2014 NFL Draft Picks: Full List of Results and Grades Following Rounds 4-7

Rob GoldbergFeatured ColumnistMay 10, 2014

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While fans get excited to see what happens in the first round, the NFL draft is not complete until all 256 picks come off the board. Only then can you truly look at how well each organization did at filling its needs.

Obviously, it takes years to truly understand the impact of each player taken in the draft. Prospects who fell to the last few rounds could end up being stars, like Tom Brady or, more recently, Richard Sherman. However, we can still look at how well each organization filled its needs while getting good value throughout the draft.

Players taken in the last few rounds can still contribute right away or be considered high-upside picks who can help out later.

Here is a complete look at results from Day 3, followed by complete grades for each team in the NFL.

NFL Draft Results—Day 3
PickTeamPlayerPositionSchool
Round 4
101.EaglesJaylen Watkins CBFlorida
102.RedskinsBashaud Breeland CBClemson
103.FalconsDevonta Freeman RBFlorida State
104.JetsJalen Saunders WROklahoma
105.PatriotsBryan Stork CFlorida State
106.49ersBruce Ellington WRSouth Carolina
107.RaidersJustin Ellis DTLouisiana Tech
108.SeahawksCassius Marsh DEUCLA
109.BillsRoss Cockrell CBDuke
110.RamsMaurice Alexander SUtah State
111.BengalsRussell Bodine CNorth Carolina
112.TitansDaQuan Jones DTPenn State
113.GiantsAndre Williams RBBoston College
114.JaguarsAaron Colvin CBOklahoma
115.JetsShaquelle Evans WRUCLA
116.RaidersKeith McGill CBUtah
117.BearsKa'Deem Carey RBArizona
118.SteelersMartavis Bryant WRClemson
119.CowboysAnthony Hitchens OLBIowa
120.CardinalsLogan Thomas QBVirginia Tech
121.PackersCarl Bradford OLBArizona State
122.TitansMarqueston Huff CBWyoming
123.SeahawksKevin Norwood WRAlabama
124.ChiefsDe'Anthony Thomas RBOregon
125.DolphinsWalt Aikens CBLiberty
126.SaintsKhairi Fortt OLBCalifornia
127.BrownsPierre Desir CBLindenwood
128.PanthersTre Boston SNorth Carolina
129.49ersDontae Johnson CBNorth Carolina State
130.PatriotsJames White RBWisconsin
131.BearsBrock VereenSMinnesota
132.SeahawksKevin Pierre-Louis OLBBoston College
133.LionsNevin Lawson CBUtah State
134.RavensBrent Urban DT/DEVirginia
135.TexansTom Savage QBPittsburgh
136.LionsLarry Webster TE/DEBloomsburg
137.JetsDakota Dozier OTFurman
138.RavensLorenzo Taliaferro RBCoastal Carolina
139.FalconsPrince Shembo OLBNotre Dame
140.PatriotsCameron Fleming OTStanford
Round 5
141.EaglesTaylor Hart DEOregon
142.RedskinsRyan Grant WRTulane
143.BuccaneersKadeem Edwards OGTennessee State
144.JaguarsTelvin Smith OLBFlorida State
145.VikingsDavid Yankey OGStanford
146.CowboysDevin Street WRPittsburgh
147.FalconsRicardo Allen CBPurdue
148.PanthersBene Benwikere CBSan Jose State
149.BuccaneersKevin Pamphile OTPurdue
150.49ersAaron Lynch DESouth Florida
151.TitansAvery Williamson ILBKentucky
152.GiantsNat Berhe SSan Diego State
153.BillsCyril Richardson OGBaylor
154.JetsJeremiah George ILBIowa State
155.DolphinsArthur Lynch TEGeorgia
156.BroncosLamin Barrow OLBLSU
157.SteelersShaquille Richardson CBArizona
158.LionsCaraun Reid DTPrinceton
159.JaguarsChris Smith OLB/DEArkansas
160.CardinalsEd Stinson DEAlabama
161.PackersCorey Linsley COhio State
162.EaglesEd Reynolds SStanford
163.ChiefsAaron Murray QBGeorgia
164.BengalsAJ McCarronQBAlabama
165.ChargersRyan Carrethers DTArkansas State
166.ColtsJonathan Newsome DEBall State
167.SaintsVinnie Sunseri SAlabama
168.FalconsMarquis Spruill ILBSyracuse
169.SaintsRonald Powell OLBFlorida
170.49ersKeith Reaser CBFlorida Atlantic
171.DolphinsJordan Tripp OLBMontana
172.SeahawksJimmy Staten DTMiddle Tennessee
173.SteelersWesley Johnson OTVanderbilt
174.GiantsDevon Kennard OLBUSC
175.RavensJohn Urschel OGPenn State
176.PackersJared Abbrederis WRWisconsin
Round 6
177.TexansJeoffrey Pagan DEAlabama
178.TitansZach Mettenberger QBLSU
179.PatriotsJon Halapio OGFlorida
180.49ersKenneth Acker CBSouthern Methodist
181.TexansAlfred Blue RBLSU
182.VikingsAntone Exum CBVirginia Tech
183.BearsDavid Fales QBSan Jose State
184.VikingsKendall James CBMaine
185.BuccaneersRobert Herron WRWyoming
186.RedskinsLache Seastrunk RBBaylor
187.GiantsBennett Jackson CBNotre Dame
188.RamsE.J. Gaines CBMissouri
189.LionsTJ Jones WRNotre Dame
190.DolphinsMatt Hazel WRCoastal Carolina
191.BearsPat O'Donnell PMiami (Fla.)
192.SteelersJordan Zumwalt OLBUCLA
193.ChiefsZach Fulton OGTennessee
194.RavensKeith Wenning QBBall State
195.JetsBrandon Dixon CBNorthwest Missouri State
196.CardinalsWalter Powell WRMurray State
197.PackersDemetri Goodson CBBaylor
198.PatriotsZach Moore DEConcordia-St. Paul
199.SeahawksGarrett Scott OTMarshall
200.ChiefsLaurent Duvernay-Tardif OTMcGill
201.ChargersMarion Grice RBArizona State
202.SaintsTavon Rooks OTKansas State
203.ColtsAndrew Jackson ILBWestern Kentucky
204.PanthersTyler Gaffney RBStanford
205.JaguarsLuke Bowanko CVirginia
206.PatriotsJemea Thomas SGeorgia Tech
207.BroncosMatt Paradis CBoise State
208.SeahawksEric Pinkins SSan Diego State
209.JetsQuincy Enunwa WRNebraska
210.JetsIK Enemkpali DELouisiana Tech
211.TexansJay Prosch FBAuburn
212.BengalsMarquis Flowers OLBArizona
213.JetsTajh Boyd QBClemson
214.RamsGarrett Gilbert QBSMU
215.SteelersDaniel McCullers DTTennessee
Round 7
216.TexansDre Hal CBVanderbilt
217.RedskinsTed Bolser TEIndiana
218.RavensMichael Campanaro WRWake Forest
219.RaidersT.J. CarrieCBOhio
