Who will be the No. 1 overall pick in the 2013 NFL draft?
The Kansas City Chiefs hold the pick, but the first overall pick remains very much up in the air at this point. It could be Luke Joeckel, Eric Fisher or maybe a wild card like Sharrif Floyd. The fact is, five weeks out, the 2013 NFL draft is far from decided.
Free agency has started, which means teams are crossing needs off their wish lists and narrowing the focus of where they will go with each pick in the draft. But who will the Chiefs draft?
The Pick: LT Luke Joeckel, Texas A&M
Every move the Kansas City Chiefs have made this offseason points to the team using the No. 1 overall pick on an offensive tackle. And that offensive tackle should be Luke Joeckel.
The Chiefs filled needs at quarterback (Alex Smith, Chase Daniel), guard (Geoff Schwartz) and on defense (Mike DeVito, Sean Smith, Dunta Robinson) before the first two weeks of free agency were complete. With those holes filled and a new one created by releasing right tackle Eric Winston, it's pretty clear that the Chiefs are looking at the offensive line.
Joeckel is a one-of-a-kind left tackle with rare quickness and pass pro sets coming out of college. He's as NFL-ready in the passing game as any tackle I've seen in my time covering the draft. Anyone who has watched an Andy Reid offense knows he loves to throw the ball early and often, making Joeckel an ideal fit as his left tackle.
The Pick: QB Geno Smith, West Virginia
The Jacksonville Jaguars sent the whole front office to the West Virginia Pro Day to see Geno Smith. You might not want to read into pro day visits too much, but that one is telling.
The Jaguars haven't seemed like they were in on a quarterback as early as the No. 2 overall pick this offseason, but with a new general manager and head coach coming to town, it's very likely that they will look to scrap former GM Gene Smith's plan and start fresh. That would mean bringing in Geno Smith while letting Blaine Gabbert and Chad Henne work as backups. They can also try to trade or release Gabbert.
Smith is a talented player, and someone is likely to try and grab him in the top 10. With the Jaguars looking for an identity on offense, Smith could be their man to rebuild around.
The Pick: DT Sharrif Floyd, Florida
The Oakland Raiders would love to see Geno Smith on the board here, but instead will shift focus to rebuilding the defensive line with a pass-rusher who can come in and affect the game from day one.
Sharrif Floyd is one of the more electric players in this year's class, and as a true 4-3 defensive tackle, he will be able to give Oakland the inside pass rush it needs next to Lamarr Houston on the defensive line.
Oakland could look at Dee Milliner (CB-Alabama) or a defensive end here, but after signing Jason Hunter in free agency, it's much more likely that cornerback or defensive tackle will be the pick.
The Pick: OLB Dion Jordan, Oregon
Chip Kelly will be building a defense in Philadelphia that's much different than the one employed under Andy Reid. Kelly said he wants "longer, taller" defenders, and a quick look at the roster shows short pass-rushers at outside linebacker.
Trent Cole, Vinny Curry and Brandon Graham don't offer much size. Newly signed Connor Barwin does, though.
At first glance, Dion Jordan is not a need in Philadelphia, but Kelly is not tied to any of the team's previous pass-rushers. While Graham had a brilliant 2012 season, he plays the same position as Barwin. The two may split time at weak-side linebacker. That leaves an opening at strong-side linebacker for Jordan.
The Eagles don't have a player like Dion Jordan on the roster. He's a dynamic pass-rusher off the edge and is fluid enough to cover tight ends in space. After signing four new defensive backs in free agency, the Eagles have positioned themselves to add a former Duck at No. 4 overall.
The Pick: LT Eric Fisher, Central Michigan
The Detroit Lions have a history of overthinking their draft picks at times. This is a time to not do that.
The Lions lost two starting offensive tackles this offseason, as Jeff Backus retired and Gosder Cherilus signed with the Indianapolis Colts. That leaves them with untested Jason Fox and 2012 rookie Riley Reiff on the roster, but Reiff is much better suited to play guard or right tackle. Fox hasn't been tested and is a restricted free agent this offseason.
Instead of trying to piece together an offensive line from spare parts, the Lions can solidify the left tackle position by drafting Eric Fisher and allowing Reiff to play one of his more natural positions down the line.
Fisher is a stud athlete who is just starting to scratch the surface of his potential. He'll keep Matthew Stafford upright and healthy, which will, in turn, spark the offense.
The Pick: CB Dee Milliner, Alabama
The Cleveland Browns were busy in free agency, adding outside linebacker Paul Kruger and defensive end Desmond Bryant. But now they must complete the process and finish building the defense.
With Alabama's Dee Milliner still on the board, the Browns have an easy decision to make.
