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The 2022 NFL Draft has just ended, which means the fantasy football community has immediately shifted their attention to dynasty leagues. The draft was full of wide receivers that will make an instant impact in the NFL, as 13 were drafted in the first two rounds.

Dynasty rookie drafts will be dominated by the wide receiver position, but a big element of rookie drafts are trades. This is the time of year when dynasty managers are active traders, but they might not be fully up to date on each player's new value.

Here are my top-300 dynasty players to not only help you decide which player to take when you’re on the clock but also which players to trade for or trade away. Thirty-six rookies are included among the 300 players.

Last updated: 7:00 p.m., Saturday, Apr. 30
Rank Position Name Team Position Rank
1 RB Jonathan Taylor Colts RB1
2 WR Justin Jefferson Vikings WR1
3 RB Najee Harris Steelers RB2
4 WR Ja'Marr Chase Bengals WR2
5 WR Cooper Kupp Rams WR3

The league has more than its fair share of dynamic young wide receivers, but it’s so hard to find a good young running back who plays a significant role in their offense. Comparatively, there are significantly more wide receivers to get excited about for 2022 and beyond, which is why the running back position headlines these rankings.

Jonathan Taylor will be the unanimous RB1 in dynasty leagues throughout the offseason, though Najee Harris shouldn’t be far behind. The Steelers workhorse finished as the RB3 this past season thanks, in large part, to volume — his 978 offensive snaps were 170 more than any other running back.

Harris played behind one of the worst offensive lines in the NFL in 2021, finishing the year as the only 1,000-yard back who averaged less than a yard before contact per carry. Pittsburgh also had one of the youngest offensive lines in the league, which should improve with another season together. The Steelers added two unrestricted free agents to also help Harris.

Justin Jefferson lands as the top wide receiver on the list as one of the most accomplished wide receivers through his first two seasons in NFL history. He leads all wide receivers in receptions, yards and explosive plays over their first two seasons in the last decade. He’s finished as a top-seven fantasy wide receiver in back-to-back years, and the scary part is there is room for improvement.

His 24.7% career threat rate is very good but not as high as other elite wide receivers. Cooper Kupp and Davante Adams finished above 30% in 2021. Jefferson has a new head coach in Kevin O’Connell — the former Rams offensive coordinator who just helped Kupp toward one of the best wide receiver seasons in NFL history. O’Connell has already said in interviews that Jefferson will be Minnesota's version of Kupp.

Jefferson is much younger than Kupp. He also has significantly less competition for targets than Ja’Marr Chase, making him the most exciting wide receiver going forward.

Rank Position Name Team Position Rank
6 WR Deebo Samuel 49ers WR4
7 RB Javonte Williams Broncos RB3
8 RB Christian McCaffrey Panthers RB4
9 RB Austin Ekeler Chargers RB5
10 WR Stefon Diggs Bills WR5
11 WR Davante Adams Raiders WR6
12 RB Derrick Henry Titans RB6
13 WR CeeDee Lamb Cowboys WR7
14 RB Alvin Kamara Saints RB7
15 WR A.J. Brown Eagles WR8

Javone Williams ranks third among running backs due to the combination of his age, talent and potential opportunity. The North Carolina product just turned 22 years old, and he just led the league in avoided tackles per carry (0.31). Williams played roughly 50% of offensive snaps for the Denver Broncos last season but finished as the RB1 for the week when he was elevated into the starting role. Melvin Gordon III returned to the Broncos, but under a new coaching staff, it wouldn’t be surprising for Williams to take the lead in carries and routes. Russell Wilson took over at quarterback for Denver, which should lead to more red-zone opportunities for both backs.

Other running backs in this tier are holding off other younger backs due to their roles in their offenses. It’s becoming exceedingly rare for a team to have a clear-cut top running back play the majority of snaps on both early downs and third downs. The other running backs on the list are expected to keep those roles for at least the immediate future.

