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2017 NFL mock draft: Live updates for NN community draft, round 6

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The NN mock draft is back, and this year we’re hoping to go seven rounds. We move on to round 6!

Welcome to the Niners Nation 2017 NFL mock draft. We’ve brought together 32 site members to potentially go through a full seven rounds of the 2017 NFL Draft. I say “potentially” because 253 picks is a lot to get through, even with a month remaining until the draft. But, fingers crossed we power through this.

We’re rolling along, and have moved through the fifth round. On to round six, and the 49ers picks at No. 198 and No. 202 overall! I’ve posted the complete draft results at the bottom of the page.

49ers picks so far: 2) FS Malik Hooker, 34) QB DeShone Kizer, 66) WR Zay Jones, 109) WR Amara Darboh, 143) DT Carlos Watkins, 146) OL Aviante Collins, 161) CB Jeremy Cutrer, 198) RB Aaron Jones, 202) LB Jordan Evans

Full pick rationale for prior rounds:

Round 1
Round 2
Round 3
Round 4
Round 5

185. Cleveland Browns - Channing Stribling, CB, Michigan (Davidss)

Stribling has defined strengths and weaknesses. He is a fantastic cover corner in the Richard Sherman type: long, rangy and enough speed. Where he struggles is strength and run support. If he can fix that problem he could turn into a high end starter. Without adding strength he might be out of the league in a year. Browns continue to overall their secondary.

Browns picks so far: Myles Garrett, Mike Williams, Joe Mixon, Patrick Mahomes, Fabian Moreau, Eddie Jackson, Joe Mathis, Vincent Taylor, Delano Hill.

186. Baltimore Ravens - Cethan Carter, FB, Nebraska (RinaldoPurrisimo)

He's got the speed and size to play TE in the NFL but does he have the hands? The Ravens draft him as a TE but will decide in Camp if he can play Fullback. His move blocking is superb for this class and might be the best Fullback prospect in the draft in that regard. Here the Ravens get another starter. So the Ravens, by drafting five possible starters up to this point, have improved every position they've drafted.

187. Jacksonville Jaguars - Nate Gerry, S, Nebraska (riqv)

Gerry is a physical beast who lacks good agility. I don't think he'll contribute much at safety but he will add depth and he has the potential to be a solid contributor on special teams. I can also see him being packaged in on sure running plays.

188. Cleveland Browns - Conor McDermott, OT, UCLA (Davidss)

McDermott is a depth pickup for the loaded Browns offensive line. They are set at everyone position but right tackle. Former first round pick Cam Erving will get the first chance and they used a 3rd pick up on Shon Coleman last year. McDermott gives them another "bullet in the chamber" to compete their offensive line.

Browns picks so far: Myles Garrett, Mike Williams, Joe Mixon, Patrick Mahomes, Fabian Moreau, Eddie Jackson, Joe Mathis, Vincent Taylor, Delano Hill, Channing Stribling.

189. Los Angeles Rams - Kenny Golladay, WR, Northern Illinois (ak4niner)

By drafting Golladay he just became the tallest WR on the Rams. This kid has most of the measurables needed: 6'4", 32" arm length, 9 3/4" hands. Has room to add more muscle and can be a great red-zone target. Has work to do in route-running and other teachable skills. Would be a nice addition for Goff to throw to.

190. Los Angeles Chargers - Speedy Noil, WR, Texas A&M (Blackout52)

191. New York Jets - Pharaoh Brown, TE, Oregon (Rhardin49)

Jets TE spot an extreme weak spot in a generally very weak offensive unit. Brown has relevant size, strength and speed. Has shown flashes, worth a shot in this late round pick.

Others considered: Boulware LB, Ironhead Gallon LB

192. Carolina Panthers - Jermaine Eluemunor, OG, Texas A&M (BryKno)

A tackle we're projecting to move inside to guard, Eluemunor has plenty of strength and a nice big frame at 6'4", 332 lbs. He has the agility to pull or work in zone blocking schemes, as well. A true developmental prospect -- he was a rugby player in England before moving to the US as a teenager, so he lacks some football knowledge. He has all the measurables to potentially be a starter, though we all know the difficulties moving someone from one sport to another can bring to the table. Apparently obscure enough that Fooch didn't even have him listed!