Milliner will line up opposite Joe Haden, instantly giving the Browns a young cornerback duo to rival the best in the game. In a division featuring Ben Roethlisberger, Joe Flacco and A.J. Green, that's a good thing to have.
There's no question that the Browns have needs other than cornerback, but thanks to smart spending in free agency and good, young depth on offense, Joe Banner and Michael Lombardi can afford to draft Milliner and build a strength on defense.
The Pick: DL Star Lotulelei, Utah
The Arizona Cardinals could go many directions here as one of the true wild cards of the top 10 picks, but the best move would be to strengthen the defensive line over reaching for an offensive lineman.
I've loudly proclaimed all offseason that the Cardinals should add a left tackle here, but I wouldn't be comfortable drafting Lane Johnson at No. 7 overall. Same with offensive guard Chance Warmack—a very good player, but not one worth drafting this high.
Two weeks ago, I would have said a quarterback was possible here, but after adding Drew Stanton and tendering Brian Hoyer in restricted free agency, the team isn't likely to invest a first-round pick on the position.
Lotulelei would be the Cardinals' answer to the poor play of Darnell Dockett on the defensive line. Lotulelei is versatile enough to move around between nose tackle, 3-technique and defensive end in the team's hybrid defense. As opposed to reaching for an offensive lineman, the Cardinals can turn their defensive line into a strength and look to fill in other needs in subsequent rounds.
The Pick: DE Ezekiel Ansah, BYU
The Buffalo Bills already have one big, strong, athletic defensive end in Mario Williams, but they need another.
Ezekiel Ansah has the athletic ability and potential to become another Williams-type of pass-rusher. He's long, shows very good quickness and the strength to shed blockers. Lining Ansah up across from Williams—and with Kyle Williams and Marcell Dareus in the middle—would give Buffalo a defensive line good enough to annoy the best NFL offensive lines.
The Bills will need to add a quarterback at some point, but that could happen in Round 2. Building up the defensive line takes priority here. Ansah is one of the top players still on the board, and no quarterback is worthy of the No. 8 pick.
The Pick: OLB Barkevious Mingo, LSU
Finding a pass rush has been the need of the New York Jets for several seasons now, and with Rex Ryan committed to building a team his way this offseason, it's likely that the team will finally address that need for an outside linebacker in its 3-4 scheme.
Barkevious Mingo is an exciting edge-rusher coming out of a conservative LSU scheme that rarely asked him to pin his ears back and attack the quarterback. You see that ability from Mingo, though. The production isn't on film to know he's a surefire stud, but with his athletic ability, there's a chance he's the best fit in a 3-4 scheme among this year's class of talented pass-rushers.
The Pick: FS Kenny Vaccaro, Texas
The Tennessee Titans have remade their defense over the last few seasons, but there are still holes that need to be addressed.
The free safety position is the weak link on the Titans defense currently, with former first-round pick Michael Griffin struggling in both coverage and run support. The Titans could move on from Griffin by drafting his replacement in the first round.
Vaccaro is a special player with the coverage ability to drop down and play in the slot or drop deep as a center fielder. Vaccaro might not be a big hitter, but the team has George Wilson and Bernard Pollard for that duty.
The Pick: LT Lane Johnson, Oklahoma
The San Diego Chargers have made moves to improve their offensive line this offseason, but may have gotten worse in the process.
Adding Chad Rinehart and King Dunlap doesn't cover the loss of Louis Vasquez. Heading into the draft, the offensive line is still the biggest need for the Chargers. A new front office is likely to move away from oft-injured Jared Gaither at left tackle, opening the doors for Lane Johnson at pick No. 11.
Johnson isn't a finished product, but he is an elite athlete at left tackle. He played quarterback, defensive end and tight end before settling in as a blindside protector this season. His quickness, strength and natural agility make him the best pick the Chargers could possibly hope for.
The Pick: CB Desmond Trufant, Washington
The Miami Dolphins were one of the NFL's most active teams in free agency, adding stars like Mike Wallace, Dannell Ellerbe and Dustin Keller to the roster. The loss of Jake Long will hurt, but the team has Jon Martin ready to play one of the tackle spots and right tackle Eric Winston visiting.
With so many needs filled through free agency, where do the Dolphins go in the draft?
The one area not filled in free agency is at cornerback, where the team lost Sean Smith. With the No. 12 pick in the draft, Jeff Ireland and Joe Philbin must look to grab the best available corner.
Desmond Trufant is game-ready, more so than any other cornerback in the 2012 class, Trufant has the speed, instincts and coverage ability to have an impact right away. He may not have Dee Milliner's upside, but Trufant will hit the ground running.
