, but the team quickly moved to acquire Shaq Mason. The Bucs still have a need at the other guard spot, though. At 6-foot-4, 323 pounds, Green is a sturdy option who played all five positions up front during his career with the Aggies.

He has the strength, awareness and physical traits necessary to immediately step into an NFL role.


Seven-round NFL mock draft: Reid's predictions for all 262 picks

Travis Jones, NT, UConn

Jones has helped himself during the pre-draft process more than any other prospect. At 6-foot-4, 325 pounds, he can play 0- or 1-technique with success because of how stout he is against the run while providing juice as a pass-rusher to collapse the pocket.

Whether it’s Gilbert Brown, B.J. Raji, Mike Daniels and now Kenny Clark, historically, the Packers’ defense has been at its best when there is a rock-solid option along the interior. Jones brings that skill set.


Seven-round NFL mock draft: Reid's predictions for all 262 picks

Boye Mafe, DE/OLB, Minnesota

An explosive and bendy edge rusher, Mafe could put his hand in the dirt or stand up as a 3-4 outside linebacker. His ability to shave the cup of the pocket and finish at the quarterback makes his traits appealing to the Chiefs, who are in need of consistent pass-rushers. He is also a strong-handed run defender and is consistent with slamming the door and pinning outside runs back inside.


Seven-round NFL mock draft: Reid's predictions for all 262 picks

Jahan Dotson, WR, Penn State

In search of replacing Tyreek Hill, the Chiefs are likely to do it by committee instead of finding one player who can fully satisfy that role. Dotson has some of Hill’s traits. A precise route runner, he’s creative with a lot of his movements in order to gain separation.

Outside of his 5-foot-11 size, there aren’t a lot of holes to Dotson’s game. Along with Drake London, he has the biggest catch radius of any receiver in this class. It’s routine for him to catch passes well outside of the strike zone and put his body into uncomfortable spots in order to haul in throws.


Seven-round NFL mock draft: Reid's predictions for all 262 picks

Kaiir Elam, CB, Florida

Elam, who has gone under the radar in a loaded defensive back class, is a long and physical corner (6-foot-1, 192 pounds). He has easy movement skills, and teams will covet his length. He also has the ability to fight through the hands of receivers at “the moment of truth.”

Elam projects well into the Bengals’ scheme and would be a great supplement to a defense largely built through free agency. It wouldn’t be surprising if he goes higher than this spot, but landing with the Bengals is an ideal scenario.


Seven-round NFL mock draft: Reid's predictions for all 262 picks

Nakobe Dean, LB, Georgia

At the controls of one of the best defenses in college football history, Dean is a magnetic Energizer bunny who doesn’t stop. The Lions could stick to their board of taking the best prospect available here.

Dean would provide an instant vocal leader on a defense that lacks that quality right now. His physicality and infectious energy make him the exact type of player general manager Brad Holmes and coach Dan Campbell want to continue to build this roster.

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Seven-round NFL mock draft: Reid's predictions for all 262 picks

ROUND 2

Seven-round NFL mock draft: Reid's predictions for all 262 picks

Daxton Hill, S, Michigan

Nickel corners have essentially become starters in the NFL, so think of Hill as a versatile chess piece. He has the ability to play multiple positions. Hill could provide competition to Andrew Wingard at free safety or he can join a talented young cornerback room that already includes Shaquill Griffin, Tyson Campbell and free-agent signing Darious Williams.


Seven-round NFL mock draft: Reid's predictions for all 262 picks

Christian Watson, WR, North Dakota State

Amon-Ra St. Brown, a rookie last season, is on the fast track to being a fourth-round steal, while the Lions recently added DJ Chark Jr. on a one-year deal. Let’s add another target for them, though.

Watson is a 6-foot-4 receiver who could be the X receiver while Brown occupies the slot and Chark plays the Z. Perimeter pass-catchers are near the top of the Lions’ list of holes.


Seven-round NFL mock draft: Reid's predictions for all 262 picks

Jaquan Brisker, S, Penn State

The Jets signed Jordan Whitehead in free agency to fill the free safety role, and Brisker is a versatile safety who can play multiple spots to help the defense.


Seven-round NFL mock draft: Reid's predictions for all 262 picks

Quay Walker, LB, Georgia

In need of more speed on the second level, Walker brings a long, rangy and physical presence that is only scratching the surface of his potential. He was only a one-year starter at Georgia.


Seven-round NFL mock draft: Reid's predictions for all 262 picks

Kyler Gordon, CB, Washington

The Texans have to keep taking the best prospect available. Gordon would add competition in the corner room alongside Lonnie Johnson Jr. and Desmond King II.


Seven-round NFL mock draft: Reid's predictions for all 262 picks

Arnold Ebiketie, DE/OLB, Penn State

I projected the Jets to take Kayvon Thibodeaux in Round 1, and they could double up here. Ebiketie is a weakside end who could help as a pass-rusher early and be insurance in case Carl Lawson doesn’t return to form.


