Every other mock draft I write features projections of what I think the NFL teams might do in the given situations. Not this time.
In this full 7-rounder, I lay out what choices I would make as the GM on the clock with every pick. This will look nothing like what actually takes place on April 26-28. I’ll reiterate: this is not a predictive mock. If you interpret or represent it as such, you will be publicly flogged on various social media accounts.
1. Cleveland Browns: Baker Mayfield, QB, Oklahoma. I laid out my case on why I prefer Mayfield, who is not my top QB, as the No. 1 pick on Browns Wire,
"No other quarterback has the mindset and breadth of personal accomplishment which qualifies him for the unique challenge that is being the next name on the infamous Browns QB jersey. He’s overcome massive challenges in the past, from being a walk-on to being a transfer into a program which expects to make CFB Playoff berths every year. He thrived under the pressure, almost reveling in it."
That’s the guy who can make it work in Cleveland. Mayfield is not for everyone, but in the right spot he can be Drew Brees with mobility.
2. New York Giants: Quenton Nelson, OG, Notre Dame. I might be crazy, but I don’t think Eli Manning is done just yet. Building up the team around Eli brings the added benefit of making the team that much better when he is done and his successor steps in. Nelson is the best player in this draft regardless of position and helps shore up the biggest weak point on either New York City team.
3. New York Jets: Josh Rosen, QB, UCLA. Like Mayfield, Rosen isn’t for everyone. But in the right spot he could be outstanding. The Jets, believe it or not, could be that place. The erudite slinger can handle the intense media and fan scrutiny. Rosen has fantastic anticipatory skills and what he does well translates nicely to the next level.
4. Cleveland Browns: Bradley Chubb, Edge, North Carolina State. I’ve become quite infatuated with the concept of the versatile, deep, dominant pass rush. Adding Chubb, handily the most dynamic edge rusher in this class, to Myles Garrett makes the Browns defense lethal and deep.
5. Denver Broncos: Derwin James, S, Florida State. Might not be the biggest need, but James provides the biggest bang for the Broncos buck here, both in the short- and long-term. James can be a star, and his versatility allows for some lineup flexibility as a rookie. It’s tough to not take Sam Darnold here but Case Keenum buys at least competence at QB for a year and I’m still not ready to take the L on Paxton Lynch (my top QB in ’16) quite yet.
6. Indianapolis Colts: Roquan Smith, LB, Georgia. Exceptionally high slot for an off-ball LB who doesn’t rush the passer, but that was said of Luke Kuechly too. Smith strikes me as more like Bobby Wagner than Kuechly, but that is not a negative. He can anchor the Colts defensive back 7—where the team has a decent young core—and lead them into being the signature unit. Andrew Luck’s viability scares the crap out of me if I’m GM Chris Ballard, but it’s one year (or perhaps one round) too early to act at QB.
7. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Saquon Barkley, RB, Penn State. I’ll reiterate here what I wrote in my RB big board: Barkley is not the best runner in this class, but his receiving skills and intangibles lift him up and add enough value that he’s worthy of being the first RB taken. His style is a great fit in Tampa. And yes, I realize I just tangibly quantified “intangibles”…
8. Chicago Bears: Harold Landry, Edge, Boston College. Adding Landry, who can play OLB or DE almost equally well, would amp up the Bears overall pass defense. The healthy Landry I saw in 2016 is a much better pass rusher than Leonard Floyd and spreads out the options in a Chicago defense that could be pretty good pretty quickly.
9. San Francisco 49ers: Jaire Alexander, CB, Louisville. This will either look brilliant or incomprehensibly stupid in about 2020, or perhaps sooner. Alexander is a hyper-confident ballhawk and natural playmaker who would be a perfect fit opposite Ahkello Witherspoon in the 49ers young secondary. It’s the biggest hole on the defense, pending the legal troubles of last year’s 1st rounder Reuben Foster. The worry with Alexander is his durability, as he has the frame and build of a 10th grade shooting guard and did not play well when dinged up. I’m a noted sucker for his type and I’ll bite the apple here again knowing fully well I could be chomping a worm. His upside is that sweet.
