Final 2012 NFL Mock Draft

1.       Indianapolis Colts: Andrew Luck, QB, Stanford

It’s kind of funny to call a team “lucky” for having the first pick in the draft, but the Colts have now chosen first and been able to draft John Elway, Peyton Manning, and Andrew Luck. That’s pretty lucky.

2.       Washington Redskins: Robert Griffin III, QB, Baylor

In just about any other year, Robert Griffin III would be the first overall pick in the draft. The Redskins gave up a lot to have the opportunity to draft the potential franchise quarterback and it may be well worth it.

3.       Minnesota Vikings: Matt Kalil, OT, USC

The Vikings might trade down and allow the Bills or Buccaneers to select players that they covet in this slot. We aren’t projecting trades in this projection and we guess that Minnesota’s reported interest in Morris Claiborne might just be a smokescreen aimed at getting Tampa Bay to panic and trade for the selection. Either player would be a solid choice, but Ryan Kalil makes a little more sense because his addition would directly aid the development of Christian Ponder.

4.        Cleveland Browns: Trent Richardson, RB, Alabama

The Browns didn’t have an offense last season. The team needs a franchise quarterback, a game-changing running back, and a number one receiver. The two franchise signal-callers in the draft will already be off the board by the time the Browns reach the podium. Justin Blackmon and Michael Floyd are options, but the smart money is on Alabama’s Trent Richardson.

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

We think the Buccaneers are going to consider moving up to #3 overall in order to draft Trent Richardson, but we aren’t projecting trades in this mock draft. Claiborne is the best cornerback in the draft and he fills an obvious need for Tampa Bay. If Claiborne and Richardson are both gone by the time the Bucs pick, Luke Kuechly could be an option.

6.       St. Louis Rams: Justin Blackmon, WR, Oklahoma State

Fletcher Cox makes a lot of sense for the Rams, but the team needs to protect its investment in Sam Bradford.

7.       Jacksonville Jaguars: Stephen Hill, WR, Georgia Tech

Yes, you’re reading this correctly. The Jaguars signed Laurent Robinson, but another pass catcher is needed. We hear that Jacksonville is desperate to trade down and covets Hill. The team may just take Hill at its current spot if a trade partner isn’t found. The Jags could also make a more conventional pick and decide to draft Stephon Gilmore or Luke Kuechly. We’ll see.

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

The Dolphins need a quarterback and this selection has been dissected intently over the past month. Still, nobody knows what Miami is going to do with this pick except for the team’s front office. Ray and I agree that Tannehill isn’t worth a top-10 choice, but the Dolphins may not want to enter the season with David Garrard or Matt Moore at the helm. Mark Barron, Luke Kuechly, and a number of defensive linemen would all make sense if the team passes on Tannehill.

9.       Carolina Panthers: Luke Kuechly, MLB, Boston College

Jon Beason is recovering from a torn Achilles. Kuechly is an elite talent that could provide insurance for the Panthers in the middle or slide over to the weak side next to Beason.

10.   Buffalo Bills: Mark Barron, S, Alabama

Mark Barron is easily the best safety in this draft class. There are reports that the Bills are trying to trade up in order to take USC tackle Matt Kalil. We don’t feel like that’d be worth it for Buffalo. The team will have a number of potential impact players available if it stands pat. Other options could include Luke Kuechly, Michael Floyd, and Riley Reiff.

11.   Kansas City Chiefs: David DeCastro, OG, Stanford

This is awfully high for a guard, but we hear Kansas City has a lot of interest in DeCastro. He’d step right into the lineup as a rookie starter. The Chiefs also need a nose tackle and Dontari Poe would be a solid alternative. Mark Barron and Luke Kuechly will be strong possibilities if they’re still around.

12.   Seattle Seahawks: Chandler Jones, DE, Syracuse

Seattle could use a pass rusher and Chandler Jones fits that mold. The order in which many of this year’s edge pass rushers will come off the board is unpredictable. We suspect that different organizations’ rankings of these players will vary wildly. Stephon Gilmore would also make a ton of sense.

13.   Arizona Cardinals: Riley Reiff, OT, Iowa

We expect the Cardinals to draft Riley Reiff or Michael Floyd. Is that anything you haven’t heard before?

