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2016 NFL Draft DVD

NFL Draft DVD 2016


ROUND ONE

1 (1) Los Angeles Jared Goff
Jared Goff QB Height: 6-4 Weight: 215 School: California
This pick has been in pretty much since the Rams moved up dramatically from No. 15 to 1, even if they kept the mystery going for a few weeks. Goff is a rhythm passer who has spent three years in the gBear Raidh offense, and there will be a transition to more of a pro system with a first-year passing coordinator and a second-year QB coach. Patience, Rams fans.

2 (2) Philadelphia Carson Wentz
Carson Wentz QB Height: 6-5 Weight: 237 School: North Dakota State
The impressive Wentz won two titles as a starter at the FCS level and has everything you want in a quarterback physically. He also is a mature, grounded person, and that will serve him well in a tough town. Therefs a crowd at QB with the Eagles, but if hefs the best man for the job it will all sort out in time. Itfs a long road from Fargo to Philly, but if therefs ever a town that can embrace the underdog ...

3 (3) San Diego Joey Bosa
Joey Bosa DE Height: 6-5 Weight: 269 School: Ohio State
Yes, linebacker. In the 3-4 scheme, Bosa will stand up and attack the quarterback from two feet instead of the two-point stance he rushed from all through high school and at Ohio State. Hefs a hard-charging, athletic and instinctive rusher, but the pick is odd considering the Chargersf rushers: Melvin Ingram, Jeremiah Attaochu and Kyle Emmanuel. Bosafs laid-back attitude will work well in sleepy San Diego, but passing on Jalen Ramsey feels foolish.

4 (4) Dallas Ezekiel Elliott
Ezekiel Elliott RB Height: 6-0 Weight: 225 School: Ohio State
Presented a situation they might not have expected given the pick before, the Cowboys still took the player that team owner Jerry Jones has been rumored to be in love with for months. There was an internal debate over which player fit best here, but the Cowboys now have the most well-rounded RB prospect in years operating behind the league's best offensive line. Good luck with that, NFC East. This could help extend Tony Romo's career a year or two. Again, no Ramsey?

5 (5) Jacksonville Jalen Ramsey
Jalen Ramsey CB Height: 6-1 Weight: 209 School: Florida State
This is a dream scenario for GM Dave Caldwell and head coach Gus Bradley, who now have upgraded their defense with a Day 1 impact defender. Ramsey is expected to play corner and nickel, and he also can impact special teams. What an unbelievable stroke of luck for the Jaguars, who hope to match their explosive offense with a competitive defense.

6 (6) Baltimore Ronnie Stanley
Ronnie Stanley OT Height: 6-6 Weight: 312 School: Notre Dame
The Ravens had Stanley graded above Ole Miss' Laremy Tunsil for some time now, so while the pick might be shocking to some. The athletic, smart Stanley can be a Day 1 starter at right tackle, which was a need, and take over for Eugene Monroe down the road. With Stanley and John Urschel, if nothing else the Ravens have perhaps the most intelligent offensive line in the NFL.

7 (7) San Francisco DeForest Buckner
DeForest Buckner DE Height: 6-7 Weight: 291 School: Oregon
Chip Kelly and especially defensive line coach Jerry Azzinaro (with whom Buckner is extremely tight) signed off on this pick early, and though there were other options for the team, this was a no-brainer. For the second straight year, the 49ers select an Oregon 5-technique, and this one was even better than 2015 first-rounder Arik Armstead. Buckner should be a star who can play a high volume of snaps and wreck blocking schemes.

8 (8) Tennessee Jack Conklin
Jack Conklin OT Height: 6-6 Weight: 308 School: Michigan State
The Titans did a lot of work on Laremy Tunsil and were roundly rumored to have been considering him with the first pick had they stayed put and not made a monster deal with the Rams. Now they trade up from No. 15, armed with plenty of ammo, to get c Conklin? This is wild. Perhaps the poorly timed video posted on a social media account belonging to Tunsil had some effect, but the Titans like the old-school grit of Conklin, who gives the Titans two gnarly anchors to protect Marcus Mariota and gear up the run game with DeMarco Murray. This is the exotic smashmouth they want to run.

9 (9) Chicago Leonard Floyd
Leonard Floyd OLB Height: 6-6 Weight: 244 School: Georgia
The Bears leapfrogged the Giants, who were looking hard at some of the same players they were, including Floyd, so the move made sense from that perspective. But be suspicious of Floyd, who can be overpowered in the run game, is very lean and is in need of some pass-rush development. However, he has sky-high potential to hound the Aaron Rodgers of the world. A classic boom-bust pick.

10 (10) NY Giants Eli Apple
Eli Apple CB Height: 6-1 Weight: 199 School: Ohio State
Apple to the Big Apple. How about that? This is a surprise not to see another Buckeye in the top 10 but to see a grabby, flawed corner who rated well below several others still available on other teamsf boards. The Giants have starters in Janoris Jenkins and (we assume) Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie on the outside, and Apple might not be a great fit in the nickel. Confusing.

11 (11) Tampa Bay Vernon Hargreaves III
Vernon Hargreaves III CB Height: 5-10 Weight: 204 School: Florida
Seriously, this is too perfect. The Tampa kid comes up, and it fills a huge need. The Bucsf best corner by the end of the season was Sterling Moore, so that tells you what you need. Hargreaves likely would have been the pick at No. 9 had they not traded down, so they add the Bearsf fourth-rounder and still get their guy. Hargreaves is a great cover corner who is small but highly instinctive.

12 (12) New Orleans Sheldon Rankins
Sheldon Rankins DT Height: 6-1 Weight: 299 School: Louisville Rotoworld
Some semblance of normalcy returns to the draft. Rankins was a player the Saints were connected with for months now, and it makes a ton of sense. Even with the Nick Fairley signing, that was not enough to solve their issue at the 3-technique. Rankins is an explosive interior rusher who can have an immediate impact in a few different spots, and hefs a high-character player, which has been an area of focus for the Saints the past two seasons.

13 (13) Miami Laremy Tunsil
Laremy Tunsil OT Height: 6-5 Weight: 310 School: Mississippi
The fall ends, mercifully. GM Mike Tannenbaum is not scared to make a wave in the draft, and he lands a player whose poorly timed Twitter hack might have caused his slide from the first pick to outside the top dozen. Hefs an athletic tackle, and itfs not a glaring need with Branden Albert at left tackle, but 2014 first-rounder JafWuan James might be tried inside if Tunsil impresses. Right now, he has to rebuild his image, but hefs an exceptional talent.

14 (14) Oakland Karl Joseph
Karl Joseph SS Height: 5-10 Weight: 205 School: West Virginia
Instead of taking Myles Jack and his balky knee, the Raiders went with another medical concern in Joseph, who suffered a torn ACL after three games a year ago. But in those games, and in his Mountaineers career, Joseph established himself as an intense, instinctive hammer of a safety who has great ball skills and is a vocal leader. A classic Al Davis pick (reach?), even if hefs been gone for years. The expectation was for Joseph to go later.

15 (15) Cleveland Corey Coleman
Corey Coleman WR Height: 5-11 Weight: 194 School: Baylor
The Brownsf new regime has had a hard time hiding its love for Coleman, maybe the most explosive receiver in this draft. Fans might get nervous about hearing another Baylor receiver is coming to town, but there is almost no character concern about Coleman, who has overcome a lot in his life. He needs a quarterback, but maybe he and (former Baylor) QB Robert Griffin III can connect on some bombs. Coleman has great speed; drops have been his biggest bugaboo.

16 (16) Detroit Taylor Decker
Taylor Decker OT Height: 6-7 Weight: 310 School: Ohio State
With the top three tackles off the board here, the Lions probably felt lucky to get Decker, even if we have him ranked a little lower. Still, he could step in right away at right tackle (Michael Ola?), as an eventual replacement for Riley Reiff or at guard. He fits the mold of new GM Bob Quinn, who spent most of his career with the Patriots: tough, hard-nosed, durable and smart. Decker is a throwback.

