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NFL Draft Monsters, v.5.0

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Mock Version 5.0 for @NFLDraftMonster on April 25, 2012.

2012 NFL DRAFT – FINAL MOCK

We’re now just a day away from the start of the 2012 NFL Draft and yet there are still a lot of uncertainties on how things will transpire come Thursday April 26th. There is a lot of ‘smoke’ out there regarding what teams will do, and each front office is trying to play their hand. We know trades will happen, and maybe even the unexpected – but here is a current look at what could happen. This Version, 5.0, is my Final Mock and will be a 7 Round Projection.

1st Round:

1. Colts – Andrew Luck, QB – Stanford *
15 years after selecting Peyton Manning, Luck is going to be their guy and QB of the future. Indy has a lot of rebuilding to do, but this is the right start.
Needs: QB, NT, WR, CB, TE, OG, DE, S, OLB, OT, RB, C.
Off-season Acquisitions:
WR Reggie Wayne (Re-Signed), DE/OLB Robert Mathis (Re-Signed), OT Winston Justice (Trade/Eagles), DT/DE Cory Redding (Ravens), S Tom Zbikowski (Ravens), C Samson Satele (Raiders), DT Brandon McKinney (Ravens), QB Drew Stanton (Trade/Jets), WR Donnie Avery (Titans), OG Mike McGlynn (Bengals), TE Kyle Miller (Jaguars)

2. Redskins (Rams) – Robert Griffin III, QB – Baylor *
They moved up for him, and they’ll get him. Pressure is on in DC after trading all those pick away; however, he has a better supporting cast compared to Luck in Indianapolis.
Needs: QB, CB, MLB, OG/C, RT, OLB, DT/DE, backup TE, RB, K.
Off-season Acquisitions:
TE Fred Davis (Franchised), WR Pierre Garcon (Colts), MLB London Fletcher (Re-Signed), S Tanard Jackson (Tampa Bay), WR Josh Morgan (49ers), QB Rex Grossman (Re-Signed), OT James Lee (Tampa Bay), OG Will Montgomery (Re-Signed), SS Brandon Merriweather (Bears), DE/DT Adam Carriker (Re-Signed), CB Cedric Griffin (Vikings), S Madieu Williams (49ers), DT Kedric Golston (Re-Signed), CB Leigh Torrence (Saints), OG Kory Lichtensteiger (Re-Signed), OLB Bryan Kehl (Rams)

3. Vikings – Michael Floyd, WR – Notre Dame
Minnesota may be looking to trade down, which leads me to believe Floyd is their target (why not just take either Kalil, Blackmon, or Claiborne here otherwise). Floyd is a bit of a surprise (maybe even a reach to some) at No.3, but in my opinion he has all the physical tools, may be more polished than Blackmon and is a good fit for their offense. Kalil may seem like the more likely choice if they can’t trade down, but I believe they want Floyd – and if they can’t trade down then they have to take Floyd here.
OPTION 2 – Trade Down
OPTION 3 – Morris Claiborne, CB
OPTION 4 – Matt Kalil, OT
OPTION 5 – Justin Blackmon, WR
Needs: LT, WRx2, S, MLB, CB, OG, DT, 3rd down RB, OLB, DE, C.
Off-season Acquisitions:
TE John Carlson (Seattle), DT Letroy Guion (Re-Signed), WR Jerome Simpson (Bengals), RB Lex Hilliard (Dolphins), OG Geoff Schwartz (Carolina), CB Zack Bowman (Bears), OLB Erin Henderson (Re-Signed), WR Devin Aromashodu (Re-Signed), CB Chris Carr (Ravens), FB Jerome Felton (Colts), QB Sage Rosenfels (Re-Signed), DT Fred Evans (Re-Signed), OLB Marvin Mitchell (Miami)

4. Browns – Trent Richardson, RB – Alabama *
Richardson is considered a ‘cant-miss’ prospect so I think they take him over Blackmon or Tannehill. It’s a passing league, but Cleveland needs to add a dynamic offensive weapon like Richardson. The Browns face the Ravens and Steelers twice a season (every season), so having a solid running-game to take the pressure off whoever quarterbacks the team is a must. If they would happen to want Tannehill, this would be the time to get him, but I see them targeting a QB at either No.22 or No.37.
OPTION 2 – Justin Blackmon, WR
OPTION 3 – Ryan Kalil, OT
OPTION 4 – Ryan Tannehill, QB
Needs: RB, WR, QB, RT, OLB, DE, OG/C, CB, DT, FS, TE.
Off-season Acquisitions:
MLB D’Qwell Jackson (Re-Signed), K Phil Dawson (Franchised), DE/OLB Frostee Rucker (Bengals), CB Dimitri Patterson (Re-Signed), DE Jaqua Parker (Eagles), OG John Greco (Re-Signed), WR Jordan Norwood (Re-Signed), OT Oniel Cousins (Re-Signed), TE Alex Smith (Re-Signed), DE Brian Schaefering (Re-Signed)

5. Tampa Bay – Morris Claiborne, CB – LSU *
Richardson may be their ideal selection (maybe they leap-frog Cleveland and make a deal with Minnesota), but Claiborne makes the most sense from a value standpoint. They added Eric Wright this off-season, but Claiborne still fills a need with aging Rhonde Barber having his best days behind him and Aqib Talib’s off the field issues. They could consider Kalil or even reach for Kuechly, but it’ll ultimately come down to Richardson or Claiborne. However, Claiborne is getting strong consideration at No.3 from Minnesota (with Richardson going No.4) so in that scenario a trade down would make the most sense – possibly with Buffalo looking to move up for Matt Kalil.
OPTION 2 – Trent Richardson, RB
OPTION 3 – Trade Up (for Richardson, RB)
OPTION 4 – Trade Down
OPTION 5 – Luke Kuechly, MLB
OPTION 6 – Matt Kalil, OT
Needs: RB, CB, SS, OLB, OG, MLB, LT, WR, FB, C, DT, TE.
Off-season Acquisitions:
WR Vincent Jackson (Chargers), OG Carl Nicks (Saints), CB Eric Wright (Lions), RB LeGarrette Blount (Re-Signed), DE Michael Bennett (Re-Signed), CB Rhonde Barber (Re-Signed), WR Preston Parker (Re-Signed), OG Jeremy Zuttah (Re-Signed), K Conner Barth (Franchised), DT Amobi Okoye (Bears), QB Dan Orlovsky (Colts), OT Jamon Meredith (Steelers), OT Demar Dotson (Re-Signed), K Kai Forbath (Dallas), TE Chase Coffman (Bengals), RB Robert Hughes (Bears)

6. Rams (Redskins) – Justin Blackmon, WR – Oklahoma State *
If St.Louis is looking to add a receiver they’ll likely have either Blackmon or Floyd to chose from at No.6. In this scenario I like adding Blackmon to solidify their receiving core. However, in the scenario that Blackmon (and Kalil at No.3 and Richardson at No.4) is gone then trading down could offer them the most value. The Rams decided to keep OT Jason Smith, which makes Kalil a less likely target compared to adding a WR, but if he is available they could move Roger Safffold to OG and roll the dice.
OPTION 2 – Matt Kalil, OT
OPTION 3 – Trent Richardson, RB
OPTION 4 – Trade Down
OPTION 5 – Morris Claiborne, CB
OPTION 6 – Michael Floyd, WR
Needs: WR, DT, CB, OT, RB, SS, OLB, OG/C, MLB, QB, DE, P.
Off-season Acquisitions:
CB Cortland Finnegan (Titans), C Scott Wells (Packers), DT/DE Kendall Langford (Dolphins), WR Steve Smith (Eagles), OLB Jo-Lonn Dunbar (Saints), DE William Hayes (Titans), DT Trevor Laws (Eagles), TE Matthew Mulligan (Jets), OG Robert Turner (Jets), OT Quinn Ojinnaka (Colts), QB Kellen Clemens (Re-Signed), FB Brit Miller (Re-Signed), QB Tom Brandstater (Re-Signed)

