Thursday, April 17, 2014

2014 NFL Mock Draft: Rounds 1-5

Oregon State WR Brandin Cooks (Tony Avelar/Associated Press)
1st Round
1. Houston Texans - Jadeveon Clowney DE, South Carolina
The Texans should take Clowney with their No. 1 overall pick on May 8th. Clowney is a rare talent that actually played very well this past season despite what the numbers said. He tested well at the Scouting Combine and moved very good at his Pro Day showing he could drop in coverage. All-Pro DE J.J. Watt and him would form an almost unblockable defensive front.

2. St. Louis Rams - Khalil Mack DE/OLB, Buffalo
Rumor is that the Rams really like Mack and he would fill a need at outside linebacker. Mack is too good to pass up despite an obvious need at OT. The NFC West is in an arms race for the best defenses and Mack should be able to excel at getting to the QB with defensive ends Chris Long and Robert Quinn occupying blocks.

3. Jacksonville Jaguars - Blake Bortles QB, Central Florida
Bortles stays in Central Florida giving Jacksonville a franchise QB they haven't had since former QB David Garrard if he even counted as one. Bortles had an excellent Scouting Combine and Pro Day throwing the ball around. Bortles fits the mold of a prototypical NFL QB and is being compared to Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger but with more athletic ability.

4. Cleveland Browns - Greg Robinson OT, Auburn
Adding Robinson to the Browns offensive line should make them a dominant unit. He can start at right tackle and be groomed as OT Joe Thomas' eventual replacement. OT Mitchell Schwartz would be kicked inside at guard. Robinson is already a dominant run blocker and has all the physical capabilities of being a top notch franchise left tackle for 10+ years.

5. Oakland Raiders - Sammy Watkins WR, Clemson
General Manager Reggie McKenzie and Head Coach Dennis Allen need to win now or they'll be canned during or after the 2014 NFL season. They traded for QB Matt Schaub hoping they can win games with him. Watkins gives Schaub a legit No. 1 WR to pair with James Jones, Denarius Moore and Rod Streater.

6. Atlanta Falcons - Jake Matthews OT, Texas A&M
Matthews is practically a sure bet to be a great offensive lineman in the NFL. He was stellar blocking for his QB Johnny Manziel in college the last two years at right and left tackle. Matthews also has those NFL bloodlines as his father, Bruce Matthews, was a Hall of Fame offensive lineman in the NFL and one of his cousins happens to be current Packers OLB Clay Matthews.

7. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Mike Evans WR, Texas A&M
Tampa Bay traded WR Mike Williams to the Buffalo Bills and are now left with an aging Vincent Jackson and really no one else on the outside to provide weapons for QB Josh McCown who isn't a quality starter in the NFL. He had multiple weapons in Chicago that the Bucs just don't have right now. Evans would really help McCown and make him look good.

8. Minnesota Vikings - Teddy Bridgewater QB, Louisville
The Vikings QB situation was an embarrassment in 2013. Christian Ponder is not a starting quarterback in the NFL. They re-signed Matt Cassel but he is just a stop-gap. Bridgewater has a lot of tools to be a great NFL QB. He's also probably the most pro-ready QB in the draft. But question marks about his lean frame may make him fall a bit in the NFL Draft along with an average Pro Day.

9. Buffalo Bills - Taylor Lewan OT, Michigan
Buffalo's offensive line allowed 48 sacks in 2013 which is far too many for QB E.J. Manuel to withstand as he gets injured easily. Lewan can serve as the left or right tackle moving someone inside at left guard. Michigan's offensive line was terrible in 2013 but it definitely wasn't Lewan's fault. Lewan has character concerns but is a Top 10 talent.

10. Detroit Lions - Anthony Barr OLB, UCLA
The Lions seem to be ok with players they have at CB and they have young guys that need time to develop. Barr would provide Detroit some more pass rush and could be used in multiple ways in defensive coordinator Teryl Austin's scheme. Barr is a great athlete and very long. Barr has high upside and could be an All-Pro if he improves against the run.

