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Round 1 below 

 

Bengals  Joe Burrow 

Redskins Chase Young 

Lions Jeff Okudah 

Giants Andrew Thomas

Dolphins Tua Tagovailoa 

Chargers Jordan Love 

Panthers Isaiah Simmons 

Cardinals Ceedee Lamb 

Jaguars Jedrick Wills 

Browns Derrick Brown 

Jets Jerry Jeudy 

Raiders Trevon Diggs 

Colts Justin Herbert 

Buccaneers Javon Kinlaw 

Broncos Tristan Wirfs 

Falcons AJ Epenesa 

Cowboys Grant Delpit 

Dolphins Mechi Becton 

Raiders Patrick Queen

Jaguars Kristian Fulton 

Eagles Justin Jefferson 

Bills Laviska Shenault 

Patriots Ross Blacklock 

Saints Tee Higgins 

Vikings CJ Henderson 

Dolphins Henry Ruggs III 

Seahawks Tyler Biadasz 

Ravens Yetur Gross-Matos 

Titans Zack Baun 

Packers Austin Jackson 

49ers Xavier Mckinney 

Chiefs Solomon Kindley

 

Round 2 will start sometime tomorrow 

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13 minutes ago, BProland85 said:

No K’Lavon Chaisson, wow. 

I know.... I almost grabbed him for Baltimore... went with Gross-Matos instead.

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After our 1st round selection of Herbert....


 

Colts select DT Neville Gallimore

 

Lions up

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Carolina fortifies its interior O-line....

 

Panthers select Cesar Ruiz - G/C from Michigan

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Cardinals go for some 5Tech help....

 

AZ selects DL James Lynch - Baylor

 

Browns are up...

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With enough WR depth to hold off one more round, the Colts add a long CB with high-ceiling man skills....

 

Indy selects AJ Terrell - CB Clemson

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Seattle selects EDGE Jonathan Greenard - Florida 

 

That’s a wrap! 
 

Thanks @danlhart87 ... lotta fun going through all 32 teams :thmup:

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