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FILE – In this Oct. 27, 2019, file photo, Houston Texans defensive end J.J. Watt (99) reacts after a play against the Oakland Raiders during the first half of an NFL football game, in Houston. Next Monday, the Hall of Fame and the NFL will announce the roster for the 2010-19 All-Decade team.(AP Photo/Michael Wyke, File)

*Post will update as picks, trades and moves are made.*

HOUSTON DRAFT PICKS

Round 2:

Pick 40: TCU DT Ross Blacklock | Houston Texans

GRADE B+: Most Texans fans could make the argument that Bill O’Brien needed to focus on making up for the Deandre Hopkins loss with an offensive pick. Most Texans fans aren’t in the draft room.

Blacklock helps rebuild what was once one of the great defensive lines in the league. At the defensive tackle position, Blacklock will be a force from the start, with plenty of room to improve into an absolute force. At TCU, the Houston’s first selection was already a force to be reckoned with, despite playing in a scheme that didn’t particularly fit his style. Get him in the right scheme, and enjoy the show.

Round 3:

Pick 90: Florida OLB Jonathan Greenard | Houston Texans

GRADE B: From a productivity standpoint, Florida OLB Jonathan Greenard was a force in his lone season with the Gators. He led the SEC with 10 sacks and 16 tackles for a loss. The numbers are impressive to say the least, but scouts have questioned his speed at the pro level. He ranked below average in closing and top-end speed at the NFL combine. However, what he lacks in speed, he makes up with versatility. Greenard can put a hand in the dirt as an edge rusher or back into coverage as a traditional linebacker. If Bill O’Brien can find a good fit, Greenard could prove a worthy pick in the third round.

Round 4:

Pick 126: North Carolina OT Charlie Heck | Houston Texans *via Los Angeles Rams*

Grade B: Deshaun Watson may have help on the way. After Bill O’Brien locked up OL Laremy Tunsil on a record-setting contract, the Texans take to the draft to bring in additional reinforcements.

North Carolina OT Charlie Heck is no stranger to the NFL, following in his father Andy Heck’s footsteps as a pro offensive lineman. At 6’8, 311 pounds, Texans fans will love his size. He is technically sound and can play on both sides of the QB. The problem lies with Heck’s inability to shine in one particular area. He struggles to get leverage in pass protection and he doesn’t come off the tape in run blocking. With NFL lineage, Texans fans can rest easy knowing Heck will be ready to learn, but, for now, he adds depth to a much-needed position with okay potential.

Pick 141: Penn State CB John Reid | Houston Texans *compensatory from MIA*

Grade B-: The Texans take care of the front seven with two early picks. Now, they address the defensive backfield. Penn State CB John Reid won’t intimidate with size. At 5’10, 187 pounds, Reid played his game with speed and intelligence. A 4.49 40-yard dash time coupled with a mind that earned him an impressive technology-based internship with Blizzard Entertainment led to his success on the field in pass protection and tackling. However, success can be measured in a number of different ways, and two interceptions coupled with just 8 passes defended in 2019 won’t thrill the average fan. It’s a good pick, but Texans fans may have a hard time feeling this is a home run at pick 141.

Round 5:

Pick 171: Rhode Island WR Isaiah Coulter | Houston Texans

Grade B+: Texans fans, REJOICE! Your DeAndre Hopkins replacement has arrived!

Not actually, but Rhode Island WR Isaiah Coulter is a fascinating prospect. He definitely looks the part. At 6’2, 198 pounds, Coulter has the size, strength and 4.4 40-yard-dash speed to play with any competition. The only problem is he hasn’t played with very much competition. At Rhode Island, Coulter got away with pure athleticism, which translated to very “raw” route running at the combine. Regardless, a skill position pick at 171 is supposed to be a high risk move, and Coulter has the measurables to be a big-time player if he can reach his potential.

