Bagay: VAVEL NFL's 2016 7-Round Mock Draft

Bagay: VAVEL NFL's 2016 7-Round Mock Draft

With the two surprising trades for the first two picks in the NFL Draft, the 2016 Draft could be the most interesting one we have seen in a long time. With many teams looking for their franchise guy, how might each team stack up after the three-day event in Chicago?

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Jon-Michael Bagay

With one of the most interesting build-ups in recent NFL Draft history, both the Los Angeles Rams and Philadelphia Eagles shaking things up by trading up for the first two selections in the draft, it has shaken the landscape and the anticipation for what could happen in Chicago.

The Rams and the Eagles seem to be looking for their future at the quarterback position and that might give teams, especially in the top five, a clearer look on what they might do on Day One. As Thursday approaches, here is a full 2016 7-Round 2016 NFL Mock Draft.

Round 1

1. Los Angeles Rams (from Tennessee Titans) – QB JARED GOFF (CALIFORNIA)

After seemingly giving a king's ransom to trade up to the number one overall selection in this year's draft, Jeff Fisher looks to finally nab a franchise quarterback to go with his stout defense. Jared Goff put up some crazy stats at the helm of the Golden Bears last season. His ability to throw the ball deep and with great accuracy will make some Hollywood-esque excitement in L.A. football.

2. Philadelphia Eagles (from Cleveland Browns) – QB CARSON WENTZ (NORTH DAKOTA STATE)

Eagles general manager Howie Roseman has come out and said last week that Wentz has the tools you want to develop a prototypical NFL quarterback. Carson Wentz would have seemed to be a redshirt-type player for new head coach Doug Pederson in year one, but if the issues with Sam Bradford might have the Eagles to play him right from the get-go, but with the athleticism and mental toughness he brings from Bismark will be handy in the NFL.

3. San Diego ChargersOT LAREMY TUNSIL (OLE MISS)

There will be many teams that will look to protect their quarterback at this year's NFL Draft, and with Phillip Rivers approaching the last few years of his prime, you need to nab what many teams look as the best overall prospect at this year's NFL Draft. Laremy Tunsil knows how to use his hands and feet, especially in pass protection, and will give stability to what was a injury-plagued offensive line last season.

4. Dallas CowboysS JALEN RAMSEY (FLORIDA STATE)

Recent reports have stated that Jerry Jones wants to get Ezekiel Elliot at the fourth overall selection, but the higher heads in the scout department should convince the owner of the Cowboys to go with the best secondary prospect in this year's draft. Ramsey has the speed and ball skills you would want in the safety position. His versatility could also have him play cornerback in the league, as the Cowboys had the least amount of interceptions from year ago.

5. Jacksonville JaguarsOLB MYLES JACK (UCLA)

Despite the conflicting reports on the issues with his knee, Myles Jack is one of the best prospects in this year's draft and Gus Bradley will add another weapon to his defense in his make-or-break year. He has the speed, awareness, and cover skills to be one of the best linebackers in the league, right away as he could be plugged in as another speedy, undersized linebackers, as he has the potential to unseat Paul Posluszny in the middle in the future.  

6. Baltimore RavensDE DEFOREST BUCKNER (OREGON)

Ozzie Newsome should look to improve the offensive and defensive lines in this draft, and he would not be disappointed if DeForest Buckner would be here when it's the Ravens turn to pick. Buckner is a physical specimen at 6'7" and just over 290 lbs. Buckner's ability at a 3-4 defense as an interior pass rusher might attract a lot of double teams in the next level and take some pressure off guys like Terrell Suggs in the upcoming season.

7. San Francisco 49ersOT RONNIE STANLEY (NOTRE DAME)

Chip Kelly might be walking into San Francisco with a messy situation at quarterback with Colin Kaepernick seemingly wanting out of the Bay Area, but he and general manager Trent Baalke should take the safe direction in getting a future book-end tackle for the next 10-15 years. The athleticism and toughness of Ronnie Stanley will match the high-tempo offense of Chip Kelly.