10. Oakland Raiders: Tremaine Edmunds, OLB, Virginia Tech. A precocious bud waiting to blossom into, well, the next Khalil Mack…maybe. The team which might have problems signing Mack needs to either have insurance against that unlikely mess or an investment to help him shine. Edmunds isn’t the natural pass rusher but has physical gifts and enough football acumen to be a major impact talent in his own right, even if it doesn’t all come right away.
11. Miami Dolphins: Sam Darnold, QB, USC. Miami escapes the Ryan Tannehill QB purgatory by taking Darnold, the QB prospect with the highest ceiling but also one of the lower current floors. His mechanics need some tinkering, and having Tannehill and lowered expectations around the franchise after dumping Landry, Suh et al buys Darnold much-needed time.
12. Buffalo Bills: Lamar Jackson, QB, Louisville. Buffalo enters 2018 with A.J. McCarron as an optimal bridge to the QB of the future. Jackson has loads of potential to be that QB, dripping with dual-threat ability. He can be a dynamic passer for a patient team, and McCarron (hopefully) offers that patience while Jackson gets up to NFL speed.
13. Washington Redskins: Vita Vea, DL, Washington. Why add more to what is already one of the deepest spots on the team? Because Vea is a unique type of talent as a 340-something DE with some positional versatility. His freak athleticism didn’t always translate into results in college, but he wasn’t playing with Preston Smith, Ryan Kerrigan and Jonathan Allen in college either.
14. Green Bay Packers: Austin Corbett, OG, Nevada. The Packers cannot afford a miss, and they also cannot afford to let the offense around Aaron Rodgers deteriorate any further. Corbett played tackle at Nevada but projects as an instant asset at guard, with a blend of power, footwork and nastiness. High-floor and high-ceiling, Corbett is a good way for new GM Brian Gutekunst to make his mark on the Packers.
15. Arizona Cardinals: Mike McGlinchey, OT, Notre Dame. Arizona lands a ready-made starter at either tackle spot, ending the tail-chasing for Arizona. I was hoping Lamar Jackson fell, but the Cards still have the ability to address the long-term QB solution on Day Two and he’ll be better-protected because of taking McGlinchey here.
16. Baltimore Ravens: Mike Gesicki, TE, Penn State. Do not get trapped by the perceived constraints of the position label here; Gesicki is the highest-end receiving prospect in this draft class. He just happens to be built like a TE and played that spot in college. He can be the Ravens’ top wideout and major red zone threat as a rookie.
17. Los Angeles Chargers: Minkah Fitzpatrick, DB, Alabama. Fitzpatrick suffers a bit from positional uncertainty, but a smart coach can find a way to get him on the field in all sorts of scenarios. The Chargers need him more at safety, and there’s a big gap in my safety rankings from him to the next tier.
18. Seattle Seahawks: Isaiah Wynn, OG, Georgia. It’s long past time for the Seahawks to take the offensive line seriously. And while Wynn does carry some risk in sliding back inside as a tackle in a guard’s body, I love his mentality and consistent ability to take it to the defender.
19. Dallas Cowboys: Maurice Hurst, DT, Michigan. One year after tapping two Wolverine teammates with mixed results, Dallas tries again with the oddly sized Hurst. His quickness and technical polish worked well in conjunction with Taco Charlton in college, and the hope is he can jumpstart Taco in the NFL. The (smart) Dez Bryant release almost made me pick Courtland Sutton here. Almost.
20. Detroit Lions: Nathan Shepherd, DT, Fort Hays State. There is definite risk in taking an overaged D-II player so high, but Shepherd has simply destroyed every obstacle in his path in everything he does. His game echoes former Lions standout Ndamukong Suh, a guy Detroit has never really replaced. With Landry and Hurst gone, this pick took exactly 4 seconds to make.
21. Cincinnati Bengals: Frank Ragnow, C, Arkansas. Higher than he’ll go, but a combination of dire need and Ragnow being underappreciated because of his injury last season make this one of my favorite picks so far. He fills Cincinnati’s biggest need with high-end potential and NFL-ready skills.
22. Buffalo Bills: Rashaan Evans, LB, Alabama. For a returning playoff team the Bills have some major holes. Linebacker depth is one of them. Evans helps fill it with speed, quick eyes and sure tackling in space. He’s hard to block and can help in both pass rush and coverage.
