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2021 NFL Draft

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

2021 NFL Draft
2021 NFL Draft logo.png
General information
Date(s)April 29 – May 1, 2021
LocationFirstEnergy Stadium
Cleveland, Ohio
Network(s)ESPN, ABC, NFL Network, ESPN Deportes, ESPN Radio
Overview
259 total selections in 7 rounds
LeagueNational Football League
First selectionTrevor Lawrence, QB, Jacksonville Jaguars
Mr. IrrelevantGrant Stuard, LB, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Most selections (11)Carolina Panthers, Dallas Cowboys, Minnesota Vikings
Fewest selections (3)Seattle Seahawks
← 2020
2022 →

The 2021 NFL Draft was the 86th National Football League Draft, the annual meeting of National Football League (NFL) franchises to select newly eligible players for the 2021 NFL season. The draft was held in Cleveland from April 29 to May 1, 2021.[1]

Five quarterbacks were selected in the first round — Trevor Lawrence, Zach Wilson, Trey Lance, Justin Fields, and Mac Jones — the second highest number of first-round quarterback selections (tied with the 1999 and 2018 drafts) after the six selected in 1983. The draft also marks the third time the first three picks (Lawrence, Wilson, and Lance) were quarterbacks, following the 1971 and 1999 drafts. A total of eight quarterbacks were selected in the first three rounds, the most in NFL Draft history. Conversely, however, only two quarterbacks were taken in rounds four through seven.

In addition to the high number of quarterbacks, six Alabama players were taken in the first round, which is tied with the six Miami players in 2004 for the most first-round selections from an individual school. Conversely, no Big 12 Conference players were drafted in the first round for the first time since the conference began play in 1996. The draft also saw no Michigan State players selected for the first time in 80 years.

Scouts considered the later rounds of the draft lacking desirable prospects due to the COVID-19 pandemic shortening the 2020 college football season. The NCAA granted an extra year of eligibility and an opt-out option for athletes because of the shortened season, resulting in many prospects returning to school instead of declaring for the draft.[2]

Host city bid process

The host city was chosen during the NFL Spring League Meeting on May 22, 2019.[3] Cleveland and Kansas City were announced as the hosts for 2021 and 2023, respectively, from the remaining finalists from the 2019 draft after Las Vegas was chosen to host the 2020 event (later moved to the 2022 edition of the draft).[4]

Player selections

The following is the breakdown of the 259 players selected by position:

* compensatory selection
× 2020 Resolution JC-2A selection
Positions key
C Center CB Cornerback DB Defensive back DE Defensive end
DL Defensive lineman DT Defensive tackle FB Fullback FS Free safety
G Guard HB Halfback K Placekicker KR Kick returner
LB Linebacker LS Long snapper OT Offensive tackle OL Offensive lineman
NT Nose tackle P Punter PR Punt returner QB Quarterback
RB Running back S Safety SS Strong safety TB Tailback
TE Tight end WR Wide receiver        
Rnd. Pick No. NFL team Player Pos. College Conf. Notes
1 1 Jacksonville Jaguars Trevor Lawrence  QB Clemson ACC CFP Player of the Year (2018)
1 2 New York Jets Zach Wilson  QB BYU Ind. (FBS) Famous Idaho Potato Bowl MVP (2018), 2020 Polynesian College Football Player of the Year Award
1 3 San Francisco 49ers Trey Lance  QB North Dakota State MVFC from Houston via Miami[R1 - 1]
2019 Walter Payton Award and Jerry Rice Award winner
1 4 Atlanta Falcons Kyle Pitts  TE Florida SEC Highest selected tight end in NFL history
2020 John Mackey Award winner
1 5 Cincinnati Bengals Ja'Marr Chase  WR LSU SEC 2019 Fred Biletnikoff Award winner
1 6 Miami Dolphins Jaylen Waddle  WR Alabama SEC from Philadelphia[R1 - 2]
1 7 Detroit Lions Penei Sewell  OT Oregon Pac-12 2019 Outland Trophy and Morris Trophy winner
1 8 Carolina Panthers Jaycee Horn  CB South Carolina SEC
1 9 Denver Broncos Patrick Surtain II  CB Alabama SEC
1 10 Philadelphia Eagles DeVonta Smith  WR Alabama SEC from Dallas[R1 - 3]
2020 Heisman Trophy winner
1 11 Chicago Bears Justin Fields  QB Ohio State Big Ten from N.Y. Giants[R1 - 4]
1 12 Dallas Cowboys Micah Parsons  LB Penn State Big Ten from San Francisco via Miami and Philadelphia[R1 - 5]
1 13 Los Angeles Chargers Rashawn Slater  OT Northwestern Big Ten
1 14 New York Jets Alijah Vera-Tucker  OG USC Pac-12 from Minnesota[R1 - 6]
1 15 New England Patriots Mac Jones  QB Alabama SEC 2020 Davey O’Brien Award, Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award and
Manning Award winner
1 16 Arizona Cardinals Zaven Collins  LB Tulsa The American 2020 Bronko Nagurski Trophy and
Chuck Bednarik Award winner
1 17 Las Vegas Raiders Alex Leatherwood  OT Alabama SEC
1 18 Miami Dolphins Jaelan Phillips  DE Miami (FL) ACC
1 19 Washington Football Team Jamin Davis  LB Kentucky SEC
1 20 New York Giants Kadarius Toney  WR Florida SEC from Chicago[R1 - 7]
1 21 Indianapolis Colts Kwity Paye  DE Michigan Big Ten
1 22 Tennessee Titans Caleb Farley  CB Virginia Tech ACC
1 23 Minnesota Vikings Christian Darrisaw  OT Virginia Tech ACC from Seattle via N.Y. Jets[R1 - 8]
1 24 Pittsburgh Steelers Najee Harris  RB Alabama SEC 2020 Doak Walker Award winner
1 25 Jacksonville Jaguars Travis Etienne  RB Clemson ACC from L.A. Rams[R1 - 9]
1 26 Cleveland Browns Greg Newsome II  CB Northwestern Big Ten
1 27 Baltimore Ravens Rashod Bateman  WR Minnesota Big Ten
1 28 New Orleans Saints Payton Turner  DE Houston The American
1 29 Green Bay Packers Eric Stokes  CB Georgia SEC
1 30 Buffalo Bills Gregory Rousseau  DE Miami (FL) ACC
1 31 Baltimore Ravens Odafe Oweh  DE Penn State Big Ten from Kansas City[R1 - 10]
1 32 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Joe Tryon-Shoyinka  DE Washington Pac-12
2 33 Jacksonville Jaguars Tyson Campbell  CB Georgia SEC
2 34 New York Jets Elijah Moore  WR Ole Miss SEC
2 35 Denver Broncos Javonte Williams  RB North Carolina ACC from Atlanta[R2 - 1]
2 36 Miami Dolphins Jevon Holland  S Oregon Pac-12 from Houston[R2 - 2]
2 37 Philadelphia Eagles Landon Dickerson  C Alabama SEC
2 38 New England Patriots Christian Barmore  DT Alabama SEC from Cincinnati[R2 - 3]
2 39 Chicago Bears Teven Jenkins  OT Oklahoma State Big 12 from Carolina[R2 - 4]
2 40 Atlanta Falcons Richie Grant  S UCF The American from Denver[R2 - 5]
2 41 Detroit Lions Levi Onwuzurike  DT Washington Pac-12
2 42 Miami Dolphins Liam Eichenberg  OT Notre Dame Ind. (FBS) from N.Y. Giants[R2 - 6]
2 43 Las Vegas Raiders Trevon Moehrig  S TCU Big 12 from San Francisco[R2 - 7]
2 44 Dallas Cowboys Kelvin Joseph  CB Kentucky SEC
2 45 Jacksonville Jaguars Walker Little  OT Stanford Pac-12 from Minnesota[R2 - 8]
2 46 Cincinnati Bengals Jackson Carman  OT Clemson ACC from New England[R2 - 9]
2 47 Los Angeles Chargers Asante Samuel Jr.  CB Florida State ACC
2 48 San Francisco 49ers Aaron Banks  OG Notre Dame Ind. (FBS) from Las Vegas[R2 - 10]
2 49 Arizona Cardinals Rondale Moore  WR Purdue Big Ten
2 50 New York Giants Azeez Ojulari  DE Georgia SEC from Miami[R2 - 11]
2 51 Washington Football Team Sam Cosmi  OT Texas Big 12
2 52 Cleveland Browns Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah  LB Notre Dame Ind. (FBS) from Chicago via Carolina[R2 - 12]
2020 Butkus Award winner
2 53 Tennessee Titans Dillon Radunz  OT North Dakota State MVFC
2 54 Indianapolis Colts Dayo Odeyingbo  DE Vanderbilt SEC
2 55 Pittsburgh Steelers Pat Freiermuth  TE Penn State Big Ten
2 56 Seattle Seahawks D'Wayne Eskridge  WR Western Michigan MAC
2 57 Los Angeles Rams Tutu Atwell  WR Louisville ACC
2 58 Kansas City Chiefs Nick Bolton  LB Missouri SEC from Baltimore[R2 - 13]
2 59 Carolina Panthers Terrace Marshall Jr.  WR LSU SEC from Cleveland[R2 - 14]
2 60 New Orleans Saints Pete Werner  LB Ohio State Big Ten
2 61 Buffalo Bills Carlos Basham Jr.  DE Wake Forest ACC
2 62 Green Bay Packers Josh Myers  C Ohio State Big Ten
2 63 Kansas City Chiefs Creed Humphrey  C Oklahoma Big 12
2 64 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Kyle Trask  QB Florida SEC
3 65 Jacksonville Jaguars Andre Cisco  S Syracuse ACC
3 66 Minnesota Vikings Kellen Mond  QB Texas A&M SEC from N.Y. Jets[R3 - 1]
3 67 Houston Texans Davis Mills  QB Stanford Pac-12
3 68 Atlanta Falcons Jalen Mayfield  OT Michigan Big Ten
3 69 Cincinnati Bengals Joseph Ossai  DE Texas Big 12
3 70 Carolina Panthers Brady Christensen  OT BYU Ind. (FBS) from Philadelphia[R3 - 2]
3 71 New York Giants Aaron Robinson  CB UCF The American from Denver[R3 - 3]
3 72 Detroit Lions Alim McNeill  DT NC State ACC
3 73 Philadelphia Eagles Milton Williams  DT Louisiana Tech C-USA from Carolina[R3 - 4]
3 74 Washington Football Team Benjamin St-Juste  CB Minnesota Big Ten from San Francisco[R3 - 5]
3 75 Dallas Cowboys Osa Odighizuwa  DT UCLA Pac-12
3 76 New Orleans Saints Paulson Adebo  CB Stanford Pac-12 from N.Y. Giants via Denver[R3 - 6]
3 76.5 New England Patriots Selection forfeited[Forfeit 1]
3 77 Los Angeles Chargers Josh Palmer  WR Tennessee SEC
3 78 Minnesota Vikings Chazz Surratt  LB North Carolina ACC
3 79 Las Vegas Raiders Malcolm Koonce  DE Buffalo MAC from Arizona[R3 - 7]
3 80 Las Vegas Raiders Divine Deablo  S Virginia Tech ACC
3 81 Miami Dolphins Hunter Long  TE Boston College ACC
3 82 Washington Football Team Dyami Brown  WR North Carolina ACC
3 83 Carolina Panthers Tommy Tremble  TE Notre Dame Ind. (FBS) from Chicago[R3 - 8]
3 84 Dallas Cowboys Chauncey Golston  DE Iowa Big Ten from Indianapolis via Philadelphia[R3 - 9]
3 85 Green Bay Packers Amari Rodgers  WR Clemson ACC from Tennessee[R3 - 10]
3 86 Minnesota Vikings Wyatt Davis  OG Ohio State Big Ten from Seattle via N.Y. Jets[R3 - 11]
3 87 Pittsburgh Steelers Kendrick Green  C Illinois Big Ten
3 88 San Francisco 49ers Trey Sermon  RB Ohio State Big Ten from L.A. Rams[R3 - 12]
3 89 Houston Texans Nico Collins  WR Michigan Big Ten from Cleveland via Carolina[R3 - 13]
3 90 Minnesota Vikings Patrick Jones II  DE Pittsburgh ACC from Baltimore[R3 - 14]
3 91 Cleveland Browns Anthony Schwartz  WR Auburn SEC from New Orleans[R3 - 15]
3 92 Tennessee Titans Monty Rice  LB Georgia SEC from Green Bay[R3 - 16]
3 93 Buffalo Bills Spencer Brown  OT Northern Iowa MVFC
3 94 Baltimore Ravens Ben Cleveland  OG Georgia SEC from Kansas City[R3 - 17]
3 95 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Robert Hainsey  OT Notre Dame Ind. (FBS)
3* 96 New England Patriots Ronnie Perkins  DE Oklahoma Big 12
3* 97 Los Angeles Chargers Tre' McKitty  TE Georgia SEC
3* 98 Denver Broncos Quinn Meinerz  C Wisconsin–Whitewater WIAC from New Orleans[R3 - 18]
3* 99 Dallas Cowboys Nahshon Wright  CB Oregon State Pac-12
3* 100 Tennessee Titans Elijah Molden  CB Washington Pac-12
3* 101 Detroit Lions Ifeatu Melifonwu  CB Syracuse ACC from L.A. Rams[R3 - 19]
102 San Francisco 49ers Ambry Thomas  CB Michigan Big Ten 2020 Resolution JC-2A selection[a]
103 Los Angeles Rams Ernest Jones  LB South Carolina SEC 2020 Resolution JC-2A selection[b]
104 Baltimore Ravens Brandon Stephens  CB SMU The American 2020 Resolution JC-2A selection[c]
105 Denver Broncos Baron Browning  LB Ohio State Big Ten 2020 Resolution JC-2A selection[d]
from New Orleans[R3 - 20]
4 106 Jacksonville Jaguars Jay Tufele  DT USC Pac-12
4 107 New York Jets Michael Carter  RB North Carolina ACC
4 108 Atlanta Falcons Darren Hall  CB San Diego State MW
4 109 Tennessee Titans Dez Fitzpatrick  WR Louisville ACC from Houston via Carolina[R4 - 1]
4 110 Cleveland Browns James Hudson  OT Cincinnati The American from Philadelphia[R4 - 2]
4 111 Cincinnati Bengals Cameron Sample  DE Tulane The American
4 112 Detroit Lions Amon-Ra St. Brown  WR USC Pac-12
4 113 Detroit Lions Derrick Barnes  LB Purdue Big Ten from Carolina via Cleveland[R4 - 3]
4 114 Atlanta Falcons Drew Dalman  C Stanford Pac-12 from Denver[R4 - 4]
4 115 Dallas Cowboys Jabril Cox  LB LSU SEC
4 116 New York Giants Elerson Smith  DE Northern Iowa MVFC
4 117 Los Angeles Rams Bobby Brown III  DT Texas A&M SEC from San Francisco[R4 - 5]
4 118 Los Angeles Chargers Chris Rumph II  DE Duke ACC
4 119 Minnesota Vikings Kene Nwangwu  RB Iowa State Big 12
4 120 New England Patriots Rhamondre Stevenson  RB Oklahoma Big 12
4 121 Jacksonville Jaguars Jordan Smith  DE UAB C-USA from Las Vegas via Miami, Las Vegas, San Francisco,
and L.A. Rams[R4 - 6]
4 122 Cincinnati Bengals Tyler Shelvin  DT LSU SEC from Arizona via Houston and New England[R4 - 7]
4 123 Philadelphia Eagles Zech McPhearson  CB Texas Tech Big 12 from Miami[R4 - 8]
4 124 Washington Football Team John Bates  TE Boise State MW
4 125 Minnesota Vikings Camryn Bynum  CB California Pac-12 from Chicago[R4 - 9]
4 126 Carolina Panthers Chuba Hubbard  RB Oklahoma State Big 12 from Tennessee[R4 - 10]
4 127 Indianapolis Colts Kylen Granson  TE SMU The American
