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2012 NFL Mock Draft

Pick Team  Player Position School Height Weight

Round 1

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1 Indianapolis Andrew Luck* QB Stanford 6' 4" 235
DraftSite's comments:This pick has been obvious since Indy's first losing streak, and has been finally confirmed this week. Smart move.
2 Washington Trade Icon Robert Griffin III* QB Baylor 6' 3" 210
DraftSite's comments:Washington traded up for this pick, solely for the purpose of taking Griffin, and so far it seems like a great marriage.
3 Cleveland Trade Icon Trent Richardson* RB Alabama 5' 11" 220
DraftSite's comments:Now that Cleveland just traded to get into this spot, it's pretty obvious that they are going with Trent Richardson here. Richardson is a dynamic back who would instantly fill the void left by Peyton Hillis
4 Minnesota Trade Icon Morris Claiborne* CB LSU 6' 0" 177
DraftSite's comments:Word on the street is that Minnesota is going with Claiborne here. They've spent a lot of second day picks trying to fill this position, but Claiborne would solidify it for them. Would think it would be easier to get a good corner in the 2nd rather than a good tackle, but they obviously feel this is a bigger need with Phil Loadholt and others already there.
5 Tampa Bay Matt Kalil* OT USC 6' 6" 295
DraftSite's comments:Cornerback might be Tampa Bay's biggest need, but it's too early for any of the other top corners. At tackle they already have Donald Penn and Jeremy Trueblood, but Kalil might just be too good to pass up. With a new coach, and a young quarterback, having a reliable tackle will ease a lot of tension.
6 St. Louis Trade Icon Justin Blackmon* WR Oklahoma State 6' 1" 205
DraftSite's comments:A number 1 wide receiver is a big need for St. Louis, especially with a young quarterback like Sam Bradford. Blackmon might not have the size teams covet when picking a receiver in the top 10, but his hands and skills are indeniable, and he will undoubtably be a successful wide receiver.
7 Jacksonville Quinton Coples DE UNC 6' 6" 272
DraftSite's comments:There are other defensive ends being rumored here, but Coples' still has the most potential of them all. Sticking with this pick, unless something is heard otherwise.
8 Miami Ryan Tannehill QB Texas A&M 6' 4" 216
DraftSite's comments:Picking Tannehill should be up to Mike Sherman, but apparently the choice might be coming from higher up. Probably not the smartest move to take somewhat of a developmental quarterback this early, but his familiarity with his offensive coordinator might make for an easy transition and get fans excited.
9 Carolina Michael Floyd WR Notre Dame 6' 3" 220
DraftSite's comments:Why not pick Michael Floyd here. Cam Newton proved that he is going to throw the ball, and even though they signed Steve Smith to an extension, he's 32 and he's the only reliable receiver. Floyd would give them a huge red zone threat and potentially one of the best receiving duos in the league. Defensive tackle is the common thought for Carolina, but they also spent two 3rd round picks last year on DT's Terrell McClain and Sione Fua, and might want to give that duo a little more time.
10 Buffalo Riley Reiff* OT Iowa 6' 6" 280
DraftSite's comments:Buffalo lost their only real tackle when Demetress Bell signed with Philadelphia, so getting a cold-weather left tackle in Riley Reiff would be key for this team.
11 Kansas City Luke Kuechly* ILB Boston College 6' 3" 225
DraftSite's comments:The Chiefs like their young linebacking core of Tamba Hali and Justin Houston on the outside, and Derrick Johnson on the inside, but one more piece like Kuechly inside could give them one of the best linebacking units in the league. Kuechly is a tackling machine who next to Derrick Johnson, would make it incredibly hard for opposing offenses to get past midfield.
12 Seattle Fletcher Cox* DT Mississippi State 6' 4" 300
DraftSite's comments:Seattle likes to play big combo linemen on defense, and Cox would that perfectly next to Red Bryant and Jason Jones.
13 Arizona David DeCastro* OG Stanford 6' 5" 310
DraftSite's comments:Some argue that DeCastro is the best offensive lineman in this draft, but he's a guard and team's often can't justify taking a guard this early. Yet he has the skills to move over to tackle, and considering Arizona hasn't picked for the line in ages, now would be a good time. Placing DeCastro next to Levi Brown would solidify the left side for whichever quarterback they decide to protect.
14 Dallas Mark Barron S Alabama 6' 2" 210
DraftSite's comments:Dallas has been looking for a powerful safety since Roy Williams declined and then left town. This pick might be a little early for Barron, but he is the only sure-fire starter at safety in the draft, so it becomes a strategic pick.
15 Philadelphia Dontari Poe* DT Memphis 6' 5" 350
DraftSite's comments:Philadelphia felt confident enough in their defensive tackles last year to trade Broderick Bunkley, but then injuries hit a little and they weren't as confident. Getting a massive nose tackle like Poe would give their defensive ends even more room to rush, and give their middle-tiered rushing defense a major boost.
16 NY Jets Melvin Ingram DE South Carolina 6' 2" 264