The Pick: DT Sheldon Richardson, Missouri
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers might not hold this pick when the 2013 NFL draft kicks off if their interest in Jets cornerback Darrelle Revis is legit. But if they do keep the pick, what direction will they go with No. 13 overall?
The Bucs will look at a number of positions here, including cornerback, but they are in a good position to draft the best player available on defense, and that's Sheldon Richardson.
The Missouri defensive tackle moves like an outside linebacker coming off the ball, with the strength to stuff the run and beat blockers to the hole. Richardson is a complete defensive tackle, and paired with Gerald McCoy, he'd give Tampa a terrifying inside presence on defense.
The Pick: WR Cordarrelle Patterson, Tennessee
A top 10 player on my board, the Carolina Panthers get lucky to find Cordarrelle Patterson still available.
Patterson is a game-changing wide receiver with the ball in his hands. If any player at the position will reach a Julio Jones-type ceiling, Patterson is that player. With size, speed and moves in the open field, Patterson can be a playmaker as a receiver and return man. That's what the Panthers need.
Put Patterson on the field with Steve Smith, Greg Olsen and Cam Newton, and you have the makings of a very potent passing attack.
The Pick: OLB Cornellius Carradine, FSU
The New Orleans Saints will move to a 3-4 defense in 2013, but as of now, they have no outside linebackers on the roster that are a fit for the pass-rushing role. Sean Payton knows he has to find edge-rushers.
Cornellius Carradine has the potential to be a top-five pick depending on how healthy he is after coming off a torn ACL. He could also fall to the third round if his pre-draft workout doesn't go well. As of now, Carradine looks like a safe mid-first-round selection.
The Pick: OG Chance Warmack, Alabama
One of the draft's best players falls to pick No. 16, and the St. Louis Rams couldn't be happier.
Chance Warmack ranks as my No. 2 overall player in the 2013 class, but as an offensive guard, it's unlikely that he will be drafted in the top 10. After all, the last time a guard went in the top 10 was 1997.
Warmack will immediately come in and make the Rams offensive line a strength, especially now that they have Jake Long at left tackle. A line of Long, Warmack, Scott Wells, Harvey Dahl and Rodger Saffold is good enough to deal with the pass-rushers in San Francisco, Seattle and Arizona.
The Pick: OLB Jarvis Jones, Georgia
There are enough question marks surrounding Jarvis Jones that he could be a realistic pick at No. 17, or he could be moved down to Round 2 (or later). The Pittsburgh Steelers, and every team, will have to take into consideration several factors.
The first and most serious is a spinal stenosis condition that caused Jones to leave USC after his first season there. Some teams will see this as more of a risk than others.
Jones also chose to not workout at the NFL Scouting Combine, waiting until his March 21 pro day at Georgia. That did not go well, as he ran a 4.88 in the 40-yard dash after a hamstring injury. Pro day times won't kill a player's draft stock as a stand-alone number, but with so many other factors, it's easy to see why Jones stock hasn't been very high.
The Steelers are in a good position to sit and wait for Jones. If he's there, and they trust that he's healthy, he could be a nice fit in the 3-4 defense, replacing James Harrison.
The Pick: OG Jonathan Cooper, North Carolina
The Dallas Cowboys were weak in the middle of the offensive line this season, leaving Jerry Jones questioning the moves made last offseason to shore up the middle.
Jonathan Cooper is a versatile prospect who could play guard or center in the middle of the Dallas line—both areas of need. As the most athletic interior lineman in this year's class, Cooper could be a fit at left guard or as the team's center. He shows great ability to move off the ball and impact the defense in the run game.
While his pass protection does need some work, Cooper has the ability to be an instant starter for the Cowboys.
The Pick: DE Bjoern Werner, FSU
Sometimes, being patient pays off. The New York Giants have built two Super Bowl championships on that belief in the front office, and in the 2013 class, general manager Jerry Reese can sit back and wait for the dominos to fall.
With pick No. 19, the Giants can go a few directions.
The Giants need pass-rushers—which may sound odd with the household names they have on the roster, but they do. Justin Tuck has battled injuries and looks like a shell of his former self, while Osi Umenyiora hasn't been re-signed yet in free agency. That leaves All-Pro Jason Pierre-Paul as the only impact rusher for a team that loves speed at end.
Bjoern Werner is a complete, all-around 4-3 defensive end. He's likely to slip a bit in the draft due to his projection as purely a 4-3 end, but the Giants would love to pair him with JPP and give the front four a facelift heading into 2013.
The Pick: MLB Arthur Brown, Kansas State
The Chicago Bears will be loading up at linebacker in the 2013 draft after losing Brian Urlacher and Nick Roach in free agency. They can hope and pray Arthur Brown is available at pick No. 20.
