2015 NFL Mock Draft:-
My first round and second round will have an analysis and explanation on why I see those picks going where they went. The rest of the rounds will just be the picks. I have been studying film and watching the who works out where news as well as looking at other mocks around for the past 3 months. My picks will be based off talent and team needs.
Round 1 Pick
1. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Jameis Winston, QB, Florida State. This pick is to me the only one that makes sense. The Buccaneers need a good bit of help but they need to build from the QB position. This year’s draft class is really short on QB’s but Winston is without a doubt the top option at this position and would be the only logical fit here.
2. Tennessee Titans – Leonard Williams, DL, USC. This pick could be traded to the Jets or Eagles but I realistically think the Titans would ask for too much. So I think knowing next year’s draft could have more potential at QB the Titans will go with their biggest need here and work on the Defensive line. I can see them giving Mettenberger one more shot while they draft a QB later to give themselves a possible option if he can’t live hope to their expectations. Williams isn’t the best available but it seems like the Titans organization has really focused on him.
3. Jacksonville Jaguars – Dante Fowler Jr, OLB/DE, Florida. Dante is my top player in the 2015 NFL draft and the Jaguars need help on defense. Dante would be a great much needed addition for the Jaguars and would help them build for their future. He will be an immediate force on this defense.
4. Oakland Raiders – Amari Cooper, WR, Alabama. Amari is my second ranked WR in this draft but he seems to be the favorite by Oakland. The Raiders really need help for Carr at QB to throw to especially after losing Moore. This pick could be a defensive one instead but I am leaning more towards the WR because it is in my opinion their biggest needs so why not get a star.
5. Washington Redskins – Randy Gregory, OLB, Nebraska. Randy had the marijuana issue during the combine which might hurt his draft stock a little bit but I think the Redskins look past it and grab Randy here. He is an extremely talented future star with a ton of potential.
6. New York Jets – Shane Ray, DE, Missouri. Shane is a future star with a lot of potential and the Jets start their rebuild here with Shane to go with their already great defensive lineman. Some people see them going QB but I don’t see them giving up on Geno just yet, giving him one more year to compete and prove he can handle it. So as long as they go defense I see Shane Ray being the logical pick here.
7. Chicago Bears – Vic Beasley, OLB, Clemson. This is a great pick for a defense who needs to start rebuilding immediately. The Bears could go WR but I am not jumping on that train, everyone seems to think they lost Brandon Marshall so they have to get a first round WR but they have Alshon and this WR class is deep. Vic Beasley is going to be a great add defensively and I see the Bears capitalizing here on him being available.
8. Atlanta Falcons – Ereck Flowers, OT, Miami. Ereck is a great talent here and would make a lot of sense because the Falcons seem to not be able to protect Matt Ryan whatsoever. I know the Falcons need defense but they have to be able to protect their star QB.
9. New York Giants – Brandon Scherff, OG, Iowa. Brandon Scherff is a great add for the Giants here. They really need to get someone on that o-line to protect Eli and give the guy a chance to stand up and throw instead of spending most the game on his back. The Giants have other needs to become competitive again but if they can start with the O-line they can at least start to throw the ball and run as well again.
10. St. Louis Rams – Kevin White, WR, West Virginia. The Rams got Nick Foles in an offseason moving giving up Sam Bradford. Well now they need someone to catch the ball when Foles throws it. Kevin is my number on WR and I think Jeff Fisher and co. will be happy to add such an incredible talent. He would go well with Jared Cook and Brian Quick and complete the weapon finding mission for the Rams.
11. Minnesota Vikings – Trae Waynes, CB, Michigan State. Trae is the best corner in the draft no doubt about that one. The Vikings I originally thought they could add WR then they got Mike Wallace so now their other biggest worry is defense. Trae will help a terrible pass defense in a division with Aaron Rodgers and Matt Stafford along with their weapons. The Vikings adding pass protection here makes the most sense.
12. Cleveland Browns (trade this pick to Eagles and second round pick for Sam Bradford) – Marcus Mariota, QB, Oregon. Mariota is going to be reunited with Chip Kelly regardless of what he has said in press conferences. This trade makes sense for both teams because the Browns will get Bradford like they wanted and the Eagles will get Chips’ dream kid as it would seem.
13. New Orleans Saints – Danny Shelton, DT, Washington. Danny adds to the heavy defensive draft and will become a great add for a team that needs defense. Danny is the best DT in the draft and the Saints won’t miss out on this opportunity. This will be a good move for the Saints as they try to build a defense.
14. Miami Dolphins – Breshad Perriman, WR, Central Florida. The Dolphins have added Kenny Stills after losing Mike Wallace and Brian Hartline. They still need to add more depth at WR for their young QB Ryan Tannehill to throw too. Breshad is a good addition here and would make a lot of sense. This pick wouldn’t just make Dolphin fans happy it will make Ryan Tannehill happy which makes the whole organization happy.