Seven-round NFL mock draft: Reid's predictions for all 262 picks

Tyler Smith, OT, Tulsa

A physical but raw blocker, Smith would bring more depth to an offensive front that lacks young talent. The Bears need to protect quarterback Justin Fields.


Seven-round NFL mock draft: Reid's predictions for all 262 picks

Matt Corral, QB, Ole Miss

The Seahawks could take a chance on Corral here as a replacement for Russell Wilson. Corral is a fast processor with a lightning-quick release and quick feet. They could get a steal here.


Seven-round NFL mock draft: Reid's predictions for all 262 picks

Drake Jackson, DE/OLB, USC

With their second of two second-round selections, the Seahawks could take Jackson to provide help off the edge. He’s a quick-footed and long rusher who fits this scheme.


Seven-round NFL mock draft: Reid's predictions for all 262 picks

Desmond Ridder, QB, Cincinnati

The Colts have a few holes on their roster, so this could be a luxury pick to try to find the long-term successor to Matt Ryan. Still, the value is simply too good here to pass up.


Seven-round NFL mock draft: Reid's predictions for all 262 picks

DeMarvin Leal, DL, Texas A&M

Leal’s skill set and inside-out versatility make him an ideal fit in Dean Pees’ 3-4 defensive front. The Falcons must get bigger bodies along the D-line.


Seven-round NFL mock draft: Reid's predictions for all 262 picks

Perrion Winfrey, IDL, Oklahoma

Winfrey, who has helped himself throughout the pre-draft process, satisfies the Browns’ prospect thresholds and fits a hole in the middle of the defense.


Seven-round NFL mock draft: Reid's predictions for all 262 picks

Tariq Woolen, CB, UTSA

The 6-foot-4 Woolen is one of the most physically gifted corners we’ve seen in the past decade. In need of depth on the perimeter, the Ravens could take a liking to him as a developmental player behind Marlon Humphrey, Marcus Peters and Iman Marshall.


Seven-round NFL mock draft: Reid's predictions for all 262 picks

Jalen Pitre, S, Baylor

Pitre is a do-it-all chess piece in the secondary. I projected Derek Stingley Jr. to Minnesota in Round 1, and he and Pitre could help replenish this defense. Pitre is a playmaker with great size and speed.


Seven-round NFL mock draft: Reid's predictions for all 262 picks

Sam Howell, QB, North Carolina

The Commanders could look to give themselves a security blanket in case Carson Wentz doesn’t play well. Howell would be a welcome addition to a team searching for a long-term answer under center.


Seven-round NFL mock draft: Reid's predictions for all 262 picks

Skyy Moore, WR, Western Michigan

The Bears have patchworked the roster with calculated additions, but wide receiver is one spot they could aggressively attack in the draft. Moore is a compactly built wideout who has plenty of range as a pass-catcher.


Seven-round NFL mock draft: Reid's predictions for all 262 picks

Lewis Cine, S, Georgia

The Saints are in search of a Marcus Williams replacement, and Cine brings a lot of similar qualities as a single-high center fielder.

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Seven-round NFL mock draft: Reid's predictions for all 262 picks

David Ojabo, DE/OLB, Michigan

After he was projected as a potential top-20 pick prior to his torn Achilles last month, Ojabo’s slide could end here. The Chiefs could take multiple pass-rushers with their six picks in the first three rounds.


Seven-round NFL mock draft: Reid's predictions for all 262 picks

Christian Harris, LB, Alabama

General manager Howie Roseman is notorious for devaluing the second level of the defense, but Harris provides a lot of value for a team that desperately needs help at off-ball linebacker.


Seven-round NFL mock draft: Reid's predictions for all 262 picks

Phidarian Mathis, IDL, Alabama

With his body type (6-foot-4, 310 pounds), strength at the point of attack and pass-rush improvement during his senior season, Mathis checks the boxes of the qualities the Steelers search for in defensive linemen.


Seven-round NFL mock draft: Reid's predictions for all 262 picks

George Pickens, WR, Georgia

The Packers are strict about their thresholds in the early rounds, but the 6-foot-3 Pickens has a lot of the prerequisites the team has looked for when drafting other receivers. Green Bay has to get a boundary receiver, and Pickens has some high-end traits.


Seven-round NFL mock draft: Reid's predictions for all 262 picks

John Metchie III, WR, Alabama

We know the Patriots like to draft Alabama players, and Metchie has familiarity with former teammate Mac Jones. Metchie, who tore his ACL in the SEC title game in December, brings traits that make him a high-quality No. 2 WR on the next level.


Seven-round NFL mock draft: Reid's predictions for all 262 picks

Roger McCreary, CB, Auburn

McCreary is only 5-foot-11, and his overall length could push him to the slot full-time. Still, size hasn’t been a factor for defensive backs the Cardinals have drafted in previous years. They could add him to a secondary that must continue to add young depth.


