Wednesday, January 16, 2013

2013 NFL Mock Draft (4 Rounds)

*Update* (4 Rounds)



1st Round

1. Kansas City Chiefs – Geno Smith QB West Virginia

All the QB’s are going to be drafted higher than many think.  In today’s NFL if you don’t have a QB, you have a problem and this will lead to teams taking risks on the high upside QB rather than the safe position player. The Chiefs roster is loaded with talent; the major problem is at QB.  So Andy Reid starts off with a QB rather than the safe Left Tackle in Luke Joeckel.  You don’t want a LT Jake Long/QB Chad Henne combo over QB Matt Ryan (not that Geno Smith is the prospect Matt Ryan was, you get the idea)

Geno Smith (6’3 220) has the size/speed/arm to be a Franchise QB.  Like every other QB in this class he is very inconsistent but Smith splashes these big throws at times that give him the “upside” factor.  Left Tackle only becomes a need if Albert leaves via free agency. A WR should be picked later with the impending loss of Bowe.

2. Jacksonville Jaguars – Star Lotulelie DT Utah

The Jags need a QB but unless Geno Smith falls, I think they trade down or wait until the first pick in round two.  Star Lotulelie (6’4, 325) is a massive DT who lives in the backfield with great explosion off the line, has drawn comparisons to DT Suh.  Personally, I have Lotulelie as the #1 prospect in the draft.

3. Oakland Raiders – Damontre Moore DE/OLB Texas A&M

A pure pass-rusher with experience at OLB and DE.  With their lack of playmakers on the D-Line and pending free agents, they could use multiple picks on the D-Line.  Pick should come down to DT Lotulelie and DE Moore (6’4, 250).  If QB Geno Smith somehow falls, I think the Raiders pull the trigger on the QB.


4. Philadelphia Eagles – Luke Joeckel OT Texas A&M

A Jake Long talent and maybe the best prospect in the draft (I have him as the #2 prospect).  The Eagles need O-Line help with the uncertainty of Jason Peters coming back from injury.  LT Joeckel (6‘6, 310) can protect the blind side for the next 10 years, he’s the total package.  QB Geno Smith would be intriguing for new Head Coach Chip Kelly, if he falls.  OLB Moore and CB Dee Milliner make sense as far as team needs. *Update: with the switch to the 3-4 defense a true NT is now a need.


5. Detroit Lions –Bjoern Werner DE/OLB Florida St

CB and O-Line are needs but the Lions go best player available.  Drawing comparisons to DE Chris Long.  He can play in the 4-3 at DE (Jags/Lions) or the 3-4 (Browns) as the pass rushing OLB.  Werner (6”4, 255) continues to move up draft boards.  The tape shows an instinctive knowledge of his position as he loves to knock down passes like JJ Watt when he knows he can’t get to the QB.



6. Cleveland Browns – Jarvis Jones OLB Georgia

A true sack machine who can be used like OLB Von Miller of the Broncos in a 4-3 or rush linebacker in the 3-4. An elite pass-rusher improves every level of the defense.  Jones (6’3, 240) has an explosive first step off the snap and used speed more than power in college.

*Medical issues are a red flag so his stock could drop but I’m no doctor and I can’t move a top talent down draft boards unless team doctors do



7. Arizona Cardinals – Matt Barkley QB USC

Yup, it’s early and I think it will happen.  Sure it’s a reach but Barkley (6’2, 220) won’t be available for the Cards second round pick and the top 4 QB’s could all be gone in the first 33 picks.  They need to take a chance and stop wasting WR Larry Fitzgerald/Floyd.  The other clear option here is LT Eric Fisher.

Barkley is pro-ready (West Coast) and very accurate.  He doesn’t have any remarkable tools (Height/ Speed/Arm).  We’ve seen reaches before and we’ll see it again this year.  He’s a better prospect than USC QB’s Sanchez and Lienart but not on the level of a Carson Palmer.  His experience (starter since a freshman) will be a big plus in the eyes of scouts.  QB Glennon may be a better fit for the new vertical passing scheme but I see Barkley as a slightly better prospect.



8. Buffalo Bills – Mike Glennon QB North Carolina St

The Bills GM Buddy Nix has told us he’s taking a Franchise QB.  I think that’s Glennon in round one as opposed to the new Head Coaches former Syracuse’s QB Ryan Nassib in round 1, 2 or 3. 

