2012 NFL Mock Draft: Full 7-Round Projections with Updated Order

Matt Miller@nfldraftscoutNFL Draft Lead WriterJanuary 1, 2012

2012 NFL Mock Draft: Full 7-Round Projections with Updated Order

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    With the NFL regular season ending, and the draft order set for the first 20 picks, we're breaking down every team's needs and taking an extended look at every pick in the 2012 NFL draft.

    Yes, I said every pick in the 2012 NFL draft.

    We're going deep to look at the NFL draft class, giving you the information that no one else is brave (or crazy) enough to do this time of year.

2012 NFL Mock Draft: Round 1

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    Pick 1 - Indianapolis Colts

    Andrew Luck, Quarterback, Stanford

    Notes: The no-brainer. Indianapolis needs a quarterback, Luck is the best I've ever seen.


    Pick 2 - St. Louis Rams

    Justin Blackmon, Wide Receiver, Oklahoma State

    Notes: The Rams are in a great position to trade back, but no matter where they pick, expect Blackmon to be their selection.


    Pick 3 - Minnesota Vikings

    Matt Kalil, Offensive Tackle, USC

    Notes: Protecting Christian Ponder becomes the priority of the franchise. Charlie Johnson isn't getting it done at left tackle.


    Pick 4 - Cleveland Browns

    Trent Richardson, Running Back, Alabama

    Notes: The Browns don't need a quarterback, they need weapons for their quarterback to work with. Richardson is an elite-level back.


    Pick 5 - Tampa Bay Buccaneers

    Morris Claiborne, Cornerback, LSU

    Notes: Claiborne has just as much coverage skill as his former teammate Patrick Peterson. He's an ideal replacement for Ronde Barber.


    Pick 6 - Washington Redskins

    Robert Griffin III QB Baylor

    Notes: By April Washington will be trading up with St. Louis to make this pick.


    Pick 7 - Jacksonville Jaguars

    Dre Kirkpatrick, Cornerback, Alabama

    Notes: The Jaguars are in position to draft the best available player outside of quarterback. That happens to be Kirkpatrick, who fills a big need at cornerback.


    Pick 8 - Carolina Panthers

    Alshon Jeffery, Wide Receiver, South Carolina

    Notes: Jeffrey is a big, strong, deep threat to pull coverage off Steve Smith and open up running lanes for Cam Newton.


    Pick 9 - Miami Dolphins

    Riley Reiff, Offensive Tackle, Iowa

    Notes: Reiff steps in immediately at right tackle, giving the Dolphins a Top 5 tackle duo to build around.

    Pick 10 - Buffalo Bills

    Courtney Upshaw, Outside Linebacker, Alabama

    Notes: Upshaw has elite talent, and Buffalo needs help rushing the passer. It's a perfect match.

    Pick 11 - Seattle Seahawks

    Nick Perry, Defensive End, USC

    Notes: A left-end for Pete Carroll's scheme, Perry will be the speedy pass-rusher this defense has been missing.

    Pick 12 - Kansas City Chiefs

    David DeCastro, Offensive Guard, Stanford

    Notes: Drafting DeCastro anchors the Kansas City run game, and keeps Matt Cassel healthy. That's most important.

    Pick 13 - Arizona Cardinals

    Jon Martin, Offensive Tackle, Stanford

    Notes: The anti-Levi Brown, Martin is athletic and smart on the field. He looks like a 12-year starter at left tackle.

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    Dallas Cowboys

    Stephon Gilmore, Cornerback, South Carolina

    Notes: Rob Ryan wanted new cornerbacks before the season. If he's still around, Dallas will get him the upgrade he needs.


    Pick 15 - Philadelphia Eagles

    Michael Floyd, Wide Receiver, Notre Dame

    Notes: Floyd would be an immediate replacement for free agent (and malcontent) DeSean Jackson.