Davante Adams and A.J. Brown remain among the top-eight wide receivers despite changing teams this offseason. They stay this high simply due to their talent. Adams' 93.9 PFF grade over the last three seasons is clearly ahead of the other wide receivers. Brown’s grade ranks third among the wide receivers over the last three years. Their elite talent outweighs the uncertainty of being in a new situation.

Rank Position Name Team Position Rank
16 RB Cam Akers Rams RB8
17 RB D'Andre Swift Lions RB9
18 WR Tee Higgins Bengals WR9
19 RB Dalvin Cook Vikings RB10
20 WR Diontae Johnson Steelers WR10
21 RB Elijah Mitchell 49ers RB11
22 WR Elijah Moore Jets WR11
23 TE Kyle Pitts Falcons TE1
24 WR Chris Godwin Buccaneers WR12
25 RB Joe Mixon Bengals RB12
26 WR Amon-Ra St. Brown Lions WR13
27 WR Jaylen Waddle Dolphins WR14

D’Andre Swift is notably lower here than he is in other dynasty rankings. His 58.3 PFF overall grade was the lowest among the five Detroit Lions running backs last season. His 2.4 yards after contact per carry and 0.11 avoided tackles per carry ranked second- and third-worst, respectively, among the 30 running backs with 150 or more carries.

Swift dazzled in one game with 33 carries, but outside of that, he failed to run more than 15 times in a game all season. Craig Reynolds provided one of the Lions' best rushing performances of the season and remained part of the rotation late in the year, as Swift ran the ball just 11 times over his final two games. The former second-round pick plays on a team that loves to run the football but hasn’t convinced anyone that he should be the running back to get those carries. 

The former Georgia Bulldog could keep the receiving back role in 2022, but his play as a pass-catcher out of the backfield declined last season. He averaged 0.39 yards per route run over the second half of the season — last among 45 qualifying running backs. Every back ahead of him in these rankings is either just as young but has played better to this point or is a little older and has played much better.

Rank Position Name Team Position Rank
28 RB Breece Hall Jets RB13
29 TE Mark Andrews Ravens TE2
30 WR Drake London Falcons WR15
31 WR Keenan Allen Chargers WR16
32 WR DeAndre Hopkins Cardinals WR17
33 WR D.J. Moore Panthers WR18
34 WR Michael Thomas Saints WR19
35 WR DeVonta Smith Eagles WR20
36 WR D.K. Metcalf Seahawks WR21
37 TE George Kittle 49ers TE3
38 WR Tyreek Hill Dolphins WR22
39 RB Antonio Gibson Commanders RB14
40 RB Leonard Fournette Buccaneers RB15
41 WR Terry McLaurin Commanders WR23
42 RB James Conner Cardinals RB16

None of the rookies from the 2022 draft are good enough for the first two rounds of a dynasty startup, but the first few can be taken in the third round. Breece Hall was the first running back off the board during NFL drafts and should be the first rookie in both redrafts and dynasty leagues. He is the only rookie back who has a clear path to over 60% of his offense’s snaps.

There will be more debate about the first rookie wide receiver picked. Drake London ended up with the best mix of talent and opportunity. Our Seth Galina believes he can be the best receiver in the class thanks to his ability to beat press coverage, run precise routes and make contested catches. The Falcons will give him plenty of opportunities to earn targets, which helps him stand out from other wide receivers that were called early on Thursday night.

This is also the range where elite tight ends should come off the board. Kyle Pitts stands in a league of his own in dynasty leagues after one of the best rookie seasons by a tight end, but Mark Andrews and George Kittle shouldn’t fall too far behind. They are the only two tight ends in the league under 30 years old with multiple top-five fantasy finishes in their career.

