2016 NFL Mock Draft: 7-Round Predictions with Compensatory Picks
The 2016 NFL draft is just over a month away, and with the dust settling on the free-agent market, the needs of every team have become even clearer.
The moves made over the last two weeks will certainly alter the projections for many teams in the early going, as mock draft scenarios take into account the biggest and latest moves.
From a pair of trades in the first two rounds to medical re-checks and pro day results, there are multiple factors that will have an impact on predraft prognosticating over the next few weeks.
Will a running back crack the top 10 again this year? How much of a deep defensive line class will take up the early rounds? How many quarterbacks will make their way into the first round?
1. Tennessee Titans: Laremy Tunsil, OT, Mississippi
Florida State's Jalen Ramsey seems to be the trendy surprise pick in this spot right now, but while he's got a strong case to be considered the best overall player in this draft, I still think the Titans would value a franchise left tackle over a defensive back at this pick.
Tunsil is a rare athlete for his position, and his presence would allow Taylor Lewan to move to the right side, where he's probably a better fit.
Marcus Mariota has plenty of promising weapons at his disposal, but giving him a pair of young, talented bookends to protect him would be a wise investment.
2. Cleveland Browns: Jared Goff, QB, California
This year's quarterback class doesn't have a Jameis Winston or Marcus Mariota, but the Browns have such a huge need at the game's most important position that they may have to take the best they can get here.
The decision would likely come down to Cal's Jared Goff and North Dakota State's Carson Wentz, both of whom have the physical tools to be successful starters in the NFL.
With that said, the Browns need someone who can handle being thrown into the fire right away, and Goff is the more polished prospect who won't need as much time to develop as Wentz.
3. San Diego Chargers: Jalen Ramsey, DB, Florida State
With the messy divorce between the Bolts and All-Pro safety Eric Weddle, the team has a glaring need on the back end of the secondary. It lucks out in this scenario, as one of the rarer talents in the entire draft falls to the Chargers here, and he just happens to fill that need.
Florida State's Jalen Ramsey is a versatile playmaker with experience at both safety and corner, but his best fit is at safety, where he can use his athleticism and instincts to make an impact all over the field.
Ramsey could easily make a case for being the top overall prospect in this draft, making him a steal at this pick.
4. Dallas Cowboys: Myles Jack, LB, UCLA
The Cowboys have needs at all three levels on defense, which should give them the flexibility to get a good balance of need and value at this pick. In this scenario, they land one of the truly special players in this draft in UCLA's do-it-all linebacker Myles Jack.
A knee injury ended Jack's 2015 season prematurely, but while he wasn't ready to work out at the NFL Scouting Combine, he had a solid pro day despite choosing not to run the 40-yard dash just yet.
On tape, Jack is a rare athlete with the versatility to make a huge impact in all phases of the game.
5. Jacksonville Jaguars: Joey Bosa, DE, Ohio State
With bigger needs in the back seven, the Jags would love for Florida State's Jalen Ramsey or UCLA's Myles Jack to fall to them here, but the draft's most complete defensive end wouldn't be a terrible consolation prize.
Ohio State's Joey Bosa has seemingly been destined for the draft's top five picks since he set foot on campus in Columbus. He's not the explosive edge-rusher fans might expect from a player selected this high at his position, but he's a well-rounded prospect who can anchor against the run and still make life difficult for the passer.
With last year's top-five pick returning from injury in Dante Fowler, along with big-ticket free-agent signing Malik Jackson, Bosa would fill out what could be a dominant front four.
6. Baltimore Ravens: Ronnie Stanley, OT, Notre Dame
Ravens fans might be tired of seeing this pick, but they're seeing it more and more often because it just makes too much sense.
Notre Dame's Ronnie Stanley could easily have been the top tackle taken in last year's draft, but he returned to South Bend, Indiana, for another year to sharpen his game. He's an instant upgrade over veteran Eugene Monroe at left tackle and is arguably the best pass protector in this year's class.
Oregon defensive lineman DeForest Buckner should get strong consideration here, but this year's draft is much deeper when it comes to versatile front-line defenders as opposed to franchise left tackles who can start immediately.