    Pick 16 - New York Jets

    Whitney Mercilus, Outside Linebacker, Illinois

    Notes: The answer to Tom Brady is to rush the passer better, and more. Mercilus will help with that.


    Pick 17 - Cincinnati Bengals (from Oakland Raiders)

    Lamar Miller, Running Back, Miami (Florida)

    Notes: The Bengals have too much reliance in Cedric Benson. He's aging, and a question mark off the field. Miller is younger, faster and smarter.


    Pick 18 - San Diego Chargers

    Cordy Glenn, Offensive Tackle, Georgia

    Notes: The Chargers may need help at left and right tackle. Lucky for them, Glenn can play either one.


    Pick 19 - Chicago Bears

    Mike Adams, Offensive Tackle, Ohio State

    Notes: J'Marcus Webb gave up 3.5 sacks on Sunday. Think it's time to upgrade?

    Pick 20 - Tennessee Titans

    Melvin Ingram, Defensive End, South Carolina

    Notes: The Titans never replaced Jason Babin at defensive end. Now they do, with one of the draft's best pass-rushers.

    Pick 21 - Denver Broncos

    Devon Still, Defensive Tackle, Penn State

    Notes: The Denver defense has a massive hole in the middle of the line. Still is a massive body to plug that hole.

    Pick 22 - New York Giants

    Vontaze Burfict, Inside Linebacker, Arizona State

    Notes: The Giants lack toughness at linebacker. Vontaze Burfict has elite talent, but lacks control. He's a great fit with Tom Coughlin.

    Pick 23 - Cincinnati Bengals

    Alfonzo Dennard, Cornerback, Nebraska

    Notes: The Bengals need to find a cornerback to complement Leon Hall. Nate Clements and Adam Jones aren't the answer.

    Pick 24 - Houston Texans

    Kendall Wright, Wide Receiver, Baylor

    Notes: Houston needs a burner in the slot. Kendall Wright is that and so much more.


    Pick 25 - Cleveland Browns (from Atlanta Falcons)

    Zach Brown, Outside Linebacker, North Carolina

    Notes: Able to play inside or outside linebacker, Brown is insurance against D'Qwell Jackson not returning. He's also an upgrade if Jackson does come back. 


    Pick 26 - Detroit Lions

    Peter Konz, Center, Wisconsin

    Notes: It's time to replace Dominic Raiola in the middle of the Detroit offensive line.

    Pick 27 - Pittsburgh Steelers

    Dontari Poe, Nose Tackle, Memphis

    Notes: Replacing the aging Casey Hampton with Poe solidifies the Steeler defensive line for the next decade. 


    Pick 28 - San Francisco 49ers

    Jamell Fleming, Cornerback, Oklahoma

    Notes: Carlos Rogers is a free agent, and even if he returns the Niners need help at CB2.

    Pick 29 - Baltimore Ravens

    Fletcher Cox, Defensive End, Mississippi State

    Notes: Cox helps Baltimore with depth and youth as Cory Redding and Haloti Ngata begin to age.

    Pick 30 - New England (from New Orleans Saints)

    Jared Crick, Defensive End, Nebraska

    Notes: Able to play end in the 3-4 or tackle in a 4-3, Crick's versatility is a big plus for the Patriots.


    Pick 31 - New England Patriots

    Chandler Jones, Outside Linebacker, Syracuse

    Notes: The Patriots are expected to go back to a 3-4 defense in 2012. That will mean adding pass-rushers who can attack the edge.


    Pick 32 - Green Bay Packers

    Chris Polk, Running Back, Washington

    Notes: Ryan Grant will leave in free agency, and James Starks is a No. 2 back. Chris Polk is a freak with great speed, size and hands.

2012 NFL Mock Draft: Round 2

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    Pick 33 - Indianapolis Colts 

    Jerel Worthy, Defensive Tackle, Michigan State

    Note: Worthy becomes an immediate starter at three-technique on the Indianapolis defense. 


