2016 NFL mock draft: Rounds 1-7

Movie quote of the day:

“Aye, fight and you may die, run and you’ll live, at least a while.”

– William Wallace, “Braveheart” (1995)

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In honor of my 100th post to this blog and the fact that the NFL draft begins tonight, I decided to do my own seven-round mock draft. This has been one of the toughest to complete, and my brain is fried from draft coverage. I have all 253 selections, and incorporated all of the completed trades (with my luck there will probably be a big trade announced after I complete this). My head is killing me from all this draft coverage. So, I hope you enjoy this post.

In all seriousness, other than the Super Bowl, draft night is probably my favorite night of the sports calendar. I find the whole process fascinating. I love seeing which teams draft which players. I already have my Green Bay apparel on today and I’m ready to get this draft started. I can’t wait to crack open a beer later and watch it.

First round:

Rams

Cal QB Jared Goff.
Cal QB Jared Goff.

1. Los Angeles Rams (from Tennessee) – QB Jared Goff, Cal

6’4″ 215 pounds

Los Angeles desperately needs a quarterback. The Rams made the big move to get the top pick in the draft, and there’s no way that they moved up to not take a quarterback. I think Jared Goff has established himself as the best quarterback in this draft. Goff has the look of a Southern California guy (even though he’s from the San Francisco Bay Area). He’ll be a great fit in L.A.

Eagles

North Dakota State QB Carson Wentz.
North Dakota State QB Carson Wentz.

2. Philadelphia Eagles (from Cleveland) – QB Carson Wentz, North Dakota State

6’5″ 237 pounds

It was a little bit of a head-scratching move for the Eagles to move up to the No. 2 pick, but they need a quarterback too. Sam Bradford isn’t going to cut it. Philadelphia is in the same boat as L.A. There’s no way the Eagles moved up to the second pick to not draft a quarterback. Wentz is the best option for the Eagles with Goff off the board.

Chargers

Ole Miss OT Laremy Tunsil.
Ole Miss OT Laremy Tunsil.

3. San Diego Chargers – OT Laremy Tunsil, Ole Miss

6’5″ 310 pounds

San Diego must protect Philip Rivers. Since 2012, the Chargers’ offensive line has allowed Rivers to be sacked 155 times. That’s way too much for a quarterback of Rivers’ caliber. I believe Laremy Tunsil is the best offensive lineman in this draft. He’ll be able to protect Rivers’ blind side.

Cowboys

Florida State CB Jalen Ramsey.
Florida State CB Jalen Ramsey.

4. Dallas Cowboys – CB Jalen Ramsey, Florida State

6’1″ 209 pounds

This is a tough selection to decide. At the end of the day, Dallas’ secondary is subpar. A lot of draft analysts believe that Jalen Ramsey is the best player on the board. I don’t think Dallas can afford to pass on a player like Ramsey.

Jaguars

UCLA LB Myles Jack.
UCLA LB Myles Jack.

5. Jacksonville Jaguars – LB Myles Jack, UCLA

6’1″ 245 pounds

This will be gut-wrenching for Jacksonville. The Jaguars need help in the secondary and Ramsey will be a future All-Pro player. With him gone, the Jaguars need to take Myles Jack. Without Paul Posluszny, the Jaguars would be below average at linebacker. So, taking Jack fills a need.

Ravens

Ohio State DE Joey Bosa.
Ohio State DE Joey Bosa.

6. Baltimore Ravens – EDGE Joey Bosa, Ohio State

6’5″ 269 pounds

Baltimore needs to be thinking about the future with its pass rushers. Elvis Dumervil and Terrell Suggs are going to be a combined 66 years old this year. It’s only a matter of time before either retires. Bosa is the best edge rusher in this draft. He’ll bring some youth to the Ravens’ defense and will be the future replacement for either Suggs or Dumervil.

49ers

Oregon DT DeForest Buckner.
Oregon DT DeForest Buckner.

7. San Francisco 49ers – DT DeForest Buckner, Oregon

6’7″ 291 pounds

DeForest Buckner is the best player available for San Francisco. Buckner is a top-five talent and will be a playmaker in the NFL. He’s a natural 3-4 defensive end, and will fill a need on the defensive line for the 49ers. Buckner and Arik Armstead will be a future dynamic duo. Both will be tough for opposing teams to block.

