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Eagles seven round 2017 NFL mock draft (with trades)

A long look at who the Eagles might draft.

NCAA Football: Louisiana State at Arkansas Brett Rojo-USA TODAY Sports

Editor’s note: With less than two weeks until the 2017 NFL Draft, here’s a comprehensive seven round Philadelphia Eagles mock put together by Bleeding Green Nation reader Stephen Purcell (@stee_jobs). Take it away, Stephen.

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Hello Bleeding Green Nation. The following is a FanPost. Can you stomach yet another mock draft? Great!

Me and 31 of my closest friends embarked on a two-week long journey called "Doing a 7-round NFL Mock Draft." Each person in the draft represented their favorite NFL team. As a die hard Eagles fan, I represented the Eagles. This is the 3rd year that I've done a mock draft with 31 other people, but this is the first year that I've decided to collect my thoughts and write them down.

The purpose of this post is two-fold. First, I wanted to explain the reasoning behind each of my picks as they were made. And second, I wanted to give you folks some insight as to who might be available in each round and how the draft might shake out. My initial thought was that a draft using 32 real people may more closely resemble an actual draft rather than one person's mock draft. But who knows.

**Let me be perfectly clear: I am in no way holding myself out to be any sort of expert at football or the draft (besides the fact that Deshaun Watson should very clearly be the first QB taken in the draft, but that is a topic for another post). I don't know the X's and O's and pretty much rely on the folks that contribute to this site and others for a lot of my football knowledge.

**We did allow trades in the draft, but trades could only include this year's picks and no players. So without further ado, here is how the mock draft

Round 1 -€” Trade Back (4/4/17, 1:15PM)

Eagles trade picks 14 and 194 to Bears in exchange for picks 21 and 85.

Pick 21 - Christian McCaffrey, RB, Stanford

Why trade back?

Who is on #TeamTradeBack !?!?!?! I know what many people are against trading back because of the Marcus Smith debacle. That logic is lazy. In the Marcus Smith draft, there were front office questions with Chip Kelly and Howie Roseman. It seems like they just sort of made a panicked decision after Brandin Cooks and HaHa Clinton-Dix were taken. We didn't really know who was making the decisions. I would love to know exactly what happened in the war room on that night.

Regardless, as an Eagles fan, I can't let that debacle deter any potential trade back possibility. We have to look at the players that were left on the board. If Howie and Joey Dougzz aren't completely sold on a specific player, but rather would be fine with one of a handful of prospects, why not trade back and improve draft capital in later rounds?

Marshon Lattimore (7th pick), Mike Williams (8th pick), Corey Davis (9th pick), OJ Howard (10th pick) Derek Barnett (11th pick), and Reuben Foster (13th pick) had all been selected by the time I was ready to make a pick at 14. Were any one of those 6 players available I would not have traded back. As an aside, if the 14th pick comes on Draft Day and Reuben Foster is still there, that's gotta be the pick. The Hicks-Foster LB combo on defense would be a dynamic duo in the middle of the field for the next 10 years.

Anyway, with the 14th pick in my fake draft, I was considering 6 players: John Ross, Dalvin Cook, Christian McCaffrey, Gareon Conley, Marlon Humphrey, and Ryan Ramcyzk. If I did not get a trade offer, I would have selected John Ross. However, Ross has a rather extensive injury history, and the Eagles SIGNIFICANTLY upgraded their WR group in free agency with the additions of Alshon Jeffrey and Torrey Smith. Drafting a WR did not seem as pressing (even though I do have a feeling Jordan Matthews is going to be traded either during or before the draft). Plus, I think there are some wide receiver prospects later in the draft that could prove to be more cost-effective than Ross in the first round.

At the last minute I was presented with a trade from the Lions GM. I traded back 7 spots in the 1st round and swapped a 6th rounder for a 3rd rounder. I was hesitant at first. It was honestly horrible value for the Eagles and they would never do that in real life. If the Eagles were to trade back, I realize that trade would net the Eagles a better haul. But the more I thought about it, the more I convinced myself that this was the right move. Just consider the idea of trading back, rather than what I actually received in compensation.

I was not SUPER sold on any of the 6 players that I was considering at the 14th spot. Additionally, because I was only trading back 7 spots, I felt confident that 1 of those 6 players was going to be available at pick 21. And adding a 3rd rounder in this draft is particularly enticing for the Eagles, because of the dearth of quality CB prospects. I am pretty sure a team will be able to get a starting caliber CB in the 3rd round. In real life, if the Lions offered pick 21 and a 2nd round pick for pick 14, I think the Eagles would do it.