    Pick 34 - St. Louis Rams

    Luke Kuechly, Outside Linebacker, Boston College

    Note: Kuechly plays inside at Boston College but has the athletic ability and body-style to move to the weakside once in the NFL. 


    Pick 35 - Minnesota Vikings

    Mohamed Sanu, Wide Receiver, Rutgers

    Note: Getting Percy Harvin and Christian Ponder help at wide receiver will be a focus of the offseason in Minnesota.


    Pick 36 - Cleveland Browns

    Rueben Randle, Wide Receiver, LSU

    Note: Colt McCoy needs help at wide receiver—in a bad way.  


    Pick 37 - Tampa Bay Buccaneers

    Zebrie Sanders, Offensive Tackle, Florida State

    Note: Sanders has played left and right tackle and will immediately replace Jeremy Trueblood on the right side. 


    Pick 38 - Washington Redskins

    Dont'a Hightower, Inside Linebacker, Alabama

    Note: As London Fletcher ages, the Redskins need to be ready with his replacement in the middle of their 3-4 defense. 


    Pick 39 - Jacksonville Jaguars

    Nick Toon, Wide Receiver, Wisconsin

    Note: Toon has the size and skills to be a very good possession receiver to team with Blaine Gabbert at quarterback. 


    Pick 40 - Carolina Panthers

    Andre Branch, Defensive End, Clemson

    Note: Greg Hardy hasn't been the impact the team hoped he would be at left end. Andre Branch is a true pass-rushing threat. 


    Pick 41 - Miami Dolphins

    Nick Foles, Quarterback, Arizona

    Note: The Dolphins missed out on a quarterback in Round 1, but land a potential rookie-starter with Nick Foles. 


    Pick 42 - Buffalo Bills

    Ryan Tannehill, Quarterback, Texas A&M

    Note: Ryan Fitzpatrick can no longer be seen as the future in Buffalo. Ryan Tannehill needs work, but in two-three years he will be the starter. 


    Pick 43 - Seattle Seahawks

    Kirk Cousins, Quarterback, Michigan State

    Note: No quarterback in Round 1 means Pete Carroll finds his future franchise quarterback in the second round. 


    Pick 44 - Kansas City Chiefs

    Janoris Jenkins, Cornerback, North Alabama

    Note: If Brandon Carr leaves in free agency, the Chiefs will need to move fast to replace their up-and-coming corner. 


    Pick 45 - Philadelphia Eagles (from Arizona Cardinals)

    Mark Barron, Strong Safety, Alabama

    Note: The Eagles gambled at safety this season and missed badly. Barron will shore up the secondary for the Eagles. 


    Pick 46 - Philadelphia Eagles

    Lavonte David, Outside Linebacker, Nebraska

    Note: Speed on defense is a major need for Philadelphia. David, combined with Mark Barron, will immediately fix problems on the Eagle defense. 


    Pick 47 - New York Jets

    Billy Winn, Defensive End, Boise State

    Note: A big-bodied end with the strength to line up opposite Muhammad Wilkerson at end in the Jets' 3-4 defense. 


    Pick 48 - San Diego Chargers

    Orson Charles, Tight End, Georgia

    Note: Charles falls due to needs. He's a steal in the middle of the round and a great understudy to Antonio Gates. 


    Pick 49 - New England Patriots (from Oakland Raiders)

    Chase Minnifield, Cornerback, Virginia

    Note: Minnifield comes from Bill Belichick-disciple Al Groh's system and is ready to step in and contribute in 2012 alongside former teammate Ras-I Dowling. 


    Pick 50 - Chicago Bears

    DeVier Posey, Wide Receiver, Ohio State

    Note: Jay Cutler will be back in 2012, but if the Bears want to make another run at the Super Bowl they need better wide receivers. 