Browns

Notre Dame OT Ronnie Stanley.
Notre Dame OT Ronnie Stanley.

8. Cleveland Browns (from Miami via Philadelphia) – OT Ronnie Stanley, Notre Dame

6’6″ 312 pounds

Cleveland has a hole on the right side of its offensive line. Plus, Joe Thomas is turning 32 this year. Before long, the Browns will have two holes at the offensive tackle position. The Browns need to draft Ronnie Stanley and have him play on the right side of the offensive line. Then, move him to left tackle after Thomas moves on from Cleveland.

Bucs

Clemson DE Shaq Lawson.
Clemson DE Shaq Lawson.

9. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – EDGE Shaq Lawson, Clemson

6’3″ 269

Tampa Bay needs to be able to get after the quarterback. The Buccaneers were slightly above average last year, ranking No. 14 in the league but the defensive line still needs improvement. Shaq Lawson was a beast for Clemson in 2015, tallying 12 sacks. Having Lawson on the edge, and Gerald McCoy in the middle, will be a force to be reckoned with in Tampa.

Giants

Michigan State OT Jack Conklin.
Michigan State OT Jack Conklin.

10. New York Giants – OT Jack Conklin, Michigan State

6’6″ 308 pounds

The Giants released their starting left tackle, Will Beatty, in the offseason. They drafted Ereck Flowers last year, but he’s not the future left tackle for them. There’s been a lot of chatter about Jack Conklin rising on the draft board, and many teams see him as a top-10 pick. I think Conklin could play left tackle, and the Giants will have some solid bookends with him and Flowers.

Bears

Georgia OLB Leonard Floyd.
Georgia OLB Leonard Floyd.

11. Chicago Bears – EDGE Leonard Floyd, Georgia

6’6″ 244 pounds

In a division with Aaron Rodgers, Matt Stafford, and Teddy Bridgewater, you need to be able to get after the quarterback. Chicago needs more edge rushers to pair with Pernell McPhee. Leonard Floyd didn’t have great production in college, but he has the ability.

Saints

Florida CB Vernon Hargreaves III.
Florida CB Vernon Hargreaves III.

12. New Orleans Saints – CB Vernon Hargreaves III, Florida

5’10” 204 pounds

New Orleans needs to pick the highest-ranked defensive player. Right now, it’s Vernon Hargreaves III. He fills a need for the Saints. New Orleans needs more playmakers at cornerback other than Delvin Breaux. Hargreaves III has been considered a top-10 talent.

Dolphins

Ohio State RB Ezekiel Elliott.
Ohio State RB Ezekiel Elliott.

13. Miami Dolphins (from Philadelphia) – RB Ezekiel Elliott, Ohio State

6’0″ 225 pounds

Lamar Miller left Miami for Houston during free agency. The Dolphins need a running back. Ezekiel Elliott is the man to replace him. Elliott is the best running back in this class, and a very versatile player. He’ll be a great fit in Miami’s offense, and will help take the pressure off Ryan Tannehill.

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Ole Miss DT Robert Nkemdiche.
Ole Miss DT Robert Nkemdiche.

14. Oakland Raiders – DT Robert Nkemdiche, Ole Miss

6’3″ 294 pounds

Oakland could use more playmakers on the defensive line. This seems like a great fit for both teams. Robert Nkemdiche has some question marks about his personal life, but the fact is that he can play. Oakland is almost always willing to take players with a questionable personal life. With Nkemdiche, the Raiders should have one of the best defenses in the league.

Titans

Ohio State OT Taylor Decker.
Ohio State OT Taylor Decker.

15. Tennessee Titans (from Los Angeles) – OT Taylor Decker, Ohio State

6’7″ 310 pounds

Even though Tennessee traded back, I think its draft goal needs to be the same: Protect Marcus Mariota. I’m a believer in protecting your investment. Mariota was sacked too much last year, and he didn’t even play a full season. With Decker and Taylor Lewan, the Titans will have a solid foundation on the offensive line.

Lions

Ole Miss WR Laquon Treadwell.
Ole Miss WR Laquon Treadwell.