14.   Dallas Cowboys: Michael Brockers, DT, LSU

The three prospects that have been connected to Dallas the most are Brockers, Mark Barron, and David DeCastro. Brockers is the only one left in this projection. Dallas might move up to try to land Barron, but Brockers is a nice solid, yet unspectacular, consolation prize.

15.   Philadelphia Eagles: Fletcher Cox, DT, Mississippi State

The Eagles may trade up in order to land Cox. This scenario is a perfect storm for Philadelphia because they don’t have to. We are, however, acknowledging that we think swapping choices with Jacksonville is a decent possibility. If the Eagles don’t get Cox, perhaps they can improve their rush defense if they stop lining their defensive ends up outside of the receivers on every play.

16.   New York Jets: Melvin Ingram, OLB, South Carolina

The Jets want to win now and their best pass rusher is Aaron Maybin. I think that’s enough.

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

Gilmore would be a no-brainer for Cincinnati. If Gilmore is already gone, Dre Kirkpatrick would make a lot of sense. We also believe the Bengals could consider Janoris Jenkins with one of these two selections.

18.   San Diego Chargers: Cordy Glenn, OL, Georgia

This projection would make a tough choice for A.J. Smith. There are a number of pass rushers still on the board. Dre Kirkpatrick and Michael Floyd would also be spectacular choices. It’s a tough call, but we think the offensive line is too large of a concern to be overlooked with Cordy Glenn on the board.

19.   Chicago Bears: Whitney Mercilus, DE, Illinois

Ray and I really like Whitney Mercilus. He’s going to be a bargain if he falls to the bottom half of the first round. This addition would infuse some youth into Chicago’s aging defense.

20.   Tennessee Titans: Dre Kirkpatrick, CB, Alabama

The Titans have more pressing needs, but there’s a steep drop-off at the corner position after Dre Kirkpatrick.

21.   Cincinnati Bengals: Courtney Upshaw, DE, Alabama

We hear the Bengals are high on Courtney Upshaw. Again, who knows? These pass rushers are going to be valued differently by different teams.

22.   Cleveland Browns (from Atlanta): Michael Floyd, WR, Notre Dame

The Browns would have to be thrilled to be able to land Richardson and Floyd in the opening round. This is probably the lowest Floyd could fall.

23.   Detroit Lions: Jonathan Martin, OT, Stanford

The Lions finally draft a left tackle of the future! Jonathan Martin is underrated by the media. If Kirkpatrick falls past the Titans, he would also make for an excellent choice.

24.   Pittsburgh Steelers: Dont’a Hightower, ILB, Alabama

The Steelers have too many players on defense that need to be replaced for them to take an offensive lineman. We expect this choice to come down to Hightower or Poe.

25.   Denver Broncos: Kevin Zeitler, OG, Wisconsin

Dontari Poe also makes sense, but the Broncos will do everything in their power to keep Peyton Manning upright.

26.   Houston Texans: Dontari Poe, NT, Memphis

The Texans need a nose tackle. This is a slam dunk.

27.   New England Patriots (from New Orleans): Quinton Coples, DE, North Carolina

New England’s entire defense needs to be rebuilt and we expect that process to begin with the defensive line.

28.   Green Bay Packers: Bruce Irvin, OLB, West Virginia

The Packers have to find at least one more pass rusher and Bruce Irvin can certainly rush the passer. If not for off-the-field concerns, Irvin might have been in the conversation for a top-15 selection.

29.   Baltimore Ravens: Andre Branch, OLB, Clemson

This is a tough pick to project. If the Steelers pass on Hightower, he’d be the logical choice. The Ravens could draft Wisconsin’s Peter Konz to eventually replace Matt Birk at center or they could draft a wide receiver. We think Baltimore will select a pass rusher here.

30.   San Francisco 49ers: Amini Silatolu, OG, Midwestern State

Silatolu has been a popular mock draft choice for San Francisco. There are rumors that the team is targeting a specific player. We expect that player to be a guard or a wide receiver.

31.   New England Patriots: Nick Perry, DE, USC

The Patriots will have probably made nine trades by this point in the draft. If, for some reason they don’t, it wouldn’t be a stretch to see the team select two pass rushers in the first round.

32.   New York Giants: Doug Martin, RB, Boise State

Doug Martin is a great value and logical replacement for Brandon Jacobs as the hammer in the running game.


