2014 NFL Mock Draft 7 Rounds: Projecting Every Pick in This Year's Class

Timothy RappFeatured ColumnistMay 8, 2014

UCLA linebacker Anthony Barr, right, tires to get by Arizona State tight end De'Marieya Nelson during the first half an NCAA college football game, Saturday, Nov. 23, 2013, in Pasadena. (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill)
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You aren't just any old NFL draft enthusiast.

You aren't one of those boring folks who only study first-round mocks. You aren't swayed by every rumor and juicy tidbit of misinformation because you haven't done your own research. Your film study doesn't consist solely of short clips on SportsCenter while Todd McShay and Mel Kiper, Jr. pretend like they're about to come to blows over differing projections.

No, not you. You know your stuff. And you want a full, seven-round mock draft as the annual event grows tantalizingly close. 

Well, you've come to the right place. Let's dig in.

 

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

It seems pretty likely that the Texans will select Jadeveon Clowney with the top overall pick. Well, if they own the top pick come the draft, that is.

As Albert Breer of NFL.com notes, there should be a solid market for the top overall selection:

Clowney isn't the most natural fit in a 3-4 scheme, but he's so talented, they'll find a role for him to thrive in. If they keep this pick, Clowney's the man. 

 

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

Again, the Rams could very easily trade this pick. Atlanta may want Khalil Mack. Several teams could desire coming up to draft the top receiver on their board or perhaps an offensive lineman. If teams think Jacksonville will go after a quarterback, a team could trade with the Rams to take a signal-caller.

It's all up in the air. And Watkins even sent out a pretty cryptic message about various teams contacting him.

In other words, Watkins may be the No. 2 pick, even if the Rams aren't the team making it.

But if they stay put, I think passing on Watkins will be too difficult. He's such a playmaker with the ball in his hands and would finally give Sam Bradford a true No. 1 receiver. They could go after Mack or even an offensive lineman here, but Watkins would instantly make this offense more dynamic. He's the pick.

 

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

Khalil Mack is a gamer, plain and simple. He can rush the quarterback or drop into coverage. He makes smart reads and attacks the ball. And as Bob Glauber of Newsday passes along, you'll rarely hear a bad word about him:

Gus Bradley is going to love this guy.

 

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

The Browns are in a tricky position. On one hand, there are enough talented players on the board that selecting a quarterback here might be a reach, even if it's the talented Manziel. On the other hand, if teams get quarterback-happy in the first round, the top options on their board could all be gone by the time they select at No. 26.

I just love the fit for Johnny Manziel here, and I feel very confident he won't escape the top 10 picks if the Browns don't select him here. He has the ability to change this franchise for the better, and, boy, will he be fun to watch. I think he's the guy.

 

5. Oakland Raiders: Greg Robinson, OT, Auburn  

Jake Matthews is the more polished option at offensive tackle, but forgoing potential has never been Oakland's style. Greg Robinson has Jason Peters upside and athleticism, and he could be the best tackle in the game in five years. He often fits a big need, which will be a happy coincidence for the athleticism-obsessed Raiders.

 

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

Atlanta is going to want one of the top two pass-rushers, but it won't get either at No. 6. So yes, it is a prime candidate to make a trade higher in the draft. But if the Falcons stay put and the board falls like this, they'll gladly scoop up Matthews. 

Of course, they could end up missing out on all of their top targets, a fear they have per Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports:

At the moment, Atlanta seems the most likely to make a big trade early in the draft.

 

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

Okay, you get three adjectives to describe Mike Evans. What will they be? The NFL on Twitter chimes in with its picks:

Well, that takes care of that.

Mike Evans could go as high as No. 2 in this draft. A team desperate for a playmaker of his ilk could trade the farm to come up and get him (the San Francisco 49ers have about 27 picks and a need for another stud on the outside). 

All of that is to say that Evans falling to the Bucs is a best-case scenario for the team. More and more, however, it's looking like it may not be likely to happen.

 

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

I still think there is a strong possibility this could be Derek Carr—and who knows, maybe Teddy Bridgewater won't actually fall as much as people think—but at the moment, I'm sticking with Blake Bortles here. He has big upside, the physical tools are in place, and he won't need to be a savior in Minnesota, just a competent performer.

In other words, as long as he isn't Christian Ponder, he'll be fine.  