Why McCaffrey?

Besides the fact that I think McCaffrey is going to be really good in the NFL, I think his fit with the Eagles is perfect. Ross, Cook and Ramzcyk were taken, leaving me with the decision of addressing CB now with Humphrey or Conley, or going with the RB who I think is going to be a really good player in this league.

The lack of playmakers last year on the Eagles roster was annoying. A focus for the Birds moving forward must be surrounding Wentz with players that will make him better. Darren Sproles has been the most explosive playmaker on the Eagles for the past couple of seasons. But many speculate that the 2017-18 season will be his last. Christian McCaffrey would be the perfect replacement for Sproles. McCaffrey killed it at the Combine, but people don't think he can be a 20-25 rushes a game type of back. I respectfully disagree. He did it in college and put up huge numbers in a very pro-style running attack. (Did you know he went to Stanford? Not a lot of people know that.) And he is a menace catching out of the back field and on punt returns. I really want playmakers around Carson Wentz, and McCaffrey seems like just what the doctor ordered.

Round 2 (4/5/17, 11:12 AM)

Pick 43 -€” Tre'Davious White, CB, LSU

The Eagles' cornerback woes have been well-documented. Nolan Carroll's departure didn't help (or hurt probably). With Nolan's departure and the addition of Patrick Robinson, the Eagles 2 starting CBs would be Robinson and Jalen Mills, with Ron Brooks being the nickel. (Question: Would you trade this 2nd round pick, plus Jason Kelce and Jordan Matthews for Richard Sherman? The answer is yes!) I would be SHOCKED if the Eagles did not address this glaring need in either the first or second round.

At the time of the selection, 4 CBs had been taken (Marshone Lattimore, 7th pick; Marlon Humphrey, 22nd pick; Kevin King, 34th pick; Gareon Conley, 39th pick). This seems like a low number to me. However, I can definitely see GMs put off drafting CBs until later because there are so many quality prospects in this draft. Draft other needs first and reap the benefits of a strong CB class in later rounds.

As for the Eagles, the need for secondary help is too glaring to put off addressing past the second round; and there are quality prospects still on the board. I decided to draft Tre'Davious White out of LSU. I had a lot of options (Cordrea Tankersley, Teez Tabor, Quincy Wilson, Fabian Moreau, and Chidobe Awuzie just to name a few). White is intriguing. He seems to have the quick-twitch ability that corners in the NFL need. He ran in the 4.4s and he wore #18 at LSU, the number given to the leader of the LSU defense. Benny Logan wore that number for LSU. Good enough for me.

Because of the first round trade, Now I have 2 picks in the 3rd round to either continue bolstering the defensive backfield, or add another playmaker for Carson Wentz.

Round 3: (4/6/17, 3:01 PM)

Pick 85 -€” Chris Godwin, WR, Penn State University

Well part of my reasoning for trading back seemed to backfire. After my selection of White in the 2nd round, cornerbacks started flying off the board. Between picks 43 and 85, a total of 11 Cornerbacks were selected. I was a little annoyed, but there was still a CB available that I thought would be another solid addition to the Eagles secondary: Rasul Douglas, a long, playmaking corner from West Virginia. However, Chris Godwin, the Penn State wide receiver was still available, and I opted to go with the offensive threat.

To be frank, I have no idea how Godwin was still available. Many consider him to be the 4th best receiver in the class behind Davis, Williams, and Ross. If you watched any of his Penn State game last season, he just seems like a baller. He was also impressive at the Combine, posting a 4.42 40 yard dash. Godwin would be an awesome addition to any NFL team, but if the Eagles pick him up in the 3rd round, I'd be ecstatic.

Round 3: (4/7/17, 3:22PM)

Pick 99 -€” Rasul Douglas, CB, West Virginia

As I wrote earlier, I was strongly considering taking Rasul Douglas with the 85th pick. So when he was available at 99 it was a pretty easy decision.

He has ideal size. He is 6'2 and 210 lbs. He led the NCAA in interceptions with 8 last year, but I guess a poor combine is pushing him down some draft boards. He ran a 4.6 40 yard dash, which isn't terrible, but if that number was in the 4.4s then I'm fairly sure he would have went much higher.

