NFL Mock Draft, Version 6: How all seven rounds will play out

We’re down to crunch time.

I’ve spent the past few months speaking to several NFL decision-makers, getting to know many of the top prospects personally, and watching their respective workouts. In addition to attending five pro days this year, I’ve been with most of the league’s top front-office executives at the Senior Bowl, the NFL Draft Scouting Combine and the NFL Owners Meetings in Arizona. Opinions on the NFL Draft seem to differ from source to source and it changes every single day.

Doing a full seven-round mock draft is a labor of love, and one I enjoy doing each year. Trades end up throwing off a lot of it, but I landed more than 70 percent of the top 100 picks last year (pats self on back) and nailed six players to the right six teams despite a bevy of moves on the first day.

I will have one final mock draft, just one round, up on Thursday morning. But here’s the grand-daddy of them all — seven rounds of goodness.

Of course, a lot can change between now and Thursday evening, but for now, consider this the blueprint. Dig in.

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1. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Jameis Winston, QB, Florida State

This one’s all but certain. My sources in Tampa Bay have been straight up with me since the end of the NFL season and I don’t see anything drastic happening between now and Thursday. Winston’s the "clubhouse leader" and has been since the moment the Saints beat the Buccaneers in Week 17. When it comes to an NFL quarterback who’s ready to start Day 1, he could be the most prepared for the challenge since Andrew Luck. As one NFL source put it to me this week, "He was put on this Earth to throw … a football, a baseball, whatever … he was meant to throw it." He’ll do just that in Tampa. Tune out the Mariota talk; Winston’s the guy. 

2. Tennessee Titans: Marcus Mariota, QB, Oregon

If Tennessee takes him here, he’ll battle Zach Mettenberger for the starting role. If the Titans trade the pick — hello, Washington, St. Louis, Cleveland, San Diego — things will get awfully interesting. One thing to note? Chargers QB Philip Rivers and Titans coach Ken Whisenhunt share the same agent, and with Tennessee’s ownership situation a bit in flux at the moment, Whisenhunt’s voice could be the most powerful in the building. 

3.  Jacksonville Jaguars: Amari Cooper, WR, Alabama

Cooper’s the ultimate fit for OC Greg Olson’s offense. Just 20 years old, he’s the most polished runner in this draft and a franchise cornerstone.

The defensive tackle slips to four and bolsters an already strong unit. A 3-technique who can play along the line, Williams can be a franchise changer to a squad already ascending.

5. Washington Redskins: Dante Fowler, Jr., OLB/DE, Florida

It’s been a good (albeit quiet) offseason for the Redskins. Defensive tackles Terrance Knighton and Stephen Paea and cornerback Chris Culliver were signed to smart deals and all can contribute at a high level next year. Fowler, a guy many expected to go in the top three, could fill the void the departed Brian Orakpo left as the outside linebacker opposite Ryan Kerrigan. He’s arguably the best pass-rusher in this draft class. Good fit in a 3-4. Fowler is a high-energy guy who can play in a variety of spots in the front seven, and did just that at Florida.

6. New York Jets: Vic Beasley, OLB, Clemson

The Jets very well could trade back and try to grab Georgia RB Todd Gurley. I know they like him, but probably not at 6. Let’s say they don’t. The Jets need a pass rusher, but which one? Beasley, of the guys still on the board, best fits the Jets’ system. A coach I spoke with said he expected Beasley to weigh in around 235 pounds at the Combine and that there was a fear he was too light. Beasley not only weighed in at 246 pounds, but he also did an outstanding 35 reps of 225 pounds on the bench the following day. He’s a great fit for what new coach Todd Bowles is trying to do in New York: get to the quarterback and stop the run. He was a sack-master in the ACC.

7. Chicago Bears: Alvin "Bud" Dupree, DE, Kentucky

Remember, this is new coach John Fox’s team now. Pass rush is always going to be the highest priority. More than merely a Combine workout warrior, Dupree was a shining light on a bad Kentucky team last season. Pass rusher is the pick; Dupree’s the guy.

