2015 NFL Mock Draft: Matt Miller's Final 7-Round Picks
The big day is here!
On Thursday night in Chicago, the 2015 NFL draft will begin, with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers making the first of 256 selections that will span three days.
It also brings mock draft season to an end. Dozens of draftniks have taken hundreds of stabs at predicting how this year's proceedings will play out. On Thursday evening, speculation meets reality.
There's still time for one last run-through, though. With that in mind, here's a look at the final mock draft from Bleacher Report NFL Draft Lead Writer Matt Miller, beginning with a pick that just about everyone is going to get right.
Or wrong, if the Buccaneers have been shining us all on for the past several weeks.
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1. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
The Pick: Quarterback Jameis Winston, Florida State
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers need a franchise quarterback, and Jameis Winston is the only franchise quarterback in this draft. It's an easy decision for general manager Jason Licht and head coach Lovie Smith.
Winston can be the Day 1 starter in 2015 with his experience in the Florida State offense and has the tools to execute in a pro-style offense right away. With big targets Vincent Jackson, Mike Evans and Austin Seferian-Jenkins in place, Winston has the options needed to make big plays early.
2. Tennessee Titans
The Pick: Quarterback Marcus Mariota, Oregon
The Tennessee Titans may not own this pick when it is announced, but the selection will be quarterback Marcus Mariota—no matter who is making the call.
Mariota is the next best thing in this year's draft and a legitimate starting quarterback option. With so many teams in need of a signal-caller, it's unlikely Mariota gets past the Titans (or a team trading up to this spot).
Need-based drafting this early can be dangerous, and Mariota does need work, but he has the athleticism, character and football IQ to wow a front office.
3. Jacksonville Jaguars
The Pick: Edge-Rusher Dante Fowler, Florida
Ignore the smoke screens connecting the Jaguars to Amari Cooper—Dante Fowler is the pick here.
Fowler is the "Leo" pass-rusher the Jaguars need to complete this defense. He is a three-down defender who can take away the edge and get to the quarterback.
He's an instant-impact player with a crazy first step and the flexibility to crush the edge.
4. Oakland Raiders
The Pick: Defensive Lineman Leonard Williams, USC
Wide receiver, defensive end or defensive tackle? That's the question for the Oakland Raiders, and it's a tough one that will likely come down to draft night. In the end, Leonard Williams is the best player on the board and a need for the Raiders.
Williams can come in immediately and start as the team's 3-technique tackle. He's quick and brings the pass-rushing chops to change this defense. With Khalil Mack in place, the Raiders would have two young studs on defense.
The Pick: Edge-Rusher Vic Beasley, Clemson
If this pick doesn't get traded, look for new Washington general manager Scot McCloughan to bolster his defense with the best edge-rusher available. For Washington, that's Clemson's Vic Beasley.
With Brian Orakpo gone in free agency and the new regime not tied to Trent Murphy, it's worth looking at a true speed-rusher like Beasley to line up opposite Ryan Kerrigan.
This wouldn't be my pick—I'd go for Iowa's Brandon Scherff—but it instantly makes the defense better.
6. New York Jets
The Pick: Edge-Rusher Alvin "Bud" Dupree, Kentucky
Look at the players Todd Bowles has coached in the past, and you get the idea he wants big, strong edge defenders with the ability to play standing up or with their hand in the dirt.
General manager Mike Maccagnan went after the same type of athlete with the Houston Texans. Bud Dupree is the ideal fit for the scheme and gives the Jets a speed rush they lack while bringing the power of a 269-pound pass-rusher to the table.
7. Chicago Bears
The Pick: Wide Receiver Amari Cooper, Alabama
The Chicago Bears can comfortably sit back and draft the best player available on the board with pick No. 7, despite a strong belief from fans that they must go defense here. Wide receiver actually makes a ton of sense for Ryan Pace's team.