17 (17) Atlanta Keanu Neal
Keanu Neal SS Height: 6-0 Weight: 211 School: Florida
We knew the Falcons liked him. We didnft know they liked him this much. Neal is a pile driver of a hitter almost to the point where some scouts feared for his long-term safety. gKikih had grades all over the board from NFL evaluators; for as much athletic ability as he has, he also has limitations in coverage. Still, head coach Dan Quinn has a Kam Chancellor-esque enforcer in his secondary now.

18 (18) Indianapolis Ryan Kelly
Ryan Kelly C Height: 6-4 Weight: 311 School: Alabama
All along, the narrative was that the Colts needed a tackle, but the truth was the interior was the weakest spot. Kelly is a smart, tough, battle-tested, respected pivot who will be a great match mentally for Andrew Luck. A history of knee injuries for Kelly scared off a few teams, but he was universally praised for his strong virtues. A few ugly games aside, hefs as solid as there is on the interior in this draft.

19 (19) Buffalo Shaq Lawson
Shaq Lawson DE Height: 6-3 Weight: 269 School: Clemson
As Rob and Rex Ryan continue transforming their defense more to the 3-4 schemes theyfve long used separately and now together. Lawson is an important piece to the mix. He can get after the passer and should provide good support against the run, too. The Bills likely feel lucky he fell into their laps. Lawson might not be special, but he has potential to be a good player for a while.

20 (20) NY Jets Darron Lee
Darron Lee OLB Height: 6-1 Weight: 232 School: Ohio State
Almost a nickel safety-sized player, Lee is fast and highly athletic to match up with tight ends (um, New England perhaps?) and backs (say, Shady McCoy) right away. Hefs a good fit on a defense that has a lot of bulk up front, which should keep Lee clean from having to stack and shed linebackers, which is not his strength. Expect Lee to play at one of the inside spots in the Jetsf 3-4 scheme, but he has versatility.

21 (21) Houston Will Fuller
Will Fuller WR Height: 6-0 Weight: 186 School: Notre Dame
The Texans flipped a 2017 sixth-rounder to slide up a spot and guarantee they got the speed option they wanted. There were more complete receivers on the board, such as Laquon Treadwell and Josh Doctson, but the Texans wanted a vertical threat to complement DeAndre Hopkins. Now, with Hopkins, Fuller and Lamar Miller, the Texans have game-changing playmakers. Helps out Brock Osweiler tremendously.

22 (22) Washington Josh Doctson
Josh Doctson WR Height: 6-2 Weight: 202 School: TCU
Taking the receiver some thought the Texans should have taken, the Redskins add a pick and get a competitive bigger wideout to add to their till. Kirk Cousins now has a middle-of-the-field playmaker whose leaping ability will help with some of the off-target throws the Redskins have lived with. Doctson and Jordan Reed can work the middle, and DeSean Jackson has ownership on the deep routes. The Redskinsf offense is evolving.

23 (23) Minnesota Laquon Treadwell
Laquon Treadwell WR Height: 6-2 Weight: 221 School: Mississippi
This makes too much sense. Teddy Bridgewater doesnft need a deep threat -- he needs a chain mover, and a physical one, such as Treadwell. This is an inspired choice that could reshape the Vikingsf offense. Hefll be a great No. 1 option in the red zone and is also the best blocking receiver in the draft by a mile. A great choice at this point of the draft.

24 (24) Cincinnati William Jackson III
William Jackson III CB Height: 6-0 Weight: 189 School: Houston
The Bengals have invested a lot in their secondary thatfs three first-rounders at the position in four years but also lost a starting safety in the offseason. Depth is important, and the long-limbed playmaker Jackson is an interesting study who broke out last season by leading the NCAA in passes defended and was a star in the bowl game win against Florida State. Itfs a good value pick, and the Bengals show great patience in drafting for need a year in advance for the second straight year.

25 (25) Pittsburgh Artie Burns
Artie Burns CB Height: 6-0 Weight: 193 School: Miami (FL)
Our least favorite pick to this point of the draft. Yes, Burns is a long-armed press corner with passion and he has overcome a lot in his life to get to this level. But there are teams that have stamped fourth-round grades on Burns, and he might not ever be better than a solid No. 3 corner. There were many better options here perhaps in the front seven.

26 (26) Denver Paxton Lynch
Paxton Lynch QB Height: 6-7 Weight: 244 School: Memphis
The Broncos traded up aggressively for the second straight year to get their guy. Lynch will not be starting Week 1 against the Carolina Panthers, and he might not be ready to be the guy until 2017. But he has a fascinating mix of two players. Brock Osweilerfs size and Colin Kaepernickfs arm and some of his athletic traits that the team has been connected with in the past. Lynch is a project but one who could pay off tremendously once he acclimates to Gary Kubiakfs offense.

27 (27) Green Bay Kenny Clark
Kenny Clark DT Height: 6-3 Weight: 314 School: UCLA
The Packers have a history of taking front-seven defenders in the first round, and Clark helps right away. He adds a big body in the middle, which Green Bay needed after B.J. Raji said he's taking a hiatus from the NFL. Clark is an aggressive tackle whose effort wonft be questioned. It doesnft solve Green Bayfs inside linebacker issues and the Packers passed on Reggie Ragland to take Clark but Clark provides immediate help to the middle of the defense.

28 (28) San Francisco Joshua Garnett
Joshua Garnett OG Height: 6-4 Weight: 312 School: Stanford
So the 49ers moved up to this spot to take a passionate, smart, physical run-blocking guard. Sorry, but wefre not jazzed. Garnett is one of the more fun players to talk football with hefs driven and intelligent and he could start Day 1 at either guard spot. But does he fit with Chip Kellyfs preference for lighter-footed offensive linemen? Garnett isnft a total slug, but he might have to take Kellyfs renowned health regimen seriously to shape his body better.

29 (29) Arizona Robert Nkemdiche
Robert Nkemdiche DT Height: 6-3 Weight: 294 School: Mississippi
Nkemdiche was the top high school recruit in the country, dominated at times in the SEC, and could be a steal for the Cardinals near the end of the first round. It's reminiscent of the Tyrann Mathieu pick, which paid off in a big way for the Cardinals. Like Mathieu, Nkemdiche slipped in the draft due to off-field red flags. The most troubling incident was when he fell out of the fourth-floor hotel window. But the Cardinals are betting on his talent, which is massive.

30 (30) Carolina Vernon Butler
Vernon Butler DT Height: 6-4 Weight: 323 School: Louisiana Tech
GM Dave Gettlemanfs true colors are showing. He likes to build from the inside out, which was clear by letting Josh Norman walk and was very clear by taking Butler at a position of need. Carolina is stocked at defensive tackle with Star Lotulelei and Kawann Short, but Butlerfs arrival protects the team against either one leaving via free agency after the 2016 season. At 323 pounds, have no illusion: Butler is not playing another position. He could be very good in time.

31 (31) Seattle Germain Ifedi
Germain Ifedi OG Height: 6-6 Weight: 324 School: Texas A&M
Trading down five spots, the Seahawks got the player they wanted at No. 25. Thatfs always great from a value perspective, and Ifedi has top-15 ability. It didnft always come to fruition at College Station, and itfs unclear where Ifedifs best position will be after he struggled at times at left tackle. The Seahawks, as they usually do, gamble on a talent that other teams might not have rated quite as high.


ROUND TWO

1 (32) Cleveland Emmanuel Ogbah
Emmanuel Ogbah DE Height: 6-4 Weight: 273 School: Oklahoma State
A big, talented rush end who might stand up in the Brownsf 3-4 defense or bulk up and play the end spot. A bit of a curious pick given that uncertainty, but Ogbah is athletic and has a track record of getting to the QB.

