2014 NFL Draft Guide Full 7-Round Mock Draft

April 20, 2014 in Mock Drafts


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 NOTE:  This full mock draft has descriptions for first 3 Rounds and does NOT have trades. A 3 Round Trade Mock Draft with descriptions is available in the Premium NFL Draft Guide!

ROUND 1:

 

1. Houston Texans: DE Jadveon Clowney, South Carolina

-This pick could go one of three ways: A top defensive player, a quarterback, or a trade back. With no trades in this scenario, it’s down to a quarterback versus a top defensive player. If the Texans believe that one of the top quarterbacks will become an elite talent, that is the direction they should go. But if they don’t feel confident in that regard, they have to take the best player on the board. Clowney is that best player on the board, and he has the athleticism to play a rush linebacker in the Texans scheme and make an instant impact in their system.

 

2. St. Louis Rams (From Washington Redskins): OT Jake Matthews, Texas A&M

-This is a prime trading spot, but for the purposes of this pick the Rams will have to choose between an offensive tackle, a wide receiver or possibly one of the top defensive players. I think Matthews is the safest selection probably in this entire draft and Jeff Fisher is quite familiar with the Matthews family. With Jake Long’s status up in the air and Roger Saffold capable of playing inside, this pick makes a lot of sense.

 

3. Jacksonville Jaguars: QB Blake Bortles, Central Florida

-The Jaguars would probably take Jadveon Clowney if he was on the board, but landing the top quarterback in this draft class isn’t a bad fall back option. Bortles is a local kid, and would be a great option as the new face of the franchise. A couple of the top defensive players or Greg Robinson could be in consideration, but Jacksonville needs a quarterback and I don’t see them passing on Bortles.

 

4. Cleveland Browns: QB Johnny Manziel, Texas A&M

-The Browns will need to make the decision between WR Sammy Watkins and a quarterback with this pick. While they could grab Watkins here and hope for a quarterback with their 2nd first round pick, I think the possibilities with Manziel are too great to pass up. The Browns need to shake things up, and Manziel would do just that.

 

5. Oakland Raiders: OT Greg Robinson, Auburn

-The Raiders can go in just about any direction with this pick and they will likely consider Watkins, Mack, Barr and Donald quite a bit. Oakland also figures to be interested in a quarterback, so Teddy Bridgewater could be in play here. In the end Greg Robinson is an elite talent at an extremely important position. The Raiders signed Donald Penn to a cheap deal, and while they have other tackle options, Robinson is just too good to pass up.

 

6. Atlanta Falcons: OLB Khalil Mack, Buffalo

-The Falcons need to boost their defense with this selection and will likely look at the top defensive guys left on the board. Mack could play a role similar to Von Miller in Denver, where he’s a stand-up linebacker on early downs and then puts his hand on the ground in passing situations.

 

7. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: WR Sammy Watkins

-The Buccaneers wide receiver depth chart is pretty bare beyond Vincent Jackson, so the idea of adding the top receiver in the draft would be quite appealing to them. Watkins and Jackson would give Tampa a great 1-2 combo, and should help jump start the offense.

 

8. Minnesota Vikings: DT Aaron Donald, Pittsburgh

-The Vikings want a quarterback, but they probably won’t reach for one at this spot. Instead Minnesota lands Aaron Donald, one of the premier players in this draft class. He’ll get overlooked by some teams due to his lack of size, but his talent and production is undeniable. New Vikings coach Mike Zimmer had Geno Atkins in Cincy, and Donald could play a similar role here. The one issue is that Minnesota just drafted Sharrif Floyd last year and he plays basically the same position as Donald. I think Zimmer is a smart enough defensive mind to figure out how to make it work and won’t let a talent like Donald slip away.

 

9. Buffalo Bills: S Ha Ha Clinton-Dix, Alabama

-The Bills lost one of the top safeties in the league in Jarius Byrd to free agency, so finding a top replacement makes a lot of sense with this pick.

 

10. Detroit Lions: WR Mike Evans, Texas A&M

-The Lions could go a couple different directions with this selection, and there is a good chance they look for a defensive player with this pick. One guy that could give them pause is WR Mike Evans. The chance to add Mike Evans to Calvin Johnson and Golden Tate could be too tempting to pass up. If teams try to double team Johnson, having two very good additional options would give quarterback Matt Stafford the weapons to pick apart opposing defenses.

 

11. Tennessee Titans: OLB Anthony Barr, UCLA

-The Titans are moving to a 3-4 defense and need to find a rush linebacker, if they want to be successful. Anthony Barr has the potential to become that impact pass rusher, and would be a great fit for the Titans at this pick. Barr is a little raw still overall, but he should still generate a good bit of pressure as a rookie.

 

12. New York Giants: TE Eric Ebron, UNC

-The Giants could go a couple different directions, but it could be tough for them to pass up a pass catching TE like Ebron. New York has gotten a good bit of production on the cheap from the Tight End position of late, but right now they are extremely thin at the position. Ebron could be an impact guy for the Giants and give Eli Manning a key weapon to threaten defenses with.