220.VikingsShamar Stephen DTConnecticut
221.BillsRandell Johnson OLBFlorida Atlantic
222.JaguarsStorm Johnson RBUCF
223.VikingsBrandon Watts OLBGeorgia Tech
224.EaglesBeau Allen DTWisconsin
225.VikingsJabari Price CBNorth Carolina
226.RamsMitchell Van Dyk OTPortland State
227.SeahawksKiero Small FBArkansas
228.RedskinsZach HockerKArkansas
229.LionsNate Freese KBoston College
230.SteelersRob Blanchflower TEMassachusetts
231.CowboysBen Gardner DEStanford
232.ColtsUlrick John OTGeorgia State
233.JetsTrevor Reilly OLBUtah
234.DolphinsTerrence Fede DEMarist
235.RaidersShelby Harris DEIllinois State
236.PackersJeff Janis WRSaginaw Valley
237.BillsSeantrel Henderson OTMiami (Fla.)
238.CowboysWill Smith ILBTexas Tech
239.BengalsJames Wright WRLSU
240.ChargersTevin Reese WRBaylor
241.RamsChristian Bryant SOhio State
242.BroncosCorey Nelson OLBOklahoma
243.49ersKaleb Ramsey DTBoston College
244.PatriotsJeremy Gallon WRMichigan
245.49ersTrey Millard FBOklahoma
246.BearsCharles Leno OTBoise State
247.RaidersJonathan Dowling CBWestern Kentucky
248.CowboysAhmad Dixon SBaylor
249.RamsMichael Sam DEMissouri
250.RamsDemetrius Rhaney CTennessee State
251.CowboysKen Bishop DTNorthern Illinois
252.BengalsLavelle Westbrooks CBGeorgia Southern
253.FalconsYawin Smallwood ILBConnecticut
254.CowboysTerrance Mitchell CBOregon
255.FalconsTyler Starr OLBSouth Dakota
256.TexansLonnie Ballentine SMemphis
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NFL Draft Grades for Rounds 4-7
TeamGradeNote
Dallas CowboysAHad a lot of picks and used them well, including six on the defensive side of the ball. Ahmad Dixon is someone who has great upside despite the late pick.
New York GiantsB-Andre Williams does not have a game that translates to the NFL, but the Giants got good value. Also took too long to address needs at linebacker and in secondary.
Philadelphia EaglesAChip Kelly certainly feels comfortable taking Oregon players, picking two in the draft. Adding a speedster in Jaylen Watkins will also help.
Washington RedskinsA-Did not truly address needs, but the values were great for Bashaud Breeland, Ryan Grant and especially Lache Seastrunk.
Arizona CardinalsB+Logan Thomas is a long shot to be productive in the NFL, but he might be worth the risk.
San Francisco 49ersA+San Francisco continues to draft "redshirt" players and get good value late the draft.
Seattle SeahawksA-Seattle knows how to find gems in late rounds and the squad did not have many needs, making this an easy day.
St. Louis RamsAE.J. Gaines represents good value, but all anyone will talk about is Michael Sam. Jeff Fisher will make sure this is not a distraction.
Chicago BearsA-There are a bunch of high-upside players in Ka'Deem Carey, Brock Vereen and even quarterback David Fales.
Detroit LionsB-Added one cornerback, but the Lions still need more help in the secondary.
Green Bay PackersBDid the Packers draft three quality receivers in this class? Yes. Do they need all of them? No.
Minnesota VikingsADavid Yankey was one of the better values in the class and should start right away. The rest of the players should improve the defense.
Atlanta FalconsADevonta Freeman, Prince Shembo and Yawin Smallwood are all likely to contribute early in their careers.
Carolina PanthersC+Only had three picks and could have used more help on offense.
New Orleans SaintsA-Vinnie Sunseri is a good long-term selection while other picks will be useful defensively.
Tampa Bay BuccaneersC+Continued to add height, but not a lot of talent. Defense should feel slighted.
Buffalo BillsAValue was the name of the game with Seantral Henderson and Cyril Richardson. Along with Cyrus Kouandjio, could turn offensive line into a real strength going forward.
Miami DolphinsA-Small-school prospects Jordan Tripp and Matt Hazel could be valuable additions.
New England PatriotsBNot an exciting draft overall, but the Patriots added some good athletes thoughout.
New York JetsA-Tajh Boyd could make things interesting down the line, but it is the three receivers who will make an early impact in New York.
Denver BroncosCDid not take advantage of only three picks, grabbing undersized players with little upside.
Kansas City ChiefsAThis will be an interesting draft to look at in a few years. Aaron Murray and De'Anthony Thomas could be huge or worthless.
Oakland RaidersA-Did a good job of solidifying defense, but could have used some help at wide receiver.
San Diego ChargersA-Ryan Carrethers is a perfect fit on this team, highlighting a strong third day.
Baltimore RavensB+Not much spectacular, but the Ravens added depth in key areas and should be in good shape going forward.
Cincinnati BengalsBIf AJ McCarron ever becomes a starter, this grade jumps way up. Otherwise, there is not much to like.
Cleveland BrownsA-Only had one pick and made a great one in Pierre Desir. However, they still need a wide receiver at some point.
Pittsburgh SteelersA+Had a few positions they needed to fill and the Steelers hit all of them with good players.
Houston TexansA+Helped a lot of areas, but most importantly drafted a quarterback who could possibly take over the reigns.
Indianapolis ColtsB-Needed help in the secondary and failed to address it despite plenty of solid options.
Jacksonville JaguarsA+Lots of potential from the Day 3 picks, including Aaron Colvin who is recovering from torn ACL.
Tennessee TitansB+Zack Mettenberger could end up contributing, but no cornerbacks taken.

