1.Carolina Panthers - Cam Newton, QB, Auburn

It looks like a QB will go #1 overall.  The new CBA will bring down the guaranteed money from 50mil. To 15-20mill. This will allow teams in the 1st round to take risks    on players, especially QB’s even if they’re not deserving.  Rule #1:  If you don’t have a Franchise QB…get one.  Jimmy Clausen is not a franchise QB.  Marcell Dareus seems to be the only other option.

2. Denver Broncos - Marcell Dareus, DT/DE, Alabama

With Denver moving back to the 4-3, Fox has to consider Dareus with this pick, DE/DT Marcell Dareus can line up and dominate in any scheme.  With the Broncos DE’s coming back healthy, I expect a DT here and Dareus is a beast and gets the edge over Nick Fairley.  This is the perfect combo of need meets value

3.Buffalo Bills - Von Miller, OLB, Texas A&M

Aaron Maybin is a bust at the 3-4 OLB so the bills go safe with the best pass-rushing LB in the draft.  Bills staff coached him at the senior bowl and seem to have fallen in love.  If somehow Cam Newton is here he will be the pick.

4.Cincinnati Bengals - AJ Green, WR, Georgia

TO is gone and If the Bengals get rid of Chad Johnson, this pick will be easy. WR A.J. Green is the  #1 WR prospect just over Julio Jones.  I like the Bengals young DE’s Dunlup(Florida) and M. Johnson(GT) so I don’t see them going DE(Quinn) and they could look at CB Peterson .  I don’t know what’s going on with Carson Palmer so they have to take a look at Blaine Gabbert or wait till round 2 to get their QB(they want Andy Dalton and may trade back into round 1 to get him).

5.Arizona Cardinals - Patrick Peterson, CB, LSU

Most mocks have Blaine Gabbert here but I don’t see it happening.  Larry Fitz doesn’t want a rookie QB and the Cards have young QB’s on the roster.  I expect them to go hard after Kolb or McNabb.  Patrick Peterson is the best overall player in the draft and is similar to D. Revis when he came out of Pitt.

6. Cleveland Browns - Robert Quinn, DE/OLB, North Carolina

I think Robert Quinn has the talent to go #1 overall but was ineligible for the 2010 season so he drops a little.  An impact DE sack artist from day one.  There are rumblings that this will now be the landing spot for Julio Jones as Colt McCoy needs a true #1 WR.  I still think they go with Quinn and in 5 years he may be the best player to come out of this draft.

7. San Francisco 49ers - Blaine Gabbert, QB, Missouri

New regimes mean new quarterbacks. Jim’s brother John Harbaugh took Flaco in the first round of his first draft, and Jim may do the same.

8. Tennessee Titans - Nick Fairley, DT, Auburn

Nick Fairley had a much-needed great Pro Day to boost his draft stock after a mediocre Combine. Fairley's footwork and athleticism were extremely impressive, so I can't see him sliding past the Titans. And if there's one team in the 6-10 range that will ignore Fairley's maturity and work ethic issues, it's Tennessee. Tennessee's new defensive line coach, Tracy Rocker, coached Fairley at Auburn and should give the stamp of approval

9. Dallas Cowboys - Tyron Smith, OT, USC

Jerry Jones has never taken an offensive lineman in the first round. I think there's a good chance that trend ends this year.  Smith was a RT at USC and can step right in at RT for the Cowboys and let Doug Free stay at LT.  Options include CB Prince Amukamara or a 3-4 DE like JJ Watt.

10. Washington Redskins - Julio Jones, WR, Alabama

The Skins need a true #1 WR and Juilo Jones is the total package.  If Jones goes to the Browns then Robert Quinn goes here and makes a scary front with Brian Orakpo.  This could be the spot the rams trade up to a grab Jones so the Redskins can get more picks to fill several holes on both sides of the line

11. Houston Texans - Prince Amukamara, CB, Nebraska

I know the Texans spent a 1st round pick on a CB last year but they still had the worst pass defense in the NFL so this is a need pick.  They are switching to the 3-4 Defense so an OLB like Aldon Smith is a strong possibility or a DE like Cam Jordan

12. Minnesota Vikings – Jake Locker, QB, Washington

Now things get interesting, there are just too many rumors about Locker and the Vikes for this not to be the pick.  If CB Prince Amukamara is on the board they can take him and then trade back into the 1st to grab Locker.  Another option that I like is taking Bowers here and then taking Colin Kaepernick QB, Nevada in round 2.  I just don’t think it’s going to happen.  For Vikings fans I hope the rumors about McNabb are wrong.