Brown is an active, aggressive inside linebacker with the speed and athletic ability to excel in the Bears' 4-3 defense. Replacing Urlacher won't be easy for anyone, but the team will love Brown's attacking style of play and the speed upgrade in the middle of the defense.
The Pick: SS Jonathan Cyprien, FIU
Thanks to smart drafting and team building, the Cincinnati Bengals come into the draft without many needs. Yes, you read that right; these aren't your daddy's Bengals.
After two consecutive playoff berths, the Bengals are to a point where they can fill in a hole or two while increasing the overall talent of the team.
With pick No. 21, the Bengals would ideally add speed on defense—assuming they aren't drafting to replace right tackle Andre Smith. If they're able to get a right tackle signed, the front office can invest in a hard-hitting strong safety here who can add a level of intimidation to the defense.
Jonathan Cyprien has been a hot riser in the pre-draft season following a superb Senior Bowl week. The FIU product has range and the power to put runners on the ground. In the Bengals secondary, he'll be an enforcer who allows Taylor Mays to move to a backup role.
The Pick: WR Tavon Austin, West Virginia
Danny Amendola went to New England in free agency, so the St. Louis Rams draft his replacement while getting younger, faster and healthier at a key position.
By adding Jake Long in free agency and Chance Warmack with pick No. 16, the Rams will shift focus with their second first-round pick by looking for speed at the wide receiver position. The team has young projects in Brian Quick, Austin Pettis and Chris Givens, but Austin gives quarterback Sam Bradford a go-to target over the middle and in space.
Austin will need to be a playmaker in the St. Louis offense, but he has that ability as long as the team can get him the ball in space.
The Pick: CB Xavier Rhodes, FSU
By trading Percy Harvin to the Seattle Seahawks, the Minnesota Vikings have two first-round picks and the money to sign Greg Jennings to fill the void at receiver. With their first pick in the 2013 draft, they have to find someone to fill the void created when the team cut cornerback Antoine Winfield.
Xavier Rhodes is an excellent man-coverage cornerback with good size and speed to press at the line and then turn to bail with the receiver. Rhodes' instincts are a bit untested coming out of the FSU defense, but his raw ability makes him look like a future star at the position.
The Pick: WR Keenan Allen, California
The Indianapolis Colts pulled off an improbable turnaround in 2012, going from two wins in 2011 to the playoffs just one season later. Thanks to general manager Ryan Grigson and coach Chuck Pagano, the team has a chance to be even better in 2013.
Looking at the needs on the roster, the Colts did a great job filling in most holes through free agency. They've found a right tackle, a left guard, two key cogs to the defensive line and a physical cornerback.
What's left? How about a wide receiver?
The Colts need to start thinking about life after Reggie Wayne, and with California's Keenan Allen on the board, they can add a wide receiver with the size and open-field vision to make plays with Andrew Luck at quarterback.
Allen falls a bit down the board due to an MCL injury that limited him in the offseason, but Indianapolis will gladly stop his slide and pick up a potential stud at receiver.
The Pick: ILB Alec Ogletree, Georgia
Adding Xavier Rhodes at pick No. 23 fills one of the biggest needs on the Minnesota depth chart, but it is't done addressing the defense. With pick No. 25, the front office goes back down south for a middle linebacker with top 10 potential.
Alec Ogletree could be a seen as a top player in this year's class, and may still be, but off-field issues have checkered his past and will definitely come up on draft day. Teams who believe they can support Ogletree will get a linebacker with exceptional range and a violent, attacking presence on defense.
The Pick: ILB Manti Te'o, Notre Dame
I'm routinely asked where Manti Te'o will fall in the draft. Here's your answer.
Te'o still looks like a first-round linebacker to me. Even with the fake girlfriend hoax. Even with the poor 40 time. Even after Alabama whipped him (and the entire Notre Dame defense).
Te'o may not be the top-five pick some wanted him to be in early December, but he's still a very talented inside linebacker. He will be at his best in a 3-4 defense, much like what the Green Bay Packers run.
After watching the San Francisco 49ers and other offenses dominate the Packers, the front office has to be looking to any and every option for improving the defense in 2013. Te'o may not be a popular pick, but his ability to shut down the run and impact the game with heads-up plays in coverage will be a welcomed addition.
The Pick: WR DeAndre Hopkins, Clemson
The Houston Texans do a great job of keeping key talent in place while moving around pieces to replace second-tier free agents. They've done that again this offseason while showing a more aggressive spirit to bring in guys like Ed Reed. But this is still a team that builds through the draft, and it'll have options at pick No. 27.