Alshon Jeffery has one year left on his rookie deal, and the team's trade of Brandon Marshall puts the emphasis on untested Marquess Wilson. Adding the super-polished, pro-ready Cooper will give this offense the speed and yards-after-catch threat it's lacked.
8. Atlanta Falcons
The Pick: Running Back Todd Gurley, Georgia
The Atlanta Falcons could use a defensive end for Dan Quinn's scheme—and they may trade up to get one—but they also need a starting running back. Todd Gurley, the in-state product, could be a superstar at the position.
Gurley did suffer an ACL tear in November against Auburn but could be ready to go for Week 1 action. Teaming Gurley with 2014 draft pick Devonta Freeman gives Matt Ryan and the offense a balance they've lacked since the early days of Michael Turner.
9. New York Giants
The Pick: Offensive Tackle Andrus Peat, Stanford
This is not the pick I would make, but I continue to hear from team sources that the New York Giants really like Andrus Peat.
A trade back could be in play here, but then they have to worry about the St. Louis Rams grabbing their player at pick No. 10.
Peat brings immediate value because he can start at left or right tackle, which would allow current right tackle Justin Pugh to move to left guard. That would give the Giants a truly formidable offensive line.
With Victor Cruz and Odell Beckham Jr. in place at wide receiver, the Giants can score points, but this pick means keeping Eli Manning upright long enough to get the ball downfield.
10. St. Louis Rams
The Pick: Wide Receiver Kevin White, West Virginia
A true best-player-available pick, but Kevin White is also a need in St. Louis, where the team is relying on Kenny Britt to stay out of trouble and consistent on the field to be its No. 1 receiver.
Offensive line or cornerback could be in play here, but if the Rams keep the pick, look for wide receiver to be a serious option.
11. Minnesota Vikings
The Pick: Cornerback Marcus Peters, Washington
The Minnesota Vikings have been linked to many cornerbacks this offseason, mostly Michigan State's Trae Waynes, as noted by Chris Tomasson of the Pioneer Press. Waynes is a good player, but he's not the NFL-ready talent Marcus Peters is.
Yes, Peters has some off-field baggage after being dismissed from Washington, but he's the type of prospect head coach Mike Zimmer can turn into an All-Pro talent. Peters needs hard coaching and a leader he trusts, and Zimmer has both the experience and leadership to be that person.
12. Cleveland Browns
The Pick: Defensive Lineman Danny Shelton, Washington
It's a match made in heaven. The Cleveland Browns need a nose tackle, and Danny Shelton is a beast at the position.
Shelton is impossible to move off his spot in the middle of the defensive line, but he's also a sneaky athlete able to get into the backfield and pressure the quarterback. He showed that in 2014 with nine sacks, and the Browns could make him the foundation of a defense that's loaded in the back seven.
13. New Orleans Saints
The Pick: Offensive Guard Brandon Scherff, Iowa
The Saints need help on defense, but they can't ignore Brandon Scherff on the board here. Not after trading Ben Grubbs in the offseason.
Scherff is a plug-and-play starter at guard and has true All-Pro potential on the inside. With Drew Brees' love of stepping up in the pocket, the guard position is incredibly important for the Saints.
With Jahri Evans on one side, Max Unger in the middle and Scherff at the other guard spot, the Saints could have one of the best interior offensive lines in football.
14. Miami Dolphins
The Pick: Cornerback Kevin Johnson, Wake Forest
The Miami Dolphins have one really good cornerback in Brent Grimes, but on the opposite side they're still trying to figure out what works and what doesn't.
Adding Wake Forest stud Kevin Johnson to the mix would give them the length, quickness and instincts in a No. 2 cornerback and a very solid projection as a future No. 1 corner for when Grimes retires.
15. San Francisco 49ers
The Pick: Wide Receiver Dorial Green-Beckham, Oklahoma via Missouri
This may not happen Thursday, but that will be because owner Jed York has said no to the pick. The 49ers would be an ideal fit for Dorial Green-Beckham, and his big-bodied style of wide receiver play is exactly what Colin Kaepernick lacks.
