2022 NFL Draft

87th annual meeting of NFL franchises to select newly eligible players

Coordinates 22: 36°7′4.1″N 115°9′57.6″W / 36.117806°N 115.166000°W / 36.117806; -115.166000

2022 NFL Draft
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General information
Date(s)April 28–30, 2022
LocationCaesars Forum (Paradise, Nevada)
Network(s)ESPN, ESPN2, ABC, NFL Network, ESPN Deportes, ESPN Radio
Overview
262 total selections in 7 rounds
LeagueNational Football League
First selectionTravon Walker, DE, Jacksonville Jaguars
Mr. IrrelevantBrock Purdy, QB, San Francisco 49ers
Most selections (11)Baltimore Ravens
Chicago Bears
Green Bay Packers
New York Giants
Fewest selections (4)Miami Dolphins
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The 2022 NFL Draft was the 87th edition of the National Football League's annual draft and was held from April 28–30, 2022, at the Caesars Forum on the Las Vegas Strip in Paradise, Nevada. The first round was held on Thursday, April 28, and was followed by the second and third rounds on Friday, April 29. The draft concluded with rounds 4–7 on Saturday, April 30. It was the first draft to be held in Las Vegas.

The first five selections were defensive players, the second-most taken at the start of a draft after the six in 1991. Along with the 1972 and 2000 drafts, it marked the third time defensive players were the first two picks after the first three picks in the previous year's draft were quarterbacks. Five Georgia defensive players were also taken during the first round, the most from an individual school in a draft.

In addition to the high number of defensive selections, nine offensive linemen were taken in the first round, the most since 2013. Conversely, only one quarterback was selected in the first round at 20th overall, the lowest for a draft's first quarterback since 1997, and no running backs were taken in the first round for the first time since 2014.

The draft also saw a record nine draft-day trades with first-round picks, which resulted in less than half of the first round selections being made by the teams that initially owned them. Analysts attributed the high number of trades to eight teams entering the draft without a first-round selection and a general absence of highly-touted prospects.[1]

Host city

The league awarded the draft to Las Vegas on April 23, 2020. This was after the COVID-19 pandemic forced the 2020 NFL Draft, originally scheduled to be held in Las Vegas, to take place remotely via video conferencing.[2]

Draft activities were held around two main locations on the Las Vegas Strip; invited players walked a red carpet stage constructed on the man-made lake in front of the Bellagio and its fountains. The plans were similar to those originally intended for the 2020 draft, although a plan for players to be transported onto the stage by boat was scrapped in favor of using walkways.[3][4]

Caesars Forum was used to house infrastructure for the event.[3][4] The Linq Promenade hosted the NFL Draft Experience, which featured fan activities.[3][4] Parts of Flamingo Road and Las Vegas Boulevard were closed to vehicle traffic to allow spectators to travel between the two sites.[5]

Player selections

The following is the breakdown of the 262 players selected by position:

