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Top 300 2022 Dynasty IDP Fantasy Football Rankings

Santa Clara, California, USA; San Francisco 49ers defensive end Nick Bosa (97) runs off the line during the second quarter against the Seattle Seahawks at Levi's Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Darren Yamashita-USA TODAY Sports

With the 2022 NFL Draft behind us and NFL rookies settling into their new teams through offseason activities, dynasty startups are now at the forefront of the fantasy football offseason. With that, it’s time to update the IDP dynasty rankings, as the landscape has shifted since February’s rankings following free agency and the draft.

Preferred scoring for 2022 Dynasty IDP Fantasy Football Rankings
Position Solo Tackles Assists Sacks Tackles for Loss QB Hits Pass Breakups
DE/DI 2.5 1.25 4 1 1 2
LB 1.5 0.75 4 1 1 2
CB/S 2 1 4 1 1 2
  • Age is a factor in dynasty leagues. This list is designed to create the best long-term dynasty roster.
  • This list assumes true position (DI, EDGE LB, CB, S) for players (e.g., outside linebackers are considered “edge defenders” to reflect real NFL value).
  • This is now version 2.0 — these rankings are going to change throughout the offseason, so be sure to check the rankings page for updates and to sort by position.

1. EDGE NICK BOSA, SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS

After ranking as the top edge defender and the No. 3 overall player on this list just a season ago, Bosa earned his No. 1 ranking and then some in 2021. He finished top five at his position in pass-rush grade (89.8), pressures (75) and sacks (15.5) in just his third NFL season, and he is now poised to be an elite IDP option for many years to come.

While true position designations add more talent to the pot at the edge position, elite and reliable talents are still few and far between. Bosa leads a select few who fall into this category, separating himself from the pack as an irreplaceable piece for dynasty IDP rosters.

2. EDGE MYLES GARRETT, CLEVELAND BROWNS

Garrett was the only other edge defender besides Bosa to finish top five at his position in pass-rush grade (92.7), pressures (78) and sacks (16) in 2021. The minor difference between the two simply comes down to age, as Garrett is entering his sixth season while Bosa is about to enter his fourth. There's not much to argue about regarding Garrett, who has undoubtedly established himself as an elite talent, earning 90.0-plus pass-rush grades in each of the past three seasons.

3. EDGE T.J. WATT, PITTSBURGH STEELERS

Whether it’s Bosa, Garrett or Watt, fantasy football drafters really can't go wrong with their first choice in an IDP dynasty startup draft this offseason.

After tying the NFL sack record in 2021, Watt is coming off his best season yet, but there’s reason to believe it doesn’t get better than 2021. We cannot overlook Watt’s production this past season, but we can provide context for why he is unlikely to repeat it. Watt finished with 62 pressures, the lowest of his past three seasons, and 36.6% of those pressures were classified as cleanup or pursuit, which was among the five highest rates among edge defenders in 2021.

Accompanied by an unstable 5.3% sack rate — 1.8% is the average for his position — Watt may never top his 2021 numbers. He is certainly still an elite option, but these are some of the tie-breakers to consider when ranking players for dynasty leagues.

4. DI AARON DONALD, LOS ANGELES RAMS

Arguably the greatest defensive player of all time, Donald is a perfect example of an NFL “unicorn.” Earning 90.0-plus overall grades in each of his NFL seasons with pass-rush grades to match in every year after his rookie season, Donald has shown no signs of slowing down, but it’s probably coming at some point … right?

I’m not one to bet against Donald, especially in defensive tackle-required leagues where the top-tier talent is thinner than at any IDP position, so continue to draft and value him highly until he gives us a reason not to.

5. EDGE CHASE YOUNG, WASHINGTON COMMANDERS

Young’s sophomore NFL season did not go as planned. He finished the year with just 1.5 sacks in nine games, with an ACL tear cutting short his campaign. Young’s 77.1 pass-rush grade since entering the NFL is still very good, but we haven't quite seen him consistently dominate in the same way that led to his 96.4 pass-rush grade during his final season at Ohio State. While it was a frustrating 2021 for Young, his physical tools, youth and opportunity are all positives when projecting his progression. The best is yet to come from the former No. 2 overall pick.