Glennon (6’6, 205) is the top classic pocket/vertical passing QB in the class and could jump all the way to #1 come draft day.  His decision making is the big question mark and watching his game tape he is wildly inconsistent.  The tools are there to be a good starter and your hearing poor man’s Joe Flacco or Ryan Mallet as a comparison. *Update: Good Senior Bowl, powerful arm and good deep ball.  Clearly needs to put on weight and find a weight room.


9. New York Jets – Barkevious Mingo DE/OLB LSU

I want to give them a QB or WR but it has become clear that Rex Ryan is in charge and runs the whole show/circus.  Plus, the Jets could do something wild (unlikely) like sign Vick if he’s released by the Eagles. 

They have wanted an OLB pass-rusher for years and Mingo (6’5, 240) is the best available.  Mingo has survived on his athletic ability so far and been great; he now needs to work on shedding blocks when initially shut down.  They have to take a QB somewhere in this draft (Round 2).*Update: Other pass-rushers are climbing (BYU DE/OLB Ziggy Ansah)


10. Tennessee Titans – Dee Milliner CB Alabama

Interior O-Line, D-Line and the secondary are need areas.  The #1 corner in the draft lands with the Titans who have a need at the position.  The top Guard (Warmack) or 4-3 DE could also be considered here.

Miller is a big (6’1, 200) physical corner who has all the tools to be a shutdown corner.  He excels in run support while still keeping up as a cover corner.  Milliner played well against the best the SEC had to offer and is so polished and ahead of every other CB in this draft that he could go anywhere from pick 3 to the Titans at 10.


11. San Diego Chargers – Eric Fisher OT Western Michigan

They must improve the O-Line to protect Rivers and a least give the talented QB a chance to succeed.  This is no longer high for Fisher, with OT’s Lewan and Matthews returning to college, he’s clearly the #2 LT prospect.  *Stock up (6’7, 305/Long arms), dominate at Senior Bowl.  No longer looks like a reach, scouts buzz that he could contend as top overall Left Tackle.


12. Miami Dolphins – Codarrelle Patterson WR Tennessee

A true #1 WR is a huge need since the trade of Brandon Marshall.  Even if they lose LT Jack Long they can move Jon Martin to LT and pick a RT later.  If they sign one of the big WR free agents this pick could change.  Other options are a top CB/Safety/Rush OLB.

Patterson has the most upside of any WR in the draft and will battle Keenan Allen as the first WR off the board. 


13. Tampa Bay Buccaneers –Johnthan Banks CB Mississippi St

With the trade of CB Talib to the Patriots, corner is a huge need and they really could use two starting CB’s. 

This is early for Banks but the lack of top tier CB’s this year moves him up the board.  Banks is a big (6’2, 185), physical corner and instant starter.  *Update: Stock may drop as other CB’s rise (Trufant/Rhodes).


14. Carolina Panthers – Sheldon Richardson DT Missouri

The Panthers have needed help at DT for years and the mid round DT picks have not been kind or produced successful starting caliber lineman.

Richardson is more of a pass rushing DT than run stuffing and his upside is huge due to this pure athletic ability.


15. New Orleans Saints – Ezekiel “Ziggy” Ansah DE BYU

The saints need help all along the D-Line as they are near the bottom of the league in pass/run defense.  *Update: Looks like the Saints will be switching to the 3-4 Defense.  DL/Rush OLB/Secondary all look to be strong options.

I think this is a steal at this point of the draft; Ziggy Ansah has the look of Jason Pierre-Paul 2.0 as far as raw ability.  He stands 6’6 and 270 lbs. with absolutely freakish athletic ability and could develop into an elite pass rusher as he gets more football under his belt.  Right now he is more skilled in the run game with insane closing speed, the pass rush is not there yet and he needs to develop some moves.  He could easily fly up draft boards in the coming months.  Ziggy Ansah can play 4-3 DE, 5 technique in the 3-4 and rush OLB in the odd front.  At the Senior Bowl, he didn’t look good in practice but when it was game time and he could just go out and play and not think about technique he dominated and showed everything scouts are buzzing about (closing speed/athletic/playmaker).  *Update: Scouts are really split on Ansah, some see a clear Top 10 pick while others say he’s too raw and will be taken in the late teens (Giants).  I see a clear Top 5-10 talent and that’s without any real pass rush moves.