2 (33) Tennessee Kevin Dodd
Kevin Dodd DE Height: 6-5 Weight: 277 School: Clemson
Pass rusher run! Dodd was one of our favorites, Shutdown Cornerfs No. 14 overall player, and he has a chance to be a very good pro after breaking out last season and residing in the shadow of Shaq Lawson until the national title game. Dodd can play on his feet, has great length and is ascending. The Titans needed front-seven help. A nice start to their second day.

3 (34) Dallas Jaylon Smith
Jaylon Smith OLB Height: 6-2 Weight: 223 School: Notre Dame
Giddy up! Smith is a clear top-10 talent whose questionable knee caused forced him off some teamsf boards. But the Cowboys were willing to gamble on potential greatness here, and their team doctor performed the surgery on Smith after his Fiesta Bowl injury, so therefs a level of comfort there. Smith could be a star in this defense, either as a weakside or a middle linebacker. Figure on 2016 being a wash. This risk is significant; the payoff could be huge.

4 (35) San Diego Hunter Henry
Hunter Henry TE Height: 6-5 Weight: 250 School: Arkansas
This was about as easy a pick to mock in Round 2 as there might have been. The Chargers liked what they saw in the good receiving tight end, who reminds some of Greg Olsen and could be a natural replacement for Ladarius Green this year and Antonio Gates in 2017. Henry is not a great blocker but he can stretch the seam.

5 (36) Jacksonville Myles Jack
Myles Jack OLB Height: 6-1 Weight: 245 School: UCLA
What a coup. We mocked Jack to the Jaguars for months before the injury news on his knee seemed to worsen by the day. But to trade up and score Shutdown Corner's fifth-rated player here . in addition to landing our best talent, Jalen Ramsey, on Day 1 . could be an incredible, once-a-decade type of coup. Even if Jack plays only five good years, itfs worth it.

6 (37) Kansas City Chris Jones
Chris Jones DT Height: 6-6 Weight: 310 School: Mississippi State
Jones has great potential, but hefs young and raw, and has some bust qualities to his game. Some weeks he looks great, others less so. But he could play almost any spot on the Chiefsf front and could help immediately replace Mike DeVito up front.

7 (38) Miami Xavien Howard
Xavien Howard CB Height: 6-0 Weight: 201 School: Baylor
A later riser in the draft process who has the big frame the Dolphins are seeking at such a big need of a position. Howard was sneaky good last season and might be a good fit if hefs used correctly. Hefs a very physical, grabby corner, which can work against him.

8 (39) Tampa Bay Noah Spence
Noah Spence DE Height: 6-2 Weight: 251 School: Eastern Kentucky
The Bucs wanted to come out of this draft with a pass rusher, and they got one. Spence has bent over backward for teams to show he does not have a problem after his multiple failed drug tests at Ohio State before he was kicked out of the Big Ten. Spence lacks bulk and can be run at, but he has great pass-rush feel and talent.

9 (40) NY Giants Sterling Shepard
Sterling Shepard WR Height: 5-10 Weight: 194 School: Oklahoma
We suspected the Giants would take a receiver here, and it makes sense that they grabbed one with great potential in the slot given Victor Cruzfs unknown status. Shepard is a joy to watch, and he could be a great complement to Odell Beckham Jr. Shepard is not big, and he might never be a true game-breaker, but hefs similar to the Seahawksf Tyler Lockett, who was an instant contributor as a rookie in 2015.

10 (41) Buffalo Reggie Ragland
Reggie Ragland ILB Height: 6-1 Weight: 247 School: Alabama
The Bills traded up aggressively (giving up a fourth-rounder this year and next year) to land a Rex Ryan-type of throwback middle linebacker. They did a lot of work on him and likely were surprised to see him still on the board. Ragland has limitations in coverage but is a superior run defender and has underrated athleticism and blitz potential.

11 (42) Baltimore Kamalei Correa
Kamalei Correa DE Height: 6-3 Weight: 243 School: Boise State
A classic Ravens pick of a tweener pass rusher with A+ intangibles and a hot motor. This fits in line with the type of defender GM Ozzie Newsome has found in this range in the past, and we like the fit given the talent and the need.

12 (43) Tennessee Austin Johnson
Austin Johnson DT Height: 6-4 Weight: 314 School: Penn State
The Titans had a big need at nose tackle, and they might have found their blue-collar starter there for the next several years. Hefs not flashy but is a stout run defender and has a blue-collar approach that will fit well on this unit. The linebackers behind him will be happy with how well he absorbs blocks. Like the Jack Conklin Round 1 pick, it lacks sexiness but looks effective.

13 (44) Oakland Jihad Ward
Jihad Ward DE Height: 6-5 Weight: 297 School: Illinois
Wait, Al Davis is not with us, right? A classic Davis pick . just like Oakland's first-rounder, Karl Joseph . that is a gamble with equal parts upside and risk. Ward is a late bloomer with surprising athleticism who could play a number of techniques up front. Are the Raiders worried about the neck injury of Mario Edwards Jr.? We shall see.

14 (45) Tennessee Derrick Henry
Derrick Henry RB Height: 6-3 Weight: 247 School: Alabama
The Titans will have the past two Heisman winners on the field together in Marcus Mariota and Derrick Henry, all part of their gexotic smashmouthh offense theyfre building with some intriguing pieces. DeMarco Murray is another hammer of a back, so the formula is becoming clear in Nashville: theyfre going to pound the rock. You have been forewarned, AFC South. Was it a luxury pick? Perhaps, but the Titans have the extra ammo to do it.

15 (46) Detroit A'Shawn Robinson
A'Shawn Robinson DT Height: 6-4 Weight: 307 School: Alabama
The Lions get a force up front and a player they probably entertained as a possibility in Round 1 at some point during the pre-draft process. Some evaluators believe Robinson has a lot of work to do, but he has much tread left on his tires, has heavy hands and can battle inside. Is he ever going to be special? Tough to say. But hefll contribute right away.

16 (47) New Orleans Michael Thomas
Michael Thomas WR Height: 6-3 Weight: 212 School: Ohio State
The need for a bigger receiver was high, so from that perspective this was a solid pick. Thomasf arrow is pointing up, and if hefs never a true No. 1 receiver he appears to be a good fit as a complement opposite Brandin Cooks. But Thomas needs work on his blocking and his route running, two things that head coach Sean Payton harps on.

17 (48) Green Bay Jason Spriggs
Jason Spriggs OT Height: 6-6 Weight: 301 School: Indiana
Wefll discuss the pick in a minute. Ted Thompson traded up! Stop the presses. You almost never see it, certainly not this high in the draft. He must really like the athleticism of Spriggs, who is tough and used to playing in a high-tempo passing offense. Did Thompson want to get ahead of the Bears for this pick? Another page in the rivalry. (The Bears traded the following pick)

18 (49) Seattle Jarran Reed
Jarran Reed DT Height: 6-3 Weight: 307 School: Alabama
Watching a top talent tumble deep into Round 2, the Seahawks pounce, trading up into the Bearsf old spot for Reed. Hefs a perfect Seahawk: powerful, mean and a bit flaky. He committed to three schools, via junior college, before landing at Alabama. The coaches there felt he needed to mature, and he did, turning into a force against the run. A good pick at a need spot for the Seahawks.

19 (50) Houston Nick Martin
Nick Martin OG Height: 6-4 Weight: 299 School: Notre Dame
Once more, the Texans slide up a short distance for a low cost to ensure they get a good fit with their pick. Expect Martin to play center, which was his primary position, although he could factor in as a guard if need be. A few other teams were monitoring Martin in this range, so the trade appears prudent. A solid, unspectacular pick, but Martin could start Day 1.

