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I'm Joshua Mitchell and I Blog about the NFL, the NFL Draft, fantasy sports, and other sports topics. Im just a huge sports fan who takes a lot of time following the latest news. These are my thoughts – I use Wordpress and Twitter as an outlet to let my passion, dedication, and hard work be known.

2016 NFL Mock Draft 1.0

I’ve learned over the years, that doing Mock Draft’s this early is typically a waste.

It’s way too early to determine anything in regards of what to expect when the NFL Draft comes around in a few months – from what team needs are, coaching situations and schemes will be…let alone what college players will actual declare for the draft come January 6th.

That’s not even mentioning the combine and entire process of analyzing players of the next few months, because if we learn anything in covering the draft it’s that individual team draft boards are completely different than the ones you see posted on the internet. Those players we “think” should go a certain place are often juggled up and down the actual selection order by the time the draft rolls around.

So, with that said…what I like to do – which is probably even more of a waste of time – is try to project or forecast what may be a more realistic version of a mock come the time of the actual draft. So, in this mock, it’s really my interruption of what is going to happen months from now based on things I have no clue will happen, but expect could.

Hahaha. Oh, but we love mock drafts. I’m just as guilty. I’ve just gotten smarter over the years, expect the unexpected and even more so – realize you don’t know anything…you can’t project your own life months from now, let alone billion-dollar organizations and college-age students behavior.

Heck, the draft order isn’t even set…and there is no way to successfully predict a trade, ever – let alone now.

If I’m right on my project this time (and next time, cause there will another one) – I’m not even playing the lottery, ever….this will have been a greater accomplishment than even that considering my chances. In fact, I should stop doing mock drafts are just play the lottery – at least I’d have a chance! If we don’t do mock drafts to be right, or correct, or win….then what good is actually putting forth the effort to do them. To show we knew something, but we’re still wrong 99% of the time. Sign me up – I know something…and yes, it’s going to be wrong!

Here goes…with analysis on the Top 20 selections.

1st Round:

1. Tennesse – Ronnie Stanley, OT – Notre Dame: 6’6″ 315, **Junior
Tunsil is widely considered the top lineman at this point, but just wait until the redraft stuff begins…you’ll fall in love with Stanley. He needs improvements, what prospect doesn’t. Besides, Tunsil played had limited actions this season and I think has more injury concern. Stanley is skilled, but more importantly has all the intangibles.

2. Cleveland – Jared Goff, QB – California: 6’4″ 210, *Junior
At this point, Cleveland’s QB-situation is a mess. McCown could come into 2016 as the starter, but they still will add a QB…unfortunately for Cleveland it comes at the expense of another 1st round pick. I think Goff will eventually became the unanimous QB prospect worthy a selection at this spot.

3. San Diego – Laquon Treadwell, WR – Mississippi: 6’2″ 210, *Junior
I’ve typically not been a fan of WR’s this high, and Im still not…I think Baltimore at No.6 or San Fran at No.7 would be a more comfortable spot, but with Rivers locked up and MGIII on board – another offensive weapon would make sense. Kennan Allen can’t stay healthy and Malcolm Floyd is retiring, even if they go another direction here – wideout is a major concern.

4. Dallas – Joey Bosa, DE/DT/OLB – Ohio State: 6’5″ 275, *Junior
Dallas will, or presumably, should take the best player on the board. It’s rare a team with so many pieces in place gets an opportunity to add a Top 5 talent – and it could be even harder to believe it would actually be Bosa. Bosa is a steal here, and I think will, or presumably, should be gone by now. For Dallas its a perfect fit. Vernon Hargreaves III or Emmanuel Ogbah would be where I looked in this scenario if Bosa is off the board.

5. Jacksonville – Vernon Hargreaves III, CB – Florida: 5’11” 200, *Junior
Its hard to tell which DB will claim top honors at this point, but I think it’s going to be Hargreaves III. I also think this may be too high for a DB in general, but Jacksonville needs to add talent to the secondary. We all wish Hargreaves was a tad’ taller but he’s a cover corner with little issue.

6. Baltimore – Emmanuel Ogbah, DE/5TDE – Oklahoma State: 6’3″ 275, **Junior
Lets face it, Baltimore defense needs some help. I really think Treadwell would get strong consideration as might his teammate Laremy Tunsil – but they need to get pressure on the QB. Suggs will be coming back, and yes they still have Dumervil but they go with a versatile force. He’s a powerful presence who can get to the quarterback from the 5-technique and is athletic to play in space if needed. Leonard Floyd or Carl Lawson could be option, as would Jaylon Smith depending on his long term ACL evaluation.

7. San Francisco – Paxton Lynch, QB – Memphis: 6’6″ 230, **Junior
Colin Kaepernick, Im assuming isn’t worth the $15.89M salary he’s due in 2016…and they could cut him and only be on the hook for about $14.5M over the next 3 season. They may be able to trade him, but even a release is an option because they’d still be saving $8.5M in 2016 and plenty more over the life of the deal. They won’t take a QB here is they plan on Kaepernick being the starter in 2016 at nearly $16M. I guess Im assuming one way or another – he’s playing elsewhere. They could also look to the offensive and defensive lines here. Lynch could be challenged by Cardale Jones for the next QB off the board.

8. Miami – Myles Jack, OLB – UCLA: 6’1″ 245, *Junior
There are probably more popular option, one of which could be Robert Nkemdiche depending on his stock, along with Jaylon Smith. They need to improve on the offensive line, where I think Cody Whitehair could be the best option if it weren’t so early. Jack should be a Top 10 pick because of ability to cover and based on his athleticism. Take a closer look at him, and you’ll see he’s made to be a top defender in the NFL’s high volume passing game. I know he has injury issues, and that could play a factor on his selection – but everything you need to know is viewable on tape.

9. Tampa Bay – Jonathan Allen, DE/DT/OLB – Alabama: 6’3″ 282, *Junior
I really want to put Robert Nkemdiche here, but I think Allen is a name you need to get to know. Right now, there are more impressive names out there…but when it’s all said and done he should be a Top 15 pick. He’s a good fit for their system as a true 4-3 DE who can even move inside. Laremy Tunsil could get consideration here, and would have Jalen Ramsey if it weren’t for Mark Barron a few years ago.

10. NY Giants – Carl Lawson, OLB/DE – Auburn: 6’2″ 258, ***Sophomore
He might be the best pass-rusher in the draft. Remember this name, whether he’s a high pick or not – he can play at the next level…of course, his health will play the biggest factor in that. A Freshman All-American, who suffered a knee injury in 2014….but was back on track this season as a third year sophomore. If his medical all check out, he’ll be a 1st round pick despite the injury history. The Giants need a pass rusher – so Leanard Floyd or Shaq Lawson could also play a role in this selection.

11. Chicago – Leonard Floyd, OLB/DE – Georgia: 6’3″ 232, **Junior
Chicago may need the most help of anyone in the league, so they could go a variety of directions here. Myles Jack would be a popular choice if available, but even more so they may need a tour pass rusher. Floyd is a 3-4 player who can really get after the QB. I’m not particularly sold on his production, thinking he could be a little overrated despite the fact he could warrant a Top 10 selection. Nonetheless, a defender makes the most sense with Laremy Tunsil a highly likely option given I have him sliding because of injury issues.

12. New Orleans – Robert Nkemdiche, DT/5TDE – Mississippi: 6’3″ 295, *Junior
I think Nkemdiche could slide a bit further than this, but there is no arguing his talent. I know an odd situation recently arose with an off-the-field situation he was involved in, but that shouldn’t be an issue…I think more of an issue is that he’s isn’t a true pass rusher despite his talent. He’s powerful and offers versatility, and he fits as a player who can play inside and be an upgrade over the aging Kevin Williams. I think the Saints need help along the defensive front among other spots – so while he isn’t the pass rusher they need, him and Cameron Jordan can form a dynamic-duo up front.

13. Philadelphia – Cody Whitehair, OG/OT – Kansas State: 6’4″ 310, **Senior
Regardless who the QB is, they need to improve the offensive line to run the ball – and well…they have decent playmakers. Whitehair isn’t a well known name, especially since you’re rolling your eyes I still have Laremy Tunsil on the board and this guy being picked before him. Whitehair projects at guard or I think he could be selected higher, regardless he does offer the versatility to help anyone on their horrid offensive line. I think they’ll address QB with a veteran, a likely landing spot for Colin Kaepernick I believe.

14. Oakland – Laremy Tunsil, LT – Mississippi: 6’5″ 305, *Junior
Happy?! There’s no denying his potential and talent for that matter, but a slide down boards as the draft approaches is a real possibility given his injury and durability issues. He could slide further in my opinion, but for Oakland – it’s a home run. They have a franchise QB and this will hopefully give them some stability on the offensive line is he can stay healthy. A nature LT at this point is really a nice find, and fit. Sorry Jalen Ramsey, they’ll have to find someone else to replace Charles Woodson.

15. St.Louis – Cardale Jones, QB – Ohio State: 6’5″ 250, **Junior
I don’t think Sam Bradford is coming back, not that he’s the answer….but the other issue is that they don’t currently have the answer. Jones’ stock is going to be all over the place, I think he’s a better NFL QB than an Ohio State QB – because lets face it, CJ Barnett was a better QB for what they do. The Rams have some nice pieces, not just on defense…but with Todd Gurley and Greg Robinson. I think Jones makes the most sense despite the fact some might be wary of his struggles, he has a lot of upside and I think it’s a good fit. He might thrive in Los Angeles, lol.

16. Detroit – Jalen Ramsey, CB/S – Florida State: 6’1″ 202, *Junior
No brainer, they need secondary help and a defensive playmaker.

17. Atlanta – Hunter Henry, TE – Arkansas: 6’5″ 252, *Junior
A reach? Possibly, but fits a needs and he’s a name to keep an eye on.

18. Indianapolis – A’Shawn Robinson, NT/5TDE – Alabama: 6’3″ 315, *Junior
Offensive line is bigger issue, but they also have the address the defensive front.

19. Buffalo – Jaylon Smith, OLB/DE/MLB – Notre Dame: 6’3″ 240, *Junior
Stock reminds me of Jarvis Jones, talented enough to be No.1 pick – injury causes him to fall. Its just an knee, not a career threatener.

20. NY Jets – Shaq Lawson, DE/OLB – Clemson: 6’3″ 270, **Junior
Derrick Henry? Maybe, they need pass rushing help. Shall the last of the top-tier so they scoop him ip.

P21. Pittsburgh – Mackenzie Alexander, CB – Clemson: 5’10” 195, **Sophomore

P22. Seattle – Derrick Henry, RB – Alabama: 6’2″ 240, *Junior

P23. Green Bay – Scooby Wright III, ILB/OLB – Arizona: 6’0″ 245 *Junior

P24. Kansas City – DeForest Buckner, DT/5TDE – Oregon: 6’7″ 290, Senior

P25. Washington – Andrew Billings, DT/NT – Baylor: 6’1″ 310, *Junior

P26. Houston – Connor Cook, QB – Michigan State: 6’4″ 220, **Senior

P27. Minnesota – Jarred Reed, DT/5TDE – Alabama: 6’3″ 312, Senior

New England – FORFEIT

P28. Cincinnati – Corey Coleman, WR – Baylor: 5’10” 190, **Junior

P29. Denver – Taylor Decker, OT/OG – Ohio State: 6’7″ 315, Senior

P30. Arizona – Reggie Ragland, ILB – Alabama: 6’2″ 252, Senior

P31. Carolina – Jack Conklin, OT – Michigan State: 6’6″ 318, **Junior

2nd Round

32. Cleveland – Michael Thomas, WR – Ohio State: 6’3″ 210, **Junior

33. Tennessee – Jayron Kearse, SS – Clemson: 6’4″ 220, *Junior

34. Dallas – Kendall Fuller, CB – Virginia Tech: 6’0″ 198, *Junior

35. Chargers – Jack Allen, C – Michigan State: 6’2″ 300, **Senior

36. San Francisco – Jerald Hawkins, OT – LSU: 6’6″ 305, *Junior

37. Baltimore – Jeremy Cash, SS – Duke: 6’1″ 208, **Senior

38. Jacksonville – Austin Johnson, DT – Penn State: 6’3″ 325, **Junior

39. Tampa Bay – William Jackson III, CB – Houston: 6’1″ 195, Senior

40. NY Giants – Darron Lee, OLB – Ohio State: 6’1″ 235, **Sophomore

41. Chicago – Jonathan Bullard, DE/DT – Florida: 6’3″ 282, Senior

42. Miami – Vidal Alexander, OG/OT – LSU: 6’5″ 330, Senior

43. St.Louis (FROM Philadelphia) – Tre’Davious White, CB – LSU: 5’11” 190, *Junior

44. Oakland – Shawn Oakman, DE – Baylor: 6’8″ 275, **Senior

45. St.Louis – Corey Davis, WR – Western Michigan: 6’3″ 205, *Junior

46. Detroit – Jason Spriggs, OT – Indiana: 6’6″ 305, Senior

47. New Orleans – Carson Wentz, QB – North Dakota State: 6’5″ 230, Senior

48. Indianapolis – Ezekiel Elliott, RB – Ohio State: 6’0″ 225, *Junior

49. Buffalo – Sheldon Rankins, DT – Louisville: 6’1″ 302, Senior

50. Atlanta – Shilique Calhoun, DE/OLB – Michigan State: 6’5″ 252, **Senior

51. NY Jets – Germain Ifedi, OT/OG – Texas A&M: 6’5″ 325, **Junior

P52. Seattle – Adolphus Washington, DT/5TDE – Ohio State: 6’4″ 290, Senior

P53. Green Bay – Vernon Butler, DT/NT – Louisiana Tech: 6’3″ 310, Senior

P54. Pittsburgh – Christian Hackenberg, QB – Penn State: 6’4″ 235, *Junior

P55. Kansas City – Alex Collins, RB – Arkansas: 5’11” 218, *Junior

P56. Houston – Kenny Clark, DT – UCLA: 6’2″ 310, *Junior

P57. Washington – Roberto Aguayo, PK – Florida State: 6’0″ 205, **Junior

P58. Minnesota – Su’a Cravens, OLB/S – USC: 6’1″ 225, *Junior

P59. Denver – Glenn Gronkowski, FB/TE – Kansas State: 6’2″ 235, **Junior

P60. Cincinnati – Darian Thompson, FS – Boise State: 6’2″ 210, **Senior

P61. New England – Desmond King, CB – Iowa: 5’11” 200, *Junior

P62. Arizona – Maliek Collins, DT – Nebraska: 6’2″ 300, *Junior

P63. Carolina – Travin Dural, WR – LSU: 6’2″ 202, **Junior

2016 NFL Fantasy Football Rankings (By Position)

Here is a look at Fantasy Football Rankings for the 2016 NFL Season. The rankings are position-based and are my own collection based on various factors.

My rankings are based on depth chart, expectation, and predictions – plus, include an extensive amount of players to better help acknowledge potential sleepers. The rankings will be updated often so you can expect frequent changes to them as the season unfolds. They will be accurate based on transactions, injury, and other various situations.

***Factors such as forecasting sleepers, injury concern, potential keeper option, schedule strength, and such are used in compiling list.

Scoring system evaluation is relevant to most-standard formats. Although, reflects….

Passing Touchdown = 6pts
Passing Yards:
0-149 = 0pt
150-199 = 1pts
200-249 = 2pts
250-299 = 4pts
300-349 = 6pts
350-399 = 8pts
400-449 = 10pts
450-499 = 12pts
500-549 = 14pts
550+ = 16pts
Passing INT = -2pts
Passing 2-point Conversion = 2pts

Rushing Touchdown = 6pts
Rushing Yards:
0-19 = 0pt
20-39 = 2pts
40-59 = 3pts
60-79 = 4pts
80-99 = 5pts
100-119 = 6pts
120-139 = 7pts
140-159 = 8pts
160-179 = 9pts
180-199 = 10pts
200-219 = 11pts
220-239 = 12pts
240-259 = 13pts
260-279 = 14pts
280-299 = 15pts
300+ = 18pts
Rush Fumble Lost = -2pts
Rushing 2-point Conversion = 2pts

Receiving Touchdown = 6pts
Receptions:
0-4 = 0pt
5-9 = 1pt
10+ = 3pts
Receiving Yards:
0-19= 0pt
20-39 = 2pts
40-59 = 3pts
60-79 = 4pts
80-99 = 5pts
100-119 = 6pts
120-139 = 7pts
140-159 = 8pts
160-179 = 9pts
180-199 = 10pts
200-219 = 11pts
220-239 = 12pts
240-259 = 13pts
260-279 = 14pts
280-299 = 15pts
300+ = 18pts
Receiving Fumble Lost = -2pts
Receiving 2-point Conversion = 2pts

Individual Punt Return/Kick Return Touchdown = 6pts

Kicking:
XP = 1pt
FG 0-49 = 3pts
FG 50+ = 4pts

Defense:
Defensive/ST Fumble Recovered = 2pts
Defensive and Special Teams Touchdown = 7pts
INT = 2pts
Sack = 1pt
Safety = 5pts
Shutout/0 Points Allowed = 10pts
Yards Alloowed:
0-199 = 6pts
200-249 = 3pts
250-299 = 1pt
300-399 = 0pt
400-449 = -1pts
450-499 = -3pts
500+ = -6pts

2015 NFL Fantasy Rankings:

(HHHH) = Injury Concern (Details listed if possible)
PUP – Physically Unable to Preform (likely out until Week 6 or later)
IR – Injured Reserve (Season injury unless noted with IR/R)
IR/R = Injured Reserve with Designation for Return after missing 8 weeks of action from date placed on list.

(PSM) = Practice Squad Member (With team, but not active)

(SSSS) = Suspension (Length listed if known)

(DNR) = Did Not Report

**Multiple positions listed to those whom it may apply.
KR – Kick or Punt Returner, FB – Fullback, ect

UPDATED: 01/07/2016 (12:00PM)

QB:

1. Andrew Luck – Colts. Bye
2. Aaron Rodgers – Packers. Bye
3. Cam Newton – Carolina. Bye
4. Tom Brady – Patriots. Bye
5. Ben Roethlisberger – Steelers. Bye
6. Russell Wilson – Seattle. Bye
7. Andy Dalton – Bengals. Bye
8. Tony Romo – Dallas. Bye
9. Blake Bortles – Jaguars. Bye
10. Matt Ryan – Falcons. Bye
11. Derek Carr – Raiders. Bye
12. Drew Brees – Saints. Bye
13. Peyton Manning – Denver. Bye
14. Carson Palmer – Arizona. Bye
15. Ryan Tannehill – Dolphins. Bye
16. Phillip Rivers – Chargers. Bye
17. Marcus Mariota – Titans. Bye
18. Eli Manning – Giants. Bye
19. Matthew Stafford – Lions. Bye
20. Joe Flacco – Ravens. Bye
21. Kirk Cousins – Redskins. Bye
22. Jameis Wintston – Tampa Bay. Bye
23. Sam Bradford – Eagles. Bye
24. Teddy Bridgewater – Vikings. Bye
25. Alex Smith – Chiefs. Bye
26. Jay Cutler – Bears. Bye
27. Colin Kaepernick – 49ers. Bye
28. Nick Foles – Rams. Bye
29. Ryan Fitzpatrick – Jets. Bye
30. Tyrod Taylor – Bills. Bye
31. Johnny Manziel – Browns. Bye
32. Brian Hoyer – Texans. Bye
33. Brock Owseiler – Denver. Bye
34. Paxton Lynch – . Bye (RRRR)
35. Geno Smith – Jets. Bye
36. Jared Goff – . Bye (RRRR)
37. Zach Mettenberger – Titans. Bye
38. Cardale Jones – . Bye (RRRR)
39. Robert Griffin III – Redskins. Bye
40. Connor Cook – . Bye (RRRR)
41. Blaine Gabbert – 49ers. Bye
42. Ryan Mallett – Ravens. Bye
43. Jimmy Garroppolo – Patriots. Bye
44. EJ Manuel – Bills. Bye
45. Josh McCown – Browns. Bye
46. Mark Sanchez – Eagles. Bye
47. Drew Stanton – Arizona. Bye
48. Christian Hackenberg – . Bye
49. AJ McCarron – Bengals. Bye
50. Carson Wentz – . Bye (RRRR)
51. Landry Jones – Steelers. Bye
52. Kevin Hogan – . Bye (RRRR)
53. Austin Davis – Browns. Bye
54. Kellen Moore – Dallas. Bye
55. Shaun Hill – Vikings. Bye
56. Brandon Weeden – Texans. Bye
57. Mike Glennon – Tampa Bay. Bye
58. Derek Anderson – Carolina. Bye
59. Matt Moore – Dolphins. Bye
60. Garrett Grayson – Saints. Bye
61. Matt Schaub – Ravens. Bye
62. Matt Hasselbeck – Colts. Bye
63. Jacoby Brissett – . Bye (RRRR)
64. Chad Henne – Jaguars. Bye
65. Matt Cassel – Dallas. Bye
66. Gunner Kiel – . Bye (RRRR)
67. Chase Daniel – Chiefs. Bye
68. Bryce Petty – Jets. Bye
69. Kellen Clemens – Chargers. Bye
70. Sean Mannion – Rams. Bye
71. Jimmy Clausen – Ravens. Bye
72. Cody Kessler – . Bye (RRRR)
73. Luke McCown – Saints. Bye
74. Dan Orlovsky – Lions. Bye
75. Michael Vick – Steelers. Bye
76. Scott Tolzien – Packers. Bye
77. Matt Barkley – Arizona. Bye
78. Jacob Coker – . Bye (RRRR)
79. Colt McCoy – Redskins. Bye
80. Mike McGloin – Raiders. Bye
81. TJ Yates – Texans. Bye
82. Case Keenum – Rams. Bye
83. Sean Renfree – Falcons. Bye
84. Brett Hundley – Packers. Bye
85. Ryan Nassib – Giants. Bye
86. Tavaris Jackson – Seattle. Bye
87. Bruce Gradkowski – Steelers. Bye
88. Charlie Whitehurst – Titans. Bye
89. Tom Savage – Texans. Bye
90. Nate Sudfeld – . Bye (RRRR)
91. Matt Flynn –
92. Aaron Murphy – Chiefs. Bye
93. Dak Prescott – . Bye (RRRR)
94. Logan Thomas – Dolphins. Bye
95. Kyle Orton –
96. Joe Webb – Carolina. Bye (WR)
97. Josh Freeman – Colts. Bye
98. Christian Ponder –
99. Matt Johnson – . Bye (RRRR)
100. Matt Simms – Falcons. Bye
101. Tyler Bray – Chiefs. Bye
102. David Fales –
103. Josh Johnson –
104. Ricky Stanzi – Lions. Bye
105. BJ Daniels – Texans. Bye (WR)
106. Josh Dobbs – . Bye (RRRR)
107. Trevor Siemian – Denver. Bye
108. Taylor Heinicke – Vikings. Bye
109. Rex Grossman –
110. Wes Lunt – . Bye (RRRR)
111. Jason Campbell –
112. Tim Tebow – (TE/RB)
113. Ryan Lindley –
114. Thaddeus Lewis –
115. Taysom Hill – . Bye (RRRR)
116. Tyler Thigpen –
117. McLeod Bethel-Thompson – Dolphins. Bye
118. Zac Dysert – Texans. Bye
119. Mike Kafka –
120. Matt Blanchard –
121. Jeff Tuel –
122. Connor Shaw –
123. Bryn Renner – Ravens. Bye
124. Alex Tanney – Bills. Bye
125. Travis Wilson – . Bye (RRRR)
126. Stephen Morris – Eagles. Bye
127. Ryan Griffin – Tampa Bay. Bye
128. Brandon Doughty – . Bye (RRRR)
129. Brady Quinn –
130. Caleb Hanie –
131. Brad Sorensen –
132. Chandler Harnish –
133. Trevor Boykin – . Bye (WR) (RRRR)
134. Dustin Vaughan –
135. Max Wittek – . Bye (RRRR)
136. Keith Wenning – Bengals. Bye
137. Pat Devlin –
138. John Skelton –
139. Curtis Painter –
140. Everett Golson – . Bye (RRRR)
141. Garrett Gilbert –
142. Jameill Showers – Dallas. Bye
143. Tyler Wilson –
144. Dylan Thompson – 49ers. Bye
145. Seth Lobato –
146. Kevin Kolb – (Retired)
147. Jake Locker – (Retired)
148. Tahj Boyd –
149. Jordan Palmer –
150. Matt Leinart –
151. Greg McElroy –
152. Seneca Wallace –
153. Cody Fajardo –
154. R.J. Archer –
155. Vince Young –
156. Zac Robinson –
157. Dennis Dixon –
158. Bryan Bennett –
159. Shane Carder –
160. Chase Rettig –
161. David Garrard – (Retired)
162. Trent Edwards –
163. Graham Harrell –
164. Matt Scott –
165. Logan Kilgore –
166. Brandon Kay –
167. Jake Waters –
168. James Franklin –
169. Anthony Boone –
170. Rusty Smith –
171. Jerrod Johnson –
172. Phillip Sims –
173. Aaron Corp –
174. Dominique Davis –
175. Jeff Mathews –
176. Jordan Rodgers –
177. Jerry Lovelocke –
178. Cole Stoudt –
179. AJ Feeley –
180. David Carr –
181. Billy Volek –
182. Chris Redman –
183. John Beck –
184. Jim Sorgi –
185. Jake Heaps –
186. Byron Leftwich –
187. JaMarcus Russell –
188. Pat White –
189. Tyler Murphy –
190. Stephen McGee –
191. BJ Coleman –
192. Richard Bartel –
193. John Parker-Wilson –
194. Brodie Croyle –
195. Jonathan Crompton –
196. Brandon Bridge –
197. Taylor Kelly –
198. Hutson Mason –
199. Seth Doege –
200. Adam Weber –
201. Nathan Enderle –
202. Bo Wallace –
203. Josh Portis –
204. Tom Brandstater –
205. Colby Cameron –
206. Nick Stephens –
207. Chris Bonner –
208. Caleb TerBush –
209. Ryan Katz –
210. Connor Halliday – (Retired)

RB:

1. Le’Veon Bell – Steelers. Bye
2. Todd Gurley Jr. – Rams. Bye
3. Adrian Peterson – Vikings. Bye
4. Devonte Freeman – Falcons. Bye
5. Jamaal Charles – Chiefs. Bye
6. Mark Ingram – Saints. Bye
7. Eddie Lacy – Packers. Bye
8. Doug Martin – Tampa Bay. Bye
9. David Johnson – Arizona. Bye
10. Justin Forsett – Ravens. Bye
11. Matt Forte – Bears. Bye
12. Marshawn Lynch – Seattle. Bye
13. LeSean McCoy – Bills. Bye
14. Lamar Miller – Dolphins. Bye
15. DeMarco Murray – Eagles. Bye
16. Arian Foster – Texans. Bye
17. Carlos Hyde – 49ers. Bye
18. Jonathan Stewart – Carolina. Bye
19. Jeremy Hill – Bengals. Bye
20. Latavius Murray – Raiders. Bye
21. Melvin Gordon III – Chargers. Bye
22. Matt Jones – Redskins. Bye
23. Frank Gore – Colts. Bye
24. Giovani Bernard – Bengals. Bye (KR)
25. TJ Yeldon – Jaguars. Bye
26. Derrick Henry – . Bye (RRRR)
27. Karlos Williams – Bills. Bye
28. Chris Ivory – Jets. Bye
29. Duke Johnson – Browns. Bye (KR)
30. Ameer Abdullah – Lions. Bye
31. Buck Allen – Ravens. Bye
32. DeAngelo Williams – Steelers. Bye
33. Jeremy Langford – Bears. Bye
34. Alfred Morris – Redskins. Bye
35. CJ Anderson – Denver. Bye
36. James Starks – Packers. Bye
37. Ryan Matthews – Eagles. Bye
38. Thomas Rawis – Seattle. Bye
39. Darren McFadden – Dallas. Bye
40. Rashad Jennings – Giants. Bye
41. LaGarrette Blount – Patriots. Bye
42. Andre Ellington – Arizona. Bye
43. Danny Woodhead – Chargers. Bye (WR)
44. Charcandrick West – Chiefs. Bye
45. Ronnie Hillman – Denver. Bye
46. Charles Sims – Tampa Bay. Bye
47. Antonio Andrews – Titans. Bye
48. Joique Bell – Lions. Bye
49. Shane Vereen – Giants. Bye (WR)
50. Ezekiel Elliott – . Bye (RRRR)
51. Isaiah Crowell – Browns. Bye
52. David Cobb – Titans. Bye
53. Tevin Coleman – Falcons. Bye
54. Devontae Booker – . Bye (RRRR)
55. Chris Johnson – Arizona. Bye
56. Darren Sproles – Eagles. Bye (WR/KR)
57. Bilal Powell – Jets. Bye
58. Jay Ajayi – Dolphins. Bye
59. Cameron Artis-Payne – Carolina. Bye
60. Tre Mason – Rams. Bye
61. CJ Spiller – Saints. Bye
62. Knile Davis – Chiefs. Bye
63. Josh Robinson – Colts. Bye
64. Bishop Sankey – Titans. Bye
65. Chris Polk – Texans. Bye (KR)
66. Alex Collins – . Bye (RRRR)
67. Denard Robinson – Jaguars. Bye (WR/KR)
68. Khiry Robinson – Saints. Bye
69. James White – Patriots. Bye
70. Andre Williams – Giants. Bye
71. Robert Turbin – Dallas. Bye
72. Roy Helu Jr. – Raiders. Bye
73. Theo Reddick – Lions. Bye (WR/KR)
74. Reggie Bush – 49ers. Bye (WR/KR)
75. Mike Tolbert – Carolina. Bye (FB)
76. Jerrick McKinnon – Vikings. Bye
77. Aaron Green – . Bye (RRRR)
78. Christine Michael – Seattle. Bye
79. Jalen Hurd – . Bye (RRRR)
80. Mike Davis – 49ers. Bye
81. Ka’Deem Carey – Bears. Bye
82. Dion Lewis – Patriots. Bye (WR)
83. DJ Foster – . Bye (RRRR)
84. Branden Oliver – Chargers. Bye
85. Terrance West – Ravens. Bye
86. Dexter McCluster – Titans. Bye (WR/KR)
87. Alfred Blue – Texans. Bye
88. Josh Ferguson – . Bye (RRRR)
89. Ahmad Bradshaw – Colts. Bye
90. Chris Thompson – Redskins. Bye (KR)
91. Brandon Bolden – Patriots. Bye
92. Kareem Hunt – . Bye (RRRR)
93. Lance Dunbar – Dallas. Bye (WR)
94. Benny Cunningham – Rams. Bye
95. Fred Jackson – Seattle. Bye
96. Tim Hightower – Saints. Bye
97. Donald Brown – Chargers. Bye
98. Fozzy Whittaker – Carolina. Bye
99. Steven Ridley – Jets. Bye
100. Joseph Randle –
101. Matt Asiata – Vikings. Bye
102. Montee Ball – Patriots. Bye
103. Lorenzo Taliaferro – Ravens. Bye
104. Jonas Gray – Jaguars. Bye
105. Ray Rice –
106. Anthony Dixon – Bills. Bye (FB)
107. Damien Williams – Dolphins. Bye
108. Zac Stacy – Jets. Bye
109. Dan Herron – Bills. Bye
110. Bryce Brown – Seattle. Bye
111. Juwan Thompson – Denver. Bye
112. Pierre Thomas – Redskins. Bye
113. Marcel Reece – Raiders. Bye (FB/TE)
114. Bobby Rainey – Tampa Bay. Bye
115. Trent Richardson –
116. Marcus Murphy – Saints. Bye (KR)
117. John Kuhn – Packers. Bye (FB)
118. Toby Gerhart – Jaguars. Bye (FB)
119. Orleans Darkwa – Giants. Bye
120. Jacquizz Rodgers – Bears. Bye
121. Kenneth Dixon – . Bye (RRRR)
122. Jonathan Grimes – Texans. Bye
123. Taiwan Jones – Raiders. Bye (CB)
124. Terron Ward – Falcons. Bye
125. Bernard Pierce – Jaguars. Bye
126. Dri Archer – Steelers. Bye (WR/KR)
127. Stepfan Taylor – Arizona. Bye
128. Travaris Cadet – Saints. Bye
129. Kendall Gaskins – 49ers. Bye
130. Steven Jackson – Patriots. Bye
131. Cedric Peerman – Bengals. Bye
132. Spencer Ware – Chiefs. Bye (FB)
133. Isaiah Pead – Rams. Bye
134. Shaun Draughn – 49ers. Bye (KR)
135. Kenjon Barner – Eagles. Bye
136. Jordan Todman – Steelers. Bye (KR)
137. Rex Burkhead – Bengals. Bye
138. LaMike James – Dolphins. Bye (KR)
139. Rod Smith – Dallas. Bye
140. Vick Ballard –
141. Mike Gillislee – Bills. Bye
142. Kendall Hunter – 49ers. Bye
143. Raheem Mostert – Ravens. Bye
144. Alonzo Harris – Packers. Bye
145. Ben Tate –
146. Glenn Winston – Browns. Bye
147. Gus Johnson – Dallas. Bye
148. Cierre Wood – Bills. Bye
149. Knowshon Moreno –
150. Mike James – Tampa Bay. Bye
151. Fitzgerald Toussaint – Steelers. Bye
152. Shonn Greene –
153. Zach Zenner – Lions. Bye
154. Tyler Gaffney – Patriots. Bye
155. Willis McGahee –
156. Rajion Neal – Dolphins. Bye
157. Kapri Bibbs – Denver. Bye
158. BenJarvus Green-Ellis –
159. Brandon Wegher – Carolina. Bye
160. Chase Reynolds – Rams. Bye

103. Jarryd Haynes – 49ers. Bye 10 (KR)
123. Kyle Juszczyk – Ravens. Bye 9 (FB/TE)
124. Derrick Coleman – Seattle. Bye 9 (FB)
129. Darrel Young – Redskins. Bye 8 (FB)
136. Bruce Miller – 49ers. Bye 10 (FB)
139. Anthony Sherman – Chiefs. Bye 9 (FB)
140. Antone Smith –
142. Tyler Varga – Colts. Bye 10 (FB)
143. Corey Grant – Jaguars. Bye 8
147. Will Johnson – Steelers. Bye 11 (FB)
148. Jalston Fowler – Titans. Bye 4 (FB)
149. David Johnson – Chargers. Bye 10 (FB/TE)
150. Mike Burton – Lions. Bye 9 (FB)
151. Nikita Whitlock – Giants. Bye 11 (FB)
152. Cory Harkey – Rams. Bye 6 (FB)
153. Jerome Felton – Bills. Bye 8 (FB)
154. Tommy Bohanon – Jets. Bye 5 (FB)
155. Richie Brockel – Carolina. Bye 5 (FB/TE)
156. Austin Johnson – Tampa Bay. Bye 6 (FB)
157. Jorvorskie Lane – Tampa Bay. Bye 6 (FB)
158. Austin Johnson – Saints. Bye 11 (FB)
159. Tyler Clutts – Dallas. Bye 6 (FB)
160. Zach Line – Vikings. Bye 5 (FB)
163. Trey Watts – Rams. Bye 6
164. Michael Bush –
165. Jamize Olawale – Raiders. Bye 6 (FB)
169. George Winn – Lions. Bye 9 (PSM)
170. Kenny Hilliard – Texans. Bye 9 (PSM)
173. Malcolm Brown – Rams. Bye 6 (PSM)
174. James Wilder Jr. – Bengals. Bye 7 (PSM)
177. Marcus Lattimore – 49ers. Bye 10 (HHHH – NFl)
178. Daniel Thomas –
179. Evan Royster –
180. Cyrus Gray –
182. Daryl Richardson –
183. Ray Agnew – Redskins. Bye 8 (FB) (PSM)
184. Marion Grice –
185. Kerwynn Williams –
186. John Crockett – Packers. Bye 7 (PSM)
187. Darrin Reaves –
188. Storm Johnson –
189. Dominique Williams – Vikings. Bye 5 (PSM)
191. Andre Brown –
192. Jahwan Edwards – Falcons. Bye 10 (PSM)
193. Dreamius Smith – Chargers. Bye 10 (PSM)
195. Michael Dyer –
196. Edwin Baker –
197. Terrell Watson – Bengals. Bye 7 (PSM)
198. Trey Williams – Redskins. Bye 8 (PSM)
199. Henry Hynoski – (FB)
200. Maurice Jones-Drew – (Retired)
201. Erik Lorig – (FB)
202. Jackie Battle – (FB)
203. Robert Hughes – (FB)
204. Beanie Wells –
205. Ronnie Brown –
206. Jed Collins – (FB)
207. Dominique Brown –
208. Patrick DiMarco – Falcons. Bye 10 (FB)
209. Toben Opurum – Saints. Bye 11 (FB) (PSM)
210. Ryan Williams – Dallas. Bye 6 (HHHH – Season/IR)
211. Zach Laskey – Rams. Bye 6 (FB) (PSM)
212. James Develin – Patriots. Bye 4 (FB) (HHHH – Season/IR)
213. Blake Renaud – Vikings. Bye 5 (FB) (PSM)
214. Julian Howsare – Jets. Bye 5 (FB) (PSM)
215. Silas Redd – Redskins. Bye 8 (HHHH – Season/IR)
216. Josh Harris –
217. Jay Prosch – Texans. Bye 9 (FB)
218. Ryan Hewitt – (FB/TE)
219. Joe Don Duncan – (FB)
221. Orson Charles – (FB/TE)
222. DuJuan Harris –
223. Matthew Tucker –
224. Tashard Choice –
225. Isaac Redman –
226. Zurlon Tipton –
227. Peyton Hillis – (FB)
228. Jeremy Stewart –
229. Lache Seastrunk –
230. Alex Green –
231. George Atkinson –
232. Chris Ogbonnaya – (Retired) (FB)
233. Felix Jones –
234. Jerome Smith –
235. Joe Banyard –
236. Senorise Perry –
237. Brandon Jacobs –
238. Miguel Maysonet –
239. Mikel LeShoure –
240. Michael Cox – (KR)
241. Da’Rel Scott –
242. Leon Washington – (KR)
243. Bernard Scott –
244. Henry Josey –
245. Montario Hardesty –
246. Joe McKnight – (KR)
247. David Wilson – (Retired)
248. Curtis Brinkley –
249. La’Rod Stephens-Howling –
250. Jonathan Dwyer – (SSSS – INDEF)
251. Dennis Johnson –
252. Kory Sheets –
253. Michael Ford –
254. Akeem Hunt –
255. Tony Fiammetta – (FB)
256. Collin Mooney – FB)
257. John Conner – (FB)
258. Michael Hill –
259. Jeff Demps – (KR)
260. Terrence Magee – Ravens. Bye 9
261. Phillip Tanner –
262. Demitrius Bronson –
263. Rashard Mendenhall – (Retired)
264. Michael Turner – (Retired)
265. Cedric Benson – (Retired)
266. Jahvid Best – (Retired)
267. Synjyn Days –
268. Stanley Havili – (FB)
269. Emil Igwenagu – (FB/TE)
270. Trey Millard – (FB/TE)
271. Brad Smelley – (FB/TE)
272. Kiero Small – (FB)
273. Deji Karim –
274. Frank Summers – (FB)
275. Lonnie Pryor – (FB)
276. Le’Ron McClain – (FB)
277. Montrell Owens – (FB)
278. Bradie Ewing – (FB)
279. Keshawn Hill –
280. DJ Adams –
281. Ronnie Wingo –
282. Kenneth Harper –
283. Jalen Parmele –
284. Tauren Poole –
285. Jason Snelling –
286. Jewel Hampton –
287. Jonathan Franklin – (Retired)
288. JC Copeland – (FB/TE)
289. Will Ta’ufo’ou – (FB)
290. Vonta Leach – (FB)
291. Will Tukuafu – Seattle. Bye 9 (FB)
292. Lee Ward –
293. Ray Graham –
294. Ross Scheuerman –
295. Brian Leonard – (FB)
296. Jacob Hester – (FB)
297. Spencer Larsen – (FB)
298. Eric Kettani – (FB)
299. Delone Carter –
300. Jawan Jamison –
301. Aaron Ripkowski – Packers. Bye 7 (FB)
302. Chris Pressley – (FB)
303. Jordan Campbell – (FB)
304. Harvey Unga – (FB)
305. Tim Cornett –
306. Ben Malena –
307. Darius Reynaud – (KR)
308. Greg Jones – (FB)
309. Javon Ringer –
310. Ryan Torain –
311. Kahlil Bell –
312. Kevin Smith – (Retired)
313. Alfonso Smith –
314. Joey Iosefa – (FB)
315. Connor Neighbors – (FB)
316. Mike Goodson –
317. Tim Flanders –
318. LaDarius Perkins –
319. Jordan Moore – (FB)
320. Lance Ball –
321. Brandon Jackson –
322. Brandon Cottom – (FB)
323. Armando Allen –
324. Jordan Lynch – (QB)
325. Roosevelt Nix – Steelers. Bye 11 (FB)
326. William Powell –
327. Anthony Allen –
328. Josh Vaughan –
329. Davin Meggett –
330. Steven Miller –
331. Zach Bauman –
332. Dominique Williams –
333. Terrance Cobb –
334. Stephen Houston –
335. Michael Smith –
336. Roy Finch –
337. David Fluellen –
338. Derrick Strozier –
339. Damien Thigpen –
340. Chris Rainey –

WR:

