2014 NFL Mock Draft: Latest Predictions for Rounds 4-7

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2014 NFL Mock Draft: Latest Predictions for Rounds 4-7

Any team can stumble into a Pro Bowler in the first round of the NFL draft. The teams that experience the most success are the ones who can find valuable picks on the third and final day of the draft. 

Yes, most of the big-name stars of the college game are long gone by the time teams step to the podium in the fourth round. But names such as Richard Sherman, who was a fifth-round pick, can wind up being an integral part of a Super Bowl-winning franchise. 

Here's a look at how the final rounds could play out (based on this mock that I wrote for Rounds 2 and 3).

Round 4 Mock Draft
Pick Team Player Position School
101. Texans Loucheiz Purifoy CB Florida
102. Redskins Ed Reynolds S Stanford
103. Falcons Kelcy Quarles DT South Carolina
104. Jets (from TB) Trevor Reilly DE/OLB Utah
105. Jaguars Victor Hampton CB South Carolina
106. Browns Yawin Smallwood ILB Connecticut
107. Raiders Anthony Johnson DT LSU
108. Seahawks* Jackson Jeffcoat DE/OLB Texas
109. Bills Chris Smith DE Arkansas
110. Rams AJ McCarron QB Alabama
111. Lions Christian Kirksey OLB Iowa
112. Titans Lache Seastrunk RB Oregon
113. Giants E.J. Gaines CB Missouri
114. Jaguars (from BAL) Ka'Deem Carey RB Arizona
115. Jets Robert Herron WR Wyoming
116. Dolphins Terrance Mitchell CB Oregon
117. Bears Jordan Zumwalt LB UCLA
118. Steelers Josh Huff WR Oregon
119. Cowboys Craig Loston S LSU
120. Cardinals Jared Abbrederis WR Wisconsin
121. Packers Daniel McCullers NT Tennessee
122. Eagles Mike Davis WR Texas
123. Bengals Terrance West RB Towson
124. Chiefs Anthony Steen OG Alabama
125. Chargers Bruce Ellington WR South Carolina
126. Saints Devonta Freeman RB Florida State
127. Browns (from IND) Michael Sam DE/OLB Missouri
128. Panthers Ross Cockrell CB Duke
129. 49ers Charles Sims RB West Virginia
130. Patriots Josh Mauro DE Stanford
131. Broncos Christian Jones LB Florida State
132. Seahawks Brandon Thomas OG Clemson
133. Lions Rashaad Reynolds CB Oregon State
134. Ravens Ahmad Dixon S Baylor
135. Texans Ryan Grant WR Tulane
136. Lions Jordan Tripp LB Montana
137. Jets Aaron Murray QB Georgia
138. Ravens Arthur Lynch TE Georgia
139. Falcons Dion Bailey S USC
140. Patriots James Hurst OT North Carolina

Sleeper Watch: Jackson Jeffcoat, DE/OLB

If Jackson Jeffcoat makes it all the way to the Seattle Seahawks in the fourth round, the rest of the league had better watch out. The senior defensive end has always been extremely talented, but as Bleacher Report's Matt Miller points out, it's tough to evaluate him because he's constantly dealt with injuries. 

The good news about going to a place such as Seattle as late as the fourth round is that it will give Jeffcoat time to learn the pro game while resting his body. After years of needing to be "the man" who can get to the quarterback, Jeffcoat will simply be an understudy in one of the best defensive lines in the league. 

Once the Seahawks are forced to part ways with the current line, they will have Jeffcoat waiting in the wings to produce like a star. 

Round 5 Mock Draft
Pick Team Player Position School
141. Texans Andre Williams RB Boston College
142. Redskins Chris Davis CB Auburn
143. Buccaneers Lamin Barrow ILB LSU
144. Jaguars Adrian Hubbard OLB Alabama
145. Vikings* TJ Jones WR Notre Dame
146. Seahawks (from OAK) Chris Watt OG Notre Dame
147. Falcons Bryan Stork OC Florida State
148. Vikings Prince Shembo OLB Notre Dame
149. Bills Nevin Lawson CB Utah State
150. Jaguars (from DET) Deion Belue CB Alabama
151. Titans Antone Exum CB Virginia Tech
152. Giants Charles Leno Jr. OT Boise State
153. Rams Devin Street WR Pitt
154. Jets Justin Ellis NT Louisiana Tech
155. Dolphins James Wilder Jr. RB Florida State
156. Bears James White RB Wisconsin
157. Steelers Michael Schofield OT Michigan
158. Cowboys Morgan Breslin OLB USC
159. Jaguars (from BAL) Brandon Coleman WR Rutgers
160. Cardinals George Uko DT USC
161. Packers Jon Halapio OG Florida
162. Eagles Jalen Saunders WR Oklahoma
163. Chiefs Marcel Jensen TE Fresno State
164. Bengals Kenny Ladler S Vanderbilt
165. Chargers David Fales QB San Jose State
166. Colts James Gayle DE/OLB Virginia Tech
167. Saints Bennett Jackson CB Notre Dame
168. Panthers Ronald Powell OLB Florida
169. Saints (from NE via PHI) Ed Stinson DE Alabama
170. 49ers Preston Brown ILB Louisville
171. Broncos Seantrel Henderson OT Miami (FL)
172. Seahawks Joe Jon Duncan TE Dixie State
173. Steelers Vinnie Sunseri S Alabama
174. Giants Ricardo Allen CB Purdue
175. Ravens Ryan Carrethers DT Arkansas State
176. Packers Jeff Janis WR Saginaw Valley State

Sleeper Watch: Brandon Coleman, WR

Any time you have receivers going in the fifth round, they are far from a sure thing, but Brandon Coleman has tremendous potential. At 6'5", 225 pounds, Coleman has the prototypical build to be a deadly receiver in the end zone. 