8. Cleveland Browns (from Miami Dolphins through Philadelphia Eagles) – QB PAXTON LYNCH (MEMPHIS)

What could be the first true swerve in this year's NFL Draft, the Browns will look to seal their future at quarterback in the first round, despite trading down from pick number two. New head coach Hue Jackson would have a lot of leverage with both Robert Griffin III and Paxton Lynch at the quarterback position, as Lynch has the physical tools and athleticism to sit down and wait, as the Browns hope to rebuild from scratch once again.

9. Tampa Bay BuccaneersDE JOEY BOSA (OHIO STATE)

Joey Bosa might be the most-NFL ready player in this year's draft at day one, and his dominance at collegiate-level would give new defensive coordinator Mike Smith a very handy player in Tampa. Bosa has the acceration and strength to be a disruptor up-front for a very long time in the league. He and Gerald McCoy might make up one of the best defensive lines in the entire league in 2016.

10. New York GiantsDE SHAQ LAWSON (CLEMSON)

After a breakout season with the Clemson Tigers last season, the Giants looks to improve their pass rush after struggling to get to the quarterback last season with Shaq Lawson. While not have the length and height most teams want in the defensive end, his all-around skill-set and motor will look for him to potentially sneak up as a top-ten selection in this year's NFL Draft.

11. Chicago BearsCB VERNON HARGREAVES III (FLORIDA)

The Bears lacked in pass defense last season, without having a true number one cornerback since Charles Tillman, but nabbing Hargreaves might be that guy. While only standing at 5'11", Vernon Hargreaves III shows impressive physicality at the line of attack. His ability to not only cover the pass but show tremondous ability to cover the run as well makes him a rare corner in this year's NFL.

12. New Orleans SaintsDT SHELDON RANKINS (LOUSIVILLE)

The Saints defense has been a mess for the last few seasons and they need multiple players at the three layers in defense. Sheldon Rankins would be one player that would help the defense immensely with his quickness off the snap and the powerful push he carries in the interior of the defense. His ceiling can be similar to that of Aaron Donald of the L.A. Rams with a similar physique and skill-set they carry.

13. Miami Dolphins (from Philadelphia Eagles) – RB EZEKIEL ELLIOT (OHIO STATE)

After losing Lamar Miller to the Houston Texans, the Dolphins need to find a new feature back for Adam Gase's first season as head coach. Ezekiel Elliot would be the perfect back at South Beach fitting the total package you want in today's NFL with the speed, power, and fluidity he carries, especially on counter runs where he can abuse his skill set to cut through the defense with ease. 

14. Oakland Raiders ILB REGGIE RAGLAND (ALABAMA)

Head coach Jack Del Rio had the benefit of a young and promising last season in Oakland, but had immense struggles on each level of his defense. Reggie Ragland is an old school Mike Linebacker that JDR would appreciate on his team. He is a big and physical linebacker that knows how to get to the opposing offense and wrap up tackles with ease.

15. Tennessee Titans (from Los Angeles Rams) – OT TALYOR DECKER (OHIO STATE)

After taking multiple picks from the Rams to seemingly rebuild and stock up on multiple talented players, the Tennessee Titans need to focus on protecting their franchise guy in Marcus Mariota. Taylor Decker's physicality and large frame makes him the perfect right tackle alongside Taylor Lewan on the left side to hopefully give Mariota book-end tackles for the next 10-15 years.

16. Detroit LionsOT JACK CONKLIN (MICHIGAN STATE)

The Detroit Lions seem to be devoid of proven players on both their offensive and defensive line (apart from Ziggy Ansah) and they need start rebuilt along the first line of attack. Jack Conklin gives the Lions a strong and smart player along the left side of the offensive line that the Lions have been looking for in the last few seasons.

17. Atlanta FalconsOLB DARRON LEE (OHIO STATE)

The Falcons hired Dan Quinn last season to bring energy and revitalization into an aging and average defense. They might take another step into doing so by looking to add Darron Lee. Lee has the speed, awareness, and athleticism that fits the mold of the smaller new age linebacker and could be a staple for the ATL for many years.