7. Jaguars – Matt Kalil, OT – USC *
I’d suspect that Jacksonville would be happy if Kalil indeed fell to them, but I think that it’d be unlikely (mainly because of Buffalo, Arizona, or the Jets trading up for him) – although, it could happen. The Jags will also consider adding an offensive weapon or a pass rusher with this pick, but new Head Coach Mike Mularkey won’t turn down an opportunity to sure up the offensive line.
OPTION 2 – Michael Floyd, WR
OPTION 3 – Melvin Ingram, DE/OLB
OPTION 4 – Trade Down
OPTION 5 – Stephon Gilmore, CB/FS
Needs: WR, OT, DE, C, CB, RB, OLB, DT, P, OG, MLB, S, TE.
Off-season Acquisitions:
DE Jeremy Mincey (Re-Signed), WR Laurent Robinson (Dallas), CB William Middleton (Re-Signed), K Josh Scobee (Franchised), S/CB Dwight Lowery (Re-Signed), CB Aaron Ross (Giants), CB Rashean Mathis (Re-Signed), QB Chad Henne (Dolphins), WR Lee Evans (Ravens), OT Guy Whimper (Re-Signed), S Courtney Greene (Re-Signed), OLB Russell Allen (Re-Signed), DE C.J. Mosley (Re-Signed), P Nick Harris (Re-Signed), DT David Howard (Seattle), OT William Robinson (Re-Signed), K Sam Swank (Re-Signed)

8. Dolphins – Ryan Tannehill, QB – Texas A&M
Opinions differ on Tannehill’s value, but its seems likely he’ll end up going higher than most would project. The Dolphins need a QB, and the fact that new Offensive Coordinator Mike Sherman was the A&M coach would make this seem like a forgone conclusion. If Tannehill is gone, then Miami would be open to all kind of options here.
OPTION 2 – Michael Floyd, WR
OPTION 3 – Melvin Ingram, DE/OLB
OPTION 4 – Riley Reiff, OT
OPTION 5 – Luke Kuechly, MLB
OPTION 6 – Trade Down
Needs: QB, WRx2, RT, DE, TE, OLB, RG, S, NT/DL, CB.
Off-season Acquisitions:
NT/DT Paul Soliai (Re-Signed), FS/CB Richard Marshall (Ariozna), QB David Garrard (Jaguars), MLB E.J. Henderson (Vikings), OLB Gary Guyton (Patriots), RB Steve Slaton (Re-Signed), OG/OT Artis Hicks (Browns), S Tyrell Johnson (Vikings), WR Legedu Naanee (Dolphins), OT Lydon Murtha (Re-Signed), DE Ryan Baker (Re-Signed), MLB Jamaal Westerman (Jets), CB Jonathan Wade (Lions), TE Les Brown (Westminster College)

9. Carolina – Fletcher Cox, DT/DE – Mississippi State *
Carolina needs to add an interior defensive presence and Cox may be the way they go. Dontari Poe and Michael Brockers could be options, but Cox is making a strong case to be the first of the bunch off the board. If the Panthers look a different direction then MLB Luke Kuechly would make the most sense.
OPTION 2 – Michael Floyd, WR
OPTION 3 – Luke Kuechly, MLB
OPTION 4 – Dontari Poe, DT/NT
OPTION 5 – Stephon Gilmore, CB/FS
OPTION 6 – Michael Brockers DT/DE
Needs: DT/DL, CB, WR, OLB, OG, MLB, RT, DE, TE, P/K, S.
Off-season Acquisitions:
WR Steve Smith (Extension), RB Mike Tolbert (Chargers), OG Bruce Campbell (Trade/Oakland), C Geoff Hangartner (Re-Signed), S/ST Haruki Nakamura (Ravens), QB Derek Anderson (Re-Signed), S Reggie Smith (49ers), OG Mike Pollak (Colts), DE Antwan Applewhite (Re-Signed), MLB Jason Phillips (Re-Signed), OLB Jordan Senn (Re-Signed), OLB Kenny Onatolu (Vikings), C/LS J.J. Jansen (Re-Signed)

10. Bills – Riley Reiff, OT – Iowa *
Losing OT Demetrius Bell leaves a void that must be addressed early in this draft, therefore, Reiff would be the likely choice. I think Mike Adams could have gotten some consideration before reports that he failed a drug test at the combine. Nonetheless, Reiff should be available if they want him – but would they consider moving up for Kalil should he slip some? I think it’d be worth it.
OPTION 2 – Michael Floyd, WR
OPTION 3 – Trade Up (for Kalil, OT)
OPTION 4 – Stephon Gilmore, CB/FS
OPTION 5 – Jonathan Martin, OT
OPTION 6 – Bobby Massie, OT
Needs: OT, WR, CB, TE, OLB, Backup QB, MLB, OG, DE, DB.
Off-season Acquisitions:
DE/OLB Mario Williams (Texans), WR Stevie Johnson (Re-Signed), OG Kraig Urbik (Re-Signed), TE Scott Chandler (Re-Signed), DE Mark Anderson (Patriots), MLB Kirk Morrison (Re-Signed), K Rian Lindell (Re-Signed), OG Chad Rinehart (Re-Signed), SS Bryan Scott (Re-Signed), RB Tashard Choice (Re-Signed), WR Ruvell Martin (Re-Signed), WR Derek Hagan (Re-Signed)

11. Chiefs – David DeCastro, OG – Stanford *
Interior offensive-lineman usually don’t get selected this high in the draft, but DeCastro is a rare talent that should become an All-Pro caliber player. Kansas City added OT Eric Winston and getting DeCastro here would continue to upgrade the offensive line. I think they’ll be tempted with Dontari Poe and Luke Kuechly, but I like the idea of adding DeCastro even though it may seem a little early.
OPTION 2 – Dontari Poe, NT/DT
OPTION 3 – Luke Kuechly, MLB
OPTION 4 – Trade Up (for Tannehill, QB)
OPTION 5 – Dont’a Hightower, MLB
Needs: NT, OG, MLB, S, C, OLB, RB, DE, WR, CB, QB.
Off-season Acquisitions:
WR Dwayne Bowe (Franchised), OT Eric Winston (Texans), RB Peyton Hillis (Browns), CB Stanford Routt (Oakland), MLB Jovan Belcher (Re-Signed), TE Kevin Boss (Oakland), QB Brady Quinn (Broncos), CB Travis Daniels (Re-Signed), TE Jake O’Connell (Re-Signed), DT Amon Gordon (Re-Signed), DB Mikail Baker (Rams)

12. Seattle – Luke Kuechly, MLB – Boston College
With Kuechly you know what you’re getting – a tackling machine. Seattle added MLB Barrett Ruud, but that was on a 1 year contract so they still need to rebuild their linebacker unit and Kuechly would be the way to start. I wouldn’t be surprised if Kuechly was taken higher, which would possibly open the door for Melvin Ingram or Quinton Coples. Also, DeCastro will get consideration here if available.
OPTION 2 – Melvin Ingram, DE/OLB
OPTION 3 – David DeCastro, OG
OPTION 4 – Courtney Upshaw, OLB/DE
OPTION 5 – Quinton Coples, DE/DT
OPTION 6 – Dont’a Hightower, MLB
OPTION 7 – Stephon Gilmore, CB/FS
OPTION 8 – Trade Up (for Tannehill, QB)
Needs: DE, MLB, LG, OLB, CB, TE, QB, WR, OT, RB, S .
Off-season Acquisitions:
QB Matt Flynn (Packers), RB Marshawn Lynch (Re-Signed), DT/DE Red Bryant (Re-Signed), CB Marcus Trufant (Re-Signed), DT/DE Jason Jones (Titans), MLB Barrett Ruud (Titans), OG Deuce Lutui (Arizona), OLB Leroy Hill (Re-Signed), OT Breno Giacomini (Re-Signed), OT Frank Omiyale (Bears), OG Paul McQuistan (Re-Signed), RB Kregg Lumpkin (Tampa Bay), FB Michael Robinson (Re-Signed), OLB Matt McCoy (Re-Signed), CB Roy Lewis (Re-Signed), MLB Heath Farwell (Re-Signed), RB Tyrell Sutton (Carolina)