13. Detroit Lions - Da’Quan Bowers, DE, Clemson

The Lions biggest need is CB and they want Prince but he’s gone and it’s too early for CB Jimmy Smith.  Mocks now have Bowers falling to the 20’s, I don’t see it happening even with the questions about his knee.  But Bowers on the same line with Suh and you’re in business.  There will be a good CB available in round 2.  Other option if they don’t like Bowers would be BC LT Anthony Castonzo.

14. St. Louis Rams - Aldon Smith, DE/OLB, Missouri

The Rams really need a #1 WR to help out Bradford but they will need to trade up for Julio Jones.  Steve Spagnuolo likes to collect pass-rushers from his Giants days and Smith is rising up draft boards

15. Miami Dolphins - Mike Pouncey, OG/OC, Florida

I've had Mark Ingram slotted here all year. But teams are now apparently scared of Ingram's potentially arthritic knee. This could cause him to slip.  Pouncey is not his brother and was just bad as a center last year at Florida but I think he can be a day one starter at Left Guard and the Fins need interior line help.  The Dolfins don’t have a 2nd round pick so maybe they trade this pick to a team looking to move up for a QB or a DE that slides

16. Jacksonville Jaguars - Ryan Kerrigan, DE, Purdue

Ryan Kerrigan is the type of player that general manager Gene Smith looks for. He was in school for four years. He was a 3-year starter. He was an Academic All-America. He has a non-stop motor and a blue-collar attitude. He was a team captain with no character concerns.

17. New England Patriots (Oakland) - JJ Watt, DE, Wisconsin

The Pats are going to reload with all these picks.  They are looking for a 3-4 DE to replace Richard Seymore, enter JJ Watt who knows how to get after the QB which is just what the Pats are looking for.  They also need a 3-4 OLB and some O-line help but JJ Watt is a good start to the draft where they have 7 of the top 100 picks. Local product Boston College Left Tackle Anthony Castonzo also makes sense

18. San Diego Chargers - Cameron Jordan, DE, California
Cameron Jordan is arguably the best talent available. Jordan had an incredible season with 12.5 TFL and 5.5 sacks. He had a great Combine and was unblockable during the Senior Bowl practices.  Other options include a RT or OLB

19. New York Giants - Anthony Castonzo, OT, Boston College

Castonzo is the most pro ready OT and can play LT or RT.  This will allow David Deihl to side over to LG and improve the entire O-Line.  The Giants really need a LineBacker but this is too early for Akeem Ayers, LB, UCLA.  There are rumors of Bama RB Mark Ingram or Florida G/C Mike Pouncey.

20. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Adrian Clayborn, DE, Iowa

The Bucs got there 2 DT’s in last year’s draft with G. McCoy and Brian Price now they need a DE to get after the QB.  Clayborn has top 5 talent but had a down year.  He’s a steal at pick 20.

21. Kansas City Chiefs - Phil Taylor, NT, Baylor

Pioli needs his Vince Wilfork and that’s Phil Taylor are true space eater.  A foot problem has recently come up about Taylor if they go in another direction I expect it to be RT Gabe Carimi

22. Indianapolis Colts - Nate Solder, OT, Colorado

You just need to protect Peyton Manning.  Solder is a former tight end with great feet but needs some time to develop but his ceiling is through the roof.

23. Philadelphia Eagles - Gabe Carimi, OT, Wisconsin

RT and CB are the two big needs and with the left handed Vick they need a RT.  Carimi plays with a mean streak and just beats up DE’s.  He’s an Andy Reid type of player and you can just pencil him in at RT for the next 8 years and feel good about it.  It’s Carimi or CB Jimmy Smith.

24. New Orleans Saints - Corey Liuget, DT, Illinois

A penetrating DT to pair with former 1st round pick Sed Ellis to help the run Defense.  He can get after the QB and is stout against the run.  Great value here

25. Seattle Seahawks - Muhammad Wilkerson, DE/DT, Temple

Muhammad Wilkerson is a great fit for Seattle's defense. Brandon Mebane is a free agent, so Wilkerson could fill those shoes if Mebane defects for another team.

