The Buccaneers are most likely going to take a QB at No. 1 overall. They cut QB Josh McCown and QB Mike Glennon is a solid back-up. Winston, despite his character issues off the field is highly talented and played in an offense similar to what NFL teams run. He's a proven winner and should help turn around things for Tampa Bay as long as he stays out of trouble.
2. Tennessee Titans - Marcus Mariota QB, Oregon
The Titans do have QB Zach Mettenberger but he was just a 6th Round selection last year. Tennessee needs a franchise QB that isn't prone to turnovers and a QB that makes everyone around them better. Mariota is exactly that kind of QB but will need some time to get comfortable in an NFL offense and become a leader. If the Titans think Mettenberger is a franchise QB then they could take Mariota and trade him or trade down.
3. Jacksonville Jaguars - Dante Fowler DE, Florida
In last years NFL Draft, Jacksonville passed on Khalil Mack to take their potential franchise QB Blake Bortles. Fowler is an athletic edge rusher that can take over games and would help the Jaguars get a better pass rush on opposing teams. Current starting DE Chris Clemons will also turn 34 years old during the season.
4. Oakland Raiders - Leonard Williams DT, USC
Williams is versatile and can play in the 3-technique for the Raiders and line up as a DE in certain situations. Williams was a disruptive force at USC making big plays in opponents' backfields on the regular. He also wants to play for the Raiders and head coach Jack Del Rio likely wants to have a top notch defense before taking a wide out in a draft that's loaded with wide receivers. Williams is also possibly the best prospect available in the entire 2015 NFL Draft.
5. Washington Redskins - Vic Beasley OLB, Clemson
OLB Brian Orakpo signed with the Tennessee Titans this off-season so Beasley would replace him and start opposite of OLB Ryan Kerrigan. Beasley set the Clemson school record for career sacks and was named the ACC Defensive Player of the Year in 2014. His draft stock is very high after an excellent performance at the NFL Scouting Combine.
6. New York Jets - Amari Cooper WR, Alabama
With both QB's Jameis Winston and Marcus Mariota gone; the Jets will have to "settle" for Cooper who dominated the SEC last season with 124 receptions for 1,727 yards and 16 touchdowns. The Jets have already traded for WR Brandon Marshall this off-season but he's 31 years old and wasn't healthy in 2014. WR Eric Decker was a disappointment in his 1st season with New York and was also injured last year. Cooper would be a great building block for the future as long as the Jets can find a QB.
7. Chicago Bears - Danny Shelton NT, Washington
The Bears are switching to a 3-4 defense under new defensive coordinator Vic Fangio. With that, they need a big human being to plug up the middle and stop the run. Shelton fits the criteria as a massive football player who moves really well for his size. Chicago's defense has been an embarrassment to their fans the last two seasons and Shelton is a start to getting the defense right.
8. Atlanta Falcons - Alvin Dupree OLB, Kentucky
The Falcons have to draft a pass-rusher early that can come off the edge and get to the quarterback. DE Kroy Biermann led Atlanta in sacks last season with just 4.5 of them. Dupree had an excellent NFL Scouting Combine which should solidify him as a Top-15 selection in the 2015 NFL Draft. However, at this point he is more of an athlete than football player similar to what Vikings OLB Anthony Barr was before the draft last year.
9. New York Giants - Brandon Scherff OT, Iowa
The Giants offensive line and QB Eli Manning needs a player like Scherff who can actually play offensive tackle unlike OT Justin Pugh who needs to be kicked inside at guard. The Giants run game wasn't good last season as they averaged just 3.6 yards per carry.
10. St. Louis Rams - Kevin White WR, West Virginia
The Rams have tried to upgrade the receiving corps over the years. They just haven't been very good at doing it and newly acquired QB Nick Foles needs some elite weapons. It's probably not likely that White falls to them but they need to get someone who can step in and be the guy. They re-signed WR Kenny Britt which is good but WR Tavon Austin hasn't developed into the big time playmaker he was supposed to be.
11. Minnesota Vikings - Trae Waynes CB, Michigan State
Minnesota had a good defense in 2014 but they still have some holes to fill before they can become an excellent defense. One of those holes is at cornerback. Waynes is a lengthy, fast CB that can shut down receivers as he plays the ball in the air well. Waynes is also pretty physical and will support the run. The Vikings have to get better in the secondary so they won't continually get burned by the Packers, Lions and Bears' offensive weapons.