 

13. St. Louis Rams: S Calvin Pryor, Louisville

-This may be a little high for Pryor, but the Rams have a real need here and could look to add the hard hitting Pryor with this selection. He should be an immediate starter in St. Louis and would give them a key piece in the secondary.

 

14. Chicago Bears: CB Justin Gilbert, Oklahoma State

-With the top two safeties off the board this pick will come down to either a defensive tackle or a corner. It could really go either way, but with Donald off the board and Gilbert still available, I believe the Bears would favor adding a potential shutdown corner.

 

15. Pittsburgh Steelers: OT Taylor Lewan, Michigan

-The Steelers could look to use this pick to get younger on defense, but with a potential franchise LT available in Taylor Lewan, that should be the Steelers pick. Pittsburgh has had too many issues at that spot in recent years and if they can lock that position down, they have to do so.

 

16. Dallas Cowboys: DE Dee Ford, Auburn

-The Cowboys need defensive help and in particular they need guys along the defensive line. Ford has the potential to be an impact pass rusher and could help fill the shoes of DeMarcus Ware.

 

17. Baltimore Ravens: OT/OG Zack Martin, Notre Dame

-The Ravens have a gaping hole at right tackle and could find an easy fix in Notre Dame’s Zack Martin, who also has the versatility to play inside if necessary.

 

18. New York Jets: WR Odell Beckham, LSU

-The Jets have to add more playmakers and Odell Beckham fits the bill here. He would be a nice complement to Eric Decker who is more of a possession receiver.

 

19. Miami Dolphins: OG Xavier Su’a-Filo, UCLA

-The Dolphins have started the process of rebuilding their offensive line, but they are far from complete. Xavier Su’a-Filo could get a look at right tackle, but he will probably end up being a day 1 starting guard for them.

 

20. Arizona Cardinals: QB Derek Carr, Fresno State

-The Cardinals don’t have a pressing need here, which allows them to take their quarterback of the future here in Derek Carr. Though Bridgewater is an option, Carr seems like a better fit for the Cardinals.

 

21. Green Bay Packers: DT Louis Nix, Notre Dame

-The Packers defense has struggled these past few years as they haven’t had the true nose tackle eating up blockers that their defense demands. Nix can be that guy and his presence could make everyone else better.

 

22. Philadelphia Eagles: CB Kyle Fuller, Virginia Tech

-The Eagles could go receiver here, but with it being such a deep position they could decide to wait until the 2nd round. Instead they land a good corner, capable of developing into a number 1 guy to match up versus some of the top receivers in the NFC East.

 

23. Kansas City Chiefs: WR Brandin Cooks, Oregon State

-The Chiefs are desperate for a playmaker, and Cooks would give them just that. Hopefully the deep threat of Cooks would help open up things for Dwayne Bowe, who has struggled these past two seasons.

 

24. Cincinnati Bengals: CB Darqueze Dennard, Michigan State

-Dennard is a physical press corner and he could be a nice addition to the Bengals secondary. Cincinnati doesn’t have many needs, so they can nab the falling Dennard here and should hopefully get some considerable impact from this pick.

 

25. San Diego Chargers: DT Ra’Shede Hageman, Minnesota

-The Chargers could consider some various defensive players for this pick, but they could use additional help along their defensive line. Hageman is a good fit for the 3-4 scheme and he’s a guy who is just scratching the surface of his potential.

 

26. Cleveland Browns (from Colts): CB Bradley Roby, Ohio State

-The Browns could go receiver here to give Johnny Manziel another weapon, but with Roby on the board, corner makes more sense with this pick.

 

27. New Orleans Saints: OLB Jeremiah Attachou, Georgia Tech

-This may be a slight reach, but pass rushers typically go higher than expected in the draft. The Saints defense needs to get better production from their rush linebackers and Attachou is a guy who should step in right away and upgrade their pass rush.

 

28. Carolina Panthers: OT Cyrus Kouandjio, Alabama

-Though the Panthers are in need of receiver help, their offensive line is in shambles right now. The Panthers run game is the focal point of their offense, so adding offensive linemen is a must if they want to be able to move the football. Kouandjio has some serious health concerns, but if he checks out medically the Panthers will be happy to land him here with this pick.

 

29. New England Patriots: DT Timmy Jernigan, Florida State

-The Patriots rebuilt their defensive secondary, but they haven’t done much to fix their defensive tackle need this offseason. Even if Vince Wilfork was 5 years younger and not coming off a serious injury, the Patriots would need to add some help to this group. With Wilfork’s status for this season and going forward a bit murky, this has become a serious need.

 

30. San Francisco 49ers: OLB Kyle Van Noy, BYU

-This probably wasn’t the direction the 49ers were planning on going a week or two ago, but with Aldon Smith’s latest off the field incident, San Francisco has to prepare for their future. Not only is Smith likely to be suspended for part of next season, but the team might not look to retain him beyond next year.

