National Football League
Ultimate seven-round mock draft
National Football League

Ultimate seven-round mock draft

Published Apr. 24, 2012 1:00 a.m. ET

It’s NFL Draft week, which means a few things:

1. It’s smokescreen season:

Don’t believe a single rumor you hear. That player who’s stock is “rising” in the days leading up to the Draft? That was something planted by his agent. Ignore it. That team that’s desperately trying to trade up or down in the Draft? Ignore that, too. The team planted that one, as well.

2. You’ve got to block out your entire weekend:


Planned on taking advantage of the nice weather and having a game of catch with your son? Wanted to go bar hopping with your old buddies from college? Thought this would be a good weekend to catch up on that book you’ve been meaning to read? Don’t. Don’t. Don’t. Sit on that couch and devour the Draft. It only comes around once a year. Savor it.

3. It’s time for my Annual Seven-Round Mock Draft

Giddy up.

For the sake of this mock draft, we’re playing it straight. No trades.

Print this sucker out and use it as your companion guide to watching all three days of draft goodness. The Vegas Over/Under on my correct picks (team, player, exact draft spot) is 12½. I think I’ll go 253 for 253.

From Andrew Luck to Dale Moss, here they are. Disagree? Let me know where I screwed up. Leave a comment!


1. Indianapolis Colts: Andrew Luck, QB, Stanford

Indianapolis replaces one highly intelligent, football-obsessed quarterback with another. Luck’s the highest-rated quarterback prospect to leave the college ranks since Peyton Manning. The first year might not be easy — the current talent on the Colts roster is third rate — but Luck’s got a big, bright future ahead. | Watch highlights

2. Washington Redskins (via trade with St. Louis): Robert Griffin III, QB, Baylor

An anonymous scout for an anonymous team called Griffin III “selfish” last week. OK. And I sometimes eat oatmeal in the morning. My point? Who cares? The Redskins are still taking RG3 second overall, as Griffin III fits into the Shanahan scheme perfectly and has all the moxie necessary to lead a struggling franchise back to the top. He’s already taken Baylor from the basement of the Big 12 to the Alamo Bowl. If he can do that, bringing the Redskins back to the playoffs is nothing. There’s more talent at the wideout position in Washington than there was a year ago. Pierre Garcon and Josh Morgan are solid, veteran receivers he’ll click with. There are better days ahead, 'Skins fans. | Watch highlights

3. Minnesota Vikings: Matt Kalil, OT, USC

Everywhere you look this week, mock drafts have Kalil sinking like a stone. Pay no attention to it. He’s hands-down the top offensive tackle in this draft. Not the flashiest of picks, but a wise one. The Vikings are in dire need of a lot of help at a lot of positions. They’ve got a terrible defensive backfield, an awful offensive line, and are thin all over their D’s front seven. If Christian Ponder’s ever going to succeed at QB, he needs someone protecting his blind side. Kalil’s the guy. | Watch highlights

4. Cleveland Browns: Trent Richardson, RB, Alabama

Unless Minnesota trades its pick to a quarterback-hungry team, I can see Cleveland going with Richardson, Ryan Tannehill, Morris Claiborne or Justin Blackmon with this selection. Watching Richardson’s film, I can tell you with no hesitation that he’s the highest-rated running back I’ve had on my Draft board since Adrian Peterson left Oklahoma in 2007. But is a running back worth the No. 4 overall pick? When undrafted Arian Foster can lead the league in rushing in 2010? It’s a question they’re going back and forth on in Cleveland this week. I think the Browns can build an offense around Richardson. | Watch highlights

5. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Morris Claiborne, CB, LSU

Claiborne got a 4 on his Wonderlic. So what? He’s a top-five talent and could go as high as No. 3 to Minnesota if the Vikings opt to keep the pick. Greg Schiano made a lot of headlines this week for the intensity of the Bucs’ voluntary workouts. That’s good. Did you watch Tampa’s D last season? Horrendous. They need that kind of intensity. They also need a young defensive back they can rely on. Claiborne’s a star. He’ll start right away for Schiano in 2011 and be a fixture for the next decade in Tampa’s defensive backfield. | Watch highlights

6. St. Louis Rams: (via trade with Washington) Justin Blackmon, WR, Oklahoma State

Someone I trust recently said Blackmon will be “something between Hakeem Nicks and T.O.” The Rams would sign up for that for the next 6-10 years, no? Though the offensive line was awful in 2011, Sam Bradford needs a young wide receiver to grow old with if he’s ever going to reach his full potential. Blackmon’s the guy at sixth overall. | Watch highlights