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* compensatory selection
× 2020 Resolution JC-2A selection
Pro Bowler[N 1]
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[a] K Kicker[b] KR Kickoff 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 TE Tight end WR Wide receiver
  1. ^ Also known as Offensive guard (OG)
  2. ^ Also known as Placekicker (PK)
Rnd. Pick No. NFL team Player Pos. College Conf. Notes
1 1 Jacksonville Jaguars Travon Walker  DE Georgia SEC
1 2 Detroit Lions Aidan Hutchinson  DE Michigan Big Ten 2021 Lombardi Award, Lott Trophy, and Ted Hendricks Award winner
1 3 Houston Texans Derek Stingley Jr.  CB LSU SEC
1 4 New York Jets Sauce Gardner  CB Cincinnati The American
1 5 New York Giants Kayvon Thibodeaux  DE Oregon Pac-12
1 6 Carolina Panthers Ikem Ekwonu  OT NC State ACC
1 7 New York Giants Evan Neal  OT Alabama SEC from Chicago[R1 - 1]
1 8 Atlanta Falcons Drake London  WR USC Pac-12
1 9 Seattle Seahawks Charles Cross  OT Mississippi State SEC from Denver[R1 - 2]
1 10 New York Jets Garrett Wilson  WR Ohio State Big Ten from Seattle[R1 - 3]
1 11 New Orleans Saints Chris Olave  WR Ohio State Big Ten from Washington[R1 - 4]
1 12 Detroit Lions Jameson Williams  WR Alabama SEC from Minnesota[R1 - 5]
1 13 Philadelphia Eagles Jordan Davis  DT Georgia SEC from Cleveland via Houston[R1 - 6]
2021 Chuck Bednarik Award and Outland Trophy winner
1 14 Baltimore Ravens Kyle Hamilton  S Notre Dame Ind. (FBS)
1 15 Houston Texans Kenyon Green  OG Texas A&M SEC from Miami via Philadelphia[R1 - 7]
1 16 Washington Commanders Jahan Dotson  WR Penn State Big Ten from Indianapolis via Philadelphia and New Orleans[R1 - 8]
1 17 Los Angeles Chargers Zion Johnson  OG Boston College ACC
1 18 Tennessee Titans Treylon Burks  WR Arkansas SEC from New Orleans via Philadelphia[R1 - 9]
1 19 New Orleans Saints Trevor Penning  OT Northern Iowa MVFC from Philadelphia[R1 - 10]
1 20 Pittsburgh Steelers Kenny Pickett  QB Pittsburgh ACC 2021 Johnny Unitas Award and Senior CLASS Award winner
1 21 Kansas City Chiefs Trent McDuffie  CB Washington Pac-12 from New England[R1 - 11]
1 22 Green Bay Packers Quay Walker  LB Georgia SEC from Las Vegas[R1 - 12]
1 23 Buffalo Bills Kaiir Elam  CB Florida SEC from Arizona via Baltimore[R1 - 13]
1 24 Dallas Cowboys Tyler Smith  OT Tulsa The American
1 25 Baltimore Ravens Tyler Linderbaum  C Iowa Big Ten from Buffalo[R1 - 14]
2021 Rimington Trophy winner
1 26 New York Jets Jermaine Johnson II  DE Florida State ACC from Tennessee[R1 - 15]
1 27 Jacksonville Jaguars Devin Lloyd  LB Utah Pac-12 from Tampa Bay[R1 - 16]
1 28 Green Bay Packers Devonte Wyatt  DT Georgia SEC
1 29 New England Patriots Cole Strange  OG Chattanooga SoCon from San Francisco via Miami and Kansas City[R1 - 17]
1 30 Kansas City Chiefs George Karlaftis  DE Purdue Big Ten
1 31 Cincinnati Bengals Daxton Hill  S Michigan Big Ten
1 32 Minnesota Vikings Lewis Cine  S Georgia SEC from L.A. Rams via Detroit[R1 - 18]
2 33 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Logan Hall  DE Houston The American from Jacksonville[R2 - 1]
2 34 Green Bay Packers Christian Watson  WR North Dakota State MVFC from Detroit via Minnesota[R2 - 2]
2 35 Tennessee Titans Roger McCreary  CB Auburn SEC from N.Y. Jets[R2 - 3]
2 36 New York Jets Breece Hall  RB Iowa State Big 12 from N.Y. Giants[R2 - 4]
2 37 Houston Texans Jalen Pitre  S Baylor Big 12
2 38 Atlanta Falcons Arnold Ebiketie  OLB Penn State Big Ten from Carolina via New York Jets and New York Giants[R2 - 5]
2 39 Chicago Bears Kyler Gordon  CB Washington Pac-12
2 40 Seattle Seahawks Boye Mafe  DE Minnesota Big Ten from Denver[R2 - 6]
2 41 Seattle Seahawks Kenneth Walker III  RB Michigan State Big Ten 2021 Walter Camp Award and Doak Walker Award winner
2 42 Minnesota Vikings Andrew Booth Jr.  CB Clemson ACC from Washington via Indianapolis[R2 - 7]
2 43 New York Giants Wan'Dale Robinson  WR Kentucky SEC from Atlanta[R2 - 8]
2 44 Houston Texans John Metchie III  WR Alabama SEC from Cleveland[R2 - 9]
2020 and 2021 Jon Cornish Trophy winner
2 45 Baltimore Ravens David Ojabo  OLB Michigan Big Ten
2 46 Detroit Lions Josh Paschal  DE Kentucky SEC from Minnesota[R2 - 10]
2 47 Washington Commanders Phidarian Mathis  DT Alabama SEC from Indianapolis[R2 - 11]
2 48 Chicago Bears Jaquan Brisker  S Penn State Big Ten from L.A. Chargers[R2 - 12]
2 49 New Orleans Saints Alontae Taylor  CB Tennessee SEC
2 50 New England Patriots Tyquan Thornton  WR Baylor Big 12 from Miami via Kansas City[R2 - 13]
2 51 Philadelphia Eagles Cam Jurgens  C Nebraska Big Ten
2 52 Pittsburgh Steelers George Pickens  WR Georgia SEC
2 53 Indianapolis Colts Alec Pierce  WR Cincinnati The American from Las Vegas via Green Bay and Minnesota[R2 - 14]
2 54 Kansas City Chiefs Skyy Moore  WR Western Michigan MAC from New England[R2 - 15]
2 55 Arizona Cardinals Trey McBride  TE Colorado State MW 2021 John Mackey Award winner
2 56 Dallas Cowboys Sam Williams  DE Ole Miss SEC
2 57 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Luke Goedeke  OT Central Michigan MAC from Buffalo[R2 - 16]
2 58 Atlanta Falcons Troy Andersen  LB Montana State Big Sky from Tennessee[R2 - 17]
2 59 Minnesota Vikings Ed Ingram  OG LSU SEC from Green Bay[R2 - 18]
2 60 Cincinnati Bengals Cam Taylor-Britt  CB Nebraska Big Ten from Tampa Bay via Buffalo[R2 - 19]
2 61 San Francisco 49ers Drake Jackson  DE USC Pac-12
2 62 Kansas City Chiefs Bryan Cook  S Cincinnati The American
2 63 Buffalo Bills James Cook  RB Georgia SEC from Cincinnati[R2 - 20]
2 64 Denver Broncos Nik Bonitto  LB Oklahoma Big 12 from L.A. Rams[R2 - 21]
3 65 Jacksonville Jaguars Luke Fortner  C Kentucky SEC
3 66 Minnesota Vikings Brian Asamoah  LB Oklahoma Big 12 from Detroit[R3 - 1]
3 67 New York Giants Joshua Ezeudu  OG North Carolina ACC
3 68 Cleveland Browns Martin Emerson  CB Mississippi State SEC from Houston[R3 - 2]
3 69 Tennessee Titans Nicholas Petit-Frere  OT Ohio State Big Ten from N.Y. Jets[R3 - 3]
3 70 Jacksonville Jaguars Chad Muma  LB Wyoming MW from Carolina[R3 - 4]
3 71 Chicago Bears Velus Jones Jr.  WR Tennessee SEC
3 72 Seattle Seahawks Abraham Lucas  OT Washington State Pac-12
3 73 Indianapolis Colts Jelani Woods  TE Virginia ACC from Washington[R3 - 5]
3 74 Atlanta Falcons Desmond Ridder  QB Cincinnati The American
3 75 Houston Texans Christian Harris  LB Alabama SEC from Denver[R3 - 6]
3 76 Baltimore Ravens Travis Jones  NT UConn Ind. (FBS)
3 77 Indianapolis Colts Bernhard Raimann  OT Central Michigan MAC from Minnesota[R3 - 7]
3 78 Cleveland Browns Alex Wright  DE UAB C-USA
3 79 Los Angeles Chargers J. T. Woods  S Baylor Big 12
3 80 Denver Broncos Greg Dulcich  TE UCLA Pac-12 from New Orleans via Houston[R3 - 8]
3 81 New York Giants Cordale Flott  CB LSU SEC from Miami[R3 - 9]
3 82 Atlanta Falcons DeAngelo Malone  LB Western Kentucky C-USA from Indianapolis[R3 - 10]
3 83 Philadelphia Eagles Nakobe Dean  LB Georgia SEC 2021 Butkus Award winner
3 84 Pittsburgh Steelers DeMarvin Leal  DE Texas A&M SEC
3 85 New England Patriots Marcus Jones  CB Houston The American 2021 Jet Award and Paul Hornung Award winner
3 86 Tennessee Titans Malik Willis  QB Liberty Ind. (FBS) from Las Vegas[R3 - 11]
3 87 Arizona Cardinals Cameron Thomas  OLB San Diego State MW
3 88 Dallas Cowboys Jalen Tolbert  WR South Alabama Sun Belt
3 89 Buffalo Bills Terrel Bernard  LB Baylor Big 12
3 90 Las Vegas Raiders Dylan Parham  OG Memphis The American from Tennessee[R3 - 12]
3 91 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Rachaad White  RB Arizona State Pac-12
3 92 Green Bay Packers Sean Rhyan  OG UCLA Pac-12
3 93 San Francisco 49ers Tyrion Davis-Price  RB LSU SEC
3 94 Carolina Panthers Matt Corral  QB Ole Miss SEC from Kansas City via New England[R3 - 13]
3 95 Cincinnati Bengals Zachary Carter  DT Florida SEC
3 96 Indianapolis Colts Nick Cross  S Maryland Big Ten from L.A. Rams via Denver[R3 - 14]
3* 97 Detroit Lions Kerby Joseph  S Illinois Big Ten
3* 98 Washington Commanders Brian Robinson Jr.  RB Alabama SEC from New Orleans[R3 - 15]
99 Cleveland Browns David Bell  WR Purdue Big Ten 2020 Resolution JC-2A selection[a]
100 Arizona Cardinals Myjai Sanders  OLB Cincinnati The American 2020 Resolution JC-2A selection[b] from Baltimore[R3 - 16]
101 New York Jets Jeremy Ruckert  TE Ohio State Big Ten 2020 Resolution JC-2A selection[c] from New Orleans via Philadelphia and Tennessee[R3 - 17]
102 Miami Dolphins Channing Tindall  LB Georgia SEC 2020 Resolution JC-2A selection[d] from San Francisco[R3 - 18]
103 Kansas City Chiefs Leo Chenal  LB Wisconsin Big Ten 2020 Resolution JC-2A selection[e]
104 Los Angeles Rams Logan Bruss  OG Wisconsin Big Ten 2020 Resolution JC-2A selection[f]
105 San Francisco 49ers Danny Gray  WR SMU The American 2020 Resolution JC-2A selection[g]
4 106 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Cade Otton  TE Washington Pac-12 from Jacksonville[R4 - 1]
4 107 Houston Texans Dameon Pierce  RB Florida SEC from Detroit via Cleveland[R4 - 2]
4 108 Cleveland Browns Perrion Winfrey  DT Oklahoma Big 12 from Houston[R4 - 3]
4 109 Seattle Seahawks Coby Bryant  CB Cincinnati The American from N.Y. Jets[R4 - 4]
4 110 Baltimore Ravens Daniel Faalele  OT Minnesota Big Ten from N.Y. Giants[R4 - 5]
4 111 New York Jets Max Mitchell  OT Louisiana Sun Belt from Carolina[R4 - 6]
4 112 New York Giants Daniel Bellinger  TE San Diego State MW from Chicago[R4 - 7]
4 113 Washington Commanders Percy Butler  S Louisiana Sun Belt
4 114 New York Giants Dane Belton  S Iowa Big Ten from Atlanta[R4 - 8]
4 115 Denver Broncos Damarri Mathis  CB Pittsburgh ACC
4 116 Denver Broncos Eyioma Uwazurike  DT Iowa State Big 12 from Seattle[R4 - 9]
4 117 New York Jets Micheal Clemons  DE Texas A&M SEC from Minnesota[R4 - 10]
4 118 Minnesota Vikings Akayleb Evans  CB Missouri SEC from Cleveland[R4 - 11]
4 119 Baltimore Ravens Jalyn Armour-Davis  CB Alabama SEC
4 120 Carolina Panthers Brandon Smith  LB Penn State Big Ten from New Orleans via Washington[R4 - 12]
4 121 New England Patriots Jack Jones  CB Arizona State Pac-12 from Miami via Kansas City[R4 - 13]
4 122 Las Vegas Raiders Zamir White  RB Georgia SEC from Indianapolis via Minnesota[R4 - 14]
4 123 Los Angeles Chargers Isaiah Spiller  RB Texas A&M SEC
4 124 Cleveland Browns Cade York  K LSU SEC from Philadelphia via Houston[R4 - 15]
4 125 Miami Dolphins Erik Ezukanma  WR Texas Tech Big 12 from Pittsburgh[R4 - 16]
4 126 Las Vegas Raiders Neil Farrell Jr.  DT LSU SEC from Las Vegas via Minnesota[R4 - 17]
4 127 New England Patriots Pierre Strong Jr.  RB South Dakota State MVFC
4 128 Baltimore Ravens Charlie Kolar  TE Iowa State Big 12 from Arizona[R4 - 18]