18. Indianapolis Colts C RYAN KELLY (ALABAMA)

The Colts last season had franchise quarterback Andrew Luck sidelined most of the season, after suffering multiple hits and sitting out with a lacerated kidney and an abdominal tear. They need to focus on protecting their quarterback and with general manager Ryan Grigson and head coach Chuck Pagano's jobs on the line, Ryan Kelly will become the field general on the offensive line they missed since Jeff Saturday

19. Buffalo BillsOLB LEONARD FLOYD (GEORGIA)

The Buffalo Bills lost unhappy defensive end Mario Williams after failing to adapt to Rex Ryan's 3-4 defensive scheme. They need to improve their pass rush immensely and Leonard Floyd brings the speed and power you want out of the edge in a 3-4 defense. He might need to add muscle in the weight room once he enters the league, but he could turn out to be a nice selection for Buffalo.

20. New York Jets DE NOAH SPENCE (EASTERN KENTUCKY)

The Jets seemed to be on the verge on making the playoffs in 2015, but only to get swept by Buffalo and losing out on the opportunity. While quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick seems like he will not be back, they need to find the pass rusher that they have been missing from the edge in a long-time. Noah Spence gives defensive-minded Todd Bowles the athleticism and passion you want in any NFL player today.

21. Washington RedskinsDT A’SHAWN ROBINSON (ALABAMA)

Even with winning the NFC East a season ago, the Redskins have a lot of needs on both the offensive and defensive lines, as they need to improve on both sides of the ball to repeat as division champions. A'Shawn Robinson can line up anywhere in a 3-4 scheme and he would bring his athleticism and his size to plug in well in the middle.

22. Houston TexansWR LAQUON TREADWELL (OLE MISS)

Many experts would agree that the Texans need a perfect compliment to DeAndre Hopkins, but many would plug Corey Coleman in this position. However, Laquon Treadwell has been an interesting prospect due to his slow 40-Yard Dash time, but his talent in the air should not be denied, as well as to go along with his strong hands.

23. Minnesota Vikings WR COREY COLEMAN (BAYLOR)

Being another team that needs to bring in a WR2 target into the fold, the Vikings need to give Teddy Bridgewater another target to extend the length of the field, sideline-to-sideline. Corey Coleman is a quick receiver that can make plays after he catches the ball. Minnesota woudl be able to have both Coleman and Stefon Diggs on the outside to utilize effectively with each of their speed.

24. Cincinnati BengalsDT ROBERT NKEMDICHE (OLE MISS)

The Bengals were another team to be so close to reach the next level in the postseason, but only fell short thanks to an unfortunate turnover. They need to plug in youth into their interior defensive linemen and Robert Nkemdiche would make a lot of sense. Without the off-the-field issues, he is a top-ten talent in this year's draft, bringing speed and intensity in the interior of the defensive line. 

25. Pittsburgh SteelersCB ELI APPLE (OHIO STATE)

The Steelers have had many problems in the secondary for many years, since losing players like Troy Polamalu and Ike Taylor, as Mike Tomlin needs to add young, athletic players into that position. Eli Apple is a tall, athletic corner that would bring that physicality that would be ideal in a future number one corner that he could become.

26. Seattle SeahawksOG CODY WHITEHAIR (KANSAS STATE)

The Seahawks had a difficult time last season protecting the undersized Russell Wilson at quarterback. While he suffered no injuries last season, Seattle should be another team that looks to upgrade their offensive line in this upcoming draft. Cody Whitehair is the best guard in this draft, as he plays with the most awareness out of almost every other offensive lineman in this draft class.

27. Green Bay PackersDT JARRAN REED (ALABAMA)

The Packers received some surprising in the offseason with longtime nosetackle B.J. Raji being granted to take a one year break from the NFL. They need to bring a disrupter in the interior and Jarran Reed would be able to anchor the void with his size and power that would be missed with Raji's absense in 2016.

28. Kansas City ChiefsCB WILLIAM JACKSON III (HOUSTON)

While Kansas City found a gem in Marcus Peters in last year's NFL Draft, they lost reliable press cornerback Sean Smith to their division rivals in Oakland. William Jackson III could be another nice late first round selection being one of the fastest corners in this year's class, but also possessing the size and ability he can bring in the outside.

29. Arizona CardinalsCB MACKENSIE ALEXANDER (CLEMSON)

The Arizona Cardinals seem to have more questions than not when it comes to their secondary, besides having top-five cornerback Patrick Peterson on the team. And with Tyrann Mathieu spending most of next season with an ACL tear to recover from, Mackensie Alexander can be the first piece to recovery bring excellent man-to-man coverage skills, especially for his 5'10" frame.