23. New England Patriots: Denzel Ward, CB, Ohio State. Ward is ideal covering the slot, but he can also hang outside with his speed and instincts. In New England he would fit nicely in the passing game packages and covering quickness, something they don’t do particularly well right now.
24. Carolina Panthers: Carlton Davis, CB, Auburn. Davis is the optimal big, physical CB to match up within the division with the likes of Julio Jones, Michael Thomas and Mike Evans. His run support and toughness help cover up what I worry about most with Davis, his near-chronic holding on deeper routes.
25. Tennessee Titans: DaRon Payne, DT, Alabama. Freaky strong and athletic inside, Payne hasn’t yet shown great pass rush ability—the primary thing I want to add to the Titans defense. He has the potential, however, and he’s already an accomplished run stuffer and backfield disruptor.
26. Atlanta Falcons: Connor Williams, OL, Texas. I’ll repeat what I’ve often said about Williams: his 2016 tape is a future Pro Bowl left tackle, but his 2017 tape is a guard who doesn’t get a second contract from the team that drafts him. The truth is almost certainly somewhere in between. The Falcons are paper thin at both spots looking down the road, and Williams appears healthy again to lend hope.
27. New Orleans Saints: Isaiah Oliver, CB, Colorado. The massive improvement in the Saints secondary needs to sustain, and adding Oliver provides both insurance and more competition on the outside. His lockdown ability could make the New Orleans defense flat-out nasty. I’m tempted to take the eventual Drew Brees replacement here but it’s such a reach to the next QB on my board.
28. Pittsburgh Steelers: Derrius Guice, RB, LSU. If I’m Kevin Colbert I’m prepping for life without LeVeon Bell while also knowing the offense doesn’t really work without a dynamic running back. Guice can hit home runs but also a lot of doubles, something Bell has done adeptly in Pittsburgh. Great run scheme fit for Guice and the Steelers.
29. Jacksonville Jaguars: Courtland Sutton, WR, SMU. The first wideout off the board goes to a team which lost its top two WRs (on paper) in free agency. Sutton is a big target with ridiculously good hands and the ability to catch inaccurate throws, an important trait for dealing with the inconsistent arm of Blake Bortles.
30. Minnesota Vikings: Justin Reid, S, Stanford. When you are as loaded as the Vikings are right now, taking the best player available is easy. Reid is rangy, smart and able to play single-high or in the slot. He’s one of those players who impresses more as you watch him more.
31. New England Patriots: Tyrell Crosby, OT, Oregon. Replacing Nate Solder won’t be easy, and the tackle position overall in New England looks squirrely. Crosby has some flaws but also some legit talent that can allow him to start for the reigning AFC champs right away.
32. Philadelphia Eagles: Ronnie Harrison, S, Alabama. A former QB built like a LB, Harrison has a great combination of passing game instincts and power at the safety spot. I can see the Eagles playing him at strong safety but also as a reserve OLB. Their depth on the back seven can use some higher-end youth.