DraftSite's comments:The Jets could go a lot of different ways here, but getting some pass rushers is a huge need for them. Ingram would give them a starting outside linebacker to replace Calvin Pace or if Aaron Maybin doesn't improve.
17 Cincinnati Trade Icon Stephon Gilmore* CB South Carolina 6' 1" 188
DraftSite's comments:When Leon Hall went down with an injury last year, Cincinnati got themselves in trouble, especially after letting Jonathan Joseph go in free agency. While they signed Terence Newman and some other worthy corners, Gilmore gives them an incredible
18 San Diego Jonathan Martin* OT Stanford 6' 6" 282
DraftSite's comments:Usually starting caliber left tackles go at a premium in the draft, so one would think a player as good as Martin wouldn't fall as far as some are predicting. Jonathan Martin gives them a stalwart left tackle to replace Marcus McNeil, and upgrades a line that was going into the year with a lot of question marks.
19 Chicago Whitney Mercilus* DE Illinois 6' 4" 265
DraftSite's comments:It seems that Chicago wants to focus on defense in this draft, and getting another defensive end to play opposite Julius Peppers would make them scary. Mercilus proved at Illinois that he could sack the passer at will.
20 Tennessee Dre' Kirkpatrick* CB Alabama 6' 3" 190
DraftSite's comments:Tennessee's biggest need became cornerback when Cortland Finnegan went off to St. Louis. Kirkpatrick gives them a huge 6'2" shutdown corner that will nullify an opposing team's top offensive weapon.
21 Cincinnati Courtney Upshaw DE Alabama 6' 2" 262
DraftSite's comments:The Bengals have been targeting some defensive ends with potential in free agency, to pair with their other big defensive ends already in house, but this targeting might show their desire to shore up that part of their defense, and picking one more defensive end would not be out of the question. With Upshaw they would also get a guy who could play at outside linebacker, giving them even more depth all around their defense.
22 Cleveland Trade Icon Kendall Wright WR Baylor 5' 11" 185
DraftSite's comments:If they do intend to stick with Colt McCoy this year, then they'll need to give him weapons. Kendall Wright would be a great compliment to their big receiving stable of Greg little, Mohamed Massaquoi, and Carlon Mitchell.
23 Detroit Janoris Jenkins CB North Alabama 5' 11" 186
DraftSite's comments:Detroit's needed to pick a cornerback in the draft for years, but they consistently pick on the other side of the ball. Hopefully this year that will change, and they'll get one of the best cornerback prospects in this draft to pair with Chris Houston.
24 Pittsburgh Cordy Glenn OG Georgia 6' 5" 330
DraftSite's comments:One of the line positions will likely be addressed here, whether it's offense or defense is still the question. Cordy Glenn becomes the pick here because of his ability to play both guard and tackle.
25 Denver Michael Brockers** DT LSU 6' 6" 300
DraftSite's comments:Denver traded for Broderick Bunkley last year but then lost him in free agency this year. Now they are left with veterans like Ty Warren and Justin Bannan at defensive tackle, so getting a guy like Brockers here would be perfect for their needs.
26 Houston Alshon Jeffery* WR South Carolina 6' 3" 234
DraftSite's comments:Houston would be doing themselves a favor if they gave themselves another wide receiver to take pressure off of Andre Johnson. Alshon Jeffery might have been slipping down a lot of boards, but his size and talent are undeniable. Some team is likely to pounce on him earlier than expected in the draft, and Houston is as good a candidate as any.
27 New England Trade Icon Andre Branch DE Clemson 6' 5" 260
DraftSite's comments:New England needs some pash rush and Andre Branch offers that and more.
28 Green Bay Chandler Jones DE Syracuse 6' 5" 251
DraftSite's comments:Chandler Jones looks like a good fit to start opposite Clay Matthews, giving Green Bay a frightening pass rush.
29 Baltimore Zach Brown OLB UNC 6' 2" 225
DraftSite's comments:Zach Brown is a speedy linebacker who might be able to take over for Ray Lewis after a year of tutelage. He might not have the productivity of Hightower, but he's got a higher ceiling.
30 San Francisco Nick Perry* DE USC 6' 3" 250
DraftSite's comments:Ahmad Brooks is good, but his 7 sacks last year were also a product of 3 of the best linebackers in the league next to him. Nick Perry might be better and if you put him next to Aldon Smith, the 49'ers will have one of the most dominant defenses in the league.
31 New England Devon Still DT Penn State 6' 5" 311
DraftSite's comments:New England could also use some linemen after slowly letting go of their stalwarts like Ty Warren and Richard Seymour. Devon Still was a productive player against the run at Penn State and constantly wrecked havoc in the backfield.
32 NY Giants Mike Adams OT Ohio State 6' 8" 300
DraftSite's comments:The Giants could go a number of different ways with this pick, but Adams is the call here. While they like young tackles James Brewer and Will Beatty, neither of them instill enough confidence to be constants. Mike Adams, who could have been a top-15 pick had he not been suspended, will allow the Giants management to sleep a little better a night, not worrying about someone knocking out their all-important quarterback.