26. Baltimore Ravens - Jimmy Smith, CB, Colorado

Baltimore needs corner help. Three of the team's top four cornerbacks - Chris Carr, Josh Wilson and Fabian Washington - are all free agents this offseason.  Character concerns drop Smith a little but there is not a better organization for him to go to be a success.  It should be noted that Brian Baldinger (NFL network) said on Path to the Draft, "I know for a fact that if Cameron Heyward's there at 26, the Ravens are not passing him up." A couple of days later, beat writer Jamison Hensley mocked Heyward to the Ravens.  Heyward is still on the board here I just think Ozzie has to have Jimmy Smith rated higher.  The Ravens also seem to be interested in Derek Sherrod, OT, Mississippi St.

27. Atlanta Falcons - Brooks Reed, DE/OLB, Arizona http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=32KAqii4lrk
Atlanta likes defensive ends who can drop into coverage and Reed is able to play OLB and has that athletic ability.  The Falcons need someone opposite Abraham.
                      TE Kyle Rudolph is a possibility or a LT or WR like Torrey Smith.

28. New England Patriots - Mark Ingram, RB, Alabama

Rumor has it this pick will be traded to a team looking to trade up from the 2nd round to get a QB like Dalton/Ponder/Mallett.  If they keep this pick I think the Pats go with a true #1 do it all RB like Ingram.  They may take a rush outside linebacker here like Arizona’s Brooks Reed

29. Chicago Bears - Derek Sherrod, OT, Mississippi St.

The #1 priority has to be keeping Jay Cutler healthy.  The Bears led the NFL in sacks allowed (60) in 2010.  Sherrod is great value here and a true LT.  I am hearing North Carolina’s DT Marvin Austin may go in this spot if all the 1st round Tackles are off the board

30. New York Jets - Cameron Heyward, DE, Ohio St.

I know Jets fans “not another DE from Ohio St.) but the son of former Saints running back Craig “Iron Head” Heyward is the real deal and is a perfect fit in Rex Ryan’s Defense.  Other option include a DT like Phil Taylor to replace Kris Jenkings or a 3-4 rush OLB like Akeem Ayers.  Long shot pick is Pitt. WR Jon Baldwin.

31. Pittsburgh Steelers - Aaron Williams, CB, Texas

The best player who makes sense for the Steelers is Aaron Williams. Williams is a better fit for Pittsburgh's defense than Brandon Harris, and he can play free safety in addition to cornerback. So, if he fails at corner, he could always replace Ryan Clark down the road.  They may want to reunite the Pouncey brothers but I don’t see him lasting this long.  They do need to upgrade the OG and Tackle position

32. Green Bay Packers – Akeem Ayers, OLB, UCLA

Akeem Ayers is a talented outside linebacker who would play OLB in the Packers 3-4 he also has the ability to play SAM LB 4-3 scheme. A Tackle or WR could also be considered here.