7. San Francisco 49ers: Carson Wentz, QB, North Dakota State
North Dakota State's Carson Wentz might not be as polished as Cal's Jared Goff, but he may have a higher ceiling. He's got all the physical tools required to be a quality NFL starter and could develop into a star in the right situation. He's athletic enough to make plays outside the pocket and has the arm strength to make every NFL throw.
Small-school quarterbacks can be risky, but Wentz has both the physical and mental capabilities to warrant this pick.
8. Philadelphia Eagles: Ezekiel Elliott, RB, Ohio State
With all the recent talk of the NFL devaluing the running back position, we couldn't see a runner going in the top 10 for the second straight year, right?
Consider that bubble burst.
Ohio State's Ezekiel Elliott might not be quite the rare talent Todd Gurley was coming out of Georgia, but he's not far off. He has an exceptional combination of speed, power, patience and vision, and is easily the top back in this year's class.
With the Eagles' new regime turning over the tables—including a trade that sent DeMarco Murray to the Titans—Elliott would make sense as the team's new lead back.
9. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: DeForest Buckner, DL, Oregon
The Bucs have added some solid veterans to their defense in free agency, but don't expect that to alter their focus when it comes to this pick. The draft is extremely deep along the defensive line, but there's no prospect who brings a combination of size, strength and athleticism quite like Oregon's DeForest Buckner.
At 6'7", 291 pounds, Buckner can line up anywhere on the line in any scheme, which would fit perfectly with new defensive coordinator Mike Smith's plan to run multiple fronts.
Putting Buckner next to Pro Bowl defensive tackle Gerald McCoy would go a long way toward shoring up a defensive line that has lacked depth across the board for too long.
10. New York Giants: Corey Coleman, WR, Baylor
The Giants filled their biggest needs in free agency, which should free them up to make somewhat of a luxury pick at this spot.
With questions surrounding Mississippi's Laquon Treadwell and his lack of top-end speed, don't be surprised if Baylor's Corey Coleman sneaks up and snatches the title of first receiver off the board.
It's understandable for some to balk at the thought of a sub-6'0" receiver going in the top 10, but Coleman brings rare speed and explosiveness that are simply impossible to ignore. Teaming him up with Odell Beckham would be an absolute nightmare for opposing secondaries and music to the ears of Eli Manning.
11. Chicago Bears: A'Shawn Robinson, DL, Alabama
It's not the flashiest pick in the world, but the Bears addressed some of their other defensive needs via free agency, freeing them up to dip into this year's deep interior defensive line class at this pick.
A'Shawn Robinson was the anchor of Alabama's dominant defense last season, but he'll be a better fit at the next level if he can slide over and play the 5-technique instead of nose tackle.
He's powerful and athletic for his size—6'4", 307 pounds—and would be a valuable addition to a promising young unit with the likes of Eddie Goldman and Will Sutton.
12. New Orleans Saints: Darron Lee, LB, Ohio State
The Saints have plenty of holes to plug on both sides of the ball, but one of the biggest is for an athletic playmaker at linebacker. They spent a first-rounder on Stephone Anthony last year, and pairing him with a dynamic talent like Ohio State's Darron Lee would be ideal.
Lee's offseason workouts have been eye-popping, showcasing his rare speed and explosiveness. He's a well-rounded player who can play inside or out and make plays in coverage or flying downhill against the run.
Lee would be a key piece of the foundation the Saints are trying to lay on defense.
13. Miami Dolphins: Vernon Hargreaves III, CB, Florida
This could end up being the ideal scenario for the Dolphins, trading for two defensive starters in linebacker Kiko Alonso and cornerback Byron Maxwell, and ending up with a player they likely would have targeted at the No. 8 pick before moving down.
Even with the addition of Maxwell, the Dolphins shouldn't be done addressing their needs at the corner position.
Hargreaves is undersized at just 5'10" and 204 pounds, but he has the kind of ball skills, technique and competitiveness that made a similar player—the San Diego Chargers' Jason Verrett—worth a first-round pick in 2014.
14. Oakland Raiders: Reggie Ragland, LB, Alabama
The Raiders were expected to be big spenders in free agency this year, and that's exactly what they were. General manager Reggie McKenzie made multiple big-ticket signings to address some of the team's bigger needs, but they're still looking for a leader in the middle of the defense.
