The proverbial dust of free agency has settled to a reasonable enough degree. Draftniks can officially peek their heads out from their snug corridors and safely go back to making mostly unfounded assumptions. Being that unfounded assumptions are something I happen to specialize as a pre-law/political science student, I was anxious waiting for things to calm down enough for me to post a new mock.
Since I have little to do as I cower in fear of the inevitable upcoming finals projects, once again it will be a 7 rounder. As I stated in my previous mocks, I used to post these on mockingthedraft, but since fanposting is no longer available there, I’ll post it here on my home planet of turfshowtimes, but welcome comments, questions, and petty nonsensical rants from fans of any and all teams. I’ll do my best to answer them, I only ask that you all follow and practice Wheaton's Law.
#1 - Chiefs: Luke Joeckel/OT (Texas A&M): It’s looking more and more like this pick is solidifying. Joeckel is one of the very few players actually worth taking at #1, and he just happens to be at a position that the re-building Chiefs can build around for years to come.
#2 - Jaguars: Geno Smith/QB (West Virginia): This pick is tougher. Floyd or Jordan could go here and make sense, but the hype around Smith as growing once again. The Jags might even be well-suited to listen to trade offers for this pick from teams who need a quarterback. In this mock, I have the Jags taking him straight-up. Blaine Gabbert has been the butt of jokes for his terrible play, and the new regime has no allegiance to him.
#3 - Raiders: Sharrif Floyd/DT (Florida): There will be a few defensive blue chips here, and if the Raiders take any of them it’s hard to go wrong. In this case, it’s Floyd. The Raiders were reported to have “desperately” wanted to keep Desmond Bryant, and Floyd is a similar type player with higher upside and, to my knowledge, no hilarious mugshots.
#4 - Eagles: Eric Fisher/OT (Central Michigan): You have to believe that if Fisher is here, the Eagles will take him. With switching to a 3-4, it might be tempting for Chip Kelly to want his former player Dion Jordan, but tackle is at more of a premium in the first than pass rush.
#5 - Lions: Dion Jordan/DE (Oregon): The Lions are a BPA team. Jordan would be BPA here by most people’s standards, and just happens to fit a need. Jordan and his high upside could step in to take over where Cliff Avril left off.
#6 - Dolphins: (from Browns): Lane Johnson/OT (Oklahoma) TRADE! In this scenario the Dolphins trade up to 6 with the Browns in exchange for picks 12 and 42 (according to the draft value chart breaks pretty much even). The Dolphins can afford to do this since they have two 2nd rounders. If the Chargers decide to go for this pick, the Dolphins would have to add something else to sweeten the pot. The Dolphins have addressed many of their needs in free agency, but still need a cornerstone tackle to replace Jake Long. The Dolphins are desperate enough that they may consider reaching for D.J. Fluker if they stay put, so I don’t see why they can’t use a surplus 2nd rounder for a better prospect.
#7 - Cardinals: Ezekiel Ansah/OLB (BYU): The Cardinals could trade down a few picks to take a guard if someone back there is in love with Ziggy Ansah, but I’ll refrain for now. Ansah does fill a need for the Cardinals, who can afford to wait until next round for more OL help. Ansah is a high upside prospect whom many scouts have been drooling over.
#8 - Bills: Tavon Austin/WR (West Virginia): TRADE! The 49ers trade picks 31, 34, and 74 to the Bills for pick 8 (which grades out almost exactly on the trade value chart) As many of my TST friends pick up the pieces of their shattered heart, I will explain why this could happen. The Niners have a ridiculous surplus of picks and don’t look to be aiming for Darrelle Revis. They would love to have another versatile weapon for their offense and reportedly like Austin. The Bills, meanwhile really want a quarterback, and would be in better position to take someone at 31 or 34 than at 8.
#9 - Jets: Dee Milliner/CB (Alabama): In a few picks, you will see that I predict the Jets to trade Darrelle Revis to the Bucs. This would actually put the Jets in pretty good position to draft a replacement at either 9 or 13. In this case, they luck out as Dee Milliner, the draft’s top corner, falls into their lap.
Titans: Chance Warmack/G (Alabama): The Titans really want Dee Milliner to fall to them, but will probably not trade up for him. Instead, they will settle for some blue chip talent at guard with Warmack. The Titans made a couple moves at interior line including former Ram Rob Turner, but will still probably be looking for a long-term solution. Warmack could go even higher than this.