    Pick 51 - Dallas Cowboys

    Quinton Coples, Defensive End, North Carolina

    Note: Coples takes a big draft day plunge after a poor senior season. He's a good fit at defensive end in Dallas, where they'll ask him to plug holes and not rush the passer. 


    Pick 52 - Tennessee Titans

    Brandon Washington, Offensive Guard, Miami (Florida)

    Note: The Titans' interior offensive line needs re-made. Washington has an NFL body and is ready to start. 


    Pick 53 - Denver Broncos

    Jayron Hosley, Cornerback, Virginia Tech

    Note: As Champ Bailey ages, Denver must look to the draft to replace their future Hall of Famer. 


    Pick 54 - New York Giants

    Dwayne Allen, Tight End, Clemson

    Note: Jake Ballard has been a nice surprise, but he's also a free agent this summer. 


    Pick 55 - Cincinnati Bengals

    Vinny Curry, Defensive End, Marshall

    Note: The Bengal defensive line is very deep, but they don't have a speedy pass-rusher like Vinny Curry. 


    Pick 56 - Houston Texans

    Sylvester Williams, Nose Tackle, North Carolina

    Note: This pick is all about shoring up the defensive line with a big, space-eating nose tackle. 


    Pick 57 - Atlanta Falcons

    David Wilson, Running Back, Virginia Tech

    Note: Michael Turner has been rode hard in Atlanta. Wilson gives the team speed and a true backup for Turner. 


    Pick 58 - Detroit Lions

    Andrew Datko, Offensive Tackle, Florida State

    Note: Jeff Backus' brilliant career is coming to an end. Datko is a first-rounder but falls due to injury.


    Pick 59 - Pittsburgh Steelers

    Nate Potter, Offensive Tackle, Boise State

    Note: Potter is a great athlete who is similar to Jon Scott, but better. He looks like a rookie starter. 


    Pick 60 - San Francisco 49ers

    Ronnell Lewis, Outside Linebacker, Oklahoma

    Note: Lewis will line up opposite Aldon Smith to give the 49ers an All-Big 12 pass rush that will terrify opposing quarterbacks. 


    Pick 61 - Baltimore Ravens

    Brandon Jenkins, Outside Linebacker, Florida State

    Note: Jenkins will step into the role filled by Jarrett Johnson this season. Johnson is a free agent who may not return in 2012. 


    Pick 62 - New Orleans Saints

    Bobby Wagner, Outside Linebacker, Utah State

    Note: The Saints need speed on defense to win another Super Bowl. Wagner has speed, and a mean streak that will help make over the New Orleans D. 


    Pick 63 - New England Patriots

    Ben Jones, Center, Georgia

    Note: Dan Koppen has missed the season and Dan Connolly is not an able replacement. 


    Pick 64 - Green Bay Packers

    Brandon Thompson, Defensive Line, Clemson

    Note: Brandon Thompson isn't as high on my board as others. I see him filling a role similar to B.J. Raji here—moving around between end and tackle.

2012 NFL Mock Draft: Round 3

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    Pick 65 - Indianapolis Colts
    Jarius Wright, Wide Receiver, Arkansas 