16. St. Louis Rams – Chance Warmack G Alabama

O-line, WR and Safety are all option here.  Guards rarely go this high but Warmack (6’3, 320) is the best interior O-Line prospect to come out in years; he could go as high as the Titans at 10 or even the Cardinals at 7.  Yeah, he’s that good.


17. Pittsburgh Steelers – Dion Jordan DE/OLB Oregon

Giving the Steelers a big time pass-rushing OLB is always a good call and Jordan (6’6, 240) is the BPA at a position they covet.

 Jordan could go as high as the Jets if he checks out medically (Shoulder).  A high upside pass-rusher who still has room to put on weight, he can play 4-3 DE or OLB in the 3-4.


18. Dallas Cowboys – Sharrif Floyd DT Florida

Team needs include interior O-Line, D-Line and Safety.  They are changing Defensive schemes and will now run and base 4-3 cover 2 Defense.  They now need the players to fit the scheme and a true DT will go a long way to ease the transition.  Jay Ratliff’s future was uncertain to begin with and now a DWI could land him out of Dallas, making D-Line an even bigger need.

Florida DT Sharrif Floyd has great upside; he’s only 20 years old and already flashes dominance with his athletic ability, burst off the line and ability to collapse the pocket.  He’s played both DE and DT which just proves his athletic ability is off the charts for such a big guy.  *Update: Lots of buzz that Floyd could fly up boards, possibly into the top 10



19. New York Giants – Alec Ogletree LB Georgia

The Giants have needs at D-Line, Linebacker, Corner and O-Line.  O-Line becomes a big issue if the Giants can’t resign LT Beatty and LG Booth, RT Diehl could be cut but RT James Brewer could step in.  At DE, Osi is out and Justin Tuck had a down year.  CB Corey Webster was truly awful and hard to watch and the Giants have needed Linebackers forever.  The best available DE is the most likely scenario but BYU DE Ziggy Ansah is off the board.  LB options include Teo/Ogletree; DE here could be Texas DE Alex Oakfor and the last true Left Tackle here would be Oklahoma’s Lane Johnson.

Ogletree (6’3, 225) is the total package.  A three down linebacker with sideline to sideline speed and he can play all three LB positions (I see a middle linebacker or Sam backer in the 4-3.  Good size/speed and a nose for the football.  *Stock up



20. Chicago Bears – Jonathan Cooper G North Carolina

O-Line, O-Line, O-Line.  The Bears need upgrades across the line and need to give Cutler a chance.  Cooper is a good start.  They could look for a future MLB like Manti Teo/Ogletree but the line has to be the top priority.



21. Cincinnati Bengals –Kenny Vaccaro S Texas

The Bengals have been one of the best drafting teams over the last few years and will be looking to load up with all their picks. What a great pick-up in LB Vontez Burfict as an undrafted free agent last year.  Need areas are a 3 down RB, DE, Safety and LB. If they lose DE Michael Johnson via free agency the best available DE makes sense (DE Alex Oakfor).  It’s a bit early for a RB here and if LB Malaluga leaves a LB like Ogletree could be the pick. 

Kenny Vaccaro is the clear cut #1 Safety in the draft and for good reason.  He is a true difference maker on D in the mold of Troy Polamalu.  He has all the tools, size/speed and great football instincts.  *Stock up, scouts say he could go top 10.


22. St. Louis Rams (via Redskins) –Keenan Allen WR California

The Rams could go a lot of different ways with this pick (Safety, O-line) but giving Sam Bradford another weapon can only help. 

Keenan Allen is battling Tennessee WR Codarrelle Patterson for the #1 WR prospect spot in the draft.  Allen, 6’3, 200lbs, has all the traits you look for in a WR with great Height/Weight/Speed and production.  Not elite speed but can create space off the line.


23. Minnesota Vikings – Terrance Williams WR Baylor

The Vikings need a true #1 WR to compliment Harvin, Peterson and Rudolf.  They just need to continue to surround Ponder with weapons to maximize his potential.  Other options include DT or CB.

Williams (6’2, 200lbs) matches great size with speed and is a better prospect then last year Baylor 1st rounder Kendall Wright.  The Vikings should take the best available WR to make this offense the juggernaut it can be with Adrian Peterson. 

24. Indianapolis Colts – Lane Johnson OT Oklahoma

Protect Andrew Luck at all cost, he’s the franchise.  DT and Safety are also big needs but keeping Luck off the turf has to be the top priority. Wilt the loss of their second round pick (Vonte Davis) they could trade down and still get their player. 