8. Atlanta Falcons: Brandon Scherff, OT/OG, Iowa

This is a nightmare scenario for Atlanta. Pick for sale. Pick for sale. If it goes this way, it’s Trade Back Time. The Falcons want one of the top pass-rushers, but likely would shy away from either Missouri’s Shan Ray or Nebraska’s Randy Gregory this high in the draft. Without doing a trade, I’m perplexed where to put them here. So they go offensive line, an area of need, but certainly not one that is winning them five more games next year. 

9. New York Giants: Andrus Peat, OT, Stanford

The Giants are a bit of a wild card, but I think they go with either Peat or Ereck Flowers, the two best tackles in this draft. Peat’s father, Todd, was a starting offensive lineman for the Phoenix Cardinals in the 1990s, and this younger version showed real flashes at Stanford. He’s 6-foot-7, 314 pounds and could compete for either starting tackle job in New York next year. Giants fans might not be doing flips over a little known tackle out of Stanford, but he’s very well regarded around the league.

10. St. Louis Rams: Ereck Flowers, OT, Miami

I expect the Rams to move this pick. If the draft shook out this way, there are multiple teams that’d be interested in moving up for DeVante Parker, the talented Louisville wideout, and there’s a bevy of pass-rushers still on the board — a position the Rams always like, but don’t necessarily need — who’d be nice chips. If they keep the pick, I see them going with Flowers, a talented, mean offensive tackle who can play guard or tackle if needed.

11. Minnesota Vikings: Trae Waynes, DB, Michigan State

Waynes could go earlier, depending on team needs in the top 10. He is a 6-foot, 186-pound corner who starred in a man-to-man defense at Michigan State. He played on an island against some of the best players in the country, and according to sources worked his tail off with Pitt head coach Pat Narduzzi and MSU secondary coach Harlon Barnett to polish his game. He does it all and runs a 4.32 40-yard dash. Don’t forget, Vikings coach Mike Zimmer is a defensive backs coach at heart. Xavier Rhodes showed flashes last year; here’s his battery mate.

12. Cleveland Browns: Danny Shelton, DT, Washington

A 335-pound run-stuffer, look for Shelton to go somewhere in the 10 to 20 range. Cleveland wants professionals with its two first-round picks this year. No jokers allowed after last year’s twin killing. The 335-pound Shelton is all about football and had a great meeting with the Browns brass two weeks ago. He’ll have to keep his weight down and prove he’s more than a two-down guy.

13. New Orleans Saints: Kevin White, WR, West Virginia


White hauled in 107 passes as a senior and then absolutely tore up Indianapolis. At 6-foot-2 and 215 pounds, he ran a 4.35 40-yard dash and left scouts with their jaws dropped after catching just about everything thrown his way. The Saints have made some moves on offense and drafted a wideout in the first round last year, but if White falls to 13, I can’t see coach Sean Payton, GM Mickey Loomis and Co. passing him up.

14. Miami Dolphins: Todd Gurley, RB, Georgia

An NFL executive told me last week that Gurley could be the best running back prospect to enter the draft since 2007 when Adrian Peterson came out of Oklahoma. There’s top 10 talk, but I think Miami’s the spot at 14. If the Dolphins front office has shown us anything this offseason, it’s that they’re not afraid to make a big splash. Gurley, whose medicals have checked out, would be just that.

15. San Francisco 49ers: Malcom Brown, DT, Texas

I’d expect the 49ers to go with a front-seven guy in the first round. Brown, 6-foot-2 and 320 pounds, is a pass rusher who started every game for Texas in 2013 and 2014. Already married with two kids, he’s ready to get going and play right away.

16. Houston Texans: Kevin Johnson, CB, Wake Forest

Rick Smith has taken only two offensive players in the first round since he took over GM responsibilities in 2007. I think the Texans are going to go defense, and Johnson is my guy to watch here. A talented 6-foot, 190-pound cover corner, Johnson went through position drills at his pro day a few weeks back and got rave reviews. He never missed a game at Wake and handled some of the nation’s best wide receivers. In an Andrew Luck world, you can never have enough pass defenders.

17. San Diego Chargers: DeVante Parker, WR, Louisville

I’d think the Chargers would be pretty excited if Parker fell here. He ran a 4.45 40-yard dash and had a 36.5-inch vertical jump at the Combine even though he still is coming back from a devastating foot injury he suffered in 2014. Philip Rivers needs another target. Here’s your guy.