The Texans desperately need a big wide receiver opposite Andre Johnson, someone younger and faster who can draw attention from defenses. DeAndre Hopkins has the size and speed to be a deep threat who can open up the Texans offense while preventing defenses from focusing too much on the run or overloading Johnson in coverage.
The Pick: CB Johnthan Banks, Mississippi State
The Denver Broncos have been active in free agency, and even though they added Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie, the team needs another young player at the position to play behind the aging Champ Bailey.
Johnthan Banks is a physical, man-coverage cornerback who has the skill set to attack the ball as a cover man and a tackler. Banks could easily be the team's No. 3 cornerback in 2013 and then make his move to the starting lineup in 2014 as Bailey's replacement. Talk about a smooth transition.
The Pick: DE Datone Jones, UCLA
The New England Patriots need speed and strength on defense after shuffling their wide receivers and offensive line in free agency. Now it's time to get back to Bill Belichick football with a commanding defense.
Datone Jones was one of the most impressive players at the Senior Bowl, and wrapped that up with a good combine. With the size of a 3-4 defensive end and the speedy moves of an outside pass-rusher, Jones will be a great fit in the Patriots defense as they move between a 3-4 and 4-3 set.
Jones would complete a very good defensive front seven in New England.
The Pick: DE Alex Okafor, Texas
It's no secret that the Atlanta Falcons need pass-rushers, and with pick No. 30, the front office should be solely focused on adding a defensive end.
Alex Okafor is a balanced defender with good ability in the run game and the speed to be an asset as a pass-rusher. He moved around between left and right end at Texas and didn't always have the opportunity to show off his pass-rushing skills, but a stunning bowl performance and a solid week at the Senior Bowl keep Okafor in the top 32 picks.
The Falcons would do backflips if they could land a 4-3 defensive end with Okafor's ability at the end of Round 1.
The Pick: FS Eric Reid, LSU
Dashon Goldson left town for Tampa, leaving a big hole at free safety. With 14 picks in the 2013 draft, the 49ers have room to add a replacement, and with so few identifiable needs, they will look to do that sooner rather than later.
Eric Reid is a big, physical free safety who fits the mold of what the 49ers have wanted to do in the secondary. He won't make a ton of big plays on the ball, but is good in coverage and has the size to put down defenders over the middle. If allowed to freelance more in coverage, Reid has the hands to convert interceptions.
Cornerback could be a need for the 49ers with pick No. 31, but the team is in better shape there than at free safety.
The Pick: WR Quinton Patton, Louisiana Tech
Free agency has gutted the Baltimore Ravens roster, but the fans can take solace in the fact that Ozzie Newsome is one of the best general managers in the game. If anyone can rebuild this team, Newsome can.
With pick No. 32, the Ravens can go best player available, which is their preference in most drafts, and be just fine. On my board, that player is Quinton Patton from Louisiana Tech.
Patton is a deep threat with the ability to become a better underneath receiver on an offense that already features downfield threats in Jacoby Jones and Torrey Smith. If Patton can learn to be a threat underneath, the Ravens won't miss Anquan Boldin as much as most expect in 2013.