12. Cleveland Browns - DeVante Parker WR, Louisville
WR Josh Gordon is suspended again for the year and the rest of the receivers for Cleveland are No. 2 or 3 options at best. Parker has great body control and would be an excellent weapon for whoever is at quarterback for the Browns next season. With Parker, the Browns should run the ball better with what could be lighter boxes.
13. New Orleans Saints - La'el Collins OT, LSU
The Saints traded away OG Ben Grubbs to the Kansas City Chiefs this off-season. So there is a need on the offensive line which Collins is more than capable of filling. Collins could be an absolute beast of a left guard in the NFL with the ability to play both tackle spots if needed. He'd give QB Drew Brees more time in the pocket and bust open holes for RB's C.J. Spiller and Mark Ingram.
14. Miami Dolphins - Todd Gurley RB, Georgia
For whatever reason, the Dolphins only like RB Lamar Miller as a change of pace back in their offense despite averaging 5.1 yards per carry last season. Gurley is a player coming off of a torn ACL but could absolutely dominate the NFL once healthy. Gurley possesses breakaway speed and can be the 'bellcow' RB that Miami hoped RB Knowshon Moreno would've been until he tore his ACL.
15. San Francisco 49ers - Shane Ray OLB, Missouri
Ray has an explosive first step off of the ball and could be used opposite of OLB Aldon Smith. The SEC Defensive Player of the Year had a monster 2014 season for Missouri recording 13 sacks and 22.5 tackles for loss. San Francisco could make this pick because they can't possibly trust Smith off the field and OLB Ahmad Brooks wasn't happy about his playing time last year.
16. Houston Texans - Arik Armstead DE, Oregon
Houston really needs a QB but there aren't any worth a selection here. So they could just pair All-Pro DE J.J. Watt with Armstead who has a lot of potential. Defensive coordinator Romeo Crennel should be able to be very creative with his front-7 especially if OLB Jadeveon Clowney comes back healthy next season.
17. San Diego Chargers - Ereck Flowers OT, Miami
San Diego's offensive line was in shambles by the end of the 2014 season. The Chargers re-signed OT King Dunlap. However, there are rumors that San Diego wants to move OT D.J. Fluker to guard which would open up a spot at right tackle. Flowers has the ability to play left or right tackle. QB Philip Rivers needs time in the pocket and a better run game. Flowers should help both.
18. Kansas City Chiefs - Andrus Peat OT, Stanford
OT Eric Fisher has been a disappointment for the Chiefs being a former No. 1 overall pick. While Fisher will still start next year; the Chiefs still need another offensive tackle as they lack depth and OT Ryan Harris is still a free agent. Peat would help immensely in the Chiefs important running game and protect QB Alex Smith while he tries to not throw it to his wide receivers.
19. Cleveland Browns - Malcom Brown DT, Texas
Last season, the Browns were the worst team in trying to stop the run. They need a nose tackle. NT Ahtyba Rubin is now a member of the Seattle Seahawks but he was part of the problem in 2014. They could put NT/DE Phil Taylor there but he hasn't been effective lately either. Brown is a powerful DT that should help get Cleveland on its way to becoming one of the best run stopping defenses in the NFL.
20. Philadelphia Eagles - D.J. Humphries OT, Florida
Humphries could come in and be the future franchise left tackle for the Eagles. For now, Philadelphia has a need at right guard after releasing OG Todd Herremans in the off-season. Humphries is certainly athletic enough to play about anywhere on the offensive line. Philly has two fantastic running backs and Humphries will open up holes for them and also give QB Sam Bradford more time in the pocket to throw to WR Jordan Matthews.
21. Cincinnati Bengals - Randy Gregory OLB, Nebraska
Gregory may fall out of the Top-10 because he failed his drug test at the NFL Combine and failed previous tests at Nebraska. The Bengals would run to the podium if Gregory fell to them as they don't mind taking chances on players with character concerns. Also, Cincinnati was dead last in sacks with 20 of them during the 2014 season. To put that in perpective; Kansas City's Justin Houston and Houston's J.J. Watt compiled more by themselves.
22. Pittsburgh Steelers - Landon Collins SS, Alabama
All-time Steelers great SS Troy Polamalu recently retired so Pittsburgh will have to find a replacement. Pittsburgh's defense is going through a rebuilding phase getting younger and faster. They also won't have defensive coordinator Dick LeBeau on their sidelines for the 1st time in years. The Steelers need new leaders on defense and Collins can become one. Collins is a heavy hitter with good range in coverage and would pair up with S Mike Mitchell well.