18. Kansas City Chiefs: Nelson Agholor, WR, USC

Agholor’s the fourth wideout on my board and a guy who runs smooth routes and has good size and speed. An AFC executive told me that Agholor could be the second best route-runner (besides Amari Cooper) in this draft. He can step in Day 1 and play. Great West Coast offense fit.

19. Cleveland Browns (from Buffalo): Breshad Perriman, WR, UCF

There’s certainly a need at wide receiver. Perriman’s a 6-foot-3, 210-pound speedster whose father, Bret, had a very productive NFL career. A sub-4.3 40 guy, he’s a weapon for an offense that has few of them.

20. Philadelphia Eagles: Landon Collins, S, Alabama

Chip Kelly’s a bit of a wild card and with no blueprint to see how he’ll run his first draft in which he’s fully in charge, I could see Collins, the talented safety out of Alabama, being the guy. Versatile enough so he can play right away and contribute on special teams, this could be the right fit.

21. Cincinnati Bengals: Cedric Ogbuehi, OT, Texas A&M

Ogbuehi isn’t often mentioned as a first-round talent, but he very well could be a Top 25 guy. Before the injuries, he was viewed as a top-10 talent. The Bengals are looking to not only bolster depth at the tackle spot, but also find a future star. Ogbuehi could be that guy.

22. Pittsburgh Steelers: Byron Jones, CB, Connecticut

Jones was the breakout star of the Combine with a world record 12-foot, 3-inch standing broad jump, but he’s not just a raw athlete. He can play. He missed seven games last season with a shoulder injury but is healthy now. The Steelers need DB help, ASAP. Jones could be the guy.

23. Detroit Lions: Eddie Goldman, DT, Florida State

Goldman is a 6-foot-2, 334-pound physical specimen who loves to stop the run. Goldman could be a defensive tackle in the Lions’ 4-3. At the Combine, he rattled off names like Lee Roy Selmon, Merlin Olsen and Tony Brackens when describing players he modeled himself after. He’s a football historian and a big run stuffer. I like this pick for coach Jim Caldwell and defensive coordinator Teryl Austin. There was a large contingent of Lions brass at FSU’s Pro Day and a lot of those eyes were on him.

24. Arizona Cardinals: Jalen Collins, CB, LSU

At 6-foot-1, 203 pounds, Collins has the size and speed to be a real player at the next level, despite just 10 career starts in college. I know everyone has Arizona going running back in the first round; don’t be shocked if the Cards pick another defensive back. He’d join the Honey Badger and Patrick Peterson as DBs out of LSU in Arizona.

25. Carolina Panthers: D.J. Humphries, OT, Florida

Carolina might not be done with the offensive line just yet. The Panthers added Michael Oher and Jon Martin last month, but that’s not enough. Humphries is a big-time athlete whom NFL evaluators view as a bona fide tackle. He didn’t have a stellar college career but could be better in the pros.

26. Baltimore Ravens: Melvin Gordon, RB, Wisconsin

If Gordon slips to 26, the Ravens could be a good spot. I don’t see the do-everything Wisconsin star slipping out of the first round. He’s the home-run hitter the Ravens offense can pair with RB Justin Forsett. Corner and wideout may be bigger needs, but bringing in a true playmaker, whether at running back or wideout, is a priority.

27. Dallas Cowboys: Damarious Randall, S/CB, Arizona State

Randall’s my guy rising fast up draft boards and that’s because of his versatility. He played corner at Arizona State and had a lot of success. He is built like a safety. He also had a great workout in Arizona for many pro scouts during the owners meetings. Buzz on this guy has been high for a while.

28. Denver Broncos: T.J. Clemmings, OT, Pittsburgh

As Joel Klatt mentioned in our draft podcast last week, the bulk of the players the Broncos met with at the Combine were pass-protecting offensive linemen and tight ends. Clemmings is a converted basketball player who has the body to be a stud left tackle in the NFL. He hasn’t shown it yet, and struggled at the Senior Bowl, but could be a steal at 28.