4 129 Dallas Cowboys Jake Ferguson  TE Wisconsin Big Ten
4 130 Baltimore Ravens Jordan Stout  P Penn State Big Ten from Buffalo[R4 - 19]
4 131 Tennessee Titans Hassan Haskins  RB Michigan Big Ten
4 132 Green Bay Packers Romeo Doubs  WR Nevada MW
4 133 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Jake Camarda  P Georgia SEC
4 134 San Francisco 49ers Spencer Burford  OT UTSA C-USA
4 135 Kansas City Chiefs Joshua Williams  CB Fayetteville State CIAA
4 136 Cincinnati Bengals Cordell Volson  OT North Dakota State MVFC
4 137 New England Patriots Bailey Zappe  QB Western Kentucky C-USA from L.A. Rams via Houston and Carolina[R4 - 20]
4* 138 Pittsburgh Steelers Calvin Austin  WR Memphis The American
4* 139 Baltimore Ravens Isaiah Likely  TE Coastal Carolina Sun Belt
4* 140 Green Bay Packers Zach Tom  OG Wake Forest ACC
4* 141 Baltimore Ravens Damarion Williams  CB Houston The American
4* 142 Los Angeles Rams Decobie Durant  CB South Carolina State MEAC
4* 143 Tennessee Titans Chigoziem Okonkwo  TE Maryland Big Ten
5 144 Washington Commanders Sam Howell  QB North Carolina ACC from Jacksonville via Carolina[R5 - 1]
5 145 Kansas City Chiefs Darian Kinnard  OT Kentucky SEC from Detroit via Denver and Seattle[R5 - 2]
5 146 New York Giants Micah McFadden  LB Indiana Big Ten from N.Y. Jets[R5 - 3]
5 147 New York Giants D. J. Davidson  NT Arizona State Pac-12
5 148 Buffalo Bills Khalil Shakir  WR Boise State MW from Houston via Chicago[R5 - 4]
5 149 Washington Commanders Cole Turner  TE Nevada MW from Carolina[R5 - 5]
5 150 Houston Texans Thomas Booker  DT Stanford Pac-12 from Chicago[R5 - 6]
5 151 Atlanta Falcons Tyler Allgeier  RB BYU Ind. (FBS)
5 152 Denver Broncos Delarrin Turner-Yell  S Oklahoma Big 12
5 153 Seattle Seahawks Tariq Woolen  CB UTSA C-USA
5 154 Jacksonville Jaguars Snoop Conner  RB Ole Miss SEC from Washington via Philadelphia[R5 - 7]
5 155 Dallas Cowboys Matt Waletzko  OT North Dakota MVFC from Cleveland[R5 - 8]
5 156 Cleveland Browns Jerome Ford  RB Cincinnati The American from Baltimore via Minnesota[R5 - 9]
5 157 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Zyon McCollum  CB Sam Houston State WAC from Minnesota via Jacksonville[R5 - 10]
5 158 Seattle Seahawks Tyreke Smith  DE Ohio State Big Ten from Miami via New England and Kansas City[R5 - 11]
5 159 Indianapolis Colts Eric Johnson  DT Missouri State MVFC
5 160 Los Angeles Chargers Otito Ogbonnia  DT UCLA Pac-12
5 161 New Orleans Saints D'Marco Jackson  LB Appalachian State Sun Belt
5 162 Denver Broncos Montrell Washington  WR Samford SoCon from Philadelphia via Houston[R5 - 12]
5 163 Tennessee Titans Kyle Philips  WR UCLA Pac-12 from Pittsburgh via N.Y. Jets[R5 - 13]
5 164 Los Angeles Rams Kyren Williams  RB Notre Dame Ind. (FBS) from New England via Las Vegas[R5 - 14]
5 165 Minnesota Vikings Esezi Otomewo  DE Minnesota Big Ten from Las Vegas[R5 - 15]
5 166 Cincinnati Bengals Tycen Anderson  S Toledo MAC from Arizona via Philadelphia, Houston, and Chicago[R5 - 16]
5 167 Dallas Cowboys DaRon Bland  CB Fresno State MW
5 168 Chicago Bears Braxton Jones  OT Southern Utah Big Sky from Buffalo[R5 - 17]
5 169 Minnesota Vikings Ty Chandler  RB North Carolina ACC from Tennessee via Las Vegas[R5 - 18]
5 170 Houston Texans Teagan Quitoriano  TE Oregon State Pac-12 from Tampa Bay via New England[R5 - 19]
5 171 Denver Broncos Luke Wattenberg  C Washington Pac-12 from Green Bay[R5 - 20]
5 172 San Francisco 49ers Samuel Womack  CB Toledo MAC
5 173 New York Giants Marcus McKethan  OG North Carolina ACC from Kansas City via Baltimore[R5 - 21]
5 174 Chicago Bears Dominique Robinson  DE Miami (OH) MAC from Cincinnati[R5 - 22]
5 175 Las Vegas Raiders Matthew Butler  DT Tennessee SEC from L.A. Rams[R5 - 23]
5* 176 Dallas Cowboys Damone Clark  LB LSU SEC
5* 177 Detroit Lions James Mitchell  TE Virginia Tech ACC
5* 178 Dallas Cowboys John Ridgeway  DT Arkansas SEC
5* 179 Green Bay Packers Kingsley Enagbare  DE South Carolina SEC from Indianapolis via Denver[R5 - 24]
6 180 Buffalo Bills Matt Araiza  P San Diego State MW from Jacksonville via Tampa Bay[R6 - 1]
6 181 Philadelphia Eagles Kyron Johnson  LB Kansas Big 12 from Detroit[R6 - 2]
6 182 New York Giants Darrian Beavers  LB Cincinnati The American
6 183 New England Patriots Kevin Harris  RB South Carolina SEC from Houston[R6 - 3]
6 184 Minnesota Vikings Vederian Lowe  OT Illinois Big Ten from N.Y. Jets[R6 - 4]
6 185 Buffalo Bills Christian Benford  CB Villanova CAA from Carolina[R6 - 5]
6 186 Chicago Bears Zachary Thomas  OT San Diego State MW
6 187 San Francisco 49ers Nick Zakelj  OT Fordham Patriot from Denver[R6 - 6]
6 188 Detroit Lions Malcolm Rodriguez  LB Oklahoma State Big 12 from Seattle via Jacksonville and Philadelphia[R6 - 7]
6 189 Carolina Panthers Amaré Barno  LB Virginia Tech ACC from Washington[R6 - 8]
6 190 Atlanta Falcons Justin Shaffer  OG Georgia SEC
6 191 Minnesota Vikings Jalen Nailor  WR Michigan State Big Ten from Baltimore via Kansas City[R6 - 9]
6 192 Indianapolis Colts Andrew Ogletree  TE Youngstown State MVFC from Minnesota[R6 - 10]
6 193 Dallas Cowboys Devin Harper  LB Oklahoma State Big 12 from Cleveland[R6 - 11]
6 194 New Orleans Saints Jordan Jackson  DT Air Force MW from Indianapolis via Philadelphia[R6 - 12]
6 195 Los Angeles Chargers Jamaree Salyer  OG Georgia SEC
6 195.5 New Orleans Saints Selection forfeited[Forfeit 1]
6 196 Baltimore Ravens Tyler Badie  RB Missouri SEC from Miami[R6 - 13]
6 197 Jacksonville Jaguars Gregory Junior  CB Ouachita Baptist GAC from Philadelphia[R6 - 14]
6 198 Philadelphia Eagles Grant Calcaterra  TE SMU The American from Pittsburgh via Jacksonville[R6 - 15]
6 199 Carolina Panthers Cade Mays  OG Tennessee SEC from Las Vegas[R6 - 16]
6 200 New England Patriots Sam Roberts  DE Northwest Missouri State MIAA
6 201 Arizona Cardinals Keaontay Ingram  RB USC Pac-12
6 202 Cleveland Browns Michael Woods II  WR Oklahoma Big 12 from Dallas[R6 - 17]
6 203 Chicago Bears Trestan Ebner  RB Baylor Big 12 from Buffalo[R6 - 18]
6 204 Tennessee Titans Theo Jackson  S Tennessee SEC
6 205 Houston Texans Austin Deculus  OT LSU SEC from Green Bay[R6 - 19]
6 206 Denver Broncos Matt Henningsen  DT Wisconsin Big Ten from Tampa Bay via N.Y. Jets and Philadelphia[R6 - 20]
6 207 Chicago Bears Doug Kramer  C Illinois Big Ten from San Francisco via N.Y. Jets and Houston[R6 - 21]
6 208 Pittsburgh Steelers Connor Heyward  TE Michigan State Big Ten from Kansas City[R6 - 22]
6 209 Buffalo Bills Luke Tenuta  OT Virginia Tech ACC from Cincinnati[R6 - 23]
6 210 New England Patriots Chasen Hines  OG LSU SEC from L.A. Rams[R6 - 24]
6* 211 Los Angeles Rams Quentin Lake  S UCLA Pac-12
6* 212 Los Angeles Rams Derion Kendrick  CB Georgia SEC
6* 213 Atlanta Falcons John FitzPatrick  TE Georgia SEC
6* 214 Los Angeles Chargers Ja'Sir Taylor  CB Wake Forest ACC
6* 215 Arizona Cardinals Lecitus Smith  OG Virginia Tech ACC
6* 216 Indianapolis Colts Curtis Brooks  DT Cincinnati The American
6* 217 Detroit Lions James Houston  LB Jackson State SWAC
6* 218 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Ko Kieft  TE Minnesota Big Ten from L.A. Rams[R6 - 25]
6* 219 Tennessee Titans Chance Campbell  LB Ole Miss SEC
6* 220 San Francisco 49ers Kalia Davis  DT UCF The American
6* 221 San Francisco 49ers Tariq Castro-Fields  CB Penn State Big Ten
7 222 Jacksonville Jaguars Montaric Brown  CB Arkansas SEC
7 223 Cleveland Browns Isaiah Thomas  DE Oklahoma Big 12 from Detroit[R7 - 1]
7 224 Miami Dolphins Cameron Goode  LB California Pac-12 from Houston via New England and Baltimore[R7 - 2]
7 225 Pittsburgh Steelers Mark Robinson  LB Ole Miss SEC from N.Y. Jets[R7 - 3]
7 226 Chicago Bears Ja'Tyre Carter  OG Southern SWAC from N.Y. Giants via Cincinnati[R7 - 4]
7 227 Minnesota Vikings Nick Muse  TE South Carolina SEC from Carolina via Las Vegas[R7 - 5]
7 228 Green Bay Packers Tariq Carpenter  LB Georgia Tech ACC from Chicago via Houston[R7 - 6]
7 229 Seattle Seahawks Bo Melton  WR Rutgers Big Ten
7 230 Washington Commanders Chris Paul  OG Tulsa The American
7 231 Buffalo Bills Baylon Spector  LB Clemson ACC from Atlanta[R7 - 7]
7 232 Denver Broncos Faion Hicks  CB Wisconsin Big Ten
7 233 Seattle Seahawks Dareke Young  WR Lenoir–Rhyne SAC from Minnesota via Kansas City[R7 - 8]
7 234 Green Bay Packers Jonathan Ford  DT Miami (FL) ACC from Cleveland via Detroit and Denver[R7 - 9]
7 235 Los Angeles Rams Daniel Hardy  LB Montana State Big Sky from Baltimore via Jacksonville and Tampa Bay[R7 - 10]
7 236 Los Angeles Chargers Deane Leonard  CB Ole Miss SEC
7 237 Detroit Lions Chase Lucas  CB Arizona State Pac-12 from New Orleans via Philadelphia[R7 - 11]
7 238 Las Vegas Raiders Thayer Munford  OT Ohio State Big Ten from Miami via L.A. Rams[R7 - 12]
7 239 Indianapolis Colts Rodney Thomas II  S Yale Ivy
7 240 Washington Commanders Christian Holmes  CB Oklahoma State Big 12 from Philadelphia via Indianapolis[R7 - 13]
7 241 Pittsburgh Steelers Chris Oladokun  QB South Dakota State MVFC
7 242 Carolina Panthers Kalon Barnes  CB Baylor Big 12 from New England via Miami[R7 - 14]
7 243 Kansas City Chiefs Jaylen Watson  CB Washington State Pac-12 from Las Vegas via New England[R7 - 15]
7 244 Arizona Cardinals Christian Matthew  CB Valdosta State Gulf South
7 245 New England Patriots Andrew Stueber  OG Michigan Big Ten from Dallas via Houston[R7 - 16]
7 246 Cleveland Browns Dawson Deaton  C Texas Tech Big 12 from Buffalo[R7 - 17]
7 247 Miami Dolphins Skylar Thompson  QB Kansas State Big 12 from Tennessee[R7 - 18]
7 248 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Andre Anthony  DE LSU SEC
7 249 Green Bay Packers Rasheed Walker  OT Penn State Big Ten
7 250 Las Vegas Raiders Brittain Brown  RB UCLA Pac-12 from San Francisco via Denver and Minnesota[R7 - 19]
7 251 Kansas City Chiefs Isiah Pacheco  RB Rutgers Big Ten
7 252 Cincinnati Bengals Jeffrey Gunter  DE Coastal Carolina Sun Belt
7 253 Los Angeles Rams Russ Yeast  S Kansas State Big 12
7* 254 Chicago Bears Elijah Hicks  S California Pac-12 from L.A. Chargers[R7 - 20]
7* 255 Chicago Bears Trenton Gill  P NC State ACC from L.A. Chargers[R7 - 21]
7* 256 Arizona Cardinals Jesse Luketa  LB Penn State Big Ten
7* 257 Arizona Cardinals Marquis Hayes  OG Oklahoma Big 12
7* 258 Green Bay Packers Samori Toure  WR Nebraska Big Ten
7* 259 Kansas City Chiefs Nazeeh Johnson  S Marshall C-USA
7* 260 Los Angeles Chargers Zander Horvath  FB Purdue Big Ten
7* 261 Los Angeles Rams A. J. Arcuri  OT Michigan State Big Ten from Tampa Bay[R7 - 22]
7* 262 San Francisco 49ers Brock Purdy  QB Iowa State Big 12 Mr. Irrelevant

