Full 32 team 7 Round Mock
I used the Draft Network’s automated mock draft tool and predictive draft board to run a full mock before this weekend’s draft. Below, I have separated the teams by division and provided the results and my thoughts. Again, these were NOT necessarily the picks I would make or think your team will make, it was run on a completely randomized simulator.
New York GiantsRoundPickPlayerPositionSchool16Kyler MurrayQBOklahoma117Greedy WilliamsCBLSU237Erik McCoyG/CTexas A&M395Oshane XiminesEdgeOld Dominion4108Dennis DaleyOTSouth Carolina4132Will HarrisSBoston College5142Darius SlaytonWRAuburn5143Dontavious RussellDTAuburn5171Gary JohnsonLBTexas6180David SillsWRWest Virginia7232Ka’dar HollmanCBToledo7245Bruce AndersonRBNorth Dakota St
In this draft, the Giants benefit from the Cardinals (and Raiders) passing on Kyler Murray. New York gets a playmaking franchise quarterback while adding some interesting pieces. They use the pick from the OBJ trade to bolster the secondary with Greedy Williams, the ballhawk from LSU. Williams has some questions about his tackling, but he makes things happen. Erik McCoy should help out an offensive line that continues to need it. Gary Johnson and Will Harris could become solid contributors, and Bruce Anderson could fight for a roster spot at the very least. There is a still a whole at receiver, but they get some guys who could surprise.
Washington RedskinsRoundPickPlayerPositionSchool115DK MetcalfWROle Miss246Julian LoveCBNotre Dame376Dru SamiaGOklahoma396Maxx CrosbyEdgeEastern Michigan5153Germaine PrattLBNorth Carolina St5173Marvel TellSUSC6206Brett RypienQBBoise St7227CJ ConradTEKentucky7253Yosuah NijmanOTVirginia Tech
The Redskins get an athletic freak to add to their receiving corps in DK Metcalf. The Ole Miss receiver has been blowing up because of his size and speed from workouts and the combine. Julian Love may be a little smaller than you would like for a corner, but he is a big time play maker. Dru Samia is a very solid guard who played with 3 other lineman in this draft class at Oklahoma. Crosby and Pratt are interesting guys. Pratt is a former safety and certainly has athletic ability, but is not as fluid as you would like in pass coverage. Crosby is a small school guy who has the athletic profile and production desired in a defensive end. Marvel Tell is a decent box safety and one can’t help but notice the legacy pick: Boise St QB Brett Rypien, who is the nephew of former Washington QB Mark Rypien.
Dallas CowboysRoundPickPlayerPositionSchool258Jace SternbergerTETexas A&M390Mecole HardmanWRGeorgia4128Daniel WiseDTKansas4136Mike EdwardsSKentucky5165Ryan BatesOTPenn State7241Deshaun DavisLBAuburn
The Cowboys don’t have a pick until the 2nd round, but they use it on an extremely athletic tight end, which they will need once Jason Witten retires again. Jace Sternberger is a great tight end to have for your passing game because he can stretch the field and has great hands. I think Dallas would be thrilled to add a guy like him. Mecole Hardman is a good speed guy to use in the slot and help replace the void left by Cole Beasley. They wait a little longer than I think they will to add the safety they need, but they add one of the biggest risers in Kentucky’s Mike Edwards. If Daniel Wise can play close to the level his brother Deatrich has in New England, the Cowboys come away with a pretty good haul.
Philadelphia EaglesRoundPickPlayerPositionSchool125Johnathan AbramSMississippi St253LJ CollierDETCU257Kaleb McGaryOTWashington4127Darrell HendersonRBMemphis4138Dillon MitchellWROregon5163Lamont GaillardOLGeorgia6197Derrek ThomasCBBaylor
Overall, solid draft here for Philly. They get the top safety in the draft with Johnathan Abram and some protection for Carson Wentz with the McGary pick. They add a defensive end that can provide some rushing ability and set the edge, and Darrell Henderson can help them replace the presumed departing Jay Ajayi. In my opinion, Dillon Mitchell has a low floor but a very high ceiling.
