1. St. Louis Rams. Jared Goff, QB, Cal. The Rams are going to draft a quarterback here (unless Jeff Fisher surprises us all and drafts Joey Bosa due to his undying love of defensive talent....slightly joking, they're drafting a quarterback). From everything I've seen, the rumors point towards Goff. I'm going to trust the rumor mill for now and put Jared Goff here. He's the safer option over Wentz in the eyes of most scouts.
2. Philadelphia Eagles. Carson Wentz, QB, North Dakota. The Eagles traded up for this pick and will likely use it to secure their franchise quarterback. With Goff off the board, Philadelphia will select Wentz. A dark horse candidate for this spot is Ezekiel Elliot, but the pick is more likely Wentz, unless Goff is on the board at which point it is Goff.
3. San Diego Chargers. Laremy Tunsil, OT, Mississippi. Tunsil has some character concerns, but the Chargers desperately need help at offensive tackle. This pick came down to Tunsil and Bosa for me, but with Tunsil still on the board, the Chargers have an easy decision. Tunsil becomes a Charger.
4. Dallas Cowboys. Jalen Ramsey, DB, Florida State. Recent rumors have the Cowboys receiving a bad report on Ramsey's ability to transition to CB in the NFL, but that won't stop them from taking the #1 player on their draft board. Ramsey is drafted by Dallas and sticks at safety. Ezekiel Elliot could be a serious consideration here as well.
5. Jacksonville Jaguars. Myles Jack, OLB, UCLA. The Jaguars have lots of options here. They could go with an offensive player, but given the extreme defensive depth available to them with Buckner, Bosa, and Jack still on the board, I think they go defense here. Jack is clear medically after false claims regarding his knee were raised recently; he should be entirely good to go. The Jaguars defensive immediately becomes better with the best linebacker prospect in this draft.
6. Baltimore Ravens. Joey Bosa, DE, Ohio State. The Ravens could also go with Stanley or Buckner here, but Bosa has the talent to be worthy of the first overall pick and Baltimore needs to find an identity again on defense. Bosa will go a long way towards helping them find it. Bosa is the pick.
7. San Francisco 49ers. Laquan Treadwell, WR, Mississippi. The 49ers could trade back or reach for Paxton Lynch here, but Treadwell fills an immediate need. The 49ers are in dire need of help at wide receiver, and barring a Kaepernick trade they appear stuck with Colin Kaepernick at least for this season. Treadwell is the pick.
8. Cleveland Browns. Shaq Lawson, DE, Clemson. Both Goff and Wentz are off the board. Treadwell is off the board. Now the Browns are left to choose between help on the offensive or defensive line. Reports suggest that Cleveland is high on Lawson, so they may reach on him here.
9. Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Ronnie Stanley, OT, Notre Dame. The Buccaneers need help on the offensive line following the retirement of Logan Mankins. Stanley fills an immediate hole for Tampa Bay, and comes with loads of upside. A safe pick for Tampa Bay.
10. New York Giants. Vernon Hargreaves, CB, Florida. The Giants could easily select Ezekiel Elliot here, but rumors suggest that they do not have a big interest in him. The Giants clearly need help on defense, and could go with a series of defensive talents here. Hargreaves gets the nod in my mock.
11. Chicago Bears. Ezekiel Elliot, RB, Ohio State. I know, the Bears need help on defense, and DeForest Buckner is still on the board. Rumors suggest that the Bears are in love with Zeke, and Jeremy Langford may not be an every down back in the NFL. Elliot is a safe option with this pick.
12. New Orleans Saints. DeForest Buckner, DL, Oregon. The Saints are excited that the Bears drafted Elliot; they get a steal with DeForest Buckner at 12th overall. The Saints need defense every year it seems like, and Buckner gives them an elite talent on the defensive line.
13. Miami Dolphins. Eli Apple, CB, Ohio State. The Dolphins could definitely snag Zeke Elliot if he falls, but since he is off the board, they select Eli Apple, a player they spent tons of time on before the draft. He will help strengthen their defense as they wait until later in the draft to grab another runningback.