33. New England (CAR) -Justin Houston, DE, Georgia      

34. Buffalo - Banjamin Ijalana, OT, Villanova

35. Cincinnati - Andy Dalton, QB, TCU

36. Denver – Brandon Harris, CB, Miami

37. Cleveland - Torrey Smith, WR, Maryland

38. Arizona - Christian Ponder, QB, Florida St.

39. Tennessee - Ryan Mallett, QB, Arkansas

40. Dallas - Christian Ballard, DE, Iowa

41. Washington - Marvin Austin, DT, North Carolina

42. Houston - Stephen Paea, NT, Oregon St.

43. Minnesota - Ras-I Dowling, CB, Virginia

44. Detroit - Curtis Brown, CB, Texas

45. San Francisco - Jarvis Jenkins, DE/DT, Clemson

46. Denver (MIA) - Rahim Moore, S, UCLA

47. St. Louis - Jonathan Baldwin, WR, Pittsburgh

48. Oakland -. Davon House, CB, New Mexico St.

49. Jacksonville - Brandon Burton, CB, Utah

50. San Diego - Marcus Cannon, OT, TCU

51. Tampa Bay - Jabaal Sheard, DE, Pittsburgh

52. New York Giants - Martez Wilson, LB, Illinois

53. Indianapolis - Rodney Hudson, OG, Florida St.

54. Philadelphia - Curtis Marsh, CB, Utah St

55. Kansas City - Leonard Hankerson, WR, Miami

56. New Orleans - Mikel LeShoure, RB, Illinois

57. Seattle - Colin Kaepernick, QB, Nevada

58. Baltimore - Titus Young, WR, Boise St.

59. Atlanta - Kyle Rudolph, TE, Notre Dame

60. New England -. Greg Little, WR, North Carolina

61. Chicago - Stefen Wisniewski, OC, Penn St

62. San Diego (NYJ) - Randall Cobb, WR, Kentucky

63. Pittsburgh - Danny Watkins, OG, Baylor

64. Green Bay - Ryan Williams, RB, Virginia Tech


65. Carolina - Drake Nevis, DT, LSU

66. Cincinnati - Bruce Carter, LB, North Carolina

67. Denver – Allen Bailey, DE, Miami

68. Buffalo - Ricky Stanzi, QB, Iowa

69. Arizona - Jason Pinkston, OG, Pittsburgh

70. Cleveland - DeAndre McDaniels, S, Clemson

71. Dallas - Johnny Patrick, CB, Louisville

72. New Orleans (WASH) - Quan Sturdivant, LB, North Carolina

73. Houston - Chris Carter, LB, Fresno St.

74. New England (MINN) - Dontay Moch, LB, Nevada

75. Detroit - Will Rackley, OG, Lehigh

76. San Francisco - Ricky Elmore, LB, Arizona

77. Tennessee - Clint Boling, OG, Georgia

78. St. Louis - Quinton Carter, S, Oklahoma

79. Miami - Luke Stocker, TE, Tennessee

80. Jacksonville - Jerrell Jernigan, WR, Troy

81. Oakland - Buster Skrine, CB, Chattanooga

82. San Diego - Sam Acho, OLB, Texas

83. New York Giants - Jake Kirkpatrick, C, TCU

84. Tampa Bay - Greg Jones, Michigan St,

85. Philadelphia - Marcus Gilbert, OT, Florida

86. Kansas City - Edmund Gates, WR, Abilene Christian

87. Indianapolis - Tyler Sash, S, Iowa

88. New Orleans - St. James Brewer, OT, Indiana

89. San Diego (SEA) - Kelvin Sheppard, LB, LSU

90. Baltimore - Orlando Franklin, OT, Miami

91. Atlanta - Kendall Hunter, RB, Oklahoma St.

92. New England – Mason Foster, LB, Washington

93. Chicago - Marcus Gilchrist, CB, Clemson

94. New York Jets - Kendric Burney, CB, North Carolina

95. Pittsburgh - Kendric Ellis, NT, Hampton

96. Green Bay - Bruce Miller, LB, Central Florida

97. Carolina (comp) - DJ Williams, TE, Arkansas


98. Carolina - Jurrell Casey, DT, USC

99. Seattle (NE) (DEN) - Shiloh Keo, S, Idaho

100. Buffalo - Pernell McPhee, DE, Mississippi

101. Cincinnati - Lawrence Guy, DE, Arizona

102. Cleveland - Terrell McClain, DT, South Florida

103. Arizona - Jalil Brown, CB, Colorado

104. Philadelphia (WASH) - John Moffit, OG, Wisconsin

105. Houston - Deunta Williams, S, North Carolina

106. Minnesota - James Carpenter, OT, Alabama

107. Detroit - KJ Wright, LB, Mississippi

108. San Francisco - Richard Sherman, S, Stanford

109. Tennessee - Nate Irving, LB, North Carolina St.

110. Dallas - Rashad Carmichael, CB, Virginia Tech