20 (51) NY Jets Christian Hackenberg
Christian Hackenberg QB Height: 6-4 Weight: 223 School: Penn State
Wow. Our fourth QB off the board . and before Connor Cook . is a stunner, although it shouldn't be surprising the Jets took one. Still, the depth chart as it sits now is Geno Smith, Bryce Petty and Hackenberg. With Ryan Fitzpatrick very much in limbo. Hack hopefully wonft play now, but the promise might be there down the road. Wonder if Jets GM Mike Maccagnan, who came from the Texans two years ago, ever had a conversation about Hackenberg?

21 (52) Atlanta Deion Jones
Deion Jones OLB Height: 6-1 Weight: 222 School: LSU
The Falcons wanted to add attitude and speed to their defense. They got the former with first-rounder Keanu gKikih Neal; they got the latter in Jones. One of the faster linebackers in the draft, Jones is extremely lean at 222 pounds (only 11 fewer than Neal, a safety) and was a one-year starter. But he can cover tight ends and backs.

22 (53) Washington Su'a Cravens
Su'a Cravens OLB Height: 6-1 Weight: 226 School: USC
It's understandable why GM Scot McCloughan would be attracted to Cravens, who is a far better football player than a tester athletically. But is he quick enough to be a strong safety? The Redskins donft have a clear option otherwise right now, and no matter what Cravens will spend a lot of time in the box, where hefs most effective.

23 (54) Minnesota Mackensie Alexander
Mackensie Alexander CB Height: 5-10 Weight: 190 School: Clemson
Seeing him fall out of Round 1 was not stunning, but this is a bit farther than imagined. This is interesting because the Vikings have two big corners on the outside, and Alexander hasnft played a lot in the slot. Another thing: ball skills. The next interception he gets will be his first since high school. But hefs a highly confident, physical corner who will support the run and get in receiversf faces, no matter the size. Mike Zimmer could get the best out of him.

24 (55) Cincinnati Tyler Boyd
Tyler Boyd WR Height: 6-1 Weight: 197 School: Pittsburgh
Having lost Marvin Jones and Mohamed Sanu in free agency, depth certainly was an issue behind A.J. Green and Brandon LaFell. But Boyd is not a burner, and speed is what this unit appears to need. Still, Boyd is a very capable chain mover and a versatile player who became a part-time running back when James Connor got hurt. Solid but not sexy.

25 (56) Chicago Cody Whitehair
Cody Whitehair OG Height: 6-4 Weight: 301 School: Kansas State
Bears fans should love this blue-collar, meat-and-potatoes blocker who played left tackle last season out of need but likely has his best home inside in the NFL. Is he a right tackle, their biggest need? No. A center? A guard? It's unclear. But we love Whitehairfs durability and professionalism, even if his short arms likely will limit him against top pass rushers.

26 (57) Indianapolis T.J. Green
T.J. Green FS Height: 6-2 Weight: 209 School: Clemson
Green is not universally loved by NFL scouts, and he picked a bad time to have a horrible game in the national championship, but his stock rose lately because of his size and upside. Both are very good, and this ex-WR has good ball skills that could develop in the NFL.

27 (58) Pittsburgh Sean Davis
Sean Davis CB Height: 6-1 Weight: 201 School: Maryland
This pick was better than their first-round selection of Artie Burns. Davis is a hybrid player who was great at safety in 2014 and less so at corner last season. But hefs big and athletic, and has plus hitting ability. He also could be a great special-teamer.

28 (59) Tampa Bay
Roberto Aguayo K Height: 6-0 Weight: 207 School: Florida State
Oh, come on. The Buccaneers traded up, giving up third- and fourth-rounders, to get a kicker . the highest one has been picked in 11 years (Mike Nugent, Jets, No. 47 in 2005). This is bad value here. Tampa has plenty of needs on offense and defense, and it did this? Awful, even if Aguayo could be very effective in the warm weather. This has the feel of the Jaguars passing up Russell Wilson in 2011 for punter Bryan Anger.

29 (60) New England Cyrus Jones
Cyrus Jones CB Height: 5-10 Weight: 197 School: Alabama
Welcome to the draft, New England. Jones was a player often pegged to the Patriots, and he fits the mold of undersized, quick, smart, opportunistic cornerback they often seek. He doubles as a potentially excellent special teams player. Jones was one of Nick Sabanfs favorite players at Bama and is likely to be one Bill Belichick likes, perhaps as a nickel back right away.

30 (61) New Orleans Vonn Bell
Vonn Bell FS Height: 5-11 Weight: 199 School: Ohio State
They moved up 17 picks, giving up their third- and fourth-rounders, to nab Bell in a good spot here. The Saints have big money committed to safety but also big questions about the long-term viability of Jairus Byrd and the uneven play of Kenny Vaccaro. The highly athletic Bell might be really good in two years, but hefs unrefined.

31 (62) Carolina James Bradberry
James Bradberry CB Height: 6-1 Weight: 211 School: Samford
He can be a press corner or a safety in the NFL, and he looked great at the former at the Senior Bowl practices, where his physicality stood out. The small-school thing might worry some, but Bradberry and Jaquiski Tartt were a tremendous pair in 2014. Tough, durable player with sneaky upside, Bradberry fits the Panthersf defense nicely.

32 (63) Denver Adam Gotsis
Adam Gotsis DT Height: 6-4 Weight: 287 School: Georgia Tech
A poor manfs Derek Wolfe? Gotsis is a big, raw, physical 5-technique who grew up overseas playing Australian Rules Football. Although the game is new to him, itfs also very important to him. He was a team captain and the coaches called him the hardest worker on the roster. The Broncos helped replace their hole at end to replace Malik Jackson, but thatfs a big dropoff right now.


ROUND THREE

1 (64) Tennessee Kevin Byard
Kevin Byard SS Height: 5-11 Weight: 216 School: Middle Tennessee 89
Round 3 kicks off with the first non-combine invite but a player who flashed a few times at the Senior Bowl and has good production in college. This selection feels a bit high. Byard is well put together but might not be great when asked to cover in space. The Titans have made a lot of safe picks, but this feels like a risk. C-

2 (65) Cleveland Carl Nassib
Carl Nassib DE Height: 6-7 Weight: 277 School: Penn State 147
A Moneyball pick? We doubt it. This might have been one the coaches fought hard for. Nassib has great size and very good production, and he checks every box in the character department. He will outwork almost everyone on the field. However, we feel hefs very limited athletically and will not be the stat-sheet stuffer he was in college, when he beat up on lesser competition. C

3 (66) San Diego Max Tuerk
Max Tuerk C Height: 6-5 Weight: 298 School: USC 102
Before suffering a torn ACL last season, Tuerk was emerging as one of the nationfs better centers. But he's tall and skinny (he was at 269 last season at one point) for the position, and some scouts say he could be a tackle in the NFL. This could be a bit of a redshirt season. Hefs up to almost 300 pounds now. A fascinating prospect. B

4 (67) Dallas Maliek Collins
Maliek Collins DT Height: 6-2 Weight: 311 School: Nebraska 83
We like this one a lot. Collins got a bit lost in the shuffle in a deep DT class, but he is super quick and could be a terrific fit in Rod Marinellifs system. The Cowboys didnft just need ends; the interior has been a bit overlooked, so this could work out nicely. Hefll turn 21 this year and could have been a first-rounder had he stayed in school, but Collins has high potential. A-

5 (68) San Francisco
Will Redmond CB Height: 5-11 Weight: 182 School: Mississippi State 138
Redmond is on the mend from a torn ACL that cut his final season in half, and he might never be a top-shelf outside corner. But he has good nickel potential and special teams value once he returns to health. A solid player who would have gone higher had he not gotten hurt. B-

