2013 NFL Mock Draft: Updated Rounds 4-7 Predictions

Ty Schalter@tyschalterNFL National Lead WriterApril 27, 2013

2013 NFL Mock Draft: Updated Rounds 4-7 Predictions

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    The wildest, wooliest draft in years was no tamer on its second day.

    2013's quarterback class is the most under-drafted, oddly-selected crop of signal-callers in recent memory. Possible first-round picks like Ryan Nassib and Matt Barkely were left on the board going into Day 3, and teams with obvious needs have passed on them multiple times.

    Where will these talented young quarterbacks land—and how will they get their careers in gear once they get there?

    At the end of the third round, the run on offensive linemen hadn't stopped, but there were still a surprising number of quality running backs and receivers left for the picking. Which teams will get incredible skill-position value on Saturday?

    Don't forget the wildcards: as many as four punters could be taken, and NCAA Football 14 cover model Denard Robinson is still out there for a team with a pick they don't mind gambling.

    Keep reading to find out where everyone ends up in our fully updated fourth-through-seventh-round mock draft!

4th Round: Picks 1-15

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    98. Jacksonville Jaguars: DE Alex Okafor, Texas

    99. Kansas City Chiefs: DT Jesse Williams, Alabama

    100. Oakland Raiders: QB Matt Barkley, USC

    101. Philadelphia Eagles: FS Phillip Thomas, Fresno State

    102. New England Patriots (via Detroit Lions through Vikings): OLB Khaseem Greene, Rutgers

    103. Arizona Cardinals: QB Ryan Nassib, Syracuse

    104. Miami Dolphins (from Cleveland Browns): S Shamarko Thomas, Syracuse

    105. Buffalo Bills: FS Sanders Commings, Georgia

    106. Miami Dolphins (via New York Jets through Saints): WR Ryan Swope, Texas A&M

    107. Tennessee Titans: OT Jordan Mills, Louisiana Tech

    108. Carolina Panthers: WR Quinton Patton, Louisiana Tech

    109. Green Bay Packers (via New Orleans Saints through Miami): OLB Quanterus Smith,Western Kentucky

    110. Arizona Cardinals (from San Diego Chargers): RB Marcus Lattimore, South Carolina

    111. Cleveland Browns (via Miami Dolphins): TE Chris Gragg, Arkansas

    112. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: WR Da'Rick Rogers, Tennessee Tech

    When the Cardinals flew Ryan Nassib out for dinner with the coaches and front office staff, he likely didn't expect them to take him quite this late, but here he is. Marcus Lattimore's dream has a chance in the desert, too.

4th Round: Picks 16-36

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    113. St. Louis Rams: OLB Trevardo Williams, UConn

    114. Dallas Cowboys:  CB Jordan Poyer,  Oregon State

    115. Pittsburgh Steelers:  OT David Bakhtiari,  Colorado

    116. New York Giants: RB Andre Ellington, Clemson

    117. Chicago Bears: CB B.W. Webb, William & Mary

    118. Cincinnati Bengals:  OLB DeVonte Holloman,  South Carolina

    119. Washington Redskins:  RB Johnathan Franklin,  UCLA

    120. Minnesota Vikings:  ILB Nico Johnson,  Alabama

    121. Indianapolis Colts:  DT Akeem Spence,  Illinois

    122. Green Bay Packers:  QB Tyler Wilson,  Arkansas

    123. Seattle Seahawks:  OLB Chase Thomas,  Stanford

    124. Houston Texans: DE/OLB John Simon,  Ohio State

    125. Denver Broncos:  S Bacarri Rambo,  Georgia

    126. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (via New England Patriots):  OL Barrett Jones,  Alabama

    127. Atlanta Falcons: DE William Gholston, Michigan State

    128. San Francisco: 49ers C Brian Schwenke,  Cal

    129. Baltimore Ravens:  OT Oday Aboushi,  Virginia

    130. Baltimore Ravens (compensatory):  ILB Kevin Reddick,  North Carolina

    131. San Francisco 49ers (compensatory):  WR Kenny Stills,  Oklahoma

    132. Detroit Lions (compensatory):  DE Cornelius Washington,  Georgia

    133. Atlanta Falcons (compensatory): QB Matt Scott,  Arizona

    One of the most productive backs in the nation, Johnathan Franklin, finds a home with the Redskins, where they run the zone-read offense he excels in. Barrett Jones, perhaps the most versatile offensive lineman in the draft, lands in Tampa Bay. The Atlanta Falcons love drafting quarterbacks named Matt (Schaub, Ryan and now Scott).