23. Detroit Lions - Cameron Erving OC, Florida State
Erving is an offensive lineman that can play at all five spots on the offensive line. Detroit struggled to run the ball during the 2014 season and it mostly had to do with the ineptness of the interior offensive line. Once Erving moved to center for Florida State last season; their running game became instantly better along with their pass protection.
24. Arizona Cardinals - Marcus Peters CB, Washington
CB Antonio Cromartie bolted for the New York Jets in free agency and their isn't much depth behind CB Patrick Peterson. The Cardinals rely on their secondary a lot as they blitz often and there won't be much change under new defensive coordinator James Bettcher as he was an in-house hire. Peters is a great talent that will slow down the WR's of the NFC West but does have his off the field concerns.
25. Carolina Panthers - Breshad Perriman WR, UCF
After WR Kelvin Benjamin, the Panthers don't have a quality receiver. Perriman has the potential to be a No. 1 WR but wouldn't have the pressure to become one in Carolina. He ran a blazing fast 4.24 40-yard dash at his Pro Day and has pretty good hands along with NFL bloodlines. Benjamin and Perriman would be a spectacular WR duo for QB Cam Newton.
26. Baltimore Ravens - Kevin Johnson CB, Wake Forest
The Ravens secondary was lost once CB Jimmy Smith got injured last season. It was the main reason why they lost some of their games. More specifically against Big Ben and the Steelers allowing 6 TD passes; allowing the Chargers to come back and win and in the playoffs where Patriots QB Tom Brady shredded them. Johnson has great cover skills and although not very big; he will throw his body around to support the run.
27. Dallas Cowboys - Melvin Gordon RB, Wisconsin
Dallas smartly didn't overpay for RB DeMarco Murray's services as he still is injury prone and fumbles a lot. Plus with the offensive line that the Cowboys have; they should be able to produce a 1,000-yard rusher easily. Gordon is an outstanding RB who can carry a team on his back. The comparisons to Kansas City RB Jamaal Charles don't hurt either.
28. Denver Broncos - T.J. Clemmings OT, Pittsburgh
Denver and QB Peyton Manning could definitely use a lineman like Clemmings. OT Chris Clark didn't play well last season and the Broncos lost OG Orlando Franklin to the San Diego Chargers in the off-season. There is a serious lack of depth across the entire offensive line also. Clemmings didn't have a good Senior Bowl week but he has great ability and potential.
29. Indianapolis Colts - Byron Jones CB, Connecticut
Indianapolis lacks quality depth at cornerback behind CB Vontae Davis. Jones was a top performer at the Scouting Combine with a 44.5'' vertical and 12'3'' broad jump. He ran a 4.36 40-yard dash at his Pro Day. Jones has good coverage skills and the obvious athletic upside to be one of the best CB's in the NFL. At worst he'll be the No. 3 CB in 2015 for the Colts but I think he can have an immediate impact.
30. Green Bay Packers - Eric Kendricks ILB, UCLA
The Packers moved OLB Clay Matthews inside towards the end of last season because their former ILB's were inept. Matthews did very well there but he's more valuable on the outside rushing the passer. Kendricks will be a much needed upgrade at inside linebacker for Green Bay as the Butkus Award winner is an athletic freak who can chase down ball carriers from sideline-to-sideline.
31. New Orleans Saints - Jaelen Strong WR, Arizona State
The Saints should look into finding an eventual replacement for WR Marques Colston in this year's draft. Colston has been an excellent target for QB Drew Brees over the years but looked about done last season. Strong has the potential to take over as the No. 1 target for Brees especially now that TE Jimmy Graham is gone. He has great hands and showed off his speed and jumping ability at the Scouting Combine with a 4.44 40-yard dash and 42'' vertical.
32. New England Patriots - Jake Fisher OT, Oregon
New England's interior offensive line struggled for much of the 2014 NFL season. OT Nate Solder also struggled some in protecting QB Tom Brady's blindside. Head coach Bill Belichick loves versatile players and Fisher is one of the most versatile offensive lineman in the 2015 NFL Draft. Fisher should be able to go in and start at guard for New England from Day 1 and be a solid player for years to come.