15. San Francisco 49ers – Benardrick McKinney, LB, Mississippi State. Benardick makes the most sense here. I know they still have Navarro Bowman but he is an injury risk. The Niners in this off season lost future would have been superstar Chris Borland due to retirement as well as losing Patrick Willis to retirement. Their linebackers were devastated this offseason so now they need to get a good one while they can.
16. Houston Texans – Marcus Peters, CB, Washington. Marcus Peters is a future star and will be a great addition for the Texans secondary. He could go earlier in my opinion but the needs of the other teams before the Texans aren’t necessarily CB heavy. So the Texans would capitalize on him still being available and grab Peters and just make their already scary defense more elite.
17. San Diego Chargers – Andrus Peat, OT, Stanford. I see almost everyone is saying the Chargers go RB in the first round but why is my question to them. This RB class is deep and they have Woodhead and Branden Oliver already. Their needs are definitely on the offensive line. I can’t guarantee they keep Phillip Rivers but no matter who they put behind the center, they will need to protect him. This pick makes the most sense to me without a doubt.
18. Kansas City Chiefs – Cameron Erving, C, Florida State. Cameron is a great choice for the Chiefs, I would have originally given them a WR but they have Jeremy Maclin now. So now that they helped their WR issues they need to protect their overpaid QB and help Jamaal Charles. Cameron Erving is the best center in this draft without a doubt and will be a great pick for the Chiefs here.
19. Cleveland Browns (from Buffalo Bills) – DeVante Parker, WR, Louisville. The Browns will use their first pick of the draft to get a WR to help their new added QB Sam Bradford. Their WR core is pretty weak with Josh Gordon being suspended again because he has yet to mature. DeVante would be a great add for the Browns and help them add another star to an organization that needs one at this position.
20. Philadelphia Eagles – Landon Collins, SS, Alabama. Landon Collins and Marcus Mariota in the same draft that would make Chip Kelly shed tears of happiness. Landon is a beast at the safety position and will be a force immediately. He is without a doubt the best pick here in the draft for the Eagles to make.
21. Cincinnati Bengals – Bud Dupree, OLB, Kentucky. Bud is a good option here to play on the other side of Burfict and Hawk. That would make a scary linebacking core. This move could be an offensive line move just I think they take advantage of a defensive option being there and grab him.
22. Pittsburgh Steelers – Kevin Johnson, CB, Wake Forrest. The Steelers secondary is decimated and they need to grab a future star here with this pick. Kevin Johnson is a great option at this point for the Steelers. With this pick they will continue to rebuild this aged defense and start the move to be a top ranked defense again.
23. Detroit Lions – Eddie Goldman, DT, Florida State. No more Suh and Fairley is possibly gone within the next season so they grab a big need in a division with Eddie Lacy, Forte, and Adrian Peterson. Eddie would be a great addition to this defense and I think the Lions would happily take him here to be the replacement for Suh.
24. Arizona Cardinals – Eli Harold, OLB, Virginia. I know a lot of people are saying the Cardinals go RB here and that makes plenty of sense honestly but I see them fixing the only hole on their defense first. Eli Harold at pick number 24 is a steal in my eyes and the Cardinals will see his name still sitting there and grab him immediately.
25. Carolina Panthers – DJ Humphries, OT, Florida. The Panthers offensive line is terrible and they need to get that fixed immediately so superman can do work again. If they can draft smart this year they could be contenders. This is a smart first pick for them because DJ will be a good move to starting to protect Cam Newton.
26. Baltimore Ravens – Dorral Green-Beckham, WR, Oklahoma. It’s either WR, RB, or CB but I see the Ravens trying to replace Torrey Smith and Jacoby Jones. They managed to keep Justin Forsett so I don’t think that is a first round issue and the Ravens still have Jimmy Smith and Ladarius Webb and corner so I think that issue can be addressed later. Dorral is a great WR with a whole ton of upside possibly the most in the WR class if he can get his character issues under control. John Harbaugh seems to be able to take care of those character issues so it will be views as a welcome challenge to a team short on WR’s.
27. Dallas Cowboys – Melvin Gordon, RB, Wisconsin. The Cowboys foolishly allowed DeMarco Murray to walk away, yes they got Derrick McFadden but that is just an injury waiting to happen. So where do the Cowboys go? To the best RB to enter the NFL draft since Adrian Peterson. Melvin Gordon sitting here at 27 to a team that needs a RB is the only obvious move in my eyes.
28. Denver Broncos – La’El Collins, OT, LSU. La’El is a much needed add to this team who needs to protect their old and injured Peyton Manning. If the Broncos want to win one superbowl with Peyton this is the year it has to happen and La’El should be their pick here because they need to add some weight up front in front of Peyton and the RB crew.
29. Indianapolis Colts – TJ Clemmings, OT, Pittsburgh. The Colts have holes on offensive line and their RB’s and they will look to solidify those in this draft. That will start here by taking a hard working strong TJ Clemmings who will be a great immediate add to their team. Clemmings will be great for the Colts and I think Andrew Luck is hoping they jump on this opportunity.