So as it stands now, through 3 rounds the Eagles have landed a starting RB, a WR who can contribute right away, and 2 CBs with starter potential. Everything seems to be going well so far. With the remaining picks, I think I am going to focus on the trenches or go with the best player available strategy.

Round 4: (4/8/17, 9:45AM)

Pick 118 -€” Daeshon Hall, DE, Texas A&M

I was strongly considering taking an Offensive Tackle with this pick. But Daeshon Hall seemed like a really good 4th round value. (Also, he has a highlight video which features him smoking Dak Prescott when he was at Mississippi State. Minute 2:36 of this video)

He was often overshadowed by the play of teammate Myles Garrett but Hall flashed moments of playmaking ability. He's 6'5 and has a 36' vertical leap. He could probably stand to get a little bigger if he is going to play DE. The concensus seems to be that Daeshon is not going to be a Day 1 starter, so coming to Philly and playing behing Graham, Curry, and the newly-added Chris Long could be just what Hall needs.

Round 4: (4-9-17, 9:01 AM)

Pick 139 -€” Ryan Glasgow, DT, Michigan

Picking up Timmy Jernigan in a trade was a solid move for the Birds. Cox, Jernigan, Allen, and Vaeao is a quality group of defensive tackles. This really is not a position of need for the Eagles. However, I made this selection already knowing about Beau Allen's ruptured pectoral muscle. While Beau may hope to be back for the beginning of the season, that muscle is extremely important for defensive tackles, so the Eagles should not bank on Allen being 100% for Week 1. Couple this with the fact that Jim Schwartz likes to rotate his lineman and drafting an interior defensive lineman doesn't seem completely out of the realm of possibility, if not probable.

For these reasons, and the fact that I am a strong believer in the saying "games are won and lost in the trenches" I went with Ryan Glasgow out of Michigan. I was debating between Glasgow and Davon Godchaux out of LSU. While the Eagles have had success drafting LSU lineman recently (miss you Bennie), I went with Glasgow in large part because the Eagles have already brought him in for a workout. They seem to like him so I wouldn't be surprised if Glasgow was a mid-round selection for the Eagles.

Round 5 (4-9-17, 5:30 PM)

Pick 155 -€” Conor McDermott, OT, UCLA

Jason Peters isn't going to be around forever, and without Peters, the Eagles OT outlook is sort of up in the air. Lane will move to Left tackle once Peters leaves, and we're not sure if H-word Vaitai is the long-term answer at right tackle. And because the Eagles seem to have a lot of depth at the guard position, my guess is if they draft an offensive lineman, it would be a tackle.

McDermott is a big fella. He is 6'8 and 300+ lbs. but based on his combine numbers, he seems to move relatively well for a man of his size. The main critique for McDermott is that he needs to get stronger. In an ideal world, McDermott would compete with Vaitai for the future RT spot on the Eagles. But, the experts are saying this crop of offensive lineman is weak, so I wouldn't bet on it.

Round 7 (4-13-17, 2:20PM)

Pick 230 -€” Ryan Switzer, WR, UNC

I like to think that by the time the 7th round starts, GMs are kinda bored. Howie Roseman is going to like a certain player. Joe Douglas is going to like a different player. Doug Pederson tries to give his input and gets laughed at. I can imagine the three of them playing Mario Kart in the war room to figure out which player is going to be selected. (Howie would play as Mario, Douglas would be Toad, Pederson's controller wouldn't be plugged in.)

I mean a 7th round pick is a stab in the dark anyway. Would you even be mad if that is how the Eagles last pick was decided? You shouldn't be, because WHO CARES. (I know late round draft picks are extremely important or whatever, and I'm sure GMs do a lot of research yada yada.) I could lazily compare Ryan Switzer, WR out of North Carolina, to Cole Beasley based on size and skin color alone. I could say that I picked him because "I thought it was a great value in the 7th round" or "he runs crisp routes and is elusive in the open field." But he's a friggin' 7th round pick. So I won't do that. Remember, I like to think 7th round selections are decided after a game of rock-paper-scissors tournament of the people in the board room.

Closing thoughts:

So, I came away from the draft with a running back, 2 wide receivers, 2 cornerbacks, 2 defensive lineman, and an offensive lineman. Seems close to what I think the Eagles will actually do in the draft.