 

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

Some might feel this selection is a bit of a stretch, but with the two top receivers off the board, the Bills will turn to the draft's most dynamic tight end. Eric Ebron has been compared to Vernon Davis, which might be a slight stretch—Davis is a superior athlete—but the role Ebron would play for the Bills does mesh with the impact Davis has for the Niners. 

Put simply, Ebron has the talent to be a mismatch nightmare for opposing secondaries and linebackers. He'll quickly become one of EJ Manuel's favorite targets.

 

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

There isn't really a consensus top cornerback in this draft, but I'm partial to Justin Gilbert, who has the size and athleticism teams crave at the position. The Lions have a lot of options at this selection—I wouldn't be surprised if they went wide receiver or corner instead—but I think Gilbert gives them a future lockdown corner. 

 

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

Anthony Barr has top-10 upside, but he lacks top-10 polish. The Titans are adjusting to a 3-4 hybrid scheme and need players on the edge, and after Barr there is a bit of a drop-off at the 3-4 outside linebacker position, so he makes perfect sense for Tennessee. Mack is the better player right now, but Barr could be the better player in three years.

 

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

According to B/R's Matt Miller, I might have Taylor Lewan too low in this draft. Like, way too low:

Well crap.

I still think Matthews is the better overall player, and I don't really know which team values Lewan over Matthews, so I'm sticking with him dropping to No. 12. But I do like Lewan's nasty streak and the intensity he plays with, so I think the Giants will be giddy if he's available to them here. 

 

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

I've come around to the notion that Calvin Pryor's mix of athleticism and physicality at free safety makes him the better match for the Rams than the rangy Ha Ha Clinton-Dix. He's an instant upgrade for this secondary.

 

14. Chicago Bears: Aaron Donald, DT, Pittsburgh 

Be honest—have you heard anyone utter a negative word about Aaron Donald in the draft process? And if you did, was it quickly couched with a statement like, "But I'm nitpicking" or "But that's just a minor complaint for a player who does so much well"?

Probably. Just listen to Herman Edwards gush about him, via NFL on ESPN:

Dude's gonna be a baller.

 

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

This could also be Kyle Fuller, but I think Darqueze Dennard's press-man proficiency and willingness to step up in the running game make him the pick. Very little separates Dennard and Fuller, however, so I envision Pittsburgh simply taking the higher-rated corner on their board. 

 

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

I just really like this fit for the Cowboys. Timmy Jernigan is scheme versatile, but he'd be a great fit next to Henry Melton on the interior of Dallas' line. Some might prefer Ra'Shede Hageman here, but I think Jernigan will be the guy.

 

17. Baltimore Ravens: Ha Ha Clinton-Dix, S, Alabama    

The Ravens are going to be pretty pleased to see Clinton-Dix falling to them. Nobody expects him to be the next Ed Reed, of course, but that's the role he'll fill for this defense. His range in center field makes him a great fit for this defense. 

 

18. New York Jets: Odell Beckham Jr., WR, LSU 

The Jets went from having arguably the fewest weapons on offense in the NFL to a unit comprising of Michael Vick, Eric Decker, Chris Johnson and now Odell Beckham, Jr. The latter gives the team not only a quick option who will likely open in the slot for the team but also a dangerous return man. Jets fans will be pleased with the team's offseason, you'd imagine.

 

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

As you'll see as this mock draft continues past the first round, I've prioritized the offensive line for the Dolphins. Suffice to say, it's a unit that needs a lot of repairing. Zack Martin comes into the league as a tackle but may be best-suited for guard. Either way, there's a starting spot awaiting him in Miami. 

 

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

Could the Cardinals wait on a quarterback until the second round? Sure. Could Carr be long gone by now? Absolutely. Is he a really nice fit in a Bruce Arians offense with his big arm?

Oh yeah.

Plus, the Cardinals don't have to rush him along, with Carson Palmer still in town. But Palmer is getting up there, and the Cards will need to groom his successor sooner rather than later. Nabbing Carr now is the smart move. 

 

21. Green Bay Packers: C.J. Mosley, LB, Alabama 

Green Bay needs to bolster this defense, and adding C.J. Mosley in the middle is a nice start. He has injury concerns, yes, but there may not be a more instinctual defender in this draft. 

 

22. Philadelphia Eagles: Brandin Cooks, WR, Oregon State    

This is more than a like-for-like replacement for DeSean Jackson. Brandin Cooks seems more suited to playing the slot than Jackson was, and he's a better pure runner after the catch, too. Add in the fact that he has that field-stretching speed and will go up and get the ball, and this is a player Eagles fans will be excited to see in Chip Kelly's offense. 