7. Jacksonville Jaguars: Michael Floyd, WR, Notre Dame

The Draft gets very interesting at No. 7. Last year’s first big shocker was at No. 6, when Cleveland traded its first-round selection to Atlanta (Julio Jones) for a bevy of later and future selections. Could Jacksonville trade out and load up on picks? It’s possible. Or, they can stick at 7. If they do, look for Floyd to be the pick. Floyd’s been a rising prospect since the Combine. He owns just about every Notre Dame receiving record and is a legitimate No. 1 target. I’m not giving up on Blaine Gabbert after one bad year. If he can’t succeed with the seventh overall pick as his top receiver, then there’s a problem. | Watch highlights

8. Miami Dolphins: Ryan Tannehill, QB, Texas A&M

I spoke with Tannehill for this piece last week, and think he’s the real deal. I’ve watched his tape, I grilled him on tough questions and I told him he’s being considered an NFL bust before he’s even been drafted. He handled it all in stride. I think he’s a future star in this league. And I think partnering him with Miami’s quarterbacks coach Mike Sherman — his head coach in college at Texas A&M — gives him a head start. I love this pick for the Dolphins. But then again, what do I know? I thought Cam Newton would be a star right away, too. | Watch highlights

9. Carolina Panthers: Fletcher Cox, DT/DE, Mississippi State

At the end of the college football season, I penciled Cox in as a second-round selection. Less than four months later, I’m sold on Cox as a top-10 pick. His draft stock is on fire after a huge week at the Combine and a sound Pro Day workout. A 6-5, 300-pound run stuffer who can play in either a 3-4 or a 4-3, he’s a young, versatile defensive lineman that could help Ron Rivera’s defense. Carolina needs to get better on D. I think Cox makes an immediate impact. | Watch highlights

10. Buffalo Bills: Cordy Glenn, OT, Georgia

Our first big surprise of the Seven-Round mock. I’ve got Glenn, a 6-6, 340-pound big body, going 10-15 slots higher than some other mock drafts and ending up as Buffalo’s offensive tackle. I’m excited about the defense. They Bills paid big bucks to bring in Mario Williams, they get a healthy Kyle Williams back, and 2011 first-round pick Marcell Dareus was just hitting his stride. I’m worried about the offensive line. The Bills may be “reaching” at 10th overall on a guy that many mock drafts have going in the late first round, but I like Glenn a bit more than Riley Reiff, and think his versatility — he started 32 games at guard and 18 at left tackle at Georgia — makes him very attractive to Buffalo at 10. | Watch highlights

11. Kansas City Chiefs: Dontari Poe, DT, Memphis

Defensive tackle is an area of need for Kansas City and the Chiefs are going to address the position at some point in the Draft. I’m not a huge Poe fan. I’ve watched his tape and have yet to be blown away by what I’ve seen. He was outplayed by smaller opponents at Memphis. That said, he’s a physical freak of nature and a Combine stud. If Scott Pioli and Co. think Romeo Crennel can get production out of him, there’s no reason he can’t be the next great 3-4 NT. From the get go, he’s an upgrade over Amon Gordon and Jerrell Powe — the top two NTs on the depth chart at the end of last season. | Watch highlights

12. Seattle Seahawks: Melvin Ingram, DE/LB, South Carolina

I look at Melvin Ingram and see the next Aldon Smith. That’s a good thing. In Pete Carroll’s 4-3, Ingram can line up at either OLB or defensive end and rush the quarterback. He was the star of Senior Bowl week down in Mobile and has impressed scouts in workouts and interviews. He’s a smart kid who can get to the quarterback. Great fit for Seattle. | Watch highlights

13. Arizona Cardinals: David DeCastro, G, Stanford

DeCastro’s my second-rated offensive lineman in the Draft, barely behind Kalil. Though Arizona has four of its five linemen locked up with contracts for at least the next four years, there’s room for improvement. The Cardinals signed guard Adam Snyder away from the 49ers with a $5 million bonus. I could see Ken Whisenhunt and Co. drafting DeCastro at guard, moving Snyder to right tackle, and filling out the offensive line that way. DeCastro’s a big, smart, mauling guard. Russ Grimm’s type of guy. | Watch highlights

