NFL Mock Draft: Full Seven Rounds (Round Seven)

Hugh ShannonContributor IApril 13, 2010

NEW YORK - APRIL 25:  San Francisco 49ers #10 draft pick Michael Crabtree poses with his family at Radio City Music Hall for the 2009 NFL Draft on April 25, 2009 in New York City  (Photo by Jeff Zelevansky/Getty Images)
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Full 2010 NFL Mock Draft (4/13/2010)

This mock draft is compiled based upon draft rankings of the 2010 Draft site, as well as each team's needs (as of 4/5/10) that were identified at 6 or higher (needing starter or biggest position need).  Once identified team needs were addressed, depth selections were entered based on highest ranked player available, unless duplicating a position which was already drafted, or unless need for more than one player at that position was identified.


Draft Position (Overall pick) TEAM Player TEAM NEEDS (Bold means position picked)



Round Seven

1 (208) St. Louis LaGarrette Blount QB, CB, WR, TE, OLB, DE, RB, OT, DT, SS

2 (209) Buffalo (from Detroit) Kevin Haslam WR, DT, OLB, QB, OT, DE, SS

3 (210) Tampa Bay Terrell Skinner DT, DE,FS, CB, WR, SS

4 (211) Washington Andre Dixon OT, OG, FS, RB, WR

5 (212) Miami (from Kansas City) David Pender WR, OLB, FS,DT, TE, CB

6 (213) Detroit (from Seattle) Chris Scott OG, SS, RB, DT, OT, CB

7 (214) Detroit (from Cleveland) Jamar Wall OG, SS, RB, DT, OT, CB

8 (215) Oakland Roddrick Muckelroy

9 (216) Buffalo Barry Church WR, DT, OLB, QB, OT, DE, SS

10 (217) Tampa Bay (from Jacksonville) Nick Polk DT,DE, FS, CB, WR, SS

11 (218) Chicago Kendrick Lewis OL, FS, WR, CB

12 (219) Miami Robert Vaughn WR, OLB, FS,DT, TE, CB

13 (220) Denver David Gettis C, ILB, WR, OG, TE

14 (221) New York Giants David Reed DE, CB, WR, ILB, K, TE, DT

15 (222) Tennessee Earl Mitchell DE, CB, WR, ILB, OG, OLB, C, DT

16 (223) Carolina Nate Byham

17 (224) San Francisco Zac Robinson

18 (225) Pittsburgh Derek Hardman

19 (226) St. Louis (from Atlanta) Nate Collins QB, CB, WR, TE, OLB, DE, RB, OT, DT, SS

20 (227) Houston Jevan Snead

21 (228) Cincinnati John Estes

22 (229) New England Darryl Sharpton

23 (230) Green Bay Joe Hawley P, OLB, OT, CB, RB, C

24 (231) New England (from Philadelphia ) Seyi Ajirotutu

25 (232) Tampa Bay (from Baltimore) Adrian Tracy

26 (233) Arizona Andre Anderson

27 (234) Dallas James Ruffin

28 (235) San Diego John Conner

29 (236) New York Jets Fendi Onobun

30 (237) Minnesota Patrick Stoudamire

31 (238) Indianapolis Freddie Barnes

32 (239) New Orleans Thomas Welch

33 (240) Indianapolis (compensatory selection) Chris Marinelli

34 (241) Tennessee (compensatory selection) Shelley Smith DE, CB, WR, ILB, OG, OLB, C, DT

35 (242) Pittsburgh (compensatory selection) Dexter Davis

36 (243) Philadelphia (compensatory selection) Colin Peek

37 (244) Philadelphia (compensatory selection) Danario Alexander

38 (245) Seattle (compensatory selection) Sam Shields OT, CB, FS, DE, RB, WR, OG, DT, SS

39 (246) Indianapolis (compensatory selection) Brandon Deaderick

40 (247) New England (compensatory selection) Mike Kafka

41 (248) New England (compensatory selection) Deji Karim

42 (249) Carolina (compensatory selection) Micah Johnson

43 (250) New England (compensatory selection) Vince Oghobaase

44 (251) Oakland (compensatory selection) Chris Carter

45 (252) Miami (compensatory selection) Chris DeGeare

46 (253) Tampa Bay (compensatory selection) Jameson Konz

47 (254) St. Louis(compensatory selection)Mickey Shuler QB, CB, WR, TE, OLB, DE, RB, OT, DT, SS

48 (255) Detroit (compensatory selection) Larry Hart

Mr. Irrelevant 2010: OLB Larry Hart from Central Arkansas.

After playing defensive end for Central Arkansas, at 6'0" 246 lbs., Hart ran a 4.58—40, and projects to be an outside linebacker. He made the Southland Conference first-team in 2009. He had 11 sacks and forced 4 fumbles during his senior season.


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