33. Jacksonville Jaguars—Damontre Moore DE Texas A&M
34. San Francisco 49ers (from Chiefs)—Zach Ertz TE Stanford
35. Philadelphia Eagles—Phillip Thomas FS Fresno State
36. Detroit Lions—Sam Montgomery DE LSU
37. Cincinnati Bengals (from Raiders)—DJ Fluker RT Alabama
38. Arizona Cardinals—Kyle Long OL Oregon
39. New York Jets—Matt Barkley QB USC
40. Tennessee Titans—Jordan Poyer CB Oregon State
41. Buffalo Bills—Ryan Nassib QB Syracuse
42. Miami Dolphins—Kawann Short DT Purdue
43. Tampa Bay Buccaneers—Jamar Taylor CB Boise State
44. Carolina Panthers—Jesse Williams DT Alabama
45. San Diego Chargers—David Amerson CB North Carolina St.
46. St. Louis Rams—Eddie Lacy RB Alabama
47. Dallas Cowboys—Matt Elam SS Florida
48. Pittsburgh Steelers—Kevin Minter ILB LSU
49. New York Giants—Tyler Eifert TE Notre Dame
50. Chicago Bears—Khaseem Greene OLB Rutgers
51. Washington Redskins—D.J. Swearinger FS South Carolina
52. Minnesota Vikings—Justin Hunter WR Tennessee
53. Cincinnati Bengals—Kiko Alonso OLB Oregon
54. Miami Dolphins (from Colts)—Menelik Watson OT FSU
55. Green Bay Packers—Corey Lemonier OLB Auburn
56. Seattle Seahawks—Larry Warford OG Kentucky
57. Houston Texans—Jon Bostic ILB Florida
58. Denver Broncos—Quanterus Smith DE Western Kentucky
59. New England Patriots—Robert Woods WR USC
60. Atlanta Falcons—Darius Slay CB Miss. State
61. San Francisco 49ers—Logan Ryan CB Rutgers
62. Baltimore Ravens—Tony Jefferson FS Oklahoma
63. Kansas City Chiefs—Jamie Collins OLB Southern Miss
64. Jacksonville Jaguars—Justin Pugh T/G Syracuse
65. Detroit Lions—Dwayne Gratz CB UConn
66. Oakland Raiders—E.J. Manuel QB FSU
67. Philadelphia Eagles—Stedman Bailey WR West Virginia
68. Cleveland Browns—Tyler Wilson QB Arkansas
69. Arizona Cardinals—Mike Glennon QB North Carolina State
70. Tennessee Titans—Cornelius Washington DE Georgia
71. Buffalo Bills—Dallas Thomas T/G Tennessee
72. New York Jets—Jordan Reed TE Florida
73. Tampa Bay Buccaneers—Jordan Mills RT La Tech
74. San Francisco 49ers (from Panthers)—Marquise Goodwin WR Texas
75. New Orleans Saints—Oday Aboushi OT Virginia
76. San Diego Chargers—Sylvester Williams NT North Carolina
77. Miami Dolphins—Margus Hunt DE/DT SMU
78. St. Louis Rams—Sean Porter OLB Texas A&M
79. Pittsburgh Steelers—Markus Wheaton WR Oregon State
80. Dallas Cowboys—Giovani Bernard RB North Carolina
81. New York Giants—Barrett Jones OC Alabama
82. Miami Dolphins (from Bears)—Alvin Bailey OG Arkansas
83. Minnesota Vikings—Johnathan Hankins DT Ohio State
84. Cincinnati Bengals—Travis Frederick OC Wisconsin
85. Washington Redskins—Will Davis CB Utah State
86. Indianapolis Colts—Sanders Commings CB/FS Georgia
87. Seattle Seahawks—Brandon Williams NT MSSU
88. Green Bay Packers—Terrance Williams WR Baylor
89. Houston Texans—John Jenkins NT Georgia
90. Denver Broncos—Shamarko Thomas SS Syracuse
91. New England Patriots—David Bakhtiari OT/G Colorado
92. Atlanta Falcons—Ryan Swope WR Texas A&M
93. San Francisco 49ers—Marcus Lattimore RB South Carolina
94. Baltimore Ravens—Chase Thomas OLB Stanford
95. Houston Texans (compensatory)—Tyler Bray QB Tennessee
96. Kansas City Chiefs (compensatory)—Johnathan Franklin RB UCLA
97. Tennessee Titans (compensatory)—Josh Boyce WR TCU
98. Jacksonville Jaguars—Terrence Brown CB Stanford
99. Kansas City Chiefs—Robert Alford CB SE Louisiana
100. Oakland Raiders—Vance McDonald TE Rice
101. Philadelphia Eagles—Terron Armstead OT Arkansas-Pine Bluff
102. Minnesota Vikings (from Lions)—Zeke Motta FS Notre Dame
103. Arizona Cardinals—Travis Kelce TE Cincinnati
104. Cleveland Browns—Kenny Stills WR Oklahoma
105. Buffalo Bills—Zaviar Gooden OLB Missouri
106. New York Jets—Aaron Dobson WR Marshall
107. Tennessee Titans—Chris Harper WR Kansas State
108. Carolina Panthers—T.J. McDonald FS USC
109. New Orleans Saints—Brandon Jenkins OLB FSU
110. San Diego Chargers—Da'Rick Rogers WR Tenn. Tech
111. Miami Dolphins—Joseph Randle RB Oklahoma State
112. Tampa Bay Buccaneers—Andre Ellington RB Clemson
113. St. Louis Rams—Duke Williams SS Nevada
114. Dallas Cowboys—DeVonte Holloman OLB South Carolina
115. Pittsburgh Steelers—Montee Ball RB Wisconsin
116. New York Giants—Bacarri Rambo FS Georgia
117. Chicago Bears—Earl Wolff SS North Carolina St
118. Cincinnati Bengals—Knile Davis RB Arkansas
119. Washington Redskins—Leon McFadden CB San Diego State
120. Minnesota Vikings—Lavar Edwards DE LSU
121. Indianapolis Colts—Sio Moore OLB UConn
122. Green Bay Packers—Gavin Escobar TE San Diego State
123. Seattle Seahawks—Conner Vernon WR Duke
124. Houston Texans—Kwame Geathers DE Georgia
125. Denver Broncos—Akeem Spence DT Illinois
126. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (from Patriots)—Zac Dysert QB Miami (OH)