30. Carolina PanthersDE KEVIN DODD (CLEMSON)

The Panthers were only one game short of glory last season, and even with the resigning of Charles Johnson and the emergence of Kony Ealy last season, they could use the the extra depth along the defensive end position. Kevin Dodd might be overshadowed by Shaq Lawson in this draft, but he brings speed and power you want on the edge to make a good defensive line even better for the upcoming season.

31. Denver BroncosDE JONATHAN BULLARD (FLORIDA)

Despite winning Super Bowl 50, the Broncos did not manage to maintain many of their key players, including both quarterbacks Peyton Manning and Brock Osweiler, as well as interior defensive lineman Malik Jackson. Jonathan Bullard would fill the void that Malik Jackson left, as he has the power and ball-skills to be a disruptive force that was left by Jackson in Denver last season.

Round 2

32. Cleveland Browns – OT JASON SPRIGGS (INDIANA)

33. Tennessee Titans – OLB KAMALEI CORREA (BOISE STATE)

34. Dallas Cowboys – DE EMMANUEL OGBAH (OKLAHOMA STATE)

35. San Diego Chargers – DT ANDREW BILLINGS (BAYLOR)

36. Baltimore Ravens – OT GERMAIN IFEDI (TEXAS A&M)

37. San Francisco 49ers – WR JOSH DOCTSON (TCU)

38. Jacksonville Jaguars – DE SHILIQUE CALHOUN (MICHIGAN STATE)

39. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – DT VERNON BUTLER (LOUISIANA TECH)

40. New York Giants – RB DERRICK HENRY (ALABAMA)

41. Chicago Bears – S VONN BELL (OHIO STATE)

42. Miami Dolphins – CB KENDALL FULLER (VIRGINIA TECH)

43. Tennessee Titans (from Philadelphia Eagles through Los Angeles Rams) – S KEANU NEAL (FLORIDA)

44. Oakland Raiders – RB DEVONTAE BOOKER (UTAH)

45. Tennessee Titans (from Los Angeles Rams) – DT KENNY CLARK (UCLA)

46. Detroit Lions – OLB SU’A CRAVENS (USC)

47. New Orleans Saints – WR WILL FULLER (NOTRE DAME)

48. Indianapolis Colts – OG CHRISTIAN WESTERMAN (ARIZONA STATE)

49. Buffalo Bills – DT CHRIS JONES (MISSISSIPPI STATE)

50. Atlanta Falcons – TE HUNTER HENRY (ARKANSAS)

51. New York Jets – QB CONNOR COOK (MICHIGAN STATE)

52. Houston Texans – S KARL JOSEPH (WEST VIRGINIA)

53. Washington Redskins – CB ARTIE BURNS (MIAMI FLORIDA)

54. Minnesota Vikings – WR TYLER BOYD (PITTSBURGH)

55. Cincinnati Bengals – WR MICHAEL THOMAS (OHIO STATE)

56. Seattle Seahawks – OT SHON COLEMAN (AUBURN)

57. Green Bay Packers – LB KENTRELL BROTHERS (MISSOURI)

58. Pittsburgh Steelers – DT AUSTIN JOHNSON (PENN STATE)

59. Kansas City Chiefs – WR STERLING SHEPARD (OKLAHOMA)

60. New England Patriots – CB XAVIEN HOWARD (BAYLOR)

61. New England Patriots (from Arizona Cardinals) – WR BRAXTON MILLER (OHIO STATE)

62. Carolina Panthers – S JEREMY CASH (DUKE)63. Denver Broncos – OG JOSHUA GARNETT (STANFORD)

Round 3

64. Tennessee Titans – LB TYLER MATAKEVICH (TEMPLE)

65. Cleveland Browns – WR PHAROH COOPER (SOUTH CAROLINA)

66. San Diego Chargers – C NICK MARTIN (NOTRE DAME)

67. Dallas Cowboys – CB WILL REDMOND (MISSISSIPPI STATE)

68. San Francisco 49ers – CB SEAN DAVIS (MARYLAND)

69. Jacksonville Jaguars – OG ISAAC SEUMALO (OREGON STATE)

70. Baltimore Ravens – OT LE’RAVEN CLARK (TEXAS A&M)

71. New York Giants – S JALEN MILLS (LSU)

72. Chicago Bears – OLB KYLER FACKRELL (BYU)

73. Miami Dolphins – DE CARL NASSIB (PENN STATE)

74. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – OLB JOSHUA PERRY (OHIO STATE)