If a team hits on DGB, he could be an All-Pro. There are off-field risks, which is why I reported multiple owners have told their teams they cannot draft him, but if Trent Baalke can talk York into making this pick, DGB could be the answer to their prayers on offense.
16. Houston Texans
The Pick: Wide Receiver DeVante Parker, Louisville
A small draft-day fall for DeVante Parker—a player I have ranked No. 10 overall—but he finds himself in a great spot.
In Houston, Parker will start immediately opposite DeAndre Hopkins, and with the team's big-armed quarterbacks, his ability to post up defenders down the field and in the end zone will get noticed.
Parker could go as early as the top 10, but with the way the board fell here, he's still available for a great value in Houston.
17. San Diego Chargers
The Pick: Running Back Melvin Gordon, Wisconsin
The San Diego Chargers want a power run game, and Melvin Gordon can give them that immediately. Of course, this is contingent on the Chargers not trading up with the Tennessee Titans to get Marcus Mariota. But if they stay at pick No. 17, look for Gordon to be the target.
He's an inside-outside runner with balance, vision, power and the speed to break away from defenses. As the Chargers look to a future without Philip Rivers as a reality, a strong run game will be key to staying competitive in the AFC West.
18. Kansas City Chiefs
The Pick: Cornerback Trae Waynes, Michigan State
The Kansas City Chiefs can go many directions at pick No. 18, but the smart choice is staying true to their board and taking the best player on the wall. That would be cornerback Trae Waynes in this scenario.
With cornerback a need here, it does make sense. Waynes fits the long, tall cornerback profile in Kansas City and would be a starter in Year 1 opposite Sean Smith. With Marcus Cooper looking like a backup at best in 2014, Waynes gives the Chiefs value and fills a need in the first round.
19. Cleveland Browns
The Pick: Defensive Lineman Arik Armstead, Oregon
The rebuilding of the defensive line in Cleveland continues with Arik Armstead from Oregon coming to town to fill a hole at defensive end. Armstead could be off the board to the San Francisco 49ers at pick No. 15 on draft night, but if he falls to the Browns, it's a smart move for them.
Defensive ends Desmond Bryant and Randy Starks are older players, and young guns Billy Winn and John Hughes don't have Armstead's athleticism or upside.
20. Philadelphia Eagles
The Pick: Wide Receiver Breshad Perriman, Central Florida
Speed. Pure speed. Think back to Chip Kelly's reign at Oregon and remember how he recruited track stars to play wide receiver for him. That's Breshad Perriman—a 4.26-second blur down the sideline.
This pick also fills a need, with Jeremy Maclin gone to Kansas City and 2014 draftees Jordan Matthews and Josh Huff lacking the downfield skills of the Central Florida speedster.
21. Cincinnati Bengals
The Pick: Defensive Lineman Malcom Brown, Texas
The nose tackle position has been a weak link in Cincinnati the past two seasons, and it's time to address it with a young stud who is versatile enough to play all over the defensive line.
Malcom Brown was a dominant force for Texas in 2014 and has the size, strength and quickness to beat blockers as a nose tackle, a 1-technique or even as a 3-technique if asked to spell Geno Atkins.
22. Pittsburgh Steelers
The Pick: Edge-Rusher Randy Gregory, Nebraska
A top-10 talent, Randy Gregory falls to the Pittsburgh Steelers after failing a drug test at the combine. That's just fine with general manager Kevin Colbert.
Gregory would come in and instantly become a key pass-rusher for the Steelers, where veteran James Harrison and coach Joey Porter can mentor him on the needs of a professional. This is a value pick that fills a need—so basically, classic Pittsburgh.
23. Detroit Lions
The Pick: Offensive Tackle Ereck Flowers, Miami (Fla.)
The Detroit Lions are a tough team to predict in Round 1. They could go cornerback here or trade back slightly for a running back, but in a mock draft without trades, an offensive lineman makes the most sense.
