NFL Mock Draft 2014: Complete 7-Round Predictions

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NFL Mock Draft 2014: Complete 7-Round Predictions
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When you sit down to do a seven-round NFL mock draft, you realize something about yourself—you're either a glutton for punishment, or you really, really love the draft. 

I'm the latter. But it's a fine line that separates the two.

Below, you'll find a full mock draft with all (gulps) 256 selections accounted for. A brief note on my methodology—while I try to match need with value as much as possible in the early rounds, by the later rounds I'm simply focused on making value picks for teams. However, the later rounds are often used for filling out depth.

OK, enough of the boring stuff—let's project this entire freaking draft, shall we?

1. Houston Texans: Jadeveon Clowney, DE, South Carolina  

It's pretty simple—Jadeveon Clowney is the best prospect in this draft, hands down. All of the talk about his motor or his love of the game or his reduced production last season is hogwash, folks—the man is a dynamic talent who was constantly double- and triple-teamed last year.

Do I think a team like Jacksonville or Atlanta could still trade up to this pick to draft him? Yes. Do I think the Texans would be crazy to pass on him if they couldn't move the pick?


2. St. Louis Rams (from Washington): Sammy Watkins, WR, Clemson 

A lot of people are going to have this pick as Greg Robinson—or perhaps even Khalil Mack—but the chance to add the most dynamic offensive skill-position player in this draft will be too hard to pass up for Jeff Fisher and company. Just imagine opposing defenses trying to scheme against Tavon Austin and Sammy Watkins.


3. Jacksonville Jaguars: Khalil Mack, DE/OLB, Buffalo    

If the Jaguars and Texans weren't in the same division, I'd be sure they were going to swap picks, seeing as Clowney is a better fit in Jacksonville and Mack is a better fit for the Texans. But it's hard to imagine Houston making a fair exchange with a division rival, so I think the Jags stay put and add the scheme-versatile Mack to the defense. 

Gus Bradley will find plenty of creative ways to employ his new toy on defense—you can believe that. 

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

Johnny Manziel continues to be a great fit for Cleveland. He's a day-one starter, and the team has a reliable backup in place in Brian Hoyer. He'll put butts in seats. He'll be working with an offensive coordinator in Kyle Shanahan that just built an offense around Robert Griffin III. He'll have offensive weapons to work with in Josh Gordon, Jordan Cameron and Ben Tate (and as you'll see later in this draft, the Browns will probably add a few more as well).

And Browns general manager Ray Farmer seems intrigued by his unique skill set, as he revealed in a press conference, via Marla Ridenour of

"He’s different," he said. "He’s not the quintessential guy who everybody points to and says, ‘This is how you would draw it up, this is the packaging you want.’ That speaks to a lot of what Johnny has been his entire life, is different. It’s not how you think about playing the position and being effective from the pocket."

Those comments were ambiguous, yes. I don't care—this feels like an obvious choice to me.

5. Oakland Raiders: Greg Robinson, OT, Auburn  

So does this. The Raiders have more needs than a newborn baby, but addressing the offensive line with an athletic, huge-upside prospect like Greg Robinson takes care of a big one. You don't always get to fill a big need with the best player available, but the Raiders luck out.

6. Atlanta Falcons: Jake Matthews, OT, Texas A&M  

The Falcons don't luck out, as I'm guessing they crave either Clowney or Mack. And they could still likely trade up to land either. Still, staying put and drafting one of the safer prospects in the draft, Jake Matthews, is a pretty nice option, too.

7. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Mike Evans, WR, Texas A&M

This has become a popular pick, though a receiver-needy team flush with draft picks—(cough) the 49ers! (cough)—could move up into the top 10 to chase Mike Evans. Still, the possibility of pairing Evans with Vincent Jackson is surely giving Tampa's NFC-South foes night terrors.

8. Minnesota Vikings: Blake Bortles, QB, Central Florida  

Projecting landing spots for quarterbacks in this draft has become a toss-up, but Blake Bortles' upside is unquestionable and the Vikings' need for a quarterback is fairly obvious. I like the idea of Bortles in Norv Turner's vertical passing attack, and with Adrian Peterson to hand the ball off to, he'll have a nice security blanket in place if he struggles early.  