4 128 Pittsburgh Steelers Dan Moore  OT Texas A&M SEC
4 129 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Jaelon Darden  WR North Texas C-USA from Seattle[R4 - 11]
4 130 Los Angeles Rams Robert Rochell  CB Central Arkansas Southland from L.A. Rams via Jacksonville[R4 - 12]
4 131 Baltimore Ravens Tylan Wallace  WR Oklahoma State Big 12
4 132 Cleveland Browns Tommy Togiai  DT Ohio State Big Ten
4 133 New Orleans Saints Ian Book  QB Notre Dame Ind. (FBS)
4 134 Minnesota Vikings Janarius Robinson  DE Florida State ACC from Buffalo[R4 - 13]
4 135 Tennessee Titans Rashad Weaver  DE Pittsburgh ACC from Green Bay[R4 - 14]
4 136 Arizona Cardinals Marco Wilson  CB Florida SEC from Kansas City via Baltimore[R4 - 15]
4 137 Seattle Seahawks Tre Brown  CB Oklahoma Big 12 from Tampa Bay[R4 - 16]
4* 138 Dallas Cowboys Josh Ball  OT Marshall C-USA
4* 139 Cincinnati Bengals D'Ante Smith  OT East Carolina The American from New England[R4 - 17]
4* 140 Pittsburgh Steelers Buddy Johnson  LB Texas A&M SEC
4* 141 Los Angeles Rams Jacob Harris  WR UCF The American
4* 142 Green Bay Packers Royce Newman  OG Ole Miss SEC
4* 143 Las Vegas Raiders Tyree Gillespie  S Missouri SEC from Minnesota via N.Y. Jets[R4 - 18]
4* 144 Kansas City Chiefs Joshua Kaindoh  DE Florida State ACC
5 145 Jacksonville Jaguars Luke Farrell  TE Ohio State Big Ten
5 146 New York Jets Jamien Sherwood  S Auburn SEC
5 147 Houston Texans Brevin Jordan  TE Miami (FL) ACC
5 148 Atlanta Falcons Ta'Quon Graham  DE Texas Big 12
5 149 Cincinnati Bengals Evan McPherson  K Florida SEC
5 150 Philadelphia Eagles Kenneth Gainwell  RB Memphis The American
5 151 Chicago Bears Larry Borom  OT Missouri SEC from Carolina[R5 - 1]
5 152 Denver Broncos Caden Sterns  S Texas Big 12
5 153 Cleveland Browns Tony Fields II  LB West Virginia Big 12 from Detroit[R5 - 2]
5 154 New York Jets Michael Carter II  S Duke ACC from N.Y. Giants[R5 - 3]
5 155 San Francisco 49ers Jaylon Moore  OG Western Michigan MAC
5 156 Pittsburgh Steelers Isaiahh Loudermilk  DT Wisconsin Big Ten from Dallas via Philadelphia and Miami[R5 - 4]
5 157 Minnesota Vikings Ihmir Smith-Marsette  WR Iowa Big Ten
5 158 Carolina Panthers Daviyon Nixon  DT Iowa Big Ten from New England via Houston[R5 - 5]
5 159 Los Angeles Chargers Brenden Jaimes  OT Nebraska Big Ten
5 160 Baltimore Ravens Shaun Wade  CB Ohio State Big Ten from Arizona[R5 - 6]
5 161 Buffalo Bills Tommy Doyle  OT Miami (OH) MAC from Las Vegas[R5 - 7]
5 162 Kansas City Chiefs Noah Gray  TE Duke ACC from Miami via Las Vegas and N.Y. Jets[R5 - 8]
5 163 Washington Football Team Darrick Forrest  S Cincinnati The American
5 164 Denver Broncos Jamar Johnson  S Indiana Big Ten from Chicago via N.Y. Giants[R5 - 9]
5 165 Indianapolis Colts Shawn Davis  S Florida SEC
5 166 Carolina Panthers Keith Taylor  CB Washington Pac-12 from Tennessee[R5 - 10]
5 167 Las Vegas Raiders Nate Hobbs  CB Illinois Big Ten from Seattle[R5 - 11]
5 168 Minnesota Vikings Zach Davidson  TE Central Missouri MIAA from Pittsburgh via Baltimore[R5 - 12]
5 169 Cleveland Browns Richard LeCounte  S Georgia SEC from L.A. Rams[R5 - 13]
5 170 Houston Texans Garret Wallow  LB TCU Big 12 from Cleveland via Jacksonville and L.A. Rams[R5 - 14]
5 171 Baltimore Ravens Daelin Hayes  DE Notre Dame Ind. (FBS)
5 172 San Francisco 49ers Deommodore Lenoir  CB Oregon Pac-12 from New Orleans[R5 - 15]
5 173 Green Bay Packers Tedarrell Slaton  DT Florida SEC
5 174 Los Angeles Rams Earnest Brown IV  DE Northwestern Big Ten from Buffalo via Houston[R5 - 16]
5 175 New York Jets Jason Pinnock  CB Pittsburgh ACC from Kansas City[R5 - 17]
5 176 Tampa Bay Buccaneers K. J. Britt  LB Auburn SEC
5* 177 New England Patriots Cameron McGrone  LB Michigan Big Ten 33rd compensatory selection[N 1]
5* 178 Green Bay Packers Shemar Jean-Charles  CB Appalachian State Sun Belt
5* 179 Dallas Cowboys Simi Fehoko  WR Stanford Pac-12
5* 180 San Francisco 49ers Talanoa Hufanga  S USC Pac-12
5* 181 Kansas City Chiefs Cornell Powell  WR Clemson ACC
5* 182 Atlanta Falcons Adetokunbo Ogundeji  DE Notre Dame Ind. (FBS)
5* 183 Atlanta Falcons Avery Williams  CB Boise State MW
5* 184 Baltimore Ravens Ben Mason  FB Michigan Big Ten
6 185 Los Angeles Chargers Nick Niemann  LB Iowa Big Ten from Jacksonville via Tennessee[R6 - 1]
6 186 New York Jets Hamsah Nasirildeen  S Florida State ACC from N.Y. Jets via New England[R6 - 2]
6 187 Atlanta Falcons Frank Darby  WR Arizona State Pac-12
6 188 New England Patriots Joshuah Bledsoe  S Missouri SEC from Houston[R6 - 3]
6 189 Philadelphia Eagles Marlon Tuipulotu  DT USC Pac-12
6 190 Cincinnati Bengals Trey Hill  C Georgia SEC
6 191 Philadelphia Eagles Tarron Jackson  DE Coastal Carolina Sun Belt from Denver via Carolina[R6 - 4]
6 192 Dallas Cowboys Quinton Bohanna  DT Kentucky SEC from Detroit[R6 - 5]
6 193 Carolina Panthers Deonte Brown  OG Alabama SEC
6 194 San Francisco 49ers Elijah Mitchell  RB Louisiana Sun Belt
6 195 Houston Texans Roy Lopez  DT Arizona Pac-12 from Dallas via New England[R6 - 6]
6 196 New York Giants Gary Brightwell  RB Arizona Pac-12
6 197 New England Patriots William Sherman  OT Colorado Pac-12
6 198 Los Angeles Chargers Larry Rountree III  RB Missouri SEC
6 199 Minnesota Vikings Jaylen Twyman  DT Pittsburgh ACC
6 200 New York Jets Brandin Echols  CB Kentucky SEC Forfeiture of selection announced,
but later rescinded;[N 2] from Las Vegas[R6 - 7]
6 201 New York Giants Rodarius Williams  CB Oklahoma State Big 12 from Arizona[R6 - 8]
6 202 Cincinnati Bengals Chris Evans  RB Michigan Big Ten from Miami via Houston[R6 - 9]
6 203 Buffalo Bills Marquez Stevenson  WR Houston The American from Washington via Las Vegas, Miami, and Houston[R6 - 10]
6 204 Carolina Panthers Shi Smith  WR South Carolina SEC from Chicago[R6 - 11]
6 205 Tennessee Titans Racey McMath  WR LSU SEC
6 206 New Orleans Saints Landon Young  OT Kentucky SEC from Indianapolis[R6 - 12]
6 207 New York Jets Jonathan Marshall  DT Arkansas SEC from Pittsburgh via Miami and Kansas City[R6 - 13]
6 208 Seattle Seahawks Stone Forsythe  OT Florida SEC from Seattle via Miami and Chicago[R6 - 14]
6 209 Jacksonville Jaguars Jalen Camp  WR Georgia Tech ACC from L.A. Rams[R6 - 15]
6 210 Arizona Cardinals Victor Dimukeje  DE Duke ACC from Baltimore[R6 - 16]
6 211 Cleveland Browns Demetric Felton  WR UCLA Pac-12
6 212 Buffalo Bills Damar Hamlin  S Pittsburgh ACC from New Orleans via Houston[R6 - 17]
6 213 Buffalo Bills Rachad Wildgoose  CB Wisconsin Big Ten
6 214 Green Bay Packers Cole Van Lanen  OG Wisconsin Big Ten
6 215 Tennessee Titans Brady Breeze  S Oregon Pac-12 from Kansas City[R6 - 18]
6 216 Pittsburgh Steelers Quincy Roche  DE Miami (FL) ACC from Tampa Bay[R6 - 19]
6* 217 Chicago Bears Khalil Herbert  RB Virginia Tech ACC from Tampa Bay via Seattle[R6 - 20]
6* 218 Indianapolis Colts Sam Ehlinger  QB Texas Big 12 from New Orleans[R6 - 21]
6* 219 Denver Broncos Seth Williams  WR Auburn SEC from Atlanta[R6 - 22]
6* 220 Green Bay Packers Isaiah McDuffie  LB Boston College ACC
6* 221 Chicago Bears Dazz Newsome  WR North Carolina ACC
6* 222 Carolina Panthers Thomas Fletcher  LS Alabama SEC
6* 223 Arizona Cardinals Tay Gowan  CB UCF The American from Minnesota[R6 - 23]
6* 224 Philadelphia Eagles JaCoby Stevens  S LSU SEC
6* 225 Washington Football Team Camaron Cheeseman  LS Michigan Big Ten from Philadelphia[R6 - 24]
6* 226 Kansas City Chiefs Trey Smith  OG Tennessee SEC from Carolina via N.Y. Jets[R6 - 25]
6* 227 Dallas Cowboys Israel Mukuamu  CB South Carolina SEC
6* 228 Chicago Bears Thomas Graham Jr.  CB Oregon Pac-12
7 229 Indianapolis Colts Mike Strachan  WR Charleston (WV) MEC from Jacksonville via New Orleans[R7 - 1]
7 230 Las Vegas Raiders Jimmy Morrissey  C Pittsburgh ACC from N.Y. Jets via San Francisco[R7 - 2]
7 231 Miami Dolphins Larnel Coleman  OT UMass Ind. (FBS) from Houston[R7 - 3]
7 232 Carolina Panthers Phil Hoskins  DT Kentucky SEC from Atlanta via Miami and Tennessee[R7 - 4]
7 233 Los Angeles Rams Jake Funk  RB Maryland Big Ten from Cincinnati via Houston[R7 - 5]
7 234 Philadelphia Eagles Patrick Johnson  DE Tulane The American
7 235 Cincinnati Bengals Wyatt Hubert  DE Kansas State Big 12 from Detroit via Seattle[R7 - 6]
7 236 Buffalo Bills Jack Anderson  OG Texas Tech Big 12 from Carolina[R7 - 7]
7 237 Denver Broncos Kary Vincent Jr.  CB LSU SEC
7 238 Dallas Cowboys Matt Farniok  OG Nebraska Big Ten
7 239 Denver Broncos Jonathon Cooper  DE Ohio State Big Ten from N.Y. Giants[R7 - 8]
7 240 Washington Football Team William Bradley-King  DE Baylor Big 12 from San Francisco via Philadelphia[R7 - 9]
7 241 Los Angeles Chargers Mark Webb  S Georgia SEC
7 241.5 Minnesota Vikings Selection forfeited[Forfeit 2]
7 242 New England Patriots Tre Nixon  WR UCF The American
7 243 Arizona Cardinals James Wiggins  S Cincinnati The American
7 244 Miami Dolphins Gerrid Doaks  RB Cincinnati The American from Las Vegas via Washington[R7 - 10]
7 245 Pittsburgh Steelers Tre Norwood  CB Oklahoma Big 12 from Miami[R7 - 11]
7 246 Washington Football Team Shaka Toney  DE Penn State Big Ten
7 247 Arizona Cardinals Michal Menet  C Penn State Big Ten from Chicago via Las Vegas[R7 - 12]
7 248 Indianapolis Colts Will Fries  OG Penn State Big Ten
7 249 Los Angeles Rams Ben Skowronek  WR Notre Dame Ind. (FBS) from Tennessee via Jacksonville[R7 - 13]
7 250 Chicago Bears Khyiris Tonga  DT BYU Ind. (FBS) from Seattle[R7 - 14]
7 251 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Chris Wilcox  CB BYU Ind. (FBS) from Pittsburgh[R7 - 15]
7 252 Los Angeles Rams Chris Garrett  LB Concordia–St. Paul NSIC
7 253 Denver Broncos Marquiss Spencer  DE Mississippi State SEC from Cleveland[R7 - 16]
7 254 Pittsburgh Steelers Pressley Harvin III  P Georgia Tech ACC from Baltimore[R7 - 17]
2020 Ray Guy Award winner
7 255 New Orleans Saints Kawaan Baker  WR South Alabama Sun Belt Forfeiture of selection announced,
but later rescinded[N 3]
7 256 Green Bay Packers Kylin Hill  RB Mississippi State SEC
7 257 Detroit Lions Jermar Jefferson  RB Oregon State Pac-12 from Buffalo via Cleveland[R7 - 18]
7 258 Washington Football Team Dax Milne  WR BYU Ind. (FBS) from Kansas City via Miami[R7 - 19]
7 259 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Grant Stuard  LB Houston The American