    Pick 66 - St. Louis Rams
    Alameda Ta'amu, Defensive Tackle, Washington 

    Pick 67 - Minnesota Vikings
    Johnathan Banks, Cornerback, Mississippi State 

    Pick 68 - Cleveland Browns
    Kevin Zeitler, Offensive Guard, Wisconsin

    Pick 69 - Tampa Bay Buccaneers
    Doug Martin, Running Back, Boise State

    Pick 70 - Jacksonville Jaguars
    Kelechi Osemele, Offensive Guard, Iowa State

    Pick 71 -Washington Redskins
    Markelle Martin, Free Safety, Oklahoma State

    Pick 72 - Chicago Bears
    Bernard Pierce, Running Back,  Temple

    Pick 73 - Miami Dolphins
    Bruce Irvin, Outside Linebacker,  West Virginia

    Pick 74 - Buffalo Bills
    Brian Quick, Wide Receiver,  App. State

    Pick 75 - Kansas City Chiefs
    Josh Chapman, Nose Tackle, Alabama

    Pick 76 - Arizona Cardinals
    Keenan Robinson, Outside Linebacker,  Texas

    Pick 77 - Seattle Seahawks
    Montee Ball, Running Back,  Wisconsin

    Pick 78 - San Diego Chargers
    Trumaine Johnson, Cornerback, Montana

    Pick 79 - Philadelphia Eagles
    Ryan Lindley, Quarterback, San Diego State

    Pick 80 - New York Jets
    Brandon Mosley, Offensive Tackle, Auburn

    Pick 81 - Chicago Bears
    Aaron Henry, Free Safety, Wisconsin

    Pick 82 - Oakland Raiders
    Brandon Boykin, Cornerback, Georgia

    Pick 83 - Dallas Cowboys
    Nigel Bradham, Outside Linebacker,  Florida State

    Pick 84 - Tennessee Titans
    Chris Givens, Wide Receiver,  Wake Forest

    Pick 85 - Denver Broncos
    Cyrus Gray, Running Back,  Texas A&M

    Pick 86 - New York Giants
    A.J. Jenkins, Wide Receiver,  Illinois

    Pick 87 - Atlanta Falcons
    Marvin McNutt, Wide Receiver,  Iowa

    Pick 88 - Cincinnati Bengals
    Antonio Allen, Strong Safety, South Carolina

    Pick 89 - Houston Texans
    Michael Brewster, Center, Ohio State

    Pick 90 - Detroit Lions
    Sean Spence, Outside Linebacker,  Miami (FL)

    Pick 91 - Pittsburgh Steelers
    Amini Silatolu, Offensive Guard, Midwestern State

    Pick 92 - San Francisco 49ers
    Robert Lester, Free Safety, Alabama

    Pick 93 - Baltimore Ravens
    Isaiah Pead, Running Back,  Cincinnati

    Pick 94 - New Orleans Saints
    Shaun Prater, Cornerback, Iowa

    Pick 95 - New England Patriots
    Harrison Smith, Strong Safety, Notre Dame

    Pick 96 - Green Bay Packers
    Coby Fleener, Tight End, Stanford

2012 NFL Mock Draft: Round 4

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    Pick 97 - Indianapolis Colts
    Cam Johnson, Defensive End, Virginia

    Pick 98 - St. Louis Rams
    Josh Robinson, Cornerback, UCF

    Pick 99 - Minnesota Vikings
    Tyler Nielsen, Outside Linebacker, Iowa

    Pick 100 - Cleveland Browns
    Brandon Weeden, Quarterback, Oklahoma State

    Pick 101 - Philadelphia Eagles (from Tampa Bay Buccaneers)
    Audie Cole, Inside Linebacker, North Carolina State

    Pick 102 - Washington Redskins
    Ladarius Green, Tight End, La.-Lafayette

    Pick 103 - Jacksonville Jaguars
    Jake Bequette, Defensive End, Arkansas

    Pick 104 - Miami Dolphins
    Leonard Johnson, Cornerback, Iowa State

    Pick 105 - Carolina Panthers
    Marcus Forston, Defensive Tackle, Miami (Fla.)

    Pick 106 - Buffalo Bills 
    Levy Adcock, Offensive Tackle, Oklahoma State

    Pick 107 - Seattle Seahawks 
    Coryell Judie, Cornerback, Texas A&M

    Pick 108 - Kansas City Chiefs 
    Kendall Reyes, Defensive End, Connecticut

    Pick 109 - Arizona Cardinals 
    Kawann Short, Defensive Tackle, Purdue

    Pick 110 - Philadelphia Eagles 
    T.Y. Hilton, Wide Receiver, Florida International

    Pick 111 - New York Jets 
    Dwight Jones, Wide Receiver, North Carolina

    Pick 112 - San Diego Chargers 
    Brandon Lindsey, Outside Linebacker, Pittsburgh

    Pick 113 - Washington Redskins (from Oakland Raiders) 
    Tommy Streeter, Wide Receiver, Miami (Fla.)