Seven-round NFL mock draft: Reid's predictions for all 262 picks

Jalen Tolbert, WR, South Alabama

Amari Cooper is now in Cleveland, and Michael Gallup could miss time early in the season because of his ACL injury, so the Cowboys have to think about wideout. Tolbert has a great overall skill set that translates well to the next level.


Seven-round NFL mock draft: Reid's predictions for all 262 picks

Breece Hall, RB, Iowa State

In search of a 1A type of rusher, the Bills could look to Hall, a young and versatile back who can be a three-down player for a team that has lacked consistency in the backfield and in the running game.


Seven-round NFL mock draft: Reid's predictions for all 262 picks

Jamaree Salyer, OL, Georgia

Salyer is a solid option who has played all five positions up front. For a team simply trying to add talent, he could be a plug-and-play option at any interior spot.


Seven-round NFL mock draft: Reid's predictions for all 262 picks

Trey McBride, TE, Colorado State

There are many directions the franchise could go here, but I’ll project the best prospect available. McBride is an F tight end Green Bay could use from multiple platforms in the passing game.


Seven-round NFL mock draft: Reid's predictions for all 262 picks

Logan Hall, IDL, Houston

Without many holes on the roster, the Bucs could take Hall, a scheme-versatile interior defender. He had six sacks last season, mostly coming from the 3-technique position.


Seven-round NFL mock draft: Reid's predictions for all 262 picks

Cam Jurgens, C, Nebraska

Write this one in pen for one of my favorite team-player fits. Jurgens’ gap-to-gap style is a perfect fit in Kyle Shanahan’s scheme. For a team searching for interior help and a young center, he could turn into a contributor quickly here.


Seven-round NFL mock draft: Reid's predictions for all 262 picks

Martin Emerson, CB, Mississippi State

Emerson’s stock has been quiet, but the 6-foot-2 corner put up good numbers last season, The Chiefs like size on the outside based on general manager Brett Veach’s past draft class, so he could be a Day 2 option.


Seven-round NFL mock draft: Reid's predictions for all 262 picks

Jelani Woods, TE, Virginia

Woods has skyrocketed up draft boards because of his stellar measurables and testing numbers. He is raw but has a high ceiling. The Bengals lost C.J. Uzomah in free agency and have a hole at tight end.


Seven-round NFL mock draft: Reid's predictions for all 262 picks

Bernhard Raimann, OT, Central Michigan

There’s a chance Raimann goes much high than here, but I see him more as a Day 2 pick. In this situation, he’d get a chance to compete immediately at right tackle.

Seven-round NFL mock draft: Reid's predictions for all 262 picks

ROUND 3

Seven-round NFL mock draft: Reid's predictions for all 262 picks

Dylan Parham, C, Memphis

After the retirement of Brandon Linder, the Jaguars have a hole at center. Parham could step in right away and compete to start.


Seven-round NFL mock draft: Reid's predictions for all 262 picks

Cameron Thomas, DE, San Diego State

Thomas was one of the most disruptive defensive players in the country last season (27 tackles for loss). He has the skill set that will pique the interest of the Lions’ front office.


Seven-round NFL mock draft: Reid's predictions for all 262 picks

Greg Dulcich, TE, UCLA

Evan Engram is now gone, and the team released Kyle Rudolph this offseason. Dulcich could play a major tight end role in a position that has lacked consistency for the Giants over the past few seasons.


Seven-round NFL mock draft: Reid's predictions for all 262 picks

Kenneth Walker III, RB, Michigan State

With 11 picks in the draft, the Texans should stockpile talent, and this is a pick for the best prospect left on the board. Walker is a stocky rusher and natural tackle-breaker — he forced 85 missed tackles last season — who would add some playmaking in the backfield behind quarterback Davis Mills.

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Seven-round NFL mock draft: Reid's predictions for all 262 picks

Sean Rhyan, OT, UCLA

The Jets could keep building up the trenches with Rhyan an option at guard or tackle. Mekhi Becton’s situation is still working itself out and George Fant is entering a contract year, which means Rhyan could serve as future insurance.


Seven-round NFL mock draft: Reid's predictions for all 262 picks

Channing Tindall, LB, Georgia

He was one of the unsung heroes of Georgia’s tenacious defense, and many scouts believe Tindall’s best football is ahead of him. He never started a game in college. The 230-pound linebacker ran a 4.47 40 at the combine.


Seven-round NFL mock draft: Reid's predictions for all 262 picks

Ed Ingram, IOL, LSU

I gave the Bears Tyler Smith in Round 2, so let’s add some more O-line help. Ingram is one of the best versatile midround options in this class.


Seven-round NFL mock draft: Reid's predictions for all 262 picks

Darian Kinnard, OL, Kentucky

The Seahawks could use help at offensive tackle, and the 6-foot-5, 322-pound Kinnard is a perfect fit in the team’s downhill running scheme. There are mixed opinions in the NFL on his best position — he could move inside to guard — but he is extremely strong at the point of attack.