14. Oakland Raiders. Robert Nkemdiche, DT, Mississippi. Nkemdiche is a perfect example of a player with a ton of talent and a ton of red flags surrounding his character. He's clearly first round talent at DT, but he also has massive character concerns. The Raiders will look past those concerns and nab one of the biggest defensive talents in the draft.
15. Tennessee Titans. Taylor Decker, OT, Ohio State. The Titans miss out on Tunsil, but still grab a top tier offensive tackle prospect in Decker, making their trade back a profitable move. Decker is a hard working guy that doesn't miss games, and he will be a valuable asset for the Titans offensive line. They could also go Jack Conklin here.
16. Detroit Lions. Jack Conklin, OT, Michigan State. Conklin has been getting hyped up since the Combine, but I liked Decker a bit better as a player. At the end of the day, I think it's either Decker or Conklin here. Conklin is the one left on the board, so Conklin it is.
17. Atlanta Falcons. Reggie Ragland, ILB, Alabama. I'm not entirely sold on this pick for the Falcons, but they have shown lots of interest in Ragland. This pick comes down to one of three players in my opinion; the Falcons will select either Darron Lee, Leonard Floyd, or Reggie Ragland here if the board falls like this. Ragland has more upside than Lee, who is consistently being mocked to Atlanta, and he could upgrade Atlanta's defense immediately.
18. Indianapolis Colts. Andrew Billings, DT, Baylor. A bit of a reach? Maybe. Would a center like Ryan Kelly help them keep Andrew Luck upright? Absolutely. That being said, the Colts appear to be in love with Billings as a prospect, and he could be a fit for them in the first round.
19. Buffalo Bills. Kevin Dodd, DE, Clemson. Dodd is a player that can immediately come in and upgrade the Bills defense, helping to fill the void left by Mario Williams. They could also look at Paxton Lynch here but I think they hold out for another season until they make a final decision on Tyrod Taylor's future with the team. Dodd is my pick for Buffalo here.
20. New York Jets. Paxton Lynch, QB, Memphis. The New York Jets have drafted another quarterback! After missing on the big names last season and seemingly being unwilling to commit to Geno Smith, the Jets take another swing at a first round quarterback in Paxton Lynch. He's a project, but one with lots of upside. He's the pick here.
21. Washington Redskins. A'Shawn Robinson, DT, Alabama. How young is Robinson? He just turned 21 on March 21st! He's a talented player with a ton of upside, and should be a stud for years to come in the NFL. He improves every season, and would be an asset to the Redskins. A dark horse candidate here might be WR Michael Thomas from Ohio State, who the Redskins apparently view as the best wide receiver in the draft.
22. Houston Texans. Corey Coleman, WR, Baylor. Hunter Henry is also a strong possibility here, but Corey Coleman adds a versatile weapon to the Houston offense. While Coleman does have a reputation for taking plays off, surrounding him with talented WRs like Jaelen Strong and DeAndre Hopkins should set him up to succeed. Will Fuller might be a better bet here, but Coleman would add a lot to this offense from day one.
23. Minnesota Vikings. Josh Doctson, WR, TCU. Doctson fills an immediate void at WR for Minnesota and would be a perfect fit here. While Mike Zimmer will be tempted by the defensive talent in this draft, I think Doctson is too good of a fit to pass up. Cody Whitehair could also still be a fit here.
24. Cincinnati Bengals. Michael Thomas, WR, Ohio State. I've seen Will Fuller, Treadwell, and Josh Doctson all projected to Cincinnati at 24 overall. I think the Bengals do draft a WR in the first, but I'm going a little different with it. If Treadwell falls, he definitely winds up in Cincy, but he doesn't in this mock, which leaves Michael Thomas as the pick in my mock. Less big play upside than Will Fuller, but more consistency and fewer drops. He adds a nice piece to this offense.