Trades

In the explanations below, (PD) indicates trades completed prior to the start of the draft (i.e. Pre-Draft), while (D) denotes trades that took place during the draft.

Round one

  1. ^ Multiple trades:
           No. 3: Houston → Miami (PD). Houston traded first- and second-round selections, a 2020 first-round selection, as well as offensive tackle Julién Davenport and defensive back Johnson Bademosi to Miami in exchange for wide receiver Kenny Stills, offensive tackle Laremy Tunsil, a sixth-round selection, and a 2020 fourth-round selection.[trade 1]
           No. 3: Miami → San Francisco (PD). Miami traded a first-round selection (3rd overall) to San Francisco in exchange for a first-round selection (12th overall), 2022 first- and third-round selections, and a 2023 first-round selection.[trade 2]
  2. ^ No. 6: Philadelphia → Miami (PD). Philadelphia traded its first- and fifth-round selections (6th and 156th overall) to Miami in exchange for first- and fourth-round selections (12th and 123rd overall), and a 2022 first-round selection.[trade 3]
  3. ^ No. 10: Dallas → Philadelphia (D). Dallas traded its first-round selection (10th overall) to Philadelphia in exchange for first- and third-round selections (12th and 84th overall).[trade 4]
  4. ^ No. 11: N.Y. Giants → Chicago (D). The New York Giants traded its first-round selection (11th overall) to Chicago in exchange for first- and fifth-round selections (20th and 164th overall), alongside their 2022 first and fourth-round selections.[trade 5]
  5. ^ Multiple trades:
           No. 12: San Francisco → Miami (PD). See No. 3: Miami → San Francisco.[trade 2]
           No. 12: Miami → Philadelphia (PD). See No. 6: Philadelphia → Miami.[trade 3]
           No. 12: Philadelphia → Dallas (D). See No. 10: Dallas → Philadelphia.[trade 4]
  6. ^ No. 14: Minnesota → N.Y. Jets (D). Minnesota traded first- and fourth-round selections (14th and 143rd overall) to the N.Y. Jets in exchange for their first- and two third-round selections (23rd, 66th, and 86th overall).[trade 6]
  7. ^ No. 20: Chicago → N.Y. Giants (D). See No. 11: N.Y. Giants → Chicago.[trade 5]
  8. ^ Multiple trades:
           No. 23: Seattle → N.Y. Jets (PD). Seattle traded first- and third-round selections, a 2022 first-round selection, and safety Bradley McDougald to the New York Jets in exchange for a 2022 fourth-round selection and safety Jamal Adams.[trade 7]
           No. 23: N.Y. Jets → Minnesota (D). See No. 14: Minnesota → N.Y. Jets.[trade 6]
  9. ^ No. 25: L.A. Rams → Jacksonville (PD). The Los Angeles Rams traded their first- and fourth-round selections and a 2020 first-round selection to Jacksonville in exchange for cornerback Jalen Ramsey.[trade 8]
  10. ^ No. 31: Kansas City → Baltimore (PD). Kansas City traded first, third, and fourth-round selections (31st, 94th, and 136th overall) and a 2022 fifth-round selection to Baltimore in exchange for a second-round selection (58th overall), a 2022 sixth-round selection, and offensive tackle Orlando Brown Jr.[trade 9]