127. Atlanta Falcons—Bennie Logan DT LSU
128. San Francisco 49ers—Reid Fragel OT Ohio State
129. Baltimore Ravens—Tharold Simon CB LSU
130. Baltimore Ravens (compensatory)—Joe Kruger DE Utah
131. San Francisco 49ers (compensatory)—Matt Scott QB Arizona
132. Detroit Lions (compensatory)—Chris Faulk OT LSU
133. Atlanta Falcons (compensatory)—Ryan Otten TE San Jose State
134. Kansas City Chiefs—Nico Johnson ILB Alabama
135. Jacksonville Jaguars—Mike Gillislee RB Florida
136. Philadelphia Eagles—William Gholston DE Michigan State
137. Detroit Lions—Alec Lemon WR Syracuse
138. Seattle Seahawks (from Raiders)—Tyrann Mathieu CB LSU
139. Cleveland Browns—Brian Winters OG Kent State
140. Arizona Cardinals—Trevardo Williams OLB UConn
141. New York Jets—Kenjon Barner RB Oregon
142. Tennessee Titans—Brian Schwenke OC California
143. Buffalo Bills—J.C. Tretter OG Cornell
144. New Orleans Saints—Landry Jones QB Oklahoma
145. San Diego Chargers—John Simon OLB Ohio State
146. Miami Dolphins—Blidi Wreh-Wilson CB UConn
147. Tampa Bay Buccaneers—Malliciah Goodman DE Clemson
148. Carolina Panthers—David Quessenberry OT San Jose State
149. St. Louis Rams—Brennan Williams OT North Carolina
150. Pittsburgh Steelers—Robert Lester SS Alabama
151. Dallas Cowboys—Rod Sweeting CB Georgia Tech
152. New York Giants—Gerald Hodges OLB Penn State
153. Chicago Bears—Khaled Holmes OC USC
154. Washington Redskins—Shawn Williams SS Georgia
155. Minnesota Vikings—Sean Renfree QB Duke
156. Cincinnati Bengals—Aaron Mellette WR Elon
157. San Francisco 49ers (from Colts)—Everett Dawkins NT Florida State
158. Seattle Seahawks—Michael Mauti OLB Penn State
159. Green Bay Packers—Stepfon Taylor RB Stanford
160. Houston Texans—Lerentee McCray OLB Florida
161. Denver Broncos—Mychal Rivera TE Tennessee
162. Washington Redskins (from Patriots)—Hugh Thorton OG Illinois
163. Atlanta Falcons—Xavier Nixon OT Florida
164. San Francisco 49ers—Denard Robinson WR Michigan
165. Baltimore Ravens—Jordan Hill DT Penn State
166. Miami Dolphins (compensatory)—Michael Buchanan DE Illinois
167. Green Bay Packers (compensatory)—Nickell Roby CB USC
168. Baltimore Ravens (compensatory)—B.W. Webb CB William & Mary
170. Jacksonville Jaguars—Jelani Jenkins OLB Florida
170. Kansas City Chiefs—Josh Boyd DE Mississippi State
171. Detroit Lions—Chris Gragg TE Arkansas
172. Oakland Raiders—Adrian Bushell CB Louisville
173. Cleveland Browns (from Eagles)—Kevin Reddick ILB North Carolina
174. Arizona Cardinals—Omoregie Uzzi OG Georgia Tech
175. Cleveland Browns—Dustin Hopkins K FSU
176. Arizona Cardinals (from Titans)—Steve Williams CB California
177. Buffalo Bills—Dion Sims TE Michigan State
178. New York Jets—Travis Long OLB Washington St.
179. San Diego Chargers—Josh Evans FS Florida
180. San Francisco 49ers (from Dolphins)—David Bass OLB Missouri Western
181. Tampa Bay Buccaneers—D.J. Hayden CB Houston
182. Carolina Panthers—Devin Taylor DE South Carolina
183. New Orleans Saints—William Campbell DE Michigan
184. St. Louis Rams—Cory Grissom DT South Florida
185. Dallas Cowboys—Rick Wagner OT Wisconsin
186. Pittsburgh Steelers—Nick Kasa TE Colorado
187. New York Giants—Zac Stacy RB Vanderbilt
188. Chicago Bears—Garrett Gilkey OL Chadron State
189. Minnesota Vikings—Christine Michael RB Texas A&M
190. Cincinnati Bengals—Marc Anthony CB California
191. Washington Redskins—Bruce Taylor ILB Virginia Tech
192. Indianapolis Colts—Sam Brenner OG Utah
193. Green Bay Packers—Micah Hyde CB/S Iowa
194. Seattle Seahawks—Dennis Johnson RB Arkansas