There's currently a huge hole at left guard in Detroit, and it remains to be seen if Riley Reiff will move inside (making the pick of Ereck Flowers a need at left tackle) or if they'll try moving another player inside.
Flowers can play either tackle spot and would be just fine at guard. While he's a third-rounder on my board, Flowers' name has been red-hot in the week leading up to the draft, so don't be surprised if he's already off the board by pick No. 23.
24. Arizona Cardinals
The Pick: Edge-Rusher Shane Ray, Missouri
Shane Ray had a rough month. First Lance Zierlein of NFL.com reported that he has a foot injury that may require surgery, then Ray was cited for marijuana possession three days before the draft kicked off.
The two issues will push Ray down on draft boards, and just how far remains to be seen. It's hard to imagine Ray falling completely out of the first round, though, and the Arizona Cardinals have shown a willingness to take in character risks (Michael Floyd, Tyrann Mathieu) and get production from them.
Ray also fills a need here, as the Cardinals are desperate for a true threat off the edge.
25. Carolina Panthers
The Pick: Offensive Tackle D.J. Humphries, Florida
The Carolina Panthers have two great needs in this draft—left tackle and wide receiver. Ignore the talk that Michael Oher is going to play left tackle; that won't last through training camp. Oher should play right tackle, making the selection of D.J. Humphries not only a great value (he's my top-rated offensive tackle) but also a need.
Humphries is a top-tier mover at left tackle, with clean, quick feet and the length to keep defenders off his frame. That movement skill is huge here too, because Cam Newton loves to extend the pocket. Humphries is the slam-dunk pick the Panthers need at the end of Round 1.
26. Baltimore Ravens
The Pick: Defensive Lineman Mario Edwards, Florida State
Mario Edwards' name has been hot as the draft nears, and it seems like the first round is a good possibility for him.
Personally, Edwards is a Round 2 player, but the need for athletic pass-rushers off the edge makes him more attractive. And in Baltimore, he fills a need with Pernell McPhee gone to Chicago.
Edwards has the quickness, size and length to hold down that hybrid edge position in the Baltimore defense and is a high-upside player with tons of room to grow as a technician.
27. Dallas Cowboys
The Pick: Cornerback Ronald Darby, Florida State
The draft room in Dallas may get tense this year given the Cowboys' needs and the way this draft has played out. But at the end of Round 1, they can get an instant-impact cornerback, helping them finally move on from the pick of Morris Claiborne.
Brandon Carr and Orlando Scandrick are solid, but NFL teams need three cornerbacks in this day and age, and Ronald Darby has the speed and instincts to become a starter early in his career. He doesn't have great ball skills, but his speed and confidence make him a threat who most college offenses completely avoided.
This is a smart, high-value pick for the Cowboys.
28. Denver Broncos
The Pick: Offensive Tackle Cedric Ogbuehi, Texas A&M
The offensive line in Denver is completely in flux right now, but the selection of Cedric Ogbuehi to play right tackle starts to put things back in order. Ogbuehi did suffer an ACL tear in the Liberty Bowl, but his rehab has gone well, and it's not crazy to think he'll be ready for Week 1.
With new head coach Gary Kubiak's love of the zone-blocking scheme and moving pockets in the passing game, Ogbuehi's top-tier footwork is a big boost to his value in Denver.
29. Indianapolis Colts
The Pick: Free Safety Damarious Randall, Arizona State
Damarious Randall may not be a household name in the draft world, but he should be. As the best free safety in this class, he has big value in the late first round.
Randall has range, and he'll get compared to Tyrann Mathieu and Jimmie Ward for his coverage skills and hands. He can line up as a single-high safety, as a nickel cornerback or in a two-deep look without sacrificing his impact. That's something the Colts can use—a playmaker on defense who can take away the deep middle of the field.