#10 - Panthers (from Chargers): Star Lotulelei/DT (Utah): TRADE! The Panthers swap first round picks with the Chargers and throw in a 3rd round pick in 2014. They also receive a 6th rounder in 2013 from the Chargers this year. Star Lotulelei is falling due to circumstance, and the Panthers, wanting a tackle, realize he won’t make it past the Jets at 13, trade up with the Chargers, who probably feel 14 is a better range for the players they are looking at.
#12 - Browns (from Dolphins): Xavier Rhodes/CB (Florida St.): The Browns take themselves out of contention for Dee Milliner but get the second best corner in Rhodes (as well as an extra second rounder). Rhodes makes sense in the 10-20 range and fills a need. Joe Haden is a stud, but the Browns could use someone across from him to upgrade Sheldon Brown, a free agent. They lost out on Brent Grimes.
#13 - Jets (from Buccaneers): Jarvis Jones/OLB (Georgia): TRADE! In this mock, the Darrelle Revis trade goes through and the Jets acquire picks 13 and 73 (they would like more, but with a shortage of talent on the roster and a potential contract mess, the Jets would be ill-advised to turn this offer down). Since the Panthers jumped up for Star Lotulelei, the Jets decide to take one of the quality pass rushers on the board. Jones has some red flags, but the Jets are in need of high-end talent and may be willing to overlook them.
#14 - Chargers (from Panthers): Barkevious Mingo/OLB (LSU): I had a hard time choosing between Jonathan Cooper and Mingo here. I chose Mingo because pass rush is at a higher premium than guard, as I stated in the Cardinals pick. Mingo fits well in a 3-4 and would be a quality successor for Shaun Phillips.
#15 - Broncos (from Saints): Sheldon Richardson/DT (Missouri): TRADE! The Broncos trade up to snag Sheldon Richardson, who should be taken much earlier, in exchange for picks 28, 58, and a 2014 3rd rounder. The Broncos are already Super Bowl contenders and don’t need much more. One place they do have a need is defensive tackle, even after the Terrance Knighton signing. The Broncos can afford to mortgage a few picks to add Richardson, who would make a fearsome duo with Knighton. Meanwhile, the Saints’ needs fit better at 28, and they can pick up extra picks to help offset the one they had to forfeit.
#16 - Rams: Kenny Vaccaro/S (Texas): The Rams could go a few ways here. I choose Vaccaro over Cordarrelle Patterson because Patterson is more likely to be there at 22. The Rams need two starters at safety. Vaccaro is a ballhawk who would immediately help round out one of the only holes in an already stout defense, and his physicality would help against the improving NFC West receiving corps.
#17 - Steelers: Cordarrelle Patterson/WR (Tennessee): With no pass rushers there who fit their scheme, the Steelers elect to scoop up Patterson, whose talent could warrant a higher pick than this. Patterson could offset the loss of Mike Wallace at a much lower price.
#18 - Cowboys: Jonathan Cooper/G/C (UNC): If Cooper falls to 18, the Cowboys would have to be ecstatic. America’s Team needs more talent on the interior offensive line, and Cooper would be the best guard in most drafts. He can also play center if the Cowboys would rather have him there.
19. Giants: Bjoern Werner/DE (Florida St.): I’ve seen several other mocks project this exact pick, and I like it. Werner is a much better prospect than the 19th pick, but falls because unlike guys like Mingo and Ansah, he doesn’t project well in a 3-4. Werner could step in to take over Osi Umenyiora’s spot in the pass rushing rotation.
#20 - Bears: D.J. Fluker/OL (Alabama): If the draft pans out this way, this pick will probably be either Fluker or Alec Ogletree. Fluker makes sense because he can, at the least, fill the immediate need at guard, and then perhaps later take over right tackle. Since the Bears line situation is shaky, a versatile prospect like Fluker is appealing, and he fits the range.
#21 - Bengals: Alec Ogletree/LB (Georgia): Since the next safeties would be a bit of a reach, the Bengals take the high-upside linebacker Ogletree. He has some character concerns, but the Bengals are a team that has a track record of taking a risk on such players.
#22 - Rams: (from Redskins): Keenan Allen/WR (Cal): There is a short run previously on players the Rams would want, so the pick here would be either Allen or Arthur Brown. Allen is a receiver who has a skillset that would immediately improve the Rams’ outside passing game. The Fisher regime appears to be serious about giving Sam Bradford weapons, and Allen definitely fits the bill. He made highlight reels at Cal without quality quarterbacks, so playing with Bradford could let him reach his full potential.
