2015 NFL Draft Live Results Updates, Grades And Reports Of Round 3 Picks
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This will wrap up the live coverage of the 2015 NFL Draft. Thank you so much for joining us.

That was the final pick of the draft which makes Gerald Christian the new Mr. Irrelavant.

Pick 256: Arizona Cardinals select Gerald Christian, a tight end from the Louisville Cardinals.

Pick 255: Indianapolis Colts select Denzelle Good, an offensive tackle from the Mars Hill Lions.

The Indianapolis Colts are now on the clock.

Pick 254: San Francisco 49ers select Rory Anderson, a tight end from the South Carolina Gamecocks.

The San Francisco 49ers are now on the clock.

Pick 253: New England Patriots select Xzavier Dickson, a linebacker from the Alabama Crimson Tide.

The New England Patriots are now on the clock.

Pick 252: Denver Broncos select Josh Furman, a safety from the Oklahoma State Cowboys.

Pick 251: Denver Broncos select Taurean Nixon, a cornerback from the Tulane Green Wave.

Pick 250: Denver Broncos select Trevor Siemian, a quarterback from the Northwestern Wildcats.

The Denver Broncos are now on the clock for the next three selections.

Pick 249: Atlanta Falcons select Akeem King, a safety from the San Jose State Spartans.

Pick 248: Seattle Seahawks select Ryan Murphy, a safety from the Oregon State Beavers.

Pick 247: New England Patriots select Darryl Roberts, a cornerback from the Marshall Thundering Herd.

The New England Patriots are now on the clock with the pick that Green Bay gave them to trade up to draft Brett Hundley.

Pick 246: Dallas Cowboys select Geoff Swaim, a tight end from the Texas Longhorns.

Actually the San Francisco 49ers trade the pick to the Dallas Cowboys.

The San Francisco 49ers are now on the clock.

Pick 245: Tennessee Titans select Tre McBride, a wide receiver from the William & Mary Tribe.

The Tennessee Titans are now on the clock.

Pick 244: San Francisco 49ers select Trenton Brown, an offensive guard from the Florida Gators.

The San Francisco 49ers are now on the clock.

Pick 243: Dallas Cowboys select Laurence Gibson, an offensive tackle from the Virginia Tech Hokies.

The Dallas Cowboys are now on the clock.

Pick 242: Oakland Raiders select Dexter McDonald, a cornerback from the Kansas Jayhawks.

The Oakland Raiders are now on the clock.

Pick 241: Cleveland Browns select Ifo Ekpre-Olomu, a defensive back from the Oregon Ducks.

The Cleveland Browns are now on the clock.

Pick 240: Detroit Lions select Corey Robinson, an offensive tackle from the South Carolina Gamecocks.

The Detroit Lions are now on the clock.

Pick 239: Pittsburgh Steelers select Gerod Holliman, a safety from the Louisville Cardinals.

The Pittsburgh Steelers are now on the clock.

Pick 238: Cincinnati Bengals select Mario Alford, a wide receiver from the West Virginia Mountaineers.

The Cincinnati Bengals are now on the clock.

Pick 237: Philadelphia Eagles select Brian Mihalik, a defensive end from the Boston College Eagles.

The Philadelphia Eagles are now on the clock.

Pick 236: Dallas Cowboys select Mark Nzeocha, a linebacker from the Wyoming Cowboys.

The Dallas Cowboys are now on the clock.

Pick 235: Houston Texans select Kenny Hilliard, a running back from the LSU Tigers.

The Houston Texans are now on the clock.

Pick 234: Buffalo Bills select Dezmin Lewis, a wide receiver from the Central Arkansas Bears.

The Buffalo Bills are now on the clock.

Pick 233: Kansas City Chiefs select Da'Ron Brown, a wide receiver from the Northern Illinois Huskies.

The Kansas City Chiefs are now on the clock.

Pick 232: Minnesota Vikings select Edmond Robinson, a linebacker from the Newberry Wolves.

The Minnesota Vikings are now on the clock.

Pick 231: Tampa Bay Buccaneers select Joey Iosefa, a running back from the Hawaii Warriors.

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are now on the clock.

Pick 230: New Orleans Saints select Marcus Murphy, a running back from the Missouri Tigers.

The New Orleans Saints are now on the clock.

Pick 229: Jacksonville Jaguars select Ben Koyack, a tight end from the Notre Dame Fighting Irish.

The Jacksonville Jaguars are now on the clock.

Pick 228: Minnesota Vikings select Austin Shepherd, an offensive tackle from the Alabama Crimson Tide.

The Minnesota Vikings are now on the clock.