Alabama's Reggie Ragland was one of the driving forces behind one of the most dominant defenses in the nation last year, helping lead the Crimson Tide to yet another national title. He's not the flashiest athlete, but he's an old-school thumper who can run sideline to sideline with the nasty demeanor Raider fans want from their players.
15. Los Angeles Rams: Paxton Lynch, QB, Memphis
Head coach Jeff Fisher has a promising young running back in Todd Gurley, but his offense isn't going anywhere any time soon without a franchise quarterback or a legitimate No. 1 receiver. In this scenario, the Rams get a shot at the more important of those two positions with Memphis' Paxton Lynch.
Lynch is the most raw of this year's top quarterback prospects, but he's got the rare size and physical tools to get a team to bite with a high draft pick. At 6'7", 244 pounds, Lynch is athletic for his size and can make all the NFL throws. He struggled against top competition when he had the chance last year, but if he's not thrown to the wolves immediately, he could develop into a special player.
16. Detroit Lions: Sheldon Rankins, DT, Louisville
Some might expect to see a receiver such as Mississippi's Laquon Treadwell here, thanks to the retirement of Calvin Johnson. But while the signing of free-agent Marvin Jones won't come close to replacing Megatron's impact, it would be extremely difficult to pass on a talent like Louisville's Sheldon Rankins just to reach for a need elsewhere.
Rankins dominated on film and then at the Senior Bowl before an injury kept him from finishing out the week in Mobile. He's a bit undersized at 6'1", 299 pounds, but he uses that to his advantage by always winning the leverage battle. He's explosive and disruptive, and would be a dominant force in the middle of Detroit's defensive line.
17. Atlanta Falcons: Shaq Lawson, DE, Clemson
Head coach Dan Quinn spent his top-10 pick last year on one Clemson pass-rusher, and he just might do the same this year if given the opportunity. Vic Beasley is explosive off the edge and a promising young talent, but he needs help on the other side, and who better to give it to him than former Tigers teammate Shaq Lawson?
Widely regarded as one of the top 4-3 defensive ends in this class, Lawson's stock could slip a little after news broke of him needing a medical recheck due to a potential shoulder issue discovered at the combine. If he does fall into this range, a team like Atlanta could pounce and end up with a great value, should his medicals end up checking out in the end.
18. Indianapolis Colts: Taylor Decker, OT, Ohio State
Colts fans might be hoping for a sexier pick here, but their prime focus in this draft needs to be on taking care of quarterback Andrew Luck, and they need plenty of improvement up front in order to make that happen.
Decker is a well-rounded prospect with experience at both tackle spots, and he would be an instant upgrade on the right side. An edge-rusher or defensive back wouldn't be out of the question at this pick, but with Decker's value and the need for offensive line help, it just makes more sense to go this route.
19. Buffalo Bills: Noah Spence, DE, Eastern Kentucky
Following the departure of veteran Mario Williams, the Bills could use some fresh blood on the edge. The off-field concerns regarding Eastern Kentucky's Noah Spence have been well documented, but don't expect head coach Rex Ryan to be scared away from a dynamic pass-rusher because of the potential risk.
Spence could make a strong case for being the best pure edge-rusher in this draft, and he's athletic enough to drop back into coverage from time to time, if necessary. If it weren't for his off-field questions, he's be a lock for the top 15, which could make him an absolute steal here if he stays out of trouble.
20. New York Jets: Leonard Floyd, OLB, Georgia
Head coach Todd Bowles has to love what he has up front on defense—Muhammad Wilkerson, Sheldon Richardson, Leonard Williams—but to take the front seven to the next level, he needs an explosive edge-rusher to add to the mix.
Georgia's Leonard Floyd is a versatile playmaker who would fit perfectly in a 3-4, with the ability to rush the passer and blow up running plays in the backfield but also the athleticism to drop back into coverage when necessary.
21. Washington Redskins: Jarran Reed, DL, Alabama
Washington has the luxury of letting the draft come to it at this pick, as it could go in a million different directions. In this scenario, the Redskins' balance of value and need meets in the trenches on defense, where they grab arguably the best run-stuffer in the draft: Alabama's Jarran Reed.
Reed might not have the flashy pass-rush skills of others in this year's crop of defensive linemen, but he's a disruptive force who combines explosiveness and power to frustrate interior linemen and beat double-teams with ease. He could be rotated in slowly as a rookie, but it wouldn't take long for him to establish himself as a quality starter with a high ceiling.