16. Detroit Lions – WR Laquon Treadwell, Ole Miss

6’2″ 221 pounds

Calvin Johnson retired in the offseason and Detroit must find a way to replace his production. Neither Golden Tate or Marvin Jones are going to be No. 1 receivers. Laquon Treadwell is the best wide receiver in this class. He’s a big-body outside receiver that should be a good replacement for Johnson for the Lions.

Falcons

Ohio State LB Darron Lee.
Ohio State LB Darron Lee.

17. Atlanta Falcons – LB Darron Lee, Ohio State

6’1″ 232 pounds

The top need for Atlanta is pass rusher, but it’s a little early to take one at this spot. The next need is to improve its linebacker unit. Darron Lee had a great combine where he showed off his athleticism. He’s not a pure pass rusher but he’s fast enough to help apply pressure. I don’t think the Falcons can pass on him.

Colts

Alabama DT A'Shawn Robinson.
Alabama DT A’Shawn Robinson.

18. Indianapolis Colts – DT A’Shawn Robinson, Alabama

6’4″ 307 pounds

If you’ve read my other mock drafts, you’ll know I’ve preached for Indianapolis to draft an offensive lineman with this pick. Well, with the rise of Conklin, it’s now a little early for the Colts to take one. Since 2008, the Colts have struggled to stop the run. They need more big bodies on the defensive line. A’Shawn Robinson will help solidify the Colts’ run defense.

Bills

Louisville DT Sheldon Rankins.
Louisville DT Sheldon Rankins.

19. Buffalo Bills – DT Sheldon Rankins, Louisville

6’1″ 299 pounds

Buffalo is still trying to make its transition into Rex Ryan’s 3-4 defense. Also, Kyle Williams turns 33 this year and the Bills need to think about finding his replacement. With Marcell Dareus and Sheldon Rankins, the Bills will have two solid defensive linemen for the next few years. Both will cause damage in opponent’s backfield.

Jets

Memphis QB Paxton Lynch.
Memphis QB Paxton Lynch.

20. New York Jets – QB Paxton Lynch, Memphis

6’7″ 244 pounds

It doesn’t appear the Jets are going to bring back Ryan Fitzpatrick. I don’t think the organization thinks Geno Smith or Bryce Petty is the answer to the Jets’ quarterback problem. If that’s the case, the Jets can’t afford to pass on Paxton Lynch. He’s a better option than both Smith and Petty.

Redskins

Alabama DT Jarran Reed.
Alabama DT Jarran Reed.

21. Washington Redskins – DT Jarran Reed, Alabama

6’3″ 307 pounds

Washington needs help on the defensive line with Terrance Knighton gone. The Redskins ranked No. 26 in run defense last year. They lack playmakers on a unit that was one of the league’s worst. Jarran Reed is one of the best run-stoppers in this draft. Washington needs a player like him.

Texans

TCU WR Josh Doctson.
TCU WR Josh Doctson.

22. Houston Texans – WR Josh Doctson, TCU

6’2″ 202 pounds

Houston brought in Brock Osweiler to be its franchise quarterback. He walks into an offense with All-Pro wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins, but teams have to have more than one quality receiver in today’s NFL. Josh Doctson will be able to make plays as an outside receiver and will take attention away from Hopkins.

Vikings

Ohio State WR Michael Thomas.
Ohio State WR Michael Thomas.

23. Minnesota Vikings – WR Michael Thomas, Ohio State

6’3″ 212 pounds

If Minnesota is going to continue to compete with Aaron Rodgers for a division title, they need more receivers and make Teddy Bridgewater throw the ball down the field. Short passes aren’t going to cut it. Michael Thomas is another big-body receiver and will be a difference maker for the Vikings. With him on the outside, and Stefan Diggs in the slot, will help Bridgewater’s development.

Bengals

Baylor WR Corey Coleman.
Baylor WR Corey Coleman.

24. Cincinnati Bengals – WR Corey Coleman, Baylor

5’11” 194 pounds

Cincinnati still has A.J. Green, but the Bengals lost Marvin Jones and Mohamed Sanu during free agency. Baylor has produced a lot of quality receivers and Coleman is one of the best to come out of Waco. He has blazing speed and he’ll torch defenses from the slot. He’ll also be able to take the attention away from Green.