Two closing observations/predictions:

  1. McCaffrey, White, Godwin, and Douglas would be contributors next year.

  1. All the draft pundits are saying that this CB class is extremely strong and deep. Yet, in our draft, only 2 went in the first round (Lattimore, 7th and Humphrey, 22nd). But CBs started flying off the board in the 2nd and 3rd rounds. I would not be surprised if this happens in the actual draft. Teams in the first round may consider putting off addressing the CB position in the first round because of the depth at the position. A team like the Eagles is in perfect position to take advantage of this logic. Trading back in the first round to gain an extra 2nd or 3rd round pick could net the Birds a quality CB prospect. If the Eagles aren't happy with what is left at 14, they should trade back.

I hope you folks enjoyed this FanPoost, and I hope you are looking forward to April 27th as much as I am. Here's the entire mock draft order.

Round

Pick #

Team

College

Position

1

1

Browns

Myles Garrett

Texas A&M

DE

1

2

49ers

Solomon Thomas

Stanford

DE

1

3

Bears

DeShaun Watson

Clemson

QB

1

4

Jaguars

Jamal Adams

LSU

SS

1

5

Titans

Jonathan Allen

Alabama

DL

1

6

Panthers

Leonard Fournette

LSU

RB

1

7

Chargers

Marshon Lattimore

Ohio State

CB

1

8

Bills

Mike Williams

Clemson

WR

1

9

Bengals

Corey Davis

Western Michigan

WR

1

10

Jets

OJ Howard

Alabama

TE

1

11

Saints

Derek Barnett

Tennessee

DE

1

12

Browns

Malik Hooker

Ohio State

FS

1

13

Cardinals

Reuben Foster

Alabama

ILB

1

14

Lions

Haason Reddick

Temple

LB

1

15

Seahawks

Jabrill Peppers

Michigan

SS

1

16

Ravens

John Ross

Washington

WR

1

17

Washington

Malik McDowell

Michigan State

DT

1

18

Titans

David Njoku

Miami (Fla.)

