Brendan Donahue, the #1 most accurate mock drafter over the past five NFL seasons according to The Huddle Report, gives you his mock draft for the 2022 NFL Draft — making predictions for every team and every pick in the first round.

Final 2022 NFL Mock Draft

PickTeamPlayerPos.College
1JaguarsTravon WalkerEDGEGeorgia
2LionsAidan HutchinsonEDGEMichigan
3TexansDerek Stingley Jr.CBLSU
4JetsIkem EkwonuOTNC State
5GiantsEvan NealOTAlabama
6PanthersCharles CrossOTMiss.State
7GiantsAhmad GardnerCBCincinnati
8FalconsJermaine JohnsonEDGEFlorida State
9SeahawksKayvon ThibodeauxEDGEOregon
10JetsDrake LondonWRUSC
11CommandersKyle HamiltonSNotre Dame
12VikingsTrent McDuffieCBWashington
13TexansGarrett WilsonWROhio State
14RavensJordan DavisDLGeorgia
15EaglesJameson WilliamsWRAlabama
16SaintsChris OlaveWROhio State
17ChargersTrevor PenningOTN. Iowa
18EaglesGeorge KarlaftisEDGEPurdue
19SaintsKenny PickettQBPittsburgh
20SteelersMalik WillisQBLiberty
21PatriotsDevin LloydLBUtah
22PackersTreylon BurksWRArkansas
23CardinalsKenyon GreenIOLTexas A&M
24CowboysZion JohnsonIOLBoston College
25BillsKyler GordonCBWashington
26TitansTyler SmithOLTulsa
27BuccaneersLogan HallDLHouston
28PackersQuay WalkerLBGeorgia
29ChiefsJahan DotsonWRPenn St.
30ChiefsBoye MafeEDGEMinnesota
31BengalsKaiir ElamCBFlorida
32LionsLewis CineSGeorgia

Earlier 2022 NFL mock drafts from Brendan Donahue:

First Overall Pick Odds, NFL Draft 2022

PlayerDraft OddsCollegePos
Travon Walker-300GeorgiaEDGE
Aidan Hutchinson+300Michigan EDGE
Ikem Ekwonu+400NC StateOT
Evan Neal+2000AlabamaOT
Desmond Ridder+3000CincinnatiQB
Kayvon Thibodeaux+5000OregonEDGE
Malik Willis+5000LibertyQB
Charles Cross+10000Miss.StateOT
Ahmad Gardner+10000CincinnatiCB
Jordan Davis+10000GeorgiaDL
Derek Stingley+15000LSUCB
Kyle Hamilton+15000Notre DameS
Matt Corral+15000Ole MissQB
Sam Howell+20000N. CarolinaQB
Garrett Wilson+20000Ohio StateWR
Tyler Linderbaum+20000IowaIOL

1. Jacksonville Jaguars, Top Draft Pick Prediction: Travon Walker, EDGE, Georgia

Previous 6.0 Mock Draft selection: Walker

From +140 at the time of mock draft 6.0 to -450 on BetMGM as of the morning of the draft. It’s been quite the meteoric rise since the beginning of the draft process for Walker. According to ESPN’s Todd McShay, “he has a 95% chance” to hear his name selected first overall tonight.

Who Calls the Shots in Jaguars Draft Room?

GM Trent Baalke (second year)

2. Detroit Lions, Top Draft Pick Prediction: Aidan Hutchinson, EDGE, Michigan

Previous 6.0 Mock Draft selection: Hutchinson

I said in the last iteration that if Walker was the pick at one then Hutchinson would be the most predictable pick in this entire draft. However, that no longer seems to be the case. The stories are circulating that Kayvon Thibodeaux has been heavily bet/linked to Detroit at two but I think that Thibodeaux is only the pick at two if it’s Hutchinson at one and not Walker. Hutchinson is still the favorite on the morning of draft day at -155.

Who Calls the Shots in Lions Draft Room?

GM Brad Holmes (second year)

3. Houston Texans, Top Draft Pick Prediction: Derek Stingley Jr., CB, LSU

Previous 6.0 Mock Draft selection: Ikem Ekwonu, OT

The buzz continued to grow by the day that the Texans were strongly considering corner at three and that Derek Stingley Jr. not Ahmed Gardner was the top corner on the board. While I think Ikem Ekwonu is very possible here, I am going the direction the winds are taking me and that’s to Stingley Jr. He is +150 to be the third overall pick and +100 to be the first defensive back selected.