 

23. Kansas City Chiefs: Marqise Lee, WR, USC

Marqise Lee is a great fit in Andy Reid's version of the West Coast offense and a nice complement to Dwayne Bowe on the outside. His 2013 season dropped him down the board slightly, but he's an excellent receiver and will quickly become an Alex Smith favorite. 

 

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

The Bengals will be thrilled if Fuller falls to them here. Aging rapidly at corner, the Bengals not only get a corner of the future, but they get one capable of plugging a need immediately. 

 

25. San Diego Chargers: Louis Nix III, DT, Notre Dame

Nose tackle is arguably San Diego's biggest need, and Louis Nix III is arguably the best nose tackle in this draft. Seems a simple enough match, no?

 

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

PASADENA, CA - JANUARY 06:  Wide receiver Kelvin Benjamin #1 of the Florida State Seminoles catches a 2-yard pass for a touchdown to take a 33-31 lead in the final moments of the fourth quarter during the 2014 Vizio BCS National Championship Game at the R
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If you're going to draft Johnny Football, you might as well surround him with a bunch of shiny toys. There are varying opinions on Kelvin Benjamin, but you can't teach his size or athleticism. He'll need to develop beyond a jump-ball specialist, yes, but in Cleveland he could become a very dangerous weapon opposite Josh Gordon. 

How much fun will an offense with Manziel, Gordon, Jordan Cameron, Ben Tate and Benjamin be to watch?

 

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

There's a pretty long drop-off in pass-rushers after Barr comes off the board, but Dee Ford is still a good one. Rob Ryan would love nothing more than to allow Ford to pin his ears back and get after the quarterback. 

 

28. Carolina Panthers: Allen Robinson, WR, Penn State  

I've generally thought Allen Robinson has been slightly underrated in the draft process. Outside of lacking elite top-end speed, I don't really see many weaknesses in his game. Carolina really needs to provide Cam Newton with more weapons on offense, and in Robinson, he'll be getting a pretty polished target. 

 

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

I love this fit for New England. Jace Amaro is the type of player capable of filling a similar role to the one Aaron Hernandez vacated. With a healthy Rob Gronkowski, the young Amaro and Danny Amendola coming off a career year, Tom Brady and the passing attack could once again be formidable. 

 

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

All of the draft talk surrounding the Niners has been about wide receiver, but cornerback is as big a need—or perhaps even bigger—than receiver, especially in a year with so much depth at wideout. Jason Verrett did nothing but perform in college, and he'll continue to do so with San Fran.

 

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

Ryan Shazier would give this team another pass-rushing talent at linebacker and could fit in opposite Von Miller. The Broncos rebuilt the defense through free agency this year, but adding some talent on that side of the ball through the draft will also be vital. 

 

32. Seattle Seahawks: Ra'Shede Hageman, DT, Minnesota

If Hageman were a more consistent player, he'd be a top-15 pick. Still, getting the chance to join the defensive line rotation on a Super Bowl contender might alleviate any disappointments about not being selected higher. Hageman has the potential to become a dominant force on this defensive line. 

 

2nd Round
PickTeamPlayerPositionSchool
33Houston TexansTeddy BridgewaterQBLouisville
34WashingtonKony EalyDE/OLBMissouri
35Cleveland BrownsXavier Su'a-FiloGUCLA
36Oakland RaidersBradley RobyCBOhio State
37Atlanta FalconsKyle Van NoyOLBBYU
38Tampa Bay BuccaneersDominique EasleyDTFlorida
39Jacksonville JaguarsJimmy GaroppoloQBEastern Illinois
40Minnesota VikingsDeone BucannonSWashington State
41Buffalo BillsMorgan MosesOTVirginia
42Tennessee TitansCarlos HydeRBOhio State
43New York GiantsAustin Seferian-JenkinsTEWashington
44St. Louis RamsCyrus KouandjioOTAlabama
45Detroit LionsJimmie WardSNorthern Illinois
46Pittsburgh SteelersStephon TuittDENotre Dame
47Dallas CowboysScott CrichtonDEOregon State
48Baltimore RavensCody LatimerWRIndiana
49New York Jets LaMarcus JoynerCB/SFlorida State
50Miami DolphinsDavid YankeyGStanford
51Chicago BearsMarcus RobersonCBFlorida
52Arizona CardinalsJeremiah AttaochuOLBGeorgia Tech
53Green Bay PackersChris BorlandLBWisconsin
54Philadelphia Eagles Demarcus LawrenceOLBBoise State
55Cincinnati BengalsTrent MurphyDE/OLBStanford
56San Francisco 49ersJarvis LandryWRLSU
57San Diego Chargers Joel BitonioOTNevada
58New Orleans SaintsTravis SwansonCArkansas
59Indianapolis ColtsPierre DesirCBLindenwood
60Carolina PanthersGabe JacksonGMississippi State
61San Francisco 49ersMarcus MartinCUSC
62New England PatriotsPreston BrownLBLouisville
63Denver Broncos Jaylen WatkinsCBFlorida
64Seattle SeahawksTrai TurnerGLSU