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 2022 draft.

Round one

  1. ^ No. 7: Chicago → N.Y. Giants (PD). Chicago traded its first and fourth-round selections (7th and 112th overall), as well as 2021 first and fourth-round selections (20th and 164th overall), to the New York Giants in exchange for a 2021 first-round selection (11th overall).[trade 1]
  2. ^ No. 9: Denver → Seattle (PD). Denver traded Drew Lock, Shelby Harris, Noah Fant, first, second, and fifth-round selections (9th, 40th, and 152nd overall), as well as 2023 first and second-round selections to the Seattle Seahawks in exchange for Russell Wilson and a fourth-round selection (116th overall).[trade 2]
  3. ^ No. 10: Seattle → N.Y. Jets (PD). Seattle traded safety Bradley McDougald, a first-round selection, and 2021 first and third-round selections to the New York Jets in exchange for safety Jamal Adams and a fourth-round selection.[trade 3]
  4. ^ No. 11: Washington → New Orleans (D). Washington traded its first-round selection (11th overall) to New Orleans in exchange for a first-, third-, and fourth-round selections (16th, 98th, and 120th overall).[trade 4]
  5. ^ No. 12: Minnesota → Detroit (D). Minnesota traded its first- and second-round selections (12th and 46th overall) to the Detroit Lions in exchange for a first-, second-, and third-round selections (32nd, 34th, and 66th overall).[trade 5]
  6. ^ No. 13: Cleveland → Houston → Philadelphia. Multiple trades:
           Cleveland → Houston (PD). Cleveland traded 2022 first and fourth-round selections (13th and 107th overall), 2023 first and third-round selections, and 2024 first and fourth-round selections in exchange for quarterback Deshaun Watson and a 2024 sixth-round selection.[trade 6]
           Houston → Philadelphia (D). Houston traded its first-round selection (13th overall) to Philadelphia in exchange for a first-, fourth-, and two fifth-round selections (15th, 124th, 162nd, and 166th overall).[trade 7]
  7. ^ No. 15: Miami → Philadelphia → Houston. Multiple trades:
           Miami → Philadelphia (PD). Miami traded its first-round selection as well as 2021 first and fourth-round selections (12th and 123rd overall) for Philadelphia's 2021 first and fifth-round selections (6th and 156th overall).[trade 8]
           Philadelphia → Houston (D). See No. 13: Houston → Philadelphia.[trade 7]
  8. ^ No. 16: Indianapolis → Philadelphia → New Orleans → Washington. Multiple trades:
           Indianapolis → Philadelphia (PD). Indianapolis traded a conditional second-round selection and a 2021 third-round selection to Philadelphia in exchange for quarterback Carson Wentz. The conditional selection became a first-round selection because Wentz played 75% of Indianapolis' offensive snaps.[trade 9]
           Philadelphia → New Orleans (PD). Philadelphia traded two first-round selections (16th and 19th overall) and a sixth-round selection (194th overall) to New Orleans in exchange for first, third, and seventh-round selections (18th, 101st, and 237th overall) as well as a 2023 first-round selection and a 2024 second-round selection.[trade 10]
           New Orleans → Washington (D). See No. 11: Washington → New Orleans.[trade 4]
  9. ^ No. 18: New Orleans → Philadelphia → Tennessee. Multiple trades:
           New Orleans → Philadelphia (PD). See No. 16: Philadelphia → New Orleans.[trade 10]
           Philadelphia → Tennessee (D). Philadelphia traded a first- and third-round selection (18th and 101st overall) in exchange for wide receiver A. J. Brown.[trade 11]
  10. ^ No. 19: Philadelphia → New Orleans (PD). See No. 16: Philadelphia → New Orleans.[trade 10]
  11. ^ No. 21: New England → Kansas City (D). New England traded its first-round selection (21st overall) to Kansas City in exchange for a first-, third-, and fourth-round selections (29th, 94th, and 121st overall).[trade 12]
  12. ^ No. 22: Las Vegas → Green Bay (PD). Las Vegas traded a first-round selection and a second-round selection to Green Bay in exchange for wide receiver Davante Adams.[trade 13]
  13. ^ No. 23: Arizona → Baltimore → Buffalo. Multiple trades:
           Arizona → Baltimore (D). Arizona traded its first-round selection (23rd overall) to Baltimore in exchange for wide receiver Marquise Brown and the latter of its two third-round selections (100th overall).[trade 14]
           Baltimore → Buffalo (D). Baltimore traded a first-round selection (23rd overall) to Buffalo in exchange for a first- and fourth-round selection (25th and 130th overall).[trade 15]
  14. ^ No. 25: Buffalo → Baltimore (D). See No. 23: Baltimore → Buffalo.[trade 15]
  15. ^ No. 26: Tennessee → N.Y. Jets (D). Tennessee traded first- and third-round selections (26th and 101st overall) to the New York Jets in exchange for second-, third- and fifth-round selections (35th, 69th, and 163rd overall).[trade 16]
  16. ^ No. 27: Tampa Bay → Jacksonville (D). Tampa Bay traded its first-round selection (27th overall) to Jacksonville in exchange for second-, fourth-, and sixth-round selections (33rd, 106th, and 180th overall).[trade 17]
  17. ^ No. 29: San Francisco → Miami → Kansas City → New England. Multiple trades:
           San Francisco → Miami (PD). San Francisco traded its first-round regular selection and a third-round compensatory selection as well as 2021 and 2023 first-round selections in exchange for one of Miami's 2021 first-round selections (3rd overall).[trade 18]
           Miami → Kansas City (PD). Miami traded first, second, and fourth-round selections as well as 2023 fourth and sixth-round selections to Kansas City in exchange for wide receiver Tyreek Hill.[trade 19]
           Kansas City → New England (D). See No. 21: New England → Kansas City.[trade 12]
  18. ^ No. 32: L.A. Rams → Detroit → Minnesota. Multiple trades:
           L.A. Rams → Detroit (PD). The Los Angeles Rams traded their first-round selection as well as their 2021 third-round and 2023 first-round selections and quarterback Jared Goff to Detroit in exchange for quarterback Matthew Stafford.[trade 20]
           Detroit → Minnesota (D). See No. 12: Minnesota → Detroit.[trade 5]