Who Calls the Shots in Texans Draft Room?

GM Nick Caserio (second year) and Executive VP Jack Easterby (third year)

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4. New York Jets, Top Draft Pick Prediction: Ikem Ekwonu, OT, NC State

Previous 6.0 Mock Draft selection: Kayvon Thibodeaux, EDGE

The Jets could go in a number of different directions here, but I think first and foremost they want to ensure they protect last year’s first round pick in Zach Wilson, especially with the uncertainty surrounding Mekhi Becton. Ekwonu to be selected fourth overall is +350.

Who Calls the Shots in Jets Draft Room?

GM Joe Douglas (fourth year) 

5. New York Giants, Top Draft Pick Prediction: Evan Neal, OT, Alabama

Previous 6.0 Mock Draft selection: Neal

This would come down to Neal or Charles Cross, but Neal gets the nod since it is reported that the Giants would like to keep Andrew Thomas at left tackle. Neal is viewed as the more seamless transition to right tackle at the next level. Neal is currently +500 to be the fifth overall pick on DraftKings.

Who Calls the Shots in Giants Draft Room?

GM Joe Schoen (first year with Giants, spent previous five seasons as assistant GM in Buffalo)

6. Carolina Panthers, Top Draft Pick Prediction: Charles Cross, OT, Mississippi State

Previous 6.0 Mock Draft selection: Cross

A couple things I think in regards to Carolina at six on draft day: they do not want to take a quarterback here and they would prefer to trade down. However, with only one of the top tier tackles left on the board and it being such a glaring need they ultimately stay put and take Cross. Cross to go sixth overall is +400.

Who Calls the Shots in Panthers Draft Room?

HC Matt Rhule (third year) has final say over Panthers personnel decisions, with input from GM Scott Fitterer (second year). 

7. New York Giants, Top Draft Pick Prediction: Ahmad Gardner, CB, Cincinnati

Previous 6.0 Mock Draft selection: Gardner

This is a perfect fit in the Wink Martindale system. The Giants pass on tempting options on the edge and at wide receiver and go with who many consider the best corner in this draft in Gardner. Gardner is +250 to be the seventh overall pick.

8. Atlanta Falcons, Top Draft Pick Prediction: Jermaine Johnson, EDGE, Florida State

Previous 6.0 Mock Draft selection: Garrett Wilson, WR

Wide receiver fills the most glaring need but Atlanta has needs all over the board so they go with one of the hottest names in the draft process in Johnson to improve their pass rush instead. Johnson to go eighth overall is +650.

Who Calls the Shots in Falcons Draft Room?

GM Terry Fontenot (second year with Falcons)

9. Seattle Seahawks, Top Draft Pick Prediction: Kayvon Thibodeaux, EDGE, Oregon

Previous 6.0 Mock Draft selection: Jermaine Johnson, EDGE

Seattle may be a candidate to trade out of this pick, but Pete Carroll and John Schneider will gladly end the fall of the talented Thibodeaux if he actually does make it all the way here. Thibodeaux is currently +750 to be the ninth overall pick. 

Who Calls the Shots in Seahawks Draft Room?

Head coach Pete Carroll (13th year) has final say over personnel decisions, but works in tandem with GM John Schneider (13th year). 

10. New York Jets, Top Draft Pick Prediction: Drake London, WR, USC

Previous 6.0 Mock Draft selection: Jameson Williams, WR

I am sticking with the theme that the Jets want to help out quarterback Zach Wilson as much as they can in this draft. They go with London, who fits the type of receiver Wilson thrived with at BYU. London is +300 to be the 10th overall pick.

11. Washington Commanders, Top Draft Pick Prediction: Kyle Hamilton, S, Notre Dame

Previous 6.0 Mock Draft selection: Hamilton

Wide receiver is very much in play here for the Commanders, but with their perceived top option, Drake London, off the board, they turn to Hamilton to fill the departed Landon Collins role. Hamilton, who once had a draft position prop of 5.5, is now 12.5 with the under -175 at BetMGM.

Who Calls the Shots in Commanders Draft Room?

HC Ron Rivera (third year) has final say, with input from GM Martin Mayhew (second year)

12. Minnesota Vikings, Top Draft Pick Prediction: Trent McDuffie, CB, Washington

Previous 6.0 Mock Draft selection: Derek Stingley Jr., CB 

You’re gonna see a theme here coming up with some of the next few picks that I think all of these are in play for trades. But even if new GM Kwesi Adofo-Mensah does move down a few spots, I think he still targets McDuffie who not only fills an obvious need but also checks off all of the analytical boxes. Vikings to take a defensive back with their first pick is -110.