14. Dallas Cowboys: Mark Barron, S, Alabama

The Brandon Carr signing makes for a tremendous upgrade at cornerback in Dallas, but there’s still plenty of room for improvement across the defensive backfield. Barron started 38 games for Nick Saban at Alabama and was the quarterback of college football’s best defense. He’s a surefire starter from Day One. In today’s pass-heavy NFL, a great safety goes a long way. Barron’s a great safety. | Watch highlights

15. Philadelphia Eagles: Michael Brockers, DT/DE, Philadelphia

Brockers is one of the more intriguing prospects in this draft class. Of the 32 teams in the league, roughly half of them have flown him in for private workouts. Teams want to see him in the flesh. After showing up at LSU three years ago as a 245-pound freshman, he’s become a 320-pound physical beast. Though his Combine workout far outshined his play on the field at LSU, he had his moments in his redshirt sophomore season in 2011. Brockers is a fascinating prospect who could end up being the best defensive player in the draft. Though defensive line isn’t their most pressing need, I can see Howie Roseman and Co. grabbing Brockers if he’s still on the board. | Watch highlights

16. New York Jets: Riley Reiff, OT, Iowa

The die-hard Jets fans in Radio City might not love this selection, but Reiff would be a great pickup for Gang Green at 16. He’s a right tackle that can play right away and would serve as an immediate upgrade to Wayne Hunter at the position. A three-time state champion wrestler in high school, he’s got a little more athletic ability than most pundits are giving him credit for. I’d love this pick for the Jets, even if the local fan base wants something a little flashier.

17. Cincinnati Bengals (via Oakland): Stephon Gilmore, CB, South Carolina

The same thing happens every time I pop in South Carolina tape to watch Alshon Jeffery or Melvin Ingram. I come away most impressed with cornerback Stephon Gilmore. He’s fast, smart and reliable. I’ve seen Gilmore going as high as No. 7 to Jacksonville and as low as the middle of the second round. Cincinnati at 17th overall makes a lot of sense. | Watch highlights

18. San Diego Chargers: Quinton Coples, DE, North Carolina

San Diego’s an interesting team to watch in Thursday’s first round. They don’t have dire needs at any one position, but they can upgrade all over the field outside of the quarterback position. Coples has been projected everywhere from the top 10 to a second-round selection. A big-time “potential” guy, he’s another player who pops on some film, but disappears in others. A.J. Smith and Co. like to roll the dice. | Watch highlights

19. Chicago Bears: Nick Perry, DE, USC

The Bears have been aggressive this off-season, trading a pair of third rounders for Brandon Marshall, locking up Eric Weems with a long-term deal and signing Devin Thomas away from the Giants. At the very least, they’ll have a nice special teams unit. The defensive line played poorly last season. Aside from Julius Peppers and breakout talent Henry Melton, there wasn’t much production out of Chicago’s front four. Perry had a big freshman year, a so-so sophomore year and a monster junior season. In 2011, he had 9.5 sacks, with five coming in his last four games. He’d be a welcomed addition to the Chicago D-Line. | Watch highlights

20. Tennessee Titans: Whitney Mercilus, DE, Illinois

Mercilus is an active body who can line up at DE and play right away. In 2011, he led the nation with 16.5 sacks, including a dominant three-sack effort against Indiana and a solid bowl game effort on national TV against UCLA. He’s a fearless pass rusher with big potential. A source of mine compared him to Dwight Freeney, and Mercilus is bigger than Freeney. High praise. Good fit for Tennessee at 20. | Watch highlights

21. Cincinnati Bengals: Luke Kuechly, LB, Boston College

Kuechly won the Butkus, Nagurski, Lombardi and Lott Impact Trophy awards last season and has more career tackles (532) than any other player in the draft. There were questions about his speed heading into the Combine, but he put those questions to rest with a blazing 4.5 40-yard dash. He’s been compared to Sean Lee, without the durability and injury issues. An added bonus? Kuechly’s a local guy, born and raised in Cincinnati.

22. Cleveland Browns (via Atlanta): Kendall Wright, WR, Baylor

The Browns go with a running back with the fourth overall selection and get another offensive weapon in Wright with the 22nd. Wright’s stock took a bit of a hit when he showed up to the Combine a bit heavier and slower than expected. I still see him going in the first round, and if he’s still around when Cleveland’s on the clock at 22, don’t expect the Browns to take the full 15 minutes. Most often compared to DeSean Jackson for his big-play ability, I’ve been hot on Wright since I saw him toe the sideline for 30 yards on a touchdown run vs. Kansas State. He’s a lightning bolt who possesses good hands and great route-running ability. He’s not built like a Calvin Johnson or a Larry Fitzgerald, but he’d be a great addition to Pat Shurmur’s West Coast offense. | Watch highlights