FULL DRAFT BOARD

ROUND 1

Pick 1: LSU QB Joe Burrow | Cincinnati Bengals

Pick 2: Ohio State DE Chase Young | Washington Redskins

Pick 3: Ohio State CB Jeff Okudah | Detroit Lions

Pick 4: Georgia OL Andrew Thomas | New York Giants

Pick 5: Alabama QB Tua Tagovailoa | Miami Dolphins

Pick 6: Oregon QB Justin Herbert | Los Angeles Chargers

Pick 7: Auburn DT Derrick Brown | Carolina Panthers

Pick 8: Clemson OLB Isaiah Simmons | Arizona Cardinals

Pick 9: Florida CB CJ Henderson | Jacksonville Jaguars

Pick 10: Alabama OT Jedrick Wills JR. | Cleveland Browns

Pick 11: Louisville OT Mekhi Becton | New York Jets

Pick 12: Alabama WR Henry Ruggs III | Oakland Raiders

Pick 13: Iowa OT Tristan Wirfs | Tampa Bay Buccaneers *via San Francisco 49ers*

Pick 14: South Carolina DT Javon Kinlaw| San Francisco 49ers *via Tampa Bay Buccaneers*

Pick 15: Alabama WR Jerry Jeudy | Denver Broncos

Pick 16: Clemson CB A.J. Terrell | Atlanta Falcons

Pick 17: Oklahoma WR CeeDee Lamb | Dallas Cowboys

Pick 18: USC OT Austin Jackson | Miami Dolphins

Pick 19: Ohio State CB Damon Arnette | Las Vegas Raiders

Pick 20: LSU OLB K’Lavon Chaisson | Jacksonville Jaguars

Pick 21: TCU WR Jalen Reagor |Philadelphia Eagles

Pick 22: LSU WR Justin Jefferson |Minnesota Vikings

Pick 23: Oklahoma ILB Kenneth Murray |Los Angeles Charger *via New England Patriots*

Pick 24: Michigan C Cesar Ruiz | New Orleans Saints

Pick 25: Arizona St. WR Brandon Aiyuk | San Francisco 49ers *via Minnesota Vikings*

Pick 26: Utah St. QB Jordan Love | Green Bay Packers *via Miami Dolphins*

Pick 27: Texas Tech ILB Jordyn Brooks | Seattle Seahawks

Pick 28: LSU ILB Patrick Queen | Baltimore Ravens

Pick 29: Georgia OT Isaiah Wilson | Tennessee Titans

Pick 30: Auburn CB Noah Igbinoghene | Miami Dolphins

Pick 31: TCU CB Jeff Gladney | Minnesota Vikings

Pick 32: LSU RB Clyde Edwards-Helaire | Kansas City Chiefs

ROUND 2

Pick 33: Clemson WR Tee Higgins | Cincinnati Bengals

Pick 34: USC WR Michael Pittman Jr. | Indianapolis Colts

Pick 35: Georgia RB D’Andre Swift | Detroit Lions

Pick 36: Alabama S Xavier McKinney | New York Giants

Pick 37: Lenoir-Rhyne University S Kyle Dugger | New England Patriots

Pick 38: Penn State DE Yetur Gross-Matos | Carolina Panthers

Pick 39: Louisiana OL Robert Hunt | Miami Dolphins

Pick 40: TCU DT Ross Blacklock | Houston Texans

GRADE B+: Most Texans fans could make the argument that Bill O’Brien needed to focus on making up for the Deandre Hopkins loss with an offensive pick. Most Texans fans aren’t in the draft room.

Blacklock helps rebuild what was once one of the great defensive lines in the league. At the defensive tackle position, Blacklock will be a force from the start, with plenty of room to improve into an absolute force. At TCU, the Houston’s first selection was already a force to be reckoned with, despite playing in a scheme that didn’t particularly fit his style. Get him in the right scheme, and enjoy the show.

Pick 41: Wisconsin RB Jonathan Taylor | Indianapolis Colts *via Cleveland Browns*

Pick 42: Colorado WR Laviska Shenault JR. | Jacksonville Jaguars

Pick 43: Notre Dame TE Cole Kmet | Chicago Bears

Pick 44: LSU S Grant Delpit | Cleveland Browns

Pick 45: Minnesota S Antoine Winfield Jr. | Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Pick 46: Penn State WR KJ Hamler | Denver Broncos