13. Arizona – Melvin Ingram, DE/OLB – South Carolina
The Cardinals need to sure up their offensive line, but at this point Ingram offers the most value. Calais Campbell was Franchised only is playing on a 1 year contract for 2012 so if he isn’t retained on a long-term deal Ingram would be able to replace him as a DE (or if retained, play with him as an OLB in the 3-4 scheme).
OPTION 2 – Riley Reiff, OT
OPTION 3 – Michael Floyd, WR
OPTION 4 – Luke Kuechly, MLB
OPTION 5 – Quinton Coples, DE/DT
OPTION 6 – Cordy Glenn, OG/OT
Needs: RT, WR, DE/OLB, C/OG, DE/DT, MLB, S, QB, P, CB.
Off-season Acquisitions:
DE/OLB Calais Campbell (Franchised), OT Levin Brown (Re-Signed), OG/OT Adam Snyder (49ers), CB William Gay (Steelers), K Jay Feely (Re-Signed), WR Early Doucet (Re-Signed, CB Greg Toler (Re-Signed), S James Sanders (Falcons), OT D’Anthony Batiste (Re-Signed), RB LaRod Stephens-Howling (Re-Signed), S Rashad Johnson (Re-Signed), CB A.J. Jefferson (Re-Signed), RB Alfonso Smith (Re-Signed), OLB Reggie Walker (Re-Signed), WR Stephen Williams (Re-Signed), QB Richard Bartel (Re-signed), P Dave Zastudil (Re-Signed), C/LS Mike Leach (Re-Signed), OLB Brandon Williams (Re-Signed)

14. Dallas – Mark Barron, SS – Alabama
The Cowboys draft Roy Williams at No.8 overall in 2002 so they won’t shy away from a safety this high. Barron is extremely talent and would help sure up the secondary (along with the addition of CB Brandon Carr) in Dallas. If the Cowboys think about going another direct then likely targets would include Dontari Poe, Michael Brockers, or Quinton Coples (they once draft a UNC lineman high too, Greg Ellis).
OPTION 2 – Dontari Poe, NT/DT
OPTION 3 – Michael Brockers DT/DE
OPTION 4 – Quinton Coples, DE/DT
OPTION 5 – David DeCastro, OG
Needs: DT/NT, SS, TE, WR, DE/OLB, OG, CB, P, RB, C, QB.
Off-season Acquisitions:
CB Brandon Carr (Chiefs), OLB/DE Anthony Spencer (Re-Signed), QB Kyle Orton (Chiefs), MLB Dan Conner (Carolina), OG Nate Livings (Bengals), OG/C Mackenzy Bernadeau (Carolina), S Brodney Pool (Browns), FB Lawrence Vickers (Texans), WR Kevin Ogletree (Re-Signed), DE Clifton Geathers (Re-Signed), QB Rudy Carpenter (Tampa Bay)

15. Eagles – Dontari Poe, DT/NT – Memphis *
I think they would prefer Fletcher Cox (would they trade up for him?), but Poe would be a nice addition for them as well. They’re looking for a presence in the middle of the defensive (DeMeco Ryans was a nice addition as a MLB – thus ruling out Kuechly or Hightower), but they’d also like to upgrade the safety position too so Barron could be their guy. I’d also expect them to end up trading CB Asante Samuel (to Atlanta?) in the coming days, so you can’t rule out Stephon Gilmore or Dre Kirkpatrick either. The trading up for Tannehill talk, I don’t buy it – but crazier things have happened.
OPTION 2 – Mark Barron, SS
OPTION 3 – Courtney Upshaw, OLB/DE
OPTION 4 – Trade Up (for Cox, DT/DE)
OPTION 5 – Michael Floyd, WR
OPTION 6 – Trade Up (for Tannehill, QB)
OPTION 7 – Stephon Gilmore, CB/FS
Needs: DT, OLB, SS, Backup QB, WR, OT, RB, TE, OG/C, DE, CB.
Off-season Acquisitions:
WR DeSean Jackson (Re-Signed), DE Trent Cole (Extension), MLB DeMeco Ryans (Trade/Texans), OT Demetrius Bell (Bills), OG Evan Mathis (Re-Signed), OT Todd Herremans (Extension), C Steve Vallos (Browns), OT King Dunlap (Re-Signed), QB Trent Edwards (Oakland), OG Mike Gibson (Seattle), DT Derek Landri (Re-Signed), DT Antonio Dixon (Re-Signed)

16. Jets – Quinton Coples, DE/DT – North Carolina
The Jets have more desirable needs here, but Coples probably would be too hard to pass on here. I think upgrading the offense should be the main focus; however, they have a lot of holes to fill on the defensive side of the ball too. Coples is a nice addition – as would be Barron, Ingram, Upshaw, or Hightower – but I think Floyd, Reiff, Glenn, or DeCastro would have a better impact initially. Chandler Jones, Stephen Hill, Dre Kirkpatrick and Michael Brockers are other names to keep an eye on here.
OPTION 2 – Riley Reiff, OT
OPTION 3 – Mark Barron, SS
OPTION 4 – Michael Floyd, WR
OPTION 5 – Cordy Glenn, OG/OT
OPTION 6 – Dont’a Hightower, MLB
OPTION 7 – Stephen Hill, WR
OPTION 8 – Courtney Upshaw, OLB/DE
Needs: RT, WRx2, OLB, SS/FS, OG, MLB, DE, RB, CB, TE.
Off-season Acquisitions:
QB Mark Sanzchez (Extension), QB Tim Tebow (Trade/Denver), SS LaRon Landry (Redskins), NT Sione Pouha (Re-Signed), WR Chaz Schilens (Oakland), OLB/DE Aaron Maybin (Re-Signed), DE/OLB Bryan Thomas (Re-Signed), TE Hayden Smith (Australian Rugby), K Nick Folk (Re-Signed), DE Jay Richardson (Seattle), CB DeAngelo Smith (Browns), C Kris O’Dowd (Arizona)

17. Bengals (Oakland) – Stephon Gilmore, CB/FS – South Carolina
It’s very possible that Gilmore will hear his name called earlier than this spot, but with that said it offers good value for Cincinnati. Gilmore is a fast rising prospect, who some see as more of a FS due to a possible struggle with one-on-one coverage. They have added CB help with the signings of Terrance Newman and Jason Allen (and the return of Pacman Jones), but they need a better long-term solution. This could be a possible spot for DeCastro should he slip, or for the Bengals to upgrade the receiver position.
OPTION 2 – David DeCastro, OG
OPTION 3 – Mark Barron, SS
OPTION 4 – Michael Floyd, WR
OPTION 5 – Cordy Glenn, OG/OT
OPTION 6 – Dre Kirkpatrick, CB/FS
Needs: CB, WR, OG, SS, RB, MLB, OLB, DT, OT, DE.
Off-season Acquisitions:
S Reggie Nelson (Re-Signed), CB Terrance Newman (Dallas), RB BenJarvus Green-Ellis (Patriots), OG Travelle Wharton (Carolina), OLB/DE Manny Lawson (Re-Signed), DE Derrick Harvey (Broncos), DE Jamaal Anderson (Colts), OG Jacob Bell (Rams), K Mike Nugent (Franchised), CB Adam Jones (Re-Signed), CB Jason Allen (Texans), DT Pat Sims (Re-Signed), OT Anthony Collins (Re-Signed), TE Donald Lee (Re-Signed), OT Dennis Roland (Re-Signed), RB Aaron Brown (Lions), FB Chris Pressley (Re-Signed), LB/LS Dan Skuta (Re-Signed), S Jeromy Miles (Re-Signed)

18. Chargers – Chandler Jones, DE/OLB – Syracuse *
San Diego lost All-Pro OG Kris Dielman to retirement and released OT Marcus McNeill so should the right offensive lineman attract them they could pounce. The Chargers however need to upgrade their pass rush and Jones offers help in that area. They’ll be looking for that rush OLB and could find help in the way of Melvin Ingram, Whitney Mercilus, Nick Perry, or Courtney Upshaw. If they go a different direction then considering Mark Barron, David DeCastro, or even Dont’a Hightower make sense.
OPTION 2 – Melvin Ingram, DE/OLB
OPTION 3 – Mark Barron, SS
OPTION 4 – David DeCastro, OG
OPTION 5 – Courtney Upshaw, OLB/DE
OPTION 6 – Whitney Mercilus, OLB/DE
Needs: OG, OLB, SS/FS, NT/DT, TE, RB, RT, DE, C, CB, MLB, WR.
Off-season Acquisitions:
OT Jared Gaither (Re-Signed), WR Robert Meachem (Saints), DE/OLB Jarret Johnson (Ravens), C Nick Hardwick (Re-Signed), WR Eddie Royal (Broncos), DE/DT Luis Castillo (Re-Signed), DT/NT Antonio Garay (Re-Signed), FB/RB Le’Ron McClain (Chiefs), QB Charlie Whitehurst (Seattle), OT Mario Henderson (Oakland), S Atari Bigby (Seattle), OG/OT Brandyn Dombrowski (Re-Signed), WR Roscoe Parrish (Bills), TE Randy McMichael (Re-Signed), FB/RB Jacob Hester (Re-Signed), OLB Demorrio Williams (Chiefs), TE Dante Rosario (Denver), WR/KR Michael Spurlock (Tampa Bay), TE Kory Sperry (Re-Signed), C Mike Windt (Re-Signed), OG Tony Moll (Re-Signed)