2nd Round33. Tennessee Titans - Dorial Green-Beckham WR, Oklahoma
DGB is a major character risk but the Titans need a true No.1 WR.
34. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Eric Rowe CB/S, Utah
S Chris Conte is a projected starter for the Bucs right now. That can't happen.
35. Oakland Raiders - Owamagbe Odighizuwa DE, UCLA
Last year, Oakland registered the 2nd fewest sacks in the NFL with 22.
36. Jacksonville Jaguars - Shaq Thompson OLB, Washington
Thompson is a playmaker and would give Jacksonville a stud at linebacker.
37. New York Jets - Eli Harold OLB, Virginia
Some new blood is needed at OLB for New York as Calvin Pace and Jason Babin are both 34.
38. Washington Redskins - Cedric Ogbuehi OT, Texas A&M
Ogbuehi is an immediate upgrade at right tackle and will help keep RGIII upright.
39. Chicago Bears - Nelson Agholor WR, USC
The Bears traded WR Brandon Marshall to the Jets. Agholor would complement WR Alshon Jeffery well.
40. New York Giants - Eddie Goldman DT, Florida State
Goldman and DT Johnathan Hankins should stuff opposing running games.
41. St. Louis Rams - A.J. Cann OG, South Carolina
The Rams need to load up on lineman to keep QB Nick Foles from getting hit.
42. Atlanta Falcons - Jalen Collins CB, LSU
Atlanta's defense gave up the most passing yards in 2014.
43. Cleveland Browns - Preston Smith DE, Mississippi State
Smith is a solid run defender with the size to be a 3-4 DE.
44. New Orleans Saints - Maxx Williams TE, Minnesota
Williams has nice skill set; he should replace TE Jimmy Graham for the most part.
45. Minnesota Vikings - Benardrick McKinney ILB, Mississippi State
McKinney is a freak who can chase down ball carriers from sideline-to-sideline.
46. San Francisco 49ers - Stephone Anthony ILB, Clemson
Both ILB's Patrick Willis and Chris Borland retired. Anthony is highly athletic.
47. Miami Dolphins - Laken Tomlinson OG, Duke
The Dolphins need a guard so they can move Mike Pouncey back to center.
48. San Diego Chargers - Tevin Coleman RB, Indiana
The Chargers could use a home run hitter at running back.
49. Kansas City Chiefs - Hroniss Grasu OC, Oregon
Kansas City needs to find someone to try and replace OC Rodney Hudson.
50. Buffalo Bills - Ali Marpet OG, Hobart
Marpet will help the Bills in the run game that will feature RB LeSean McCoy.
51. Houston Texans - Devin Funchess WR/TE, Michigan
Funchess would be a great No. 2 wide out next to WR DeAndre Hopkins.
52. Philadelphia Eagles - Phillip Dorsett WR, Miami
Philly didn't bring back WR Jeremy Maclin. Dorsett is a burner for Chip Kelly.
53. Cincinnati Bengals - Jordan Phillips DT, Oklahoma
Phillips would be a steal here and an upgrade over DT Domata Peko.
54. Detroit Lions - Ronald Darby CB, Florida State
Darby fits the profile of what the Lions look for in CB's and Rashean Mathis is old.
55. Arizona Cardinals - Jay Ajayi RB, Boise State
Ajayi can handle a big workload and would pair up nicely with RB Andre Ellington.
56. Pittsburgh Steelers - Danielle Hunter OLB/DE, LSU
OLB Jason Worilds retired and OLB Jarvis Jones hasn't panned out yet.
57. Carolina Panthers - Donovan Smith OT, Penn State
Carolina had issues all of last season at offensive tackle.
58. Baltimore Ravens - Sammie Coates WR, Auburn
Coates could be a fantastic new deep threat for Flacco.
59. Denver Broncos - Mario Edwards DE, Florida State
Edwards is a fantastic talent that could start for the Broncos in their 3-4 defense.
60. Dallas Cowboys - Carl Davis DT, Iowa
Davis is an immediate upgrade for the Cowboys front-4.
61. Indianapolis Colts - Ameer Abdullah RB, Nebraska
The Colts don't have a running back like Abdullah on their roster.
62. Green Bay Packers - Quinten Rollins CB, Miami (OH)
Lost both CB's Tramon Williams and Davon House in free agency.
63. Seattle Seahawks - Xavier Cooper DT, Washington State
Cooper fits the scheme and will provide an interior pass rush.