BATON ROUGE, LA - NOVEMBER 29:  Jeremy Hill #33 of the LSU Tigers celebrates after scoring a touchdown against the Arkansas Razorbacks at Tiger Stadium on November 29, 2013 in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.  (Photo by Chris Graythen/Getty Images)
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3rd Round
PickTeamPlayerPositionSchool
65Houston TexansPhillip GainesCBRice
66WashingtonWill SuttonDTArizona State
67Oakland RaidersZach MettenbergerQBLSU
68Atlanta FalconsMax BulloughLBMichigan State
69Tampa Bay BuccaneersTom SavageQBPittsburgh
70Jacksonville Jaguars Jordan MatthewsWRVanderbilt
71Cleveland BrownsTre MasonRBAuburn
72Minnesota Vikings Jackson JeffcoatDETexas
73Buffalo BillsMartavis BryantWRClemson
74New York GiantsDonte MoncriefWROle Miss
75St. Louis Rams Weston RichburgCColorado State
76Detroit LionsKareem MartinDENorth Carolina
77San Francisco 49ersCarl BradfordOLBArizona State
78Dallas CowboysAJ McCarronQBAlabama
79Baltimore RavensJeremy HillRBLSU
80New York JetsAntonio RichardsonOTTennessee
81Miami DolphinsAndre WilliamsRBBoston College
82Chicago BearsJordan TrippOLBMontana
83Cleveland BrownsTerrence BrooksSFlorida State
84Arizona CardinalsAhmad DixonSBaylor
85Green Bay PackersEd ReynoldsSStanford
86Philadelphia EaglesStanley Jean-BaptisteCBNebraska
87Kansas City ChiefsBashaud BreelandCBClemson
88Cincinnati BengalsJa'Wuan JamesOTTennessee
89San Diego ChargersEgo FergusonDTLSU
90Indianapolis ColtsKevin Pierre-LouisOLBBoston College
91New Orleans SaintsShayne SkovLBStanford
92Carolina PanthersTelvin SmithOLBFlorida State
93New England PatriotsGeorge UkoDTUSC
94San Francisco 49ersDaQuan JonesDTPenn State
95Denver BroncosKa’Deem CareyRBArizona
96Minnesota VikingsTerrance WestRBTowson
97Pittsburgh SteelersKevin NorwoodWRAlabama
98Green Bay Packers Bryan StorkCFlorida State
99Baltimore RavensJack MewhortOTOhio State
100San Francisco 49ersKelcy QuarlesDESouth Carolina

 