 

31. Denver Broncos: LB C.J. Mosley, Alabama

-The Broncos could use some help at linebacker and C.J. Mosley is one of the best in this class. He can play inside at the middle spot, and also shift outside if they want to keep a 7 man front with Von Miller rushing the quarterback.

 

32. Seattle Seahawks: DE Kony Ealy, Missouri

-The Seahawks lost multiple defensive line pieces this offseason and they need to replace those losses if they don’t want to see their defense take a step back. Ealy has the size to be a versatile piece similar to Michael Bennett.

 

Round 2:

 

1 (33). Houston Texans: QB Teddy Bridgewater, Louisville

-This is the dream scenario for the Texans as a month ago it was thought they would need to spend the first overall pick for Bridgewater and now he lands at their feet in the 2nd round. Bridgewater can be a really good quarterback at the next level and his slide could be Houston’s gain.

 

2 (34). Washington Redskins: OT Morgan Moses, UVA

-The Redskins will likely look to trade back to stockpile some picks, but if they stay here Moses makes a fair amount of sense. He should be ready to start at right tackle for them, which should help improve the run blocking for Alfred Morris and give RGIII some more protection in the pocket.

 

3 (35). Cleveland Browns: WR Marquise Lee, USC

-The Browns land their complementary receiver to Josh Gordon with this pick, and they should be pretty happy with Lee falling in their lap.

 

4 (36). Oakland Raiders: QB Jimmy Garoppolo, Eastern Illinois

-The Raiders get their young quarterback here in Garoppolo. He gets to sit for a year behind Matt Schaub, which could allow him to develop into a quality starting option down the road.

 

5 (37). Atlanta Falcons: TE Jace Amaro, Texas Tech

-The Falcons need a lot of help on defense, but it will be tough to pass up a young tight end like Amaro to replace Tony Gonzalez.

 

6 (38). Tampa Bay Buccaneers: DE Scott Crichton, Oregon State

-The Buccaneers upgraded their pass rush in free agency, but they shouldn’t be done yet. Crichton gives them another guy who can get after the quarterback, and one that should offer pretty immediate impact.

 

7 (39). Jacksonville Jaguars: LB Ryan Shazier, Ohio State

-The Jaguars need to upgrade their defense and Shazier could be an interesting fit for Gus Bradley. He could play outside and be asked to blitz quite a bit in their system.

 

8 (40). Minnesota Vikings: QB Zach Mettenberger, LSU

-The Vikings land their quarterback here in Mettenberger and he figures to be a good fit for offensive coordinator Norv Turner.

 

9 (41). Buffalo Bills: OT Joel Bitonio, Nevada

-The Bills need help at right tackle and Bitonio looks capable of handling the position and starting early on. Bitonio also has the versatility to kick inside if necessary.

 

10 (42). Tennessee Titans: RB Tre Mason, Auburn

-The Titans parted ways with Chris Johnson and could look to find his replacement early in the draft. Mason had a great end to his college career and looks to be a work horse back.

 

11 (43). New York Giants: S Jimmie Ward, Northern Illinois

-The Giants could go either offensive line or defense with this pick. Given how thin the safety position is at the top, grabbing Ward here makes sense for New York to help boost a secondary that struggled last year.

 

12 (44). St. Louis Rams: WR Kelvin Benjamin, FSU

-The Rams are still looking for that star receiver and they may take a shot at Benjamin to fill that role. Benjamin is a raw talent, but if he can put it all together he could be a star.

 

13 (45). Detroit Lions: CB Jason Verrett, TCU

-The Lions need corner help and adding Verrett is a no brainer at this selection. He can play in the slot, but also has the talent to play outside as well.

 

14 (46). Pittsburgh Steelers: WR Allen Robinson, Penn State

-The Steelers could use some size and help at wide receiver and local product Allen Robinson fits both of those criteria. Robinson could be a nice complement to Antonio Brown, and would give the Steelers a nice receiver corps.

 

15 (47). Dallas Cowboys: DT Dominique Easley, Florida

-The Cowboys went defensive end in the first so look for them to add a defensive tackle in either the 2nd or the 3rd. With Easley on the board that should be the direction that they go as he’s a perfect fit for their Tampa Two defense.

 

16 (48). Baltimore Ravens: WR Davante Adams, Fresno State

-This isn’t a major need for 2014, but the Ravens could look to add a long term receiving complement to Torrey Smith. Adams has a nice combination of size and speed and if given a year or two to develop he could end up being a really nice starter down the road.

 

17 (49). New York Jets: TE Austin Seferian-Jenkins, Washington

-The Jets need to add more weapons than just one receiver to boost their offense, and it would make a lot of sense for them to come back in the 2nd round with Seferian-Jenkins if he’s available.

 

18 (50). Miami Dolphins: OT JaWuan James, Tennessee

-The Dolphins need to fix their line so look for a major investment into the unit. Using their top two picks on the position group makes a lot of sense.