1. Antonio Brown – Steelers. Bye
2. Julio Jones – Falcons. Bye
3. DeAndre Hopkins – Texans. Bye
4. Odell Beckham Jr. – Giants. Bye
5. Dez Bryant – Dallas. Bye
6. Demaryius Thomas – Denver. Bye
7. AJ Green – Bengals. Bye
8. Jordy Nelson – Packers. Bye
9. Alshon Jeffery – Bears. Bye
10. Kelvin Benjamin – Carolina. Bye
11. Calvin Johnson – Lions. Bye
12. Allen Robinson – Jaguars. Bye
13. Randall Cobb – Packers. Bye (KR)
14. Mike Evans – Tampa Bay. Bye
15. Julian Edelman – Patriots. Bye (KR)
16. Emmanuel Sanders – Denver. Bye
17. Keenan Allen – Chargers. Bye
18. Amari Cooper – Raiders. Bye
19. TY Hilton – Colts. Bye
20. Jarvis Landry – Dolphins. Bye
21. Brandon Marshall – Jets. Bye
22. Jordan Matthews – Eagles. Bye
23. Martavius Bryant – Steelers. Bye
24. Brandin Cooks – Saints. Bye
25. Jeremy Maclin – Chiefs. Bye
26. Doug Baldwin – Seattle. Bye
27. Sammy Watkins – Bills. Bye
28. Josh Gordon – Browns. Bye
29. John Brown – Arizona. Bye
20. DeSean Jackson – Redskins. Bye (KR)
31. Eric Decker – Jets. Bye
32. Laquon Treadwell – . Bye (RRRR)
33. Stefon Diggs – Vikings. Bye (KR)
34. Donte Moncrief – Colts. Bye
35. Allen Hurns – Jaguars. Bye
36. Golden Tate – Lions. Bye
37. Kevin White – Bears. Bye
38. Vincent Jackson – Tampa Bay. Bye
39. Davonte Adams – Packers. Bye
40. Corey Coleman – . Bye (RRRR)
41. Larry Fitzgerald – Arizona. Bye
42. Pierre Garcon – Redskins. Bye
43. Breshard Perriman – Ravens. Bye
44. Michael Crabtree – Raiders. Bye
45. Dorial Green-Beckham – Titans. Bye
46. Torrey Smith – 49ers. Bye
47. Mike Wallace – Vikings. Bye
48. Michael Thomas – . Bye (RRRR)
49. Terrence Williams – Dallas. Bye
50. Marvin Jones – Bengals. Bye
51. Devante Parker – Dolphins. Bye
52. Ted Ginn Jr. – Carolina. Bye (KR)
53. Tavon Austin – Rams. Bye (RB/KR)
54. Stevie Johnson – Chargers. Bye
55. Kamar Aiken – Ravens. Bye
56. Willie Snead – Saints. Bye
57. Nelson Agholor – Eagles. Bye
58. Michael Floyd – Arizona. Bye
59. Percy Harvin – Bills. Bye (RB/KR)
60. Tyler Boyd – . Bye (RRRR)
61. Rueben Randle – Giants. Bye
62. Kendall Wright – Titans. Bye
63. Travis Benjamin – Browns. Bye (KR)
64. Phillip Dorsett – Colts. Bye
65. Devin Funchess – Carolina. Bye (TE)
66. Tyler Lockett – Seattle. Bye (KR)
67. Robert Woods – Bills. Bye
68. Demarcus Robinson – . Bye (RRRR)
69. Anquan Boldin – 49ers. Bye
70. Jamison Crowder – Redskins. Bye (KR)
71. Markus Wheaton – Steelers. Bye
72. Andre Johnson – Colts. Bye
73. Rishard Matthews – Dolphins. Bye
74. Eddie Royal – Bears. Bye
75. James Jones – Packers. Bye
76. Jermaine Kearse – Seattle. Bye (KR)
77. Mike Williams – . Bye (RRRR)
78. Charles Johnson – Vikings. Bye
79. Victor Cruz – Giants. Bye
80. Cecil Short III – Texans. Bye
81. Brandon LaFell – Patriots. Bye
82. Kenny Stills – Dolphins. Bye
83. Cole Beasley – Dallas. Bye
84. Marques Colston – Saints. Bye
85. Travin Dural – . Bye (RRRR)
86. Jaelen Strong – Texans. Bye
87. Ty Montgomery – Packers. Bye (KR)
88. Roddy White – Falcons. Bye
89. Marquess Wilson – Bears. Bye
90. Devin Smith – Jets. Bye
91. Seth Roberts – Raiders. Bye
92. Nate Washington – Texans. Bye
93. Andrew Hawkins – Browns. Bye
94. Mohamed Sanu – Bengals. Bye
95. Josh Doctson – . Bye (RRRR)
96. Greg Jennings – Dolphins. Bye
97. Leonard Hankerson – Bills. Bye
98. Brandon Coleman – Saints. Bye
99. Josh Huff – Eagles. Bye
100. Steve Smith – (Retired)
101. Albert Wilson – Chiefs. Bye
102. Paul Richardson – Seattle. Bye
103. Brian Quick – Rams. Bye
104. Ryan Grant – Redskins. Bye
105. Reggie Wayne –
106. Dwayne Bowe – Browns. Bye
107. Rashad Greene – Jaguars. Bye
108. Justin Hunter – Titans. Bye
109. Cody Latimer – Denver. Bye
110. Kenny Britt – Rams. Bye
111. Danny Amendola – Patriots. Bye
112. Cordarelle Patterson – Vikings. Bye (KR)
113. Malcolm Floyd – Chargers. Bye 10
114. Quinton Patton – 49ers. Bye
115. De’Runnya Wilson – . Bye (RRRR)
116. Philly Brown – Carolina. Bye
117. Marlon Brown – Ravens. Bye
118. Corey Davis – . Bye (RRRR)
119. Justin Hardy – Falcons. Bye
120. Hakeem Nicks – Giants. Bye
121. Lance Moore – Lions. Bye
122. Chris Conley – Chiefs. Bye (KR)
123. Pharaoh Cooper – . Bye (RRRR)
124. Harry Douglas – Titans. Bye
125. Donteea Dye – Tampa Bay. Bye
126. Darrius Heyward-Bey – Steelers. Bye
127. Brice Butler – Dallas. Bye
128. Braxton Miller – . Bye (QB) (RRRR)
129. Dwayne Harris – Giants. Bye (KR)
130. Jerricho Cotchery – Carolina. Bye
131. Rod Streater – Raiders. Bye
132. Marquise Lee – Jaguars. Bye
133. Jaron Brown – Arizona. Bye
134. Dontrelle Inman – Chargers. Bye
135. Chris Owusu – Jets. Bye
136. Jordan Norwood – Denver. Bye
137. Jared Abbrederis – Packers. Bye
138. Brian Hartline – Browns. Bye
139. Aaron Dobson – Patriots. Bye
140. Jarius Wright – Vikings. Bye
141. Michael Campanaro – Ravens. Bye
132. Josh Bellamy – Bears. Bye
143. Andre Holmes – Raiders. Bye
144. Jeremy Kerley – Jets. Bye (KR)
145. Kenbrell Thompkins – Jets. Bye
146. De’Anthony Thomas – Chiefs. Bye (RB/KR)
147. JJ Nelson – Arizona. Bye
148. Chris Hogan – Bills. Bye
149. Bryan Walters – Jaguars. Bye
150. Keith Mumphery – Texans. Bye
151. Jerome Simpson – 49ers. Bye
152. Lucky Whitehead – Dallas. Bye (KR)
153. Adam Humphries – Tampa Bay. Bye
154. Sammie Coats – Steelers. Bye
155. Andre Roberts – Redskins. Bye
156. Devin Hester – Falcons. Bye (KR)
157. Riley Cooper – Eagles. Bye
158. Jeff Janis – Packers. Bye
159. Corey Fuller – Lions. Bye
160. Taylor Gabriel – Browns. Bye
161. Jason Avant – Chiefs. Bye
162. Miles Austin – Eagles. Bye
163. Bruce Ellington – 49ers. Bye (KR)
164. Denarius Moore –
165. Justin Blackmon – Jaguars. Bye (SSSS)
166. Quincy Enunwa – Jets. Bye
167. Cameron Meredith – Bears. Bye
168. Jacoby Jones – Steelers. Bye (KR)
169. Chris Givens – Ravens. Bye
170. Wes Welker – Rams. Bye
171. Keshawn Martin – Patriots. Bye (KR)
172. Chris Matthews –
173. Devin Street – Dallas. Bye
174. Andre Caldwell – Denver. Bye
175. Brandon Tate – Bengals. Bye (KR)
176. Kevin Norwood – Carolina. Bye
177. Louis Murphy – Tampa Bay. Bye
178. Randy Moss – (Retired)
179. Brandon Gibson – Patriots. Bye
180. Stedman Bailey – Rams. Bye
181. Greg Little – Bengals. Bye
182. TJ Jones – Lions. Bye
183. Stephen Hill – Carolina. Bye
184. Kenny Bell – Tampa Bay. Bye
185. Terrelle Pryor – (QB)
186. Jarrett Boykins –
187. Marquise Goodwin – Bills. Bye (KR)
188. Darren Waller – Ravens. Bye
189. Geremy Davis – Giants. Bye
190. Nick Toon –
191. Ricardo Lockette – Seattle. Bye
192. Russell Shepard – Tampa Bay. Bye
193. Jeremy Ross – Ravens. Bye (KR)
194. Adam Thielen – Vikings. Bye
195. Preston Parker –
196. Eric Weems – Falcons. Bye (KR)
197. Marc Mariani – Bears. Bye (KR)
198. Rashad Ross – Redskins. Bye
199. Frankie Hammond – Chiefs. Bye
200. Donnie Avery –
201. Arrelious Benn – Jaguars. Bye
202. DeAndre Smelter – 49ers. Bye
203. Deonte Thompson – Bills. Bye (KR)
204. Jeremy Butler – Ravens. Bye
205. Torrence Allen – Chargers. Bye
206. Griff Whalen – Colts. Bye
207. Brittan Golden – Arizona. Bye
208. Jalen Saunders – Bears. Bye
209. Bennie Fowler – Denver. Bye
210. Vincent Brown –
211. Matt Hazel – Dolphins. Bye
212. Marcus Thigpen – Bills. Bye (KR/RB)
213. Tyler Murphy – Steelers. Bye
214. Kaelin Clay – Tampa Bay. Bye
215. Darius Johnson – Texans. Bye (KR)
216. Marlon Moore – Browns. Bye
217. Seantavius Jones – Saints. Bye
218. Mike Williams –
219. Andrew Peacock – Lions. Bye
220. Marcus Easley – Bills. Bye
221. Ace Sanders – (RB)
222. Tiquan Underwood –
223. Brenton Bersin – Carolina. Bye
224. Duron Carter – Colts. Bye
225. George Farmer –
226. Matthew Slater – Patriots. Bye
227. DeAndrew White – 49ers. Bye
228. Bradley Marquez – Rams. Bye
229. Mario Alford – Bengals. Bye
230. Alan Bonner – Texans. Bye
231. Uzoma Nwachukwu – Dolphins. Bye
232. Santonio Holmes –
233. Tyrell Williams – Chargers. Bye
234. Nick Williams – Falcons. Bye
235. Brandon Lloyd –
236. Robert Herron – Tampa Bay. Bye
237. Terrell Owens – (Retired)
238. Chad Johnson – (Retired)
239. Braylon Edwards – (Retired)
240. Plaxico Burress – (Retired)
241. Joseph Morgan – Saints. Bye
242. Julian Talley – Giants. Bye
243. Austin Pettis – Chargers. Bye
244. Quron Pratt – Eagles. Bye
245. Seyi Ajirotutu –
246. Saalim Hakim – Jets. Bye
247. Aldrick Robinson – Ravens. Bye
248. DeVier Posey –
249. David Nelson –
250. Kris Durham –
251. AJ Jenkins –
252. James Wright – Bengals. Bye
253. TJ Graham – Jets. Bye
254. Nathan Palmer – Denver. Bye
255. Da’Rick Rodgers –
256. LaRon Byrd – Dolphins. Bye
257. Clyde Gates – Titans. Bye
258. Quan Bray – Colts. Bye
259. Vince Mayle – Dallas. Bye
260. DiAndre Campbell – 49ers. Bye
261. Damien Williams – Rams. Bye
262. Josh Morgan – Saints. Bye
263. Juron Criner – Giants. Bye
264. Santana Moss –
265. Devery Henderson –
266. Jon Baldwin –
267. Drew Davis – Falcons. Bye
268. Tavarres King – Tampa Bay. Bye 6
269. DaVaris Daniels – Vikings. Bye
270. Chris Harper – (TE)
271. Nate Burleson –
272. Kevin Smith – Seattle. Bye
273. Corey Washington – Giants. Bye
274. Tre McBride –
275. LaVon Brazill – (SSSS)

185. Robert Meachem –
193. Brian Tyms –
194. Ryan Broyles –
195. Junior Hemmingway –
200. Devante Davis –
202. Kevin Ogletree –
205. Earl Bennent –
207. Danario Alexander –
208. Josh Boyce –
217. Lester Jean –
221. Mario Manningham –
224. Anthony Armstrong –
229. Justin Brown –
231. Jerrel Jernigan –
232. Damien Copeland – Jaguars. Bye 8
233. Derek Hagan –
234. Jeff Maehl – Eagles. Bye 8
235. Kyle Williams – Denver. Bye 7 (KR)
236. Jacoby Ford – Titans. Bye 4 (KR)
237. Laurent Robinson –
240. Tandon Doss – Jaguars. Bye 8 (KR)
241. Austin Collie –
242. Armon Binns – Chiefs. Bye 9
243. Sidney Rice – (Retired)
244. Cobi Hamilton – Bengals. Bye 7
245. Trindon Holliday – Raiders. Bye 6 (KR/RB)
248. Kevin Cone – Browns. Bye 11
249. Mike Thomas –
250. Ryan Spadola – Arizona. Bye 9
251. Dane Sanzenbacher –
252. Tommy Streeter – Dolphins. Bye 5
253. Josh Cribbs – (KR)
254. Dezmon Briscoe –
256. Devon Wylie – Rams. Bye 6
257. Myles White – Packers. Bye 7
258. David Gilreath – Seattle. Bye 9
260. Rodney Smith – Browns. Bye 11
261. Jabar Gaffney –
263. Steve Breaston –
266. Dominik Hixon –
269. Greg Salas – Lions. Bye 9
270. Dres Anderson – 49ers. Bye 10
271. Kevin Dorsey –
272. Greg Orton – Patriots. Bye 4
273. Early Doucet –
274. Tony Washington – Jaguars. Bye 8
275. Emory Blake – Rams. Bye 6
276. Brad Smith – (QB)
277. Mike Brown – Carolina. Bye 5
279. L’Damian Washington –
280. Brian Robiskie –
282. Levi Norwood – Bears. Bye 7
283. Kevin Walter –
284. Rico Richardson – Titans. Bye 4
287. Andre Debose –
288. Walter Powell – Jets. Bye
289. Colin Lockett – Redskins. Bye
290. Tobais Palmer – Bills. Bye
292. Shaquelle Evans –
298. Michael Preston – Dolphins. Bye
299. Skye Dawson –
300. Jaxon Shipley – Arizona. Bye
301. Antwan Goodley – Dallas. Bye
302. Kerry Taylor –
304. Chuck Jacobs – 49ers. Bye
305. Dan Buckner –
306. Derek Moye –
307. Bernard Reedy – Falcons. Bye
308. Davone Bess –
310. Courtney Roby –
312. Aaron Mellette –
313. Stephen Burton –
314. Tevin Reese – Bengals. Bye
315. Titus Davis – Chargers. Bye
316. Patrick Edwards –
317. Je’Ron Hamm – Redskins. Bye
318. Ramses Barden –
319. Devin Gardner – (QB)
320. GJ Kinne – Eagles. Bye (QB)
321. Nick Harwell – Dallas. Bye
326. Donte Stallworth –
328. Mike Sims-Walker –
329. Donte Foster – Vikings. Bye
330. Freddie Martino – Falcons. Bye
332. Christion Jones – Dolphins. Bye
335. Jonathan Krause – Patriots. Bye
336. Adrian Coxson – Packers. Bye
337. Lavelle Hawkins –
338. Kassim Osgood –
340. Alec Lemon –
341. Rashad Lawrence – Bears. Bye
342. Bud Sasser –
343. Eric Page – (KR)
344. Ezell Ruffin – Colts. Bye
345. Jace Davis – Texans. Bye
346. Mark Harrison –
347. CJ Goodwin – Steelers. Bye
348. Quinton Dunbar – Redskins. Bye
350. David Reed – (KR)
351. Greg Childs –
352. Michael Jenkins – (Retired)
353. Gerell Robinson –
354. Jamar Newsome –
355. Tori Gurley –
356. Armanti Edwards – (KR)
357. Micheal Spurlock – (KR)
358. Marcus Lucas – Carolina. Bye
359. Rasheed Bailey – Eagles. Bye
360. RJ Harris – Saints. Bye
362. Paul Browning – Browns. Bye
363. Da’Ron Brown – Chiefs. Bye
364. Josh Harper – Raiders. Bye
365. Josh Stewart – Titans. Bye
366. Mario Alford – Benglas. Bye
367. Douglas McNeil – Seattle. Bye
368. Jarred Haggins – Lions. Bye
370. Jordan Norwood –
371. Jerry Rice Jr. –
372. Carlton Mitchell – Falcons. Bye
373. Trevor Harman – Arizona. Bye
374. DeAndre Carter – Ravens. Bye
375. Javontee Herndon – Chargers. Bye
376. Rannell Hall – Tampa Bay. Bye
377. Ryan Lankford – Colts. Bye
378. Brandon Stokley –
379. Deontay Greenberry – Dallas. Bye
380. BJ Cunningham –
381. Evan Spencer – Redskins. Bye
382. Mo Massaquoi –
383. Solomon Patton – Denver. Bye
384. John Chiles – Bears. Bye
385. Jordan Shipley –
386. Tyler McDonald – Dolphins. Bye
387. Eli Rogers – Steelers. Bye
388. Gavin Lutman – Vikings. Bye
389. Marvin McNutt –
390. Stephen Williams –
391. Javess Blue – Packers. Bye
392. Joseph Anderson –
393. Michael Preston –
394. John Haris – Eagles. Bye
395. Johnny Knox – (XXXX)
396. Caleb Holley – Bills. Bye
397. David Gettis –
398. Taylor Price –
399. Chaz Schilens –
400. Marquez Clark – Falcons. Bye
401. Naaman Roosevelt –
402. Kealoha Pilares –
403. Austin Willis – Raiders. Bye
404. Issac Blakeney – 49ers. Bye
405. Joe Adams – (KR)
406. Charly Martin –
407. Chad Hall –
408. Andy Tanner –
409. TJ Moe –
410. Jeremy Ebert –
411. Ben Obomanu –
412. Roscoe Parrish –
413. Damond Powell – Arizona. Bye
414. Cam Worthy – Ravens. Bye
415. Deion Branch –
416. Patrick Crayton –
417. Jason Hill –
418. Devin Aromashadu –
419. Donald Jones – (Retired)
420. Legedu Naanee –
422. Rashied Davis –
423. Terrence Copper –
424. LaQuan Williams –
425. Vernon Johnson – Lions. Bye
426. Chris Boyd –
427. Kashif Moore –
428. Toney Clemons –
430. Isiah Ferguson – Rams. Bye
431. Kerry Meier –
432. Juaquin Iglesias –
433. Terrence Austin –
434. Chansi Stuckey –
435. Gerrard Sheppard –
436. Greg Jenkins –
437. Conner Vernon –
438. Teddy Williams –
439. Deshon Foxx – Seattle. Bye
440. Jimmie Hunt – Packers. Bye
441. Blair White –
443. Jasper Collins –
444. Lance Lewis –
445. Chris Summers –
446. Lanear Sampson –
447. Dinteea Dye – Tampa Bay. Bye
448. Jake Kumerow – Bengals. Bye
449. Saalim Hakim –
450. Demetrius Wilson – Chargers. Bye
451. Geraldo Boldewijn –
452. Lamaar Thomas –
453. Dale Moss –
454. Ifeanyi Momah –
455. Tim Benford –
456. Jordan Leslie – Vikings. Bye
457. Damarr Aultman – Dolphins. Bye
458. Chad Bumphis –
459. Shakim Phillips – Steelers. Bye
460. Vidal Hazelton –
461. Jordan Taylor – Denver. Bye
462. Phil Bates –
463. Reggie Dunn – Dallas. Bye 6
464. Tyler Rutenbeck – Colts. Bye
465. Corey Smith –
466. Emory Blake –
467. Jabin Sambrano –
468. Travis Harvey –
469. Justin Veltung –
470. Freddie Martino –
471. Rashad Lawrence –
472. Alex Gillett –
473. Jerrell Jackson –
474. Tramaine Thompson –
475. Devin Thomas –
476. Cody Hoffman –
477. Lacoltan Bester –
478. Kadron Boone –
479. Kain Colter –
480. Alan Bonner –
481. JD Woods –
482. Jaz Reynolds
483. Maurice Stovall –
484. Ruvell Martin –
485. Ryan Swope – (Retired)

TE:

1. Rob Gronkowski – Patriots. Bye
2. Greg Olsen – Carolina. Bye
3. Jordan Reed – Redskins. Bye
4. Tyler Eifert – Bengals. Bye
5. Travis Kelce – Chiefs. Bye
6. Jimmy Graham – Seattle. Bye
7. Martellus Bennett – Bears. Bye
8. Julius Thomas – Jaguars. Bye
9. Gary Barnidge – Browns. Bye
10. Jason Witten – Dallas. Bye
11. Dwayne Allen – Colts. Bye
12. Kyle Rudolph – Vikings. Bye
13. Zach Ertz – Eagles. Bye
14. Delanie Walker – Titans. Bye
15. Richard Rodgers – Packers. Bye
16. Eric Ebron – Lions. Bye
17. Austin Seferian-Jenkins – Tampa Bay. Bye
18. Crockett Gillmore – Ravens. Bye
19. Jace Amaro – Jets. Bye
20. Antonio Gates – Chargers. Bye
21. Larry Donnell – Giants. Bye
22. Jordan Cameron – Dolphins. Bye
23. Charles Clay – Bills. Bye (TE/FB)
24. Coby Fleener – Colts. Bye
25. Maxx Williams – Ravens. Bye
26. Vernon Davis – Denver. Bye
27. Ladarius Green – Chargers. Bye
28. Zach Miller – Bears. Bye
29. Clive Walford – Raiders. Bye
30. Hunter Henry – . Bye (RRRR)
31. Heath Miller – Steelers. Bye
32. Ben Watson – Saints. Bye
33. Virgil Green – Denver. Bye
34. Scott Chandler – Patriots. Bye
35. Jared Cook – Rams. Bye
36. Niles Paul – Redskins. Bye (WR)
37. Troy Niklas – Arizona. Bye
38. Jacob Tamme – Falcons. Bye
39. Gavin Escobar – Dallas. Bye
40. Garrett Graham – Texans. Bye
41. Owen Daniels – Denver. Bye
42. Josh Hill – Saints. Bye
43. Mychal Rivera – Raiders. Bye
44. Jermaine Gresham – Arizona. Bye
45. Rob Housler – Browns. Bye
46. Brent Celek – Eagles. Bye
47. Tyler Kroft – Bengals. Bye
48. OJ Howard – . Bye (RRRR)
49. Jeff Cumberland – Jets. Bye
50. Mercedes Lewis – Jaguars. Bye
51. Austin Hooper – . Bye (RRRR)
52. Vance McDonald – 49ers. Bye
53. Timothy Wright – Lions. Bye (WR)
54. Luke Willson – Seattle. Bye
55. Evan Engram – . Bye (RRRR)
56. Brandon Pettigrew – Lions. Bye
57. Lance Kendrick – Rams. Bye
58. CJ Fiedorowicz – Texans. Bye
59. Levine Toilolo – Falcons. Bye
60. Bucky Hodges – . Bye (RRRR)
61. Jim Dray – Browns. Bye
62. Dion Sims – Dolphins. Bye
63. Darren Fells – Arizona. Bye
64. Andrew Quarless – Packers. Bye
65. Anthony Fasano – Titans. Bye
66. Brandon Myers – Tampa Bay. Bye
67. Blake Bell – 49ers. Bye (QB/FB)
68. Joseph Fauria –
69. Ed Dickson – Carolina. Bye
70. Logan Paulsen – Redskins. Bye

56. Dante Rosario – Bears. Bye 7
57. Derek Carrier – Redskins. Bye 8
58. Tony Moeaki –
59. MyCole Pruitt – Vikings. Bye 5
63. Daniel Fells – Giants. Bye 11
64. James O’Shaughnessy – Chiefs. Bye 9
67. Fred Davis –
68. Luke Stocker – Tampa Bay. Bye 6
69. Clay Harbor – Jaguars. Bye 8 (WR)
70. James Casey – Denver. Bye 7 (FB)
71. Dennis Pitta – Ravens. Bye 9 (HHHH – PUP)
72. Dustin Keller –
73. Jesse James – Steelers. Bye 11
75. Michael Moomanawanui – Patriots. Bye 4 (FB)
76. Jack Doyle – Colts. Bye 10 (FB)
77. James Hanna – Dallas. Bye 6 (FB)
78. Jermichael Finley – (HHHH)
79. Matt Spaeth – Steelers. Bye 11
80. Nick O’Leary – Bills. Bye 8
81. Adrien Robinson –
82. John Carlson –
83. Arthur Lynch – Jets. Bye 5
85. Demetrius Harris – Chiefs. Bye 9
86. Alex Smith – Saints. Bye 11
87. Zach Miller –
88. Rhett Ellison – Vikings. Bye 5 (FB)
89. Randall Telfer – Browns. Bye 11
90. Ryan Griffin – Texans. Bye 9
91. Craig Stevens – Titans. Bye 4 (FB)
92. Bear Pascoe – Falcons. Bye 10 (FB)
93. Kellen Winslow –
94. Chris Gragg – Bills. Bye 8
95. Ryan Hewitt – Bengals. Bye 4 (FB)
96. Kellen Davis – Jets. Bye 5
97. Je’Ron Hamm – Redskins. Bye 8
98. Nick Boyle – Ravens. Bye 9
99. Kennard Backman – Packers. Bye 7
100. Geoff Swain – Dallas. Bye 6
101. MarQueis Gray – Bills. Bye 8 (FB)
102. Ben Koyack – Jaguars. Bye 8
103. Brandon Williams – Carolina. Bye 5
104. Sean McGrath – Colts. Bye 10
105. Kevin Boss –
106. Lee Smith – Raiders. Bye 6
107. Chase Ford – Vikings. Bye 5
108. Gerald Christian – Arizona. Bye 9
109. Matthew Mulligan – Bills. Bye 8
110. Steve Maneri – Jets. Bye 5
111. Phillip Supernaw – Titans. Bye 4
112. Joel Dreessen –
113. Anthony McCoy – Seattle. Bye 9
114. John Phillips – Chargers. Bye 10
115. DJ Williams – Redskins. Bye 8
116. Trey Burton – Eagles. Bye 8 (FB/WR)
117. Richard Gordon – Chiefs. Bye 9
118. Jake Ballard – (Retired)
119. Garrett Celek – 49ers. Bye 10
120. Brandon Bostick –
122. Chris Cooley –
123. Nic Jacobs – Jaguars. Bye 8
124. Jake Stoneburner – Dolphins. Bye 5
125. Michael Egnew –
126. Dominique Jones – Denver. Bye 7
127. Justin Perillo – Packers. Bye 7
128. Ifeanyi Monah – Arizona. Bye 9
129. Cooper Helfet – Seattle. Bye 9
130. Tom Crabtree –
131. Ryan Taylor – Chiefs. Bye 9
132. Allen Reisner – Ravens. Bye 9
133. Justice Cunningham – Rams. Bye 6
134. Xavier Grimble – 49ers. Bye 10
135. Mickey Shuler – Falcons. Bye 10
136. Chris Pantale – Bears. Bye 7
137. Brian Leonhardt – Raiders. Bye 6
138. Taylor Thompson –
139. Asante Cleveland – Patriots. Bye 4
141. Ray Hamilton – Steelers. Bye 11
142. Gerell Robinson – Dolphins. Bye 5
143. Nick Kasa –
144. Scott Simonson – Carolina. Bye 5
145. David Paulson – Chargers. Bye 10
146. EJ Bibbs – Browns. Bye 11
148. David Ausberry – Lions. Bye 9 (HHHH – Season/IR)
149. Jake Murphy – Bengals. Bye 7
150. Khari Lee – Texans. Bye 9

77. Zach Sudfeld – Jets. Bye (XXXX – IR, Season/ACL)
82. AC Leonard – Vikings. Bye 10
95. Dallas Clark –
99. Michael Palmer – Steelers. Bye 12
102. Richard Quinn –
104. Kevin Brock – Bengals. Bye 4
107. Chase Coffman – . Bye 9

93. Jeff King –
100. Colt Lyerla
106. Tony Scheffler –
108. Ben Hartsock –
109. Evan Moore –
112. Jacob Maxwell – Dolphins. Bye 5 (PSM)
116. Mike McNeill – Carolina. Bye 12
120. Jeron Mastrud – Bears. Bye 9
123. Asa Watson – Dallas. Bye 11
125. Travis Beckham –
126. Michael Higgins – Vikings. Bye 10
129. Ryan Otten –
130. Dorin Dickerson – (FB)
131. Leonard Pope –
132. Visanthe Shiancoe –
133. Randy McMichael –
134. Richard Quinn –
135. David Thomas –
136. Jeremy Shockey –
137. Bo Scaife –
138. Daniel Graham –
139. Todd Heap –
140. Dan Gronkowski – (FB)
140. Jake Byrne – Chargers. Bye 10
142. Weslye Saunders – Colts. Bye 10
146. Konrad Reuland –
147. Kory Sperry – Vikings. Bye 10
148. Billy Bajema –
149. Fendi Onobun –
150. Nate Byham –
151. Will Heller – (FB)
153. DC Jefferson – Carolina. Bye 12
155. Jacob Pedersen – Falcons. Bye 9
157. Jordan Najvar – Dallas. Bye 11
159. Ted Bolser – Redskins. Bye 10
160. Kyle Miller – Falcons. Bye 9 (PSM)
161. Rob Blanchflower – Steelers. Bye 12
162. Marcel Jensen – Jaguars. Bye 11
165. Andre Hardy – Arizona. Bye 4 (PSM)
168. Mike Caussin – Redskins. Bye 10 (XXXX – IR, Season)
169. Jordan Thompson – Lions. Bye 9
171. Cameron Morrah – Denver. Bye 4
172. Shawn Nelson –
173. Cornelius Ingram –
174. Aaron Hernandez –
175. Brett Brackett –
176. Isaiah Stanback – (WR)
177. Colin Cloherty –
178. Danny Noble –
179. Andre Smith –
180. Keavon Milton –
181. Michael Williams –
182. Zach Potter – Texans. Bye 10
183. DeAngelo Peterson –
184. Martell Webb –
187. Brandon Barden –
188. Matt Furstenburg –
189. Demarcus Dobbs –
191. Adam Schiltz – Chiefs. Bye 6
192. Andrew Szczerba –
193. Brody Eldridge –
194. Matt Veldman –
195. Emmanuel Ogbuehi – Browns. Bye 4
196. Brandon Borden –
197. Zack Pianalto –
198. Mike Shanahan –
199. Kyle Adams – (FB)
200. Drake Dunsmore –
201. Jake O’Connell –
202. Hayden Smith –
203. Donald Lee –
204. Ben Cotton –
205. Jason Schepler – Titans. Bye 9
206. Nathan Overbay – Ravens. Bye 11
207. Colin Anderson – Jets. Bye 11
208. Rashaun Allen – Seattle. Bye 4
219. AD Denham – Texans. Bye 10
210. Jameson Konz – Denver. Bye 4
211. Brian Wozniak – Falcons. Bye 9
212. Cameron Brate – Tampa Bay. Bye 7
213. Eric Swoope – Colts. Bye 10
214. Justin Jones – Patriots. Bye 10
215. Alex Bayer – Rams. Bye 4
216. Justin Perillo – Packers. Bye 9
218. Justin Peelle –
219. Kevin Greene –
220. Blake Annen – Eagles. Bye 7
221. Michael Flacco – Chargers. Bye 10
222. Tommy Gallarda –
223. Morrell Presley – Seattle. Bye 4
224. DJ Tialavea – Jaguars. Bye 11

DEF:

1. Seattle. Bye 9
2. Rams. Bye 6
3. Bills. Bye 8
4. Texans. Bye 9
5. Denver. Bye 7
6. Carolina. Bye 5
7. Bengals. Bye 7
8. Arizona. Bye 9
9. Jets. Bye 5
10. Green Bay. Bye 7
11. Patriots. Bye 4
12. Ravens. Bye 9
13. Chiefs. Bye 9
14. Dolphins. Bye 5
15. Dallas. Bye 6
16. 49ers. Bye 10
17. Browns. Bye 11
18. Steelers. Bye 11
19. Eagles. Bye 8
20. Lions. Bye 9
21. Vikings. Bye 5
22. Bears. Bye 7
23. Jaguars. Bye 8
24. Colts. Bye 10
25. Saints. Bye 11
26. Redskins. Bye 8
27. Tampa Bay. Bye 6
28. Giants. Bye 11
29. Falcons. Bye 10
30. Titans. Bye 4
31. Chargers. Bye 10
32. Raiders. Bye 6

K:

1. Stephen Gostkowski – Patriots. Bye 4
2. Steven Hauschka – Seattle. Bye 9
3. Justin Tucker – Ravens. Bye 9
4. Dan Bailey – Dallas. Bye 6
5. Adam Vinatieri – Colts. Bye 10
6. Cody Parkey – Eagles. Bye 8
7. Mason Crosby – Packers. Bye 7
8. Brandon McManus – Denver. Bye 7
9. Matt Bryant – Falcons. Bye 10
10. Chandler Catanzaro – Arizona. Bye 9
11. Dan Carpenter – Bills. Bye 8
12. Josh Scobee – Steelers. Bye 11
13. Matt Prater – Lions. Bye 9
14. Blair Walsh – Vikings. Bye 5
15. Graham Gano – Carolina. Bye 5
16. Josh Lambo – Chargers. Bye 10
17. Josh Brown – Giants. Bye 11 (HHHH)
18. Greg Zuerlein – Rams. Bye 6
19. Phil Dawson – 49ers. Bye 10
20. Zach Hocker – Saints. Bye 11
21. Sebastian Janikowski – Raiders. Bye 6
22. Andrew Franks – Dolphins. Bye 5
23. Nick Novak – Texans. Bye 9
24. Mike Nugent – Bengals. Bye 7
25. Cairo Santos – Chiefs. Bye 9
26. Nick Folk – Jets. Bye 5
27. Ryan Succop – Titans. Bye 4
28. Robbie Gould – Bears. Bye 7
29. Kai Forbath – Redskins. Bye 8
30. Travis Coons – Browns. Bye 11
31. Jason Myers – Jaguars. Bye 8
32. Kyle Brindza – Tampa Bay. Bye 6
33. Jordan Gay – Bills. Bye 8
34. Randy Bullock –
35. Caleb Sturgis –
36. Connor Barth –
37. Garrett Hartley –
38. Patrick Murray – Tampa Bay. Bye 6
39. Shayne Graham –
40. Dustin Hopkins –
41. Shaun Suisham – Steelers. Bye 11 (HHHH – Season/IR)

37. Nate Freese –
38. Billy Cundiff –
39. Jay Feeley –
40. Alex Henery –
41. Rob Bironas –
43. Rian Lindell –
44. Lawrence Tynes –
45. Neil Rackers –
46. Nate Kaeding –
47. David Akers –
48.
49. Giorgio Tavecchio – Raiders. Bye

30. Maikon Bonani –
43. John Potter –
45. Chris Boswell – Texans. Bye 10
47. Olindo Mare –
48. Ryan Longwell –
49. Danny Hrapmann – Dolphins. Bye 5
60. Quinn Sharp – (P)
51. Derek Dimke –
52. John Kasey –
53. Justin Medlock –
54. Carson Wiggs –
56. David Buehler –
57. Havard Rugland –
59. Brett Maher –
60. Eddy Carmona –
61. Austin Signor –
62. David Ruffer –

Watch what you do, ESPN is on.

First off, my thoughts and opinions are solely based off of what I speculate and assume to be true..

A trait I’ve obtained from listen to and watching ESPN so frequently.

Secondly, this is all hypothetical – because well, you see my thoughts and opinions are fair less fact (or maybe believable is a better word) because I’m not in front of a camera.

Okay, you got me.

I am a nobody. I have no sources, or connections…heck, maybe I don’t have any life experience or common sense – let alone a face fit to be in front of a camera.

But, fortunately for me – like many of the high paid, fly suit, and makeup wearing – know it alls, I am blessed enough to have a brain full of thoughts and opinions, even ideas and words…

So I too can speculate, and even write complete sentences.

Here goes.

I watch ESPN religiously, it’s my go to – so I know of (okay, okay – can ASSUME) a few things just based off of years of watching the network. They have rules, requirements, and expectation regarding the culture of the brand, at least how they perceive it to be on air and in the public. You have to act and say the politically correct thing, their employees adhere to a certain standard.

With that said, we all can agree that bigger stories are made out of certain topics, maybe even specific to certain teams and/or players. So, in all of my brainwashed ESPN watching – I must say…come on Tim Tebow!

Okay, back to my point.

All of the Chip Kelly talk is starting to annoy me, like plenty of other news and stories you see split apart with a fine-tooth comb. If it doesn’t annoy you, it has to at least raise the question – isn’t there a double standard here?

Whats the difference between the way Chip Kelly decides to build a culture with the Philadelphia Eagles and the way ESPN built their culture? Not even built their culture, but – What’s the difference in expecting your employees to adhere to a certain standard on a football field as opposed to a cooperate office building. Not even on a football field, but – as human beings who’s action ultimately represent the brand in their everyday actions?

ESPN doesn’t have a problem suspending, or even parting ways with, analyst for comments that aren’t represented by their culture. ESPN hires a certain quality of person – or at the very least, expects the hire to conform to actions within the code of their outlook.

You see, race – as touchy of a subject as it is, is always the excuse for poor behavior. Or..it’s always the reason for someone acting a particular way towards someone else.

Yet race, and behavior…are unrelated.

Race can’t continue to be an excuse for our actions, or the underlying fault for disagreeing with the actions of others. People of all races, backgrounds, and walks-of-life make poor choices, we more importantly – whether we abide by it or not…we all know right from wrong.

Maybe even more importantly – we, as employees of any company know that with the right to make money comes the responsibility to follow the rules of others.

NFL players are regular people, but they make millions – more than any of us normal folk can fathom. They live extravagant lifestyles..but they too are required to follow rules, and adhere to the same code of conduct any employee is.

ESPN knows this better than anyone. Their employees know this better than anyone.

Do I think Brandon Boykin, or DeSean Jackson, or LeSean McCoy are bad people? No. Do I think they, or anyone else who Chip Kelly may have cut or traded away has done anything wrong? No.

Heck, most of the time I don’t even take offense to what analyst at ESPN say, yet – they get put on leave or suspended.

You see, you don’t have to do something wrong – you only have to do something your boss doesn’t agree with. Thats the disadvantage of being an employee.

It’s not even something your boss doesn’t agree with, it’s acting in a way that you know is wrong – that isn’t within the expectations or culture of the brand of the business.

Come on now, there are consequences.

Chip Kelly wants his kind of player. ESPN wants their kind of anchor. Any company has reasons for wanting their kind of worker.

This generation, me included – we live in a different age. Heck, I didn’t have a cell phone until 2001. Times have changed, quickly.

Maybe it’s not even the times that have changed, but what we value has. We’re all a little selfish, maybe spoiled nowadays – we like to do what we like to do and want to do. We don’t respond well to authority, to being told what to do – or how we are expected to act.

You see, race is an issue – but we use it as a crutch. We use it as an excuse to justify why something was unfair instead of taking ownership.

You see, we all come from different backgrounds – and experiences..it whats makes us unique. We aren’t all the same (thank-goodness), but we have to get on the same page when it comes to what is acceptable in our actions.

Race and behavior. Race and actions. They are unrelated.

It’s a stereotype. The only indication of actions is behavior…and all races are subject to the same negativity for unacceptable behavior.

NFL players are role models, they have to act in the most acceptable way possible – whether they want to or not, it’s part of the job to be on your best behavior – it doesn’t matter what race you are.

Is it safe to say, the Eagles have players who Chip Kelly feels act in such a way not representative of his brand and culture? Is it safe to say, they may all be different races? Sure.

Lets not neglect to point out that, the fast major of good athletes in sports…especially the NFL aren’t white. We can’t ignore the volume of players in this discussion.

I don’t think it says Chip Kelly is racist, any more than it says those players might need to change their actions.

No one wants to answer for their actions, or admit their wrong, or they need to change – it’s easier to blame someone else…and in this day-an-age, part of the change in times is exactly that.

You see, ESPN will air their employees critiquing another individual – but ESPN has instilled in their employees the type of ownership and responsibility we all need to be accountable for. Their employees know the consequence and, maybe they fear it.

Yet, when we try to make NFL players fear the same consequences for their actions, its related to race. The same ESPN employees who have to be aware that Chip Kelly is probably just changing the culture of what is expected under his watch, are still insisting on questioning whether he’s a racist.

Would ESPN hire DeSean Jackson?

Would their network hire Chris ‘Birdman’ Anderson?

In fact, would their network hire a person in any race who didn’t fit their culture?

You see, I don’t expect Adam ‘Pacman’ Jones to be an ESPN employee down the road, but he did does fit the Marvin Lewis culture in Cincinnati. Would he fit the culture of another NFL team? Probably. But..if he didn’t would for 1 or two coaches, would they be racist?

It’s about what you should be willing to accept in your organization or business.

It can easily be argued that ESPN employees follow a certain profile. Does that make them racist – or worse yet discriminatory.

Is ESPN any more judgemental than Chip Kelly is when it comes to his employees.

I mean they seems pretty concerned with looks, they seem to be cautious of appearance.

Where are the overweight people, where are the guys with beards…where are the ugly people? I need a job. Fat guys with beards, who are as ugly as me….we like sports too.

Is that any different that Chip Kelly saying he wants his type of player?

I guess what Im saying is, put me on camera…and Chip Kelly probably won’t watch – because he probably doesn’t like (I’m assuming) 5’6″ 184lb white guys, with beards, who run 5.6 forty yard dashes either.

I doubt he’s as racist, most likely not at all, as we make him up to be, but shame on him – he’s as judgemental as ESPN when it comes to people like me – probably.

It’s not my fault I’m over weight though – I’ll take no ownership in my actions. It’s the foods fault, the food hates me because I’m hungry.

I have thoughts, opinions…and an appetite.

You know what though, I don’t like every food – I discriminate against the ones that taste bad.

I have plenty of other faults too, and I dislike mean people. In fact, I wish people were nicer and the world was a better place.

I guess I mainly wish people would actually care more about what is right – and improve their actions.

But, then again…I don’t plan on going on a diet anytime soon either, so who am I to tell people what to do.

I’m not racist, far from it…but I don’t always agree with the actions of other people. In fact, I usually try to surround myself with people who have similar views, likes, and qualities as myself. It helps us get along better, it’s why we are friends…and it makes for a better environment and experience.

Shame on anyone – ESPN and Chip Kelly included, who wants to surround themselves with people on the same page as them…

..I met all my friends at a fast food counter . I hope all the people I walked by in the organic aisle and looked at with disgust in the grocery store, doesn’t take offense – but I traded you for someone in the ice cream aisle.

Who want to go to the buffet? If you don’t – I’m going to accuse you of racism towards me instead of realizing maybe I should sit this trip out myself…you know, for my own good because it might be the right thing to do.

Oh, Mike and Mike is on.

2015 Mock Draft – Final Edition

I’ve included trades, and I’ve tried to make it as life-like as possible – while most think projecting trades is a silly tactic..I think that spending the time on a mock without trades (because they do happen) is even more silly. I’m not projecting trades to be correct on the specifics of the actually trade, but to strategies the actual format of what we’d expect top see come Thursday.