Detroit LionsRoundPickPlayerPositionSchool18Noah FantTEIowa243Deebo SamuelWRSouth Carolina388DeAndre WalkerEdgeGeorgia4111Corey BallentineCBWashburn5146Zedrick WoodsSOle Miss6184Terry BecknerDTMissouri6204Ty SummersLBTCU7224Nick LinderOLIndiana7229Anthony Ratliff-WilliamsWRNorth Carolina
Not thrilled with what my Lions get in this simulation. While tight end is a major need, it’s a deep class at the position and I think we could get a starter in the middle rounds (also the last one we took in the top 10 didn’t work out). I would much rather get someone who can rush the passer. I’m tired of seeing opposing QBs just sit back and throw the ball around. Deebo Samuel is a great pick, but I’d put corner ahead of receiver. I don’t think DeAndre Walker is the pass rusher Detroit needs. Corey Ballentine is a small school corner who I’ve liked (as much as I’ve seen anyway), and Ty Summer has the athleticism, instincts, and speed to be a surprise contributor. Zedrick Woods is fast, but I haven’t seen much tape on him.
Minnesota VikingsRoundPickPlayerPositionSchool118Cody FordOTOklahoma250Andy IsabellaWRUMass381Dre’Mont JonesDTOhio St4120Kaden SmithTEStanford6190Alex BarsOLNotre Dame6209Evan WorthingtonSColorado7247Jordan BrailfordEDGEOklahoma St7250TJ EdwardsLBWisconsin
The Vikings get good draft here. Cody Ford will help protect Kirk Cousins and improve a bad offensive line. Andy Isabella adds another weapon to an offense that already has Stefon Diggs, Adam Thielen, and Kyle Rudolph. The defense gets stronger with a couple good Big Ten guys. Jones has speed on the d-line, while TJ Edwards just seems to always be around the ball. Bars is good, but has had injury issues, while Worthington and Brailford provide late round promise. I am not as high on Kaden Smith as most seem to be.
Green Bay PackersRoundPickPlayerPositionSchool112Andre DillardOTWashington St130Irv Smith JrTEAlabama244Nasir AdderleySDelaware375Terry McLaurinWROhio St4114Jahlani TavaiLBHawaii4118Trysten HillDTUCF5150Phil HaynesOLWake Forest6185Anthony JohnsonWRBuffalo6194Karan HigdonRBMichigan7226Bryce LoveRBStanford
The Packers do a good job on this one. Andre Dillard is an excellent pass blocking tackle. Irv Smith isn’t as tall as I would want a tight end to be, but he has without a doubt been productive at Alabama. Nasir Addreley is a safety I love (and he gets to play for the same team his Hall-of-Fame cousin did). Terry McLaurin and Trysten Hill are guys that have flown under the radar because of their recent college production. Green Bay also gets some decent running backs, as a team who has really needed them. Higdon is an all-conference college player, and if Bryce Love regains his 1st round form from a year ago, he can be an incredible asset.
Chicago BearsRoundPickPlayerPositionSchool387Jamel DeanCBAuburn4126Marquise BlairSUtah5162Rodney AndersonRBOklahoma7222Isaiah PrinceOTOhio St7238Garrett BrumfieldOLLSU
Chicago doesn’t have a pick until the 3rd round. They use that pick to grab a fast SEC corner, who has dealt with injuries, but has been great when he’s on the field. Marquise Blair is a good 4th round safety, and Rodney Anderson was one of the best running backs in the country before he got hurt. Prince can develop into a rotational offensive lineman.
New Orleans SaintsRoundPickPlayerPositionSchool262Trayvon MullenCBClemson5168Preston WilliamsWRColorado St6177Ben Burr-KirvenLBWashington6202Tommy SweeneyTEBoston College7231Ryan FinleyQBNorth Carolina St7244Darius WestSKentucky
New Orleans traded their 1st Rounder to Green Bay. In this simulation, they add to the defense. Mullen has good size and playmaking ability at corner. Burr-Kirven is a good coverage linebacker. Williams can be a decent receiver, though I think he is drafted too high here. Sweeney leaves a little bit to be desired for me, but he can still be a solid backup. West has special teams potential. Also, there is no way Finley lasts until the 7th round.
Carolina PanthersRoundPickPlayerPositionSchool116Rashan GaryDLMichigan247Taylor RappSWashington377Yodny CajusteOLWest Virginia3100Ben PowersOLOklahoma4115Miles SandersRBPenn State5154Stanley Morgan JrWRNebraska6187Chris SlaytonDTSyracuse
Ok, I am not a Rashan Gary fan. Yes, he’s big and athletic, but the production is not there. I realize sometimes that doesn’t matter, but he was on a great defense and was unable to take advantage of having other stars around him. Taylor Rapp is a hard-hitting safety and is taken about where he should expect to go. I like Powers a little better than Cajuste. Morgan has potential, and Miles Sanders is too good to be around in the fourth round.