9. Buffalo Bills: Eric Ebron, TE, North Carolina 

The Bills need to upgrade the passing game and could use a dynamic player at the tight end position. Eric Ebron fills both needs. More of an off-the-ball weapon in the passing game than an in-line blocker, Ebron would create plenty of mismatches for EJ Manuel to exploit. Possibly a slight reach here, but Ebron would give this offense a whole new dimension.  

10. Detroit Lions: Justin Gilbert, CB, Oklahoma State

There isn't a consensus as to whom the top corner is in this draft, but I'm a Justin Gilbert fan. His athleticism, his scheme-versatility and his ability to affect the game as a returner make him very intriguing. An easy choice for the Lions. 

11. Tennessee Titans: Anthony Barr, OLB/DE, UCLA

I'm not sure I've projected another player to the Titans in months. Anthony Barr is a bit raw but his athleticism and potential are impressive. As Tennessee adjusts to a 3-4 hybrid scheme, starting with a dynamic player coming off the edge makes sense. Barr fills that need. 

12. New York Giants: Taylor Lewan, OT, Michigan

Taylor Lewan is nasty. He's a snarling dog baring his teeth to anybody who would step between him and his dinner. He's going to not only improve this team's offensive line, he'll add a bit of mean to a team that often looked punchless last season.  

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

I had the Rams taking Ha'Sean "Ha Ha" Clinton-Dix for months in this slot, but I've come around to the idea that Calvin Pryor's combination of athleticism and physicality better fits the Rams system. He'll be a center fielder in this scheme, but a center fielder that will take off heads across the middle. 

14. Chicago Bears: Aaron Donald, DT, Pittsburgh 

Aaron Donald could very easily be a top-10 pick, depending on how the draft plays out, but if he's available at No. 14 the Bears will draft him in a hot second. There's really nothing negative you can say about Donald, a player who has impressed on the field and off. He'll help reinvigorate a running attack that couldn't have stopped a fly with a windshield last season.  

15. Pittsburgh Steelers: Darqueze Dennard, CB, Michigan State  

Some folks have vaulted Kyle Fuller past Darqueze Dennard in the corner rankings, but I think the latter is the perfect fit for the Steelers. His physical, press-man style and ability to contribute against the run will make him a fast favorite in the Steel City.

16. Dallas Cowboys: Timmy Jernigan, DT, Florida State

I could see the Cowboys sniffing around Ra'Shede Hageman as well, but Timmy Jernigan is the perfect fit next to Henry Melton, and he's versatile enough to play several positions in different fronts. Some may find this to be a slight reach, but has that ever stopped Jerry Jones before? 

Just be glad he isn't trading away the farm to draft Johnny Football.

17. Baltimore Ravens: C.J. Mosley, LB, Alabama

Without Ray Lewis prowling in the middle of the field, the Baltimore defense isn't quite the same. Nobody expects C.J. Mosley to replace Lewis, but he'll certainly improve a middle linebacker position that needs a playmaker. 

18. New York Jets: Ha Ha Clinton-Dix, S, Alabama    

With Eric Decker signed in free agency and Clinton-Dix still on the board, I wouldn't be surprised to see the Jets bypass the receiver position here and add a free safety. Clinton-Dix would give this team a rangy player over the top, and he's a very nice value here. If he drops this far, don't be surprised to see a team trade up to nab him.  

19. Miami Dolphins: Zack Martin, OT, Notre Dame  

It's no secret that the Dolphins need to upgrade, well, basically the entire offensive line, and Zack Martin would be a nice start. He can either play tackle or guard at the next level, and his versatility makes him all the more appealing.  

20. Arizona Cardinals: Derek Carr, QB, Fresno State 

The Cardinals could wait until the second round to address the quarterback position behind Carson Palmer, but I think they'll be hard-pressed to pass on Derek Carr here. I love the fit of Carr's big arm in Bruce Arians' downfield passing attack, so I wouldn't be surprised in the least if he's off the board here.

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

The Packers need to bolster the defensive line in this draft, and they'll have the option of selecting several talented players here. Louis Nix III is the top nose tackle available, however, meaning he'll literally and figuratively plug a big hole for the Packers.

22. Philadelphia Eagles: Odell Beckham Jr., WR, LSU 

This is a great fit for the Eagles. Odell Beckham Jr.'s speed and quickness would make him a great option in the slot for Philadelphia, and he'd also seriously upgrade the team's return game. This is the type of athlete that will thrive in Chip Kelly's fast-paced offense. 