Alrighty. Here is my final 4 Round Mock Draft – if you don’t agree with everything, or anything, I hope you at least take time to ready my explanations.

If you scroll to the bottom, I’ve also included a team-by-team breakdown of each team selections that listed in a more user friendly format to see what I have each team doing.

Leave feedback or engage me at on Twitter @Josh_Mitch or @NFLDraft_JAM24.

Enjoy…and thank for taking the time.

1st Round:

1. Tampa Bay – Jameis Winston, QB – Florida State
I can’t say I blame them, but Im not sold on his off the-field-issues either. I could see Mariota here just as easily, but I just don’t expect it. The jury is out on Winston, I don’t have faith in him long-term…but I don’t have to. They need a QB and he seems like their guy – although, it is ironic that everyone is questioning whether they actually want him yet no one is talking about other possibilities. Im not saying it’d be smart to consider a trade, because they can’t walk away without either Winston or Mariota (unless it’s a veteran)…but if their not sold on either why not at least see what offers are out there. I’m just asking – would Sam Bradford, No.20, a future No.1 or so, plus other picks and/or players be that bad of an option from Philadelphia if you aren’t 100% sure? I doubt Philly even would offer as much considering what they’ve already given to St.Louis for Bradford, but they may get desperate if they want Mariota that bad – or fear Tampa wants him themselves.
Team Needs: QB, LT, RT, RG, MLB, FS, DE/DL, SS, OL, RB, WR, OLB/Rush, DB, KR, K

2. PT1 Philadelphia (FROM Tennessee) – Marcus Mariota, QB – Oregon
If they don’t offer Bradford plus a slew of picks to Tampa Bay, then….The Eagles come get their man here, essentially outbidding the Jets and Chargers with the help of Cleveland. The trade I have explained below is my own creation, and, if not exact, may be done is similar fashion come draft day. Nonetheless, Philadelphia does what it takes – and both of the other teams make out too. Mariota should excel with the Eagles and this scenario is the best possible situation to maximize his talent – and inevitably make him a more successful quarterback.
Team Needs: WR, RG, NT, QB, OL/LG, DE/DL, SS, ILB, DB, OLB/Rush, TE

TRADE:
Titans Get: No.12 (Browns), No.19 (Browns), No.20 (Eagles), 2016 5th Round (Eagles), and QB Matt Barkley
Eagles Get: No.2 (Titans)
Browns Get: No. 52 (Eagles), No.100 (Titans), QB Sam Bradford, OG Evan Mathis, MLB Mychal Kendricks

Tennessee hits the mother load in a 3-way deal. Titans land 3 first rounders this year, another young QB option, and a future middle round pick all for this selection and a 4th Rounder. They’re giving up two picks valued and 2700 combined on the chart and receiving three-first valued at 2925 and getting a player plus a future pick. It may have been nice to spread the picks out over the next few years like we normally see, but this can make them better immediately.

Philadelphia makes it happen, landing Mariota to reconnect with his college coach Chip Kelly. They owe Cleveland a big thank you, considering that they were able to give up minimal picks and included players that didn’t really want to help create cap space. Taking a closer look at this (and including the St.Louis trade from March), its Mariota, No. 145, and a conditional 2016 pick for No.20, No.52, No.119, a 2016 2nd Round, a 2016 5th Round, Nick Foles (well, Sam Bradford technically), Matt Barkley, Evan Mathis, and Mychal Kendricks. So, Im telling you they moved up in the first round 18-spots for a second, a future second, a fourth, a future fifth, and cap space. Not too bad! They could also look to move Fletcher Cox to help formulate a trade.

Cleveland takes the opportunity to secure a veteran QB they desired, finally landing Bradford. McCown and Manziel might not be too happy, but McCown is a solid backup and Manziel seemingly can’t be counted on at the present time. Maybe they even look to move Manziel after a move like this. In the trade, I thought about giving them the No.20 pick instead of Tennessee (and loading Tennessee up with numerous other picks), but I figured it wouldn’t make much sense to have them dropping one-spot from No.19 to No.20 when Tennessee should be making out for giving up the highest pick. Therefore, I gave them a 4th Rounder from Tennessee to compensate not having that pick – and adding more players and a pick from Philly to round out their involvement to help get Mariota back in Chip Kelly’s system. The Browns have plenty of cap space, around $27 Million, and by adding Bradford (12.9 Mil), OG Evan Mathis (6.5 Mil), and MLB Mychal Kendrick (1.4 Mil) they’d still have available cap space. Im sure Bradford would need to re-work an extension and Mathis may even be asked to take a paycut in such a deal – but they players can help them win won, and are at positions of need. They also acquired a 2nd Round from Philadelphia and thus by giving up a two first rounders valued at 1725 get two picks valued at just 480 but bring in the signal caller they want and other veterans of need. San Diego could include Cleveland in a deal similar in nature, but that’d likely land Rivers with the Browns and not in Tennessee – and involve an exchange of more draft picks. Wouldn’t a trade replacing the Eagles with Chargers be fun if Manziel was involved going to Tennessee, Rivers to Cleveland, Mariotta to San Diego….and a ton of picks involved.

3. Jacksonville – Vic Beasley, DE/OLB – Clemson
It’s might seem hard to justify this selection given that Leonard Williams and Dante Fowler Jr. are still available, especially given the rumors of their connection with Fowler Jr. However, I believe Beasley is the best pure edge-rusher in this draft. Amari Cooper could even get some consideration, but I’d expect them to go with the top defender on their board or trade down with a team who covets one of those defenders.
Team Needs: DE/Rush, RB, RG, FS, OLB, CB, DL, OL/C, ILB, KR

4. Oakland – Leonard Williams, DE/DT – USC
Williams will be a dream scenario for the Raiders. Arguably the best overall player in the draft, they won’t be able to resist him. Sure, a wideout is highly likely – even with Crabtree coming in on a one-year deal. Kevin White, Amari Cooper, or a trade down are the more likely options should Williams be gone – but they’re not passing on this monster to help bolster their defensive line.
Team Needs: DT, CB, WR, DE/Rush, ILB, OT, FS/DB, OLB, OL, RB, TE, DL, KR

5. PT2 Atlanta (FROM Washington) – Dante Folwer Jr., DE/OLB – Florida
Atlanta might hope he’ll be there at their original spot, but they can’t risk it and essentially pay-off the Redskins and jump the Jets to secure him. Fowler Jr. is a no brainer considering they might have the worst pass-rush in the league, and he’s one of the best pass rushers. HC Dan Quinn would love to get him, and he surely won’t fall past them at No.8 – but if he slides a few spots a team trading up is the likely scenario for his location.
Team Needs: LG, DE/Rush, RT, RB, ILB, DT, FS, OL, TE, CB/DB, WR, OLB, QB

TRADE:
Redskins Get: No.8, No.73, OT Sam Baker
Falcons Get: No.5

Washington could stand to take Fowler Jr. themselves, but take the opportunity to add a selection – and get a player to provide a little offensive line depth. I’d expect The Redskins to move down with a teams like St.Louis or even New Orleans who may be targeting specific players because I don’t love anyone they could take with this selection from a value:need ratio. By adding a pick, and still not moving down too far – they can’t go wrong.

As explained, the Falcons need a pass rusher and with Beasley gone and questions regarding Shane Ray and Randy Gregory moving up to secure their guy makes the most sense. They’re linked to Todd Gurley Jr. as well, and while it seems like a stretch..the reality is, his stock my warrant such a high selection. If they stay put at No.8 and Fowler and Beasley are gone, they could trade down or possibly reach for a Bud Dupree or possible take the chance or Gregory. An offensive lineman like Brandon Scherff isn’t out of the question considering their need at OG and RT. They have also have secondary needs and help strengthening their linebacker core. All-in-all, expect a lot of defensive from hot-lanta.

6. Jets – Amari Cooper, WR – Alabama
Adding Brandon Marshall is helpful, but a player like Cooper in addition to him and Decker gives New York a lethal core of wideouts. I think the Jets would prefer to trade up for Mariota if possible, or land an edge rusher – but the talent of Cooper is hard to pass on at this point. I think they’ll consider trading down, especially with a team like St.Louis who could target Cooper, Kevin White, or Brandon Scherff in this scenario. Todd Gurley Jr. is another player mentioned, but I don’t think they can pull the trigger at this point, but if they do trade down a few spots – his selection wouldn’t be a surprise. Look for New York to get involved with the next tier of QB’s or make a move for a veteran – one scenario to keep an eye on is Phillip Rivers, who San Diego could use as bait to acquire the pick in a deal to entice Tennessee, or oddly enough a guy like Johnny Manziel should Cleveland look to cut ties. I don’t think Geno Smith is viewed as the QB of the future, in fact, Fitzpatrick may be ahead of him on the depth chart…so QB is a major issue. A player like Danny Shelton to secure the middle is a name not to be forgotten, but Cooper has all the makings to be a Reggie Wayne type player.
Team Needs: QB, NT, RT, RB, WR, LG/OL, OLB/Rush, DL, ILB, SS/DB, P

7. PT3 St.Louis (FROM Chicago) – Brandon Scherff, OG/OT – Iowa
St.Louis might be thought to make such a move for a wideout like Cooper or Kevin White, but I think they covet Scherff to help restore the offensive line along with last years No.1 pick Greg Robinson. Scherff is the best lineman in the draft, and while it seems early for an interior lineman – I think Zach Martins success last year showed how valuable it really can turn out. Their line is a mess, and while he has some versatility, he projects at RG.
Team Needs: RG, WR, RT, DE, QB, OL, S, DL, ILB, CB/DB, OLB/Rush

TRADE:
Bears Get: No.10, No.72, 2016 6th Round
Rams Get: No.7

Like Washington at No.5 – I don’t love the value:need ratio for whomever the Bears could select here. It’ll be a prime spot for St.Louis or New Orleans to target to add a player of need – or another team for that matter. With the loss of Brandon Marshall, a wideout like Kevin White makes a lot of sense – but they still could land him by moving down a bit – or maybe they even value a player like DeVante Parker or Breshad Perriman. It’s worth adding the pick to see who is still available at No.10 – or going with another area of need with a player Danny Shelton, Trae Waynes, or Bud Dupree. Also, keep an eye on Randy Gregory despite the off-the-field concerns – and if they end up moving down a little further Cameron Irving or Eli Harold could be names to watch.

The Rams are likely to make a move of some sort, which possibly could be for Cooper or Kevin White. They may hope Scherff makes it to No.10, but with Washington’s move to No.8 they have to jump them to secure him before they snatch him up. La’el Collins has a lot of talent and may end up being on their radar if they don’t land Scherff. DeVante Parker and Breshard Perriman are worth mentioning, and with their defense group already so strong I would;t expect anything other than an offensive player.

8. PT2/PT4 New Orleans (FROM Washington via Chicago) – Danny Shelton NT/DT – Washington
After losing Jimmy Graham and Kenny Stills, you might think they were targeting a player maker like Kevin White here, but I think a presence in the middle like Shelton is exactly what the defensive needs. For a team in what seems like a rebuilding-mode, or at least with a lot of holes to consider – this may not be the popular pick, but big John Jenkins isn’t the player Shelton is. They need a true nose in the 3-4 and Shelton is a force who can stay on the field and create havoc.
Team Needs: TE, NT, LG, WR, RT/OL, OLB/Rush, QB, DE/DL, ILB, CB

TRADE:
Redskins Gets: No.13, No.75, 2016 5th Round
Saints Get: No.8

Washington make another move, continuing to add picks. They missed on Scherff and it’s probably a little early for La’el Collins, Landon Collins, or Randy Gregory..so, takes the extra choices and probably still land one of those names later down the board.

Again, I know it might not be the popular pick – but it could be argued that a dominate NT is the key to a 3/4 scheme. The Saints have always done a nice job finding talent at key positions, so they’ll be able to round-up some sleepers with other picks. Heck, catching balls from Drew Brees isn’t hard so they can probably wait on a WR with another 1st round selection and a ton of talent at the position in this draft. They do have a decent number of picks, so it’s likely they’ll be inclined to make a jump for a player inside the Top-10 in a similar scenario.

9. PT5 Tennessee (FROM NY Giants) – Kevin White, WR – West Virginia
If such as trade goes down, Im talking about the 3-way trade that lands them with at least No.12 and No.19, it’s likely they can make a small move up in a situation like this to land Cooper or White. White along with Hunter and Wright (not to mention the newest addition of Hakeem Nicks) gives them a strong group for QB Zack Mettenberger, whom I think they do believe in. If they move down in the big trade even a receiver at No.12 is likely, but they’ll definitely have to consider this move in that situation.
Team Needs: NT, WR, SS, RT/OT, DE, QB, CB, OLB/Rush, TE

TRADE:
Giants Get: No.12, 2016 3rd Round, MLB Zach Brown
Titans Get: No.9

New York is another value:need ratio team, and there are plenty of teams looking to jump others for certain players on their board. I’d expect the Giants to trade down unless a guy like Vic Beasley is still on the board since it’s too early to consider a Landon Collins, and the risk of Randy Gregory is too high for this spot.

Tennessee will be trying to make the most of their newly acquired selections, and a guys who could be a top-5 pick here would be a great scenario. Sure, maybe they’re take a win now approach via my trades – not taking future 1st Rounders in moving down from No.2 and trading next year’s 3rd Rounder here. They’ll seemingly be a young offensive team with the likes of Sankey, White, Mettenberger, Hunter..but with a decent offensive line, in a somewhat winnable division, stranger things have happened. We’ll see later on how they use their other selections to improve.

10. PT3/PT6 San Diego (FROM Chicago via St.Louis) – Todd Gurley Jr., RB – Georgia
Gurley is a Top-10 talent, I’m sure not sure the value of RB’s warrant the selection; however, he definitely fills a huge need. It’s likely that someone will pull the trigger on him in the Top-12 picks, so it’s not that far off. San Diego is another team like others I mentioned that is has a value:need ratio issue by staying at No.17….since likely all the viable options will be gone. Its not a huge price to pay to move up, especially if Gurley Jr. is as good as we think. They have a lot of small complimentary RB’s – but, he’s the grinder, home-run hitter, three-down variety they lack – and quite frankly wanted Ryan Mathews to be. Besides, maybe they have a feeling Minnesota at No.11 might bite on Gurley given the AP situation.
Team Needs: RB, NT, OG, SS, OLB/Rush, QB, DL, TE, ILB, WR, OL, DB

TRADE:
Bears Get: No.17, No.48, 2016 Conditional 7th Round
Chargers Get: No.10, No.106

Chicago missed out on White and Cooper…and Shelton, so DeVante Parker seems like the logical pick if they don’t trade down again – but, in a deep WR draft they can afford to add an extra 2nd Rounder and take the best player available later on.

San Diego is looking to move up for Mariota. They may pull it off, but it’s safe to say that dangling Phillip Rivers in light of a pending free-agency and potential move to LA – will put them in the market for a QB at some point. If they stay at No.17 they could reach for the 3rd best one on their board, and a move of this nature insures at least waiting until the 3rd Round for a chance. I don’t think they’re given up on Rivers, and an extension is likely…especially if they put pieces like Gurley around him. Maybe they can get Gurley or Melvin Gordon III at No.17, put it’s a small price to pay for the potential outcome. Other players that could interest them include players on the offensive and defensive lines, a pass rusher, or strong safety – most notably Cameron Irving, Landon Collins, Malcolm Brown, Eddie Goldman, and Eli Harold.

11. Vikings – Trae Waynes, CB – Michigan State
I have a hard time buying the Vikings taking a CB in the first round despite the need, but unless they make a move down – it really makes the most sense of my value:need ratio. I think a team like San Fran could potential target Waynes and come calling – but truthfully other than selecting him Davante parker is really the next best value based on a potential need. Mike Zimmer needs a CB like Waynes for his system, so it’s not a bad pick – but I’d like to see them move down. In a move down they could still land another CB, or consider a high-upside defender like Bud Dupree to fill a rotational spot. I wouldn’t rule out a big body like Shelton or even Eddie Goldman. I think they’d strongly consider Gurley here, but probably not Melvin Gordon unless they move down.
Team Needs: CB, DE/Rush, MLB, RB, WR, TE, DL, OG, SS, OL, LB

12. PT5 NY Giants (FROM Tennessee via Cleveland) – Ereck Flowers, OT – Miami (FL)
They move down, and land a player at a key position of need. I’d like to mock Landon Collins here, but I think it’s a little early for him. Flowers has been linked to the G-Men, and while he has to get better in pass protection…he’s a powerful run blocker. I can see him going this early, because of upside – and well because he’s also a 20 year old standing 6’6″ and 330lbs. New York is desperate for secondary help so while it seems early for Collins, he is the best safety in the class and may be very tempting. The Giants will also be very tempted with Randy Gregory and Shane Ray, in fact – despite the newly-raised injury concerns..I find it hard to imagine Ray would make it past this spot in this scenario. Flowers however allows them to move Pugh back inside to OG – although it’s not out of the question for him to begin his pro career in the interior. The Giants could also stand to consider other players along the offensive line, the cornerback position, and linebacker group.
Team Needs: OG/OT, DE/Rush, SS, DT, FS, CB, TE, WR, OLB, OL, DL, ILB

13. PT4 Washington (FROM New Orleans) – Shane Ray, DE/OLB – Missouri
In this scenario, Washington is able to add a few picks and still land an impact player, it’s a great spot for them. Shane Ray is all-over-the-place, but a nice endorsement by former GM Bill Polian may help shed light onto how executives really feel – and the size and toe injury concerns aren’t as much of an issue as we think. Howevvver, he was just cited for drug possession. Its horrible timing for a stellar prospect – and it’s likely going to affect his draft stock. Im’ stick with him here despite the reality that he’s going to fall, as it’s being reported he may fall all the way into Round 2. I’m personally much rather have Gregory, Dupree or Eli Harold – but he was once viewed as a potential Top-5 talent by some and I can’t let him slide past the pass-rush needy Redskins despite all the latest news. The Redskins have plenty of directions to consider, but replacing Brian Orakpo with this guy is a good start to filling their holes. They could also consider Randy Gregory, La’el Collins, or Landon Collins here. Again, keep an eye on Ray’s draft stock. I have enough faith in Morgan Moses, along with Sam Bakler coming over in my projected trade…that they don’t need an OT as badly as some are suggesting.
Team Needs: OLB/Rush, OG, SS, C, RB, TE, RT, DB, WR, DL, ILB, P

14. PT7 Kansas City (FROM Miami) – Breshad Perriman, WR – Central Florida
Kansas City added Jeremy Maclin this offseason, but you probably can’t name another receiver on their roster. They move up, oddly enough, with a team who has WR needs of their own to secure an undervalued talent. You might ask why Perriman over the talented Devante Parker..well, I suspect that some teams probably have Perriman rated higher. Parker is widely considered a Top-10 talent in his own right, but Perriman is a intriguing prospect. He’s an explosive player with great size and speed. It’s hard to image that a team wouldn’t try to jump up to get him or Parker in this range. There is a bit of a risk with him, so maybe Parker is the guy here – but the draft never goes as we think.
Team Needs: WR, C, SS, DE/DT, OT, FS, CB, TE, OL, LB/Rush

TRADE:
Dolphins Get: No.18, No.80, No.233
Chiefs Get: No.14

I think the Dolphins were sitting here hoping Todd Gurley Jr. was available after an all-clear medical check and as tempting as Perriman/Parker is for them – they lack picks, so moving down allows them to still get a player of need and add a pick in the process. I think Miami should probably take a player like Devante Parker in this scenario..even though Landry and Stills are talented, he’s more talented – and Greg Jennings isn’t the Green Bay version of himself anymore. I guess they can move down and target another receiver or Melvin Gordon, but they have need among the interior offensive line, corner position, defensive line depth, and linebacking core – specially the middle linebacker position.

The Chiefs have an two-third Rounders, so they are in positions to make a move of this nature if a player they covet falls. I think it’s a smart option, although such a move could be for Devante Parker as well. They got Zero production from wideouts last year and with Maclin and this guy they seeming have a dominate duo for Alex Smith – add in Jamaal Charles and Travis Kelce and now they have some weapons. Houston (and Chicago given my projected trade) are sitting their with WR needs of their own and hoping him (and Parker) somehow made it to them – well, Kansas City has to jump them. If they stay put at No.18 they could target another available WR – but most likely players like Cameron Irving, Arik Armstead, Bud Dupree, Malcolm Brown, or Eli Harold would be options. I think a sleeper for them could be Mario Edwards and they also could use some secondary help.

15. PT8 Dallas (FROM San Francisco) – Melvin Gordon III, RB – Wisconsin
You rarely see teams trading up for RB’s – especially two different trades in the Top 15 picks, but everyone knows he’s probably a Top-15 talent. Heck, “Flash” as he’s called but even be the most explosive player in the entire draft. They may prefer Gurley Jr., but Gordon is a special back in his own right..and it’s no secure the Cowboys need a tailback after Murray’s departure. Darren McFadden may have more left in the tank than people think, but Dallas can’t rely on him solely – and despite the brief success of Joseph Randle, he has a cloudy future with his off-the-field issues. This is a big jump for Dallas, getting ahead of Detroit, Arizona, and Baltimore to secure him. They may even have to give up more to make a deal like this, at which point – it’s probably not worth it…but picks this year or even a future second-round instead of the third may be what it takes.
Team Needs: DT, RB, CB, DE, TE, OL, WR, S, LB

TRADE:
49ers Get: No.27, 2016 3rd Round, CB Morris Claiborne
Cowboys Get: No.15

The 49ers have plenty of holes to fill, and probably should stand-pat and take an impact player – but when Dallas comes calling, they figure dropping back is a decent option. They have plenty of picks this year (9), so by adding a future pick and getting a player like Morris Claiborne to help in the secondary moving down is not a bad move. I personally think again – Devante Parker is a solid option here for them. Torrey Smith was added and Boldin is still around, but talent like Parker’s is hard to come by at this point in the draft. With Pat Willis retiring, the lose of Mike Iupati on the offensive line, and all the other offseason losses they need to make some key move to get back to form. Morris Claiborne wore-out his welcome in Dallas, but as he plays out the final year of his rookie contract (at $5.1 Mil), but they could still pick up his 5th year option by May 3rd. He’s an attractive trade piece because of talent. Talent? Okay, well he’s just 25 years old and while it’s debatable on how much talent he’s shown – if he gets healthy he could excel in HC Jim Tomsula’s system under DC Eric Mangini. They need a CB and I assume they’ll try to get Trae Waynes, but once they miss him it’s a reach for the next corner at this spot. Kevin Johnson or Marcus Peters would probably be the most likely options considering Jalen Collins’ issues with failed drug test – so still having a 1st round pick and getting a CB with Claiborne’s potential is a decent start to improving.

Dallas on the other hand won’t be able to stand-pat and land Gordon (or even Gurley, if thats who they covet), but they need one of them after letting Demarco Murray leave for Philly. Dallas could stand some help on the defensive line, depth in the secondary, a young versatile TE, and even some offensive line depth. I think the thought behind this trade is that if they can come away with a runner, a defensive lineman or two, and a young CB with their top choices in this draft they’ve succeeded. They’d probably rather deal Brandon Carr, and take the flier on Claiborne by picking up his option themselves – but Carr’s $12.7 Million cap number is un-moveable. Trading Claiborne’s, who has just 3 career INT’s, helps them get up to this spot – but it also leaves them thin at CB – especially considering Brandon Carr will likely be a cap-casualty next offseason. If Dallas doesn’t make such a drastic move, or misses on both top RB’s – I’d expect them to stay put and target a corner or defensive lineman. At No.27, or even in a move to move up a few spots, they’d likely target Marcus Peters, Eddie Goldman, Byron Jones, Mario Edwards Jr., Jay Ajayi – or surprising, a guy getting compared to Jason Witten in Maxx Williams.

16. Houston – Davante Parker, WR – Louisville
The Texans feel robbed by Dallas – as I believe they would have gladly taken Gordon with this pick. The fact of the matter is, they need to add playmakers – and frankly, they’re lucky Parker is even still available. Andre Johnson is gone, and while I feel Cecil Shorts is an underrated player – Parkers is too good of a player for a team in need of them to pass up because 27 year old Shorts was signed in the offseason. With Hopkins, Parkers in addition to Shorts, and Nate Washington they have viable options at the position now. Why would they have wanted Gordon with Arian Foster? Well, Gordon is explosive and Foster not only is injury-prone but a 28 year old RB with 2 years remaining on his deal. Besides, we all know that teams use two-tailbacks now. They’re very happy with Parker, but other options may include a defensive-front mate for JJ Watt, Clowney, and newly acquired Vince Wilfork like Malcolm Brown or Mario Edwards Jr – or offensive line help in the form of Flowers or La’el Collins. Others they’ll likely consider if they can’t get Parker include a wideout like Nelson Agholor or Jaelon Strong, as well as – Eric Kendricks, Arik Armstead, Cameron Irving, Andrus Peat, or a corner backer.
Team Needs: WR, ILB, DE/DL, RB, OT, CB/DB, TE, OL, QB

17. PT6 Chicago (FROM San Diego) – Randy Gregory DE/OLB – Nebraska
The Bears just missed on an ideal chance to land Davante Parker, but Gregory is a nice pick in his own right. If it weren’t for a few off-the-field concerns he’s likely be gone well before now – in fact, he may be the best pure edge rusher of the class. Sure, it’s also likely that his slide will continue a bit more, but as talented as he is…its hard to envision him dropping much more than this. Chicago has other needs, maybe even more pressing needs – but this could be the steal of the draft if they can keep him focused. In this scenario I think they’ll also consider Jaelen Strong, Nelson Agholor, Eddie Goldman, Kevin Johnson, Marcus Peters, Cameron Irving and Malcolm Brown. They have plenty of needs, which is why I think they pass on the wideout for now – and go with the best player on their board. Remember, this in this division, you have good throwers…and you’re going to want to get after them. With new HC John Foz and DC Vic Fangio coming over from San Fran, upgrading the defensive is going to be a priority.
Team Needs: NT, WR, OLB/Rush, CB, FS, RT, C, TE, QB, OL, DL, DB

18. PT7 Miami (FROM Kansas City) – Jaelen Strong, WR – Arizona State
Miami gave up the chance to trade either Parker or Perriman by trading down, but maybe it was that they coveted Strong all along – nonetheless, he’s the best offensive-skill player left on the board. In fact, I do think Strong is a better fit – at nearly 6’5″ he is able to dominate with a variety of skills. He’s fast, runs nice routes, attacks the ball in the air, and is a deep ball threat – not to mention he just looks smooth doing it. Pairing a big-widout like him with Stills, Landry, and Jennings adds another dimension to their attack. With that said, I truly wouldn’t be surprised to see Miami trade down again – they need picks. Other options here for the Dolphins would include La’el Collins and Eric Kendricks most likely. Also, even with the addition of Suh this offseason – I’d still expect them to consider defensive line depth – especially with some of the top prospects, like Malcolm Brown, still available. They were looking to dangle 2013 selection DE/OLB Dion Jordan in a trade, but he’s suspended for the season now – sorry Chip.
Team Needs: RB, MLB, WR, RG, DT, TE, CB, OLB, OL, DB, DE/Rush

19. PT1 Tennessee (FROM Cleveland) – Landon Collins, SS – Alabama
It’s likely someone, like the Giants or Redskins will already have pulled the trigger with Collins – but hey, Tennessee makes out with another Top-10 type player here. They’ve already landed Kevin White, and are getting the best safety in the class now….so not only is it a value pick, but one of need. Da’Norris search isn’t a horrible option, but a player like Collins is an immediate upgrade. There may even be a team below them interested in moving up for this guy, he’s a versatile player who could be a steal at this point. Not to mention HC Ken Whisenhunt was around Pittsburgh for awhile, he has added Dick LeBeau as an assistant..and not to mention another Pittsburgh disciple Ray Horton is now the DC. My point, they know defensive and they know the value of a good safety. If it’s not Collins, they could also consider help bolstering the middle of their defense, a corner, or look to upgrade the RT position.
Team Needs: NT, WR, SS, RT/OT, DE, QB, CB, OLB/Rush, TE

20. PT1 Tennessee (FROM Philadelphia) – Malcolm Brown, DT/DE – Texas
They could go a number of directions here, but with that said – I think it’ll be along the defensive line. Malcolm Brown is a big-body who surprisingly makes a lot of plays behind the line of scrimmage – for a 320-pounder he fills a need anchoring the middle of the 3/4 scheme because he can be disruptive. I ultimately went with Brown over Eddie Goldman, Arik Armstead, and Mario Edwards Jr. here, but I also think a talent like La’el Collins could be in play. Sure, they’ve solidified their line fairly nice with Chance Wormack and Taylor Lewan, but securing the RT spot is also a likely option. Honestly, Stanford’s Andrus Peat is a prime candidate to fill that spot – and the before mentioned Collins is such a talent that based on pure value he’s hard to pass over. Collins is probably the more popular pick and could give them a dominate offensive line from tackle-to-tackle, but Brown should end up being the more valuable one at this spot – especially considering the Titans have pick No.33 to start Day 2 where an offensive tackle could be a target. Kevin Johnson and Eric Kendricks are other players of note with this pick.
Team Needs: NT, WR, SS, RT/OT, DE, QB, CB, OLB/Rush, TE

21. Cincinnati – La’el Collins, OT/OG – LSU
Truthfully, I did get stumped here because I think there are so many appealing options – but it’s almost a no-brainer for Collins to be the selection. Collins is likely to go as high as No.9 or No.10 so he offers good value here. He is under an unusual, and unfortunate, situation for all involved with the death a his former girlfriend..I can’t imagine he has any doings in it but it is bad timing. Most will consider him a combo player, and while I agree he can be an OG – I think he translate to a franchise-type LT in the future. He has quick feet and good balance – all the tools, and thinking about it more…I can’t believe I still have him available. Nevertheless, good for the Bengals who will see current LT Andrew Whitworth and RT Andre Smith both be UFA’s after this coming season – therefore, you can see why offensive line is a key need. Heck, they play in a smash-mouth division and need guys like this. Andrus Peat or D.J. Humphries will get consideration if Collins is gone, as would Flowers should he be available. Cincy also has plenty of other needs though, which includes wideout, defensive line, cornerback, a 2nd-tightend, safety and a natural pass-rusher. Players to key an eye on are Bud Dupree, Dorial Green-Beckham, Kevin Johnson, Marcus Peters, Arik Armstead, Eli Harold, or maybe even Maxx Williams.
Team Needs: LT, WR, CB, TE, DT, OLB, FS, OL, DB, DE

22. Pittsburgh – Alvin ‘Bud’ Dupree, DE/OLB – Kentucky
I don’t think Pittsburgh expected Bud Dupree to be available here. I think Kevin Johnson and Maxx Williams are too very strong candidates, but with Jason Worilds unexpectedly retiring they can’t hardly pass on a defensive rusher as good as this guy. In fact, Arthur Moats and the once retired James Harrison are currently slated as their starting OLB-rushers. The offensive is actually in decent shape, but their defensive unit needs some upgrades. The Steelers also will be without Troy Polamalu on defense, so a player like Dupree over other options makes a lot of sense. He is a natural fit in their 3/4 scheme and really gets after the quarterback. If Dupree isn’t available, or any edge rusher for that matter – they could trade down. Eli Harold would also be a name to watch here, but they also be interested in Marcus Peters and Eddie Goldman along with Johnson and Williams.
Team Needs: OLB, CB, TE, NT, OT, OG, WR, DB, DE

23. PT9 NY Jets (FROM Detroit) – Andrus Peat, OT – Stanford
It’s believed that the Jets may want to target Peat if they move down from No.6 into the teens – so with him still available at this point, I have them jumping back into the first-round to get him after landing Amari Cooper at No.6. I do have them part way with Dee Milliner to help generate the trade without giving up too many picks to make the 14-spot drop worth it to the Lions. It could be that a move like this by New York is for a QB – whomever they rank as the next best, especially considering that now they won’t pick again until No.70 overall. I personally wouldn’t blame them for even considering Eddie Goldman here. With that said, Peat has the potential to be a LT down the road, and could take over for D’Brickshaw Ferguson if he’s a cap casualty in 2016. Peat’s stock has fallen some, but he has nice size and the intangibles to secure his spot in the mid/late first round.
Team Needs: QB, NT, RT, RB, WR, LG/OL, OLB/Rush, DL, ILB, SS/DB, P

TRADE:
Lions Get: No.37, No.104, Conditional 2013 3rd Round, CB Dee Milliner, OT Oday Aboushi
Jets Get: No.23, No.168

Detroit only has 6 picks in this years draft, and while they only manage a 4th/5th swap and a future pick in my trade…getting Milliner and Aboushi might be as good as players they could select this year. Milliner is the key to the deal – given that he’s fallen down the depth chart in New York, they get him for a relatively reasonable price. He has potential, much like Morris Claiborne in Dallas – it’s really a projection that he can be as good as originally thought…and the Lions need a CB. Sure they could choice between Kevin Johnson and Marcus Peters with this pick, but again they get to save the pick essentially and take a flier on Milliner. Oday is a throw in, since he’ll fall on the Jets depth chart with Peats arrival – but he’s not a bad option for a team with offensive line issues, if nothing else he’s provides established bench depth. Although, I think Oday has the tools to start at RT for Detroit. If the Lions could land Melvin Gordon III, they’d be most happy – but with so few picks a move up is highly unlikely….and I’d expect them to move down. If they end up making this pick, offensive line and defensive line would be the main areas they consider – with players like Cameron Irving, D.J. Humphries, and Arik Armstead in this current scenario.

Well, maybe this is a bit risky for New York – but it really doesn’t cost as much as you’d think. Milliner was going to see limited time with Revis-Island back in town – not to mention Antonio Cromartie and Buster Skrine’s arrival. The Jets have plenty of needs, most notable a quarterback – so I could see a move like this for Bryce Betty. However, they have to secure the offensive line – especially if Geno Smith or Ryan Fitzpatrick is going to be their QB this season. Breno Giacomini is a decent option at RT, but after adding James Carpenter in the offseason it’s apparent their interested in improving the line. Peat is someone rumored to be on their radar – and it seems that they’re getting him at a fairly reasonable spot. He’ll likely start at RT and transition to a LT down the road – which may coming sooner than later considering that D’Brickshaw Ferguson has big cap-numbers in the coming season.

24. PT10 New Orleans (FROM Arizona) – Maxx Williams, TE – Minnesota
New Orleans traded Jimmy Graham, so they use the pick they acquire from Seattle to get his replacement. Baltimore seems to be the threat they are looking to jump here, and have the extra picks to make such a move. They’ve moved up once already, and now here again – although if it’s not for Williams it could be for Nelson Agholor just as easily. They need to get Drew Brees an offensive weapon, especially after passing on the top wideouts at the top of the draft. Williams has been compared to Jason Witten, and would be an ideal fit for the Saints.
Team Needs: TE, NT, LG, WR, RT/OL, OLB/Rush, QB, DE/DL, ILB, CB

TRADE:
Cardinals Get: No.31, No.78, NT John Jenkins
Saints Get: No.24, No.110

Arizona would most likely be interested in Eddie Goldman here if they make the pick, but they end up move down…and are getting a monster in the middle from New Orleans. John Jenkins is 345lbs and can serve as that guy in the middle, it frees up the No.31 for another position – and they get a swap to upgrade a pick later on in the deal. Besides, I think they’ll try to make a call to Minnesota for Adrian Peterson, because something has to give in that situation and I think he’d be willing to take the pay cut to come here…we’ll see what they might have up there sleeve. Shaq Thompson is another player of interest and he could be their target at No.31 – while other options for them include Cameron Irving, Arik Armstead, and Eli Harold.

The Saints make John Jenkins available with the addition of Danny Shelton with their early pick, not that he’s a star…but he’s an attractive nose tackle because of his presence. I expect them to be active, and it’s really beneficial here because they are able to keep pick No.44. They’ve set themselves up nice to add a receiver or offensive lineman with their next pick – in addition to what they’ve already done. Getting Williams over a receiver here is key because of the depth of wideouts in this draft, whereas, Williams is the premiere TE prospect. Williams is very athletic and I just don’t think it’ll be possible he’s around at No.31, let alone No.44, because of the buzz around him. He can create mismatches and stretch the field in vertical sets – playing a similar role to Jimmy Graham in their offense. If they end up staying put at No.31 I think they’d hope to land him – but Dorial Green-Beckham, Devin Smith, D.J. Humphries, and Eli Harold all become options.

25. PT11 Indianapolis (FROM Carolina) – Cameron Irving, C/OG/OT – Florida State
They desperately need a C, and Irving is the best in this class – so while Denver seems to be their only true threat to want him in the next few picks…he’s too close for them to risk losing out on him. In fact, his versatility is exactly the type of player they need. It’s a great pick for the Colts. I even think he could be gone before now, especially of some of the trades I have happening…don’t happen. I don’t think they can rely on Jonotthan Harrison heading into next season, so it’s worth it to make this move up. They maybe also be interested in Eddie Goldman, Jordan Phillips, Eric Kendricks, and Kevin Johnson if they can’t get help on the offensive line. It wouldn’t be out of the question for them to even trade out of the first round.
Team Needs: C, NT, ILB, OL, OLB/Rush, CB, WR, DE, S/DB, QB

TRADE:
Panthers Get: 29, No.128, No.205, 2016 6th Round
Colts Get: No.25, No.161

Carolina needs a running back and it seems the stock of Jay Ajayi has fizzled and it’s a bit early for the likes of Ameer Abdullah or T.J Teldon. It would also seem that’d it be of interest to consider Nelson Agholor here if they make the pick. They are in the market for an offensive tackle so D.J. Humphries, T.J. Clemmings, Cedric Ogbuehi, or Jake Fisher are in the next group to choose from. I think it’s in their best interest to move down if there top prospects are off the board, which I believe is the case…but Shaq Thompson, Kevin Johnson, Marcus Peters, or Phillip Dorsett are names to watch.

Indy, as I mentioned, has to end up with a top center prospect. They need to get some balance and stability back in the offensive line, especially to take some pressure off of Andrew Luck and help Frank Fore in the run game. I naturally view the Colts as a team willing to trade down, but they have some major holes to fill and would greatly benefit from a move like this. If they stay put at their original pick then Eddie Goldman, Jordan Phillips, Kevin Johnson, or Eric Kendricks are likely candidates.

26. Baltimore – Nelson Agholor, WR – USC
It’ll be a shock if Agholor is still available here, as he’s capable of landing in the teens – but it’s a great pick for the Ravens. They lost Torrey Smith and Steve Smith Sr. doesn’t have too many more years left in his career. Agholor is the weapon they need, considering that aside from Steve Smith the only other reliable option is Marlon Moore. I think they’d love to be able to position to get Melvin Gordon III, but they need an impact offensive player so Maxx Williams, Phillip Dorsett, Dorial Green-Beckham, and Devin Smith are all possibilities based on availability. The Ravens are always thinking defense as well so it’s hard to rule out Eddie Goldman, Eli Harold, Arik Armstead, or another potential defender who may fall. This could also be a spot for Damarious Randall, a talented cover safety who has risen up draft boards recently. When it all said and done…I think they go offense though.
Team Needs: TE, DE, WR, RB, NT, FS, OLB/Rush, CB/DB, OL, KR

27. PT8/PT12 NY Giants (FROM San Francisco (FROM Dallas) – Shaq Thompson, OLB/SS – Washington
The Giants have a lot of holes, as I mentioned with their initial pick – so they need good players. This is a pretty bold move, moving back into the first round…and it’s not for a name that really that recognizable. You’d think that a big-splash move like this would be for a better-know player…or one you wouldn’t expect to be available at No.40. Thompson’s stock is debatable, but I think he’s undervalued – and quite frankly, that he’s a great fit for the Giants. They need a safety, and they need a linebacker – and Thompson is kind of a combo-tweener, but an aggressive one. I few him as a safety, but they could play him at the weak side-backer – either way, he’s a downhill attacker who can run, tackle, and cover.
Team Needs: OG/OT, DE/Rush, SS, DT, FS, CB, TE, WR, OLB, OL, DL, ILB

TRADE:
49ers Get: No.40, No.74, WR Corey Washington
Giants Get: No.27, No.151

San Francisco, when are you going to pick? The 49ers move down for the second time, this time – out of the first round altogether. It may not make much sense, especially with a guy like Dorial Green-Beckham sitting here..but, I’ll assume they know what their doing (or wait…this is what I’m doing, lol). They’d added Claiborne and a future pick from Dallas, now they swap a fifth for an extra third this year and get a 6’4″ receiver with some upside. ‘Niner fans might not be too happy with how things are going, I mean – they want a selection…just relax , plenty are coming. Ultimately if they end up having this pick via the Dallas trade they’ll be a little disappointed Agholor is gone, but truthfully…they’d surely take Kevin Johnson (who I expect them to take at No.15). Green-Beckham may be worth taking a flier on as well here despite the concerns…and Ohio State’s Devin Smith even makes sense. Maybe the 49ers need more in return for such a move, but – Picks are coming people, picks are coming.

The Giants will have to really have Thompson rated pretty highly to make such a move, especially consider it’d make just as much sense for them to come back in here to get Kevin Johnson in this scenario. It may not make sense – this whole trade…from the 49ers moving down again to New York passing some of the other names for Thompson, but strange things happen in the NFL Draft. We always are thrown curveballs…this is one of them I guess. I like Thompson, but I really like him for the Giants. All things considered, it’s not like I have them giving up a 2016 1st Rounder in the move, which is what we’re accustomed to seeing in these scenarios. The Giants, like the 49ers…probably even more so, have a lot of holes to fill.