 

19 (51). Chicago Bears: DT Will Sutton, Arizona State

-The Bears need to add a defensive tackle at this spot and Sutton is a guy who could be a nice fit. Sutton could thrive in the Bears system as a quality pass rushing defensive tackle.

 

20 (52). Arizona Cardinals: OLB DeMarcus Lawrence, Boise State

-For as good as the Cardinals defense has been in recent years, they really haven’t had strong pass rushing outside linebackers. Adding Lawrence could help fix that, and that could turn a strong defense into a great one.

 

21 (53). Green Bay Packers: CB/S LaMarcus Joyner, FSU

-The Packers need secondary help and could look at the hybrid corner/safety LaMarcus Joyner to fill their need. Green Bay will probably see him as more of a safety, but he could get consideration at corner as well.

 

22 (54). Philadelphia Eagles: WR Jordan Matthews, Vanderbilt-The Eagles seem to want to add another big receiver, and would be lucky to land Jordan Matthews here. Matthews is one of the most NFL ready receivers in this draft and could help the Eagles fill the gap left by DeSean Jackson.

 

23 (55). Cincinnati Bengals: RB Carlos Hyde, Ohio State

-The Bengals don’t have many pressing needs, so look for them to take a value pick here. They might have spent a 2nd on RB the year before, but Bernard isn’t an every-down back. He needs a power complement and that is where Hyde comes in. He can be the chain-mover, short yardage back, while Bernard comes in for the big play.

 

24 (56). San Francisco 49ers (from Kansas City Chiefs): DE Stephon Tuitt, Notre Dame

-The 49ers could go any number of directions, but the idea of adding Tuitt to their defensive line rotation is too good to pass up.

 

25 (57). San Diego Chargers: OG Gabe Jackson, Mississippi State

-The Chargers could use more help along their offensive line and grabbing Gabe Jackson should give them a guy who can start right away.

 

26 (58). New Orleans Saints: CB Phillip Gaines, Rice

-Phillip Gaines is climbing up draft boards and he could make a lot of sense to the Saints with this pick. He’s a talent corner who was overlooked at a smaller school.

 

27 (59). Indianapolis Colts: CB Marcus Roberson, Florida

-The Colts could possibly consider an offensive or defensive lineman with this pick, but I think this selection is about adding a piece to their secondary for a possible Patriots or Broncos match-up in the post season.

 

28 (60). Carolina Panthers: WR Donte Moncrief, Mississippi   

-The Panthers land their receiver with this pick and give Newton an interesting prospect with a nice combination of size and speed.
29 (61). San Francisco 49ers: LB Christian Jones, FSU

-The 49ers are bound to be intrigued by the versatile Jones, who can line up in a variety of spots. He could help replace Bowman if he’s not back from injury and he has the pass rush ability to help replace Aldon Smith during his inevitable suspension.

 

30 (62). New England Patriots: TE Troy Niklas, Notre Dame

-The Patriots need to upgrade their tight end position and grabbing an inline tight end option like Niklas makes a lot of sense. If Gronkowski is healthy he could be split out wide more in two tight end sets, or the Patriots could use both on the line giving them a favorable formation to run from.

 

31 (63). Denver Broncos:  DE Kareem Martin, UNC

-The Broncos did sign DeMarcus Ware, but they can’t be content that their defensive line is set at this point. Adding another talented piece in Martin would help ensure the Broncos have the depth and talent to make another Super Bowl run.

 

32 (64). Seattle Seahawks: G David Yankey, Stanford

-The Seahawks need help at guard and could look to David Yankey to fill their need there.

 

Round 3:

 

1 (65). Houston Texans: OT Cameron Fleming, Stanford

-The Texans could use help at right tackle and Fleming is a guy who could start right away.

 

2 (66). Washington Redskins: S Deone Buchanon, Washington

-Both of the Redskins starting safeties are signed to 1 year deals, so help is very much needed at this position. Buchanon could push for a starting job this year and has the potential to develop into a very good starter.

 

3 (67). Oakland Raiders: DE Trent Murphy, Stanford

-The Raiders added some nice free agent help to their defensive line this offseason, but all those players are on short term deals. Murphy would give the Raiders a quality defensive end for the future.

 

4 (68). Atlanta Falcons: OLB Carl Bradford, Arizona State

 

-The Falcons continue to bolster their defense here and land another nice player in OLB Carl Bradford.

 

5 (69). Tampa Bay Buccaneers: WR Martavis Bryant, Clemson

-The Buccaneers could double up on Clemson receivers in this draft. Watkins is obviously the star, but Bryant has a lot of upside as well. He’s a big more raw, but he could be a nice developmental 3rd receiver for the Bucs.

 

6 (70). Jacksonville Jaguars: OLB Trevor Reilly, Utah  

-The Jaguars would likely use Reilly in their Leo position where they like to generate a lot of their pass rush.