6. EDGE JOEY BOSA, LOS ANGELES CHARGERS

Bosa is coming off his third straight season with a 90.0-plus pass-rushing grade, keeping himself in the conversation as one of the best pass-rushers in football. His 10.5 sacks in 2021 were accompanied by a very solid 51 total tackles, which ranks inside the top 15 among edge rushers. He now has 58 sacks in his six-year career despite missing 15 games. An average of nearly 10 sacks per season provides a floor that should keep him at the top of fantasy drafts and overall point totals for the next few seasons.

7. EDGE MAXX CROSBY, LAS VEGAS RAIDERS

There may not be a bigger riser on this list from the 2021 offseason than Crosby, who improved and established himself as one of the most dominant pass-rushers in the NFL. He led the NFL in total pressures (101) — 20 more than the next closest edge defender — and finished second at his position in pass-rush grade (91.8), behind only Myles Garrett. Crosby’s eight sacks on the year do not tell the full story. His advanced metrics are elite, which is why he rocketed up this list heading into 2022 despite the modest sack total.

8. EDGE DANIELLE HUNTER, MINNESOTA VIKINGS

After a year away from football while dealing with a neck injury, Hunter returned and was looking like his previous self, posting six sacks and 38 total tackles in just seven games. However, he tore his pectoral muscle at the end of October, ending his season and slightly dampening his long-term fantasy value. The positives are that Hunter is still young at just 27 years old and his pass-rush win rate (20.1%) was a top-10 mark at his position in 2021, making him a prime bounce-back candidate in 2022.

9. LB ROQUAN SMITH, CHICAGO BEARS

Smith is the first linebacker off the board in a defensive line-heavy top 10 here. Because the linebacker position is deep and replaceable, only a select few can be trusted to anchor our rosters for years to come, and Smith stands out the most right now. He just posted a career-high 163 total tackles in 2021, meaning that he has surpassed the 100-tackle mark in every season of his career thus far. Smith has been a dependable IDP linebacker at just 25 years old and should continue to be for years to come.

10. LB DARIUS LEONARD, INDIANAPOLIS COLTS

Leonard may never top his rookie production, but that doesn’t mean he hasn’t since performed at a high level. He's never posted fewer than 121 total tackles, so he should continue to be drafted among the first linebackers in IDP. Leonard has also never earned a sub-66.8 season grade in any defensive category during his four-year NFL career. 

11. LB MICAH PARSONS, DALLAS COWBOYS

Coming off one of the most impressive rookie linebacker seasons in recent memory, Parsons is going to be highly sought after this offseason. Still, it's important to not overreact to an unstable metric such as sacks. While Parsons posted 13 sacks, boosting his fantasy production, his 82 total tackles and inconsistent usage are the only things holding him back from ranking higher on this list.

Parsons has ensured himself a long NFL career by playing at a high level so early on, although his split role between edge defender and off-ball linebacker needs to be solidified one way or another for him to move up this list. He’s always going to be a pass-rushing threat, as he earned a league-high 93.0 pass-rush grade, but even with that in mind, his 13 sacks will be difficult to repeat.

The Penn State product deserves to be drafted among the top five linebackers in dynasty because of his youth and elite play, but temper expectations for his weekly production in comparison to his peers just slightly if his role isn't more consistent this coming season.

12. LB DEVIN WHITE, TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS

White is the perfect example of sacks not being a reliable metric when looking at IDP production — even for linebackers who excel as pass-rushers. After posting nine sacks in 2020, White managed just 3.5 in 2021 despite rushing more and recording more pressures than in 2020. His sack upside should be seen more as a bonus instead of something to lean on every season. White has shown he can be a dependable and productive IDP even without a high sack total, keeping him in the mix to be one of the first linebackers targeted in dynasty drafts.

13. S DERWIN JAMES, LOS ANGELES CHARGERS

There’s only one safety worth drafting highly at this point in IDP drafts. James has separated himself from the pack due to his ability to fill the box score in a number of different ways. Multiple interceptions, sacks or forced fumbles are never out of the realm of possibilities for him in a given week for the ultra-athletic safety. When healthy, James provides unrivaled talent at the safety position — and that translates to his IDP production, making him worth a high pick in fantasy drafts.

14. EDGE RASHAN GARY, GREEN BAY PACKERS

Continuing to make sure our rosters are sturdy at an unstable position, Gary can be a high-end EDGE2 with the potential to produce EDGE1 numbers. He is coming off a top-10 pass-rush grade (88.9) for his position and 81 total pressures, the second-most among edge defenders in 2021.