Michael Thomas was one of the biggest high-risk, high-reward draft picks last year — and it ended up being all risk and no reward. Until there is more clarity on his situation, he will likely give fantasy managers headaches once again. He didn’t play at all last year and was limited to seven games in 2020. When we last saw Thomas at full strength, he averaged over 100 receiving yards per game and a touchdown every other game. His 2019 fantasy point total would have ranked second in 2021 despite the 16-game schedule. Thomas is back as the top receiver on the Saints, and at 29 years old. it’s too early to give up on him.

Rank Position Name Team Position Rank
43 WR Garrett Wilson Jets WR24
44 TE Travis Kelce Chiefs TE4
45 RB Nick Chubb Browns RB17
46 WR Treylon Burks Titans WR25
47 WR Chase Claypool Steelers WR26
48 RB Travis Etienne Jaguars RB18
49 WR Kadarius Toney Giants WR27
50 WR Tyler Lockett Seahawks WR28
51 WR Rashod Bateman Ravens WR29
52 WR Rondale Moore Cardinals WR30
53 WR Mike Evans Buccaneers WR31
54 WR Jameson Williams Lions WR32
55 WR Chris Olave Saints WR33
56 WR Adam Thielen Vikings WR34
57 RB Saquon Barkley Giants RB19
58 WR Michael Pittman Jr. Colts WR35
59 RB Aaron Jones Packers RB20
60 RB Ezekiel Elliott Cowboys RB21

This tier is full of young wide receivers mixed with veterans at other positions. Four first-round rookie wide receivers can be found here mixed in with second-year receivers who didn’t get as many opportunities in their first year. Rashod Bateman caught an impressive 10 of 15 contested catches in his rookie season. He will have a chance to be the top wide receiver in Baltimore after Sammy Watkins left in free agency and the team traded Marquise Brown to the Arizona Cardinals. Speaking of the Cardinals, Rondale Moore should become the team’s starting slot receiver after Christian Kirk left in free agency. Moore avoided 13 tackles on his receptions, ranking second in the rookie class to only Ja’Marr Chase.

Travis Kelce can be found here despite being 32 years old. These rankings generally discount players who are on the decline, but Kelce has been the best or second-best tight end in fantasy football each of the last six years. The value in having Kelce over a replacement level tight end, even for a season or two, is significant, whereas several other tight ends can be more interchangeable.

Aaron Jones and Ezekiel Elliott are in awkward positions in dynasty leagues. They’ve both finished as RB1s in each of the last three seasons, but they also have younger running backs on their roster who have graded better as runners. Similar to Kelce, both players should be fantasy producers for at least a little while longer, but the clock will run out sometime.

Rank Position Name Team Position Rank
61 WR Hunter Renfrow Raiders WR36
62 WR Darnell Mooney Bears WR37
63 WR Brandin Cooks Texans WR38
64 QB Josh Allen Bills QB1
65 WR Brandon Aiyuk 49ers WR39
66 QB Lamar Jackson Ravens QB2
67 WR Gabriel Davis Bills WR40
68 WR Robert Woods Titans WR41
69 WR Amari Cooper Browns WR42
70 RB David Montgomery Bears RB22
71 WR Calvin Ridley Falcons WR43
72 RB J.K. Dobbins Ravens RB23
73 QB Justin Herbert Chargers QB3
74 WR Christian Watson Packers WR44
75 WR Marquise Brown Cardinals WR45
76 RB A.J. Dillon Packers RB24
77 QB Patrick Mahomes Chiefs QB4
78 QB Joe Burrow Bengals QB5
79 QB Kyler Murray Cardinals QB6

The run at quarterback shouldn’t start until after the fifth round in dynasty startups. There are at least 12 good options, so each franchise can get one good player.

Lamar Jackson comes in at QB2 despite finishing seventh in fantasy points per game among quarterbacks last season at 21.2. The Baltimore Ravens were the team hardest hit from injury, according to our WAR-adjusted injuries lost data, but they should be much better situated next season.