Who Calls the Shots in Vikings Draft Room?

GM Kwesi Adofo-Mensah (first year) has final say over the roster. He has a background in analytics and spent the previous two seasons working under Andrew Berry in Cleveland. He was the Director of Football Research & Development under Trent Baalke in San Francisco prior to joining the Browns. 

13. Houston Texans, Top Draft Pick Prediction: Garrett Wilson, WR, Ohio State

Previous 6.0 Mock Draft selection: Jordan Davis, iDL

So the same logic applies here except instead of a trade back, I could see the Texans moving up to secure Wilson who is the top-rated receiver on most boards. The draft position prop for Wilson is 9.5 and the over is -110.

Who Calls the Shots in Texans Draft Room?

GM Nick Caserio (third season)

14. Baltimore Ravens, Top Draft Pick Prediction: Jordan Davis, iDL, Georgia

Previous 6.0 Mock Draft selection: George Karlaftis, EDGE

This seems to be one of the most popular picks among mock drafts but that’s just because Davis seems to be such a prototypical Raven. Ravens to select a defensive lineman/edge with their first pick is +150.

Who Calls the Shots in Ravens Draft Room?

GM Eric DeCosta (fourth year as GM, 26th year in organization). 

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15. Philadelphia Eagles, Top Draft Pick Prediction: Jameson Williams, WR, Alabama

Previous 6.0 Mock Draft selection: Trent McDuffie, CB

Back to the theme of trades, here is another team that may want to move up to secure their rumored top wide receiver target in Williams. Eagles to select a wide receiver with their first pick is +200.

Who Calls the Shots in Eagles Draft Room?

GM Howie Roseman (12th year) has final say over the roster. Roseman has held the title of general manager and/or executive vice president of football operations since 2010, however, he did not control the roster during Andy Reid’s tenure, or for part of Chip Kelly’s tenure. Roseman regained full control of personnel decisions in 2016. 

16. New Orleans Saints, Top Draft Pick Prediction: Chris Olave, WR, Ohio State

Previous 6.0 Mock Draft selection: Trevor Penning, OT

This would most likely come down to Trevor Penning or Olave. With reports that the Saints are enamored with Olave, they can’t take the chance of passing on him here and have someone stealing him before they pick next at 19. Saints to take a wide receiver with their first pick is +300.

 Who Calls the Shots in Saints Draft Room?

It’s unclear who has final say over the Saints roster now that Sean Payton is gone. GM Mickey Loomis may technically hold that power, but assistant GM and director of college personnel Jeff Ireland likely has substantial input in the draft. 

17. Los Angeles Chargers, Top Draft Pick Prediction: Trevor Penning, OT, Northern Iowa

Previous 6.0 Mock Draft selection: Zion Johnson, iOL

I have to believe the Chargers would be ecstatic if the Saints do pass on Penning as he fills their biggest need on the team at right tackle. The Chargers to draft an offensive lineman first is +125.

Who Calls the Shots in Chargers Draft Room?

 GM Tom Telesco (10th year) has final say over personnel decisions.

18. Philadelphia Eagles, Top Draft Pick Prediction: George Karlaftis, EDGE, Purdue

Previous 6.0 Mock Draft selection: Devin Lloyd, LB

Karlaftis has seen his draft position prop fall from 16.5 to 22.5. I think this could be another trade down candidate to move down a few spots, still get their guy in Karlaftis, and someone comes up for possibly a wide receiver or quarterback. 

19. New Orleans Saints, Top Draft Pick Prediction: Kenny Pickett, QB, Pittsburgh

Previous 6.0 Mock Draft selection: Chris Olave, WR

Not overly confident that the Saints take Pickett here, but it would help justify their trade so early in the draft process I suppose. Pickett to be the first quarterback selected is +150. 

20. Pittsburgh Steelers, Top Draft Pick Prediction: Malik Willis, QB, Liberty

Previous 6.0 Mock Draft selection: Willis

I’ve stuck with Willis here all draft season and I’m not moving off of it now. In fact, as of the day of the draft, I feel more confident that he will actually be here at 20 than I did at the beginning of the process. The Steelers to draft a quarterback first is -150 and it is +200 for them to draft Willis specifically.

