Monday, March 16, 2015

7 Round 2015 NFL Mock Draft V.8.0

2015 NFL Mock Draft 8.0: 

7 Rounds

Updated 3/20/15


1. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Jameis Winston QB, Florida State 

Tampa Bay can land their franchise QB in the first round then add to the O-Line and D-Line in rounds 2 and 3.  Jameis Winston (similar to Ben Roethlisberger) seems to be locked in at #1 right now but Marcus Mariota has to be in the discussion.  The Bucs have released all their big ticket free agents from last year so building through the draft is even more crucial now with their lack of depth.

2. Tennessee Titans: Leonard Williams DE/DT, USC 

If the Titans feel they are set with Zach Mettenberger at QB they can take the top rated 5 technique (Leonard Williams) to build up the defense.  With OLB’s Morgan and Orakpo on board, it takes OLB out of the first round discussion.  Maybe this is an epic bluff and they actually love Mariota, similar to the Jags and Bortles last year.  A trade down with the Jets/Rams/Eagles makes sense if they can get a future #1 and 2nd this year. *Signed OLB Brian Orakpo, re-signed OLB Derrick Morgan.

3. Jacksonville Jaguars: Dante Fowler, Jr. DE/OLB, Florida

An Edge rusher or LEO linebacker to attack the QB makes the most sense with the 3rd overall pick.  O-Line can be addressed after the first round.  The Jags are in a great position to demand a king’s ransom for a team trying to trade up for Mariota.  Will they go safe (Fowler) or upside (Gregory/Beasley)?  The Jags have upgraded their interior D-Line and signed a huge weapon on offense with TE Julius Thomas.

4. Oakland Raiders: Amari Cooper WR, Alabama

Having a franchise QB with Carr in place makes life a lot easier.  The #1 WR (Cooper or White) on their board or a D-Lineman (Leonard Williams) to pair with stud LB Khalil Mack makes perfect sense.  The Raiders are another trade down candidate for a team desperate for a QB.

5. Washington Redskins: Vic Beasley DE/OLB, Clemson

A Right Tackle to pair with LT Trent Williams, an outside linebacker or the top safety in the draft all work with the 5th pick.  CB is a need but not with the 5th pick.  Free agency has improved NT, CB and Safety so it looks like OLB or trade down for a team that wants Marcus Mariota.  Some rumors that they will take QB Marcus Mariota here at 5.

6. New York Jets: Marcus Mariota QB, Oregon 

The Jets may have one of the two franchise QB’s fall to them at 6, run don’t walk that card up to the podium if that happens.  Or they can trade up a few spots if a team looks to jump them for Mariota.  The other option would be the top rated pass rushing outside linebacker. CB is no longer a need with the free agent signings of Revis, Cromartie and Buster Skrine.  The trade for WR Brandon Marshall eliminates WR as a need; I think it’s a great risk to take for a 5th round pick while also getting a 7th round pick back.  Picking up Guard James Carpenter is another great signing.

7. Chicago Bears: Danny Shelton NT/DT, Washington

The Bears need to add talent to the defense and players that fit their new 3-4 scheme; DE, NT, OLB, another corner and a safety.  Now add WR as a need after the Brandon Marshall trade. *Free Agency has filled needs at OLB and FS.

8. Atlanta Falcons: Shane Ray DE/OLB, Missouri

Addressing the pass rush has to be the #1 priority in round 1 even though they have done a great job attacking that area in free agency.  Another O-Lineman would make sense here but rounds 2-4 seems more likely.  Running Back, TE and another CB seem to be on the radar after round one.

9. New York Giants: Randy Gregory DE/OLB, Nebraska

The Giants need one more O-Lineman to solidify the line; they should also look at the top rated pass rusher even with the return of JPP.  Safety (Landon Collins) is a big need after missing out in Free Agency and a future middle linebacker would look good in round 2 or 3.  The GMen always take the top rated player on their board and that could actually be a WR here in round one with Amari Cooper, Kevin White or DeVante Parker.  If it is O-Line I would bet on La’el Collins over Scherff or Peat.  I still like DE/OLB Bud Dupree here if the top four Edge rushers fly off the board.  GM Jerry Reese has consistently said he will look at a playmaker (WR/DE) at the top of the draft rather than interior O-Line.