Pick 47: Auburn DT Marlon Davidson | Atlanta Falcons

Pick 48: Tennessee DE Darrell Taylor | Seattle Seahawks *via New York Jets*

Pick 49: Notre Dame WR Chase Claypool | Pittsburgh Steelers

Pick 50: Utah CB Jaylon Johnson | Chicago Bears

Pick 51: Alabama CB Trevon Diggs | Dallas Cowboys

Pick 52: Florida State RB Cam Akers | Los Angeles Rams

Pick 53: Oklahoma QB Jalen Hurts | Philadelphia Eagles

Pick 54: Iowa DE AJ Epenesa | Buffalo Bills

Pick 55: Ohio State RB JK Dobbins | Baltimore Ravens

Pick 56: Alabama DT Raekwon Davis | Miami Dolphins

Pick 57: Florida WR Van Jefferson | Los Angeles Rams

Pick 58: Boise State OL Ezra Cleveland | Minnesota Vikings

Pick 59: Baylor WR Denzel Mims | New York Jets

Pick 60: Michigan OLB Josh Uche | New England Patriots *via Baltimore Ravens*

Pick 61: LSU CB Kristian Fulton |Tennessee Titans

Pick 62: Boston College RB AJ Dillon | Green Bay Packers

Pick 63: Mississippi State LB Willie Gay Jr. | Kansas City Chiefs

Pick 64: Southern Illinois S Jeremy Chinn | Carolina Panthers *via Seattle Seahawks*

ROUND 3

Pick 65: Wyoming LB Logan Wilson | Cincinnati Bengals

Pick 66:Memphis WR Antonio Gibson | Washington Redskins

Pick 67: Notre Dame Edge Julian Okwara | Detroit Lions

Pick 68: California S Ashtyn Davis | New York Jets *via New York Giants*

Pick 69: LSU G Damien Lewis | Seattle Seahawks *via Carolina Panthers*

Pick 70: Texas S Brandon Jones | Miami Dolphins

Pick 71: Texas A&M DT Justin Madubuike | Ravens *via Los Angeles Chargers and New England Patriots*

Pick 72: Houston T Josh Jones | Arizona Cardinals

Pick 73: Ohio State DT DaVon Hamilton | Jacksonville Jaguars

Pick 74: Wisconsin LB Zach Baun | New Orleans Saints *via Cleveland Browns*

Pick 75: Ohio State G Jonah Jackson | Detroit Lions *via Indianapolis Colts*

Pick 76: Vanderbilt RB Ke’Shawn Vaughn | Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Pick 77: Iowa CB Michael Ojemudia | Denver Broncos

Pick 78: Temple CB Matt Hennessey | Atlanta Falcons

Pick 79: Florida DE Jabari Zuniga | New York Jets

Pick 80: Kentucky WR Lynn Bowden Jr. | Las Vegas Raiders

Pick 81: South Carolina WR Bryan Edwards | Las Vegas Raiders *via Chicago Bears*

Pick 82: Oklahoma DT Neville Gallimore | Dallas Cowboys

Pick 83: LSU C Lloyd Cushenberry III | Denver Broncos *via Pittsburgh Steelers*

Pick 84: Alabama OLB Terrell Lewis | Los Angeles Rams

Pick 85: Utah S Julian Blackmon | Indianapolis Colts *via Pittsburgh through Detroit*

Pick 86: Utah RB Zack Moss | Buffalo Bills

Pick 87: Alabama OLB Anfernee Jennings | New England Patriots

Pick 88: Missouri DT Jordan Elliott | Cleveland Browns *via New Orleans Saints*

Pick 89: Mississippi State CB Cameron Dantzler | Minnesota Vikings

Pick 90: Florida OLB Jonathan Greenard | Houston Texans

GRADE B: From a productivity standpoint, Florida OLB Jonathan Greenard was a force in his lone season with the Gators. He led the SEC with 10 sacks and 16 tackles for a loss. The numbers are impressive to say the least, but scouts have questioned his speed at the pro level. He ranked below average in closing and top-end speed at the NFL combine. However, what he lacks in speed, he makes up with versatility. Greenard can put a hand in the dirt as an edge rusher or back into coverage as a traditional linebacker. If Bill O’Brien can find a good fit, Greenard could prove a worthy pick in the third round.