Baltimore ran the second-most red-zone plays in 2019 and 2020 thanks to its run game and strong defense, and both units were hit particularly hard this season, and the team's outputs diminished as a result.

Jackson was one of those players impacted by injury. The 25-year-old got off to a fantastic start to the season but showed up on the Week 6 injury report with an illness, and his play declined from there. His name started to show up more and more on the injury report as the season went on, and then he suffered an ankle injury that cost him the last few weeks.

The Ravens offense was unable to hit the 2019 and 2020 heights, but things should get better with Jackson at 100%. He has two young talented receivers in Mark Andrews and Rashod Bateman who can be an elite force in the NFL for the next decade. Baltimore also drafted two rookie tight ends who will contribute to the passing game. No other young quarterback has the same combination of rushing ability and young talent at multiple receiver positions.

Rank Position Name Team Position Rank
80 WR Allen Robinson II Rams WR46
81 QB Trey Lance 49ers QB7
82 QB Jalen Hurts Eagles QB8
83 WR Jerry Jeudy Broncos WR47
84 RB Miles Sanders Eagles RB25
85 WR Mike Williams Chargers WR48
86 TE Pat Freiermuth Steelers TE5
87 WR JuJu Smith-Schuster Chiefs WR49
88 WR Tyler Boyd Bengals WR50
89 QB Justin Fields Bears QB9
90 RB Josh Jacobs Raiders RB26
91 TE Dallas Goedert Eagles TE6
92 RB Kenneth Walker III Seahawks RB27
93 TE Darren Waller Raiders TE7
94 TE Dalton Schultz Cowboys TE8
95 RB Clyde Edwards-Helaire Chiefs RB28
96 WR Corey Davis Jets WR51
97 WR Kenny Golladay Giants WR52
98 RB James Cook Bills RB29
99 WR Jahan Dotson Commanders WR53
100 WR Robby Anderson Panthers WR54
101 TE Albert Okwuegbunam Broncos TE9
102 QB Deshaun Watson Browns QB10
103 WR Skyy Moore Chiefs WR55
104 QB Trevor Lawrence Jaguars QB11
105 WR Will Fuller V Free Agent WR56

Trey Lance comes in at QB8 even though he barely played during the 2021 season. Many expect him to take over the starting role for the 2022 season, although there will still be some concern as long as Jimmy Garoppolo remains on the roster. He was a top-10 fantasy quarterback in his most recent start. He ran the ball 16 times — top-five among quarterbacks not named Lamar Jackson in the last 40 years. He will have much more talent around him than most rushing quarterbacks and is one of the few quarterbacks who has the potential to be the QB1 for several years.

He’s not the only high-risk, high-reward young player in this group. Rookies Kenneth Walker III and James Cook were both drafted in the second round of the NFL draft, but there are questions as to how productive they will be. Walker has the talent to be a top-fantasy back but ended up in a poor situation. He will have to compete against Rashaad Penny, who was the highest-graded runner in the NFL over the second half of last season. Seattle loves to run, but their game scripts might not allow them to do so as much as it would like. Cook, on the other hand, might never be an RB1 in the NFL, as he’s more of a receiving back, but Buffalo’s offense should be able to maximize his talents. 

Tight end Albert Okwuegbunam is another player with a lot of talen who could be anything from a top-five tight end to a backup this year. The former backup is stepping into the starting role after Noah Fant‘s departure. He joined Rob Gronkowski, Jimmy Graham, Travis Kelce, Hunter Henry, George Kittle, O.J. Howard and Mark Andrews as tight ends who have accumulated more than 1.9 yards per route run since 2010. Most of them became elite tight ends, and he will be helped by the Wilson addition. The only problem is the Broncos spent a third-round pick on receiving tight end Greg Dulcich, which could cut into Okwuegbunam’s production.