64. New England Patriots - Devin Smith WR, Ohio State
Smith could be an excellent deep threat for QB Tom Brady.
3rd Round65. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Tre Jackson OG, Florida State
Jackson will help improve Tampa's run game and pass protection.
66. Tennessee Titans - Ty Sambrailo OT, Colorado State
Need a right tackle after releasing OT Michael Oher and OT Michael Roos retiring.
67. Jacksonville Jaguars - Reese Dismukes OC, Auburn
The center position for the Jaguars was a disaster last season.
68. Oakland Raiders - Chris Conley WR, Georgia
The Raiders signed WR Michael Crabtree so they may wait to take a WR.
69. Washington Redskins - Alex Carter CB, Stanford
Carter is a tall, athletic and highly physical corner that Washington could use.
70. New York Jets - Brett Hundley QB, UCLA
Maybe Hundley will be the answer at QB for the Jets.
71. Chicago Bears - Garrett Grayson QB, Colorado State
Chicago's front office doesn't want QB Jay Cutler to be there much longer.
72. St. Louis Rams - Daryl Williams OT, Oklahoma
St. Louis cut OT Jake Long and Williams could start at right tackle from Day 1.
73. Atlanta Falcons - Cody Prewitt S, Ole Miss
Lost S Dwight Lowery in free agency so they need a new starter.
74. New York Giants - Damarious Randall FS, Arizona State
S Antrel Rolle signed with Chicago in the off-season and S Stevie Brown is a free agent.
75. New Orleans Saints - Denzel Perryman ILB, Miami
Perryman is a stud who would upgrade the middle of the Saints defense.
76. Minnesota Vikings - David Johnson RB, Northern Iowa
RB Adrian Peterson may not be back so Johnson can complement RB Jerick McKinnon.
77. Cleveland Browns - Bryce Petty QB, Baylor
QB's Josh McCown and Johnny Manziel are Cleveland's options right now.
78. New Orleans Saints - Nate Orchard OLB, Utah
Rob Ryan's defense needs guys that can pressure the QB. Orchard had 18.5 sacks in 2014.
79. San Francisco 49ers - Ifo Ekpre-Olomu CB, Oregon
CB's Chris Culliver and Perrish Cox left in free agency.
80. Kansas City Chiefs - P.J. Williams CB, Florida State
Recent DUI arrest but will be great depth for the Chiefs secondary.
81. Buffalo Bills - Paul Dawson ILB, TCU
The Bills traded away ILB Kiko Alonso so Dawson would fill that void.
82. Houston Texans - Duke Johnson RB, Miami
RB Arian Foster can't stay healthy for a full season.
83. San Diego Chargers - Hauoli Kikaha OLB, Washington
Kikaha will boost the Chargers pass rush.
84. Philadelphia Eagles - Ibraheim Campbell S, Northwestern
The Eagles allowed the 2nd most passing yards in the NFL last season.
85. Cincinnati Bengals - Clive Walford TE, Miami
Walford has receiving ability and can block. Replaces TE Jermaine Gresham.
86. Arizona Cardinals - Arie Kouandjio OG, Alabama
Arizona's interior offensive line was awful last season.
87. Pittsburgh Steelers - D'Joun Smith CB, Florida Atlantic
Pittsburgh's CB's were torched last season.
88. Detroit Lions - Michael Bennett DT, Ohio State
The Lions traded for DT Haloti Ngata but the position group is still weak.
89. Carolina Panthers - Jordan Hicks OLB, Texas
Hicks is an underrated player that could excel next to LB's Luke Kuechly and Thomas Davis.
90. Baltimore Ravens - Marcus Hardison DT, Arizona State
Hardison could be a potential replacement for Haloti Ngata somewhat.
91. Dallas Cowboys - Josh Shaw CB, USC
CB Orlando Scandrick needs help. Shaw could play corner or safety.
92. Denver Broncos - Mitch Morse OG, Missouri
Denver has no depth on the offensive line and needs help everywhere.
93. Indianapolis Colts - Max Garcia OC, Florida
Garcia had a great Pro Day and will help protect QB Andrew Luck.
94. Green Bay Packers - Davis Tull OLB, Chattanooga
Tull would provide depth at OLB especially if OLB Clay Matthews is stuck at inside linebacker.
95. Seattle Seahawks - Tre McBride WR, William & Mary
McBride is an impressive receiver who will go up and make tough catches.