29. Indianapolis Colts: Shane Ray, DE, Missouri

30. Green Bay Packers: Stephone Anthony, LB, Clemson

Anthony hasn’t been listed as a first-rounder in many mock drafts, but I like him in Green Bay. He’s 6-3, 235 pounds and can both get to the quarterback and perform in coverage. He’s my top inside linebacker in this draft.

31. New Orleans Saints (from Seahawks): Randy Gregory, OLB, Nebraska

After a failed drug test at the Combine, Gregory went through the media ringer. It’s called the "idiot test" because you’re aware it’s coming. And still, Gregory failed. Perhaps more alarming for teams is the fact that he weighed in at just 235 pounds at the Combine. That’s light. He’s got a Barkevious Mingo/Dion Jordan label (not good), but has been compared to Jason Taylor by others (good) At 31, there’s too much potential to pass on. The orthopedic medicals will be examined here, too. The Saints would be more than happy to scoop him up.

32. New England Patriots: Eli Harold, DE/OLB, Virginia

The Patriots aren’t in the market for a first-round wideout, running back, corner or safety here. That’s not what they do. So I have them going with a versatile piece who can get to the quarterback. Harold can play the edge in a 4-3 or outside linebacker in a 3-4. 

Second Round:

1. (33) Tennessee Titans: Cameron Erving, OT/C/OG, Florida

2. (34) Tampa Bay Buccaneers: La’el Collins, OT, LSU

3. (35) Oakland Raiders: Shaq Thompson, S/LB, Washington

4. (36) Jacksonville Jaguars: T.J. Yeldon, RB, Alabama

5. (37) New York Jets: Jaelen Strong, WR, Arizona State

6. (38) Washington Redskins: Marcus Peters, CB, Washington

7. (39) Chicago Bears: Phillip Dorsett, WR, Miami

8. (40) New York Giants: Owamagbe Odighizuwa, DE, UCLA

9. (41) St. Louis Rams: Devin Smith, WR, Ohio State

10. (42) Atlanta Falcons: Eric Kendricks, LB, UCLA

11. (43) Cleveland Browns: Jake Fisher, OT, Oregon

12. (44) New Orleans Saints: Eric Rowe, CB/S, Utah

13. (45) Minnesota Vikings: Laken Tomlinson, OG, Duke

14. (46) San Francisco 49ers: Arik Armstead, DT, Oregon 

15. (47) Miami Dolphins: P.J. Williams, CB, Florida State

16. (48) San Diego Chargers: Benardrick McKinney, LB, Mississippi State

17. (49) Kansas City Chiefs: Donovan Smith, OT, Penn State

18. (50) Buffalo Bills: A.J. Cann, OG, South Carolina

19. (51) Houston Texans: Jordan Phillips, DT, Oklahoma

20. (52) Philadelphia Eagles: Sammie Coates, WR, Auburn

21. (53) Cincinnati Bengals: Devin Funchess, WR/TE, Michigan

22. (54) Detroit Lions: Ameer Abdullah, RB, Nebraska

23. (55) Arizona Cardinals: Ty Sambrallo, OT, Colorado State

24. (56) Pittsburgh Steelers: Maxx Williams, TE, Minnesota

25. (57) Carolina Panthers: Ronald Darby, CB, Florida State

26. (58) Baltimore Ravens: Quinten Rollins, CB, Miami (Ohio)

27. (59) Denver Broncos: Danielle Hunter, OLB/DE, LSU

28 (60) Dallas Cowboys: Mario Edwards, DE/DT, Florida State

29. (61) Indianapolis Colts: Preston Smith, DE, Mississippi State

30. (62) Green Bay Packers: Grady Jarrett, DT, Clemson

31. (63) Seattle Seahawks: John Miller, OG, Louisville

32. (64) New England Patriots: Jamil Douglas, OG, Arizona State

Round 3

1. (65) Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Nate Orchard, DE, Utah