Rank Position Name Team Position Rank
106 WR Michael Gallup Cowboys WR57
107 WR Jarvis Landry Free Agent WR58
108 TE T.J. Hockenson Lions TE10
109 WR Jakobi Meyers Patriots WR59
110 QB Dak Prescott Cowboys QB12
111 WR Van Jefferson Rams WR60
112 QB Mac Jones Patriots QB13
113 WR Courtland Sutton Broncos WR61
114 WR Christian Kirk Jaguars WR62
115 RB Cordarrelle Patterson Falcons RB30
116 WR DeVante Parker Patriots WR63
117 RB Chase Edmonds Dolphins RB31
118 RB Rhamondre Stevenson Patriots RB32
119 QB Tua Tagovailoa Dolphins QB14
120 WR Russell Gage Buccaneers WR64
121 WR K.J. Osborn Vikings WR65
122 WR Sterling Shepard Giants WR66
123 RB Tony Pollard Cowboys RB33
124 RB Damien Harris Patriots RB34
125 QB Russell Wilson Broncos QB15
126 WR Jamison Crowder Bills WR67
127 QB Zach Wilson Jets QB16
128 QB Daniel Jones Giants QB17
129 QB Derek Carr Raiders QB18
130 QB Matthew Stafford Rams QB19
131 WR Marvin Jones Jr. Jaguars WR68
132 QB Aaron Rodgers Packers QB20
133 QB Davis Mills Texans QB21
134 WR Byron Pringle Bears WR69
135 TE Noah Fant Seahawks TE11
136 WR Curtis Samuel Commanders WR70
137 TE Irv Smith Jr. Vikings TE12

This is the point of the draft to get a second quarterback or gamble on players who have changed teams.

While there are 12 young quarterbacks worthy of building a dynasty team around, plenty of them are unproven. They are the perfect kinds of players to pair with a veteran quarterback. Aaron Rodgers and Matthew Stafford might not have many years left in the league, but they can be short-term starters for a team while finding out if a younger player works out.

Christian Kirk and Byron Pringle are two wide receivers who were overshadowed by Pro Bowlers in their previous teams in DeAndre Hopkins and Tyreek Hill, respectively. Both players will have an opportunity for even more targets with their new team. More often than not, wide receivers who change teams take a step back, but they are still worth gambling on this late in the draft.

There are surprisingly no rookies in this tier. Kenny Pickett was the only quarterback selected in the first two rounds of the draft, and he wasn’t considered the top rookie option for fantasy football coming into the draft. Trey McBride was the clear top tight end, but he will be third on his own team’s depth chart to start the year. That leaves two positions out of the top 137 altogether. All of the first-round wide receivers, highest upside second-round receivers and second-round running backs were gone before this tier, and then there is a clear gap. 

Rank Position Name Team Position Rank
138 QB Kirk Cousins Vikings QB22
139 WR Marquez Valdes-Scantling Chiefs WR71
140 WR Tim Patrick Broncos WR72
141 WR Donovan Peoples-Jones Browns WR73
142 QB Tom Brady Buccaneers QB23
143 QB Kenny Pickett Steelers QB24
144 TE David Njoku Browns TE13
145 QB Ryan Tannehill Titans QB25
146 RB Khalil Herbert Bears RB35
147 WR George Pickens Steelers WR74
148 RB Darrell Henderson Rams RB36
149 TE Dawson Knox Bills TE14
150 QB Jameis Winston Saints QB26
151 RB Raheem Mostert Dolphins RB37
152 RB Devin Singletary Bills RB38
153 QB Carson Wentz Commanders QB27
154 RB Rashaad Penny Seahawks RB39
155 WR Allen Lazard Packers WR75
156 QB Marcus Mariota Falcons QB28
157 WR John Metchie III Texans WR76
158 WR Alec Pierce Colts WR77
159 RB Michael Carter Jets RB40
160 WR Josh Palmer Chargers WR78
161 TE Austin Hooper Titans TE15
162 RB Melvin Gordon III Broncos RB41
163 TE Mike Gesicki Dolphins TE16
164 RB James Robinson Jaguars RB42
165 TE Brevin Jordan Texans TE17
166 WR Odell Beckham Jr. Free Agent WR79
167 RB Kenneth Gainwell Eagles RB43
168 WR D.J. Chark Jr. Lions WR80
169 TE Robert Tonyan Packers TE18
170 WR Kendrick Bourne Patriots WR81
171 TE Hunter Henry Patriots TE19
172 TE Rob Gronkowski Free Agent TE20
173 QB Sam Darnold Panthers QB29
174 WR Wan'Dale Robinson Giants WR82
175 WR Cedrick Wilson Dolphins WR83
176 WR Parris Campbell Colts WR84
177 QB Drew Lock Seahawks QB30
178 RB Ronald Jones Chiefs RB44
179 WR Mecole Hardman Chiefs WR85
180 WR Julio Jones Free Agent WR86
181 QB Jared Goff Lions QB31
182 RB Gus Edwards Ravens RB45