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

Brandin Cooks is going to give Andy Reid a DeSean Jackson-esque weapon like he had in Philly. Cooks is even better after the catch than Jackson, so you can bet you'll see plenty of wide receiver screens and quick outs in Kansas City next season.


24. Cincinnati Bengals: Kyle Fuller, CB, Virginia Tech 

Fuller is atop some analyst's corner rankings at this point, so the Bengals will feel they're getting a steal here. It's no secret that Cincy's corners are pretty old, and Fuller will not only bring youth but the ability to step in and start from day one.  

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

If Hageman were a more consistent performer, he'd be a top-15 pick. As it were, he's a nice value for a Chargers team that needs to improve in the trenches. 

26. Cleveland Browns (via Indianapolis): Kelvin Benjamin, WR, Florida State

Hey, if you are going to draft Manziel, you might as well surround him with weapons. Kelvin Benjamin is a bit of a project, yes, and some might see this as a reach, but his ability to go up and snatch the ball will make him a nice addition to this offense, especially in the red zone. Cleveland's offense just became one of the most intriguing and exciting in the league. 

27. New Orleans Saints: Dee Ford, OLB, Auburn 

Great value for the Saints here, as Dee Ford is one of the top pass-rushers in this draft. He'll give the Saints even more bite on the edge and give Rob Ryan a fun new toy to send at quarterbacks. 

28. Carolina Panthers: Marqise Lee, WR, USC 

Anonymous may be a group of hackers, but it also describes the Panthers receiving corps. Marqise Lee has seen his stock take a hit after a disappointing 2013 season, but this kid can play, and he'll instantly upgrade the passing attack for Cam Newton.  

29. New England Patriots: Jace Amaro, TE, Texas Tech

Jace Amaro is not only the perfect fit to pair with Rob Gronkowski, he's also insurance for the oft-injured tight end. A receptions machine, Amaro will be part Aaron Hernandez's former role, part Wes Welker's former role in this offense for Tom Brady. 

30. San Francisco 49ers: Jason Verrett, CB, TCU

The Niners have about 20,000 picks in this draft, so they really can focus on taking the top player on the board (unless they trade some of those picks, which they surely will). Jason Verrett has been the forgotten man at the corner position atop that position's rankings, but this kid can really play.

31. Denver Broncos: Ryan Shazier, OLB, Ohio State

Shazier is either a nice complement to Von Miller opposite of him at linebacker or a nice understudy. Either way, for a team that basically rebuilt its defense through free agency, further solidifying it in the draft is vital.  

32. Seattle Seahawks: Allen Robinson, WR, Penn State  

Having lost Golden Tate, it's no secret the Seahawks need to replace his production. Allen Robinson is more of a downfield threat than Tate, but he's also sneakily dangerous after the catch. He shouldn't need a huge adjustment period and could pair with Percy Harvin to give this team two very dangerous weapons on the outside. 

2nd Round
Pick Team Player Position School
33 Houston Texans Teddy Bridgewater QB Louisville
34 Washington Kony Ealy DE/OLB Missouri
35 Cleveland Browns Xavier Su'a-Filo G UCLA
36 Oakland Raiders Bradley Roby CB Ohio State
37 Atlanta Falcons Kyle Van Noy OLB BYU
38 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Dominique Easley DT Florida
39 Jacksonville Jaguars Jimmy Garoppolo QB Eastern Illinois
40 Minnesota Vikings Deone Bucannon S Washington State
41 Buffalo Bills Morgan Moses OT Virginia
42 Tennessee Titans Carlos Hyde RB Ohio State
43 New York Giants Austin Seferian-Jenkins TE Washington
44 St. Louis Rams Cyrus Kouandjio OT Alabama
45 Detroit Lions Jimmie Ward S Northern Illinois
46 Pittsburgh Steelers Stephon Tuitt DE Notre Dame
47 Dallas Cowboys Scott Crichton DE Oregon State
48 Baltimore Ravens LaMarcus Joyner CB/S Florida State
49 New York Jets Cody Latimer WR Indiana
50 Miami Dolphins David Yankey G Stanford
51 Chicago Bears Marcus Roberson CB Florida
52 Arizona Cardinals Jeremiah Attaochu OLB Georgia Tech
53 Green Bay Packers Chris Borland LB Wisconsin
54 Philadelphia Eagles Demarcus Lawrence OLB Boise State
55 Cincinnati Bengals Trent Murphy DE/OLB Stanford
56 San Francisco 49ers Jarvis Landry WR LSU
57 San Diego Chargers Joel Bitonio OT Nevada
58 New Orleans Saints Travis Swanson C Arkansas
59 Indianapolis Colts Pierre Desir CB Lindenwood
60 Carolina Panthers Gabe Jackson G Mississippi State
61 San Francisco 49ers Marcus Martin C USC
62 New England Patriots Preston Brown LB Louisville
63 Denver Broncos Jaylen Watkins CB Florida
64 Seattle Seahawks Trai Turner G LSU