4th Round
PickTeamPlayerPositionSchool
101Houston TexansTrevor ReillyOLBUtah
102WashingtonYawin SmallwoodLBUConn
103Atlanta FalconsMarcus SmithDELouisville
104New York JetsTroy NiklasTENotre Dame
105Jacksonville JaguarsDevonta FreemanRBFlorida State
106Cleveland BrownsBrock VereenSMinnesota
107Oakland RaidersBruce EllingtonWRSouth Carolina
108Minnesota Vikings Justin EllisDTLouisiana Tech
109Buffalo BillsChris WattGNotre Dame
110St. Louis RamsChristian KirkseyOLBIowa
111Detroit LionsChristian JonesLBFlorida State
112Tennessee TitansAaron MurrayQBGeorgia
113New York GiantsDakota DozierGFurman
114Jacksonville Jaguars Keith McGillCBUtah
115New York JetsCyril RichardsonGBaylor
116Miami DolphinsRobert HerronWRWyoming
117Chicago BearsDion BaileySUSC
118Pittsburgh SteelersLamin BarrowLBLSU
119Dallas CowboysPaul RichardsonWRColorado
120Arizona CardinalsEd StinsonDEAlabama
121Green Bay PackersC.J. FiedorowiczTEIowa
122Philadelphia EaglesCraig LostonSLSU
123Cincinnati BengalsLoucheiz PurifoyCBFlorida
124Kansas City ChiefsDezmen SouthwardSWisconsin
125San Diego ChargersJared AbbrederisWRWisconsin
126New Orleans SaintsLache SeastrunkRBBaylor
127Cleveland BrownsE.J. GainesCBMissouri
128Carolina PanthersBilly TurnerOTNorth Dakota State
129San Francisco 49ersNevin LawsonCBUtah State
130New England PatriotsCharles SimsRBWest Virginia
131Denver Broncos Kadeem EdwardsGTennessee State
132Seattle SeahawksJosh HuffWROregon
133Detroit LionsAdrian HubbardDE/OLBAlabama
134Baltimore RavensTerrance MitchellSOregon State
135Houston TexansAnthony SteenGAlabama
136Detroit LionsCharles LenoOT/GBoise State
137New York JetsStorm JohnsonRBCentral Florida
138Baltimore RavensCrockett GillmoreTEColorado State
139Atlanta FalconsKenny LadlerSVanderbilt
140New England Patriots Jordan ZumwaltLBUCLA

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5th Round
PickTeamPlayerPositionSchool
141Houston TexansMarqueston HuffSWyoming
142WashingtonArthur LynchTEGeorgia
143Tampa Bay BuccaneersRichard RodgersTECalifornia
144Jacksonville JaguarsBrent UrbanDEVirginia
145Cleveland BrownsRonald PowellOLBFlorida
146Seattle SeahawksColt LyerlaTEOregon
147Atlanta FalconsAntone ExumCBVirginia Tech
148Minnesota VikingsBrandon ColemanWRRutgers
149Buffalo BillsGabe IkardCOklahoma
150Jacksonville JaguarsAaron LynchDEUSF
151Tennessee TitansAnthony JohnsonDTLSU
152New York GiantsJames HurstOTNorth Carolina
153St. Louis RamsChris DavisCBAuburn
154New York JetsChris SmithOLBArkansas
155Miami DolphinsJosh MauroDEStanford
156Chicago BearsDavid FalesQBSan Jose State
157Pittsburgh SteelersJake MurphyTEUtah
158Dallas CowboysDontae JohnsonFSNorth Carolina State
159Jacksonville JaguarsDevin StreetWRPittsburgh
160Arizona CardinalsJoe Don DuncanTEDixie State
161Green Bay PackersLogan ThomasQBVirginia Tech
162Philadelphia EaglesRashaad ReynoldsCBOregon State
163Kansas City ChiefsVictor HamptonCBSouth Carolina
164Cincinnati BengalsWill ClarkeDEWest Virginia
165San Diego ChargersIsaiah LewisSMichigan State
166Indianapolis ColtsCameron FlemingOTStanford
167New Orleans SaintsJames GayleDEVirginia Tech
168Carolina PanthersTyler LarsenCUtah State
169New Orleans SaintsMatt PatchanOTBoston College
170San Francisco 49ersAvery WilliamsonLBKentucky
171Denver BroncosRussell BodineCNorth Carolina
172Seattle SeahawksDeion BelueCBAlabama
173Pittsburgh SteelersMichael SamOLBMissouri
174New York GiantsMike DavisWRTexas
175Baltimore RavensWalt AikensCBLiberty
176Green Bay PackersCaraun ReidDTPrinceton

 