1 (33). Cleveland Browns: Ronald Jones, RB, USC
2 (34). New York Giants: Sony Michel, RB, Georgia
3 (35). Cleveland Browns: Donte Jackson, CB, LSU
4 (36). Indianapolis Colts: Nick Chubb, RB, Georgia
5 (37). Indianapolis Colts: Duke Ejiofor, Edge, Wake Forest
6 (38). Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Leighton Vander Esch, LB, Boise State
7 (39). Chicago Bears: D.J. Chark, WR, LSU
8 (40). Denver Broncos: Will Hernandez, OG, UTEP
9 (41). Oakland Raiders: Jessie Bates, S, Wake Forest
10 (42). Miami Dolphins: Billy Price, C/OG, Ohio State
11 (43). New England Patriots: Hayden Hurst, TE, South Carolina
12 (44). Washington Redskins: Anthony Miller, WR, Memphis
13 (45). Green Bay Packers: Christian Kirk, WR, Texas A&M
14 (46). Cincinnati Bengals: Mike Hughes, CB, UCF
15 (47). Arizona Cardinals: Mason Rudolph, QB, Oklahoma State
16 (48). Los Angeles Chargers: Harrison Phillips, DL, Stanford
17 (49). Indianapolis Colts: Braden Smith, OG, Auburn
18 (50). Dallas Cowboys: Calvin Ridley, WR, Alabama
19 (51). Detroit Lions: Kerryon Johnson, RB, Auburn
20 (52). Baltimore Ravens: Nyheim Hines, RB, North Carolina State
21 (53). Buffalo Bills: D.J. Moore, WR, Maryland
22 (54). Kansas City Chiefs: Tyquan Lewis, Edge, Ohio State
23 (55). Carolina Panthers: Marcus Davenport, Edge, UTSA
24 (56). Buffalo Bills: James Daniels, C, Iowa
25 (57). Tennessee Titans: Dallas Goedert, TE, South Dakota State
26 (58). Atlanta Falcons: P.J. Hall, DT, Sam Houston State
27 (59). San Francisco 49ers: Jamarco Jones, OT, Ohio State
28 (60). Pittsburgh Steelers: Jack Cichy, LB, Wisconsin
29 (61). Jacksonville Jaguars: Kyle Lauletta, QB, Richmond
30 (62). Minnesota Vikings: Equanimeous St. Brown, WR, Notre Dame
31 (63). New England Patriots: Isaac Yiadom, CB, Boston College
32 (64). Cleveland Browns: Chukwuma Okorafor, OT, Western Michigan
1 (65). Buffalo Bills: Josh Jackson, CB, Iowa
2 (66). New York Giants: James Washington, WR, Oklahoma State
3 (67). Indianapolis Colts: DaeSean Hamilton, WR, Penn State
4 (68). Houston Texans: Dane Cruikshank, DB, Arizona State
5 (69). New York Giants: Sam Hubbard, Edge, Ohio State
6 (70). San Francisco 49ers: Rasheem Green, Edge, USC
7 (71). Denver Broncos: Rashaad Penny, RB, San Diego State
8 (72). New York Jets: Lorenzo Carter, Edge, Georgia
9 (73). Miami Dolphins: Avonte Maddox, CB, Pittsburgh
10 (74). San Francisco 49ers: Shaquem Griffin, LB, UCF
11 (75). Oakland Raiders: DeShon Elliott, S, Texas
12 (76). Green Bay Packers: Tarvarius Moore, S, Southern Miss
13 (77). Cincinnati Bengals: Wyatt Teller, OG, Virginia Tech
14 (78). Kansas City Chiefs: Duke Dawson, CB, Florida
15 (79). Arizona Cardinals: Dante Pettis, WR/KR, Washington
16 (80). Houston Texans: Martinas Rankin, OT, Mississippi State
17 (81). Dallas Cowboys: Fred Warner, LB, BYU
18 (82). Detroit Lions: Kylie Fitts, Edge, Utah
19 (83). Baltimore Ravens: Richie James, WR, Middle Tennessee
20 (84). Los Angeles Chargers: TreQuan Smith, WR, UCF
21 (85). Carolina Panthers: Tracy Walker, S, Louisiana-Lafayette
22 (86). Kansas City Chiefs: Taven Bryan, DT, Florida
23 (87). Los Angeles Rams: Mark Andrews, TE, Oklahoma
24 (88). Carolina Panthers: Andrew Brown, DT, Virginia
25 (89). Tennessee Titans: Josh Sweat, Edge, Florida State