Round two

  1. ^ No. 33: Jacksonville → Tampa Bay (D). See No. 27: Tampa Bay → Jacksonville.[trade 17]
  2. ^ No. 34: Detroit → Minnesota → Green Bay. Multiple trades:
           Detroit → Minnesota (D). See No. 12 Minnesota → Detroit.[trade 5]
           Minnesota → Green Bay (D). Minnesota traded a second-round selection (34th overall) to Green Bay in exchange for two second-round selections (53rd and 59th overall).[trade 21]
  3. ^ No. 35: N.Y. Jets → Tennessee (D). See No. 26: Tennessee → N.Y. Jets.[trade 16]
  4. ^ No. 36: N.Y. Giants → N.Y. Jets (D). The Giants traded their second-round selection (36th overall) to the Jets in exchange for a second- and fifth-round selection (38th and 146th overall).[trade 22]
  5. ^ No. 38: Carolina → N.Y. Jets → N.Y. Giants → Atlanta. Multiple trades:
           Carolina → N.Y. Jets (PD). Carolina traded second and fourth-round selections, and a 2021 sixth-round selection to the New York Jets in exchange for quarterback Sam Darnold.[trade 23]
           N.Y. Jets → N.Y. Giants (D). See No. 36: N.Y. Giants → N.Y. Jets.[trade 22]
           N.Y. Giants → Atlanta (D). The Giants traded their second-round selection (38th overall) to Atlanta in exchange for second- and fourth-round selections (43rd and 114th overall).[trade 24]
  6. ^ No. 40: Denver → Seattle (PD). See No. 9: Denver → Seattle.[trade 2]
  7. ^ No. 42: Washington → Indianapolis → Minnesota. Multiple trades:
           Washington → Indianapolis (PD). Washington traded second and third-round selections to Indianapolis in exchange for quarterback Carson Wentz, a second-round selection, and a seventh-round selection.[trade 25]
           Indianapolis → Minnesota (D). Indianapolis traded their second- and fourth-round selections (42nd and 122nd overall) to Minnesota in exchange for second-, third-, and sixth-round selections (53rd, 77th, and 192nd overall).[trade 26]
  8. ^ No. 43: Atlanta → N.Y. Giants (D). See No. 38: Carolina → N.Y. Jets → N.Y. Giants → Atlanta.[trade 24]
  9. ^ No. 44: Cleveland → Houston (D). Cleveland traded its second-round selection (44th overall) to Houston in exchange for one third- and two fourth-round selections (68th, 108th, and 124th overall).[trade 27]
  10. ^ No. 46: Minnesota → Detroit (D). See No. 12: Minnesota → Detroit.[trade 5]
  11. ^ No. 47: Indianapolis → Washington (PD). See No. 42: Washington → Indianapolis.[trade 25]
  12. ^ No. 48: L.A. Chargers → Chicago (PD). The Los Angeles Chargers traded a second-round selection as well as a 2023 sixth-round selection to Chicago in exchange for outside linebacker Khalil Mack.[trade 28]
  13. ^ No. 50: Miami → Kansas City → New England. Multiple trades:
           Miami → Kansas City (PD). See No. 29: San Francisco → Miami → Kansas City → New England.[trade 19]
           Kansas City → New England (D). Kansas City traded a second-round selection (50th overall) to New England for a second- and fifth-round selection (54th and 158th overall).[trade 29]
  14. ^ No. 53: Las Vegas → Green Bay → Minnesota → Indianapolis. Multiple trades:
           Las Vegas → Green Bay (PD). See No. 22: Las Vegas → Green Bay.[trade 13]
           Green Bay → Minnesota (D). See No. 34: Minnesota → Green Bay.[trade 21]
           Minnesota → Indianapolis (D). See No. 42: Washington → Indianapolis → Minnesota.[trade 26]
  15. ^ No. 54: New England → Kansas City (D). See No. 50: Kansas City → New England.[trade 29]
  16. ^ No. 57: Buffalo → Tampa Bay (D). Buffalo traded a second-round selection (57th overall) to Tampa Bay for a second- and sixth-round selection (60th and 180th overall).[trade 30]
  17. ^ No. 58: Tennessee → Atlanta (PD). Tennessee traded a second-round selection and a 2023 fourth-round selection to Atlanta in exchange for wide receiver Julio Jones and a 2023 sixth-round selection.[trade 31]
  18. ^ No. 59: Green Bay → Minnesota (D). See No. 34: Detroit → Minnesota → Green Bay.[trade 21]
  19. ^ No. 60: Tampa Bay → Buffalo → Cincinnati. Multiple trades:
           Tampa Bay → Buffalo (D). See No. 57: Buffalo → Tampa Bay.[trade 30]
           Buffalo → Cincinnati (D). Buffalo traded a second-round selection (60th overall) to Cincinnati for a second- and sixth-round selection (63rd and 209th overall).[trade 32]
  20. ^ No. 63: Cincinnati → Buffalo (D). See No. 60: Buffalo → Cincinnati.[trade 32]
  21. ^ No. 64: L.A. Rams → Denver (PD). The Los Angeles Rams traded their second- and third-round selections to Denver in exchange for linebacker Von Miller.[trade 33]

Round three

  1. ^ No. 66: Detroit → Minnesota (D). See No. 12: Minnesota → Detroit.[trade 5]
  2. ^ No. 68: Houston → Cleveland (D). See No. 44: Cleveland → Houston.[trade 27]
  3. ^ No. 69: N.Y. Jets → Tennessee (D). See No. 26: Tennessee → N.Y. Jets.[trade 16]
  4. ^ No. 70: Carolina → Jacksonville (PD). Carolina traded a third-round selection and tight end Dan Arnold to Jacksonville in exchange for cornerback C. J. Henderson and a fifth-round selection.[trade 34]
  5. ^ No. 73: Washington → Indianapolis (PD). See No. 42: Washington → Indianapolis.[trade 25]
  6. ^ No. 75: Denver → Houston (D). Denver traded a third-round selection (75th overall) to Houston in exchange for a third- and fifth-round selection (80th and 162nd overall).[trade 35]
  7. ^ No. 77: Minnesota → Indianapolis (D). See No. 42: Indianapolis → Minnesota.[trade 26]
  8. ^ No. 80: New Orleans → Houston → Denver. Multiple trades:
           No. 80: New Orleans → Houston (PD). New Orleans traded a third-round and a conditional 2023 sixth-round selection to Houston in exchange for cornerback Bradley Roby.[trade 36]
           No. 80: Houston → Denver (D). See No. 75: Denver → Houston.[trade 35]
  9. ^ No. 81: Miami → N.Y. Giants (PD). Miami traded a third-round selection and a 2021 second-round selection (50th overall) to the N.Y. Giants in exchange for a 2021 second-round selection (42nd overall).[trade 37]
  10. ^ No. 82: Indianapolis → Atlanta (PD). Indianapolis traded a third-round selection to Atlanta in exchange for quarterback Matt Ryan.[trade 38]
  11. ^ No. 86: Las Vegas → Tennessee (D). Las Vegas traded its third-round selection (86th overall) to Tennessee in exchange for a third- and fifth-round selection (90th and 169th overall).[trade 39]
  12. ^ No. 90: Tennessee → Las Vegas (D). See No. 86: Las Vegas → Tennessee.[trade 39]
  13. ^ No. 94: Kansas City → New England → Carolina (D). Multiple trades:
           Kansas City → New England (D). See No. 21: New England → Kansas City.[trade 12]
           New England → Carolina (D). New England traded its third-round selection (94th overall) to Carolina in exchange for a fourth-round selection (137th overall) and a 2023 third-round selection.[trade 40]
  14. ^ No. 96: L.A. Rams → Denver → Indianapolis (D). Multiple trades:
           No. 96: L.A. Rams → Denver (PD). See No. 32: L.A. Rams → Denver.[trade 33]
           No. 96: Denver → Indianapolis (D). Denver traded its third-round selection (96th overall) to Indianapolis in exchange for a fifth-round selection (179th overall) and a 2023 third-round selection.[trade 41]
  15. ^ No. 98: New Orleans → Washington (D). See No. 11: Washington → New Orleans.[trade 4]
  16. ^ No. 100: Baltimore → Arizona (D). See No. 23: Arizona → Baltimore.[trade 14]
  17. ^ No. 101: New Orleans → Philadelphia → Tennessee → N.Y. Jets. Multiple trades:
           New Orleans → Philadelphia (PD). See No. 16: Philadelphia → New Orleans.[trade 10]
           Philadelphia → Tennessee (D). See No. 18: Philadelphia → Tennessee.[trade 11]
           Tennessee → N.Y Jets (D). See No. 26: Tennessee → N.Y. Jets.[trade 16]
  18. ^ No. 102: San Francisco → Miami (PD). See No. 29: San Francisco → Miami.[trade 18]