10. St. Louis Rams: Kevin White WR, West Virginia

Adding to the O-Line or a WR/CB makes sense.  The Rams really have a good roster and now have QB Nick Foles to compete in the west.  *Some rumors that they might trade up for QB Marcus Mariota.  *Added DT Nick Fairley to an already stacked D-Line.

11. Minnesota Vikings: La’el Collins OT/OG, LSU

O-Line may be the biggest need with the regression of LT Matt Kalil along with another CB, Safety and Inside linebacker.  I thought the idea of reuniting Bridgewater with college teammate WR DeVante Parker or picking High School teammate Amari Cooper was a lock here but the trade for WR Mike Wallace seems to take them out of the mix for a 1st round WR. 

12. Cleveland Browns: DeVante Parker WR, Louisville

The Browns need a #1 WR, even with the signing of Dwayne Bowe, and a TE to replace Jordan Cameron.  Interior D-Line and linebackers should be addressed also, along with a Right Tackle.  They can’t draft DGB so they have to hope one of the top 3 WR’s falls to 12 or they may have to reach at 19.  If they don’t trade up for Mariota this pick should be a WR or NT.

13. New Orleans Saints: Alvin “Bud” Dupree DE/OLB, Kentucky

Well, it appears the saints are in full rebuild mode, so all positions are up for grabs in the draft.  Look for a pass rushing OLB, CB/S, O-Line and TE.  They have loaded up on draft picks and with the trades of Jimmy Graham/Kenny Stills and Ben Grubbs.

14. Miami Dolphins: Trae Waynes CB, Michigan State

LB, O-Line, another corner and possibly a big RB would work here.  Signing Suh eliminates interior D-Line as a need area.  Kenny Stills will replace Mike Wallace so WR is not really a need; signing TE Jordan Cameron is a great pickup to open up the whole field for Ryan Tannehill.

15. San Francisco 49ers: Brandon Scherff OT/OG, Iowa 

WR’s, CB’s along with youth on both the D-Line/O-Line and now Inside Linebacker are need areas.  WR Torrey Smith is set to be the deep threat.  They need to replace OG Iupati and with Chris Borland and Patrick Willis retiring, ILB is now a need.  I really like the idea of WR Dorial Green-Beckham here or DE/DT Arik Armstead but I’m switching to O-Line for now.

16. Houston Texans: Marcus Peters CB, Washington

Corner, Inside Linebacker, WR and O-Line are the top need areas.  A Franchise QB is needed but after the top two guys come off the board, I don’t see one in this year’s draft and Brian Hoyer/Ryan Mallet seem to be the way the Texans want to go. *Signing Safety Rahim Moore could take Safety Landon Collins out of the 1st round discussion. Cecil Shorts and Vince Wilfork are great low cost signings.

17. San Diego Chargers: Andrus Peat OT, Stanford

Continue building up the O-Line, D-Line and Linebacker’s.  RB and CB’s are needed.  OG Orlando Franklin is a great signing and could take O-Line out of first round discussion and move Todd Gurley or Melvin Gordon to the top of the draft board.

18. Kansas City Chiefs: Dorial Green-Beckham WR, Oklahoma

Even with the signing of WR Jeremy Maclin; more WR’s are needed due to the fact that the Chiefs had no TD’s from their WR’s last year.  O-Line, secondary, inside linebackers should also be addressed.  *Traded for and extended Guard Ben Grubbs.

19. Cleveland Browns (Buffalo): Malcom Brown NT/DT, Texas

Their second first round pick (From the Bills) will depend on what they do at pick #12, I expect a WR with one of these picks even if they have to reach here.

20. Philadelphia Eagles: Landon Collins SS, Alabama

Maybe they make a big move and trade up for QB Marcus Mariota, if not; Philly will look to add WR/OLB/OL and secondary even with the free agency moves.  We can cross RB off as a need now too.  *Eagles acquire QB Sam Bradford, 2015 5th-round pick, 2016 3rd/4th-round pick from Rams for QB Nick Foles, 2015 4th-round pick, 2016 2nd-round pick.  Yeah, I don’t get it either.

21. Cincinnati Bengals:
Arik Armstead DE/DT, Oregon

A pass rushing DE/LB, another young CB and O-Line look to be the main need areas.  An impact DT to pair with Geno Atkins is in play here too.  Bringing back DE Michael Johnson is a low risk, high reward signing.