15. DT DEFOREST BUCKNER, INDIANAPOLIS COLTS

16. DT CHRIS JONES, KANSAS CITY CHIEFS

Both Buckner and Jones continue to be in rare company at the defensive tackle position. They can rush the passer, are young enough to be trusted long-term and can be consistently productive IDP assets. Outside of Cameron Heyward — who is almost five years older than both players — there haven’t been more consistent producers at a very thin position for IDP purposes. Because of the gap in talent, we’ll want to attack this position early in defensive tackle-required leagues.

17. EDGE BRIAN BURNS, CAROLINA PANTHERS

Burns is on a path to consistency after two straight seasons of nine sacks, 50-plus total tackles and 50-plus pressures, but there’s certainly room for improvement. His 51 pressures in 2021 were tied for just 21st, and his 73.1 pass-rush grade ranked 32nd among edge rushers. He’ll need to take a big leap in Year 4 to return to the top 12, but he remains a strong candidate to build around at the edge position given his production and youth.

18. EDGE AIDAN HUTCHINSON, DETROIT LIONS

The first rookie IDP off the board in dynasty startups, this year’s No. 2 overall pick looks about as pro-ready as any first-year defender in the past few years. Hutchinson should step into an every-down role in Detroit, serving as an asset against both the run and the pass after dominating the FBS in both categories this past season.

19. EDGE TREY HENDRICKSON, CINCINNATI BENGALS

20. EDGE MARCUS DAVENPORT, NEW ORLEANS SAINTS

Davenport finally hit his NFL stride in Year 4, posting career-highs in pass-rush grade (82.1) and win rate (20.9%) — both marks ranked top 12 at his position — which led to a career-high in sacks (nine) despite him missing six games. He looked like a completely different player in 2021 than in previous years. If Davenport continues to take his game to the next level, his production can soar to new heights in 2022 and beyond.

21. EDGE JOSH ALLEN, JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS

While Allen’s 7.5 sacks in 2021 marked a decent bounceback from his 2020 campaign, there is still quite a bit left to be desired from the former top-10 pick. Nonetheless, he has shown enough potential to stay in the top-24 IDP conversation for another season. 

22. EDGE KAYVON THIBODEAUX, NEW YORK GIANTS

Perhaps the most explosive edge defender in this year’s draft class, the former No. 1 overall recruit in the country lived up to the hype during his time at Oregon. Thibodeaux’s 90.9 pass-rush grade and 87.4 overall grade for his college career make for an impressive resume to bet on in IDP leagues.

23. LB, JEREMIAH OWUSU-KORAMOAH, CLEVELAND BROWNS

24. LB, FRED WARNER, SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS

25. LB LOGAN WILSON, CINCINNATI BENGALS

26. LB JORDYN BROOKS, SEATTLE SEAHAWKS

27. LB DEVIN LLOYD, JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS

This group of young linebackers appears to be locked into three-down roles for their respective teams for the foreseeable future, making them ideal early-round linebackers in dynasty drafts. All three have shown an ability to put up ideal fantasy production each week when playing a full-time role. Owusu-Koramoah and Lloyd are the only ones who have yet to play a full season as an every-down player, but they'll likely take on full-time roles in 2022 and beyond.

28. LB BOBBY WAGNER, LOS ANGELES RAMS

29. LB DE’VONDRE CAMPBELL, GREEN BAY PACKERS

30. EDGE DEMARCUS LAWRENCE, DALLAS COWBOYS

31. EDGE MONTEZ SWEAT, WASHINGTON COMMANDERS

32. EDGE HAROLD LANDRY III, TENNESSEE TITANS

33. EDGE JAELAN PHILLIPS, MIAMI DOLPHINS

34. EDGE KWITY PAYE, INDIANAPOLIS COLTS

35. EDGE ODAFE OWEH, BALTIMORE RAVENS

Whether dynasty drafters want a stable veteran or one of the younger talents at the edge defender position, there should still be some quality options available at this point. Lawrence, Sweat and Landry average around a half-sack per game across their careers and will continue to be high-volume starters for the foreseeable future. 

Paye, Phillips and Oweh all flashed big-time talent in their 2021 rookie seasons, but dynasty managers need to be patient, as it may take some time for them to return the investment.