Round four

  1. ^ No. 106: Jacksonville → Tampa Bay (D). See No. 27: Tampa Bay → Jacksonville.[trade 17]
  2. ^ No. 107: Detroit → Cleveland → Houston. Multiple trades:
           Detroit → Cleveland (PD). Detroit traded a fourth-round selection and a 2021 fifth-round selection to Cleveland in exchange for 2021 fourth- and seventh-round selections.[trade 42]
           Cleveland → Houston (PD). See No. 13: Cleveland → Houston.[trade 6]
  3. ^ No. 108: Houston → Cleveland (D). See No. 44: Cleveland → Houston.[trade 27]
  4. ^ No. 109: N.Y. Jets → Seattle (PD). See No. 10: Seattle → N.Y. Jets.[trade 3]
  5. ^ No. 110: N.Y. Giants → Baltimore (PD). The Giants traded a fourth-round selection to Baltimore in exchange for guard Ben Bredeson, a fifth-round selection, and a 2023 seventh-round selection.[trade 43]
  6. ^ No. 111: Carolina → N.Y. Jets (PD). See No. 38: N.Y. Jets → Carolina.[trade 23]
  7. ^ No. 112: Chicago → N.Y. Giants (PD). See No. 7: Chicago → N.Y. Giants.[trade 1]
  8. ^ No. 114: Atlanta → N.Y. Giants (D). See No. 38: N.Y. Giants → Atlanta.[trade 24]
  9. ^ No. 116: Seattle → Denver (PD). See No. 9: Denver → Seattle.[trade 2]
  10. ^ No. 117: Minnesota → N.Y. Jets (PD). Minnesota traded a fourth-round selection to the Jets in exchange for tight end Chris Herndon and a sixth-round selection.[trade 44]
  11. ^ No. 118: Cleveland → Minnesota (D). Cleveland traded a fourth-round selection (118th overall) to Minnesota in exchange for a fifth-round selection (156th overall) and a 2023 fourth-round selection.[trade 45]
  12. ^ No. 120: New Orleans → Washington → Carolina. Multiple trades:
           No. 120: New Orleans → Washington (D). See No. 11: Washington → New Orleans.[trade 4]
           No. 120: Washington → Carolina (D). Washington traded fourth- and sixth-round selections (120th and 189th overall) to Carolina in exchange for two fifth-round selections (144th and 149th overall).[trade 46]
  13. ^ No. 121: Miami → Kansas City → New England. Multiple trades:
           Miami → Kansas City (PD). See No. 29: San Francisco → Miami → Kansas City.[trade 19]
           Kansas City → New England (D). See No. 21: New England → Kansas City.[trade 12]
  14. ^ No. 122: Indianapolis → Minnesota → Las Vegas. Multiple trades:
           No. 122: Indianapolis → Minnesota (D). See No. 42: Indianapolis → Minnesota.[trade 26]
           No. 122: Minnesota → Las Vegas (D). Minnesota traded fourth- and seventh-round selections (122nd and 250th overall) to Las Vegas in exchange for fourth- and seventh-round selections (126th and 227th overall).[trade 47]
  15. ^ No. 124: Philadelphia → Houston → Cleveland. Multiple trades:
           Philadelphia → Houston (PD). See No. 13: Houston → Philadelphia.[trade 7]
           Houston → Cleveland (D). See No. 44: Cleveland → Houston.[trade 27]
  16. ^ No. 125: Pittsburgh → Miami (PD). Pittsburgh traded a fourth-round selection to Miami in exchange for a 2021 fifth-round selection.[trade 48]
  17. ^ No. 126: Las Vegas → Minnesota → Las Vegas. Multiple trades:
            No. 126: Las Vegas → Minnesota. See No. 122: Minnesota → Las Vegas.[trade 47]
           No. 126: Minnesota → Las Vegas. Minnesota traded a fourth-round selection (126th overall) to Las Vegas in exchange for two fifth-round selections (165th and 169th overall).[trade 49]
  18. ^ No. 128: Arizona → Baltimore (PD). Arizona traded a fourth-round selection and a 2021 fifth-round selection to Baltimore in exchange for 2021 fourth- and sixth-round selections.[trade 50]
  19. ^ No. 130: Buffalo → Baltimore (D). See No. 23: Baltimore → Buffalo.[trade 15]
  20. ^ No. 137: L.A. Rams → Houston → Carolina → New England. Multiple trades:
           L.A. Rams → Houston (PD). The Los Angeles Rams traded a fourth-round selection and wide receiver Brandin Cooks to Houston in exchange for a 2020 second-round selection.[trade 51]
           Houston → Carolina (PD). Houston traded a fourth-round selection as well as 2021 fourth- and fifth-round selections (109th and 158th overall) to Carolina in exchange for a 2021 third-round selection (89th overall).[trade 52]
           Carolina → New England (D). See No. 94: Kansas City → New England → Carolina.[trade 40]

Round five

  1. ^ No. 144: Jacksonville → Carolina → Washington. Multiple trades:
           No. 144: Jacksonville → Carolina (PD). See No. 70: Carolina → Jacksonville.[trade 34]
           No. 144: Carolina → Washington (D). See No. 120: New Orleans → Washington → Carolina.[trade 46]
  2. ^ No. 145: Detroit → Denver → Seattle → Kansas City. Multiple trades:
           No. 145: Detroit → Denver (PD). Detroit traded a fifth-round selection and a seventh-round selection to Denver in exchange for wide receiver Trinity Benson and a 2023 sixth-round pick.[trade 53]
           No. 145: Denver → Seattle (PD). See No. 9: Denver → Seattle.[trade 2]
           No. 145: Seattle → Kansas City (D). Seattle traded a fifth-round selection (145th overall) to Kansas City in exchange for fifth- and seventh-round selections (158th and 233th overall).[trade 54]
  3. ^ No. 146: N.Y. Jets → N.Y. Giants (D). See No. 36: N.Y. Giants → N.Y. Jets.[trade 22]
  4. ^ No. 148: Houston → Chicago → Buffalo. Multiple trades:
           No. 148: Houston → Chicago (PD). Houston traded a fifth-round selection to Chicago in exchange for wide receiver Anthony Miller and a seventh-round draft selection.[trade 55]
           No. 148: Chicago → Buffalo (D). Chicago traded a fifth-round selection (148th overall) to Buffalo in exchange for fifth- and sixth-round draft selections (168th and 203rd).[trade 56]
  5. ^ No. 149: Carolina → Washington (D). See No. 120: New Orleans → Washington → Carolina.[trade 46]
  6. ^ No. 150: Chicago → Houston (D). Chicago traded a fifth-round selection (150th overall) to Houston in exchange for fifth- and sixth-round selections (166th and 207th overall).[trade 57]
  7. ^ No. 154: Washington → Philadelphia → Jacksonville. Multiple trades:
           No. 154: Washington → Philadelphia (PD). Washington traded a fifth-round selection to Philadelphia in exchange for 2021 sixth and seventh-round selections.[trade 58]
           No. 154: Philadelphia → Jacksonville (D). Philadelphia traded a fifth-round selection (154th overall) to Jacksonville in exchange for two sixth-round selections (188th and 198th overall).[trade 59]
  8. ^ No. 155: Cleveland → Dallas (PD). Cleveland traded a fifth-round selection and a sixth-round selection to Dallas in exchange for wide receiver Amari Cooper and a sixth-round selection.[trade 60]
  9. ^ No. 156: Baltimore → Minnesota → Cleveland (D). Multiple trades:
           No. 156: Baltimore → Minnesota → (PD). Baltimore traded a conditional fifth-round selection and a 2021 third-round selection to Minnesota in exchange for defensive end Yannick Ngakoue. The fifth-round pick would have become a fourth-round pick if Ngakoue was selected on the first ballot to the 2021 Pro Bowl (not as an alternate). This did not happen, so the pick remained in the fifth round.[trade 61]
           No. 156: Minnesota → Cleveland (D). See No. 118: Cleveland → Minnesota.[trade 45]
  10. ^ No. 157: Minnesota → Jacksonville → Tampa Bay. Multiple trades:
           No. 157: Minnesota → Jacksonville (PD). Minnesota traded a conditional fifth-round selection and a 2021 second-round selection to Jacksonville in exchange for defensive end Yannick Ngakoue. The fifth-round pick would have become a fourth-round pick if Ngakoue was selected on the first ballot to the 2021 Pro Bowl (not as an alternate). This did not happen, so the pick remained in the fifth round.[trade 62]
           No. 157: Jacksonville → Tampa Bay (D). Jacksonville traded a fifth- and seventh-round pick (157th and 235th overall) to Tampa Bay in exchange for a 2023 fourth-round pick.[trade 63]
  11. ^ No. 158: Miami → New England → Kansas City → Seattle. Multiple trades:
           No. 158: Miami → New England (PD). Miami traded a fifth-round selection and wide receiver DeVante Parker to New England in exchange for a 2023 third-round selection.[trade 64]
           No. 158: New England → Kansas City (D). See No. 50: Kansas City → New England.[trade 29]
           No. 158: Kansas City → Seattle (D). See No. 145: Seattle → Kansas City.[trade 54]
  12. ^ No. 162: Philadelphia → Houston → Denver (D) Multiple trades:
           No. 162: Philadelphia → Houston (D).See No. 13: Houston → Philadelphia.[trade 7]
           No. 162: Houston → Denver (D). See No. 75: Denver → Houston.[trade 35]
  13. ^ No. 163: Pittsburgh → N.Y. Jets → Tennessee. Multiple trades:
            No. 163: Pittsburgh → N.Y. Jets (PD). Pittsburgh traded a fifth-round selection to the New York Jets in exchange for linebacker Avery Williamson and a seventh-round selection (225th overall).[trade 65]
           N.Y. Jets → Tennessee (D) See No. 26: Tennessee → N.Y. Jets.[trade 16]
  14. ^ No. 164: New England → Las Vegas → L.A. Rams. Multiple trades:
            No. 164: New England → Las Vegas (PD). New England traded a fifth-round selection to Las Vegas in exchange for offensive tackle Trent Brown and a seventh-round selection (243rd overall).[trade 66]
           No. 164: Las Vegas → L.A. Rams (D). Las Vegas traded a fifth-round selection (164th overall) to the L.A. Rams in exchange for a fifth- and seventh-round selection (175th and 238th overall).[trade 67]
  15. ^ No. 165: Las Vegas → Minnesota (D) See No. 126: Las Vegas → Minnesota → Las Vegas.[trade 49]
  16. ^ No. 166: Arizona → Philadelphia → Houston → Chicago → Cincinnati. Multiple trades:
            No. 166: Arizona → Philadelphia (PD). Arizona traded a fifth-round selection and cornerback Tay Gowan to Philadelphia in exchange for tight end Zach Ertz.[trade 68]
           No. 166: Philadelphia → Houston (D) See No. 13: Houston → Philadelphia.[trade 7]
           No. 166: Houston → Chicago (D). See No. 150: Chicago → Houston.[trade 57]
           No. 166: Chicago → Cincinnati (D). Chicago traded a fifth-round selection (166th overall) to Cincinnati in exchange for fifth- and seventh-round selections (174th and 226th overall).[trade 69]
  17. ^ No. 168: Buffalo → Chicago (D). See No. 148: Chicago → Buffalo.[trade 56]
  18. ^ No. 169: Tennessee → Las Vegas → Minnesota. Multiple trades:
           No. 169: Tennessee → Las Vegas (D). See No. 86: Las Vegas → Tennessee.[trade 39]
           No. 169: Las Vegas → Minnesota (D) See No. 126: Las Vegas → Minnesota → Las Vegas.[trade 49]
  19. ^ No. 170: Tampa Bay → New England → Houston. Multiple trades:
           Tampa Bay → New England (PD) Tampa Bay traded its fifth-round selection (170th) to New England in exchange for G Shaq Mason.[trade 70]
           New England → Houston (PD) New England traded a fifth-round selection (170th) to Houston in exchange for sixth- and seventh-round selections (183rd and 245th).[trade 71]
  20. ^ No. 171: Green Bay → Denver (D). Green Bay traded a fifth-round selection (171st overall) to Denver in exchange for a fifth- and seventh-round selection (179th and 234th overall).[trade 72]
  21. ^ No. 173: Kansas City → Baltimore → N.Y. Giants. Multiple trades:
           Kansas City → Baltimore (PD). Kansas City traded a fifth-round selection, 2021 first, third, and fourth-round selections to Baltimore in exchange for a sixth-round selection, a 2021 second-round selection, and offensive tackle Orlando Brown Jr.[trade 73]
           Baltimore → N.Y. Giants (PD). See No. 110: N.Y. Giants → Baltimore.[trade 43]
  22. ^ No. 174: Cincinnati → Chicago (D). See No. 166: Arizona → Philadelphia → Houston → Chicago → Cincinnati[trade 69]
  23. ^ No. 175: L.A. Rams → Las Vegas (D). See No. 164: New England → Las Vegas → L.A. Rams.[trade 67]
  24. ^ No. 179: Indianapolis → Denver → Green Bay. Multiple trades:
           No. 179: Indianapolis → Denver (D). See No. 96: L.A. Rams → Denver → Indianapolis.[trade 41]
           No. 179: Denver → Green Bay (D). See No. 171: Green Bay → Denver.[trade 72]