Other players considered: Keionta Davis, DE, Chattanooga (adequate power, great college production, stiff as a board); Johnathan Ford, S, Auburn (good starter in college but probably special teams, at most, in the NFL); KD Cannon, WR, Baylor (very good Playmaker score for this late in the draft; athletic marvel who still needs to learn to, y'know, catch the ball and run routes)

193. Cincinnati Bengals - Grover Stewart, DT, Albany State (Typecast)

When you see his physical measurements of 6'4" 340 lbs, you are probably thinking of a plug-the-hole stop-the-run type of defensive tackle prospect. Throw on the tape and he's surprisingly very athletic. Does a nice job using his length and hands at the point of attack. Seemingly always the first guy to react to the snap. Versatility all across the line and utilized in zone coverage.

Others considered: WR Karel Hamilton, OT Max Rich, QB Jerod Evans, QB Kyle Sloter

194. Philadelphia Eagles - Darius English, DE, South Carolina (ejdrummond)

195. Buffalo Bills - Avery Moss, DE, Youngstown State (O Liner)

Character concerns and very raw and quite one dimensional at the moment. But this is the 6th round, he's talented and a hell of an athlete. McDermott is the right coach for him, he works in his scheme, and going forward, there's starting potential there.

Others considered: Charles Walker, Jon Toth, Cameron Tom

I've picked up OJ Howard, Quincy Wilson, Curtis Samuel, Howard Wilson, Isaiah Ford and Avery Moss, and i have no more picks. Disappointed I couldn't find an RT or Linebacker, but missed out on Elijah Lee and Will Holden in the 5th. Overall, happy that I've improved the Bills roster in some key areas

196. New Orleans Saints - Donnel Pumphrey, RB, San Diego State (Fred Mercury)

197. Arizona Cardinals - Marquez White, CB, Florida State (HarbaughalypseNow)

Long-limbed and aggressive, Marquez White brings some much needed competition to the RCB conversation in Arizona. In 2015, QBs targeting White completed just 32% of passes. While 2016 tape was more OK than great - and his top end speed leaves something to be desired - this is a pretty nice value for Arizona on Day 3.

198. San Francisco 49ers - Aaron Jones, RB, UTEP (Joe Montana is GOAT)

There is a lot to like about his game and his college performance this past year shows it: 229 carries for 1773 rushing yards with 17 touchdowns, along with 28 catches for 233 yards receiving and three receiving scores. A top performer at the combine in his vertical jump, broad jump, 3 cone drill, and both the 20/60 yard shuttle's standing at 5ft 9. He should not be as powerful as he is, he looks to destroy everything in his path and is a good option in the passing game.

199. Minnesota Vikings - TJ Logan, RB, North Carolina (dumpster fire fan)

This pick gives the Vikings a spark on offense. Logan can be the receiving back for the Vikings as well as the new top return man now the Cordarelle Patterson has left in free agency. Bringing in a young compliment to Latavius Murray will help fill the void left by Adrian Peterson.

200. New England Patriots - Matt Milano, LB, Boston College (Mertons_merkin)

201. Washington - Nazair Jones, DE, North Carolina (AzSharksFan)

At this point in the draft my plan is to try and plug holes and get some depth and with Naz I get a legit End to help shore up the run defense. Jones has experience, productivity, and athleticism enough to contribute soon and gives our man Tomsula a legitimate pro talent with which to bludgeon.

202. San Francisco 49ers - Jordan Evans, LB, Oklahoma (Joe Montana is GOAT)

With 4.5 speed, Evans best skill is probably his coverage. He is a sideline to sideline player and as a zone player excels making him perfect for our WILL linebacker. He also is a good pass rusher if he needs to do that and he is a versatile player, as he lined up everywhere from middle linebacker to edge rusher to slot corner. However, he has a lack of physicality leads to completions he’s in position to disrupt, as well as missed tackles; very much an arm tackler who does not keep his feet and deliver a blow through his targets. Luckily we have Bowman who can teach him a thing or two and maybe he can develop into a really good player.

203. Denver Broncos - Elijah Hood, RB, North Carolina (Jonas Lima)

204. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - KD Cannon, WR, Baylor (BayAreaBOI)

With Cannon the Bucs get good speedy reciever. He might become a 4th or 5th WR on the depth chart but if he improves on his route running he could become a decent slot reciever. His comparison from NFL.com is Paul Richardson. That's not bad in the 6th round.