Round two

  1. ^ No. 35: Atlanta → Denver (D). Atlanta traded second- and sixth-round selections (35th and 219th overall) to Denver in exchange for second- and fourth-round selections (40th and 114th overall).[trade 10]
  2. ^ No. 36: Houston → Miami (PD). See No. 3: Houston → Miami.[trade 1]
  3. ^ No. 38: Cincinnati → New England (D). Cincinnati traded a second-round selection (38th overall) to New England in exchange for a second-round and two fourth-round selections (46th, 122nd, and 139th overall).[trade 10]
  4. ^ No. 39: Carolina → Chicago (D). Carolina traded a second- and fifth-round selection (39th and 151st overall) to Chicago in exchange for second-, third-, and sixth-round selections (52nd, 83rd, and 204th overall).[trade 10]
  5. ^ No. 40: Denver → Atlanta (D). See No. 35: Atlanta → Denver.[trade 10]
  6. ^ No. 42: N.Y. Giants → Miami (D). The N.Y. Giants traded a second-round selection (42nd overall) to Miami in exchange for a second-round selection (50th overall) and a 2022 third-round selection.[trade 10]
  7. ^ No. 43: San Francisco → Las Vegas (D). San Francisco traded second- and seventh-round selections (43rd and 230th overall) to Las Vegas in exchange for second- and fourth-round selections (48th and 121st overall).[trade 10]
  8. ^ No. 45: Minnesota → Jacksonville (PD). Minnesota traded a second-round selection and a previously-conditional 2022 fifth-round selection to Jacksonville in exchange for defensive end Yannick Ngakoue.[trade 11] The fifth-round selection would have upgraded to either the fourth round if Ngakoue was selected to the Pro Bowl at the end of the 2020 season or the third round if Minnesota had won the Super Bowl, but neither of these conditions was met.
  9. ^ No. 46: New England → Cincinnati (D). See No. 38: Cincinnati → New England.[trade 10]
  10. ^ No. 48: Las Vegas → San Francisco (D). See No. 43: San Francisco → Las Vegas.[trade 10]
  11. ^ No. 50: Miami → N.Y. Giants (D). See No. 42: N.Y. Giants → Miami.[trade 10]
  12. ^ Multiple trades:[trade 10]
           No. 52: Chicago → Carolina (D). See No. 39: Carolina → Chicago.
           No. 52: Carolina → Cleveland (D). Carolina traded second- and fourth-round selections (52nd and 113th overall) to Cleveland in exchange for second- and third-round selections (59th and 89th overall).
  13. ^ No. 58: Baltimore → Kansas City (PD). See No. 31: Kansas City → Baltimore.[trade 9]
  14. ^ No. 59: Cleveland → Carolina (D). See No. 52: Carolina → Cleveland.[trade 10]

Round three

  1. ^ No. 66: N.Y. Jets → Minnesota (D). See No. 14: Minnesota → N.Y. Jets.[trade 6]
  2. ^ No. 70: Philadelphia → Carolina (D). Philadelphia traded a third-round selection (70th overall) to Carolina in exchange for third- and sixth-round selections (73rd and 191st overall).[trade 10]
  3. ^ No. 71: Denver → N.Y. Giants (D). Denver traded a third-round selection (71st overall) to the N.Y. Giants in exchange for third- and fifth-round selections (76th and 164th overall).[trade 12]
  4. ^ No. 73: Carolina → Philadelphia (D). See No. 70: Philadelphia → Carolina.[trade 10]
  5. ^ No. 74: San Francisco → Washington (PD). San Francisco traded third-round and 2020 fifth-round selections to Washington in exchange for offensive tackle Trent Williams.[trade 13]
  6. ^ Multiple trades:
           No. 76: N.Y. Giants → Denver (D). See No. 71: Denver → N.Y. Giants.[trade 12]
           No. 76: Denver → New Orleans (D). Denver traded a third-round selection (76th overall) to New Orleans in exchange for two third-round selections (98th and 105th overall).[trade 10]
  7. ^ No. 79: Arizona → Las Vegas (PD). Arizona traded a third-round selection to Las Vegas in exchange for a seventh-round selection and center Rodney Hudson.[trade 14]
  8. ^ No. 83: Chicago → Carolina (D). See No. 39: Carolina → Chicago.[trade 10]
  9. ^ Multiple trades:
           No. 84: Indianapolis → Philadelphia (PD). Indianapolis traded a third-round selection and a 2022 conditional second-round selection, which could go up to the first round, to Philadelphia in exchange for quarterback Carson Wentz.[trade 15]
           No. 84: Philadelphia → Dallas (D). See No. 10: Dallas → Philadelphia.[trade 4]
  10. ^ No. 85: Tennessee → Green Bay (D). Tennessee traded a third-round selection (85th overall) to Green Bay in exchange for third- and fourth-round selections (92nd and 135th overall).[trade 10]
  11. ^ Multiple trades:
           No. 86: Seattle → N.Y. Jets (PD). See No. 23: Seattle → N.Y. Jets.[trade 7]
           No. 86: N.Y. Jets → Minnesota (D). See No. 14: Minnesota → N.Y. Jets.[trade 6]
  12. ^ No. 88: L.A. Rams → San Francisco (D). The L.A. Rams traded a third-round selection (88th overall) to San Francisco in exchange for two fourth-round selections (117th and 121st overall).[trade 10]
  13. ^ Multiple trades:[trade 10]
           No. 89: Cleveland → Carolina (D). See No. 52: Carolina → Cleveland.
           No. 89: Carolina → Houston (D). Carolina traded a third-round selection (89th overall) to Houston in exchange for fourth- and fifth-round selections (109th and 158th overall) and a 2022 fourth-round selection.
  14. ^ No. 91: Baltimore → Minnesota (PD). Baltimore traded a third-round section and a conditional 2022 fifth-round selection to Minnesota in exchange for defensive end Yannick Ngakoue.[trade 16]
  15. ^ No. 91: New Orleans → Cleveland (PD). New Orleans traded third-round and 2020 third-round selections to Cleveland in exchange for 2020 third- and seventh-round selections.[trade 17]
  16. ^ No. 92: Green Bay → Tennessee (D). See No. 85: Tennessee → Green Bay.[trade 10]
  17. ^ No. 94: Kansas City → Baltimore (PD). See No. 31: Kansas City → Baltimore.[trade 9]
  18. ^ No. 98: New Orleans → Denver (D). See No. 76: Denver → New Orleans.[trade 10]
  19. ^ No. 101: L.A. Rams → Detroit (PD). The L.A. Rams traded a third-round selection, 2022 and 2023 first-round selections, and quarterback Jared Goff to Detroit in exchange for quarterback Matthew Stafford.[trade 18]
  20. ^ No. 105: New Orleans → Denver (D). See No. 76: Denver → New Orleans.[trade 10]