*Stock up (6’6, 302/Left Tackle), could eventually move into mid-1st round (Giants) with lack of elite Left Tackles.


25. Seattle Seahawks – DeAndre Hopkins WR Clemson

Tough to mock for the Seahawks, they have their own draft board and it’s proved to be extremely successful.  They could go WR, OT, TE or DE/DT. 

A difference maker at WR like Hopkins, who can really stretch the field, would greatly benefit Russell Wilson.


26. Green Bay Packers –Jonathan Hankins DT Ohio St

O-line/D-Line/Linebacker are needs and TE Finley could leave via free agency.  The Packers can take the best player available here and shore up the D-Line.  If Finley does leave then TE’s Tyler Eifert/Zach Ertz should be considered.  A true Left Tackle like Lane Johnson would be considered if available. 



27. Houston Texans – Kevin Minter ILB LSU

A #2 WR is still a need but an impact inside linebacker could bring the Texans D back to last year’s dominance   Cushing is coming off an injury so Minter could be insurance and eventual starter alongside Cushing.



28. Denver Broncos – Kawann Short DT Purdue

After watching the playoffs its clear Champ Baily is on the decline and CB is a need area along with DT and OG.  I think the best available DT or CB like Trufant/Rhodes. 

*Stock up, DT Short has been impressive with his quick burst off the line and ability to be explosive (great hands) and make plays in the backfield.


29. New England Patriots –Tavon Austin WR West Virginia

It looks like Wes Welker will be back for one more year but Austin is a Wes Welker clone and could replace him down the road.  Austin (5’9, 175) is the ideal slot receiver but can start outside and stretch the field for Brady.  Another offensive weapon would be scary to this already dynamic offense.  Corners Desmond Trufant or Xavier Rhodes fit BB’s scheme and would make a lot of sense here.

I think the #1 option here would be to trade down (to a team looking for a QB) and get their player in Round 2 while recouping some of the mid-round picks they lost through trades.


30. Atlanta Falcons – Sam Montgomery DE LSU

Needs include D-Line, TE, RB and some help on the O-Line.

I think the #1 priority is to find another pass-rusher; DE Abraham has battled through injuries and Montgomery could be his eventual replacement down the road.

A TE could be in the mix but it’s a deep draft for TE’s and to be honest Tony G is showing no signs of slowing down, he’s actually getting better if that’s even possible.

31. Baltimore Ravens –Manti Teo ILB Notre Dame

Ray Lewis is in his final season and it’s time to find his replacement.  If Ed Reed leaves, a Safety could be in play here (Florida S Elam).

And now we get to Manti Teo, this is one crazy story and his draft stock is all over the place right now.  The interview process becomes HUGE for him now as teams try and figure out what kind of guy he really is off the field.  The talent is there and should trump any character concerns come draft day. *Update: Really struggled against Alabama’s pro like O-Line, Ogletree and Minter could pass him. 

32. San Francisco 49ers – John Jenkins NT/DT Georgia

The 49ers have a great defense but lack depth on the D-Line.  Jenkins goes 6’3, 350lbs and is just a massive human being with good athleticism working inside in the 3-4 Defense or DT in a 4-3. Vince Wilfork type frame.  *Stock up, could go as high as Panthers at 14.


Round 2


33. Jacksonville Jaguars – Tyler Wilson QB Arkansas

Stock up as far as height/weight (6’2).  He’s still in the conversation to be the top QB chosen; he has the arm and makeup to be a starter.  His film is inconsistent (as is every QB this year) deep ball accuracy is a problem and his O-Line was truly awful this year forcing a lot of ill-advised throws which is making him an even tougher evaluations for scouts.

34. Kansas City Chiefs – Justin Hunter WR Tennessee

WR Bowe could leave via free agency.  Injuries throughout college drop Hunter a bit.

35. Philadelphia Eagles – Matt Elam S Florida

Could go late 1st

36. Detroit Lions – Barrett Jones C/G Alabama

Jones is the most versatile O-Lineman in the draft and has played all 5 positions along the line. 

37. Cincinnati Bengals (via Raiders) –Giovanni Bernard RB North Carolina

Still the top RB in the draft, for now.


Cleveland Browns – *(2012 Supplemental Draft)

38. Arizona Cardinals – Meneilk Watson OT Florida St

Stock up, Big/athletic former Basketball player.  He has everything you want in a Left Tackle.