30. Green Bay Packers – Denzel Perryman, ILB, Miami. AJ Hawk is gone and the Packers would be stupid not to use Matthews back outside. To give Clay the option to be the pass rusher he was born to be they need to get a run stopping machine as soon as they can. Here is their opportunity, Denzel is in my opinion the best inside linebacker in this draft class. I think Ted Thompson, McCarthy, and Dom Capers would be salivating at this opportunity.
31. New Orleans Saints (from Seattle Seahawks) – Byron Jones, CB, Connecticut. The Saints are going to use the Seahawks pick to build their defense even more after already grabbing Danny Shelton earlier in the first round. The Saints will be looking to help their pass defense and Byron Jones is definitely a player I can see them grabbing right away. This pick along with Shelton will give the Saints players who can become immediate starters for their organization.
32. New England Patriots – Arik Armstead, DT, Oregon. The Patriots lost Vince Wilfork and realized they now have to face a LeSean McCoy and Fred Jackson tandem twice a year. The genius himself won’t miss out on the addition of a good run stopping DT. This pick could be a corner but I think the genius has a plan and it’s definitely a DT in the first round.
Round 2 Pick (overall)
1 (33). Tennessee Titans – Jake Fisher, OT, Titans. The titans will do what they can do to protect Mettenberger since they are giving him a chance this season to show them what he really can do. I think their biggest hole could be OT actually so this could be a good add especially at this spot.
2 (34). Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Cedric Ogbuehi, OT, Texas A&M. Cedric makes sense here since the Buccaneers offensive line is weak and they would like to protect their first pick in this draft. Cedric is the best available OT left at this point and it would be a great option to add here. This pick will help make this offensive line stronger immediately and give Winston something to already be happy about before taking a single snap.
3 (35). Oakland Raiders – Eric Rowe, CB, Utah. Eric Rowe is a good player and will be a great selection here for the Raiders. This defense will get even better than they already seem to be getting. Eric Rowe would be a quick add without hesitation honestly. Eric Rowe is a smart corner and will be a good addition for the future of this defense.
4 (36). Jacksonville Jaguars – Todd Gurley, RB, Georgia. Todd Gurley is supposedly the first round pick but injury risk plus lack of true RB needs makes me drop him a bit. He is a good player don’t get me wrong but lack of serious RB needs he falls here. I think when Jacksonville sees this kid here they will go crazy and take him immediately. They have Denard Robinson but he isn’t a true number one, he and Gurley together would be one of the best young one-two punches in the league. This move makes a lot of sense and is a good move for the Jaguars.
5 (37). New York Jets – Jaelen Strong, WR, Arizona State. This pick here could be a few positions but I am going to take a shot here and say if the Jets want Geno to be successful they need someone for him to be able to throw to. Jaelen Strong is a good WR with a whole lot of talent and could easily be on the Jets radar.
6 (38). Washington Redskins – Donovan Smith, OT, Penn State. Donovan might be a tad of a reach here but the Skins need to address their issues on the RT position and hopefully Donovan could be completing that for them. The Redskins could go back on defense but I believe they will address the issue of protecting RGIII or whoever they put behind the center this year.
7 (39). Chicago Bears – Jordan Phillips, DT, Oklahoma. The Bears again need to address their issues on defense. Their defensive line needs to be able to stop the run and put pressure on the QB. This addition will help this team get better instantly along with Vic Beasley. The Bears will consider going WR possibly here but I think when they see Jordan still on their big board they will grab him without looking back.
8 (40). New York Giants – Cody Prewitt, FS, Ole Miss. Cody Prewitt is the best free safety available in this draft and the Giants biggest weakness is absolutely their safety issues. If the Giants can address their offensive line in the first round it would be a great move to grab a safety now especially at this point in the draft for someone as talented as Cody Prewitt. The move is a good one to say the least and I think the Giants organization will agree.
9 (41). St. Louis Rams – AJ Cann, OG, South Carolina. Look Nick Foles is as injury prone as Sam Bradford is and the Rams need to avoid their need addition at QB getting injured. So that being said they must build that offensive line that could never protect Sam Bradford. AJ is the best guard in this draft class and the Rams will most likely make the move before he gets away. There are plenty of teams in the second round that would grab AJ Cann if they can.
10 (42). Atlanta Falcons – Stephone Anthony, ILB, Clemson. Stephone is a great add here for a team needing a middle linebacker. Since they addressed the offensive line during the first round and will now build the defense. Stephone is a great player and has great skill sets that can be improved and could be a future star behind coach Dan Quinn.
11 (43). Cleveland Browns (pick now the Eagles) – Phillip Dorsett, WR, Miami. Phillip is a great option for the Eagles who need a WR. They are going to look for a WR to replace Jeremy Maclin in the second round and I think Dorsett will go well alongside Jordan Matthews. This pick is to me the one that makes the most sense after they already added a safety and a QB.