26 (90). Atlanta Falcons: Mason Cole, C, Michigan
27 (91). New Orleans Saints: Ogbonnia Okoronkwo, Edge, Oklahoma
28 (92). Pittsburgh Steelers: Trayvon Henderson, S, Hawaii
29 (93). Jacksonville Jaguars: Tim Settle, DT, Virginia Tech
30 (94). Minnesota Vikings: Uchenna Nwosu, Edge, USC
31 (95). New England Patriots: Skai Moore, LB, South Carolina
32 (96). Buffalo Bills: Alex Cappa, OT, Humboldt State
33 (97). Arizona Cardinals: Anthony Averett, CB, Alabama
34 (98). Houston Texans: Davontae Harris, CB, Illinois State
35 (99). Denver Broncos: DaShawn Hand, DT, Alabama
36 (100). Cincinnati Bengals: Jerome Baker, LB, Ohio State
1 (101). Green Bay Packers: Quenton Meeks, CB, Stanford
2 (102). Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Orlando Brown, OT Oklahoma
3 (103). Houston Texans: Dalton Schultz, TE, Stanford
4 (104). Indianapolis Colts: M.J. Stewart, CB, North Carolina
5 (105). Chicago Bears: B.J. Hill, DT, North Carolina State
6 (106). Denver Broncos: Michael Gallup, WR, Colorado State
7 (107). New York Jets: Royce Freeman, RB, Oregon
8 (108). New York Giants: Kyzir White, S, West Virginia
9 (109). Washington Redskins: Nick Nelson, CB, Wisconsin
10 (110). Oakland Raiders: Keke Coutee, WR, Texas Tech
11 (111). Los Angeles Rams: Maea Teuhema, OG, SE Louisiana
12 (112). Cincinnati Bengals: Trenton Thompson, DT, Georgia
13 (113). Denver Broncos: Josh Allen, QB, Wyoming
14 (114). Cleveland Browns: James Looney, DT, California
15 (115). Chicago Bears: Oren Burks, LB, Vanderbilt
16 (116). Dallas Cowboys: Tyler Conklin, TE, Central Michigan
17 (117). Detroit Lions: Jeremy Reaves, S, South Alabama
18 (118). Baltimore Ravens: Daurice Fountain, WR, Northern Iowa
19 (119). Los Angeles Chargers: Darius Phillips, CB, Western Michigan
20 (120). Seattle Seahawks: Kolton Miller, OT, UCLA
21 (121). Buffalo Bills: Genard Avery, LB, Memphis
22 (122). Kansas City Chiefs: Armani Watts, S, Texas A&M
23 (123). Miami Dolphins: Micah Kiser, LB, Virginia
24 (124). Kansas City Chiefs: Joe Noteboom, OT, TCU
25 (125). Tennessee Titans: Cedrick Wilson, WR, Boise State
26 (126). Atlanta Falcons: Ian Thomas, TE, Indiana
27 (127). New Orleans Saints: Dejon Allen, OL, Hawaii
28 (128). San Francisco 49ers: Mark Walton, RB, Miami FL
29 (129). Jacksonville Jaguars: Deon Cain, WR, Clemson
30 (130). Philadelphia Eagles: Breeland Speaks, DT, Ole Miss
31 (131). Miami Dolphins: Kemoko Turay, Edge, Rutgers
32 (132). Philadelphia Eagles: Will Richardson, OT, North Carolina State
33 (133). Green Bay Packers: Dorian O’Daniel, LB, Clemson
34 (134). Arizona Cardinals: Bilal Nichols, DT, Delaware
35 (135). Los Angeles Rams: Ade Aruna, Edge, Tulane
36 (136). Los Angeles Rams: Brandon Parker, OT, North Carolina A&T
37 (137). Dallas Cowboys: Braxton Berrios, WR, Miami FL
1 (138). Green Bay Packers: Josh Adams, RB, Notre Dame
2 (139). New York Giants: Mike White, QB, Western Kentucky
3 (140). Indianapolis Colts: Rashaan Gaulden, S, Tennessee
4 (141). Seattle Seahawks: Charvarius Ward, CB, Middle Tennessee
5 (142). Washington Redskins: Scott Quessenberry, C, UCLA
6 (143). San Francisco 49ers: Holton Hill, CB, Texas
7 (144). Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Parry Nickerson, CB, Tulane
8 (145). Chicago Bears: Colby Gossett, OG, Appalachian State