Nearly all of the starting quarterbacks in the NFL should be drafted at this point. There are only so many quarterbacks in the NFL, so positional scarcity moves even the worst starters up draft boards. It’s good to have two or three quarterbacks in case of injury. If dynasty managers don’t have three, they may need to trade for a quarterback if injuries strike. Dynasty managers should always be able to find a plug-in tight end. Because of that, it's OK to wait on a second and third tight end unless everyone else in the league is getting their third and fourth.

There should be a run on second and third-round rookie wide receivers at this time. Each of them has some kind of limitation due to talent or opportunity, but some of these players break out each year while some become busts. They are good lottery tickets that are worth holding.

Rank Position Name Team Position Rank
183 TE Zach Ertz Cardinals TE21
184 TE Tyler Higbee Rams TE22
185 TE Logan Thomas Commanders TE23
186 WR Devin Duvernay Ravens WR87
187 TE Evan Engram Jaguars TE24
188 RB Kareem Hunt Browns RB46
189 WR Olamide Zaccheaus Falcons WR88
190 QB Matt Ryan Colts QB32
191 RB J.D. McKissic Commanders RB47
192 WR Velus Jones Jr. Bears WR89
193 WR Nico Collins Texans WR90
194 WR Zay Jones Jaguars WR91
195 TE Hayden Hurst Bengals TE25
196 TE Cole Kmet Bears TE26
197 WR Randall Cobb Packers WR92
198 WR Nick Westbrook-Ikhine Titans WR93
199 RB James White Patriots RB48
200 WR T.Y. Hilton Free Agent WR94
201 WR D'Wayne Eskridge Seahawks WR95
202 RB Nyheim Hines Colts RB49
203 WR Jalen Tolbert Cowboys WR96
204 TE Mo Alie-Cox Colts TE27
205 TE Trey McBride Cardinals TE28
206 RB Brian Robinson Jr. Commanders RB50
207 RB Rachaad White Buccaneers RB51
208 RB Jamaal Williams Lions RB52
209 RB Sony Michel Free Agent RB53
210 WR Braxton Berrios Jets WR97
211 RB Alexander Mattison Vikings RB54
212 WR Tyquan Thornton Patriots WR98
213 TE Gerald Everett Chargers TE29
214 WR Tylan Wallace Ravens WR99
215 RB Marlon Mack Texans RB55
216 RB Dameon Pierce Texans RB56
217 TE Jelani Woods Colts TE30
218 WR Bryan Edwards Raiders WR100
219 WR Isaiah McKenzie Bills WR101
220 RB Tyrion Davis-Price 49ers RB57
221 WR Zach Pascal Eagles WR102
222 WR Antonio Brown Free Agent WR103
223 RB Kenyan Drake Raiders RB58
224 WR Rashard Higgins Panthers WR104
225 WR Sammy Watkins Packers WR105
226 WR K.J. Hamler Broncos WR106
227 WR Chris Conley Texans WR107
228 RB Matt Breida Giants RB59
229 RB Mike Davis Falcons RB60
230 WR Marquez Callaway Saints WR108
231 RB Chris Evans Bengals RB61
232 TE Harrison Bryant Browns TE31
233 RB Justin Jackson Free Agent RB62
234 WR Jauan Jennings 49ers WR109
235 TE Tommy Tremble Panthers TE32
236 WR David Bell Browns WR110
237 TE Cameron Brate Buccaneers TE33
238 WR Cole Beasley Free Agent WR111