Tampa Bay BuccaneersRoundPickPlayerPositionSchool15Brian BurnsDE/OLBFlorida St239Justin LayneCBMichigan St370Deionte ThompsonSAlabama4107Joe Giles-HarrisLBDuke5145Justice HillRBOklahoma St6208Isaiah BuggsDTAlabama7215Paul AdamsOTMissouri
Tampa gets a great draft from my perspective. Burns is shooting up draft boards because of his size, speed, and collegiate production. I think he will be a great NFL pass rusher. I also love Justin Layne. He has great size, good speed, and seldomly gets beat. Deionte Thompson is a safety that can go get the ball. I’ve heard ok things about Giles-Harris, and Justice Hill in the 5th would be a steal.
Atlanta FalconsRoundPickPlayerPositionSchool114Christian WilkinsDTClemson245Chase WinovichDEMichigan379JoeJuan WilliamsCBVanderbilt4117David LongLBWest Viriginia4137Bobby EvansOTOklahoma5152Devin SingletaryRBFlorida Atlantic5172Foster MoreauTELSU6186Terronne PrescodOLNorth Carolina St7230Benny SnellRBKentucky
Atlanta supposedly wants Ed Oliver, but they get a perfect substitute in Clemson’s Christian Wilkins. Wilkins is strong and can even play fullback if needed. Winovich is a high-motored d-lineman with the production to back it up. Both would be near perfect additions to the defensive line. I also like JoeJuan Williams for his length at corner, and David Long may be a little small, but he has fantastic instincts. Foster Moreau is a good blocker and could have some untapped potential in the passing game. Snell and Singletary both had great college careers and will battle to replace the departed Tevin Coleman.
Seattle SeahawksRoundPickPlayerPositionSchool121Clelin FerrellDEClemson129Byron MurphyCBWashington392Jaquan JohnsonSMiami4124Riley RidleyWRGeorgia5159Emeke EgbuleLBHouston
Seattle adds what it needs. Byron Murphy is my top corner in this draft. I have question marks on Clelin Ferrell, but he’s done enough to at least warrant being a first rounder. Johnson can become a low end starter or rotational guy. Ridley was once considered a top receiver in this class, and Egbule is a sleeper as a pass rushing linebacker.
LA RamsRoundPickPlayerPositionSchool131DeAndre BakerCBGeorgia394Drue TranquillLBNotre Dame399Justin HollinsLBOregon4133Kingsley KekeDTTexas A&M5169Trevon WescoTE/FBWest Virginia6203Sheldrick RedwineSMiami7251Chris BrownOLCharlotte
The Rams defense wasn’t exactly what everyone was hoping it would be last season, but it was good enough. Not too high on the late round guys here, but the first 3 can be good players. Baker is one of the best corners in this draft and has a knack for making plays. Tranquill isn’t great, but he’s a solid all around player with a good work ethic and mentality. Justin Hollins opened eyes at the East-West Shrine Game and should be a good edge linebacker.
Arizona CardinalsRoundPickPlayerPositionSchool11Nick BosaDEOhio St233AJ BrownWROle Miss365Michael DeiterOLWisconsin4103Rennell WrenDTArizona St5139Mike BellSFresno St6174Mark FieldsCBClemson6179Oli UdohOLElon7249Kendall BlantonTEMissouri7254James WilliamsRBWashington St
I’m one of those people who thinks Bosa gets a lot of his reputation from his name. Yes, he’s a good player but I see him as more of a mid to late first rounder. AJ Brown has gotten some first round hype lately, so landing him in the 2nd would be great. Michael Deiter is a rotational offensive lineman to me. Wren, Williams, and Udoh would be my sleepers from this group.