11. Tennessee Titans - Derek Carr QB, Fresno State
Head Coach Ken Whisenhunt has no allegiance to QB Jake Locker who can't stay healthy for a full season and he may want to bring in his own guy. That guy could be Carr who put up incredible numbers against bad defenses in college. Carr had a great Senior Bowl week and has the potential to be a very good starting QB in the NFL.

12. New York Giants - Aaron Donald DT, Pittsburgh
The Giants lost DT Linval Joseph in free agency so Donald would be his replacement. Donald ran a 4.68 in the forty at 285 pounds. He has rocketed up the draft boards ever since his stellar week at the Senior Bowl where he dominated everyone. Donald also has those comparing him to Cincinnati Bengals DT Geno Atkins.

13. St. Louis Rams - Hasean Clinton-Dix FS, Alabama
The Rams need someone that can play next to SS T.J. McDonald. Clinton-Dix is probably the best safety in the draft and would be a good addition to the Rams defense that is an arms race in the NFC West division to have the best defense they can.

14. Chicago Bears - Justin Gilbert CB, Oklahoma State
Gilbert will provide immediate depth at CB for the Bears behind corners Charles Tillman and Tim Jennings. He's a bigger corner that can cover the talented WR's in the NFC North. The Bears also lost KR/PR Devin Hester to the Atlanta Falcons in free agency and Gilbert could take over those duties.

15. Pittsburgh Steelers - Eric Ebron TE, North Carolina
It's time for the Steelers to find an eventual replacement for Heath Miller. The selection of Ebron would give QB Ben Roethlisberger an athletic target to stretch the middle of the field. While the 31 year old Miller could serve as a very good No. 2 tight end. Ebron and Miller would be tough to stop in the passing game but Ebron really needs to improve as a blocker.

16. Dallas Cowboys - Timmy Jernigan DT, Florida State
The Cowboys defensive line was made up with a lot of guys that no one else wanted last year. Jernigan would bring some stability on the defensive line for the Cowboys and be a disruptive force. The Cowboys signed DT Henry Melton as a replacement for DT Jason Hatcher who signed with Washington. A Jernigan and Melton defensive tackle combo should be able to stop the run.

17. Baltimore Ravens - Calvin Pryor FS, Louisville
Baltimore lost S James Ihedigbo in free agency and could replace him with Pryor to go along with last years 1st Round pick S Matt Elam. Pryor is a hard hitting safety that is just as good as Hasean Clinton-Dix in the draft. He'll probably be the one that gets fined the most in today's NFL though.

18. New York Jets - Odell Beckham WR, LSU
QB Geno Smith's weapons were inept for most of last year. The Jets cut WR Santonio Holmes and WR Stephen Hill hasn't panned out like other former Georgia Tech receivers Calvin Johnson and Demaryius Thomas. Beckham has great speed and great hands and will make an excellent No. 2 receiver in the NFL. Beckham will draw coverage to make WR Eric Decker's job easier and he also has return ability.

19. Miami Dolphins - Zack Martin OT/OG, Notre Dame
Miami's offensive line was a complete mess on and off the field in 2013. Both OT Jonathan Martin and OG Richie Incognito will not be back which could be seen as a good thing. Zack Martin started in over 50 games for the Fighting Irish and can also play guard which could be his best position in the NFL due to his short arms. QB Ryan Tannehill can't afford to get killed again in 2014 and neither can the Dolphins organization.

20. Arizona Cardinals - Kony Ealy DE/OLB, Missouri
OLB John Abraham was great for the Cardinals last year but he'll also be 36 in 2014. Ealy has a pretty similar skill set as former Missouri Tiger Aldon Smith who is a special player in the NFL now with the San Francisco 49ers. Ealy was impressive at his Pro Day in positional drills and also ran around a 4.6 40-yard dash.