75. Oakland Raiders – S DARIAN THOMPSON (BOISE STATE)

76. Tennessee Titans (from Los Angeles Rams) – CB CYRUS JONES (ALABAMA)

77. Cleveland Browns (from Detroit Lions through Philadelphia Eagles) – C MAX TUERK (USC)

78. New Orleans Saints – CB KEIVARAE RUSSELL (NOTRE DAME)

79. Philadelphia Eagles – OT JERALD HAWKINS (LSU)

80. Buffalo Bills – DE CHARLES TAPPER (OKLAHOMA)

81. Atlanta Falcons – OG VADAL ALEXANDER (LSU)

82. Indianapolis Colts – OLB JORDAN JENKINS (GEORGIA)

83. New York Jets – OT KYLE MURPHY (STANFORD)

84. Washington Redskins – OLB DEION JONES (LSU)

85. Houston Texans – DT SHELDON DAY (NOTRE DAME)

86. Minnesota Vikings – S MILES KILLEBREW (SOUTEHRN UTAH)

87. Cincinnati Bengals – OG CONNOR MCGOVERN (MISSOURI)

88. Green Bay Packers – TE AUSTIN HOOPER (STANFORD)

89. Pittsburgh Steelers – QB CHRISTIAN HACKENBURG (PENN STATE)

90. Seattle Seahawks – RB KENNETH DIXON (LOUSIANA TECH)

91. New England Patriots – LB NICK VIGIL (UTAH STATE)

92. Arizona Cardinals – DE BRONSON KAUFUSI (BYU)

93. Carolina Panthers – OT JOHN THEUS (GEORGIA)

94. Denver Broncos – QB CARDALE JONES (OHIO STATE)

95. Detroit Lions – K ROBERTO AGUAYO (FLORIDA STATE)

96. New England Patriots – OT FAHN COOPER (OLE MISS)

97. Seattle Seahawks – DT JAVON HARGRAVE (SOUTH CARLOINA STATE)

98. Denver Broncos – WR RASHARD HIGGINS (COLORADO STATE)

Round 4

99. Cleveland Browns – LB SCOOBY WRIGHT III (ARIZONA)

100. Cleveland Browns (from Tennessee Titans through Philadelphia Eagles) – CB JONATHAN JONES (AUBURN)

101. Dallas Cowboys – RB C.J. PROSISE (NOTRE DAME)

102. San Diego Chargers – TE NICK VANNETT (OHIO STATE)

103. Jacksonville Jaguars – OLB JAYLON SMITH (NOTRE DAME)

104. Baltimore Ravens – OLB JOE SCHOBERT (WISCONSIN)

105. San Francisco 49ers – QB DAK PRESCOTT (MISSISSIPPI STATE)

106. Chicago Bears – DT ADOLPHUS WASHINGTON (OHIO STATE)

107. Miami Dolphins – OG SEBASTIAN TRETOLA (ARKANSAS)

108. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – S DEANDRE HOUSTON-CARSON (WILLIAM & MARY)