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3rd Round
Pick Team Player Position School
65 Houston Texans Phillip Gaines CB Rice
66 Washington Will Sutton DT Arizona State
67 Oakland Raiders Zach Mettenberger QB LSU
68 Atlanta Falcons Max Bullough LB Michigan State
69 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Tom Savage QB Pittsburgh
70 Jacksonville Jaguars Jordan Matthews WR Vanderbilt
71 Cleveland Browns Tre Mason RB Auburn
72 Minnesota Vikings Jackson Jeffcoat DE Texas
73 Buffalo Bills Martavis Bryant WR Clemson
74 New York Giants Donte Moncrief WR Ole Miss
75 St. Louis Rams Weston Richburg C Colorado State
76 Detroit Lions Kareem Martin DE North Carolina
77 San Francisco 49ers Carl Bradford OLB Arizona State
78 Dallas Cowboys AJ McCarron QB Alabama
79 Baltimore Ravens Jeremy Hill RB LSU
80 New York Jets Antonio Richardson OT Tennessee
81 Miami Dolphins Andre Williams RB Boston College
82 Chicago Bears Jordan Tripp OLB Montana
83 Cleveland Browns Terrence Brooks S Florida State
84 Arizona Cardinals Ahmad Dixon S Baylor
85 Green Bay Packers Ed Reynolds S Stanford
86 Philadelphia Eagles Stanley Jean-Baptiste CB Nebraska
87 Kansas City Chiefs Bashaud Breeland CB Clemson
88 Cincinnati Bengals Ja'Wuan James OT Tennessee
89 San Diego Chargers Ego Ferguson DT LSU
90 Indianapolis Colts Kevin Pierre-Louis OLB Boston College
91 New Orleans Saints Shayne Skov LB Stanford
92 Carolina Panthers Telvin Smith OLB Florida State
93 New England Patriots George Uko DT USC
94 San Francisco 49ers DaQuan Jones DT Penn State
95 Denver Broncos Ka’Deem Carey RB Arizona
96 Minnesota Vikings Terrance West RB Towson
97 Pittsburgh Steelers Kevin Norwood WR Alabama
98 Green Bay Packers Bryan Stork C Florida State
99 Baltimore Ravens Jack Mewhort OT Ohio State
100 San Francisco 49ers Kelcy Quarles DE South Carolina

4th Round
Pick Team Player Position School
101 Houston Texans Trevor Reilly OLB Utah
102 Washington Yawin Smallwood LB UConn
103 Atlanta Falcons Marcus Smith DE Louisville
104 New York Jets Troy Niklas TE Notre Dame
105 Jacksonville Jaguars Devonta Freeman RB Florida State
106 Cleveland Browns Brock Vereen S Minnesota
107 Oakland Raiders Bruce Ellington WR South Carolina
108 Minnesota Vikings Justin Ellis DT Louisiana Tech
109 Buffalo Bills Chris Watt G Notre Dame
110 St. Louis Rams Christian Kirksey OLB Iowa
111 Detroit Lions Christian Jones LB Florida State
112 Tennessee Titans Aaron Murray QB Georgia
113 New York Giants Dakota Dozier G Furman
114 Jacksonville Jaguars Keith McGill CB Utah
115 New York Jets Cyril Richardson G Baylor
116 Miami Dolphins Robert Herron WR Wyoming
117 Chicago Bears Dion Bailey S USC
118 Pittsburgh Steelers Lamin Barrow LB LSU
119 Dallas Cowboys Paul Richardson WR Colorado
120 Arizona Cardinals Ed Stinson DE Alabama
121 Green Bay Packers C.J. Fiedorowicz TE Iowa
122 Philadelphia Eagles Craig Loston S LSU
123 Cincinnati Bengals Loucheiz Purifoy CB Florida
124 Kansas City Chiefs Dezmen Southward S Wisconsin
125 San Diego Chargers Jared Abbrederis WR Wisconsin
126 New Orleans Saints Lache Seastrunk RB Baylor
127 Cleveland Browns E.J. Gaines CB Missouri
128 Carolina Panthers Billy Turner OT North Dakota State
129 San Francisco 49ers Nevin Lawson CB Utah State
130 New England Patriots Charles Sims RB West Virginia
131 Denver Broncos Kadeem Edwards G Tennessee State
132 Seattle Seahawks Josh Huff WR Oregon
133 Detroit Lions Adrian Hubbard DE/OLB Alabama
134 Baltimore Ravens Terrance Mitchell S Oregon State
135 Houston Texans Anthony Steen G Alabama
136 Detroit Lions Charles Leno OT/G Boise State
137 New York Jets Storm Johnson RB Central Florida
138 Baltimore Ravens Crockett Gillmore TE Colorado State
139 Atlanta Falcons Kenny Ladler S Vanderbilt
140 New England Patriots Jordan Zumwalt LB UCLA