12 (44). New Orleans Saints – Laken Tomlinson, OG, Duke. Laken will be a great addition to the Saints. They need to find a way to keep protecting Drew Brees and help Spiller and Ingram run better. The Saints at this point in the draft after drafting two defensive players need to make sure they build up their only big hole on offense.
13 (45). Minnesota Vikings – Paul Dawson, ILB, TCU. Paul Dawson is a great add for a team struggling at linebacker. The Vikings already added a top level corner to go opposite of another top level corner in Xavier Rhodes. Now they will build up the middle of their defense and get a future superstar linebacker. This pick will be a great opportunity to do that and Dawson will get them moving forward.
14 (46). San Francisco 49ers – Carl Davis, DT, Iowa. The 49ers need defense all the way through top to bottom. I think they intelligently grab Carl Davis here who is a tad undervalued and could be a great steal for the 49ers. He is a solid hard working powerful run stopping beast the 49ers will be glad to jump on at this pick.
15 (47). Miami Dolphins – Ali Marpet, OG, Hobart. Ali Marpet is a good option here for the Dolphins who need to protect their upcoming star QB. I like Marpet’s talent level and work ethic and I believe he will do what it takes to show this organization that they won’t make a mistake drafting him 47th overall which some may say is a tad high but it’s a definite need for this team.
16 (48). San Diego Chargers – Owamagbe Odighizuwa, DE, UCLA. Here is a steal for the Chargers. This guy could easily be a first round option but due to lack of priority needs at his position after the first few he dropped a little bit. Don’t let his spot taken in the draft though make you think any less in any way about him because this kid is a star to be and the Chargers should take him without hesitation if he is available at this pick.
17 (49). Kansas City Chiefs – Grady Jarrett, DT, Clemson. Grady Jarrett is a great option at DT and the Chiefs need to upgrade at that position. This pick will be a great one and move them forward in their division a bit more and solidify their already amazing defense.
18 (50). Buffalo Bills – Bryce Petty, QB, Baylor. I personally think they should give EJ Manuel the chance he deserves. That being said, reports have been coming out of Buffalo’s camp that they personally love Bryce Petty and would have no issues drafting him and having him join the 4 man QB battle. The Bills are an organization moving forward and they think the QB spot is an issue still regardless that EJ Manuel is according to their star WR Sammy Watkins a changed man. So if they think the QB is truly an issue this pick makes sense since the franchise seems to love him.
19 (51). Houston Texans – Nelson Agholor, WR, Southern California. The Texans need a good option to replace Andre Johnson and go opposite of DeAndre Hopkins. Now I know we won’t know who the actual starting QB is for a while but whoever it is would like to throw the ball to someone good. Agholor is a great WR and will fit nicely with DeAndre Hopkins in a good young tandem.
20 (52). Philadelphia Eagles – Tre Jackson, OG, Florida State. Tre is a good fit here because they need help on the offensive line a bit. They already added a QB and WR why not give them someone to help protect that QB so he can hit his new WR. Tre is going to the logical move for sure but there isn’t a guarantee because nobody including Chip Kelly knows what Chip Kelly is doing.
21 (53). Cincinnati Bengals – Sammie Coates, WR, Auburn. The Bengals are weak at WR behind AJ Green and they can fix that this year in one of the deepest drafts for WR’s. This move makes a lot of sense because yes they have Marvin Jones and Muhammad Sanu behind AJ but neither of those two are a pure #2 option for Andy Dalton, Sammie Coates can be a true number #2 and another great option in general.
22 (54). Detroit Lions – Ronald Darby, CB, Florida State. The Lions continue to build their defensive unit and add a good young cover corner. This defense last year was great and it was surprising but they still need to add a CB who can cover the slot and be one day their number 1 or 2 corner, Ronald Darby will provide them with just that.
23 (55). Arizona Cardinals – Ameer Abdullah, RB, Nebraska. Arizona didn’t go RB in the first round realizing they needed a steady OLB who can play every down and go into the future. So this round they go ahead and grab a good RB who can become their number one back and be a great option instead of needing Carson Palmer to throw it every down. I think if Arizona want to be true title contenders that offense is going to need to develop a ground game.
24 (56). Pittsburgh Steelers – Damarious Randall, FS, Arizona State. I agree 100% with what Mike said about the Steelers trying to fill the void left by Troy Polamalu. This kid is the second best selection at that position behind Cody Prewitt who I have already seen go off the board so the Steelers will take their shot with Randall. Randall is a good safety who with proper coaching will be able to fix the few holes in his game and become a reliable every down safety for the Steelers.
25 (57). Carolina Panthers – Devin Smith, WR, Ohio State. The Panthers got a gem last year in Kelvin Benjamin and look to give Cam another target to throw to after adding protection for Cam on the O-line. I think the Panthers will be lucky to grab Devin Smith here and they will realize that and pull the trigger making Cam’s lack-luster WR corps of a year ago a top young threatening WR corps of the future.
26 (58). Baltimore Ravens – Jay Ajayi, RB, Boise State. Jay Ajayi is a good option here because Forsett does need someone to lighten the load with especially after losing the often injured Benard Pierce in the offseason the Ravens definitely could use a player at RB who looks like a bright star for the future.