Pick 227: St. Louis Rams select Martin Ifedi, a defensive end from the Memphis Tigers.

The St. Louis Rams are now on the clock again.

Pick 226: New York Giants select Bobby Hart, a guard from the Florida State Seminoles.

The New York Giants are now on the clock.

Pick 225: Atlanta Falcons select Jake Rodgers, an offensive tackle from the Eastern Washington Eagles.

The Atlanta Falcons are now on the clock.

Pick 224: St. Louis Rams select Bryce Hager, a linebacker from the Baylor Bears. Zac Stacy has been traded to the Jets in exchange for this selection.

The New York Jets have traded pick 224 to the St. Louis Rams.

Pick 223: New York Jets select Deon Simon, a defensive tackle from the Northwestern State Demons.

The New York Jets are on the clock for the next two selections.

Pick 222: Washington Redskins select Austin Reiter, a center from the South Florida Bulls.

Pick 221: Oakland Raiders select Andre Debose, a wide receiver from the Florida Gators.

The Oakland Raiders are back on the clock again.

Pick 220: Jacksonville Jaguars select Neal Sterling, a wide receiver from the Monmouth Eagles.

The Jacksonville Jaguars are now on the clock.

Pick 219: Cleveland Browns select Hayes Pullard, a linebacker from the Southern California Trojans.

The Cleveland Browns are now on the clock.

Pick 218: Oakland Raiders select Anthony Morris, an offensive tackle from the Tennessee State Tigers.

The Oakland Raiders are now on the clock to start the seventh and final round of the draft.

Pick 217: Kansas City Chiefs select Rakeem Nunez-Roches, a defensive tackle from the Southern Mississippi Golden Eagles.

The Kansas City Chiefs are now on the clock with the final selection of the sixth round.

Pick 216: Houston Texans select Christian Covington, a defensive tackle from the Rice Owls.

The Houston Texans are now on the clock.

Pick 215: St. Louis Rams select Cody Wichmann, an offensive guard from the Fresno State Bulldogs.

The St. Louis Rams are now on the clock.

Pick 214: Seattle Seahawks select Kristjan Sokoli, a defensive end of the Buffalo Bulls.

The Seattle Seahawks are now on the clock.

Pick 213: Green Bay Packers select Kennard Backman, a tight end from the UAB Blazers.

The Green Bay Packers are now on the clock.

Pick 212: Pittsburgh Steelers select Anthony Chickillo, a defensive end from the Miami Hurricanes.

The Pittsburgh Steelers are now on the clock.

Pick 211: Houston Texans select Reshard Cliett, a linebacker the South Florida Bulls.

The Houston Texans are now on the clock.

Pick 210: Green Bay Packers select Christian Ringo, defensive end from the Lousiana Lafayette Rajun Cajuns.

The Green Bay Packers are now on the clock.

Pick 209: Seattle Seahawks select Obum Gwachum, defensive end from the Oregon State Beavers.

The Seattle Seahawks are now on the clock with the first compensatory pick of the sixth round.

Pick 208: Tennessee Titans select Andy Gallik, a Center from the Boston College Eagles.

The Tennessee Titans are now on the clock.

Pick 207: Indianapolis Colts select Amarlo Herrera, an inside linebacker from the Georgia Bulldogs.

The Indianapolis Colts are now back on the clock again.

Pick 206: Green Bay Packers select Aaron Ripkowski, a fullback from the Oklahoma Sooners.

The Green Bay Packers are now on the clock.

Pick 205: Indianapolis Colts select Josh Robinson, running back from the Mississippi State Bulldogs.

The Indianapolis Colts are now on the clock.

Pick 204: Baltimore Ravens select Darren Waller, wide receiver out of the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets.

The Baltimore Ravens are now on the clock.

Pick 203: Denver Broncos select Darius Kilgo, defensive tackle from the Maryland Terrapins.

The Denver Broncos are on the clock.

Pick 202: New England Patriots select AJ Derby, tight end from the Arkansas Razorbacks.

The New England Patriots are on the clock.

Pick 201: St. Louis Rams select Bud Sasser, wide receiver from Missouri Tigers.

The St. Louis Rams on the clock

Pick 200: Detroit selects Quandre Diggs, cornerback out of Texas.

The Detroit Lions are on the clock.

Pick 199: Pittsburgh selects L.T. Walton, defensive tackle out of Central Michigan.

The Pittsburgh Steelers are on the clock.

Pick 198: Cleveland selects Randall Telfer, tight end out of USC.

The Cleveland Browns are on the clock.

Pick 197: Cincinnati selects Derron Smith, safety out of Fresno State. A 3-time All-Mountain West player.