Round 2

33.   St. Louis Rams: Jerel Worthy, DT, Michigan State

The Rams have a bunch of needs and Worthy is one of the best available players remaining after the first round.

34.   Indianapolis Colts: Coby Fleener, TE, Stanford

You see what we did here.

35.   Minnesota Vikings: Alshon Jeffery, WR, South Carolina

Alshon Jeffery could sneak into the end of the first round. The Vikings continue to surround Ponder with talent.

36.   Tampa Bay Buccaneers: David Wilson, RB, Virginia Tech

If the Bucs don’t trade up for Richardson, expect the team to draft a running back in the second round.

37.   Cleveland Browns: Brandon Weeden, QB, Oklahoma State

The Raiders were slammed for trading a first and future second for a 31-year-old former pro bowl quarterback. The Browns will be praised for drafting a 28-year-old rookie signal-caller in the second round. That doesn’t make sense.

38.   Jacksonville Jaguars: Josh Robinson, CB, Central Florida

We like Robinson although opinions on this year’s cornerback rankings are all over the place after Kirkpatrick.

39.   St. Louis Rams (from Washington): Mike Adams, OT, Ohio State

It’ll be interesting to see how far Adams falls after reports leaked that he failed a drug test at the combine.

40.   Carolina Panthers: Devon Still, DT, Penn State

Still could provide nice value in the second or even third round.

41.   Buffalo Bills: Kendall Wright, WR, Baylor

Here’s another reason why the Bills shouldn’t trade up to draft Kalil.

42.   Miami Dolphins: Vinnie Curry, DE, Marshall

The Dolphins are converting to a 4-3 base defense and there’s a need for at least one more defensive end that can rush the passer.

43.   Seattle Seahawks: Janoris Jenkins, CB, North Alabama

Jenkins would be a top-20 selection had he not gotten himself in so much trouble at Florida.

44.   Kansas City Chiefs: Shea McClellin, OLB, Boise State

Everyone else has McClellin in the first round, but we just don’t see how a team could draft a player that high when he has three documented concussions in his past.

45.   Dallas Cowboys: Peter Konz, C, Wisconsin

This is where Konz should have been valued all along. He is a solid second round choice.

46.   Philadelphia Eagles: Mychal Kendricks, MLB, California

Kendricks is the stud middle linebacker that the Eagles have lacked.

47.   New York Jets: Bobby Massie, OT, Mississippi

Massie is a borderline first round talent and he could start right away for the Jets.

48.   New England Patriots (from Oakland): Rueben Randle, WR, LSU

The Patriots could use a wide out that doesn’t fit into the category of being a smallish slot receiver.

49.   San Diego Chargers: Trumaine Johnson, DB, Montana

Johnson might get drafted as a cornerback, but he could also wind up being the second safety to come off the board.

50.   Chicago Bears: Dwayne Allen, TE, Clemson

Mike Martz is gone. The tight end position is relevant again.

51.   Philadelphia Eagles (from Arizona): Lamar Miller, RB, Miami

Miller is a solid value and provides insurance incase LeSean McCoy gets hurt.

52.   Tennessee Titans: Lavonte David, OLB, Nebraska

Lavonte David shouldn’t make it past the second round. He may be the second best 4-3 weak side linebacker in this draft.

53.   Cincinnati Bengals: Isaiah Pead, RB, Cincinnati

Pead is good enough to start over Green-Ellis and Scott.

54.   Detroit Lions: Harrison Smith, S, Notre Dame

The Lions add to a talented young defense.

55.   Atlanta Falcons: Kelechi Osemele, OT, Iowa State

The Falcons need a tackle and are said to covet Osemele.


56.   Pittsburgh Steelers: Brandon Brooks, OG, Miami (OH)

After reinforcing the defense in the first round, the Steelers draft a replacement for Chris Kemoeatu in the second round.

57.   Denver Broncos: Kendall Reyes, DT, Connecticut

The Broncos like Reyes and may consider drafting him in the first round.

58.   Houston Texans: Chris Givens, WR, Wake Forest

Andre Johnson needs some help. The Texans have to be prepared incase Johnson misses time again this year.

59.   Green Bay Packers: Derek Wolfe, DE, Cincinnati

Wolfe would play defensive end in Green Bay and provide pressure on opposing quarterbacks.