205. Detroit Lions - Tanzel Smart, DT, Tulane (GreatOden’sRaven)

At this point, I need to address the lack of depth in the front 7 for the Lions. Ngata won't play forever and is getting up in years, so he needs someone to spell him. Smart is a very good player but is smallish for his position. Were he 6'4 he would likely be a day 2 pick. The talent is there but he needs to get bigger. While I doubt he is ever a starter, getting rotational depth for a key position in the sixth round is a plus. I see Smart making the team and being part of a rotation on defense.

206. Miami Dolphins - Davon Godchaux, DT, LSU (Camp Frogger)

207. New York Giants - Marquel Lee, LB, Wake Forest (86derps)

In the 5th round the Giants wanted to LB Marquel lee, but went with Carroll Phillips instead. Having Marquel available in the 6th round was then a no brainer. Adding two linebackers will give them competition for any of the starting positions as well as better depth at the position.

If Marquel had not been available I had a DE, OL and a CB on my to select list. I'm not going to say who that was until after my 7th pick so that I don't project who I might select if any of the three fall the far into the 7th. :)

208. Oakland Raiders - De'Veon Smith, RB, Michigan (TryAndCatchVD)

De'Veon Smith isn't a particularly athletic RB, but he's a bigger back who has a 4 year degree in being the bruiser in a running back committee. He was productive enough for his limitations, and should translate well to the NFL as a role player with the patience and durability to complement Christian McCaffrey. According to various, and dubious" sources, he has shown some ability in both the receiving and blocking games.

209. Washington - Jordan Morgan, OG, Kutztown (PA) (AzSharksFan)

I've had this guy on my list for the past few rounds. At this point in the draft he is a really good value although he's not projected to be more than a project for at least a year. He played LT in college and excelled against weaker competition, but got a chance to test himself at the Senior Bowl and was able to hang with the better-known talent there. He projects to be a guard in the NFL but learning a new position and adjusting to the talent level will keep him busy.

210. Seattle Seahawks - Jehu Chesson, WR, Michigan (v3stige)

211. Dallas Cowboys - Charles Walker, DT, Oklahoma (MidnightSpecial)

212. Green Bay Packers - Ezra Robinson, CB, Tennessee State (HashtagMafioso)

Packers could and probably should take a couple corners, and Robinson has all the tools to be a decent NFL cornerback with fairly good height, size, speed, and athleticism

213. Pittsburgh Steelers - Jadar Johnson, S, Clemson (Fenderfreak81)

Again we go secondary in Pittsburgh, and again we are going with the player with the highest ceiling left on my board. Johnson is an athletic guy and he showed good ball skills in his one year starting; five picks and seven more passes defensed. I believe he can develop into a solid starter in this league. He shows below average ability choosing lanes to the ball carrier and sometimes seems confused and out of place, something I personally saw in Tyus Bowser film as well. This is likely in part to due to the fact he's a one year starter.

I think Johnson contributes to the Steelers on special teams this year and provides a talented backup who needs seasoning before I'd trust him. Perhaps he can be a Mike Mitchell replacement someday, or maybe not. In the late sixth you take fliers, and Johnson is a talented but inexperienced flier.

214. Tennessee Titans - Shaquill Griffin, DB, UCF (GSheen)

Quite surprised to see Griffin fell to me. His super athleticism, serious ball skills and great character offer any team an exciting player to work on. 28 passes defended over the last two seasons - 19 of them last season. Griffin allowed zero catches, broke up 5 passes in the Cure Bowl and the Collegiate Bowl combined, just to highlight a few.

Nonetheless, he's still need to be coached up to NFL caliber but his versatility will help him transition to the next level. Primarily played at corner, he also has some safety experience. Mixing in the fact that Griffin performed well as a gunner and jammer on special teams and launched himself in the air to block a field-goal attempt against Tulsa, Griffin has the makings of an instant-impact rookie in some regard for an NFL team right away. I'm confident he'll pan out better than some corners taken before him.

215. Detroit Lions - Dylan Cole, LB, Missouri State (GreatOden’sRaven)

Dylan Cole is a physical freak with decent college production. Hes built like a WWE wrestler, quick and extra hard hitting. Where he lacks is flexibility and football awareness. But he will be a day one starter on special teams and a very solid backup at LB. With his very recent transition to football and small school competition he wont be ready day one to play on Sunday but given a year or so as a special teamer with practice and he could develop into a starter. Its a gamble but this IS round 6.