Seven-round NFL mock draft: Reid's predictions for all 262 picks

Abraham Lucas, OT, Washington State

An experienced and nimble lineman, Lucas has the ability to play either tackle spot. He’s a ready-made pass-protector who shows promise as a run-blocker.


Seven-round NFL mock draft: Reid's predictions for all 262 picks

Calvin Austin III, WR, Memphis

There’s a strong case to be made that wide receiver is the Falcons’ No. 1 hole. Austin is only 5-foot-8, but he brings a vertical dynamic and speed that few can match on the field. He ran a 4.32 40 at the combine.


Seven-round NFL mock draft: Reid's predictions for all 262 picks

Chad Muma, LB, Wyoming

Even though the Broncos brought back Josey Jewell and signed Alex Singleton to a one-year deal, that shouldn’t stop general manager George Paton from finding depth at the second level. Muma is an instinctive linebacker who is a ball-location magnet against the run. He had 125 tackles last season.


Seven-round NFL mock draft: Reid's predictions for all 262 picks

Rasheed Walker, OT, Penn State

After signing Morgan Moses, the Ravens still need developmental depth. Walker makes sense, as he has spurts of positive play, but his technique leaves him still far away from being ready to step in and play meaningful snaps.


Seven-round NFL mock draft: Reid's predictions for all 262 picks

Josh Paschal, DL, Kentucky

Paschal’s versatility as a base end in a 3-4 defense makes him an ideal prospect in Minnesota’s new scheme. His lower-half strength, hand maturity and penetrating ability could make him an early contributor in Ed Donatell’s defense.


Seven-round NFL mock draft: Reid's predictions for all 262 picks

Alec Pierce, WR, Cincinnati

Pierce could get to stay in-state in this scenario, as the 6-foot-3 wideout would meet the physical requirements of what the Browns look for in prospects.


Seven-round NFL mock draft: Reid's predictions for all 262 picks

Leo Chenal, LB, Wisconsin

Chenal, who had 22 tackles for loss last season, impressed at the combine with his testing numbers at 6-foot-3, 250 pounds. He’s a spark plug against the run. For a team that struggled mightily in that area a season ago, his intensity could make them better.


Seven-round NFL mock draft: Reid's predictions for all 262 picks

Khalil Shakir, WR, Boise State

Shakir has quietly had an impressive pre-draft process. From the Senior Bowl to the combine, he has proved to be one of the most consistent wideouts in this class. He’s the type of prospect Houston should covet.


Seven-round NFL mock draft: Reid's predictions for all 262 picks

Kerby Joseph, S, Illinois

With only two safeties on the roster entering the draft, it’s clear the Giants could use a running mate alongside Xavier McKinney. Joseph, an ascending prospect who is only beginning to hit his stride, would complement McKinney’s skill set.


Seven-round NFL mock draft: Reid's predictions for all 262 picks

Isaiah Spiller, RB, Texas A&M

With Cordarrelle Patterson re-signing with the team on a one-year deal, the Falcons could still be in search of a younger, cost-controlled option. Spiller would be a great value pick at this point in the draft.

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Seven-round NFL mock draft: Reid's predictions for all 262 picks

Wan’Dale Robinson, WR, Kentucky

Robinson had a magical season for the Wildcats after transferring from Nebraska. At 5-foot-8, 178 pounds, he could line up all over the offense. With a creative offensive mind like Nick Sirianni, his skill set could flourish.


Seven-round NFL mock draft: Reid's predictions for all 262 picks

Daniel Faalele, OT, Minnesota

The Steelers should continue their offensive line overhaul, and the 6-foot-8, 384-pound Faalele could compete at right tackle after some time adjusting to the NFL. With Dan Moore Jr. and newly re-signed Chukwuma Okorafor manning the starting tackle spots, he could be brought along slowly as a development option.


Seven-round NFL mock draft: Reid's predictions for all 262 picks

Jalyn Armour-Davis, CB, Alabama

Let’s continue with the Alabama-New England pipeline, as Armour-Davis would be a fit in the Patriots’ scheme. He also has value as a core-four special-teams player, which he did during his first few seasons with the Crimson Tide before becoming a starter last season.


Seven-round NFL mock draft: Reid's predictions for all 262 picks

Matthew Butler, IDL, Tennessee

The Raiders have to get some help in the trenches, and Butler is an explosive interior defender with a quick first step.


Seven-round NFL mock draft: Reid's predictions for all 262 picks

Kingsley Enagbare, DE/OLB, South Carolina

A strong edge setter with the versatility to kick inside on passing downs, Enagbare has the strength levels necessary to see playing time early in his career.


Seven-round NFL mock draft: Reid's predictions for all 262 picks

DeAngelo Malone, DE/OLB, Western Kentucky

Malone is one of the most disruptive and flexible edge rushers in this class. He’s a natural pass-rusher but will need to get stronger against the run. He has the potential to eventually be a Randy Gregory replacement if he can continue to add more weight to his 6-foot-3, 243-pound frame.