22. Houston Texans: Vernon Butler, DT, Louisiana Tech
Houston filled its biggest needs in free agency by inking a new quarterback in Brock Osweiler as well as its replacement for running back Arian Foster in Lamar Miller. Now, the Texans' focus must turn to the defensive front, where they must find a new anchor at nose tackle to succeed veteran Vince Wilfork.
One of the stars of this year's Senior Bowl week, Louisiana Tech's Vernon Butler is a mountain of a man at 6'4", 325 pounds, but he moves with the quickness and explosiveness of a much smaller defender. His rare combination of size, power and athleticism is well worth a first-round pick, and he would benefit greatly from lining up next to J.J. Watt every week.
23. Minnesota Vikings: Laquon Treadwell, WR, Mississippi
Teddy Bridgewater has a talented backfield to rely on with Adrian Peterson and Jerick McKinnon, as well as a promising young playmaker to throw to in Stefon Diggs. But the Vikings are still missing a true No. 1 receiver with the size and physicality to move the chains regularly and present matchup problems for opponents in the red zone.
Once regarded as clearly the top receiver in this year's class, Mississippi's Laquon Treadwell has seen his stock cool a bit recently, due in large part to questions over his speed. Regardless of how fast the stopwatch says he is, Treadwell's film tells the story of a complete receiver who has the skills to be a top target in the NFL.
24. Cincinnati Bengals: Andrew Billings, DT, Baylor
After losing two of their top receivers in free agency, some might expect the Bengals to go after a pass-catcher with this pick. But they also have a need at nose tackle, and in this scenario, the value is much better at that position at this point in the first round.
At 6'1", 311 pounds, Baylor's Andrew Billings is a massive, powerful force who can take on multiple blocks and still disrupt plays in the backfield. He's still fairly raw and needs to improve his ability to find the ball instead of just tossing his blockers around, but he's got the physical tools to warrant this pick and could develop into a dominant player in a short time.
25. Pittsburgh Steelers: William Jackson III, CB, Houston
Mike Tomlin is a former secondary coach, so he knows as well as anyone how much improvement his unit needs in Pittsburgh. The Steelers head coach should get the chance to make a big addition to that group with this pick, and in this scenario, the best value is at corner with Houston's William Jackson III.
Jackson benefits greatly from being one the bigger corners at the top of this year's class (6'0", 189 pounds), and he boosted his stock considerably at the combine by running a 4.37-second 40-yard dash. He's not the most polished cover man in the draft, but he's an athletic playmaker with a nose for the ball and would be an instant upgrade.
26. Seattle Seahawks: Jonathan Bullard, DL, Florida
Conventional wisdom would say Seattle takes an offensive lineman at this spot, but head coach Pete Carroll loves a versatile defensive lineman with a nasty disposition, and that's exactly what Florida's Jonathan Bullard brings to the table.
Bullard can play just about anywhere on the defensive line, regardless of scheme, and is one of the most explosive players in this year's deep class at the position. His skill set compares favorable to current Seahawk Michael Bennett, and though there are certainly bigger needs elsewhere, Seattle values having a deep front four.
27. Green Bay Packers: Kamalei Correa, OLB, Boise State
Green Bay could opt for a nose tackle to replace B.J. Raji here, but with the two best fits already off the board—Baylor's Andrew Billings and Louisiana Tech's Vernon Butler—the Packers could opt to fill their need for a pass-rusher instead.
This year's draft doesn't have many edge players with the versatility to play the run, rush the passer and still be athletic enough to survive in coverage. Boise State's Kamalei Correa checks all three of those boxes, and the depth at defensive tackle in this year's class should allow the Packers to address that need on Day 2 and still get good value.
28. Kansas City Chiefs: Jack Conklin, OT, Michigan State
There's a solid core of players in Kansas City, but building depth in the trenches on both sides of the ball should be a priority in this year's draft. The draft is deeper on the defensive side, which could lead the Chiefs to grabbing one of top offensive tackles before they quickly disappear off the board.
With Eric Fisher still improving at left tackle, Michigan State's Jack Conklin would be a solid young bookend to line up on the opposite side. He doesn't have the athleticism or upside of other top tackles in this class, but he's a technically sound prospect who could quickly develop into a quality starter.