TE

1

19

Buccaneers

Dalvin Cook

Florida State

RB

1

20

Broncos

Ryan Ramcyzk

Wisconsin

OT

1

21

Eagles

Christian McCaffrey

Stanford

RB

1

22

Dolphins

Marlon Humphrey

Alabama

CB

1

23

49ers

Mitchell Trubisky

North Carolina

QB

1

24

Jets

Patrick Mahomes II

Texas Tech

QB

1

25

Texans

Forrest Lamp

Western Kentucky

OG

1

26

Panthers

Taco Charlton

Michigan

DE

1

27

Chiefs

Deshone Kizer

Notre Dame

QB

1

28

Cowboys

T.J. Watt

Wisconsin

OLB

1

29

Packers

Takkarist McKinley

UCLA

OLB

1

30

Giants

Zach Cunningham

Vanderbilt

OLB

1

31

Falcons

Charles Harris

Missouri

DE

1

32

Saints

Obi Melifonwu

Connecticut

SS

2

33

Browns

Garrett Bolles

Utah

OT

2

34

Steelers

Kevin King

Washington

CB

2

35

Jaguars

Evan Engram

Ole Miss

TE

2

36

Bears

Budda Baker

Washington

FS

2

37

Rams

Cam Robinson

Alabama

OT

2

38

Chargers

Jordan Willis

Kansas State

Edge Rusher

2

39

Raiders

Gareon Conley

Ohio State

CB

2

40

Colts

Alvin Kamara

Tennessee

RB

2

41

Bengals

Carl Lawson

Auburn

DE

2

42

Saints

Curtis Samuel

Ohio State

WR

2

43

Eagles

TreDavious White

LSU

CB

2

44

Vikings

Caleb Brantley

Florida

DT

2

45

Jaguars

Tim Williams

Alabama

Edge Rusher

2

46

Colts

Raekwon McMillan

Ohio State

LB

2

47

Ravens

Teez Tabor

Florida

CB

2

48

Bills

Davis Webb

California

QB

2

49

Washington

Jarrad Davis

Florida

ILB

2

50

Buccaneers

Zay Jones

East Carolina

WR

2

51

Broncos

Fabian Moreau

UCLA

CB

2

52

Browns

Joe Mixon

Oklahoma

RB

2

53

Cardinals

Chidobe Awuzie

Colorado

CB

2

54

Dolphins

Dan Feeney

Indiana

OG

2

55

Giants

Roderick Johnson

Florida State

OT

2

56

Raiders

Carlos Watkins

Clemson

DT

2

57

Cowboys

Cordrea Tankersley

Clemson

CB

2

58

Seahawks

Dion Dawkins

Temple

OG/OT

2

59

Chiefs

Quincy Wilson

Florida

CB

2

60

Texans

Chad Kelly

Ole Miss

QB

2

61

Packers

Sidney Jones

Washington

CB

2

62

Steelers

Tyus Bowser

Houston

OLB

2

63

Falcons

Ethan Pocic

LSU

C

2

64

Colts

Adoree' Jackson

Southern California

CB

3

65

Browns

Ahkello Witherspoon

Colorado

CB

3

66

Giants

Dorian Johnson

Pittsburgh

OG

3

67

Bears

Taylor Moton

Western Michigan

OT

3

68

Cardinals

JuJu Smith-Schuster

Southern California

WR

3

69

Rams

Pat Elflein

Ohio State

C

3

70

Raiders

Ryan Anderson

Alabama

OLB

3

71

Chargers

Antonio Garcia

Troy

OT

3

72

Patriots

Trey Hendrickson

Florida Atlantic

DE

3

73

Bengals

Jourdan Lewis

Michigan

CB

3

74

Ravens

Chris Wormley

Michigan

DT

3

75

Bills

Desmond King

Iowa

FS

3

76

Saints

Cameron Sutton

Tennessee

CB

3

77

Washington

Marcus Williams

Utah

FS

3

78

Ravens

Isaac Asiata

Utah

OG

3

79

Vikings

Josh Jones

NC State

SS

3

80

Colts

Larry Ogunjobi

Charlotte

DT

3

81

Lions

Tarell Basham

Ohio

DE

3

82

Broncos

Adam Shaheen

Ashland

TE

3

83

Titans

Carlos Henderson

Louisiana Tech

WR

3

84

Buccaneers

Montravius Adams

Auburn

DT

3

85

Eagles

Chris Godwin

Penn State

WR

3

86

Vikings

Gerald Everett

South Alabama

TE

3

87

Giants

D'Onta Foreman

Texas

RB

3

88

Raiders

David Sharpe

Florida

OL

3

89

Texans

Shaquill Griffin

UCF

CB

3

90

Colts

Duke Riley

LSU

OLB

3

91

Chiefs

Derek Rivers

Youngstown State

DE

3

92

Cowboys

Marcus Maye

Florida

FS

3

93

Packers

Cooper Kupp

Eastern Washington

WR

3

94

Steelers

Dalvin Tomlinson

Alabama

DT

3

95

Falcons

Tanoh Kpassagnon

Villanova

DE

3

96

Patriots

Amara Darboh

Michigan

WR

3

97

Dolphins

Bucky Hodges

Virginia Tech

TE

3

98

Panthers

ArDarius Stewart

Alabama

WR

3

99

Eagles

Rasul Douglas

West Virginia

CB

3

100

Titans

Eddie Jackson

Alabama

SS

3

101

Broncos

Vincent Taylor

Oklahoma State

DT

3

102

Seahawks

DeMarcus Walker

Florida State

DE

3

103

Saints

Mitch Leidner

Minnesota

QB

3

104

Chiefs

Justin Evans

Texas A&M

SS

3

105

Steelers

Kareem Hunt

Toledo

RB

3

106

Seahawks

Jaleel Johnson

Iowa

DT

3

107

Jets

Taywan Taylor

Western Kentucky

WR

4

108

Browns

Nathan Peterman

Pittsburgh

QB

4

109

49ers

Chad Hansen

California

WR

4

110

Cardinals

Brad Kaaya

Miami (Fla.)

QB

4

111

Bears

Jalen Myrick

Minnesota

CB

4

112

Bills

Jake Butt

Michigan

TE

4

113

Chargers

Tedric Thompson

Colorado

FS

4

114

Lions

Elijah Qualls

Washington

DT

4

115

Panthers

Will Holden

Vanderbilt

OT

4

116

Bengals

Alex Anzalone

Florida

OLB

4

117

Bears

Samaje Perine

Oklahoma

RB

4

118

Eagles

Daeshon Hall

Texas A&M

DE

4

119

Washington

Danny Isidora

Miami (Fla.)