#23 - Vikings: Arthur Brown/LB (Kansas St.): The Vikings have been looking into adding a new linebacker, and Brown is a rising prospect who makes sense at 23. He is versatile enough to play any linebacker spot and would provide a much-needed upgrade at that part of the Vikings’ unit.
#24 - Colts: Desmond Trufant/CB (Washington): The Colts could still stand to have better pass protection, an area of liability last season. Trufant presents fantastic value at 24 and would help solidify the Colts’ cornerback rotation.
#25 - Vikings: (from Seahawks): Sylvester Williams/DT (UNC): Another defensive upgrade for the Vikings. Sylvester Williams makes sense right around this range and would have a good chance of reaching his potential learning under Kevin Williams.
#26 - Packers: Justin Hunter/WR (Tennessee): I know the Packers will look at offensive line talent, but at this range I don’t see much there that would make sense. Instead, they fill the void in the receiving corps left by the departure of Greg Jennings. Hunter is a high upside player who is still raw, but the Packers have had success getting the most out of young receivers in the past.
#27 - Texans: DeAndre Hopkins/WR (Clemson): It’s no secret the Texans have been looking for help at receiver alongside Andre Johnson. With Johnson getting older, it is of even greater importance now. Hopkins is another raw guy who would be well-served learning under one of the best.
#28 - Saints: (from Broncos): Jonathan Cyprien/S (Florida Inetrnational): With the first pick acquired from the Broncos, the Saints find a big upgrade at safety. Scouts apparently love Cyprien, and the Saints have shown they are looking into upgrading safety. Cyprien is a steal at 28.
#29 - Patriots: Datone Jones/DE (UCLA): The Pats will probably take the best defensive back or defensive lineman available here. Their line could use some improvement, and Jones fits the system and provides solid value.
#30 - Falcons: Jamar Taylor/CB (Boise St.): Similar to the Pats think this first pick will either be a defensive lineman or cornerback. The Falcons need young talent at corner after losing Dunta Robinson and brent Grimes via free agency. Taylor has drawn high interest from a number of teams.
#31 - Bills: (from 49ers): Matt Barkley/QB (USC): If the Bills trade back to the end of the first, that pick will probably be a quarterback. It could also be Ryan Nassib or E.J. Manuel, but I still have Barkley rated highest of those three. There have been expressed concerns about his arm, but if he is not deemed quite NFL ready, he can sit for a year behind Kevin Kolb, because let’s be honest, Kolb isn’t going to play well enough to effectively block him for the future.
#32 - Ravens: Manti Te’o/ILB (Notre Dame): I’ll end my analysis with another controversial one. Where exactly Manti Te’o lands is a rather large question mark, but this range seems right to me. Whomever takes Te’o will have to be a team not worried about the media attention he would have follow him. The Ravens have literally never had a season without a highly talented but controversial inside linebacker, so they seem like a reasonable landing place for him.