The Cincinnati Bengals are on the clock

Pick 196: Philadelphia selects Randall Evans, cornerback out of Kansas State.

The Philadelphia Eagles are on the clock

Pick 195: Cleveland selects Malcolm Johnson, tight end out of Mississippi State.

The Cleveland Browns are on the clock

Pick 194: Buffalo selects Nick O'Leary, tight end out of Florida State. He won the John Mackey Award as the nation's top tight end.

The Buffalo Bills are now on the clock.

Pick 193: Minnesota selects B.J. Dubose, defensive lineman out of Louisville. 7.5 career sacks for the Cardinals.

The Minnesota Vikings are on the clock

Pick 192: San Diego selects Darius Philon, defensive line out of Arkansas. He was an All-SEC second team player who recorded 4.5 sacks in 2014.

The San Diego Chargers are on the clock

Pick 191: Philadelphia selects JaCorey Shepherd, cornerback out of Kansas. The best player left on Mel Kiper's big board is now a member of the Eagles.

The Philadelphia Eagles are on the clock

Pick 190: San Francisco selects Ian Silberman, offensive lineman out of Boston College.

The San Francisco 49ers are on the clock

Pick 189: Cleveland selects Charles Gaines, cornerback out of Louisville. He was somebody that we had ranked very high, he is heading out to join the Browns.

The Cleveland Browns are on the clock

Pick 188: Buffalo selects Tony Steward, an outside linebacker out of Clemson.

The Buffalo Bills are on the clock

Pick 187: Washington selects Evan Spencer, wide receiver out of Ohio State.

The Washington Redskins are on the clock

Pick 186: New York Giants select Geremy Davis from Connecticut who finished his career in the top six in school history in receptions and yards. He had a reception in every game that he played in college.

The New York Giants are on the clock

Pick 185: Minnesota selects Tyrus Thompson, offensive lineman from Oklahoma

Pick 184: Tampa Bay selects Kaelin Clay, wide receiver out of Utah.

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are on the clock.

Pick 183: Chicago selects Tayo Fabuluje, an offensive lineman out of TCU. He originally went to BYU before transferring to TCU.

The Chicago Bears are on the clock

The Redskins go back-to-back with defensive players to compliment their picks on the offensive line in the early round.

Pick 182: Washington selects Tevin Mitchel, a linebacker out of Arkansas.

Pick 181: Washington selects Kyshoen Jarrett, a safety out of Virginia Tech.

Washington has the next two picks.

Pick 180: Jacksonville selects Michael Bennett, defensive lineman out of Ohio State. Our top rated player left on the board has been selected in the sixth round.

The Jacksonville Jaguars are on the clock.

Pick 179: Oakland selects Max Vailes, inside linebacker from Virginia. He was just listed in the Top 10 of available prospects by Mel Kiper Jr.

The Oakland Raiders are now on the clock

Pick 178: New England selects Matt Wells, linebacker from Mississippi State.

The New England Patriots are on the clock

Pick 177: Tennessee selects Deiontrez Mount, linebacker out of Louisville. He is a big bodied linebacker at 6-foot-5 and 243 lbs.

The Tennessee Titans will get us underway here in the sixth round.

That is the end of the fifth round

Pick 176: Baltimore selects Robert Myers, guard out of Tennesee State.

The Baltimore Ravens are on the clock

Pick 175: Houston selects Keith Mumphery, wide receiver out of Michigan State. 1,300 receiving yards over the course of his career with the Spartans. 

The Houston Texans are on the clock.

Pick 174: Carolina selects Cameron Artis-Payne, running back out of Auburn.

The Carolina Panthers are on the clock

Pick 173: Kansas City selects James O'Shaughnessy, tight end out of Illinois State. He caught nine touchdown passes last season for the Redbirds.

Pick 172: Kansas City selects D.J. Alexander, linebacker out of Oregon State.

The Kansas City Chiefs are on the clock with consecutive picks

Pick 171: Baltimore selects Nick Boyle, tight end out of Delaware. A 6-foot-4, 268 lbs tight end who caught 101 career passes.

The Baltimore Ravens are on the clock

Pick 170: Seattle selects Tye Smith, cornerback out of Towson. He finished his career with 312 tackles at the FCS level.

The Seattle Seahawks are on the clock

Pick 169: Carolina selects David Mayo, an inside linebacker out of Texas State.

The Carolina Panthers are on the clock

Pick 168: Detroit selects Michael Burton, fullback out of Rutgers. He is a very solid pass catcher coming out of the backfield.

The Detroit Lions are on the clock

Pick 167: New Orleans selects Damian Swann, cornerback out of Georgia. Swann had four interceptions and four forced fumbles in 2014.