25. Pittsburgh Steelers. Mackenzie Alexander, CB, Clemson. The Steelers need help at corner, and the Steelers get a steal at the position as Alexander falls in their lap with the 25th pick. Huge value pick for Pittsburgh here.
26. Seattle Seahawks. Cody Whitehair, OG, Kansas State. The Seahawks have a clear need for offensive line help, and Whitehair is the best offensive lineman available at this point in the draft. He fills a need, and although they might also go defense here, Whitehair is a clear value pick.
27. Green Bay Packers. Leonard Floyd, OLB, Georgia. The Packers could also go for Hunter Henry here, but Leonard Floyd might just be too much to pass up here. He's a proven defensive playmaker and would help fill out the Packers linebacking corps around Clay Matthews.
28. Kansas City Chiefs. Kendall Fuller, CB, Virginia Tech. The Chiefs are in dire need of a cornerback, and Fuller immediately helps fill this void. He's a guy scouts are torn about, but this late in the first round, he's a value for Kansas City.
29. Arizona Cardinals. Ryan Kelly, C, Alabama. The Cardinals could go a number of directions with this pick, but Kelly offers immediate upside on the offensive line. If he's there, he's a guy that Arizona will think hard about and may wind up drafting.
30. Carolina Panthers. Artie Burns, CB, Miami. The Panthers will likely consider both a runningback and a corner here. This late in the draft, Burns might be a perfect fit. He's an underrated guy that should fall here, and the Panthers could snatch him at pick 30 to fill an area of weakness.
31. Denver Broncos. Connor Cook, QB, Michigan State. The Broncos could go a number of ways with this pick. With the top three quarterbacks off the board, they might opt to cut their losses and either roll with Sanchez for a season or try to make a trade for someone, and draft one of the top available defensive tackle talents like Jarran Reed or Kenny Clark. Or, they could snag Connor Cook, who was viewed by many as one of the top quarterback options heading into this season. He's a gamble, but this pick could happen.
31A. First Round Pick Forfeited by New England Patriots.
32. Cleveland Browns. Derrick Henry, RB, Alabama. Unorthodox pick? Maybe. But rumors suggest that if Henry is available here, the Browns will take him. Henry paired with Johnson in the Cleveland backfield could form a very strong run game.
33. Tennessee Titans. Karl Joseph, S, West Virginia Solid upgrade at safety with one of the best in the draft. This is a good move for the Titans.
34. Dallas Cowboys. Sheldon Rankins, DT, Louisville. The Cowboys are praying that Rankins falls to them at 34 apparently. In this mock, they get their wish, and their guy.
35. San Diego Chargers. William Jackson III, CB, Houston. In round 1, the Chargers snagged Larry Tunsil. Now they upgrade at cornerback since Weddle is gone.
36. Baltimore Ravens. T.J. Green, S, Clemson. The Ravens need help on defense. They get one of the better safety prospects in this draft with Green.
37. San Francisco 49ers. Josh Garnett, G, Stanford. Do the 49ers need a QB? Allegedly, but they are also allegedly sticking with Kaepernick. If they are, an upgrade along their offensive line will help.
38. Jacksonville Jaguars. Jarran Reed, DT, Alabama. A stud defensive tackle to add yet another piece to an up and coming defense? Yes please!
39. Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Chris Jones, DT, Ohio State. The Buccaneers need help along the defensive line. Jones fits in nicely.
40. New York Giants. Darron Lee, LB, Ohio State. Lee falls a bit in this mock, but has the talent to immediately carve out a role in the Giants defense.
41. Chicago Bears. Bronson Kaufusi, DE, BYU. Because the Bears need defensive help. Badly. Kaufusi is a nice piece.
42. Miami Dolphins. Devontae Booker, RB, Utah. Because you didn't really believe that Miami didn't plan on upgrading their running game, did you?
43. Tennessee Titans. Joshua Perry, OLB, Ohio State. Perry is a guy the Titans are high on. I think they snag him early since they have a ton of day 2 picks.