60.   Baltimore Ravens: A.J. Jenkins, WR, Illinois

The Ravens need another wide receiver to pair with Torrey Smith long-term.

61.   San Francisco 49ers: Bobby Wagner, ILB, Utah State

The 49ers don’t have many needs, so they can afford to further strengthen their inside linebacker position.

62.   New England Patriots: Jeff Allen, OT, Illinois

Jeff Allen’s versatility could provide the Patriots with a backup at both tackle and guard. He’ll eventually develop into a starting tackle.

63.   New York Giants: Brandon Boykin, CB, Georgia

The Giants often pick players that provide the greatest value. That’s the strategy here.


Round 3

64.   Indianapolis Colts: Mohamed Sanu, WR, Rutgers

The Colts continue to rebuild the offense around Andrew Luck.

65.   St. Louis Rams: Brandon Thompson, DT, Clemson

The Rams already took Worthy, but Thompson is a steal in the third round.

66.   Minnesota Vikings: Jamell Fleming, CB, Oklahoma

Can Fleming break the trend of disappointing cornerback prospects from Oklahoma?

67.   Cleveland Browns: Cam Johnson, DE, Virginia

The Browns bolstered their offense with their first three picks. The defense still needs a lot of work.

68.   Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Zach Brown, OLB, North Carolina

Zach Brown is one of the fastest linebackers in recent history. He needs to show that he’s more than just an athlete.

69.   Washington Redskins: Chris Polk, RB, Washington

Polk complements Roy Helu Jr.

70.   Jacksonville Jaguars: Jake Bequette, DE, Arkansas

Bequette is a talented pass rusher that hasn’t gotten the media attention he deserves.

71.   Buffalo Bills: Brock Osweiler, QB, Arizona State

The Dolphins drafted a developmental quarterback prospect with the eigth overall selection in the draft. The Bills get one at #71.

72.   Miami Dolphins: Brian Quick, WR, Appalachian State

Quick could have an intriguing rookie campaign in this situation.

73.   Miami Dolphins (from Carolina via Chicago): Orson Charles, TE, Georgia

Charles isn’t the bad seed that everyone thinks he is after his recent arrest.

74.   Kansas City Chiefs: Alameda Ta’amu, NT, Washington

The Chiefs need a nose tackle to play next to their underachieving defensive ends.

75.   Seattle Seahawks: Juron Criner, WR, Arizona

Criner provides the Seahawks with the physically imposing receiving weapon that they thought they were getting when they signed Sidney Rice.

76.   Houston Texans (from Philadelphia): Philip Blake, OG, Baylor

Blake is pushed to the third round because of his age.

77.   New York Jets: Billy Winn, DE, Boise State

The Jets continue to rebuild their disappointing defense.

78.   San Diego Chargers: Jonathan Massaquoi, OLB, Troy

Massaquoi provides the Chargers with a situational pass rusher opposite Shaun Phillips.

79.   Chicago Bears: Casey Hayward, CB, Vanderbilt

The Bears cash in on a second round value at cornerback.

80.   Arizona Cardinals: T.Y. Hilton, WR, Florida International

Hilton is an explosive player who could hear his name called earlier than expected.

81.   Dallas Cowboys: Brandon Taylor, S, LSU

The Cowboys continue to rebuild their defensive secondary.

82.   Tennessee Titans: Mike Martin, DT, Michigan

The Titans sorely need another defensive tackle before the start of the season.

83.   Cincinnati Bengals: Jayron Hosley, CB, Virginia Tech

Hosley failed a drug test at the combine, but a team may still take a chance on him late in the third round.

84.   Atlanta Falcons: Ladarius Green, TE, Louisiana-Lafayette

Tony Gonzalez won’t play forever. We’ve written that for the last twenty-three seasons though so who knows?

85.   Detroit Lions: Sean Spence, OLB, Miami

Spence is undersized, but his production at Miami was tremendous. He reminds us of a more athletic Greg Jones.

86.   Pittsburgh Steelers: LaMichael James, RB, Oregon

This would be a slam dunk. James could burst onto the scene as a rookie in that offense.

87.   Denver Broncos: Ron Brooks, CB, LSU

We wonder what Brooks’ value would have been if he wasn’t overshadowed by three potential top-5 overall selections at LSU.