5th Round
Pick Team Player Position School
141 Houston Texans Marqueston Huff S Wyoming
142 Washington Arthur Lynch TE Georgia
143 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Richard Rodgers TE California
144 Jacksonville Jaguars Brent Urban DE Virginia
145 Cleveland Browns Ronald Powell OLB Florida
146 Seattle Seahawks Colt Lyerla TE Oregon
147 Atlanta Falcons Antone Exum CB Virginia Tech
148 Minnesota Vikings Brandon Coleman WR Rutgers
149 Buffalo Bills Gabe Ikard C Oklahoma
150 Jacksonville Jaguars Aaron Lynch DE USF
151 Tennessee Titans Anthony Johnson DT LSU
152 New York Giants James Hurst OT North Carolina
153 St. Louis Rams Chris Davis CB Auburn
154 New York Jets Chris Smith OLB Arkansas
155 Miami Dolphins Josh Mauro DE Stanford
156 Chicago Bears David Fales QB San Jose State
157 Pittsburgh Steelers Jake Murphy TE Utah
158 Dallas Cowboys Dontae Johnson FS North Carolina State
159 Jacksonville Jaguars Devin Street WR Pittsburgh
160 Arizona Cardinals Joe Don Duncan TE Dixie State
161 Green Bay Packers Logan Thomas QB Virginia Tech
162 Philadelphia Eagles Rashaad Reynolds CB Oregon State
163 Kansas City Chiefs Victor Hampton CB South Carolina
164 Cincinnati Bengals Will Clarke DE West Virginia
165 San Diego Chargers Isaiah Lewis S Michigan State
166 Indianapolis Colts Cameron Fleming OT Stanford
167 New Orleans Saints James Gayle DE Virginia Tech
168 Carolina Panthers Tyler Larsen C Utah State
169 New Orleans Saints Matt Patchan OT Boston College
170 San Francisco 49ers Avery Williamson LB Kentucky
171 Denver Broncos Russell Bodine C North Carolina
172 Seattle Seahawks Deion Belue CB Alabama
173 Pittsburgh Steelers Michael Sam OLB Missouri
174 New York Giants Mike Davis WR Texas
175 Baltimore Ravens Walt Aikens CB Liberty
176 Green Bay Packers Caraun Reid DT Princeton