30. Green Bay Packers
The Pick: Defensive Lineman Jordan Phillips, Oklahoma
The B.J. Raji experiment has seemed to regress each year, making the move to replace the former first-rounder a priority in Green Bay. Enter Jordan Phillips. It makes too much sense not to happen, especially after the Packers hired Phillips' college line coach Jerry Montgomery to join the team.
Phillips isn't a first-rounder on my board, but the need makes sense. And at 6'5", 329 pounds, it's easy to see why a team like Green Bay would want him clogging lanes and creating an interior pass rush in the NFC North.
31. New Orleans Saints
The Pick: Edge-Rusher Eli Harold, Virginia
With their second pick in the first round, the New Orleans Saints address the defense and add a pass-rusher opposite Junior Galette. Eli Harold has all the traits you look for in an edge-rusher (speed, length, toughness, flexibility) and was a productive star at Virginia.
He can be inconsistent, which is why he's still on the board at No. 31. But in New Orleans, Rob Ryan will coach the heck out of him and get Harold in positions to win.
32. New England Patriots
The Pick: Cornerback Byron Jones, Connecticut
The New England Patriots are among the hardest teams in the NFL to predict on draft day, and the most accurate projection may be that Bill Belichick will trade this pick for a 2016 first-rounder. But in a mock draft with no trades, the Patriots stay put and draft a cornerback to ease the loss of Darrelle Revis and Brandon Browner.
Byron Jones has size, speed and world-class explosive ability, and he can play on the line in press coverage or off the ball in a zone. He's a bit raw and did miss much of 2014 with a shoulder injury, but he's healthy now and would be a Day 1 starter in New England.