San Francisco 49ersRoundPickPlayerPositionSchool12Josh AllenDE/OLBKentucky236Lonnie JohnsonCBKentucky367Juan ThornhillSVirginia4104JJ Arcega-WhitesideWRStanford6176Drew SampleTEWashington6212Cameron SmithLBUSC
It’s not often you can add a player who had 17.5 sacks last season in the SEC. While doing my research after last year’s draft, Allen quickly became my “player to watch” going into this draft, and he didn’t disappoint. He is a superb pass rusher and even showed the ability to play in coverage as well. I like the additions of Thornhill, Arcega-Whiteside, and Sample. Sample isn’t the fastest, but he has good hands and is a potent blocker. Arcega-Whiteside gives them a big threat in the redzone with his 6’6” frame.
New England PatriotsRoundPickPlayerPositionSchool132Hakeem ButlerWRIowa St256Charles OmenihuDLTexas264Jaylon FergusonDELouisiana Tech373Amani HookerSIowa397Kahale WarringTESan Diego St3101Bobby OkerekeLBStanford4134Jarrett StidhamQBAuburn6205Ken WebsterCBOle Miss7239Jalen HurdWRBaylor7243Jamal CustisWRSyracuse7246KeeSean JohnsonWRFresno St7252Travis HomerRBMiami
Shocker! New England has a lot of picks! There’s plenty to like in this one. Hakeem Butler is another 6’6” wide receiver who’s been working out with Calvin Johnson. Charles Omenihu was the Big 12 d-lineman of the year and led the conference in sacks, while Jaylon Ferguson is the NCAA’s all-time leader in sacks. Warring is a big and athletic tight end with a lot of promise. His receiving ability has some question marks mostly due to the nature of San Diego State’s offense. He could be a nice replacement for Gronk but has big shoes to fill. Okereke and Stidham are decent mid round guys who can be developed. Hurd is an interesting player because he’s a running back still transitioning into a receiver.
New York JetsRoundPickPlayerPositionSchool13Jawaan TaylorOTFlorida368Christian MillerEdgeAlabama393Michael JacksonCBMiami4105Khalen SaundersDTWestern Illinois6196Hunter RenfrowWRClemson7217Devine OzigboRBNebraska
If the Jets took Taylor at number three, it’d be a huge shake up in the draft. Everyone is expecting them to go defense. I’m not confident in any of these picks really. I think Khalen Saunders is my favorite out of this. Taylor will be a long-time starter and Saunders flashes elite athleticism for a defensive tackle. Hunter Renfrow was productive in the slot in college, but can he duplicate it at the next level? Ozigbo will probably be drafted higher. He’s big (for a RB) and runs hard.
Buffalo BillsRoundPickPlayerPositionSchool19Quinnen WilliamsDTAlabama240Dalton RisnerOLKansas St374Jachai PoliteDEFlorida4112Sione TakitakiLBBYU4131David MontgomeryRBIowa St5147Antoine WesleyWRTexas Tech5158Javon PattersonOLOle Miss6181Kendall SheffieldCBOhio St7225Andrew BeckTETexas7228Darwin ThompsonRBUtah St
If Quinnen Williams starts to fall like this, someone will take him or trade up for him. He’s possibly the best player in this draft class. Risner is an average o-lineman for me, as is Polite on the edge. Montgomery is a top 5 running back in this class and being able to learn from LeSean McCoy and Frank Gore would be an ideal scenario for his career. The Bills could also use another receiver, and Wesley could provide the big target they need.
Miami DolphinsRoundPickPlayerPositionSchool113Jonah WilliamsOLAlabama248Jeffery SimmonsDTMississippi St378Will GrierQBWest Virginia4116Nate DavisGCharlotte5151Jalen JelksDEOregon7233Dexter WilliamsRBNotre Dame7234Diontae JohnsonWRToledo
The Dolphins don’t really have a quarterback, but it’s been rumored they like next year’s class better. Here, they add a good but not great offensive lineman in the first, a potential top 5 pick (pre-injury) in the second, a developmental QB who could surprise in the 3rd, and a huge sleeper at guard in the fourth. Nate Davis has been surging up draft boards since the Senior Bowl. Jalen Jelks could also become a productive edge player.