Steelers

West Virginia SS Karl Joseph.
West Virginia SS Karl Joseph.

25. Pittsburgh Steelers – SS Karl Joseph, West Virginia

5’10” 205 pounds

Pittsburgh needs help in its secondary. The Steelers struggled to replace Troy Polamalu last year. I think Karl Joseph is the closest thing to Polamalu in recent years. He’s a true strong safety that isn’t afraid to line up in the box, but he’s a versatile player. He can line up at free safety and slot cornerback. He’ll be a great fit in Pittsburgh.

Seahawks

Alabama C Ryan Kelly.
Alabama C Ryan Kelly.

26. Seattle Seahawks – C Ryan Kelly, Alabama

6’4″ 311 pounds

Seattle’s offensive line was suspect in 2015. The unit struggled to keep Russell Wilson upright. The Seahawks have three centers on their roster, but none are as good as Ryan Kelly. I think Kelly is the best center to come out of the draft for some time. He’ll improve the interior of Seattle’s offensive line.

Packers

Alabama LB Reggie Ragland.
Alabama LB Reggie Ragland.

27. Green Bay Packers – LB Reggie Ragland, Alabama

6’1″ 247 pounds

Green Bay has struggled to stop the run in recent years. I think Sam Barrington and Jake Ryan have bright futures at inside linebacker for the Packers, but they’re not the solution. Reggie Ragland is the type of player the Packers have been lacking. He’s a great fit at inside linebacker and will be a force in the middle of Green Bay’s defense.

Chiefs

Houston CB William Jackson III.
Houston CB William Jackson III.

28. Kansas City Chiefs – CB William Jackson III, Houston

6’0″ 189 pounds

Kansas City needs someone else in the secondary other than Marcus Peters. Sean Smith left for Oakland during free agency and now the unit lacks playmakers. There’s been talk that William Jackson III could be the second cornerback taken this draft. He’s a solid player and he’ll make a great pair with Peters.

Patriots

N/A. New England Patriots – Forfeit first-round pick due to Deflategate scandal.

Cardinals

Baylor DT Andrew Billings.
Baylor DT Andrew Billings.

29. Arizona Cardinals – DT Andrew Billings, Baylor

6’1″ 311 pounds

Arizona was one of the league’s top run defenses last year, but the Cardinals could use more help on the defensive front. The Cardinals need another player to play opposite of Calais Campbell, and take the attention away from him. Andrew Billings was one of the best run-stoppers in college. With him, the Cardinals’ front seven gets a lot better.

Panthers

Ohio State CB Eli Apple.
Ohio State CB Eli Apple.

30. Carolina Panthers – CB Eli Apple, Ohio State

6’1″ 199 pounds

Carolina rescinded Josh Norman’s franchise tag last week. The organization was unable to re-sign the All-Pro cornerback and he left for Washington. Now, that leaves huge hole in the Panthers’ secondary. Carolina must draft a cornerback at this spot to try to replace Norman’s production. Eli Apple is a big, physical cornerback which is very popular in today’s NFL.

Broncos

Kansas State OG Cody Whitehair.
Kansas State OG Cody Whitehair.

31. Denver Broncos – OG Cody Whitehair, Kansas State

6’4″ 301 pounds

Denver had one of the league’s worst offensive lines last year. If Denver is going to move forward with Mark Sanchez as its starting quarterback, they need to give him as much help as possible. Cody Whitehair is a versatile player that can probably play anywhere on the offensive line.

Second round:

32. Cleveland Browns – QB Connor Cook, Michigan State

33. Tennessee Titans – CB Mackensie Alexander, Clemson

34. Dallas Cowboys – EDGE Noah Spence, Eastern Kentucky

35. San Diego Chargers – DT Chris Jones, Mississippi State

36. Baltimore Ravens – WR Will Fuller, Notre Dame

37. San Francisco 49ers – EDGE Kevin Dodd, Clemson

38. Jacksonville Jaguars – CB Artie Burns, Miami (Fla.)

39. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – CB Xavien Howard, Baylor