39. New York Jets – EJ Manuel QB Florida State

Stock up, Good Senior Bowl.  At 6’4, 220 he has all the physical tools and should continue to climb draft boards, I expect someone to take a chance on him in round 2.  His game tape is wildly inconsistent; he needs a good coach and a few years



40. Tennessee Titans – Larry Warford G Kentucky

Stock up (6’3, 333).  A Big mauler, very impressive on film with his ability to just manhandle defensive tackles.  Interior O-Line is a need.


41. Buffalo Bills –Da’Rick Rogers WR Tennessee Tech

More WR options for the young QB.  WR Rodgers started off at Tennessee then transferred to Tech.

42. Miami Dolphins – Tyler Eifert TE Notre Dame

TE Tyler Eifert should be a strong consideration here.  He’s battling Stanford’s TE Zach Ertz as the first TE off the board. Either TE could easily go late in the 1st round.

43. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Xavier Rhodes CB Florida St

Rhodes is a big, physical, athletic corner who could really rise up the draft during the combine/team workouts.  *Other CB’s seem to be pushing him down draft boards (Desmond Trufant on the rise) but the scouting process should be good to Rhodes given his physical gifts.


44. Carolina Panthers – DJ Fluker OT Alabama

Stock up (6’4, 355/long arms), could move into the 1st round.

45. San Diego Chargers – Sylvester Williams DT North Carolina

Stock up, great Senior Bowl


New Orleans Saints – *Forfeited (Bounty)

46. St. Louis Rams – Eric Reid S LSU

Stock up

47. Pittsburgh Steelers – Eddie Lacy RB Alabama

Could be 2nd RB off the board

48. Dallas Cowboys – Dallas Thomas OG/OT Tennessee

Looks like he will kick inside to Guard (6’5, 305/Guard), which is a big need for the Cowboys.


49. New York Giants – Margus Hunt DE SMU

Stock up (6’8, 277) Physical Freak/Raw with untapped potential.  May be better suited as a 5 Technique in the 3-4 D.  I’m Leaving him here for now as a LE in the 4-3.

50. Chicago Bears – Zach Ertz TE Stanford

Stock up, could go late 1st round

51. Cincinnati Bengals – Alex Oakfor DE Texas

Stock up, most scouts say 1st round eventually

52. Washington Redskins – Desmond Trufant CB Washington

Stock up, possible 1st round


53. Minnesota Vikings – Jesse Williams DT Alabama

Stock up

54. Miami Dolphins (via Colts) – Phillip Thomas S Fresno St

Stock up, Round 2

55. Green Bay Packers – Justin Pugh OG/OT Syracuse

Stock down as a Left Tackle/ Stock up at Guard (6’4, 305/short arms, guard), May not make it at Left Tackle but could be impact Guard. Better version of Giants David Diehl.

56. Seattle Seahawks – Corey Lemonier DE/OLB Auburn

Stock up


57. Houston Texans – Arthur Brown OLB Kansas St

Stock up, Round 1/2

58. Denver Broncos –Jamar Taylor CB Boise St

Stock up.  Secondary help is needed at every level


59. New England Patriots – David Amerson CB/S North Carolina

A big, 6’3 corner who could end up at Safety.  Great size and versatility.

60. Atlanta Falcons – Bennie Logan DT LSU

Stock up, could go late-1st round

61. Baltimore Ravens – Travis Frederick OG/C Wisconsin

62. San Francisco 49ers – TJ McDonald S USC

Stock up, big/physical safety.



Round 3



63. Kansas City Chiefs – Chris Faulk OT LSU

Stock up


64. Jacksonville Jaguars – Brennan Williams OT North Carolina


65. Detroit Lions – Logan Ryan CB Rutgers


66. Oakland Raiders – Kyle Long OT Oregon

Stock up (Room to grow/Howie Longs son)

67. Philadelphia Eagles – Jordan Poyer CB Oregon St


68. Cleveland Browns – Ryan Nassib QB Syracuse

Stock down (6’2), Andy Dalton comparisons.  Nassib could go as high as the Bills in round 1 or now round 2. Mixed reports from Senior Bowl, I’m not seeing any special tools and he just can’t throw the deep ball


69. Arizona Cardinals – Robert Woods WR USC

70. Tennessee Titans – Datone Jones DE UCLA

Stock up, great Senior Bowl


71. Buffalo Bills – Khaseem Greene LB Rutgers

Stock up, could climb to the top of the 2nd round.