88.   Philadelphia Eagles (from Houston): Kirk Cousins, QB, Michigan State

Mike Kafka is awful and Mike Vick gets breaks a rib every other game. A backup is needed.

89.   New Orleans Saints: Jared Crick, DT, Nebraska

Crick could move around the defensive line and provide versatility for the Saints.

90.   Green Bay Packers: Olivier Vernon, OLB, Miami

Vernon is a raw developmental prospect that could develop into a quality pass rusher.

91.   Baltimore Ravens: Bernard Pierce, RB, Temple

The Ravens could use a quality backup running back behind Ray Rice. Pierce and Robert Turbin are strong options late in the third round.

92.   San Francisco 49ers: Ryan Broyles, WR, Oklahoma

Broyles could thrive as the slot receiver in San Francisco. He’d have been a potential first round pick if not for his injury.

93.   New England Patriots: Dwight Bentley, CB , Louisiana-Lafayette

The Patriots shouldn’t start Sterling Moore.

94.   New York Giants: Donald Stephenson, OT, Oklahoma

Stephenson gives the Giants depth on the offensive line.

95.   Oakland Raiders: Nigel Bradham, OLB, Florida State

The Raiders are very thin at all three linebacker positions.

Round 4

96.   St. Louis Rams: Demario Davis, OLB, Arkansas State

97.   Indianapolis Colts: Tyrone Crawford, DE, Boise State

98.   Minnesota Vikings: Mitchell Schwartz, OT, California

99.   Houston Texans (from Tampa Bay via Eagles): Rishard Matthews, WR, Nevada

100. Cleveland Browns: Zebrie Sanders, OT, Florida St.

101. Jacksonville Jaguars: George Iloka, S, Boise St.

102. Washington Redskins: Trevin Wade, CB, Arizona

103. Miami Dolphins: Terrell Manning, LB, North Carolina St.

104. Carolina Panthers: Greg Childs, WR, Arkansas

105. Buffalo Bills: Omar Bolden, CB, Arizona St.

106. Seattle Seahawks: Emmanuel Acho, LB, Texas

107. Kansas City Chiefs: Marvin Jones, WR, California

108. Denver Broncos (from Jets):  Marvin McNutt, WR, Iowa

109. Washington Redskins (from Oakland): James-Michael Johnson, LB, Nevada

110. San Diego Chargers: James Brown, G/T, Troy

111. Chicago Bears: Keenan Robinson, LB, Texas

112. Arizona Cardinals: Ronnell Lewis, LB, Oklahoma

113. Dallas Cowboys: Michael Egnew, TE, Missouri

114. Philadelphia Eagles: Shaun Prater, CB, Iowa

115. Tennessee Titans: Josh LeRibeus, G, Southern Methodist

116. Cincinnati Bengals: Joe Adams, WR, Arkansas

117. Detroit Lions: Ryan Steed, CB, Furman

118. Cleveland Browns (from Atlanta): Taylor Thompson, TE, Southern Methodist

119. Pittsburgh Steelers: Josh Chapman, DT, Alabama

120. Denver Broncos: Robert Turbin, RB, Utah St.

121. Houston Texans: Brandon Washington, G, Miami

122. New Orleans Saints: Kyle Wilber, LB, Wake Forest

123. Green Bay Packers: Ronnie Hillman, RB, San Diego St.

124. Buffalo Bills (from Baltimore): Brandon Mosley, OT, Auburn