44. Oakland Raiders. Darian Thompson, S, Boise State. The Raiders allegedly won't allow Darian Thompson to fall past this pick. Let's see if that happens.
45. Tennessee Titans. Braxton Miller, WR, Ohio State. The Titans apparently love Braxton Miller, so yet another fit.
46. Detroit Lions. Vernon Butler, DT, Louisiana Tech. Detroit has interest in Vernon Butler, and he has been considered as a potential first round pick for them. He's a steal for them in the 2nd.
47. New Orleans Saints. Noah Spence, OLB, Eastern Kentucky. Defensive upgrade, because the Saints need help on defense just as badly as the bears. Spence is a great value here.
48. Indianapolis Colts. Kamalei Correa, OLB, Boise State. Defensive upgrade for another porous defense. They need help at center too. Will that come later?
49. Buffalo Bills. Christian Hackenberg, QB, Penn State. They passed on Lynch to upgrade their defense. Now they take a chance on one of the more controversial QB prospects, Christian Hackenberg. With Tyrod Taylor still under contract, if they miss, at least they still have a backup plan.
50. Atlanta Falcons. Vonn Bell, S, Ohio State. Bell is a decent safety prospect and should immediately help out in Atlanta.
51. New York Jets. Jason Spriggs, OT, Indiana. They got their quarterback in Paxton Lynch. Now they need to protect him.
52. Houston Texans. Hunter Henry, TE, Arkansas. Henry is the best TE in this draft class, and the Texans have a clear need at the position. Good pick for them.
53. Washington Redskins. Keanu Neal, S, Florida. The Redskins need defensive help, and Neal is a solid option.
54. Minnesota Vikings. Su'a Cravens, OLB/S, USC. Mike Zimmer loves versatile defensive players. Cravens will intrigue him.
55. Cincinnati Bengals. Jaylon Smith, ILB, Notre Dame. Top 10 defensive talent with massive injury concerns. The Bengals can afford to redshirt him for a season after signing Karlos Dansby. While they will more likely go DT here, this move makes sense.
56. Seattle Seahawks. Will Fuller, WR, Notre Dame. Fuller has big play potential but also struggles with drops. The Seahawks take a gamble on him here.
57. Green Bay Packers. Tyler Boyd, WR, Pittsburgh. Here, the Packers add depth to a thinning WR corps that has struggled with injuries lately. Do they have other needs? Of course. But still, this is a value pick.
58. Pittsburgh Steelers. Jonathan Bullard, DT, Florida. With this pick the Steelers continue to work on rebuilding their defense.
59. Kansas City Chiefs. Le'Raven Clark, OT, Texas Tech. Andy Reid loves drafting linemen on both sides of the ball. Here's another one.
60. New England Patriots. Javon Hargrave, DT, South Carolina State. I could see the Patriots upgrading their defensive line in this draft. Hargrave isn't a bad option.
61. New England Patriots. Paul Perkins, RB, UCLA. The Patriots haven't had a top tier running back in years. Perkins could give them that.
62. Carolina Panthers. Carl Nassib, DE, Penn State. Nassib adds some bite to a defensive unit that was one of the best in the league last season.
63. Denver Broncos. Christian Westerman, OG, Arizona State. In the first round, the Broncos snagged their QB of the future. Now they work on protecting him.
64. Tennessee Titans. Emmanuel Ogbah, DE, Ole Miss. Another solid defensive talent to build their front seven.
65. Cleveland Browns. Leonte Carroo, WR, Rutgers. The Browns are in dire need of receiver help. Carroo will play immediately in Cleveland.
66. San Diego Chargers. Pharoh Cooper, WR, South Carolina. The Chargers need playmakers in the twilight of Philip Rivers' career. Cooper is a good young talent at the WR.
67. Dallas Cowboys. Dak Prescott, QB, Mississippi State. The Cowboys have talked up Prescott nonstop through the draft process. This match makes sense.
68. San Francisco 49ers. Kevin Hogan, QB, Stanford. Reaction move. The 49ers sense a QB run to come and make sure to snag someone to push Kaepernick and Gabbert.