Round 2

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33 St. Louis David Wilson* RB Virginia Tech 5' 11" 200
DraftSite's comments:SJax is getting old in running back age, so getting one of more complete running backs in the draft, will give them security for years to come.
34 Indianapolis Jerel Worthy* DT Michigan State 6' 3" 292
DraftSite's comments:Indianapolis has good young defensive ends with Fili Moala and Drake Nevis, but they still finished in the bottom 5 of rushing yards allowed, so Worthy would help them rectify that.
35 Minnesota Stephen Hill* WR Georgia Tech 6' 5" 206
DraftSite's comments:Stephen Hill's athleticism can not be denied, but he is so raw, especially after playing in a running offense at Georgia Tech, so it wouldn't be surprising if teams got scared off and he fell to the 2nd round.
36 Tampa Bay Josh Robinson* CB Central Florida 5' 10" 186
37 Cleveland Vinny Curry DE Marshall 6' 5" 242
DraftSite's comments:It would be great for Cleveland to finish what they started last year and add another defensive end to pair with last year's strong rookie Jabaal Sheard. Vinny Curry gives them an under-the-radar defensive end who was dominant every year that he played at Marshall.
38 Jacksonville Dont'a Hightower ILB Alabama 6' 4" 250
39 St. Louis Trade Icon Brandon Thompson DT Clemson 6' 3" 305
40 Carolina Kendall Reyes DT Connecticut 6' 4" 295
41 Buffalo Mohamed Sanu* WR Rutgers 6' 2" 218
42 Miami Bobby Massie* OT Mississippi 6' 6" 318
43 Seattle Jayron Hosley* CB Virginia Tech 5' 11" 170
44 Kansas City Trumaine Johnson CB Montana 6' 2" 210
45 Dallas Jared Crick DT Nebraska 6' 6" 285
DraftSite's comments:Crick would be a perfect player as an end on Dallas' 3-4 line, next to big nose Jay Ratliff.
46 Philadelphia Brandon Boykin CB Georgia 5' 10" 185
47 NY Jets Lamar Miller** RB Miami 5' 11" 210
DraftSite's comments:The Jets could use a speedy back to compliment Shonn Greene.
48 New England Trade Icon Shea McClellin DE Boise State 6' 3" 262
49 San Diego Coby Fleener TE Stanford 6' 6" 248
DraftSite's comments:Fleener is the best of a weak tight end class and might drop a little due to the strength of this draft.
50 Chicago Peter Konz* OC Wisconsin 6' 5" 315
DraftSite's comments:Peter Konz is the best center in the draft, and might only drop because of the strength of the players available in the first few rounds, and the fact that he plays a position that isn't valued as high as others along the offensive line.
51 Philadelphia Trade Icon Dwayne Allen* TE Clemson 6' 4" 255
52 Tennessee Kevin Zeitler OG Wisconsin 6' 4" 315
53 Cincinnati Chris Polk* RB Washington 5' 11" 210
54 Detroit Lavonte David ILB Nebraska 6' 1" 211
55 Atlanta Bruce Irvin DE West Virginia 6' 3" 235
DraftSite's comments:Bruce Irvin is the exact player that Atlanta would love. A speedy pass rushing specialist. There is a very good chance that Irvin goes much earlier, possibly even the end of the first round, but this would be a great pick for Atlanta as a long term replacement for John Abraham
56 Pittsburgh Alameda Ta'amu DT Washington 6' 3" 348
57 Denver Leonard Johnson CB Iowa State 5' 11" 180
58 Houston Amini Silatolu OG Midwestern State 6' 3" 325
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59 Green Bay Philip Blake OC Baylor 6' 3" 315
60 Baltimore Doug Martin RB Boise State 5' 9" 201
61 San Francisco Rueben Randle* WR LSU 6' 3" 201
62 New England Casey Hayward CB Vanderbilt 6' 0" 185
63 NY Giants Orson Charles* TE Georgia 6' 235"