2. (66) Tennessee Titans: Carl Davis, DT, Iowa

3. (67) Jacksonville Jaguars: Denzel Perryman, LB, Miami

4. (68) Oakland Raiders: Clive Walford, TE, Miami

5. (69) Washington Redskins: Tre Jackson, OG, Florida State

6. (70) New York Jets: Bryce Petty, QB, Baylor

7. (71) Chicago Bears: Xavier Cooper, DT, Washington State

8. (72) St. Louis Rams: Za’Darius Smith, DE, Kentucky

9. (73) Atlanta Falcons: Paul Dawson, LB, TCU

10. (74) New York Giants: Jaquiski Tartt, S, Samford

11. (75) New Orleans Saints: Josh Shaw, CB, USC

12. (76) Minnesota Vikings: Tyler Lockett, WR, Kansas State

13. (77) Cleveland Browns: Hau’oli Kikaha, OLB, Washington

14 (78) New Orleans Saints (from Miami Dolphins): Ali Marpet, OG, Hobart

15. (79) San Francisco 49ers: Dorial Green-Beckham, WR, Oklahoma

16. (80) Kansas City Chiefs: Derron Smith, S, Fresno State

17. (81) Buffalo Bills: Jeff Heuerman, TE, Ohio State

18. (82) Houston Texans: Doran Grant, CB, Ohio State 


19. (83) San Diego Chargers: David Cobb, RB, Minnesota

20. (84) Philadelphia Eagles: Jamison Crowder, WR, Duke

21. (85) Cincinnati Bengals: Trey Flowers, DE, Arkansas

22. (86) Arizona Cardinals: Lorenzo Mauldin, OLB, Louisville

23. (87) Pittsburgh Steelers: James Sample, S, Louisville,

24. (88) Detroit Lions: Alex Carter, CB, Stanford

25. (89) Carolina Panthers: Garrett Grayson, QB, Colorado State

26. (90) Baltimore Ravens: David Johnson, RB, Northern Iowa

27. (91) Dallas Cowboys: Tony Lippett, WR, Michigan State

28. (92) Denver Broncos: Tyler Kroft, TE, Rutgers

29. (93) Indianapolis Colts: Henry Anderson, DE, Stanford

30. (94) Green Bay Packers: Jesse James, TE, Penn State

31. (95) Seattle Seahawks: Ben Heeney, LB, Kansas

32. (96) New England Patriots: Michael Bennett, DT, Ohio State

33. (97) New England Patriots (compensatory selection): Duke Johnson, RB, Miami

34. (98) Kansas City Chiefs (compensatory selection): Kurtis
Drummond, FS, Michigan State

35. (99) Cincinnati Bengals (compensatory selection): Adrian Amos, S, Penn State

Round 4

1. (100) Tennessee Titans: Gabe Wright, DT, Auburn

2. (101) New England Patriots (from Tampa Bay Buccaneers): Rashad Greene, WR, Florida State

3. (102) Oakland Raiders: Rakeem Nunez-Roches, DT, Southern Mississippi

4. (103) Jacksonville Jaguars: Kwon Alexander, OLB, LSU

5. (104) New York Jets: Jordan Hicks, OLB, Texas

6. (105) Washington Redskins: Javorius "Buck" Allen, RB, USC

7. (106) Chicago Bears: Anthony Chickillo, DE, Miami

8. (107) Atlanta Falcons: Jay Ajayi, RB, Boise State

9. (108) New York Giants: Markus Golden, LB, Missouri

10. (109) Tampa Bay Buccaneers (from St. Louis Rams): Hroniss Grasu, OG/C, Oregon

11. (110) Minnesota Vikings: Matt Jones, RB, Florida

12. (111) Cleveland Browns: Cameron Artis-Payne, RB, Auburn

13. (112) Seattle Seahawks (from New Orleans Saints): Justin Hardy, WR, East Carolina

14. (113) Philadelphia Eagles (from San Francisco 49ers through Buffalo Bills): Brett Hundley, QB, UCLA

15. (114) Miami Dolphins: Sean Mannion, QB, Oregon State

16. (115) Cleveland Browns (from Buffalo Bills): Shaq Riddick, DE, West Virginia

17. (116) Houston Texans: Tevin Coleman, RB, Indiana

18. (117) San Diego Chargers: Mitch Morse, OG, Missouri

19. (118) Kansas City Chiefs: Steven Nelson, CB, Oregon State

20. (119) St. Louis Rams (from Philadelphia Eagles): Senquez Golson, CB, Ole Miss