TRADE: Pick 167 has been traded to the New Orleans Saints

The Washington Redskins are on the clock

The specialists are getting some love in the fifth round of the NFL Draft as a punter is drafted followed by a long snapper.

Pick 166: New England selects Joe Cardona, long snapper out of Navy.

The New England Patriots are on the clock

Pick 165: San Francisco selects Bradley Pinion, punter out of Clemson. Our first punter is off the board in the fifth round!

The San Francisco 49ers are on the clock

Pick 164: Denver selects Lorenzo Doss, cornerback out of Tulane. He was a first team All-Conference USA player in 2013 who finished his career with 15 interceptions

The Denver Broncos are on the clock

Pick 163: Dallas selects Ryan Russell, defensive end out of Purdue. He finished his career with 10 sacks for the Boilermakers.

The Dallas Cowboys are on the clock

Pick 162: Tampa Bay selects Kenny Bell, wide reciever out of Nebraska. He is the school leader in career receptions with 161. A good young target for Jameis Winston to build some long-term chemistry with.

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are on the clock

Pick 161: Oakland selects Neiron Bell, linebacker out of Florida. He is coming off microfracture surgery in November. It will be interesting to see what condition he is in when offseason drills begin.

The Oakland Raiders are on the clock

Pick 160: Pittsburgh selects Jesse James, tight end out of Penn State. He is a big target at 6-foot-7 and will likely be the long-term replacement for Heath Miller.

The Pittsburgh Steelers are on the clock.

Speed has been the name of the game for the Arizona Cardinals today.

Pick 159: Arizona selects J.J. Nelson, wide receiver out of UAB. He ran a 4.28 40-yard dash and returned four kickoffs for touchdowns in 2014.

The Cardinals are on the clock again.

Pick 158: Arizona selects Shaq Riddick, defensive lineman from West Virginia. He recorded seven sacks last year for the Mountaineers.

The Arizona Cardinals are on the clock.

Pick 157: Cincinnati selects C.J. Uzomah, tight end out of Auburn. Uzomah is a big target at 6-foot-5 who played wide receiver as a young player. He caught seven touchdowns last season and will likely be a big red zone threat.

The Cincinnati Bengals are on the clock

Pick 156: Miami selects Tony Lippett, wide receiver out of Michigan State. He caught nearly 1,200 yards to lead the Big Ten in 2014.

The Miami Dolphins are on the clock.

Pick 155: Buffalo selects Karlos Williams, running back out of Florida State. He ran for 12 touchdowns in 2014 to lead his team. He also spent his first two seasons playing defense for the Seminoles.

The Buffalo Bills are on the clock

Pick 154: New Orleans selects Tyeler Davison, defensive tackle out of Fresno State. A two-time All-Mountain West first teamer. He finished his college career with 14.5 sacks.

The New Orleans Saints are on the clock

Pick 153: San Diego selects Kyle Emanuel, a linebacker from North Dakota State. He collected 41 sacks at the FCS level. He is a big body at 6-foot-3, 255 lbs.

The San Diego Chargers are on the clock

Pick 152: The New York Jets select Jarvis Harrison, an offensive lineman out of Texas A&M. He is a versatile athletic who started at both guard positions as well as left tackle.

The New York Jets are on the clock

Pick 151: Indianapolis selects David Parry, defensive lineman out of Stanford. He had 4.5 sacks in 2014 and 8.5 for his career with the Cardinal.

The Indianapolis Colts are on the clock.

Pick 150: Miami selects Ced Thompson, safety out of Minnesota. He started 32 games for the Golden Gophers with five career interceptions.

And there it is Ajayi is off the board taking his talents to South Beach. He ran for 1,823 yards in 2014.

Pick 149: Miami selects Jay Ajayi, running back out of Boise State.

The Miami Dolphins are on the clock with consecutive picks

Pick 148: New Orleans selects Davis Tull, linebacker out of Chattanooga. A very athletic player who jumped 42.5 with his vertical and 132 inches on his broad jump.

The New Orleans Saints are on the clock

Pick 147: Green Bay selects Brett Hundley, quarterback out of UCLA. It was mentioned that the Packers may be interested in a quarterback and they trade up to select the Bruins' quarterback.

TRADE: Pick 147 is traded to the Green Bay Packers.

The New England Patriots are on the clock.

Pick 146: Minnesota selects Stefon Diggs, wide receiver out of Maryland. He caught five touchdowns in 2014 and finished with 2,227 career yards receiving. That is good for second all-time in Maryland school history. 