    Pick 114 - Chicago Bears
    Michael Egnew, Tight End, Missouri

    Pick 115 - Dallas Cowboys 
    James-Michael Johnson, Inside Linebacker, Nevada

    Pick 116 - Tennessee Titans 
    David Molk, Center, Michigan

    Pick 117 - Denver Broncos
    Kheeston Randall, Defensive Tackle, Texas

    Pick 118 - New York Giants
    Matt McCants, Offensive Tackle, UAB

    Pick 119 - Cincinnati Bengals
    Senio Kelemete, Offensive Guard, Washington

    Pick 120 - Houston Texans 
    Trevor Guyton, Defensive End, California

    Pick 121 - Cleveland Browns (from Atlanta Falcons)
    Tony Bergstrom, Offensive Tackle, Utah

    Pick 122 - Detroit Lions
    LaMichael James , Running Back, Oregon

    Pick 123 - Pittsburgh Steelers
    Duke Ihenacho, Strong Safety, San Jose State

    Pick 124 - New Orleans Saints
    Jeff Fuller, Wide Receiver, Texas A&M

    Pick 125 - Buffalo Bills (from Baltimore Ravens)
    Emmanuel Acho, Inside Linebacker, Texas

    Pick 126 - San Francisco 49ers
    Mike Martin, Nose Tackle, Michigan

    Pick 127 - New England Patriots
    Marquis Maze, Wide Receiver, Alabama

    Pick 128 - Green Bay Packers
    Omar Bolden, Cornerback, Arizona State

2012 NFL Mock Draft: Round 5

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    Pick 129 - Indianapolis Colts
    Ryan Broyles, Wide Receiver, Oklahoma

    Pick 130 - Denver Broncos (from St. Louis Rams)
    Dan Herron, Running Back, Ohio State

    Pick 131 - Minnesota Vikings
    DaJohn Harris, Defensive Tackle, USC

    Pick 132 - Cleveland Browns
    Joe Adams, Wide Receiver, Arkansas

    Pick 133 - Tampa Bay Buccaneers
    Tank Carder, Outside Linebacker, TCU

    Pick 134 - Washington Redskins
    Lucas Nix, Offensive Guard, Pittsburgh

    Pick 135 - Jacksonville Jaguars
    Chandler Harnish, Quarterback, Northern Illinois

    Pick 136 - Miami Dolphins
    Jaye Howard, Defensive End, Florida

    Pick 137 - Carolina Panthers
    Josh Kaddu, Outside Linebacker, Oregon

    Pick 138 - Buffalo Bills
    Jacquies Smith, Outside Linebacker, Missouri

    Pick 139 - Seattle Seahawks
    Jaymes Brooks, Offensive Guard, Virginia Tech

    Pick 140 - Kansas City Chiefs
    Terrance Ganaway, Running Back, Baylor

    Pick 141 - Arizona Cardinals
    Cliff Harris, Cornerback, Oregon

    Pick 142 - Philadelphia Eagles
    Eddie Whitley, Free Safety, Virginia Tech

    Pick 143 - New York Jets
    Robert Turbin, Running Back, Utah State

    Pick 144 - San Diego Chargers
    Sean Cattouse, Strong Safety, California

    Pick 145 - Oakland Raiders
    Mitchell Schwartz, Offensive Tackle, California

    Pick 146 - Chicago Bears
    Ryan Miller, Offensive Guard, Colorado

    Pick 147 - Dallas Cowboys
    Rhett Ellison, Tight End, USC

    Pick 148 - Tennessee Titans
    Trenton Robinson FS Michigan State

    Pick 149 - Denver Broncos
    Aaron Corp, Quarterback, Richmond

    Pick 150 - New York Giants
    Brandon Bolden, Running Back, Mississippi

    Pick 151 - Cincinnati Bengals
    Mychal Kendricks, Inside Linebacker, California