6 (69) Jacksonville Yannick Ngakoue
Yannick Ngakoue DE Height: 6-2 Weight: 252 School: Maryland 93
The Jags are wrecking the draft. We were a little late to pick up on the hard-charging rusher who stood up as a 3-4 linebacker in 2014 and rushed from an end spot in 2015. Ngakoue has great strength and quickness but is undersized. Still, he can be a very nice nickel rusher who maximizes his snaps on third downs. B+

7 (70) Baltimore Bronson Kaufusi
Bronson Kaufusi DE Height: 6-6 Weight: 285 School: BYU 65
One of our favorite players to scout, Kaufusi is the son of the Cougarsf DL coach and holds himself to a high standard. He works hard to get into the backfield and has intriguing athleticism for a player who stands almost 6-7 and 285 pounds. Hefs a 5-technique in the Ravens defense and makes a good group better. B+

8 (71) NY Giants Darian Thompson
Darian Thompson FS Height: 6-2 Weight: 208 School: Boise State 68
A steal at this point, Thompson could be the Day 1 starter across from Landon Collins and perhaps clean up some of his coverage mistakes. There is no rangier safety in the draft, and he would have gone higher had Thompson not tested so poorly at the scouting combine after food poisoning caused him to lose 8 pounds. His pro day workout was much better. The Giants like what they see. A-

9 (72) Chicago Jonathan Bullard
Jonathan Bullard DT Height: 6-3 Weight: 285 School: Florida 21
Nice value here, getting a very good run-stopping 5-technique at this stage of the draft. Bullard can slide inside and has good pop but should not be counted on for any real pass-rush value. He could battle for a starting job with a host of incumbents who appear to be lesser fits in their scheme. B

10 (73) Miami Kenyan Drake
Kenyan Drake RB Height: 6-1 Weight: 210 School: Alabama 150
Derrick Henryfs backup, whom some believe might have a better NFL career, goes to a team that needs backs. Drake has NFL speed and can catch the ball, but injuries derailed his college career. He also could be a very good kickoff returner too, taking one back in the national title game to help finish off Clemson late. Risky but interesting pick. C+

11 (74) Kansas City
KeiVarae Russell CB Height: 5-11 Weight: 192 School: Notre Dame 137
Few teams did more work on Russell than the Chiefs, who need help with Sean Smith gone to Oakland. Russell played the 2015 season through a leg fracture, which gives you an idea how tough he is. He's confident and loquacious and could be a future starter, but his ball skills are suspect despite converting from offense in high school. B-

12 (75) Oakland Shilique Calhoun
Shilique Calhoun DE Height: 6-4 Weight: 251 School: Michigan State 98
The athletic, inconsistent Calhoun can get after the passer but itfs too often hot and cold with him. His ability to bend the edge is admirable and he will put in the time to be great. But he could use some coaching before he's ready for a full-time role. That Raiders front, though, could be something special. B

13 (76) Cleveland Shon Coleman
Shon Coleman OT Height: 6-5 Weight: 307 School: Auburn 143
Coleman is an inspiring story, having beaten leukemia, and he has some talent. But he turn 25 as a rookie, lacks finesse in his game and has a knee injury that could keep him limited for the offseason program. The Browns got a physical masher and help at tackle, but he too often seeks to bury players. C+

14 (77) Carolina
Daryl Worley CB Height: 6-1 Weight: 204 School: West Virginia
The Panthers grab another big, physical DB with Worley, who has some character concerns after a few run-ins in school. Against Baylor, Corey Coleman gutted Worley. But in the Panthersf heavy zone-based scheme, he could be very good at rerouting receivers and supporting the run. C+

15 (78) New England Joe Thuney
Joe Thuney OG Height: 6-5 Weight: 304 School: North Carolina State 50
A five-position player in college with uncommon intelligence, Thuney has handled some of the best pass rushers in the country as a senior at left tackle but might be best inside. Hefs an ideal fit in the Patriotsf zone-blocking scheme. One way or another, theyfll find a home for this sound blocker. B-plus

16 (79) Philadelphia Isaac Seumalo
Isaac Seumalo OG Height: 6-4 Weight: 303 School: Oregon State 74
Two position player with decent athleticism to fit in a zone scheme, but he feels like a reach here. There were better options at both guard and center. He might develop but the underclassman tends to be a little out of control. D+

17 (80) Buffalo Adolphus Washington
Adolphus Washington DT Height: 6-3 Weight: 301 School: Ohio State 114
Rex Ryanfs fingerprints are all over this draft as thatfs 3-for-3 on defense. Washington could be a multiple-technique player for the Bills, and he is light on his feet. But he also has underachieving traits and might not be fully conditioned to be much more than a rotational player at first. C+

18 (81) Atlanta Austin Hooper
Austin Hooper TE Height: 6-4 Weight: 254 School: Stanford 61
The Falcons have stumbled with their picks up to this point, but they get a decent player here. Hooper is a multi-position work in progress as a blocker but has good size to be a seam receiver. He came out as a third-year sophomore, which surprised some, so he unrefined. B-

19 (82) Indianapolis Le'Raven Clark
Le'Raven Clark OT Height: 6-5 Weight: 316 School: Texas Tech 129
We liked Clark more than others, but the inconsistent tape doesnft lie. Hefll have a chance to be special if he can learn better technique to handle speed. Clark has rare wingspan (36-inch arms), massive hands and could be special. Hefs not close to starting, this is a good pick for down the road if hefs coached up properly. B+

20 (83) NY Jets Jordan Jenkins
Jordan Jenkins OLB Height: 6-3 Weight: 259 School: Georgia 81
There wasnft much separating Jenkins and No. 9 overall pick Leonard Floyd, according to a good amount of Georgia defensive tape. Theyfre different players, and roles had a lot to do with the production. Jenkins is a power rusher in the Jetsf system and has great length, intelligence and the ability to be a three-down player in time. A-

21 (84) Washington Kendall Fuller
Kendall Fuller CB Height: 5-11 Weight: 187 School: Virginia Tech 72
His meniscus injury and microfracture surgery could keep him on the mend for a bit, and it likely caused his fall, much like it did for UCLAfs Myles Jack. But Fuller has a chance to be the best of in family, which includes three NFL brothers. His instincts and ball skills are very good, and he has a great football temperament and pedigree. B

22 (85) Houston Braxton Miller
Braxton Miller WR Height: 6-1 Weight: 201 School: Ohio State 51
The Texans have added playmakers and speed on offense with Miller, Will Fuller and Lamar Miller, which is music to the ears of Brock Osweiler and Deandre Hopkins. Hopkins no longer must see constant tricked-up coverages, and Millerfs playmaking ability can be used sparingly until Bill OfBrienfs staff is convinced he has made enough growth as a wide receiver. B

23 (86) Miami Leonte Carroo
Leonte Carroo WR Height: 6-0 Weight: 211 School: Rutgers 55
The competitive, productive Carroo is attractive, but how fast will he get on the field on offense? Maybe the Kenny Stills experiment wonft work out, but DeVante Parker figures to get more run and Jarvis Landry dominates the slot, which is where some figured Carroo might be best. One way he can contribute immediately: on special teams, where hefs blocked punts. But his character risks are worrisome, especially after the Laremy Tunsil pick. C

24 (87) Cincinnati
Nick Vigil ILB Height: 6-2 Weight: 239 School: Utah State
Athletic middle linebacker with incredible college production whose role in the NFL might be as a core special-teamer, and fourth or nickel linebacker. Not a pass rusher and not elite in coverage either, Vigil could be a good player but donft expect greatness. C

25 (88) Green Bay Kyler Fackrell
Kyler Fackrell OLB Height: 6-5 Weight: 245 School: Utah State 41
Hefll turn 25 as a rookie and lacks base strength. But this is a fascinating player to watch, and if he can learn to play better on his feet as hefll have to in the Packersf 3-4 system (assuming hefs be an outside rusher) he could be a good rotational player with his length, intensity and instincts. B-