5th Round: Picks 1-15

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    134. Kansas City Chiefs:  DE Michael Buchanan,  Illinois

    135. Jacksonville Jaguars:  RB Joseph Randle,  Oklahoma State

    136. Philadelphia Eagles:  ILB Keith Pough,  Howard

    137. Detroit Lions:  C Khaled Holmes,  Southern California

    138. Seattle Seahawks: (via Oakland Raiders) OT David Quessenberry,  San Jose State

    139. Miami Dolphins (via Cleveland Browns): QB Landry Jones,  Oklahoma

    140. Arizona Cardinals:  S Earl Wolff,  N.C. State

    141. New York Jets:  TE Dion Sims,  Michigan State

    142. Tennessee Titans: QB Zac Dysert, Miami (Oh.)

    143. Buffalo Bills:  OT Chris Faulk,  Louisiana State

    144. New Orleans Saints:  DE Brandon Jenkins,  Florida State

    145. San Diego Chargers:  S Duke Williams,  Nevada

    146. Green Bay Packers (via Miami Dolphins):  WR Josh Boyce, Texas Christian

    147. Tampa Bay Buccaneers:  RB Mike Gillislee,  Florida

    148. Carolina Panthers:  OT Xavier Nixon,  Florida

    Geno Smith is going to love throwing to Dion Sims, the most impressive combination of size and athleticism of any tight end in the draft. Tennessee lands a developmental mini-Jake Locker in Zac Dysert.

5th Round: Picks 16-46

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    149. St. Louis Rams: CB Steve Williams,  California

    150. Pittsburgh Steelers: TE Joseph Fauria, UCLA

    151. Dallas Cowboys:  QB Tyler Bray,  Tennessee

    152. New York Giants:  OT Roger Gaines, Tennessee State

    153. Chicago Bears:  OLB Sean Porter,  Texas A&M

    154. Washington Redskins: WR Aaron Mellette, Elon

    155. Minnesota Vikings:  DE Devin Taylor,  South Carolina

    156. Cincinnati Bengals:  CB Johnny Adams,  Michigan State

    157. San Francisco 49ers (via Indianapolis Colts):  ATH Denard Robinson,  Michigan

    158. Seattle Seahawks: OG J.C. Tretter, Cornell

    159. Green Bay Packers:  DE Lavar Edwards,  LSU

    160. Houston Texans: WR Chris Harper, Kansas State

    161. Denver Broncos:  OT Reid Fragel,  Ohio State

    162. Washington Redskins (via New England Patriots):  DE Malliciah Goodman,  Clemson

    163. Atlanta Falcons:  CB Marc Anthony,  California

    164. Cleveland Browns: OG Edmund Kugbila,  Valdosta State

    165. Seattle Seahawks (via Baltimore Ravens):  RB Stepfan Taylor,  Stanford

    166. Miami Dolphins (compensatory):  QB Sean Renfree,  Duke

    167. Green Bay Packers (compensatory):  WR Cobi Hamilton,  Arkansas

    168. Baltimore Ravens (compensatory):  DT Montori Hughes,  Tennessee-Martin

    The Cowboys start grooming an heir apparent to Tony Romo with Tennessee's strong-armed Tyler Bray. Who else but the San Francisco 49ers can afford to take the ultimate luxury pick in Denard Robinson?