21. Green Bay Packers - C.J. Mosley ILB, Alabama
Green Bay needs a guy like Mosley on their defense. ILB A.J. Hawk had a good season last year but is now 30 years old while Mosley would be a definite upgrade over ILB Brad Jones. Mosley was the leader for Alabama's defense last season and could be counted on as a future leader for the Packers defense especially when OLB Clay Matthews gets injured again next year.

22. Philadelphia Eagles - Darqueze Dennard CB, Michigan State
Philly allowed a ton of passing yards in 2013 and need an upgrade at both starting corner spots. CB's Cary Williams and Bradley Fletcher just aren't good enough. Dennard had a great season for Michigan State in 2013 and won the Jim Thorpe Award as the best defensive back in college football. Dennard is an explosive, physical cornerback that will excel in the Eagles defense.

23. Kansas City Chiefs - RaShede Hageman DE/DT, Minnesota
Hageman has really good potential and could be great in the NFL if he wants to be. He was average during Senior Bowl week but still should be a 1st Round selection despite being inconsistent at Minnesota. He would be an instant upgrade over what Kansas City has at DE.

24. Cincinnati Bengals - Bradley Roby CB, Ohio State
Bengals CB Leon Hall is close to 30 years old and will be entering 2014 coming off another serious injury. CB's Terrence Newman and Adam Jones are both in their 30's and shouldn't be relied on to start anymore. Dre Kirkpatrick needs to step up entering his 3rd year in the NFL. Roby will bring some youth at CB and has the athletic ability to be a No. 1 corner.

25. San Diego Chargers - Louis Nix NT, Notre Dame
Nix has lost weight which is good and he would be a replacement for NT Cam Thomas who signed with the Pittsburgh Steelers. Nix is pretty much a clone of current Patriots NT Vince Wilfork from a physical standpoint. Nix is a great player when healthy and could dominate the middle for the Chargers defense for years to come.

26. Cleveland Browns - Johnny Manziel QB, Texas A&M
If the Browns end up selecting Manziel; hopefully Manziel doesn't bring his circus to the Browns organization which is already a huge circus act. But maybe that just means that they are a perfect fit for each other. Johnny Football will bring some excitement back to Cleveland's fan base and hopefully be the guy to help get the Browns to a Super Bowl.

27. New Orleans Saints - Dee Ford OLB, Auburn
Ford made money at the Senior Bowl with his ridiculous first step and explosiveness. New Orleans could use another pass rushing outside linebacker in their 3-4 defense and Ford could develop into a Pro Bowl caliber player under defensive coordinator Rob Ryan.

28. Carolina Panthers - Marqise Lee WR, USC
QB Cam Newton needs weapons on the outside. WR Steve Smith. Gone. WR Brandon LaFell. Gone. WR Ted Ginn. Gone. Lee is a big time receiver that is tough to get a hold of in open space and someone that Newton desperately needs now. The Panthers have signed WR's Jerricho Cotchery and Jason Avant but they're both over 30 years old and No. 3 WR's at best.

29. New England Patriots - Jace Amaro TE, Texas Tech
The Patriots struggled in the redzone without TE Rob Gronkowski last season. They need height on offense whether its another wide receiver or tight end. Amaro can be that redzone threat as Gronkowski recovers from a torn ACL. At 6'5'' and 260 pounds, Amaro has the potential to be a nice complement to Gronk.

30. San Francisco 49ers - Kyle Fuller CB, Virginia Tech
CB Tarell Brown signed with the Raiders and CB Carlos Rogers will be 33 years old next season if he's re-signed. The 49ers can reload by drafting Fuller who is an explosive athlete with good speed and height. San Francisco needs cornerbacks obviously as they resorted to signing Eric Wright and Nnamdi Asomugha in 2013.

31. Denver Broncos - Ryan Shazier OLB, Ohio State
Shazier is a freakish athlete and would bring some toughness on defense that GM John Elway is looking for. Denver lost OLB's Wesley Woodyard and Shaun Phillips in free agency and have a glaring hole at linebacker especially as OLB Von Miller recovers from his torn ACL. Shazier is a very good football player and could develop into a Pro Bowler.