40. New York Giants – SS Keanu Neal, Florida

41. Chicago Bears – DT Vernon Butler, Louisiana Tech

42. Miami Dolphins – CB Kendall Fuller, Virginia Tech

43. Tennessee Titans (from Philadelphia via Los Angeles) – EDGE Kamalei Correa, Boise State

44. Oakland Raiders – FS Vonn Bell, Ohio State

45. Tennessee Titans (from Los Angeles) – WR Sterling Shepard, Oklahoma

46. Detroit Lions – DL Jihad Ward, Illinois

47. New Orleans Saints – LB Jaylon Smith, Notre Dame

48. Indianapolis Colts – OT Germain Ifedi, Texas A&M

49. Buffalo Bills – QB Christian Hackenberg, Penn State

50. Atlanta Falcons – TE Hunter Henry, Arkansas

51. New York Jets – EDGE Emmanuel Ogbah, Oklahoma State

52. Houston Texans – OG Joshua Garnett, Stanford

53. Washington Redskins – RB Kenneth Dixon, Louisiana Tech

54. Minnesota Vikings – LB Su’a Cravens, USC

55. Cincinnati Bengals – FS T.J. Green, Clemson

56. Seattle Seahawks – DT Maliek Collins, Nebraska

57. Green Bay Packers – DT Kenny Clark, UCLA

58. Pittsburgh Steelers – CB KeiVarae Russell, Notre Dame

59. Kansas City Chiefs – OG Christian Westerman, Arizona State

60. New England Patriots – WR Tyler Boyd, Pitt

61. New England Patriots (from Arizona) – OT Shon Coleman, Auburn

62. Carolina Panthers – EDGE Shilique Calhoun, Michigan State

63. Denver Broncos – DT Jonathan Bullard, Florida

Third round:

64. Tennessee Titans – FS Darian Thompson, Boise State

65. Cleveland Browns – WR Braxton Miller, Ohio State

66. San Diego Chargers – FS Jalen Mills, LSU

67. Dallas Cowboys – RB Derrick Henry, Alabama

68. San Francisco 49ers – WR Charone Peake, Clemson

69. Jacksonville Jaguars – C Isaac Seumalo, Oregon State

70. Baltimore Ravens – CB Harlan Miller, Southeastern Louisiana

71. New York Giants – RB Paul Perkins, UCLA

72. Chicago Bears – OT Jerald Hawkins, LSU

73. Miami Dolphins – LB Joshua Perry, Ohio State

74. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – OG Rees Odhiambo, Boise State

75. Oakland Raiders – CB Zack Sanchez, Oklahoma

76. Tennessee Titans (from Los Angeles) – OG Landon Turner, North Carolina

77. Cleveland Browns (from Detroit via Philadelphia) – RB Jordan Howard, Indiana

78. New Orleans Saints – WR Leonte Carroo, Rutgers

79. Philadelphia Eagles – CB Rashard Robinson, LSU

80. Buffalo Bills – OT Jason Spriggs, Indiana

81. Atlanta Falcons – DT Willie Henry, Michigan

82. Indianapolis Colts – EDGE Jordan Jenkins, Georgia

83.New York Jets – WR Pharoh Cooper, South Carolina

84. Washington Redskins – C Nick Martin, Notre Dame

85. Houston Texans – TE Tyler Higbee, Western Kentucky

86. Minnesota Vikings – SS Miles Killebrew, Southern Utah

87. Cincinnati Bengals – DT Hassan Ridgeway, Texas

88. Green Bay Packers – EDGE Yannick Ngakoue, Maryland

89. Pittsburgh Steelers – DT Austin Johnson, Penn State

90. Seattle Seahawks – OT Le’Raven Clark, Texas Tech

N/A. Kansas City Chiefs – Forfeit third-round pick for violating anti-tampering policy.