33. Tennessee—Jake Fisher, OT, Oregon
34. Tampa Bay—La'el Collins, G, LSU
35. Oakland—Nelson Agholor, WR, USC
36. Jacksonville—Eric Kendricks, LB, UCLA
37. N.Y. Jets—Cameron Erving, C, Florida State
38. Washington—Carl Davis, DL, Iowa
39. Chicago—Danielle Hunter, EDGE, LSU
40. N.Y. Giants—Eddie Goldman, DL, Florida State
41. St. Louis—Benardrick McKinney, LB, Mississippi State
42. Atlanta—Preston Smith, EDGE, Mississippi State
43. Cleveland—Maxx Williams, TE, Minnesota
44. New Orleans—Phillip Dorsett, WR, Miami (Fla.)
45. Minnesota—Jaelen Strong, WR, Arizona State
46. San Francisco—Jaquiski Tartt, SS, Samford
47. Miami—Shaq Thompson, LB, Washington
48. San Diego—Landon Collins, SS, Alabama
49. Kansas City—Donovan Smith, OT, Penn State
50. Buffalo—Bryce Petty, QB, Baylor
51. Houston—Owa Odighizuwa, EDGE, UCLA
52. Philadelphia—Eric Rowe, CB, Utah
53. Cincinnati—Gerod Holliman, FS, Louisville
54. Detroit—Tevin Coleman, RB, Indiana
55. Arizona—T.J. Yeldon, RB, Alabama
56. Pittsburgh—T.J. Clemmings, OT, Pittsburgh
57. Carolina—Devin Smith, WR, Ohio State
58. Baltimore—Devin Funchess, WR, Michigan
59. Denver—Paul Dawson, LB, TCU
60. Dallas—Duke Johnson, RB, Miami (Fla.)
61. Indianapolis—Stephone Anthony, LB, Clemson
62. Green Bay—Denzel Perryman, LB, Miami (Fla.)
63. Seattle—Grady Jarrett, DL, Clemson
64. New England—Laken Tomlinson, G, Duke
65. Tampa Bay—Nate Orchard, EDGE, Utah
66. Tennessee—Rashad Greene, WR, Florida State
67. Jacksonville—Ameer Abdullah, RB, Nebraska
68. Oakland—Jalen Collins, CB, LSU
69. Washington—Ramik Wilson, LB, Georgia
70. N.Y. Jets—Sean Mannion, QB, Oregon State
71. Chicago—P.J. Williams, CB, FSU
72. St. Louis—A.J. Cann, G, South Carolina
73. Atlanta—Clive Walford, TE, Miami (Fla.)
74. N.Y. Giants—Kwon Alexander, LB, LSU
75. New Orleans—Wes Saxton, TE, South Alabama
76. Minnesota—Jordan Hicks, LB, Texas
77. Cleveland—Trey Flowers, EDGE, Arkansas
78. New Orleans—Alex Carter, CB, Stanford
79. San Francisco—Henry Anderson, DL, Stanford
80. Kansas City—Hroniss Grasu, C, Oregon
81. Buffalo—Ali Marpet, G, Hobart
82. Houston—Jay Ajayi, RB, Boise State
83. San Diego—Lorenzo Mauldin, EDGE, Louisville
84. Philadelphia—Xavier Cooper, DL, Washington State
85. Cincinnati—Frank Clark, EDGE, Michigan
86. Arizona—Gabe Wright, DL, Auburn
87. Pittsburgh—D'Joun Smith, CB, Florida Atlantic
88. Detroit—Michael Bennett, DL, Ohio State
89. Carolina—Josh Shaw, FS, USC
90. Baltimore—Quinten Rollins, CB, Miami (OH)
91. Dallas—James Sample, SS, Louisville
92. Denver—B.J. Finney, C, Kansas State
93. Indianapolis—Mike Davis, RB, South Carolina
94. Green Bay—Jeff Heuerman, TE, Ohio State
95. Seattle—Jarvis Harrison, G, Texas A&M
96. New England—Tre McBride, WR, William & Mary
97. New England—David Johnson, RB, Northern Iowa
98. Kansas City—Tyler Lockett, WR, Kansas State
99. Cincinnati—Rory Anderson, TE, South Carolina
100. Tennessee—Markus Golden, EDGE, Missouri
101. New England—Tyeler Davison, DL, Fresno State
102. Oakland—Adrian Amos, FS, Penn State
103. Jacksonville—Derron Smith, FS, Fresno State
104. N.Y. Jets—Rob Havenstein, OT, Wisconsin
105. Washington—Tyrus Thompson, OT, Oklahoma
106. Chicago—Garrett Grayson, QB, Colorado State
107. Atlanta—Sammie Coates, WR, Auburn
108. N.Y. Giants—Anthony Harris, SS, Virginia
109. Tampa Bay—Kurtis Drummond, FS, Michigan State