32. Seattle Seahawks - Brandin Cooks WR, Oregon State
Cooks could easily replace WR Golden Tate who left Seattle to sign with the Detroit Lions. He would also be insurance for when WR Percy Harvin gets hurt again in 2014. Cooks is very fast, quick, agile and could dominate the slot for an NFL team.

2nd Round
33. Houston Texans - Zach Mettenberger QB, LSU
Mettenberger could be just as good if not better than the QB's going in the 1st Round.

34. Washington Redskins - Jason Verrett CB, TCU
The Redskins couldn't cover anyone last year and Verrett is scrappy.

35. Cleveland Browns - Allen Robinson WR, Penn State
Robinson had an excellent Pro Day and would complement WR Josh Gordon nicely.

36. Oakland Raiders - Jimmie Ward S, Northern Illinois
Ward can cover in the slot and S Charles Woodson is near the end of his career.

37. Atlanta Falcons - Demarcus Lawrence OLB, Boise State
Lawrence is on the rise and the Falcons need a pass rusher for their 3-4 defense.

38. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Xavier Su'a-Filo OG, UCLA
The Bucs need depth at guard and they missed OG Carl Nicks last season.

39. Jacksonville Jaguars - Marcus Martin OC, USC
Would be a reach but the Jaguars have a need and they really wanted Browns OC Alex Mack.

40. Minnesota Vikings - Kyle Van Noy OLB, BYU
Van Noy is a playmaker that the Vikings lacked last year on defense.

41. Buffalo Bills - Austin Seferian-Jenkins TE, Washington
Scott Chandler is not a starting caliber tight end in the NFL and ASJ gives QB E.J. Manuel another weapon.

42. Tennessee Titans - Carlos Hyde RB, Ohio State
They cut RB Chris Johnson and Hyde would start ahead of RB Shonn Greene.

43. New York Giants - Cyrus Kouandjio OT, Alabama
Kouandjio could develop into a franchise left tackle at best and be a good right tackle at worst.

44. St. Louis Rams - Morgan Moses OT, Virginia
Moses can start at left tackle for the Rams while OT Jake Long comes back before going to the right side.

45. Detroit Lions - Kelvin Benjamin WR, Florida State
Benjamin could make the Lions offense unstoppable.

46. Pittsburgh Steelers - Stephon Tuitt DE, Notre Dame
The Steelers lack depth on the defensive line and Tuitt could be a steal here.

47. Dallas Cowboys - Gabe Jackson OG, Mississippi State
The Cowboys have had problems in the interior offensive line the last few years.

48. Baltimore Ravens - Joel Bitonio OT/OG, Nevada
The Ravens let OT Michael Oher sign with the Titans and Bitonio could replace him.

49. New York Jets - Jeremiah Attaochu OLB, Georgia Tech
Attaochu gives head coach Rex Ryan an explosive player coming off the edge.

50. Miami Dolphins - Troy Niklas TE, Norte Dame
Charles Clay is more of a fullback and Niklas has the upside to be a dominant TE.

51. Chicago Bears - Dominique Easley DT, Florida
Easley is an injury risk but the Bears couldn't stop anybody last year.

52. Arizona Cardinals - Deone Bucannon SS, Washington State
Bucannon will be a force next to Cardinals FS Tyrann Mathieu.

53. Green Bay Packers - Trent Murphy OLB/DE, Stanford
The Packers like Murphy. They need someone to step in when Clay Matthews gets hurt.

54. Philadelphia Eagles - Donte Moncrief WR, Ole Miss
The Eagles cut ties with WR's Jason Avant and DeSean Jackson. Moncrief has high upside.

55. Cincinnati Bengals - Kareem Martin DE, North Carolina
Martin is a big, athletic DE that could replace Michael Johnson who signed with the Bucs.