33. Jaguars: Menelik Watson/OT (Florida St.)
34. Bills (from 49ers via Chiefs): Tyler Eifert/TE (Notre Dame)
35. Eagles: E.J. Manuel/QB (Florida St.)
36. Lions: Kyle Long/OL (Oregon)
37. Bengals (from Raiders): Matt Elam/S (Florida)
38. Cardinals: Terron Armstead/OT (Arkansas-Pine Bluff)
39. Jets: Ryan Nassib/QB (Syracuse)
40. Titans: Johnthan Banks/CB (Mississippi St.)
41. Bills: Robert Woods/WR (USC)
42. Browns (from Dolphins): Larry Warford/G (Kentucky)
43. Buccaneers: Zach Ertz/TE (Stanford)
44. Panthers: Eric Reid/S (LSU)
45. Chargers: Justin Pugh/OT/G (Syracuse)
46. Rams: Khaseem Greene/OLB (Rutgers)
47. Cowboys: Jonathan Hankins/DT (Ohio St.)
48. Steelers: Demontre Moore/OLB (Texas A&M)
49. Giants: Kevin Minter/LB (LSU)
50. Bears: Jamie Collins.OLB (Southern Miss)
51. Redskins: Philip Thomas/S (Fresno St.)
52. Vikings: Quinton Patton/WR (Louisiana Tech)
53. Bengals: Eddie Lacy/RB (Alabama)
54. Dolphins (from Colts): David Amerson/CB (N.C. St.)
55. Packers: Alex Okafor/OLB (Texas)
56. Seahawks: Kawann Short/DT (Purdue)
57. Texans: Kiko Alonso/ILB (Oregon)
58. Saints (from Broncos): Jesse Williams/NT (Alabama)
59. Patriots: Jordan Poyer/CB (Oregon St.)
60. Falcons: Tank Carradine/DE (Florida St.)
61. 49ers: Margus Hunt/DE (SMU)
62. Ravens: D.J. Swearinger/S (South Carolina)
63. Chiefs: Terrance Williams/WR (Baylor)
64. Jaguars: Darius Slay/CB (Mississippi St.)
65. Lions: Sio Moore/OLB (UConn)
66. Raiders: Trevardo Williams/OLB (UConn)
67. Eagles: John Jenkins/NT (Georgia)
68. Browns: Mike Glennon/QB (N.C. St.)
69. Cardinals: Tyler Wilson/QB (Arkansas)
70. Titans: Vance McDonald/TE (Rice)
71. Bills: Jon Bostic/ILB (Florida)
72. Jets: Giovani Bernard/RB (UNC)
73. Buccaneers: Brandon Williams/DT (Missouri Southern)
74. Bills (from 49ers): Travis Frederick/G (Wisconsin)
75. Saints: David Bakhtiari/OT (Colorado)
76. Chargers: Logan Ryan/CB (Rutgers)
77. Dolphins: Jonathan Franklin/RB (UCLA)
78. Rams: Dallas Thomas/G/OT (Tennessee)
79. Steelers: Bacarri Rambo/S (Georgia)
80. Cowboys: Shamarko Thomas/S (Syracuse)
81. Giants: Jordan Mills/OT (Louisiana Tech)
82. Dolphins (from Bears): Sam Montgomery/DE (LSU)
83. Vikings: D.J. Hayden/CB (Houston)
84. Bengals: David Quessenberry/OT/G/C (San Jose St.)
85. Redskins: Robert Alford/CB (Southeastern Louisiana)
86. Colts: Aaron Dobson/WR (Marshall)
87. Seahawks: Da’Rick Rogers/WR (Tennessee Tech)
88. Packers: Barrett Jones/C (Alabama)
89. Texans: Gavin Escobar/TE (San Diego St.)
90. Broncos: Montee Ball/RB (Wisconsin)
91. Patriots: Markus Wheaton/WR (Oregon St.)
92. Falcons: Ryan Swope/WR (Texas A&M)
93. 49ers: J.J. Wilcox/S (Georgia Southern)