 

7 (71). Cleveland Browns: RB Ka’Deem Carey, Arizona

-Ben Tate was a nice free agent pick-up, but the Browns need to have a 2nd piece here. Carey is a nice option and has some potential of becoming a feature back himself.

 

8 (72). Minnesota Vikings: CB Stanley Jean-Baptiste, Nebraska

-The Vikings could use some additional corner help and they could look to the high upside Jean Baptiste as an option.

 

9 (73). Buffalo Bills: CB Bashaud Breeland, Clemson

-The Bills need further help in the secondary and could look at Breeland given his size and potential.

 

10 (74). New York Giants: DE Marcus Smith, Louisville

-The Giants pass rush situation isn’t as strong as it once was and they could look to add a guy in the early part of the draft.

 

11 (75). St. Louis Rams: DT Ego Ferguson, LSU

-The Rams have great defensive ends, but they could use some additional help at defensive tackle. Ferguson would probably be just a rotational guy to start, but he could team up with former LSU Tiger Michael Brockers down the road.

 

12 (76). Detroit Lions: C Weston Richburg, Colorado State

-The Lions need to find a center for the future and Richburg is considered one of the top centers in this draft.

 

13 (77). San Francisco 49ers (from Tennessee Titans): C Marcus Martin, USC

-The 49ers need to find some help at center if Daniel Kilgore isn’t up to the task for the starting role.

 

14 (78). Dallas Cowboys: S Terrance Brooks, FSU

-The Cowboys continue to upgrade their defense through this draft.

 

15 (79). Baltimore Ravens: RB Terrance West, Towson

-The Ravens need to start thinking about their future at running back. West is a local product who has a lot of potential.

 

16 (80). New York Jets: G Dakota Dozier, Furman

-The Jets need some help at guard and Dozier is a high upside option who may be able to push for a starting job.

 

17 (81). Miami Dolphins: RB Jeremy Hill, LSU

-The Dolphins need help at running back and they can’t rely on their current guys to be the answer this year. Hill has the potential to develop into a feature back down the road.

 

18 (82). Chicago Bears: DT DaQuan Jones, Penn State

-While Sutton was more of the 3 tech, pass rushing DT, Jones can be the run stuffer who occupies blockers.

 

19 (83). Cleveland Browns (from Pittsburgh Steelers): OT Billy Turner, North Dakota State

-The Browns could see Turner as a guy who could challenge for the right tackle spot now, and possible replace Joe Thomas in the future if necessary.

 

20 (84). Arizona Cardinals: ILB Chris Borland, Wisconsin

-The Cardinals could use help at inside linebacker, and Chris Borland is a guy who could push for a starting role as a rookie.

 

21 (85). Green Bay Packers: WR Paul Richardson, Colorado

-Receiver isn’t a pressing need for the Packers, but they are a team that typically looks to the future in this regard, and Cobb is entering his final year under his rookie contract.

 

22 (86). Philadelphia Eagles: OLB Jackson Jeffcoat, Texas

-The Eagles could use more pass rushing help and should look to add an option in this range.

 

23 (87). Kansas City Chiefs: CB Jaylen Watkins, Florida

-The Chiefs need help in the defensive backfield and considering they need to play Peyton Manning twice and Philip Rivers twice, this is not a position they can go cheap on.

 

24 (88). Cincinnati Bengals: WR Jared Abbrederis, Wisconsin  

-The Bengals have likely found their number two receiver in Marvin Jones, but they could use a reliable third option.

 

25 (89). San Diego Chargers: RB Andre Williams, Boston College

-Ryan Mathews had a good year last year, but teams need two running backs, and Woodhead is only a utility player. Williams could be a good back-up running back to Mathews.

 

26 (90). Indianapolis Colts: CB/S Keith McGill, Utah

-McGill could fit in either as a corner or a safety and with the Colts looking to add talent to their secondary.

 

27 (91). New Orleans Saints:  FS Dion Bailey, USC

-The Saints added Jarius Byrd, but they could use some safety depth. Bailey obviously won’t start, but he could get some work in certain sets and help on special teams.

 

28 (92). Carolina Panthers: OT Jack Mewhort, Ohio State

-The Panthers need to keep adding to their offensive line. Mewhort could be an option for RT or even inside at guard.

 

29 (93). New England Patriots: QB Tom Savage, Pittsburgh

-One of the biggest draft risers is Pitt QB Tom Savage. He’s got great size and could be a fit in New England since he could have a couple of years to develop.

 

30 (94). San Francisco 49ers: RB Bishop Sankey, Washington

-Frank Gore is getting up there in age so some help is needed here. Sankey could be the back-up for a year or two and then take over the starting role.

 

31 (95). Denver Broncos: CB Pierre Desir, Lindenwood

-The Broncos keep adding help on defense here and add a really intriguing piece in the small school Desir. He’s got great size and potential, and could develop nicely in this secondary.