56. San Francisco 49ers - Davante Adams WR, Fresno State
Adams would give the 49ers more depth at WR and another playmaker.

57. San Diego Chargers - Keith McGill CB, Utah
The Chargers don't have a starting caliber CB on their roster.

58. New Orleans Saints - Martavis Bryant WR, Clemson
WR Marques Colston will be 31 years old and needs help.

59. Indianapolis Colts - Marcus Roberson CB, Florida
Indy has a pretty poor group of corners outside of CB Vontae Davis.

60. Carolina Panthers - Antonio Richardson OT, Tennessee
OT Jordan Gross retired and the Panthers need to draft a replacement.

61. San Francisco 49ers - Weston Richburg OC, Colorado State
OC Jonathan Goodwin may not be back next year so in comes Richburg.

62. New England Patriots - Scott Crichton DE/OLB, Oregon State
Crichton is versatile and the Patriots need depth at DE.

63. Denver Broncos - Stanley Jean-Baptiste CB, Nebraska
The Broncos need to add another CB to potentially start as CB Chris Harris recovers from a torn ACL.

64. Seattle Seahawks - David Yankey OG, Stanford
Both guard spots and right tackle could stand to be upgraded for the Seahawks.

3rd Round
65. Houston Texans - JaWuan James OT, Tennessee
The Texans need an upgrade at right tackle over OT Derek Newton.

66. Washington Redskins - Marcus Smith OLB, Louisville
All-Pro OLB Brian Orakpo could leave after the 2014 season.

67. Oakland Raiders - Logan Thomas QB, Virginia Tech
Thomas can sit and learn for a year as QB Matt Schaub tries to revive his career.

68. Atlanta Falcons - Jordan Matthews WR, Vanderbilt
Matthews could eventually replace WR Roddy White who will be 33 years old.

69. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Jimmy Garoppolo QB, Eastern Illinois
The Bucs don't seem to like QB Mike Glennon much and QB Josh McCown is a stop-gap starter.

70. Jacksonville Jaguars - Pierre Desir CB, Lindenwood
The Jaguars don't have much talent at CB and Desir is a big corner that fits their scheme.

71. Cleveland Browns - Jaylen Watkins CB, Florida
Watkins could start across from another former Gator in CB Joe Haden.

72. Minnesota Vikings - Bishop Sankey RB, Washington
The Vikings lost RB Toby Gerhart in free agency and need a backup to All Day.

73. Buffalo Bills - Lamarcus Joyner S/CB, - Florida State
Joyner is versatile and would help at safety after the Bills lost S Jairus Byrd to the New Orleans Saints.

74. New York Giants - Tre Mason RB, Auburn
Mason would be insurance if RB David Wilson can't come back from his neck injury.

75. St. Louis Rams - Bashaud Breeland CB, Clemson
The Rams cut CB Cortland Finnegan and add depth with Breeland.

76. Detroit Lions - Ego Ferguson DT, LSU
The Lions can groom Ferguson into a starter for 2015 as DT Nick Fairley likely won't be back.

77. San Francisco 49ers - Jackson Jeffcoat OLB/DE, Texas
Jeffcoat gives the 49ers insurance for whatever happens with OLB Aldon Smith.

78. Dallas Cowboys - Terrence Brooks FS, Florida State
The Cowboys safeties were downright awful in 2013.

79. Baltimore Ravens - Phillip Gaines CB, Rice
Gaines' draft stock has risen and he could replace CB Corey Graham who is now in Buffalo.

80. New York Jets - Dakota Dozier OG, Furman
Dozier could start at left guard for the Jets in 2014.

81. Miami Dolphins - Cameron Fleming OT, Stanford
Newly signed OT Jason Fox can't stay healthy so depth is needed.

82. Chicago Bears - Paul Richardson WR, Colorado
The Bears don't have much at WR after Brandon Marshall and Alshon Jeffery.

83. Cleveland Browns - Christian Jones ILB, Florida State
Jones would be an upgrade over ILB Craig Robertson and start next to ILB Karlos Dansby.