19. Bears – Michael Brockers, DT/DE – LSU **
The right offensive lineman would be tempting for Chicago (and for new Offensive Coordinator Mike Tice), but they made an addition with Chilo Rachal this week on a 1 year deal to make that less of a need this early. Brockers is one of my favorite players in the draft, and I think he has a lot of upside (even being compared to a young Richard Seymour). I wouldn’t be surprised if he went higher, I think teams could be more intrigued by him than they’re letting on – but nonetheless it’s a nice pick for the Bears at this point.
OPTION 2 – Dontari Poe, NT/DT
OPTION 3 – Cordy Glenn, OG/OT
OPTION 4 – Coby Fleener, TE
OPTION 5 – Stephon Gilmore, CB/FS
OPTION 6 – Mike Adams, OT
OPTION 7 – Dre Kirkpatrick, CB/FS
Needs: DT, LT, TE, CB, OLB, OG, DE, WR, MLB, S, C.
Off-season Acquisitions:
RB Matt Forte (Franchised), WR Brandon Marshall (Trade/Dolphins), RB Michael Bush (Oakland), OLB Lance Briggs (Extension), QB Jason Campbell (Oakland), OG Chilo Rachal (49ers), WR/KR Eric Weems (Falcons), OLB Geno Hayes (Tampa Bay), TE Kellen Davis (Re-Signed), DE Israel Idonije (Re-Signed), CB Kelvin Hayden (Falcons), CB Jonathan Wilhite (Denver), CB Tim Jennings (Re-Signed), WR/ST Devin Thomas (Giants), OLB/ST Blake Costanzo (49ers), QB Josh McCown (Re-Signed), S Craig Steltz (Re-Signed)

20. Titans – Dre Kirkpatrick, CB/FS – Alabama
I think Kirkpatrick is a good fit to replace CB Cortland Finnegan in Tennessee, but I also think he is talented enough to be gone by this point. Obviously, replacing Finnegan is a major need so the like of Gilmore, Janoris Jenkins, or possibly Josh Robinson could be considered here. I think Virginia Tech CB Jayron Hosley could be a potential sleeper for this pick. The addition of Kamerion Wimbley helped with their need for the DE/OLB type but should Quinton Coples fall he’d be hard to pass on – but they will be looking for DT help. Also, their coach is a former offensive lineman, so I wouldn’t rule out the possibility of upgrading the line early on.
OPTION 2 – Quinton Coples, DE/DT
OPTION 3 – Stephon Gilmore, CB/FS
OPTION 4 – Michael Brockers, DT/DE
OPTION 5 – Dontari Poe, NT/DT
OPTION 6 – Jonathan Martin, OT
OPTION 7 – Jayron Hosley, CB
Needs: CB, OT, DT, MLB, C, DE/OLB, WR, OG, TE, S, RB.
Off-season Acquisitions:
S Michael Griffin (Franchised), DE/OLB Kamerion Wimbley (Raiders), OG Steve Hutchinson (Vikings), S Jordan Babineaux (Re-Signed), OT Mike Otto (Re-Signed), DE Dave Ball (Re-Signed), WR Lavelle Hawkins (Re-Signed), OLB Tim Shaw (Re-Signed), DT Leger Douzable (Jaguars), DE Keyunta Dawson (Lions)

21. Bengals – Cordy Glenn, OG/OT – Georgia
The Bengals are finally able to build upon some nice young talent, and they should really be able to upgrade their team with picks No.17 and No.21. They added Travelle Wharton this off-season, but Glenn provides an upgrade to either OG or OT along their line. If they fail to land a CB at No.17 then this could be a spot to target help at that position or they may look for a WR like Stephen Hill or Kendall Wright here.
OPTION 2 – David DeCastro, OG
OPTION 3 – Kendall Wright, WR
OPTION 4 – Stephen Hill, WR
OPTION 5 – Dont’a Hightower, MLB
OPTION 6 – Doug Martin, RB
Needs: CB, WR, OG, SS, RB, MLB, OLB, DT, OT, DE.

22. Browns (Falcons) – Bobby Massie, OT – Mississippi State *
The Browns are looking for RT opposite Joe Thomas and they could find help in Massie, Jonathan Martin, or Mike Adams here. Massie is creeping into the 1st round discussion, but most may think it’s a bit early for him. Jeff Allen of Illinois could be a sleeper here. If the Browns pass on Richardson at No.4 they’ll be in the market for a RB, but they can probably wait a round or two to address that in that scenario. More likely here at No.22 would be them targeting a QB or WR should they pass on Tannehill and Blackmon at No.4 – it’s very likely they consider QB Brandon Weeden with this pick.
OPTION 2 – Jonathan Martin, OT
OPTION 3 – Brandon Weeden, QB
OPTION 4 – Courtney Upshaw, OLB/DE
OPTION 5 – Kendall Wright, WR
OPTION 6 – Mike Adams, OT
OPTION 7 – Stephen Hill, WR
Needs: RB, WR, QB, RT, OLB, DE, OG/C, CB, DT, FS, TE.

23. Lions – Courtney Upshaw, OLB/DE – Alabama
Upshaw has seen his stock drop slightly in recent weeks, but he is still a very talented player. However, it’s likely the Lions would consider an OT like Jonathan Martin or Mike Adams here are a potential replacement for aging Jeff Backus. The Lions are known for taking the best available player and even with the ‘tweener’ label Upshaw fits the bill and a need. The other likely choice would be a CB for Detroit, with a possible sleeper being OLB Lavonte David.
OPTION 2 – Mike Adams, OT
OPTION 3 – Dre Kirkpatrick, CB/FS
OPTION 4 – Jonathan Martin, OT
OPTION 5 – Lavonte David OLB
OPTION 6 – Peter Konz, C/OG
OPTION 7 – Whitney Mercilus, OLB/DE
Needs: OT, CB, OLB, OG/C, S, DE, MLB, RB, WR, FB/TE.
Off-season Acquisitions:
WR Calvin Johnson (Extension), DE/OLB Cliff Avril (Franchised), MLB Stephen Tulloch (Re-Signed), OT Jeff Backus (Re-Signed), CB Jacob Lacey (Colts), RB Kevin Smith (Re-Signed), QB Shaun Hill (Re-Signed), DT Sammie Lee Hill (Re-Signed), DE Everette Brown (Chargers), OLB DeAndre Levy (Re-Signed), OT Corey Hilliard (Re-Signed), MLB Ashlee Palmer (Re-Signed), S Erik Coleman (Re-Signed), DT Andre Fluellen (Re-Signed), P Ben Graham (Re-Signed), C/LS Don Muhlbach (Re-Signed), WR Terrance Toliver (Texans)