36. S JEREMY CHINN, CAROLINA PANTHERS

37. S KYLE DUGGER, NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS

38. DT JEFFERY SIMMONS, TENNESSEE TITANS

39. DT CHRISTIAN BARMORE, NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS

40. EDGE GREGORY ROUSSEAU, BUFFALO BILLS

41. DT QUINNEN WILLIAMS, NEW YORK JETS

42. LB ERIC KENDRICKS, MINNESOTA VIKINGS

43. LB FOYESADE OLUOKUN, JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS

44. LB BLAKE MARTINEZ, NEW YORK GIANTS

45. LB COLE HOLCOMB, WASHINGTON COMMANDERS

46. S KYLE HAMILTON, BALTIMORE RAVENS

It's risky to bump a rookie into the top five at his position, but Hamilton checks all the right boxes and seems poised to be an every-down difference-maker right away in the NFL. He should play snaps all over the defense, including the highly coveted box snaps, which fantasy managers love for IDP safeties. Hamilton has the size and ability to hold up closer to the line of scrimmage, earning an 87.8 overall grade and a 91.7 coverage grade just last season when lined up in the box.

The Ravens figure to run a healthy mix of single-high and two-high coverages, while also utilizing their safeties in blitz situations (second-highest rate in the league in 2021), which will open up plenty of opportunities for Hamilton as an IDP producer.

47. S JAMAL ADAMS, SEATTLE SEAHAWKS

48. LB ZAVEN COLLINS, ARIZONA CARDINALS

49. EDGE GEORGE KARLAFTIS, KANSAS CITY CHIEFS

50. LB PETE WERNER, NEW ORLEANS SAINTS

Werner wasn't a full-time player in his rookie 2021 season, but it was promising nonetheless. He earned the second-highest rookie linebacker grade on the year (79.2) despite playing fewer than 400 snaps.

Werner’s time for a larger role is nearing due to Kwon Alexander‘s status as an impending free agent, in addition to Demario Davis not getting any younger. Werner’s 90.7 run-defense grade topped all linebackers in 2021, and his 9.75 tackles per game in games where he played over 60% of snaps are encouraging for his IDP stock.

51. EDGE SHAQUIL BARRETT, TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS

52. EDGE CARL LAWSON, NEW YORK JETS

Lawson’s Achilles injury three snaps into the 2021 preseason put a massive damper on his IDP value. However, a full year to recover while being fairly young (27 years old) when the season begins provides a little hope for his fantasy football value. After his best season in 2020, where he recorded an 84.9 pass-rush grade and 64 pressures, Lawson figures to be the Jets' top edge rusher once he recovers. Moreover, he has the potential to return better long-term value.

53. EDGE AZEEZ OJULARI, NEW YORK GIANTS

54. LB BOBBY OKEREKE, INDIANAPOLIS COLTS

55. LB LAVONTE DAVID, TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS

56. LB NAKOBE DEAN, PHILADELPHIA EAGLES

57. DT CAMERON HEYWARD, PITTSBURGH STEELERS

58. DT CHRISTIAN WILKINS, MIAMI DOLPHINS

59. DT JONATHAN ALLEN, WASHINGTON COMMANDERS

60. LB ISAIAH SIMMONS, ARIZONA CARDINALS

61. EDGE KHALIL MACK, LOS ANGELES CHARGERS

62. EDGE CHANDLER JONES, LAS VEGAS RAIDERS

63. EDGE RANDY GREGORY, DENVER BRONCOS

64. EDGE ZA’DARIUS SMITH, MINNESOTA VIKINGS

65. EDGE ARNOLD EBIKETIE, ATLANTA FALCONS

66. EDGE JOE TRYON-SHOYINKA, TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS

67. S JALEN THOMPSON, ARIZONA CARDINALS

Thompson burst onto the IDP scene seemingly out of nowhere this past season, posting 120 total tackles while adding seven pass breakups and three interceptions in his first full year as a starter. He even out-tackled his safety teammate Budda Baker, who led all safeties in each of the two prior seasons. Thompson is going to be just 24 years old entering 2022, plays the majority of the team’s safety box snaps and has a shot at being the top Cardinals IDP safety moving forward.