Pick 91: UCLA TE Devin Asiasi | New England Patriots *via Seattle through HOU and LV*

Pick 92: Texas WR Devin Duvernay | Baltimore Ravens

Pick 93: Appalachian State RB Darrynton Evans | Tennessee Titans

Pick 94: Cincinnati TE Josiah Deguara | Green Bay Packers

Pick 95: Arkansas DT McTelvin Agim | Denver Broncos *via San Francisco 49ers*

Pick 96: TCU OL Lucas Niang | Kansas City Chiefs

Pick 97: LSU ILB Jacob Phillips | Cleveland Browns *via compensatory from HOU*

Pick 98: Ohio State ILB Malik Harrison | Baltimore Ravens *via compensatory from NE*

Pick 99: UConn OT Matt Peart | New York Giants

Pick 100: Clemson S Tanner Muse | Las Vegas Raiders *via compensatory from NE*

Pick 101: Virginia Tech TE Dalton Keene | New England Patriots *via compensatory from SEA through NYJ*

Pick 102: Charlotte OLB Alex Highsmith | Pittsburgh Steelers

Pick 103: Colorado OLB Davion Taylor | Philadelphia Eagles

Pick 104: Utah S Terrell Burgess | Los Angeles Rams

Pick 105: Dayton TE Adam Trautman | New Orleans Saints *via compensatory from MIN*

Pick 106: Mississippi State OT Tyre Phillips | Baltimore Ravens

ROUND 4

Pick 107: Appalachian State OLB Akeem Davis-Gaither | Cincinnati Bengals

Pick 108: LSU OT Saahdiq Charles | Washington Redskins

Pick 109: Clemson OL John Simpson | Las Vegas Raiders *via Detroit lions*

Pick 110: UCLA CB Darnay Holmes | New York Giants

Pick 111: Georgia OL Solomon Kindley | Miami Dolphins *via Houston Texans*

Pick 112: UCLA RB Joshua Kelley | Los Angeles Chargers

Pick 113: Notre Dame CB Troy Pride Jr. | Carolina Panthers

Pick 114: Utah DT Leki Fotu | Arizona Cardinals

Pick 115: Florida Atlantic TE Harrison Bryant | Cleveland Browns

Pick 116: St. Johns (MN) OL Ben Bartch | Jacksonville Jaguars

Pick 117: South Carolina DE DJ Wonnum *via TB through SF*

Pick 118: Missouri TE Albert Okwuegbunam | Denver Broncos

Pick 119: Fresno State ILB Mykai Walker | Atlanta Falcons

Pick 120: Florida RB La’Mical Perine | New York Giants

Pick 121: Kentucky OL Logan Stenberg | Detroit Lions *via Las Vegas Raiders*

Pick 122: Washington QB Jacob Eason | Indianapolis Colts

Pick 123: Tulsa CB Reggie Robinson II | Dallas Cowboys

Pick 124: Maryland RB Anthony McFarland Jr. | Pittsburgh Steelers

Pick 125: Florida International QB James Morgan | New York Jets *via CHI through NE*

Pick 126: North Carolina OT Charlie Heck | Houston Texans *via Los Angeles Rams*

Grade B: Deshaun Watson may have help on the way. After Bill O’Brien locked up OL Laremy Tunsil on a record-setting contract, the Texans take to the draft to bring in additional reinforcements.

North Carolina OT Charlie Heck is no stranger to the NFL, following in his father Andy Heck’s footsteps as a pro offensive lineman. At 6’8, 311 pounds, Texans fans will love his size. He is technically sound and can play on both sides of the QB. The problem lies with Heck’s inability to shine in one particular area. He struggles to get leverage in pass protection and he doesn’t come off the tape in run blocking. With NFL lineage, Texans fans can rest easy knowing Heck will be ready to learn, but, for now, he adds depth to a much-needed position with okay potential.