6th Round
PickTeamPlayerPositionSchool
177Houston TexansRyan GrantWRTulane
178WashingtonJon HalapioGFlorida
179Jacksonville JaguarsMarion GriceRBArizona State
180Cleveland BrownsCassius MarshDEUCLA
181Houston TexansCody HoffmanWRBYU
182Atlanta FalconsMarcel JensenTEFresno State
183Chicago BearsJerick McKinnonRBGeorgia Southern
184Minnesota VikingsSeantrel HendersonOTMiami
185Tampa Bay BuccaneersRicardo AllenCBPurdue
186Tennessee TitansL'Damian WashingtonWRMissouri
187New York GiantsDri ArcherRBKent State
188St. Louis RamsGarrett GilbertQBSMU
189Detroit LionsRyan CarrethersDTArkansas State
190Miami DolphinsBennett JacksonCBNotre Dame
191Chicago BearsDaniel McCullersDETennessee
192Pittsburgh SteelersJemea ThomasSGeorgia Tech
193Kansas City ChiefsPrince ShemboOLBNotre Dame
194Baltimore RavensTJ JonesWRNotre Dame
195New York JetsDe'Anthony ThomasRB/WROregon
196Arizona CardinalsWesley JohnsonGVanderbilt
197Green Bay PackersAaron ColvinCBOklahoma
198New England PatriotsNat BerheSSan Diego State
199Cincinnati BengalsBrett SmithQBWyoming
200Kansas City Chiefs James MorrisLBIowa
201San Diego ChargersIsaiah CrowellRBAlabama State
202New Orleans SaintsShaquil BarrettOLBColorado State
203Indianapolis ColtsTyler GaffneyRBStanford
204Carolina PanthersChristian BryantSOhio State
205Jacksonville JaguarsDemetri GoodsonCBBaylor
206New England PatriotsKasim EdebaliOLBBoston College
207Denver BroncosLavelle WestbrooksCBGeorgia Southern
208Seattle SeahawksTre BostonSNorth Carolina
209New York Jets Xavier GrimbleTEUSC
210New York JetsTaylor HartDEUSC
211Houston TexansJalen SaundersWROklahoma
212Cincinnati BengalsJames WhiteRBWisconsin
213New York JetsMichael SchofieldOT/GMichigan
214St. Louis RamsVinnie SunseriSAlabama
215Pittsburgh SteelersJeff JanisWRSaginaw Valley

 

COLUMBIA, SC - NOVEMBER 30:  Tajh Boyd #10 of the Clemson Tigers drops back to pass during their game against the South Carolina Gamecocks at Williams-Brice Stadium on November 30, 2013 in Columbia, South Carolina.  (Photo by Streeter Lecka/Getty Images)
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7th Round
PickTeamPlayerPositionSchool
216Houston TexansDonald HawkinsGTexas
217WashingtonJay BromleyDTSyracuse
218Cleveland BrownsTajh BoydQBClemson
219Oakland RaidersConnor ShawQBSouth Carolina
220Atlanta FalconsRoss CockrellCBDuke
221Tampa Bay BuccaneersJohn UrschelGPenn State
222Jacksonville JaguarsKeith WenningQBBall State
223Minnesota VikingsKhairi ForttOLBCalifornia
224Buffalo BillsDeandre ColemanDTCalifornia
225Carolina PanthersJay ProschFBAuburn
226St. Louis RamsJamie MederDTAshland
227Detroit LionsChris BoswellPKRice
228Tennessee TitansJustin BrittOTMissouri
229Dallas CowboysAndrew JacksonLBWestern Kentucky
230Pittsburgh SteelersBrandon DixonCBNorthwest Missouri State
231Dallas CowboysJustin BrittOTMissouri
232Indianapolis ColtsAlden DarbySArizona State
233New York JetsDede LattimoreLBUSF
234Miami DolphinsHakeem SmithSLouisville
235Oakland RaidersDavid FluellenRBToledo
236Green Bay PackersJohn BrownWRPittsburgh State
237Philadelphia EaglesNickoe WhitleySMississippi State
238Dallas Cowboys Corey LinsleyCOhio State
239Cincinnati BengalsLarry WebsterDEBloomsburg
240San Diego ChargersShamar StephenDEUConn
241St. Louis RamsSean ParkerSWashington
242San Francisco 49ersA.C. LeonardTETennessee State
243San Francisco 49ersChaz SuttonOLBSouth Carolina
244New England PatriotsDevon KennardOLBUSC
245San Francisco 49ersHenry JoseyRBMissouri
246Denver BroncosJordan NajvarTEBaylor
247Oakland Raiders Jonathan DowlingSWestern Kentucky
248Dallas CowboysBene BenwikereCBSan Jose State
249St. Louis RamsMichael CampanaroWRWake Forest
250St. Louis RamsHoward JonesOLBShephard
251Dallas CowboysTevin ReeseWRBaylor
252Cincinnati BengalsCarrington ByndomCBTexas
253Atlanta FalconsStephen MorrisQBMiami
254Dallas Cowboys Shaquelle EvansWRUCLA
255Atlanta FalconsGator HoskinsFBMarshall
256Houston TexansJeff MathewsQBCornell