110. Minnesota—Ty Sambrailo, OT, Colorado State
111. Cleveland—Quandre Diggs, CB, Texas
112. Seattle—Dezmin Lewis, WR, Central Arkansas
113. Philadelphia—Josue Matias, G, Florida State
114. Miami—Justin Hardy, WR, East Carolina
115. Cleveland—Brett Hundley, QB, UCLA
116. Houston—Ifo Ekpre-Olomu, CB, Oregon
117. San Diego—Quinton Spain, G, West Virginia
118. Kansas City—Marcus Hardison, DL, Arizona State
119. St. Louis—Daryl Williams, OT, Oklahoma
120. Cincinnati—DeAndre Smelter, WR, Georgia Tech
121. Pittsburgh—Blake Bell, TE, Oklahoma
122. Baltimore—MyCole Pruitt, TE, Southern Illinois
123. Arizona—Senquez Golson, CB, Ole Miss
124. Carolina—Kevin White, CB, TCU
125. Baltimore—Chris Conley, WR, Georgia
126. San Francisco—David Cobb, RB, Minnesota
127. Dallas—Jamison Crowder, WR, Duke
128. Indianapolis—Mark Glowinski, G, West Virginia
129. Green Bay—Steven Nelson, CB, Oregon State
130. Seattle—Charles Gaines, CB, Louisville
131. New England—Bobby Richardson, DL, Indiana
132. San Francisco—Craig Mager, CB, Texas State
133. Denver—Tyler Kroft, TE, Rutgers
134. Seattle—Reese Dismukes, C, Auburn
135. Cincinnati—Rob Crisp, OT, North Carolina State
136. Baltimore—Javorius "Buck" Allen, RB, USC
137. Minnesota—Jordan Richards, SS, Stanford
138. Tennessee—Ben Heeney, LB, Kansas
139. Jacksonville—Christian Covington, DL, Rice
140. Oakland—Karlos Williams, RB, Florida State
141. Washington—John Miller, G, Louisville
142. Chicago—Rakeem Nunez-Roches, DL, Southern Miss
143. Denver—Darius Philon, DL, Arkansas
144. N.Y. Giants—Josh Harper, WR, Fresno State
145. Philadelphia—Imoan Claiborne, SS, Northwestern State
146. Atlanta—Taiwan Jones, LB, Michigan State
147. Cleveland—Antwan Goodley, WR, Baylor
148. New Orleans—Zack Hodges, EDGE, Harvard
149. Miami—Ben Koyack, TE, Notre Dame
150. Miami—Cameron Artis-Payne, RB, Auburn
151. San Francisco—Za'Darius Smith, EDGE, Kentucky
152. Houston—Jake Ryan, LB, Michigan
153. San Diego—Hayes Pullard, LB, USC
154. New Orleans—Kenny Bell, WR, Nebraska
155. Buffalo—Max Valles, EDGE, Virginia
156. Philadelphia—Ladarius Gunter, FS, Miami (Fla.)
157. Cincinnati—Doran Grant, CB, Ohio State
158. Baltimore—Kyle Emanuel, EDGE, North Dakota State
159. Arizona—Hau'oli Kikaha, EDGE, Washington
160. Pittsburgh—Troy Hill, CB, Oregon
161. Carolina—Shaq Mason, C, Georgia tech
162. Tampa Bay—Mike Hull, LB, Penn State
163. Dallas—Ellis McCarthy, DL, UCLA
164. Denver—James Castleman, DL, Oklahoma State
165. Indianapolis—Andy Gallik, C, Boston College
166. Green Bay—Jeremy Langford, RB, Michigan State
167. Seattle—Tony Lippett, WR, Michigan State
168. Detroit—Darren Waller, WR, Georgia Tech
169. Carolina—Matt Jones, RB, Florida
170. Seattle—Zach Zenner, RB, South Dakota State
171. Baltimore—Donald Celiscar, FS, Western Michigan
172. Kansas City—Cody Prewitt, FS, Ole Miss
173. Kansas City—Jeff Luc, LB, Cincinnati
174. Carolina—Martrell Spaight, LB, Arkansas
175. Houston—Greg Mancz, C, Toledo
176. Baltimore—Mitch Morse, OT, Missouri
177. Tennessee—Lorenzo Doss, CB, Tulane
178. New England—Nick O'Leary, TE, Florida State
179. Oakland—Andrew Donnal, OT, Iowa
180. Jacksonville—Dres Anderson, WR, Utah
181. Seattle—Anthony Chickillo, EDGE, Miami (Fla.)
182. Washington—James O'Shaughnessy, TE, Illinois State
183. Chicago—Jeremiah Poutasi, OT, Utah