24. Steelers – Dont’a Hightower, MLB – Alabama
Pittsburgh will be looking to get younger on the defensive side of the ball – and well they need to replace James Farrior and what better way to do than with a stud like Hightower. Hightower has some potential to go higher, but there is also a chance another defensive prospect could fall to them (Dontari Poe?). I think this is an important draft for Pittsburgh moving forward, so their picks need to be good ones. The Steelers could reach for another MLB if Hightower is gone, address the NT spot, or upgrade the offensive line.
OPTION 2 – Dontari Poe, NT/DT
OPTION 3 – Jonathan Martin, OT
OPTION 4 – Jerel Worthy, DT
OPTION 5 – Kendall Reyes, DT/DE
OPTION 6 – Mychal Kendricks, MLB
Needs: MLB, OT, NT, RB, CB, OG, S, Backup QB, DE/OLB, WR.
Off-season Acquisitions:
WR Mike Wallace (Re-Signed), RB Isaac Redman (Re-Signed), OG Ramon Foster (Re-Signed), WR Jerricho Cotchery (Re-Signed), TE Leonard Pope (Chiefs), OG Doug Legursky (Re-Signed), QB Charlie Batch (Re-Signed), NT Steve McLendon (Re-Signed), OG/OT Trai Essex (Re-Signed), TE David Johnson (Re-Signed), CB Keenan Lewis (Re-Signed), P Jeremy Kapinos (Re-Signed), S Ryan Mundy (Re-Signed), QB Troy Smith (49ers), S Myron Rolle (Titans)

25. Denver – Derek Wolfe, DT/DE – Cincinnati
They lost DT Brodrick Bunkley this off-season, and while they added Justin Bannan –I think they’ll still be looking to upgrade the position. Michael Brockers would be an easy choice is he falls, and we often see Jerel Worthy or Kendall Reyes mocked here – however, Wolfe is the guy I’m going with. Wolfe is an under-the-rader prospect who is gaining a lot of interest with his long arms and ability to makes plays against the run. There are a lot of expectations for the Broncos to succeed this season, getting the right pieces in place is vital.
OPTION 2 – Michael Brockers, DT/DE
OPTION 3 – Shea McClellin, DE/OLB
OPTION 4 – Kendall Reyes, DT/DE
OPTION 5 – Jerel Worthy, DT
OPTION 6 – Janoris Jenkins, CB
Needs: DT, CB, DE/OLB, RB, OG/C, WR, QB, MLB, OT, S, TE.
Off-season Acquisitions:
QB Peyton Manning (Colts), S Mike Adams (Browns), CB Tracy Porter (Saints), TE Jacob Tamme (Colts), K Matt Prater (Franchised), WR Andre Caldwell (Bengals), DT Justin Bannan (Rams), WR Brandon Stockley (Giants), TE Joel Dreessen (Texans), MLB Joe Mays (Re-Signed), OLB Wesley Woodyard (Re-Signed), QB Caleb Hanie (Bears), DE Jason Hunter (Re-Signed), WR Matt Willis (Re-Signed), P Britton Colquitt (Re-Signed), OG Manny Ramirez (Re-Signed), WR Jason Hill (Jaguars), TE Cornelius Ingram (Eagles)

26. Texans – Jonathan Martin, OT – Stanford *
It was originally thought that Martin would be valued much higher than this, but for the Texans it’d be a nice way to replace Eric Winston. The Texans need to add some receiver help, and find a replacement for Mario Williams – but making sure Arian Foster and the run game continues to keep rolling is equally as important. If Martin is gone, Bobby Massie would make sense or they could go the direction of Stephen Hill, Kendall Wright, or Nick Perry.
OPTION 2 – Bobby Massie, OT
OPTION 3 – Stephen Hill, WR
OPTION 4 – Mike Adams, OT
OPTION 5 – Whitney Mercilus, OLB/DE
OPTION 6 – Nick Perry, DE/OLB
Needs: OT, WR, MLB, DE/OLB, OG, CB, NT/DT, TE, S, C, K.
Off-season Acquisitions:
RB Arian Foster (Re-Signed), C Chris Myers (Re-Signed), MLB Bradie James (Dallas), P Donnie Jones (Rams), S Quintin Demps (Re-Signed), MLB/ST Tim Dobbins (Re-Signed), C/LS Jon Weeks (Re-Signed)

27. Patriots (Saints) – Lavonte David, OLB – Nebraska
David is a prospect who would be a nice addition for the Patriots, as a true OLB, compared to other hyprid DE/OLB types. He is a player that could be a sleeper to go higher than people think as well. Other possible targets here include Nick Perry, Shea McClellin, and they’d love to see Courtney Upshaw fall. New England could also go with Reyes, Worthy, or Harrison Smith – but you just never know about the Patriots logic.
OPTION 2 – Courtney Upshaw, OLB/DE
OPTION 3 – Kendall Reyes, DT/DE
OPTION 4 – Nick Perry, DE/OLB
OPTION 5 – Jerel Worthy, DT
OPTION 6 – Shea McClellin, DE/OLB
Needs: DT/NT, OLB, CB, C/OG, S, DE, WR, RB, MLB, KR, OT.
Off-season Acquisitions:
WR Wes Welker (Franchised), WR Brandon Lloyd (Rams), OG Robert Gallery (Seattle), OG/C Dan Connolly (Re-Signed), WR Deion Branch (Re-Signed), C Dan Koppen (Re-Signed), S Steve Gregory (Chargers), DE/DT Jonathan Fanene (Bengals), WR Anthony Gonzalez (Colts), DE Trevor Scott (Raiders), FB Tony Fiammetta (Dallas), MLB Bobby Carpenter (Dolphins), FB Spencer Larsen (Denver), CB Will Allen (Dolphins), TE Daniel Fells (Broncos), WR Donte Stallworth (Redskins), QB Brian Hoyer (Re-Signed), WR/ST Matthew Slater (Re-Signed), OLB Tracy White (Re-Signed), CB Marquice Cole (Jets)

28. Packers – Nick Perry, DE/OLB – USC *
The Packers defense was a huge problem last season, so you can bet that Defensive Coordinator Dom Capers will have input on adding players to change that. Perry was once considered a possible Top 20 guy, but should find himself somewhere in the latter part of Round 1. I like Perry, and think he is a good fit for Green Bay. Also, the Packers released OT Chad Clifton this week, so that may become a position of greater need. Nonetheless, I’d expect Green Bay to focus on defense early and often.
OPTION 2 – Janoris Jenkins, CB
OPTION 3 – Whitney Mercilus, OLB/DE
OPTION 4 – Shea McClellin, DE/OLB
OPTION 5 – Lavonte David, OLB
OPTION 6 – Jeff Allen, OT/OG
OPTION 7 – Jayron Hosley, CB
Needs: OLB, CB, DE/DT, Backup QB, OT, C/OG, S, RB, MLB, WR.
Off-season Acquisitions:
TE Jermichael Finley (Re-Signed), C Jeff Saturday (Colts,) DE/OLB Erik Walden (Re-Signed), DE Anthony Hargrove (Seattle), DT Dan Muir (Colts), CB Jarrett Bush (Re-Signed)

29. Ravens – Harrison Smith, SS – Notre Dame
Ed Reed seems to contemplate retire day-to-day (plus they lost Tom Zbikowski this off-season) so adding quality players to the position has to be an area they address. I think Smith has all the intangibles and fits Baltimore’s aggressive style. The Ravens could go a different direction, with Peter Konz being the next likely choice even though C Matt Birk did resign. Also, they could stand to find a replacement for Ben Grubbs. Ray Lewis is still playing at a high level, but he can’t play forever – so looking for a MLB or replacing Jarrett Johnson is another idea.
OPTION 2 – Peter Konz, C/OG
OPTION 3 – Kevin Zeitler, OG
OPTION 4 – Nick Perry, DE/OLB
OPTION 5 – Chandler Jones, DE/OLB
OPTION 6 – Doug Martin, RB
OPTION 7 – Mychal Kendricks, MLB
Needs: C/OG, RB, OLB, MLB, S, DE, OT, WR, QB, FB, DT/NT.
Off-season Acquisitions:
RB Ray Rice (Franchised), CB Lardarius Webb (Re-Signed), C Matt Birk (Re-Signed), MLB Jameel McClain (Re-Signed), CB/ST Corey Graham (Bears), QB Curtis Painter (Colts), OLB/DE Sergio Kindle (Re-Signed), MLB Dannell Ellerbe (Re-Signed), OLB/ST Brandon Ayanbadejo (Re-Signed), S Sean Considine (Arizona), OG Justin Boren (Re-Signed), OLB Chavis Williams (Re-Signed)