28. Denver – D.J. Humphries, OT/OG – Florida
Well, Cameron Irving isn’t here – but Humphries isn’t a bad consolation prize. Humphries will we the RT with Manny Ramirez sliding from C back out to the OG position. In that case, they’ll still likely look to add a top-center or veteran. Humphries has battled through injury during his college career, but his durability because he has the size and agility you look for in a left tackle. It could be a good find at this point, but Denver may approach him with a little caution and consider other options like T.J. Clemmings, Cedric Ogbuehi, or Jake Fisher. I personally love Ogbuehi and projected him Top-15 last season should he have entered. Overall, it’s a good fit. They also may have an interest in Eric Kendricks, Arik Armstead, Mario Edwards, Damarious Randall, or Paul Dawson…a lot of defense if it’s not offensive line.
Team Needs: C, RT, TE, ILB, FS, OG, DE/DT, OLB/Rush, KR, WR, QB, NT

29. PT11 Carolina (FROM Indianapolis) – Phillip Dorsett, WR – Miami (FL)
The Panthers would really like to see Humpries or Peat fall to this spot under this scenario, but they need offensive playmakers just as badly as a tackle. Im personally not as high on Dorsett as this selection would suggest, in fact with all the receiving talent I wouldn;t be surprised if he fall into the bottom two/early third range. However, he could be a DeSean Jackson type playmaker because of his great speed. He was productive and it seems that his stock warrants such a selection…besides, he’s a pretty nice fit opposite the 6’5″ Kelvin Benjamin. I think a guys like Duke Johnson or Ameer Abdullah could potentially be a surprise selection if they do in fact move down into this range. They could also consider prospects like Kevin Johnson, Marcus Peters, Eli Harold, Owamagbe Odighizuwa…and they guy I think they covet Shaq Thompson.
Team Needs: LT, WR, RB, DE/Rush, CB, OLB, SS, OL, DL, DB/S, ILB

30. Green Bay – Kevin Johnson, CB – Wake Forest
This is a crime! I know, this is way too low for this guy…he’s one of my favorites in the draft – but I just couldn’t find the right fit until now. He’s arguably the best corner in the draft, yes – even ahead of the guy I have at No.11 so this is great value. While I have him mocked here, it’s very unlikely he’ll be available at this point whether its San Fran at No.15 or a team trading up to get him. ..someone should take him earlier. With that said, Green Bay hopes I’m right. It’s more likely they’ll be choosing between Marcus Peters, Byron Jones, or Jalen Collins here if they do select a corner. I could see the Packers strongly consider Eric Kendricks to allow Clay Mathews to move back outside to his more natural position, or maybe even TCU’s Paul Dawson. They could look at Eddie Goldman as well since B.J. Raji is nearing the end of his Lambeau-era. They’ll have plenty of options, but expect it to be of the defender variety.
Team Needs: CB, LT, ILB, NT, C, DE, OLB/Rush, TE, OL, DB, RB/FB

31. PT10/PT13 Minnesota (FROM Arizona (FROM New Orleans (Seattle) – Eric Kendricks, ILB – UCLA
Finally, a resolution. I truly believe they aren’t bluffing about wanting him, but I also think when the offer comes in – and the clocks ticking, a fresh start to this whole situation will prevail. You might think it leaves them in the RB-market, and it does, but not with this pick. I mean, even I’m a little thrown off by looking at this…Adrian Peterson for who? Eric Kendricks? I guess you can see why they’d rather keep. Nonetheless, Kendricks fills a huge void in the middle of their defense – where Audie Cole is slated as the starter after Jasper Brinkley departed for Dallas. The pick of Kendricks won’t blow you away, until you actually watch him play – he’s versatile and the best inside-backer in this draft. Its a great pick as Mike Zimmer looks to re-build this defense – getting him and Trae Waynes is a good start.
Team Needs: CB, DE/Rush, MLB, RB, WR, TE, DL, OG, SS, OL, LB

TRADE:
Cardinals Gets: No.137, RB Adrian Peterson
Vikings get: No.31, Conditional 2018 3rd Round

The Cardinals reportedly weren’t willing to give up their first round selection…well technically, this is Seattle’s. I think by moving down, getting a little extra with the first move down – and despite Minnesota’s reluctance to part with AP, eventually something had to give. This is the best landing spot for him, even with Dallas, Tampa Bay, Atlanta, and Jacksonville as potential suitors. It’s reported that Peterson isn’t out-for-money and thats good because it’s no secret he’ll have to take a significant pay cut to make this work. I have the Cardinals also getting a fifth round pick back, which Im sure they had to fight for – but they’re also parting with a future pick that has a stipulation on whether Peterson is on their roster in 2017. It’ll be complicated, but I expect something to get done.

The Vikings may hold their ground and keep AP, whether he wants to play for them or not…but ultimately they need a resolution. You won’t exactly see fair value when you look at who they’ll select with the pick they got for Adrian Peterson – in fact, it’ll seem a little like McCoy for Alonso. The Vikings will probably look for another RB, but I doubt it’ll be with this pick – and again, maybe they feel comfortable with McKinnon and Asiata in the short term. They’ll fight to get the most they can for him, and this is marginal at best…but they don’t have a whole lot of leverage (not as much as you’ll think anyhow) when the pressure is actually on. Let him sit, or get something for him while the value is still this high.

32. New England – Lakin Tomlinson, OG – Duke
It’s likely the Patriots will move down with a team trying to target a player they want before Day 1 is over. I know there are probably some more popular names available, especially along the the defensive line – but I think Tomlinson fills a huge need and is an underrated player. Let face it, no one knows what New England may do – but it’s usually not what we expect. This pick may classify as that with Arik Armstead Marcus Peters, and Eddie Goldman all still available. He’s the best true-guard in the class and Tomlinson will help secure the offensive line. ThePatriots will continue to find gems to strengthen other positions with later round picks, they also seem to develop players we know nothing about.
Team Needs: LG, WR, DE, CB, DT/DL, OL, RB, LB, SS/DB, TE

2nd Round –

33. PT14 St.Louis (FROM Tennessee) – Bryce Petty, QB – Baylor

TRADE:
Titans Get: No.41, No.119, Conditional 2017 5th Round
Rams Get: No.33
It easy for the Titans – Tennessee can afford to move down and add picks. Foles is in a contract year, so St.Louis is likely to consider another option moving forward. It’s likely Foles will want a fairly decent contract and I don’t think the Rams are going to commit. It’s a better bet they draft their own guy, at a much more affordable amount – especially considering the price-tag some of those defenders will cost to keep.

34. Tampa Bay – Cedric Ogbuehi, OT – Texas A&M

35. Oakland – Marcus Peters, CB – Washington

36. PT15 Chicago (FROM Jacksonville) – Eddie Goldman, NT/DT – Florida State

TRADE:
Jaguars Get: No.39, No.183
Bears Get: No.36

37. PT9 Detroit (FROM NY Jets) – Arik Armstead, DT/DE – Oregon
Team Needs: LG, DT, RB, RT, CB, SS, LB, OL, WR, FB, DL, QB, DB

38. Washington – Devin Funchess, TE/WR – Michigan

39. PT15 Jacksonville (FROM Chicago) – Damarious Randall, FS/CB – Arizona State

40. PT12 San Francisco (FROM NY Giants) – Devin Smith, WR – Ohio State
Team Needs: WR, CB, OG, NT, ILB, DE, OL/C, OLB/Rush, TE, QB

41. PT14 Tennessee (FROM St.Louis) – T.J. Clemmings, OT – Pittsburgh

42. Atlanta – Denzel Perryman, ILB – Miami (FL)

43. Cleveland – Mario Edwards Jr., DE/DT – Florida State
Team Needs: WR, QB, RG, FS, ILB, TE, OL/OT, DE/DL, CB, RB, DB

44. New Orleans – Dorial Green-Beckham, WR – Oklahoma

45. PT16 Carolina (FROM Minnesota) – Jake Fisher, OT – Oregon

TRADE:
Vikings: No.57, No.89
Panthers Get: No.45, 2016 7th Round
They Vikings are looking for more picks. Moving down can only help here…with the additions of Waynes and Kendricks already the defense is shaping up – yet they still need to find a replace for AP. For the Panthers, they traded down in found one and misses on some of the premiere offensive tackles, but they seize the opportunity to land one of the better ones left, and truthfully…one of the last capable of making an immediate impact. Fisher could very well be gone, but they’re desperate to find a potential LT. Fisher is a valuable selections and well worth the price at this point – landing him and Dorsett is a very good start to their draft.

46. San Francisco – Jordan Phillips, NT/DT – Oklahoma

47. Miami – Ameer Abdullah, RB – Nebraska

48. PT6 Chicago (FROM San Diego) – Byron Jones, CB – U Conn

49. Kansas City – A.J. Cann, OG – South Carolina

50. Buffalo – Eli Harold, OLB/DE – Virginia
Team Needs: QB, OLBx2, OG, ILB, SS/FS, OT, DT, OL, DB, WR, DE/Rush, TE

51. Houston – Paul Dawson, ILB – TCU

52. PT1 Cleveland (FROM Philadelphia) – Sammie Coates, WR – Auburn

53. Cincinnati – Clive Walford, TE – Miami (FL)

54. Detroit – Tevin Coleman, RB – Indiana

55. Arizona – Owamagbe Odighizuwa, DE/OLB – UCLA
Team Needs: NT, RB, DE/DL, C, OLB/Rush, OT, ILB, CB/DB, WR, QB

56. Pittsburgh – Jalen Collins, CB – LSU

57. PT16 Minnesota (FROM Carolina) – Preston Smith, DE – Mississippi State

58. Baltimore – TJ Yeldon, RB – Alabama

59. Denver – Hroniss Grasu, C – Oregon

60. Dallas – Michael Bennett, DT/DE – Ohio State

61. Indianapolis – Carl Davis, NT/DT – Iowa

62. Green Bay – Stephone Anthony, ILB – Clemson

63. Seattle – Ali Marpet, OG – Hobart & William Smith
Team Needs: C, LG, CB, WR, DE/Rush, OL/OT, LB, QB, DT, DB, KR

64. New England – Nate Orchard, OLB/DE – Utah

3rd Round:

65. Tampa Bay – Donovan Smith, OT/OG – Penn State
66. Tennessee – Eric Rowe, CB/FS – Utah
67. Jacksonville – Jay Ajayi, RB – Boise State
68. Oakland – Danielle Hunter, DE – LSU
69. Washington – Duke Johnson, RB – Miami (FL)
70. NY Jets – Sean Mannion, QB – Oregon State
71. Chicago – Rashad Greene, WR – Florida State
72. PT3 Chicago (FROM St. Louis) – Adrian Amos, FS – Penn State
73. PT2 Washington (FROM Atlanta) – Tre Jackson, OG – Florida State
74. PT12 San Francisco (FROM New York Giants) – Benardrick McKinney, ILB – Mississippi State
75. PT4 Washington (FROM New Orleans) – Quinten Rollins, CB/FS – Miami (OH)
76. Minnesota – Tyler Lockett, WR – Kansas State
77. Cleveland – Cody Prewitt, FS/SS – Mississippi
78. PT10 Arizona (FROM New Orleans (from Miami) – P.J. Williams, CB – Florida State
79. San Francisco – Jeremiah Poutasi, OG/OT, Utah
80. PT7 Miami (FROM Kansas City) – Ramik Wilson, ILB – Georgia
81. Buffalo – Garrett Grayson, QB – Colorado State
82. Houston – Jaquiski Tartt, SS – Samford
83. San Diego – Brett Hundley, QB – UCLA
84. Philadelphia – Grady Jarrett, DT/NT – Clemson
85. Cincinnati – Kwon Alexander, OLB/DE – LSU
86. Arizona – Reese Dismukes, C – Auburn
87. Pittsburgh – Ronald Darby, CB – Florida State
88. Detroit – Mitch Morse, OG/OT – Missouri
89. Carolina – David Johnson, RB – Northern Iowa
90. Baltimore – Steven Nelson, CB – Oregon State
91. Dallas – Ifo Ekpre-Olomu, CB – Oregon
92. Denver – Taiwan Jones, ILB – Michigan State
93. Indianapolis – Xavier Cooper, DT/DE – Washington State
94. Green Bay – Rob Havenstein, OT – Wisconsin
95. Seattle – Max Garcia, C – Florida
96. New England – Hau’oli Kikaha, OLB – Washington
C97. New England – Tony Lippett, WR – Michigan State
C98. Kansas City – Henry Anderson, DE/DT – Stanford
C99. Cincinnati – Alex Carter, CB/FS – Stanford

4th Round:
100. PT1 Cleveland (FROM Tennessee) – Trey Flowers, DE/OLB – Arkansas
101. New England – James Sample, SS – Louisville
102. Oakland – Derron Smith, FS – Fresno State
103. Jacksonville – Josue Matias, OG – Florida State
104. PT9 Detroit (FROM NY Jets) – Lorenzo Mauldin, OLB – Louisville
105. Washington – Justin Hardy, WR – East Carolina
106. PT6 San Diego (FROM Chicago) – Arie Kouandjio, OG – Alabama
107. Atlanta – Ty Sambrailo, OT – Colorado State
108. NY Giants – Doran Grant, CB/FS – Ohio State
109. Tampa Bay – Markus Golden, DE/OLB – Missouri
110. Minnesota – Jeremy Langford, RB – Michigan State
111. Cleveland – Daryl Williams, OT – Oklahoma
112. Seattle – Josh Shaw, CB – USC
113. Philadelphia – Jarvis Harrison, OG – Texas A&M
114. Miami – Travis Raciti, DE/DT – San Jose State
115. Cleveland – Nick O’Leary, TE – Florida State
116. Houston – D’Joun Smith, CB – Florida Atlantic
117. San Diego – Ellis McCarthy, NT/DT – UCLA
118. Kansas City – B.J. Finney, C – Kansas State
119. PT14 Tennessee (FROM St.Louis) – Jeff Heuerman, TE – Ohio State
120. Cincinnati – Gabe Wright, DT – Auburn
121. Pittsburgh – Wes Saxton, TE – South Alabama
122. Baltimore – Za’Darius Smith, DE – Kentucky
123. Arizona – Cory Robinson, OT – South Carolina
124. Carolina – Anthony Chickillo, DE – Miami (FL)
125. Baltimore – MyCole Pruitt, TE – Southern Illinois
126. San Francisco – Christian Covington, DT/DE – Rice
127. Dallas – Sean Hickey, OG/OT – Syracuse
128. PT11 Carolina (FROM Indianapolis) – Jordan Hicks, OLB – Texas
129. Green Bay – Rakeem Nunez-Roches, DT – Southern Mississippi
130. Seattle – Kurtis Drummond, FS – Michigan State
131. New England – Andy Gallik, C – Boston College
C132. San Francisco – Ibraheim Campbell, SS – Northwestern
C133. Denver – Anthony Harris, FS – Virginia
C134. Seattle – Ty Montgomery, WR – Stanford
C135. Cincinnati – Chris Conley, WR – Georgia
C136. Baltimore – Tre McBride, WR – William & Mary

Next Best:
Tyler Kroft, TE – Rutgers
Laurence Gibson, OT – Virginia Tech
Dez Lewis, WR – Central Arkansas
Jacoby Glenn, CB – Central Florida
Tony Washington, DE/OLB – Oregon
John Miller, OG – Louisville
Marcus Hardison, DT/DE – Arizona State
Terry Poole, OT – San Diego State
Josh Harper, WR – Fresno State
Hayes Pullard, ILB – USC
Austin Shepherd, OT/OG – Alabama
Mike Davis, RB – South Carolina
Cedric Reed, DE/OLB – Texas
Dres Anderson, WR – Utah
Charles Gaines, CB – Louisville
Tyrus Thompson, OT – Oklahoma
Durell Eskridge, FS/SS – Syracuse
Tyeler Davison, DT/DE – Fresno State
Shaquille Mason, C/OG – Georgia Tech
Obum Gwachum, DE – Oregon State
Davis Tull, OLB/DE – Tennessee-Chattanooga
Gerod Holliman, FS – Louisville
Javorius ‘Buck’ Allen, RB – USC
Tavaris Barnes, DE – Clemson
Ben Heeney, ILB – Kansas
David Cobb, RB – Minnesota
Blake Bell, TE/FB – Oklahoma
Chris Hackett, FS – TCU
Stefon Diggs, WR – Maryland
Zack Hodges, OLB/DE – Harvard
Cam Thomas, CB – Western Kentucky
Ben Koyack, TE – Notre Dame
Joey Mbu, DT/NT – Houston
Brandon Bridge, QB – South Alabama
Lynden Trail, DE/DT/OLB – Norfolk State
Senquez Golson, CB – Mississippi
Brian Mihalik, DE/DT – Boston College
Robert Myers, OG/OT – Tennessee State
Max Valles, OLB/DE – Virginia
Mark Glowinski, OG – WVU
Jamison Crowder, WR/KR – Duke
B.J. Dubose, DE – Louisville
Clayton Geathers, SS – Central Florida
Andrew Donnal, OT – Iowa
Kevin White, CB – TCU
Jesse James, TE – Notre Dame
Leterrius Walton, DT – Central Michigan
Jamil Douglas, OG – Arizona State
Xavier Williams, DE/NT – Northern Iowa
Anthony Johnson, SS – UCLA
Mike Hull, ILB – Penn State
Chaz Green, OT/OG – Florida
Alani Fua, OLB – BYU
Jordan Richards, SS – Stanford

TEAM BY TEAM SELECTIONS————-

Tampa Bay –
1.Jameis Winston, QB – Florida State
34.Cedric Ogbuehi, OT – Texas A&M
65.Donovan Smith, OT/OG – Penn State
109.Markus Golden, DE/OLB – Missouri

Tennessee –
9.Kevin White, WR – West Virginia
19.Landon Collins, SS – Alabama
20.Malcolm Brown, DT/DE – Texas
41.T.J. Clemmings, OT – Pittsburgh
66.Eric Rowe, CB/FS – Utah
119.Jeff Heuerman, TE – Ohio State
QB Matt Barkley (Eagles)

Jacksonville –
3.Vic Beasley, DE/OLB – Clemson
39.Damarious Randall, FS/CB – Arizona State
67.Jay Ajayi, RB – Boise State
103. Josue Matias, OG – Florida State

Oakland –
4.Leonard Williams, DE/DT – USC
35.Marcus Peters, CB – Washington
68.Danielle Hunter, DE – LSU
102.Derron Smith, FS – Fresno State

Washington –
13.Shane Ray, DE/OLB – Missouri
38.Devin Funchess, TE/WR – Michigan
69.Duke Johnson, RB – Miami (FL)
73.Tre Jackson, OG – Florida State
75.Quinten Rollins, CB/FS – Miami (OH)
105.Justin Hardy, WR – East Carolina
OT Sam Baker (Falcons)

NY Jets –
6.Amari Cooper, WR – Alabama
23.Andrus Peat, OT – Stanford
70.Sean Mannion, QB – Oregon State

Chicago –
17.Randy Gregory DE/OLB – Nebraska
36.Eddie Goldman, NT/DT – Florida State
48.Byron Jones, CB – U Conn
71.Rashad Greene, WR – Florida State
72. Adrian Amos, FS – Penn State

Atlanta –
5.Dante Folwer Jr., DE/OLB – Florida
42.Denzel Perryman, ILB – Miami (FL)
107.Ty Sambrailo, OT – Colorado State

NY Giants –
12.Ereck Flowers, OT – Miami (FL)
27.Shaq Thompson, OLB/SS – Washington
108.Doran Grant, CB/FS – Ohio State
MLB Zach Brown (Titans)

St.Louis –
7.Brandon Scherff, OG/OT – Iowa
33.Bryce Petty, QB – Baylor

Minnesota –
11.Trae Waynes, CB – Michigan State
31.Eric Kendricks, ILB – UCLA
57.Preston Smith, DE – Mississippi State
76.Tyler Lockett, WR – Kansas State
110.Jeremy Langford, RB – Michigan State

Cleveland –
43.Mario Edwards Jr., DE/DT – Florida State
52.Sammie Coates, WR – Auburn
77.Cody Prewitt, FS/SS – Mississippi
100.Trey Flowers, DE/OLB – Arkansas
111.Daryl Williams, OT – Oklahoma
115.Nick O’Leary, TE – Florida State
QB Sam Bradford (Eagles)
OG Evan Mathis (Eagles)
MLB Mychal Kendricks (Eagles)

New Orleans –
8.Danny Shelton NT/DT – Washington
24.Maxx Williams, TE – Minnesota
44.Dorial Green-Beckham, WR – Oklahoma

Miami –
18.Jaelen Strong, WR – Arizona State
47.Ameer Abdullah, RB – Nebraska
80.Ramik Wilson, ILB – Georgia
114.Travis Raciti, DE/DT – San Jose State

San Francisco –
40.Devin Smith, WR – Ohio State
46.Jordan Phillips, NT/DT – Oklahoma
74.Benardrick McKinney, ILB – Mississippi State
79.Jeremiah Poutasi, OG/OT, Utah
126.Christian Covington, DT/DE – Rice
132.Ibraheim Campbell, SS – Northwestern
CB Morris Claiborne (Dallas)
WR Corey Washington (Giants)

Houston –
16.Davante Parker, WR – Louisville
51.Paul Dawson, ILB – TCU
82.Jaquiski Tartt, SS – Samford
116.D’Joun Smith, CB – Florida Atlantic

San Diego –
10.Todd Gurley Jr., RB – Georgia
83.Brett Hundley, QB – UCLA
106.Arie Kouandjio, OG – Alabama
117.Ellis McCarthy, NT/DT – UCLA

Kansas City –
14.Breshad Perriman, WR – Central Florida
49.A.J. Cann, OG – South Carolina
98.Henry Anderson, DE/DT – Stanford
118.B.J. Finney, C – Kansas State

Buffalo –
50.Eli Harold, OLB/DE – Virginia
81.Garrett Grayson, QB – Colorado State

Philadelphia –
2.Marcus Mariota, QB – Oregon
84.Grady Jarrett, DT/NT – Clemson
113.Jarvis Harrison, OG – Texas A&M

Cincinnati –
21.La’el Collins, OT/OG – LSU
53.Clive Walford, TE – Miami (FL)
85.Kwon Alexander, OLB/DE – LSU
99.Alex Carter, CB/FS – Stanford
120.Gabe Wright, DT – Auburn
135.Chris Conley, WR – Georgia

Pittsburgh –
22.Alvin ‘Bud’ Dupree, DE/OLB – Kentucky
56.Jalen Collins, CB – LSU
87.Ronald Darby, CB – Florida State
121.Wes Saxton, TE – South Alabama

Detroit –
37.Arik Armstead, DT/DE – Oregon
54.Tevin Coleman, RB – Indiana
88.Mitch Morse, OG/OT – Missouri
104.Lorenzo Mauldin, OLB – Louisville
CB Dee Milliner (Jets)
OT Oday Aboushi (Jets)

Arizona –
55.Owamagbe Odighizuwa, DE/OLB – UCLA
78.P.J. Williams, CB – Florida State
86.Reese Dismukes, C – Auburn
123.Cory Robinson, OT – South Carolina
NT John Jenkins (Saints)
RB Adrian Peterson (Vikings)

Carolina –
29.Phillip Dorsett, WR – Miami (FL)
45.Jake Fisher, OT – Oregon
89.David Johnson, RB – Northern Iowa
124.Anthony Chickillo, DE – Miami (FL)
128.Jordan Hicks, OLB – Texas

Baltimore –
26.Nelson Agholor, WR – USC
58.TJ Yeldon, RB – Alabama
90.Steven Nelson, CB – Oregon State
122.Za’Darius Smith, DE – Kentucky
125.MyCole Pruitt, TE – Southern Illinois
136.Tre McBride, WR – William & Mary

Dallas –
15.Melvin Gordon III, RB – Wisconsin
60.Michael Bennett, DT/DE – Ohio State
91.Ifo Ekpre-Olomu, CB – Oregon
127.Sean Hickey, OG/OT – Syracuse

Denver –
28.D.J. Humphries, OT/OG – Florida
59.Hroniss Grasu, C – Oregon
92.Taiwan Jones, ILB – Michigan State
133.Anthony Harris, FS – Virginia

Indianapolis –
25.Cameron Irving, C/OG/OT – Florida State
61.Carl Davis, NT/DT – Iowa
93.Xavier Cooper, DT/DE – Washington State

Green Bay –
30.Kevin Johnson, CB – Wake Forest
62.Stephone Anthony, ILB – Clemson
94.Rob Havenstein, OT – Wisconsin
129.Rakeem Nunez-Roches, DT – Southern Mississippi

Seattle –
63.Ali Marpet, OG – Hobart & William Smith
95.Max Garcia, C – Florida
112.Josh Shaw, CB – USC
130.Kurtis Drummond, FS – Michigan State
134.Ty Montgomery, WR – Stanford

New England –
32.Lakin Tomlinson, OG – Duke
64.Nate Orchard, OLB/DE – Utah
96.Hau’oli Kikaha, OLB – Washington
97.Tony Lippett, WR – Michigan State
101.James Sample, SS – Louisville
131.Andy Gallik, C – Boston College

2015 NFL Draft – Mock Draft 1.0

…and here, we, go!

1st Round:

1. Tampa Bay – Jameis Winston, QB – Florida State
I can’t say I blame them, but Im not sold on his off the-field-issues either. I could see Mariota here just as easily, but I just don’t expect it.

2. PT1 NY Jets (FROM Tennessee) – Marcus Mariota, QB – Oregon
For Tennessee, I just don’t see Mariota as a good fit. They can’t trade back too far so NY at No.6 is the most likely option to still be able to land an impact player. If they stay put Leonard Williams makes the most sense, but I truthfully wouldn’t rule out them surprising taking Kevin White or Amari Cooper.

For the Jets, Geno isn’t the long term answer for the new regime – he might not even be the favorite to start over Fitzpatrick in the current situation. Therefore, it makes sense to make this move and get the signal caller to build around moving forward. Its a rather small price to pay for someone with Mariota’s potential. New York has talent

I’d expect someone to move into this spot and the Jets are the most likely QB needy team. The Rams, Browns, and Chargers are likely too big of a drop for Tennessee to realistically consider a move and Washington and Chicago can’t afford to give up the picks with their current situations.

TRADE: Titans: No.6 (1st Round), No.70 (3rd Round), No.223 (7th Round), 2016 2nd Round and 2017 3rd Round. Jets: No.2 (1st Round), No.177 (6th Round), Conditional 2017 6th Round.

3. Jacksonville – Vic Beasley, DE/OLB – Clemson
I know Leonard Williams is highly regarded as the best defense prospect, and if they go defense with him on the board – it makes sense for him to be their guy. Well, I like Beasley in this scenario – despite Williams being available and despite the buzz around Dante Fowler Jr. here. I think he’s the best of all the edge rushers.

4. Oakland – Leonard Williams, DE/DT – USC
I don’t think Oakland could resist Williams should he be available, although it could peek a little trade interest as well. Kevin White and Amari Cooper are the popular options, and rightfully so – even with the signing of Michael Crabtree, it’s very likely one of them will be the pick if Williams isn’t. WR is probably their biggest need, but there is a lot of depth at the position. Trading down would be smart for the Raiders is the right scenario takes place.

5. PT2 St.Louis (FROM Washington) – Brandon Scherff, OG/OT – Iowa
For Washington, they could stand pat and take the best player on their board, but when a familiar team comes calling they give in to give themselves a few extra picks to work with. Personally, I don’t love anyone that they can get here anyhow.

As for the Rams…With a move like this, most would think it’d be for Kevin White or Amari Cooper – but their offensive line is full of holes. I think Washington will strongly consider Scherff themselves, but would benefit from moving down. The left side of the line is in tact, with Barrett Jones capable of playing C – adding this monster really helps with securing the right side. His versatility is nice, but projects as an OG.

TRADE: Redskins: No.10 (1st Round), No.72 (3rd Round), 2016 4th Round. Rams: No.5 (1st Round)

6. PT1 Tennessee (FROM NY Jets) – Kevin White, WR – West Virginia
I personally think Amari Cooper is the safer pick, but it’s hard to argue with White’s upside. I think they’re going to give Mettenberger a shot – add White opposite Justin Hunter with Kendall Wright in the slot and all of the sudden he has some pretty impressive weapons. With the said, I don’t think it’d hurt to upgrade the defensive side of the ball either, particularly the defensive front with this pick. If they end up trading back from No.2 and landing a few spots lower a guy like Danny Shelton could make a lot of sense.

7. PT3 New Orleans (FROM Chicago) – Danny Shelton NT/DT – Washington
For Chicago, The Bears would probably strongly consider Amari Cooper – and I think they should take him personally. Danny Shelton would be the other likely option, and well the Saints think so too. I think if they decided a WR isn’t their pick then moving down would make the most sense – in which scenario they can address the defense or potentially land another WR they like.

The Saints are down Jimmy Graham and Kenny Stills most notably, and could make such a move for Amari Cooper to add an offensive weapon. However, I think Shelton is the target. They need a true nose for the 3-4, so while it seems unlikely to pass on Cooper and a talent like Dante Fowler Jr. in a move up like this – Shelton is a 0-technique that could solidify that defense with his skill set.

TRADE: Bears: No.13 (1st Round), No.44 (2nd Round). Saints: No.7 (1st Round), No.106 (4th Round)

8. Atlanta – Dante Folwer Jr., DE/OLB – Florida
This is a no-brain for new HC Dan Quinn. Folwer could land as high as No.3 and it’s likely someone will try to trade up for him if he slides. They might have the worst pass-rush in the league so this definitely helps – and is a great fit. Randy Gregory or Shane Ray might get consideration.

9. PT4 Cleveland (FROM NY Giants) – Amari Cooper, WR – Alabama
For NY, right now Landon Collins makes all the sense, but maybe they think Washington will pass and they can get him later by moving down. Would the Giants even be inclined to take Cooper themselves? I think they’ll look to move down in this scenario.

For Cleveland, why not move up 3 spots for this kind of talent. It’s hard to imagine him not going sooner, but someone will make a play on him if he falls a bit. Cleveland could roll with Bowe, Hartline, and Hawkins – but Cooper is a solid and safe pick…which they need. Making a move and holding on to picks is a key motivating option for a small move as opposite to a larger on.

TRADE: Giants: No.12 (1st Round), No.77 (3rd Round). Browns: No.9 (1st Round), No.108 (4th Round)

10. PT2 Washington (FROM St.Louis) – La’el Collins, OT/OG – LSU
Sure, Scherff would have been nice – but Collins isn’t a bad choice after moving down. Another Collins, Landon Collins ,wants to play for Washington, but they’ll likely pass on him to help protect their QB. Collins is a combo position player who will add some much needed talent to the offensive line.

11. PT5 San Francisco (FROM Minnesota) – Trae Waynes, CB – Michigan State
Minnesota probably should take Waynes themselves, but maybe they’ve got another plan up their sleeve.

For San Fran, they come get the best CB in the draft. They are undergoing a lot of changes, and not to be forgotten is the departures are corner – Waynes comes in and is a starter from day 1. They have a lot of holes to fill but he’s athletic and a potential shut-down talent on the outside.

TRADE: Vikings: No.15 (1st Round), No.79 (3rd round). 49ers: No.11 (1st Round)

12. PT4 NY Giants (FROM Cleveland) – Landon Collins, SS – Alabama
They could have taken him at No.9, but that might have been a reach – even still…this might be a bit early, but when you need a safety you might as well get the best one available. He’s highly productive and a complete safety prospect.

13. PT3 Chicago (FROM New Orleans) – Davante Parker, WR – Louisville
Teams like Miami and Houston will be disappointed with this selection. The Bears need someone opposite of Alshon Jeffery with Marshall’s departure. He offers good value at this point, especially after moving down and passing on Cooper – but he’s right their on the same level talent wise. The defensive front-seven is another area of need and that they could target.

14. PT6 Chiefs (FROM Miami) – Mario Edwards Jr., DE/DT – Florida State
Miami has plenty of options to choice from, but with that said – one of them will probably still be available if they move down a few spots. Especially considering they have so few picks as it is.

The Chiefs are in need of a DE in that 3/4 system. Edwards isn’t going to be the popular pick – especially considering I have them moving up for him but he’s a better option than Arik Armstead and Malcolm Brown. This is kind of surprising, especially if you consider they could use a WR or OL help. Edwards is the type of player who could excel and I expect him to go higher than expected – he’s tough, athletic, and the type of defender the Chiefs need.

TRADE: Dolphins: No.18 (1st Round), No.80 (3rd Round). Chiefs: No.14 (1st Round).

15. PT5 Minnesota (FROM San Francisco) – Alvin ‘Bud’ Dupree, DE/OLB – Kentucky
Maybe another surprise, but Dupree has a high-ceiling and is moving up boards. if you’re in a division playing against Aaron Rodgers you better have guys who can attack off the edge. Sure, they have other options, but Mike Zimmer is sure to go with a defender here. I’d expect him to go ahead of Shane Ray and in Minnesota – along with Anthony Barr give them a new dimension to their defense.

16. PT7 Philadelphia (FROM Houston) – Jaelen Strong, WR – Arizona State
Houston adds and inside linebacker and moves down a few spots. Its a win-win considering they may have reached for MLB Eric Kendricks here anyhow.

The Eagles move up a few spots to secure a down the field passing threat. He is smooth, especially for a big-bodied guy. Its a nice fit, but of course there are plenty of other receiving options – I just think Strong is the best fit. They could stand to get some offensive line help as well.

TRADE: Texans: No.20 (1st Round), MLB Mychal Kendricks. Eagles: No.16 (1st Round)

17. San Diego – Eli Harold, OLB/DE – Virginia
Todd Gurley will probably be the popular pick here, and its hard to argue it – but I think they address the defense here. Again, Harold probably isn’t the flashiest option with Shane ray and Gregory still available – but I think he’s the best option. Harold is a speed rusher, and might be a situational player to get after QB – but the Chargers have to improve their pass-rush. Eddie Goldman would be the next best option to give them a true-NT.

18. PT6/PT8 Baltimore (FROM Miami (FROM Kansas City) – Melvin Gordon III, RB – Wisconsin
Miami continues to obtain picks, moving down seems right here.

The Ravens can’t risk rival Cleveland landing Gordon – so jump so potential suitors to come get him. RB may not be their biggest need, but he’s a weapon they need. Gordon and Forsett offer a nice duo in the backfield. Baltimore has plenty of picks to make a move as well.

TRADE: Dolphins: No.26 (1st Round), No.90 (3rd Round), No.122 (4th Round). Ravens: No.18 (1st Round)

19. Cleveland (Buffalo) – Cameron Irving, C/OG/OT – Florida State
Alex Mack might not be back after next season, and aside from that – Irving is a tremendous talent that can step in and help on the right-side this season. Its not a flashy pick with Gurley, Shane Ray, Armstead, or another name bigger name available – but finally Cleveland is making smart choices. Cooper and Irving are solid picks to build around for the future.

20. PT7 Houston (FROM Philadelphia) – Malcolm Brown DT/DE – Texas
He is a force inside and would pair nicely on a defensive line with JJ Watt. Adding Mychal Kendricks in the trade down with Philly, coupled with Brown here the defensive is looking strong in the middle. There are plenty of other options here for the Texans, but Brown gives them an enforcer with versatility.

21. Cincinnati – Andrus Peat, OT – Stanford
They could stand help at OLB, or a pass-rusher…but Peat is an intriguing prospect who can help solidify their offensive line moving forward. Ereck Flowers or DJ Humpries could be options as well, but I think Peat is the best of the three. Peat can start immediately, and potentially can be a good LT.

22. PT9 Dallas (FROM Pittsburgh) – Todd Gurley Jr., RB – Georgia
Pittsburgh can;t go wrong by trading down – add picks, get younger.

Dallas has to leap-frog some of the potential RB needy teams. The price is small for a talent like Gurley at this point. He’s recovering won;t be rushed along with DMc there to help drive the ship to start the season. Obviously, if they can work something out for AP then they wouldn’t make such a move – but I expect Gurley to be a good one…especially behind that offensive line.

23. Detroit – Arik Armstead, DT/DE – Oregon
They need to replace Suh, and while Im not sold on Armstead…this is a nice selection for the Lions. They added the aging Ngata to be a precense, but aside from that they need to address defensive tackle. A RB and offensive line help are important too, but Armstead has great size and could develop into a talented playmaker.

24. PT10 Saints (FROM Arizona) – Breshad Perriman, WR – Central Florida
Arizona, might as well move down – maybe they’ll wind up with Adrian Peterson.

The Saints addressed the defense by moving up early, and jump ahead of Miami here to land an offensive weapon for Drew Brees. It’s very possible that Perriman is gone, but if he’s here then its a good time to go get him.

TRADE: Cardinals: No.31 (1st Round), No.78 (3rd Round). Saints: No.24 (1st Round), No.110 (4th Round).

25. Carolina – Ereck Flowers, OT – Miami (FL)
Flowers is a nice fit here, and unless either Jonathan Martin or Nate Chandler are your pick to protect Cam then you understand the pick even more. Flowers is massive and could be gone before now, but offensive line should be the area to target here.

26. PT8 Miami (FROM Baltimore) – Eric Kendricks, ILB – UCLA
It pays off for Miami by moving down a few times and still landing a guy like Kendricks, whom they’d likely consider at No.14. I think they’d like an offensive player, but this allows the defensive to get back on track…even though Im sure Suh will help with that as well.

27. PT9 Pittsburgh (FROM Dallas) – Jalen Collins, CB – LSU
I think Collins could be gone, but its very realistically to believe they’ll end up with one of the top CB’s in the draft with their first pick. Peters and Kevin Johnson join Collins as options for the secondary needy Steelers. Collins is a great athlete with greta ball skills – an immediate upgrade for a team with a lot of needs.

28. Denver – D.J. Humphries, OT/OG – Florida
Denver must rebuild the offensive line, and I think Humpries would be a good choice. Flowers, Humphries, Peat or Clemmings make a lot of sense – even Irving if he’s available. I think it’s safe to say they can get someone to help them protect Peyton here.

29. PT11 NY Giants (FROM Indianapolis) – Shane Ray, DE/OLB – Missouri
Indianapolis is in a key position to move out of Round 1 – I expect them to…

The Giants would maybe have been better off taking an edge rusher with their original pick, but if Ray last this long – it’s surely worth it to come back in to the round and get him. He’ll likely go sooner, but Im not as big on him as others. I think getting him and Landon Collins is a huge day for the G-men.

TRADE: Colts: No.40 (2nd Round), No.74 (3rd Round), 2016 6th Round. Giants: No.29 (1st Round), No.128 (4th Round)

30. Green Bay – Marcus Peters, CB – Washington
They could use an ILB, but with Peters on the board – I don’t expect them to pass on him. Their secondary lost a lot this offseason and a CB, whether Peters, Johnson, or Jones is a solid choice.

31. PT10/PT12 Minnesota (From Arizona (FROM New Orleans (Seattle) – Paul Dawson, ILB – TCU
Well, Well – AP takes a huge pay cut and gets out of town. Minnesota lands a nice score for a players who wants out.

Arizona finally gets Adrian. Its a great fit and a no-brainer.

Minnesota uses the pick to continue to build the defense. They added Dupree earlier, now they secure the middle – but don’t rule our a CB…or heck, maybe even a RB to replace AP. Dawson however is always around the ball, and the type of guy Mike Zimmer would love to get his hands on.

TRADE: Arizona: RB Adrian Peterson, No.137 (5th Round). Vikings: No.31 (1st Round)

32. New England – Lakin Tomlinson, OG – Duke
Im sure someone will have a more popular pick, but I don’t think there’s a better on. Tomlinson will help secure the offensive line and the Patriots will continue to find gems to strengthen other positions. It might be a little early for him, but I think the fit makes the slight reach worth it – as always..we never know what they’re going to do but its usually unexpected.