29. Arizona Cardinals: Eli Apple, CB, Ohio State
Their biggest need was for an impact edge-rusher, and the Cardinals took care of that by trading their second-round pick to the New England Patriots for Chandler Jones. With that taken care of, the Cards will have more freedom with this pick, letting them take a chance on a raw but talented cover man in Ohio State's Eli Apple.
A redshirt sophomore, Apple is far from a finished product, but his combination of size (6'1", 199 pounds), athleticism and ball skills will be enticing to a number of teams in the first round. With Patrick Peterson already in place, the Cards could afford to bring Apple along slowly while he polishes up his skill set in order to reach his lofty potential.
30. Carolina Panthers: Kevin Dodd, DE, Clemson
There are much bigger needs for the defending NFC champs, but their recent draft history suggests the Panthers aren't afraid to look elsewhere with their first-round picks. The team has clearly put an emphasis on building their front four on defense, and that's just what they do here by grabbing Clemson's Kevin Dodd.
A relative unknown earlier in his collegiate career, Dodd's draft stock picked up steam thanks to a dominant finish to the 2015 season, including impressive performances in both College Football Playoff games. He would give Carolina yet another explosive defender in the trenches, where the team has dominated its competition recently.
31. Denver Broncos: Connor Cook, QB, Michigan State
With Peyton Manning retiring and Brock Osweiler leaving for Houston, the Broncos are currently looking at the newly acquired Mark Sanchez as the top quarterback on their depth chart. It's doubtful John Elway will be comfortable with that heading into 2016, which is why the Broncos will be taking Michigan State's Connor Cook with this pick.
There have been questions raised about Cook's leadership and consistency, but there's no denying he has all the physical tools to be a quality NFL starter. He's an experienced signal-caller who helped turn the Spartans into one of college football's most successful programs over his tenure, and he's one of the most pro-ready quarterbacks in this year's class.
|32.||CLE||Michael Thomas, WR, Ohio State|
|33.||TEN||Mackensie Alexander, CB, Clemson|
|34.||DAL||Derrick Henry, RB, Alabama|
|35.||SD||Josh Doctson, WR, TCU|
|36.||BAL||Sterling Shepard, WR, Oklahoma|
|37.||SF||Will Fuller, WR, Notre Dame|
|38.||JAX||Cody Whitehair, OL, Kansas State|
|39.||TB||Jason Spriggs, OT, Indiana|
|40.||NYG||Kenny Clark, DT, UCLA|
|41.||CHI||Shilique Calhoun, OLB, Michigan State|
|42.||MIA||Emmanuel Ogbah, DE, Oklahoma State|
|43.||LA (from PHI)||Braxton Miller, WR, Ohio State|
|44.||OAK||Artie Burns, DB, Miami (FL)|
|45.||LA||Kendall Fuller, CB, Virginia Tech|
|46.||DET||Tyler Boyd, WR, Pittsburgh|
|47.||NO||Robert Nkemdiche, DL, Mississippi|
|48.||IND||Darian Thompson, S, Boise State|
|49.||BUF||Germain Ifedi, OT, Texas A&M|
|50.||ATL||Jalen Mills, DB, LSU|
|51.||NYJ||Alex Collins, RB, Arkansas|