Round 3

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64 Indianapolis Harrison Smith S Notre Dame 6' 2" 212
65 St. Louis Zebrie Sanders OT Florida State 6' 5" 288
66 Minnesota Kelechi Osemele OG Iowa State 6' 5" 328
67 Cleveland Brandon Weeden QB Oklahoma State 6' 4" 219
DraftSite's comments:If Cleveland wants to bring in a quarterback to compete with Colt McCoy, there is no better player for that task than Brandon Weeden, who could come in right away and start. However, any earlier than the 3rd round, might be a risky investment if he's not starting right away, since his age of 28 make him not much of a long-term prospect.
68 Tampa Bay LaMichael James* RB Oregon 5' 9" 180
DraftSite's comments:James would be the perfect change of pace back to LeGarrette Blount, and it would be a natural pairing considering they are both Ducks.
69 Washington Ben Jones OC Georgia 6' 3" 300
70 Jacksonville A.J. Jenkins WR Illinois 6' 1" 185
71 Buffalo Bobby Wagner ILB Utah State 6' 1" 230
72 Miami Brian Quick WR Appalachian State 6' 5" 220
73 Miami Trade Icon Mychal Kendricks OLB Cal 6' 0" 241
74 Kansas City Nick Toon WR Wisconsin 6' 3" 212
75 Seattle Ronnell Lewis* OLB Oklahoma 6' 2" 234
76 Houston Trade Icon Antonio Allen S South Carolina 6' 2" 205
77 NY Jets Tommy Streeter* WR Miami 6' 5" 215
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78 San Diego Marvin McNutt WR Iowa 6' 4" 215
79 Chicago Jamell Fleming CB Oklahoma 5' 11" 191
80 Arizona Emmanuel Acho OLB Texas 6' 2" 235
81 Dallas Brandon Brooks OG Miami (Ohio) 6' 5" 343
82 Tennessee Chris Givens* WR Wake Forest 6' 1" 200
83 Cincinnati Brandon Washington* OG Miami 6' 4" 320
84 Atlanta Andrew Datko OT Florida State 6' 6" 283
85 Detroit Nate Potter OT Boise State 6' 6" 293
86 Pittsburgh Dwight Bentley CB Louisiana-Lafayette 5' 11" 173
87 Denver Brock Osweiler* QB Arizona State 6' 8" 245
88 Philadelphia Trade Icon Terrell Manning* OLB North Carolina State 6' 3" 233
89 New Orleans Dwight Jones WR UNC 6' 4" 245
90 Green Bay Chase Minnifield CB Virginia 6' 0" 185
91 Baltimore Janzen Jackson* S McNeese State 6' 0" 182
92 San Francisco Senio Kelemete OG Washington 6' 3" 302
93 New England Bernard Pierce* RB Temple 6' 0" 218
94 NY Giants Robert Turbin* RB Utah State 5' 10" 202
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Oakland Marcus Forston* DT Miami 6' 3" 305