111. Miami - Nathan Enderle, QB, Idaho

112. St. Louis - Darius Morris, OG, Temple

113. Oakland - Lance Kendricks, TE, Wisconsin

114. Jacksonville - Jaiquawn Jarrett, S, Temple

115. San Francisco (SD) - Shareece Wright, CB, USC

116. Tampa Bay - DeMarco Murray, RB, Oklahoma

117. New York Giants - Daniel Thomas, RB, Kansas St.

118. Kansas City - Tandon Doss, WR, Indiana

119. Indianapolis - Mark Herzlich, LB, Boston College

120. Philadelphia - Joe Lefeged, S, Rutgers

121. Jacksonville (NO) - Pat Devlin, QB, Delaware

122. Buffalo (SEA) - Joseph Barksdale, OT, LSU

123. Baltimore – Casey Matthews, LB, Oregon

124. Atlanta - Chimidi Chekwa, CB, Ohio St.

125. New England - Chris Hairston, OT, Clemson

126. New York Jets - Cedric Thornton, DE, Southern Arkansas

127. Chicago - Andrew Jackson, OG, Fresno St.

128. Pittsburgh - Jordan Todman, RB, Connecticut

129. Green Bay - Mario Harvey, LB, Marshall

130. Tennessee (comp) - Kristofer O'Dowd, C, USC

131. Green Bay (comp) - Pierre Allen, DE, Nebraska


132. Carolina - Derek Newton, OG, Arkansas St.

133. Buffalo - Jordan Cameron, TE, USC

134. Cincinnati - Shane Vereen, RB, California

135. Kansas City (TB)(DEN) - Tim Barnes, C, Missouri

136. Arizona - Cliff Matthews, LB, South Carolina

137. Cleveland - Brandon Hogan, CB, West Virginia

138. Houston - Vincent Brown, WR, San Diego St.

139. Minnesota - Greg Romeus, DE, Pittsburgh

140. Kansas City (DET) - Colin McCarthy, LB, Miami

141. San Francisco - Jerrell Powe, NT, Mississippi

142. Tennessee - Chykie Brown, CB, Texas

143. Dallas - Chris Culliver, S, South Carolina

144. Washington - Brandon Fusco, C, Slippery Rock

145. St. Louis - Lawrence Wilson, LB, Connecticut

146. Miami - Delone Carter, RB, Syracuse

147. Jacksonville - Robert Sands, S, West Virginia

148. Oakland - Alex Linnenkohl, C, Oregon State

149. Philadelphia (SD) - Cortez Allen, CB, Citadel

150. Minnesota (NYG) - Sione Fua, DT, Stanford

151. Tampa Bay - Ross Homan, LB, Ohio St.

152. Indianapolis - Greg McElroy, QB, Alabama

153. Philadelphia - Ugo Chinasa, DE, Oklahoma St.

154. Detroit (KC) - Jah Reid, OT, Central Florida

155. Washington (NO) - Terrence Toliver, WR, LSU

156. Seattle - Jacquizz Rodgers, RB, Oregon St.

157. Seattle (BALT) - Jeremy Kerley, WR, TCU

158. Atlanta - Stephen Burton, WR, West Texas A&M

159. New England - Jeremy Beal, LB, Oklahoma

160. Chicago - Martin Parker, DT, Richmond

161. New York Jets - DeMarcus Love, OG, Arkansas

162. Pittsburgh - Austin Pettis, WR, Boise St.

163. Green Bay - Niles Paul, WR, Nebraska

164. Baltimore(Comp) - Roy Helu, RB, Nebraska

165. Baltimore(Comp) - DeMarcus Van Dyke, CB, Miami


166. Carolina - Dwayne Harris, WR/KR, East Carolina

167. Cincinnati - Ahmad Black, S, Florida

168. Cleveland (DEN) - Lee Ziemba, OG, Auburn

169. Buffalo - Cheta Ozougwu, DE/OLB, Rice

170. Cleveland - Jermale Hines, S, Ohio St.

171. Arizona - Chris Rucker, S, Michigan St.

172. Minnesota - Virgil Green, TE, Nevada

173. Seattle (DET) - Kevin Kowalski, C, Toledo

174. San Francisco - Ronald Johnson, WR, USC

175. Tennessee - Jerrard Tarrant, S, Georgia Tech

176. Dallas - Zane Taylor, C, Utah

177. Washington - Bilal Powell, RB, Louisville

178. Houston - Da'Rel Scott, RB, Maryland

179. Miami - Steven Friday, LB, Virginia Tech

180. St. Louis - Jeron Johnson, SS, Boise State

181. Oakland - Jarriel King, OT, South Carolina

182. Jacksonville - Eric Gordon, LB, Michigan St.

183. San Diego - Eric Hagg, S, Nebraska

184. Detroit (PHI)(TB) - Stevan Ridley, RB, LSU

185. New York Giants - Ian Williams, DT, Notre Dame

186. Philadelphia - Greg Salas, WR, Hawaii