Who Calls the Shots in Steelers Draft Room?

GM Kevin Colbert (23rd year) controls the Steelers roster but has already announced he will step down after the draft.

A replacement has not been named but VP of football and business administration Omar Kahn and pro scouting coordinator Brandon Hunt are considered strong internal candidates. When a replacement is named, expect him to have more sway than usual over this draft. 

21. New England Patriots, Top Draft Pick Prediction: Devin Lloyd, LB, Utah

Previous 6.0 Mock Draft selection: Daxton Hill, S

A lot of smoke surrounding Quay Walker here but ultimately I think Belichick goes with the more proven player in Lloyd who was not only a team captain at Utah but also referred to as a coach on the field which Belichick loves. Patriots to select a linebacker with their first pick is +300.

Who Calls the Shots in Patriots Draft Room?

Head coach Bill Belichick (22nd year) has final say over personnel decisions.

Matt Groh was promoted to director of player personnel this offseason after one season as the Patriots director of college scouting. Groh was previously a scout for the team, but this may be the least experienced front office Belichick has been supported by during his tenure in New England. 

22. Green Bay Packers, Top Draft Pick Prediction: Treylon Burks, WR, Arkansas

Previous 6.0 Mock Draft selection: Burks

I’ve kept Burks here for a few iterations now as it just seems to be a match both in terms of best player available and need. Burks currently has a draft position prop of under 23.5 -125 and Packers to select a wide receiver with their first pick is -130.

Who Calls the Shots in Packers Draft Room?

GM Brian Gutekunst (fifth year) has final say over the roster, but Gutekunst, director of football operations Russ Ball and head coach Matt LaFleur all report directly to president/CEO Mark Murphy. This structure theoretically gives more personnel influence to Ball and LaFleur than if they reported directly to the GM, as most front offices are organized.

23. Arizona Cardinals, Top Draft Pick Prediction: Kenyon Green, iOL, Texas A&M

Previous 6.0 Mock Draft selection: Drake London, WR

It will be tempting to give quarterback Kyler Murray another weapon to work with here. Instead, they go with the more prudent move in giving him some more protection in Green who can play multiple spots along the line. Cardinals to select an offensive lineman with their first pick is +250.

Who Calls the Shots in Cardinals Draft Room?

GM Steve Keim (10th year) has final say over personnel decisions.

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24. Dallas Cowboys, Top Draft Pick Prediction: Zion Johnson, iOL, Boston College

Previous 6.0 Mock Draft selection: Kenyon Green, iOL

According to the Athletic’s Dane Brugler, he believes this pick would come down to Johnson, Green, and Burks. With the other two off the board right before them, the Cowboys go with Johnson to fill an obvious need along their offensive line. Cowboys to select an offensive lineman with their first pick is -110.

Who Calls the Shots in Cowboys Draft Room?

Dir. of Player Personnel Stephen Jones effectively acts as the general manager with significant input from VP of Player Personnel Will McClay, but obviously owner Jerry Jones has been known to step in and make decisions as well. 

25. Buffalo Bills, Top Draft Pick Prediction: Kyler Gordon, CB, Washington

Previous 6.0 Mock Draft selection: Gordon

The Bills taking a running back, specifically Breece Hall, has been rumored here but I’m not buying it. That’s not the one piece away that some feel they are. Instead, it’s shoring up a secondary in a conference that is loaded with most of the top quarterbacks/offenses in the league. Defensive back to be the first position selected by Buffalo is +150 (running back is +230).

Who Calls the Shots in Bills Draft Room?

GM Brandon Beane (sixth year) officially has final say over the roster, but head coach Sean McDermott’s opinion is believed to carry equal weight. McDermott and Beane were hired together in 2017 after also working together for six seasons in Carolina. 

26. Tennessee Titans, Top Draft Pick Prediction: Tyler Smith, OT, Tulsa

Previous 6.0 Mock Draft selection: Kenny Pickett, QB

The number one seed in the AFC last year needs to focus on their 2022 season with this pick and worry about the future of starting quarterback Ryan Tannehill in 2023. The draft prop position for Smith is under 32.5 -140.

Who Calls the Shots in Titans Draft Room?

 GM Jon Robinson (seventh year) has final say over personnel decisions. 

27. Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Top Draft Pick Prediction: Logan Hall, iDL, Houston

Previous 6.0 Mock Draft selection: Tyler Smith, OL

With some of the offensive linemen Tampa Bay was looking at gone at this point, they pivot to the defensive line and take a late riser in Hall to plug in next to Vita Vea. Hall has a draft position prop of 35.5 and Tampa to take a defensive lineman/edge with their first pick is +225.

Who Calls the Shots in Buccaneers Draft Room?

 GM Jason Licht (ninth year) has final say over the roster. 

28. Green Bay Packers, Top Draft Pick Prediction: Quay Walker, LB, Georgia

Previous 6.0 Mock Draft selection: Devonte Wyatt

With all the smoke out there on Walker yesterday, he moved to -600 to be selected in the first 32 and saw his draft position prop move from 34.5 all the way to 20.5. While New England is certainly a potential landing spot, he checks off a lot of boxes that Packers GM Brian Gutekunst looks for in early-round draft picks. 

29. Kansas City Chiefs, Top Draft Pick Prediction: Jahan Dotson, WR, Penn State

Previous 6.0 Mock Draft selection: Dotson

Another potential trade candidate to move up in this draft. However, if the Chiefs do stay put they can still address wide receiver with Dotson who many have as the top of the second tier of receivers in this draft. Kansas City to draft a wide receiver with their first pick is +100.

Who Calls the Shots in Chiefs Draft Room?

GM Brett Veach (sixth year) officially has final say over the roster, but Andy Reid’s opinion carries significant weight. The two have worked together since Reid hired Veach as a coaching intern in 2004, and Veach followed Reid to Kansas City in 2013.  

30. Kansas City Chiefs, Top Draft Pick Prediction: Boye Mafe, EDGE, Minnesota

Previous 6.0 Mock Draft selection: Mafe

After going wide receiver with their first pick, Kansas City turns to the defensive side of the ball with their second pick and will either go pass rush or secondary. If the Chiefs are looking for someone to just be able to get to the quarterback, the nod goes to Mafe. His current draft position prop is under 31.5 -130.

31. Cincinnati Bengals, Top Draft Pick Prediction: Kaiir Elam, CB, Florida

Previous 6.0 Mock Draft selection: Tyler Linderbaum, iOL

Elam is one of the hottest names going into the draft with NFL Network reporting he could be the third or fourth corner off the board on Thursday night. Elam is now -250 to be selected in the top 32 and Bengals to take a defensive back with their first pick is +275.

Who Calls the Shots in Bengals Draft Room?

Director of Player Personnel Duke Tobin

32. Detroit Lions, Top Draft Pick Prediction: Lewis Cine, S, Georgia

Previous 6.0 Mock Draft selection: Desmond Ridder, QB

Typically with the last pick you want to put someone in here you still think has the best chance of going in the first round and don’t worry as much about the match. But in this case, Cine happens to be a great fit with Detroit. By all accounts, Cine has crushed his pre-draft process and is now -130 to be selected in the first round.

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6.0 NFL Mock Draft from Brendan Donahue (Apr 18)

PickTeamPlayerPos.College
1JaguarsTravon WalkerEDGEGeorgia
2LionsAidan HutchinsonEDGEMichigan
3TexansIkem EkwonuOTNC State
4JetsKayvon ThibodeauxEDGEOregon
5GiantsEvan NealOTAlabama
6PanthersCharles CrossOTMiss.State
7GiantsAhmad GardnerCBCincinnati
8FalconsGarrett WilsonWROhio State
9SeahawksJermaine JohnsonEDGEFlorida St.
10JetsJameson WilliamsWRAlabama
11CommandersKyle HamiltonSNotre Dame
12VikingsDerek Stingley Jr.CBLSU
13TexansJordan DavisDLGeorgia
14RavensGeorge KarlaftisEDGEPurdue
15EaglesTrent McDuffieCBWashington
16SaintsTrevor PenningOTN. Iowa
17ChargersZion JohnsonIOLBoston College
18EaglesDevin LloydLBUtah
19SaintsChris OlaveWROhio State
20SteelersMalik WillisQBLiberty
21PatriotsDaxton HillDBMichigan
22PackersTreylon BurksWRArkansas
23CardinalsDrake LondonWRUSC
24CowboysKenyon GreenIOLTexas A&M
25BillsKyler GordonCBWashington
26TitansKenny PickettQBPittsburgh
27BuccaneersTyler SmithOLTulsa
28PackersDevonte WyattDLGeorgia
29ChiefsJahan DotsonWRPenn St.
30ChiefsBoye MafeEDGEMinnesota
31BengalsTyler LinderbaumIOLIowa
32LionsDesmond RidderQBCincinnati