30. 49ers – Kevin Zeitler, OG – Wisconsin
The Niners need to replace Adam Snyder (Arizona) and Chilo Rachal (Chicago) and Zeitler would be the mauling guard they need. If Zeitler is gone then Konz (who could play OG), Jeff Allen (who could move to OG), Amini Silatolu or even Kelechi Osemele would be in play for them here. Aside from the guard position, they’ll be looking to address the defensive front-four. Another interesting option, in the two-tight end set world, is Harbaugh reuniting with Coby Fleener and paring him with Vernon Davis.
OPTION 2 – Kendall Reyes, DT/DE
OPTION 3 – Amini Silatolu, OG
OPTION 4 – Coby Fleener, TE
OPTION 5 – Stephen Hill, WR
OPTION 6 – Jeff Allen OT/OG
Needs: OG, DE, DT/NT, backup TE, CB, WR, OLB, MLB, OT, S, C.
Off-season Acquisitions:
S Da’Shon Golden (Franchised), MLB Ahmad Brooks (Re-Signed), CB Carlos Rogers (Re-Signed), QB Alex Smith (Re-Signed), WR Randy Moss (Titans), WR Mario Manningham (Giants), RB Brandon Jacobs (Giants), QB Josh Johnson (Tampa Bay), WR Ted Ginn Jr. (Re-Signed), CB Perrish Cox (Broncos), OLB Larry Grant (Re-Signed), S C.J. Spillman (Re-Signed), OLB Tavares Gooden (Re-Signed), RB/ST Rock Cartwright (Raiders), DT Will Tukuafu (Re-Signed), CB Tramaine Brock (Re-Signed), WR Brett Swain (Re-Signed)

31. Patriots – Jerel Worthy, DT/DE – Michigan State *
What the Patriots do with pick No.27 will have a lot of say in what they do here. New England is often in a position to draft best available, but this year they do have some needs to address – although, we all know they’re likely to trade one of the picks and stockpile more for next season. Worthy would be a nice addition if they make the pick, and is a good value this late. However, they could also take the best available or look to the secondary or offensive line with the pick.
OPTION 2 – Harrison Smith, SS
OPTION 3 – Kendall Reyes, DT/DE
OPTION 4 – Janoris Jenkins, CB
OPTION 5 – Kevin Zeitler, OG
OPTION 6 – Chandler Jones, DE/OLB
OPTION 7 – Whitney Mercilus, OLB/DE
Needs: DT/NT, OLB, CB, C/OG S, DE, WR, RB, MLB, KR, OT.

32. Giants – Doug Martin, RB – Boise State
The released Brandon Jacobs and will be in the market for a compliment for Ahmad Bradshaw at some point in the draft – and I think Martin would be a good choice here. If New York wants to wait til later to add a RB then guys like Coby Fleener, Mike Adams, and Jeff Allen become next likely options. The trade to acquire Keith Rivers made is less likely they’ll go after Lavonte David or Zach Brown with this pick. The Giants are the Champs, but they need to make some upgrades to fight through a tough schedule and try to repeat.
OPTION 2 – Mike Adams, OT
OPTION 3 – Coby Fleener, TE
OPTION 4 – Jeff Allen, OT/OG
OPTION 5 – Kendall Wright, WR
Needs: OT, RB, DT, TE, CB, OLB, WR, S, DE, OG/C, MLB.
Off-season Acquisitions:
CB Terrell Thomas (Re-Signed), OLB Keith Rivers (Trade/Bengals), TE Martellus Bennett (Dallas), WR Domenik Hixon (Re-Signed), TE Jake Ballard (Re-Signed), P Steve Weatherford (Franchised), OT Sean Locklear (Redskins), MLB Chase Blackburn (Re-Signed), QB David Carr (Re-Signed), CB Justin Tryon (Re-Signed), TE Bear Pascoe (Re-Signed), LS Zak DeOssie (Extension), CB Antwaun Molden (Patriots), S Stevie Brown (Colts), CB Michael Coe (Re-Signed)

No 1st Round Pick –
Oakland – Needs: RT, NT/DT, TE, OG/C, CB, RB, OLB, WR, S, QB, DE.
Off-season Acquisitions:
S Tyvon Branch (Franchised), OG Mike Brisiel (Texans), OT Khalif Barnes (Re-Signed), CB Ronald Bartell (Rams), OLB Philip Wheeler (Colts), RB Mike Goodson (Trade/Carolina), FB Marcel Reece (Re-Signed), CB Shawntae Spencer (49ers), DE Dave Tollefson (Giants), CB Pat Lee (Packers), TE Andre Hardy (Cal. State Fullerton), CB Bryan McCann (Re-Signed), S Matt Giordano (Re-Signed), WR Duke Calhoun (Giants), RB Lonyae Miller (Dallas)

Falcons – Needs: DE, CB, OT, TE, OG/C, OLB, FS, WR, DT, backup QB, RB.
Off-season Acquisitions:
CB Brent Grimes (Re-Signed), MLB Lofa Tatupu (Seattle), S Thomas DeCoud (Re-Signed), DE/OLB John Abraham (Re-Signed), DE Kory Biermann (Re-Signed), WR Harry Douglas (Re-Signed), RB Jason Snelling (Re-Signed), C Todd McClure (Re-Signed), QB Chris Redman (Re-Signed), DT Vance Walker (Re-Signed), C/LS Joe Zelenka (Re-Signed)

Saints – Needs: CB, DE, DT, S, OT, WR, OLB, backup QB, MLB, OG, TE/FB.
Off-season Acquisitions:
QB Drew Brees (Franchised), OG Ben Grubbs (Ravens), MLB Curtis Lofton (Falcons), WR Marques Colston (Re-Signed), MLB/OLB David Hawthorne (Seattle), DT Brodrick Bunkley (Denver), CB Jabari Greer (Extension), K John Kasey (Re-Signed), OLB Chris Chamberlain (Rams), DE Turk McBride (Re-Signed), QB Chase Daniel (Re-Signed), WR Courtney Roby (Re-Signed)

2nd Round:

33. Rams – Kendall Reyes, DT/DE – U Conn
34. Colts – Coby Fleener, TE – Stanford
35. Vikings – Mike Adams, OT – Ohio State
36. Tampa Bay – Whitney Mercilus, OLB/DE – Illinois *
37. Browns – Brandon Weeden, QB – Oklahoma State
38. Jaguars – Peter Konz, C/OG – Wisconsin *
39. Rams (Redskins) – LeMichael James, RB – Oregon *
40. Carolina – Janoris Jenkins, CB – North Alabama
41. Bills – Alshon Jeffery, WR – South Carolina *
42. Dolphins – Stephen Hill, WR – Georgia Tech *
43. Seattle – Zack Brown, OLB – North Carolina
44. Chiefs – Alameda Ta’amu, NT/NT – Washington
45. Dallas – Shea McClellin, DE/OLB – Boise State
46. Eagles – Brandon Taylor, SS – LSU
47. Jets – Jeff Allen, OT/OG – Illinois
48. Patriots (Oakland) – Trumaine Johnson, CB/FS – Montana
49. Chargers – Amini Silatolu, OG – Midwestern State
50. Bears – Josh Robinson, CB – Central Florida *
51. Eagles (Arizona) – Ronnell Lewis, OLB/DE – Oklahoma *
52. Titans – Andre Branch, DE/OLB – Clemson
53. Bengals – Kendall Wright, WR – Baylor
54. Lions – Jayron Hosley, CB – Virginia Tech *
55. Falcons – Dwayne Allen, TE – Clemson *
56. Steelers – David Wilson, RB – Virginia Tech *
57. Denver – Brock Osweiler, QB – Arizona State *
58. Texans – AJ Jenkins, WR – Illinois
***** Saints – (Forfeit Pick – Violation of NFL Rules)
59. Packers – Brandon Boykin, CB – Georgia
60. Ravens – Kelechi Osemele, OG/OT – Iowa State
61. 49ers – Vinny Curry, DE – Marshall
62. Patriots – Brandon Brooks, OG – Miami (OH)
63. Giants – Zebrie Sanders, OT – Florida State

3rd Round:

64. Colts – Brandon Thompson, DT/NT – Clemson
65. Rams – George IIoka, FS/SS – Boise State
66. Vikings – Mychal Kendricks, MLB – California
67. Browns – Rueben Randle, WR – LSU *
68. Tampa Bay – Lamar Miller, RB – Miami (FL) **
69. Redskins – DeQuan Menzie, CB/FS – Alabama
70. Jaguars – Brian Quick, WR – Appalachian State
71. Bills – Dwight Bentley, CB – Louisiana-Lafayette
72. Dolphins – Jared Crick, DE/DT – Nebraska
73. Dolphins (Bears via Carolina) – Mitchell Schwartz, OT – California
74. Chiefs – Terrell Manning, MLB/OLB – NC State *
75. Seattle – James Brown, OG/OT – Troy
76. Texans (Eagles) – Bobby Wagner, MLB/OLB – Utah State
77. Jets – Marvin Jones, WR – Cailfornia
***** Oakland – (Forfeit Pick – 2011 Supplemental Draft)
78. Chargers – Isaiah Pead, RB – Cincinnati
79. Bears – Orson Charles, TE – Georgia *
80. Arizona – Ben Jones, C – Georgia
81. Dallas – Ryan Broyles, WR/KR – Oklahoma
82. Titans – Devon Still, DT/DE – Penn State
83. Bengals – Chris Polk, RB – Washington *
84. Falcons – Olivier Vernon, DE – Miami (FL) *
85. Lions – Donald Stephenson, OT – Oklahoma
86. Steelers – Mike Martin, NT/DT – Michigan
87. Denver – Bernard Pierce, RB – Temple *
88. Eagles (Texans) – Kirk Cousins, QB – Michigan State
89. Saints – Casey Howard, CB – Vanderbilt
90. Packers – Markelle Martin, FS – Oklahoma State
91. Ravens – Demario Davis, OLB – Arkansas State
92. 49ers – Mohammad Sanu, WR – Rutgers *
93. Patriots – Juron Criner, WR – Arizona
94. Giants – Michael Egnew, TE – Missouri
95c. Oakland – Robert Turbin, RB – Utah State *

4th Round:

96. Rams – Josh Norman, CB – Costal Carolina
97. Colts – Chris Givens, WR – Wake Forest *
98. Vikings – Antonio Allen, SS/OLB – South Carolina
99. Texans (Eagles via Tampa Bay) – Cam Johnson, DE/OLB – Virginia
100. Browns – Jonathan Massaquoi, OLB/DE – Troy *
101. Jaguars – Russell Wilson, QB/RB – Wisconsin
102. Redskins – Tony Bergstrom, OT/OG – Utah
103. Dolphins – Ladarius Green, TE/WR – Louisiana-Lafayette
104. Carolina – Brandon Washington, OG – Miami (FL) *
105. Bills – Bruce Irvin, DE/OLB – West Virginia
106. Seattle – Nick Foles, QB – Arizona
107. Chiefs – Justin Bethel, CB/FS – Presbyterian
108. Denver (Jets) – Alfonzo Dennard, CB – Nebraska
109. Redskins (Oakland) – Vontaze Burfict, MLB – Arizona State *
110. Chargers – Trenton Robinson, FS – Michigan State
111. Bears – Keenan Robinson, OLB/MLB – Texas
112. Arizona – T.Y. Hilton, WR/KR – Florida International
113. Dallas – Josh Chapman, NT/DT – Alabama
114. Eagles – Taylor Thompson, TE/DL – SMU
115. Titans – Brandon Mosley, OT – Auburn
116. Bengals – Sean Spence, OLB/SS – Miami (FL)
117. Lions – Phillip Blake, C – Baylor
118. Browns (Falcons) – Ron Brooks, CB – LSU
119. Steelers – Senio Kelemete, OG – Washington
120. Denver – Malik Johnson, DE/OLB – Tennessee
121. Texans – Marvin McNutt, WR – Iowa
122. Saints – Phillip Thomas, FS – Syracuse *
123. Packers – Josh Kaddu, OLB/DE – Oregon
124. Bills (Ravens) – James Michael-Johnson, MLB – Nevada
125. 49ers – Akiem Hicks, DT/NT – Regina (Canada)
126. Patriots – Leonard Johnson, CB – Iowa State
127. Giants – Marcus Forston, DT – Miami (FL) *
128c. Vikings – Nick Toon, WR – Wisconsin
129c. Oakland – Hebron Fangupo, DT/NT – BYU
130c. Ravens – Cyrus Gray, RB – Texas A&M
131c. Giants – Chase Minnifield, CB – Virginia
132c. Packers – Michael Smith, RB – Utah State
133c. Packers – Tom Compton, OT – South Dakota
134c. Vikings – Ronnie Hillman, RB – San Diego State **
135c. Dallas – Jamell Fleming, CB – Oklahoma

5th Round:

136. Colts – Kyle Wilber, OLB/DE/MLB – Wake Forest
137. Denver (Rams) – Joe Adams, WR/KR – Arkansas
138. Vikings – Coryell Judie, CB – Texas A&M
139. Browns – Tyrone Crawford, DE/OLB – Boise State
140. Tampa Bay – Audie Cole, MLB/OLB – NC State
141. Redskins – Nigel Bradham, OLB – Florida State
142. Jaguars – Jake Bequette, DE/OLB – Arkansas
143. Carolina – Bryan Anger, P – California
144. Bills – B.J. Coleman, QB – Tennessee-Chattanooga
145. Dolphins – Lucas Nix, OG – Pittsburgh
146. Chiefs – Tauren Poole, RB – Tennessee
147. Bills (Seattle) – DeAngelo Peterson, TE – LSU
148. Oakland – Shaun Prater, CB – Iowa
149. Chargers – Kheeston Randall, DT – Texas
150. Bears – Nate Potter, OT/OG – Boise State
151. Arizona – Andrew Datko, OT – Florida State
152. Dallas – Lennon Creer, RB – Louisiana Tech
153. Eagles – Trevin Wade, CB – Arizona
154. Jets – Josh LeRibeus, OG – SMU
155. Titans – David Molk, C – Michigan
156. Bengals – Tommy Streeter, WR – Maimi (FL) *
157. Falcons – Chris Greenwood, CB – Albion
158. Lions – Chris Rainey, RB/WR – Florida
159. Steelers – Robert Blanton, CB/FS – Notre Dame
160. Browns (Denver) – Adam Gettis, OG – Iowa
161. Texans – Ronald Leary, OG – Memphis
162. Saints – Billy Winn, DE/DT – Boise State
163. Packers – Michael Brewster, C – Ohio State
164. Ravens – Rishard Matthews, WR – Nevada
165. 49ers – Evan Rodriquez, FB/TE – Temple
166. Bengals (Patriots) – Trevor Guyton, DE/DT – California
167. Bengals (Giants) – Duke Ihenacho, SS –San Jose State
168c. Oakland – Joe Looney, OG – Wake Forest
169c. Ravens – Quintin Saulsberry, C – Mississippi State
170c. Colts – Ryan Steed, CB – Furman

6th Round:

171. Rams – Travis Lewis, OLB – Oklahoma
172. Eagles (Colts) – DeVier Posey, WR – Ohio State
173. Redskins (Vikings) – Gino Gradkowski, OG/C – Delaware
174. Tampa Bay – Brandon Hardin, FS/SS – Oregon State
175. Vikings (Browns) – Jaye Howard, DT/DE – Florida
176. Jaguars – Vick Ballard, RB – Mississippi State
177. Arizona (Redskins) – Tank Carder, MLB/OLB – TCU
178. Bills – Alex Hoffman-Ellis, OLB – Washington State
179. Saints (Dolphins) – Ryan Lindley, QB – San Diego State
180. Carolina – Emmanuel Acho, MLB – Texas
181. Seattle – Jake Crawford, DE – Penn State
182. Chiefs – Brandon Lindsey, OLB/DE – Pittsburgh
183. Chargers – Tim Fugger, DE/OLB – Vanderbilt
184. Bears – Jacquies Smith, DE/OLB – Missouri
185. Arizona – Aaron Henry, FS – Wisconsin
186. Dallas – James Hanna, TE – Oklahoma
187. Jets (Colts via Eagles) – Greg Childs, WR – Arkansas
188. Denver (Jets) – Cameron Collins, MLB – Oregon State
189. Oakland – Matt McCants, OT – Alabama-Birmingham
190. Titans – Jarius Wright, WR – Arkansas
191. Bengals – Levy Adcock, OT – Oklahoma State
192. Falcons – Darius Fleming, OLB/DE – Notre Dame
***** Lions (Forfeit Pick – Violation of NFL Rules)
193. Steelers – Matt Reynolds, OT – BYU
194. Eagles (Denver) – Terrance Ganaway, RB/FB – Baylor
195. Texans – Bradie Ewing, FB – Wisconsin
196. Dolphins (Saints) – Jeff Fuller, WR/TE – Texas A&M
197. Packers – Austin Davis, QB – Southern Miss.
198. Ravens – Jerry Franklin, MLB – Arkansas
199. 49ers – Coty Sensabaugh, CB – Clemson
200. Eagles (Patriots) – Jeff Adams, OT – Columbia
201. Giants – TJ Graham, WR – NC State
202c. Jets – Janzen Jackson, FS/CB – McNeese State *
203c. Jets – Omar Bolden, CB – Arizona State
204c. Browns – DaJohn Harris, DT – USC
205c. Browns – Devon Wylie, WR – Fresno State
206c. Colts – Markus Zusevics, OT – Iowa
207c. Carolina – Dwight Jones, WR – UNC