Pick 127: Clemson S K’Von Wallace | Philadelphia Eagles

Pick 128: Central Florida WR Gabriel Davis | Buffalo Bills

Pick 129: Charlotte OL Cameron Clark | New York Jets *via NE from BAL*

Pick 130: Baylor DT James Lynch | Minnesota Vikings *via New Orleans Saints*

Pick 131: LSU DT Rashard Lawrence | Arizona Cardinals *via Houston Texans*

Pick 132: Oregon ILB Troy Dye | Minnesota Vikings

Pick 133: Stanford TE Coley Parkinson | Seattle Seahwaks

Pick 134: California S Jaylnn Hawkins | Atlanta Falcons *via Baltimore Ravens*

Pick 135: Louisiana OL Kevin Dotson | Pittsburgh Steelers *via TEN through MIA*

Pick 136: Purdue TE Brycen Hopkins | Los Angeles Rams *via GB through MIA and HOU*

Pick 137: Michigan State CB Josiah Scott | Jacksonville Jaguars *via SF through DEN*

Pick 138: Louisiana Tech S L’Jarius Sneed | Kansas City Chiefs

Pick 139: Louisiana Tech CB Amik Robertson | Las Vegas Raiders *compensatory from TB through NE*

Pick 140: Miami LB Shaquille Quarterman | Jacksonville Jaguars *compensatory from CHI*

Pick 141: Penn State CB John Reid | Houston Texans *compensatory from MIA*

Grade B-: The Texans take care of the front seven with two early picks. Now, they address the defensive backfield. Penn State CB John Reid won’t intimidate with size. At 5’10, 187 pounds, Reid played his game with speed and intelligence. A 4.49 40-yard dash time coupled with a mind that earned him an impressive technology-based internship with Blizzard Entertainment led to his success on the field in pass protection and tackling. However, success can be measured in a number of different ways, and two interceptions coupled with just 8 passes defended in 2019 won’t thrill the average fan. It’s a good pick, but Texans fans may have a hard time feeling this is a home run at pick 141.

Pick 142: Liberty WR Antonio Gandy-Golden | Washington Redskins

Pick 143: Michigan OL Ben Bredeson | Baltimore Ravens

Pick 144: Miami RB DeeJay Dallas | Seattle Seahawks

Pick 145: Auburn OL Jack Driscoll | Philadelphia Eagles

Pick 146: Wisconsin C Tyler Biadasz | Dallas Cowboys *via Philadelphia Eagles*

ROUND 5:

Pick 147: Notre Dame DE Khalid Kareem | Cincinnati Bengals

Pick 148: Syracuse DE Alton Robinson | Seattle Seahawks *via WAS through CAR*

Pick 149: Ball State OL Danny Pinter | Indianapolis Colts *via Detroit Lions*

Pick 150: Oregon OL Shane Lemieux | New York Giants

Pick 151: Virginia WR Joe Reed | Los Angeles Chargers

Pick 152: West Virginia S Kenny Robinson | Carolina Panthers

Pick 153: West Virginia Colton McKivitz | San Francisco 49ers *via Miami Dolphins*

Pick 154: North Carolina DE Jason Strowbridge | Miami Dolphins *via JAX through PIT*

Pick 155: Tulsa OLB Trevis Gipson | Chicago Bears *via CLE through BUF and MIN*

Pick 156: San Diego State C Keith Ismael | Washington Redskins *via DEN through SF*

Pick 157: Auburn S Daniel Thomas | Jacksonville Jaguars *via ATL through BAL*

Pick 158: Virginia CB Bryce Hall | New York Jets

Pick 159: Marshall PK Justin Rohrwasser | New England Patriots *via Las Vegas Raiders*

Pick 160: Washington C Nick Harris | Cleveland Browns *via Indianapolis Colts*

Pick 161: Minnesota WR Tyler Johnson | Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Pick 162: Michigan OLB Khaleke Hudson | Washington Redskins *via PIT through SEA*

Pick 163: Georgia Southern CB Kindle Vildor | Chicago Bears

Pick 164: Boise State DE Curtis Weaver | Miami Dolphins *via DAL through PHI*

Pick 165: Texas WR Collin Johnson | Jacksonville Jaguars *via Los Angeles Rams*

Pick 166: Wisconsin WR Quintez Cephus | Detroit Lions *via Philadelphia Eagles*

Pick 167: Georgia QB Jake Fromm | Buffalo Bills

Pick 168: Boise State WR John Hightower | Philadelphia Eagles *via New England Patriots*

Pick 169: Temple CB Harrison Hand | Minnesota Vikings *via New Orleans Saints*

Pick 170: Texas Tech DT Broderick Washington Jr. | Baltimore Ravens *via Minnesota Vikings*

Pick 171: Rhode Island WR Isaiah Coulter | Houston Texans

Grade B+: Texans fans, REJOICE! Your DeAndre Hopkins replacement has arrived!