27 (59). Denver Broncos – Maxx Williams,TE, Minnesota. Maxx is going to be the most logical pick here and the Packers are sitting back there 3 spots back angry right now. The Broncos know Peyton love to throw to tight ends and losing Julius Thomas really hurts Peyton’s effectiveness. So the Broncos are going to make Peyton happy again and give him a young star in Maxx Williams who will be a great future for this organization at this position.
28 (60). Dallas Cowboys – PJ Williams, CB, Florida State. PJ Williams makes the most sense here because the Cowboys need a corner who can start now as a number 2. In time I believe PJ with coaching of course can grow and become the Cowboys number 1 possibly one day at corner. This would be a great move for Jerry Jones to address their two biggest needs in the first two rounds.
29 (61). Indianapolis Colts – Ibraheim Campbell, SS, Northwestern. This is arguably the Colts biggest need behind O-line and they will address it here. Campbell is a good safety but does have a few holes in his game which coaching will most likely address and make him a great safety in time and give the Colts another solid defensive player in a passing league.
30 (62). Green Bay Packers – Ifo Ekpre-Olomu, CB, Oregon. Now if this kid didn’t have the knee injury at the end of the season we would be talking about him as a first round talent. I think Ted Thompson is the smartest guy in the NFL when it comes to drafting talent and he will realize the absolute steal he is getting here with this pick. The Packers “need” a corner because they lost Tramon Williams but they don’t need one to arrive week one they do still have Sam Shields and Casey Hayward, they can also have Micah Hyde play some corner too so they won’t rush Olomu back and will coach him to greatness.
31 (63). Seattle Seahawks – Devin Funchess, WR, Michigan. Jimmy Graham is already in Seattle and now they add Funchess who is a pure power house at WR. He is a tweener really between TE/WR a lot like Jimmy Graham and JerMichael Finley. He will be another big option for Russell to throw to as they look to get their star QB more firing power to take some of the load off the aging Marshawn Lynch.
32 (64). New England Patriots – Quinten Rollins, CB, Miami (Ohio). The Patriots didn’t just lose Vince Wilfork they also managed to lose Darrell Revis and I continue to wonder where the money Tom Brady keeps cutting back on is going. This pick will be a good addition to the Patriots as they will look to show that they don’t miss either of those two stars and make themselves still a defensive nightmare.
Round 3 Pick (overall)
1 (65). Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Preston Smith, DE, Mississippi State.
2 (66). Tennessee Titans – Josh Shaw, CB, USC.
3 (67). Jacksonville Jaguars – Arie Kouandijio, OG, Alabama.
4 (68). Oakland Raiders – Tevin Coleman, RB, Indiana.
5 (69). Washington Redskins – D’ Joun Smith, CB, Florida Atlantic.
6 (70). New York Jets – Brett Hundley, QB, UCLA.
7 (71). Chicago Bears – Tyler Lockett, WR, Kansas State.
8 (72). St. Louis Rams – Doran Grant, CB, Ohio State.
9 (73). Atlanta Falcons – Hau’oli Kikaha, OLB, Washington.
10 (74). New York Giants – Michael Bennett, DT, Ohio State.
11 (75). New Orleans Saints – Lorenzo Mauldin, OLB, Louisville.
12 (76). Minnesota Vikings – Ty Sambrailo, OT, Colorado State.
13 (77). Cleveland Browns – Jordan Hicks, OLB, Texas.
14 (78). New Orleans Saints (from Miami Dolphins) – Rashad Greene, WR, Florida State.
15 (79). San Francisco 49ers – Nate Orchard, DE, Utah.
16 (80). Kansas City Chiefs – Tre McBride, WR, William & Mary.
17 (81). Buffalo Bills – John Miller, OG, Louisville.
18 (82). Houston Texans – Davis Tull, OLB, Chatanooga.
19 (83). San Diego Chargers – Duke Johnson, RB, Miami.
20 (84). Philadelphia Eagles – Alex Carter, CB, Stanford.
21 (85). Cincinnati Bengals – Xavier Cooper, DT, Washington State.
22 (86). Arizona Cardinals – Danielle Hunter, DE, LSU.
23 (87). Pittsburgh Steelers – Rob Havenstein, OT, Wisconsin.
24 (88). Detroit Lions – Mitch Morse, OG, Missouri.
25 (89). Carolina Panthers – TJ Yeldon, RB, Alabama.
26 (90). Baltimore Ravens – Jaquiski Tartt, SS, Samford.
27 (91). Dallas Cowboys – Marcus Hardison, DT, Arizona State.
28 (92). Denver Broncos – BJ Finney, C, Kansas State.
29 (93). Indianapolis Colts – Jeremy Langford, RB, Michigan State.
30 (94). Green Bay Packers – Mario Edwards Jr, DE, Florida State.
31 (95). Seattle Seahawks – Hroniss Grasu, C, Oregon.