2nd Round:

33. Tennessee – T.J. Clemmings, OT – Pittsburgh
34. Tampa Bay – Cedric Ogbuehi, OT – Texas A&M
35. Oakland – Nelson Agholor, WR – USC
36. Jacksonville – Kevin Johnson, CB – Wake Forest
37. NY Jets – Jordan Phillips, NT/DT – Oklahoma
38. Washington – Randy Gregory DE/OLB – Nebraska
39. Chicago – Bryce Petty, QB – Baylor
40. PT11 Indianapolis (FROM NY Giants) – Eddie Goldman NT/DT – Florida State
41. St.Louis – Jake Fisher, OT – Oregon
42. Atlanta – Jay Ajayi, RB – Boise State
43. Cleveland – Stephone Anthony, ILB – Clemson
44. PT3 Chicago (FROM New Orleans) – Owamagbe Odighizuwa, DE/OLB – UCLA
45. Minnesota – Byron Jones, CB – U Conn
46. San Francisco – Devin Smith, WR – Ohio State
47. Miami – A.J. Cann, OG – South Carolina
48. San Diego – Brett Hundley, QB – UCLA
49. Kansas City – Dorial Green-Beckham, WR – Oklahoma
50. Buffalo – Shaq Thompson, OLB/SS – Washington
51. Houston – Rashad Greene, WR – Florida State
52. Philadelphia – Ali Marpet, OG – Hobart & William Smith
53. Cincinnati – Nate Orchard OLB/DE – Utah
54. Detroit – Tevin Coleman, RB – Indiana
55. Arizona – Carl Davis, NT/DT – Iowa
56. Pittsburgh – Maxx Williams, TE – Minnesota
57. Carolina – Ameer Abdullah, RB – Nebraska
58. Baltimore – Danielle Hunter, DE – LSU
59. Denver – Benardrick McKinney, ILB – Mississippi State
60. Dallas – Michael Bennett, DT/DE – Ohio State
61. Indianapolis – Ronald Darby, CB – Florida State
62. Green Bay – Denzel Perryman, ILB – Miami (FL)
63. Seattle – Hroniss Grasu, C – Oregon
64. New England – Sammie Coates, WR – Auburn

3rd Round:

65. Tampa Bay – Damarious Randall, FS – Arizona State
66. Tennessee – Garrett Grayson, QB – Colorado State
67. Jacksonville – TJ Yeldon, RB – Alabama
68. Oakland – Eric Rowe, CB/FS – Utah
69. Washington – Clive Walford, TE – Miami (FL)
70. PT1 Tennessee (FROM NY Jets) – Xavier Cooper, DT – Washington State
71. Chicago – Cody Prewitt, FS/SS – Mississippi
72. PT2 Washington (FROM St.Louis) – Jaquiski Tartt, SS – Samford
73. Atlanta – Phillip Dorsett, WR – Miami (FL)
74. PT11 Indianapolis (FROM NY Giants) – Preston Smith, DE – Mississippi State
75. New Orleans – Devin Funchess, TE/WR – Michigan
76. Minnesota – Tre Jackson, OG – Florida State
77. PT4 NY Giants (FROM Cleveland) – Hau’oli Kikaha, OLB – Washington
78. PT10 Arizona (FROM New Orleans (Miami) – Donovan Smith, OT – Penn State
79. PT5 Minnesota (FROM San Francisco) – James Sample, SS – Louisville
80. PT6 Miami (FROM Kansas City) – Tyler Lockett, WR – Kansas State
81. Buffalo – Taiwan Jones, ILB – Michigan State
82. Houston – Rob Havenstein, OT – Wisconsin
83. San Diego – Arie Kouandjio, OG – Alabama
84. Philadelphia – Grady Jarrett, DT/NT – Clemson
85. Cincinnati – Quinten Rollins, CB/FS – Miami (OH)
86. Arizona – Lorenzo Mauldin, OLB – Louisville
87. Pittsburgh – Kwon Alexander, OLB/DE – LSU
88. Detroit – Mitch Morse, OG/OT – Missouri
89. Carolina – Trey Flowers, DE – Arkansas
90. PT8 Miami (FROM Baltimore) – David Johnson, RB – Northern Iowa
91. Dallas – Ifo Ekpre-Olomu, CB – Oregon
92. Denver – Ty Sambrailo, OT – Colorado State
93. Indianapolis – B.J. Finney, C – Kansas State
94. Green Bay – Dez Lewis, WR – Central Arkansas
95. Seattle – Josue Matias, OG – Florida State
96. New England – Duke Johnson, RB – Miami (FL)
C97. New England – P.J. Williams, CB – Florida State
C98. Kansas City – Reese Dismukes, C – Auburn
C99. Cincinnati – Anthony Harris, FS – Virginia

Next Best:
Cory Robinson, OT – South Carolina
Alex Carter, CB/FS – Stanford
Gabe Wright, DT – Auburn
Tre McBride, WR – William & Mary
Sean Hickey, OG/OT – Syracuse
Justin Hardy, WR – East Carolina
Daryl Williams, OT – Oklahoma
Tony Washington, DE/OLB – Oregon
Derron Smith, FS – Fresno State
D’Joun Smith, CB – Florida Atlantic
Tyler Kroft, TE – Rutgers
Ibraheim Campbell, SS – Northwestern
Ellis McCarthy, NT/DT – UCLA
Markus Golden, DE/OLB – Missouri
Jeremiah Poutasi, OG/OT, Utah
Anthony Chickillo, DE – Miami (FL)
Jeremy Langford, RB – Michigan State
Josh Shaw, CB – USC
Marcus Hardison, DT – Arizona State
Tavaris Barnes, DE – Clemson
Doran Grant, CB – Ohio State
Chris Hackett, FS – TCU
Max Garcia, C – Florida
Steven Nelson, CB – Oregon State
Christian Covington, DT – Rice
Durell Eskridge, FS/SS – Syracuse
Henry Anderson, DE/DT – Stanford
Hayes Pullard, ILB – USC
Austin Shepherd, OT/OG – Alabama
Jeff Heuerman, TE – Ohio State
Lynden Trail, DE/DT/OLB – Norfolk State
Jacoby Glenn, CB – Central Florida
Zack Hodges, OLB/DE – Harvard
Za’Darius Smith, DE – Kentucky
Mike Davis, RB – South Carolina
Max Valles, OLB/DE – Virginia
Charles Gaines, CB – Louisville
Obum Gwachum, DE – Oregon State
Tyeler Davison, DT – Fresno State
Sean Mannion, QB – Oregon State
Kurtis Drummond, FS – Michigan State
Ramik Wilson, ILB – Georgia
Stefon Diggs, WR – Maryland
Tyrus Thompson, OT – Oklahoma
B.J. Dubose, DE – Louisville
Gerod Holliman, FS – Louisville
Javorius ‘Buck’ Allen, RB – USC
Davis Tull, OLB/DE – Tennessee-Chattanooga
John Miller, OG – Louisville
Chris Conley, WR – Georgia
Leterrius Walton, DT – Central Michigan
Mike Hull, ILB – Penn State
Jamil Douglas, OG – Arizona State
MyCole Pruitt, TE – Southern Illinois
Clayton Geathers, SS – Central Florida
Ty Montgomery, WR – Stanford
Jordan Hicks, OLB – Texas
Alani Fua, OLB – BYU
Andy Gallik, C – Boston College
Cam Thomas, CB – Western Kentucky
David Cobb, RB – Minnesota
Rakeem Nunez-Roches, DT – Southern Mississippi
Derrick Malone, OLB – Oregon
Ben Heeney, ILB – Kansas
Terry Poole, OT – San Diego State
Mark Glowinski, OG – WVU
Nick O’Leary, TE – Florida State
Senquez Golson, CB – Mississippi
Tony Lippett, WR – Michigan State
Chaz Green, OT/OG – Florida
Deshazor Everett, CB – Texas A&M
Cedric Reed, DE/OLB – Texas
Dres Anderson, WR – Utah
Jordan Richards, SS – Stanford
Brandon Bridge, QB – South Alabama
Cameron Artis-Payne, RB – Auburn
Blake Bell, TE/FB – Oklahoma
Trey DePriest, ILB – Alabama
Joey Mbu, DT – Houston
Kenny Bell, WR – Nebraska
Lorenzo Doss, CB – Tulane
Robert Myers, OG/OT – Tennessee State
Brian Mihalik, DE/DT – Boston College
Laurence Gibson, OT – Virginia Tech
Kaleb Eulls, DT – Mississippi State
Jamison Crowder, WR/KR – Duke
Adrian Amos, FS – Penn State
Ben Koyack, TE – Notre Dame
Jeff Luc, ILB – Cincinnati
Shane Carden, QB – East Carolina
Martrell Spaight, ILB/OLB – Arkansas
Josh Robinson, RB – Mississippi State
Xavier Williams, DE/NT – Northern Iowa
Ladarius Gunter, CB – Miami (FL)
Tevin McDonald, FS – Eastern Washington
Andrew Donnal, OT – Iowa
Jesse James, TE – Notre Dame
Travis Raciti, DE/DT – San Jose State
Josh Harper, WR – Fresno State
Quandre Diggs, CB – Texas
Shaquille Mason, C/OG – Georgia Tech
Xzavier Dickson, OLB – Alabama
Justin Cox, FS – Mississippi State
Ray Drew, DE/DT – Georgia
Kevin White, CB – TCU
Deontay Greenberry, WR – Houston
Shaquille Riddick, DE/OLB – West Virginia
Bryce Hager, ILB – Baylor
Jarvis Harrison, OG – Texas A&M
Anthony Johnson, SS – UCLA
Geneo Grissom, DE/OLB – Oklahoma
Jalston Fowler, FB – Alabama
Cody Riggs, CB – Notre Dame
Adam Shead, OG – Oklahoma
Darren Waller, WR – Georgia Tech
Matt Jones, RB – Florida
A.J. Tarpley, ILB/OLB – Stanford
Nick Marshall, CB/ATH – Auburn

Top Prospects for the 2015 NFL Draft (Early Look)

Well the 2014 Draft is over….

…so what else is there to do other than start looking at next years draft.

Here is an early look at who I think the top prospects for the 2015 are, or most likely could be.

We also know that this list will change, most definitely, in a big way following the the NCAA season.

UPDATE: September 2, 2014

1. Brett Hundley, QB – UCLA; **Junior: 6’3″ 225
2. Vic Beasley, OLB/DE – Clemson; **Senior: 6’2″ 235
3. Cedric Ogbuehi, OT – Texas A&M; **Senior: 6’5″ 300
4. Jameis Winston, QB – Florida State; **Sophomore: 6’3″ 228
5. Leonard Williams, DT/DE – USC; *Junior: 6’4″ 290
6. Andrus Peat, OT – Stanford; *Junior: 6’6′ 312
7. Marcus Mariota, QB – Oregon; **Junior: 6’4″ 212
8. Dante Fowler Jr., DE/OLB – Florida; *Junior: 6’3″ 265
9. Amari Cooper, WR – Alabama; *Junior: 6’1″ 205
10. Cameron Erving, OT – Florida State; **Senior: 6’5″ 310
11. Landon Collins, SS – Alabama; *Junior: 6’0″ 215
12. Randy Gregory, DE/OLB – Nebraska; *Senior: 6’5″ 255
13. Shilique Calhoun, DE – Michigan State; **Junior: 6’4″ 250
14. Connor Cook, QB – Michigan State; **Junior: 6’3″ 218
15. Brandon Scherff, OT – Iowa; **Senior: 6’5″ 315
16. Mario Edwards Jr., DE/DT – Florida State. *Junior: 6’3″ 275
17. Nelson Agholor, WR – USC; *Junior: 6’0″ 185
18. Bryce Petty, QB – Baylor; **Senior: 6’2″ 230
20. PJ Williams, CB – Florida State; *Junior: 6’0″ 190
21. Corey Robinson, OT – South Carolina; **Senior: 6’7″ 338
22. Todd Gurley, RB – Georgia; *Junior: 6’1″ 232
23. Ifo Ekpre-Olomu, CB/FS – Oregon; *Senior: 5’10″ 190
24. Ramik Wilson, ILB/OLB – Georgia; Senior: 6’2″ 232
25. Kyler Fackrell, OLB/DE – Utah State; **Junior: 6’4″ 245
26. Trae Waynes, CB – Michigan State; **Junior: 6’1″ 185
27. Noah Spence, DE/OLB – Ohio State; *Junior” 6’3″ 252
28. Tre Jackson, OG – Florida State; *Senior: 6’4″ 328
29. Rashad Greene, WR – Florida State; *Senior: 6’0″ 178
30. Hroniss Grasu, C – Oregon; **Senior: 6’3″ 295
31. Michael Bennett, DT/DE – Ohio State; *Senior: 6’3″ 285
32. Devonte Fields, DE/OLB – TCU (XX); **Sophomore: 6’4″ 240 (SSSS)

33. Ronald Darby, CB – Florida State; *Junior: 5’11” 190
34. Deon Bush, SS – Miami (FL); *Junior 6’1″ 202
35. Shawn Oakman, DE – Baylor; **Junior: 6’8″ 285
36. Melvin Gordon III, RB – Wisconsin; **Junior: 6’1″ 208
37. Jaelen Strong, WR – Arizona State; **Junior: 6’4″ 205
38. Tony Washington, DE/OLB – Oregon; **Senior: 6’3″ 245
39. Shaq Thompson, OLB – Washington; *Junior: 6’2″ 225
40. La’el Collins, OG/OT – LSU; *Senior: 6’5″ 320
41. Trey Flowers, DE/OLB – Arkansas; *Senior: 6’3″ 262
42. Jalen Mills, CB – LSU; *Junior: 6’0″ 190
44. Markus Golden, DE/OLB – Missouri; **Senior: 6’3″ 260
44. Devin Funchess, TE – Michigan; *Junior: 6’5″ 235
45. Marcus Peters, CB – Washington; **Junior: 5’11” 192
46. Benardrick McKinney, ILB/OLB/DE – Mississippi State; **Junior: 6’5″ 235
47. Le’Raven Clark, OT – Texas Tech; **Junior: 6’5″ 320
48. Deshazor Everett, CB – Texas A&M; Senior: 6’0″ 185
49. Jordan Jenkins, OLB/DE – Georgia; *Junior: 6’2″ 245
50. Malcom Brown, DT – Texas; *Junior: 6’3″ 305
51. Germain Ifedi, OG/OT – Texas A&M; **Sophomore: 6’5″ 312
52. Mike Davis, RB – South Carolina; *Junior: 5’9″ 215
53. DeVante Parker, WR – Louisville; *Senior: 6’2″ 205
54. Alvin ‘Bud’ Dupree, DE/OLB – Kentucky; **Senior: 6’3″ 252
55. Sean Hickey, OT – Syracuse; **Senior: 6’5″ 292
56. Kevin Hogan, QB – Stanford; **Junior: 6’4″ 228
57. Danny Shelton, DT/NT – Washington; *Senior: 6’1″ 325
58. Cedric Reed, DE – Texas; Senior: 6’5″ 258
59. Eric Lefeld, OT – Cincinnati; **Senior: 6’5″ 305
60. Denzel Perryman, ILB/OLB – Miami (FL); Senior: 6’0″ 240
61. Sean Mannion, QB – Oregon State; **Senior: 6’4″ 215
62. Lorenzo Mauldin, DE/OLB/TE – Lousiville; Senior: 6’3″ 242
63. Kaleb Johnson, OG/OT – Rutgers; *Senior: 6’4″ 300
64. Kasen Williams, WR – Washington; *Senior: 6’2″ 212

65. Nick O’Leary, TE – Florida State; *Senior: 6’3″ 240
66. Eric Stiker, OLB/DE – Oklahoma; *Junior: 6’0″ 220
67. Jalen Collins, CB – LSU; **Junior: 6’1″ 195
68. Arik Armstead, DT/DE – Oregon; *Junior: 6’7″ 292
69. Daryl Williams, OT – Oklahoma; **Senior: 6’5″ 300
70. Ty Montgomery, WR/KR – Stanford; *Senior: 6’2″ 215
71. TJ Yeldon, RB – Alabama; *Junior: 6’1″ 218
72. Shane Ray, DE/OLB – Missouri; *Junior: 6’3″ 245
73. Laken Tomlinson, OG – Duke; **Senior: 6’3″ 320
74. Dorial Green-Beckham, WR – Missouri (XX); *Junior: 6’5″ 225
75. Josh Shaw, CB – USC; **Senior: 6’1″ 195 (SSSS)
76. Jermauria Rasco, DE/OLB – LSU; *Senior: 6’2″ 260
77. Jordan Richards, SS – Stanford; Senior: 5’11” 208
78. Kyle Carter, TE – Penn State; **Junior: 6’3″ 242
79. Karlos Williams, RB/FS/SS – Florida State; *Senior: 6’1″ 230
80. Carl Davis, DT – Iowa; **Senior: 6’4″ 315
81. Derrick Malone, OLB/DE – Oregon; **Senior: 6’2″ 220
82. Antwan Goodley, WR – Baylor; **Senior: 5’10″ 225
83. Charles Tapper, DE – Oklahoma; *Junior: 6’4″ 260
84. Christian Covington, DT – Rice; **Junior: 6’2″ 295
85. Taylor Kelly, QB – Arizona State; **Senior: 6’1″ 205
86. Jake Fisher, OT – Oregon; *Senior: 6’5″ 295
87. Josue Matias, OG – Florida State; *Senior: 6’5″ 325
88. Kurtis Drummond, FS – Michigan State; **Senior: 6’1″ 200
89. Denzel Nkemdiche, OLB/DE – Mississippi; *Junior: 5’11” 210
90. Ben Koyack, TE – Notre Dame; *Senior: 6’5″ 252
91. Derron Smith, FS – Fresno State; **Senior: 5’11” 200
92. Anthony Chickillo, DE – Miami (FL); *Senior: 6’3″ 268
93. AJ Cann, OG – South Carolina; **Senior: 6’3″ 312
94. Christion Jones, WR – Alabama; *Senior: 5’11″ 185
95. Ameer Abdullah, RB – Nebraska; *Senior: 5’9″ 185
96. Damian Swann, CB – Georgia; Senior: 5’11” 180
97. Henry Anderson, DE/DT – Stanford; **Senior: 6’6″ 278
98. Jabari Hunt-Days, ILB/OLB – Georgia Tech; **Junior: 6’2″ 245
99. Tyeler Davison, DT – Fresno State; **Senior: 6’2″ 312
100. Andrew Manley, QB – Eastern Illinois; **Senior: 6’3″ 225

The Next, or The Rest to make note of:

Brandon Allen, QB – Arkansas; **Junior: 6’3″ 210
Cody Fajardo, QB – Nevada; **Senior: 6’2″ 205
Jacob Coker, QB – Alabama; **Junior: 6’5″ 230
Cody Kessler, QB – USC; **Junior: 6’1″ 215
Wes Lunt, QB – Illinois; **Junior: 6’4″ 215

Jeremy Langford, RB – Michigan State; **Senior: 5’11″ 205
Michael Dyer, RB – Louisville; **Senior: 5’9″ 212
Jay Ajayi, RB – Boise State; **Junior: 5’11″ 220
Malcolm Brown, RB – Texas; *Senior: 5’11″ 222

Derek Watt, FB – Wisconsin; **Junior: 6’2″ 232
Jalston Fowler, FB – Alabama; **Senior: 6’1″ 250
Zach Zwinak, FB/RB – Penn State; **Senior: 6’1″ 232
Hunter Joyer, FB – Florida; *Senior: 5’10″ 248

Tyler Lockett, WR – Kansas State; *Senior: 5’11″ 178
Malcolm Mitchell, WR – Georgia; *Senior: 6’1″ 192
DaVaris Daniels, WR – Notre Dame; **Junior: 6’2″ 202

Randall Telfer, TE – USC; **Senior: 6’4″ 255
Rory Anderson, TE – South Carolina; *Senior: 6’5″ 242
Jay Rome, TE – Georgia; **Junior: 6’5″ 255
Jeff Heuerman, TE – Ohio State; *Senior: 6’4″ 250

Austin Shepherd, OT – Alabama; **Senior: 6’5″ 315
Brandon Shell, OT – South Carolina; **Junior: 6’5″ 322
Tyrus Thompson, OT – Oklahoma; **Senior: 6’5″ 315
Spencer Drango, OT – Baylor; **Junior: 6’5″ 315
Rob Havenstein, OT – Wisconsin; **Senior: 6’7″ 325

Arie Kouandjio, OG – Alabama; **Senior: 6’5″ 315
Isaac Seumalo, OG – Oregon State; *Junior: 6’3″ 305
Miles Dieffenbach, OG – Penn State; **Senior: 6’3″ 300
Conor Hanratty, OG – Notre Dane; **Junior: 6’4″ 310
Landon Turner, OG – UNC; **Junior: 6’4″ 320
Jordan Rigsbee, OG – California; **Junior: 6’4″ 310
Malcolm Bunche, OG/OT – UCLA; **Senior: 6’6″ 320
Aundrey Walker, OG/OT – USC; *Senior: 6’5″ 318
Sedrick Flowers, OG – Texas; **Junior: 6’3″ 312
Shaquille Mason, OG – Georgia Tech; *Senior: 6’1″ 305
Junior Salt, OG – Utah; **Senior: 6’2″ 325

Reese Dismukes, C – Auburn; *Senior: 6’2″ 298
Mike Matthews, C – Texas A&M; *Junior: 6’2″ 285
Jake Brendel, C – UCLA; **Junior: 6’3″ 285
Ryan Kelly, C – Alabama; **Junior: 6’4″ 290
BJ Finney, C – Kansas State; **Senior: 6’3″ 305
Austin Blythe, C – Iowa; **Junior: 6’3″ 300
Dallas Lewallen, C/OG/OT – Wisconsin; **Senior: 6’5″ 320
David Andrews, C – Georgia; *Senior: 6’2″ 295
Brandon Vitabile, C – Northwestern; **Senior: 6’3″ 300

Corey Crawford, DE – Clemson; **Senior: 6’4″ 270
Deion Barnes, DE – Penn State; **Junior: 6’4″ 245
Frank Clark, DE/OLB/ILB – Michigan; *Senior: 6’2″ 275
Lynden Trail, DE/OLB/TE – Norfolk State; **Senior: 6’6″ 260

Brandon Ivory, DT – Alabama; **Senior: 6’3″ 310
Ellis McCarthy, DT – UCLA; *Junior: 6’3″ 330
Antwaun Woods, DT – USC; **Junior: 6’0″ 310
Travis Raciti, DT/DE – San Jose State; **Senior: 6’5″ 290
Phillip Dukes, DT – South Carolina; **Junior: 6’3″ 315
Darius Kilgo, DT – Maryland; **Senior: 6’3″ 310
Grady Jarrett, DT – Clemson; *Senior: 6’1″ 295
Chucky Hunter, DT – TCU; *Senior: 6’1″ 300

Ishaq Williams, OLB/ILB/DE – Notre Dame; *Senior: 6’4″ 255
Xzavier Dickson, OLB/ILB – Alabama; *Senior: 6’2″ 265
Norkeithus Otis, OLB/ILB – UNC; *Senior: 6’1″ 240
Jake Ryan, OLB – Michigan; **Senior: 6’2″ 240
Tyler Matakevich, OLB – Temple; *Junior: 6’1″ 230
Dyshawn Davis, OLB/DE – Syracuse; Senior: 6’2″ 220
James Vaughters, OLB – Stanford; Senior: 6’2″ 252
Kentrell Brothers, OLB – Missouri; **Junior: 6’1″ 240
Jordan Hicks, OLB – Texas; **Senior: 6’2″ 235
Kevin Anderson, OLB – Stanford; **Junior: 6’3″ 245
Isaiah Bruce, OLB/DE – WVU; **Junior: 6’1″ 232
Steve Edmond, OLB/ILB – Texas; *Senior: 6’3″ 255

Kris Frost, ILB – Auburn; **Junior: 6’2″ 238
Eric Kendricks, ILB – UCLA; **Senior: 6’0″ 230

Karl Joseph, FS – WVU; *Junior: 5’10” 200

Anthony Harris, SS – Virginia; Senior: 6’1″ 190
Durrell Eskridge, SS -Syracuse; **Junior: 6’2″ 208
Sam Carter, SS – TCU; **Senior: 6’0″ 215

2014 NFL Mock Draft (3 Rounds w/ Trades)

This will be fun, trust me.

Its my one and only…so I tried to be as lifelike as possible.

I’ve spent a lot of time over the years doing numerous mocks drafts, so while its saddens me this is my only true mock (despite a few way early on in the process), I feel just as prepared as ever.

I have been a lot of busier, and thus maybe haven’t put in the countless hours the many other draftniks dedicate to this time of year, but I have done my homework with the time available – as usual.

In fact, taking a step back has possibly opened my eyes to the things I would have typically become set on by now…

Here is my FINAL, and…well, my only Mock – and its not even a full 7 rounder like usual.

This is a tough business, a lot of inside information needs to be known to be accurate – and I’ve learned the hard way that unless your involved in the ‘behind the scenes’ process you’ll never be as correct as you desire to be. I’d love to be in that position but there hasn’t been an NFL team come looking for my services…..YET!

Brief Analysis:
*I have 16 Trades included, with the details listed. – two of which include current NFL players. RB LaMichael James going from the 49ers to the Ravens as part of a pick swap in the 2nd Round and QB Mike Glennon getting traded from Tampa to Denver for a 3rd Round selection.

*I have Cleveland dealing a 3rd, and 4th round this year and two future 2nd’s to Houston – in an after the pick trade to land Jadeveon Clowney. Why? They need a QB, but they secure themselves with Clowney incase a deal can’t get done and they set themselves up nicely to build around Bortles in the feature with added picks in coming years. Cleveland’s new coach is a defensive mined guy, it’s not being talked about – but they’d love Clowney.
ALSO…By keeping picks No.26 and No.35 – I was able to construct another move for them to trade back up in Round 1 to get Johnny Manziel. That’d be something interesting given all their picks. Manziel is my favorite player in the draft, but I think some of the Top 5 buzz is a smokescreen to get someone to jump on him too early.

*In another significant move – I have Detriot jumping back into Round 1 for a Safety. They can’t hardly take one of the top guys at 10 on value alone, but if they slide down the board a bit – it could be worth it to move back in given their need and the drop off at the positions from those top guys to the next tier.

*I love Aaron Murphy, I currently have him in the 3rd Round due to injury and height, but he could be the ‘Russell Wilson’ type of this draft. Him going higher than expected wouldn’t shock me – as early as top of 2nd round.

The trades are based on a standard value chart to each picks value – I made the trades up myself, there are no reports of any such deal.

If you have any questions regarding a pick, I love discussing my reasoning. @NFLDRaft_JAM24 or my personal @Josh_Mitch

Enjoy.

1st Round:

1. PT1 Houston (2-14) – Jadeveon Clowney, DE/OLB – South Carolina; *Junior: 6’6″ 268 *(RIGHTS TRADED TO CLEVELAND)
TEX get No.4 (Blake Bortles), No.71, No.106, 2015 2nd Round, 2016 2nd Round. CLEV gets No.1 (Jadeveon Clowney)
**After the pick trade, Texans adds picks and gets their QB. Bortles is more in the scope of traditional QB that O’Brien would prefer, but if they can’t manage a trade they’d be happy keeping Clowney and adding a QB in Round 2. Adding future picks is beneficial in building around Bortles in years to come, giving them flexibility with multiple high-picks in 2015,2016. Cleveland has the picks to get something of this sort done – Cleveland is the wild card, especially if they don’t see value in a Top 5 QB prospect. 4 total picks, two of which being upcoming 2nd rounders, could be a small prize to pay for Clowney.

2. St.Louis (Washington (3-13) – Khalil Mack, OLB/DE – Buffalo; **Senior: 6’3″ 245
**They’re building one of the leagues best defenses. Sure, Robinson and Watkins make a lot of sense but Mack is too tempting to pass on if they can’t make a deal. They need OT help, but I think the Robinson talk is more leverage than anything – with Atlanta, or possibly Buffalo, to move down from this spot. They’ll look to add OL help at some point early, I just don’t believe it’s here. You can’t afford another Top 10 WR even though Watkins probably makes the most sense, and they have too many ‘other’ needs to take Manziel.

3. PT2 Tampa Bay (FROM Jacksonville (4-12)) – Sammy Watkins, WR – Clemson; *Junior: 6’1″ 200
JAGS get No.7, No.38, and 2015 4th Round. TB gets No.3
**Jacksonville could use Watkins, or even a QB – but they could also use added picks even more. They’d probably prefer either Clowney or Mack with Watkins the next most likely choice – but they can afford to move down and still add a QB or another player that’ll help them just as much.

4. PT1 Cleveland (4-12) – Blake Bortles, QB – UCF; **Junior: 6’3″ 228 *(RIGHTS TRADED TO TEXANS)
CLEV gets No.1 (Jadeveon Clowney). TEX get No.4 (Blake Bortles), No.71, No.106, 2015 2nd Round 2015 2nd Round
**See description of Pick 1. No one is talking about Clowney and Cleveland, but they have the pick ammo to get a deal down. Manziel is probably the options for all reports if they make the pick here for themselves, but I think the Browns could get creative in this draft. Hence, the splash I having them making. By the way, their coach, a defensive minded guy, would love Clowney and he fits their system.

5. PT3 Buffalo (FROM Oakland (4-12) – Greg Robinson, OT – Auburn; **Sophomore: 6’5″ 315
OAK gets No.9, No.73, 2015 6th Round. BUF gets No.5
**Oakland almost has to trade down if Watkins or Mack are gone. They added Donald Penn and Austin Howard so a premiere OT prospect is unlikely, but not impossible. I also don’t see them taking Mike Evans, or even Odell Beckham here – so trading down with a team targeting a certain player could be likely, and helpful, in this spot. A QB may also be an option. Buffalo has been rumored to be targeting Robinson, a potential franchise LT…and they need to jump Atlanta is they want.

6. Atlanta (4-12) – Jake Matthews, OT – Texas A&M; Senior; 6’5″ 305
**They’ll be tempted to trade up, but why? If they want an OT prospect its very likely either Robinson or Matthews (if not both) will be available a this pick. Also, Taylor Lewan makes it three potential options depending on which player they rate higher. Matthews is no consolation prize, he could be the best – player – of the class when it’s all said and done. If they make a move up, they’ll run themselves short on picks in the draft to help fill other needs as well.

7. PT2 Jacksonville (FROM Tampa Bay (4-12) – Darqueze Dennard, CB – Michigan State; Senior: 5’11″ 190
TB gets No.3 JAGS get No.7, No.38, and 2015 4th Round.
**Jacksonville can slide down, and in that scenario still have the option at Manziel or adding a receiver like Mike Evans – so you can see why it might be beneficial to move down. I think Gus Bradley, having come from Seattle is looking for that smashmouth corner and in a somewhat surprising move pulls the trigger on Dennard here. Jacksonville needs a QB, so Manziel is highly likely in this scenario, but I have them using the pick they obtained by moving down to move back into Round 1 to grab Bridgewater (See Below, pick #24). Dennard fits the style and what they’re building in Jacksonville.

8. PT4 St.Louis (FROM Minnesota (5-10-1) – Taylor Lewan, OT – Michigan; **Senior: 6’8″ 310
MINN gets No. 13, No.75, No.188. STL gets No.8
**Most people will believe a trade up in this scenario would be for either Manziel or the big-wideout Evans – but after securing the defensive with Mack at No.2 it’ll be smart to add Lewan to play RT alongside fellow Michigan alumni Jake Long. They need to sure up the offensive to make sure they can protect whomever the quarterback is, and establish a run game. If they stay put at No.13 a safety or another OL like Martin or Moses would be most likely.

9. PT3 Oakland (FROM Buffalo (6-10)) – Mike Evans, WR – Texas A&M; **Sophomore: 6’5″ 218
BUF gets No.5 OAK gets No.9, No.73, 2015 6th Round.

10. Detroit (7-9) – Odell Beckham Jr., WR – LSU; *Junior: 5’11″ 188

11. Tennessee (7-9) – Aaron Donald, DT/DE – Pittsburgh; Senior: 6’0″ 285

12. PT5 Cleveland (FROM NY Giants (7-9) – Johnny Manziel, QB – Texas A&M; **Sophomore: 6’1″ 200
NYG get No.26, No.35. CLEV gets No.12, No.152

13. PT4 Minnesota (FROM St.Louis (7-9) – CJ Mosley, MLB/OLB – Alabama; Senior: 6’2″ 235
STL gets No.8. MINN gets No. 13, No.75, No.188.

14. Chicago (8-8) – Hasean Clinton-Dix, FS/SS – Alabama; *Junior: 6’1″ 210

15. Pittsburgh (8-8) – Eric Ebron, TE – UNC; *Junior: 6’4″ 245

16. Dallas (8-8) – Anthony Barr, OLB/DE – UCLA; Senior: 6’4″ 248

17. Baltimore (8-8) – Morgan Moses, OT – Virginia; Senior: 6’6″ 335

18. NY Jets (8-8) – Zack Martin, OG/OT – Notre Dame; **Senior: 6’4″ 305

19. PT6 Lions (FROM Miami (8-8) – Calvin Pryor, FS/SS – Louisville; *Junior: 6’2″ 208
MIA gets No.45, No.76, 2015 3rd Round. DET gets No.19

20. Arizona (10-6) – Derek Carr, QB – Fresno State; **Senior: 6’3″ 205

21. PT7 San Francisco (FROM Green Bay (8-7-1) – Justin Gilbert, CB/FS/KR – Oklahoma State; Senior: 6’0″ 195
GB gets No.30, No.77. SF gets No.21

22. Philadelphia (10-6) – Brandin Cooks, WR – Oregon State; *Junior: 5’10″ 188

23. PT8 Saints (FROM Kansas City (11-5) – Kyle Fuller, CB/FS/SS – Virginia Tech; Senior: 6’0″ 180
KC gets No.27, No.126, 2015 5th Round. NO gets No.23

24. PT9 Jacksonville (FROM Cinncinnati (11-5) – Teddy Bridgewater, QB – Louisville; *Junior: 6’3″ 220
CINN gets No.38(PT2) No.70, No.179. JAGS gets No.24, No.239

25. San Diego (9-7) – Jason Verrett, CB/KR – TCU; Senior: 5’10″ 182

26. PT5 Giants (FROM Cleveland (Indianapolis 11-5) – Austin Seferian-Jenkins, TE – Washington; *Junior: 6’6″ 268
CLEV gets No.12, No.152. NYG get No.26, No.35

27. PT8 Kansas City (FROM New Orleans (11-5) – Marqise Lee, WR – USC; *Junior: 6’0″ 195
NO gets No.23. KC gets No.27, No.126, 2015 5th Round

28. Carolina (12-4) – Cody Latimer, WR – Indiana; *Junior: 6’2″ 215

29. New England (12-4) – Stephon Tuitt, DE/DT – Notre Dame; *Junior: 6’5″ 302

30. PT7 Green Bay (FROM San Francisco (12-4) – Marcus Martin, C – USC; *Junior: 6’3″ 310
SF gets No.21. GB gets No.30, No.77

31. Denver (13-3) – Ryan Shazier, OLB – Ohio State; *Junior: 6’2″ 230

32. PT10 Atlanta (FROM Seattle (13-3) – Kony Ealy, DE/OLB – Missouri; **Junior: 6’5″ 275
SEA gets No.37, No.103. ATL gets No.32, 2016 6th Round.

2nd Round:

33. Houston – Louis Nix, DT/NT – Notre Dame; **Junior: 6’3″ 335

34. PT11 Miami (FROM Washington) – Joel Bitonio, OT/OG – Nevada; **Senior: 6’4″ 315
WASH gets No.45, No.116, 2015 6th Round. MIA gets No.34

35. PT5 Giants (FROM Cleveland) – Carlos Hyde, RB – Ohio State; **Senior: 6’0″ 230
CLEV gets No.12, No.152. NYG get No.26, No.35

36. Oakland – Jimmy Garoppolo, QB – Eastern Illinois; Senior: 6’2″ 225

37. PT10 Seattle (FROM Atlanta) – Bradley Roby, CB – Ohio State; **Junior: 5’11″ 190
ATL gets No.32, 2016 6th Round. SEA gets No.37, No.103

38. PT9/PT2 Cincinnati (FROM Jacksonville (From Tampa Bay) – Kyle Van Noy, OLB/DE/ILB – BYU; **Senior: 6’3″ 235
JAGS gets No.24, No.239. CINN gets No.38(PT2) No.70, No.179

39. Jacksonville – Jordan Matthews, WR – Vanderbilt: Senior: 6’3″ 205

40. Minnesota – Tom Savage, QB – Pittsburgh; **Senior: 6’4″ 228

41. Buffalo – Jace Amaro, TE – Texas Tech; *Junior: 6’5″ 260

42. Tennessee – Dee Ford, OLB/DE – Auburn; **Senior: 6’2″ 240

43. NY Giants – Timmy Jernigan, DT – Florida State; *Junior: 6’2″ 298

44. St.Louis – Jimmie Ward, SS/FS/CB – Northern Illinois; Senior: 5’11″ 192

45. PT11/PT6 Washington (FROM Miami (FROM Detroit) – Cyrus Kouandjio, OT – Alabama; *Junior: 6’5″ 312
MIA gets No.34. WASH gets No.45, No.116, 2015 6th Round.

46. PT12 Chicago (FROM Pittsburgh) – Ra’Shede Hageman, DT/DE – Minnesota; **Senior: 6’6″ 310
PITT gets No.51, NO.117. CHI gets No.46

47. Dallas – Xavier Su’a-Filo, OG – UCLA; **Junior: 6’4″ 295

48. PT13 San Francisco (FROM Baltimore) – Kelvin Benjamin, WR – Florida State; **Sophomore: 6’5″ 235
PT13 BALT gets No.56, RB LaMichael James. SF gets No.48

49. NY Jets – Bruce Ellington, WR/KR – South Carolina; **Junior: 5’9″ 195

50. Miami – Chris Borland, MLB – Wisconsin; **Senior: 5’11″ 250

51. PT12 Pittsburgh (FROM Chicago) – Dominique Easley, DT/DE – Florida; Senior: 6’2″ 280
CHI gets No.46. PITT gets No.51, No.117

52. Arizona – Ja’Wuan James, OT – Tennessee; Senior: 6’6″ 320

53. Green Bay – Allen Robinson, WR – Penn State; *Junior: 6’3″ 205

54. Philadelphia – Deone Bucannon, SS/OLB – Washington State; Senior: 6’1″ 192

55. Cincinnati – Stanley Jean-Baptiste, CB/FS/ATH – Nebraska; Senior: 6’2″ 220

56. PT13 Baltimore (FROM San Francisco (Kansas City) – Lamarcus Joyner, FS/CB/SS – Florida State; Senior: 5’8″ 195
SF gets No.48. PT13 BALT gets NO.56, RB LaMichael James

57. PT15 Tampa Bay (FROM San Diego) – AJ McCarron, QB – Alabama; **Senior: 6’4″ 205
SD gets No.69, No.95(PT14). TB gets No.57, Conditional 2015 6th Round.

58. New Orleans – Weston Richburg, C – Colorado State; **Senior: 6’4″ 300

59. Indianapolis – David Yankey, OG/OT – Stanford; **Junior: 6’5″ 302

60. Carolina – Pierre Desir, CB/FS/KR – Lindenwood; **Senior: 6’1″ 205

61. San Francisco – Jeremiah Attaochu, OLB/DE – Georgia Tech; Senior: 6’2″ 240

62. PT16 Atlanta (FROM New England) – Troy Niklas, TE – Notre Dame; **Junior: 6’6″ 260
NE gets No.68, No.147. ATL gets No.62

63. Denver – Trai Turner, OG/OT – LSU; **Sophomore: 6’3″ 315

64. Seattle – Antonio ‘Tiny’ Richardson, OT – Tennessee; *Junior: 6’6″ 332

3rd Round:

65. Houston – Demarcus Lawrence, DE/OLB – Boise State; **Junior: 6’3″ 245

66. Washington – Carl Bradford, OLB/MLB – Arizona State; **Junior: 6’1″ 242

67. Oakland – Gabe Jackson, OG – Mississippi State; **Senior: 6’4″ 320

68. PT16 New England (FROM Atlanta) – Paul Richardson, WR – Colorado; **Junior: 6’1″ 178
ATL gets No.62. NE gets No.68, No.147

69. PT15 San Diego (FROM Tampa Bay) – Bryan Stork, C/OG/OT/TE – Florida State; **Senior: 6’4″ 308
TB gets No.57, Conditional 2015 6th Round. SD gets No.69, No.95(PT14)

70. PT9 Cincinnati (FROM Jacksonville) – Jack Mewhort, OT – Ohio State; **Senior: 6’6″ 310
JAGS gets No.24, No.239. CINN gets No.38(PT2) No.70, No.179.

71. PT1 Houston (FROM Cleveland) – Billy Turner, OT – North Dakota State; Senior: 6’5″ 310
CLEV gets No.1 (Jadeveon Clowney). TEX get No.4 (Blake Bortles), No.71, No.106, 2015 2nd Round, 2016 2nd Round.

72. Minnesota – Bishop Sankey, RB – Washington; *Junior: 5’10″ 210

73. PT3 Oakland (FROM Buffalo) – DaQuan Jones, DT – Penn State; Senior: 6’3″ 318
BUF gets No.5. OAK gets No.9, No.73, 2015 6th Round.

74. NY Giants – Donte Moncrief, WR – Mississippi; *Junior: 6’2″ 225

75. PT4 Minnesota (FROM St.Louis) – Scott Crichton, DE/OLB – Oregon State; **Junior: 6’3″ 262
STL gets No.8. MINN gets No. 13, No.75, No.188.

76. PT6 Miami (FROM Detroit) – Dakota Dozier, OG – Furman; **Senior: 6’3″ 302
DET gets No.19. MIA gets No.45, No.76, 2015 3rd Round.

77. PT7 Green Bay (FROM San Francisco (Tennessee) – Telvin Smith, OLB – Florida State; Senior: 6’2″ 220
SF gets No.21. GB gets No.30, No.77.

78. Dallas – Will Sutton, DT/DE – Arizona State; **Senior: 6’2″ 270

79. Baltimore – Trent Murphy, DE/OLB – Stanford; **Senior: 6’6″ 245

80. NY Jets – Keith McGill, CB/FS – Utah; **Senior: 6’2″ 205

81. Miami – Arthur Lynch, TE – Georgia; **Senior: 6’5″ 260

82. Chicago – Walt Aikens, CB – Liberty; Senior: 6’1″ 205

83. Cleveland (Pittsburgh) – Cyril Richardson, OG/OT – Baylor; **Senior: 6’5″ 335

84. Arizona – Davante Adams, WR – Fresno State; **Sophomore: 6’2″ 205

85. Green Bay – Terrence Brooks, FS/SS/CB – Florida State; Senior: 5’11″ 200

86. Philadelphia – Marcus Smith, DE/OLB – Louisville; Senior: 6’3″ 252

87. Kansas City – Russell Bodine, C/OG – UNC; **Junior: 6’3″ 305

88. Cincinnati – Travis Swanson, C – Arkansas; **Senior: 6’5″ 305

89. San Diego – Zach Mettenberger, QB – LSU; **Senior: 6’5″ 225

90. Indianapolis – Marcus Roberson, CB/KR – Florida; *Junior: 6’0″ 180

91. New Orleans – Aaron Murray, QB – Georgia; **Senior: 6’1″ 208

92. Carolina – Martavis Bryant, WR – Clemson; *Junior: 6’4″ 200

93. New England – Crockett Gillmore, TE – Colorado State; Senior: 6’6″ 250

94. San Francisco – Brandon Thomas, OG – Clemson; **Senior: 6’3″ 305

95. PT15/PT14 Tampa Bay (FROM Denver) – Anthony Steen, OG – Alabama; **Senior: 6’3″ 302
DEN gets QB Mike Glennon. TB gets No.95

96. Minnesota (Seattle) – Brock Vereen, SS/CB/FS – Minnesota; Senior: 5’11″ 202

97. Pittsburgh – Jarvis Landry, WR – LSU; *Junior: 6’0″ 195

98. Green Bay – Daniel McCullers, DT/NT – Tennessee; Senior: 6’6″ 350

99. Baltimore – Jeremy Hill, RB – LSU; **Sophomore: 6’1″ 235

100. San Francisco – Caraun Reid, DT – Princeton; **Senior: 6’2″ 305

BEST AVAILABLE:
Dri Archer, WR/RB – Kent State; Senior: 5’7″ 175
Aaron Colvin, CB/FS/SS – Oklahoma; Senior: 6’0″ 182
Wesley Johnson, OT/OG/C – Vanderbilt; **Senior: 6’5″ 290
Cameron Fleming, OT – Stanford; **Junior: 6’6″ 318
Tre Mason, RB – Auburn; *Junior: 5’9″ 192
Logan Thomas, QB – Virginia Tech; Senior: 6’6″ 248
CJ Fiedorowicz, TE – Iowa; Senior: 6’6″ 265
Kareem Martin, DE – UNC; Senior: 6’6″ 260
Phillip Gaines, CB – Rice; **Senior: 6’0″ 185
Brent Urban, DT/DE – Virginia; Senior: 6’7″ 295
Charles Leno, OG/OT – Boise State; Senior: 6’3″ 290
Shayne Skov, MLB – Stanford; **Senior: 6’3″ 250
Jackson Jeffcoat, DE/OLB – Texas; Senior 6’5″ 260
Jaylen Watkins, CB/FS – Florida; Senior: 6’0″ 188
Christian Jones, OLB/MLB/DE – Florida State; Senior: 6’4″ 240
Ego Ferguson, DT/DE – LSU; **Junior: 6’3″ 308
Dezmen Southward, SS/FS – Wisconsin; **Senior: 6’2″ 215
Kelcy Quarles, DT/DE – South Carolina; *Junior: 6’3″ 298
Charles Sims, RB – WVU; **Senior: 6’0″ 212
Bashaud Breeland, CB/FS – Clemson; **Junior: 6’0″ 195
Chris Smith, DE/OLB – Arkansas; Senior: 6’2″ 250
Ed Reynolds, FS/SS – Stanford; **Junior: 6’2″ 208
Trevor Reilly, DE/OLB – Utah; **Senior: 6’5″ 255
Gabe Ikard, C/OG – Oklahoma; **Senior: 6’4″ 295
Kevin Norwood, WR – Alabama; Senior: 6’2″ 195
Chris Watt, OG – Notre Dame; **Senior: 6’3″ 310
Louchiez Purifoy, CB/KR/WR – Florida; *Junior: 6’0″ 190
Marqueston Huff, FS/CB/ATH – Wyoming; Senior: 5’11″ 195
Dion Bailey, FS/SS/OLB – USC; **Junior: 6’0″ 205
John Brown, WR – Pittsburg State; Senior: 5’10″ 178
Josh Huff, WR – Oregon; Senior: 5’11″ 205

2014 NFL Free-Agent Tracker (Team by Team)

Who went where, all the signings of the offseason…

Here is a team by team breakdown of all the 2014 NFL Free-Agency moves.