94. Ravens: Stedman Bailey/WR (West Virginia)
95. Texans: Corey Lemonier/OLB (Auburn)
96. Chiefs: Alvin Bailey/G (Arkansas)
97. Titans: T.J. McDonald/S (USC)
98. Jaguars: Zaviar Gooden/OLB (Missouri)
99. Chiefs: William Gholston/DE (Michigan St.)
100. Raiders: Tyler Bray/QB (Tennessee)
101. Eagles: John Simon/OLB (Ohio St.)
102. Vikings (from Lions): Brian Winters/G (Kent St.)
103. Cardinals: Tony Jefferson/S (Oklahoma)
104. Browns: Matt Scott/Qb (Arizona)
105. Bills: Lavar Edwards/DE (LSU)
106. Jets: Travis Kelce/TE (Cincinnati)
107. Titans: Sean Porter/OLB (Texas A&M)
108. Panthers: B.W. Webb/CB (William & Mary)
109. Saints: Cornelius Washington/OLB (Georgia)
110. Chargers: Oday Aboushi/G (Virginia)
111. Dolphins: Devin Taylor/DE (South Carolina)
112. Buccaneers: Landry Jones/QB (Oklahoma)
113. Rams: Joseph Randle/RB (Oklahoma St.)
114. Cowboys: Brian Schwenke/C (Cal)
115. Steelers: Andre Ellington/RB (Clemson)
116. Giants: Cobi Hamilton/WR (Arkansas)
117. Bears: Jordan Reed/TE (Florida)
118. Bengals: Denard Robinson/WR (Michigan)
119. Redskins: Shawn Williams/S (Georgia)
120. Vikings: J.C. Tretter/G (Cornell)
121. Colts: Stepfan Taylor/RB (Stanford)
122. Packers: Mike Gillislee/RB (Florida)
123. Seahawks: Xavier Nixon/OT (Florida)
124. Texans: Brennan Williams/OT (UNC)
125. Broncos: Blidi Wreh-Wilson/CB (UConn)
126. Buccaneers (from Patriots): Jelani Jenkins/OLB (Florida)
127. Falcons: Gerald Hodges/OLB (Penn St.)
128. 49ers: Dwayne Gratz/CB (UConn)
129. Ravens: Tyrann Mathieu/CB (LSU)
130. Ravens: Michael Buchanan/OLB (Illinois)
131. 49ers: Khaled Holmes/C (USC)
132. Lions: Marquise Goodwin/WR/KR (Texas)
133. Falcons: Dion Sims/TE (Michigan St.)
134. Chiefs: Nico Johnson/ILB (Alabama)
135. Jaguars: Christine Michael/RB (Texas A&M)
136. Eagles: Nick Kasa/TE (Colorado)
137. Lions: Terry Hawthorne/CB (Illinois)
138. Seahawks (from Raiders): Chris Gragg/TE (Arkansas)
139. Browns: Kevin Reddick/ILB (UNC)
140. Cardinals: Leon McFadden/CB (San Diego St.)
141. Jets: Earl Wolff/S (N.C. St.)
142. Titans: Kenny Stills/WR (Oklahoma)
143. Bills: Kyle Juszczyk/FB (Harvard)
144. Saints: Will Davis/CB (Utah St.)
145. Chargers: Chris Harper/WR (Kansas St.)
146. Dolphins: Marquess Wilson/WR (Washington St.)
147. Buccaneers: Marcus Lattimore/RB (South Carolina)
148. Panthers: Chase Thomas/OLB (Stanford)
149. Rams: Akeem Spence/DT (Illinois)
150. Steelers: Vince Williams/ILB (Florida St.)
151. Cowboys: Malliciah Goodman/DE (CLemson)
152. Giants: Brandon McGee/CB (Miami)
153. Bears: Jordan Hill/DT (Penn St.)
154. Redskins: Chris Faulk/OT (LSU)
155. Vikings: Robert Lester/S (Alabama)
156. Bengals: Reid Fragel/OT (Ohio St.)
157. 49ers (from Colts): Brandon Jenkins/OLB (Florida St.)
158. Seahawks: DeVonte Holloman/OLB (South Carolina)
159. Packers: Levine Toilolo/TE (Stanford)
160. Texans: Conner Vernon/WR (Duke)
161. Broncos: Josh Evans/S (Florida)
162. Redskins (from Patriots): A.J. Klein/ILB (Iowa St.)
163. Falcons: Hugh Thornton/G (Illinois)
164. 49ers: Ricky Wagner/OT (Wisconsin)
165. Ravens: Garrett Gilkey/OL (Chadron St.)
166. Dolphins: Ryan Otten/TE (San Jose St.)
167. Packers: Duke Williams/S (Nevada)
168. Ravens: Eric Herman/G (Ohio)
169. Jaguars: David Bass/DE (Missouri Western)
170. Chiefs: Le’Veon Bell/RB (Michigan St.)
171. Lions: Braxston Cave/C (Notre Dame)
172. Raiders: Joe Kruger/DE (Utah)
173. Browns (from Eagles): Tavarres King/WR (Georgia)
174. Cardinals: Kenjon Barner/RB/KR (Oregon)
175. Browns: Stansly Maponga/OLB (TCU)
176. Cardinals (from Titans via VIkings): Tom Wort/ILB (Oklahoma)
177. Bills: Marc Anthony/CB (Cal)
178. Dolphins (from Jets): Ty Powell/OLB (Harding)
179. Chargers: Zac Dysert/QB (Miami-OH)
180. 49ers (from Dolphins): Montori Hughes/NT (Tennessee-Martin)