|52.||HOU||Pharoh Cooper, WR, South Carolina|
|53.||WAS||Ryan Kelly, C, Alabama|
|54.||MIN||Su'a Cravens, LB, USC|
|55.||CIN||Leonte Carroo, WR, Rutgers|
|56.||SEA||Jerald Hawkins, OT, LSU|
|57.||GB||Hunter Henry, TE, Arkansas|
|58.||PIT||Vonn Bell, S, Ohio State|
|59.||KC||Jihad Ward, DL, Illinois|
|60.||NE||Javon Hargrave, DL, South Carolina State|
|61.||NE (from ARI)||Jaylon Smith, LB, Notre Dame|
|62.||CAR||Shon Coleman, OT, Auburn|
|63.||DEN||Austin Johnson, DT, Penn State|
|64.||TEN||Jeremy Cash, S, Duke|
|65.||CLE||Sheldon Day, DL, Notre Dame|
|66.||SD||Chris Jones, DL, Mississippi State|
|67.||DAL||Xavien Howard, CB, Baylor|
|68.||SF||Le'Raven Clark, OT, Texas Tech|
|69.||JAX||Harlan Miller, CB, Southeast Louisiana|
|70.||BAL||Jordan Jenkins, OLB, Georgia|
|71.||NYG||Kentrell Brothers, LB, Missouri|
|72.||CHI||Kenny Lawler, WR, California|
|73.||MIA||Devontae Booker, RB, Utah|
|74.||TB||Karl Joseph, S, West Virginia|
|75.||OAK||Paul Perkins, RB, UCLA|
|76.||LA||Carl Nassib, DE, Penn State|
|77.||PHI (from DET)||Joshua Garnett, G, Stanford|
|78.||NO||Vadal Alexander, G, LSU|
|79.||PHI||Kyler Fackrell, OLB, Utah State|
|80.||BUF||Joshua Perry, OLB, Ohio State|
|81.||ATL||Landon Turner, G, North Carolina|
|82.||IND||Jordan Howard, RB, Indiana|
|83.||NYJ||Christian Hackenberg, QB, Penn State|
|84.||WAS||Maurice Canady, CB, Virginia|
|85.||HOU||Nick Martin, OL, Notre Dame|
|86.||MIN||Kyle Murphy, OT, Stanford|
|87.||CIN||Deion Jones, LB, LSU|
|88.||GB||Adolphus Washington, DL, Ohio State|
|89.||PIT||Denver Kirkland, OL, Arkansas|
|90.||SEA||Deiondre' Hall, CB, Northern Iowa|
|91.||NE||John Theus, OT, Georgia|
|92.||ARI||Cardale Jones, QB, Ohio State|
|93.||CAR||Keanu Neal, S, Florida|
|94.||DEN||Christian Westerman, G, Arizona State|
|95.||DET*||Will Redmond, CB, Mississippi State|
|96.||NE*||Rashard Higgins, WR, Colorado State|
|97.||SEA*||Kenneth Dixon, RB, Louisiana Tech|
|98.||DEN*||Dominique Alexander, LB, Oklahoma|
|99.||CLE||Miles Killebrew, S, Southern Utah|
|100.||PHI (from TEN)||Jordan Payton, WR, UCLA|
|101.||DAL||Ronald Blair, DL, Appalachian State|
|102.||SD||Spencer Drango, OL, Baylor|
|103.||JAX||Jack Allen, C, Michigan State|
|104.||BAL||Cyrus Jones, CB, Alabama|
|105.||SF||Tyler Matakevich, LB, Temple|
|106.||CHI||D.J. White, CB, Georgia Tech|
|107.||MIA||Connor McGovern, G, Missouri|
|108.||TB||Travis Feeney, LB, Washington|
|109.||NYG||T.J. Green, S, Clemson|
|110.||LA||Nick Vigil, LB, Utah State|
|111.||DET||Willie Beavers, OT, Western Michigan|
|112.||NO||Keyarris Garrett, WR, Tulsa|
|113.||TEN (from PHI)||Hassan Ridgeway, DL, Texas|
|114.||OAK||Dominique Robertson, OT, West Georgia|
|115.||ATL||Nick Vannett, TE, Ohio State|
|116.||IND||Yannick Ngakoue, OLB, Maryland|
|117.||BUF||Roberto Aguayo, K, Florida State|
|118.||NYJ||Austin Hooper, TE, Stanford|
|119.||HOU||Shawn Oakman, DE, Baylor|
|120.||WAS||Kolby Listenbee, WR, TCU|
|121.||MIN||Sebastian Tretola, G, Arkansas|
|122.||CIN||Bronson Kaufusi, DE, BYU|