Round four

  1. ^ Multiple trades:[trade 10]
           No. 109: Houston → Carolina (D). See No. 89: Carolina → Houston.
           No. 109: Carolina → Tennessee (D). Carolina traded a fourth-round selection (109th overall) to Tennessee in exchange for fourth-, fifth-, and seventh-round selections (126th, 166th, and 232nd overall).
  2. ^ No. 110: Philadelphia → Cleveland (PD). Philadelphia traded a fourth-round selection to Cleveland in exchange for pass rusher Genard Avery.[trade 19]
  3. ^ Multiple trades:[trade 10]
           No. 113: Carolina → Cleveland (D). See No. 52: Carolina → Cleveland.
           No. 113: Cleveland → Detroit (D). Cleveland traded fourth- and seventh-round selections (113th and 257th overall) to Detroit in exchange for a fifth-round selection (153rd overall) and a 2022 fourth-round selection.
  4. ^ No. 114: Denver → Atlanta (D). See No. 35: Atlanta → Denver.[trade 10]
  5. ^ No. 117: San Francisco → L.A. Rams (D). See No. 88: L.A. Rams → San Francisco.[trade 10]
  6. ^ Multiple trades:
           No. 121: Las Vegas → Miami (PD). Las Vegas traded a fourth-round selection to Miami in exchange for linebacker Raekwon McMillan and a fifth-round selection.[trade 20]
           No. 121: Miami → Las Vegas (PD). Miami returned the fourth-round selection, originally from Las Vegas, to the Raiders in exchange for Lynn Bowden and a sixth-round selection.[trade 21]
           No. 121: Las Vegas → San Francisco (D). See No. 43: San Francisco → Las Vegas.[trade 10]
           No. 121: San Francisco → L.A. Rams (D). See No. 88: L.A. Rams → San Francisco.[trade 10]
           No. 121: L.A. Rams → Jacksonville (D). The L.A. Rams traded fourth- and sixth-round selections (121st and 209th overall) to Jacksonville in exchange for fourth-, fifth, and seventh-round selections (130th, 170th, and 249th overall).[trade 10]
  7. ^ Multiple trades:
           No. 122: Arizona → Houston (PD). Arizona traded fourth-round and 2020 second-round selections as well as running back David Johnson to Houston in exchange for wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins and a 2020 fourth-round selection.[trade 22]
           No. 122: Houston → New England (PD). Houston traded fourth- and sixth-round selections to New England for offensive lineman Marcus Cannon, as well as fifth- and sixth-round selections.[trade 23]
           No. 122: New England → Cincinnati (D). See No. 38: Cincinnati → New England.[trade 10]
  8. ^ No. 123: Miami → Philadelphia (PD). See No. 6: Philadelphia → Miami.[trade 3]
  9. ^ No. 125: Chicago → Minnesota (PD). Chicago traded a fourth-round selection to Minnesota in exchange for a 2020 fifth-round selection.[trade 24]
  10. ^ No. 126: Tennessee → Carolina (D). See No. 109: Carolina → Tennessee.[trade 10]
  11. ^ No. 129: Seattle → Tampa Bay (D). Seattle traded a fourth-round selection (129th overall) to Tampa Bay in exchange for fourth- and sixth-round selections (137th and 217th overall)[trade 10]
  12. ^ Multiple trades:
           No. 130: L.A. Rams → Jacksonville (PD). See No. 25: L.A. Rams → Jacksonville.[trade 8]
           No. 130: Jacksonville → L.A. Rams (D). See No. 121: L.A. Rams → Jacksonville.[trade 10]
  13. ^ No. 134: Buffalo → Minnesota (PD). Buffalo traded a fourth-round selection as well as 2020 first-, fifth-, and sixth-round selections to Minnesota in exchange for wide receiver Stefon Diggs and a 2020 seventh-round selection.[trade 25]
  14. ^ No. 135: Green Bay → Tennessee (D). See No. 85: Tennessee → Green Bay.[trade 10]
  15. ^ Multiple trades:
           No. 136: Kansas City → Baltimore (PD). See No. 31: Kansas City → Baltimore.[trade 9]
           No. 136: Baltimore → Arizona (D). Baltimore traded fourth- and sixth-round selections (136th and 210th overall) to Arizona in exchange for a fifth-round selection (160th overall) and a 2022 fourth-round selection.[trade 10]
  16. ^ No. 137: Tampa Bay → Seattle (D). See No. 129: Seattle → Tampa Bay.[trade 10]
  17. ^ No. 122: New England → Cincinnati (D). See No. 38: Cincinnati → New England.[trade 10]
  18. ^ Multiple trades:
           No. 143: Minnesota → N.Y. Jets (D). See No. 14: Minnesota → N.Y. Jets.[trade 6]
           No. 143: N.Y. Jets → Las Vegas (D). The Jets traded Minnesota's fourth-round selection (143rd overall) to Las Vegas in exchange for fifth- and sixth-round selections (162nd and 200th overall).[trade 10]

Round five

  1. ^ No. 151: Carolina → Chicago (D). See No. 39: Carolina → Chicago.[trade 10]
  2. ^ No. 153: Detroit → Cleveland (D). See No. 113: Cleveland → Detroit.[trade 10]
  3. ^ No. 154: N.Y. Giants → N.Y. Jets (PD). The Giants traded their fifth-round and 2020 third-round selections to the Jets in exchange for defensive end Leonard Williams.[trade 26]
  4. ^ Multiple trades:
           No. 156: Dallas → Philadelphia (PD). Dallas traded 2020 and 2021 fifth-round selections to Philadelphia in exchange for a 2020 fourth-round selection.[trade 27]
           No. 156: Philadelphia → Miami (PD). See No. 6: Philadelphia → Miami.[trade 3]
           No. 156: Miami → Pittsburgh (D). Miami traded Dallas's fifth-round selection (156th overall) to Pittsburgh in exchange for a 2022 fourth-round selection.[trade 10]
  5. ^ Multiple trades:
           No. 158: New England → Houston (PD). See No. 122: Houston → New England.[trade 23]
           No. 158: Houston → Carolina (D). See No. 89: Carolina → Houston.[trade 10]
  6. ^ No. 160: Arizona → Baltimore (D). See No. 136: Baltimore → Arizona.[trade 10]
  7. ^ No. 161: Las Vegas → Buffalo (PD). Las Vegas traded a fifth-round selection to Buffalo in exchange for wide receiver Zay Jones.[trade 28]
  8. ^ Multiple trades:[trade 20][trade 10]
           No. 162: Miami → Las Vegas (PD). See No. 121: Las Vegas → Miami.
           No. 162: Las Vegas → N.Y. Jets (D). See No. 143: N.Y. Jets → Las Vegas.
           No. 162: N.Y. Jets → Kansas City (D). The Jets traded fifth- and sixth-round selections (162nd and 226th overall) to Kansas City in exchange for fifth- and sixth-round selections (175th and 207th overall).
  9. ^ Multiple trades:
           No. 164: Chicago → N.Y. Giants (D). See No. 11: N.Y. Giants → Chicago.[trade 5]
           No. 164: N.Y. Giants → Denver (D). See No. 71: Denver → N.Y. Giants.[trade 12]
  10. ^ No. 166: Tennessee → Carolina (D). See No. 109: Carolina → Tennessee.[trade 10]
  11. ^ No. 167: Seattle → Las Vegas (PD). Seattle traded a fifth-round selection to Las Vegas in exchange for offensive guard Gabe Jackson.[trade 29]
  12. ^ Multiple trades:
           No. 168: Pittsburgh → Baltimore (PD). Pittsburgh traded a fifth-round selection to Baltimore in exchange for defensive end Chris Wormley and a seventh-round selection.[trade 30]
           No. 168: Baltimore → Minnesota (PD). Baltimore traded Pittsburgh's fifth-round selection and a 2020 seventh-round selection to Minnesota in exchange for 2020 sixth- and seventh-round selections.[trade 31]
  13. ^ No. 169: L.A. Rams → Cleveland (PD). The L.A. Rams traded a fifth-round selection to Cleveland in exchange for offensive lineman Austin Corbett.[trade 32]
  14. ^ Multiple trades:
           No. 170: Cleveland → Jacksonville (PD). Cleveland traded a fifth-round selection to Jacksonville in exchange for safety Ronnie Harrison.[trade 33]
           No. 170: Jacksonville → L.A. Rams (D). See No. 121: L.A. Rams → Jacksonville.[trade 10]
           No. 170: L.A. Rams → Houston (D). The Rams traded Cleveland's fifth-round selection (170th overall) to Houston in exchange for fifth- and seventh-round selections (174th and 233rd).[trade 10]
  15. ^ No. 172: New Orleans → San Francisco (PD). New Orleans traded a conditional fifth-round selection and linebacker Kiko Alonso to San Francisco in exchange for linebacker Kwon Alexander. Alonso met the conditions for that selection.[trade 34]
  16. ^ Multiple trades:[trade 10]
           No. 174: Buffalo → Houston (D). Buffalo traded a fifth-round selection (174th overall) to Houston in exchange for two sixth-round selections (203rd and 212th overall).
           No. 174: Houston → L.A. Rams (D). See No. 170: L.A. Rams → Houston.
  17. ^ No. 175: Kansas City → N.Y. Jets (D). See No. 162: N.Y. Jets → Kansas City.[trade 10]