6th Round: Picks 1-15

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    169. Jacksonville Jaguars:  OLB Gerald Hodges,  Penn State

    170. Kansas City Chiefs: RB Kerwynn Williams, Utah State

    171. Detroit Lions OLB: Ty Powell,  Harding

    172. Oakland Raiders:  S Jakar Hamilton,  South Carolina State

    173. Green Bay Packers (via Philadelphia Eagles through Cleveland Browns): CB Daxton Swanson, Sam Houston State

    174. Arizona Cardinals:  RB Kenjon Barner,  Oregon

    175. Cleveland Browns:  OG Alvin Bailey,  Arkansas

    176. Oakland Raiders (from Arizona Cardinals):  CB Brandon McGee,  Miami (Fla.)

    177. Buffalo Bills:  WR Tavarres King,  Georgia

    178. New York Jets:  TE Nick Kasa,  Colorado

    179. San Diego Chargers:  OT Ricky Wagner,  Wisconsin

    180. San Francisco 49ers: (via Miami Dolphins) S Zeke Motta,  Notre Dame

    181. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Steve Beauharnais,  ILB

    182. Carolina Panthers:  TE Levine Toilolo,  Stanford

    183. New Orleans Saints:  CB Micah Hyde,  Iowa

    The Chiefs take yet another offensive weapon: Utah State jitterbug Kerwynn Williams. Arizona adds sizzle to Marcus Lattimore's steak with Oregon tailback Kenjon Barner.

6th Round: Picks 16-38

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    184. St. Louis Rams:  S Josh Evans,  Florida

    185. Dallas Cowboys: WR Ace Sanders, South Carolina

    186. Pittsburgh Steelers:  TE Ryan Otten,  San Jose State

    187. New York Giants:  WR Conner Vernon,  Duke

    188. Chicago Bears:  ILB A.J. Klein,  Iowa State

    189. Minnesota Vikings:  DE Kwame Geathers,  Georgia

    190. Cincinnati Bengals:  OG Earl Watford,  James Madison

    191. Washington Redskins:  ILB Vince Williams,  Florida State

    192. Indianapolis Colts:  OLB Jelani Jenkins,  Florida

    193. Green Bay Packers:  DB Tharold Simon,  Louisiana State

    194. Seattle Seahawks:  CB Nickell Robey,  Southern California

    195. Houston Texans:  FS Rontez Miles,  California (Pa.)

    196. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (via Philadelphia Eagles):  DE David Bass,  Missouri Western

    197. St. Louis Rams  (via New England Patriots through Cincinnati Bengals):  RB Jawan Jamison,  Rutgers

    198. Seattle Seahawks (via Atlanta Falcons): TE Matt Furstenburg, Maryland

    199. Baltimore Ravens (via San Francisco 49ers):  S Robert Lester,  Alabama

    200. Baltimore Ravens:  FB Lonnie Pryor,  Florida State

    201. Houston Texans (compensatory):  CB Rod Sweeting,  Georgia Tech

    202. Tennessee Titans (compensatory):  DT Everett Dawkins,  Florida State

    203. Baltimore Ravens (compensatory):  DE Tourek Williams,  Florida International

    204. Kansas City Chiefs (compensatory):  QB Ryan Griffin,  Tulane

    205. Oakland Raiders (compensatory):  DT Josh Boyd,  Mississippi State

    206. Pittsburgh Steelers (compensatory):  OT Garrett Gilkey,  Chadron State

    The Cowboys add a potentially explosive understudy to Dez Bryant in Ace Sanders. The Ravens, one of the few teams who knows how to use a true fullback, pick up Florida State's Lonnie Pryor.

7th Round: Picks 1-15

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    207. Kansas City Chiefs:  TE Mychal Rivera,  Tennessee