22. Pittsburgh Steelers: Jalen Collins CB, LSU

The Steelers really need to attack the secondary with several CB’s and a Safety.  A pass rushing OLB should also be addressed with Jarvis Jones not living up to his draft status yet and the loss of Jason Worilds. 

23. Detroit Lions: Eddie Goldman DT/DE, Florida State

The Lions replace Suh with Haloti Ngata from the Ravens for a 4th and 5th round pick, which is a great move.  Another CB/WR/RB and O-Line would fit as well.  The Lions must know something about Nick Fairley after letting him go to the Rams for only 1 year/5 million.

24. Arizona Cardinals: Eric Kendricks ILB, UCLA

Arizona could be in position to draft the top RB prospect (Gurley/Gordon).  OLB and ILB’s are the areas it sounds like the Cards will focus on. Signing OG Mike Iupati is one of the best pick-ups of the offseason and ILB Sean Weatherspoon is a great upside signing.

25. Carolina Panthers: D.J Humphries OT, Florida

This is the year to fix the O-Line; at least two picks are needed to bolster the line.  A #2 WR, a DE and one more CB are also needs.  Signing Michael Oher does not change anything with regards to upgrading the O-Line.  Florida left tackle D.J Humphries has been linked to the Panthers.

26. Baltimore Ravens: Todd Gurley RB, Georgia

CB’s and WR’s are the top needs but a first round RB makes sense even with the resigning of Justin Forsett.  Teams always cherry pick from the Ravens Free Agents but Baltimore always seems to know their players true values.

27. Dallas Cowboys: Melvin Gordon RB, Wisconsin

Another pass rushing DE, DT and CB’s look to be the top need areas.  If a top RB is sitting here, it could present the best value, especially with the departure of RB DeMarco Murray.  I don’t think the signing of RB Darren McFadden takes them out of the running for a RB in the first 3 rounds.  *DE Greg Hardy takes away the need for a pass rusher in the first few rounds, unless a suspension comes down early.

28. Denver Broncos: Cameron Erving OC/OT, Florida State

They can add to the O-Line, Interior D-Line, Inside Linebacker and a TE to replace Julius Thomas even though they signed Owen Daniels and brought back Virgil Green.  Center and Guard are the important positions on the O-Line.

29. Indianapolis Colts: T.J. Clemmings OT, Pittsburgh

O-Line will always be important when you have the best young QB in the game.  The Colts also need to address their run defense with a DE/DT/LB.  Signing RB Frank Gore and WR Andre Johnson takes away needs in the first few rounds.

30. Green Bay Packers: Benardick McKinley ILB, Mississippi State

Inside linebacker (so Clay Matthews can move back to outside linebacker) and Interior D-Line look like the top needs.  CB, Safety and another O-Lineman look like needs in round 3-7.

31. New Orleans Saints (Seahawks): Devin Funchess WR/TE, Michigan

The Saints traded TE Jimmy Graham and a 4th round pick to the Seahawks for the 31st pick and Center Max Unger.  The Saints now have two 1st round picks and can address CB/OLB/OL or take a TE here at the end of round 1.  If they view WR/TE Devin Funchess as a move TE he could replace Jimmy Graham or they could go with a true TE in Maxx Williams.

32. New England Patriots:
Byron Jones CB/S, UCONN

A true #1 WR would be perfect but CB is now a huge need with the loss of Revis and Browner.  Interior O-Line and Interior D-Line are needs and if the top RB (Todd Gurley) falls to the end of round 1 it would open the field up for Brady and has to be an option.  DE/OLB Jabaal Sheard could easily be the steal of free agency.


33. Tennessee Titans: Eli Harold DE/OLB, Virginia

34. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: A.J. Cann OG, South Carolina