9 (146). Seattle Seahawks: Daniel Carlson, K, Auburn
10 (147). New Orleans Saints: Malik Jefferson, LB, Texas
11 (148). Pittsburgh Steelers: Zach Sieler, DE, Ferris State
12 (149). Denver Broncos: Hercules Mata’Afa, Edge, Washington State
13 (150). Cleveland Browns: Quin Blanding, S, Virginia
14 (151). Cincinnati Bengals: Jayln Holmes, Edge, Ohio State
15 (152). Arizona Cardinals: Jason Cabinda, LB, Penn State
16 (153). Detroit Lions: Skyler Phillips, OG, Idaho State
17 (154). Baltimore Ravens: Michael Dickson, P, Texas
18 (155). Los Angeles Chargers: John Kelly, RB, Tennessee
19 (156). Seattle Seahawks: Terrell Edmunds, S, Virginia Tech
20 (157). New York Jets: Kevin Toliver, CB, LSU
21 (158). Cincinnati Bengals: Darius Leonard, LB, South Carolina State
22 (159). Oakland Raiders: Joe Ostman, Edge, Central Michigan
23 (160). Denver Broncos: Leon Jacobs, LB, Wisconsin
24 (161). Carolina Panthers: Arden Key, Edge, LSU
25 (162). Tennessee Titans: Tarvarus McFadden, CB, Florida State
26 (163). Washington Redskins: Deadrin Senat, DT, South Florida
27 (164). New Orleans Saints: Foley Fatukasi, DT, Connecticut
28 (165). Pittsburgh Steelers: Nicoh Falah, C, USC
29 (166). Buffalo Bills: Joshua Kalu, DB, Nebraska
30 (167). Minnesota Vikings: Chris Herndon, TE, Miami FL
31 (168). Seattle Seahawks: Marcell Ateman, WR, Oklahoma State
32 (169). Philadelphia Eagles: Danny Johnson, CB, Southern
33 (170). Cincinnati Bengals: Luke Falk, QB, Washington State
34 (171). Dallas Cowboys: Auden Tate, WR, Florida State
35 (172). Green Bay Packers: Tegray Scales, LB, Indiana
36 (173). Oakland Raiders: JMon Moore, WR, Missouri
37 (174). Green Bay Packers: Kendrick Norton, DT, Miami FL
1 (175). Cleveland Browns: Brad Lundblade, C, Oklahoma State
2 (176). Los Angeles Rams: Ito Smith, RB, Southern Miss
3 (177). Houston Texans: Timon Parris, OT, Stony Brook
4 (178). Indianapolis Colts: Logan Woodside, QB, Toledo
5 (179). New York Jets: Taylor Hearn, OG, Clemson
6 (180). Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Ola Odeniyi, Edge, Toledo
7 (181). Chicago Bears: Jordan Akins, TE, UCF
8 (182). Arizona Cardinals: Simmie Cobbs, WR, Indiana
9 (183). Los Angeles Rams: Kameron Kelly, S, San Diego State
10 (184). San Francisco 49ers: Tre Flowers, S, Oklahoma State
11 (185). Oakland Raiders: Trenton Cannon, RB, Virginia State
12 (186). Green Bay Packers: JK Scott, K, Alabama
13 (187). Buffalo Bills: Justin Jones, DT, North Carolina State
14 (188). Cleveland Browns: Arrion Springs, CB, Oregon
15 (189). New Orleans Saints: Nic Shimonek, QB, Texas Tech
16 (190). Baltimore Ravens: Matt Gono, OG, Wesley
17 (191). Los Angeles Chargers: Marcus Allen, S, Penn State
18 (192). Dallas Cowboys: Keion Crossen, CB, Western Carolina
19 (193). Dallas Cowboys: Jordan Chunn, RB, Troy
20 (194). Los Angeles Rams: Nick DeLuca, LB, North Dakota State
21 (195). Los Angeles Rams: Ryan Nall, RB, Oregon State
22 (196). Kansas City Chiefs: Jarvion Franklin, RB, Western Michigan
23 (197). Carolina Panthers: Toby Weathersby, OT, LSU
24 (198). New England Patriots: Justin Lawler, Edge, SMU
25 (199). Tennessee Titans: Justin Watson, WR, Penn
26 (200). Atlanta Falcons: Kurt Benkert, QB, Virginia
27 (201). New Orleans Saints: Eddy Piniero, K, Florida