109. New York Giants – WR KENNY LAWLER (CALIFORNIA)

110. Los Angeles Rams – WR LEONTE CARROO (RUTGERS)

111. Detroit Lions – DE RONALD BLAIR (APPALACHIAN STATE)

112. New Orleans Saints – OLB YANNICK NGAKOUE (MARYLAND)

113. Los Angeles Rams (from Philadelphia Eagles through Tennessee Titans) – WR KOLBY LISTENBEE (TCU)

114. Oakland Raiders – CB MAURICE CANADY (VIRGINIA)

115. Atlanta Falcons – DE MATT JUDON (GRAND VALLEY STATE)

116. Indianapolis Colts – RB KENYAN DRAKE (ALABAMA)

117. Buffalo Bills – CB RASHARD ROBINSON (LSU)

118. New York Jets – LB B.J. GOODSON (CLEMSON)

119. Houston Texans – DE JIHAD WARD (ILLINOIS)

120. Washington Redskins – RB JONATHAN WILLIAMS (ARKANSAS)

121. Minnesota Vikings – OLB JATAVIS BROWN (AKRON)

122. Cincinnati Bengals – CB HARLAN MILLER (SE LOUISIANA)

123. Pittsburgh Steelers – OT JOE HAEG (NORTH DAKOTA STATE)

124. Seattle Seahawks – OLB ERIC STRIKER (OKLAHOMA)

125. Green Bay Packers – DE JASON FANAIKA (UTAH)

126. Kansas City Chiefs – DT HASSAN RIDGEWAY (TEXAS)

127. Chicago Bears (from New England Patriots) – TE JERELL ADAMS (SOUTH CAROLINA)

128. Arizona Cardinals – C JACK ALLEN (MICHIGAN STATE)

129. Carolina Panthers – RB ALEX COLLINS (ARKANSAS)

130. Baltimore Ravens (from Denver Broncos) – RB JORDAN HOWARD (INDIANA)

131. Green Bay Packers – OT AVERY YOUNG (AUBURN)

132. Baltimore Ravens – WR JORDAN PAYTON (UCLA)

133. San Francisco 49ers – TE TYLER HIGBEE (WESTERN KENTUCKY)

134. Baltimore Ravens – CB ERIC MURRAY (MINNESOTA)

135. Dallas Cowboys – TE BEN BRAUNECKER (HARVARD)

136. Denver Broncos – RB PAUL PERKINS (UCLA)

137. Green Bay Packers – S K.J. DILLION (WEST VIRGINIA)

138. Cleveland Browns – RB DANIEL LASCO (CALIFORNIA)

139. Buffalo Bills – WR KEYYARIS GARRETT (TULSA)

Round 5

140. Tennessee Titans – OG GRAHAM GLASGOW (MICHIGAN)

141. Cleveland Browns – WR CHARONE PEAKE (CLEMSON)

142. San Francisco 49ers (from San Diego Chargers) – DT MALIEK COLLINS (NEBRASKA)

143. Oakland Raiders (from Dallas Cowboys) – WR AARON BURBRIDGE (MICHIGAN STATE)

144. Denver Broncos (from Baltimore Ravens) – FB GLENN GRONKOWSKI (KANSAS STATE)

145. San Francisco 49ers – LB BLAKE MARTINEZ (STANFORD)

146. Jacksonville Jaguars – CB RYAN SMITH (NORTH CAROLINA CENTRAL)

147. Miami Dolphins – OT COLE TONER (HARVARD)

148. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – CB KEVON SEYMOUR (USC)