21. (120) Cincinnati Bengals: Jeff Luc, LB, Cincinnati

22. (121) Pittsburgh Steelers: Frank Clark, DE, Michigan

23. (122) Baltimore Ravens (from Detroit Lions): Marcus Hardison, DT, Arizona State

24. (123) Arizona Cardinals: Christian Covington, DT, Rice

25. (124) Carolina Panthers: Kenny Bell, WR, Nebraska

26. (125) Baltimore Ravens: Ibraheim Campbell, S, Northwestern

27. (126) San Francisco 49ers (from Denver Broncos): Ben Koyack, TE, Notre Dame

28. (127) Dallas Cowboys: Jacoby Glenn, CB, UCF

29. (128) Indianapolis Colts: Reese Dismukes, C, Auburn

30. (129) Green Bay Packers: Craig Mager, CB, Texas State

31. (130) Seattle Seahawks: Ty Montgomery, WR/KR, Stanford

32. (131) New England Patriots: Daryl Williams, OT, Oklahoma

33. (132) San Francisco 49ers (compensatory selection): Lorenzo Doss, CB, Tulane

34. (133) Denver Broncos (compensatory selection): Arie Kouandjio, OG, Alabama

35. (134) Seattle Seahawks (compensatory selection): Angelo Blackson, DT, Auburn

36. (135) Cincinnati Bengals (compensatory selection): B.J. Finney, C, Kansas State

37. (136) Baltimore Ravens (compensatory selection): Damian Swann, CB, Georgia

Round 5

1. (137) Minnesota Vikings (from Tampa Bay Buccaneers through Buffalo Bills): Austin Shepherd, OT, Alabama

2. (138) Tennessee Titans: Tre McBride, WR, William and Mary

3. (139) Jacksonville Jaguars: Xzavier Dickson, OLB, Alabama

4. (140) Oakland Raiders: Joey Mbu, DT, Houston

5 (141) Washington Redskins: D’Joun Smith, CB, Florida Atlantic

6. (142) Chicago Bears (from New York Jets): Quandre Diggs, CB, Texas

7. (143) Denver Broncos (from Chicago Bears): Clayton Geathers, S, UCF

8. (144) New York Giants: Josh Robinson, RB, Mississippi State

9. (145) Philadelphia Eagles (from St. Louis Rams): Darryl Roberts, CB, Marshall

10. (146) Atlanta Falcons: Anthony Jefferson, Safety, UCLA

11. (147) Cleveland Browns: Kyshoen Jarrett, Safety, Virginia Tech

12. (148) New Orleans Saints: Chaz Green, OT, Florida

13. (149) Miami Dolphins (from Minnesota Vikings): Laurence Gibson, OT, Virginia Tech

14. (150) Miami Dolphins: Gerod Holliman, Safety, Louisville

15. (151) San Francisco 49ers: Andy Gallik, C/G, Boston College

16. (152) Houston Texans: Mike Davis, RB, South Carolina

17. (153) San Diego Chargers: Dres Anderson, WR, Utah

18. (154) New Orleans Saints (from Kansas City Chiefs): Stefon Diggs, WR, Maryland

19. (155) Buffalo Bills: Ramik Wilson, LB, Georgia

20. (156) Philadelphia Eagles: Kevin White, CB, TCU

21. (157) Cincinnati Bengals: MyCole Pruitt, TE, Southern Illinois

22. (158) Baltimore Ravens (from Detroit Lions): Chris Conley, WR, Georgia

23. (159) Arizona Cardinals: Malcolm Brown, RB, Texas

24 (160) Pittsburgh Steelers: Akeem Hunt, RB, Purdue

25. (161) Carolina Panthers: Louis Trinca-Pasat, DT, Iowa

26. (162) Tampa Bay Buccaneers (from Baltimore Ravens): Durell Eskridge, Safety, Syracuse