    208. Jacksonville Jaguars:  DT T.J. Barnes,  Georgia Tech

    209. Oakland Raiders:  QB Jordan Rodgers,  Vanderbilt

    210. Philadelphia Eagles:  CB Josh Johnson,  Purdue

    211. Detroit Lions:  OLB Ja'Gared Davis, Southern Methodist

    212. Philadelphia Eagles (via Cleveland Browns):  OG Eric Herman,  Ohio

    213. Minnesota Vikings (via Arizona Cardinals):  RB Miguel Maysonet,  Stony Brook

    214. Minnesota Vikings (via Seattle Seahwaks):  TE Jake Stoneburner,  Ohio State

    215. New York Jets:  OLB Etienne Sabino,  Ohio State

    216. Green Bay Packers (via Tennessee Titans):  OLB Brandon Magee,  Arizona State

    217. Cleveland Browns (via Miami Dolphins):  DT Cory Grissom,  South Florida

    218. Philadelphia Eagles: (via Tampa Bay Buccaneers) FB/TE Zach Line,  Southern Methodist

    219. Arizona Cardinals: (from Oakland Raiders) ILB Jonathan Stewart,  Texas A&M

    220. Seattle Seahawks: (via New Orleans Saints) ILB Michael Mauti, Penn State

    221. San Diego Chargers: OT Emmett Cleary, Boston College

    Not for the first time in this draft, there's a run on tight ends. Mychal Rivera, Jake Stoneburner and Zach Line all come off the board within a dozen picks of one another. 

7th Round: Picks 16-49

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    222. Buffalo Bills (via St. Louis Rams):  CB Terry Hawthorne,  Illinois

    223. Pittsburgh Steelers: WR Charles Johnson, Grand Valley State

    224. Green Bay Packers (via Dallas Cowboys through Miami Dolphins):  OG Stephane Milhim, Massachusetts 

    225. New York Giants: D.C. Jefferson, Rutgers

    226. New England Patriots: (via Chicago Bears):  C Braxston Cave,  Notre Dame

    227. Cleveland Browns (from San Francisco 49ers):  WR Corey Fuller,  Virginia Tech

    228. Washington Redskins:  WR Rodney Smith,  Florida State

    229. New England Patriots (via Minnesota Vikings):  OT Jason Weaver,  Southern Miss

    230. Indianapolis Colts:  WR Alec Lemon,  Syracuse

    231. Seattle Seahawks:  OLB Travis Johnson,  San Jose State

    232. Green Bay Packers:  CB Adrian Bushell,  Louisville

    233. Houston Texans:  TE Michael Williams,  Alabama

    234. Denver Broncos: WR Marquess Wilson, Washington State

    235. New England Patriots:  RB Zac Stacy,  Vanderbilt

    236. Atlanta Falcons:  OLB Lerentee McCray,  Florida

    237. San Francisco 49ers:  OT Braden Brown,  BYU

    238. Baltimore Ravens:  DL Abry Jones,  Georgia

    239. Philadelphia Eagles (compensatory):  DL Anthony McCloud,  FSU

    240. Cincinnati Bengals (compensatory):  OLB Eric Martin,  Nebraska

    241. Seattle Seahawks (compensatory):  OG Jeff Baca,  UCLA

    242. Seattle Seahawks (compensatory): TE Philip Lutzenkirchen, Auburn

    243. Atlanta Falcons (compensatory):  WR T.J. Moe,  Missouri

    244. Atlanta Falcons (compensatory):  K Dustin Hopkins,  FSU

    245. Detroit Lions (compensatory): P Brad Wing, Louisana State

    246. San Francisco 49ers (compensatory):  TE Zach Sudfeld,  Nevada

    247. Baltimore Ravens (compensatory):  OLB John Lotulelei,  UNLV

    248. Tennessee Titans (compensatory):  OLB Michael Clay,  Oregon

    249. Atlanta Falcons (compensatory):  SS Cody Davis,  Texas Tech

    250. Miami Dolphins (compensatory):  WR Sam McGuffie, Rice

    251. Cincinnati Bengals (compensatory):  RB Michael Ford,  LSU

    252. San Francisco 49ers (compensatory):  DE/LB Wes Horton,  USC

    253. New York Giants (compensatory): G Ryan Jensen, Colorado St.-Pueblo

    254. Indianapolis Colts (compensatory):  DE Meshak Williams,  Kansas State

    Two specialists come off the board here. The Atlanta Falcons try to maximize their compensatory picks by taking one of everything, including Florida State kicker Dustin Hopkins. The Detroit Lions' unintentional punter-by-committee approach did not work well for them last season. Louisiana State's Brad Wing should end that.