26 (89) Pittsburgh Javon Hargrave
Javon Hargrave DT Height: 6-1 Weight: 309 School: South Carolina State 30
With short arms and a 6-1 frame, where will he fit best in the Steelersf defense. Maybe as an end, but perhaps best as a stout, quick nose tackle. Hargrave is a fascinating study, as he dominated lower competition and once had a six-sack game against Bethune-Cookman that he didnft even start. There might be a wake-up call when he plays against NFL linemen, but there's potential upside. B

27 (90) Seattle C.J. Prosise
C.J. Prosise RB Height: 6-0 Weight: 220 School: Notre Dame 58
An interesting pick for a run-heavy team that just lost Marshawn Lynch to retirement. Thomas Rawls is coming off a nice rookie season, but he finished it on injured reserve, and the Seahawks like to invest mid-round picks in running back depth. With Prosise the Seahawks get a solid 220-pound back who has some room to grow. Prosise was a receiver at Notre Dame before moving to running back last season, when he averaged 6.6 yards per carry. B

28 (91) New England
Jacoby Brissett QB Height: 6-4 Weight: 231 School: North Carolina State 141
Brissett is a big, strong-armed and athletic quarterback. He needs some coaching, which makes him a fine pick for the late third round. But here's the rub: Why are the Patriots taking another quarterback? Yes, Tom Brady is getting older, and Jimmy Garoppolo will be at the end of his rookie deal before we know it, but using a top-100 pick on a player who likely won't play for a few years is odd for a team that's among this season's Super Bowl favorites. C-

29 (92) Arizona
Brandon Williams CB Height: 5-11 Weight: 197 School: Texas A&M
Once upon a time, Williams was a big-time recruit at running back for Oklahoma. But he transferred schools, then positions. He moved to cornerback for the 2015 season and showed enough that he moved into the third round despite a lack of experience there. But the Cardinals will go against conventional wisdom at times, and they like having good depth at corner. C

30 (93) Cleveland
Cody Kessler QB Height: 6-1 Weight: 220 School: USC
A bit of a surprise, partially because the Kessler pick ensured that Connor Cook was going to fall out of the second day of the draft. It's an interesting pick for a team that stocked up on picks with trades and is still looking for a quarterback of the future. Kessler isn't too impressive, considering he doesn't have an obvious strength, isn't that big and was never great at USC. Apparently the Browns see something in him though, although it's a stretch to say Kessler is the one to break through the Browns' long, tortured quarterback history and become a star. D+

31 (94) Seattle Nick Vannett
Nick Vannett TE Height: 6-6 Weight: 257 School: Ohio State 85
The Seahawks need a quality blocker at the position, so this was a smart play. He has good athleticism, red zone and special teams value, and is a team-first player who got lost in the shuffle with all the talent in Columbus but never said a word about it. A nice player who will contribute in some way. B

32 (95) Detroit Graham Glasgow
Graham Glasgow C Height: 6-6 Weight: 307 School: Michigan 66
The local product has a chance to be a scrappy, competitive pro, but some scouts felt hefs not best at center but rather guard. So that makes him a bit like Travis Swanson, the player the Lions wouldnft mind upgrading over. And with the Lionsf recent focus on clean-sheet players, this pick is a bit out of line given Glasgow's past probation violation involving alcohol. C

33 (96) New England
Vincent Valentine DT Height: 6-4 Weight: 329 School: Nebraska
An uninspiring pick. Valentine has shown flashes in college but has not dominated and passed up another year of eligibility despite an incomplete career for the Huskers that was marred by injury. Hefs not laterally quick and doesnft always maximize his power, but he has good mass that the Patriots seek inside. C-

34 (97) Seattle Rees Odhiambo
Rees Odhiambo OG Height: 6-4 Weight: 314 School: Boise State 67
Odhiambo might have been a top-50 pick had injuries not derailed his career. If you stack up the best tape of him and Germain Ifedi, you wonft notice a ton of variation. Odhiambo is smart, tough and powerful and can play at a number of spots just like the Seahawks like them. Theyfve had a nice little draft. B+

35 (98) Denver Justin Simmons
Justin Simmons FS Height: 6-2 Weight: 202 School: Boston College 70
With some great testing numbers at the scouting combine and a great frame, Simmons is a fascinating prospect. Think former Broncos S Rahim Moore, who has started games in the NFL but also bounced around and never played at a high level. Simmons might project similarly. C


ROUND FOUR

1 (99) Cleveland Joe Schobert
Joe Schobert OLB Height: 6-1 Weight: 244 School: Wisconsin 104

2 (100) Oakland Connor Cook
Connor Cook QB Height: 6-4 Weight: 217 School: Michigan State 77 from Browns via Titans and Eagles

3 (101) Dallas Charles Tapper
Charles Tapper DE Height: 6-3 Weight: 271 School: Oklahoma 119

4 (102) San Diego Joshua Perry
Joshua Perry ILB Height: 6-4 Weight: 254 School: Ohio State 69

5 (103) Jacksonville Sheldon Day
Sheldon Day DT Height: 6-1 Weight: 293 School: Notre Dame 120

6 (104) Baltimore Tavon Young
Tavon Young CB Height: 5-9 Weight: 183 School: Temple 105

7 (105) Kansas City
Parker Ehinger OG Height: 6-6 Weight: 310 School: Cincinnati from 49ers

8 (106) Kansas City
Eric Murray CB Height: 5-11 Weight: 199 School: Minnesota from Bucs via Bears

9 (107) Baltimore
Chris Moore WR Height: 6-1 Weight: 206 School: Cincinnati 159 from Dolphins

10 (108) Tampa Bay
Ryan Smith CB Height: 5-11 Weight: 189 School: North Carolina Central 126

11 (109) NY Giants
B.J. Goodson OLB Height: 6-1 Weight: 242 School: Clemson 166

12 (110) Los Angeles Tyler Higbee
Tyler Higbee TE Height: 6-6 Weight: 249 School: Western Kentucky 115

13 (111) Detroit
Miles Killebrew SS Height: 6-2 Weight: 217 School: Southern Utah 185

14 (112) New England Malcolm Mitchell
Malcolm Mitchell WR Height: 6-0 Weight: 198 School: Georgia 97 from Saints

15 (113) Chicago
Nick Kwiatkoski ILB Height: 6-2 Weight: 243 School: West Virginia 86 from Rams via Eagles and Titans

16 (114) Cleveland
Ricardo Louis WR Height: 6-2 Weight: 215 School: Auburn from Raiders

17 (115) Atlanta
De'Vondre Campbell OLB Height: 6-4 Weight: 232 School: Minnesota

18 (116) Indianapolis Hassan Ridgeway
Hassan Ridgeway DT Height: 6-3 Weight: 303 School: Texas 106

19 (117) Los Angeles Pharoh Cooper
Pharoh Cooper WR Height: 5-11 Weight: 203 School: South Carolina 125 from Bears via Bills

20 (118) NY Jets Juston Burris
Juston Burris CB Height: 6-0 Weight: 212 School: North Carolina State 99

21 (119) Houston
Tyler Ervin RB Height: 5-10 Weight: 192 School: San Jose State 162

22 (120) New Orleans
David Onyemata DT Height: 6-4 Weight: 300 School: Manitoba 130 from Redskins

23 (121) Minnesota
Willie Beavers OT Height: 6-4 Weight: 324 School: Western Michigan

24 (122) Cincinnati Andrew Billings
Andrew Billings DT Height: 6-1 Weight: 311 School: Baylor 7

25 (123) Pittsburgh
Jerald Hawkins OT Height: 6-6 Weight: 305 School: LSU

26 (124) Chicago
Deon Bush FS Height: 6-0 Weight: 199 School: Miami (FL) from Seahawks