Not actually, but Rhode Island WR Isaiah Coulter is a fascinating prospect. He definitely looks the part. At 6’2, 198 pounds, Coulter has the size, strength and 4.4 40-yard-dash speed to play with any competition. The only problem is he hasn’t played with very much competition. At Rhode Island, Coulter got away with pure athleticism, which translated to very “raw” route running at the combine. Regardless, a skill position pick at 171 is supposed to be a high risk move, and Coulter has the measurable to be a big-time player if he can reach his potential.

Pick 172: New Mexico State RB Jason Huntley | Detroit Lions *via SEA through DET, NE and LV*

Pick 173: Tulane WR Darnell Mooney | Chicago Bears *via BAL through LAR, MIA, and PHI*

Pick 174: NC State DT Larrell Murchison | Tennessee Titans

Pick 175: Minnesota ILB Kamal Martin | Green Bay Packers

Pick 176: Miami WR KJ Osborn | Minnesota Vikings *via San Francisco 49ers*

Pick 177: Michigan DE Mike Danna | Kansas City Chiefs

Pick 178: Wake Forest OLB Justin Strnad | Denver Broncos

Pick 179: Utah DE Bradlee Anae | Dallas Cowboys

ROUND 6

Pick 180: Kansas OL Hakeem Adeniji | Cincinnati Bengals

Pick 181: Fresno State OL Netane Muti | Denver Broncos *via Washington Redskins*

Pick 182: Michigan OL Michael Onwenu | New England Patriots *via DET through IND*

Pick 183: Penn State OLB Cam Brown | New York Giants

Pick 184: Baylor DT Bravvion Roy | Carolina Panthers

Pick 185: LSU LS Blake Ferguson | Miami Dolphins

Pick 186: Notre Dame S Alohi Gilman | Los Angeles Chargers

Pick 187: Michigan WR Donovan Peoples-Jones | Cleveland Browns *via Arizona Cardinals*

Pick 188: Georgia Southern PK Tyler Bass | Buffalo Bills

Pick 189: Oregon State QB Jake Luton | Jacksonville Jaguars

Pick 190: Georgia TE Charlie Woerner | San Francisco 49ers *via ATL through PHI*

Pick 191: Texas A&M P Braden Mann | New York Jets

Pick 192: Michigan OL Jon Runyan | Green Bay Packers *via Las Vegas Raiders*

Pick 193: Penn State DT Robert Windsor | Indianapolis Colts

Pick 194: Nebraska DT Khalil Davis | Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Pick 195: Wake Forest OL Justin Herron | New England Patriots *via Denver Broncos*

Pick 196: Temple ILB Shaun Bradley | Philadelphia Eagles *via Chicago Bears*

Pick 197: Utah DT John Penisini | Detroit Lions *via DAL through MIA and IND*

Pick 198: Maryland S Antoine Brooks Jr. | Pittsburgh Steelers

Pick 199: Ohio State S Jordan Fuller | Los Angeles Rams

Pick 200: Southern Mississippi WR Quez Watkins | Philadelphia Eagles *via PHI through CHI*

Pick 201: SMU WR James Proche | Baltimore Ravens *via BUF through MIN*

Pick 202: California ILB Evan Weaver | Arizona Cardinals *via New England Patriots*

Pick 203: Oregon State OL Blake Brandel | Minnesota Vikings *via New Orleans Saints*

Pick 204: Wyoming ILB Cassh Maluia | New England Patriots *via Houston Texans*

Pick 205: Michigan S Josh Metellus | Minnesota Vikings

Pick 206: Georgia Tech TE Tyler Davis | Jacksonville Jaguars *via Seattle Seahawks*

Pick 207: Oregon State WR Isaiah Hodgins | Buffalo Bills *via BAL through NE*

Pick 208: Oregon C Jake Hanson | Green Bay Packers *via Tennessee Titans*

Pick 209: Indiana OL Simon Stepaniak | Green Bay Packers

Pick 210: Auburn OL Prince Tega Wanogho | Philadelphia Eagles *via San Francisco 49ers*