91. New England Patriots – RB Devontae Booker, Utah

92. Arizona Cardinals – TE Austin Hooper, Stanford

93. Carolina Panthers – SS Jeremy Cash, Duke

94. Denver Broncos – TE Nick Vannett, Ohio State

95. Detroit Lions (compensatory pick) – OT Alex Lewis, Nebraska

96. New England Patriots (compensatory pick) – CB James Bradberry, Samford

97. Seattle Seahawks (compensatory pick) – RB Alex Collins, Arkansas

98. Denver Broncos (compensatory pick) – QB Dak Prescott, Mississippi State

Fourth round:

99. Cleveland Browns – DT Adolphus Washington, Ohio State

100. Cleveland Browns (from Tennessee via Philadelphia) – EDGE Carl Nassib, Penn State

101. Dallas Cowboys – DT Sheldon Day, Notre Dame

102. San Diego Chargers – LB Nick Kwiatkoski, West Virginia

103. Jacksonville Jaguars – OT Joel Haeg, North Dakota State

104. Baltimore Ravens – DL Bronson Kaufusi, BYU

105. San Francisco 49ers – OG Joe Dahl, Washington State

106. Chicago Bears – CB Will Redmond, Mississippi State

107. Miami Dolphins – OG Parker Ehringer, Cincinnati

108. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – FS DeAndre Houston-Carson, William & Mary

109. New York Giants – WR Demarcus Robinson, Florida

110. Los Angeles Rams – WR Hunter Sharp, Utah State

111. Detroit Lions – RB C.J. Prosise, Notre Dame

112. New Orleans Saints – OG Darrell Greene, San Diego State

113. Los Angeles Rams (from Philadelphia via Tennessee) – TE Jerrell Adams, South Carolina

114. Oakland Raiders – LB Kentrell Brothers, Missouri

115. Atlanta Falcons – SS Jayron Kearse, Clemson

116. Indianapolis Colts – CB Eric Murray, Minnesota

117. Buffalo Bills – WR Jalin Marshall, Ohio State

118. New York Jets – OT Caleb Benenoch, UCLA

119. Houston Texans – EDGE Aaron Wallace, UCLA

120. Washington Redskins – FS Sean Davis, Maryland

121. Minnesota Vikings – C Evan Boehm, Missouri

122. Cincinnati Bengals – OG Connor McGovern, Missouri

123. Pittsburgh Steelers – OT Willie Beavers, Western Michigan

124. Seattle Seahawks – CB D.J. White, Georgia Tech

125. Green Bay Packers – TE Ben Braunecker, Harvard

126. Kansas City Chiefs – EDGE Charles Tapper, Oklahoma

127. Chicago Bears (from New England) – WR Rashard Higgins, Colorado State

128. Arizona Cardinals – SS Jatavis Brown, Akron

129. Carolina Panthers – RB Jonathan Williams, Arkansas

130. Baltimore Ravens (from Denver) – RB Kelvin Taylor, Florida

131. Green Bay Packers (compensatory pick) – DT D.J. Reader, Clemson

132. Baltimore Ravens (compensatory pick) – OG Sebastian Tretola, Arkansas

133. San Francisco 49ers (compensatory pick) – CB Cyrus Jones, Alabama

134. Baltimore Ravens (compensatory pick) – EDGE James Cowser, Southern Utah

135. Dallas Cowboys (compensatory pick) – QB Brandon Allen, Arkansas

136. Denver Broncos (compensatory pick) – LB Tyler Matakevich, Temple

137. Green Bay Packers (compensatory pick) – RB Kenyan Drake, Alabama

138. Cleveland Browns (compensatory pick) – FS Deiondre’ Hall, Northern Iowa

139. Buffalo Bills (compensatory pick) – OG Dominick Jackson, Alabama

Fifth round:

140. Tennessee Titans – DT Ronald Blair, Appalachian State

141. Cleveland Browns – WR Kenny Lawler, Cal

142. San Francisco 49ers (from San Diego) – LB Deion Jones, LSU

143. Oakland Raiders (from Dallas) – OT Dominique Robertson, West Georgia

144. Denver Broncos (from Baltimore) – WR Cayleb Jones, Arizona

145. San Francisco 49ers – OT John Theus, Georgia

146. Jacksonville Jaguars – EDGE Matt Judon, Grand Valley State

147. Miami Dolphins – EDGE Jason Fanaika, Utah

148. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – WR Tajae Sharpe, Massachusetts

149. New York Giants – LB Scooby Wright, Arizona

150. Chicago Bears – TE Thomas Duarte, UCLA

151. Detroit Lions – EDGE Kyler Fackrell, Utah State

152. New Orleans Saints – FS Tyvis Powell, Ohio State

153. Philadelphia Eagles – EDGE Victor Ochi, Stony Brook

154. Oakland Raiders – C Max Tuerk, USC

N/A. Los Angeles Rams – Forfeit pick for making a selection in the supplemental draft.