23. Detroit Lions: Dre Kirkpatrick, CB, Alabama

Kirkpatrick is the rare tall cornerback who can keep up with the game’s fastest receivers. I’ve heard some scouts say they see him fitting in better at safety at the next level, but I think he could be an elite cornerback. With guys like Calvin Johnson, Julio Jones, and A.J. Green catching passes, there’s nothing wrong with a big, 6-foot corner if he’s got the speed to keep up. I believe Kirkpatrick has that speed. Detroit needs a cornerback. Hell, they need two. Kirkpatrick’s a nice pickup at 23rd overall. | Watch highlights

24. Pittsburgh Steelers: Mike Adams, OT, Ohio State

I had Adams going in the top 10 a week ago, and that still might be the case. I love what I see of the guy on film. In this mock draft, Pittsburgh’s the spot. Gifted with the most “NFL-ready” body of any of the offensive tackles in this draft class, Adams is a 6-7, 323-pound mountain. He’s still a bit raw, but on film, seemed to handle J.J. Watt very well in 2010 and was always among the top offensive tackles in the Big Ten during his time at Ohio State. There’s off-the-field stuff, here. If he slips out of the first round, it’s more because of his red flags than his potential.

25. Denver Broncos: Devon Still, DT, Penn State

Still had a tremendous 2011 campaign, finishing the season as one of the lone bright spots around Penn State football. The 2011 Big Ten Defensive Player of the Year, Still had 17.5 tackles for a loss a season ago and has a frame that’s been compared to Ndamukong Suh’s. Denver has a host of young talent at LB and DE, but the DT spot is still a hole in the defense. Still could slide in and make an impact immediately. | Highlights

26. Houston Texans: Courtney Upshaw, DE/LB, Alabama

The Texans took defensive players with their first four draft selections a season ago. Two of them — J.J. Watt and Brooks Reed — played crucial roles in Houston earning its first-ever playoff berth. Mario Williams is gone, but the Texans did just fine without him down the stretch last season. There are areas where the Texans can beef up, but they’d be best served taking the best player available. That man is Upshaw, the star of last year’s BCS National Championship and a top-20 guy. If he slips to 26, he’d be a wonderful steal. | Watch highlights

27. New England Patriots (via New Orleans): Shea McClellin, LB, Boise State

McClellin’s another guy I have rising rapidly up my draft board. He wasn’t the biggest high school recruit and he was never the most heralded NFL prospect at Boise State, but his senior season was a monstrous one. He had 12.5 tackles for a loss, 7 sacks and contributed on 50 tackles. He’s an active defender who could either play the OLB in a 3-4 or a DE in a 4-3. He’s most often compared to Mike Vrabel. Belichick and Co. would sign up for that, no? | Watch highlights

28. Green Bay Packers: Jonathan Martin, OT, Stanford

With the news of Chad Clifton’s release, the offensive tackle spot becomes an area worth watching in Green Bay. As much as we’ve heard about the Packers needing to find a complementary pass rusher to Clay Matthews on the outside, I can’t see them passing on Martin if he slips all the way to 28th. A cerebral guy (Stanford-educated; his parents both went to Harvard), Martin’s got the NFL frame and good footwork. He needs to hit the weight room. Solid pickup this late in the first round. | Watch highlights

29. Baltimore Ravens: Dont’a Hightower, LB, Alabama

Hightower played both inside and outside linebacker at Alabama and was also used at DE in some sub-packages. Ray Lewis isn’t getting any younger and there still isn’t an eventual “replacement” in-house. Hightower may start out as an OLB, then move to MLB. Either way, he’s another great young addition to the D. Jimmy Smith, the pick from a year ago, showed flashes in his rookie season. Baltimore’s loading up for the eventual post-Lewis & Reed Era. Another reason to like Hightower to Baltimore? Ozzie Newsome’s a ‘Bama guy. | Watch highlights

30. San Francisco 49ers: Kevin Zeitler, G, Wisconsin

Though some scouts like his college teammate Peter Konz a bit more, I see Zeitler going in the first round to San Francisco. A 6-4, 315-pound mauler, Zeitler could play either guard or center at the next level. Wisconsin averaged a silly 237 rushing yards per game in 2011; Zeitler was a major reason why. San Francisco loves to ground and pound. It returns 11 starters on defense. That’s scary. Beefing up the offensive line with a surefire longtime starter like Zeitler is frightening as well.