Round six

  1. ^ No. 180: Jacksonville → Tampa Bay (D). See No. 27: Tampa Bay → Jacksonville.[trade 17]
  2. ^ No. 181: Detroit → Philadelphia (D). Detroit traded a sixth-round selection (181st overall) to Philadelphia in exchange for a sixth- and seventh-round selection (188th and 237th overall).[trade 74]
  3. ^ No. 183: Houston → New England (PD). See No. 170: New England → Houston.[trade 71]
  4. ^ No. 184: N.Y. Jets → Minnesota (PD). See No. 117: Minnesota → N.Y. Jets.[trade 44]
  5. ^ No. 185: Carolina → Buffalo (PD). Carolina traded a sixth-round selection to Buffalo in exchange for defensive end Darryl Johnson.[trade 75]
  6. ^ No. 187: Denver → San Francisco (PD). Denver traded a sixth-round selection and a 2023 seventh-round selection to San Francisco in exchange for linebacker Jonas Griffith and a seventh-round selection.[trade 76]
  7. ^ No. 188: Seattle → Jacksonville → Philadelphia → Detroit. Multiple trades:
           No. 188: Seattle → Jacksonville (PD). Seattle traded a sixth-round selection to Jacksonville in exchange for cornerback Sidney Jones.[trade 77]
           No. 188: Jacksonville → Philadelphia (D). See No. 154: Washington → Philadelphia → Jacksonville[trade 59]
           No. 188: Philadelphia → Detroit (D). See No. 181: Detroit → Philadelphia[trade 74]
  8. ^ No. 189: Washington → Carolina (D). See No. 120: New Orleans → Washington → Carolina.[trade 46]
  9. ^ No. 191: Baltimore → Kansas City → Minnesota. Multiple trades:
           Baltimore → Kansas City (PD). See No. 173: Kansas City → Baltimore.[trade 73]
           Kansas City → Minnesota (PD). Kansas City traded a sixth-round selection to Minnesota in exchange for cornerback Mike Hughes and a seventh-round selection.[trade 78]
  10. ^ No. 192: Minnesota → Indianapolis (D). See No. 42: Indianapolis → Minnesota.[trade 26]
  11. ^ No. 193: Cleveland → Dallas (PD). See No. 155: Cleveland → Dallas.[trade 60]
  12. ^ No. 194: Indianapolis → Philadelphia → New Orleans. Multiple trades:
           Indianapolis → Philadelphia (PD). Indianapolis traded a sixth-round selection to Philadelphia in exchange for guard Matt Pryor and a seventh-round selection.[trade 79]
           Philadelphia → New Orleans (PD). See No. 16: Philadelphia → New Orleans.[trade 10]
  13. ^ No. 196: Miami → Baltimore (PD). Miami traded a sixth-round selection to Baltimore in exchange for center Greg Mancz and a seventh-round selection.[trade 80]
  14. ^ No. 197: Philadelphia → Jacksonville (PD). Philadelphia traded a conditional sixth-round selection to Jacksonville in exchange for quarterback Gardner Minshew.[trade 81]
  15. ^ No. 198: Pittsburgh → Jacksonville → Philadelphia. Multiple trades:
           No. 198: Pittsburgh → Jacksonville (PD). Pittsburgh traded a sixth-round selection to Jacksonville in exchange for linebacker Joe Schobert.[trade 82]
           No. 198: Jacksonville → Philadelphia (D). See No. 154: Washington → Philadelphia → Jacksonville[trade 59]
  16. ^ No. 199: Las Vegas → Carolina (PD). Las Vegas traded a sixth-round selection to Carolina in exchange for linebacker Denzel Perryman and a seventh-round selection.[trade 83]
  17. ^ No. 202: Dallas → Cleveland (PD). See No. 155: Cleveland → Dallas.[trade 60]
  18. ^ No. 203: Buffalo → Chicago (D). See No. 148: Chicago → Buffalo.[trade 56]
  19. ^ No. 205: Green Bay → Houston (PD). Green Bay traded a sixth-round selection to Houston in exchange for wide receiver Randall Cobb.[trade 84]
  20. ^ No. 206: Tampa Bay → N.Y. Jets → Philadelphia → Denver. Multiple trades:
           Tampa Bay → N.Y. Jets (PD). Tampa Bay traded a sixth-round selection to the New York Jets in exchange for nose tackle Steve McLendon and a 2023 seventh-round selection.[trade 85]
           N.Y. Jets → Philadelphia (PD). The Jets traded a conditional sixth-round selection to Philadelphia in exchange for quarterback Joe Flacco. The pick would have been elevated to the fifth round if Flacco had met playing time conditions.[trade 86]
           Philadelphia → Denver (PD). Philadelphia traded a sixth-round selection to Denver in exchange for cornerback Kary Vincent Jr.[trade 87]
  21. ^ No. 207: San Francisco → N.Y. Jets → Houston → Chicago. Multiple trades:
           No. 207: San Francisco → N.Y. Jets (PD). San Francisco traded a sixth-round selection to the New York Jets in exchange for linebacker Jordan Willis and a 2021 seventh-round selection.[trade 88]
           No. 207: N.Y. Jets → Houston (PD). The Jets traded this sixth-round selection to Houston in exchange for linebacker Shaq Lawson.[trade 89]
           No. 207: Houston → Chicago (D). See No. 150: Chicago → Houston.[trade 57]
  22. ^ No. 208: Kansas City → Pittsburgh (PD). Kansas City traded a sixth-round selection to Pittsburgh in exchange for defensive end Melvin Ingram.[trade 90]
  23. ^ No. 209: Cincinnati → Buffalo (D). See No. 60: Buffalo → Cincinnati.[trade 32]
  24. ^ No. 210: L.A. Rams → New England (PD). The Rams traded a sixth-round selection and a 2023 fourth-round selection to New England in exchange for running back Sony Michel.[trade 91]
  25. ^ No. 218: L.A. Rams → Tampa Bay. The L.A. Rams traded a sixth-round selection (218th overall) to Tampa Bay in exchange for two seventh-round selections (235th and 261st overall).[trade 92]