Round 4

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96 St. Louis Alfonzo Dennard CB Nebraska 5' 10" 195
97 Indianapolis Keith Tandy CB West Virginia 5' 10" 198
98 Minnesota Keenan Robinson ILB Texas 6' 3" 232
99 Houston Trade Icon Josh Chapman DT Alabama 6' 1" 310
100 Cleveland Markelle Martin S Oklahoma State 6' 1" 198
101 Jacksonville Ladarius Green TE Louisiana-Lafayette 6' 6" 229
102 Washington Billy Winn DT Boise State 6' 4" 288
103 Miami Cam Johnson DE Virginia 6' 4" 265
104 Carolina Ryan Miller OG Colorado 6' 8" 320
105 Buffalo Kirk Cousins QB Michigan State 6' 3" 202
106 Seattle Jonathan Massaquoi* DE Troy 6' 2" 251
107 Kansas City Akiem Hicks DT Regina 6' 5" 300
108 Denver Trade Icon Ryan Broyles WR Oklahoma 5' 11" 178
109 Washington Trade Icon Nigel Bradham ILB Florida State 6' 2" 235
110 San Diego Sean Spence OLB Miami 6' 0" 212
111 Chicago Mike Martin DT Michigan 6' 2" 299
112 Arizona Eric Page* WR Toledo 5' 10" 165
113 Dallas Nick Foles QB Arizona 6' 5" 235
114 Philadelphia Russell Wilson QB Wisconsin 5' 11" 208
115 Tennessee Brandon Taylor S LSU 6' 0" 191
116 Cincinnati Marvin Jones WR Cal 6' 2" 200
117 Detroit David Molk OC Michigan 6' 2" 285
118 Minnesota Trade Icon Travis Lewis OLB Oklahoma 6' 2" 232
119 Pittsburgh Jeff Fuller WR Texas A&M 6' 4" 215
120 Denver Ronnie Hillman** RB San Diego State 5' 10" 175
121 Houston Olivier Vernon* DE Miami 6' 4" 250
122 New Orleans Brandon Lindsey DE Pittsburgh 6' 2" 250
123 Green Bay Derek Wolfe DT Cincinnati 6' 5" 298
124 Buffalo Trade Icon Brandon Hardin CB Oregon State 6' 3" 216
125 San Francisco Phillip Thomas* S Syracuse 5' 11" 190
126 New England DeVier Posey WR Ohio State 6' 2" 200
127 NY Giants T.Y. Hilton WR Florida International 5' 10" 175
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Minnesota Frank Alexander DE Oklahoma 6' 4" 259
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Oakland Matt McCants OT Alabama, Birmingham 6' 7" 295
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Baltimore Mike Brewster OC Ohio State 6' 5" 293
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NY Giants Audie Cole ILB North Carolina State 6' 5" 239
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Green Bay Ryan Lindley QB San Diego State 6' 4" 215
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Green Bay Dan Herron RB Ohio State 5' 10" 193
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Minnesota Mike Daniels DT Iowa 6' 1" 275
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Dallas Tyrone Crawford DE Boise State 6' 4" 275