31. New England Patriots: Janoris Jenkins, CB, North Alabama

Yes, there are some off-the-field concerns. And sure, the Patriots have taken cornerbacks in just about every draft from the past decade. But, the more and more I watch Jenkins on film, the more I think he won’t get out of the first round. Probably the most physical cover corner in this draft, Jenkins handled Julio Jones, A.J. Green, and Alshon Jeffery one-on-one two years ago at Florida. Whether it’s been Brandon Spikes or Aaron Hernandez, Bill Belichick has a history of drafting old Urban Meyer recruits. With two picks in the first round, he can roll the dice on Jenkins. | Watch highlights

32. New York Giants: Peter Konz, G/C, Wisconsin

Giants fans are well aware that Jerry Reese and Co. do not draft based on need. They take the best player on the board. In this case, Konz — the All-American center out of Wisconsin — is the guy. He’s 6-5, 315 pounds and can dominate at the line of scrimmage. Some scouts were alarmed by the fact he only benched 225 pounds 18 times, but he shows great footwork and strength on film. The Giants appear to be pretty set on their interior offensive line. That doesn’t matter. Konz, whether at guard or center, fits well in New York. | Watch highlights


33. St. Louis Rams: Jerel Worthy, DT, Michigan State | Highlights
34. Indianapolis Colts: Coby Fleener, TE, Stanford | Highlights
35. Minnesota Vikings: Trumaine Johnson, CB, Montana
36. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Lavonte David, LB, Nebraska | Highlights
37. Cleveland Browns: Brandon Weeden, QB, Oklahoma State | Highlights
38. Jacksonville Jaguars: Jared Crick, DE, Nebraska | Highlights
39. St. Louis Rams: Doug Martin, RB, Boise State | Highlights
40. Carolina Panthers: Rueben Randle, WR, LSU | Highlights
41. Buffalo Bills: Dwayne Allen, TE, Clemson | Highlights
42. Miami Dolphins: Stephen Hill, WR, Georgia Tech | Highlights
43. Seattle Seahawks: Amini Silatolu, G, Midwestern State
44. Kansas City Chiefs: Josh Robinson, CB, Central Florida
45. Dallas Cowboys: Chandler Jones, DE, Syracuse
46. Philadelphia Eagles: Mitchell Schwartz, OT, California | Highlights
47. New York Jets: Bruce Irvin, LB, West Virginia | Highlights
48. New England (from Oakland): Kendall Reyes, DT, Connecticut
49. San Diego Chargers: Brandon Brooks, G, Miami (Ohio)
50. Chicago Bears: Kelechi Osemele, OT/G, Iowa State
51. Philadelphia (from Arizona): Brock Osweiler, QB, Arizona State | Highlights
52. Tennessee Titans: Brandon Thompson, DT, Clemson | Highlights
53. Cincinnati Bengals: Bobby Massie, OT, Ole Miss
54. Detroit Lions: Matt McCants, OT, UAB
55. Atlanta Falcons: Vinny Curry, DE, Marshall | Highlights
56. Pittsburgh Steelers: Alameda Ta’amu, DT, Washington
57. Denver Broncos: Harrison Smith, S, Notre Dame
58. Houston Texans: Andre Branch, DE, Clemson | Highlights
59. Green Bay Packers: Kirk Cousins, QB, Michigan State | Highlights
60. Baltimore Ravens: Ben Jones, G/C, Georgia | Highlights
61. San Francisco 49ers: Brandon Boykin, CB, Georgia | Highlights
62. New England Patriots: Mohamed Sanu, WR, Rutgers | Highlights
63. New York Giants: Jayron Hosley, CB, Virginia Tech