Detroit so far: SS Jabrill Peppers, EDGE Tim Williams, RB Semaje Perine, OG Nico Siragusa, WR Shelton Gibson, DT Tanzel Smart, LB Dylan Cole

216. Kansas City Chiefs - Artavis Scott, WR, Clemson (JMichael39)

When Williams was busy being double teamed Scott was often the go-to guy and more times than not was a major contributor. He will be expected sooner or later to do the same for the Chiefs.

217. Cincinnati Bengals - Johnathan Ford, CB, Auburn (Typecast)

After moving on from Leon Hall last season, Josh Shaw proved to be inconsistent as a replacement. Bene' Benwikere was brought in to compete for the slot role. Ford was a highly touted safety prospect last offseason, but an inconsistent senior year in coverage has really dropped him this year. Nevertheless, Ford is an athletic prospect with range, ridiculous speed (4.25 lo, 4.38 hi @ pro day), hits/tackles with physicality, and has a very aggressive mindset. His destiny in the league will likely be a slot corner but he can bring depth at free safety, offer immediate impact on special teams as a kick/punt returner, and can be used offensively as a gadget player (was recruited as a RB).

218. Kansas City Chiefs - Kyle Fuller, C, Baylor (JMichael39)

Fuller is a versatile player who can play all three interior line positions.