125. San Francisco 49ers: Markelle Martin, S, Oklahoma St.

126. New England Patriots: Brandon Hardin, S, Oregon St.

127. New York Giants: Josh Kaddu, LB, Oregon

128. Minnesota Vikings: Cyrus Gray, RB, Texas A&M

129. Oakland Raiders: Matt Reynolds, OL, BYU

130. Baltimore Ravens: Ben Jones, C, Georgia

131. New York Giants: Trenton Robinson, S, Michigan St.

132. Green Bay Packers: Nate Potter, OT, Boise St.

133. Green Bay Packers: Leonard Johnson, CB, Iowa St.

134. Minnesota Vikings: Trevor Guyton, DE, California

135. Dallas Cowboys: Nick Toon, WR, Wisconsin


Round 5


136. Indianapolis Colts: Josh Norman, CB, Coastal Carolina

137. Denver Broncos (from St. Louis): Malik Jackson, DE, Tennessee

138. Minnesota Vikings: Alex Hoffman-Ellis, LB, Washington St.

139. Cleveland Browns: Russell Wilson, QB, Wisconsin

140. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Matt McCants, OT, UAB

141. Washington Redskins: Tommy Streeter, WR, Miami

142. Jacksonville Jaguars: Bryan Anger, P, California

143. Carolina Panthers: Chris Greenwood, CB, Albion

144. Buffalo Bills: Tank Carder, LB, TCU

145. Miami Dolphins: Christian Thompson, S, South Carolina

146. Kansas City Chiefs: Ryan Lindley, QB, San Diego St.

147. Buffalo Bills (from Seattle):  David Molk, C, Michigan

148. Oakland Raiders: Hebron Fanqupo, DT, BYU

149. San Diego Chargers: Junior Hemingway, WR, Michigan

150. Chicago Bears: Antonio Allen, S, South Carolina

151. Arizona Cardinals: Audie Cole, LB, North Carolina St.

152. Dallas Cowboys: B.J. Coleman, QB, Tennessee-Chattanoga

153. Philadelphia Eagles: Marcus Forston, DT, Miami

154. New York Jets: Levy Adcock, OT, Oklahoma St.

155. Tennessee Titans: Terrance Gannaway, RB, Baylor

156. Cincinnati Bengals: DeVier Posey, WR, Ohio St.

157. Atlanta Falcons: Vick Ballard, RB, Mississippi St.

158. Detroit Lions: Jack Crawford, DE, Penn St.

159. Pittsburgh Steelers: Keith Tandy, CB, West Virginia

160. Cleveland Browns (from Denver): Jaye Howard, DT, Florida

161. Houston Texans: Alfonzo Dennard, CB, Nebraska

162. New Orleans Saints: Lucas Nix, G, Pittsburgh

163. Green Bay Packers: Chris Owusu, WR, Stanford

164. Baltimore Ravens: DeQuan Menzie, CB, Alabama

165. San Francisco 49ers: Edwin Baker, RB, Michigan St.

166. Cincinnati Bengals (from New England): Michael Brewster, C, Ohio St.

167. New York Giants: Donnie Fletcher, CB, Boston College

168. Oakland Raiders: Aaron Henry, S, Wisconsin

169. Baltimore Ravens: Tony Bergstrom, OT, Utah

170. Indianapolis Colts: Coryell Judie, CB, Texas A&M


Round 6


171. St. Louis Rams: Michael Smith, RB, Utah St.

172. Philadelphia Eagles (from Indianapolis): Jarius Wright, WR, Arkansas

173. Washington Redskins (from Minnesota):  Mike Daniels, DT, Iowa

174. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: DaJohn Harrison, DT, USC