64. Indianapolis Colts: Casey Hayward, CB, Vanderbilt | Highlights
65. St. Louis Rams: Jamell Fleming, CB, Oklahoma | Highlights
66. Minnesota Vikings: Mike Martin, DT, Michigan | Highlights
67. Cleveland Browns: Zach Brown, LB, North Carolina
68. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: David Wilson, RB, Virginia Tech
69. Washington Redskins: Donald Stephenson, OT, Oklahoma
70. Jacksonville Jaguars: Alfonzo Dennard, CB, Nebraska
71. Buffalo Bills: Jeff Allen, G, Illinois | Highlights
72. Miami Dolphins: Nate Potter, OT, Boise State | Highlights
73. Miami Dolphins (via Carolina via Chicago): Ronnell Lewis, LB, Oklahoma
74. Kansas City Chiefs: Brandon Washington, G, Miami
75. Seattle Seahawks: James Michael-Johnson, LB, Nevada
76. Houston Texans: Marvin Jones, WR, California | Highlights
77. New York Jets: Nick Toon, WR, Wisconsin
78. San Diego Chargers: George Iloka, S, Boise State | Highlights
79. Chicago Bears: Orson Charles, TE, Georgia | Highlights
80. Arizona Cardinals: Josh Chapman, DT, Alabama | Highlights
81. Dallas Cowboys: Brandon Mosley, OT, Auburn
82. Tennessee Titans: Josh Norman, CB, Coastal Carolina | Highlights
83. Cincinnati Bengals: Markelle Martin, S, Oklahoma State | Highlights
84. Atlanta Falcons: Mychal Kendricks, LB, California | Highlights
85. Detroit Lions: Levy Adcock, OT, Oklahoma State
86. Pittsburgh Steelers: Ladarius Green, TE, University of Louisiana-Lafayette
87. Denver Broncos: Dwight “Bill” Bentley, CB, University of Louisiana-Lafayette | Highlights
88. Philadelphia Eagles (via Houston): Cam Johnson, DE, Virginia
89. New Orleans Saints: Tony Bergstrom, G, Utah
90. Green Bay Packers: Omar Bolden, CB, Arizona State | Highlights
91. Baltimore Ravens: Andrew Datko, OT, Florida State
92. San Francisco 49ers: Chris Givens, WR, Wake Forest
93. New England Patriots: Tydreke Powell, DT/DE, North Carolina State
94. New York Giants: Zebrie Sanders, OT, Florida State
95. Oakland Raiders: Travis Lewis, LB, Oklahoma


96. St. Louis Rams: Lucas Nix, G, Pittsburgh
97. Indianapolis Colts: Chase Minnifield, CB, Virginia
98. Minnesota Vikings: Taylor Thompson, DE, SMU
99. Houston Texans: Markus Zusevics, OT, Iowa
100. Cleveland Browns: Michael Brewster, C/G, Ohio State
101. Jacksonville Jaguars: Nick Foles, QB, Arizona
102. Washington Redskins: Sean Spence, LB, Miami
103. Miami Dolphins: Jaye Howard, DT, Florida
104. Carolina Panthers: Keith Tandy, CB, Vanderbilt
105. Buffalo Bills: David Molk, C/G, Michigan
106. Seattle Seahawks: Keenan Robinson, LB, Texas | Highlights
107. Kansas City Chiefs: Isaiah Pead, RB, Cincinnati
108. Denver Broncos: Emmanuel Acho, LB, Texas | Highlights
109. Washington Redskins: Christian Thompson, S, South Carolina State
110. San Diego Chargers: Robert Turbin, RB, Utah State | Highlights
111. Chicago Bears: Derek Dennis, G, Temple
112. Arizona Cardinals: Alshon Jeffery, WR, South Carolina | Highlights
113. Dallas Cowboys: Demario Davis, LB, Arkansas State
114. Philadelphia Eagles: Joe Adams, WR, Arkansas | Highlights
115. Tennessee Titans: Brandon Taylor, S, FSU | Highlights
116. Cincinnati Bengals: Chris Polk, RB, Washington | Highlights
117. Detroit Lions: Audie Cole, LB, N.C. State
118. Cleveland Browns: Jerry Franklin, LB, Arkansas | Highlights
119. Pittsburgh Steelers: Shaun Prater, CB, Iowa | Highlights
120: Denver Broncos: Ryan Broyles, WR, Oklahoma | Highlights
121: Houston Texans: DaJohn Harris, DT, USC | Highlights
122: New Orleans Saints: Billy Winn, DT/DE, Boise State | Highlights
123: Green Bay Packers: Vontaze Burfict, LB, Arizona State | Highlights
124. Buffalo Bills: Nigel Bradham, LB, Florida State
125. San Francisco 49ers: Terrell Manning, LB, North Carolina State
126. New England Patriots: Jack Crawford, DE, Arkansas
127. New York Giants: Lamar Miller, RB, Miami
128. Minnesota Vikings: Trenton Robinson, S, Florida State | Highlights
129. Oakland Raiders: LaMichael James, RB, Oregon | Highlights
130. Baltimore Ravens: Donte Paige-Moss, DE, North Carolina
131. New York Giants: Marvin McNutt, WR, Iowa | Highlights
132. Green Bay Packers: Sammy Brown, LB, Houston
133. Green Bay Packers: Akiem Hicks, DT, University of Regina | Highlights
134. Minnesota Vikings: Al Netter, G, Northwestern
135. Dallas Cowboys: Dominique Hamilton, DT, Missouri