195. Houston Texans—Zach Line FB SMU
196. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (from Eagles)—Brad Sorensen QB Southern Utah
197. Cincinnati Bengals (from Patriots)—Terry Hawthorne CB Indiana
198. Atlanta Falcons—A.J. Klein ILB Iowa State
199. Baltimore Ravens (from 49ers)—Tavarres King WR Georgia
200. Baltimore Ravens—Braxston Cave OC Notre Dame
201. Houston Texans (compensatory)—Johnny Adams CB Michigan State
202. Tennessee Titans (compensatory)—Anthony McCloud DT FSU
203. Baltimore Ravens (compensatory)—Lonnie Pryor FB FSU
204. Kansas City Chiefs (compensatory)—Montori Hughes DE Tenn-Martin
205. Oakland Raiders (compensatory)—Cooper Taylor CB Richmond
206. Pittsburgh Steelers (compensatory)—John Boyett FS Oregon
207. Kansas City Chiefs—Colby Cameron QB Louisiana Tech
208. Jacksonville Jaguars—Levine Toilolo TE Stanford
209. Oakland Raiders—Rodney Smith WR FSU
210. Philadelphia Eagles—JJ Wilcox SS Georgia Southern
211. Detroit Lions—Keith Pough OLB Hampton
212. Philadelphia Eagles (from Browns)—Jeff Baca OG UCLA
213. Minnesota Vikings (from Cardinals)—Brandon Sharpe OLB Syracuse
214. Seattle Seahawks (from Bills)—James Vandenberg QB Iowa
215. New York Jets—Tourek Williams OLB FIU
216. Tennessee Titans—Miguel Maysonet RB Stony Brook
217. Miami Dolphins—Michael Williams TE Alabama
218. Tampa Bay Buccaneers—Michael Clay OLB Oregon
219. Oakland Raiders (from Panthers)—Braden Brown OT BYU
220. Seattle Seahawks (from Saints)—Manase Foketi OT West Texas A&M
221. San Diego Chargers—Brandon Kaufman WR Eastern Wash.
222. St. Louis Rams—Eric Martin DE Nebraska
223. Pittsburgh Steelers—Walter Stewart OLB Cincinnati
224. Miami Dolphins (from Cowboys)—Earl Watford OG James Madison
225. New York Giants—Demontre Hurst CB Oklahoma
226. New England Patriots (from Bears)—Zach Rogers WR Tennessse
227. San Francisco 49ers (from Bengals)—Uzoma Nwachukwu WR Texas A&M
228. Washington Redskins—Kapron Lewis-Moore DE Notre Dame
229. Minnesota Vikings—Braden Hansen OG BYU
230. Indianapolis Colts—T.J. Moe WR Missouri
231. Minnesota Vikings (from Seahawks)—Marquess Wilson WR Washington State
232. Green Bay Packers—Jordan Rodgers QB Vanderbilt
233. Houston Texans—Etienne Sabino OLB Ohio State
234. Denver Broncos—Tremayne Scott DE Ohio
235. New England Patriots—Branden Smith CB Georgia
236. Atlanta Falcons—Cameron Lawrence OLB Miss. State
237. San Francisco 49ers—Jake Stoneburner TE Ohio State
238. Baltimore Ravens—Joseph Fauria TE UCLA
239. Philadelphia Eagles (compensatory)—Marcus Davis WR Virginia Tech
240. Cincinnati Bengals (compensatory)—Bradley McDougald FS Kansas
241. Seattle Seahawks (compensatory)—Jahleel Addae SS Central Michigan
242. Seattle Seahawks (compensatory)—Albert Rosette ILB Nevada
243. Atlanta Falcons (compensatory)—Josh Johnson CB Purdue
244. Atlanta Falcons (compensatory)—Rashard Hall FS Clemson
245. Detroit Lions (compensatory)—Blaize Foltz OG TCU
246. San Francisco 49ers (compensatory)—Craig Roh DE Michigan
247. Baltimore Ravens (compensatory)—Cody Davis SS Texas Tech
248. Tennessee Titans (compensatory)—Corey Fuller WR Virginia Tech
249. Atlanta Falcons (compensatory)—Zach Sudfield TE Nevada
250. Miami Dolphins (compensatory)—Ja'Gared Davis OLB SMU
251. Cincinnati Bengals (compensatory)—Jeff Tuel QB Washington State
252. San Francisco 49ers (compensatory)—Quinton Dial DE Alabama
253. New York Giants (compensatory)—DeVonte Christopher WR Utah
254. Indianapolis Colts (compensatory)—Jordan Kovacs SS Michigan