Seven-round NFL mock draft: Reid's predictions for all 262 picks

Marquis Hayes, IOL, Oklahoma

Hayes is a strong interior lineman who must clean up his technique to be a starter in the NFL. He wouldn’t be asked to start immediately for the Bills, but he could be a solid utility developmental prospect.


Seven-round NFL mock draft: Reid's predictions for all 262 picks

Nicholas Petit-Frere, OT, Ohio State

The Titans lack depth at offensive tackle, and Petit-Frere has starter-level traits that could be unlocked.


Seven-round NFL mock draft: Reid's predictions for all 262 picks

Cam Taylor-Britt, CB, Nebraska

Taylor-Britt, who has six interceptions over the past three seasons, is always around the ball. He’s tough and physical against the run and comes downhill with conviction. With Jamel Dean and Sean Murphy-Bunting entering contract years, Taylor-Britt is a future option at the position.


Seven-round NFL mock draft: Reid's predictions for all 262 picks

Alex Wright, EDGE, UAB

At 6-foot-5, 271 pounds, Wright is an edge rusher with upside who could play a specific role for Green Bay. He has flown under the radar during the pre-draft process, but don’t count out him playing early and often as a rookie.


Seven-round NFL mock draft: Reid's predictions for all 262 picks

Nick Cross, S, Maryland

The 49ers are in need of help on the back end, and Cross is an underrated prospect in a loaded safety class. As a traditional single-high, high-post safety, he provides a unique presence on the third level.


Seven-round NFL mock draft: Reid's predictions for all 262 picks

Troy Andersen, LB, Montana State

After striking gold with Nick Bolton in the second round a year ago, the Chiefs could keep upgrading the speed on the second level, as Andersen is an instinctive and rangy linebacker. He ran a 4.42 40 at the combine while weighing 243 pounds.


Seven-round NFL mock draft: Reid's predictions for all 262 picks

Max Mitchell, OT, Louisiana Lafayette

The Bengals have rebuilt their offensive line this offseason but now need depth there. Mitchell could serve as the swing tackle behind La’el Collins and Jonah Williams.


Seven-round NFL mock draft: Reid's predictions for all 262 picks

Nik Bonitto, DE/OLB, Oklahoma

The Broncos could get a steal in Bonitto, who could develop into an asset off the edge in a multiple-front defense.


Seven-round NFL mock draft: Reid's predictions for all 262 picks

David Bell, WR, Purdue

Bell didn’t test nearly as well as some thought he would at the combine, but the Lions could still take a chance here. They need pass-catchers to overhaul their offense. He has some Quintez Cephus to his game.


Seven-round NFL mock draft: Reid's predictions for all 262 picks

Carson Strong, QB, Nevada

With Jameis Winston and Andy Dalton already established in the New Orleans quarterback room, the Saints could still look at a mid-to-late-round option. Considering that they have a pass-happy offense, Strong’s traits align well.

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Seven-round NFL mock draft: Reid's predictions for all 262 picks

Myjai Sanders, DE/OLB, Cincinnati

Finding help for Myles Garrett should be a point of emphasis for general manager Andrew Berry. Sanders is a long and explosive defender who plays the game with determination and effort off the edge. At 6-foot-5, 228 pounds, he needs to add some strength to become an every-down player.


Seven-round NFL mock draft: Reid's predictions for all 262 picks

Zach Carter, DL, Florida

A stout and consistent player at the point of attack, Carter is a 3-4 base end who is ready to play early as a run defender. If he becomes a more consistent pass-rusher, he could be a starter. He fits well in the Ravens’ odd defensive front.


Seven-round NFL mock draft: Reid's predictions for all 262 picks

Bryan Cook, S, Cincinnati

After I projected the Eagles to add Trent McDuffie in the first round, here’s another defensive back for them.

The muscle of the Bearcats’ secondary, Cook is a physical safety who changes the outlook of a team’s run defense from the first day he’s on the field. He also has value in coverage in split-safety looks, which is what Philadelphia specializes in under defensive coordinator Jonathan Gannon.


Seven-round NFL mock draft: Reid's predictions for all 262 picks

James Cook, RB, Georgia

After adding Tyreek Hill last month, the Dolphins now have one of the fastest offenses in the league, as Hill and Jaylen Waddle can fly. Even though they recently signed Chase Edmonds and Raheem Mostert, Cook makes sense as insurance.


Seven-round NFL mock draft: Reid's predictions for all 262 picks

Isaiah Likely, TE, Coastal Carolina

The Chiefs have the most picks in this draft (12), and this would be a selection to create competition, not address a hole. The No. 2 tight end spot is up for grabs as Likely could compete with Noah Gray.