 

Best Day 3 Drafts

San Francisco 49ers

Wit a relatively full roster, the 49ers did not have to draft for immediate need. Instead, they continued their trend of bringing in high-upside players who will hopefully make an impact down the line.

On Day 2, they started this mindset with the last pick of Round 3 by taking the injured Brandon Thomas out of Clemson. This continued on Day 3 when they selected cornerback Keith Reaser, who is also dealing with knee injuries.

Omar Kelly of the Sun-Sentinel appreciated the pick:

Meanwhile, defensive end Aaron Lynch was another selection who should have gone higher, but character issues dropped him down. He even admitted this after being drafted in the fifth round, via Matt Maiocco of CSN:

Adding in quick slot receiver Bruce Ellington and some more defensive backs to help the depth, the 49ers should be extremely satisfied with their end of the draft. 

 

Houston Texans

May 9, 2014; Houston, TX, USA; Houston Texans head coach Bill O'Brien speaks to the media during a press conference to introduce first-round draft pick Jadeveon Clowney (not pictured) at Reliant Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Troy Taormina-USA TODAY Sports
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There will be a lot of debate surrounding the Texans' plan to wait until the third day to get their quarterback, but they certainly got one with a lot of potential.

With the No. 135 picks in the draft, Houston selected Tom Savage out of Pittsburgh. This brought mixed reactions considering the player has very little game experience:

However, ESPN's Adam Schefter points out the positives as he is set to play for new his new coach:

Bleacher Report's Chris Simms even thinks of him as one of the best quarterbacks in the class:

Houston also added a bunch of SEC players who have been through tough competition and should come in to the NFL ready to play.

After a miserable season last year, the future looks bright for the Texans.

 

Pittsburgh Steelers

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The Steelers were fortunate to see an extremely talented receiver fall to them in the first round as they were able to take Martavis Bryant with the 118th pick.

Bleacher Report's Matt Bowen describes the physical attributes of the player:

Despite being selected in the fourth round, you can expect the receiver to make an impact right away on a team that needs it. Bleacher Report's Matt Miller and Michael Felder broke down the pick:

After that, the Steelers filled some needs on the depth chart with cornerback Shaquille Richardson and tackle Wesley Johnson. Although neither player projects to be a star, they will be useful early on.

Pittsburgh came into the day with a few specific goals, and it nailed each of the selections in the final few rounds.