5.0 NFL Mock Draft from Brendan Donahue (Apr 11)

PickTeamPlayerPos.College
1JaguarsAidan HutchinsonEDGEMichigan
2LionsTravon WalkerEDGEGeorgia
3TexansIkem EkwonuOTNC State
4JetsKayvon ThibodeauxEDGEOregon
5GiantsEvan NealOTAlabama
6PanthersKenny PickettQBPittsburgh
7GiantsAhmad GardnerCBCincinnati
8FalconsGarrett WilsonWROhio State
9SeahawksJermaine JohnsonEDGEFlorida St.
10JetsJameson WilliamsWRAlabama
11CommandersChris OlaveWROhio State
12VikingsDerek Stingley Jr.CBLSU
13TexansKyle HamiltonSNotre Dame
14RavensGeorge KarlaftisEDGEPurdue
15EaglesTrent McDuffieCBWashington
16SaintsCharles CrossOTMiss.State
17ChargersTrevor PenningOTN. Iowa
18EaglesDevin LloydLBUtah
19SaintsDrake LondonWRUSC
20SteelersMalik WillisQBLiberty
21PatriotsDaxton HillDBMichigan
22PackersTreylon BurksWRArkansas
23CardinalsKaiir ElamCBFlorida
24CowboysJordan DavisDLGeorgia
25BillsAndrew Booth Jr.CBClemson
26TitansZion JohnsonIOLBoston College
27BuccaneersKenyon GreenIOLTexas A&M
28PackersDevonte WyattDLGeorgia
29ChiefsSkyy MooreWRWestern Michigan
30ChiefsArnold EbiketieEDGEPenn St.
31BengalsTyler LinderbaumIOLIowa
32LionsDesmond RidderQBCincinnati

4.0 NFL Mock Draft from Brendan Donahue (Mar 28)

PickTeamPlayerPos.College
1JaguarsTravon WalkerEDGEGeorgia
2LionsAidan HutchinsonEDGEMichigan
3TexansIkem EkwonuOTNC State
4JetsKayvon ThibodeauxEDGEOregon
5GiantsEvan NealOTAlabama
6PanthersKenny PickettQBPittsburgh
7GiantsJermaine JohnsonEDGEFlorida St.
8FalconsGarrett WilsonWROhio State
9SeahawksCharles CrossOTMiss.State
10JetsAhmad GardnerCBCincinnati
11CommandersDrake LondonWRUSC
12VikingsDerek Stingley Jr.CBLSU
13TexansKyle HamiltonSNotre Dame
14RavensGeorge KarlaftisEDGEPurdue
15EaglesTrent McDuffieCBWashington
16EaglesDevonte WyattDLGeorgia
17ChargersTrevor PenningOTN. Iowa
18SaintsChris OlaveWROhio State
19EaglesDevin LloydLBUtah
20SteelersMalik WillisQBLiberty
21PatriotsJordan DavisDLGeorgia
22PackersTreylon BurksWRArkansas
23CardinalsKaiir ElamCBFlorida
24CowboysNakobe DeanLBGeorgia
25BillsAndrew Booth Jr.CBClemson
26TitansZion JohnsonIOLBoston College
27BuccaneersKenyon GreenIOLTexas A&M
28PackersBoye MafeEDGEMinnesota
29ChiefsJameson WilliamsWRAlabama
30ChiefsArnold EbiketieEDGEPenn St.
31BengalsTyler LinderbaumIOLIowa
32LionsDesmond RidderQBCincinnati