    Pick 152 - Houston Texans
    Shea McClellin, Outside Linebacker, Boise State

    Pick 153 - Atlanta Falcons
    Malik Jackson, Defensive End, Tennessee

    Pick 154 - Detroit Lions
    Donnie Fletcher, Cornerback, Boston College

    Pick 155 - Pittsburgh Steelers
    George Iloka, Free Safety, Boise State

    Pick 156 - New Orleans Saints
    Brett Roy, Defensive Tackle, Nevada

    Pick 157 - Baltimore Ravens
    Matt Reynolds, Offensive Tackle, Brigham Young

    Pick 158 - San Francisco 49ers
    Markus Zusevics, Offensive Tackle, Iowa

    Pick 159 - Cincinnati Bengals (from New England Patriots)
    Vick Ballard, Running Back, Mississippi State

    Pick 160 - Green Bay Packers
    Robert Blanton, Cornerback, Notre Dame

2012 NFL Mock Draft: Round 6

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    Pick 161 - Indianapolis Colts
    Brian Linthicum, Tight End, Michigan St

    Pick 162 - St. Louis Rams
    Tauren Poole, Running Back, Tennessee

    Pick 163 - Minnesota Vikings
    Jerry Franklin, Inside Linebacker, Arkansas

    Pick 164 - Cleveland Browns
    Adrian Robinson, Outside Linebacker, Temple

    Pick 165 - Tampa Bay Buccaneers
    Casey Hayward, Cornerback, Vanderbilt

    Pick 166 - New Orleans Saints (from Washington Redskins)
    Jack Crawford, Defensive End, Penn State

    Pick 167 - Jacksonville Jaguars
    Olivier Vernon, Defensive End, Miami (Florida)

    Pick 168 - Miami Dolphins
    Marvin Jones, Wide Receiver, California

    Pick 169 - Carolina Panthers
    Asa Jackson, Cornerback, Cal Poly

    Pick 170 - Buffalo Bills
    Jeff Demps, Running Back, Florida

    Pick 171 - Seattle Seahawks
    Kevin Koger, Tight End, Michigan

    Pick 172 - Kansas City Chiefs
    Rishard Matthews, Wide Receiver, Nevada

    Pick 173 - Arizona Cardinals
    Jeff Allen, Offensive Tackle, Illinois

    Pick 174 - Philadelphia Eagles
    Quentin Saulsberry, Center, Mississippi State

    Pick 175 - New York Jets
    Cordarro Law, Outside Linebacker, Southern Miss

    Pick 176 - San Diego Chargers
    Chris Galippo, Inside Linebacker, USC

    Pick 177 - Oakland Raiders
    Danny Trevathan, Outside Linebacker, Kentucky

    Pick 178 - Chicago Bears
    Ryan Steed, Cornerback, Furman

    Pick 179 - Dallas Cowboys
    Nicolas Jean-Baptiste, Nose Tackle, Baylor

    Pick 180 - Tennessee Titans
    Keith Tandy, Cornerback, West Virginia

    Pick 181 - Philadelphia Eagles (from Denver Broncos)
    Chad Diehl, Fullback, Clemson