2017 NN mock draft: Full results

Pick Team User Player Pos School
Pick Team User Player Pos School
13 Arizona Cardinals HarbaughalypseNow DeShaun Watson QB Clemson
45 Arizona Cardinals HarbaughalypseNow Obi Melifonwu S Connecticut
77 Arizona Cardinals HarbaughalypseNow Taylor Moton OL Western Michigan
119 Arizona Cardinals HarbaughalypseNow Rasul Douglas CB West Virginia
157 Arizona Cardinals HarbaughalypseNow Eddie Vanderdoes DT UCLA
179 Arizona Cardinals HarbaughalypseNow Deatrich Wise DE Arkansas
197 Arizona Cardinals HarbaughalypseNow Marquez White CB Florida State
231 Arizona Cardinals HarbaughalypseNow Damien Mama OG USC
31 Atlanta Falcons wiseguy545 Malik McDowell DL Michigan St
63 Atlanta Falcons wiseguy545 Pat Elflein OL Ohio State
95 Atlanta Falcons wiseguy545 Cooper Kupp WR Eastern Washington
136 Atlanta Falcons wiseguy545 Ryan Glasgow DL Michigan
174 Atlanta Falcons wiseguy545 Tedric Thompson S Colorado
249 Atlanta Falcons wiseguy545 Brandon Wilson CB Houston
16 Baltimore Ravens RinaldoPurrisimo Forrest Lamp OG Western Kentucky
47 Baltimore Ravens RinaldoPurrisimo Chidobe Awuzie CB Colorado
74 Baltimore Ravens RinaldoPurrisimo Malachi Dupre WR LSU
78 Baltimore Ravens RinaldoPurrisimo Derek Rivers Edge Youngstown State
122 Baltimore Ravens RinaldoPurrisimo Jamaal Williams RB BYU
159 Baltimore Ravens RinaldoPurrisimo Josh Augusta DT Missouri
186 Baltimore Ravens RinaldoPurrisimo Cethan Carter FB Nebraska
10 Buffalo Bills O Liner O.J. Howard TE Alabama
44 Buffalo Bills O Liner Quincy Wilson CB Florida
75 Buffalo Bills O Liner Curtis Samuel WR Ohio State
156 Buffalo Bills O Liner Howard Wilson CB Houston
171 Buffalo Bills O Liner Isaiah Ford WR Virginia Tech
195 Buffalo Bills O Liner Avery Moss DE Youngstown State
8 Carolina Panthers BryKno Garrett Bolles OT Utah
40 Carolina Panthers BryKno Alvin Kamara RB Tennessee
64 Carolina Panthers BryKno Jourdan Lewis CB Michigan
98 Carolina Panthers BryKno Carlos Henderson WR Louisiana Tech
115 Carolina Panthers BryKno Larry Ogunjobi DT UNC Charlotte
152 Carolina Panthers BryKno Mack Hollins WR North Carolina
192 Carolina Panthers BryKno Jermaine Eluemunor OG Texas A&M
233 Carolina Panthers BryKno Keionta Davis DE Chattanooga
3 Chicago Bears Rowingdave Solomon Thomas DE Stanford
36 Chicago Bears Rowingdave Budda Baker S Washington
67 Chicago Bears Rowingdave Ahkello Witherspoon CB Colorado
111 Chicago Bears Rowingdave Taywan Taylor WR Western Kentucky
117 Chicago Bears Rowingdave George Kittle TE Iowa
147 Chicago Bears Rowingdave Elijah Lee LB Kansas State
221 Chicago Bears Rowingdave Tarik Cohen RB North Carolina A&T
9 Cincinnati Bengals Typecast Taco Charlton DE Michigan
41 Cincinnati Bengals Typecast D'Onta Foreman RB Texas
73 Cincinnati Bengals Typecast Ethan Pocic C LSU
116 Cincinnati Bengals Typecast Zane Gonzalez K Arizona State
138 Cincinnati Bengals Typecast Chad Hansen WR California
153 Cincinnati Bengals Typecast Daeshone Hall DE Texas A&M
176 Cincinnati Bengals Typecast Brad Seaton OT Villanova
193 Cincinnati Bengals Typecast Grover Stewart DT Albany State
217 Cincinnati Bengals Typecast Johnathan Ford CB Auburn
227 Cincinnati Bengals Typecast Jayon Brown LB UCLA
251 Cincinnati Bengals Typecast I'Tavius Mathers RB Middle Tennessee State
1 Cleveland Browns Davidss Myles Garrett Edge Texas A&M
12 Cleveland Browns Davidss Mike Williams WR Clemson
33 Cleveland Browns Davidss Joe Mixon RB Oklahoma
52 Cleveland Browns Davidss Patrick Mahomes QB Texas Tech
65 Cleveland Browns Davidss Fabian Moreau CB UCLA
108 Cleveland Browns Davidss Eddie Jackson FS Alabama
145 Cleveland Browns Davidss Joe Mathis Edge Wisconsin
175 Cleveland Browns Davidss Vincent Taylor DT Oklahoma State
181 Cleveland Browns Davidss Delano Hill SS Michigan
185 Cleveland Browns Davidss Channing Stribling CB Michigan