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6th Round
Pick Team Player Position School
177 Houston Texans Ryan Grant WR Tulane
178 Washington Jon Halapio G Florida
179 Jacksonville Jaguars Marion Grice RB Arizona State
180 Cleveland Browns Cassius Marsh DE UCLA
181 Houston Texans Cody Hoffman WR BYU
182 Atlanta Falcons Marcel Jensen TE Fresno State
183 Chicago Bears Jerick McKinnon RB Georgia Southern
184 Minnesota Vikings Seantrel Henderson OT Miami
185 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Ricardo Allen CB Purdue
186 Tennessee Titans L'Damian Washington WR Missouri
187 New York Giants Dri Archer RB Kent State
188 St. Louis Rams Garrett Gilbert QB SMU
189 Detroit Lions Ryan Carrethers DT Arkansas State
190 Miami Dolphins Bennett Jackson CB Notre Dame
191 Chicago Bears Daniel McCullers DE Tennessee
192 Pittsburgh Steelers Jemea Thomas S Georgia Tech
193 Kansas City Chiefs Prince Shembo OLB Notre Dame
194 Baltimore Ravens TJ Jones WR Notre Dame
195 New York Jets De'Anthony Thomas RB/WR Oregon
196 Arizona Cardinals Wesley Johnson G Vanderbilt
197 Green Bay Packers Aaron Colvin CB Oklahoma
198 New England Patriots Nat Berhe S San Diego State
199 Cincinnati Bengals Brett Smith QB Wyoming
200 Kansas City Chiefs James Morris LB Iowa
201 San Diego Chargers Isaiah Crowell RB Alabama State
202 New Orleans Saints Shaquil Barrett OLB Colorado State
203 Indianapolis Colts Tyler Gaffney RB Stanford
204 Carolina Panthers Christian Bryant S Ohio State
205 Jacksonville Jaguars Demetri Goodson CB Baylor
206 New England Patriots Kasim Edebali OLB Boston College
207 Denver Broncos Lavelle Westbrooks CB Georgia Southern
208 Seattle Seahawks Tre Boston S North Carolina
209 New York Jets Xavier Grimble TE USC
210 New York Jets Taylor Hart DE USC
211 Houston Texans Jalen Saunders WR Oklahoma
212 Cincinnati Bengals James White RB Wisconsin
213 New York Jets Michael Schofield OT/G Michigan
214 St. Louis Rams Vinnie Sunseri S Alabama
215 Pittsburgh Steelers Jeff Janis WR Saginaw Valley

7th Round
Pick Team Player Position School
216 Houston Texans Donald Hawkins G Texas
217 Washington Jay Bromley DT Syracuse
218 Cleveland Browns Tajh Boyd QB Clemson
219 Oakland Raiders Connor Shaw QB South Carolina
220 Atlanta Falcons Ross Cockrell CB Duke
221 Tampa Bay Buccaneers John Urschel G Penn State
222 Jacksonville Jaguars Keith Wenning QB Ball State
223 Minnesota Vikings Khairi Fortt OLB California
224 Buffalo Bills Deandre Coleman DT California
225 Carolina Panthers Jay Prosch FB Auburn
226 St. Louis Rams Jamie Meder DT Ashland
227 Detroit Lions Chris Boswell PK Rice
228 Tennessee Titans Justin Britt OT Missouri
229 Dallas Cowboys Andrew Jackson LB Western Kentucky
230 Pittsburgh Steelers Brandon Dixon CB Northwest Missouri State
231 Dallas Cowboys Justin Britt OT Missouri
232 Indianapolis Colts Alden Darby S Arizona State
233 New York Jets Dede Lattimore LB USF
234 Miami Dolphins Hakeem Smith S Louisville
235 Oakland Raiders David Fluellen RB Toledo
236 Green Bay Packers John Brown WR Pittsburgh State
237 Philadelphia Eagles Nickoe Whitley S Mississippi State
238 Dallas Cowboys Corey Linsley C Ohio State
239 Cincinnati Bengals Larry Webster DE Bloomsburg
240 San Diego Chargers Shamar Stephen DE UConn
241 St. Louis Rams Sean Parker S Washington
242 San Francisco 49ers A.C. Leonard TE Tennessee State
243 San Francisco 49ers Chaz Sutton OLB South Carolina
244 New England Patriots Devon Kennard OLB USC
245 San Francisco 49ers Henry Josey RB Missouri
246 Denver Broncos Jordan Najvar TE Baylor
247 Oakland Raiders Jonathan Dowling S Western Kentucky
248 Dallas Cowboys Bene Benwikere CB San Jose State
249 St. Louis Rams Michael Campanaro WR Wake Forest
250 St. Louis Rams Howard Jones OLB Shephard
251 Dallas Cowboys Tevin Reese WR Baylor
252 Cincinnati Bengals Carrington Byndom CB Texas
253 Atlanta Falcons Stephen Morris QB Miami
254 Dallas Cowboys Shaquelle Evans WR UCLA
255 Atlanta Falcons Gator Hoskins FB Marshall
256 Houston Texans Jeff Mathews QB Cornell

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