OG

4

120

Vikings

Nico Siragusa

San Diego State

OG

4

121

Colts

Chad Wheeler

Southern California

OT

4

122

Ravens

Kendall Beckwith

LSU

LB

4

123

Washington

Eddie Vanderdoes

UCLA

DT

4

124

Titans

Malachi Dupre

LSU

WR

4

125

Buccaneers

Jordan Leggett

Clemson

TE

4

126

Broncos

Marlon Mack

South Florida

RB

4

127

Lions

Isaiah Ford

Virginia Tech

WR

4

128

Rams

Tyler Orlosky

West Virginia

C

4

129

Raiders

Anthony Walker

Northwestern

LB

4

130

Texans

Dawuane Smoot

Illinois

DE

4

131

Patriots

Elijah Lee

Kansas State

ILB

4

132

Chiefs

Noah Brown

Ohio State

WR

4

133

Cowboys

Dede Westbrook

Oklahoma

WR

4

134

Packers

Jessamen Dunker

Tennessee State

OG

4

135

Steelers

Corn Elder

Miami (Fla.)

CB

4

136

Falcons

Julie'n Davenport

Bucknell

OT

4

137

Colts

Carroll Phillips

Illinois

OLB

4

138

Bengals

Wayne Gallman

Clemson

RB

4

139

Eagles

Ryan Glasgow

Michigan

DT

4

140

Steelers

Jeremy Sprinkle

Arkansas

TE

4

141

Rams

Adam Bisnowaty

Pittsburgh

OT

4

142

Texans

Connor Harris

Lindenwood

ILB

4

143

49ers

Lorenzo Jerome

Saint Francis (PA)

SS

4

144

Colts

Howard Wilson

Houston

CB

5

145

Browns

Davon Godschaux

LSU

DT

5

146

49ers

Shelton Gibson

West Virginia

WR

5

147

Bears

Kenny Golladay

Northern Illinois

WR

5

148

Cardinals

Kyle Fuller

Baylor

C

5

149

Rams

Josh Reynolds

Texas A&M

WR

5

150

Jets

Jeremy McNichols

Boise State

RB

5

151

Chargers

Stacy Coley

Miami (Fla.)

WR

5

152

Jets

Dylan Donahue

West Georgia

OLB

5

153

Bengals

Erik Magnuson

Michigan

OT

5

154

Washington

Jarron Jones

Notre Dame

DT

5

155

Eagles

Conor McDermott

UCLA

OT

5

156

Panthers

Nazair Jones

North Carolina

DT

5

157

Cardinals

J.J. Dielman

Utah

OT

5

158

Seahawks

Zack Banner

Southern California

OT

5

159

Ravens

Devonte Fields

Louisville

LB

-

160

Vikings

Brian Hill

Wyoming

RB

5

161

49ers

James Conner

Pittsburgh

RB

5

162

Buccaneers

Sam Tevi

Utah

OT

5

163

Patriots

Brendan Langley

Lamar

CB

5

164

Titans

Ben Braden

Michigan

OG

5

165

Lions

Rayshawn Jenkins

Miami (Fla.)

FS

5

166

Dolphins

Deatrich Wise, Jr.