155. Indianapolis Colts – C Jack Allen, Michigan State

156. Buffalo Bills – LB B.J. Goodson, Clemson

N/A. Atlanta Falcons – Forfeit pick for piping artificial crowd noise in the Georgia Dome.

157. Denver Broncos (from New York Jets) – RB Keith Marshall, Georgia

158. Washington Redskins – CB Maurice Canady, Virginia

159. Houston Texans – RB Daniel Lasco, Cal

160. Minnesota Vikings – TE Devon Cajuste, Stanford

161. Cincinnati Bengals – WR Aaron Burbridge, Michigan State

162. Kansas City Chiefs (from Seattle) – DT Javon Hargrave, South Carolina

163. Green Bay Packers – WR Malcolm Mitchell, Georgia

164. Philadelphia Eagles (from Pittsburgh) – OG Vadal Alexander, LSU

165. Kansas City Chiefs – CB Justin Burris, N.C. State

166. Houston Texans (from New England) – DT Matt Ioannidis, Temple

167. Arizona Cardinals – QB Cardale Jones, Ohio State

168. Carolina Panthers – OT Tyler Johnstone, Oregon

169. Detroit Lions (from Denver) – SS Kevin Byard, Middle Tennessee State

170. Arizona Cardinals (compensatory pick) – CB Tavon Young, Temple

171. Seattle Seahawks (compensatory pick) – WR Ricardo Louis, Auburn

172. Cleveland Browns (compensatory pick) – QB Jacoby Brissett, N.C. State

173. Cleveland Browns (compensatory pick) – CB Daryl Worley, West Virginia

174. San Francisco 49ers (compensatory pick) – QB Cody Kessler, USC

175. San Diego Chargers (compensatory pick) – EDGE D.J. Pettway, Alabama

Sixth round:

176. Cleveland Browns – C Graham Glasgow, Michigan

177. Los Angeles Rams (from Tennessee) – LB Dadi Nicolas, Virginia Tech

178. San Francisco 49ers (from Dallas) – WR Daniel Braverman, Western Michigan

179. San Diego Chargers – TE Rico Gathers, Baylor

180. Minnesota Vikings (from San Francisco) – WR Nelson Spruce, Colorado

181. Jacksonville Jaguars – K Roberto Aguayo, Florida State

182. Baltimore Ravens – SS K.J. Dillon, West Virginia

183. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – OT Brandon Shell, South Carolina

184. New York Giants – DT Adam Gotsis, Georgia Tech

185. Chicago Bears – LB Joe Schobert, Wisconsin

186. Miami Dolphins – TE Beau Sandland, Montana State

187. Washington Redskins (from New Orleans) – LB Dominique Alexander, Oklahoma

188. Philadelphia Eagles – WR Keyarris Garrett, Tulsa

189. Dallas Cowboys (from Oakland) – FS Justin Simmons, Boston College

190. Los Angeles Rams – EDGE Theiren Cochran, Minnesota

191. Detroit Lions – CB LeShaun Sims, Southern Utah

192. Buffalo Bills – DL Lawrence Thomas, Michigan State

193. Tennessee Titans (from Atlanta) – CB Josh Atkinson, Azusa Pacific

194. Oakland Raiders (from Indianapolis) – WR Jay Lee, Baylor

195. Houston Texans (from New York Jets) – OT Fahn Cooper, Ole Miss

196. New England Patriots (from Houston) – DT Vincent Valentine, Nebraska

197. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (from Washington) – CB Jonathan Jones, Auburn