Pairing him up with newly acquired quarterback prospect Blake Bortles, who also has a game that must grow into his build, could be the connection the Jaguars need to ignite their offense.  

Ryan Riddle of Bleacher Report compares Coleman to a receiver who went much earlier in the draft. 

Round 6 and 7 Mock Draft
Pick Team Player Position School
177. Texans Brandon Linder OG Miami
178. Redskins Marion Grice RB Arizona State
179. Jaguars Isaiah Lewis S Michigan State
180. Browns Tyler Larsen OC Utah State
181. Texans (from OAK) Michael Campanaro WR Wake Forest
182. Falcons Antonio Andrews RB Western Kentucky
183. Bears (from TB) Marqueston Huff S Wyoming
184. Vikings Tyler Gaffney RB Stanford
185. Buccaneers (from BUF) Brett Smith QB Wyoming
186. Titans J.C. Copeland FB LSU
187. Giants Cassius Marsh DE UCLA
188. Rams Matt Patchan OT Boston College
189. Lions Brent Urban DE Virginia
190. Dolphins Kasim Edebali OLB Boston College
191. Bears Kevin Norwood WR Alabama
192. Steelers Rob Blanchflower TE UMass
193. Chiefs (from DAL) Shamar Stephen DT Connecticut
194. Ravens Russell Bodine OG North Carolina
195. Jets Jay Prosch FB Auburn
196. Cardinals Rajion Neal RB Tennessee
197. Packers Alden Darby S Arizona State
198. Patriots (from PHI) Aaron Lynch DE/OLB USF
199. Bengals Connor Shaw QB South Carolina
200. Chiefs Devekeyan Lattimore LB USF
201. Chargers Deandre Coleman DT Cal
202. Saints Jemea Thomas S Georgia Tech
203. Colts DeAnthony Thomas RB/WR Oregon
204. Panthers Cody Hoffman WR BYU
205. Jaguars (from SF) Khairi Fortt OLB Cal
206. Patriots L'Damian Washington WR Missouri
207. Broncos Denicos Allen OLB Michigan State
208. Seahawks Bene Benwikere CB San Jose State
209. Jets Corey Linsley OC Ohio State
210. Jets Taylor Hart DE Oregon
211. Texans Howard Jones OLB Shepherd
212. Bengals Kadeem Edwards OG Tennessee State
213. Jets Jeremiah George ILB Iowa State
214. Rams Andre Hal CB Vanderbilt
215. Steelers Jerick McKinnon RB Georgia Southern
216. Texans Richard Rodgers TE Cal
217. Redskins Calvin Barnett DT Oklahoma State
218. Browns Jacob Pedersen TE Wisconsin
219. Raiders Aaron Colvin CB Oklahoma
220. Falcons Kevin Pierre-Louis LB Boston College
221. Buccaneers Jonathan Brown LB Illinois
222. Jaguars Dontae Johnson FS North Carolina State
223. Vikings Andrew Jackson ILB Western Kentucky
224. Bills Jay Bromley DT Syracuse
225. Panthers (from NYG) John Urschel OG Penn State
226. Rams Storm Johnson RB UCF
227. Lions Ethan Westbrooks DE West Texas A&M
228. Titans Josh Stewart WR Oklahoma State
229. Cowboys (from CHI) Tevin Reese WR Baylor
230. Steelers Shaquelle Evans WR UCLA
231. Cowboys Tyler Starr OLB South Dakota
232. Colts (from BAL) Spencer Long OG Nebraska
233. Jets Xavier Grimble TE USC
234. Dolphins Jordan Najvar TE Baylor
235. Raiders (from ARZ) Ryan Hewitt FB Stanford
236. Packers Ryan Groy OG Wisconsin
237. Eagles Tre Boston S North Carolina
238. Cowboys (from KC) Lavelle Westbrooks CB Georgia Southern
239. Bengals Kerry Hyder DT Texas Tech
240. Chargers Justin Britt OT Missouri
241. Rams (from IND) Hakeem Smith S Louisville
242. 49ers (from NO) Carrington Byndom CB Texas
243. 49ers (from CAR) Trey Millard FB Oklahoma
244. Patriots Wesley Johnson OT Vanderbilt
245. 49ers Eathyn Manumaleuna DT BYU
246. Broncos Max Bullough ILB Michigan State
247. Seahawks Charles Sawyer CB Ole Miss
248. Cowboys Avery Williamson ILB Kentucky
249. Rams Kevin Pamphile OT Purdue
250. Rams Jake Murphy TE Utah
251. Cowboys Zach Fulton OG Tennessee
252. Bengals Blake Annen TE Cincinnati
253. Falcons Lonnie Ballentine S Memphis
254. Cowboys Will Smith OLB Texas Tech
255. Falcons Chandler Jones WR San Jose State
256. Texans Quincy Enunwa WR Nebraska

Round 7 begins at pick 216

Sleeper Alert: DeAnthony Thomas and Tevin Reese

Michael Conroy/Associated Press

Coming in as the final sleepers in the last two rounds are two players who were extremely dangerous in the college game, DeAnthony Thomas and Tevin Reese. The problem, of course, is that their blazing speed is overshadowed by their slight frames. 

DeAnthony Thomas weighs in at just 174 pounds, but he has the elusiveness to make sure that defenders will rarely get a clean hit on him. 

That ability to suddenly change direction makes him comparable to a poor man's Darren Sproles. That's a lot of value for someone in the sixth or seventh round. 

Reese isn't quite the change-of-direction athlete Thomas is, but his 4.46 speed makes him a viable deep threat. At just 163 pounds, he'll need to add bulk to his frame, but he could make an impact as an over- the-top kind of receiver. 

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