96. New England Patriots - T.J. Yeldon RB, Alabama
Lost both RB's Shane Vereen and Stevan Ridley in free agency.
97. New England Patriots - Justin Cox CB, Mississippi State
New England lost both CB's Darrelle Revis and Brandon Browner this off-season.
98. Kansas City Chiefs - Rashad Greene WR, Florida State
Greene runs great routes and produced at FSU. Nice option next to WR Jeremy Maclin.
99. Cincinnati Bengals - Tyler Lockett WR, Kansas State
Additional help at WR could be used and Lockett is an exceptional return man also.
4th Round100. Tennessee Titans - Derron Smith FS, Fresno State
101. New England Patriots - Rakeem Nunez-Roches DT, Southern Miss
102. Oakland Raiders - Jaquiski Tartt SS, Samford
103. Jacksonville Jaguars - John Miller OG, Louisville
104. New York Jets - Jake Ryan ILB, Michigan
105. Washington Redskins - Clayton Geathers SS, UCF
106. Chicago Bears - Steven Nelson CB, Oregon State
107. Atlanta Falcons - Jamil Douglas OG, Arizona State
108. New York Giants - Kwon Alexander OLB, LSU
109. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Ben Heeney ILB, Kansas
110. Minnesota Vikings - Kurtis Drummond S, Michigan State
111. Cleveland Browns - Tyrus Thompson OT, Oklahoma
112. Seattle Seahawks - Shaq Mason OC, Georgia Tech
113. Philadelphia Eagles - Lorenzo Mauldin OLB, Louisville
114. Miami Dolphins - Kenny Bell WR, Nebraska
115. Cleveland Browns - Jeff Heuerman TE, Ohio State
116. Houston Texans - Jesse James TE, Penn State
117. San Diego Chargers - Doran Grant CB, Ohio State
118. Kansas City Chiefs - Mike Hull ILB, Penn State
119. St. Louis Rams - Grady Jarrett DT, Clemson
120. Cincinnati Bengals - Za'Darius Smith DE, Kentucky
121. Pittsburgh Steelers - Corey Robinson OT, South Carolina
122. Baltimore Ravens - Javorius Allen RB, USC
123. Arizona Cardinals - Trey Flowers DE/OLB, Arkansas
124. Carolina Panthers - Adrian Amos S, Penn State
125. Baltimore Ravens - Justin Hardy WR, East Carolina
126. San Francisco 49ers - Darren Waller WR, Georgia Tech
127. Dallas Cowboys - James Sample S, Louisville
128. Indianapolis Colts - Gabe Wright DT, Auburn
129. Green Bay Packers - Jeremy Langford RB, Michigan State
130. Seattle Seahawks - Justin Coleman CB, Tennessee
131. New England Patriots - Josue Matias OG, Florida State
132. San Francisco 49ers - Henry Anderson DE, Stanford
133. Denver Broncos - Leterrius Walton DT, Central Michigan
134. Seattle Seahawks - Mark Glowinski OG, West Virginia
135. Cincinnati Bengals - B.J. Finney OC, Kansas State
136. Baltimore Ravens - Lynden Trail DE/OLB, Norfolk State
5th Round137. Minnesota Vikings - Jeremiah Poutasi OG, Utah
138. Tennessee Titans - David Cobb RB, Minnesota
139. Jacksonville Jaguars - Jacoby Glenn CB, UCF
140. Oakland Raiders - Craig Mager CB, Texas State
141. Washington Redskins - Dezmin Lewis WR, Central Arkansas
142. Chicago Bears - Durrell Eskridge FS, Syracuse
143. Denver Broncos - Frank Clark OLB, Michigan
144. New York Giants - Dres Anderson WR, Utah
145. Philadelphia Eagles - Corey Crawford DE, Clemson
146. Atlanta Falcons - Tony Lippett WR, Michigan State
147. Cleveland Browns - Alani Fua OLB, BYU
148. New Orleans Saints - Senquez Golson CB, Ole Miss
149. Miami Dolphins - Christian Covington DT, Rice
150. Miami Dolphins - Nick Marshall CB, Auburn
151. San Francisco 49ers - Sean Mannion QB, Oregon State
152. Houston Texans - Miles Dieffenbach OG, Penn State
153. San Diego Chargers - Ellis McCarthy NT, UCLA