Pittsburgh SteelersRoundPickPlayerPositionSchool120Marquise BrownWROklahoma252Rock Ya-SinCBTemple366Ben BanoguEdgeTCU383Dawson KnoxTEOle Miss4122Te’von ConeyLBNotre Dame5141Damien HarrisRBAlabama6175Lukas DenisSBoston College6192Donnell GreeneOTMinnesota6207Kevin WilkinsDTRutgers7219Elijah HolyfieldRBGeorgia
The Steeler replace Antonio Brown with his cousin. Marquise is a dynamic receiving threat as long as he recovers from his late-season injury. The rest of this seems “very Steelers.” Rock Ya- Sin is a highly-rated corner who should help the secondary immediately. Ben Banogu is a stand up OLB who should fit this defense perfectly. Te’von Coney stands out when you watch Notre Dame and fits a typical Pittsburgh linebacker.
Cincinnati BengalsRoundPickPlayerPositionSchool111Devin BushLBMichigan242Greg LittleOTOle Miss372Isaiah JohnsonCBHouston4110Josh OliverTESan Jose St5149DaMarkus LodgeWROle Miss6183Bunchy StallingsOLKentucky6198Clayton ThorsonQBNorthwestern6210Cortez BroughtonDTCincinnati6211Delvon RandallSTemple6213Cody ThompsonWRToledo7223Jordan ScarlettRBFlorida
Devin Bush might not last this long as top 10 teams are high on him. It’s for good reason. Devin Bush was probably the best player on a stellar Michigan defense. He’s a little undersized, but he flies around the field. Isaiah Johnson is another lengthy corner that the league is trending toward. Josh Oliver is a sneaky threat. He played on a bad college team, so the production isn’t there, but he has terrific ability. DaMarkus Lodge has been overshadowed by his teammates. The best summary of Clayton Thorson that I’ve heard is “He’s what Kirk Cousins haters think Kirk is.”
Cleveland BrownsRoundPickPlayerPositionSchool249Jerry TilleryDTNotre Dame380Blake CashmanLBMinnesota4119Chuma EdogaOTUSC5144Beau BenzschawelOLWisconsin5155Khari WillisSMichigan St5170Hamp CheeversCBBoston College6189Gary Jennings JrWRWest Virginia7221Wyatt RayDEBoston College
Cleveland finds some contributors here. Jerry Tillery could sneak his way into the first round. Blake Cashman is an under-the-radar guy who has good instincts and play recognition. Khari Willis is getting a lot of buzz to go earlier and would be incredible value in the 5th.
Baltimore RavensRoundPickPlayerPositionSchool122N’Keal HarryWRArizona St385Zach AllenDEBoston College3102Ugo AmadiSOregon4113Ross PierschbacherGAlabama4123Chase HansenLBUtah5160Trayveon WilliamsRBTexas A&M6191Armon WattsDTArkansas6193Myles GaskinRBWashington
Ozzie Newsome is no longer making the picks in Baltimore. This is an ok draft to me. Harry has an extremely high ceiling as he has prototypical size for a big play receiver. Zach Allen was once thought of as a first round pick. He’s a better run defender than pass rusher. Amadi is small for a safety. Hansen is intriguing because he’s changed positions frequently. He was initially a quarterback, moved to safety, then moved up to linebacker. He’s a good player, but there will be a steep learning curve so I would’ve waited to select him a little later. Williams and Gaskin should compete for the change of pace back.
Jacksonville JaguarsRoundPickPlayerPositionSchool17TJ HockensonTEIowa238Daniel JonesQBDuke369Tytus HowardOLAlabama St398Anthony NelsonDEIowa4109Connor McGovernGPenn State6178Travis FulghamWROld Dominion7236Alexander MattisonRBBoise St
Hockenson is a great, complete tight end that undoubtedly adds to this offense. Daniel Jones isn’t quite as good as it seems. Tytus Howard is one of the best small school prospects in this draft. Nelson is tall and strong, while Mattison is underrated.
Tennessee TitansRoundPickPlayerPositionSchool119Montez SweatDEMississippi St251Chris LindstromGBoston College382Kelvin HarmonWRNorth Carolina St4121Gerald WillisDTMiami5157Jordan Ta’amuQBOle Miss6188Jimmy MorelandCBJames Madison
Great draft. Tennessee should be happy to land Sweat and Lindstrom. They are both day 1 starters. Moreland is another top small school prospect who should become a contributor. Gerald Willis is a rotational defensive tackle, which is perfect for the 4th round. Still questions at QB if Mariota doesn’t improve.