Seven-round NFL mock draft: Reid's predictions for all 262 picks

Cole Strange, C, UT Chattanooga

A perfect fit in the Rams’ zone scheme, Strange played mostly guard during his career but looked good during his first stint at center during the week of practices at the Senior Bowl. His strength at the point of attack is underrated, and he has the quick feet to develop into a starter.


Seven-round NFL mock draft: Reid's predictions for all 262 picks

Marcus Jones, CB, Houston

Primarily a nickel corner on the next level, Jones was a touchdown waiting to happen in college. Whether it was as a return specialist or creating turnovers, good things seemed to always occur when he was around the football. The 49ers should create some competition at the nickel spot, and Jones is a serviceable option with the potential to make an impact defensively and on special teams.

Seven-round NFL mock draft: Reid's predictions for all 262 picks

ROUND 4

106. Jacksonville Jaguars: Justyn Ross, WR, Clemson
107. Houston Texans (via CLE/DET): Tyreke Smith, DE, Ohio State
108. Houston Texans: Verone McKinley III, S, Oregon
109. Seattle Seahawks (via NYJ): Brandon Smith, LB, Penn State
110. Baltimore Ravens (via NYG): Darrian Beavers, LB, Cincinnati
111. New York Jets (via CAR): Jerome Ford, RB, Cincinnati
112. New York Giants (via CHI): Luke Fortner, C, Kentucky
113. Washington Commanders: Coby Bryant, CB, Cincinnati
114. Atlanta Falcons: Christopher Allen, EDGE, Alabama
115. Denver Broncos: Joshua Williams, CB, Fayetteville State
116. Denver Broncos (via SEA): Tyler Allgeier, RB, BYU
117. New York Jets (via MIN): Otito Ogbonnia, DT, UCLA
118. Cleveland Browns: Brian Asamoah, LB, Oklahoma
119. Baltimore Ravens: Jesse Luketa, EDGE, Penn State
120. New Orleans Saints: Jeremy Ruckert, TE, Ohio State
121. Kansas City Chiefs (via MIA): JT Woods, S, Baylor
122. Indianapolis Colts: Romeo Doubs, WR, Nevada
123. Los Angeles Chargers: Haskell Garrett, DT, Ohio State
124. Philadelphia Eagles: Zyon McCollum, CB, Sam Houston State
125. Miami Dolphins (via PIT): Dohnovan West, C, Arizona State
126. Las Vegas Raiders: Mario Goodrich, CB, Clemson
127. New England Patriots: Joshua Ezeudu, OT, North Carolina
128. Baltimore Ravens (via ARI): Kevin Austin Jr., WR, Notre Dame
129. Dallas Cowboys: Markquese Bell, S, Florida A&M
130. Buffalo Bills: Kyle Philips, WR, UCLA
131. Tennessee Titans: Chigoziem Okonkwo, TE, Maryland
132. Green Bay Packers: Kellen Diesch, OT, Arizona State
133. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Malcolm Rodriguez, LB, Oklahoma State
134. San Francisco 49ers: Thomas Booker, DT, Stanford
135. Kansas City Chiefs: Pierre Strong Jr., RB, South Dakota State
136. Cincinnati Bengals: Eric Johnson, DT, Missouri State
137. Carolina Panthers (via LAR/HOU): Thayer Munford, OT, Ohio State
138. Pittsburgh Steelers*: Tyquan Thornton, WR, Baylor
139. Baltimore Ravens*: Sam Williams, EDGE, Ole Miss
140. Green Bay Packers*: Leon O’Neal Jr., S, Texas A&M
141. Baltimore Ravens*: Damone Clark, LB, LSU
142. Los Angeles Rams*: Alec Lindstrom, C, Boston College
143. Tennessee Titans*: Bailey Zappe, QB, Western Kentucky

My favorite prospect-team fit in Round 4: WR Justyn Ross to the Jaguars (106). The 6-foot-4 former Clemson star knows quarterback Trevor Lawrence well and could be a high-upside outside target. The problem is durability, as Ross had surgery on his foot and for a congenital fusion in his spine over the past two years. He had 46 catches for 514 yards and three scores last season.