136. Indianapolis Colts: Kyle Wilber, LB, Wake Forest
137. Denver Broncos: Tony Dye, S, UCLA
138. Minnesota Vikings: Malik Jackson, DE, Tennessee
139. Cleveland Browns: James Brown, OT, Troy
140. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Bernard Pierce, RB, Temple | Highlights
141. Washington Redskins: Joe Looney, G, Wake Forest
142. Jacksonville Jaguars: Nate Stupar, LB, Penn State
143. Carolina Panthers: Michael Egnew, TE, Missouri | Highlights
144. Buffalo Bills: Kelcie McCray, S, Arkansas State
145. Miami Dolphins: DeAngelo Peterson, TE, LSU | Highlights
146. Kansas City Chiefs: Jarius Wright, WR, Arkansas | Highlights
147. Buffalo Bills: Tank Carder, LB, TCU
148. Oakland Raiders: Miles Burris, LB, San Diego State
149. San Diego Chargers: Jerrell Harris, LB, Alabama
150. Chicago Bears: Cyrus Gray, RB, Texas A&M | Highlights
151. Arizona Cardinals: Coryell Judie, CB, Texas A&M | Highlights
152. Dallas Cowboys: Micah Pellerin, CB, Hampton
153. Philadelphia Eagles: Janzen Jackson, S, McNeese State
154. New York Jets: Josh Kaddu, LB, Oregon | Highlights
155. Tennessee Titans: B.J. Cunningham, WR, Michigan State
156. Cincinnati Bengals: Jaymes Brooks, G, Virginia Tech
157. Atlanta Falcons: Chase Ford, TE, Miami
158. Detroit Lions: Bobby Wagner, LB, Utah State | Highlights
159. Pittsburgh Steelers: Chigbo Anunoby, DT, Moorehouse
160. Cleveland Browns: Robert Golden, CB, Arizona
161. Houston Texans: Aaron Henry, S, Wisconsin
162. New Orleans Saints: Marcus Fortson, DT, Miami
163. Green Bay Packers: Hebron Fangupo, DT, BYU
164. Baltimore Ravens: Antonio Allen, S, South Carolina | Highlights
165. San Francisco 49ers: Mike Harris, CB, Florida State
166. Cincinnati Bengals: Rennie Moore, DT, Clemson
167. Cincinnati Bengals: DeVier Posey, WR, Ohio State | Highlights
168. Oakland Raiders: Philip Blake, C, Baylor | Highlights
169. Baltimore Ravens: Asa Jackson, CB, Cal Poly | Highlights
170. Indianapolis Colts: Desmond Marrow, CB, Toledo


171. St. Louis Rams: Donnie Fletcher, CB, Boston College
172. Philadelphia Eagles: Brandon Lindsey, OLB, Pittsburgh
173. Washington Redskins: Ryan Steed, CB, Furman
174. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Juron Criner, WR, Arizona | Highlights
175. Minnesota Vikings: Shawn Loiseau, LB, Merrimack
176. Jacksonville Jaguars: James Carmon, OLB, Mississippi State
177. Arizona Cardinals: David Snow, C, Texas
178. Buffalo Bills: Tommy Streeter, WR, Miami
179. New Orleans Saints: Devon Wylie, WR, Fresno State
180. Carolina Panthers: Bradie Ewing, FB, Wisconsin
181. Seattle Seahawks: Matt Reynolds, OT, BYU
182: Kansas City Chiefs: William Vlachos, C, Alabama
183. San Diego Chargers: Justin Bethal, CB, Presbyterian
184: Chicago Bears: Derek Wolfe, DE, Cincinnati
185. Arizona Cardinals: James Hanna, TE, Oklahoma
186. Dallas Cowboys: Chris Marve, LB, Vanderbilt
187. New York Jets: Kheeston Randall, DT/DE, Texas | Highlights
188. Denver Broncos: Trevin Wade, CB, Arizona
189. Oakland Raiders: Leonard Johnson, CB, Iowa State
190. Tennessee Titans: Ryan Miller, OT, Colorado | Highlights
191. Cincinnati Bengals: Christo Bilukidi, DT, Old Dominion
192. Atlanta Falcons: B.J. Coleman, Tennessee-Chattanooga
193. Pittsburgh Steelers: Zach Nash, LB, Cal State Sacramento
194. Philadelphia Eagles: Cliff Harris, CB, Oregon | Highlights
195. Houston Texans: T.Y. Hilton, WR, Florida International
196. Miami Dolphins: Jacquies Smith, DE, Missouri | Highlights
197. Green Bay Packers: Adrian Hamilton, DE/LB, Prairie View
198. Baltimore Ravens: Terrance Ganaway, RB, Baylor | Highlights
199. San Francisco 49ers: Logan Harrell, DT, Fresno State
200. Philadelphia Eagles: A.J Jenkins, WR, Illinois
201: New York Giants: Chris Rainey, RB, Florida | Highlights
202: New York Jets: Brandon Hardin, S, Oregon State
203: New York Jets: DeQuan Menzie, CB, Alabama | Highlights
204: Cleveland Browns: DeAngelo Tyson, DT, Georgia
205. Cleveland Browns: Eric Page, WR, Toledo
206. Indianapolis Colts: Jeff Adams, OT, Columbia
207. Carolina Panthers: Matthew Masifilo, DT, Stanford