27 (125) Indianapolis
Antonio Morrison ILB Height: 6-1 Weight: 232 School: Florida from Packers

28 (126) Kansas City
Demarcus Robinson WR Height: 6-1 Weight: 203 School: Florida 151

29 (127) Chicago
Deiondre' Hall CB Height: 6-2 Weight: 199 School: Northern Iowa from Patriots

30 (128) Arizona
Evan Boehm C Height: 6-2 Weight: 309 School: Missouri

31 (129) Cleveland
Derrick Kindred FS Height: 5-10 Weight: 207 School: TCU 183 from Panthers

32 (130) Baltimore
Alex Lewis OT Height: 6-6 Weight: 312 School: Nebraska 148 from Broncos

33 (131) Green Bay
Blake Martinez ILB Height: 6-2 Weight: 237 School: Stanford 173 compensatory

34 (132) Baltimore Willie Henry
Willie Henry DT Height: 6-3 Weight: 303 School: Michigan 84 compensatory

35 (133) San Francisco
Rashard Robinson CB Height: 6-1 Weight: 171 School: LSU compensatory

36 (134) Baltimore Kenneth Dixon
Kenneth Dixon RB Height: 5-10 Weight: 215 School: Louisiana Tech 27 compensatory

37 (135) Dallas
Dak Prescott QB Height: 6-2 Weight: 226 School: Mississippi State compensatory

38 (136) Denver
Devontae Booker RB Height: 5-11 Weight: 219 School: Utah 155 compensatory

39 (137) Green Bay Dean Lowry
Dean Lowry DE Height: 6-6 Weight: 296 School: Northwestern 60 compensatory

40 (138) Cleveland
Seth Devalve TE Height: 6-4 Weight: 245 School: Princeton compensatory

41 (139) Buffalo
Cardale Jones QB Height: 6-5 Weight: 253 School: Ohio State 139 compensatory


ROUND FIVE

1 (140) Tennessee
Tajae Sharpe WR Height: 6-2 Weight: 194 School: Massachusetts

2 (141) Carolina
Zack Sanchez CB Height: 5-11 Weight: 185 School: Oklahoma 181 from Browns

3 (142) San Francisco Ronald Blair
Ronald Blair DE Height: 6-2 Weight: 284 School: Appalachian State 40

4 (143) Oakland
DeAndre Washington RB Height: 5-8 Weight: 204 School: Texas Tech

5 (144) Denver
Connor McGovern OG Height: 6-4 Weight: 306 School: Missouri 128

6 (145) San Francisco
John Theus OT Height: 6-6 Weight: 313 School: Georgia

7 (146) Baltimore
Matthew Judon DE Height: 6-3 Weight: 275 School: Grand Valley State 113 from Jaguars

8 (147) Seattle
Quinton Jefferson DT Height: 6-4 Weight: 291 School: Maryland from Patriots via Dolphins

9 (148) Tampa Bay
Caleb Benenoch OT Height: 6-5 Weight: 305 School: UCLA

10 (149) NY Giants Paul Perkins
Paul Perkins RB Height: 5-10 Weight: 208 School: UCLA 91

11 (150) Chicago Jordan Howard
Jordan Howard RB Height: 6-0 Weight: 230 School: Indiana 122

12 (151) Detroit Joe Dahl
Joe Dahl OG Height: 6-4 Weight: 304 School: Washington State 82

13 (152) Washington
Matthew Ioannidis DT Height: 6-3 Weight: 299 School: Temple from Saints

14 (153) Philadelphia
Wendell Smallwood RB Height: 5-10 Weight: 208 School: West Virginia

15 (154) Cleveland
Jordan Payton WR Height: 6-1 Weight: 207 School: UCLA 164 from Raiders

17 (155) Indianapolis
Joe Haeg OT Height: 6-6 Weight: 304 School: North Dakota State

18 (156) Buffalo
Jonathan Williams RB Height: 5-11 Weight: 220 School: Arkansas 196

20 (157) Tennessee
LeShaun Sims CB Height: 6-0 Weight: 203 School: Southern Utah 180 from Broncos via Jets

21 (158) NY Jets
Brandon Shell OT Height: 6-5 Weight: 324 School: South Carolina from Redskins

22 (159) Houston
K.J. Dillon SS Height: 5-10 Weight: 210 School: West Virginia 90

23 (160) Minnesota Kentrell Brothers
Kentrell Brothers OLB Height: 5-10 Weight: 245 School: Missouri 124

24 (161) Cincinnati
Christian Westerman OG Height: 6-3 Weight: 298 School: Arizona State 59

25 (162) Kansas City
Kevin Hogan QB Height: 6-3 Weight: 218 School: Stanford 140

26 (163) Green Bay
Trevor Davis WR Height: 6-1 Weight: 188 School: California

27 (164) Philadelphia
Halapoulivaati Vaitai OT Height: 6-6 Weight: 320 School: TCU 131

28 (165) Kansas City
Tyreek Hill WR Height: 5-10 Weight: 185 School: West Alabama

29 (166) Houston D.J. Reader
D.J. Reader DT Height: 6-3 Weight: 327 School: Clemson 116

30 (167) Arizona
Marqui Christian SS Height: 5-10 Weight: 196 School: Midwestern State

31 (168) Cleveland
Spencer Drango OG Height: 6-6 Weight: 315 School: Baylor from Panthers

32 (169) Detroit
Antwione Williams OLB Height: 6-3 Weight: 245 School: Georgia Southern

33 (170) Arizona
Cole Toner T Height: 6-5 Weight: 306 School: Harvard

34 (171) Seattle Alex Collins
Alex Collins RB Height: 5-10 Weight: 217 School: Arkansas 146

35 (172) Cleveland Rashard Higgins
Rashard Higgins WR Height: 6-1 Weight: 196 School: Colorado State 127

36 (173) Cleveland
Trey Caldwell CB Height: 5-9 Weight: 188Sch/Ctry: Louisiana-Monroe

37 (174) San Francisco
Fahn Cooper OT Height: 6-4 Weight: 303 School: Mississippi

38 (175) San Diego Jatavis Brown
Jatavis Brown OLB Height: 5-11 Weight: 217 School: Akron 103


ROUND SIX

1 (176) Denver
Andy Janovich FB Height: 6-1 Weight: 238 School: Nebraska from Titans via Browns

2 (177) Los Angeles
Temarrick Hemingway TE Height: 6-5 Weight: 244 School: South Carolina State 88 from Titans

3 (178) Kansas City
D.J. White CB Height: 5-11 Weight: 193 School: Georgia Tech from Cowboys via 49ers

4 (179) San Diego
Drew Kaser P Height: 6-2 Weight: 212 School: Texas A&M

5 (180) Minnesota
Moritz Boehringer WR Height: 6-4 Weight: 227Sch/Ctry: Germany from 49ers

6 (181) Jacksonville
Tyrone Holmes OLB Height: 6-4 Weight: 250 School: Montana 135

7 (182) Baltimore
Keenan Reynolds RB Height: 5-11 Weight: 205 School: Navy

8 (183) Tampa Bay
Devante Bond OLB Height: 6-1 Weight: 235 School: Oklahoma

9 (184) NY Giants Jerell Adams
Jerell Adams TE Height: 6-5 Weight: 247 School: South Carolina 132

10 (185) Chicago
DeAndre Houston-Carson FS Height: 6-1 Weight: 201 School: William & Mary 154

11 (186) Miami
Jakeem Grant WR Height: 5-8 Weight: 165 School: Texas Tech 199 from Vikings

12 (187) Washington
Nate Sudfeld QB Height: 6-6 Weight: 234 School: Indiana from Saints

13 (188) Minnesota
David Morgan II TE Height: 6-4 Weight: 262 School: UTSA from Eagles

14 (189) Dallas
Anthony Brown CB Height: 5-11 Weight: 192 School: Purdue from Raiders