181. Buccaneers: Tharold Simon/CB (LSU)
182. Panthers: Earl Watford/G (James Madison)
183. Saints: Jasper Collins/WR (Mt. Union)
184. Rams: Cooper Taylor/S (Richmond)
185. Cowboys: Knile Davis/RB (Arkansas)
186. Steelers: Nickell Robey/CB (USC)
187. Giants: Jawan Jamison/RB (Rutgers)
188. Bears: Aaron Mellette/WR (Elon)
189. Vikings: Jeff Baca/G (UCLA)
190. Bengals: Sanders Commings/CB (Georgia)
191. Redskins: Ace Sanders/WR/KR (South Carolina)
192. Colts: Wes Horton/OLB (USC)
193. Packers: Kwame Geathers/NT (Georgia)
194. Seahawks: Demetrius McCray/CB (Appalachian St.)
195. Texans: Zeke Motta/S (Notre Dame)
196. Buccaneers (from Broncos via Eagles): Mike Catapono/DE (Princeton)
197. Bengals (from Patriots): Steve WIlliams/CB (Cal)
198. Falcons: Kerwynn Williams/RB (Utah St.)
199. Ravens (from 49ers): Josh Boyce/WR (TCU)
200. Ravens: Jake Stoneburner/TE (Ohio St.)
201. Texans: T.J Barnes/NT (Georgia Tech)
202. Titans:Josh Johnson/CB (Purdue)
203. Ravens: Lonnie Pryor/FB (Florida St.)
204. Chiefs: T.J. Johnson/C (South Carolina)
205. Raiders: Joseph Fauria/TE (UCLA)
206. Steelers: Luke Marquardt/OT (Azusa Pacific)
207. Chiefs: Zach Line/FB (SMU)
208. Jaguars: John Boyett/S (Oregon)
209. Raiders: Brandan Bishop/S (N.C. St.)
210. Eagles: Everett Dawkins/DE (Florida St.)
211. Lions: Omoregie Uzzie/G (Georgia Tech)
212: Eagles (from Browns): Brandon Kaufman/WR (Eastern Washington)
213. Vikings (from Cardinals): Sean Renfree/QB (Duke)
214. Seahawks (from Bills): Caleb Sturgis/K (Florida)
215. Jets: Keith Pough/ILB (Howard)
216. Titans: Damion Square/DE (Alabama)
217. Dolphins: Brandon Moore/DT (Texas)
218. Eagles (from Buccaneers): Steve Beauharnais/ILB (Rutgers)
219. Raiders (from Panthers): Jeff Locke/P (UCLA)
220. Seahawks (from Saints): Ryan Jensen (Colorado St.-Pueblo)
221. Chargers: Michael Ford/RB (LSU)
222. Rams: Micah Hyde/CB (Iowa)
223. Steelers: Mario Benavides/C (Louisville)
224. Dolphins (from Cowboys): Blaize Foltz/G (TCU)
225. Giants: Josh Boyd/DT (Mississippi St.)
226. Patriots (from Bears via Buccaneers): Lerentee McCray/OLB (Florida)
227. 49ers (from Bengals): Philip Lutzenkirchen/TE (Auburn)
228. Redskins: Alec Lemon/WR (Syracuse)
229. Vikings: Michael Mauti/LB (Penn St.)
230. Colts: Quanterus Smith/OLB (Western Kentucky)
231. Seahawks: Etienne Sabino/OLB (Ohio St.)
232. Packers: Jordan Rodgers/QB (Vanderbilt)
233. Texans: Dustin Hopkins/K (Florida St.)
234. Broncos: Marcus Davis/WR (Virginia Tech)
235. Patriots: Tanner Hawkinson/OT (Kansas)
236. Falcons: Rodney Smith/WR (Florida St.)
237. 49ers: Michael Clay/LB (Oregon)
238. Ravens: Rashard Hall/S (Clemson)
239. Eagles: P.J. Lonergan/C (LSU)
240. Bengals: Brad Sorenson/QB (Southern Utah)
241. Seahawks: Courtney Gardner/WR (Sierra College)
242. Seahawks: Prentiss Waggner/S (Tennessee)
243. Falcons: Bradley McDougald/S (Kansas)
244. Falcons: Colby Cameron/QB (Louisiana Tech)
245. Lions: Mike Taylor/LB (Wisconsin)
246. 49ers: Cody Davis/S (Texas Tech)
247. Ravens: Jonathan Srewart/ILB (Texas A&M)
248. Titans: Alonzo Highsmith/LB (Arkansas)
249. Falcons: Johnny Adams/CB (Michigan St.)
250. Dolphins: Adrian Bushell/CB (Louisville)
251. Bengals: Corey Fuller/WR (Virginia Tech)
252. 49ers: Dayne Crist/QB (Kansas)
253. Giants: Anthony McCloud/DT (Florida St.)
254. Colts: Travis Howard/CB (Ohio St.)