UPDATED: 04-14-2014 (8:00PM)

Arizona Cardinals:
LT Jared Veldheer (Raiders – 5 Years)
TE John Carlson (Vikings – 2 Years)
TE Jake Ballard (Re-Signed – 1 year)
K Jay Feely (Re-Signed – 1 Year)
WR/KR Ted Ginn (Carolina – 3 Years)
DE Frostee Rucker (Re-Signed – 2 Years)
OLB Matt Shaughnessy (Re-Signed – 2 Years)
RB Jonathan Dwyer (Steelers – 1 Year)
OG/C Ted Larsen (Tampa Bay – 2 Years)
P Dave Zastudil (Re-Signed – 2 Years)
OLB Marcus Benard (Re-Signed – 1 Year)
CB Bryan McCann (Re-Signed)
C John Estes (Jaguars)
CB LeQuan Lewis (Patriots – 2 years)
S Eddie Whitley

Atlanta Falcons:
KR/WR Devin Hester (Bears – 3 Years)
DT Paul Soliai (Dolphins – 5 Years)
DE Tyson Jackson (Chiefs – 5 Years)
RG Jon Asamoah (Chiefs)
DT Jonathan Babineaux (Re-Signed – 3 Years)
CB Josh Wilson (Redskins)
FS Dwight Lowery (Jaguars)
C Joe Hawley (Re-Signed – 2 Years)
OG/OT Gabe Carimi (Tampa Bay)
CB/KR Javier Arenas (Arizona – 1 year)
OT Mike Johnson (Re-Signed – 1 Year)
DT Peria Jerry (Re-Signed)
DT Corey Peters (Re-Signed – 1 Year)
CB Robert McClain (Re-Signed – 1 year)

Baltimore Ravens:
OLB/DE Terrell Suggs (Re-Signed – 5 Years)
WR Steve Smith (Carolina – 3 Years)
LT Eugene Monroe (Re-Signed – 5 Years)
TE Dennis Pitta (Re-Signed – 5 Years)
C/OG Jeremy Zuttah (Trade/Tampa Bay)
ILB Daryl Smith (Re-Signed – 4 Years)
WR/KR Jacoby Jones (Re-Signed – 4 Years)
TE Owen Daniels (Texans – 1 Year)
RB Justin Forsett (Jaguars – 1 Year)
DT/NT Terrence Cody (Re-Signed)
LB Albert McClellan (Re-Signed – 2 Years)
RB Cierre Wood (Texans)
S Jeromy Miles (Re-Signed – 1 Year)
S Darian Stewart (Rams)

Buffalo Bills:
ILB Brandon Spikes (Patriots – 1 Year)
OG Chris Williams (Rams – 4 Years)
LB Keith Rivers (Giants – 2 Years)
TE Scott Chandler (Re-Signed – 2 Years)
K Dan Carpenter (Re-Signed – 4 Years)
SS/CB Aaron Williams (Re-Signed/Ext. – 4 Years)
CB/ST Corey Graham (Ravens – 4 Years)
RB/FB Anthony Dixon (49ers)
DE Jarius Wynn (Dallas)
TE Mike Caussin (Re-Signed)
FB Frank Summers (Re-Signed)
WR Chris Hogan (Re-Signed)

Carolina Panthers:
RDE Greg Hardy (FRANCHISED – 1 Year)
K Graham Gano (Re-Signed – 4 Years)
WR Jason Avant (Eagles – 1 Year)
S Roman Harper (Saints – 2 Years)
S0LB Thomas Davis (Re-Signed/Option)
WR Tiquan Underwood (Tampa Bay – 2 years)
CB Antoine Cason (Arizona – 1 Year)
S Thomas DeCoud (Falcons – 2 Years)
TE Ed Dickson (Ravens – 1 Year)
OG/OT Garry Williams (Re-Signed – 1 Year)
QB Derek Anderson (Re-Signed)
LB Jason Williams (Re-Signed)
DT Colin Cole (Re-Signed – 1 year)
TE Mike McNeill (Rams)
CB James Dockery (Re-Signed)

Chicago Bears:
QB Jay Cutler (Re-Signed – 7 Years)
DE Jared Allen (Vikings – 4 Years)
DE Lamarr Houston (Raiders – 5 Years)
CB Charles Tillman (Re-Signed – 1 Year)
DT Jay Ratliff (Re-Signed – 2 Years)
S MD Jennings (Packers – 1 Year)
C Brian De La Puente (Saints – 1 Year)
C Roberto Garza (Re-Signed – 1 Year)
CB Tim Jennings (Re-Signed – 4 Years)
LG Matt Slauson (Re-Signed – 4 Years)
LB DJ Williams (Re-Signed)
OG/OT Eben Britton (Re-Signed)
S Ryan Mundy (Giants – 2 Years)
DE Willie Young (Lions – 3 Years)
OLB/ST Jordan Senn (Carolina – 1 Year)
WR/KR Domenik Hixon (Carolina – 1 Year)
QB Jordan Palmer (Re-Signed – 1 Year)
SS/ST Danny McCray (Dallas – 1 Year)
CB Kelvin Hayden (Re-Signed – 1 Year)
DT Nate Collins (Re-Signed – 1 Year)
S Derrick Martin (Re-Signed – 1 Year)
DL Israel Idonije (Lions – 1 Year)
S Craig Steltz (Re-Signed – 1 year)
TE Dante Rosario (Re-Signed)
TE Matthew Mulligan (Patriots – 1 year)
CB Sherrick McManis – (Re-Signed – 1 year)
WR Josh Bellamy (Redskins)
DE Austen Lane (Lions)
DE Trevor Scott (Tampa Bay)
LS Chad Rempel (CFL)

Cincinnati Bengals:
NT Domata Peko (Re-Signed/Ext. – 2 Years)
OG Mike Pollak (Re-Signed – 3 Years)
S Taylor Mays (Re-Signed)
OT/OG Marshall Newhouse (Packers)
WR Dane Sanzenbacher (Re-Signed – 1 Year)
LB Vincent Rey (Re-Signed/Ext. – 2 Years)
WR/KR Brandon Tate (Re-Signed)
DE Sam Montgomery (Texans)
CB RJ Stanford (Dolphins)
QB Greg McElroy (Jets)

Cleveland Browns:
C Alex Mack (TRANSITION/Re-Signed – 5 Years)
RB Ben Tate (Texans – 2 Years)
ILB Karlos Dansby (Cardinals – 4 Years)
SS Donte Whitner (49ers – 4 Years)
WR Nate Burleson (Lions – 1 Year)
WR Andrew Hawkins (Bengals – 4 years)
K Billy Cundiff (Re-Signed – 1 Year)
OG/OT Paul McQuistan (Seattle)
FB Chris Pressley (Bengals)
CB Isaiah Trufant (Jets – 2 Years)
TE Jim Dray (Cardinals)

Dallas Cowboys:
DT Henry Melton (Bears – 4 years)
QB Brandon Weeden (Browns – 2 Years)
K Dan Bailey (Re-Signed – 7 Years)
DT Terrell McClain (Texans – 3 Years)
DE Jeremy Mincey (Denver – 2 Years)
P Chris Jones (Re-Signed – 1 Year)

Denver Broncos:
DE/OLB DeMarcus Ware (Dallas – 3 years)
CB Aqib Talib (Patriots – 6 Years)
SS TJ Ward (Browns – 4 Years)
C/OG Will Montgomery (Redskins – 1 Year)
WR Andre Caldwell (Re-Signed – 2 Years)
OT Winston Justice (Re-Signed – 1 year)

Detroit Lions:
WR Golden Tate (Seattle – 5 Years)
TE Brandon Pettigrew (Re-Signed – 4 Years)
RB Joique Bell (Re-Signed – 3 Years)
C Dominic Raiola (Re-Signed – 1 Year)
WR Kevin Ogletree (Re-Signed – 1 Year)
QB Dan Orlovsky (Tampa Bay – 1 year)
CB Rashean Mathis (Re-Signed – 1 Year)
DT Vaughn Martin (Chargers)
DE/OLB Darryl Tapp (Redskins)
SS James Ihedigbo (Ravens – 2 Years)
FB Jed Collins (Saints – 1 Year)
DT Corvey Irvin (Dallas)
LS Don Muhlbach (Re-Signed – 1 Year)
CB Cassius Vaughn (Colts)
DE/LB Kourtnei Brown (Bills)
DT Andre Fluellen (Re-Signed)
CB Chris Greenwood (Re-Signed)
OT JB Shugarts

Green Bay Packers:
OLB/DE Julius Peppers (Bears – 3 Years)
CB Sam Shields (Re-Signed – 4 Years)
DT/NT B.J. Raji (Re-Signed – 1 Year)
RB James Starks (Re-Signed – 2 Years)
FB John Kuhn (Re-Signed – 1 Year)
DT Letroy Guion (Vikings)
DE/OLB Mike Neal (Re-Signed – 2 Years)
TE Andrew Quarless (Re-Signed)

Houston Texans:
FS Chris Clemons (Dolphins – 2 years)
RB Andre Brown (Giants – 1 Year)
QB Ryan Fitzpatrick (Titans – 2 Years)
TE Garrett Graham (Re-Signed – 3 Years)
FS Kendrick Lewis (Chiefs)
OLB Ricky Sapp (Re-Signed – 1 Year)
DT/NT Jerrell Powe. (Chiefs)
CB Elbert Mack (Re-Signed)
LB Paul Hazel (Browns)

Indianapolis Colts:
CB Vontae Davis (Re-Signed – 4 Years)
WR Hakeem Nicks (Giants – 1 Year)
ILB D’Qwell Jackson (Browns – 4 Years)
DE Arthur Jones (Ravens – 5 Years)
P Pat McAfee (Re-Signed – 5 Years)
RB Ahmad Bradshaw (Re-Signed – 1 Year)
K Adam Vinatieri (Re-Signed – 2 Years)
C/OG Phil Costa (Dallas)
DE Fili Moala (Re-Signed)
OG Lance Louis (Dolphins)
S Sergio Brown (Re-Signed)
OLB Justin Hickman (Re-Signed)

Jacksonville Jaguars:
LG Zane Beadles (Denver – 5 years)
LDE Red Bryant (Seattle – 4 Years)
DE Chris Clemons (Seattle – 4 Years)
QB Chad Henne (Re-Signed – 2 Years)
DE Jason Babin (Re-Signed)
DT Ziggy Hood (Steelers – 4 Years)
RB Toby Gerhart (Vikings – 3 years)
OT Cameron Bradfield (Re-Signed – 2 Years)
OLB Dekoda Watson (Tampa Bay)
WR/PR Tandon Doss (Ravens)
CB Will Blackmon (Re-Signed – 2 Years)
TE Clay Harbor (Re-Signed – 2 Years)
FB Bradie Ewing (Falcons)
RT Austin Pasztor (Re-Signed – 1 Year)
OT Sam Young (Re-Signed)
S Joe Lefeged (Colts)

Kansas City Chiefs:
DT/DE Vance Walker (Raiders – 3 Years)
ILB Joe Mays (Texans – 2 Years)
OG/OT Jeff Linkenbach (Colts)
OLB Frank Zombo (Re-Signed)
TE Richard Gordon (Re-Signed – 1 Year)
SS Husain Abdullah (Re-Signed – 2 Years)
RB/KR Joe McKnight (Jets)
WR Weston Dressler (CFL)

Miami Dolphins:
LT Branden Albert (Chiefs – 5 Years)
CB Brent Grimes (Re-Signed – 4 Years)
RB Knowshon Moreno (Denver – 1 year)
CB Cortland Finnegan (Rams – 2 Years)
DT Randy Starks (Re-Signed – 2 Years)
DT Earl Mitchell (Texans – 4 Years)
FS Louis Delmas (Lions – 1 Year)
WR Damian Williams (Titans – 1 Year)
OG Shelley Smith (Rams – 2 Years)
OT Jason Fox (Lions – 1 Year)
WR Kevin Cone (Falcons)
QB Pat Devlin (Re-Signed)
QB Jordan Rodgers

Minnesota Vikings:
RDE Everson Griffen (Re-Signed – 5 Years)
DT Linval Joseph (Giants – 5 Years)
OG/OT Vlad Ducasse (Jets – 1 Year)
QB Matt Cassel (Re-Signed – 2 Years)
CB Captain Munnerlyn (Carolina – 3 Years)
WR Lestar Jean (Texans)
CB Derek Cox (Chargers – 1 Year)
ILB Jasper Brinkley (Arizona – 1 Year)
WR Jerome Simpson (Re-Signed)
DL Corey Wootton (Bears – 1 Year)
CB Marcus Sherels (Re-Signed – 2 Years)
C/OG Joe Berger (Re-Signed)
DT Fred Evans (Re-Signed)
RB Matt Asiata (Re-Signed)
DT Kheeston Randall (Dolphins)
DT Tom Johnson (Saints – 1 Year)
LB Larry Dean (Re-Signed)

New England Patriots:
CB Darrelle Revis (Tampa Bay – 1 Year)
WR Julian Edelman (Re-Signed – 4 Years)
CB Brandon Browner (Seattle – 3 Years)
C Ryan Wendell (Re-Signed – 2 Years)
S Patrick Chung (Eagles)
TE Michael Hoomanawanui (Re-Signed – 2 Years)
LS Danny Aiken (Re-Signed)

New Orleans Saints:
TE Jimmy Graham (FRANCHISED – 1 Year)
FS Jairus Byrd (Bills – 6 Years)
CB Champ Bailey (Denver – 2 Years)
RT Zach Strief (Re-Signed – 5 Years)
RB Pierre Thomas (Re-Signed/Ext. – 2 Years)
WR Joe Morgan (Re-Signed – 1 Year)
FB Erik Lorig (Tampa Bay – 4 Years)
S Marcus Ball (CFL – 3 Years)
ILB/OLB Ramon Humber (Re-Signed – 1 Year)
QB Luke McCown (Re-Signed – 1 Year)
OLB Parys Haralson (Re-Signed)
S Rafael Bush (Re-Signed – 2 Years)

New York Giants:
CB Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie (Denver – 5 Years)
OLB/ILB Jameel McClain (Ravens)
MLB Jon Beason (Re-Signed)
OG/OT Geoff Schwartz (Chiefs)
FS Stevie Brown (Re-Signed)
OT Charles Brown (Saints)
CB Walter Thurmond III (Seattle – 1 Year)
WR Mario Manningham (49ers – 1 Year)
KR Trindon Holliday (Denver – 1 Year)
OG John Jerry (Dolphins)
RB Rashad Jennings (Raiders)
CB Zackary Bowman (Bears)
TE Kellen Davis (Seattle – 1 Year)
DT Mike Patterson (Re-Signed)
WOLB Spencer Paysinger (Re-Signed – 1 year)
C JD Walton (Redskins)
RB Peyton Hillis (Re-Signed – 2 Years)
OLB/DE Mark Herzlich (Re-Signed – 1 Year)
FB Henry Hynoski (Re-Signed – 1 Year)
DE Robert Ayers (Denver – 2 years)
CB Trumaine McBride (Re-Signed – 2 Years)
QB Curtis Painter (Re-Signed)

New York Jets:
WR Eric Decker (Denver – 5 Years)
QB Michael Vick (Eagles – 1 Year)
K Nick Folk (Re-Signed)
TE Jeff Cumberland (Re-Signed – 3 Years)
RG Willie Colon (Re-Signed – 1 Year)
OLB Calvin Pace (Re-Signed – 2 Years)
CB Dimitri Patterson (Dolphins – 1 Year)
WR/KR Jacoby Ford (Raiders)
CB Johnny Patrick (Chargers)
RT Breno Giacomin (Seattle)
CB Darrin Walls (Re-Signed – 2 Years)
DE/OLB Jermaine Cunningham (Re-Signed – 1 Year)
CB Ras-I Dowling (Patriots)
S Brandon Hardin (Bears)
OLB Garrett McIntyre (Re-Signed)
LB Nick Bellore (Re-Signed – 1 Year)
CB Ellis Lankster (Re-Signed – 1 Year)
DT Leger Douzable (Re-Signed – 1 Year)
CB Jeremy Reeves

Oakland Raiders:
RB Maurice Jones-Drew (Jaguars – 3 Years)
RB Darren McFadden (Re-Signed – 1 Year)
DE Justin Tuck (Giants – 2 years)
DE/OLB LaMarr Woodley (Steelers – 2 Years)
LT Donald Penn (Tampa Bay)
RT Austin Howard (Jets – 5 Years)
WR James Jones (Packers – 3 Years)
CB Carlos Rogers (49ers)
QB Matt Schaub (Trade/Texans)
FS Charles Woodson (Re-Signed – 1 Year)
CB Tarell Brown (49ers – 1 Year)
OL Kevin Boothe (Giants – 2 years)
DE/DT Antonio Smith (Texans – 2 Years)
DL CJ Wilson (Packers)
LG Khalif Barnes (Re-Signed – 1 Year)
S Usama Young (Re-Signed – 2 Years)
DB/ST Taiwan Jones (Re-Signed/Ext. – 3 Years)
DT Pat Sims (Re-Signed – 1 Year)
CB Chimdi Chekwa (Re-Signed)
RB Jeremy Stewart (Re-Signed)
S Brandian Ross (Re-Signed)
OL Matt McCants (Re-Signed)
P Daniel Zychlinski

Philadelphia Eagles:
LT Jason Peters (Re-Signed/Ext. – 4 Years)
RB Darren Sproles (Saints/Trade/Ext. – 2 Years)
WR Riley Cooper (Re-Signed – 5 Years)
C Jason Kelce (Re-Signed/Ext. – 6 Years)
QB Mark Sanchez (Jets)
WR Jeremy Maclin (Re-Signed – 1 Year)
FS Malcolm Jenkins (Saints – 3 Years)
CB Nolan Carroll (Dolphins – 2 Years)
P Donnie Jones (Re-Signed – 3 Years)
S Nate Allen (Re-Signed – 1 Year)
DL Cedric Thornton (Re-Signed – 1 Year)
OT Andrew Gardner (Texans)
OLB Bryan Braman (Texans)
S/ST Chris Maragos (Seattle – 3 Years)

Pittsburgh Steelers:
SS Troy Polamalu (Re-Signed/New – 3 Years)
OLB Jason Worilds (FRANCHISED – 1 Year)
FS Mike Mitchell (Carolina – 5 Years)
NT Cam Thomas (Chargers – 2 Years)
RB LeGarrette Blount (Patriots – 2 years)
WR Lance Moore (Saints – 2 Years)
WR Darrius Heyward-Bey (Colts – 1 year)
ILB Arthur Moats (Bills – 1 Year)
S Will Allen (Re-Signed)
OT Guy Whimper (Re-Signed)
CB Brice McCain (Texans)
LS Greg Warren (Re-Signed)
C/OG Cody Wallace (Re-Signed – 3 Years)
TE Michael Palmer (Re-Signed – 1 Year)

San Diego Chargers:
ILB Donald Butler (Re-Signed)
RB Donald Brown (Colts – 3 Years)
FS Darrell Stuckey (Re-Signed – 4 Years)
CB Richard Marshall (Re-Signed – 1 Year)
ILB Kavell Conner (Colts – 3 Years)
QB Kellen Clemens (Rams – 2 years)
OG Chad Rinehart (Re-Signed – 2 Years)
CB Brandon Ghee (Bengals – 2 Years)
OG/C Rich Ohrnberger (Re-Signed – 1 Year)
TE/FB David Johnson (Steelers – 2 Years)
WR Seyi Ajirotutu (Re-Signed – 1 Year)
LB Reggie Walker (Re-Signed)
DE/OLB Cordarro Law (CFL)

San Francisco 49ers:
S Antoine Bethea (Colts – 4 Years)
WR Anquan Boldin (Re-Signed – 2 Years)
QB Blaine Gabbert (Jaguars/Trade)
CB Chris Cook (Vikings – 1 year)
OT Jonathan Martin (Dolphins/Trade)
K Phil Dawson (Re-Signed – 2 Years)
CB Perrish Cox (Re-Signed – 1 year)
FB Bruce Miller (Re-Signed/Ext. – 3 Years)
OG/C Daniel Kilgore (Re-Signed/Ext. – 3 Years)
WR/ST Kassim Osgood (Re-Signed – 1 Year)

Seattle Seahawks:
DE Michael Bennett (Re-Signed – 4 Years)
DT Tony McDaniel (Re-Signed – 2 Years)
QB Tarvaris Jackson (Re-Signed)
OG/OT Steve Schilling (Chargers)
CB Phillip Adams (Raiders – 1 year)
WR Taylor Price (Jaguars)
S Jeron Johnson (Re-Signed – 1 Year)
OG/C Lemuel Jeanpierre (Re-Signed – 1 Year)
LS Jorgen Hus (3 years)

St.Louis Rams:
OT/OG Rodger Saffold (Re-Signed – 5 Years)
WR Kenny Britt (Titans – 1 Year)
DT/DE Alex Carrington (Bills – 1 year)
SOLB Jo-Lonn Dunbar (Re-Signed – 2 Years)
C Tim Barnes (Re-Signed)
QB Austin Davis (Re-Signed)
WR Justin Veltung (Re-Signed)
CB/KR Greg Reid
LB Etienne Sabino (Giants)

Tampa Bay Buccaneers:
DE Michael Johnson (Bengals – 5 Years)
CB Alterraun Verner (Titans – 4 Years)
C Evan Dietrich-Smith (Packers – 4 Years)
LT Anthony Collins (Bengals – 5 Years)
QB Josh McCown (Bears – 2 Years)
TE Brandon Myers (Giants – 2 Years)
CB Mike Jenkins (Raiders – 1 Year)
S Major Wright (Bears)
OG/OT Oniel Cousins (Browns – 1 Year)
DT Clinton McDonald (Seattle – 4 Years)
RB Bobby Rainey (Re-Signed – 1 Year)
WR Louis Murphy (Giants – 1 Year)
LB/ST Dane Fletcher (Patriots – 1 Year)
CB DJ Moore (Carolina)
QB Mike Kafka (Jaguars)
OL Jamon Meredith (Re-Signed – 2 Years)
WR Lavelle Hawkins (Chargers)
WR/KR Eric Page (Re-Signed – 1 Year)
FB Jorvorskie Lane (Dolphins)
TE Steve Maneri (Bears)
CB Danny Gorrer (Re-Signed – 1 Year)
LB Damaso Munoz (CFL)
TE/FB Josh Baker

Tennessee Titans:
RT Michael Oher (Ravens – 4 Years)
OLB Kam Wimbley (Restructured – 3 years)
OLB/DE Shaun Phillips (Denver – 2 Years)
WR/PR Dexter McCluster (Chiefs – 3 Years)
SS Bernard Pollard (Re-Signed – 2 Years)
ILB Wesley Woodyard (Denver – 4 Years)
RB/KR Leon Washington (Re-Signed)
NT Al Woods (Steelers – 2 Years)
DE Ropati Pitoitua (Re-Signed – 3 Years)
RB Jackie Battle (Re-Signed – 1 Year)
QB Charlie Whitehurst (Chargers – 2 Years)
DT Antonio Johnson (Re-Signed – 2 Years)
OG/C Chris Spencer (Re-Signed)
G/C Eric Olsen (Steelers)
WR/KR Marc Mariani (Re-Signed – 1 Year)

Washington Redskins:
OLB/DE Brian Orakpo (FRANCHISED – 1 Year)
WR DeSean Jackson (Eagles – 3 Years)
DT/DE Jason Hatcher (Dallas – 4 Years)
FS Ryan Clark (Steelers – 1 year)
OG Shawn Lauvao (Browns – 4 Years)
CB DeAngelo Hall (Re-Signed – 4 Years)
OG/C Mike McGlynn (Colts – 1 year)
WR Andre Roberts (Arizona – 4 Years)
LB Adam Hayward (Tampa Bay – 3 Years)
WR Santana Moss (Re-Signed – 1 Year)
ILB Perry Riley (Re-Signed – 3 Years)
QB Colt McCoy (49ers)
CB Tracy Porter (Raiders)
ILB Daryl Sharpton (Texans)
FS Brandon Meriweather (Re-Signed – 1 Year)
OT/OG Bruce Campbell (Carolina)
ILB Akeem Jordan (Chiefs)
WR Aldrick Robinson (Re-Signed – 1 Year)
CB EJ Biggers (Re-Signed – 1 Year)
OLB Rob Jackson (Re-Signed)
DL Clifton Geathers (Eagles)
DL Chris Baker (Re-Signed – 3 Years)
WR David Gettis (Carolina)
DT Brandon Moore (Chiefs)
S Akeem Davis
P Blake Clingan

2014 NFL Draft Positional Rankings

Well, the deadline for underclassmen has come and gone.

We now have a clearer picture of the field of prospects that will be eligible to be drafted come May when the NFL Draft rolls around.

For a look at who declared and who didn’t, visit my previous prospect rankings:
https://joshmitchell24.wordpress.com/2013/12/12/2014-nfl-draft-prospect-rankings/

This is a collection of the best players at their respective positions according to me. I have a total of 100 underclassmen along with the eligible senior players in this extensive list of prospects.

For a look at who I think are the Top Overall prospect in the 2014 NFL Draft, visit my – BIG BOARD:
https://joshmitchell24.wordpress.com/2014/01/04/big-board-top-prospects-for-the-2014-nfl-draft/

These rankings, will change over the next months – moving closer to the NFL Draft. Continue to check back for updated and more similar post.

For those interested in Mock Drafts – I will post a link to my most current version on this page as well.

Latest Mock Draft:
https://joshmitchell24.wordpress.com/2013/12/31/2014-nfl-mock-draft-december-3-0-3-rounds/

Again, these rankings are position based and do not necessarily reflect the order I believe each player will be drafted – its more a reflection of where their current draft stock is at based on the consensus of news, scouting, information, and reports available to me.

Eligibility Scale:
**Sophomore=Redshirt Sophomore
*Junior
**Junior=Redshirt Junior
Senior
**Senior=Redshirt Senior

UPDATED: 02-27-2014

QB:
1. Blake Bortles, QB – UCF; **Junior: 6’5″ 232
2. Johnny Manziel, QB – Texas A&M; **Sophomore: 6’0″ 208 (CHA)
3. Derek Carr, QB – Fresno State; **Senior: 6’2″ 215
4. Teddy Bridgewater, QB – Louisville; *Junior: 6’2″ 215
5. Jimmy Garoppolo, QB – Eastern Illinois; Senior: 6’2″ 225
6. AJ McCarron, QB – Alabama; **Senior: 6’3″ 220
7. Zach Mettenberger, QB – LSU; **Senior: 6’5″ 225 (XXXX – ACL)
8. Tom Savage, QB – Pittsburgh; **Senior: 6’4″ 228
9. Logan Thomas, QB – Virginia Tech; Senior: 6’6″ 248
10. Aaron Murray, QB – Georgia; **Senior: 6’1″ 208 (XXXX – ACL)
11. David Fales, QB – San Jose State; Senior: 6’2″ 212
12. Tajh Boyd, QB – Clemson; **Senior: 6’1″ 225
13. Connor Shaw, QB – South Carolina; Senior: 6’0″ 205
14. Jeff Mathews, QB – Cornell; Senior: 6’4″ 225
15. Garrett Gilbert, QB – SMU; **Senior: 6’3″ 223 (XXXX)
16. Keith Wenning, QB – Ball State; Senior: 6’3″ 218
17. Bryn Renner, QB – UNC; **Senior: 6’3″ 228 (XXXX)
18. Brett Smith, QB – Wyoming; *Junior: 6’2″ 205
10. Stephen Morris, QB – Miami (FL); Senior: 6’2″ 215
20. Dustin Vaughan, QB – West Texas A&M; Senior: 6’5″ 235
21. Casey Pachall, QB – TCU; Senior: 6’5″ 230 (CHA)
22. Tyler Russell, QB – Mississippi State; **Senior: 6’4″ 220 (XXXX)
23. Chase Rettig, QB – Boston College; Senior: 6’2″ 215
24. Brendon Kay, QB – Cincinnati; ***Senior: 6’3″ 230
25. Jordan Lynch, QB/RB – Northern Illinois; **Senior: 6’0″ 215
26. Brock Jensen, QB – North Dakota State; Senior: 6’2″ 225
27. Keith Price, QB – Washington; **Senior: 6’1″ 195
28. Kenny Guiton, QB – Ohio State; **Senior: 6’2″ 208
29. Tommy Rees, QB – Notre Dame; Senior: 6’2″ 215
30. James Franklin, QB – Missouri; Senior: 6’2″ 225
31. DeNarius McGhee, QB/RB – Montana State; **Senior: 5’11″ 212
32. Adam Kennedy, QB – Arkansas State; **Senior: 6’4″ 225 (XXXX)
33. DJ Mendenhall, QB – Urbana; Senior: 6’4″ 220
34. Terrance Owens, QB/ATH – Toledo; **Senior: 6’3″ 205
35. Drew Allen, QB – Syracuse; **Senior: 6’5″ 225
36. Derek Thompson, QB – North Texas; **Senior: 6’4″ 218
37. Nathan Scheelhaase, QB – Illinois; **Senior: 6’2″ 205
38. Cody Green, QB – Tulsa; **Senior: 6’3″ 248
39. Clint Chelf, QB – Okalhoma State; **Senior: 6’1″ 210
40. Taylor Martinez, QB/ATH – Nebraska; **Senior: 6’1″ 200
41. Logan Kilgore, QB – Middle Tennessee; **Senior: 6’2″ 205
42. Corey Robinson, QB – Troy; **Senior: 6’1″ 210
43. CJ Brown, QB – Maryland; **Senior: 6’2″ 210
44. Seth Lobato, QB – Northern Colorado; Senior: 6’5″ 225
45. Kolton Browning, QB – Louisiana-Monroe; **Senior: 6’1″ 212
46. Charley Loeb, QB – Syracuse; ***Senior: 6’4″ 215
47. Joe Clancy, QB – Merrimack; **Senior: 6’3″ 210
48. Josh Nunes, QB – Stanford; Senior: 6’4″ 225 (Retired)
49. Tyler Tettleton, QB – Ohio; **Senior: 6’0″ 205
50. Case McCoy, QB – Texas; Senior: 6’2″ 205
51. Andy Summerlin, QB – Samford; **Senior: 6’4″ 220
52. Brandon Mitchell, QB – NC State; **Senior: 6’3″ 240
53. Kurt Hess, QB – Youngstown State; Senior: 6’2″ 235
54. Cody Vaz, QB – Oregon State; **Senior: 6’1″ 200
55. Caleb Herring, QB/WR – UNLV; **Senior: 6’2″ 200
56. Emmanuel Lewis, QB – New Mexico Highlands; Senior: 6’3″ 200
57. Bo Cordell, QB – Tusculum; **Senior: 6’0″ 205
58. Austyn Carta-Samuels, QB/ATH – Vanderbilt; **Senior: 6’1″ 220
59. Joe Southwick, QB – Boise State; **Senior: 6’0″ 200
60. BJ Denker, QB/ATH – Arizona; **Senior: 6’3″ 190
61. Tanner Price, QB – Wake Forest; Senior: 6’1″ 205
62. Danny O’Brien, QB – Catawba; **Senior: 6’3″ 220
63. Ross Metheny, QB – South Alabama; **Senior: 6’2″ 205
64. Kory Faulkner, QB – Southern Illinois; **Senior: 6’3″ 220
65. Jamal Londry-Jackson, QB – Appalachian State; **Senior: 6’3″ 210
66. Eric Soza, QB – Texas-San Antonio; **Senior: 6’0″ 210
67. Tyler Sykora, QB – Southern Arkansas; Senior: 6’6″ 225
68. Allan Bridgford, QB – Southern Mississippi; **Senior: 6’2″ 210

RB:
1. Carlos Hyde, RB – Ohio State; **Senior: 6’0″ 230 (CHA)
2. Bishop Sankey, RB – Washington; *Junior: 5’10″ 210
3. Ka’Deem Carey, RB – Arizona; *Junior: 5’9″ 208
4. Jeremy Hill, RB – LSU; **Sophomore: 6’1″ 235
5. Tre Mason, RB – Auburn; *Junior: 5’9″ 208
6. Devonta Freeman, RB – Florida State; *Junior: 5’8″ 205
7. Lache Seastrunk, RB – Baylor; **Junior: 5’10″ 202
8. Charles Sims, RB – WVU; **Senior: 6’0″ 212
9. Andre Williams, RB – Boston College; Senior: 5’11″ 230 (XXXX)
10. Terrance West, RB – Towson; *Junior: 5’9″ 225
11. James White, RB – Wisconsin; Senior: 5’9″ 202
12. De’Anthony Thomas, RB/WR/KR – Oregon; *Junior: 5’9″ 175
13. Jerick McKinnon, RB – Georgia Southern; Senior: 5’9″ 210
14. James Wilder Jr., RB – Florida State; *Junior: 6’3″ 232
15. Marion Grice, RB – Arizona State; Senior: 6’0″ 215
16. Tyler Gaffney, RB – Stanford; **Senior: 6’0″ 220
17. Storm Johnson, RB – Central Forida; **Junior: 6’0″ 210
18. Isaiah Crowell, RB – Alabama State; *Junior: 5’11” 222
19. Antonio Andrews, RB – Western Kentucky; *Senior: 5’11″ 218
20. Rajion Neal, RB – Tennessee; Senior: 5’11″ 212
21. LaDarius Perkins, RB – Mississippi State; **Senior: 5’10″ 190
22. Kapri Bibbs, RB – Colorado State; **Sophomore: 5’11″ 202
23. Jerome Smith, RB – Syracuse: **Junior: 5’11″ 218
24. Silas Redd, RB – USC; Senior: 5’10″ 200
25. Tim Flanders, RB – Sam Houston State; **Senior: 5’9″ 210
26. George Atkinson III, RB – Notre Dame; *Junior: 6’1″ 210
27. Lorenzo Taliaferro, RB – Coastal Carolina; Senior: 6’1′ 230
28. David Fluellen, RB – Toledo; Senior: 6’0″ 215
29. Roderick McDowell, RB – Clemson; **Senior: 5’9″ 200
30. Damien Williams, RB – Oklahoma (XX); Senior: 6’1″ 215 (CHA)
31. Ben Malena, RB – Texas A&M; Senior: 5’8″ 195
32. Brendon Bigelow, RB – California; *Junior: 5’10″ 190
33. Trey Watts, RB – Tulsa; Senior: 5’11″ 195
34. Tim Cornett, RB – UNLV; Senior: 6’0″ 210
35. Adam Muema, RB – San Diego State; **Junior: 5’10″ 205
36. Marcus Shaw, RB – South Florida; Senior: 5’9″ 180
37. Vintavious Cooper, RB – East Carolina; Senior: 5’9″ 200
38. Jeff Scott, RB/KR – Mississippi; Senior: 5’7″ 165
39. Zurlon Tipton, RB – Central Michigan; **Senior: 6’0″ 220
40. Henry Josey, RB – Missouri; **Junior: 5’10″ 190
41. Alfred Blue, RB – LSU; Senior: 6’1″ 220
42. Brandon Oliver, RB – Buffalo; Senior: 5’8″ 202
43. Roy Finch, RB – Oklahoma; Senior: 5’7″ 175
44. James Sims, RB – Kansas; Senior: 6’0″ 202
45. Jordan Hall, RB – Ohio State; **Senior: 5’9″ 200 (XXXX)
46. DJ Adams, RB – Portland State; **Senior: 5’9″ 210
47. Zach Bauman, RB – Northern Arizona; Senior: 5’9″ 200
48. David Oku, RB – Arkansas State; Senior: 5’10″ 190
49. Darrin Reaves, RB – Alabama-Birmingham; *Junior: 5’9″ 210
50. Wesley Tate, RB – Vanderbilt; Senior: 6’1″ 215
51. Brennan Clay, RB – Oklahoma; Senior: 5’11″ 200
52. Marcus Coker, RB – Stony Brook; Senior: 6’0″ 230 (XXXX)
53. Kedrick Rhodes, RB – West Alabama; Senior: 5’10″ 200
54. Glasco Martin, RB – Baylor; **Senior: 6’0″ 220
55. Orleans Darkwa, RB – Tulane; Senior: 6’0″ 212
56. Dillon Baxter, RB – Baker (KS); **Senior: 5’10″ 205
57. Prince-Tyson Gulley, RB – Syracuse; Senior: 5’10″ 192
58. John Spooney, RB/KR/WR – Brown; Senior: 5’11” 185
59. Fabian Truss, RB – Samford; Senior: 5’9″ 185
60. Anthony Wilkerson, RB – Stanford; Senior: 6’0″ 218
61. John Hubert, RB – Kansas State; **Senior: 5’7″ 190
62. Shakir Bell, RB – Indiana State; Senior: 5’8″ 190 (XXXX)
63. Jeremy Smith, RB – Oklahoma State; **Senior: 5’10″ 208
64. Senorise Perry, RB – Louisville; Senior: 6’0″ 200
65. Fitzgerald Toussaint, RB – Michigan; Senior: 5’10″ 195
66. Kelvin York, RB – Utah; Senior: 5’11″ 220
67. Michael Alisa, RB – BYU; **Senior: 6’0″ 220
68. Jaamal Berry, RB – Murray State; **Senior: 5’10″ 200
69. Franklin Quiteh, RB – Bloomsburg; **Senior: 5’9′ 200
70. AJ Blue, RB – UNC; **Senior: 6’1′ 215
71. Waymon James, RB – TCU; **Senior: 5’8″ 202
72. Terrance Cobb, RB – Cumberlands (KY); **Senior: 5’10″ 218
73. Beau Blankenship, RB – Ohio; **Senior: 5”8″ 205
74. Chris Nwoke, RB – Colorado State; Senior: 6’0″ 215

FB:
1. Trey Burton, FB/WR/RB – Florida; Senior: 6’2″ 230
2. Trey Millard, FB/RB – Oklahoma; Senior: 6’2″ 252 (XXXX)
3. Jay Prosch, FB – Auburn; **Senior: 6’1″ 260
4. Chris Coyle, FB/TE – Arizona State; **Senior: 6’2″ 240
5. JC Copeland, FB/DT – LSU; Senior: 6’1″ 280
6. Ryan Hewitt, FB/TE – Stanford; **Senior: 6’4″ 242
7. Gator Hoskins, FB/TE – Marshall; Senior: 6’2″ 240
8. Chad Abram, FB – Florida State; Senior: 5’11″ 230
9. Nikita Whitlock, FB/DE/OLB – Wake Forest; **Senior: 5’11″ 252
10. Ray Agnew, FB – Southern Illinois; Senior: 5’10″ 242
11. Kiero Small, FB/MLB – Arkansas; **Senior: 5’10″ 242
12. Vince Mayle, FB/WR/OLB – Washington State; Senior: 6’2″ 240
13. CJ Zimmerer, FB – Nebraska; **Senior: 6’0″ 232
14. Maurice Hagens, FB/RB – Miami (FL); Senior: 5’11″ 250
15. Reggie Jordan, FB/TE – Missouri Western State; **Senior: 6’2″ 242
16. Paul Carrezola, FB/TE – Rutgers; **Senior: 6’2″ 240
17. Chris Coyer, FB/ATH – Temple; **Senior: 6’2″ 250
18. Kye Staley, FB/RB – Oklahoma State; **Senior: 5’10″ 235
19. Terrence Miller, FB/WR/TE – Arizona; **Senior: 6’3″ 232
20. Conner Neighbors, FB – LSU; Senior: 5’11” 240
21. Jordan Luallen, FB/ATH – Cincinnati; **Senior: 6’2″ 240
22. BJ Butler, FB/DE – Louisville; Senior: 6’2″ 272
23. David Sims, FB/RB/ATH – Georgia Tech; **Senior: 5’11″ 225
24. Darrell Smith, FB – Clemson; **Senior: 6’1 240
25. Fitz Lassing, FB/TE – – Vanderbilt; Senior: 6’3″ 240
26. Darien Robinson, FB/RB – Citadel; Senior: 5’11” 220
27. Erik Wolfe, FB – Baylor; Senior: 6’1″ 255
28. Chad Young, FB – San Diego State; Senior: 5’9″ 240
29. Ryan Eppes, FB – South Florida; **Senior: 6’1″ 235
30. Jeff Woody, FB/RB – Iowa State; **Senior: 6’0″ 245
31. Kadeem Jones, FB – Western Kentcuky; Senior: 5’11″ 245
32. Clay Cleveland, FB – Syracuse; Senior: 6’1″ 230
33. Cody Wilson, FB/OLB – Tulsa; **Senior: 6’0″ 230
34. Michael LaGrone, FB/TE – Idaho; Senior: 6’1″ 272
35. Kurt Freytag, FB – Purdue; Senior: 6’1″ 240