69. Jacksonville Jaguars. Roberto Aguayo, K, Florida State. The Jaguars snag the best kicker to enter the draft since Sebastian Janikowski.
70. Baltimore Ravens. Caleb Benenoch, OT, UCLA. The Ravens need offensive line help. Benenoch gives them that.
71. New York Giants. Kenneth Dixon, RB, Louisiana Tech. The Giants running backs are average at best. Dixon gives them an exciting weapon.
72. Chicago Bears. Scooby Wright III, ILB, Arizona. Wright might be a reach this early but in a thin ILB class he gives the Bears a strong talent at the position.
73. Miami Dolphins. Joe Dahl, OG, Washington State. Ryan Tannehill can't complete passes if he can't stay upright. Dahl will help with that issue.
74. Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Shilique Calhoun, DE, Michigan State. Calhoun is a steal this late.
75. Oakland Raiders. Harlan Miller, CB, Southeast Louisiana. Miller helps Oakland continue to build on the defensive side of the ball.
76. Tennessee Titans. KeiVarae Russell, CB, Notre Dame. Russell is a solid cornerback prospect. Suddenly the Titans are looking pretty stacked on defense.
77. Cleveland Browns. Sterling Shepard, WR, Oklahoma. Another wide receiver to try to rebuild an offense around RGIII.
78. New Orleans Saints. Kolby Listenbee, WR, TCU. The Saints could use help at receiver as well. Listenbee gives them that.
79. Philadelphia Eagles. Daniel Lasco, RB, Cal. Complementary running back for the Eagles to work into a committee.
80. Buffalo Bills. Antonio Morrison, ILB, Florida. Strong defensive playmaker for Rex Ryan. This is a pick he will love.
81. Atlanta Falcons. Shon Coleman, OT, Auburn. Offensive line is one of Atlanta's weak points, so this selection makes sense.
82. Indianapolis Colts. Nick Martin, C, Notre Dame. The Colts need a center. Why not give them one of the top two in the draft?
83. New York Jets. CJ Prosise, RB, Notre Dame. The Jets get a playmaker with David Johnson upside.
84. Washington Redskins. Jihad Ward, DE, Illinois. A solid DE prospect, Ward will help upgrade the Washington Redskins' pass rush.
85. Houston Texans. Joe Schobert, OLB, Wisconsin. Schobert and JJ Watt in the same defense? Yes please!
86. Minnesota Vikings. Jordan Jenkins, DE, Georgia. Mike Zimmer, like Marvin Lewis, seems to like Georgia players. I'm going with my gut on this one.
87. Cincinnati Bengals. Jeremy Cash, S, Duke. This pick gives the Bengals some insurance alongside Iloka.
88. Green Bay Packers. Nick Vannett, TE, Ohio State. Good developmental TE prospect for the Packers. I like this pick.
89. Pittsburgh Steelers. Xavien Howard, CB, Baylor. Another defensive player for Pittsburgh.
90. Seattle Seahawks. Tyler Ervin, RB, San Jose State. Ervin could make a nice pair with Thomas Rawls. I'd prefer Jhurell Pressley or Russell Hansbrough here, but Ervin is a nice complementary piece.
91. New England Patriots. Ryan Smith, CB, North Carolina Central. Corner depth for the Patriots. They're tough to read, but this pick makes some sense, right?
92. Arizona Cardinals. Austin Hooper, TE, Stanford. Hooper gives the Cardinals a long-term answer at a position that they have struggled at recently.
93. Carolina Panthers. Jerald Hawkins, OT, LSU. This pick gives Carolina some insurance along the offensive line.
94. Denver Broncos. Joe Haeg, OT, North Dakota State. Most underrated offensive line prospect in the draft. Haeg is a top five tackle prospect in this raft.