Round six

  1. ^ Multiple trades:
           No. 185: Jacksonville → Tennessee (PD). Jacksonville traded a sixth-round selection to Tennessee in exchange for a seventh-round selection and linebacker Kamalei Correa.[trade 35]
           No. 185: Tennessee → L.A. Chargers (PD). Tennessee traded Jacksonville's six-round selection to the Los Angeles Chargers in exchange for cornerback Desmond King.[trade 36]
  2. ^ Multiple trades:
           No. 186: N.Y. Jets → New England (PD). The New York Jets traded a sixth-round selection to New England in exchange for wide receiver Demaryius Thomas.[trade 37]
           No. 186: New England → N.Y. Jets (PD). The Jets re-acquired their sixth-round selection and acquired two 2020 fourth-round selections from New England in exchange for a 2020 third-round selection.[trade 38]
  3. ^ No. 188: Houston → New England (PD). See No. 122: Houston → New England.[trade 23]
  4. ^ Multiple trades:
           No. 191: Denver → Carolina (PD). Denver traded its sixth-round selection to Carolina in exchange for quarterback Teddy Bridgewater.[trade 39]
           No. 191: Carolina → Philadelphia (D). See No. 70: Philadelphia → Carolina.[trade 10]
  5. ^ No. 192: Detroit → Dallas (PD). Detroit traded a conditional sixth-round selection to Dallas in exchange for defensive end Everson Griffen, who met the conditions for that selection.[trade 40]
  6. ^ Multiple trades:
           No. 195: Dallas → New England (PD). Dallas traded a sixth-round selection to New England in exchange for defensive end Michael Bennett.[trade 41]
           No. 195: New England → Houston (PD). See No. 122: Houston → New England.[trade 23]
  7. ^ No. 200: Las Vegas → N.Y. Jets (D). See No. 143: N.Y. Jets → Las Vegas.[trade 10]
  8. ^ No. 201: Arizona → N.Y. Giants (PD). Arizona traded a sixth-round selection to the New York Giants in exchange for linebacker Markus Golden.[trade 42]
  9. ^ Multiple trades:
           No. 202: Miami → Houston (PD). See No. 3: Houston → Miami.[trade 1]
           No. 202: Houston → Cincinnati (PD). Houston traded Miami's sixth-round pick in exchange for a seventh-round selection and quarterback Ryan Finley.[trade 43]
  10. ^ Multiple trades:
           No. 203: Washington → Las Vegas (PD). Washington traded a sixth-round selection to Las Vegas in exchange for a seventh-round selection and offensive tackle David Sharpe.[trade 44]
           No. 203: Las Vegas → Miami (PD). See No. 121: Miami → Las Vegas.[trade 21] Miami originally was supposed to receive Las Vegas's original sixth-round selection that was initially forfeited for repeated COVID-19 protocol violations during the 2020 season[13] but later reinstated on appeal.
           No. 203: Miami → Houston (PD) Miami traded a sixth-round selection and defensive end Shaq Lawson to Houston in exchange for a seventh-round selection and linebacker Benardrick McKinney.[trade 45]
           No. 203: Houston → Buffalo (D). See No. 174: Buffalo → Houston.[trade 10]
  11. ^ No. 204: Chicago → Carolina (D). See No. 39: Carolina → Chicago.[trade 10]
  12. ^ No. 206: Indianapolis → New Orleans (D). Indianapolis traded a sixth-round selection (206th overall) to New Orleans in exchange for sixth- and seventh-round selections (218th and 229th overall.)[trade 10]
  13. ^ Multiple trades:
           No. 207: Pittsburgh → Miami (PD). Pittsburgh traded a sixth-round selection, 2020 first and fifth-round selections to Miami in exchange for a seventh-round selection, a 2020 fourth-round selection, and safety Minkah Fitzpatrick.[trade 46]
           No. 207: Miami → Kansas City (PD). Miami traded Pittsburgh's sixth-round selection to Kansas City in exchange for a seventh-round selection and running back DeAndre Washington.[trade 47]
           No. 207: Kansas City → N.Y. Jets (D). See No. 162: N.Y. Jets → Kansas City.[trade 10]
  14. ^ Multiple trades:
           No. 208: Seattle → Miami (PD). Seattle traded a sixth-round selection to Miami in exchange for a 2020 seventh-round selection.[trade 48]
           No. 208: Miami → Chicago (PD). Miami traded Seattle's sixth-round selection, which went up conditionally from the seventh round, to Chicago in exchange for tight end Adam Shaheen, who met the conditions for that selection.[trade 49]
           No. 208: Chicago → Seattle (D). Seattle re-acquired its sixth-round selecton (208th overall) from Chicago in exchange for sixth- and seventh-round selections (217th and 250th overall).[trade 10]
  15. ^ No. 209: L.A. Rams → Jacksonville (D). See No. 121: L.A. Rams → Jacksonville.[trade 10]
  16. ^ No. 210: Baltimore → Arizona (D). See No. 136: Baltimore → Arizona.[trade 10]
  17. ^ Multiple trades:
           No. 212: New Orleans → Houston (PD). New Orleans traded a sixth-round selection to Houston in exchange for a 2020 seventh-round selection.[trade 50]
           No. 212: Houston → Buffalo (D). See No. 174: Buffalo → Houston.[trade 10]
  18. ^ No. 215: Kansas City → Tennessee (PD). Kansas City traded a sixth-round selection to Tennessee in exchange for a 2020 seventh-round selection.[trade 51]
  19. ^ No. 216: Tampa Bay → Pittsburgh (PD). Tampa Bay traded a sixth-round selection to Pittsburgh for offensive tackle Jerald Hawkins and a seventh-round selection.[trade 52]
  20. ^ Multiple trades:[trade 10]
           No. 217: Tampa Bay → Seattle (D). See No. 129: Seattle → Tampa Bay.
           No. 217: Seattle → Chicago (D). See No. 208: Chicago → Seattle.
  21. ^ No. 218: New Orleans → Indianapolis (D). See No. 206: Indianapolis → New Orleans.[trade 10]
  22. ^ No. 219: Atlanta → Denver (D). See No. 35: Atlanta → Denver.[trade 10]
  23. ^ No. 223: Arizona → Las Vegas (PD). Minnesota traded a sixth-round selection to Arizona in exchange for center Mason Cole.[trade 53]
  24. ^ No. 225: Philadelphia → Washington (D). Philadelphia traded sixth- and seventh-round selections (225th and 240th overall) to Washington in exchange for a 2022 fifth-round selection.[trade 10]
  25. ^ Multiple trades:
           No. 226: Carolina → N.Y. Jets (PD). Carolina traded a sixth-round selection (226th overall), 2022 second- and fourth-round selections to the New York Jets in exchange for quarterback Sam Darnold.[trade 54]
           No. 226: N.Y. Jets → Kansas City (D). See No. 162: N.Y. Jets → Kansas City.[trade 10]