7th Round:

208. Colts – Donte Paige-Moss, DE/OLB – UNC *
209. Rams – Drew Butler, P – Georgia
210. Vikings – Ryan Miller, OG – Colorado
211. Browns – Christian Thompson, FS – South Carolina State
212. Tampa Bay – Keshawn Martin, WR – Michigan State
213. Redskins – Edwin Baker, RB – Michigan State *
214. Colts (Jets via Jaguars) – Danny Coale, WR/P – Virginia Tech
215. Dolphins – Braylon Broughton, OLB – TCU
216. Carolina – Korey Toomer, MLB/OLB – Idaho
217. Bills – Marquise Maze, WR – Alabama
218. Chiefs – Kelcie McCray, SS – Arkansas State
219. Lions (Seattle) – Kourtnei Brown, DE – Clemson
220. Bears – DJ Campbell, FS – California
221. Arizona – Junior Hemingway, WR – Michigan
222. Dallas – Brett Roy, DT/DE/OLB – Nevada
223. Vikings (Patriots via Eagles) – Cliff Harris, CB – Oregon (X)
224. Packers (Jets) – Ishmaa’ily Kitchen, NT/DT – Kent State
225. Seattle (Oakland) – Mike Harris, CB – Florida State
226. Chargers – Larry Holmes, OT/OG – Southern Miss.
227. Titans – Dan Herron, RB – Ohio State
228. Jaguars (Bengals) – Miles Burris, OLB – San Diego State
229. Falcons – Eric Page, WR/KR – Toledo *
230. Lions – Drake Dunsmore, FB/TE – Northwestern
231. Steelers – Chandler Harnish, QB – Northern Illinois
232. Jets (Denver) – Najee Goode, MLB/OLB – WVU
233. Texans – Nicolas Jean-Baptiste, NT/DT – Baylor
234. Saints – Emil Igwenagu, FB/TE – U Mass
235. Packers – Chris Galippo, MLB – USC
236. Ravens – Eddie Whitley, FS – Virginia Tech
237. 49ers – Antoine McClain, OG – Clemson
238. Chiefs (Patriots) – Garth Gerhart, C – Arizona State
239. Giants – Cody Pearcy, WR/KR – Huntingdon College (AL)
240c. Steelers – Asa Jackson, CB – Cal-Poly
241c. Packers – BJ Cunningham, WR – Michigan State
242c. Jets – Ernest Owusu, DE/OLB – California
243c. Packers – Dennis Kelly, OT – Purdue
244c. Jets – Jeremy Lane, CB – Northwestern State
245c. Browns – Aaron Corp, QB – Richmond
246c. Steelers – Greg Zuerlein, K – Western State (MO)
247c. Browns – Shawn Powell, P – Florida State
248c. Steelers – Josh Bush, FS – Wake Forest
249c. Falcons – Chris Anzevino, C – Kent State
250c. Chargers – Chase Ford, TE – Miami (FL)
251c. Bills – Keith Tandy, CB – WVU
252c. Rams – Kellen Moore, QB – Boise State
253c. Colts – Jordan Morris-Bernstine, SS – Iowa

Best Of The Rest (UDFA):
Adrien Robinson, TE – Cincinnati
Donnie Fletcher, CB – Boston College
Tyler Nielsen, OLB – Iowa
David Gonzales, OT – Washington State
Danny Trevathan, OLB – Kentucky
Charles Mitchell, SS – Miss. State
Frank Alexander, DE – Oklahoma
Tim Benford, WR – Tennessee Tech
Daryl Richardson, RB – Abilene Christian
Brian Stahovich, P – San Diego State
Desmond Wynn, OG – Rutgers
Shawn Loiseau, MLB – Merrimack
Steven Baker, OT – East Carolina
Scott Solomon, DE/OLB – Rice
Micah Pellerin, CB – Hampton
Brad Smelley, FB/TE – Alabama
Matt Conrath, DE/DT – Virginia
Rishaw Johnson, OG – California (PA)
Dustin Waldron, OT – Portland State
Julian Talley, WR – U Mass
Jamie Blatnick, DE/OLB – Oklahoma State
DeAngelo Tyson, DT – Georgia
Kelvin Beachum, OG – SMU
Blair Walsh, K – Georgia
Rhett Ellison, TE/FB – USC
Bryce Brown, RB – Kansas State
Robert Golden, FS/CB – Arizona
Darius Reynolds, WR – Iowa State
William Vlochos, C – Alabama
Ronnie Cameron, DT – Old Dominion
Sammy Brown, OLB – Houston
Eddie Pleasant, SS – Oregon
Matt Veldman, TE – North Dakota State
Charles Brown, CB – UNC
Patrick Wilt, QB – Yale
Rokevious Watkins, OG – South Carolina
Travon Wilson, FS – Illinois
James Carmon, OT – Miss. State
Travis Benjamin, WR – Miami (FL)
Dominique Hamilton, DT/DE – Missouri
GJ Kinne, QB/RB – Tulsa
Lionel Smith, CB – Texas A&M
Darrion Weems, OT – Oregon
Markus Kuhn, DT – NC State
Derek Dennis, OG – Temple
Josh Bellamy, CB – Louisville
Adonis Thomas, RB – Toledo
Noah Keller, MLB – Ohio
Jordan White, WR – Western Michigan
Jerrell Harris, OLB/MLB – Alabama
Terrence Frederick, CB – Texas A&M
Winston Guy, SS – Kentucky
Jacory Harris, QB/WR – Miami (FL)
John Hughes, DE/DT – Cincinnati
Landon Walker, OT – Clemson
Grant Garner, C – Oklahoma State
Chigbo Anuoby, DT – Morehouse
Tony Dye, SS – UCLA
Buddy Jackson, CB – Pittsburgh
Johnnie Troutman, OG – Penn State
Mike Daniels, DT/DE – Iowa
Tarih Whitehead, OLB – Temple
Trevor Coston, FS/ST – Maine
Bobby Rainey, RB – Western Kentucky
Chris Owusu, WR – Stanford
Matt Johnson, SS – Eastern Michigan
Darron Thomas, QB – Oregon
Marcus Dowtin, MLB – North Alabama
Adrian Robinson, OLB/DE – Temple
Jeremy Jones, CB – Wayne State (MI)
Derek Carrier, TE – Beloit
Marc Tyler, RB – USC (X)
Chase Baker DE/DT – Boise State
Matt Daniels, SS – Duke
Kevin Koger, TE – Michigan
Brandon Carswell, WR – USC
Josh Ogelsby, OT – Wisconsin
Derrick Shelby, DE – Utah
Jaymes Brooks, OG – Virginia Tech
Brandon Bolden, RB – Mississippi
D’Anton Lynn, FS/CB – Penn State
George Bryan, TE – NC State
Sean Richardson, SS – Vanderbilt
Kentrell Lockett, OLB/DE – Mississippi
Max Gruder, MLB – Pittsburgh
Tydreke Powell, DT – UNC
Randy Bullock, K – Texas A&M
Julian Miller, DE/OLB – WVU
Marcel Jones, OT – Nebraska
Tony Jerod-Eddie, DT – Texas A&M
Ryan Van Bergen, DE – Michigan
Mason Cloy, C – Clemson
Gerell Robinson, WR – Arizona State
Brian Linthicum, TE – Michigan State

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