187. Tampa Bay (KC) - Ryan Pugh, C, Auburn

188. Indianapolis - Taiwan Jones, RB, Eastern Washington

189. Denver (NE)(NO) - Willie Smith, OT, East Carolina

190. San Francisco (SEA) - Justin Rogers, CB, Richmond

191. Baltimore - Derek Hall, OG, Stanford

192. Atlanta - Chris Conte, S, California

193. New England - Steve Schilling, OG, Michigan

194. New York Jets - Alex Henery, K, Nebraska

195. Chicago - Markus White, DE, Florida State

196. Pittsburgh - Ryan Donahue, P, Iowa

197. Green Bay - Brandon Bair, DE, Oregon

198. New York Giants(Comp) - Scott Lutrus, LB, Connecticut

199. Kansas City(Comp) - T.J. Yates, QB, North Carolina

200. Minnesota(Comp) - David Arkin, G, Missouri State

201. San Diego(Comp) - Kevin Rutland, CB, Missouri

202. New York Giants(Comp) - Will Hill, S Florida

203. Carolina(Comp) - Charles Brown, CB, North Carolina


204 Green Bay (from Carolina)- Weslye Saunders TE South Carolina

205 Detroit-- Brandon Blair DE Oregon

206 Denver-- Da'Rel Scott RB Maryland

207 Buffalo-- Chris White ILB Mississippi

208 Cincinnati-- St Byron Maxwell CB Clemson

209 New York Jets (from Arizona)-- Bryan Rolle OLB Ohio State

210 Seattle (from Cleveland)-- Mitch Mustain QB USC

211 San Francisco (from Detroit)-- Ryan Whalen WR Stanford

212 San Francisco-- Lee Smith TE Marshall

213 Tennessee --Darvin Adams WR Auburn

214 Washington-- Chas Henry P Florida

215 Houston-- Evan Royster RB Penn State

216 Minnesota-- Justin Rogers CB Richmond

217 St. Louis --Andrew Jackson OG Fresno State

218 Miami --Aldrick Robinson WR SMU

219 Miami --(from Jacksonville) Richard Sherman CB Stanford

220 Oakland-- Tyrod Taylor QB Virginia Tech

221 Dallas (from San Diego)-- Nate Williams SS Washington

222 New York Giants-- Markus White DE/OLB Florida State

223 Tampa Bay-- Willie Smith OT East Carolina

224 Kansas City-- Taylor Potts QB Texas Tech

225 Indianapolis-- Korey Lindsey CB Southern Illinois

226 Baltimore (from Philadelphia)-- Jarriel King OT South Carolina

227 New Orleans-- Thomas Keiser OLB Stanford

228 Seattle-- Andrew Phillips OG Stanford

229 Baltimore-- Dom DeCicco SS Pittsburgh

230 Atlanta-- Courtney Smith WR South Alabama

231 Atlanta (from New England)-- John Clay RB Wisconsin

232 Pittsburgh-- Alex Wujciak ILB Maryland

233 Green Bay-- Henry Hyonski FB Pittsburgh

234 San Diego (Compensatory)-- Adrian Moten OLB Maryland

235 Miami (Compensatory)-- D.J. Young OT Michigan State

236 Minnesota (Compensatory)-- Mark LeGree FS Appalachain St

237 Philadelphia (Compensatory)-- Jabara Williams OLB Stephen F. Austin

238 Tampa Bay (Compensatory)-- Mike Person OG Montana State

239 San Francisco (Compensatory)-- Chris Nield NT West Virginia

240 Philadelphia (Compensatory)-- TJ Yates QB North Carolina

241 Oakland (Compensatory)-- DeAndre Brown WR Southern Miss

242 Seattle (Compensatory)-- Anthony Gaitor CB Florida International

243 New Orleans (Compensatory)-- Ollie Ogbu DT Penn State

244 Carolina (Compensatory)-- Eugene Clifford SS Tennessee State

245 Buffalo (Compensatory)-- Jordan White WR Western Michigan

246 Cincinnati (Compensatory)-- Dion Lewis RB Pittsburgh

247 Denver (Compensatory)-- Eddie Jones DE Texas

248 Cleveland (Compensatory)-- Lazarius Levingston DE LSU

249 Arizona (Compensatory)-- Rob McGill OT Louisiana Tech

250 San Francisco (Compensatory)-- Nick Bellore ILB Central Michigan

251 Tennessee (Compensatory)-- Mike McNeill TE Nebraska

252 Dallas (Compensatory)-- Stephen Burton WR West Texas A&M

253 Washington (Compensatory)-- Ryan Winterswyk DE Boise State

254 Houston (Compensatory)-- Alex Henery K Nebraska

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