Most dynasty leagues will be done before this point, but if not, it’s the time to roster most starting tight ends. Similarly, every team’s backup running back should be rostered as well as the top three wide receivers on each team.

Rank Position Name Team Position Rank
239 WR Terrace Marshall Jr. Panthers WR112
240 RB Myles Gaskin Dolphins RB63
241 WR A.J. Green Cardinals WR113
242 RB Darrel Williams Free Agent RB64
243 RB Jerick McKinnon Free Agent RB65
244 TE Donald Parham Chargers TE34
245 TE Adam Trautman Saints TE35
246 TE C.J. Uzomah Jets TE36
247 TE Ricky Seals-Jones Giants TE37
248 WR Danny Gray 49ers WR114
249 WR James Proche Ravens WR115
250 TE Greg Dulcich Broncos TE38
251 WR Emmanuel Sanders Free Agent WR116
252 RB Rex Burkhead Texans RB66
253 RB Isaiah Spiller Chargers RB67
254 RB Chuba Hubbard Panthers RB68
255 WR Ashton Dulin Colts WR117
256 RB Mark Ingram II Saints RB69
257 WR Equanimeous St. Brown Bears WR118
258 TE Jonnu Smith Patriots TE39
259 RB Boston Scott Eagles RB70
260 WR James Washington Cowboys WR119
261 WR Deonte Harty Saints WR120
262 TE Anthony Firkser Falcons TE40
263 WR Ihmir Smith-Marsette Vikings WR121
264 RB Derrick Gore Chiefs RB71
265 WR Josh Reynolds Lions WR122
266 RB Damien Williams Falcons RB72
267 QB Malik Willis Titans QB33
268 RB Hassan Haskins Titans RB73
269 TE John Bates Commanders TE41
270 TE Taysom Hill Saints TE42
271 RB Zamir White Raiders RB74
272 RB Ke'Shawn Vaughn Buccaneers RB75
273 WR Romeo Doubs Packers WR123
274 RB Dontrell Hilliard Titans RB76
275 WR DeSean Jackson Free Agent WR124
276 TE Jordan Akins Giants TE43
277 QB Baker Mayfield Browns QB34
278 TE Pharaoh Brown Texans TE44
279 RB Brandon Bolden Raiders RB77
280 WR Darius Slayton Giants WR125
281 RB Eno Benjamin Cardinals RB78
282 WR Auden Tate Falcons WR126
283 QB Desmond Ridder Falcons QB35
284 WR Jalen Guyton Chargers WR127
285 WR Anthony Schwartz Browns WR128
286 WR Tre'Quan Smith Saints WR129
287 RB D'Onta Foreman Panthers RB79
288 TE Kylen Granson Colts TE45
289 TE Tyler Conklin Jets TE46
290 RB Devontae Booker Free Agent RB80
291 QB Matt Corral Panthers QB36
292 WR Calvin Austin III Steelers WR130
293 WR Nelson Agholor Patriots WR131
294 TE Will Dissly Seahawks TE47
295 QB Tyler Huntley Ravens QB37
296 WR Laviska Shenault Jr. Jaguars WR132
297 RB Samaje Perine Bengals RB81
298 TE Geoff Swaim Titans TE48
299 WR Dyami Brown Commanders WR133
300 WR Demetric Felton Browns WR134
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