32 (96). New England Patriots – Justin Hardy, WR, East Carolina.
33 (97). New England Patriots (compensatory selection) – James Sample, SS, Louisville.
34 (98). Kansas City Chiefs (compensatory selection) – Jamison Crowder, WR, Duke.
35 (99). Cincinnati Bengals (compensatory selection) – Trey Flowers, DE, Arkansas
Round 4 Pick (overall)
1 (100). Tennessee Titans – Kevin White, CB, TCU.
2 (101). New England Patriots (from Tampa Bay Buccaneers) –Steven Nelson, CB, Oregon State.
3 (102). Oakland Raiders – Za’Darius Smith, DE, Kentucky.
4 (103). Jacksonville Jaguars – Senquez Golson, CB, Ole Miss.
5 (104). New York Jets – Ben Beckwith, OG, Mississippi State.
6 (105). Washington Redskins – Derron Smith, FS, Fresno State.
7 (106). Chicago Bears – Reese Dismukes, C, Auburn.
8 (107). Atlanta Falcons – Clive Walford, TE, Miami.
9 (108). New York Giants – Ben Heeney, ILB, Kansas.
10 (109). Tampa Bay Buccaneers (from St. Louis Rams) – Taiwan Jones, ILB, Michigan State.
11 (110). Minnesota Vikings – Josue Matias, OG, Florida State.
12 (111). Cleveland Browns – Rakeem Nunez-Roches, DT, Southern Mississippi.
13 (112). Seattle Seahawks (from New Orleans Saints) – Mark Glowinski, OG, West Virginia.
14 (113). Philadelphia Eagles (from San Francisco 49ers through Buffalo Bills) – Jordan Hicks, OLB, Texas.
15 (114). Miami 4 – Gabe Wright, DT, Auburn.
16 (115). Cleveland Browns (from Buffalo Bills) – Jeff Heuermann, TE, Ohio State.
17 (116). Houston Texans – Ramik Wilson, ILB, Georgia.
18 (117). San Diego Chargers – Anthony Chickillo, DE, Miami.
19 (118). Kansas City Chiefs – Frank Clark, CB, Michigan.
20 (119). St. Louis Rams (from Philadelphia Eagles) – Tyrus Thompson, OT, Oklahoma.
21 (120). Cincinnati Bengals – Dres Anderson, WR, Utah.
22 (121). Pittsburgh Steelers – Mike Hull, OLB, Penn State.
23 (122). Baltimore Ravens (from Detroit Lions) – Alani Fua, OLB, BYU.
24 (123). Arizona Cardinals – Christian Covington, DT, Rice.
25 (124). Carolina Panthers – Craig Mager, CB, Texas State.
26 (125). Baltimore Ravens – Bobby McCain, CB, Memphis.
27 (126). San Francisco 49ers (from Denver Broncos) – Charles Gaines, CB, Louisville.
28 (127). Dallas Cowboys – Adrian Amos, FS, Penn State.
29 (128). Indianapolis Colts – Jamil Douglas, OG, Arizona State.
30 (129). Green Bay Packers – MyCole Pruitt, TE, Southern Illinois.
31 (130). Seattle Seahawks – Austin Shepherd, OT, Alabama.
32 (131). New England Patriots – Bobby Richardson, DT, Indiana.
33 (132). San Francisco 49ers (compensatory selection) – Chris Conley, WR, Georgia.
34 (133). Denver Broncos (compensatory selection) – Henry Anderson, DE, Stanford.
35 (134). Seattle Seahawks (compensatory selection) – Tyeler Davison, DT, Fresno State.
36 (135). Cincinnati Bengals (compensatory selection) – Jesse James, TE, Penn State.
37 (136). Baltimore Ravens (compensatory selection) – Dezmin Lewis, WR, Central Arkansas.
Round 5 Pick (overall)
1 (137). Minnesota Vikings (from Tampa Bay Buccaneers through Buffalo Bills) – Zach Zenner, RB, South Dakota State.
2 (138). Tennessee Titans – Javorius Allen, RB, USC.
3 (139). Jacksonville Jaguars – Kurtis Drummond, FS, Michigan State.
4 (140). Oakland Raiders – Chaz Green, OT, Florida.
5 (141). Washington Redskins – Martrell Spaight, ILB, Arkansas.
6 (142). Chicago Bears (from New York Jets) – Clayton Geathers, SS, UCF.
7 (143). Denver Broncos (from Chicago Bears) – Xzavier Dickson, OLB, Alabama.
8 (144). New York Giants – Ben Koyack, TE, Notre Dame.
9 (145). Philadelphia Eagles (from St. Louis Rams) – Tony Lippett, WR, Michigan State.
10 (146). Atlanta Falcons – Kenny Bell, WR, Nebraska.
11 (147). Cleveland Browns – Lorenzo Doss, CB, Tulane.
12 (148). New Orleans Saints – Tyler Kroft, TE, Rutgers.
13 (149). Miami Dolphins (from Minnesota Vikings) – David Cobb, RB, Minnesota.