68. S MINKAH FITZPATRICK, PITTSBURGH STEELERS

69. S BUDDA BAKER, ARIZONA CARDINALS

70. S KHARI WILLIS, INDIANAPOLIS COLTS

71. EDGE CAMERON JORDAN, NEW ORLEANS SAINTS

72. EDGE HAASON REDDICK, PHILADELPHIA EAGLES

73. EDGE MATTHEW JUDON, NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS

74. LB SHAQ THOMPSON, CAROLINA PANTHERS

75. LB C.J. MOSLEY, NEW YORK JETS

76. LB NICK BOLTON, KANSAS CITY CHIEFS

If Bolton was guaranteed a full-time role in the Chiefs' defense, he’d vault up these rankings faster than just about any other player. He was a tackling machine as a rookie, posting 112 total tackles despite playing just 60% of Kansas City's defensive snaps on the year.

In addition, Bolton led all linebackers in tackles at or behind the line of scrimmage (21). It’s not his fault that he comes in outside the top 24 linebackers; rather, it’s the Chiefs' fault due to how they deploy their players at that position. Draft Bolton with caution, because his weekly production will vary.

77. LB DEION JONES, ATLANTA FALCONS

78. LB JEROME BAKER, MIAMI DOLPHINS

79. LB TREMAINE EDMUNDS, BUFFALO BILLS

80. LB CHANNING TINDALL, MIAMI DOLPHINS

81. EDGE TRAVON WALKER, JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS

There could certainly come a time when Walker shoots up this list, not unlike Rashan Gary did this past year, but as of now, expectations need to be tempered for the No. 1 overall pick in the 2022 NFL Draft. Walker has all the athletic ability in the world, but his pass-rush prowess is sorely lacking. Even with an expected heavy workload in Year 1, Walker figures to be a project that could work out in the long run, and he shouldn’t be seen as someone to invest too heavily in as a rookie.

82. LB DEMARIO DAVIS, NEW ORLEANS SAINTS

83. LB DRE GREENLAW, SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS

84. LB MATT MILANO, BUFFALO BILLS

85. LB CODY BARTON, SEATTLE SEAHAWKS

86. LB BARON BROWNING, DENVER BRONCOS

87. EDGE JONATHAN GREENARD, HOUSTON TEXANS

88. EDGE JERMAINE JOHNSON III, NEW YORK JETS

89. LB ERNEST JONES, LOS ANGELES RAMS

90. DT JAVON HARGRAVE, PHILADELPHIA EAGLES

91. DT DARON PAYNE, WASHINGTON COMMANDERS

92. DT ED OLIVER, BUFFALO BILLS

93. S KEVIN BYARD, TENNESSEE TITANS

94. S KAMREN CURL, WASHINGTON COMMANDERS

95. EDGE SAM HUBBARD, CINCINNATI BENGALS

96. EDGE PAYTON TURNER, NEW ORLEANS SAINTS

97. EDGE PRESTON SMITH, GREEN BAY PACKERS

98. S JESSIE BATES III, CINCINNATI BENGALS

99. S ANTOINE WINFIELD JR., TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS

100. S VONN BELL, CINCINNATI BENGALS

101. S XAVIER MCKINNEY, NEW YORK GIANTS

102. S JORDAN POYER, BUFFALO BILLS

103. S LEWIS CINE, MINNESOTA VIKINGS

104. LB QUAY WALKER, GREEN BAY PACKERS

105. S JAQUAN BRISKER, CHICAGO BEARS

106. S JOHNATHAN ABRAM, LAS VEGAS RAIDERS

107. LB JAMIN DAVIS, WASHINGTON COMMANDERS

108. LB TROY ANDERSEN, ATLANTA FALCONS

109. LB MYKAL WALKER, ATLANTA FALCONS

The linebacker situation in Atlanta grows more interesting by the minute: Deion Jones’ future is up in the air and he is now expected to miss the offseason after getting shoulder surgery. Betting on Walker and/or Andersen could pay off down the road, especially should the Falcons move on from Jones all together.

110. LB T.J. EDWARDS, PHILADELPHIA EAGLES

111. LB KYZIR WHITE, PHILADELPHIA EAGLES

112. LB CHAD MUMA, JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS

113. EDGE DAVID OJABO, BALTIMORE RAVENS

114. DT DEVONTE WYATT, GREEN BAY PACKERS

115. S BRANDON JONES, MIAMI DOLPHINS

The Dolphins' head coach may have changed, but the team's defensive coordinator has not, which keeps Jones in the conversation as one of the more exciting young safeties in the league. His usage when on the field has been ideal for IDP, as 61% of his snaps came in the box or along the defensive line. He also added five sacks on 93 pass-rush attempts. Because Eric Rowe is a potential cut candidate this offseason, Jones could step into a more stable role in the Dolphins' defense compared to the 64% of Miami's defensive snaps he played in 2021.