95. Detroit Lions. Devon Cajuste, WR, Stanford. WR depth to pair with Tate and Marvin Jones.
96. New England Patriots. Kyle Fackrell, OLB, Utah State. More defensive talent for Belichick to work with.
97. Seattle Seahawks. Hassan Ridgeway, DT, Texas Ridgeway is a value at this point. Smart move for the Seahawks.
98. Denver Broncos. De'Vondre Campbell, OLB, Minnesota. Campbell gives Denver a nice developmental prospect at OLB.
99. Cleveland Browns. Aldophus Washington, DT, Ohio State.
100. Cleveland Browns. Cardale Jones, QB, Ohio State.
101. Dallas Cowboys. Rashard Robinson, CB, LSU.
102. San Diego Chargers. Jerrell Adams, TE, South Carolina.
103. Jacksonville Jaguars. Charles Tapper, DE, Oklahoma.
104. Baltimore Ravens. Sebastian Tretola, OG, Arkansas.
105. San Francisco 49ers. BJ Goodson, ILB, Clemson.
106. Chicago Bears. Victor Ochi, DE/OLB, Stony Brook.
107. Miami Dolphins. Jordan Payton, WR, UCLA.
108. Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Daniel Braverman, WR, Western Michigan.
109. New York Giants. Landon Turner, OG, North Carolina.
110. Los Angeles Rams. DeMarcus Robinson, WR, Florida.
111. Detroit Lions. Will Redmond, CB, Mississippi State.
112. New Orleans Saints. Kevin Byard, S, Middle Tennessee State.
113. Los Angeles Rams. Matt Judon, DE, Grand Valley State.
114. Oakland Raiders. Kenyan Drake, RB, Alabama.
115. Atlanta Falcons. Tyler Higbee, TE, Western Kentucky.
116. Indianapolis Colts. Jhurell Pressley, RB, New Mexico.
117. Buffalo Bills. Joe Thuney, OG, NC State.
118. New York Jets. D.J. Reader, DT, Clemson.
119. Houston Texans. Rees Odhiambo, OG/OT, Boise State.
120. Washington Redskins. Miles Killebrew, S, Southern Utah.
121. Minnesota Vikings. Willie Beavers, OT, Western Michigan.
122. Cincinnati Bengals. Sheldon Day, DT, Notre Dame.
123. Pittsburgh Steelers. Vadal Alexander, OG/OT, LSU.
124. Seattle Seahawks. Thomas Duarte, TE, UCLA.
125. Green Bay Packers. James Bradberry, CB, Samford.
126. Kansas City Chiefs. Willie Henry, DE, Michigan.
127. Chicago Bears. Ben Braunecker, TE, Harvard.
128. Arizona Cardinals. Jacoby Brissett, QB, North Carolina State.
129. Carolina Panthers. Jordan Howard, RB, Indiana.
130. Baltimore Ravens. Tyler Matakevich, ILB, Temple.
131. Green Bay Packers. Matt Ioannidis, ILB, Temple.
132. Baltimore Ravens. Fahn Cooper, OT, Ole Miss.
133. San Francisco 49ers. Connor McGovern, OG, Missouri.
134. Baltimore Ravens. Jonathan Williams, RB, Arkansas.
135. Dallas Cowboys. Malcolm Mitchell, WR, Georgia.
136. Denver Broncos. Josh Ferguson, RB, Illinois.
137. Green Bay Packers. Adam Gotsis, DE, Georgia Tech.
138. Cleveland Browns. Cyrus Jones, CB, Alabama.
139. Buffalo Bills. Rashard Higgins, WR, Colorado State.
140. Tennessee Titans. Yannik Ngakoue, OLB, Maryland.
141. Cleveland Browns. Nick Kwiatkowski, ILB, West Virginia.
142. San Francisco 49ers. Jatavis Brown, OLB, Akron.
143. Oakland Raiders. Charone Peake, WR, Clemson.
144. Denver Broncos. Chris Moore, WR, Cincinnati.
145. San Francisco 49ers. Bryce Williams, TE, Eastern Carolina.
146. Jacksonville Jaguars. Cody Kessler, QB, USC.
147. Miami Dolphins. K.J. Dillon, S, West Virginia.
148. Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Maliek Collins, DT, Nebraska.