198. San Diego Chargers (from Minnesota) – C Matt Skura, Duke

199. Cincinnati Bengals – EDGE Brennan Scarlett, Stanford

200. Green Bay Packers – OT Leonard Wester, Missouri Western State

201. Jacksonville Jaguars (from Pittsburgh) – DT Darius Latham, Indiana

202. Detroit Lions (from Seattle) – DL Anthony Zettel, Penn State

203. Kansas City Chiefs – WR Cody Core, Ole Miss

204. New England Patriots (from New England via Chicago) – RB Wendell Smallwood, West Virginia

205. Arizona Cardinals – LB Terrance Smith, Florida State

206. Chicago Bears (from Carolina) – OG Spencer Drango, Baylor

207. San Francisco 49ers (from Denver) – RB Tyler Ervin, San Jose State

208. New England Patriots (compensatory pick) – FB Glenn Gronkowski, Kansas State

209. Baltimore Ravens (compensatory pick) – LB Cassanova McKinzy, Auburn

210. Detroit Lions (compensatory pick) – LB Travis Feeney, Washington

211. San Francisco 49ers (compensatory pick) – P Drew Kaser, Texas A&M

212. Dallas Cowboys (compensatory pick) – LB Eric Striker, Oklahoma

213. San Francisco 49ers (compensatory pick) – CB Briean Boddy-Calhoun, Minnesota

214. New England Patriots (compensatory pick) – QB Kevin Hogan, Stanford

215. Seattle Seahawks (compensatory pick) – FB Dan Vitale, Northwestern

216. Dallas Cowboys (compensatory pick) – CB Kevin Peterson, Oklahoma State

217. Dallas Cowboys (compensatory pick) – WR Chris Moore, Cincinnati

218. Buffalo Bills (compensatory pick) – EDGE De’Vondre Campbell, Minnesota

219. Denver Broncos (compensatory pick) – FB Derek Watt, Wisconsin

220. Pittsburgh Steelers (compensatory pick) – RB Darius Jackson, Eastern Michigan

221. New England Patriots (compensatory pick) – CB Donte Deayon, Boise State

Seventh round:

222. Tennessee Titans – EDGE Jonathan Woodard, Central Arkansas

223. Cleveland Browns – SS Elijah Shumate, Notre Dame

224. San Diego Chargers – QB Jeff Driskel, Louisiana Tech

225. Seattle Seahawks (from Dallas) – EDGE Romeo Okwara, Notre Dame

226. Jacksonville Jaguars – WR D.J. Foster, Arizona State

227. Miami Dolphins (from Baltimore) – C Cole Toner, Harvard

228. Denver Broncos (from San Francisco) – QB Nate Sudfield, Indiana

229. Pittsburgh Steelers (from New York Giants) – EDGE Ron Thompson, Syracuse

230. Chicago Bears – SS Deon Bush, Miami (Fla.)

231. Miami Dolphins – LB Blake Martinez, Stanford

232. Washington Redskins (from Tampa Bay) – DT Quinton Jefferson, Maryland

233. Philadelphia Eagles – P Riley Dixon, Syracuse

234. Oakland Raiders – CB Ryan Smith, North Carolina Central

235. New York Jets (from Los Angeles via Houston and Denver) – WR Jordan Payton, UCLA

236. Detroit Lions – DT Dean Lowry, Northwestern

237. New Orleans Saints – K Brad Craddock, Maryland

238. Atlanta Falcons – K Zach Matics, Appalachian State

239. Indianapolis Colts – DT Joel Heath, Michigan State

240. Minnesota Vikings (from Buffalo) – WR Paul McRoberts, Southeast Missouri State

241. New York Jets – RB Josh Ferguson, Illinois

242. Washington Redskins – WR Robby Anderson, Temple

243. New England Patriots (from Houston) – OG Avery Young, Auburn

244. Minnesota Vikings – CB Kevon Seymour, USC

245. Cincinnati Bengals – DL Shawn Oakman, Baylor

246. Pittsburgh Steelers – CB Anthony Brown, Purdue

247. Seattle Seahawks – WR Marquez North, Tennessee

248. Green Bay Packers – EDGE Stephen Weatherly, Vanderbilt

249. Kansas City Chiefs – OG Joe Thuney, N.C. State

250. New England Patriots – WR Moritz Boehringer, Germany

251. Philadelphia Eagles (from Arizona) – LB Nick Vigil, Utah State

252. Carolina Panthers – DT Cory Johnson, Kentucky

253. Denver Broncos – OG Denver Kirkland, Arkansas

Thanks for reading

Shane Price
Follow me on Twitter – @priceisright53

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