3.0 NFL Mock Draft from Brendan Donahue (Mar 21)

PickTeamPlayerPos.College
1JaguarsAidan HutchinsonEDGEMichigan
2LionsTravon WalkerEDGEGeorgia
3TexansKyle HamiltonSNotre Dame
4JetsIkem EkwonuOTNC State
5GiantsEvan NealOTAlabama
6PanthersCharles CrossOTMississippi State
7GiantsAhmad GardnerCBCincinnati
8FalconsGarrett WilsonWROhio State
9SeahawksKayvon ThibodeauxEDGEOregon
10JetsJermaine JohnsonEDGEFlorida State
11CommandersDrake LondonWRUSC
12VikingsDerek StingleyCBLSU
13TexansChris OlaveWROhio State
14RavensJordan DavisiDLGeorgia
15EaglesTrent McDuffieCBWashington
16EaglesJameson WilliamsWRAlabama
17ChargersTrevor PenningOTNorthern Iowa
18SaintsKenny PickettQBPittsburgh
19EaglesDevin LloydLBUtah
20SteelersMalik WillisQBLiberty
21PatriotsKaiir ElamCBFlorida
22PackersTreylon BurksWRArkansas
23CardinalsGeorge KarlaftisEDGEPurdue
24CowboysZion JohnsoniOLBoston College
25BillsDevonte WyattDLGeorgia
26TitansNakobe DeanLBGeorgia
27BuccaneersKenyon GreenIOLTexas A&M
28PackersBoye MafeEDGEMinnesota
29DolphinsTyler LinderbaumiOLIowa
30ChiefsArnold EbiketieEDGEPenn State
31BengalsAndrew Booth Jr.CBClemson
32LionsDesmond RidderQBCincinnati

2.0 NFL Mock Draft from Brendan Donahue (Mar 10)

PickTeamPlayerPos.College
1JaguarsEvan NealOTAlabama
2LionsAidan HutchinsonEDGEMichigan
3TexansIkem EkwonuOTNC State
4JetsKyle HamiltonSNotre Dame
5GiantsCharles CrossOTMiss.State
6PanthersTrevor PenningOTNorthern Iowa
7GiantsKayvon ThibodeauxEDGEOregon
8FalconsAhmad GardnerCBCincinnati
9SeahawksMalik WillisQBLiberty
10JetsGarrett WilsonWROhio State
11CommandersKenny PickettQBPittsburgh
12VikingsTrent McDuffieCBWashington
13BrownsGeorge KarlaftisEDGEPurdue
14RavensTravon WalkerEDGEGeorgia
15EaglesDevin LloydLBUtah
16EaglesDavid OjaboEDGEMichigan
17ChargersJordan DavisDLGeorgia
18SaintsChris OlaveWROhio State
19EaglesDrake LondonWRUSC
20SteelersZion JohnsoniOLBoston College
21PatriotsDerek Stingley Jr.CBLSU
22RaidersJameson WilliamsWRAlabama
23CardinalsJermaine JohnsonEDGEFlorida State
24CowboysNakobe DeanLBGeorgia
25BillsDevonte WyattDLGeorgia
26TitansTyler LinderbaumIOLIowa
27BuccaneersKenyon GreenIOLTexas A&M
28PackersTreylon BurksWRArkansas
29DolphinsBernhard RaimannOTC. Michigan
30ChiefsDaxton HillSMichigan
31BengalsTyler SmithOTTulsa
32LionsSam HowellQBN. Carolina

1.0 NFL Mock Draft from Brendan Donahue (Feb 28)

PickTeamPlayerPos.College
1JaguarsEvan NealOTAlabama
2LionsAidan HutchinsonEDGEMichigan
3TexansKayvon ThibodeauxEDGEOregon
4JetsKyle HamiltonSNotre Dame
5GiantsIkem EkwonuOTNC State
6PanthersCharles CrossOTMiss.State
7GiantsTravon WalkerEDGEGeorgia
8FalconsDavid OjaboEDGEMichigan
9BroncosAhmad GardnerCBCincinnati
10JetsDerek Stingley Jr.CBLSU
11CommandersKenny PickettQBPittsburgh
12VikingsTrent McDuffieCBWashington
13BrownsGarrett WilsonWROhio State
14RavensJermaine JohnsonEDGEFlorida St.
15EaglesDevin LloydLBUtah
16EaglesGeorge KarlaftisEDGEPurdue
17ChargersTrevor PenningOTN. Iowa
18SaintsMatt CorralQBOle Miss
19EaglesTreylon BurksWRArkansas
20SteelersMalik WillisQBLiberty
21PatriotsChris OlaveWROhio State
22RaidersDrake LondonWRUSC
23CardinalsKyler GordonCBWashington
24CowboysNakobe DeanLBGeorgia
25BillsAndrew Booth Jr.CBClemson
26TitansTyler LinderbaumIOLIowa
27BuccaneersJameson WilliamsWRAlabama
28PackersDevonte WyattDLGeorgia
29DolphinsKenyon GreenIOLTexas A&M
30ChiefsJordan DavisDLGeorgia
31BengalsBernhard RaimannOTC. Michigan
32LionsSam HowellQBN. Carolina