116. S JEVON HOLLAND, MIAMI DOLPHINS

117. S JORDAN FULLER, LOS ANGELES RAMS

118. S HARRISON SMITH, MINNESOTA VIKINGS

119. CB KENNY MOORE II, INDIANAPOLIS COLTS

The first cornerback off the board has been the one true “set and forget” player at the position of the past few seasons. Moore has amassed more tackles (339) and more stuffs (tackles at or behind the line of scrimmage, 34) than any cornerback in the league since 2018. He should have the same role in the Colts' defense for another season. If dynasty drafters want to be the first to take a cornerback in any IDP draft, then there’s no better option than Moore.

120. LB DAVID LONG, TENNESSEE TITANS

121. LB JORDAN HICKS, MINNESOTA VIKINGS

122. LB JOE SCHOBERT, FREE AGENT

123. LB DENZEL PERRYMAN, LAS VEGAS RAIDERS

124. LB WILLIE GAY JR., KANSAS CITY CHIEFS

125. EDGE BRADLEY CHUBB, DENVER BRONCOS

126. EDGE EMMANUEL OGBAH, MIAMI DOLPHINS

127. EDGE ALEX HIGHSMITH, PITTSBURGH STEELERS

128. EDGE DRAKE JACKSON, SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS

129. EDGE JOSH SWEAT, PHILADELPHIA EAGLES

130. S JUSTIN SIMMONS, DENVER BRONCOS

131. S TYRANN MATHIEU, NEW ORLEANS SAINTS

132. S TRACY WALKER, DETROIT LIONS

133. S JUSTIN REID, KANSAS CITY CHIEFS

134. EDGE YANNICK NGAKOUE, INDIANAPOLIS COLTS

135. EDGE VON MILLER, BUFFALO BILLS

136. EDGE JOHN FRANKLIN-MYERS, NEW YORK JETS

137. EDGE YETUR GROSS-MATOS, CAROLINA PANTHERS

138. EDGE JOSEPH OSSAI, CINCINNATI BENGALS

139. LB MYLES JACK, PITTSBURGH STEELERS

140. LB CHRISTIAN KIRKSEY, HOUSTON TEXANS

141. LB ANTHONY WALKER, CLEVELAND BROWNS

142. LB ALEXANDER JOHNSON, FREE AGENT

143. LB DIVINE DEABLO, LAS VEGAS RAIDERS

144. LB LEO CHENAL, KANSAS CITY CHIEFS

145. DT KENNY CLARK, GREEN BAY PACKERS

146. DT STEPHON TUITT, PITTSBURGH STEELERS

147. DT ARIK ARMSTEAD, SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS

148. EDGE DARRELL TAYLOR, SEATTLE SEAHAWKS

149. EDGE ROMEO OKWARA, DETROIT LIONS

150. EDGE LEONARD FLOYD, LOS ANGELES RAMS

151. DT LARRY OGUNJOBI, FREE AGENT

152. S JAYRON KEARSE, DALLAS COWBOYS

153. LB DRUE TRANQUILL, LOS ANGELES CHARGERS

154. LB NICHOLAS MORROW, CHICAGO BEARS

155. LB PATRICK QUEEN, BALTIMORE RAVENS

156. LB DEVIN BUSH, PITTSBURGH STEELERS

157. LB JA’WHAUN BENTLEY, NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS

158. EDGE BOYE MAFE, SEATTLE SEAHAWKS

159. EDGE JADEVEON CLOWNEY, CLEVELAND BROWNS

160. LB KENNETH MURRAY, LOS ANGELES CHARGERS

161. LB CHRISTIAN HARRIS, HOUSTON TEXANS

162. LB ANTHONY BARR, FREE AGENT

163. CB L’JARIUS SNEEDGE KANSAS CITY CHIEFS

164. CB A.J. TERRELL, ATLANTA FALCONS

165. CB TREVON DIGGS, DALLAS COWBOYS

166. S ADRIAN AMOS, GREEN BAY PACKERS

167. S JORDAN WHITEHEAD, NEW YORK JETS

168. S AMANI HOOKER, TENNESSEE TITANS

169. DT GRADY JARRETT, ATLANTA FALCONS

170. DT LEONARD WILLIAMS, NEW YORK GIANTS

171. DT J.J. WATT, ARIZONA CARDINALS