 

32 (96). Minnesota Vikings (from Seattle Seahawks): WR Cody Latimer, Indiana  

-The Vikings could use some further receiver help and Latimer is a guy who is starting to climb draft boards.

 

33 (97). Pittsburgh Steelers (compensatory selection): DT Justin Ellis, LA Tech

-The Steelers could use a true nose tackle and Ellis is one of the best in the class.

 

34 (98). Green Bay Packers (compensatory selection): QB A.J. McCarron, Alabama

-The Packers re-signed Matt Flynn, but they can’t feel confident about the long term future behind Aaron Rodgers. McCarron could be a nice back-up option for the next couple of years.

 

35 (99). Baltimore Ravens (compensatory selection): LB/S Telvin Smith, FSU

-Smith is a tweener who could help at either linebacker or safety. In the end he will probably play a hybrid role and help on special teams.

 

36 (100). San Francisco 49ers (compensatory selection): WR Jarvis Landry, LSU

-The 49ers need some help at receiver and Landry is a nice pick-up here. He could go higher, but he didn’t have the best workout and it’s such a deep receiver class.

Round 4:

1 (101). Houston Texans: CB E.J. Gaines, Missouri

 

2 (102). Washington Redskins: C Travis Swanson, Arkansas

 

3 (103). Atlanta Falcons: OT Antonio Richardson, Tennessee

 

4 (104). New York Jets (from Tampa Bay Buccaneers): CB Rashaad Reynolds, Oregon State

 

5 (105). Jacksonville Jaguars: RB Lache Seastruck, Baylor

 

6 (106). Cleveland Browns: OG Cyril Richardson, Baylor

 

7 (107). Oakland Raiders: DT Kelcy Quarles, South Carolina

 

8 (108). Minnesota Vikings: LB Jordan Tripp, Montana

 

9 (109). Buffalo Bills: TE C.J. Fiedorowicz, Iowa

 

10 (110). St. Louis Rams: CB Victor Hampton, South Carolina

 

11 (111). Detroit Lions: DE Will Clarke, WVU

 

12 (112). Tennessee Titans: S Ed Reynolds, Stanford

 

13 (113). New York Giants: DE James Gayle, Virginia Tech

 

14 (114). Jacksonville Jaguars (from Baltimore Ravens): OT James Hurst, UNC

 

15 (115). New York Jets: OLB Chris Smith, Arkansas

 

16 (116). Miami Dolphins: DT Caraun Reid, Princeton

 

17 (117). Chicago Bears: WR Robert Herron, Wyoming  

 

18 (118). Pittsburgh Steelers: LB Shane Skov, Stanford

 

19 (119). Dallas Cowboys: WR Bruce Ellington, South Carolina

 

20 (120). Arizona Cardinals: DE George Uko, USC

 

21 (121). Green Bay Packers: ILB Jordan Zumwalt, UCLA

 

22 (122). Philadelphia Eagles: WR Josh Huff, Oregon  

 

23 (123). Cincinnati Bengals: LB Christian Kirksey, Iowa

 

24 (124). Kansas City Chiefs: WR Devin Street, Pittsburgh

 

25 (125). San Diego Chargers: WR Mike Davis, Texas

 

26 (126). New Orleans Saints: RB Devonta Freeman, FSU

 

27 (127). Cleveland Browns (from Indianapolis Colts): DT Anthony Johnson, LSU

 

28 (128). Carolina Panthers: CB Louchiez Purifoy, Florida

 

29 (129). San Francisco 49ers: RB Charles Sims, WVU

 

30 (130). New England Patriots: G Trai Turner, LSU

 

31 (131). Denver Broncos: S Craig Loston, LSU

 

32 (132). Seattle Seahawks: CB Walt Aikens, Liberty

 

33 (133). Detroit Lions (compensatory selection): CB Ross Cockrell, Duke

 

34 (134). Baltimore Ravens (compensatory selection): DE Josh Mauro, Stanford

 

35 (135). Houston Texans (compensatory selection): TE Arthur Lynch, Georgia

 

36 (136). Detroit Lions (compensatory selection): LB Adrian Hubbard, Alabama

 

37 (137). New York Jets (compensatory selection): WR T.J. Jones, Notre Dame

 

38 (138). Baltimore Ravens (compensatory selection): C Bryan Stork, FSU

 

39 (139). Atlanta Falcons (compensatory selection): RB Dri Archer, Kent State

 

40 (140). New England Patriots (compensatory selection): DT Daniel McCullers, Tennessee

Round 5:

 

1 (141). Houston Texans: RB James White, Wisconsin

 

2 (142). Washington Redskins: DE Brent Urban, UVA

 

3 (143). Tampa Bay Buccaneers: QB Aaron Murray, Georgia  

 

4 (144). Jacksonville Jaguars: OLB Devon Kennard, USC

 

5 (145). Cleveland Browns: ILB Max Bullough, Michigan State

 

6 (146). Seattle Seahawks (from Oakland Raiders): TE Xavier Grimble, USC

 