27. (163) Dallas Cowboys: Sean Hickey, OT, Syracuse

28. (164) Denver Broncos: Nick O’Leary, TE, Florida State

29. (165) Indianapolis Colts: Karlos Williams, RB, Florida State

30. (166) Green Bay Packers: Martrell Spaight, LB, Arkansas

31. (167) Seattle Seahawks: Hayes Pullard, LB, USC

32. (168) Detroit Lions (from New England Patriots through Tampa Bay Buccaneers): Troy Hill, CB, Oregon

33. (169) Carolina Panthers (compensatory selection): Shaquille Mason, C/OG, Georgia Tech

34. (170) Seattle Seahawks (compensatory selection): Blake Bell, TE, Oklahoma

35. (171) Baltimore Ravens (compensatory selection): Tyrus Thompson, OT, Oklahoma

36. (172) Kansas City Chiefs (compensatory selection): Titus Davis, WR, Central Michigan

37. (173) Kansas City Chiefs (compensatory selection): Corey Robinson, OT, South Carolina

38. (174) Carolina Panthers (compensatory selection): Ifo Ekpre-Olomu, CB, Oregon

39. (175) Houston Texans (compensatory selection): Quinton Spain, OG, West Virginia

40. (176) Baltimore Ravens (compensatory selection): Tony Washington, LB, Oregon

Round 6

1. (177) Tennessee Titans: Chris Hackett, Safety, TCU

2. (178) New England Patriots (from Tampa Bay Buccaneers): Charles Gaines, CB, Louisville

3. (179) Oakland Raiders: Garry Peters, CB, Clemson

4. (180) Jacksonville Jaguars: Obum Gwacham, DE, Oregon State

5. (181) Seattle Seahawks (from New York Jets): Lynden Trail, DE, Norfolk State

6. (182) Washington Redskins: Sam Carter, Safety, TCU

7. (183) Chicago Bears: Dominique Brown, RB, Louisville

8. (184) Tampa Bay Buccaneers (from St. Louis Rams): Wes Saxton, TE, South Alabama

9. (185) Atlanta Falcons: Vince Mayle, WR, Washington State

10. (186) New York Giants: Antwan Goodley, WR, Baylor

11. (187) New Orleans Saints: John Crockett, RB, North Dakota State

12. (188) Buffalo Bills (from Minnesota Vikings): Akeem King, Safety, San Jose State

13. (189) Cleveland Browns: Josh Harper, WR, Fresno State

14. (190) San Francisco 49ers: Devante Davis, WR, UNLV

15. (191) Miami Dolphins: Max Garcia, C, Florida

16. (192) San Diego Chargers: Cody Fajardo, QB, Nevada

17. (193) Kansas City Chiefs: Zach Hodges, LB, Harvard

18. (194) Buffalo Bills: Takoby Cofield, OT, Duke

19. (195) Houston Texans: Darrian Miller, OT, Kentucky

20. (196) Philadelphia Eagles: Trey DePriest, LB, Alabama

21. (197) Cincinnati Bengals: Taiwan Jones, LB, Michigan State

22. (198) Arizona Cardinals: Terrence Magee, RB, LSU

23. (199) Pittsburgh Steelers: Tye Smith, CB, Towson

24. (200) Detroit Lions: Dezmin Lewis, Central Arkansas

25. (201) Carolina Panthers: DeAndre Carter, WR, Sacramento State

26. (202) Cleveland Browns (from Baltimore Ravens): Cameron Clear, OT, Texas A & M

27. (203) Denver Broncos: Zack Wagenmann, DE, Montana

28. (204) Baltimore Ravens (from Dallas Cowboys): Nick Boyle, TE, Delaware

29. (205) Indianapolis Colts: Max Valles, LB, Virginia

30. (206) Green Bay Packers: B.J. Catalon, RB, TCU

31. (207) Indianapolis Colts (from Seattle Seahawks): Kendall Lamm, OT, Appalachian State

32. (208) Tennessee Titans (from New England Patriots): Bud Sasser, WR, Missouri

33. (209) Seattle Seahawks (compensatory selection): Al-Hajj Shabazz, CB, West Chester


34. (210) Green Bay Packers (compensatory selection): Erick Dargan, Safety, Oregon

35. (211) Houston Texans (compensatory selection): Zach Vigil, LB, Utah State

36. (212) Pittsburgh Steelers (compensatory selection): Trevor Roach, LB, Nebraska