14 (150). Miami Dolphins – Jacoby Glenn, CB, UCF.
15 (151). San Francisco 49ers – Laurence Gibson, OT, Virginia Tech.
16 (152). Houston Texans – Jeremiah Poutasi, OG, Utah.
17 (153). San Diego Chargers – Markus Golden, OLB, Missouri.
18 (154). New Orleans Saints (from Kansas City Chiefs) – Garrett Grayson, QB, Colorado State.
19 (155). Buffalo Bills – Leterrius Walton, DT, Central Michigan.
20 (156). Philadelphia Eagles – Gerod Holliman, FS, Louisville.
21 (157). Cincinnati Bengals – Anthony Jefferson, SS, UCLA.
22 (158). Baltimore Ravens (from Detroit Lions) – Mike Davis, RB, South Carolina.
23 (159). Arizona Cardinals – Bryce Hager, ILB, Baylor.
24 (160). Pittsburgh Steelers – Nick O’Leary, TE, Florida State.
25 (161). Carolina Panthers – Obum Gwacham, DE, Oregon State.
26 (162). Tampa Bay Buccaneers (from Baltimore Ravens) – Stefon Diggs, WR, Maryland.
27 (163). Dallas Cowboys – Andy Gallik, C, Boston College.
28 (164). Denver Broncos – Sean Mannion, QB, Oregon State.
29 (165). Indianapolis Colts – Lynden Trail, DE, Norfolk State.
30 (166). Green Bay Packers – Cameron Artis-Payne, RB, Auburn.
31 (167). Seattle Seahawks – Daryl Roberts, CB, Marshall.
32 (168). Tampa Bay Buccaneers (from New England Patriots) – Blake Bell, TE, Oklahoma.
33 (169). Carolina Panthers (compensatory selection) – Durell Eskridge, FS, Syracuse.
34 (170). Seattle Seahawks (compensatory selection) – Justin Coleman, CB, Tennessee.
35 (171). Baltimore Ravens (compensatory selection) – Jalston Fowler, FB, Alabama.
36 (172). Kansas City Chiefs (compensatory selection) – Hayes Pullard, ILB, USC.
37 (173). Kansas City Chiefs (compensatory selection) – Wes Saxton, TE, South Alabama.
38 (174). Carolina Panthers (compensatory selection) – Vince Mayle, WR, Washington State.
39 (175). Houston Texans (compensatory selection) – Damian Swann, CB, Georgia.
40 (176). Baltimore Ravens (compensatory selection) – Justin Cox, RB, Mississippi State.
Round 6 Pick (overall)
1 (177). Tennessee Titans – Chris Hackett, FS, TCU.
2 (178). New England Patriots (from Tampa Bay Buccaneers) – Robert Myers, OG, Tennessee State.
3 (179). Oakland Raiders – Titus Davis, WR, Central Michigan.
4 (180). Jacksonville Jaguars – Ty Montgomery, WR, Stanford.
5 (181). Seattle Seahawks (from New York Jets) – Josh Harper, WR, Fresno State.
6 (182). Washington Redskins – Cedric Reed, DE, Texas.
7 (183). Chicago Bears – Nick Boyle, TE, Delaware.
8 (184). Tampa Bay Buccaneers (from St. Louis Rams) – Trenton Brown, OG, Florida.
9 (185). Atlanta Falcons – Justin Cox, CB, Mississippi State.
10 (186). New York Giants – Randall Evans, CB, Kansas State.
11 (187). New Orleans Saints – Jordan Richards, SS, Stanford.
12 (188). Buffalo Bills (from Minnesota Vikings) – Zach Vigil, ILB, Utah State.
13 (189). Cleveland Browns – Shaquille Mason, C, Georgia Tech.
14 (190). San Francisco 49ers – Brandon Bridge, QB, South Alabama.
15 (191). Miami Dolphins – Sean Hickey, OT, Syracuse.
16 (192). San Diego Chargers – Darren Waller, WR, Georgia Tech.
17 (193). Kansas City Chiefs – Kyshoen Jarrett, SS, Virginia Tech.
18 (194). Buffalo Bills – Mario Alford, WR, West Virginia.
19 (195). Houston Texans – Matt Jones, RB, Florida.
20 (196). Philadelphia Eagles – Josh Robinson, RB, Mississippi State.
21 (197). Cincinnati Bengals – Andrew Donnal, OT, Iowa.
22 (198). Arizona Cardinals – Geremy Davis, WR, Connecticut.
23 (199). Pittsburgh Steelers – Jamarcus Nelson, WR, UAB.
24 (200). Detroit Lions – Malcom Brown, RB, Texas.
25 (201). Carolina Panthers – Derrick Lott, DT, Chattanooga.
26 (202). Cleveland Browns (from Baltimore Ravens) – Darius Philon, DT, Arkansas.
27 (203). Denver Broncos – Shaquille Riddick, DE, West Virginia.
28 (204). Baltimore Ravens (from Dallas Cowboys) – Connor Halliday, QB, Washington State.