Round seven

  1. ^ Multiple trades:
           No. 229: Jacksonville → New Orleans (PD). Jacksonville traded a seventh-round selection to New Orleans in exchange for defensive tackle Malcom Brown.[trade 55]
           No. 229: New Orleans → Indianapolis (D). See No. 206: Indianapolis → New Orleans.[trade 10]
  2. ^ Multiple trades:
           No. 230: N.Y. Jets → San Francisco (PD). The New York Jets traded linebacker Jordan Willis and a seventh-round selection to San Francisco in exchange for a 2022 sixth-round selection.[trade 56]
           No. 230: San Francisco → Las Vegas (D). See No. 43: San Francisco → Las Vegas.[trade 10]
  3. ^ No. 231: Houston → Miami (PD). See No. 203: Miami → Houston.[trade 45]
  4. ^ Multiple trades:
           No. 232: Atlanta → Miami (PD). Atlanta traded a seventh-round selection to Miami in exchange for defensive end Charles Harris.[trade 57]
           No. 232: Miami → Tennessee (PD). Miami traded Atlanta's seventh-round selection to Tennessee in exchange for offensive lineman Isaiah Wilson and a 2022 seventh-round selection.[trade 58]
           No. 232: Tennessee → Carolina (D). See No. 109: Carolina → Tennessee.[trade 10]
  5. ^ Multiple trades:
           No. 233: Cincinnati → Houston (PD). See No. 202: Houston → Cincinnati.[trade 43]
           No. 233: Houston → L.A. Rams (D). See No. 170: L.A. Rams → Houston.[trade 10]
  6. ^ Multiple trades:
           No. 235: Detroit → Seattle (PD). Detroit traded safety Quandre Diggs and a seventh-round selection to Seattle in exchange for a 2020 fifth-round selection.[trade 59]
           No. 235: Seattle → Cincinnati (PD). Seattle traded center B. J. Finney and Detroit's seventh-round selection to Cincinnati for defensive end Carlos Dunlap.[trade 60]
  7. ^ No. 236: Carolina → Buffalo (PD). Carolina traded a seventh-round selection to Buffalo in exchange for offensive tackle Marshall Newhouse.[trade 61]
  8. ^ No. 239: N.Y. Giants → Denver (PD). The New York Giants traded a seventh-round selection to Denver in exchange for cornerback Isaac Yiadom.[trade 62]
  9. ^ Multiple trades:
           No. 240: San Francisco → Philadelphia (PD). San Francisco traded a seventh-round selection, its 2020 sixth-round selection (210th overall), and wide receiver Marquise Goodwin to Philadelphia in exchange for a 2020 sixth-round selection (190th overall) and the right to have Goodwin revert to the 49ers after the 2020 NFL season.[trade 63]
           No. 240: Philadelphia → Washington (D). See No. 225: Philadelphia → Washington.[trade 10]
  10. ^ Multiple trades:
           No. 244: Las Vegas → Washington (PD). See No. 203: Washington → Las Vegas.[trade 44]
           No. 244: Washington → Miami (PD). Washington traded a seventh-round selection (244th overall) to Miami in exchange for a seventh-round selection (258th overall) and offensive lineman Ereck Flowers.[trade 64]
  11. ^ No. 245: Miami → Pittsburgh (PD). See No. 207: Pittsburgh → Miami.[trade 46]
  12. ^ Multiple trades:
           No. 247: Chicago → Las Vegas (PD). Chicago traded a conditional seventh-round selection to Las Vegas, based in Oakland at the time of trade, in exchange for kicker Eddy Piñeiro.[trade 65]
           No. 247: Las Vegas → Arizona (PD). See No. 79: Arizona → Las Vegas.[trade 14]
  13. ^ Multiple trades:
           No. 249: Tennessee → Jacksonville (PD). See No. 185: Tennessee → Jacksonville.[trade 35]
           No. 249: Jacksonville → L.A. Rams (D). See No. 121: L.A. Rams → Jacksonville.[trade 10]
  14. ^ No. 250: Seattle → Chicago (D). See No. 208: Chicago → Seattle.[trade 10]
  15. ^ No. 250: Pittsburgh → Tampa Bay (PD). See No. 216: Pittsburgh → Tampa Bay.[trade 52]
  16. ^ No. 253: Cleveland → Denver (PD). Cleveland traded a seventh-round selection to Denver in exchange for fullback Andy Janovich.[trade 66]
  17. ^ No. 254: Baltimore → Pittsburgh (PD). See No. 168: Pittsburgh → Baltimore.[trade 30]
  18. ^ Multiple trades:
           No. 257: Buffalo → Cleveland (PD). Buffalo traded a seventh-round selection and guard Wyatt Teller to Cleveland in exchange for 2020 fifth- and sixth-round selections.[trade 67]
           No. 257: Cleveland → Detroit (D). See No. 113: Cleveland → Detroit.[trade 10]
  19. ^ Multiple trades:
           No. 258: Kansas City → Miami (PD). See No. 207: Miami → Kansas City.[trade 47]
           No. 258: Miami → Washington (PD). See No. 244: Washington → Miami.[trade 64]

2020 Resolution JC-2A picks

In November 2020 the NFL passed that year's Resolution JC-2A, which rewards teams for developing minority candidates for head coach and/or general manager positions.[17] The resolution rewards teams whose minority candidates are hired away for one of those positions by awarding draft picks. These draft picks are at the end of the third round, after standard compensatory picks; if multiple teams qualify, they are awarded in draft order from the first round. These picks are in addition to, and have no impact on, the standard 32 compensatory picks.[18] Four picks have been awarded for the draft pursuant to the resolution.

  1. ^ San Francisco received a third-round selection along with 2022 and 2023 third-round selections when its defensive coordinator Robert Saleh was hired by the New York Jets as head coach and its vice president of player personnel Martin Mayhew was hired by Washington as general manager.[6][7][8]
  2. ^ The Los Angeles Rams received a third-round selection along with a 2022 third-round selection when their college scouting director Brad Holmes was hired by Detroit as general manager.[9]
  3. ^ Baltimore received a third-round selection along with a 2022 third-round selection when its assistant head coach and passing game coordinator David Culley was hired by Houston as head coach.[10]
  4. ^ New Orleans received a third-round selection along with a 2022 third-round selection when its director of pro scouting Terry Fontenot was hired by Atlanta as general manager.[11]

Notes

  1. ^ The NFL originally announced 32 compensatory selections. On March 19, it released a revised list of 33 selections. After correcting an error in the original calculation, the Patriots earned an additional fifth-round compensatory selection. The NFL Management Council and NFLPA agreed to add an extra compensatory selection instead of removing a previously awarded one.[12]
  2. ^ While Las Vegas originally forfeited its sixth-round selection as punishment for repeated COVID-19 protocol violations during the 2020 season,[13] this penalty was not reflected in the NFL's official release of draft picks.[14]
  3. ^ While New Orleans forfeited its seventh-round selection as punishment for repeated COVID-19 protocol violations during the 2020 season,[16] the penalty was not included in the NFL's official draft order.

Forfeited picks

  1. ^ New England forfeited its third-round selection as punishment for illegal filming of the field and sidelines by the team's television crew of a 2019 game between Cincinnati and Cleveland.[5]
  2. ^ Minnesota forfeited its seventh-round selection as punishment for a salary cap violation involving a 2019 practice squad player.[15]

Summary

Selections by NCAA conference

Conference Round 1 Round 2 Round 3 Round 4 Round 5 Round 6 Round 7 Total
NCAA Division I FBS football conferences
American 2 1 2 5 2 2 5 19
ACC 6 5 9 6 5 9 2 42
Big 12 0 4 2 6 4 2 4 22
Big Ten 7 4 9 2 11 5 6 44
C-USA 0 0 1 3 0 0 0 4
Ind. (FBS) 1 3 3 1 2 0 5 15
MAC 0 1 1 0 2 0 0 4
MW 0 0 0 2 1 0 0 3
Pac-12 3 3 5 4 4 8 1 28
SEC 12 10 7 8 7 16 5 65
Sun Belt 0 0 0 0 1 2 1 4
NCAA Division I FCS football conferences
MVFC 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 4
Southland 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1
Non-Division I NCAA football conferences
MEC (DII) 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1
MIAA (DII) 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1
NSIC (DII) 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1
WIAC (DIII) 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1

A new record-high 65 players were drafted from one conference,[19] the most in NFL history, surpassing the previous number of selections, 64, in 2019. Both numbers were set by the Southeastern Conference.

Colleges with multiple draft selections

Selections Colleges
10 Alabama, Ohio State
9 Georgia, Notre Dame
8 Florida, Michigan
7 LSU
6 Kentucky, Penn State, Pittsburgh
5 BYU, Clemson, Missouri, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Oregon, Stanford, Texas, UCF, USC
4 Auburn, Cincinnati, Duke, Florida State, Iowa, Miami (FL), Oklahoma State, South Carolina, Texas A&M, Virginia Tech, Washington
3 Houston, Northwestern, Wisconsin
2 Arizona, Boise State, Boston College, Georgia Tech, Illinois, Louisville, Minnesota, Mississippi State, Nebraska, North Dakota State, Northern Iowa, Ole Miss, Oregon State, Purdue, SMU, Syracuse, TCU, Tennessee, Texas Tech, Tulane, UCLA, Western Michigan

Selections by position

Position Round 1 Round 2 Round 3 Round 4 Round 5 Round 6 Round 7 Total
Center 0 3 1 1 0 1 2 8
Cornerback 5 3 8 6 7 6 3 38
Defensive end 6 3 5 7 4 3 6 34
Defensive tackle 0 2 3 4 3 5 2 19
Fullback 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1
Guard 1 1 3 1 1 3 3 13
Kicker 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1
Linebacker 3 3 4 3 4 2 2 21
Long snapper 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 2
Offensive tackle 4 6 4 4 3 3 1 25
Punter 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1
Quarterback 5 1 2 1 0 1 0 10
Running back 2 1 1 4 1 5 4 18
Safety 0 3 2 1 8 5 2 21
Tight end 1 1 3 2 4 0 0 11
Wide receiver 5 5 5 5 3 8 5 36
Position Round 1 Round 2 Round 3 Round 4 Round 5 Round 6 Round 7 Total
Offense 18 18 19 18 13 21 15 122
Defense 14 14 22 21 26 21 15 133
Special teams 0 0 0 0 1 2 1 4

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