Houston TexansRoundPickPlayerPositionSchool123Garrett BradburyG/CNorth Carolina St254Darnell SavageSMaryland255Sean BuntingCBCentral Michigan386Dax RaymondTEUtah St5161Tyler RoemerOTSan Diego St6195Mike WeberRBOhio St7220Ronheem BinghamDEArkansas St
Bradbury might be the best interior lineman available. Savage and Bunting are good second round picks. Savage can cover and tackle and Bunting was one of the top graded corners in college football according to PFF. Dax Raymond is one of my favorite tight ends in this class. He’s got the size, blocking ability, and above average receiving skills. Weber’s speed and build is great for a 6th rounder. Bingham has college production but is small for an NFL d-end. He may need a position change, but a good player to take a flyer on in the seventh round.
Indianapolis ColtsRoundPickPlayerPositionSchool126Chauncey Gardner-JohnsonSFlorida234Parris CampbellWROhio St259Dexter LawrenceDTClemson389Kris BoydCBTexas4129Max ScharpingOTNorthern Illinois4135Alize MackTENotre Dame5164Tre WatsonLBMaryland6199Carl GrandersonDEWyoming7240Jon BakerOLBoston College
This would be good for Indy. Gardner-Johnson supports the run defense and has great ball skills. Parris Campbell is a top5 receiver in this class. Dexter Lawrence will be a first round pick. Kris Boyd has the size of today’s NFL corner, but gets called for penalties in coverage often. Scharping can play guard or tackle, but projects as a tackle. Mack is a receiving threat but is average to below average at everything else. Granderson has the size to be a premier pass rusher, but lacks the bend and athleticism.
Oakland RaidersRoundPickPlayerPositionSchool14Devin WhiteLBLSU124Josh JacobsRBAlabama127Drew LockQBMissouri235Amani OruwariyeCBPenn State4106Joe JacksonDEMiami5140Miles BoykinWRNotre Dame7218Zach GentryTEMichigan7235Michael DogbeDTTemple
Scouts were sent home, but the draft continues. Devin White is a slightly better version of Jarrad Davis. He has better instincts and makes more plays. Gruden loves Jacobs, so I would expect him to be one of their selections. I’d be surprised if Drew Lock lasted that long. Amani Oruwariye is the NFL’s prototypical corner. Jackson could be a great defensive end. I think he’s undervalued because of how bad Miami was as a whole last season. Boykin has come on late. He’s got freakish athletic testing numbers.
Denver BroncosRoundPickPlayerPositionSchool110Ed OliverDTHouston241Mack WilsonLBAlabama371Tyree JacksonQBBuffalo4125Sutton SmithEdgeNorthern Illinois5148Jakobi MeyersWRNorth Carolina St5156Isaac NautaTEGeorgia6182Hjalte FroholdtOLArkansas7237Derwin GrayOTMaryland
Ed Oliver should be a top 5 pick but may not be. I think Wilson will be a bust and Nauta is slow and unathletic. Tyree Jackson has a cannon for an arm and has speed, especially for a 6’7” QB. The question with him is the touch on his throws and his size. 6’7” is right at the cutoff of historically successful or unsuccessful QBs. Froholdt and Smith would be my sleepers from this.
LA ChargersRoundPickPlayerPositionSchool128Dwayne HaskinsQBOhio St260Emmanuel HallWRMissouri391David EdwardsOTWisconsin4130Daylon MackDTTexas A&M5166Michael JordanOLOhio St6200Blace BrownCBTroy7242Tyrel DodsonLBTexas A&M
Ok, let’s get this straight: Dwayne Haskins won’t last this long, so LA will need to pick someone else if they want a quarterback. Daylon Mack took over the Senior Bowl week. Edwards was projected to be drafted much higher in the preseason, so I wouldn’t be surprised if he became a starter level player. Jordan should be a good rotational guy. Dodson provides good depth and special teams. Brown has great stats and bloodlines, but his 40 time is very concerning.
Kansas City ChiefsRoundPickPlayerPositionSchool261Elgton JenkinsG/CMississippi St263David LongCBMichigan384Vosean JosephLBFlorida5167Terry GodwinWRGeorgia6201Ryquell ArmsteadRBTemple6214Malik CarneyEdgeNorth Carolina7216Demarcus ChristmasDTFlorida St
The Frank Clark trade eliminated Kansas City’s first round pick and addressed a need. Jenkins will help protect Mahomes. Long has high potential in a bad secondary. Godwin and Joseph provide depth and development at their positions. Everyone else would battle for roster spots.