Round 5

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136 Indianapolis Michael Egnew TE Missouri 6' 6" 235
137 Denver Trade Icon Lucas Nix OT Pittsburgh 6' 6" 300
138 Minnesota Trenton Robinson S Michigan State 5' 10" 195
139 Minnesota Trade Icon Coryell Judie CB Texas A&M 5' 11" 188
140 Tampa Bay DeAngelo Peterson TE LSU 6' 4" 243
141 Washington Josh Norman CB Coastal Carolina 6' 2" 190
142 Jacksonville George Iloka S Boise State 6' 3" 207
143 Carolina Donnie Fletcher CB Boston College 6' 1" 196
144 Buffalo Terrance Ganaway FB Baylor 6' 0" 245
145 Miami Shaun Prater CB Iowa 5' 11" 172
146 Kansas City Jake Bequette DE Arkansas 6' 5" 270
147 Buffalo Trade Icon Taylor Thompson DE Southern Methodist 6' 6" 287
148 Oakland Jeremy Lane CB Northwestern State 6' 0" 183
149 San Diego Cyrus Gray RB Texas A&M 5' 10" 196
150 Chicago Greg Childs WR Arkansas 6' 3" 217
151 Arizona Duke Ihenacho S San Jose State 6' 1" 210
152 Dallas Joe Adams WR Arkansas 5' 11" 182
153 Philadelphia Matt Reynolds OT BYU 6' 6" 325
154 NY Jets Tank Carder OLB TCU 6' 2" 232
155 Tennessee Malik Jackson DE Tennessee 6' 5" 265
156 Cincinnati Vontaze Burfict* ILB Arizona State 6' 3" 245
157 Atlanta T.J. Graham WR North Carolina State 6' 1" 180
158 Detroit Isaiah Pead RB Cincinnati 5' 10" 193
159 Pittsburgh Matt Conrath DE Virginia 6' 7" 270
160 Cleveland Trade Icon Kheeston Randall DT Texas 6' 5" 295
161 Houston Miles Burris ILB San Diego State 6' 3" 240
162 New Orleans Kellen Moore QB Boise State 6' 0" 187
163 Green Bay Tony Dye S UCLA 5' 11" 205
164 Baltimore DeQuan Menzie CB Alabama 6' 0" 198
165 San Francisco Trevin Wade CB Arizona 5' 11" 182
166 Cincinnati Trade Icon Aaron Henry S Wisconsin 6' 0" 210
167 Cincinnati Trade Icon Chandler Harnish QB Northern Illinois 6' 2" 213
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Oakland Kyle Wilber DE Wake Forest 6' 5" 235
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Baltimore Mitchell Schwartz OT Cal 6' 5" 310
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Indianapolis Tom Compton OT South Dakota 6' 6" 312

Round 6

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171 St. Louis Christian Thompson S South Carolina State 6' 1" 220
172 Philadelphia Trade Icon Juron Criner WR Arizona 6' 4" 210
173 Washington Trade Icon Tony Bergstrom OT Utah 6' 6" 310
174 Tampa Bay Eddie Whitley S Virginia Tech 6' 1" 192
175 Minnesota Trade Icon Brandon Mosley OT Auburn 6' 5" 305
176 Jacksonville DaJohn Harris DT USC 6' 4" 295
177 Arizona Trade Icon Levy Adcock OT Oklahoma State 6' 6" 330
178 Buffalo Brian Peters S Northwestern 6' 4" 215
179 New Orleans Trade Icon Matt Daniels S Duke 6' 1" 200
180 Carolina Jerry Franklin ILB Arkansas 6' 1" 241
181 Seattle Edwin Baker* RB Michigan State 5' 9" 208
182 Kansas City Rhett Ellison TE USC 6' 5" 245
183 San Diego Darron Thomas* QB Oregon 6' 3" 205
184 Chicago Drake Dunsmore TE Northwestern 6' 3" 230
185 Arizona Gino Gradkowski OC Delaware 6' 4" 294
186 Dallas Cody Johnson FB Texas 5' 11" 250
187 NY Jets Trade Icon Adam Gettis OG Iowa 6' 4" 280
188 Denver Trade Icon Tyler Nielsen OLB Iowa 6' 4" 235
189 Oakland David Paulson TE Oregon 6' 4" 241
190 Tennessee Vick Ballard RB Mississippi State 5' 11" 215
191 Cincinnati Jaye Howard DT Florida 6' 3" 295
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192 Atlanta Brian Linthicum TE Michigan State 6' 5" 245
193 Pittsburgh Case Keenum QB Houston 6' 2" 210
194 Philadelphia Trade Icon G.J. Kinne QB Tulsa 6' 2" 215
195 Houston Micah Pellerin CB Hampton 6' 0" 187
196 Miami Trade Icon Winston Guy S Kentucky 6' 1" 208
197 Green Bay Korey Toomer ILB Idaho 6' 2" 233
198 Baltimore Jack Crawford DE Penn State 6' 5" 256
199 San Francisco Tydreke Powell DT UNC 6' 3" 302
200 Philadelphia Trade Icon Tim Fugger DE Vanderbilt 6' 4" 255
201 NY Giants Neiko Thorpe CB Auburn 6' 2" 192
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NY Jets D.J. Campbell S Cal 6' 0" 204
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NY Jets Drew Butler PT Georgia 6' 2" 205
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Cleveland Bryan Anger PT Cal 6' 4" 207
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Cleveland Blair Walsh K Georgia 5' 10" 185
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Indianapolis Sammy Brown OLB Houston 6' 3" 240
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Carolina Ron Brooks S LSU 6' 0" 179