WR:
1. Sammy Watkins, WR – Clemson; *Junior: 6’1″ 200
2. Mike Evans, WR – Texas A&M; **Sophomore: 6’5″ 218
3. Odell Beckham Jr., WR – LSU; *Junior: 5’11″ 188
4. Brandin Cooks, WR – Oregon State; *Junior: 5’10″ 188
5. Marqise Lee, WR – USC; *Junior: 6’0″ 195 (XXXX)
6. Kelvin Benjamin, WR – Florida State; **Sophomore: 6’5″ 235
7. Jordan Matthews, WR – Vanderbilt: Senior: 6’3″ 205
8. Allen Robinson, WR – Penn State; *Junior: 6’3″ 205
9. Paul Richardson, WR – Colorado; **Junior: 6’1″ 178
10. Davante Adams, WR – Fresno State; **Sophomore: 6’2″ 205
11. Donte Moncrief, WR – Mississippi; *Junior: 6’2″ 225
12. Martavis Bryant, WR – Clemson; *Junior: 6’4″ 200
13. Jeff Janis, WR – Saginaw Valley State, Senior: 6’3″ 218
14. Jarvis Landry, WR – LSU; *Junior: 6’0″ 195
15. Cody Latimer, WR – Indiana; *Junior: 6’2″ 215
16. Jared Abbrederis, WR – Wisconsin; **Senior: 6’2″ 188
17. Robert Herron, WR – Wyoming; Senior: 5’9″ 188
18. Bruce Ellington, WR/KR – South Carolina; **Junior: 5’9″ 195
19. Ryan Grant, WR – Tulane; **Senior: 6’1″ 192
20. Josh Huff, WR – Oregon; Senior: 5’11″ 205
21. Brandon Coleman, WR – Rutgers; **Junior: 6’5″ 220
22. Mike Davis, WR – Texas; Senior: 6’2″ 195
23. Jalen Saunders, WR/KR – Oklahoma; Senior: 5’9″ 160
24. Devin Street, WR – Pittsburgh; **Senior: 6’4″ 190
25. TJ Jones, WR – Notre Dame; Senior: 5’11″ 195
26. L’Damian Washington, WR – Missouri; **Senior: 6’4″ 205
27. Cody Hoffman, WR – BYU; Senior: 6’3″ 215 (CHA)
28. Michael Campanaro, WR – Wake Forest; Senior: 5’11″ 195 (XXXX)
29. Josh Stewart, WR – Oklahoma State; *Junior: 5’10″ 180
30. Dri Archer, WR/RB – Kent State; Senior: 5’7″ 175
31. Matt Hazel, WR – Coastal Carolina; Senior: 6’2″ 190
32. Eric Ward, WR – Texas Tech; **Senior: 6’0″ 205
33. Tevin Reese, WR – Baylor; Senior: 5’10″ 165
34. Kevin Norwood, WR – Alabama; Senior: 6’2″ 195
35. Jeremy Gallon, WR – Michigan; **Senior: 5’8″ 185
36. Quincy Enunwa, WR – Nebraska; Senior: 6’2″ 225
37. Shaquelle Evans, WR – UCLA; **Senior: 6’1″ 205
38. Derel Walker, WR – Texas A&M; Senior: 6’2″ 185
39. Allen Hurns, WR – Miami (FL); Senior: 6’2″ 190
40. Kain Colter, WR/QB – Northwestern; Senior: 5’11′ 195
41. Tracy Moore, WR – Oklahoma State; Senior: 6’1″ 215
42. Marcus Lucas, WR – Missouri; Senior: 6’4″ 220
43. Austin Franklin, WR – New Mexico State; *Junior: 6’1″ 185
44. Alex Neutz, WR – Buffalo; **Senior: 6’2″ 205
45. Erik Lora, WR – Eastern Illinois; Senior: 5’10″ 182
46. Corey Brown, WR – Ohio State; Senior: 5’11″ 185
47. Alex Amidon, WR – Boston College; Senior: 5’11″ 185
48. Chandler Jones, WR – San Jose State; Senior: 5’9″ 180
49. Je’Ron Hamm, WR – Louisiana-Monroe; Senior: 6’3″ 232
50. Willie Snead, WR – Ball State; *Junior: 5’10″ 195
51. Colin Lockett, WR – San Diego State; Senior: 6’0″ 180
52. Solomon Patton, WR – Florida; Senior: 5’9″ 180
53. Noel Grigsby, WR – San Jose State; Senior: 5’10″ 175 (XXXX)
54. John Brown, WR – Pittsburg State; Senior: 5’10″ 178
55. Chris Boyd, WR – Wake Forest (XX); *Junior: 6’3″ 205 (CHA)
56. Quintin Payton, WR – NC State; Senior: 6’3″ 210
57. Tony Washington, WR – Appalachian State; **Senior: 5’10″ 200
58. Jaz Reynolds, WR – Oklahoma; **Senior: 6’2″ 198
59. Corey Washington, WR – Newberry; Senior: 6’4″ 208
60. Ryan Lankford, WR – Illinois; Senior: 6’0″ 175 (XXXX)
61. Julian Horton, WR – Arkansas; Senior: 6’0″ 210
62. DJ Coles, WR – Virginia Tech; **Senior: 6’3″ 235
63. Brandon Wimberly, WR – Nevada; **Senior: 6’2″ 225
64. Tyshon Goode, WR – Kent State; **Senior: 6’0″ 182
65. Walter Powell, WR/KR – Murray State; Senior: 6’0″ 188
66. Bernard Reedy, WR – Toledo; Senior: 5’9″ 175
67. Lee Doss, WR – Southern; **Senior: 6’1″ 178
68. Kenny Bell, WR – Alabama; Senior: 6’1″ 180
69. Seantavious Jones, WR – Valdosta State; Senior: 6’2″ 192
70. Damian Copeland, WR – Louisville; **Senior: 6’1″ 182
71. Geraldo Boldewijn, WR – Boise State; Senior: 6’3″ 212
72. Chris Fields, WR – Ohio State; Senior: 6’0″ 195
73. Ja-Mes Logan, WR – Mississippi; **Senior: 6’2″ 185
74. DJ Banks, WR – Louisiana Tech; **Senior: 5’9″ 182
75. Isaiah Burse, WR – Fresno State; Senior: 5’11″ 180
76. Daryl Surgent, WR – Louisiana-Lafayette; Senior: 5’11″ 185
77. Spencer Harris, WR – Illinois; Senior: 6’2″ 205
78. Jerry Rice Jr., WR – UNLV; **Senior: 5’11″ 188
79. Kenny Shaw, WR – Florida State; Senior: 5’11″ 170
80. Jeremy Johnson, WR – SMU; Senior: 5’11′ 180
81. Nick Harwell, WR – Miami (OH); Senior: 6’1″ 195
82. Kadron Boone, WR – LSU; Senior: 6’0″ 205
83. Brandon Felder, WR – Penn State; **Senior: 6’2″ 200
84. Andre Debose, WR – Florida; Senior: 5’11″ 190 (XXXX)
85. Mike Williams, WR – California (PA); **Senior: 5’11″ 185
86. Anthony Denham, WR – Utah; **Senior: 6’4″ 220
87. Kyle Nunn, WR – San Jose State; Senior: 6’2″ 210
88. Gerald Ford, WR – Voldosta State; **Senior: 6’3″ 220
89. Willie Haulstead, WR – Florida State; Senior: 6’2″ 228
90. Eric Thomas, WR – Troy; Senior: 6’1″ 210
91. Travis Labhart, WR – Texas A&M; Senior: 5’9″ 182
92. Brelan Chancellor, WR – North Texas; Senior: 5’8″ 188
93. Bennie Fowler, WR – Michigan State; **Senior: 6’1″ 210
94. Tim Smith, WR – Virginia; **Senior: 6’0″ 195
95. Mike Milburn, WR – Delaware; **Senior: 6’3″ 215
96. Greg Hardin, WR – North Dakota; **Senior: 5’10” 172
97. Kofi Hughes, WR – Indiana; Senior: 6’1″ 218
98. Jeremy Jackson, WR – Michigan; Senior: 6’2″ 205

TE:
1. Eric Ebron, TE – UNC; *Junior: 6’4″ 245
2. Austin Seferian-Jenkins, TE – Washington; *Junior: 6’6″ 268
3. Jace Amaro, TE – Texas Tech; *Junior: 6’5″ 260
4. Troy Niklas, TE – Notre Dame; **Junior: 6’6″ 260
5. Arthur Lynch, TE – Georgia; **Senior: 6’5″ 260
6. Marcel Jensen, TE – Fresno State; **Senior: 6’5″ 258
7. CJ Fiedorowicz, TE – Iowa; Senior: 6’6″ 265
8. Joe Don Duncan, TE – Dixie State; Senior: 6’3″ 265
9. AC Leonard, TE – Tennessee State; *Junior: 6’3″ 245
10. Crockett Gillmore, TE – Colorado State; Senior: 6’6″ 250
11. Xavier Grimble, TE – USC; **Junior: 6’5″ 255
12. Rob Blanchflower, TE – U Mass; **Senior: 6’4″ 255
13. Jacob Pedersen, TE – Wisconsin; Senior: 6’4″ 240
14. Colt Lyerla, TE – Oregon (XX); *Junior: 6’5″ 245 (CHA)
15. Richard Rodgers, TE/WR – California; **Sophomore: 6’4″ 245
16. Ted Bolser, TE – Indiana; **Senior: 6’5″ 250
17. Kaneakua Friel, TE – BYU; **Senior: 6’5″ 250
18. Mike Flacco, TE New Haven; **Sophomore: 6’5″ 245
19. Jake Murphy, TE – Utah; *Junior: 6’4″ 252
20. Justin Perillo, TE – Maine; **Senior: 6’3′ 252
21. Gabe Holmes, TE – Purdue; **Senior: 6’5″ 242 (XXXX)
22. Asa Watson, TE – NC State; **Senior: 6’4″ 235
23. DJ Tialavea, TE – Utah State; **Senior: 6’4″ 260
24. Alex Bayer, TE – Bowling Green; **Senior: 6’4″ 255
25. Jordan Najvar, TE – Baylor; **Senior: 6’5″ 260
26. Asante Cleveland, TE – Miami (FL); Senior: 6’5″ 260
27. Blake Annen, TE – Cincinnati; **Senior: 6’4″ 250
28. Nehemiah Hicks, TE – Texas A&M; Senior: 6’4″ 242
29. Beckett Wales, TE – Syracuse; Senior: 6’3″ 255 (XXXX)
30. Blake Jackson, TE – Oklahoma State; Senior: 6’2″ 235
31. Jake Long, TE – Nebraska; Senior: 6’3″ 240
32. Nic Jacobs, TE – McNeese State; **Junior: 6’5″ 260
33. Matt Lengel, TE – Eastern Kentucky; **Senior: 6’7″ 265
34. Jerod Monk, TE – Baylor; **Senior: 6’4″ 285
35. Zane Fakes, TE – Ball State; **Senior: 6’3″ 238
36. Eric Waters, TE – Missouri; Senior: 6’4″ 245
37. Nexon Dorvilus, TE – Florida Atlantic; **Senior: 6’4″ 230
38. Gabe Linehan, TE – Boise State; **Senior: 6’3″ 248
39. Cameron Brate, TE – Harvard; Senior: 6’4″ 245
40. Brian Wozniak, TE – Wisconsin; **Senior: 6’4″ 255
41. Dave Stinebaugh, TE – Maryland; **Senior: 6’3″ 250
42. Ernst Brun Jr. TE – Iowa State; **Senior: 6’3″ 252
43. Evan Wilson, TE – Illinois; Senior: 6’6″ 250
44. Mike Naples, TE – Boston College; **Senior: 6’3″ 238
45. Matt Lehman, TE – Penn State; **Senior: 6’6″ 262 (XXXX)
46. Kolby Arendse, TE – Nevada; Senior: 6’3″ 250 (XXXX)
47. Travis Lorius, TE – San Jose State; **Senior: 6’5″ 248
48. Brannon Green, TE – Oklahoma; Senior: 6’2″ 255
49. Jack Nuismer, TE – Mississippi; Senior: 6’3″ 235
50. Ian Thompson, TE – Louisiana-Lafayette; Senior: 6’3″ 235
51. Brock DeCicco, TE – Wisconsin; **Senior: 6’5″ 260
52. Austin Tate, TE – Arkansas; **Senior: 6’5″ 250
53. Andre McDonald, TE – Kansas State; **Senior: 6’7″ 278

OT:
1. Greg Robinson, OT – Auburn; **Sophomore: 6’5″ 315
2. Jake Matthews, OT – Texas A&M; Senior; 6’5″ 305
3. Taylor Lewan, OT – Michigan; **Senior: 6’8″ 310
4. Morgan Moses, OT – Virginia; Senior: 6’6″ 335
5. Joel Bitonio, OT/OG – Nevada; **Senior: 6’4″ 315
6. Cyrus Kouandjio, OT – Alabama; *Junior: 6’5″ 312 (XXXX)
7. Antonio ‘Tiny’ Richardson, OT – Tennessee; *Junior: 6’6″ 332
8. Cameron Fleming, OT – Stanford; **Junior: 6’6″ 318
9. Jack Mewhort, OT – Ohio State; **Senior: 6’6″ 310
10. Ja’Wuan James, OT – Tennessee; Senior: 6’6″ 320
11. Justin Britt, OT – Missouri; **Senior: 6’6″ 315
12. Billy Turner, OT – North Dakota State; Senior: 6’5″ 310
13. James Hurst, OT – UNC; Senior: 6’7″ 310 (XXXX)
14. Seantrel Henderson, OT – Miami (FL); Senior: 6’8″ 340 (CHA)
15. Danny Kistler Jr., OT – Montana; Senior: 6’7″ 315
16. Michael Schofield, OT – Michigan; **Senior: 6’5″ 305
17. Wesley Johnson, OT – Vanderbilt; **Senior: 6’5″ 290
18. Cornelius Lucas, OT – Kansas State; **Senior: 6’8″ 325
19. Donald Hawkins, OT – Texas; Senior: 6’5″ 310
20. Bryce Quigley, OT – San Diego State; Senior: 6’5″ 300
21. Kenarious Gates, OT – Georgia; Senior: 6’5″ 330
22. Kevin Graf, OT – USC; Senior: 6’6″ 305
23. Matt Patchan, OT – Boston College; **Senior: 6’5″ 305
24. Matt Hall, OT – Belhaven; Senior: 6’9″ 325
25. Jeremiah Sirles, OT – Nebraska; **Senior: 6’6″ 320
26. David Hurd, OT – Arkansas; Senior: 6’5″ 310
27. Parker Graham, OT – Oklahoma State; **Senior: 6’7″ 315
28. Curtis Feigt, OT – WVU; **Senior: 6’6″ 312
29. Fou Fonoti, OT – Michigan State; **Senior: 6’4″ 298
30. Brent Qvale, OT – Nebraska; **Senior: 6’6″ 315
31. Jared Biard, OT – Colorado State; **Senior: 6’7″ 318
32. Rob Crisp, OT – NC State; Senior: 6’7″ 300
33. Jimmy Bennett, OT – U Conn; **Senior: 6’8″ 305
34. Evan Finkenberg, OT – Arizona State; Senior: 6’5″ 300
35. Matt Feiler, OT – Bloomsburg; Senior: 6’6″ 330
36. Kyle Lichtenberg, OT – Iowa State; **Senior: 6’5″ 298
37. Kelvin Palmer, OT – Baylor; **Senior: 6’4″ 290
38. Josh Wells, OT – James Madison; **Senior: 6’5″ 300
39. Corey Lewis, OT – Illinois; **Senior: 6’5″ 315
40. Anthony Dima, OT – U Mass; **Senior: 6’6″ 302
41. Josh Aladenoye, OT – Illinois State; **Senior: 6’5″ 325
42. Erle Ladsoon, OT – Delaware; Senior: 6’5″ 355
43. Jake Olson, OT – Central Michigan; **Senior: 6’7″ 305 (XXXX)
44. Adam Gress, OT – Penn State; **Senior: 6’6″ 320
45. John Prior, OT – Ohio; **Senior: 6’5″ 300
46. Pierce Burton, OT – Mississippi; Senior: 6’5″ 290
47. Charles Siddoway, OT – Mississippi State; Senior: 6’6′ 300
48. Adhem Elsawi, OT – East Carolina; Senior: 6’5″ 308
49. Michael Bamiro, OT – Stony Brook; Senior: 6’7″ 342
50. Darryl Johnson, OT – New Mexico; **Senior: 6’4″ 310
51. Tevon Conrad, OT – Saginaw Valley; **Senior: 6’8″ 325
52. Terrance Hackney, OT/OG – Bethune-Cookman; **Junior: 6’5″ 310
53. Ian White, OT – Boston College; **Senior: 6’5″ 302
54. Perry Simmons, OT – Duke; **Senior: 6’5″ 300
55. Garrett Scott, OT – Marshall; Senior: 6’5″ 295
56. Brett Van Sloten, OT – Iowa; **Senior: 6’6′ 300
57. Jack Harris, OT – Colorado; **Senior: 6’6″ 295
58. Matthew Page, OT – Ball State; **Senior: 6’5″ 300
59. Cody Booth, OT – Temple; **Senior: 6’4″ 285
60. Chris Martin, OT – Central Florida; **Senior: 6’5″ 302
61. Ed Olson, OT – Minnesota; **Senior: 6’5″ 310
62. Kyle Bryant, OT – Youngstown State; **Senior: 6’5″ 308
63. Gage Niemeyer, OT – Marshall; Senior: 6’5″ 298
64. Bill Tyndall, OT – California; **Senior: 6’4″ 280 (XXXX)
65. Kevin Pamphile, OT – Purdue; **Senior: 6’5″ 315
66. Aaron Williams, OT/OG – Arkansas State; **Senior: 6’5″ 322

OG:
1. Zack Martin, OG/OT – Notre Dame; **Senior: 6’4″ 305
2. Xavier Su’a-Filo, OG – UCLA; **Junior: 6’4″ 295
3. David Yankey, OG/OT – Stanford; **Junior: 6’5″ 302
4. Gabe Jackson, OG – Mississippi State; **Senior: 6’4″ 320
5. Cyril Richardson, OG/OT – Baylor; **Senior: 6’5″ 335
6. Trai Turner, OG – LSU; **Sophomore: 6’3″ 315
7. Chris Watt, OG – Notre Dame; **Senior: 6’3″ 310 (XXXX)
8. Anthony Steen, OG – Alabama; **Senior: 6’3″ 302
9. Dakota Dozier, OG – Furman; **Senior: 6’3″ 302
10. Ryan Groy, OG/OT – Wisconsin; **Senior: 6’5″ 318
11. Jon Halapio, OG – Florida: **Senior: 6’3″ 325
12. Brandon Linder, OG – Miami (FL); Senior: 6’5″ 312
13. Brandon Thomas, OG – Clemson; **Senior: 6’3″ 305 (XXXX)
14. Kadeem Edwards, OG – Tennessee State; Senior: 6’3″ 318
15. John Urschel, OG – Penn State; **Senior: 6’3″ 308
16. Spencer Long, OG – Nebraska; **Senior: 6’6″ 325 (XXXX)
17. Zach Fulton, OG – Tennessee; Senior: 6’5″ 320
18. Charles Leno, OG/OT – Boise State; Senior: 6’3″ 290
19. Andrew Norwell, OG – Ohio State; Senior: 6’6″ 305
20. Chris Burnette, OG – Georgia; **Senior: 6’2″ 315
21. Austin Wentworth, OG/OT – Fresno State; **Senior: 6’5″ 300
22. Antwan Lowery, OG – Rutgers; Senior: 6’4″ 305
23. Trey Hopkins, OG – Texas; Senior: 6’4″ 300
24. Brian Clarke, OG – Bloomsburg; Senior: 6’3″ 305
25. Andrew Rodriguez, OG – Nebraska; Senior: 6’5″ 330
26. Karim Barton, OG – Morgan State; Senior: 6’2″ 318
27. Marcus Hall, OG – Ohio State; **Senior: 6’5″ 318
28. Austen Bujnoch, OG – Cincinnati; **Senior: 6’5″ 290
29. John Martinez, OG – USC; **Senior: 6’2″ 310
30. Kevin Danser, OG – Stanford; **Senior: 6’5″ 298
31. Mason Walters, OG – Texas; **Senior: 6’6″ 315
32. Eric Pike, OG/OT – Towson; Senior: 6’4″ 298
33. Dallas Lee, OG – Georgia; **Senior: 6’4″ 295
34. Blake Treadwell, OG – Michigan State; **Senior: 6’3″ 302
35. Bronson Irwin, OG – Oklahoma; Senior: 6’5″ 312
36. Tyler Shatley, OG – Clemson; **Senior: 6’3″ 295
37. Nicholas Kaspar, OG – San Jose State; Senior: 6’3″ 302
38. Will Simmons, OG – East Carolina; **Senior: 6’5″ 342
39. Ronald Patrick, OG – South Carolina; Senior: 6’2″ 315
40. Josh Walker, OG – Middle Tennessee State; **Senior: 6’5″ 322
41. Will Jackson, OG – Georgia Tech; **Senior: 6’3″ 295
42. Grant Enger, OG – Oregon State; **Senior: 6’5″ 292
43. Dan France, OG – Michigan State; **Senior: 6’6″ 312
44. Jacob Fahrenkrug, OG/C – Florida State; **Senior: 6’3″ 325
45. Tyler Evans, OG – Oklahoma; **Senior: 6’5″ 305
46. Jon Lechner, OG – Ohio; **Senior: 6’5″ 332 (XXXX)
47. Brandon Webb, OG – Oklahoma State; **Senior: 6’3″ 325
48. David Born, OG – Old Dominion; **Senior: 6’8″ 330
49. John Fullington, OG/OT – Washington State; Senior: 6’5″ 300
50. Alex Bullard, OG – Tennessee; **Senior: 6’2″ 302
51. Michael Philipp, OG/OT – Oregon State; **Senior: 6’3″ 328
52. Davonte Wallace, OG/OT – New Mexico State; Senior: 6’3″ 315
53. DeAnthony Sims, OG – Houston; **Senior: 6’3″ 320
54. Sam Longo, OG – Cincinnati; **Senior: 6’5″ 305
55. Josh Williford, OG – LSU; Senior: 6’7″ 325
56. Patrick Junen, OG – Mississippi; Senior: 6’6″ 348
57. Jordan Hansel, OG – Ball State; Senior: 6’3″ 325
58. Pat McShane, OG – Kent State; **Senior: 6’4″ 305
59. Jordan McCray, OG – Central Florida; Senior: 6’3″ 310
60. DJ Morrell, OG – Old Dominion; **Senior: 6’5′” 328
61. Steve Greene, OG – U Conn; **Senior: 6’5″ 308
62. Cory King, OG – Pittsburgh; **Senior: 6’5″ 325
63. Ryan Jones, OG/DT – San Jose State; **Senior: 6’2″ 292
64. Ty Cloud, OG – Houston; **Senior: 6’3″ 315
65. Houston Reynolds, OG – BYU; Senior: 6’2″ 305
66. Stetson Burnett, OG/OT – Tulsa; Senior: 6;3: 305
67. William Poehls, OG – Montana; Senior: 6’7″ 340
68. Eric Schultz, OG – Utah State; Senior: 6’4″ 305
69. Jordan Gragert, OG/OT – Colorado State; **Senior: 6’4″ 290
70. Jeremiah Tofaeono, OG – Utah; Senior: 6’2″ 320

C:
1. Travis Swanson, C – Arkansas; **Senior: 6’5″ 310
2. Marcus Martin, C – USC; *Junior: 6’3″ 310
3. Weston Richburg, C – Colorado State; **Senior: 6’4″ 300
4. Bryan Stork, C/OG/OT/TE – Florida State; **Senior: 6’4″ 308
5. Tyler Larsen, C – Utah Dtate; Senior: 6’4″ 315
6. Gabe Ikard, C/OG – Oklahoma; **Senior: 6’4″ 295
7. Russell Bodine, C/OG – UNC; **Junior: 6’3″ 305
8. Dillon Farrell, C – New Mexico; **Senior: 6’5″ 310
9. James Stone, C – Tennessee; Senior: 6’3″ 305
10. Corey Linsley, C – Ohio State; **Senior: 6’3″ 298
11. Jonotthan Harrison, C – Florida; **Senior: 6’3″ 305
12. Matt Armstrong, C – Grand Valley State; **Senior: 6’3″ 298
13. Zac Kerin, C/OG/OT – Toledo; **Senior: 6’5″ 308
14. Gus Handler, C – Colorado; **Senior: 6’3″ 292
15. Matt Paradis, C – Boise State; **Senior: 6’2″ 298
16. Josh Allen, C – Louisiana-Monroe; Senior: 6’3″ 310
17. Khalil Wilkes, C – Stanford; **Senior: 6’3″ 292
18. Pat Eger, C – WVU; **Senior: 6’6″ 302
19. Macky MacPherson, C – Syracuse; Senior: 6’2″ 290
20. Chris Elkins, C – Youngstown State; Senior: 6’3″ 292
21. Sean Conway, C – Western Kentucky; **Senior: 6’3″ 305
22. Evan Swindall, C – Mississippi; **Senior: 6’3″ 300
23. Jared Wheeler, C – Miami (FL); **Senior: 6’3″ 318
24. Vyncent Jones, C – Utah; **Senior: 6’3″ 305
25. Kjelby Oiland, C – Montana; Senior: 6’3″ 290
26. Stefan Huber, C – Baylor; **Senior: 6’3″ 295
27. Dan Sprague, C – Cincinnati; **Senior: 6’3″ 290 (XXXX)
28. Garrett Porter, C – Texas; **Senior: 6’5″ 315
29. Jared Singleton , C – Wofford; **Senior: 6’2″ 308
30. Cole Pensick, C – Nebraska; **Senior: 6’2″ 275
31. Kody Koebensky, C – Arizona State; **Senior: 6’3″ 290
32. Kamran Joyer, C – Louisville; **Senior: 6’3″ 272
33. David ‘Chief’ Kekuewa, C – Bowling Green; Senior: 6’2″ 310
34. Andrew Miller, C/OG – Virginia Tech; Senior: 6’4″ 305
35. Jay Finch, C – Georgia Tech; **Senior: 6’2″ 285
36. Nate Richards, C – Rice; **Senior: 6’3″ 300
37. Whit Barnes, C – Wake Forest; **Senior: 6’3″ 300
38. Andre Huval, C – Louisiana-Lafayette; Senior: 6’1″ 290
39. Ashton Miller, C – Eastern Washington; Senior: 6’1″ 300
40. Mark Brazinski, C – California; **Senior: 6’2″ 305
41. Luke Bowanko, C – Virginia; **Senior: 6’5″ 305
42. Terry Davisson, C – Western Michigan; **Senior: 6’5″ 302
43. Lars Bramer, C – Fresno State; **Senior: 6’5″ 282
44. Mustafa Johnson, C – Florida Atlantic; Senior: 6’3″ 295
45. Matt Crisafi, C – William & Mary; **Senior: 6’3″ 302
46. Sean Boyle, C/OG/LS – Temple; **Senior: 6’5″ 305 (XXXX)
47. Zach Morgan, C – Tulane; **Senior: 6’2″ 300
48. Ty Howle, C/OG/LS – Penn State; **Senior: 6’0″ 292
49. Elliot Bosch, C – Washington State; **Senior: 6’4″ 280
50. Gavin Howard, C – Kansas; **Senior: 6’4″ 300

DE:
1. Jadeveon Clowney, DE/OLB – South Carolina; *Junior: 6’6″ 268
2. Kony Ealy, DE/OLB – Missouri; **Junior: 6’5″ 275
3. Stephon Tuitt, DE/DT – Notre Dame; *Junior: 6’5″ 302
4. Trent Murphy, DE/OLB – Stanford; **Senior: 6’6″ 245
5. Trevor Reilly, DE/OLB – Utah; **Senior: 6’5″ 255
6. Scott Crichton, DE/OLB – Oregon State; **Junior: 6’3″ 262
7. Jackson Jeffcoat, DE/OLB – Texas; Senior 6’5″ 260
8. Kareem Martin, DE – UNC; Senior: 6’6″ 260
9. Chris Smith, DE/OLB – Arkansas; Senior: 6’2″ 250
10. Demarcus Lawrence, DE/OLB – Boise State; **Junior: 6’3″ 245
11. Marcus Smith, DE/OLB – Louisville; Senior: 6’3″ 252
12. Jeoffrey Pagan, DE/DT – Alabama; *Junior: 6’4″ 290
13. Aaron Lynch, DE/OLB – South Florida; **Sophomore: 6’6″ 262 (CHA)
14. James Gayle, DE/OLB – Virginia Tech; Senior: 6’4″ 260
15. Ed Stinson, DE/DT – Alabama; **Senior: 6’4″ 280
16. Cassius March, DE – UCLA; Senior: 6’4″ 295
17. Chaz Sutton, DE/OLB – South Carolina; **Senior: 6’5″ 248
18. Larry Webster, DE/OLB/TE – Bloomsburg; **Senior: 6’4″ 240
19. Ethan Westbrooks, DE – West Texas A&M; Senior: 6’4″ 275
20. Taylor Hart, DE/DT – Oregon; **Senior: 6’6″ 290
21. Chidera Uzo-Diribe, DE/OLB – Colorado; Senior: 6’3″ 250
22. Will Clarke, DE/DT – WVU; Senior: 6’6″ 270
23. Ben Gardner, DE/DT – Stanford; **Senior: 6’4″ 280 (XXXX)
24. Colton Underwood, DE/OLB – Illinois State; Senior: 6’3″ 255
25. Ryne Giddins, DE – South Florida; Senior: 6’3″ 265
26. Josh Mauro, DE – Stanford; **Senior: 6’6″ 282
27. Zach Moore, DE/DT – Concordia-St. Paul; **Senior: 6’6″ 285
28. Walker May, DE/OLB – Vanderbilt; **Senior: 6’5″ 250
29. Jamil Merrell, DE/OLB/ATH – Rutgers; **Senior: 6’3″ 255 (XXXX)
30. IK Enemkpali, DE/OLB – Louisiana Tech; **Senior: 6’1″ 272
31. Kenny Anunike, DE/TE – Duke; **Senior: 6’4″ 260
32. Colby Way, DE/DT – Buffalo; Senior: 6’3″ 275
33. Jason Ankrah, DE – Nebraska; Senior: 6’4″ 265
34. Tevin Mims, DE/OLB – South Florida; Senior: 6’3″ 246
35. Kristopher Redding, DE – Wake Forest; **Senior: 6’4″ 265
36. JR Collins, DE/OLB – Virginia Tech; **Senior: 6’2″ 260
37. DJ Yendrey, DE/DT – Texas State; **Senior” 6’3″ 272
38. Jake Metz, DE – Shippensburg; Senior: 6’6″ 245
39. Chris McAllister, DE/OLB/ILB – Baylor: **Senior: 6’2″ 255
40. Darryl Cato-Bishop, DE – NC State; **Senior: 6’3″ 265 (XXXX)
41. Terrence Fede, DE/DT – Marist; **Senior: 6’3″ 285
42. Elhadji Ndiaye, DE/OLB – Nebraska-Kearney; **Senior: 6’4″ 245
43. Corey Miller, DE/DT – Tennessee; Senior: 6’3″ 265
44. Chris Schaudt, DE – Minnesota State; Senior: 6’3″ 270
45. Kerry Wynn, DE – Richmond; **Senior: 6’5″ 268
46. Nosa Eguae, DE – Auburn; **Senior: 6’2″ 270
47. Emanuel Dieke, DE – Georgia Tech; **Senior: 6’6″ 270
48. David Gilbert, DE – Miami (FL); **Senior: 6’4″ 255
49. Reggie Wilson, DE/OLB – Texas; Senior: 6’3″ 255
50. Tyler Scott, DE – Northwestern; Senior: 6’4″ 265
51. Jeremiah Taylor, DE – Marshall; Senior: 6’3″ 255
52. Rakim Cox, DE – Villanova; **Senior: 6’4″ 265
53. Chris McCain, DE/OLB – California; **Junior: 6’5″ 250 (XXXX)
54. Pat Muldoon, DE – Wisconsin; **Senior: 6’3″ 270
55. Davon Coleman, DE/DT – Arizona State; Senior: 6’2″ 282
56. Iosua Siliva, DE – Austin Peay; Senior: 6’4″ 278
57. Lee Pegues, DE/DT – East Carolina; Senior: 6’2″ 292
58. Jesse Joseph, DE – U Conn; **Senior: 6’3″ 255
59. Andy Jennings, DE/DT – Fresno State; Senior: 6’2′ 275
60. Tim Kynard, DE/DT – Illinois; **Senior: 6’3″ 270
61. Ethan Hemer, DE/DT – Wisconsin; **Senior: 6’6″ 285
62. Shayon Green, DE/OLB – Miami (FL); **Senior: 6’2″ 265
63. Julius Warmsley, DE/DT – Tulane; Senior: 6’1″ 270
64. Cameron Whigham, DE/OLB – Mississippi; **Senior: 6’2″ 255
65. Cole Jirik, DE/OLB – North Dakota State; **Senior: 6’4″ 245
66. Dominic Alvis, DE – Iowa; **Senior: 6’3″ 265
67. Cody Bauer, DE – Rice; **Senior: 6’5″ 248
68. Zach Thompson, DE – Wake Forest; **Senior: 6’5′ 265
69. Gannon Conway, DE/DT – Arizona State; **Senior: 6’3″ 280
70. Blake Oliaro, DE/OLB – San Diego; **Senior: 6’5″ 250
71. Doug Peete, DE/OLB – South Dakota State; Senior: 6’3″ 255
72. Zeke Riser, DE/DT – Maryland; **Senior: 6’3″ 275
73. Parker Holloway, DE/OLB – UNLV; Senior: 6’3″ 240
74. Kasim Edebali, DE/OLB – Boston College; Senior: 6’2″ 245
75. Denico Autry, DE/OLB – Mississippi State; Senior: 6’4″ 265
76. Kenneth Carter, DE/DT – Auburn; Senior: 6’3″ 280
77. Jacques Smith, DE/OLB – Tennessee; Senior: 6’2″ 242 (XXXX)
78. Paul Crawford, DE – Florida International; Senior: 6’7″ 270 (XXXX)

DT:
1. Aaron Donald, DT/DE – Pittsburgh; Senior: 6’0″ 285
2. Timmy Jernigan, DT – Florida State; *Junior: 6’2″ 298
3. Louis Nix, DT/NT – Notre Dame; **Junior: 6’3″ 335 (XXXX – MCL)
4. Ra’Shede Hageman, DT/DE – Minnesota; **Senior: 6’6″ 310
5. Dominique Easley, DT/DE – Florida; Senior: 6’2″ 280 (XXXX – ACL)
6. Ego Ferguson, DT/DE – LSU; **Junior: 6’3″ 308
7. Kelcy Quarles, DT/DE – South Carolina; *Junior: 6’3″ 298
8. Will Sutton, DT/DE – Arizona State; **Senior: 6’2″ 270
9. Anthony Johnson, DT – LSU; *Junior: 6’3″ 305
10. DaQuan Jones, DT – Penn State; Senior: 6’3″ 318
11. Shamar Stephen, DT/DE – U Conn; **Senior: 6’5″ 312
12. Daniel McCullers, DT/NT – Tennessee; Senior: 6’6″ 350
13. George Uko, DT/DE – USC; **Junior: 6’3″ 285
14. Khyri Thornton, DT – Southern Mississippi; **Senior: 6’3″ 300
15. Demonte McAllister, DT/DE – Florida State; **Senior: 6’2″ 290
16. DeAndre Coleman, DT/DE – California; Senior: 6’5″ 308
17. Caraun Reid, DT – Princeton; **Senior: 6’2″ 305
18. Justin Ellis, DT/NT – Louisiana Tech: **Senior: 6’2″ 348
19. Brent Urban, DT/DE – Virginia; Senior: 6’7″ 295
20. Ryan Carrethers, DT/NT – Arkansas State; **Senior: 6’1″ 325
21. Calvin Barnett, DT – Oklahoma State; Senior: 6’2″ 300
22. Bruce Gaston, DT/DE – Purdue; Senior: 6’2″ 310
23. Eathyn Manumaleuna, DT/DE – BYU; **Senior: 6’2″ 295 (XXXX)
24. Jay Bromley, DT/DE – Syracuse; Senior: 6’3″ 285
25. Kerry Hyder, DT/DE – Texas Tech; **Senior: 6’2″ 280
26. Garrison Smith, DT/DE – Georgia; Senior: 6’3″ 295
27. Zack Kerr, DT/NT – Delaware; **Senior: 6’1″ 330
28. Ashton Dorsey, DT – Lamar; Senior: 6’2″ 295
29. Ken Bishop, DT – Northern Illinois; Senior: 6’1″ 308
30. Beau Allen, DT/NT – Wisconsin; Senior: 6’3″ 325
31. Chris Whaley, DT/DE – Texas; **Senior: 6’3″ 295 (XXXX)
32. Lawrence Virgil, DT/DE – Valdosta State; Senior: 6’4″ 285
33. Bryan Jones, DT – Arkansas; Senior: 6’2″ 315
34. Viliami Moala, DT/NT – California; *Junior: 6’2″ 340
35. Jeffery Whitaker, DT – Auburn; Senior: 6’4″ 310 (XXXX)
36. Ricky Havili-Heimuli, DT/DE – Oregon; Senior: 6’4″ 312
37. Maurice Couch, DT/DE – Tennessee (XX); **Senior: 6’1″ 305 (CHA)
38. Tim Jackson, DT/DE – UNC; Senior: 6’4″ 285
39. Jamie Meder, DT – Ashland; Senior: 6’2′ 305
40. Tenny Palepoi, DT – Utah; Senior: 6’1″ 300
41. Wade Keliikipi, DT – Oregon; **Senior: 6’3″ 305
42. EJ Dunston, DT – Central Florida; Senior: 6’2″ 298
43. Ricky Tjong-A-Tjoe, DT – Boise State; **Senior: 6’3″ 300
44. Kaleb Ramsey, DT/DE – Boston College; **Senior: 6’2″ 285
45. Robert Thomas, DT – Arkansas; **Senior: 6’2″ 325 (XXXX)
46. Chris Davenport, DT/NT – Tulane; **Senior: 6’3″ 330
47. Johnnie Farms, DT – Memphis; **Senior: 6’3″ 300 (XXXX)
48. Derrick Hopkins, DT – Virginia Tech; Senior: 6’0″ 312
49. Kamal Johnson, DT/DE – Temple; **Senior: 6’4″ 310
50. Damien Jacobs, DT – Florida; Senior: 6’2″ 300
51. Donte Rumph, DT – Kentucky; Senior: 6’3″ 320
52. Luther Robinson, DT – Miami (FL); **Senior: 6’3″ 295
53. Quinton Washington, DT – Michigan; **Senior: 6’3″ 300
54. Carlos Gray, DT – NC State; **Sophomore: 6’3″ 295
55. Jimmy Staten, DT – Middle Tennessee State; **Senior: 6’4″ 305
56. Brandon McCray, DT – Louisiana-Lafayette; **Senior: 6’4″ 318
57. Jacobbi McDaniel, DT – Florida State; **Senior: 6’0″ 295
58. Sullivan Grosz, DT – Cal Poly; Senior: 6’3″ 295
59. Jordan Stepp, DT – Cincinnati; **Senior: 6’0″ 285
60. Curtis Porter, DT/NT – Miami (FL); **Senior: 6’1″ 325
61. Shaq Rowell, DT – WVU; **Senior: 6’3″ 305
62. Seali’i Epenesa, DT/NT – UCLA; Senior: 6’2″ 322
63. Thad Randle, DT – Nebraska; **Senior: 6’1″ 290
64. Levi Brown, DT – Temple; **Senior: 6’2″ 300
65. Nathan Ollie, DT – Ball State; Senior: 6’0″ 295

3/4 DE:
1. Aaron Donald, DT/DE – Pittsburgh; Senior: 6’0″ 285
2. Stephon Tuitt, DE/DT – Notre Dame; *Junior: 6’5″ 302
3. Ra’Shede Hageman, DT/DE – Minnesota; **Senior: 6’6″ 310
4. Dominique Easley, DT/DE – Florida; Senior: 6’2″ 280 (XXXX – ACL)
5. Ego Ferguson, DT/DE – LSU; **Junior: 6’3″ 308
6. Kelcy Quarles, DT/DE – South Carolina; *Junior: 6’3″ 298
7. Will Sutton, DT/DE – Arizona State; **Senior: 6’2″ 270
8. Jeoffrey Pagan, DE/DT – Alabama; *Junior: 6’4″ 290
9. Shamar Stephen, DT/DE – U Conn; **Senior: 6’5″ 312
10. George Uko, DT/DE – USC; **Junior: 6’3″ 285
11. Ed Stinson, DE/DT – Alabama; **Senior: 6’4″ 280
12. Demonte McAllister, DT/DE – Florida State; **Senior: 6’2″ 290
13. DeAndre Coleman, DT/DE – California; Senior: 6’5″ 308
14. Taylor Hart, DE/DT – Oregon; **Senior: 6’6″ 290
15. Brent Urban, DT/DE – Virginia; Senior: 6’7″ 295
16. Will Clarke, DE/DT – WVU; Senior: 6’6″ 270
17. Ben Gardner, DE/DT – Stanford; **Senior: 6’4″ 280 (XXXX)
18. Bruce Gaston, DT/DE – Purdue; Senior: 6’2″ 310
19. Zach Moore, DE/DT – Concordia-St. Paul; **Senior: 6’6″ 285
20. Colby Way, DE/DT – Buffalo; Senior: 6’3″ 275
21. Eathyn Manumaleuna, DT/DE – BYU; **Senior: 6’2″ 295 (XXXX)
22. Jay Bromley, DT/DE – Syracuse; Senior: 6’3″ 285
23. DJ Yendrey, DE/DT – Texas State; **Senior” 6’3″ 272
24. Terrence Fede, DE/DT – Marist; **Senior: 6’3″ 285
25. Kerry Hyder, DT/DE – Texas Tech; **Senior: 6’2″ 280
26. Garrison Smith, DT/DE – Georgia; Senior: 6’3″ 295
27. Chris Whaley, DT/DE – Texas; **Senior: 6’3″ 295 (XXXX)
28. Lawrence Virgil, DT/DE – Valdosta State; Senior: 6’4″ 285
29. Ricky Havili-Heimuli, DT/DE – Oregon; Senior: 6’4″ 312
30. Maurice Couch, DT/DE – Tennessee (XX); **Senior: 6’1″ 305 (CHA)
31. Tim Jackson, DT/DE – UNC; Senior: 6’4″ 285
32. Corey Miller, DE/DT – Tennessee; Senior: 6’3″ 265
33. Kaleb Ramsey, DT/DE – Boston College; **Senior: 6’2″ 285
34. Davon Coleman, DE/DT – Arizona State; Senior: 6’2″ 282
35. Lee Pegues, DE/DT – East Carolina; Senior: 6’2″ 292
36. Kamal Johnson, DT/DE – Temple; **Senior: 6’4″ 310
37. Andy Jennings, DE/DT – Fresno State; Senior: 6’2′ 275
38. Tim Kynard, DE/DT – Illinois; **Senior: 6’3″ 270
39. Ethan Hemer, DE/DT – Wisconsin; **Senior: 6’6″ 285
40. Julius Warmsley, DE/DT – Tulane; Senior: 6’1″ 270