The Minnesota Vikings are on the clock

Pick 145: Miami selects Bobby McCain, cornerback out of Memphis. He was a first team All-AAC player in 2014 with five interceptions.

The Miami Dolphins are on the clock.

Pick 144: The Giants select Mykkele Thompson, a safety out of Texas.

The New York Giants are on the clock

Pick 143: Minnesota selects MyCole Pruitt, tight end out of Southern Illinois. He is a very athletic receiver who ran a 4.58 40-yard dash at the combine while also jumping 38 inches on his vertical leap.

The Minnesota Vikings are on the clock now with a pick that has changed hands four times to this point.

Pick 142: Chicago selects Adrian Amos, a free safety out of Penn State. He has seven career interceptions and finished as an All-Big Ten honorable mention in the last three seasons.

The Chicago Bears are on the clock.

Pick 141: Washington selects Martrell Spaight, a linebacker out of Arkansas. A very athletic linebacker who led the SEC with 128 tackles in 2014.

The Washington Redskins are now on the clock.

Pick 140: Oakland selects Ben Heeney, an inside linebacker out of Kansas. He was second team All-Big 12 in 2012 and 2013, as well as first team All-Big 12 in 2014.

The Oakland Raiders are now on the clock.

Pick 139: Jacksonville selects Rashad Greene, wide receiver out of Florida State.

The Jacksonville Jaguars are on the clock.

Pick 138: Tennessee selects David Cobb, running back out of Minnesota. A 5-foot-11, 229 lb back. That is an interesting pick indeed, does that mean that Tennessee has lost faith in Bishop Sankey?

Pick 137: Atlanta selects Grady Jarrett, defensive lineman out of Clemson. A 2014 First Team All-ACC player who was highly rated by Mel Kiper Jr. The Tennessee Titans are on the clock.

TRADE: Pick 137 has been traded to the Atlanta Falcons from the Minnesota Vikings.

That is the end of the fourth round. We will begin the fifth round with the Minnesota Vikings on the clock.

Pick 136: Baltimore selects Tray Walker, cornerback out of Texas Southern.

The final pick of the fourth round belongs to the Baltimore Ravens.

Pick 135: Cincinnati selects Marcus Hardison, defensive lineman out of Arizona State. He recorded 10 sacks and 15 tackles for loss for the Sun Devils in 2014.

The Cincinnati Bengals are on the clock.

Pick 134: Seattle selects Mark Glowinski, offensive lineman out of West Virginia. Two good selections from the Seahawks front office, we will see if either Glowinski or Poole can contribute early for the defending NFC Champions

That is a good selection to fill the void left by Manny Ramirez after his trade to Detroit on Thursday.

Pick 133: Denver selects Max Garcia, an offensive lineman out of Florida.

Pick 132: San Francisco selects DeAndre Smelter, wide receiver out of Georgia Tech. Two straight Yellow Jackets off the board. The Denver Broncos are on the clock.

The San Francisco 49ers are on the clock

Pick 131: New England selects Shaq Mason, center out of Georgia Tech.

The New England Patriots are on the clock.

Pick 130: Seattle selects Terry Poole, offensive lineman out of San Diego State. There is some help on the offensive line for the Hawks, they will likely pick a few more lineman before today is done.

A very good pick there for the Packers to bolster their linebacking corps. The Seattle Seahawks are now on the clock.

Pick 129: Green Bay selects Jake Ryan, linebacker out of Michigan. He is the fourth best player available right now on Mel Kiper's big board.

The Raiders were in need of help on the offensive line. The Green Bay Packers are on the clock.

Pick 128: Oakland selects Jon Feliciano, offensive lineman out of Miami-Florida. He was not rated very highly on the NFL.com draft board but the Raiders saw something in him that must have impressed them.

The Oakland Raiders are on the clock with a pick they acquired from Tampa Bay earlier.

Pick 127: Dallas selects Damien Wilson, middle linebacker out of Minnesota. He led the Gophers with 119 tackles in 2014.

The Dallas Cowboys are on the clock as the picks are starting to come quickly.

Pick 126: San Francisco selects Mike Davis, a 5-foot-9 running back out of South Carolina. He is a 217-lb back who is best compared to Alfred Morris.

Pick 125: Baltimore selects Buck Allen out of USC, to fill a big need at running back. He is a tough runner who should contribute early.

Linebacker was a position of need for the Buccaneers. He ran a 4.55 40-yard dash at the scouting combine, the fastest of all the linebackers.

Pick 124: Tampa Bay selects Kwon Alexander, linebacker out of LSU.

The Evergreen State pipeline leading straight to Cleveland it looks like. Will Connor Halliday or John Timu join the Browns later?