|123.||PIT||Henry Krieger Coble, TE, Iowa|
|124.||SEA||Aaron Burbridge, WR, Michigan State|
|125.||GB||D.J. Reader, DT, Clemson|
|126.||KC||Rashard Robinson, CB, LSU|
|127.||CHI (from NE)||Tyler Higbee, TE, Western Kentucky|
|128.||ARI||Willie Henry, DL, Michigan|
|129.||CAR||C.J. Prosise, RB, Notre Dame|
|130.||BAL (from DEN)||Sean Davis, DB, Maryland|
|131.||GB*||Joe Haeg, OL, North Dakota State|
|132.||BAL*||Maliek Collins, DL, Nebraska|
|133.||SF*||Isaac Seumalo, G, Oregon State|
|134.||BAL*||Brandon Shell, OL, South Carolina|
|135.||DAL*||Dak Prescott, QB, Mississippi State|
|136.||DEN*||Jerrell Adams, TE, South Carolina|
|137.||GB*||Tajae Sharpe, WR, Massachusetts|
|138.||CLE*||Zack Sanchez, CB, Oklahoma|
|139.||BUF*||Justin Simmons, S, Boston College|
|140.||TEN||Kenyan Drake, RB, Alabama|
|141.||CLE||Bralon Addison, WR, Oregon|
|142.||SF (from SD)||Charles Tapper, DL, Oklahoma|
|143.||OAK (from DAL)||K.J. Dillon, S, West Virginia|
|144.||DEN (from BAL)||Jason Fanaika, DE, Utah|
|145.||SF||Kevin Peterson, CB, Oklahoma State|
|146.||JAX||James Bradberry, DB, Samford|
|147.||MIA||Jatavis Brown, LB, Akron|
|148.||TB||Tavon Young, CB, Temple|
|149.||NYG||Jonathan Williams, RB, Arkansas|
|150.||CHI||Keith Marshall, RB, Georgia|
|151.||DET||Blake Martinez, LB, Stanford|
|152.||NO||Eric Murray, CB, Minnesota|
|153.||PHI||DeAndre Houston-Carson, S, William & Mary|
|154.||OAK||Malcolm Mitchell, WR, Georgia|
|155.||IND||Jonathan Jones, CB, Auburn|
|156.||BUF||Daniel Lasco, RB, California|
|157.||NYJ||Fahn Cooper, OT, Mississippi|
|158.||WAS||Joe Schobert, LB, Wisconsin|
|159.||HOU||Eric Striker, OLB, Oklahoma|
|160.||MIN||Briean Boddy-Calhoun, CB, Minnesota|
|161.||CIN||Jayron Kearse, S, Clemson|
|162.||KC (from SEA)||Paul McRoberts, WR, SE Missouri State|
|163.||GB||Morgan Burns, CB/KR, Kansas State|
|164.||PHI (from PIT)||Romeo Okwara, DE, Notre Dame|
|165.||KC||James Cowser, OLB, Utah|
|166.||HOU (from NE)||Rees Odhiambo, OT, Boise State|
|167.||ARI||Scooby Wright III, LB, Arizona|
|168.||CAR||Geronimo Allison, WR, Illinois|
|169.||DET (from DEN)||Kevin Byard, S, Middle Tennessee State|
|170.||ARI*||Eric Mac Lain, G, Clemson|
|171.||SEA*||Temarrick Hemingway, TE, South Carolina State|
|172.||CLE*||Dadi Nicolas, OLB, Virginia Tech|
|173.||CLE*||Kelvin Taylor, RB, Florida|
|174.||SF*||Matt Ioaniddis, DL, Temple|
|175.||SD*||Jacoby Brissett, QB, North Carolina State|
|176.||CLE||Max Tuerk, C, USC|
|177.||TEN||Bryce Williams, TE, East Caolina|
|178.||SF (from DAL)||Aaron Green, RB, TCU|
|179.||SD||Avery Young, OT, Auburn|
|180.||MIN (from SF)||Tyvis Powell, S, Ohio State|
|181.||JAX||De'Vondre Campbell, LB, Minnesota|
|182.||BAL||Graham Glasgow, OL, Michigan|
|183.||TB||Matt Judon, DE, Grand Valley State|
|184.||NYG||Ken Crawley, CB, Colorado|
|185.||CHI||Dan Vitale, FB, Northwestern|
|186.||MIA||Charone Peake, WR, Clemson|
|187.||WAS (from NO)||Tyler Ervin, RB, San Jose State|
|188.||PHI||Kevon Seymour, CB, USC|
|189.||DAL (from OAK)||Luther Maddy, DT, Virginia Tech|
