NFL Draft order 2020: Complete list of picks for all 7 rounds, team-by-team selections

The complete 2020 NFL Draft order is set. (Well, almost.)

The the order of picks for the first and second rounds of this year’s draft are official, but because the NFL still needs to award compensatory draft picks in Rounds 3-7, the complete draft order is yet to be determined. Still, we know the order of picks for all seven rounds not including those compensatory picks.

Patriots, Raiders, Cowboys go defense; Bucs, Chargers go QB

A handful of trades involving 2020 NFL Draft picks has shaken up the order for all seven rounds, leaving teams like the Dolphins an embarrassment of riches with 11 selections (including six in the first three rounds) and teams like the Steelers with only five.

Below is the complete NFL Draft order for 2020 before compensatory picks are awarded, plus a list of picks for all 32 teams. (Draft picks are courtesy of Tankathon.)

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NFL Draft order 2020: Picks for all seven rounds

As of now there are 224 picks in the 2020 NFL Draft, but that number will increase to 256 when 32 compensatory picks are added to Rounds 3-7.

To qualify for a compensatory pick, a team must have more compensatory free agents lost than gained in a given year. The NFL’s undisclosed formula for compensatory pick distribution takes into account aspects like the player’s salary and playing time. A team can be given up to four compensatory picks in a given draft.

Before those picks are awarded for the 2020 NFL Draft, here is the complete selection order for all seven rounds.

First round

Second round

Third round

Fourth round

Fifth round

Sixth round

Seventh round

NFL Draft order 2020: Picks for all 32 teams

According to, 15 NFL teams are projected to receive compensatory draft picks in 2020: Patriots, Giants, Seahawks, Texans, Steelers, Eagles, Ravens, Rams, Vikings, Buccaneers, Dolphins, Redskins, Bears, Broncos and Cowboys.

OTC projects four compensatory picks for New England, including two in the third round. Last season, the Patriots lost Trey Flowers, Trent Brown, Cordarrelle Patterson and Malcom Brown in free agency while adding no compensatory free agents.

Before compensatory picks are awarded roughly 15 teams, here is each franchise’s list of selections in the 2020 NFL Draft.

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