188 Cleveland Browns Davidss Conor McDermott OT UCLA
28 Dallas Cowboys MidnightSpecial Gareon Conley CB Ohio State
60 Dallas Cowboys MidnightSpecial Tarell Basham Edge Ohio State
92 Dallas Cowboys MidnightSpecial Alex Anzalone LB Florida
133 Dallas Cowboys MidnightSpecial Jeremy Sprinkle TE Arkansas
211 Dallas Cowboys MidnightSpecial Charles Walker DT Oklahoma
228 Dallas Cowboys MidnightSpecial Travin Dural WR LSU
246 Dallas Cowboys MidnightSpecial William Likely CB Maryland
20 Denver Broncos Jonas Lima David Njoku TE Miami (FL)
51 Denver Broncos Jonas Lima Antonio Garcia OT Troy
82 Denver Broncos Jonas Lima Tyus Bowser OLB Houston
101 Denver Broncos Jonas Lima Kendell Beckwith LB LSU
126 Denver Broncos Jonas Lima Dede Westbrook WR Oklahoma
177 Denver Broncos Jonas Lima Jarron Jones DL Notre Dame
203 Denver Broncos Jonas Lima Elijah Hood RB North Carolina
238 Denver Broncos Jonas Lima Jack Tocho DB NC State
252 Denver Broncos Jonas Lima Fred Zerblis OG Colorado State
253 Denver Broncos Jonas Lima Cooper Rush QB Central Michigan
21 Detroit Lions GreatOden'sRaven Jabrill Peppers S Michigan
53 Detroit Lions GreatOden'sRaven Tim Williams Edge Alabama
85 Detroit Lions GreatOden'sRaven Samaje Perine RB Oklahoma
127 Detroit Lions GreatOden'sRaven Nico Siragusa OG San Diego State
165 Detroit Lions GreatOden'sRaven Shelton Gibson WR West Virginia
205 Detroit Lions GreatOden'sRaven Tanzel Smart DT Tulane
215 Detroit Lions GreatOden'sRaven Dylan Cole LB Missouri State
250 Detroit Lions GreatOden'sRaven Nate Hairston CB Temple
29 Green Bay Packers HashtagMafioso Takkarist McKinley Edge UCLA
61 Green Bay Packers HashtagMafioso Desmond King CB Iowa
93 Green Bay Packers HashtagMafioso Kareem Hunt RB Toledo
134 Green Bay Packers HashtagMafioso Josh Reynolds WR Texas A&M
172 Green Bay Packers HashtagMafioso Corey Clement RB Wisconsin
182 Green Bay Packers HashtagMafioso Robert Davis WR Georgia State
212 Green Bay Packers HashtagMafioso Ezra Robinson CB Tennessee State
247 Green Bay Packers HashtagMafioso Amba Etta-Tawo WR Syracus
25 Houston Texans TopFlightSecurity Mitchell Trubisky QB North Carolina
57 Houston Texans TopFlightSecurity Carl Lawson Edge Auburn
89 Houston Texans TopFlightSecurity Jalen Myrick CB Minnesota
130 Houston Texans TopFlightSecurity Stevie Tu'ikolovatu DT USC
142 Houston Texans TopFlightSecurity David Sharpe OT Florida
169 Houston Texans TopFlightSecurity Xavier Woods SS Louisiana Tech
243 Houston Texans TopFlightSecurity Javarius Leamon OT South Carolina State
15 Indianapolis Colts MichaelBR07 Leonard Fournette RB LSU
46 Indianapolis Colts MichaelBR07 T.J. Watt Edge Wisconsin
80 Indianapolis Colts MichaelBR07 Jordan Willis Edge Kansas State
121 Indianapolis Colts MichaelBR07 Lorenzo Jerome S St. Francis (PA)
137 Indianapolis Colts MichaelBR07 Jalen Reeves-Maybin LB Tennessee
144 Indianapolis Colts MichaelBR07 James Conner RB PIttsburgh
158 Indianapolis Colts MichaelBR07 Cole Hikutini TE Louisville
4 Jacksonville Jaguars riqv Jonathan Allen DT Alabama
35 Jacksonville Jaguars riqv Dion Dawkins OG Temple
68 Jacksonville Jaguars riqv Jake Butt TE Michigan
110 Jacksonville Jaguars riqv Nathan Peterman QB Pittsburgh
148 Jacksonville Jaguars riqv Wayne Gallman RB Clemson
187 Jacksonville Jaguars riqv Nate Gerry S Nebraska
222 Jacksonville Jaguars riqv Travis Rudolph WR Florida State
27 Kansas City Chiefs JMichael39 Cordrea Tankersley CB Clemson
59 Kansas City Chiefs JMichael39 Dorian Johnson OG Pittsburgh
91 Kansas City Chiefs JMichael39 Anthony Walker LB Northwestern
104 Kansas City Chiefs JMichael39 Elijah Qualls DT Washington
132 Kansas City Chiefs JMichael39 Jordan Leggett TE Clemson
170 Kansas City Chiefs JMichael39 Joshua Dobbs QB Tennessee
180 Kansas City Chiefs JMichael39 Joe Williams RB Utah
216 Kansas City Chiefs JMichael39 Artavis Scott WR Clemson