72. New York Jets –Stepfan Taylor RB Stanford

Stock up (Doug Martin type/ 5’9, 216), complete 3 down RB.

73. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Michael Buchanan DE Illinois


74. San Francisco 49ers (via Panthers) – Marquise Goodwin WR Texas

Stock up, amazing speed. True vertical threat


75. New Orleans Saints – Akeem Spence DT Illinois

More D-Line help.

76. San Diego Chargers – Will Davis CB Utah State


77. Miami Dolphins – Brandon Jenkins DE/OLB Florida St


78. St. Louis Rams –Joseph Randle RB Oklahoma State


79. Pittsburgh Steelers – Shawn Williams SS Georgia


80. Dallas Cowboys –Jonathan Cyprien S Florida Int.

Stock up

81. New York Giants –Blidi Wren-Wilson CB Connecticut

Stock up, big/physical corner (6’1)

82. Miami Dolphins (via Bears) – Darius Slay, CB Mississippi State

Stock up, Round 2


83. Minnesota Vikings – Tank Carradine DE Florida St

Elite talent who is overcoming ACL injuries, clear 1st round ability when healthy.

84. Cincinnati Bengals – Markus Wheaton WR Oregon St

Stock up

85. Washington Redskins –Ricky Wagner OT Wisconsin


86. Indianapolis Colts – Bacarri Rambo S Georgia

Playmaker/ball hawk

87. Seattle Seahawks – Kwame Geathers DT Georgia


88. Green Bay Packers – Christine Michael RB Texas A&M

Stock up

89. Houston Texans – Stedman Bailey WR West Virginia

A solid #2 WR option.


90. Denver Broncos – Robert Lester S Alabama

Stock down, coverage concerns.


91. New England Patriots – Nickell Robey CB USC



92. Atlanta Falcons – Gavin Escobar TE San Diego ST

Stock way up, Round 2 or 3

93. Baltimore Ravens – Josh Evans S Florida St


94. San Francisco 49ers –Leon McFadden CB SD St.

Stock Up



Round 4




95. Jacksonville – Jawan Jamison RB Rutgers

Speed/change of pace back

96. Kansas City – A.J. Klein ILB Iowa State


97. Oakland – *Carrington Byndom CB Texas


98. Philadelphia – Jordan Hill, DT Penn State


99. Minnesota – Terry Hawthorne CB Illinois


100. Arizona –Jordan Reed TE Florida

Stock up (Aaron Hernandez comparisons).  Former QB still learning the position.

101. Cleveland – Tharold Simon CB LSU


102. Buffalo – Robert Alford, CB Southeastern Louisiana


103. New York Jets – Quinton Patton WR LA Tech

Stock up, Round 2

104. Tennessee – Levine Toilolo TE Stanford


105. Carolina – B.W. Webb CB William & Mary

Stock up

106. New Orleans – David Quessenberry, OT/G/C San Jose State

Stock up, versatile/interior O-Line

107. San Diego – William Gholston DE Michigan St


108. Miami – Tyrann Mathieu CB LSU

Stock all over the place, anywhere from round 3-7.

109. Tampa Bay –Gerald Hodges OLB Penn State


110. St. Louis – Chase Thomas OLB Stanford

Stock down

111. Dallas – Tyler Bray QB Tennessee


112. Pittsburgh – Brandon Williams DT Missouri Southern

Stock up, Round 2/3

113. New York Giants – Oday Aboushi OT Virginia

Stock down as LT after being pushed around at Senior Bowl.  Could land at RT or Guard.

114. Chicago – Kevin Reddick ILB North Carolina


115. Cincinnati – D.J. Swearinger FS South Carolina

Stock up

116. Washington – John Simon DE/OLB Ohio St


117. Minnesota – Mike Gillislee, RB Florida

Home run hitting RB

118. Indianapolis – Jackson Jeffcoat DE/OLB Texas


119. Green Bay – Jon Bostic ILB Florida


120. Seattle – Jelani Jenkins OLB Florida


121. Houston – Andre Ellington RB Clemson


122. Denver – Alvin Bailey G Arkansas


123. Tampa Bay – Le'Veon Bell RB Michigan State


124. Atlanta – Marcus Lattimore, RB South Carolina

If not for injuries he would be a 1st round pick.  Special talent, unfortunate injuries over the last two years

125. Baltimore – Xavier Nixon, OT Florida


126. San Francisco - Brian Winters, OT/G Kent State

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