29 (205). Indianapolis Colts – Karlos Williams, RB, Florida State.
30 (206). Green Bay Packers – Joey Mbu, DT, Houston.
31 (207). Indianapolis Colts (from Seattle Seahawks) – Justin Manton, K, Louisiana-Monroe.
32 (208). Tennessee Titans (from New England Patriots) – JaCorey Sheperd, CB, Kansas.
33 (209). Seattle Seahawks (compensatory selection) – Max Garcia, C, Florida.
34 (210). Green Bay Packers (compensatory selection) – Zack Wagenmann, DE, Montana.
35 (211). Houston Texans (compensatory selection) – Tyler Varga, FB, Yale.
36 (212). Pittsburgh Steelers (compensatory selection) – Quandre Diggs, CB, Texas.
37 (213). Green Bay Packers (compensatory selection) – CJ Uzomah, TE, Auburn.
38 (214). Seattle Seahawks (compensatory selection) – Jean Sifrin, TE, Massachusetts.
39 (215). St. Louis Rams (compensatory selection) – DaVaris Daniels, WR, Notre Dame.
40 (216). Houston Texans (compensatory selection) – Kaleb Eulls, DT, Mississippi State.
41 (217). Kansas City Chiefs (compensatory selection) – Louis Trinca-Pasat, DT, Iowa.
Round 7 Pick (overall)
1 (218). Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Terrence Magee, RB, LSU.
2 (219). New England Patriots (from Tennessee Titans) –Jamarcus Nelson, WR, UCF.
3 (220). Jacksonville Jaguars – Zach Hodges, OLB, Harvard.
4 (221). Oakland Raiders – Jake Ryan, OLB, Michigan.
5 (222). Washington Redskins – Quayshawne Buckley, DT, Idaho.
6 (223). New York Jets – Corey Robinson, OT, South Carolina.
7 (224). New York Jets (from Chicago Bears) – Dominque Brown, RB, Louisville.
8 (225). Atlanta Falcons – Jordan Taylor, WR, Rice.
9 (226). New York Giants – Corey Crawford, DE, Clemson.
10 (227). St. Louis Rams – Max Valles, OLB, Virginia.
11 (228). Minnesota Vikings – Robertson Daniel, CB, BYU.
12 (229). Cleveland Browns – Akeem Hunt, RB, Purdue.
13 (230). New Orleans Saints – Anthony Harris, FS, Virginia.
14 (231). Detroit Lions (from Miami Dolphins through Baltimore Ravens) – Xavier Williams, DT, Northern Iowa.
15 (232). Minnesota Vikings (from San Francisco 49ers through Miami Dolphins) – Evan Spencer, WR, Ohio State.
16 (233). Kansas City Chiefs – Austin Hill, WR, Arizona.
17 (234). Buffalo Bills – Kristjan Sokoli, DE, Buffalo.
18 (235). Houston Texans – Geneo Grissom, OLB, Oklahoma.
19 (236). Dallas Cowboys (from San Diego Chargers) – Kyle Emanuel, OLB, North Dakota State.
20 (237). Philadelphia Eagles – Erick Dargan, SS, Oregon.
21 (238). Cincinnati Bengals – DeAndre Smelter, WR, Georgia Tech.
22 (239). Pittsburgh Steelers – Shane Carden, QB, East Carolina.
23 (240). Detroit Lions – Jeff Luc, ILB, Cincinnati.
24 (241). Arizona Cardinals – Cashaud Lyons, DE, Tusculum.
25 (242). Carolina Panthers – Akeem Hunt, RB, Purdue.
26 (243). Dallas Cowboys (from Baltimore Ravens) – Malcolm Agnew, RB, Southern Illinois.
27 (244). Indianapolis Colts (from Dallas Cowboys) – Darryl Baldwin, OT, Ohio State.
28 (245). New York Giants (from Denver Broncos) – Greg Mancz, C, Toledo.
29 (246). San Francisco 49ers (from Indianapolis Colts) – Damien Wilson, ILB, Minnesota.
30 (247). Green Bay Packers – Troy Hill, CB, Oregon.
31 (248). Seattle Seahawks – Donald Celiscar, CB, Western Michigan.
32 (249). Atlanta Falcons (from New England Patriots through St. Louis Rams) – Cameron Clear, OT, Texas A&M.
33 (250). Denver Broncos (compensatory selection) – Jamon Brown, OT, Louisville.
34 (251). Denver Broncos (compensatory selection) – Trey Williams, RB, Texas A&M.
35 (252). Denver Broncos (compensatory selection) – Casey Pierce, TE, Kent State.
36 (253). New England Patriots (compensatory selection) – Cedric Thompson, FS, Minnesota.
37 (254). San Francisco 49ers (compensatory selection) – James O’Shaughnessy, TE, Illinois State.
38 (255). Indianapolis Colts (compensatory selection) – Antwan Goodley, WR, Baylor.
39 (256). Arizona Cardinals (compensatory selection) – Alex Singleton, OLB, Montana State.
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