|190.||LA||Darion Griswold, TE, Arkansas State|
|191.||DET||Joe Dahl, OL, Washington State|
|192.||BUF||Leshaun Sims, CB, Southern Utah|
|193.||TEN (from ATL)||Cody Core, WR, Mississippi|
|194.||OAK (from IND)||Anthony Zettel, DE, Penn State|
|195.||HOU (from NYJ)||KeiVarae Russell, CB, Notre Dame|
|196.||NE (from HOU)||Josh Ferguson, RB, Illinois|
|197.||TB (from WAS)||Mike Thomas, WR, Southern Mississippi|
|198.||SD (from MIN)||Nile Lawrence-Stample, DT, Florida State|
|199.||CIN||De'Runnya Wilson, WR, Mississippi State|
|200.||GB||DeAndre Washington, RB, Texas Tech|
|201.||JAX (from PIT)||Demarcus Robinson, WR, Florida|
|202.||DET (from SEA)||Alex Lewis, OT, Nebraska|
|203.||KC||Jared Norris, LB, Utah|
|204.||NE (from CHI)||Trevone Boykin, QB, TCU|
|205.||ARI||Roger Lewis, WR, Bowling Green|
|206.||CHI (from CAR)||Vernon Adams, QB, Oregon|
|207.||SF (from DEN)||Thomas Duarte, WR/TE, UCLA|
|208.||NE*||Daryl Worley, CB, West Virginia|
|209.||BAL*||Aziz Shittu, DE, Stanford|
|210.||DET*||Jordan Lucas, S, Penn State|
|211.||SF*||Ted Karras, G, Illinois|
|212.||DAL*||Glenn Gronkowski, FB/TE, Kansas State|
|213.||SF*||Stephen Weatherly, OLB, Vanderbilt|
|214.||NE*||Victor Ochi, OLB, Stony Brook|
|215.||SEA*||Evan Boehm, C, Missouri|
|216.||DAL*||Cre'von LeBlanc, CB, Florida Atlantic|
|217.||DAL*||Curt Maggitt, OLB, Tennessee|
|218.||BUF*||Kevin Hogan, QB, Stanford|
|219.||DEN*||Trae Elston, S, Mississippi|
|220.||PIT*||Adam Gotsis, DL, Georgia Tech|
|221.||NE*||Joe Thuney, G, North Carolina State|
|222.||TEN||Kyle Friend, G, Temple|
|223.||CLE||Luke Rhodes, LB, William & Mary|
|224.||SD||Austin Blythe, C, Iowa|
|225.||SEA (from DAL)||Antwione Williams, LB, Georgia Southern|
|226.||JAX||Lawrence Thomas, DE, Michigan State|
|227.||MIA (from BAL)||Jordan Lomax, S, Iowa|
|228.||DEN (from SF)||Kavon Frazier, S, Central Michigan|
|229.||PIT (from NYG)||Juston Burris, CB, North Carolina State|
|230.||CHI||Antonio Morrison, LB, Florida|
|231.||MIA||D.J. Pettway, DE, Alabama|
|232.||WAS (from TB)||Caleb Benenoch, OT, UCLA|
|233.||PHI||Dean Lowry, DE, Northwestern|
|234.||OAK||Antwaun Woods, DT, USC|
|235.||DEN (from LA via HOU)||Nick Richter, OT, Richmond|
|236.||DET||Terrance Smith, LB, Florida State|
|237.||NO||Cayleb Jones, WR, Arizona|
|238.||ATL||Mike Matthews, C, Texas A&M|
|239.||IND||Tyrone Holmes, OLB, Montana|
|240.||MIN (from BUF)||Parker Ehinger, G, Cincinnati|
|241.||NYJ||Derrick Kindred, S, TCU|
|242.||WAS||Ben Braunecker, TE, Harvard|
|243.||NE (from HOU)||Jaydon Mickens, WR, Washington|
|244.||MIN||Pearce Slater, OT, San Diego State|
|245.||CIN||T.T. Barber, LB, Middle Tennessee State|
|246.||PIT||Wendell Smallwood, RB, West Virginia|
|247.||SEA||Jakeem Grant, WR, Texas Tech|
|248.||GB||Daniel Braverman, WR, Western Michigan|
|249.||KC||Jeff Driskel, QB, Louisiana Tech|
|250.||NE||Tom Hackett, P, Utah|
|251.||PHI (from ARI)||David Morgan II, TE, Texas-San Antonio|
|252.||CAR||Beau Sandland, TE, Montana State|
|253.||DEN||Rashawn Scott, WR, Miami (FL)|