Round 7

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208 Indianapolis Chris Rainey RB Florida 5' 9" 174
209 St. Louis Demario Davis ILB Arkansas State 6' 3" 231
210 Minnesota Tauren Poole RB Tennessee 5' 11" 213
211 Minnesota Trade Icon Rishaw Johnson OG California (PA) 6' 4" 305
212 Tampa Bay D.J. Woods WR Cincinnati 6' 1" 170
213 Washington Blake Gideon S Texas 6' 1" 200
214 Indianapolis Trade Icon Ryan Steed CB Furman 5' 11" 190
215 Miami Lance Dunbar RB North Texas 5' 9" 202
216 Carolina James Hanna TE Oklahoma 6' 4" 237
217 Buffalo William Vlachos OC Alabama 6' 1" 292
218 Kansas City Jeff Adams OT Columbia 6' 7" 305
219 Detroit Trade Icon Jordan White WR Western Michigan 6' 0" 208
220 Chicago James-Michael Johnson ILB Nevada 6' 2" 240
221 Arizona Cliff Harris* CB Oregon 5' 11" 160
222 Dallas Bobby Rainey RB Western Kentucky 5' 7" 196
223 Minnesota Trade Icon B.J. Coleman QB Tennessee-Chattanooga 6' 5" 210
224 Green Bay Trade Icon Jeremy Ebert WR Northwestern 6' 0" 195
225 Seattle Trade Icon Dale Moss WR South Dakota 6' 4" 197
226 San Diego Logan Harrell DT Fresno State 6' 2" 275
227 Tennessee Trevor Guyton DT Cal 6' 3" 285
228 Jacksonville Trade Icon Bryce Brown** RB Kansas State 6' 1" 215
229 Philadelphia Trade Icon Danny Trevathan ILB Kentucky 6' 1" 228
230 Detroit Jason Slowey OG Western Oregon 6' 2.5" 304
231 Pittsburgh Jeffery Demps RB Florida 5' 8" 183
232 NY Jets Trade Icon Omar Bolden CB Arizona State 5' 10" 195
233 Houston Rodney Stewart RB Colorado 5' 6" 175
234 New Orleans Kevin Koger TE Michigan 6' 4" 200
235 Green Bay Broderick Green FB Arkansas 6' 2" 248
236 Baltimore Toney Clemons WR Colorado 6' 2" 210
237 San Francisco Grant Garner OC Oklahoma State 6' 3" 289
238 Kansas City Trade Icon Tramain Thomas S Arkansas 6' 0" 198
239 NY Giants Hebron Fangupo DT BYU 6' 1" 331
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Pittsburgh Markus Zusevics OT Iowa 6' 5" 300
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Green Bay Garth Gerhart OC Arizona State 6' 1" 305
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NY Jets Donte Paige-Moss* DE UNC 6' 4" 260
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Green Bay Josh Kaddu OLB Oregon 6' 3" 230
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NY Jets Taveon Rogers WR New Mexico State 6' 0" 181
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Cleveland Rokevious Watkins OT South Carolina 6' 4" 340
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Pittsburgh Carmen Messina ILB New Mexico 6' 2" 222
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Cleveland Rishard Matthews WR Nevada 6' 2" 215
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Pittsburgh Austin Davis QB Southern Miss 6' 2" 208
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Atlanta Kyle Martens PT Rice 6' 6" 200
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San Diego Charles Brown CB UNC 5' 10" 205
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Buffalo Randy Bullock K Texas A&M 5' 9" 205
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St. Louis Danny Hrapmann K Southern Miss 5' 9" 160
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Indianapolis Mario Kurn DE San Diego 6' 2" 220
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