149. New York Giants. Graham Glasgow, G/C, Michigan.
150. Chicago Bears. Zack Sanchez, CB, Oklahoma.
151. Detroit Lions. Cody Core, WR, Ole Miss.
152. New Orleans Saints. Kevon Seymour, CB, USC.
153. Philadelphia Eagles. Brandon Shell, T, South Carolina.
154. Oakland Raiders. Dominick Jackson, G, Alabama.
155. Indianapolis Colts. Max Tuerk G/C, USC.
156. Buffalo Bills. Dan Vitale, TE, Northwestern.
157. Denver Broncos. Beau Sandland, TE, Montana State.
158. Washington Redskins. Brandon Allen, QB, Arkansas.
159. Houston Texans. A.J. Stamps, S, Kentucky.
160. Minnesota Vikings. Ken Crawley, CB, Colorado.
161. Cincinnati Bengals. Isaac Seumalo, C, Oregon State.
162. Kansas City Chiefs. Glenn Gronkowski, FB, Kansas State.
163. Green Bay Packers. Kelvin Taylor, RB, Florida.
164. Philadelphia Eagles. Eric Striker, OLB, Oklahoma.
165. Kansas City Chiefs. Daryl Worley, CB, West Virginia.
166. Houston Texans. Tavon Young, CB, Temple.
167. Arizona Cardinals. Stephane Nembot, OT, Colorado.
168. Carolina Panthers. Drew Kaser, P, Texas A&M.
169. Detroit Lions. Dadi Nicolas, DE, Virginia Tech.
170. Arizona Cardinals. Tyvis Powell, S, Ohio State.
171. Seattle Seahawks. Tyler Marz, OT, Wisconsin.
172. Cleveland Browns. Jack Allen, C, Michigan State.
173. Cleveland Browns. D.J. White, CB, Georgia Tech.
174. San Francisco 49ers. DeMarcus Robinson, WR, Florida.
175. San Diego Chargers. Ronald Blair, DE, Appalachian State.
176. Cleveland Browns. Deiondre' Hall, FS, Northern Iowa.
177. Los Angeles Rams. Jonathan Jones, CB, Auburn.
178. San Francisco 49ers. Halapoulivaati Vaitai, T, TCU.
179. San Diego Chargers. Moritz Boehringer, WR, Germany.
180. Minnesota Vikings. Elijah Shumate, SS, Notre Dame.
181. Jacksonville Jaguars. Tajae Sharpe, WR, Massachusetts.
182. Baltimore Ravens. Briean Boddy-Calhoun, CB, Minnesota.
183. Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Matt Skura, C, Duke.
184. New York Giants. Ka'imi Fairbain, K, UCLA.
185. Chicago Bears. Vernon Adams, QB, Oregon State.
186. Miami Dolphins. Quinton Jefferson, DT, Maryland.
187. Washington Redskins. Peyton Barber, RB, Cal.
188. Philadelphia Eagles. Kyle Murphy, OT, Stanford.
189. Dallas Cowboys. Keith Marshall, RB, Georgia.
190. Los Angeles Rams. Darion Griswold, TE, Arkansas State.
191. Detroit Lions. Trevor Davis, WR, Cal.
192. Buffalo Bills. Alex Redmond, G, UCLA.
193. Tennessee Titans. Peyton Barber, RB, Auburn.
194. Oakland Raiders. Justin Simmons, S, Boston College.
195. Houston Texans. Kentrell Brothers, ILB, Missouri.
196. New England Patriots. Antwoine Williams, ILB, Georgia Southern.
197. Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Russell Hansbrough, RB, Missouri.