154. New Orleans Saints - Derrick Lott DT, Chattanooga
155. Buffalo Bills - Rob Havenstein OT, Wisconsin
156. Philadelphia Eagles - Charles Gaines CB, Louisville
157. Cincinnati Bengals - Anthony Harris S, Virginia
158. Baltimore Ravens - Tyler Kroft TE, Rutgers
159. Arizona Cardinals - Tyeler Davison DT, Fresno State
160. Pittsburgh Steelers - Blake Bell TE, Oklahoma
161. Carolina Panthers - Anthony Chickillo DE, Miami
162. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Shaquille Riddick DE, West Virginia
163. Dallas Cowboys - Jarvis Harrison OG, Texas A&M
164. Denver Broncos - Ty Montgomery WR, Stanford
165. Indianapolis Colts - Gerod Holliman S, Louisville
166. Green Bay Packers - Ramik Wilson ILB, Georgia
167. Seattle Seahawks - Markus Golden DE, Missouri
168. Detroit Lions - Stefon Diggs WR, Maryland
169. Carolina Panthers - Mike Davis RB, South Carolina
170. Seattle Seahawks - Brandon Bridge QB, South Alabama
171. Baltimore Ravens - Jordan Richards SS, Stanford
172. Kansas City Chiefs - Ben Koyack TE Notre Dame
173. Kansas City Chiefs - Zack Hodges OLB, Harvard
174. Carolina Panthers - Austin Shepherd OT, Alabama
175. Houston Texans - Max Valles OLB, Virginia
176. Baltimore Ravens - Andy Gallik OC, Boston College
6th Round177. Tennessee Titans - Cedric Reed DE, Texas
178. New England Patriots - Xzavier Dickson OLB, Alabama
179. Oakland Raiders - Trenton Brown OT, Florida
180. Jacksonville Jaguars - Jalston Fowler FB, Alabama
181. Seattle Seahawks - Erick Dargan SS, Oregon
182. Washington Redskins - Bryce Hager ILB, Baylor
183. Chicago Bears - Kaleb Eulls DE, Mississippi State
184. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Laurence Gibson OT, Virginia Tech
185. Atlanta Falcons - Sean Hickey OT, Syracuse
186. New York Giants - Bobby McCain CB, Memphis
187. New Orleans Saints - Jermaine Whitehead S, Auburn
188. Buffalo Bills - Geneo Grissom OLB, Oklahoma
189. Cleveland Browns - Justin Manton K, Louisiana-Monroe
190. San Francisco 49ers - Robert Myers OG, Tennessee State
191. Miami Dolphins - Martrell Spaight OLB, Arkansas
192. San Diego Chargers - Deontay Greenberry WR, Houston
193. Kansas City Chiefs - Rannell Hall WR, UCF
194. Buffalo Bills - Anthony Jefferson S, UCLA
195. Houston Texans - Kevin White CB, TCU
196. Philadelphia Eagles - Andrew Donnal OT, Iowa
197. Cincinnati Bengals - Lorenzo Doss CB, Tulane
198. Arizona Cardinals - Kyle Loomis P, Portland State
199. Pittsburgh Steelers - Cameron Artis-Payne RB, Auburn
200. Detroit Lions - Cody Wichmann OG, Fresno State
201. Carolina Panthers - Rob Crisp OT, North Carolina State
202. Cleveland Browns - MyCole Pruitt TE, Southern Illinois
203. Denver Broncos - Jeff Luc ILB, Cincinnati
204. Baltimore Ravens - JaCorey Shepherd CB, Kansas
205. Indianapolis Colts - Nick O'Leary TE, Florida State
206. Green Bay Packers - Damian Swann CB, Georgia
207. Indianapolis Colts - Jamon Brown OT, Louisville
208. Tennessee Titans - Quinton Spain OG, West Virginia
209. Seattle Seahawks - Edmond Robinson OLB, Newberry
210. Green Bay Packers - DeAndre Smelter WR, Georgia Tech
211. Houston Texans - Taiwan Jones ILB, Michigan State
212. Pittsburgh Steelers - Randall Evans CB, Kansas State
213. Green Bay Packers - Shane Carden QB, East Carolina
214. Seattle Seahawks - Obum Gwacham DE, Oregon State
215. St. Louis Rams - Aundrey Walker OG, USC
216. Houston Texans - Kyshoen Jarrett S, Virginia Tech
217. Kansas City Chiefs - Xavier Williams DT, Northern Iowa