35. Oakland Raiders: Preston Smith DE Mississippi State

36. Jacksonville Jaguars: Ereck Flowers OT, Miami

37. New York Jets: Owamagbe Odighizuwa DE/OLB, UCLA

38. Washington Redskins: Kevin Johnson CB, Wake Forest

39. Chicago Bears: Jaelen Strong WR, Arizona State

40. New York Giants: Jake Fisher OT, Oregon

41. St. Louis Rams: Cedric Ogbuehi OT, Texas A&M

42. Atlanta Falcons: Maxx Williams TE, Minnesota

43. Cleveland Browns: Danielle Hunter OLB/DE, LSU

44. New Orleans Saints: Ronald Darby CB, Florida State

45. Minnesota Vikings: P.J. Williams CB, Florida State

46. San Francisco 49ers: Breshad Perriman WR, UCF

47. Miami Dolphins: Shaq Thompson LB/S, Washington

48. San Diego Chargers: Duke Johnson RB, Miami

49. Kansas City Chiefs: Denzel Perryman ILB, Miami

50. Buffalo Bills: Bryce Petty QB, Baylor

51. Houston Texans: Devin Smith WR Ohio State

52. Philadelphia Eagles: Brett Hundley QB, UCLA

53. Cincinnati Bengals: Carl Davis DT, Iowa

54. Detroit Lions: Quinten Rollins CB, Miami (OH)

55. Arizona Cardinals: Jay Ajayi RB, Boise State

56. Pittsburgh Steelers: Markus Golden DE/OLB, Missouri

57. Carolina Panthers: Sammie Coates WR, Auburn

58. Baltimore Ravens: Phillip Dorsett WR, Miami

59. Denver Broncos: Clive Walford TE, Miami

60. Dallas Cowboys: Jordan Phillips DT, Oklahoma

61. Indianapolis Colts: Lorenzo Mauldin DE/OLB, Louisville

62. Green Bay Packers: Michael Bennett DT, Ohio State

63. Seattle Seahawks:
Alex Carter CB, Stanford

64. New England Patriots: TJ Yeldon RB, Alabama


65. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Nate Orchard DE, Utah

66. Tennessee Titans: Jeremiah Poutasi OT/OG, Utah

67. Jacksonville Jaguars: Tevin Coleman RB, Indiana

68. Oakland Raiders: Josue Matias OG, Florida State

69. Washington Redskins: Gerod Holliman FS, Louisville

70. New York Jets: Nelson Agholor WR, USC

71. Chicago Bears:
Steven Nelson CB, Oregon State

72. St. Louis Rams: Senquez Golson CB, Ole Miss

73. Atlanta Falcons: Laken Tomlinson OG, Duke

74. New York Giants: Stephone Anthony ILB, Clemson

75. New Orleans Saints: Derron Smith FS, Fresno State

76. Minnesota Vikings: Ameer Abdullah RB, Nebraska

77. Cleveland Browns:
Garrett Grayson QB, Colorado State

78. New Orleans Saints (Dolphins): Tre Jackson OG, Florida State

79. San Francisco 49ers: Paul Dawson ILB, TCU

80. Kansas City Chiefs: Shaquille Mason, G, Georgia Tech

81. Buffalo Bills: Arie Kouandjio G, Alabama

82. Houston Texans: Rob Havenstein OT, Wisconsin

83. San Diego Chargers: Reese Dismukes C, Auburn

84. Philadelphia Eagles: Rashad Greene WR, Florida State

85. Cincinnati Bengals: Josh Harper WR, Fresno State

86. Arizona Cardinals: Donovan Smith OT, Penn St.

87. Pittsburgh Steelers: Chris Hackett SS, TCU

88. Detroit Lions: Max Valles OLB, Virginia

89. Carolina Panthers: Trey Flowers DE, Arkansas

90. Baltimore Ravens: Henry Anderson DE/DT, Stanford

91. Dallas Cowboys: Jacoby Glenn CB, UCF

92. Denver Broncos: Ellis McCarthy DT, UCLA

93. Indianapolis Colts: Doran Grant CB, Ohio State

94. Green Bay Packers: Damarious Randall FS, Arizona State

95. Seattle Seahawks: Tre McBride WR, William & Mary

96. New England Patriots: Ali Marpet OG, Hobart


97. Tennessee Titans - Ifo Ekpre-Olomu CB, Oregon

98. New England Patriots (Buccaneers) - Grady Jarrett DT, Clemson

99. Oakland Raiders - Ramik Wilson ILB, Georgia

100. Jacksonville Jaguars - Justin Hardy WR, East Carolina

101. New York Jets - David Cobb RB, Minnesota

102. Washington Redskins –
Darryl Williams OT, Oklahoma

103. Chicago Bears - Ty Sambrailo OT, Colorado State

104. Atlanta Falcons - Sean Hickey OG/T, Syracuse

105. New York Giants - Eric Rowe CB/FS, Utah

106. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (Rams) - D'joun Smith CB, Florida Atlantic