149. New York Giants – DT D.J. READER (CLEMSON)

150. Chicago Bears – DT WILLIE HENRY (MICHIGAN)

151. Detroit Lions – CB ANTHONY BROWN (PURDUE)

152. New Orleans Saints – OG JOE DAHL (WASHINGTON STATE)

153. Philadelphia Eagles – CB ZACH SANCHEZ (OKLAHOMA)

154. Oakland Raiders – DE JAMES COWSER (SOUTHERN UTAH)

155. Indianapolis Colts – WR ROGER LEWIS (BOWLING GREEN)

156. Buffalo Bills – QB KEVIN HOGAN (STANFORD)

157. Denver Broncos (from New York Jets) – LB DOMINIQUE ALEXANDER (OKLAHOMA)

158. Washington Redskins – WR MALCOLM MITCHELL (GEORGIA)

159. Houston Texans – C EVAN BOEHM (MISSOURI)

160. Minnesota Vikings – DE ANTHONY ZETTAL (PENN STATE)

161. Cincinnati Bengals – OLB NICK KWLATKOSKI (WEST VIRGINIA)

162. Kansas City Chiefs (from Seattle Seahawks) – S T.J. GREEN (CLEMSON)

163. Green Bay Packers – OLB DADI NICHOLAS (VIRGINIA TECH)

164. Philadelphia Eagles (from Pittsburgh Steelers) – RB TYLER ERVIN (SAN JOSE STATE)

165. Kansas City Chiefs – C AUSTIN BLYTHE (IOWA)

166. Houston Texans (from New England Patriots) – WR THOMAS DUARTE (UCLA)

167. Arizona Cardinals – WR DEVON CAJUSTE (STANFORD)

168. Carolina Panthers – CB KALAN REED (SOUTHERN MISSISSIPPI)

169. Detroit Lions (from Denver Broncos) – OT WILLIE BEAVERS (WESTERN MICHIGAN)

170. Arizona Cardinals – S JUSTIN SIMMONS (BOSTON COLLEGE)

171. Seattle Seahawks – DE STEPHEN WEATHERLY (VANDERBILT)

172. Cleveland Browns – S TYVIS POWELL (OHIO STATE)

173. Cleveland Browns – DE D.J. PETTAWAY (ALABAMA)

174. San Francisco 49ers – DE LAWRENCE THOMAS (MICHIGAN STATE)

175. San Diego Chargers – WR DEMARCUS ROBINSON (FLORIDA)

Round 6

176. Cleveland Browns – OLB IAN SEAU (NEVADA)

177. Los Angeles Rams (from Tennessee Titans) – CB TAVON YOUNG (TEMPLE)

178. San Francisco 49ers (from Dallas Cowboys) – S KEVIN BYARD (MIDDLE TENNESSEE)

179. San Diego Chargers – OG LANDON TURNER (NORTH CAROLINA)

180. Minnesota Vikings (from San Francisco 49ers) – DT MATT IONNIDIS (TEMPLE)

181. Jacksonville Jaguars – RB KELVIN TAYLOR (FLORIDA)

182. Baltimore Ravens – S JAYVON KEARSE (CLEMSON)

183. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – OT BRANDON SHELL (SOUTH CAROLINA)

184. New York Giants – WR DANIEL BRAVERMAN (WESTERN MICHIGAN)

185. Chicago Bears – QB BRANDON ALLEN (ARKANSAS)

186. Miami Dolphins – OLB TRAVIS FEENEY (WASHINGTON)

187. Washington Redskins (from New Orleans Saints) – S DERRICK KINDRED (TCU)

188. Philadelphia Eagles – WR MIKE THOMAS (SOUTHERN MISSISSIPPI)

189. Dallas Cowboys (from Oakland Raiders) – LB JARED NORRIS (UTAH)

190. Los Angeles Rams – TE BRYCE WILLIAMS (EAST CAROLINA)

191. Detroit Lions – S TRAE ELSTON (OLE MISS)

192. Buffalo Bills – S KAVON FRAIZER (CENTRAL MICHIGAN)

193. Tennessee Titans (from Atlanta Falcons) – CB D.J. WHITE (GEORGIA TECH)

194. Oakland Raiders (from Indianapolis Colts) – DE ROMEO OKWARA (NOTRE DAME)

195. Houston Texans (from New York Jets) – DT ADAM GOTSIS (GEORGIA TECH)

196. New England Patriots (from Houston Texans) – WR TAJAE SHARPE (MASSACHUSETTS)

197. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (from Washington Redskins) – OG SPENCER DRANGO (BAYLOR)