15 (190) Los Angeles
Josh Forrest ILB Height: 6-3 Weight: 249 School: Kentucky

16 (191) Detroit
Jake Rudock QB Height: 6-3 Weight: 207 School: Michigan

17 (192) Buffalo
Kolby Listenbee WR Height: 6-0 Weight: 197 School: TCU

18 (193) Tennessee
Sebastian Tretola OG Height: 6-4 Weight: 314 School: Arkansas from Falcons

19 (194) Oakland
Cory James OLB Height: 6-0 Weight: 229 School: Colorado St. from Colts

20 (195) Atlanta
Wes Schweitzer G Height: 6-4 Weight: 300 School: San Jose St. from Texans via Jets

21 (196) Philadelphia
Blake Countess CB Height: 5-10 Weight: 180 School: Auburn 108 from Dolphins via Patriots and Texans

22 (197) Tampa Bay Dan Vitale
Dan Vitale FB Height: 6-1 Weight: 239 School: Northwestern 110 from Redskins

23 (198) San Diego
Derek Watt FB Height: 6-2 Weight: 236 School: Wisconsin from Vikings

24 (199) Cincinnati
Cody Core WR Height: 6-3 Weight: 205 School: Mississippi

25 (200) Green Bay
Kyle Murphy OT Height: 6-6 Weight: 305 School: Stanford 136

26 (201) Jacksonville
Brandon Allen QB Height: 6-1 Weight: 217 School: Arkansas 142 from Steelers

27 (202) Detroit
Anthony Zettel DT Height: 6-4 Weight: 277 School: Penn State from Seahawks

28 (203) Kansas City
Dadi Nicolas DE Height: 6-3 Weight: 235 School: Virginia Tech

29 (204) Miami
Lucas Jordan SS Height: 6-0 Weight: 201 School: Penn St. from Patriots via Bears

30 (205) Arizona
Harlan Miller CB Height: 6-0 Weight: 182 School: Southeastern Louisiana

31 (206) Los Angeles Mike Thomas
Mike Thomas WR Height: 6-1 Weight: 200 School: Southern Miss 92 from Bears via Panthers

32 (207) San Francisco
Jeff Driskel QB Height: 6-4 Weight: 234 School: Louisiana Tech from Broncos

33 (208) New England
Kamu Grugier-Hall OLB Height: 6-2 Weight: 215 School: Eastern Illinois compensatory

34 (209) Baltimore
Maurice Canady CB Height: 6-1 Weight: 193 School: Virginia 174 compensatory

35 (210) Detroit
Jimmy Landes LS Height: 6-1 Weight: 240 School: Baylor compensatory

36 (211) San Francisco
Kelvin Taylor RB Height: 5-10 Weight: 207 School: Florida compensatory

37 (212) Dallas
Kavon Frazier SS Height: 6-0 Weight: 217 School: Central Michigan 182 compensatory

38 (213) San Francisco
Aaron Burbridge WR Height: 6-0 Weight: 206 School: Michigan State compensatory

39 (214) New England
Elandon Roberts ILB Height: 6-0 Weight: 235 School: Houston compensatory

40 (215) Seattle
Joey Hunt C Height: 6-0 Weight: 295 School: TCU compensatory

41 (216) Dallas
Darius Jackson RB Height: 6-0 Weight: 221 School: Eastern Michigan 190 compensatory

42 (217) Dallas
Rico Gathers TE Height: 6-8 Weight: 275 School: Baylor compensatory

43 (218) Buffalo
Kevon Seymour CB Height: 5-11 Weight: 186 School: USC compensatory

44 (219) Denver
Will Parks SS Height: 6-1 Weight: 194 School: Arizona 186 compensatory

45 (220) Pittsburgh
Travis Feeney OLB Height: 6-4 Weight: 230 School: Washington 194 compensatory

46 (221) New England
Ted Karras OG Height: 6-3 Weight: 307 School: Illinois compensatory


ROUND SEVEN

1 (222) Tennessee
Aaron Wallace OLB Height: 6-3 Weight: 240 School: UCLA 189

2 (223) Miami
Brandon Doughty QB Height: 6-3 Weight: 213Sch/Ctry: Western Kentucky from Browns

3 (224) San Diego
Donavon Clark G Height: 6-4 Weight: 315 School: Michigan St.

4 (225) New England
Devin Lucien WR Height: 6-2 Weight: 195 School: Arizona St. From Seahawks via Cowboys

5 (226) Jacksonville
Jonathan Woodard DE Height: 6-6 Weight: 271 School: Central Arkansas

6 (227) Minnesota
Stephen Weatherly OLB Height: 6-4 Weight: 267 School: Vanderbilt from Dolphins via Ravens

7 (228) Denver
Riley Dixon P Height: 6-4 Weight: 221 School: Syracuse from 49ers

8 (229) Pittsburgh
DeMarcus Ayers WR Height: 5-9 Weight: 182 School: Houston from Giants

9 (230) Chicago
Daniel Braverman WR Height: 5-10 Weight: 177 School: Western Michigan 100

10 (231) Miami
Thomas Duarte TE Height: 6-2 Weight: 231 School: UCLA 158

11 (232) Washington Steven Daniels
Steven Daniels ILB Height: 5-11 Weight: 243 School: Boston College 133 from Buccaneers

12 (233) Philadelphia Jalen Mills
Jalen Mills FS Height: 6-0 Weight: 191 School: LSU 47

13 (234) Oakland
Vadal Alexander OG Height: 6-5 Weight: 326 School: LSU

14 (235) NY Jets
Lac Edwards P Height: 6-4 Weight: 209 School: Sam Houston State From Rams via Texans and Broncos

15 (236) Detroit
Dwayne Washington RB Height: 6-2 Weight: 226 School: Washington

16 (237) New Orleans Daniel Lasco
Daniel Lasco RB Height: 6-0 Weight: 209 School: California 123

17 (238) Atlanta
Devin Fuller WR Height: 6-0 Weight: 194 School: UCLA

18 (239) Indianapolis
Trevor Bates LB Height: 6-2 Weight: 245 School: Maine

19 (240) Philadelphia
Alex McCalister DE Height: 6-6 Weight: 239 School: Florida from Vikings via Bills

20 (241) NY Jets Charone Peake
Charone Peake WR Height: 6-2 Weight: 209 School: Clemson 96

21 (242) Washington
Keith Marshall RB Height: 5-11 Weight: 219 School: Georgia 160

22 (243) Seattle
Kenny Lawler WR Height: 6-2 Weight: 203 School: California from Patriots via Texans

23 (244) Minnesota
Jayron Kearse SS Height: 6-4 Weight: 216 School: Clemson

24 (245) Cincinnati
Clayton Fejedelem SS Height: 6-1 Weight: 200 School: Illinois 176

25 (246) Pittsburgh
Tyler Matakevich OLB Height: 6-0 Weight: 238 School: Temple

26 (247) Seattle
Zac Brooks RB Height: 6-1 Weight: 200 School: Clemson

27 (248) Indianapolis Austin Blythe
Austin Blythe C Height: 6-2 Weight: 291 School: Iowa 101 from Packers

28 (249) San Francisco
Prince Charles Iworah CB Height: 5-9 Weight: 192Sch/Ctry: Western Kentucky from Chiefs

29 (250) Cleveland
Scooby Wright III ILB Height: 6-0 Weight: 239 School: Arizona 200 From Dolphins via Patriots

30 (251) Philadelphia
Joe Walker ILB Height: 6-2 Weight: 236 School: Oregon from Cardinals

31 (252) Carolina
Beau Sandland TE Height: 6-4 Weight: 253 School: Montana State 169

32 (253) Tennessee
Kalan Reed CB Height: 5-11 Weight: 192 School: Southern Miss 153 from Broncos


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