175. Minnesota Vikings (from Cleveland): Frank Alexander, DE, Oklahoma

176. Jacksonville Jaguars: Nick Foles, QB, Arizona

177. Arizona Cardinals (from Washington): A.J. Davis, CB, Jacksonville St.

178. Buffalo Bills: Chase Minnifield, CB, Virginia

179. New Orleans Saints (from Miami): Andrew Datko, OT, Florida St.

180. Carolina Panthers: Keshawn Martin, WR, Michigan St.

181. Seattle Seahawks: Tauren Poole, RB, Tennessee

182. Kansas City Chiefs: Jerry Franklin, LB, Arkansas

183. San Diego Chargers: Akiem Hicks, DE, Regina

184. Chicago Bears: Senio Kelemete, G, Washington

185. Arizona Cardinals: Davin Meggett, RB, Maryland

186. Dallas Cowboys: DeAngelo Peterson, TE, LSU

187. New York Jets (from Eagles via  Colts): Kaelin Burnett, OLB, Nevada

188. Denver Broncos (from Jets): Austin Davis, QB, Southern Miss

189. Oakland Raiders: James Hanna, TE, Oklahoma

190. Tennessee Titans: Mike Harris, CB, Florida St.

191. Cincinnati Bengals: Tom Compton, OT, South Dakota

192. Atlanta Falcons: Kourtnei Brown, DE, Clemson

193. Pittsburgh Steelers: Brian Linthicum, TE, Michigan St.

194. Philadelphia Eagles (from Denver): Jeff Adams, OT, Columbia

195. Houston Texans: Chris Rainey, RB, Florida

196. Miami Dolphins: Adonis Thomas, RB, Toledo

197. Green Bay Packers: Devon Wylie, WR, Fresno St.

198. Baltimore Ravens: Desmond Wynn, G, Rutgers

199. San Francisco 49ers: Adrian Robinson, OLB, Temple

200. Philadelphia Eagles (from New England): Noah Keller, LB, Ohio

201. New York Giants: Coty Sensabaugh, CB, Clemson

202. New York Jets: Rhett Ellison, TE, USC

203. New York Jets: Foswhitt Whittaker, RB, Texas

204. Cleveland Browns: Rishaw Johnson, G, California (PA)

205. Cleveland Browns: Justin Bethel, CB/S, Presbyterian

206. Indianapolis Colts: Braylon Boughton, OLB, TCU

207. Carolina Panthers: Najee Good, LB, West Virginia



Round 7


208. Indianapolis Colts: Dan Herron, RB, Ohio St.

209. St. Louis Rams: Chase Ford, TE, Miami

210. Minnesota Vikings: Travis Lewis, LB, Oklahoma

211. Cleveland Browns: James Carmon, OT, Mississippi St.

212. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Evan Rodriguez, FB, Temple

213. Washington Redskins: Marcel Jones, OT, Nebraska

214. Indianapolis Colts (from Jaguars via Jets): Miles Burris, LB, San Diego St.

215. Miami Dolphins: Janzen Jackson, S, McNeese St.

216. Carolina Panthers: Donte’ Paige-Moss, DE, North Carolina

217. Buffalo Bills:  B.J. Cunningham, WR, Michigan St.

218. Kansas City Chiefs: Derek Carrier, TE, Beloit

219. Detroit Lions (from Seattle): Eric Page, WR, Toledo

220. Chicago Bears: Brett Roy, DT, Nevada

221. Arizona Cardinals: Brandon Bolden, RB, Mississippi

222. Dallas Cowboys: Marquis Maze, WR, Alabama

223. Minnesota Vikings (from Eagles via Patriots): Jacquies Smith, DE, Missouri

224. Green Bay Packers (from Jets): D.J. Campbell, S, California

225. Seattle Seahawks (from Raiders): Kheeston Randall, DT, Texas

226. San Diego Chargers: Quinton Pointer, CB, UNLV

227. Tennessee Titans: Adrien Robinson, TE, Cincinnati

228. Jacksonville Jaguars (from Cincinnati): Dennis Kelly, OT, Purdue

229. Atlanta Falcons: Markus Kuhn, DT, North Carolina St.

230. Detroit Lions: Quinton Saulsberry, C, Mississippi St.

231. Pittsburgh Steelers: Blair Walsh, K, Georgia

232. New York Jets (from Denver): Quinton Richardson, S, Washington


233. Houston Texans: Drew Butler, P, Georgia

234. New Orleans Saints: Jeff Fuller, WR, Texas A&M

235. Green Bay Packers: Candler Harnish, QB, Northern Illinois

236. Baltimore Ravens: Brad Smelley, FB, Alabama

237. San Francisco 49ers: Asa Jackson, CB, Cal-Poly

238. Kansas City Chiefs (from New England): Gino Gradkowski, G, Delaware

239. New York Giants: Kellen Moore, QB, Boise St.

240. Pittsburgh Steelers: Dwight Jones, WR, North Carolina

241. Green Bay Packers: Cliff Harris, CB, Oregon

242. New York Jets: Robert Blanton, CB, Notre Dame

243. Green Bay Packers: Caleb McSurdy, LB, Montana

244. New York Jets: William Vlachos, C, Alabama

245. Cleveland Browns: Tydreke Powell, DT, North Carolina

246. Pittsburgh Steelers: Sean Richardson, S, Vanderbilt

247. Cleveland Browns: Brandon Herron, LB, Michigan

248. Pittsburgh Steelers: Darron Thomas, QB, Oregon

249. Atlanta Falcons: Landon Walker, OT, Clemson

250. San Diego Chargers: Vontaze Burfict, LB, Arizona St.

251. Buffalo Bills: Bradie Ewing, FB, Wisconsin

252. St. Louis Rams: Micah Pellerin, CB, Hampton

253. Indianapolis Colts: Neiko Thorpe, S, Auburn