7 (147). Atlanta Falcons: S Kenny Ladler, Vanderbilt

 

8 (148). Minnesota Vikings: RB Storm Johnson, UCF

 

9 (149). Buffalo Bills: S Ahmad Dixon, Baylor

 

10 (150). Jacksonville Jaguars (from Detroit Lions): WR Michael Campanaro, Wake Forrest  

 

11 (151). Tennessee Titans: DE Taylor Hart, Oregon

 

12 (152). New York Giants: LB Khairi Fortt, California  

 

13 (153). St. Louis Rams: G Anthony Steen, Alabama

 

14 (154). New York Jets: ILB Yawin Smallwood, UConn

 

15 (155). Miami Dolphins: ILB Lamin Barrow, LSU

 

16 (156). Chicago Bears: S Brock Vereen, Minnesota

 

17 (157). Pittsburgh Steelers: CB Shaquille Richardson, Arizona

 

18 (158). Dallas Cowboys: DE Cassius Marsh, UCLA

 

19 (159). Jacksonville Jaguars (from Baltimore Ravens): OLB Howard Jones, Shepard

 

20 (160). Arizona Cardinals: S Dezmen Southward, Wisconsin

 

21 (161). Green Bay Packers: TE Jake Murphy, Utah

 

22 (162). Philadelphia Eagles: DE DeAndre Coleman, California

 

23 (163). Kansas City Chiefs: DE Ed Stinson, Alabama

 

24 (164). Cincinnati Bengals: WR Brandon Coleman, Rutgers

 

25 (165). San Diego Chargers: CB Chris Davis, Auburn

 

26 (166). Indianapolis Colts: G Jon Halapio, Florida

 

27 (167). New Orleans Saints: WR Ryan Grant, Tulane

 

28 (168). Carolina Panthers: CB Antone Exum, Virginia Tech

 

29 (169). New Orleans Saints (from New England Patriots through Philadelphia Eagles): DT Shamar Stephen, UConn

 

30 (170). San Francisco 49ers: CB Deion Belue, Alabama

 

31 (171). Denver Broncos: C Gabe Ikard, Oklahoma

 

32 (172). Seattle Seahawks: WR Kevin Norwood, Alabama

 

33 (173). Pittsburgh Steelers (compensatory selection): TE Crockett Gilmore, Colorado State

 

34 (174). New York Giants (compensatory selection): G Chris Watt, Notre Dame

 

35 (175). Baltimore Ravens (compensatory selection): TE Joe Don Duncan, Dixie State

 

36 (176). Green Bay Packers (compensatory selection): OLB Kevin Pierre-Louis, Boston College

Round 6:

1 (177). Houston Texans: OLB Ronald Powell, Florida

 

2 (178). Washington Redskins: WR Jeff Janis, Saginaw Valley State  

 

3 (179). Jacksonville Jaguars: CB Ricardo Allen, Purdue

 

4 (180). Cleveland Browns: FB Jay Prosch, Auburn

 

5 (181). Houston Texans (from Oakland Raiders): CB Aaron Colvin, Oklahoma

 

6 (182). Atlanta Falcons: CB Nevin Lawson, Utah State

 

7 (183). Chicago Bears (from Tampa Bay Buccaneers): RB Isaiah Crowell, Alabama State

 

8 (184). Minnesota Vikings: DE Ethan Westbrooks, West Texas A&M

 

9 (185). Buffalo Bills: QB Brett Smith, Wyoming

 

10 (186). Tennessee Titans: RB Tyler Gaffney, Stanford

 

11 (187). New York Giants: G/T Brandon Thomas, Clemson

 

12 (188). St. Louis Rams: DE Morgan Breslin, USC

 

13 (189). Detroit Lions: S Tre Boston, UNC

 

14 (190). Miami Dolphins: OT Justin Britt, Missouri

 

15 (191). Chicago Bears: QB Logan Thomas, Virginia Tech

 

16 (192). Pittsburgh Steelers: S Vinnie Sunseri, Alabama

 

17 (193). Kansas City Chiefs (from Dallas Cowboys): OT Charles Leno, Boise State

 

18 (194). Baltimore Ravens: RB De’Anthony Thomas, Oregon

 

19 (195). New York Jets: P Kirby Van Der Kamp, Iowa State

 

20 (196). Arizona Cardinals: RB Rajion Neal, Tennessee

 

21 (197). Green Bay Packers: CB Terrance Mitchell, Oregon

 

22 (198). New England Patriots (from Philadelphia Eagles): OLB Prince Shembo, Notre Dame

 

23 (199). Cincinnati Bengals: OT Seantrel Henderson, Miami

 

24 (200). Kansas City Chiefs: S Marqueston Huff, Wyoming

 

25 (201). San Diego Chargers: CB Dontae Johnson, North Carolina State

 

26 (202). New Orleans Saints: QB David Fales, San Jose State

 