TRADE: Pick 124 has been traded to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers from the Oakland Raiders.

Pick 123: Cleveland selects Vince Mayle, wide receiver out of Washington State. That is three selections from the Evergreen State for the Browns.

The Cleveland Browns are on the clock

Smith is a very good pick here. Another speedy pass rusher who will be a great end in the 3-4 defense for the Ravens.

Pick 122: Baltimore selects Za'Darius Smith, defensive lineman out of Kentucky.

The AFC North parade continues with the Baltimore Ravens on the clock followed by the Cleveland Browns.

Pick 121: Pittsburgh selects Doran Grant, cornerback out of Ohio State. five interceptions for Grant during 2014, nine over the course of his career. 

The Pittsburgh Steelers are on the clock.

Shaw missed the first 10 games of the 2014 season due to suspension, he has a good upside, we will see how well he can do in the NFL.

Pick 120: Cincinnati selects Josh Shaw, safety out of USC. 

The Cincinnati Bengals are on the clock.

Pick 119: St. Louis selects Andrew Donnal, offensive lineman out of Iowa.

The St. Louis Rams are now on the clock.

Pick 118: Kansas City selects Ramik Wilson, linebacker out of Georgia. A first team All-SEC player in 2013.

A very interesting pick from Arizona there, somebody who doesn't even have a draft profile page on NFL.com. We'll see if Mel Kiper has anything to say about Rodney Gunter.

The Kansas City Chiefs are on the clock.

This writer likes the selection of Blake Bell by the 49ers. Bell did play quarterback during his first few years under Bob Stoops at Oklahoma.

Pick 117: San Francisco selects Blake Bell, tight end out of Oklahoma

Pick 116: Arizona selects Rodney Gunter, a defensive lineman out of Delaware State.

TRADE: Pick 116 has been traded to the Arizona Cardinals.

Pick 115: Cleveland selects Ibraheim Campbell, a safety out of Northwestern. He had 11 interceptions during his career with the Wildcats.

The Cleveland Browns are now on the clock for consecutive picks.

Apparently the Philadelphia Eagles picked up a third-round pick in 2016 from the Lions for the 113th pick in this draft.

Pick 114: Miami selects Jamil Douglas, an offensive lineman out of Arizona State. That fills a big position of need on the interior of their o-line.

The Miami Dolphins are on the clock before back-to-back picks by the Clevleand Browns.

Pick 113: Philadelphia has traded the 113th pick to the Detroit Lions. Gabe Wright, defensive tackle out of Auburn is the selection.

Pick 112: Washington selects Arie Kouandjio, offensive lineman out of Alabama. Another offensive lineman for the Redskins. They must be looking to stock on defense in free agency. 

The Washington Redskins are on the clock.

Offensive line was a position of need for the Patriots and they got themselves a good one in Jackson.

Pick 111: New England selects Tre Jackson, offensive lineman out of Florida State. He was an All-American selection in 2014.

The New England Patriots are on the clock.

Injury concerns dropped the stock of Clemmings. Offensive line was the last position of need as listed on NFL.com

Pick 110: Minnesota selects T.J. Clemmings, offensive lineman out of Pittsburgh.

There is the safety of need for the Colts. The Minnesota Vikings are now on the clock. Geathers is a big body at 6-foot-2 and 218 lbs in the defensive backfield.

Pick 109: Indianapolis selects Clayton Geathers, a safety out of Central Florida

The Indianapolis Colts are on the clock

Hmm, an interesting pick there as a fullback taken in the fourth round. Tennessee with a big back and a potential blocker for Bishop Sankey

Pick 108: Tennessee selects Jalston Fowler, a fullback from Alabama.

The Tennessee Titans are back on the clock. Which defensive position will they select with this pick?

Pick 107: Atlanta selects Justin Hardy, wide receiver out of East Carolina.

The Atlanta Falcons are on the clock.

A good young running back who ran for 10-straight 100 yard games during one point of the season for the Spartans.

Pick 106: Chicago selects Jeremy Langford, running back out of Michigan State. 

The Chicago Bears are now on the clock.

Crowder is a small receiver at 5-foot-8 but he has very good hands.

Pick 105: Washington selects Jamison Crowder, wide receiver out of Duke.

The Washington Redskins are on the clock.

A very good selection by the Jets there, this writer can see him being a very good quarterback in the future

Pick 104: Jacksonville selects James Sample, a 6-foot-2 safety out of Louisville.

On the clock now is the Jacksonville Jaguars

Pick 103: New York Jets select Bryce Petty, quarterback out of Baylor. There is your quarterback.

The Jaguars just moved back one selection. We haven't heard about what else what involved in that trade.