218 Kansas City Chiefs JMichael39 Kyle Fuller C Baylor
245 Kansas City Chiefs JMichael39 Calvin Munson Edge San Diego State
7 Los Angeles Chargers Blackout52 Marshon Lattimore CB Ohio State
38 Los Angeles Chargers Blackout52 Cam Robinson OT Alabama
71 Los Angeles Chargers Blackout52 Marcus Maye S Florida
113 Los Angeles Chargers Blackout52 Jaleel Johnson DT Iowa
151 Los Angeles Chargers Blackout52 Chad Kelly QB Ole Miss
190 Los Angeles Chargers Blackout52 Speedy Noil WR Texas A&M
225 Los Angeles Chargers Blackout52 Stanley Williams RB Kentucky
37 Los Angeles Rams ak4niner Evan Engram TE Ole Miss
69 Los Angeles Rams ak4niner Tyler Orlosky C West Virginia
112 Los Angeles Rams ak4niner Connor Harris ILB Lindenwood
141 Los Angeles Rams ak4niner Rayshawn Jenkins FS Miami (FL)
149 Los Angeles Rams ak4niner Danny Isidora OG Miami
189 Los Angeles Rams ak4niner Kenny Golladay WR Northern Illinois
234 Los Angeles Rams ak4niner Jerod Evans QB Virginia Tech
22 Miami Dolphins Camp Frogger Haason Reddick LB Temple
54 Miami Dolphins Camp Frogger Dan Feeney OG Indiana
97 Miami Dolphins Camp Frogger Dawuane Smoot Edge Illinois
166 Miami Dolphins Camp Frogger Josh Harvey-Clemons S Louisville
178 Miami Dolphins Camp Frogger Josh Carraway Edge TCU
184 Miami Dolphins Camp Frogger Brian Allen CB Utah
206 Miami Dolphins Camp Frogger Davon Godchaux DT LSU
223 Miami Dolphins Camp Frogger Alek Torgerson QB Penn
240 Miami Dolphins Camp Frogger Hunter Dimick DL Utah
48 Minnesota Vikings dumpster fire fan Jarrad Davis LB Florida
79 Minnesota Vikings dumpster fire fan Justin Evans S Texas A&M
86 Minnesota Vikings dumpster fire fan Tanoh Kpassagnon DL Villanova
120 Minnesota Vikings dumpster fire fan Montravius Adams DT Auburn
128 Minnesota Vikings dumpster fire fan Brad Kaaya QB Miami (FL)
160 Minnesota Vikings dumpster fire fan Zach Banner OG USC
199 Minnesota Vikings dumpster fire fan TJ Logan RB North Carolina
232 Minnesota Vikings dumpster fire fan Quincy Adeboyejo WR Ole Miss
72 New England Patriots Mertons_merkin Adam Shaheen TE Ashland
96 New England Patriots Mertons_merkin DeMarcus Walker DE Florida State
131 New England Patriots Mertons_merkin Brian Hill RB Wyoming
163 New England Patriots Mertons_merkin Ryan Switzer WR North Carolina
183 New England Patriots Mertons_merkin Ejuan Price Edge Pittsburgh
200 New England Patriots Mertons_merkin Matt Milano LB Boston College
239 New England Patriots Mertons_merkin Jon Toth C Kentucky
11 New Orleans Saints Fred Mercury Derek Barnett Edge Tennessee
32 New Orleans Saints Fred Mercury Kevin King CB Washington
42 New Orleans Saints Fred Mercury Raekwon McMillan LB Ohio State
76 New Orleans Saints Fred Mercury Bucky Hodges TE Virginia Tech
103 New Orleans Saints Fred Mercury Davis Webb QB California
196 New Orleans Saints Fred Mercury Donnel Pumphrey RB San Diego State
229 New Orleans Saints Fred Mercury Jalen Robinette WR Air Force
23 New York Giants 86derps Dalvin Cook RB Florida State
55 New York Giants 86derps Caleb Brantley DT Florida
87 New York Giants 86derps Roderick Johnson OT Florida State
140 New York Giants 86derps Jonnu Smith TE Florida International
167 New York Giants 86derps Carroll Phillips OLB Illinois
207 New York Giants 86derps Marquel Lee LB Wake Forest
241 New York Giants 86derps Ashton Lampkin CB Oklahoma State
6 New York Jets Rhardin49 Jamal Adams S LSU
39 New York Jets Rhardin49 Ryan Ramczyk OT Wisconsin
70 New York Jets Rhardin49 Chris Godwin WR Penn State
107 New York Jets Rhardin49 Cam Sutton CB Tennessee
150 New York Jets Rhardin49 Josh Malone WR Tennessee
191 New York Jets Rhardin49 Pharaoh Brown TE Oregon
224 New York Jets Rhardin49 Ben Boulware LB Clemson
24 Oakland Raiders TryAndCatchVD Christian McCaffrey RB Stanford
56 Oakland Raiders TryAndCatchVD Duke Riley LB LSU
88 Oakland Raiders TryAndCatchVD Dalvin Tomlinson DT Alabama