28 (202). Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Marcell Frazier, Edge, Missouri
29 (203). Jacksonville Jaguars: Foyesade Oluokun, LB, Yale
30 (204). Minnesota Vikings: Roc Thomas, RB, Jacksonville State
31 (205). Washington Redskins: Brogan Roback, QB, Eastern Michigan
32 (206). Philadelphia Eagles: Kalen Ballage, RB, Arizona State
33 (207). Green Bay Packers: Sean Chandler, S, Temple
34 (208). Dallas Cowboys: Cole Reyes, S, North Dakota
35 (209). Miami Dolphins: Deontay Burnett, WR, USC
36 (210). New England Patriots: Taron Johnson, CB, Weber State
37 (211). Houston Texans: Jaylen Samuels, FB/TE, North Carolina State
38 (212). Oakland Raiders: Andre Chachere, CB, San Jose State
39 (213). Minnesota Vikings: Greg Senat, OT, Wagner
40 (214). Houston Texans: Jaelon Acklin, WR, Western Illinois
41 (215). Baltimore Ravens: Kyle Allen, QB, Houston
42 (216). Oakland Raiders: Poona Ford, DT, Texas
43 (217). Oakland Raiders: Jeff Badet, WR, Oklahoma
44 (218). Minnesota Vikings: Chase Litton, QB, Marshall
1 (219). New England Patriots: Eddy Wilson, DT, Purdue
2 (220). Pittsburgh Steelers: Trey Quinn, WR, SMU
3 (221). Indianapolis Colts: Derrick Nnadi, DT, Florida State
4 (222). Houston Texans: J.T. Barrett, QB, Ohio State
5 (223). San Francisco 49ers: Allen Lazard, WR, Iowa State
6 (224). Chicago Bears: Natrell Jamerson, S, Wisconsin
7 (225). Minnesota Vikings: Dorrance Armstrong, Edge, Kansas
8 (226). Seattle Seahawks: Donnie Ernsberger, TE/FB, Western Michigan
9 (227). Miami Dolphins: Vyncint Smith, WR, Limestone
10 (228). Oakland Raiders: Desmond Harrison, OT, West Georgia
11 (229). Miami Dolphins: Marquis Haynes, Edge, Ole Miss
12 (230). Jacksonville Jaguars: Jake Roh, TE, Boise State
13 (231). Washington Redskins: Geron Christian, OT, Louisville
14 (232). Green Bay Packers: John Franklin-Myer, DE, Stephen F Austin
15 (233). Kansas City Chiefs: Quentin Poling, LB, Ohio
16 (234). Carolina Panthers: Andrew Ankrah, Edge, James Madison
17 (235). New York Jets: Bunmi Rotimi, DT, Old Dominion
18 (236). Dallas Cowboys: Javon Rolland-Jones, Edge, Arkansas State
19 (237). Detroit Lions: Durham Smythe, TE, Notre Dame
20 (238). Baltimore Ravens: Phillip Lindsay, RB, Colorado
21 (239). Green Bay Packers: Brian Allen, C, Michigan State
22 (240). San Francisco 49ers: Will Clapp, OG, LSU
23 (241). Washington Redskins: Jordan Whitehead, S, Pittsburgh
24 (242). Carolina Panthers: Antonio Callaway, WR, Florida
25 (243). Kansas City Chiefs: Brandon Facyson, CB, Virginia Tech
26 (244). Atlanta Falcons: Jaleel Scott, WR, New Mexico State
27 (245). New Orleans Saints: Nick Gates, OG, Nebraska
28 (246). Pittsburgh Steelers: Tremon Smith, CB, Central Arkansas
29 (247). Jacksonville Jaguars: Jamil Demby, OG, Maine
30 (248). Seattle Seahawks: Akrum Wadley, RB, Iowa
31 (249). Cincinnati Bengals: Van Smith, S, Clemson
32 (250). Philadelphia Eagles: Trey Johnson, CB, Villanova
33 (251). Los Angeles Chargers: Elijah Nkansah, OT, Toledo
34 (252). Cincinnati Bengals: Grant Haley, CB, Penn State
35 (253). Cincinnati Bengals: Deatrick Nichols, CB, USF
36 (254). Arizona Cardinals: Matt Linehan, QB, Idaho
37 (255). Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Will Dissly, TE, Washington
38 (256). Atlanta Falcons: Joseph Davidson, P, Bowling Green