TRADE: Pick 103 is traded to the New York Jets from the Jacksonville Jaguars. Look for a quarterback to come off the board.

Daryl Williams is an interior lineman which fills a big need for the Panthers.

TRADE: Pick 102 is traded to the Carolina Panthers from the Oakland Raiders. Carolina selects Daryl Williams, offensive lineman out of Oklahoma.

A great selection here as Flowers is a very versatile player who can rush the passer with the best of them.

Pick 101: New England selects Trey Flowers out of Arkansas.

Blackson fills the need on the defensive line for the Titans. He is 6-foot-4 and 318 lbs.

Pick 100: Tennessee selects Angelo Blackson from Auburn.

Round 4 is now underway

George McCaskey the chairman for the Chicago Bears takes the podium for a short speech.

Roger Goodell to the podium to get us underway today. He is thanking the city of Chicago and the fans.

Wow, we are hearing reports that the Seahawks are looking to move up to the 100 spot.

It is time now for the scouting departments to make their money. Day 3 of the NFL Draft starts now!

Ian Rapoport reporting that the first pick of the fourth round may be in play as the Titans could be looking to acquire another pick or two today.

We are just about 10 minutes from the start of Day 3 of the NFL Draft. What are you looking for your team to do?

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Schefter reporting that there is a potential knee issue that could be hurting the draft stock of Jay Ajayi.

Adam Schefter reports today that it does not look like Hundley or Petty will be available for too long today. The Dallas Cowboys and Green Bay Packers were surprise names to be interested in these quarterbacks.

One other name to keep your eye on is Ohio State defensive lineman Michael Bennett. He is another big name that is still available. A second round talent who can greatly improve his team's pass rush.

It was surprising to this writer as well to see the fall of Boise State running back Jay Ajayi. Don't be surprised to see him go early as well, he is a second-round talent for sure and our top-rated running back still remaining on our VAVEL USA Draft Board.

We had a very interesting day yesterday in which no quarterbacks were taken. That means that potential difference makers Bryce Petty from Baylor and UCLA quarterback Brett Hundley are still available. It will be interesting to see if the Jets snag one of those with their high fourth-round pick.

And we welcome you into our live coverage of the 2015 NFL Draft. My name is Matthew Evans.

All of those questions and more will be answered over the next few hours as the 2015 NFL Draft concludes on Saturday in the Windy City.

Another team to watch in the fourth round is the San Francisco 49ers. They will have three selections in the round with the possibility of adding some very key pieces to their depleted roster. They are looking for a wide receiver, could Washington State wide receiver Vince Mayle get the call to the Bay Area? Or could the Niners look at size and select 6-foot-6 wideout Darren Waller from Georgia Tech?

One of the things that the New York Jets are looking for is a quarterback. This may be the perfect time to select that man as both Bryce Petty from Baylor and Brett Hundley from UCLA should still be available on the board. Will one of them get the call to play in the Big Apple? We’ll find out when the fifth pick is announced.

The Jets made another very good selection in the third round as they picked up outside linebacker Lorenzo Mauldin out of Louisville. He has excellent size at 6-foot-4 and 259 lbs with some speed at 4.85 40-yard dash. The thing that really makes this a great pick is the heart that he shows. He has overcome a lot of adversity to get to this points and he is surely someone that this writer will be rooting for to succeed.

On Friday night, they added a deep-threat as well a player who could turn into the heart of the defense. Wide Receiver Devin Smith out of Ohio State was the team’s second round selection. Smith is a burner with 4.4 speed and a 39-inch vertical leap. He caught 12 touchdowns in 2014 and led the Buckeyes with 931 yards receiving. He does struggle with catches in traffic but he usually is able to get by defenders with his wheels.

Selecting fifth in the fourth round is the New York Jets. They have had a very good draft so far selection Leonard Williams in the first round. Williams was considered by many experts to be the best player in this year’s draft and the Jets were able to get him at six, without having to trade up.

Moving into the fourth round, Jacksonville is still looking to bolster their defensive backfield. If they are looking to continue with their SEC drafting scheme, look for them to select someone like Damian Swann of Georgia, Nick Marshall of Auburn, or Justin Coleman from Tennessee. Cody Prewitt from Ole Miss is the highest-rated SEC safety left on the board at 8th, from there it drops all the way to 21st where a trio of SEC safeties lie, Jermaine Whitehead, Ronald Martin and Justin Cox.

The Jacksonville Jaguars hold the fourth selection in the fourth round. They have done a pretty good job so far of crossing off their positions of need with their selections. That started in the first round with the pick of Florida linebacker Dante Fowler Jr. They followed it up in the second round when they selected Alabama running back T.J. Yeldon. In the third round, they continued their SEC lovefest selecting A.J. Cann, guard out of South Carolina. All three were very good picks.