107. Minnesota Vikings - Kwon Alexander LB, LSU

108. Cleveland Browns - Tyrus Thompson OT, Oklahoma

109. Seattle Seahawks (Saints) - Hau’oli Kikaha DE/OLB, Washington

110. Philadelphia Eagles (49ers) - Jamison Crowder WR, Duke

111. Miami Dolphins - Josh Shaw CB/FS, USC

112. Cleveland Browns (Bills) - Charles Gaines CB, Louisville

113. Houston Texans - James Sample SS, Louisville

114. San Diego Chargers - Lynden Trail DE/OLB, Norfolk St.

115. Kansas City Chiefs - Hroniss Grasu C, Oregon

116. St. Louis Rams (Eagles) - Geneo Grissom DE/OLB, Oklahoma

117. Cincinnati Bengals - Austin Shepherd OT, Alabama

118. Pittsburgh Steelers – Jeff Heuerman TE, Ohio State

119. Baltimore Ravens (Lions) - Lorenzo Doss CB, Tulane

120. Arizona Cardinals - Quandre Diggs, CB, Texas

121. Carolina Panthers - Corey Robinson OT, South Carolina

122. Baltimore Ravens - Cody Prewitt FS, Ole Miss

123. San Francisco 49ers (Broncos) - Gabe Wright DT, Auburn

124. Dallas Cowboys - Anthony Chickillo DE, Miami (Fla.)

125. Indianapolis Colts - Darius Philon DT, Arkansas

126. Green Bay Packers - Za’Darius Smith DE, Kentucky

127. Seattle Seahawks - Robert Myers OG, Tennessee State

128. New England Patriots - Jaquiski Tartt SS, Samford


129. Minnesota Vikings (Bills/Bucs) - Jordan Richards SS, Stanford

130. Tennessee Titans - Ty Montgomery WR/RB, Stanford

131. Jacksonville Jaguars - Andy Gallik C, Boston College

132. Oakland Raiders - Ladarius Gunter CB, Miami

133. Washington Redskins - Wayne Lyons CB, Stanford

134. Chicago Bears (Jets) - Zach Hodges OLB, Harvard

135. Denver Broncos (Bears) - Ray Drew DT, Georgia

136. New York Giants - Anthony Harris SS, Virginia

137. Philadelphia Eagles (Rams) - Christian Covington DE/DT, Rice

138. Atlanta Falcons - Obum Gwacham, DE/OLB, Oregon State

139. Cleveland Browns - B.J. Finney C, Kansas State

140. New Orleans Saints - Jarvis Harrison OG, Texas A&M

141. Miami Dolphins (Vikings) - Andrew Donnal OT/G, Iowa

142. Miami Dolphins - David Johnson RB, Northern Iowa

143. San Francisco 49ers - Tyler Lockett WR, Kansas St

144. Houston Texans - Jake Ryan ILB, Michigan

145. San Diego Chargers - Xavier Williams DT, Northern Iowa

146. Kansas City Chiefs - Durrel Eskridge FS, Syracuse

147. Buffalo Bills - Taiwan Jones ILB, Michigan State

148. Philadelphia Eagles - Jamil Douglas OG, Arizona State

149. Cincinnati Bengals - Jesse James TE, Penn State

150. Baltimore Ravens (Lions) - Blake Bell TE, Oklahoma

151. Arizona Cardinals - Tony Washington DE/OLB, Oregon

152. Pittsburgh Steelers - Tony Lippett WR/CB, Michigan State

153. Carolina Panthers - Mike Davis RB, South Carolina

154. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (Ravens) - Corey Crawford DE Clemson

155. Dallas Cowboys - Ben Koyack TE, Notre Dame

156. Denver Broncos - Hayes Pullard ILB, USC

157. Indianapolis Colts - Buck Allen RB, USC

158. Green Bay Packers - Nick Marshall CB Auburn

159. Seattle Seahawks - Malcolm Brown RB, Texas

160. New England Patriots –Max Garcia C, Florida


161. Tennessee Titans - Nick O’Leary TE, Florida State

162. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Mitch Morse OT, Missouri

163. Oakland Raiders - Chris Conley WR, Georgia

164. Jacksonville Jaguars - Kenny Bell WR, Nebraska

165. New York Jets - J.R. Tavai OLB, USC

166. Washington Redskins - Devante Davis WR, UNLV

167. Chicago Bears - Imoan Claiborne CB, Northwestern St

168. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (Rams) - Davis Tull OLB, Chattanooga