172. DT VITA VEA, TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS

173. LB RASHAAN EVANS, ATLANTA FALCONS

174. LB GERMAINE PRATT, CINCINNATI BENGALS

175. CB MARLON HUMPHREY, BALTIMORE RAVENS

176. CB TARON JOHNSON, BUFFALO BILLS

177. CB JALEN RAMSEY, LOS ANGELES RAMS

178. CB CARLTON DAVIS, TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS

179. CB J.C. JACKSON, LOS ANGELES CHARGERS

180. LB ZACH CUNNINGHAM, TENNESSEE TITANS

181. LB QUINCY WILLIAMS, NEW YORK JETS

182. S MARCUS MAYE, NEW ORLEANS SAINTS

183. S DAXTON HILL, CINCINNATI BENGALS

184. S TAYLOR RAPP, LOS ANGELES RAMS

185. S TREVON MOEHRIG, LAS VEGAS RAIDERS

186. S ASHTYN DAVIS, NEW YORK JETS

187. S RAYSHAWN JENKINS, JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS

188. S DARNELL SAVAGE, GREEN BAY PACKERS

189. S MICAH HYDE, BUFFALO BILLS

190. S BRYAN COOK, KANSAS CITY CHIEFS

191. S GRANT DELPIT, CLEVELAND BROWNS

192. S JOHN JOHNSON III, CLEVELAND BROWNS

193. S TERRELL EDMUNDS, PITTSBURGH STEELERS

194. S DESHON ELLIOTT, DETROIT LIONS

195. LB JABRIL COX, DALLAS COWBOYS

196. LB JAYON BROWN, LAS VEGAS RAIDERS

197. LB TROY REEDER, LOS ANGELES CHARGERS

198. EDGE BUD DUPREE, TENNESSEE TITANS

199. EDGE DEREK BARNETT, PHILADELPHIA EAGLES

200. EDGE UCHENNA NWOSU, SEATTLE SEAHAWKS

201. EDGE MYJAI SANDERS, ARIZONA CARDINALS

202. EDGE CHARLES HARRIS, DETROIT LIONS

203. LB KAMU GRUGIER-HILL, HOUSTON TEXANS

204. LB ALEX SINGLETON, DENVER BRONCOS

205. LB LEIGHTON VANDER ESCH, DALLAS COWBOYS

206. LB DERRICK BARNES, DETROIT LIONS

207. DT JORDAN DAVIS, PHILADELPHIA EAGLES

208. EDGE SAM WILLIAMS, DALLAS COWBOYS

209. EDGE NIK BONITTO, DENVER BRONCOS

210. LB BRIAN ASAMOAH, MINNESOTA VIKINGS

211. EDGE JOSH PASCHAL, DETROIT LIONS

212. LB BRANDON SMITH, CAROLINA PANTHERS

213. S ADRIAN PHILLIPS, NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS

214. S RICHIE GRANT, ATLANTA FALCONS

215. DT FLETCHER COX, PHILADELPHIA EAGLES

216. DT MARLON DAVIDSON, ATLANTA FALCONS

217. DT DERRICK BROWN, CAROLINA PANTHERS

218. DT SEBASTIAN JOSEPH-DAY, LOS ANGELES CHARGERS

219. DT PHIDARIAN MATHIS, WASHINGTON COMMANDERS

220. DT TRAVIS JONES, BALTIMORE RAVENS

221. DT LOGAN HALL, TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS

222. DT JUSTIN MADUBUIKE, BALTIMORE RAVENS

223. S LOGAN RYAN, TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS

224. S ANTHONY HARRIS, PHILADELPHIA EAGLES

225. S CHAUNCEY GARDNER-JOHNSON, NEW ORLEANS SAINTS

226. S XAVIER WOODS, CAROLINA PANTHERS

227. S EDDIE JACKSON, CHICAGO BEARS

228. S CHUCK CLARK, BALTIMORE RAVENS

229. CB XAVIEN HOWARD, MIAMI DOLPHINS

230. CB BYRON MURPHY JR., ARIZONA CARDINALS

231. CB ANTHONY BROWN, DALLAS COWBOYS

232. CB ELIJAH MOLDEN, TENNESSEE TITANS

233. CB MIKE HILTON, CINCINNATI BENGALS

234. CB JAMES BRADBERRY, PHILADELPHIA EAGLES

235. CB DENZEL WARD, CLEVELAND BROWNS

236. CB KENDALL FULLER, WASHINGTON COMMANDERS

237. CB MARCUS PETERS, BALTIMORE RAVENS