Oakland has four picks on Saturday and will be looking to upgrade at the cornerback, offensive line and running back positions. Do not be surprised to see the Raiders go with a cornerback at this spot whether it be Charles Gaines of Louisville, Ekpre-Olomu, or even the California boy Josh Shaw from USC.

They made a very interesting selection in the third round picking up tight end Clive Walford out of the University of Miami. Walford is a very good pass-catching tight end who has improved his blocking skills significantly over the last season with the Miami Hurricanes. He led his positional group in the forty-yard dash (4.79 sec), the vertical jump (35 inches), and the broad jump (120 inches). He is very athletic and should serve as another solid weapon for Derek Carr.

The Oakland Raiders hold the third selection of the fourth round. They have address a few of their needs with their first three picks. We already discussed the Amari Cooper selection during the LIVE preview yesterday. They made an interesting selection in the second round grabbing Mario Edwards Jr out of Florida State. There was some concern about which player that the Raiders would actually be getting as Edwards lost almost 40 points going into his pro day.

Get ready to see a lot of the Patriots as they hold seven total picks today including three picks in the fourth round. Look for them to address the offensive line with this first pick.

New England addressed their defensive line with their third-round compensatory pick as they picked up Geneo Grissom from the University of Oklahoma. Grissom is listed at only 6-foot-3 but he has very long 33 3/8” arms. He has experience playing both on the defensive line and also at linebacker. His speed is not something to write home to mom about but he is very quick off the line.

In the second round they selected safety Jordan Richards out of Stanford. It was a bit of head-scratcher as Richards was projected to be a third-day selection somewhere between Round Four and Round Six. Don’t be surprised to see Richards used as a wide receiver during the pre-season workouts and mini-camps. Another reason to support that thought process is that Richards does have good hands and the Patriots are in need of a wide receiver.

Selecting second in the fourth round will be the New England Patriots with a pick they received for guard Logan Mankins. The Patriots made very New England Patriot-type picks with their two selections on Friday night.

Going into the third day of the draft, the Titans still are looking for defensive help in all areas of the field. Don’t be surprised to see a majority of these picks come from that side of the ball. Since they are selecting first, this writer thinks that they will go cornerback and select Ifo Ekpre-Olomu out of Oregon. He is a player with first round talent who missed the Bowl Games for the Ducks after suffering a torn ACL during practice.

With their third round selection, the Titans picked up a much needed offensive lineman in Jeremiah Poutasi out of Utah. Poutasi did play tackle in college but he will likely be used as an interior lineman during the upcoming NFL season. The Titans currently have just one player listed in each of the three interior positions on their depth chart.

Tennessee would use their newly acquired selection to draft troubled wide receiver Dorial Green-Beckham out of the University of Missouri. DGB brings with him a big target to throw to at 6-foot-5 and will be a great addition to the receiving corps provided he stays out of trouble.

After selecting Marcus Mariota with the second overall pick, the Titans traded out of the 33rd selection acquiring the 40th pick and a fourth-round selection from the New York Giants.

We will start with the Tennessee Titans, they have six selections on Saturday as of this writing. They will get us underway with the 1st pick in the Fourth Round.

As we get you ready for today’s action, let’s take a look at how teams have done so far and what they could be looking to take in the final rounds.

This is a very smart move by the league to try and speed up the final round which at times can seem like it takes forever to complete. There is no doubt that this move will be a success but we will find out for sure after the draft is completed.

It may seem like today is moving faster than in year’s past and that is accurate. The NFL quietly modified the rule reducing the amount of time between picks in the seventh round to four minutes instead of the usual five. Rounds four, five, and six will still operate with the normal time limit. The time between compensatory picks has also been reduced as those picks cannot be traded by the team that holds them.

Saturday of the NFL Draft is where a team’s scouts make their money as they look for players who can come in to make a contribution or even fill a depth position.

Today is the most important day of the draft in this writer’s opinion as here is where teams can find that diamond in the rough player. As a fan of the Seattle Seahawks, we know very well how these late-round selections can make a big impact for the team. Players like Richard Sherman, Kam Chancellor, Byron Maxwell, Malcolm Smith, and K.J. Wright were all selected from the fourth round and beyond.

Good morning and welcome to VAVEL USA’s live coverage of the 2015 NFL Draft. Today is the third and final day which will feature the final four rounds here from Chicago, Illinois. My name is Matthew Evans and I will be your host for the first four and a half hours of coverage today.

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