Round seven

  1. ^ No. 223: Detroit → Cleveland (PD). Detroit traded a conditional seventh-round selection in exchange for quarterback David Blough and a seventh-round selection.[trade 93]
  2. ^ No. 224: Houston → New England → Baltimore → Miami . Multiple trades:
           Houston → New England (PD). Houston traded a seventh-round selection to New England in exchange for tight end Ryan Izzo.[trade 94]
           New England → Baltimore (PD). New England traded a seventh-round selection and a 2023 fifth-round selection to Baltimore in exchange for cornerback Shaun Wade.[trade 95]
           Baltimore → Miami (PD). See No. 196: Miami → Baltimore.[trade 80]
  3. ^ No. 225: N.Y. Jets → Pittsburgh (PD). See No. 163: Pittsburgh → N.Y. Jets.[trade 65]
  4. ^ No. 226: N.Y. Giants → Cincinnati → Chicago. Multiple trades:
           No. 226: N.Y. Giants → Cincinnati (PD). The Giants traded a conditional seventh-round selection and defensive lineman B. J. Hill to Cincinnati in exchange for center Billy Price.[trade 96]
           No. 226: Cincinnati → Chicago (D). See No. 166: Arizona → Philadelphia → Houston → Chicago → Cincinnati[trade 69]
  5. ^ No. 227: Carolina → Las Vegas → Minnesota. Multiple trades:
           No. 227: Carolina → Las Vegas (PD). See No. 199: Las Vegas → Carolina.[trade 83]
           No. 227: Las Vegas → Minnesota. See No. 122: Minnesota → Las Vegas.[trade 47]
  6. ^ No. 228: Chicago → Houston → Green Bay. Multiple trades:
           Chicago → Houston (PD). See No. 148: Houston → Chicago.[trade 55]
           Houston → Green Bay (PD). Houston traded a seventh-round selection to Green Bay in exchange for cornerback Ka'dar Hollman.[trade 97]
  7. ^ * No. 231: Atlanta → Buffalo (PD). Atlanta traded a seventh-round selection to Buffalo in exchange for tight end Lee Smith.[trade 98]
  8. ^ No. 233: Minnesota → Kansas City → Seattle. Multiple trades:
           No. 233: Minnesota → Kansas City (PD). See No. 191: Kansas City → Minnesota.[trade 78]
           No. 233: Kansas City → Seattle (D). See No. 145: Seattle → Kansas City.[trade 54]
  9. ^ No. 234: Cleveland → Detroit → Denver → Green Bay. Multiple trades:
           No. 234: Cleveland → Detroit (PD) See No. 223: Detroit → Cleveland.[trade 93]
            No. 234: Detroit → Denver (PD) See No. 145: Detroit → Denver.[trade 53]
           No. 234: Denver → Green Bay (D). See No. 171: Green Bay → Denver.[trade 72]
  10. ^ No. 235: Baltimore → Jacksonville → Tampa Bay → L.A. Rams. Multiple trades:
           No. 235: Baltimore → Jacksonville (PD). Baltimore traded a conditional seventh-round selection to Jacksonville in exchange for tight end Josh Oliver. The trade was conditional on Oliver making Baltimore's roster in 2021.[trade 99]
           No. 235: Jacksonville → Tampa Bay (D). See No. 157: Jacksonville → Tampa Bay.[trade 63]
           No. 235: Tampa Bay → L.A. Rams (D). See No. 218: L.A. Rams → Tampa Bay.[trade 92]
  11. ^ No. 237: New Orleans → Philadelphia → Detroit. Multiple trades:
           No. 237: New Orleans → Philadelphia (PD). See No. 16: Philadelphia → New Orleans.[trade 10]
           No. 237: Philadelphia → Detroit (D). See No. 181: Detroit → Philadelphia[trade 74]
  12. ^ No. 238: Miami → L.A. Rams → Las Vegas. Multiple trades:
           No. 238: Miami → L.A. Rams (PD). Miami traded a seventh-round selection to the Los Angeles Rams in exchange for cornerback Aqib Talib and a 2020 fifth-round selection originally acquired from Baltimore.[trade 100]
           No. 238: L.A. Rams → Las Vegas (D). See No. 164: New England → Las Vegas → L.A. Rams[trade 67]
  13. ^ No. 240: Philadelphia → Indianapolis → Washington. Multiple trades:
           Philadelphia → Indianapolis (PD). See No. 194: Indianapolis → Philadelphia.[trade 79]
           Indianapolis → Washington (PD). See No. 42: Washington → Indianapolis.[trade 25]
  14. ^ No. 242: New England → Miami → Carolina. Multiple trades:
           New England → Miami (PD). New England traded a conditional seventh-round selection to Miami in exchange for wide receiver Isaiah Ford, who met the conditions for that selection.[trade 101]
           Miami → Carolina (PD). Miami traded a seventh-round selection to the Carolina Panthers in exchange for offensive tackle Greg Little.[trade 102]
  15. ^ No. 243: Las Vegas → New England → Kansas City. Multiple trades:
           Las Vegas → New England (PD). See No. 164: New England → Las Vegas.[trade 66]
           New England → Kansas City (PD). New England traded a seventh-round selection to Kansas City in exchange for offensive tackle Yasir Durant.[trade 103]
  16. ^ No. 245: Dallas → Houston → New England. Multiple trades:
           Dallas → Houston (PD). Dallas traded a seventh-round selection to Houston in exchange for defensive tackle Eli Ankou.[trade 104]
           Houston → New England (PD). See No. 170: New England → Houston.[trade 71]
  17. ^ No. 246: Buffalo → Cleveland (PD) Buffalo traded a seventh-round selection to Cleveland in exchange for quarterback Case Keenum.[trade 105]
  18. ^ No. 247: Tennessee → Miami (PD). Tennessee traded a seventh-round selection and offensive lineman Isaiah Wilson to Miami in exchange for a 2021 seventh-round selection.[trade 106]
  19. ^ No. 250: San Francisco → Denver → Minnesota. Multiple trades:
           No. 250: San Francisco → Denver (PD). See No. 187: Denver → San Francisco.[trade 76]
           No. 250: Denver → Minnesota (PD). Denver traded a seventh-round selection to Minnesota in exchange for defensive end Stephen Weatherly and a 2023 seventh-round selection.[trade 107]
           No. 250: Minnesota → Las Vegas. See No. 122: Minnesota → Las Vegas.[trade 47]
  20. ^ No. 254: L.A. Chargers → Chicago (D). The L.A. Chargers traded two seventh-round selections (254th and 255th overall) to Chicago in exchange for a 2023 sixth-round selection.[trade 108]
  21. ^ No. 255: L.A. Chargers → Chicago (D). See No. 254: L.A. Chargers → Chicago.[trade 108]
  22. ^ No. 261: Tampa Bay → L.A. Rams (D). See No. 218: L.A. Rams → Tampa Bay.[trade 92]

2020 Resolution JC-2A picks

Since the 2021 draft, the NFL, under 2020 Resolution JC-2A, rewards teams for developing minority candidates for head coach and/or general manager positions.[16] The resolution rewards teams whose minority candidates are hired away for one of those positions by awarding draft picks, which are at the end of the third round, after standard compensatory picks; if multiple teams qualify, they are awarded by draft order in the first round. These picks are in addition to, and have no impact on, the standard 32 compensatory picks.[17] Seven picks have been awarded for the draft pursuant to the resolution.

  1. ^ Cleveland received a third-round selection and a 2023 third-round selection when Minnesota hired Browns' vice president of football operations Kwesi Adofo-Mensah as general manager.[6]
  2. ^ Baltimore received a third-round selection along with a 2021 third-round selection when Houston hired Ravens assistant head coach and passing game coordinator David Culley as head coach.[7]
  3. ^ New Orleans received a third-round selection along with a 2021 third-round selection when Atlanta hired Saints pro scouting director Terry Fontenot as general manager.[8]
  4. ^ San Francisco received a third-round selection along with 2021 and 2023 third-round selections when the New York Jets hired its defensive coordinator Robert Saleh as head coach and Washington hired 49ers vice president of player personnel Martin Mayhew as general manager.[9][10][11]
  5. ^ Kansas City received a third-round selection and a 2023 third-round selection when Chicago hired Chiefs executive director of player personnel Ryan Poles as general manager.[12]
  6. ^ The Los Angeles Rams received a third-round selection along with a 2021 third-round selection when Detroit hired their college scouting director Brad Holmes as general manager.[13]
  7. ^ San Francisco received an additional third-round selection and another 2023 third-round selection when Miami hired 49ers offensive coordinator Mike McDaniel also as head coach.[14]

Notes

  1. ^ Players are identified as Pro Bowlers if they were selected for the Pro Bowl at any time in their career.

Forfeited picks

  1. ^ New Orleans forfeited its sixth-round selection as a penalty for repeated violations of the league's COVID-19 guidelines.[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 3 5 3 1 4 1 19
ACC 4 1 2 2 4 4 4 21
Big 12 0 4 3 4 1 5 8 24
Big Ten 7 7 7 7 3 7 10 48
C-USA 0 0 2 2 1 0 1 6
Ind. (FBS) 1 0 2 0 2 0 0 5
MAC 0 2 1 0 3 0 0 6
MW 0 1 2 2 3 3 0 11
Pac-12 4 2 4 2 6 2 5 25
SEC 12 10 12 9 6 11 5 65
Sun Belt 0 0 1 3 1 0 1 6
NCAA Division I FCS football conferences
Big Sky 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 3
CAA 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1
Ivy 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1
MEAC 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1
MVFC 1 1 0 2 2 1 1 8
Patriot 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1
SoCon 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 2
SWAC 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 2
WAC 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1
Non-Division I NCAA football conferences
CIAA (DII) 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1
GAC (DII) 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1
Gulf South (DII) 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1
MIAA (DII) 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1
SAC (DII) 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1

Colleges with multiple draft selections

Selections Colleges
15 Georgia
10 LSU
9 Cincinnati
8 Penn State
7 Alabama, Oklahoma
6 Baylor, Ohio State, Ole Miss, UCLA
5 Michigan, Tennessee, Wisconsin
4 Arizona State, Iowa State, Kentucky, Michigan State, Minnesota, North Carolina, San Diego State, Texas A&M, Virginia Tech, Washington
3 Arkansas, Florida, Houston, Illinois, Nebraska, Oklahoma State, Purdue, South Carolina, USC
2 California, Central Michigan, Clemson, Coastal Carolina, Iowa, Kansas State, Louisiana, Maryland, Memphis, Mississippi State, Missouri, Montana State, NC State, Nevada, North Dakota State, Notre Dame, Pittsburgh, Rutgers, SMU, South Dakota State, Texas Tech, Toledo, Tulsa, UTSA, Wake Forest, Washington State, Western Kentucky

Selections by position

Position Round 1 Round 2 Round 3 Round 4 Round 5 Round 6 Round 7 Total
Center 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 6
Cornerback 4 5 3 7 4 5 7 35
Defensive back 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 2
Defensive end 5 5 4 1 4 1 3 23
Defensive tackle 2 1 2 3 6 4 1 19
Fullback 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 2
Guard 3 1 3 1 1 5 4 18
Kicker 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1
Linebacker 2 4 8 1 3 7 6 31
Offensive tackle 5 1 4 4 3 5 3 25
Punter 0 0 0 2 0 1 1 4
Quarterback 1 0 3 1 1 0 3 9
Running back 0 3 3 5 5 4 2 22
Safety 3 3 3 2 2 2 4 19
Tight end 0 1 3 6 3 4 1 18
Wide receiver 6 7 4 3 3 2 3 28
Position Round 1 Round 2 Round 3 Round 4 Round 5 Round 6 Round 7 Total
Offense 16 14 21 20 17 22 18 128
Defense 16 18 20 15 19 19 22 129
Special teams 0 0 0 3 0 1 1 5

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