238. EDGE ALEX WRIGHT, CLEVELAND BROWNS

239. LB TERREL BERNARD, BUFFALO BILLS

240. S JALEN PITRE, HOUSTON TEXANS

241. EDGE CAMERON THOMAS, ARIZONA CARDINALS

242. S NICK CROSS, INDIANAPOLIS COLTS

243. S KERBY JOSEPH, DETROIT LIONS

244. LB MICAH MCFADDEN, NEW YORK GIANTS

245. EDGE MARKUS GOLDEN, ARIZONA CARDINALS

246. EDGE ROBERT QUINN, CHICAGO BEARS

247. EDGE DEANGELO MALONE, ATLANTA FALCONS

248. LB JONAS GRIFFITH, DENVER BRONCOS

249. EDGE TREY FLOWERS, FREE AGENT

250. EDGE MELVIN INGRAM III, MIAMI DOLPHINS

251. EDGE FRANK CLARK, KANSAS CITY CHIEFS

253. EDGE DANTE FOWLER JR., DALLAS COWBOYS

254. EDGE JASON PIERRE-PAUL, TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS

255. S JABRILL PEPPERS, NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS

256. S LANDON COLLINS, FREE AGENT

257. S ANDRE CISCO, JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS

258. LB JAMIEN SHERWOOD, NEW YORK JETS

259. LB MONTY RICE, TENNESSEE TITANS

260. CB DARIOUS WILLIAMS, LOS ANGELES RAMS

261. CB JAIRE ALEXANDER, GREEN BAY PACKERS

262. CB JEFFREY OKUDAH, DETROIT LIONS

263. CB JAYLON JOHNSON, CHICAGO BEARS

264. CB PATRICK SURTAIN II, DENVER BRONCOS

265. CB JAYCEE HORN, CAROLINA PANTHERS

266. DT DEXTER LAWRENCE, NEW YORK GIANTS

267. DT DALVIN TOMLINSON, MINNESOTA VIKINGS

268. DT SHELDON RICHARDSON, MINNESOTA VIKINGS

269. DT FOLORUNSO FATUKASI, JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS

270. DT DEMARVIN LEAL, PITTSBURGH STEELERS

271. EDGE CHARLES OMENIHU, SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS

272. EDGE ZACHARY CARTER, CINCINNATI BENGALS

273. S DANE BELTON, NEW YORK GIANTS

274. EDGE KINGSLEY ENAGBARE, GREEN BAY PACKERS

275. EDGE AMARE BARNO, CAROLINA PANTHERS

276. DT NEIL FARRELL JR., LAS VEGAS RAIDERS

277. S TYCEN ANDERSON, CINCINNATI BENGALS

278. S JULIAN LOVE, NEW YORK GIANTS

279. S CAMRYN BYNUM, MINNESOTA VIKINGS

280. S RONNIE HARRISON, CLEVELAND BROWNS

281. S QUANDRE DIGGS, SEATTLE SEAHAWKS

282. S ERIC ROWE, MIAMI DOLPHINS

283. EDGE AL-QUADIN MUHAMMAD, CHICAGO BEARS

284. EDGE BRANDON GRAHAM, PHILADELPHIA EAGLES

285. EDGE CARLOS DUNLAP, SEATTLE SEAHAWKS

286. EDGE D.J. WONNUM, MINNESOTA VIKINGS

287. EDGE JULIAN OKWARA, DETROIT LIONS

288. LB MALCOLM RODRIGUEZ, DETROIT LIONS

289. LB DAVION TAYLOR, PHILADELPHIA EAGLES

290. LB JERMAINE CARTER, KANSAS CITY CHIEFS

291. LB KRYS BARNES, GREEN BAY PACKERS

292. LB DAMIEN WILSON, CAROLINA PANTHERS

293. LB TAE CROWDER, NEW YORK GIANTS

294. LB DONT’A HIGHTOWER, NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS

295. LB JAMIE COLLINS SR., NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS

296. S JUAN THORNHILL, KANSAS CITY CHIEFS

297. DT PERRION WINFREY, CLEVELAND BROWNS

298. S KAREEM JACKSON, DENVER BRONCOS

299. S CADEN STERNS, DENVER BRONCOS

300. EDGE DORANCE ARMSTRONG, DALLAS COWBOYS

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