198. San Diego Chargers (from Minnesota Vikings) – P TOM HACKETT (UTAH)

199. Cincinnati Bengals – S DELONDRE’ HALL (NORTHERN IOWA)

200. Green Bay Packers – OG REES ODHIAMBO (BOISE STATE)

201. Jacksonville Jaguars (from Pittsburgh Steelers) – DT NILE LAWRENCE-STAMPLE (FLORIDA STATE)

202. Detroit Lions (from Seattle Seahawks) – DE RON THOMPSON (SYRACUSE)

203. Kansas City Chiefs – CB JAMES BRADBERRY (SAMFORD)

204. New England Patriots (reacquired from Chicago Bears) – OG JOE THUNEY (NORTH CAROLINA STATE)

205. Arizona Cardinals – RB WENDELL SMALLWOOD (WEST VIRGINIA)

206. Chicago Bears (from Carolina Panthers) – OT CALEB BENENOCH (UCLA)

207. San Francisco 49ers (from Denver Broncos) – OT DOMINIQUE ROBERTSON (WEST GEORGIA)

208. New England Patriots – C MATT SKURA (DUKE)

209. Baltimore Ravens – LB ELANDON ROBERTS (HOUSTON)

210. Detroit Lions – S DEON BUSH (MIAMI)

211. San Francisco 49ers – RB JOSH FERGUSON (ILLINOIS)

212. Dallas Cowboys – OT ALEX LEWIS (NEBRASKA)

213. San Francisco 49ers – OLB AARON WALLACE (UCLA)

214. New England Patriots – RB DEANDRE WASHINGTON (TEXAS TECH)

215. Seattle Seahawks – S CLAYTON FEJEDELEM (ILLINOIS)

216. Dallas Cowboys – WR CHRIS MOORE (CINCINNATI)

217. Dallas Cowboys – DT GREG MILHOUSE JR. (CAMPBELL)

218. Buffalo Bills – LB ANTONIO MORRISON (FLORIDA)

219. Denver Broncos – TE TEMARRICK HEMINGWAY (SOUTH CAROLINA STATE)

220. Pittsburgh Steelers – OG ANTHONY FABIANO (HARVARD)

221. New England Patriots – OT PEARCE SLATER (SAN DIEGO STATE)

Round 7

222. Tennessee Titans – OT HALAPOULIVAATI VAITAI (TCU)

223. Cleveland Browns – DT ANTWAUN WOODS (USC)

224. San Diego Chargers – OLB VICTOR OCHI (STONY BROOK)

225. Seattle Seahawks (from Dallas Cowboys) – OT NICK RICHTER (RICHMOND)

226. Jacksonville Jaguars – OG KYLE FRIEND (TEMPLE)

227. Miami Dolphins (from Baltimore Ravens) – TE BEAU SANDLAND (MONTANA STATE)

228. Denver Broncos (from San Francisco 49ers) – FB DAN VITALE (NORTHWESTERN)

229. Pittsburgh Steelers (from New York Giants) – CB DARYL WORLEY (WEST VIRGINIA)

230. Chicago Bears – QB BRANDON DOUGHTY (WEST KENTUCKY)

231. Miami Dolphins – S DOUG MIDDLETON (APPALACHIAN STATE)

232. Washington Redskins (from Tampa Bay Buccaneers) – LB JOSH FORREST (KENTUCKY)

233. Philadelphia Eagles – OLB TYRONE HOLMES (MONTANA)

234. Oakland Raiders – CB LESHAUN SIMS (SOUTHERN UTAH)

235. New York Jets (from Los Angeles Rams through Houston Texans and Denver Broncos) – DT AZIZ SHITTU (STANFORD)

15 (236). Detroit Lions – WR TREVOR DAVIS (CALIFORNIA)

237. New Orleans Saints – S JORDAN LUCAS (PENN STATE)

238. Atlanta Falcons – S ELIJAH SHUMATE (NOTRE DAME)

239. Indianapolis Colts – CB MORGAN BURNS (KANSAS STATE)

240. Minnesota Vikings (from Buffalo Bills) – RB KEITH MARSHALL (GEORGIA)

241. New York Jets – TE HENRY KRIEGER COBLE (IOWA)

242. Washington Redskins – DE DREW OTT (IOWA)

243. New England Patriots (from Houston Texans) – OLB DE’VONDRE CAMPBELL (MINNESOTA)

244. Minnesota Vikings – CB KEN CRAWLEY (COLORADO)

245. Cincinnati Bengals – LB AKIL BLOUNT (FLORIDA A&M)

246. Pittsburgh Steelers – DE DREEW IDDINGS (SOUTH DAKOTA)

247. Seattle Seahawks – C MARCUS HENRY (BOISE STATE)

248. Green Bay Packers – OT RYKER MATTHEWS (BYU)

249. Kansas City Chiefs – DE SHAWN OAKMAN (BAYLOR)

250. New England Patriots – S D.J. HUNTER (MARSHALL)

251. Philadelphia Eagles (from Arizona Cardinals) – DE ALEX MCCALISTER (FLORIDA)

252. Carolina Panthers – WR CODY CORE (OLE MISS)

253. Denver Broncos – OT STEPHANE NEMBOT (COLORADO)

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