Arkansas

DE

5

167

Giants

Damontae Kazee

San Diego State

CB

5

168

Raiders

Jonnu Smith

Florida International

TE

5

169

Texans

Jordan Morgan

Kutztown

OG

5

170

Chiefs

George Kittle

Iowa

TE

5

171

Rams

Josh Malone

Tennessee

WR

5

172

Packers

Tanzel Smart

Tulane

DT

5

173

Lions

Vince Biegel

Wisconsin

OLB

5

174

Falcons

Jadar Johnson

Clemson

S

5

175

Browns

Quincy Adeboyejo

Ole Miss

WR

5

176

Bengals

Josh Carraway

TCU

DE

5

177

Broncos

Matt Milano

Boston College

OLB

5

178

Dolphins

Brian Allen

Utah

CB

5

179

Cardinals

Artavis Scott

Clemson

WR

5

180

Chiefs

Xavier Woods

Louisiana Tech

SS

5

181

Browns

Joe Mathis

Washington

DE

5

182

Packers

Corey Clement

Wisconsin

RB

5

183

Patriots

Ben Gedeon

Michigan

ILB

5

184

Dolphins

Ejuan Price

Pittsburgh

OLB

6

185

Browns

Marquez White

Florida State

CB

6

186

Ravens

Donnel Pumphrey

San Diego State

RB

6

187

Jaguars

John Toth

Kentucky

C

6

188

Browns

Jalen Reeves-Maybin

Tennessee

OLB

6

189

Rams

KD Cannon

Baylor

WR

6

190

Chargers

Chase Roullier

Wyoming

C

6

191

Jets

Sam Rogers

Virginia Tech

FB

6

192

Jets

Zane Gonzalez

Arizona State

K

6

193

Bengals

Sean Harlow

Oregon State

OG

6

194

Giants

Eric Saubert

Drake

TE

6

195

Jets

Garrett Sickels

Penn State

DE

6

196

Saints

Matthew Dayes

NC State

RB

6

197

Cardinals

DeAngelo Brown

Louisville

DT

6

198

49ers

Jeremy Cutrer

Mid. Tennessee State

CB

6

199

Vikings

Dan Skipper

Arkansas

OT

6

200

Washington

T.J. Logan

North Carolina

RB

6

201

Lions

Michael Roberts

Toledo

TE

6

202

49ers

Travis Rudolph

Florida State

WR

6

203

Broncos

John Johnson

Boston College

FS

6

204

Buccaneers

Delano Hill

Michigan

FS

6

205

Washington

Josh Harvey-Clemons

Louisville

SS

6

206

Bills

Nate Hairston

Temple

CB

6

207

49ers

Brandon Bell

Penn State

LB

6

208

Raiders

Keionta Davis

Chattanooga

DE

6

209

Patriots

Jermaine Eluemunor

Texas A&M

OG

6

210

Colts

Hunter Dimick

Utah

DE

6

211

Cowboys

Tarik Cohen

North Carolina A&T

RB

6

212

Packers

De'Angelo Henderson

Coastal Carolina

RB

6

213

Steelers

Josh Dobbs

Tennessee

QB

6

214

Titans

Gehrig Dieter

Alabama

WR

6

215

Giants

D.J. Jones

Ole Miss

DT

6

216

Chiefs

Samson Ebukam

Eastern Washington

EDGE

6

217

Bengals

Charles Walker

Oklahoma

DT

6

218

Chiefs

Blair Brown

Ohio

ILB

7

219

49ers

Kyle Kalis

Michigan

OG

7

220

Washington

Stevie Tu'ikolovatu

Southern California

DT

7

221

Bears

Marquel Lee

Wake Forest

LB

7

222

Jaguars

C.J. Beathard

Iowa

QB

7

223

Dolphins

Treyvon Hester

Toledo

DT

7

224

Rams

Aviante Collins

TCU

OG

7

225

Chargers

Aaron Jones

UTEP

RB

7

226

Seahawks

Channing Stribling

Michigan

CB

7

227

Bengals

Jamaal Williams

Brigham Young

RB

7

228

Texans

Storm Norton

Toledo

OT

7

229

Saints

Jerod Evans

Virginia Tech

QB

7

230

Eagles

Ryan Switzer

North Carolina

WR

7

231

Cardinals

Cole Mazza

Alabama

LS

7

232

Vikings

Jake Elliot

Memphis

K

7

233

Jets

Austin Rekhow

Idaho

P

7

234

Rams

Joe Williams

Utah

RB

7

235

Patriots

De'Veon Smith

Michigan

RB

7

236

Titans

Sojourn Shelton

Wisconsin

CB

7

237

Buccaneers

Damore'ea Stringfellow

Ole Miss

WR

7

238

Broncos

Amba Etta-Tawao

Syracuse

WR

7

239

Washington

Jalen Robinette

Air Force

WR

7

240

Dolphins

Fish Smithson

Kansas

S

7

241

Giants

Noble Nwachukwu

West Virginia

DE

7

242

Raiders

Ricky Seals-Jones

Texas A&M

WR

7

243

Texans

Seth Russell

Baylor

QB

7

244

Raiders

Ezra Robinston

Tennessee State

CB

7

245

Chiefs

Tanner Vallejo

Boise State

ILB

7

246

Cowboys

Jeremy Clark

Michigan

CB

7

247

Packers

Dylan Cole

Missouri State

LB

7

248

Steelers

Jordan Sterns

Oklahoma State

S

7

249

Falcons

Ben Boulware

Clemson

LB

7

250

Lions

Elijah McGuire

UL Lafayette

RB

7

251

Bengals

Jeremiah Ledbetter

Arkansas

DT

7

252

Broncos

Justin Senior

Mississippi State

OT

7

253

Broncos

Adam Griffith

Alabama

K