OLB:
1. Khalil Mack, OLB/DE – Buffalo; **Senior: 6’3″ 245
2. Anthony Barr, OLB/DE – UCLA; Senior: 6’4″ 248
3. Dee Ford, OLB/DE – Auburn; **Senior: 6’2″ 240
4. Ryan Shazier, OLB – Ohio State; *Junior: 6’2″ 230
5. Telvin Smith, OLB – Florida State; Senior: 6’2″ 220
6. Adrian Hubbard, OLB/DE – Alabama; **Junior: 6’5″ 250
7. Kyle Van Noy, OLB/DE/MLB – BYU; **Senior: 6’3″ 235
8. Christian Jones, OLB/MLB/DE – Florida State; Senior: 6’4″ 240 (CHA)
9. Carl Bradford, OLB/MLB – Arizona State; **Junior: 6’1″ 242
10. Jeremiah Attaochu, OLB/DE – Georgia Tech; Senior: 6’2″ 240
11. Michael Sam, OLB/DE – Missouri; **Senior: 6’2″ 255
12. Derrell Johnson, OLB/DE – East Carolina; Senior: 6’2″ 262
13. Morgan Breslin, OLB/DE – USC; Senior: 6’2″ 255 (XXXX)
14. Jordan Zumwalt, OLB/MLB – UCLA; Senior: 6’3″ 235
15. Christian Kirksey, OLB/MLB – Iowa; Senior: 6’2″ 235
16. Ronald Powell, OLB/DE – Florida; **Junior: 6’3″ 240
17. Jordan Tripp, OLB/MLB – Montana; **Senior: 6’3″ 238
18. Prince Shembo, OLB/MLB – Notre Dame; Senior: 6’2″ 250
19. Jonathan Brown, OLB/MLB – Illinois; Senior: 6’1″ 230
20. Devon Kennard, OLB/MLB/DE – USC; **Senior: 6’3″ 255
21. Khairi Fortt, OLB/MLB – California; **Junior: 6’2″ 235 (XXXX)
22. Kasim Edebali, OLB – Boston College; Senior: 6’2″ 248
23. Denicos Allen, OLB/SS – Michigan State; Senior: 6’0″ 230
24. Shaquil Barrett, OLB/DE/MLB – Colorado State; Senior: 6’2″ 250 (XXXX)
25. Howard Jones, OLB/DE – Shepherd; **Senior: 6’2″ 235
26. Kevin Pierre-Louis, OLB/SS – Boston College; Senior: 6’1″ 225
27. Jonathan Newsome, OLB/DE – Ball State; **Senior: 6’2″ 235
28. Boseko Lokombo, OLB/MLB – Oregon; **Senior: 6’3′ 230
29. Tyler Starr, OLB/DE – South Dakota; Senior: 6’4″ 242
30. Jayrone Elliott, OLB/DE – Toledo; Senior: 6’3″ 240
31. Brad Daly, OLB/DE – Montana State; Senior: 6’1″ 240
32. Marcus Whitfield, OLB – Maryland; **Senior: 6’2″ 250
33. Marquis Flowers, OLB/SS – Arizona; Senior: 6’2″ 232
34. Vince Buhagiar, OLB/MLB – San Jose State; Senior: 6’3″ 238 (XXXX)
35. Xavius Boyd, OLB/MLB – Western Kentucky; Senior: 6’1″ 242
36. Spencer Shuey, OLB/MLB – Clemson; **Senior: 6’2″ 250
37. Brian Blechen, OLB/SS – Utah; Senior: 6’2″ 225 (XXXX)
38. Anthony Hitchens, OLB/MLB – Iowa; Senior: 6’1″ 225
39. Mike Olson, OLB/MLB – Wake Forest; **Senior: 6’2″ 230
40. Carlos Fields Jr., OLB – Winston-Salem; **Senior: 6’2″ 225
41. Corey Nelson, OLB/S – Oklahoma; Senior: 6’1″ 225 (XXXX)
42. Johnny Millard, OLB – Cal Poly; Senior: 6’2″ 232
43. Tahj Jones, OLB/SS – LSU; **Senior: 6’2″ 210
44. Terrance Bullitt, OLB/SS – Texas Tech; **Senior: 6’2″ 220 (XXXX)
45. Shaun Lewis, OLB – Oklahoma State; Senior: 5’11″ 225
46. Darrin Kitchens, OLB/MLB – Florida; Senior: 6’2″ 238
47. Junior Onyeali, OLB/DE/MLB – Arizona State; Senior: 5’11′ 240
48. Nate Askew, OLB – Texas A&M; Senior: 6’3″ 238
49. Carl Fleming, OLB – Indiana (PA); **Senior: 6’1″ 225
50. Brandon Watts, OLB/MLB – Georgia Tech; **Senior: 6’2″ 235
51. Keenan Graham, OLB/DE – UCLA; **Senior: 6’1″ 255
52. Dontavis Sapp, OLB – Tennessee; Senior: 6’2″ 228
53. David Mackall, OLB – Delaware; Senior: 6’3″ 228
54. TJ Stripling, OLB/DE – Georgia; Senior: 6’5″ 238
55. Dorian Bell, OLB – Duquesne; **Senior: 6’0″ 225
56. Tariq Edwards, OLB – Virginia Tech; **Senior: 6’2″ 235
57. Eddie Lackey, OLB – Baylor; Senior: 5’11″ 220
58. Tana Patrick, OLB – Alabama; **Senior: 6’2″ 238
59. Steven Jenkins, OLB – Texas A&M; **Senior: 6’2″ 220
60. Tre Walker, OLB – Kansas State; Senior: 6’2″ 225
61. Deontae Skinner, OLB – Mississippi State; **Senior: 6’1″ 248
62. Kevin Greene, OLB/DE/TE – USC; **Senior: 6’3″ 255

3/4 OLB:
1. Jadeveon Clowney, DE/OLB – South Carolina; *Junior: 6’6″ 268
2. Khalil Mack, OLB/DE – Buffalo; **Senior: 6’3″ 245
3. Anthony Barr, OLB/DE – UCLA; Senior: 6’5″ 240
4. Kony Ealy, DE/OLB – Missouri; **Junior: 6’5″ 275
5. Trent Murphy, DE/OLB – Stanford; **Senior: 6’6″ 245
6. Trevor Reilly, DE/OLB – Utah; **Senior: 6’5″ 255
7. Dee Ford, OLB/DE – Auburn; **Senior: 6’2″ 240
8. Adrian Hubbard, OLB/DE – Alabama; **Junior: 6’5″ 250
9. Kyle Van Noy, OLB/DE/ILB – BYU; **Senior: 6’3″ 235
10. Scott Crichton, DE/OLB – Oregon State; **Junior: 6’3″ 262
11. Jackson Jeffcoat, DE/OLB – Texas; Senior 6’5″ 260
12. Chris Smith, DE/OLB – Arkansas; Senior: 6’2″ 250
13. Christian Jones, OLB/MLB/DE – Florida State; Senior: 6’4″ 240 (CHA)
14. Marcus Smith, DE/OLB – Louisville; Senior: 6’3″ 252
15. Michael Sam, OLB/DE – Missouri; **Senior: 6’2″ 255
16. Aaron Lynch, DE/OLB – South Florida; **Sophomore: 6’6″ 262 (CHA)
17. James Gayle, DE/OLB – Virginia Tech; Senior: 6’4″ 260
18. Demarcus Lawrence, DE/OLB – Boise State; **Junior: 6’3″ 245
19. Jeremiah Attaochu, OLB/DE – Georgia Tech; Senior: 6’2″ 240
20. Chaz Sutton, DE/OLB – South Carolina; **Senior: 6’5″ 248
21. Larry Webster, DE/OLB/TE – Bloomsburg; **Senior: 6’4″ 240
22. Derrell Johnson, OLB/DE – East Carolina; Senior: 6’2″ 262
23. Morgan Breslin, OLB/DE – USC; Senior: 6’2″ 255 (XXXX)
24. Ronald Powell, OLB/DE – Florida; **Junior: 6’3″ 240
25. Chidera Uzo-Diribe, DE/OLB – Colorado; Senior: 6’3″ 250
26. Colton Underwood, DE/OLB – Illinois State; Senior: 6’3″ 255
27. Devon Kennard, OLB/MLB/DE – USC; **Senior: 6’3″ 255
28. Walker May, DE/OLB – Vanderbilt; **Senior: 6’5″ 250
29. Jamil Merrell, DE/OLB/ATH – Rutgers; **Senior: 6’3″ 255 (XXXX)
30. Shaquil Barrett, OLB/DE/ILB – Colorado State; Senior: 6’2″ 250 (XXXX)
31. Howard Jones, OLB/DE – Shepherd; **Senior: 6’2″ 235
32. IK Enemkpali, DE/OLB – Louisiana Tech; **Senior: 6’1″ 272
33. Jonathan Newsome, OLB/DE – Ball State; **Senior: 6’2″ 235
34. Tevin Mims, DE/OLB – South Florida; Senior: 6’3″ 246
35. Tyler Starr, OLB/DE – South Dakota; Senior: 6’4″ 242
36. JR Collins, DE/OLB – Virginia Tech; **Senior: 6’2″ 260
37. Chris McAllister, DE/OLB/ILB – Baylor: **Senior: 6’2″ 255
38. Jayrone Elliott, OLB/DE – Toledo; Senior: 6’3″ 240
39. Brad Daly, OLB/DE – Montana State; Senior: 6’1″ 240
40. Elhadji Ndiaye, DE/OLB – Nebraska-Kearney; **Senior: 6’4″ 245
41. Kasim Edebali, DE/OLB – Boston College; Senior: 6’2″ 245
42. Denico Autry, DE/OLB – Mississippi State; Senior: 6’4″ 265
43. Junior Onyeali, OLB/DE/ILB – Arizona State; Senior: 5’11″ 240
44. Keenan Graham, OLB/DE – UCLA; **Senior: 6’1″ 255
45. Reggie Wilson, DE/OLB – Texas; Senior: 6’3″ 255
46. Jacques Smith, DE/OLB – Tennessee; Senior: 6’2″ 242 (XXXX)
47. TJ Stripling, OLB/DE – Georgia; Senior: 6’5″ 238
48. Kevin Greene, OLB/DE/TE – USC; **Senior: 6’3″ 255

MLB/ILB:
1. CJ Mosley, MLB/OLB – Alabama; Senior: 6’2″ 235
2. Chris Borland, MLB – Wisconsin; **Senior: 5’11″ 250
3. Shayne Skov, MLB – Stanford; **Senior: 6’3″ 250
4. Yawin Smallwood, MLB/OLB – U Conn; **Junior: 6’2″ 235
5. Lamin Barrow, MLB/OLB – LSU; **Senior: 6’1″ 232
6. DeDe Lattimore, MLB/OLB – South Florida; **Senior: 6’0″ 238
7. Max Bullough, MLB – Michigan State; Senior: 6’3″ 252
8. Preston Brown, MLB – Louisville; Senior: 6’0″ 255
9. Andrew Jackson, MLB – Western Kentucky (XX); Senior: 6’1″ 260 (CHA)
10. Glenn Carson, MLB – Penn State; **Senior: 6’3″ 238
11. James Morris, MLB – Iowa; Senior: 6’1″ 240
12. Jeremiah George, MLB/OLB – Iowa State; Senior: 5’11″ 220
13. Greg Blair, MLB – Cincinnati; **Senior: 6’1″ 252
14. Uani ‘Devin’ Unga, MLB – BYU; **Senior: 6’1″ 232
15. Avery Williamson, MLB – Kentucky; Senior: 6’1″ 242
16. Chris Young, MLB – Arizona State; Senior: 6’0″ 242
17. Caleb Lavey, MLB – OKlahoma State; Senior; 6’3″ 240
18. Keith Smith, OLB/MLB – San Jose State; Senior: 6’1″ 230
19. Steele Divitto, MLB – Boston College; Senior: 6’2″ 238
20. Stephon Robertson, MLB/OLB – James Madison; **Senior: 5’11″ 228
21. Brock Coyle, MLB – Montana; **Senior: 6’1″ 245
22. Nate Dreiling, MLB – Pittsburg State; **Senior: 6’3″ 232
23. Jack Tyler, MLB – Virginia Tech; **Senior: 5’11″ 230
24. Marquis Spruill, MLB/OLB – Syracuse; Senior: 6’1″ 220
25. Dan Fox, MLB – Notre Dame; **Senior: 6’2″ 240
26. Roosevelt Nix, MLB – Kent State; Senior: 5’11″ 265
27. Damien Proby, MLB – Northwestern; **Senior: 6’0″ 245
28. Cqulin Hubert, MLB – SE Louisiana; Senior: 6’1″ 250
29. Mike Marry, MLB – Mississippi; **Senior: 6’2″ 248
30. Chase Garnham, MLB – Vanderbilt; Senior: 6’2″ 235
31. Brandon Denmark, MLB/OLB – Florida A&M; Senior: 6’3″ 230
32. Carlo Calabrese, MLB – Notre Dame; **Senior: 6’1″ 250
33. Brendan Beal, MLB – Minnesota; Senior: 6’2″ 250 (XXXX)
34. Justin Anderson, MLB – Louisiana-Lafayette; Senior: 6’2″ 232
35. James Gaines, MLB – Miami (FL); Senior: 6’2″ 240
36. DT Shackelford, MLB – Mississippi; **Senior: 6’1″ 245
37. Shawn Jackson, MLB Tulsa; **Senior: 6’0″ 250
38. Telvion Clark, MLB – Towson; **Senior: 6’1″ 230
39. Jake Fischer, MLB/OLB – Arizona; **Senior: 5’11″ 222
40. Jarrett Lake, MLB/OLB/ATH – Arkansas; Senior: 6’2″ 225
41. Andrew Wilson, MLB – Missouri; **Senior: 6’3″ 240
42. Clarence Bumpas, MLB – Northern Colorado; **Senior: 6’1″ 245
43. Jack Doughty, MLB – Utah State; **Senior: 6’0″ 230
44. Derrick Webb, MLB/OLB – Colorado; **Senior: 5’11″ 225
45. Tanner Brock, MLB – Sam Houston State; Senior: 6’2″ 250

CB:
1. Justin Gilbert, CB/FS/KR – Oklahoma State; Senior: 6’0″ 195
2. Darqueze Dennard, CB – Michigan State; Senior: 5’11″ 190
3. Kyle Fuller, CB/FS/SS – Virginia Tech; Senior: 6’0″ 180 (XXXX)
4. Jason Verrett, CB/KR – TCU; Senior: 5’10″ 182
5. Marcus Roberson, CB/KR – Florida; *Junior: 6’0″ 180 (CHA)
6. Bradley Roby, CB – Ohio State; **Junior: 5’11″ 190 (CHA)
7. Louchiez Purifoy, CB/KR/WR – Florida; *Junior: 6’0″ 190
8. Victor Hampton, CB/FS/KR – South Carolina; **Junior: 5’10″ 198
9. Pierre Desir, CB/FS/KR – Lindenwood; **Senior: 6’1″ 205
10. Stanley Jean-Baptiste, CB/FS/ATH – Nebraska; Senior: 6’2″ 220
11. Keith McGill, CB/FS – Utah; **Senior: 6’2″ 205
12. Bashaud Breeland, CB/FS – Clemson; **Junior: 6’0″ 195
13. EJ Gaines, CB/FS – Missouri; Senior: 5’10″ 190
14. Terrance Mitchell, CB/FS – Oregon; **Junior: 6’0′ 190
15. Ross Cockrell, CB/KR – Duke; **Senior: 6’0″ 182
16. Chris Davis, CB/KR – Auburn; Senior: 5’11″ 200
17. Jaylen Watkins, CB/FS – Florida; Senior: 6’0″ 188
18. Antone Exum, CB/SS/FS – Virginia Tech; **Senior: 6’1″ 225 (XXXX)
19. Rashaad Reynolds, CB/KR – Oregon State; **Senior: 5’11″ 185
20. Deion Belue, CB – Alabama; Senior: 5’11″ 180
21. Nevin Lawson, CB/KR – Utah State; Senior: 5’10″ 185
22. Walt Aikens, CB – Liberty; Senior: 6’1″ 205
23. Aaron Colvin, CB/FS/SS – Oklahoma; Senior: 6’0″ 182 (XXXX)
24. Bene Bewikere, CB/FS/SS – San Jose State; Senior: 6’0″ 192
25. Carrington Byndom, CB – Texas; Senior: 6’0″ 185
26. Bennett Jackson, CB/KR/WR – Notre Dame: Senior: 6’0″ 185
27. Marcus Williams, CB/FS – North Dakota State; **Senior: 5’11″ 195
28. Ricardo Allen, CB – Purdue; Senior: 5’9″ 175
29. Andre Hal, CB/FS – Vanderbilt; Senior: 6’0″ 185
30. Lavelle Westbrooks, CB/FS – Georgia Southern; Senior: 6’0″ 185
31. Phillip Gaines, CB – Rice; **Senior: 6’0″ 185
32. Kameron Jackson, CB/KR – California; *Junior: 5’9″ 175
33. Brandon Dixon, CB/FS – NW Missouri State; Senior: 6’0″ 198
34. Ciante Evans, CB/FS – Nebraska; Senior: 5’10″ 190
35. Dexter McDougle, CB/FS/KR – Maryland; **Senior: 5’10″ 195 (XXXX)
36. Shaquille Richardson, CB/FS – Arizona; Senior: 6’1″ 188
37. Osahon Irabor, CB – Arizona State; **Senior: 5’11″ 188
38. Kendall James, CB/KR – Maine; Senior: 5’10′ 175
39. Jabari Price, CB/FS – UNC; Senior: 6’0″ 190
40. Keon Lyn, CB/FS – Syracuse; Senior: 6’0″ 195 (XXXX)
41. Nick Addison, CB/FS – Bethune-Cookman: *Junior: 6’1″ 182
42. Keith Reaser, CB/FS – Florida Atlantic; **Senior: 5’11″ 190
43. Damante Horton, CB – Washington State; Senior: 5’10″ 178
44. Travis Carrie, CB/FS/KR – Ohio; **Senior: 6’0″ 210
45. Anthony Goodwin, CB – Montana; Senior: 6’0″ 180
46. Zachary McMillian, CB – Houston; Senior: 5’10″ 178
47. Jordan Love, CB/FS/WR – Towson; **Senior: 6’0″ 182
48. Najja Johnson, CB/FS – Buffalo; Senior: 5’11″ 188
49. Jimmy Legree, CB/FS – South Carolina; **Senior: 5’11″ 190
50. John Fulton, CB/FS – Alabama; Senior: 6’0″ 188
51. Demetri Goodson, CB – Baylor; **Senior: 5’11” 200
52. Torin Harris, CB/FS – USC; **Senior: 6’0″ 180
53. TJ Lee III, CB/KR – Eastern Washington; Senior: 5’9″ 190
54. LJ Jones, CB – Fresno State; **Senior: 5’10″ 180
55. Kenneth Acker, CB/FS/SS/KR – SMU; Senior: 6’0″ 195
56. Jeremy Brown, CB – Florida; **Senior: 5’10″ 185
57. Todd Washington, CB/FS – SE Louisiana; Senior: 5’11″ 190
58. BJ Lowery , CB – Iowa; Senior: 5’10″ 192
59. Louis Young, CB/FS/SS – Georgia Tech; Senior: 6’0″ 195
60. Barry Browning, CB – Stanford; Senior: 6’0″ 188
61. Deron Wilson, CB – Southern Mississippi; Senior: 5’10″ 182

FS:
1. Hasean Clinton-Dix, FS/SS – Alabama; *Junior: 6’1″ 210 (CHA)
2. Calvin Pryor, FS/SS – Louisville; *Junior: 6’2″ 208
3. Lamarcus Joyner, FS/CB/SS – Florida State; Senior: 5’8″ 195
4. Ed Reynolds, FS/SS – Stanford; **Junior: 6’2″ 208
5. Terrence Brooks, FS/SS/CB – Florida State; Senior: 5’11″ 200
6. Marqueston Huff, FS/CB/ATH – Wyoming; Senior: 5’11″ 195
7. Dion Bailey, FS/SS/OLB – USC; **Junior: 6’0″ 205
8. Kenny Ladler, FS/SS – Vaderbilt; Senior: 6’0″ 200
9. Jemea Thomas, FS/CB – Georgia Tech; **Senior: 5’9″ 195
10. Christian Bryant, FS/SS/CB – Ohio State; Senior: 5’9″ 192 (XXXX)
11. Ty Zimmerman, FS/SS/ATH – Kansas State; **Senior: 6’1″ 205
12. Jonathan Dowling, FS/SS – Western Kentucky; **Junior: 6’2″ 198
13. Tre Boston, FS/SS – UNC; Senior: 6’1″ 190
14. Dontae Johnson, FS/CB – NC State; Senior: 6’2″ 198
15. Charles Sawyer, FS/CB – Mississippi; **Senior: 5’11″ 175
16. Nickoe Whitley, FS/SS – Mississippi State; **Senior: 6’0″ 205 (XXXX – ACL)
17. Avery Patterson, FS/CB – Oregon; **Senior: 5’9″ 190
18. Pierre Warren, FS/SS – Jacksonville State; *Junior: 6’1″ 202
19. Elisha Olabode, FS/CB – TCU; Senior: 5’10″ 192
20. Isaiah Newsome, FS/SS/ATH – Louisiana-Monroe; **Senior: 5’11″ 200
21. Parker Orms, FS/SS – Colorado; **Senior: 5’11″ 190
22. Daytawion Lowe, FS/SS – Oklahoma State; **Senior: 5’11″ 205
23. Tre Porter, FS/CB – Texas Tech; Senior: 5’11″ 205
24. Damon Magazu, FS/SS – East Carolina; Senior: 5’11′ 205
25. Demetrius Wright, FS/CB – USC; Senior: 6’1″ 195
26. Matt Joyce, FS/SS – South Florida; Senior: 5’10″ 200
27. Ryan Bronson, FS – McNesse State; Senior: 6’1″ 182
28. Jacques Washington, FS/SS/OLB – Iowa State; **Senior: 6’0″ 220
29. AJ Marshall, FS/CB – Wake Forest; Senior: 5’11″ 195
30. Jeremy Deering, FS/WR/KR – Rutgers; Senior: 6’1″ 200
31. AJ Highsmith, FS/SS/ATH – Miami (FL); **Senior: 6’0″ 208
32. Abdul Smith, FS/CB – Temple; Senior: 6’0″ 205
33. Maurice Alexander, FS – Utah State; Senior: 6’1″ 212
34. Devin Wallace, FS/CB/KR – Virginia Union; **Senior: 5’11″ 205
35. Gabe Lynn, FS/SS/CB – Oklahoma; **Senior: 6’0′ 202
36. Dexter Linton, FS/CB – Kansas; **Senior: 5’10″ 195
37. DJ Key, FS/SS – Chattanooga; **Senior: 5’11′ 215
38. Lonnie Ballentine, FS/SS – Memphis; Senior: 6’2″ 220
39. Jeremi Wilkes, FS/CB – Syracuse; Senior: 5’9″ 190
40. Dexter Moody, FS – Albany State; **Senior: 6’1″ 208
41. Mycal Swaim, FS – Eastern Michigan; Senior: 6’4″ 210
42. Jarvis Byrd, FS/CB – NC State; **Senior: 5’10″ 190 (XXXX)
43. Ben Mathis, FS – Illinois; **Senior: 6’2″ 200
44. Gerald Demps, FS – Florida State; **Senior: 5’11” 200
45. Nick Perry, FS/SS – Alabama; Senior: 6’1″ 212

SS:
1. Jimmie Ward, SS/FS/CB – Northern Illinois; Senior: 5’11″ 192
2. Deone Bucannon, SS/OLB – Washington State; Senior: 6’1″ 192
3. Ahmad Dixon, SS – Baylor; Senior: 6’0″ 210 (CHA)
4. Vinnie Sunseri, SS/FS – Alabama; *Junior: 6’0″ 215 (XXXX)
5. Craig Loston, SS/FS – LSU; Senior: 6’2″ 205
6. Isaiah Lewis, SS/FS – Michigan State; Senior: 5’10″ 205
7. Alden Darby, SS/FS/CB – Arizona State; Senior: 5’10″ 192
8. Hakeem Smith, SS/FS – Louisville; **Senior: 6’1″ 180
9. Sean Parker, SS/FS – Washington; Senior: 5’10″ 195
10. CJ Barnett, SS/FS – Ohio State; Senior: 6’0″ 200
11. Nat Berhe, SS/FS – San Diego State; **Senior: 5’10″ 195
12. Brock Vereen, SS/CB/FS – Minnesota; Senior: 5’11″ 202
13. Daniel Sorensen, SS/FS – BYU; **Senior: 6’1″ 215
14. Dezmen Southward, SS/FS – Wisconsin; **Senior: 6’2″ 215
15. Deron Furr, SS/OLB – Fort Valley State; **Senior: 6’2″ 215
16. Darwin Cook, SS/FS – WVU; **Senior: 5’11″ 202
17. Brian Jackson, SS/FS – Oregon; **Senior: 5’10″ 198
18. Jason Hendricks, SS/CB/FS – Pittsburgh; **Senior: 5’11″ 190
19. Jerry ‘BooBoo’ Gates, SS/KR – Bowling Green; Senior: 5’11″ 220
20. Tanner Miller, SS/FS/OLB – Iowa; Senior: 6’1″ 200
21. Malcolm Willis, SS/FS – Penn State; **Senior: 5’11″ 210
22. Shamiel Gary, SS/FS – Oklahoma State; **Senior: 6’0″ 210
23. JaQuez Jenkins, SS/FS – South Florida; **Senior: 6’2″ 190
24. Adrian Phillips, SS/CB/FS – Texas; Senior: 5’11″ 210
25. Nick Williams, SS/OLB – North Alabama; **Senior: 6’2″ 218
26. Sam Holl, SS/FS – Baylor – Senior: 6’1″ 210
27. Isaiah Johnson, SS/FS – Georgia Tech; Senior: 6’2″ 210 (XXXX)
28. Jestin Love, SS/FS – Central Arkansas; **Senior: 6’0″ 208
29. Johnnie Simon, SS/OLB – Western Michigan; Senior: 6’0″ 198
30. Demetruce McNeal, SS/FS – West Alabama; Senior: 6’1″ 195
31. Cameron Loeffler, SS/FS – Jackson State; Senior: 6’0″ 208
32. Dewey McDonald, SS – California (PA); **Senior: 6’0″ 215
33. Luke Wollet, SS/FS – Kent State; Senior: 5’11′ 198
34. Thomas Gordon, SS/FS – Michigan; **Senior: 5’11′ 210
35. Colton Valencia, SS/FS – Houston; **Senior: 5’10″ 190
36. Arryn Chenault, SS – Cincinnati; Senior: 6’0″ 208
37. Bert White, SS/FS – Northwestern State; Senior: 5’10″ 202
38. Jack Moro, SS – St.Cloud State; Senior: 5’11” 190
39. Jerome Couplin III, SS – William & Mary; **Senior: 6’1″ 215
40. LJ McCray, SS/FS/KR – Catawba; **Senior: 6’0″ 215
41. Deon Broomfield, SS – Iowa State; **Senior: 6’0″ 205
42. Sean Maag, SS – Central Florida; **Senior: 6’1″ 195
43. Eric Pinkins, SS – San Diego State; Senior: 6’3″ 215
44. Zed Evans, SS/CB/FS/KR – North Texas; Senior: 5’10″ 198
45. Richard Spencer, SS/FS – UTEP; **Senior: 6’1″ 215

DB:
1. Darqueze Dennard, CB – Michigan State; Senior: 5’11″ 190
2. Hasean Clinton-Dix, FS/SS – Alabama; *Junior: 6’1″ 210 (CHA)
3. Justin Gilbert, CB/FS/KR – Oklahoma State; Senior: 6’0″ 195
4. Calvin Pryor, FS/SS – Louisville; *Junior: 6’2″ 208
5. Marcus Roberson, CB/KR – Florida; *Junior: 6’0″ 180 (CHA)
6. Jason Verrett, CB/KR – TCU; Senior: 5’10″ 182
7. Lamarcus Joyner, FS/CB/SS – Florida State; Senior: 5’8″ 195
8. Louchiez Purifoy, CB/KR/WR – Florida; *Junior: 6’0″ 190
9. Bradley Roby, CB – Ohio State; **Junior: 5’11″ 190 (CHA)
10. Ed Reynolds, FS/SS – Stanford; **Junior: 6’2″ 208
11. Kyle Fuller, CB/FS/SS – Virginia Tech; Senior: 6’0″ 180 (XXXX)
12. Pierre Desir, CB/FS/KR – Lindenwood; **Senior: 6’1″ 205
13. Deone Bucannon, SS/OLB – Washington State; Senior: 6’1″ 192
14. EJ Gaines, CB/FS – Missouri; Senior: 5’10″ 190
15. Victor Hampton, CB/FS/KR – South Carolina; **Junior: 5’10″ 198
16. Terrence Brooks, FS/SS/CB – Florida State; Senior: 5’11″ 200
17. Keith McGill, CB/FS – Utah; **Senior: 6’2″ 205
18. Jimmie Ward, SS/FS/CB – Northern Illinois; Senior: 5’11″ 192
19. Ahmad Dixon, SS – Baylor; Senior: 6’0″ 210 (CHA)
20. Terrance Mitchell, CB/FS – Oregon; **Junior: 6’0′ 190
21. Vinnie Sunseri, SS/FS – Alabama; *Junior: 6’0″ 215 (XXXX)
22. Stanley Jean-Baptiste, CB/FS/ATH – Nebraska; Senior: 6’2″ 220
23. Marqueston Huff, FS/CB/ATH – Wyoming; Senior: 5’11″ 195
24. Dion Bailey, FS/SS/OLB – USC; **Junior: 6’0″ 205
25. Ross Cockrell, CB/KR – Duke; **Senior: 6’0″ 182
26. Chris Davis, CB/KR – Auburn; Senior: 5’11″ 200
27. Craig Loston, SS/FS – LSU; Senior: 6’2″ 205
28. Kenny Ladler, FS/SS – Vaderbilt; Senior: 6’0″ 200
29. Jaylen Watkins, CB/FS – Florida; Senior: 6’0″ 188
30. Isaiah Lewis, SS/FS – Michigan State; Senior: 5’10″ 205
31. Bashaud Breeland, CB/FS – Clemson; **Junior: 6’0″ 195
32. Antone Exum, CB/SS/FS – Virginia Tech; **Senior: 6’1″ 225 (XXXX)
33. Alden Darby, SS/FS/CB – Arizona State; Senior: 5’10″ 192
34. Rashaad Reynolds, CB/KR – Oregon State; **Senior: 5’11″ 185
35. Deion Belue, CB – Alabama; Senior: 5’11″ 180
36. Hakeem Smith, SS/FS – Louisville; **Senior: 6’1″ 180
37. Nevin Lawson, CB/KR – Utah State; Senior: 5’10″ 185
38. Jemea Thomas, FS/CB – Georgia Tech; **Senior: 5’9″ 195
39. Sean Parker, SS/FS – Washington; Senior: 5’10″ 195
40. Christian Bryant, FS/SS/CB – Ohio State; Senior: 5’9″ 192 (XXXX)
41. Ty Zimmerman, FS/SS/ATH – Kansas State; **Senior: 6’1″ 205
42. Walt Aikens, CB – Liberty; Senior: 6’1″ 205
43. Aaron Colvin, CB/FS/SS – Oklahoma; Senior: 6’0″ 182 (XXXX)
44. CJ Barnett, SS/FS – Ohio State; Senior: 6’0″ 200
45. Jonathan Dowling, FS/SS – Western Kentucky; **Junior: 6’2″ 198
46. Bene Bewikere, CB/FS/SS – San Jose State; Senior: 6’0″ 192
47. Carrington Byndom, CB – Texas; Senior: 6’0″ 185
48. Tre Boston, FS/SS – UNC; Senior: 6’1″ 190
49. Bennett Jackson, CB/KR/WR – Notre Dame: Senior: 6’0″ 185
50. Marcus Williams, CB/FS – North Dakota State; **Senior: 5’11″ 195

K/P:
1. Kirby Van Der Kamp, P – Iowa State; Senior: 6’3″ 202
2. Cairo Santos, K – Tulane; Senior: 5’8″ 160
3. Chris Boswell, K – Rice; **Senior: 6’2″ 210
4. Tom Hornsey, P – Memphis; Senior: 6’3″ 210
5. Chandler Catanzaro, K – Clemson; **Senior: 6’1″ 200
6. Pat O’Donnell, P – Miami (FL); **Senior: 6’4″ 220
7. Jeff Budzien, K – Northwestern; **Senior: 5’11″ 175
8. Tyler Campbell, P – Mississippi; **Senior: 6’2″ 230
9. Mike Meyer, K – Iowa; Senior: 6’2″ 190
10. Steven Clark, P – Auburn; Senior: 6’4″ 225
11. Richie Leone, P – Houston; Senior: 6’3″ 215
12. Vincenzo D’Amato, K – California; Senior: 6’1″ 205
13. Brian Schmiedebusch, P – Bowling Green; **Senior: 6’3″ 225
14. Andrew Furney, K – Washington State; Senior: 5’10″ 210
15. Brendan Gibbons, K – Michigan; **Senior: 6’1″ 240
16. Matt Yoklic, P – Pittsburgh; **Senior: 6’3″ 220
17. Drew Basil, K – Ohio State; Senior: 6’2″ 210
18. Cade Foster, K – Alabama; Senior: 6’1″ 222
19. Cody Webster, P – Purdue; Senior: 6’1″ 205
20. Mitch Ewald, K – Indiana; **Senior: 5’10″ 175

BIG BOARD – Top Prospects for the 2014 NFL Draft

This is my collection of the best prospects for the 2014 NFL Draft.

This list has grown to become known as a ‘Big Board’ by many – and features more of a value based range of where players draft values are. It ranks the best draft eligible players in accordance with, not necessarily their projection, but overall talent. A big Board basically compiles a list of prospects in the order you believe they ‘should’ be selected as opposed to where they actually will be. Various factors, such as a risk/reward outlook where off the field issues, character concerns, injuries, and such can cause a player to slip in an actual draft beyond where their talent would otherwise project.

In my cases, each team will construct a board (or list) of this sort – a Draft Board if you will – at the end of the scouting process to see which players they’ll target and where value can be found, even if that means a position at a later round.

While I’m not making a draft board, as a team would specific to their wants, needs, and evaluations – I hope to make this an accurate assumption of how many teams will evaluated the pool of prospects.

I will continue to update this list with draft eligible players as they declare – and the rankings will continually change in the weeks leading up to the draft. My changes will be done in order to provide an accurate view – and value – of prospects as their talents are judged and critiqued over the months to come.

Note: This is not a mock draft, and in no way represents the order in which I believe players will be selected.

UPDATED: 02-27-2014

1. Jadeveon Clowney, DE/OLB – South Carolina; *Junior: 6’6″ 268
2. Greg Robinson, OT – Auburn; **Sophomore: 6’5″ 315
3. Khalil Mack, OLB/DE – Buffalo; **Senior: 6’3″ 245
4. Jake Matthews, OT – Texas A&M; Senior; 6’5″ 305
5. Sammy Watkins, WR – Clemson; *Junior: 6’1″ 200
6. Anthony Barr, OLB/DE – UCLA; Senior: 6’4″ 248
7. Blake Bortles, QB – UCF; **Junior: 6’3″ 228
8. Johnny Manziel, QB – Texas A&M; **Sophomore: 6’1″ 200
9. CJ Mosley, MLB/OLB – Alabama; Senior: 6’2″ 235
10. Taylor Lewan, OT – Michigan; **Senior: 6’8″ 310
11. Timmy Jernigan, DT – Florida State; *Junior: 6’2″ 298
12. Kony Ealy, DE/OLB – Missouri; **Junior: 6’5″ 275
13. Mike Evans, WR – Texas A&M; **Sophomore: 6’5″ 218
14. Darqueze Dennard, CB – Michigan State; Senior: 5’11″ 190
15. Eric Ebron, TE – UNC; *Junior: 6’4″ 245
16. Hasean Clinton-Dix, FS/SS – Alabama; *Junior: 6’1″ 210
17. Stephon Tuitt, DE/DT – Notre Dame; *Junior: 6’5″ 302
18. Justin Gilbert, CB/FS/KR – Oklahoma State; Senior: 6’0″ 195
19. Zack Martin, OG/OT – Notre Dame; **Senior: 6’4″ 305
20. Teddy Bridgewater, QB – Louisville; *Junior: 6’3″ 220
21. Calvin Pryor, FS/SS – Louisville; *Junior: 6’2″ 208
22. Marqise Lee, WR – USC; *Junior: 6’0″ 195
23. Louis Nix, DT/NT – Notre Dame; **Junior: 6’3″ 335
24. Derek Carr, QB – Fresno State; **Senior: 6’3″ 205
25. Aaron Donald, DT/DE – Pittsburgh; Senior: 6’0″ 285
26. Morgan Moses, OT – Virginia; Senior: 6’6″ 335
27. Trent Murphy, DE/OLB – Stanford; **Senior: 6’6″ 245
28. David Yankey, OG/OT – Stanford; **Junior: 6’5″ 302
29. Austin Seferian-Jenkins, TE – Washington; *Junior: 6’6″ 268
30. Ra’Shede Hageman, DT/DE – Minnesota; **Senior: 6’6″ 310
31. Kyle Fuller, CB/FS/SS – Virginia Tech; Senior: 6’0″ 180
32. Kelvin Benjamin, WR – Florida State; **Sophomore: 6’5″ 235

33. Dee Ford, OLB/DE – Auburn; **Senior: 6’2″ 240
34. Brandin Cooks, WR – Oregon State; *Junior: 5’10″ 188
35. AJ McCarron, QB – Alabama; **Senior: 6’4″ 205
36. Jace Amaro, TE – Texas Tech; *Junior: 6’5″ 260
37. Ryan Shazier, OLB – Ohio State; *Junior: 6’2″ 230
38. Joel Bitonio, OT/OG – Nevada; **Senior: 6’4″ 315
39. Trevor Reilly, DE/OLB – Utah; **Senior: 6’5″ 255
40. Carlos Hyde, RB – Ohio State; **Senior: 6’0″ 235
41. Jason Verrett, CB/KR – TCU; Senior: 5’10″ 182
42. Cyrus Kouandjio, OT – Alabama; *Junior: 6’5″ 312
43. Lamarcus Joyner, FS/CB/SS – Florida State; Senior: 5’8″ 195
44. Jordan Matthews, WR – Vanderbilt: Senior: 6’3″ 205
45. Marcus Roberson, CB/KR – Florida; *Junior: 6’0″ 180
46. Antonio ‘Tiny’ Richardson, OT – Tennessee; *Junior: 6’6″ 332
47. Dominique Easley, DT/DE – Florida; Senior: 6’2″ 280
49. Allen Robinson, WR – Penn State; *Junior: 6’3″ 205
48. Telvin Smith, OLB – Florida State; Senior: 6’2″ 220
50. Cyril Richardson, OG/OT – Baylor; **Senior: 6’5″ 335
51. Bradley Roby, CB – Ohio State; **Junior: 5’11″ 190
52. Adrian Hubbard, OLB/DE – Alabama; **Junior: 6’5″ 250
53. Xavier Su’a-Filo, OG – UCLA; **Junior: 6’4″ 295
54. Paul Richardson, WR – Colorado; **Junior: 6’1″ 178
55. Kyle Van Noy, OLB/DE/ILB – BYU; **Senior: 6’3″ 235
56. Zach Mettenberger, QB – LSU; **Senior: 6’5″ 225
57. Cameron Fleming, OT – Stanford; **Junior: 6’6″ 318
58. Ka’Deem Carey, RB – Arizona; *Junior: 5’10” 200
59. Louchiez Purifoy, CB/KR/WR – Florida; *Junior: 6’0″ 190
60. Scott Crichton, DE/OLB – Oregon State; **Junior: 6’3″ 262
61. Travis Swanson, C – Arkansas; **Senior: 6’5″ 305
62. Troy Niklas, TE – Notre Dame; **Junior: 6’6″ 260
63. Jeremy Hill, RB – LSU; **Sophomore: 6’1″ 235
64. Ed Reynolds, FS/SS – Stanford; **Junior: 6’2″ 208

65. Jack Mewhort, OT – Ohio State; **Senior: 6’6″ 310
66. Ego Ferguson, DT/DE – LSU; **Junior: 6’3″ 308
67. Jackson Jeffcoat, DE/OLB – Texas; Senior 6’5″ 260
68. Odell Beckham Jr., WR – LSU; *Junior: 5’11” 188
69. Chris Borland, MLB – Wisconsin; **Senior: 5’11″ 250
70. Kelcy Quarles, DT/DE – South Carolina; *Junior: 6’3″ 298
71. Davante Adams, WR – Fresno State; **Sophomore: 6’2″ 205
72. Chris Smith, DE/OLB – Arkansas; Senior: 6’2″ 250
73. Tre Mason, RB – Auburn; *Junior: 5’9″ 192
74. Deone Bucannon, SS/OLB – Washington State; Senior: 6’1″ 192
75. Victor Hampton, CB/FS/KR – South Carolina; **Junior: 5’10” 198
76. Christian Jones, OLB/MLB/DE – Florida State; Senior: 6’4″ 240
77. Anthony Steen, OG – Alabama; **Senior: 6’3″ 302
78. Shayne Skov, MLB – Stanford; **Senior: 6’3″ 250
79. Donte Moncrief, WR – Mississippi; *Junior: 6’2″ 225
80. Ja’Wuan James, OT – Tennessee; Senior: 6’6″ 320
81. Arthur Lynch, TE – Georgia; **Senior: 6’5″ 260
82. David Fales, QB – San Jose State; Senior: 6’3″ 220
83. Pierre Desir, CB/FS/KR – Lindenwood; **Senior: 6’1″ 205
84. Jimmie Ward, SS/FS/CB – Northern Illinois; Senior: 5’11″ 192
85. Will Sutton, DT/DE – Arizona State; **Senior: 6’2″ 270
86. Gabe Jackson, OG – Mississippi State; **Senior: 6’4″ 320
87. Yawin Smallwood, MLB/OLB – U Conn; **Junior: 6’2″ 235
88. Bishop Sankey, RB – Washington; *Junior: 5’10″ 200
89. Kareem Martin, DE – UNC; Senior: 6’6″ 260
90. Marcus Martin, C – USC; *Junior: 6’3″ 310
91. Carl Bradford, OLB/MLB – Arizona State; **Junior: 6’1″ 242
92. Stanley Jean-Baptiste, CB/FS/ATH – Nebraska; Senior: 6’2″ 220
93. Marcus Smith, DE/OLB – Louisville; Senior: 6’3″ 252
94. Anthony Johnson, DT – LSU; *Junior: 6’3″ 305
95. Keith McGill, CB/FS – Utah; **Senior: 6’2″ 205
96. Ryan Groy, OG/OT – Wisconsin; **Senior: 6’5″ 318

97. DaQuan Jones, DT – Penn State; Senior: 6’3″ 318
98. Terrence Brooks, FS/SS/CB – Florida State; Senior: 5’11” 200
99. Jimmy Garoppolo, QB – Eastern Illinois; Senior: 6’2″ 222
100. De’Anthony Thomas, RB/WR/KR – Oregon; *Junior: 5’9″ 180
101. Dakota Dozier, OG – Furman; **Senior: 6’3″ 302
102. Martavis Bryant, WR – Clemson; *Junior: 6’4″ 200
103. Ahmad Dixon, SS – Baylor; Senior: 6’0″ 210
104. Michael Sam, DE/OLB – Missouri; **Senior: 6’2″ 255
105. Bashaud Breeland, CB/FS – Clemson; **Junior: 6’0″ 195
106. Justin Britt, OT – Missouri; **Senior: 6’6″ 315
107. Marcel Jensen, TE – Fresno State; **Senior: 6’5″ 258
108. Jeremiah Attaochu, OLB/DE – Georgia Tech; Senior: 6’2″ 240
109. EJ Gaines, CB/FS – Missouri; Senior: 5’10″ 190
110. Vinnie Sunseri, SS/FS – Alabama; *Junior: 6’0″ 215
111. Jeoffrey Pagan, DE/DT – Alabama; *Junior: 6’4″ 290
112. Lache Seastrunk, RB – Baylor; **Junior: 5’9″ 205
113. CJ Fiedorowicz, TE – Iowa; Senior: 6’6″ 265
114. Shamar Stephen, DT/DE – U Conn; **Senior: 6’5″ 312
115. Marqueston Huff, FS/CB/ATH – Wyoming; Senior: 5’11″ 195

MORE TO BE ADDED……..

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