27 (203). Indianapolis Colts: ILB Preston Brown, Louisville

 

28 (204). Carolina Panthers: WR Jalen Saunders, Oklahoma

 

29 (205). Jacksonville Jaguars (from San Francisco 49ers): DE Aaron Lynch, USF

 

30 (206). New England Patriots: TE Jacob Pedersen, Wisconsin

 

31 (207). Denver Broncos: DT Jay Bromley, Syracuse

 

32 (208). Seattle Seahawks: FB J.C. Copeland, LSU

 

33 (209). New York Jets (compensatory selection): OT Michael Schofield, Michigan

 

34 (210). New York Jets (compensatory selection): CB/S Jemea Thomas, Georgia Tech

 

35 (211). Houston Texans (compensatory selection): OG/C Russell Bodine, UNC

 

36 (212). Cincinnati Bengals (compensatory selection): DT Khyri Thornton, Southern Mississippi  

 

37 (213). New York Jets (compensatory selection): TE Colt Lyerla, Oregon

 

38 (214). St. Louis Rams (compensatory selection): OLB Denicos Allen, Michigan State

 

39 (215). Pittsburgh Steelers (compensatory selection): OLB Larry Webster, Bloomsburg

Round 7:

 

1 (216). Houston Texans: K Chris Boswell, Rice

 

2 (217). Washington Redskins: RB Marion Grice, Arizona State

 

3 (218). Cleveland Browns: P Tom Hornsey, Memphis  

 

4 (219). Oakland Raiders: WR John Brown, Pittsburg State

 

5 (220). Atlanta Falcons: RB Jerick McKinnon, Georgia Southern

 

6 (221). Tampa Bay Buccaneers: G Brandon Linder, Miami

 

7 (222). Jacksonville Jaguars: C Tyler Larsen, Utah State

 

8 (223). Minnesota Vikings: WR Cody Hoffman, BYU

 

9 (224). Buffalo Bills: OT Charles Siddoway, Mississippi State

 

10 (225). Carolina Panthers (from New York Giants): DE Michael Sam, Missouri

 

11 (226). St. Louis Rams: DT Zack Kerr, Delaware   

 

12 (227). Detroit Lions: WR Trey Burton, Florida

 

13 (228). Tennessee Titans: OT Matt Pachan, Boston College

 

14 (229). Dallas Cowboys (from Chicago Bears)

 

15 (230). Pittsburgh Steelers: G Wesley Johnson, Vanderbilt

 

16 (231). Dallas Cowboys: G Kadeem Edwards, Tennessee State

 

17 (232). Indianapolis Colts (from Baltimore Ravens): WR Tevin Reese, Baylor

 

18 (233). New York Jets: OT Kevin Graf, USC

 

19 (234). Miami Dolphins: WR Matt Hazel, Coastal Carolina

 

20 (235). Oakland Raiders (from Arizona Cardinals): RB Antonio Andrews, Western Kentucky

 

21 (236). Green Bay Packers: CB Bennett Jackson, Notre Dame

 

22 (237). Philadelphia Eagles: QB Connor Shaw, South Carolina

 

23 (238). Dallas Cowboys (from Kansas City Chiefs): CB Andre Hal, Vanderbilt

 

24 (239). Cincinnati Bengals: K Anthony Fera, Texas

 

25 (240). San Diego Chargers: TE Richard Rodgers, California  

 

26 (241). St. Louis Rams (from Indianapolis Colts): ILB DeDe Lattimore, South Florida

 

27 (242). San Francisco 49ers (from New Orleans Saints): WR L’Damien Washington, Missouri

 

28 (243). San Francisco 49ers (from Carolina Panthers): FB Ryan Hewitt, Stanford

 

29 (244). New England Patriots: OT Austin Wentworth, Fresno State

 

30 (245). San Francisco 49ers: DT Ryan Carrethers, Arkansas State

 

31 (246). Denver Broncos: G Ryan Groy, Wisconsin

 

32 (247). Seattle Seahawks: OLB Tyler Starr, South Dakota  

 

33 (248). Dallas Cowboys (compensatory selection): DE Kerry Wynn, Richmond

 

34 (249). St. Louis Rams (compensatory selection): OT Laurent Duvernay-Tardif, McGill

 

35 (250). St. Louis Rams (compensatory selection): QB Keith Wenning, Ball State

 

36 (251). Dallas Cowboys (compensatory selection): WR Austin Franklin, New Mexico State

 

37 (252). Cincinnati Bengals (compensatory selection): WR Bennie Fowler, Michigan State

 

38 (253). Atlanta Falcons (compensatory selection): OT Cornelius Lucas, Kansas State

 

39 (254). Dallas Cowboys (compensatory selection): QB Tajh Boyd, Clemson

 

40 (255). Atlanta Falcons (compensatory selection): DE Kasim Edebali, Boston College

 

41 (256). Houston Texans (compensatory selection): DE Jeoffrey Pagan, Alabama

 

 



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