129 Oakland Raiders TryAndCatchVD Chad Wheeler OL USC
168 Oakland Raiders TryAndCatchVD Montae Nicholson S Michigan State
208 Oakland Raiders TryAndCatchVD De'Veon Smith RB Michigan
242 Oakland Raiders TryAndCatchVD Erik Magnuson OL Michigan
244 Oakland Raiders TryAndCatchVD Des Lawrence CB North Carolina
14 Philadelphia Eagles ejdrummond Reuben Foster ILB Alabama
43 Philadelphia Eagles ejdrummond Teez Tabor CB Florida
99 Philadelphia Eagles ejdrummond Marlon Mack RB South Florida
118 Philadelphia Eagles ejdrummond Noah Brown WR Ohio State
139 Philadelphia Eagles ejdrummond Adam Bisnowaty OT PIttsburgh
155 Philadelphia Eagles ejdrummond Brendan Langley CB Lamar
194 Philadelphia Eagles ejdrummond Darius English DE South Carolina
230 Philadelphia Eagles ejdrummond Eric Saubert TE Drake
30 Pittsburgh Steelers Fenderfreak81 John Ross WR Washington
62 Pittsburgh Steelers Fenderfreak81 Sidney Jones CB Washington
94 Pittsburgh Steelers Fenderfreak81 Ryan Anderson Edge Alabama
105 Pittsburgh Steelers Fenderfreak81 Gerald Everett TE South Alabama
135 Pittsburgh Steelers Fenderfreak81 Damontae Kazee CB San Diego State
173 Pittsburgh Steelers Fenderfreak81 Devonte Fields Edge Louisville
213 Pittsburgh Steelers Fenderfreak81 Jadar Johnson S Clemson
248 Pittsburgh Steelers Fenderfreak81 Isaiah McKenzie WR Georgia
2 San Francisco 49ers Joe Montana is GOAT Malik Hooker S Ohio State
34 San Francisco 49ers Joe Montana is GOAT DeShone Kizer QB Notre Dame
66 San Francisco 49ers Joe Montana is GOAT Zay Jones WR ECU
109 San Francisco 49ers Joe Montana is GOAT Amara Darboh WR Michigan
143 San Francisco 49ers Joe Montana is GOAT Carlos Watkins DT Clemson
146 San Francisco 49ers Joe Montana is GOAT Aviante Collins OL TCU
161 San Francisco 49ers Joe Montana is GOAT Jeremy Cutrer CB Middle Tennessee St
198 San Francisco 49ers Joe Montana is GOAT Aaron Jones RB UTEP
202 San Francisco 49ers Joe Montana is GOAT Jordan Evans LB Oklahoma
219 San Francisco 49ers Joe Montana is GOAT DJ Jones DT Mississippi
26 Seattle Seahawks v3stige Adoree' Jackson CB USC
58 Seattle Seahawks v3stige Julie'n Davenport OT Bucknell
90 Seattle Seahawks v3stige Vince Biegel LB Wisconsin
102 Seattle Seahawks v3stige Isaac Asiata OG Utah
106 Seattle Seahawks v3stige Treston DeCoud CB Oregon State
210 Seattle Seahawks v3stige Jehu Chesson WR Michigan
226 Seattle Seahawks v3stige Shalom Luani S Washington State
19 Tampa Bay Buccaneers BayAreaBOI Marlon Humphrey CB Alabama
50 Tampa Bay Buccaneers BayAreaBOI Josh Jones S NC State
84 Tampa Bay Buccaneers BayAreaBOI JuJu Smith-Schuster WR USC
125 Tampa Bay Buccaneers BayAreaBOI Jeremy McNichols RB Boise State
162 Tampa Bay Buccaneers BayAreaBOI William Holden OT Vanderbilt
204 Tampa Bay Buccaneers BayAreaBOI KD Cannon WR Baylor
237 Tampa Bay Buccaneers BayAreaBOI Avery Gennesy OT Texas A&M
5 Tennessee Titans GSheen Corey Davis WR Western Michigan
18 Tennessee Titans GSheen Tre'Davious White CB LSU
83 Tennessee Titans GSheen Marcus Williams S Utah
100 Tennessee Titans GSheen Trey Hendrickson Edge Florida Atlantic
124 Tennessee Titans GSheen Michael Roberts TE Toledo
164 Tennessee Titans GSheen Blair Brown ILB Ohio
214 Tennessee Titans GSheen Shaquill Griffin DB UCF
236 Tennessee Titans GSheen Chase Roullier C/G Wyoming
17 Washington AzSharksFan Zach Cunningham ILB Vanderbilt
49 Washington AzSharksFan Charles Harris Edge Missouri
81 Washington AzSharksFan Chris Wormley DT Michigan
114 Washington AzSharksFan ArDarius Stewart WR Alabama
123 Washington AzSharksFan Corn Elder CB Miami
154 Washington AzSharksFan John Johnson FS Boston College
201 Washington AzSharksFan Nazair Jones DE North Carolina
209 Washington AzSharksFan Jordan Morgan OG Kutztown (PA)
220 Washington AzSharksFan Ben Gedeon ILB Michigan
235 Washington AzSharksFan Josh Tupou NT Colorado