    Pick 182 - New York Giants
    Philip Blake, Center, Baylor

    Pick 183 - Cincinnati Bengals
    Tysyn Hartman, Free Safety, Kansas State

    Pick 184 - Houston Texans
    B.J. Cunningham, Wide Receiver, Michigan State

    Pick 185 - Atlanta Falcons
    Trevin Wade, Cornerback, Arizona

    Pick 186 - Detroit Lions
    Jordan White, Wide Receiver, Western Michigan

    Pick 187 - Pittsburgh Steelers
    Tom Compton, Offensive Tackle, South Dakota

    Pick 188 - New Orleans Saints
    James Carmon, Offensive Tackle, Miss. State

    Pick 189 - Baltimore Ravens
    D.J. Holt, Inside Linebacker, California

    Pick 190 - San Francisco 49ers
    Keshawn Martin, Wide Receiver, Michigan State

    Pick 191 - Philadelphia Eagles (from New England Patriots)
    Davin Meggett, Running Back, Maryland

    Pick 192 - Green Bay Packers
    Case Keenum, Quarterback, Houston

2012 NFL Mock Draft: Round 7

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    Pick 193 - Indianapolis Colts
    Darius Fleming, Outside Linebacker, Notre Dame

    Pick 194 - St. Louis Rams
    Dwight Bentley, Cornerback, La.-Lafayette

    Pick 195 - Minnesota Vikings
    Evan Rodriguez, Fullback, Temple

    Pick 196 - Cleveland Browns
    George Bryan, Tight End, North Carolina State

    Pick 197 - Tampa Bay Buccaneers
    Tramain Thomas FS Arkansas

    Pick 198 - Washington Redskins
    Chris Rainey, Running Back, Florida

    Pick 199 - Jacksonville Jaguars
    Russell Wilson, Quarterback, Wisconsin

    Pick 200 - Miami Dolphins
    Gerell Robinson, Wide Receiver, Arizona State

    Pick 201 - Carolina Panthers
    Kyle Wilber, Outside Linebacker, Wake Forest

    Pick 202 - Buffalo Bills
    Jermaine Kearse, Wide Receiver, Washington

    Pick 203 - Seattle Seahawks
    Mike Daniels, Defensive Tackle, Iowa

    Pick 204 - Kansas City Chiefs
    Derek Wolfe, Defensive End, Cincinnati

    Pick 205 - Arizona Cardinals
    Max Gruder, Inside Linebacker, Pittsburgh

    Pick 206 - New England Patriots (from Philadelphia Eagles)
    Kellen Moore, Quarterback, Boise State

    Pick 207 - New York Jets
    Antoine McClain, Offensive Guard, Clemson

    Pick 208 - San Diego Chargers
    Lance Lewis, Wide Receiver, East Carolina

    Pick 209 - Seattle Seahawks (from Oakland Raiders)
    Garrick Williams, Inside Linebacker, Texas A&M

    Pick 210 - Chicago Bears
    Cody Johnson, Fullback, Texas

    Pick 211 - Dallas Cowboys
    Patrick Witt, Quarterback, Yale

    Pick 212 - Tennessee Titans
    Matt Daniels, Strong Safety, Duke

    Pick 213 - Denver Broncos
    Moe Petrus, Center, Connecticut

    Pick 214 - New York Giants
    Tahir Whitehead, Outside Linebacker, Temple

    Pick 215 - Cincinnati Bengals
    Charles Brown, Cornerback, North Carolina

    Pick 216 - Houston Texans
    Chris Marve, Inside Linebacker, Vanderbilt

    Pick 217 - Atlanta Falcons
    William Vlachos, Center, Alabama

    Pick 218 - Detroit Lions
    Rishaw Johnson, Offensive Guard, California (PA)

    Pick 219 - Pittsburgh Steelers
    Terrence Frederick, Cornerback, Texas A&M

    Pick 220 - New Orleans Saints
    Derek Dennis, Offensive Guard, Temple

    Pick 221 - Baltimore Ravens
    Landon Walker, Offensive Tackle, Clemson

    Pick 222 - San Francisco 49ers
    LaVon Brazill, Wide Receiver, Ohio

    Pick 223 - Minnesota Vikings (from New England Patriots)
    Jerrell Young, Free Safety, South Florida

    Pick 224 - Green Bay Packers
    Sammy Brown, Outside Linebacker, Houston