169. Atlanta Falcons - Deshazor Everett CB, Texas A&M

170. New York Giants - Vince Mayle WR, Washington State

171. New Orleans Saints - Stefon Diggs WR, Maryland

172. Buffalo Bills (Vikings) - Jamon Brown OT, Louisville

173. Cleveland Browns - Nick Boyle TE, Delaware

174. San Francisco 49ers - Marcus Hardison DT, Arizona State

175. Miami Dolphins - Tyler Kroft TE, Rutgers

176. San Diego Chargers - DeAndre Smelter WR, Georgia Tech

177. Kansas City Chiefs - Wes Saxton TE, South Alabama

178. Buffalo Bills - Mike Hull ILB, Penn State

179. Houston Texans - Sean Mannion QB, Oregon St

180. Philadelphia Eagles - Bryan Bennett QB, Southeastern Louisiana

181. Cincinnati Bengals - Jeff Luc ILB, Cincinnati

182. Arizona Cardinals - Deontay Greenberry WR, Houston

183. Pittsburgh Steelers - Jon Feliciano OG, Miami (Fla.)

184. Detroit Lions - Matt Jones RB Florida

185. Carolina Panthers - Kevin White CB, TCU

186. Cleveland Browns (Ravens) - Cedric Reed DE Texas

187. Denver Broncos - Martell Spraight OLB, Arkansas

188. Baltimore Ravens (Cowboys) - JaCorey Shepherd CB, Kansas

189. Indianapolis Colts - Ben Heeney ILB, Kansas

190. Green Bay Packers - Jordan Hicks ILB, Texas

191. Indianapolis Colts (Seahawks) - Louis Trinca-Pasat DT, Iowa

192. New England Patriots - Randall Telfer TE, USC


193. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Deion Barnes DE, Penn State

194. Tennessee Titans - Jeremy Langford RB, Michigan State

195. Jacksonville Jaguars - Terrance Plummer ILB, UCF

196. Oakland Raiders - Karlos Williams RB, Florida State

197. Washington Redskins - Michael Orakpo OLB, Texas State

198. New York Jets - Rakeem Nunez-Roches DT, Southern Miss

199. Chicago Bears - Connor Halliday QB, Washington State

200. Atlanta Falcons - Tyeler Davison, DT, Fresno State

201. New York Giants - E.J. Bibbs TE, Iowa State

202. St. Louis Rams - Ben Beckwith OG Mississippi State

203. Minnesota Vikings - Shaquille Riddick DE, West Virginia

204. Cleveland Browns - Josh Robinson RB, Mississippi State

205. New Orleans Saints - Brett Boyko OT, UNLV

206. Detroit Lions (Ravens) - George Farmer WR, USC

207. Minnesota Vikings (Dolphins/49ers) - Cam Thomas CB, Western Kentucky

208. Kansas City Chiefs - Dezmin Lewis WR, Central Arkansas

209. Buffalo Bills - Frank Clark DE Michigan

210. Houston Texans - Chris Harper WR, Cal

211. Dallas Cowboys (Chargers) - Kurtis Drummond FS, Michigan State

212. Carolina Panthers (Eagles) - Antwan Goodley WR, Baylor

213. Cincinnati Bengals - Ryan Russell DE, Purdue

214. Pittsburgh Steelers - Terrance Magee RB, LSU

215. Detroit Lions - Leterrius Walton DT, Central Michigan

216. Arizona Cardinals - Blake Sims QB, Alabama

217. Carolina Panthers - Titus Davis WR, Central Michigan

218. Dallas Cowboys (Ravens) - Adrian Amos SS, Penn St.

219. Indianapolis Colts (Cowboys) –Ibraheim Campbell SS, Northwestern

220. New York Giants (Broncos) –Marcus Murphy RB, Missouri

221. San Francisco 49ers (Colts) – MyCole Pruitt TE Southern Illinois

222. Green Bay Packers – Tayo Fabuluje OT, TCU

223. Seattle Seahawks – Xzavier Dickson OLB, Alabama

224. Atlanta Falcons (Rams/Pats) - Bo Wallace QB, Ole Miss

*End 7 Round Mock Draft*

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