208. Indianapolis Colts: Dennis Kelly, OT, Purdue
209. St. Louis Rams: Charles Brown, CB, North Carolina
210. Minnesota Vikings: Jeremy Lane, CB, Northwestern State
211. Cleveland Browns: Jeff Fuller, WR, Texas A&M
212. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: D.J. Campbell, S, California
213. Washington Redskins: Greg Childs, WR, Arkansas
214. Indianapolis Colts: Ronnie Hillman, RB, San Diego State | Highlights
215. Miami Dolphins: A.J. Davis, CB, Jacksonville State
216. Carolina Panthers: Jonathan Massaquoi, LB, Troy
217. Buffalo Bills: Russell Wilson, QB, Wisconsin | Highlights
218. Kansas City Chiefs: Najee Goode, LB, West Virginia
219. Detroit Lions: Bryce Brown, RB, Kansas State
220. Chicago Bears: Josh Bellamy, CB, Louisville
221. Arizona Cardinals: Dustin Waldron, OT, Portland State
222. Dallas Cowboys: Tauren Poole, RB, Tennessee
223. Minnesota Vikings: Vick Ballard, RB, Mississippi State
224. Green Bay Packers: Alex Hoffman-Ellis, LB, Washington State
225. Seattle Seahawks: Kellen Moore, QB, Boise State
226. San Diego Chargers: Eddie Pleasant, S, Oregon
227. Tennessee Titans: Garth Gerhart, C, Arizona State
228. Jacksonville Jaguars: Senio Kelemete, OG, Washington
229. Atlanta Falcons: Desmond Wynn, G, Rutgers
230. Detroit Lions: Dwight Jones, WR, North Carolina
231. Pittsburgh Steelers: Brandon Kinnie, WR, Nebraska
232. New York Jets: Junior Hemingway, WR, Michigan
233. Houston Texans: Darron Thomas, QB/RB, Oregon
234: New Orleans Saints: John Cullen, G, Utah
235. Green Bay Packers: Bobby Rainey, RB, Western Kentucky
236. Baltimore Ravens: Jerrell Young, S, South Florida
237. San Francisco 49ers: Olivier Vernon, DE, Miami
238. Kansas City Chiefs: Aaron Corp, QB, Richmond
239. New York Giants: Kentrell Lockett, DE, Ole Miss
240. Pittsburgh Steelers: Buddy Jackson, CB, Pittsburgh
241: Green Bay Packers: Robert Blanton, CB, Notre Dame
242: New York Jets: Neiko Thorpe, S, Auburn
243. Green Bay Packers: Rodney Stewart, RB, Colorado
244: New York Jets: Landon Walker, OT, Clemson
245. Cleveland Browns: Evan Rodriguez, FB, Temple
246: Pittsburgh Steelers: Terrence Fredericks, CB, Texas A&M
247. Cleveland Browns: Justin Francis, DE, Rutgers
248. Pittsburgh Steelers: Edwin Baker, RB, Michigan State
249. Atlanta Falcons: Keshawn Martin, WR, Michigan State
250. San Diego Chargers: Ryan Lindley, QB, San Diego State | Highlights
251. Buffalo Bills: Kyle Nunn, OT, South Carolina
252: St. Louis Rams: Jarvis Jones, OT, Oklahoma
253. Indianapolis Colts: Dale Moss, WR, South Dakota State


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