84. Arizona Cardinals - Will Sutton DT, Arizona State
DT Darnell Dockett will be 33 years old and Sutton is a similar type of player.

85. Green Bay Packers - Dion Bailey SS, USC
Bailey can play in the box against the NFC North's great run attacks.

86. Philadelphia Eagles - Carl Bradford OLB, Arizona State
The Eagles add a player that can rush the passer and fits the defensive scheme.

87. Kansas City Chiefs - Billy Turner OT/OG, North Dakota State
The Chiefs offensive line has seemed to disappear in the off-season.

88. Cincinnati Bengals - DaQuan Jones DT, Penn State
Jones would provide added depth as DT Geno Atkins recovers from his torn ACL.

89. San Diego Chargers - Trevor Reilly OLB, Utah
The Chargers have aging guys and guys that just haven't panned out yet at OLB.

90. Indianapolis Colts - Trai Turner OG, LSU
Turner is a mauler and will help out QB Andrew Luck and maybe RB Trent Richardson even.

91. New Orleans Saints - Travis Swanson OC, Arkansas
The Saints lost OC Brian de la Puente to the Chicago Bears in free agency.

92. Carolina Panthers - Rashaad Reynolds CB, Oregon State
The Panthers didn't have much talent at CB even before Captain Munnerlyn bolted.

93. New England Patriots - Jeremy Hill RB, LSU
The Patriots lost RB LaGarrette Blount in free agency and Stevan Ridley has fumble issues.

94. San Francisco 49ers - Yawin Smallwood ILB, Connecticut
ILB NaVorro Bowman will be coming off a serious leg injury entering 2014.

95. Denver Broncos - Brandon Thomas OG, Clemson
Thomas tore his ACL recently but was one of the better guard prospects.

96. Minnesota Vikings - Craig Loston SS, LSU
The Vikings defense was horrible on 3rd downs in 2013 and Loston seems like a player head coach Mike Zimmer would like.

97. Pittsburgh Steelers - Jack Mewhort OT, Ohio State
The Steelers had all sorts of problems on the offensive line last year and Mewhort is versatile.

98. Green Bay Packers - Cody Latimer WR, Indiana
The Packers didn't re-sign WR James Jones and Latimer can come in as the No. 3 WR.

99. Baltimore Ravens - Kelcy Quarles DT/DE, South Carolina
Quarles has character concerns but could replace DE Arthur Jones who is now with the Colts.