Seven-round NFL mock draft: Reid's predictions for all 262 picks

ROUND 5

144. Carolina Panthers (via JAX): Dominique Robinson, EDGE, Miami (OH)
145. Denver Broncos (via DET/DEN): Alontae Taylor, CB/S, Tennessee
146. New York Jets: Mykael Wright, CB, Oregon
147. New York Giants: Rachaad White, RB, Arizona State
148. Chicago Bears (via HOU): Neil Farrell Jr., DT, LSU
149. Carolina Panthers: Tyrese Robinson, G, Oklahoma
150. Chicago Bears: Decobie Durant, CB, South Carolina State
151. Atlanta Falcons: Micheal Clemons, EDGE, Texas A&M
152. Denver Broncos: Yusuf Corker, S, Kentucky
153. Seattle Seahawks: Percy Butler, S, Louisiana
154. Philadelphia Eagles (via WSH): Amare Barno, EDGE, Virginia Tech
155. Dallas Cowboys (via CLE): Cade Otton, TE, Washington
156. Minnesota Vikings (via BAL): Dawson Deaton, C, Texas Tech
157. Jacksonville Jaguars (via MIN): Hassan Haskins, RB, Michigan
158. New England Patriots (via MIA): Sterling Weatherford, S, Miami (OH)
159. Indianapolis Colts: Charlie Kolar, TE, Iowa State
160. Los Angeles Chargers: Tariq Castro-Fields, CB, Penn State
161. New Orleans Saints: Jake Ferguson, TE, Wisconsin
162. Philadelphia Eagles: Brian Robinson Jr., RB, Alabama
163. New York Jets (via PIT): Zamir White, RB, Georgia
164. Las Vegas Raiders (via NE): Spencer Burford, OT, UTSA
165. Las Vegas Raiders: Ben Brown, G, Ole Miss
166. Philadelphia Eagles (via ARI): Cade Mays, G, Tennessee
167. Dallas Cowboys: Terrel Bernard, LB, Baylor
168. Buffalo Bills: Matt Araiza, P, San Diego State
169. Tennessee Titans: Dameon Pierce, RB, Florida
170. New England Patriots (via TB): Daniel Bellinger, TE, San Diego State
171. Green Bay Packers: Zach Tom, OL, Wake Forest
172. San Francisco 49ers: Tyler Badie, RB, Missouri
173. New York Giants (KC/BAL): Velus Jones Jr., WR, Tennessee
174. Cincinnati Bengals: Micah McFadden, LB, Indiana
175. Los Angeles Rams: Jeffrey Gunter, EDGE, Coastal Carolina
176. Dallas Cowboys*: Jayden Peevy, DL, Texas A&M
177. Detroit Lions*: JoJo Domann, S, Nebraska
178. Dallas Cowboys*: Luke Goedeke, OT, Central Michigan
179. Indianapolis Colts*: Damarri Mathis, CB, Pittsburgh

My favorite prospect-team fit in Round 5: RB Zamir White to the Jets (163). One of the draft priorities for general manager Joe Douglas should be to find a running mate to play with Michael Carter. White is a tough and explosive runner who complements the versatile skill set of Carter. He had 22 rushing touchdowns over the past two seasons.

Seven-round NFL mock draft: Reid's predictions for all 262 picks

ROUND 6

180. Jacksonville Jaguars: Grant Calcaterra, TE, SMU
181. Detroit Lions: Josh Thompson, CB, Texas
182. New York Giants: Isaiah Thomas, DE, Oklahoma
183. Houston Texans: Ja’Tyre Carter, G, Southern
184. Minnesota Vikings (via NYJ): Danny Gray, WR, SMU
185. Buffalo Bills (via CAR): Matt Waletzko, OT, North Dakota
186. Chicago Bears: Erik Ezukanma, WR, Texas Tech
187. San Francisco 49ers (via DEN): Bo Melton, WR, Rutgers
188. Jacksonville Jaguars (via SEA): Eyioma Uwazurike, DT, Iowa State
189. Washington Commanders: Braxton Jones, OT, Southern Utah
190. Atlanta Falcons: Dontario Drummond, WR, Ole Miss
191. Minnesota Vikings (via BAL/KC): Cole Turner, TE, Nevada
192. Minnesota Vikings: Jack Jones, CB, Arizona State
193. Dallas Cowboys (via CLE): Cameron Dicker, K, Texas
194. New Orleans Saints (via IND/PHI): John Ridgeway, DT, Arkansas
195. Los Angeles Chargers: Noah Elliss, IDL, Idaho
196. Baltimore Ravens (via MIA): Lecitus Smith, G, Virginia Tech
197. Jacksonville Jaguars (via PHI): Cordell Volson, OT, North Dakota State
198. Jacksonville Jaguars (via PIT): Jaylen Watson, CB, Washington State
199. Carolina Panthers (via LV): Akayleb Evans, CB/S, Missouri
200. New England Patriots: Esezi Otomewo, DE, Minnesota
201. Arizona Cardinals: Kyren Williams, RB, Notre Dame
202. Cleveland Browns (via DAL): Cade York, K, LSU
203. Buffalo Bills: Emeka Emezie, WR, North Carolina State
204. Tennessee Titans: Chris Paul, OT/G, Tulsa
205. Houston Texans (via GB): Derion Kendrick, CB, Georgia
206. Denver Broncos (via TB/NYJ/PHI): Jean Delance, OT, Florida
207. Houston Texans (via SF/NYJ): Tay Martin, WR, Oklahoma State
208. Pittsburgh Steelers (via KC): Ellis Brooks, LB, Penn State
209. Cincinnati Bengals: Matt Henningsen, EDGE, Wisconsin
210. New England Patriots (via LAR): Jaivon Heiligh, WR, Coastal Carolina
211. Los Angeles Rams*: Jack Coan, QB, Notre Dame
212. Los Angeles Rams*: Ty Chandler, RB, North Carolina
213. Atlanta Falcons*: Kalon Barnes, CB, Baylor
214. Los Angeles Chargers*: Lucas Krull, TE, Pittsburgh
215. Arizona Cardinals*: Justin Shaffer, G, Georgia
216. Indianapolis Colts*: Jequez Ezzard, WR, Sam Houston State
217. Detroit Lions*: D’Marco Jackson, LB, Appalachian State
218. Los Angeles Rams*: Jordan Stout, P, Penn State
219. Tennessee Titans*: Jeremiah Hall, FB, Oklahoma
220. San Francisco 49ers*: David Anenih, EDGE, Houston
221. San Francisco 49ers*: Ryan Van Demark, OT, UConn