Pick 211: UMass CB Isaiah Rodgers | Indianapolis Colts *via KC through NYJ*

Pick 212: Washington State WR Desmond Patmon | Indianapolis Colts *via compensatory from NE*

Pick 213: Michigan ILB Jordan Glasgow | Indianapolis Colts *via compensatory from NE*

Pick 214: Florida WR Freddie Swain | Seattle Seahawks

ROUND 7:

Pick 215: Purdue ILB Markus Bailey | Cincinnati Bengals

Pick 216: Arkansas S Kamren Curl | Washington Redskins

Pick 217: Tennessee WR Jauan Jennings | San Francisco 49ers *via Detroit Lions*

Pick 218: Minnesota OLB Carter Coughlin | New York Giants

Pick 219: Iowa S Geno Stone | Baltimore Ravens *via MIA through MIN*

Pick 220: Ohio State WR KJ Hill | Los Angeles Charger

Pick 221: Florida International CB Stanley Thomas-Oliver III | Carolina Panthers

Pick 222: Arizona State RB Eno Benjamin | Arizona Cardinals

Pick 223: Memphis CB Chris Claybrooks | Jacksonville Jaguars

Pick 224: Hawai’i QB Cole McDonald | Tennessee Titans *via Cleveland Browns*

Pick 225: Michigan State DE Kenny Willekes | Minnesota Vikings *via NYJ through BAL*

Pick 226: Colorado OL Arlington Hambright | Chicago Bears *via Las Vegas Raiders*

Pick 227: Tennessee State OL Lachavious Simmons | Chicago Bears *via IND through MIA and PHI*

Pick 228: Syracuse P Sterling Hofrichter | Atlanta Falcons *via TB through PHI*

Pick 229: NC State DE James Smith-Williams | Washington Redskins *via Denver Broncos*

Pick 230: Memphis C Dustin Woodard | New England Patriots *via Atlanta Falcons*

Pick 231: James Madison QB Ben DiNucci | Dallas Cowboys

Pick 232: Nebraska DT Carlos Davis | Pittsburgh Steelers

Pick 233: Stanford DE Casey Toohil | Philadelphia Eagles *via Chicago Bears*

Pick 234: Baylor ILB Clay Johnson | Los Angeles Rams

Pick 235: Ohio State DE Jashon Cornell | Detroit Lions *via PHI through NE*

Pick 236: TCU S Vernon Scott | Green Bay Packers *via BUF through CLE*

Pick 237: Tulane CB Thakarius Keys | Kansas City Chiefs *via NE through DEN and TEN*

Pick 238: South Carolina ILB TJ Brunson | New York Giants *via New Orleans Saints*

Pick 239: Pittsburgh CB Dane Jackson | Buffalo Bills *via Minnesota Vikings*

Pick 240: Mississippi State QB Tommy Stevens | New Orleans Saints *via Houston Texans*

Pick 241: Temple OLB Chapelle Russell | Tampa Bay Buccaneers *via SEA through NE*

Pick 242: Miami DE Jonathan Garvin | Green Bay Packers *via Baltimore Ravens*

Pick 243: Marshall S Chris Jackson | Tennessee Titans

Pick 244: Iowa QB Nate Stanley | Minnesota Vikings *via GB through CLE and NO*

Pick 245: Louisiana RB Raymond Calais | Tampa Bay Buccaneers *via San Francisco 49ers*

Pick 246: Navy RB Malcolm Perry | Miami Dolphins *via Kansas City Chiefs*

Pick 247: Minnesota CB Chris Williamson | New York Giants

Pick 248: Miami (OH) PK Sam Sloman | Los Angeles Rams *via compensatory from HOU*

Pick 249: Mississippi State S Brian Cole II | Minnesota Vikings

Pick 250: Clemson OL Tremayne Anchrum | Los Angeles Rams *via compensatory from HOU*

Pick 251: LSU TE Stephen Sullivan | Seattle Seahawks *via compensatory from MIA*

Pick 252: Florida WR Tyrie Cleveland | Denver Broncos

Pick 253: Washburn OL Kyle Hinton | Minnesota Vikings

Pick 254: North Dakota State OLB Derrek Tuszka | Denver Broncos

Pick 255: ILB Georgia Tae Crowder | New York Giants

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