37. (213) Green Bay Packers (compensatory selection): Leterrius Walton, DT, Central Michigan

38. (214) Seattle Seahawks (compensatory selection): Darius Philon, DT, Arkansas

39. (215) St. Louis Rams (compensatory selection): David Andrews, C, Georgia

40. (216) Houston Texans (compensatory selection): Jermaine Whitehead, S, Auburn

41. (217) Kansas City Chiefs (compensatory selection): Brandon Bridge, QB, South Alabama

Round 7

1. (218) Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Kristjan Sokoli, DE, Buffalo

2. (219) New England Patriots (from Tennessee Titans): Tyler Varga, FB, Yale

3. (220) Jacksonville Jaguars: Mario Alford, WR, West Virginia

4. (221) Oakland Raiders: Terrell Watson, RB, Azusa Pacific

5. (222) Washington Redskins: Marcus Baucus, OT, Arizona

6. (223) New York Jets: Jake Rodgers, OT, Eastern Washington

7. (224) New York Jets (from Chicago Bears): Tyrell Williams, WR, Western Oregon

8. (225) Atlanta Falcons: Deontay Greenberry, WR, Houston

9. (226) New York Giants: Cole Farrand, LB, Maryland

10. (227) St. Louis Rams: Kenny Hilliard, RB, LSU

11. (228) Minnesota Vikings: Trenton Brown, OG, Florida

12. (229) Cleveland Browns: Josue Matias, OG, Florida State

13. (230) New Orleans Saints: Robert Myers, OG, Tennessee State

14. (231) Tampa Bay Buccaneers (from Miami Dolphins through Baltimore Ravens and Detroit Lions): Jalston Fowler, RB/H-B, Alabama

15. (232) Minnesota Vikings (from San Francisco 49ers through Miami Dolphins): Jamarcus Nelson, WR, UAB

16. (233) Kansas City Chiefs: Derrick Lott, DT, Chattanooga

17. (234) Buffalo Bills: Tyeler Davison, DT, Fresno State

18. (235) Houston Texans: Kaleb Eulls, DT, Mississippi State

19. (236) Dallas Cowboys (from San Diego Chargers): Deon Simon, DT, Northwestern State

20. (237) Philadelphia Eagles: Jarvis Harrison, OG, Texas A&M

21. (238) Cincinnati Bengals: Jordan DeWalt-Ondijo, DE, Duke

22. (239) Pittsburgh Steelers: Nick Seither, DE, Georgetown (Kentucky)

23. (240) Detroit Lions: Zach Zenner, RB, South Dakota State

24. (241) Arizona Cardinals: Rob Havenstein, OT, Wisconsin

25. (242) Carolina Panthers: David Andrews, C/G, Georgia

26. (243) Dallas Cowboys (from Baltimore Ravens): Chad Hamilton, G/C, Coastal Carolina

27. (244) Indianapolis Colts (from Dallas Cowboys): Bryan Bennett, QB, Southeastern Louisiana

28. (245) New York Giants (from Denver Broncos): Jordan Richards, S, Stanford

29. (246) San Francisco 49ers (from Indianapolis Colts): Nick Marshall, QB/CB, Auburn

30. (247) Green Bay Packers: Imoan Claiborne, CB, Northwestern State

31. (248) Seattle Seahawks: Kasen Williams, WR, Washington


32. (249) Atlanta Falcons (from New England Patriots through St. Louis Rams): Joe Bergeron, RB, Texas A&M-Commerce

33. (250) Denver Broncos (compensatory selection): Nick Hill, RB, Michigan State

34. (251) Denver Broncos (compensatory selection): Patrick Miller, OT, Auburn

35. (252) Denver Broncos (compensatory selection): Greg Mancz, C, Toledo

36. (253) New England Patriots (compensatory selection): Cedric Thomson, Safety, Minnesota

37. (254) San Francisco 49ers (compensatory selection): Dreamius Smith, RB, West Virginia

38. (255) Indianapolis Colts (compensatory selection): Deion Barnes, DE, Penn State

39. (256) Arizona Cardinals (compensatory selection): Ross Scheuerman, WR, Lafayette