184. Tampa Bay—Kyshoen Jarrett, SS, Virginia Tech
185. Atlanta—Detrick Bonner, FS, Virginia Tech
186. N.Y. Giants—Davis Tull, EDGE, Chattanooga
187. New Orleans—Amarlo Herrera, LB, Georgia
188. Buffalo—Jesse James, TE, Penn State
189. Cleveland—Thomas Rawls, RB, Central Michigan
190. San Francisco—Damien Wilson, LB, Minnesota
191. Miami—Antoine Everett, G, McNeese State
192. San Diego—David Parry, DL, Stanford
193. Kansas City—Damian Swann, CB, Georgia
194. Buffalo—John Timu, LB, Washington
195. Houston—Tayo Fabuluje, OT, TCU
196. Philadelphia—Derrick Lott, DL, Chattanooga
197. Cincinnati—Alani Fua, LB, BYU
198. Arizona—Jamil Douglas, G, Arizona State
199. Pittsburgh—Ibraheim Campbell, SS, Northwestern
200. Detroit—Garry Peters, CB, Clemson
201. Carolina—Lynden Trail, EDGE, Norfolk State
202. Cleveland—Jermaine Whitehead, FS, Auburn
203. Denver—Brandon Bridge, QB, South Alabama
204. Baltimore—Bobby McCain, CB, Memphis
205. Indianapolis—Austin Shepherd, OT, Alabama
206. Green Bay—Laurence Gibson, OT, Virginia Tech
207. Indianapolis—Justin Coleman, CB, Tennessee
208. Tennessee—John Crockett, RB, North Dakota State
209. Seattle—Anthony Jefferson, FS, UCLA
210. Green Bay—DaVaris Daniels, WR, Notre Dame
211. Houston—Tre' Jackson, G, Florida State
212. Pittsburgh—Louis Trinca-Pasat, DL, Iowa
213. Green Bay—Shane Carden, QB, East Carolina
214. Seattle—Bryan Bennett, QB, Southeastern Louisiana
215. St. Louis—Dillon Day, C, Mississippi State
216. Houston—JaCorey Shepherd, CB, Kansas
217. Kansas City—Deiontrez Mount, EDGE, Louisville
218. Tampa Bay—Malcolm Brown, RB, Texas
219. New England—Tevin McDonald, SS, Eastern Washington
220. Jacksonville—Sean Donnelly, OT, Tulane
221. Oakland—Vince Mayle, WR, Washington State
222. Washington—Trey Williams, RB, Texas A&M
223. N.Y. Jets—Vernon Johnson, WR, Texas A&M-Commerce
224. N.Y. Jets—Jamon Brown, OT, Louisville
225. Atlanta—Bobby Hart, OT, Florida State
226. N.Y. Giants—Bryce Hager, LB, Baylor
227. St. Louis—Jacoby Glenn, CB, Central Florida
228. Minnesota—Malcolm Agnew, RB, Southern Illinois
229. Cleveland—Trenton Brown, G, Florida
230. New Orleans—Leon Orr, DL, Florida
231. Tampa Bay—Durell Eskridge, FS, Syracuse
232. Minnesota—Angelo Blackson, DL, Auburn
233. Kansas City—De'Vante Bausby, CB, Pittsburg State
234. Buffalo—J.T. Surratt, DL, South Carolina
235. Houston—Randall Telfer, TE, USC
236. Dallas—Ray Drew, EDGE, Georgia
237. Philadelphia—Devante Davis, WR, UNLV
238. Cincinnati—Mario Alford, WR, West Virginia
239. Pittsburgh—Geremy Davis, WR, UConn
240. Detroit—Jalston Fowler, FB, Alabama
241. Arizona—Max Garcia, C, Florida
242. Carolina—Titus Davis, WR, Central Michigan
243. Dallas—Zach Vigil, LB, Utah State
244. Indianapolis—Deon Simon, DL, Northwestern State
245. N.Y. Giants—Justin Cox, FS, Mississippi State
246. San Francisco—Ty Montgomery, WR, Stanford
247. Green Bay—Cedric Reed, EDGE, Texas
248. Seattle—Gavin Lutman, WR, Pittsburg State
249. Atlanta—Stefon Diggs, WR, Maryland
250. Denver—Dee Hart, RB, Colorado State
251. Denver—Cam Thomas, CB, Western Kentucky
252. Denver—Jake Rodgers, OT, Eastern Washington
253. New England—Jean Sifrin, TE, UMass
254. San Francisco—Hutson Mason, QB, Georgia
255. Indianapolis—Tyler Varga, RB, Yale
256. Arizona—Chad Hamilton, C, Coastal Carolina