My favorite prospect-team fit in Round 6: CB Jack Jones to the Vikings (192). For a team in search of help at nickel corner, Jones is a perfect match for the Vikings. He’s an aggressive tackler who has polished technique in the slot. He had three picks and three forced fumbles last season.

Seven-round NFL mock draft: Reid's predictions for all 262 picks

ROUND 7

222. Jacksonville Jaguars: Obinna Eze, OT, TCU
223. Cleveland Browns (via DET): T.J. Pledger, RB, Utah
224. Miami Dolphins (via HOU/NE/BAL): James Empey, C, BYU
225. Pittsburgh Steelers (via NYJ): Myron Tagovailoa-Amosa, EDGE, Notre Dame
226. Cincinnati Bengals (via NYG): Isaih Pacheco, RB, Rutgers
227. Las Vegas Raiders (via CAR): EJ Perry, QB, Brown
228. Green Bay Packers (via CHI/HOU): D.J. Davidson, DT, Arizona State
229. Seattle Seahawks: Ali Fayad, EDGE, Western Michigan
230. Washington Commanders: Derrick Deese Jr., TE, San Jose State
231. Buffalo Bills (via ATL): Cole Kelley, QB, Southeastern Louisiana
232. Denver Broncos: Dane Belton, S, Iowa
233. Kansas City Chiefs (via MIN): Delarrin Turner-Yell, S, Oklahoma
234. Detroit Lions (via CLE): Chase Lucas, CB, Arizona State
235. Jacksonville Jaguars (via BAL): Josh Johnson, WR, Tulsa
236. Los Angeles Chargers: Sincere McCormick, RB, UTSA
237. Philadelphia Eagles (via NO): Chris Hinton, DT, Michigan
238. Los Angeles Rams (via MIA): Isaiah Weston, WR, Northern Iowa
239. Indianapolis Colts: Bubba Bolden, S, Miami (FL)
240. Washington Commanders (via PHI/IND): Jason Poe, IOL, Mercer
241. Pittsburgh Steelers: Kyler McMichael, CB, North Carolina
242. Carolina Panthers (via NE/MIA): Kennedy Brooks, RB, Oklahoma
243. Kansas City Chiefs (via LV/NE): Jeremiah Moon, EDGE, Florida
244. Arizona Cardinals: Kyron Johnson, EDGE, Kansas
245. Houston Texans (via DAL): Connor Heyward, TE/FB, Michigan State
246. Cleveland Browns (via BUF): Samori Toure, WR, Nebraska
247. Miami Dolphins (via TEN): Marquan McCall, NT, Kentucky
248. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Abram Smith, RB, Baylor
249. Green Bay Packers: Smoke Monday, S, Auburn
250. Minnesota Vikings (via SF/DEN): James Houston IV, LB, Jackson State
251. Kansas City Chiefs: Charleston Rambo, WR, Miami (FL)
252. Cincinnati Bengals: Quentin Lake, S, UCLA
253. Los Angeles Rams: Armani Rogers, TE, Ohio
254. Los Angeles Chargers*: Shaun Jolly, CB, Appalachian State
255. Los Angeles Chargers*: Adam Anderson, EDGE, Georgia
256. Arizona Cardinals*: Jalen Wydermyer, TE, Texas A&M
257. Arizona Cardinals*: Zakoby McClain, S, Auburn
258. Green Bay Packers*: Cordale Flott, CB, LSU
259. Kansas City Chiefs*: Josh Jobe, CB, Alabama
260. Los Angeles Chargers*: Montaric Brown, CB, Arkansas
261. Tampa Bay Buccaneers*: Tre Williams, EDGE, Arkansas
262. San Francisco 49ers*: Brock Purdy, QB, Iowa State

My favorite prospect-team fit in Round 7: EDGE Kyron Johnson to the Cardinals (244). He wasn’t invited to the combine, but his Senior Bowl week performance and testing numbers at his pro day made many scouts go back to watch his tape again. At his pro day, he ran an official 4.40 40, had a 39.5-inch vertical and 10-foot broad jump, all at 6-foot-1, 235 pounds. Those are the types of measurables that get picked late in the draft.

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