100. San Francisco 49ers - A.J. McCarron QB, Alabama
They can't possibly trust Blaine Gabbert to be their backup QB.

4th Round
101. Houston Texans - Chris Borland ILB, Wisconsin
102. Washington Redskins - Cyril Richardson OG, Baylor
103. Atlanta Falcons - C.J. Fiedorowicz TE, Iowa
104. New York Jets - E.J. Gaines CB, Missouri
105. Jacksonville Jaguars - Telvin Smith OLB, Florida State
106. Cleveland Browns - Ed Reynolds FS, Stanford
107. Oakland Raiders - Anthony Johnson DT, LSU
108. Minnesota Vikings - Louchiez Purifoy CB, Florida
109. Buffalo Bills - Charles Sims RB, West Virginia
110. St. Louis Rams - Jarvis Landry WR, LSU
111. Detroit Lions - Will Clarke DE, West Virginia
112. Tennessee Titans - Chris Smith OLB, Arkansas
113. New York Giants - Marcel Jensen TE, Fresno State
114. Jacksonville Jaguars - Brandon Coleman WR, Rutgers
115. New York Jets - Shayne Skov ILB, Stanford
116. Miami Dolphins - Caraun Reid DT, Princeton
117. Chicago Bears - Terrance West RB, Towson
118. Pittsburgh Steelers - Victor Hampton CB, South Carolina
119. Dallas Cowboys - James Gayle DE, Virginia Tech
120. Arizona Cardinals - Tom Savage QB, Pittsburgh
121. Green Bay Packers - Aaron Murray QB, Georgia
122. Philadelphia Eagles - Daniel McCullers NT, Tennessee
123. Cincinnati Bengals - James Hurst OT, North Carolina
124. Kansas City Chiefs - Devin Street WR, Pittsburgh
125. San Diego Chargers - Chris Davis CB, Sr. - Auburn
126. New Orleans Saints - Dri Archer RB, Kent State
127. Cleveland Browns - Lache Seastrunk RB, Baylor
128. Carolina Panthers - Chris Watt OG, Notre Dame
129. San Francisco 49ers - Adrian Hubbard OLB, Alabama
130. New England Patriots - Justin Ellis NT, Louisiana Tech
131. Denver Broncos - Lamin Barrow ILB, LSU
132. Seattle Seahawks - Antone Exum CB, Virginia Tech
133. Detroit Lions - Brock Vereen S, Minnesota
134. Baltimore Ravens - Jeff Janis WR, Saginaw Valley State
135. Houston Texans - Walt Aikens CB, Liberty
136. Detroit Lions - John Urschel OG, Penn State
137. New York Jets - Isaiah Lewis S, Michigan State
138. Baltimore Ravens - Howard Jones OLB, Shepherd
139. Atlanta Falcons - Jordan Tripp OLB, Montana
140. New England Patriots - Preston Brown ILB, Louisville

5th Round
141. Houston Texans - Arthur Lynch TE, Georgia
142. Washington Redskins - Brent Urban DE/DT, Virginia
143. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Jordan Zumwalt ILB/OLB, UCLA
144. Jacksonville Jaguars - Dontae Johnson FS, North Carolina State
145. Cleveland Browns - Ronald Powell OLB, Florida
146. Seattle Seahawks - George Uko DT/DE, USC
147. Atlanta Falcons - Andre Williams RB, Boston College
148. Minnesota Vikings - Crockett Gillmore TE, Colorado State
149. Buffalo Bills - Jon Halapio OG, Florida
150. Jacksonville Jaguars - Brandon Linder OG, Miami (Fla.)
151. Tennessee Titans - Terrance Mitchell CB, Oregon
152. New York Giants - Christian Kirksey OLB, Iowa
153. St. Louis Rams - Ahmad Dixon SS, Baylor
154. New York Jets - Jake Murphy TE, Utah
155. Miami Dolphins - Khairi Fortt OLB, California
156. Chicago Bears - Marqueston Huff S, Wyoming
157. Pittsburgh Steelers - Morgan Breslin OLB, USC
158. Dallas Cowboys - Bruce Ellington WR, South Carolina
159. Jacksonville Jaguars - Jay Prosch FB, Auburn
160. Arizona Cardinals - Michael Schofield OG/OT, Michigan
161. Green Bay Packers - Tyler Larsen OC, Utah State
162. Philadelphia Eagles - Ed Stinson DE, Alabama
163. Kansas City Chiefs - Seantrel Henderson OT, Miami (Fla.)
164. Cincinnati Bengals - Jared Abbrederis WR, Wisconsin
165. San Diego Chargers - Josh Mauro DE, Stanford
166. Indianapolis Colts - Dezmen Southward S, Wisconsin
167. New Orleans Saints - Taylor Hart DE, Oregon
168. Carolina Panthers - Robert Herron WR, Wyoming
169. New Orleans Saints - Aaron Colvin CB, Oklahoma
170. San Francisco 49ers - Shaquille Richardson CB, Arizona
171. Denver Broncos - Jerick McKinnon RB, Georgia Southern
172. Seattle Seahawks - Kenny Ladler S, Vanderbilt
173. Pittsburgh Steelers - De'Anthony Thomas RB, Oregon
174. New York Giants - Aaron Lynch DE, South Florida
175. Baltimore Ravens - Bennett Jackson CB, Notre Dame
176. Green Bay Packers - Joe Don Duncan TE, Dixie State