198. San Diego Chargers. Joe Licata, QB, Buffalo.
199. Cincinnati Bengals. Branden Jackson, DE, Texas Tech.
200. Green Bay Packers. Dominique Robertson, T, West Georgia.
201. Jacksonville Jaguars. Avery Young. OG/OT, Auburn.
202. Detroit Lions. Geronimo Allison, WR, Illinois.
203. Kansas City Chiefs. Josh Forrest, ILB, Kentucky.
204. New England Patriots. David Morgan, TE, Texas-San Antonio.
205. Arizona Cardinals. Harlan Miller, CB, SE Louisiana.
206. Chicago Bears. Marquez North, WR, Tennessee.
207. San Francisco 49ers. Gerald Dixon, DT, South Carolina.
208. New England Patriots. Romeo Okwara, DE, Notre Dame.
209. Baltimore Ravens. Aaron Wallace, OLB, UCLA.
210. Detroit Lions. Maurice Canady, CB, Virginia.
211. San Francisco 49ers. Jay Lee, WR, Baylor.
212. Dallas Cowboys. Tyrone Holmes, OLB, Montana.
213. San Francisco 49ers. Greg Milhouse, DT, Campbell.
214. New England Patriots. Keenan Reynolds, RB, Navy.
215. Seattle Seahawks. Beniquez Brown, OLB, Mississippi State.
216. Dallas Cowboys. D'haquille Williams, WR, Auburn.
217. Dallas Cowboys. Jerald Hawkins, OT, LSU.
218. Buffalo Bills. Roger Lewis, WR, Bowling Green.
219. Denver Broncos. Hunter Sharp, WR, Utah State.
220. Pittsburgh Steelers. Wendell Smallwood, RB, West Virginia.
221. New England Patriots. Pearce Slater, OT, San Diego State.
222. Tennessee Titans. Kivon Cartwright, TE, Colorado State.
223. Cleveland Browns. Ryan Malleck, TE, Virginia Tech.
224. San Diego Chargers. Mike Thomas, WR, Southern Miss.
225. Seattle Seahawks. Ricardo Louis, WR, Auburn.
226. Jacksonville Jaguars. Ted Karras, OG, Illinois.
227. Miami Dolphins. Montese Overton, OLB, East Carolina.
228. Denver Broncos. Nick VanHoose, CB, Northwestern.
229. Pittsburgh Steelers. Riley Dixon, P, Syracuse.
230. Chicago Bears. Darius Latham, DT, Indiana.
231. Miami Dolphins. Robby Anderson, WR, Temple.
232. Washington Redskins. Juston Burris, CB, North Carolina State.
233. Philadelphia Eagles. Jalin Marshall, WR, Ohio State.
234. Oakland Raiders. Anthony Bilal, RB, Lake Erie College.
235. New York Jets. Kalan Reed, CB, Southern Miss.
236. Detroit Lions. Jake McGee, TE, Florida.
237. New Orleans Saints. Will Ratelle, FB, North Dakota State.
238. Atlanta Falcons. Alex Huettel, OG, Bowling Green.
239. Indianapolis Colts. Elandon Roberts, ILB, Houston.
240. Minnesota Vikings. Alonzo Russell, WR, Toledo.
241. New York Jets. Trevone Boykin, QB, TCU.
242. Washington Redskins. Josh Atkinson, CB, Azusa Pacific.
243. New England Patriots. Trent Corney, DE/LB, Virginia.
244. Minnesota Vikings. Mehdi Abesmad, DL, Boston College.
245. Cincinnati Bengals. LaQuan McGowan, TE, Baylor.
246. Pittsburgh Steelers. Jonathan Woodard, DE, Central Arkansas.
247. Seattle Seahawks. Felix Faubert-Lussier, LB/WR, Laval Rouge et Or.
248. Green Bay Packers. Adairius Barnes, CB, Louisiana Tech.
249. Kansas City Chiefs. Stephen Alexander, TE, Cal.
250. New England Patriots. Taylor Fallin, T, Memphis.
251. Philadelphia Eagles. Jordan Swindle, T, Kentucky.
252. Carolina Panthers. Boomer Mays, LB, Northern Illinois
253. Denver Broncos. Darrell Greene, G, San Diego State.