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2015 NFL DRAFT
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  • Round 1, Pick 1, Houston Texans select Jadeveon Clowney, DE, South Carolina. Grade: A Analysis: I love this pick. He is the draft's best player. I would have traded down, but he will be a star. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 1, Pick 2, St. Louis Rams select Greg Robinson, OT, Auburn. Grade: B+ Analysis: An easy pick. They had to take Robinson. He will play guard and then move to left tackle. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 1, Pick 3, Jacksonville Jaguars select Blake Bortles, QB, UCF. Grade: A+ Analysis: Love this pick. I knew they loved Bortles and they had to get a quarterback. He's the right guy. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 1, Pick 4, Buffalo Bills select Sammy Watkins, WR, Clemson. Grade: C- Analysis: They need an explosive playmaker, and I like Watkins. But moving up can be risky. Does he put them over the top? They gave up too much. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 1, Pick 5, Oakland Raiders select Khalil Mack, OLB, Buffalo. Grade: B+ Analysis: This is a no-brainer for the Raiders. He is an elite pass rusher and they need one in the worst way. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 1, Pick 6, Atlanta Falcons select Jake Matthews, OT, Texas A&M. Grade: A- Analysis: They have their left tackle and got what some think is the safest player in the draft. Good pick. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 1, Pick 7, Tampa Bay Buccaneers select Mike Evans, WR, Texas A&M. Grade: B+ Analysis: This is who they wanted. They were scared he wouldn't be there. They had to get a playmaker opposite Vincent Jackson. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 1, Pick 8, Cleveland Browns select Justin Gilbert, CB, Oklahoma State. Grade: C Analysis: I liked two other corners better, but they need corner help. Why not a QB? by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 1, Pick 9, Minnesota Vikings select Anthony Barr, OLB, UCLA. Grade: B Analysis: I like this pick for a team that needed to get faster at linebacker. He will amp up the blitz package. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 1, Pick 10, Detroit Lions select Eric Ebron, TE, North Carolina. Grade: C- Analysis: This kid has a ton of talent, but is he really a need? They had other more pressing needs. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 1, Pick 11, Tennessee Titans select Taylor Lewan, OT, Michigan. Grade: C Analysis: I don't get this pick after signing Michael Oher. Is this the end for Michael Roos? They had other needs. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 1, Pick 12, New York Giants select Odell Beckham Jr., WR, LSU. Grade: B+ Analysis: I might be in the minority on this pick, but I like it. He will be better than Mike Evans. They need a receiver to go with Victor Cruz. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 1, Pick 13, St. Louis Rams select Aaron Donald, DT, Pittsburgh. Grade: A Analysis: What a great pick from the Rams. They get one of the best defensive players in the draft at this spot. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 1, Pick 14, Chicago Bears select Kyle Fuller, CB, Virginia Tech. Grade: A Analysis: I love this pick. Fuller is the top corner in my mind and they need corners in a division with two good passers. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 1, Pick 15, Pittsburgh Steelers select Ryan Shazier, OLB, Ohio State. Grade: B+ Analysis: This is a speed pick for a team that needs it on defense. I like the player, but can he hold up inside? by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 1, Pick 16, Dallas Cowboys select Zack Martin, OG, Notre Dame. Grade: B+ Analysis: This is a good pick for a team that needed line help. They didn't get caught up in the hype. The line will be damn good. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 1, Pick 17, Baltimore Ravens select C.J. Mosley, ILB, Alabama. Grade: B Analysis: They need help next to Daryl Smith, and he isn't a kid anymore. It's a good, solid pick. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 1, Pick 18, New York Jets select Calvin Pryor, FS, Louisville. Grade: B- Analysis: They had to get safety help, so this makes sense. He is a thumper in the run game, which will help. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 1, Pick 19, Miami Dolphins select Jawuan James, OT, Tennessee. Grade: B Analysis: They had to get a tackle, and he's played at a high level in a good league. Good pick. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 1, Pick 20, New Orleans Saints select Brandin Cooks, WR, Oregon State. Grade: B+ Analysis: They had to get faster on offense, and he does that for them. I like the move to get him. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 1, Pick 21, Green Bay Packers select Hasean Clinton-Dix, FS, Alabama. Grade: A Analysis: This is a great pick. They needed range in the secondary and they now have it. Love it. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 1, Pick 22, Cleveland Browns select Johnny Manziel, QB, Texas A&M. Grade: A Analysis: This is a smart move by the Browns. They had to get a quarterback. Great move. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 1, Pick 23, Kansas City Chiefs select Dee Ford, DE, Auburn. Grade: C- Analysis: Don't they have Justin Houston and Tamba Hali? They had other needs. Strange pick. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 1, Pick 24, Cincinnati Bengals select Darqueze Dennard, CB, Michigan State. Grade: B+ Analysis: The Bengals had to get a corner with age creeping in, so it makes sense. I might have gone Bradley Roby, but it's close. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 1, Pick 25, San Diego Chargers select Jason Verrett, CB, TCU. Grade: B+ Analysis: If he was an inch or two taller, he would have gone higher. He fills a big need. Good pick. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 1, Pick 26, Philadelphia Eagles select Marcus Smith, DE, Louisville. Grade: B Analysis: The Eagles need a young pass rusher, and he can provide that. He's athletic and fits their scheme. I get it. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 1, Pick 27, Arizona Cardinals select Deone Bucannon, SS, Washington State. Grade: B Analysis: They had to get a safety to upgrade the back end. He's a good football player who will hit you. I like Jimmie Ward more, but that's nitpicking. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 1, Pick 28, Carolina Panthers select Kelvin Benjamin, WR, Florida State. Grade: C Analysis: They had to get a receiver, but I don't like this pick. He is second-round talent in my book. Why not Marqise Lee? by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 1, Pick 29, New England Patriots select Dominique Easley, DT, Florida. Grade: A Analysis: This is a terrific pick. He would have been a top-10 pick if not for injuries to both knees. He will be a star -- if healthy. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 1, Pick 30, San Francisco 49ers select Jimmie Ward, SS, Northern Illinois. Grade: B Analysis: He is a heck of a football player, but with Antoine Bethea and Eric Reid was that really a need? by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 1, Pick 31, Denver Broncos select Bradley Roby, CB, Ohio State. Grade: B+ Analysis: Great pick. I thought he was one of the top two cornerbacks in the draft. And he fills an immediate need. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 1, Pick 32, Minnesota Vikings select Teddy Bridgewater, QB, Louisville. Grade: B- Analysis: I like the Vikings going up to get Bridgewater. It makes sense when you don't have a quarterback. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 2, Pick 33, Houston Texans select Xavier Su'a Filo, OG, UCLA. Grade: B- Analysis: This is a safe pick for a team that needs line help. He's a mauler and will be a rookie starter. Why not Louis Nix? by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 2, Pick 34, Dallas Cowboys select DeMarcus Lawrence, DE, Boise State. Grade: A Analysis: Great move by the Cowboys. I had a first-round grade on this kid. They need pass-rush help. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 2, Pick 35, Cleveland Browns select Joel Bitonio, OG, Nevada. Grade: C Analysis: Why not a receiver here? I know they have guard issues and might want to replace the right tackle, but passing on receivers? I like Bitonio as a player, though. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 2, Pick 36, Oakland Raiders select Derek Carr, QB, Fresno State. Grade: B Analysis: They loved this kid all along, and they need a quarterback, so I get it. In the second round, it's a good pick. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 2, Pick 37, Atlanta Falcons select Ra'shede Hageman, DT, Minnesota. Grade: B Analysis: The Falcons wanted to get bigger on both lines, and they have in this draft. This is a feast or famine pick. He could be a star like Richard Seymour, but the motor is a concern. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 2, Pick 38, Tampa Bay Buccaneers select Austin Seferian-Jenkins, TE, Washington. Grade: B+ Analysis: They need a tight end and I love this kid. He is inconsistent, but he has a ton of talent. This is a good, sound, pick. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 2, Pick 39, Jacksonville Jaguars select Marqise Lee, WR, Southern California. Grade: B+ Analysis: This is a good pick. He had first-round talent. Why he dropped is a mystery. He will be their No. 1 in a year or so. Blake Bortles has to be happy. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 2, Pick 40, Detroit Lions select Kyle Van Noy, OLB, Brigham Young. Grade: B Analysis: The best players are going off the board, and this is one of them. I like this pick much more than their first-round pick. Van Noy will upgrade that speed on defense. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 2, Pick 41, St. Louis Rams select Lamarcus Joyner, CB, Florida State. Grade: A Analysis: I hate to keep giving out good grades, but this is one of my favorite players in this draft. He will be a special nickel corner. The Rams are killing it. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 2, Pick 42, Philadelphia Eagles select Jordan Matthews, WR, Vanderbilt. Grade: B- Analysis: I think there were better options, but Matthews is a good player. He doesn't play as fast as his time, but he will catch a lot of balls in that offense. Trading up with other receivers on the board is a bit of a mystery. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 2, Pick 43, New York Giants select Weston Richburg, C, Colorado State. Grade: C Analysis: Why didn't they take a defensive player? Richburg is a good player, but I think they needed defensive help. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 2, Pick 44, Buffalo Bills select Cyrus Kouandjio, OT, Alabama. Grade: B- Analysis: I thought this kid regressed in a big way last season. If he can play like he did in 2012, it's a good pick. That's a big if, but it could be a big hit. The value is here. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 2, Pick 45, Seattle Seahawks select Paul Richardson, WR, Colorado. Grade: B Analysis: He can fly, and will help upgrade their passing game. He isn't big, but he can run. That will be a plus for Russell Wilson. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 2, Pick 46, Pittsburgh Steelers select Stephon Tuitt, DT, Notre Dame. Grade: B- Analysis: Tuitt was a really good player in 2012, but not so good in 2013. So I will grade it like that. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 2, Pick 47, Washington Redskins select Trent Murphy, DE, Stanford. Grade: B Analysis: Murphy was on my Better-Than team, so I like him as a player. He is better than I expected when I watched him. But where does he fit with the Redskins? by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 2, Pick 48, Baltimore Ravens select Timmy Jernigan, DT, Florida State. Grade: B+ Analysis: There is great value in getting Jernigan for the Ravens. He had first-round talent, and he can be a good rotation player as a rookie. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 2, Pick 49, New York Jets select Jace Amaro, TE, Texas Tech. Grade: C+ Analysis: They need weapons for the offense, but why not a receiver? They do have Jeff Cumberland at tight end. I would have taken a receiver, but Amaro will help. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 2, Pick 50, San Diego Chargers select Jeremiah Attaochu, DE, Georgia Tech. Grade: B Analysis: Getting an outside pass rusher is a nice move. They can pair him with Melvin Ingram as edge rushers in passing situations. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 2, Pick 51, Chicago Bears select Ego Ferguson, DT, LSU. Grade: B- Analysis: This might be a little high for him, but he was a guy who a lot of scouts really liked. They need help there, so it fits. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 2, Pick 52, Arizona Cardinals select Troy Niklas, TE, Notre Dame. Grade: C Analysis: The Cardinals need a blocking tight end and. Bruce Arians loves them, so I get it. But this is kind of high for that. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 2, Pick 53, Green Bay Packers select Davante Adams, WR, Fresno State. Grade: B Analysis: I like the pick of Adams for a team that lost James Jones. He will be a perfect fit for their offense. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 2, Pick 54, Tennessee Titans select Bishop Sankey, RB, Washington. Grade: C+ Analysis: They get a replacement for Chris Johnson, and he's a versatile back who can factor in the passing game. But, he is a back. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 2, Pick 55, Cincinnati Bengals select Jeremy Hill, RB, LSU. Grade: C+ Analysis: I knew they needed a runner, but again this is too high. But Hue Jackson wants to run it more. That's not a good thing. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 2, Pick 56, Denver Broncos select Cody Latimer, WR, Indiana. Grade: A Analysis: This is a great pick. The Broncos get another weapon. Scary. He can be a big-play weapon in a year or so. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 2, Pick 57, San Francisco 49ers select Carlos Hyde, RB, Ohio State. Grade: C+ Analysis: With Gore aging, I get it. But they seemingly draft a back a year, which is weird. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 2, Pick 58, New Orleans Saints select Stanley Jean-Baptiste, CB, Nebraska. Grade: B+ Analysis: I love this big corner and they need help there. The trend is to pick bigger corners and he is at 6-3. Nice pick. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 2, Pick 59, Indianapolis Colts select Jack Mewhort, OT, Ohio State. Grade: C+ Analysis: I imagine he is being moved to guard, but this is still a little high. He was a bit stiff when I watched him. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 2, Pick 60, Carolina Panthers select Kony Ealy, DE, Missouri. Grade: D Analysis: This is a strange pick for a team that has two good edge rushers with so many needs. Dave Gettleman is following the Giants way, but come on. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 2, Pick 61, Jacksonville Jaguars select Allen Robinson, WR, Penn State. Grade: B Analysis: I like this pick again by the Jaguars. This is a big receiver to go with Lee. Nice job. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 2, Pick 62, New England Patriots select Jimmy Garoppolo, QB, Eastern Illinois. Grade: C- Analysis: This is a weird choice. They have Ryan Mallett and Tom Brady has some good years left. Plus, I think this is high for him. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 2, Pick 63, Miami Dolphins select Jarvis Landry, WR, LSU. Grade: C- Analysis: I guess if you like 4.7 receivers this works. I don't like it. He's reliable, but is that worth a second-round pick? There were better options. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 2, Pick 64, Seattle Seahawks select Justin Britt, OT, Missouri. Grade: B- Analysis: This is a little high for him, but it does fill a need as a possible right tackle. He is a tough guy in the Seattle mold of players. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 3, Pick 65, Houston Texans select C.J. Fiedorowicz, TE, Iowa. Grade: C Analysis: I think this is high for this tight end. He is a solid player, and they have a need, but this is a little high for me. Some scouts thought he was overrated. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 3, Pick 66, Washington Redskins select Morgan Moses, OT, Virginia. Grade: B+ Analysis: The Redskins made a value pick here with Moses. He can move to the right side and push for time with Tyler Polumbus. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 3, Pick 67, Miami Dolphins select Billy Turner, OT, North Dakota State. Grade: B Analysis: Turner is a tough guy who will push for time right away. Scouts loved his tenacious style. He is limited in terms of athletic ability. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 3, Pick 68, Atlanta Falcons select Dezmen Southward, SS, Wisconsin. Grade: B Analysis: The Falcons had to get a young safety to replace Thomas DeCoud, who struggled and is now gone. I like this pick to fill a need. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 3, Pick 69, Tampa Bay Buccaneers select Charles Sims, RB, West Virginia. Grade: C- Analysis: Sims has big-play ability as much as any back, but with Doug Martin, I am not sure there is good value here. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 3, Pick 70, San Francisco 49ers select Marcus Martin, C, Southern California. Grade: A Analysis: Great pick by the 49ers. He fills a hole and will step in and compete right away. Value. Value. Value. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 3, Pick 71, Cleveland Browns select Christian Kirksey, OLB, Iowa. Grade: C+ Analysis: Kirksey is a speed linebacker and you have to have them. He's a good player, but are they just forgetting about receiver? by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 3, Pick 72, Minnesota Vikings select Scott Crichton, DE, Oregon State. Grade: B+ Analysis: Crichton is a good, tough player who isn't a great speed guy but will fight every play. He will back up Brian Robison and Everson Griffen. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 3, Pick 73, Buffalo Bills select Preston Brown, ILB, Louisville. Grade: B Analysis: He was on my Better-Than team, so you know I like it. He is a tough thumper in the run game. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 3, Pick 74, New York Giants select Jay Bromley, DT, Syracuse. Grade: B- Analysis: The Giants love Syracuse players and this fills a need. Bromley is an athletic inside player who could help with push inside. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 3, Pick 75, St. Louis Rams select Tre Mason, RB, Auburn. Grade: C+ Analysis: I don't like picks of running backs here, especially after taking backs the past two years, but he's a good player. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 3, Pick 76, Detroit Lions select Travis Swanson, C, Arkansas. Grade: B Analysis: Swanson is a good player and Dominic Raiola is coming to the end of his career. So it makes sense. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 3, Pick 77, San Francisco 49ers select Chris Borland, ILB, Wisconsin. Grade: B- Analysis: This is an obvious pick to try and plug the hole if Bowman can't come back right away from a knee injury. I think it's a little high and wonder if he can play an inside 3-4 LB, but that has to be it. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 3, Pick 78, Washington Redskins select Spencer Long, OG, Nebraska. Grade: B- Analysis: They had to get a center, so it will work. Long is a good player who should be able to compete right away. It is a need pick. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 3, Pick 79, Baltimore Ravens select Terrence Brooks, FS, Florida State. Grade: B+ Analysis: Brooks is a rangy player who would seem to have an Ed Reed look about him. OK, a little bit. Brooks will upgrade the back end coverage. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 3, Pick 80, New York Jets select Dexter McDougle, CB, Maryland. Grade: D Analysis: The Jets need corner help, but this is high for McDougle. He is a smaller corner at 5-foot-10, but this seems like a reach. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 3, Pick 81, Oakland Raiders select Gabe Jackson, OG, Mississippi State. Grade: B+ Analysis: I like the pick of Gabe Jackson. He is a mauler who some scouts thought had second-round ability. Nice hit by the Raiders. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 3, Pick 82, Chicago Bears select William Sutton, DT, Arizona State. Grade: B+ Analysis: I like this pick of Sutton. He is a much better player who fits what the Bears need. Watch how good he is for the Bears. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 3, Pick 83, Houston Texans select Louis Nix, DT, Notre Dame. Grade: A Analysis: This is great pick. Can you imagine him choking off the run with J.J. Watt and then turning the pass rushers in Watt and Clowney loose? Great pick. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 3, Pick 84, Arizona Cardinals select Kareem Martin, DE, North Carolina. Grade: B+ Analysis: The Cardinals needed help on the line and Martin can rush the passer. The athletic Martin could end up being a steal. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 3, Pick 85, Green Bay Packers select Khyri Thornton, DT, Southern Mississippi. Grade: B Analysis: The Packers had to get more help on the line with age and B.J. Raji's contract situation. Thornton will fit in with his wide body. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 3, Pick 86, Philadelphia Eagles select Josh Huff, WR, Oregon. Grade: B+ Analysis: Kelly takes a receiver I think is way underrated. He knows this player and Huff is a good player who will play right away. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 3, Pick 87, Kansas City Chiefs select Phillip Gaines, CB, Rice. Grade: B Analysis: I like Phillip Gaines as a nickel corner right away and a player who could push for starting time down the road. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 3, Pick 88, Cincinnati Bengals select Will Clarke, DE, West Virginia. Grade: B+ Analysis: I really like the pick of Clarke. This kid flashed big-time ability at times as a pass rusher. He will be in the rotation as a rookie. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 3, Pick 89, San Diego Chargers select Chris Watt, OG, Notre Dame. Grade: C+ Analysis: Watt is a good run blocker, which the Chargers like from their guards. He will push for time as a rookie. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 3, Pick 90, Indianapolis Colts select Donte Moncrief, WR, Ole Miss. Grade: A Analysis: Moncrief can fly and the Colts need that. Hakeem Nicks might be a one-year guy and Reggie Wayne is coming off an injury. I like it. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 3, Pick 91, Arizona Cardinals select John Brown, WR, Pittsburg State. Grade: B- Analysis: The Cardinals need a slot receiver and this kid has the look of being just that. His quickness inside of Michael Floyd and Larry Fitzgerald will help. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 3, Pick 92, Carolina Panthers select Trai Turner, OG, LSU. Grade: C Analysis: The Panthers need line help, and he will provide that but he isn't a tackle. Why not a tackle? by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 3, Pick 93, Jacksonville Jaguars select Brandon Linder, OG, Miami (Fla.). Grade: B- Analysis: The Jaguars had to get a center, and this is the next guy in line. It makes sense as they continue to build up the offense. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 3, Pick 94, Cleveland Browns select Terrance West, RB, Towson. Grade: C- Analysis: West is a good player, but what about receiver? He will help the running game, but didn't they sign Ben Tate? by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 3, Pick 95, Denver Broncos select Michael Schofield, OT, Michigan. Grade: B- Analysis: The Broncos took the other Michigan lineman who will add depth to a line that needs it. Did you see the Super Bowl? by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 3, Pick 96, Minnesota Vikings select Jerick McKinnon, RB, Georgia Southern. Grade: C+ Analysis: He was a quarterback at Georgia Southern in the option offense, but will be a running back. He's a quick, speedy guy. They need a backup. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 3, Pick 97, Pittsburgh Steelers select Dri Archer, WR, Kent State. Grade: B+ Analysis: The Steelers need a flash player outside and Archer can help at running back and receiver. But I think he will be a heck of a slot receiver. I like it. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 3, Pick 98, Green Bay Packers select Richard Rodgers, TE, California. Grade: B Analysis: The Packers needed to get help at tight end, so they take one who can get down the field. He's a former receiver, which is the type of tight end they like. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 3, Pick 99, Baltimore Ravens select Crockett Gillmore, TE, Colorado State. Grade: B+ Analysis: This is one of the players on my Better-Than team. He was a late add at the Senior Bowl and impressed. Tight ends are big in Gary Kubiak's offense. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 3, Pick 100, San Francisco 49ers select Brandon Thomas, OG, Clemson. Grade: B Analysis: The 49ers do a nice job picking kids they can give a redshirt. Thomas had late first-round ability and tore his ACL, so it will take time. But I like it. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 4, Pick 101, Philadelphia Eagles select Jaylen Watkins, CB, Florida. Grade: B+ Analysis: Versatile DB who can line up at safety or corner, and possesses the skill set to press or play off. Good fundamental tackler who plays with desirable physicality for a starting corner at the next level. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 4, Pick 102, Washington Redskins select Bashaud Breeland, CB, Clemson. Grade: B Analysis: A wiry, long, athletic DB who can disrupt WRs off the line, and has some of the best ball skills in the class. He lacks blazing speed, and will need to get stronger to be a regular on the outside in the NFL. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 4, Pick 103, Atlanta Falcons select Devonta Freeman, RB, Florida State. Grade: B- Analysis: Lacks ideal size to be a regular at the next level, and shared carries for most of his career at FSU, but he plays extremely physical for his size, and plays with impressive burst and quickness. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 4, Pick 104, New York Jets select Jalen Saunders, WR, Oklahoma. Grade: B Analysis: Saunders is an explosive, quick athlete who can make big plays after the catch. His slight frame is obviously a concern, but used in the right role, could be a dangerous complementary weapon for the Jets' offense and could be an immediate upgrade to the return game. Plays bigger than his frame. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 4, Pick 105, New England Patriots select Bryan Stork, C, Florida State. Grade: C Analysis: Stork is limited physically with a stiff, short frame, but he's instinctive, smart, and tough, and may give the Patriots the versatility to line him up at any of the three interior positions. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 4, Pick 106, San Francisco 49ers select Bruce Ellington, WR, South Carolina. Grade: B Analysis: Still very raw as a route-runner, Ellington's a tough, sure-handed, athletic WR who should be an immediate upgrade to the slot in San Francisco. Another much-needed weapon for Colin Kaepernick in the passing game. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 4, Pick 107, Oakland Raiders select Justin Ellis, DT, Louisiana Tech. Grade: A Analysis: Ellis's rare combination of size and quickness make him an intriguing addition to the Raiders D-line. A wide-bodied plugger who possesses surprising up-field burst against the pass. Could be one of the steals of this draft. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 4, Pick 108, Seattle Seahawks select Cassius Marsh, DT, UCLA. Grade: B- Analysis: Marsh is a gifted athlete with ideal length to play end at the next level. The biggest knock on him has been surrounding his character, but Seattle has never shied away from players with challenging pasts. The talent is there for Marsh to be a disruptive force as a pass-rusher at the next level. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 4, Pick 109, Buffalo Bills select Ross Cockrell, CB, Duke. Grade: B+ Analysis: Cockrell brings top-notch ball skills, impressive instincts and ideal quickness to play inside or out. His slight frame is a bit of a concern, but if he can bulk up, he may be a consideration to rotate in at safety as well. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 4, Pick 110, St. Louis Rams select Maurice Alexander, SS, Utah State. Grade: C+ Analysis: An aggressive, physical DB who possesses many of the desired traits to be an in-the-box safety at the next level. He's still raw, and can be over-aggressive to the point of missing tackles and plays on the ball, but the tools are there to develop into a starter down the road. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 4, Pick 111, Cincinnati Bengals select Russell Bodine, OG, North Carolina. Grade: A- Analysis: Bodine is a solid fundamental technician who exhibits fluidity when sliding to pass protect, and plays with a tough demeanor as a run blocker. Possesses movement skills and strength to play any of the interior positions. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 4, Pick 112, Tennessee Titans select Daquan Jones, DT, Penn State. Grade: B+ Analysis: Jones is a rare athlete for his size, exhibiting versatility to line up inside or out, and even rushed from a two-point at times, in school. He possesses good natural power, and has instincts and vision to be a good run defender as well. Consistency was his biggest issue in school, but if he can continue to develop, he has the tools to be a special pro. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 4, Pick 113, New York Giants select Andre Williams, RB, Boston College. Grade: A Analysis: Williams is a tough, big, physical back who carried the load for Boston College in '13. Possesses nice burst, and an ability to move defenders on contact. Was non-existent in the passing game for the Golden Eagles, which leads to a drop here, but he's one of the most talented backs in this draft, and is known as a high-character, reliable teammate. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 4, Pick 114, Jacksonville Jaguars select Aaron Colvin, CB, Oklahoma. Grade: B Analysis: Colvin possesses ideal press-corner traits, and plays solid against the run. He's slightly built though, and may need to bulk up if he's to be a regular on the outside at the next level. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 4, Pick 115, New York Jets select Shaquelle Evans, WR, UCLA. Grade: B+ Analysis: Evans is a physical receiver with underrated speed, and great ball skills. He's tough over the middle, and exhibits strong, reliable hands when asked to secure the ball off his frame. Could be a major contributor early for the Jets. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 4, Pick 116, Oakland Raiders select Keith McGill, CB, Utah. Grade: B+ Analysis: Off-field red flags have hampered McGill's draft stock, but there's no denying the talent he possesses. He has the ability to be routinely disruptive when he puts his hands on receivers at the line, and despite some stiffness in the hips, demonstrates corrective speed to make up for mistakes. If he can mature, he has the make-up to be a really good press-corner in the NFL. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 4, Pick 117, Chicago Bears select Ka'Deem Carey, RB, Arizona. Grade: B Analysis: Carey was one of the nations top RBs over the last couple of years, displaying toughness, burst and quickness that you like to see in an NFL back. He has no real elite trait, but his vision and explosive first-step give him a chance to be a reliable NFL back. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 4, Pick 118, Pittsburgh Steelers select Martavis Bryant, WR, Clemson. Grade: A- Analysis: Bryant is a rare physical specimen, possessing incredible speed and quickness for his size. He's still raw as a receiver though, often trapping the ball rather than plucking it, and only has one successful year under his belt in college. Needs to improve his routes, and comes with some maturity questions. First-round upside here. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 4, Pick 119, Dallas Cowboys select Anthony Hitchens, OLB, Iowa. Grade: C- Analysis: Hitchens was a productive tackler at Iowa, and comes with ideal size to play on the inside at the next level. He's limited in space though, and may have been available later in the draft. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 4, Pick 120, Arizona Cardinals select Logan Thomas, QB, Virginia Tech. Grade: C Analysis: Thomas fits the mold of the big, tough gunslinger that Bruce Arians loves. His lack of development and improvement over his career at Virginia Tech has been extremely disappointing though, despite rare athleticism for his size. Has a lot to improve on if he's ever going to be a starter in the NFL. Footwork and decision-making aren't where they need to be. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 4, Pick 121, Green Bay Packers select Carl Bradford, OLB, Arizona State. Grade: B+ Analysis: Bradford brings instincts, fundamentals and a tough demeanor to a Packers' defense that needed to bolster its group of linebackers. He lacks ideal length, but is a good athlete and offers the versatility to rush off the edge, or rotate inside and be a productive tackler with his toughness and instincts against the run. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 4, Pick 122, Tennessee Titans select Marqueston Huff, FS, Wyoming. Grade: C+ Analysis: Huff is a versatile DB who brings hustle and heart to the Titans' defense, but may lack the skill set to be a regular on the outside at the next level. He diagnoses and closes on plays in front of him though, and could be a future contributor at safety. Immediate special teams contributor. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 4, Pick 123, Seattle Seahawks select Kevin Norwood, WR, Alabama. Grade: B+ Analysis: Norwood isn't the elite athlete that you look for in the early rounds, but he's sure-handed, has good size, is fundamentally sound and has better speed than people give him credit for. A true possession type with a nice catching radius and who runs clean routes. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 4, Pick 124, Kansas City Chiefs select De'Anthony Thomas, RB, Oregon. Grade: B- Analysis: After losing Dexter McCluster, the Chiefs grab a similar type of player here in Thomas, who lacks refinement and polish as a route-runner and true receiver, but is a game-breaker with the ball in his hands. He'll take some time to develop as a receiver, but should be a major contributor in the return game immediately. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 4, Pick 125, Miami Dolphins select Walt Aikens, CB, Liberty. Grade: C+ Analysis: Aikens possesses natural athleticism, fluidity and instincts to be an impact press corner at the next level. He comes with some character questions after an arrest early in his college career though, and doesn't possess elite long speed. A potential starter down the road if he can prove mature. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 4, Pick 126, New Orleans Saints select Khairi Fortt, OLB, California. Grade: B+ Analysis: Fortt wasn't the producer at Cal that he appeared to be at Penn State, before transferring, but he's a really good athlete who's fluid enough to drop into coverage, but also possesses toughness, anticipation and solid fundamentals to be a solid run defender in the box. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 4, Pick 127, Cleveland Browns select Pierre Desir, CB, Lindenwood. Grade: A- Analysis: Desir possesses one of the best combinations of athleticism, size and ball-skills in this class of corners, and could compete for a starting role right away. He needs to become more physical against the run though, and is still a bit raw technically. A true NFL starting-caliber talent though. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 4, Pick 128, Carolina Panthers select Tre Boston, SS, North Carolina. Grade: C Analysis: Boston is a vocal leader who plays with intensity and physicality of an NFL safety. He's inconsistent technically though, plays out of control and doesn't display great instincts. Needs a lot of refinement, but possesses the athleticism to eventually be a significant contributor in the Panthers' defensive backfield. An ideal special teams athlete right out of the gate. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 4, Pick 129, San Francisco 49ers select Dontae Johnson, CB, North Carolina State. Grade: B Analysis: Johnson is long, lean and physical, and could be a steal here for the Niners at 129. A true press corner who utilizes violent, active hands at the line, and who offers some versatility to rotate inside at safety. He's vulnerable over the top though, and gambles too often. He's raw, but has nice upside. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 4, Pick 130, New England Patriots select James C. White, RB, Wisconsin. Grade: C+ Analysis: White lacks explosiveness and athleticism to be an every-down back at the next level, but he exhibits good vision, decent burst, and toughness on contact. he'll be a reliable, complementary back in the Patriots offense. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 4, Pick 131, Chicago Bears select Brock Vereen, FS, Minnesota. Grade: C+ Analysis: Vereen is a smart, athletic DB who diagnoses early and supports both the run and pass with consistency. He could improve technically, and hasn't proven to be a ball hawk in his time at Minnesota, so he'll need to continue to develop if he's going to end up an NFL starter. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 4, Pick 132, Seattle Seahawks select Kevin Pierre-Louis, OLB, Boston College. Grade: B Analysis: Pierre-Louis is an athletic, run-and-hit 'backer who has impressive speed and tools, but can be out-physical'd by bigger blockers up near the line, and could stand to get a bit stronger. His speed will be a nice addition to Seattle's explosive defense, and he should contribute on special teams right away. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 4, Pick 133, Detroit Lions select Nevin Lawson, CB, Utah State. Grade: B Analysis: If it weren't for Lawson's smallish frame, he may have gone as early as the second round, considering his natural coverage skill-set, and impressive athleticism. In the right role, Lawson could be a major contributor early, considering his solid fundamentals, coupled with better-than-average athleticism and coverage instincts. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 4, Pick 134, Baltimore Ravens select Brent Urban, DE, Virginia. Grade: B+ Analysis: Urban's intriguing combination of size and athleticism make him a potentially very exciting pick for the Ravens here in the late fourth. You can put him on the outside as a five technique, or rotate him inside as a pass-rushing DT, considering his natural burst and length. Big upside here. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 4, Pick 135, Houston Texans select Tom Savage, QB, Pittsburgh. Grade: B Analysis: Savage has a big arm, demonstrates toughness in the pocket, and shows nice touch on all the throws. He hopped between three schools before settling on Pitt, and really only has one year of prolific pass production. Has an NFL skill set, but can he produce for the long haul? by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 4, Pick 136, Detroit Lions select Larry Webster, TE, Bloomsburg. Grade: C+ Analysis: Webster's natural burst to go with a prototypical long, broad frame give him the makings of a potentially disruptive end, but he'll need to fill out and get stronger if he's going to be a regular in the NFL. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 4, Pick 137, New York Jets select Dakota Dozier, OG, Furman. Grade: A Analysis: Dozier's "plus" athleticism and movement skills are extremely impressive for a big man, and may remind some of last year's seventh overall pick Jonathan Cooper. Dozier's limited experience against high-level competition and very recent conversion to guard (Shrine Game) certainly differentiate him from Cooper in terms of draft value, but his upside could be massive and it wouldn't be surprising to see him develop into one of the league's best, down the road. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 4, Pick 138, Baltimore Ravens select Lorenzo Taliaferro, RB, Coastal Carolina. Grade: C+ Analysis: Taliaferro is a patient, one-cut runner who may lack natural burst to be a starter at the NFL level, but has the chance to be a productive short-yardage contributor relatively quickly. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 4, Pick 139, Atlanta Falcons select Prince Shembo, DE, Notre Dame. Grade: B+ Analysis: Shembo is far from the best athlete in the class, and lacks ideal length, but he's tough, gritty and demonstrates a high motor to win at the point of attack. A good run defender who could compete for a significant role on the left side in a 3-4, right away. Good instincts and awareness in both facets. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 4, Pick 140, New England Patriots select Cameron Fleming, OT, Stanford. Grade: B+ Analysis: While he lacks ideal fluidity to operate on an island, Fleming's size, strength and functional power make him an ideal candidate to move inside and succeed as an NFL guard. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 5, Pick 141, Philadelphia Eagles select Taylor Hart, DT, Oregon. Grade: C Analysis: Hart is the case of a guy who plays with a ton of grit, possesses impressive natural power, and exhibits a high effort on every play. His size is ideal, but his instincts don't appear to be top-notch, and he's not the fluid athlete who will cover a ton of ground. He could win a role on effort and strength, but could struggle to earn a starting role at the next level. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 5, Pick 142, Washington Redskins select Ryan Grant, WR, Tulane. Grade: B Analysis: Grant could be a surprise early-contributor for the Redskins, as a fluid, clean-route runner with soft hands and underrated speed, despite lacking prototypical size. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 5, Pick 143, Tampa Bay Buccaneers select Kadeem Edwards, OG, Tennessee State. Grade: C Analysis: Edwards carries a thick, ideal frame to be a successful guard at the next level, but has a long way to go technically, and needs to demonstrate better physicality if he's going to be an NFL success. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 5, Pick 144, Jacksonville Jaguars select Telvin Smith, OLB, Florida State. Grade: B+ Analysis: Smith is a rare athlete who lacks ideal size to be a true NFL linebacker, but offers good versatility to flip between safety and outside linebacker, and should improve the Jags' special teams group immediately. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 5, Pick 145, Minnesota Vikings select David Yankey, OG, Stanford. Grade: A- Analysis: Yankey is a smart, instinctive lineman who blocks well in the run and despite lacking top-notch athleticism, has adequate feet to slide and be effective against the pass-rush. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 5, Pick 146, Dallas Cowboys select Devin Street, WR, Pittsburgh. Grade: B- Analysis: A prolific pass-catcher, Street has good hands and runs clean routes, but doesn't give the Cowboys much after the catch, and may struggle to beat press consistently out on the edge, in the NFL. Could be a nice slot contributor out of the gate. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 5, Pick 147, Atlanta Falcons select Ricardo Allen, CB, Purdue. Grade: B- Analysis: Active, athletic corner who demonstrates a feisty demeanor, good instincts and nice burst coming back to the football. Size is lacking though, and he may be limited to a nickel role, long term. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 5, Pick 148, Carolina Panthers select Bene Benwikere, CB, San Jose State. Grade: C Analysis: Benwikere has decent size and movement skills to play corner at the next level, but lacks instincts and technical refinement to be an immediate contributor. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 5, Pick 149, Tampa Bay Buccaneers select Kevin Pamphile, OT, Purdue. Grade: B- Analysis: Pamphile is raw technically, but is one of the better athletes among guards in this draft, and could develop into a starter over time. He's fluid on the move, and demonstrates nice power on contact, but he needs to develop in terms of awareness and instincts. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 5, Pick 150, San Francisco 49ers select Aaron Lynch, DE, South Florida. Grade: C+ Analysis: Lynch is a polarizing prospect, in that he possesses the natural tools and size of a first-rounder, and had scouts excited after an incredible true freshman year at Notre Dame back in '11. Unfortunately his effort appeared spotty at best in his lone season at South Florida, leading many to question his passion for the game. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 5, Pick 151, Tennessee Titans select Avery Williamson, ILB, Kentucky. Grade: C Analysis: A tough, physical inside linebacker who is dynamic coming downhill but lacks fluidity and top-notch instincts in space. An "enforcer" type who should be an impact special teams player out of the gate. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 5, Pick 152, New York Giants select Nat Berhe, FS, San Diego State. Grade: B+ Analysis: Berhe is a fluid, athletic and instinctive DB who's size limitations leave him susceptible to getting beat on the high-ball, but who could be a nice nickel piece for the Giants, considering his stride-for-stride coverage ability. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 5, Pick 153, Buffalo Bills select Cyril Richardson, OG, Baylor. Grade: A Analysis: Thought by many to be a candidate to go in the first three rounds, the Bills nab a great value here in Richardson demonstrates some of the best power among linemen in this draft, but is susceptible to being beat by quick rushers on re-direct. Best suited playing inside where he has the potential to be a dominator with some refinement. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 5, Pick 154, New York Jets select Jeremiah George, ILB, Iowa State. Grade: B+ Analysis: George has some size limitations, but he's a tackling machine with good instincts and surprising toughness at the line of scrimmage. He'll give the Jets a special teams boost, with the smarts to eventually content for a starting inside spot. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 5, Pick 155, Miami Dolphins select Arthur Lynch, TE, Georgia. Grade: B Analysis: Lynch may not be the new-age field-stretching hybrid TE/WR type, but he's a reliable short-to-mid range pass-catcher, and has nice upside as an in-line blocker in the running game. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 5, Pick 156, Denver Broncos select Lamin Barrow, ILB, LSU. Grade: C+ Analysis: Barrow is a "plus" athlete at the linebacker spot, who is under-developed in terms of instincts and technique, but has substantial upside. An ideal candidate to come in and spice up the Broncos' special teams units. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 5, Pick 157, Pittsburgh Steelers select Shaquille Richardson, CB, Arizona. Grade: C+ Analysis: Richardson is a long, lean press corner who flashes brilliance at times, and absent-mindedness at others. Streaky, and fundamentally under-developed. With coaching and some time to develop, could be a nice fit as teams are trending more toward this type of skill set. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 5, Pick 158, Detroit Lions select Caraun Reid, DT, Princeton. Grade: B Analysis: Reid demonstrates consistent technique and above-average burst and quickness for his size, and should be a nice rotational piece inside for the Lions on passing downs. Obvious level-of-competition questions, coming out of Princeton. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 5, Pick 159, Jacksonville Jaguars select Chris Smith, DE, Arkansas. Grade: A- Analysis: Smith is a nice value here, as a high-motor, good-leverage rusher who knows how to get under his opponent, and exhibits impressive lower-half power. He's not an edge-burner, but his combination of good instincts and toughness make him a nice competitor for playing time on a young Jaguars defense. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 5, Pick 160, Arizona Cardinals select Ed Stinson, DE, Alabama. Grade: B Analysis: Stinson boasts a trim, chiseled frame with long arms and demonstrates bursty get-off, but needs to be more consistent with his timing off the snap, and is too easily controlled by blockers as he comes off the line high. Upside as an interior rusher and/or five-technique considering his length. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 5, Pick 161, Green Bay Packers select Corey Linsley, C, Ohio State. Grade: C+ Analysis: Linsley is a sound technician with nice short-area quickness and good awareness, who lacks size and power on contact. Little, if any, upside, but has starter potential at center, considering his smarts and technique. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 5, Pick 162, Philadelphia Eagles select Ed Reynolds, FS, Stanford. Grade: C Analysis: Reynolds is a fierce hitter and good athlete, who makes tackles in space, and offers nice run support. He's raw technically though, and is late to diagnose in coverage. Athletic upside, and a tenacious, physical hitter who will be a nice special teams piece early on. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 5, Pick 163, Kansas City Chiefs select Aaron Murray, QB, Georgia. Grade: B- Analysis: An intelligent, rhythmic quarterback who demonstrates nice touch on timing routes, but whose limited size and movement skills may inhibit him from competing for a number one role in the NFL. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 5, Pick 164, Cincinnati Bengals select AJ McCarron, QB, Alabama. Grade: B- Analysis: McCarron is a confident leader with a good enough arm to make all the throws, but who struggles to maintain good foot mechanics, and will too often stare down his primary target. He's a decent mover in the pocket, and has the upside to be a No. 2 with the possibility of competing for a starting role, with improvement in his decision-making and footwork. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 5, Pick 165, San Diego Chargers select Ryan Carrethers, , Arkansas State. Grade: B+ Analysis: Carrethers is a stout, massive lineman who understands leverage, clogs running lanes and eats up blockers. Won't ever be a dynamic rusher, but as a space eater, brings nice value to the Chargers here in the fifth. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 5, Pick 166, Indianapolis Colts select Jonathan Newsome, OLB, Ball State. Grade: B- Analysis: Newsome is a naturally explosive edge-rusher who can cover a lot of ground down the line, but who lacks power on contact and is too-easily rag-dolled by bigger blockers, to be an every-down end. Rotational nickel rusher and strong special teams candidate. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 5, Pick 167, New Orleans Saints select Vinnie Sunseri, SS, Alabama. Grade: C+ Analysis: Sunseri is a tough, gritty defender best suited in the box where his athletic limitations aren't as amplified. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 5, Pick 168, Atlanta Falcons select Marquis Spruill, ILB, Syracuse. Grade: A- Analysis: Spruill is a fast, athletic run-and-hit 'backer who has shown improvement in the instincts department, and has bulked up from sub-220lbs in the last year. Has a lot of range and could compete for a starting role relatively soon. Good value for the Falcons here. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 5, Pick 169, New Orleans Saints select Ronald Powell, OLB, Florida. Grade: B Analysis: Powell is a talented athlete with a natural ability to rush the passer off the edge. Two ACL tears have slowed his progress though, so this is a definite gamble by the Saints, but one worth taking this late, considering the upside. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 5, Pick 170, San Francisco 49ers select Keith Reaser, CB, Florida Atlantic. Grade: C- Analysis: 'Niners take another guy who could be sitting for a while initially, as Reaser is coming off ACL surgery, but prior to his injury, demonstrated desirable fluidity and natural coverage ability despite his smallish frame. Could be a nickel contributor down the road, but may have been available in the 6th or 7th round. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 5, Pick 171, Miami Dolphins select Jordan Tripp, OLB, Montana. Grade: A Analysis: Tripp's combination of size, length and fluidity make him a versatile athlete worth considering at several positions in the front seven. Great value for the Dolphins here in the late fifth. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 5, Pick 172, Seattle Seahawks select Jimmy Staten, DT, Middle Tennessee. Grade: C- Analysis: Staten is a consistent, anchor-strong lineman who is tough to move at the point of attack and demonstrates good awareness against the run. Has battled injuries, but has been a consistent performer, and possesses quickness to suggest some upside as a potential interior rush threat. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 5, Pick 173, Pittsburgh Steelers select Wesley Johnson, OT, Vanderbilt. Grade: C+ Analysis: Johnson is a fluid, underrated athlete who blocks with good angles, and demonstrates strong awareness. Could fill out his frame a bit more, and lacks ideal length. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 5, Pick 174, New York Giants select Devon Kennard, OLB, Southern California. Grade: A Analysis: Kennard is an underrated athlete with good diagnostics and the versatility to line up at multiple positions along the front seven, but has struggled to stay healthy in his career at USC. Could be a nice edge-rusher at the next level if he's able to prove durable. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 5, Pick 175, Baltimore Ravens select John Urschel, OG, Penn State. Grade: B+ Analysis: Urschel is better known in some circles for his world-class IQ than for his football prowess, but his intelligence translates to the field, reflecting an instinctive technician who may lack elite athleticism, but is consistent, strong and reliable. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 5, Pick 176, Green Bay Packers select Jared Abbrederis, WR, Wisconsin. Grade: A Analysis: Abbrederis may be this year's top route-runner, and plays with underrated physicality off the line of scrimmage. Great hands, and a firey competitor. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 6, Pick 177, Houston Texans select Jeoffrey Pagan, DE, Alabama. Grade: C Analysis: Pagan comes in to compete at the nose, with his big-time girth, anchoring strength and good run recognition. He lacks power and quickness of the snap though, and offers very little in terms of up-field rush. Consistency will be key for him, if he's to compete for significant play time in Houston. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 6, Pick 178, Tennessee Titans select Zach Mettenberger, QB, LSU. Grade: A+ Analysis: Mettenberger has NFL-starter qualities in a big arm, and good accuracy. He moves well through progressions, but lacks mobility to stay alive in the pocket. A surprise drop to the 6th here, Mettenberger looks like a guy who could eventually compete for the starting QB role in Tennessee, where current starter Jake Locker has struggled with consistency and durability. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 6, Pick 179, New England Patriots select Jon Halapio, OG, Florida. Grade: B Analysis: Halapio is a limited-range, physical guard who flashes devastating hands on contact. He lacks fluidity and looseness though, and struggles to have an impact downfield or in space. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 6, Pick 180, San Francisco 49ers select Kenneth Acker, CB, Southern Methodist. Grade: B- Analysis: Acker has nice length and fluidity in space, but doesn't play with the press strength that his size suggests he should. Has upside, but needs to get stronger, and should compete for a special teams role initially, for the 'Niners. Still addresses a need. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 6, Pick 181, Houston Texans select Alfred Blue, RB, LSU. Grade: B Analysis: Blue didn't get a ton of carries at LSU, but like Spencer Ware before him, he possesses size and skills to be a legit contributor in an NFL backfield. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 6, Pick 182, Minnesota Vikings select Antone Exum, FS, Virginia Tech. Grade: C- Analysis: Exum is an undeniable athletic talent with tools to be a good NFL DB, but questions abound regarding his commitment level and effort, and he needs quite a bit of technical refinement. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 6, Pick 183, Chicago Bears select David Fales, QB, San Jose State. Grade: B Analysis: Smart, precision passer who lacks arm strength and size, but demonstrated consistent efficiency and top accuracy at the college level. Could be a good number two. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 6, Pick 184, Minnesota Vikings select Kendall James, CB, Maine. Grade: B- Analysis: Undersized DB with great speed, and impressive natural ball skills who could be a special teams booster, with upside to contend for a rotational nickel spot for the Vikings. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 6, Pick 185, Tampa Bay Buccaneers select Robert Herron, WR, Wyoming. Grade: A- Analysis: Herron's speed and fearlessness across the middle make him a great value here in the sixth round for the Buccaneers, who need to find creative ways to get him the football considering his slight build and lack of strength at the point of attack. A true game-breaker with explosive play-making ability. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 6, Pick 186, Washington Redskins select Lache Seastrunk, RB, Baylor. Grade: B+ Analysis: Seastrunk's make-you-miss ability in space, and top-end speed make him a nice value grab for the 'Skins here in the 6th. Should complement Morris's one-cut running style nicely with a more elusive, change-of-pace approach. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 6, Pick 187, New York Giants select Bennett Jackson, CB, Notre Dame. Grade: C+ Analysis: Aggressive corner with good size and ball skills, but who lacks instincts and awareness in space, and needs to show better restraint in terms of contact with receivers down field. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 6, Pick 188, St. Louis Rams select E.J. Gaines, CB, Missouri. Grade: B+ Analysis: A hard-working, smart DB who plays bigger than his size, and should upgrade the Rams' nickel crop right away, while contributing on special teams. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 6, Pick 189, Detroit Lions select T.J. Jones, WR, Notre Dame. Grade: B Analysis: Jones is the prototypical possession receiver, exhibiting soft hands and toughness across the middle. He may need to add some weight to handle NFL impact, but he's good at finding space underneath, and could be a go-to guy on third downs, for Matthew Stafford. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 6, Pick 190, Miami Dolphins select Matt Hazel, WR, Coastal Carolina. Grade: B- Analysis: Hazel brings soft hands, smooth strides and good body control to go with desirable height. He needs to fill out his frame though, and may not be ready to spend a lot of time over the middle just yet, considering his slighter build. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 6, Pick 191, Chicago Bears select Patrick O'Donnell, P, Miami (Fla.). Grade: C+ Analysis: O'Donnell has a big leg, and is an impressive athlete. Needs to become more precise with his placement, but he'll compete right away to be the Bears' punter. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 6, Pick 192, Pittsburgh Steelers select Jordan Zumwalt, OLB, UCLA. Grade: C+ Analysis: Zumwalt has a lot of potential, but is not yet the sum of his parts. Ideal length and decent straight line speed, make him a good downhill talent up near the line of scrimmage, but he's still and limited laterally, and may struggle to find a position out of the gate. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 6, Pick 193, Kansas City Chiefs select Zach Fulton, OG, Tennessee. Grade: B Analysis: Fulton is a project with an impressive frame and good athleticism. Extremely raw, but could be a developmental project with a high upside. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 6, Pick 194, Baltimore Ravens select Keith Wenning, QB, Ball State. Grade: B Analysis: Tough, smart QB with strong intangibles, but average arm strength, and athleticism. Doesn't locate accurately with consistency, but his work ethic and commitment to the game should get him a chance as a number three QB out of the gate with potential to be a number two in the future. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 6, Pick 195, New York Jets select Brandon Dixon, CB, Northwest Missouri State. Grade: C+ Analysis: Dixon is a thick, athletic Division II DB who brings the upside to become an impact press corner at the next level, but he'll need to improve his instincts and better fundamental tackling. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 6, Pick 196, Arizona Cardinals select Walter Powell, WR, Murray State. Grade: D Analysis: Powell is a smooth mover in space but lacks athleticism and big-play ability, and struggles to beat press. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 6, Pick 197, Green Bay Packers select Demetri Goodson, CB, Baylor. Grade: C Analysis: Goodson could offer some developmental upside considering his raw athleticism, but durability is a major concern, and he's very raw from a football instincts standpoint. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 6, Pick 198, New England Patriots select Zach Moore, DE, Concordia-St. Paul. Grade: B+ Analysis: Hard-working, blue-collar lineman who brings versatility, length (34' arms) and athleticism, and has worked hard to fill out his frame. Not very explosive, but uses strength and instincts to make plays. Still has a lot of upside. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 6, Pick 199, Seattle Seahawks select Garrett Scott, OT, Marshall. Grade: B+ Analysis: Seattle drafted an edge blocker in the second round (Justin Britt) who will probably push for the starting right tackle job, but Scott could be a surprise contender for that spot as well. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 6, Pick 200, Kansas City Chiefs select Laurent Duvernay-Tardif, OT, McGill. Grade: B+ Analysis: Duvernay-Tardif is a technically-raw, mean-spirited lineman who utilizes length and powerful hands to control opponents, and is a great value here for the Chiefs who could move him inside and see him contend for a starting role relatively quickly. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 6, Pick 201, San Diego Chargers select Marion Grice, RB, Arizona State. Grade: C+ Analysis: Grice is a well-rounded 'back who offers good vision and cutback ability, and provides a reliable target out of the backfield in the passing game. Not an explosive athlete, but consistent. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 6, Pick 202, New Orleans Saints select Tavon Rooks, OT, Kansas State. Grade: B- Analysis: A JUCO transfer, Rooks was a two-year starter at right tackle for KSU with smooth athleticism and the movement skills to be a development option. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 6, Pick 203, Indianapolis Colts select Andrew Jackson, ILB, Western Kentucky. Grade: C Analysis: Jackson is a fierce, downhill attacker who is strong at the point of attack and could be a nice run-stuffer down the road for the Colts. Some character concerns, and limited in space. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 6, Pick 204, Carolina Panthers select Tyler Gaffney, RB, Stanford. Grade: B+ Analysis: Gaffney is a hard-running, physical 'back who may lack elite athleticism, but extends plays with his size and toughness. Good value here in the sixth, as some had him rated as high as a fourth rounder. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 6, Pick 205, Jacksonville Jaguars select Luke Bowanko, C, Virginia. Grade: C Analysis: Versatile interior lineman with experience at all three spots, to go with good length and smarts to compete for a spot a center with the Jags. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 6, Pick 206, New England Patriots select Jemea Thomas, CB, Georgia Tech. Grade: B+ Analysis: Thomas is a versatile competitor with experience at safety, corner and nickel, and who plays much bigger than his size. There will be durability concerns when considering his violet style, but a good value here for the Patriots who have a few options with where they can put him. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 6, Pick 207, Denver Broncos select Matt Paradis, C, Boise State. Grade: B- Analysis: Paradis is a gritty, hard-working converted D-lineman who displays good awareness, and improving technique. A fiery competitor and former walk-on at Boise State. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 6, Pick 208, Seattle Seahawks select Eric Pinkins, SS, San Diego State. Grade: B Analysis: Pinkins is an impressive straight-line athlete with huge size for the position and who is well-suited playing up in the box, closing on plays in front of him. He's a bit stiff when asked to change direction, and has room to grow in terms of recognition, but he should be a good fit in Seattle where Kam Chancellor - a similar athlete - has succeeded despite many of the same criticisms when he came out of Virginia Tech. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 6, Pick 209, New York Jets select Quincy Enunwa, WR, Nebraska. Grade: B- Analysis: Enunwa lacks refinement as a route-runner, but he possesses strong hands, and can extend plays after the catch with his toughness. Size and physicality are his key traits. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 6, Pick 210, New York Jets select IK Enemkpali, DE, Louisiana Tech. Grade: B Analysis: Strong, powerful rusher with rawness to his game, but possesses natural strength and a high motor that could allow a team to develop him into a regular, over time. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 6, Pick 211, Houston Texans select Jay Prosch, FB, Auburn. Grade: B Analysis: Prosch is a powerful, smart and technically sound lead blocker who gives you little as a rusher himself, but is a nice pass-catcher out of the backfield, and is a dependable pass-protector. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 6, Pick 212, Cincinnati Bengals select Marquis Flowers, OLB, Arizona. Grade: C+ Analysis: Flowers possesses blazing speed, and rare athleticism, but is extremely raw instinctively and technically. A project who can contribute right away on special teams. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 6, Pick 213, New York Jets select Tajh Boyd, QB, Clemson. Grade: A- Analysis: Boyd's strong arm, leadership quality and experience as a winner make him an intriguing selection here despite his inconsistencies with accuracy and size limitations. The tools are there for him to stick with a team by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 6, Pick 214, St. Louis Rams select Garrett Gilbert, QB, Southern Methodist. Grade: C+ Analysis: Gilbert is a smart QB with nice touch on intermediate routes and ideal size for the position. However, he doesn't have the arm strength that you'd like to see out of a guy his size, and struggles with consistency. Has some developmental upside. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 6, Pick 215, Pittsburgh Steelers select Daniel McCullers, DT, Tennessee. Grade: B+ Analysis: McCullers is a massive human who hasn't fully realized what he's physically capable of. He flashes devastating potential at times, but for the most part is still very inconsistent coming off the ball, and maintaining good, low technique. A lot of potential here for the Steelers to tap into. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 7, Pick 216, Houston Texans select Andre Hal, CB, Vanderbilt. Grade: B- Analysis: Hal's size is problematic when projecting him to the outside, but his tenacious style of play should make him competitive in the slot for the Texans. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 7, Pick 217, Washington Redskins select Ted Bolser, TE, Indiana. Grade: C Analysis: Bolser has nice size and pass-catching ability within 5-10 yards, but he's inconsistent as a blocker, and lacks the athleticism to be a field stretcher. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 7, Pick 218, Baltimore Ravens select Michael Campanaro, WR, Wake Forest. Grade: B+ Analysis: The Ravens move back into the draft here to get the elusive, quick Campanaro who should remind some of Danny Amendola with his ability to stop and start with suddenness and find space underneath. A great value in the seventh round. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 7, Pick 219, Oakland Raiders select Travis Carrie, CB, Ohio. Grade: C+ Analysis: Limited in terms of range and fluidity, but plays with good recognition and awareness, and provides solid run support. Immediate special teams contender. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 7, Pick 220, Minnesota Vikings select Shamar Stephen, DT, Connecticut. Grade: B Analysis: Stephen is a good athlete for his size, who can anchor and plug the run, and has some untapped upside as a rusher, considering his natural quickness. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 7, Pick 221, Buffalo Bills select Randell Johnson, OLB, Florida Atlantic. Grade: B- Analysis: Johnson possesses rare length and intriguing athleticism, though he's raw and needs seasoning before he's ready to step in and contribute regularly on defense. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 7, Pick 222, Jacksonville Jaguars select Storm Johnson, RB, UCF. Grade: B Analysis: Johnson looks the part of a classic short-yardage back whose power could be utilized in a complementary role in the Jacksonville offense. A great option out of the backfield in the passing game as well. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 7, Pick 223, Minnesota Vikings select Brandon Watts, OLB, Georgia Tech. Grade: B+ Analysis: Physically, Watts brings rare speed and arm length considering his position and size, and although raw, could project as a nice developmental piece with strong special teams contribution. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 7, Pick 224, Philadelphia Eagles select Beau Allen, DT, Wisconsin. Grade: C Analysis: Allen has the makings of a guy who could become an anchoring lane plugger against the run, but he needs to put his lower half to better use, and continue to develop technically. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 7, Pick 225, Minnesota Vikings select Jabari Price, CB, North Carolina. Grade: C Analysis: Price is an aggressive corner but lacks stand-out quality in any one area. Will have to make it on special teams. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 7, Pick 226, St. Louis Rams select Mitchell Van Dyk, OT, Portland State. Grade: C Analysis: Van Dyk is a mountain of a man at 6'9, and was a three-year starter at Portland State. A bit stiff in space, and may be best suited on the right side considering his spacial limitations. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 7, Pick 227, Seattle Seahawks select Kiero Small, FB, Arkansas. Grade: B- Analysis: Small has had durability issues in the past, but when healthy, has been a tough, stout blocker out of the backfield, and offers short-yardage capability as a runner, with nice ability as a pass-catcher. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 7, Pick 228, Washington Redskins select Zach Hocker, K, Arkansas. Grade: C+ Analysis: Hocker has a strong, accurate leg, converting 13 of 15 on field goals as a Senior, with a long of 54 yards, and converted 28 of 28 extra points. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 7, Pick 229, Detroit Lions select Nate Freese, K, Boston College. Grade: B- Analysis: Freese converted all 20 of his field goal attempts in 2013, including 6/6 on attempts over 40 yards. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 7, Pick 230, Pittsburgh Steelers select Rob Blanchflower, TE, Massachusetts. Grade: B Analysis: Blanchenflower is a tough, solid in-line blocker in both facets of the offense, and offers some short-range pass-catching ability. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 7, Pick 231, Dallas Cowboys select Ben Gardner, DE, Stanford. Grade: B+ Analysis: Gardner is a bit of a tweener who has battled some injuries, but exhibits toughness and grit, and could earn a roster spot with his ability to shed blocks and wrap up in the trenches. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 7, Pick 232, Indianapolis Colts select Ulrick John, OT, Georgia State. Grade: B Analysis: Needs to get into a NFL strength and conditioning program, but has the athletic tools that make you believe there's something there long-term. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 7, Pick 233, New York Jets select Trevor Reilly, DE, Utah. Grade: A Analysis: Reilly is a bit old for a rookie (will be 26), but posseses impressive rush skills off the edge and good instincts. Injuries have slowed him in the past, but he has the natural ability to end up a real steal here for the Jets in the seventh. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 7, Pick 234, Miami Dolphins select Terrence Fede, DE, Marist. Grade: B Analysis: Fede is a small-school D-lineman with some talent as a rusher, who should compete for a back end role for the Dolphins. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 7, Pick 235, Oakland Raiders select Shelby Harris, DE, Illinois State. Grade: B Analysis: A Wisconsin transfer, Harris was an undersized DT in college and projects as a versatile DE-DT for Oakland. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 7, Pick 236, Green Bay Packers select Jeff Janis, WR, Saginaw Valley. Grade: B+ Analysis: Janis is a big, physical receiver but still raw as a route runner, and needs to get better at securing the ball with his hands. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 7, Pick 237, Buffalo Bills select Seantrel Henderson, OT, Miami (Fla.). Grade: B- Analysis: Henderson is as talented as they come, but many questions have been raised surrounding his drive and commitment to the game. The upside here is tremendous, but Henderson will have to prove he wants it. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 7, Pick 238, Dallas Cowboys select Will Smith, OLB, Texas Tech. Grade: B+ Analysis: Although he plays out of control and needs to get stronger, he is always around the football with his range and instincts and should stand out on special teams. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 7, Pick 239, Cincinnati Bengals select James Wright, WR, LSU. Grade: C+ Analysis: Big-bodied receiver who hauled in 18 passes for the Tigers in 2013. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 7, Pick 240, San Diego Chargers select Tevin Reese, WR, Baylor. Grade: C+ Analysis: Fluid athlete with soft hands and sneaky speed. Struggles against press and his best shot at the next level will be from the slot. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 7, Pick 241, St. Louis Rams select Christian Bryant, FS, Ohio State. Grade: B- Analysis: Bryant was a team captain and 3-year starter at safety for the Buckeyes, amassing 171 career tackles with two interceptions. Smart, under-the-radar player who could win a spot on special teams. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 7, Pick 242, Denver Broncos select Corey Nelson, OLB, Oklahoma. Grade: B- Analysis: Athletic linebacker whose season was cut short by a torn pectoral, after racking up 27 tackles and an interception return for a touchdown. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 7, Pick 243, San Francisco 49ers select Kaleb Ramsey, DT, Boston College. Grade: B Analysis: Injury concerns have limited Ramsey's draft stock, but his versatility and intriguing athleticism make him a potential sleeper here for the 'Niners. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 7, Pick 244, New England Patriots select Jeremy Gallon, WR, Michigan. Grade: C+ Analysis: Gallon is a sure-handed, short-area-quick slot receiver who lacks toughness and speed, but has a knack for finding space underneath. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 7, Pick 245, San Francisco 49ers select Trey Millard, FB, Oklahoma. Grade: B+ Analysis: Millard is a good athlete and versatile backfield contributor who can block or carry, but an October ACL tear slowed his progress and ultimately hampers his draft grade here. If he can recover, he could be a nice depth piece for San Francisco's power rush attack. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 7, Pick 246, Chicago Bears select Charles Leno, OG, Boise State. Grade: C+ Analysis: Leno Jr. has prototypical length and natural athletic ability to play tackle in the NFL, but is extremely raw and needs quite a bit of coaching up. Could be a nice developmental piece to stash on the practice squad, with upside to compete for significant playing time down the road. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 7, Pick 247, Oakland Raiders select Jonathan Dowling, FS, Western Kentucky. Grade: B+ Analysis: Dowling is a long, fluid athlete with impressive movement skills and a chippy demeanor. He's technically raw still and will get overpowered by bigger blockers. A good value in round seven, with upside to be a rotational piece relatively soon, particularly if he can add some bulk. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 7, Pick 248, Dallas Cowboys select Ahmad Dixon, SS, Baylor. Grade: C+ Analysis: Dixon is an explosive downhill athlete who lives for the big hit. He plays out of control though and lacks top-notch instincts. Needs to improve in coverage, and has been the subject of some character concerns after allegedly assaulting a fan last year. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 7, Pick 249, St. Louis Rams select Michael Sam, DE, Missouri. Grade: B Analysis: Sam exhibits strong burst off the snap but lacks flexibility and athleticism to consistently turn the corner as an edge rusher, and will get overpowered on contact. A hard worker who could earn a roster spot on effort and intelligence. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 7, Pick 250, St. Louis Rams select Demetrius Rhaney, C, Tennessee State. Grade: B- Analysis: Rhaney's strong anchor and impressive athleticism make him an intriguing pick and possible huge value here for the Rams, despite still being raw technically. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 7, Pick 251, Dallas Cowboys select Ken Bishop, DT, Northern Illinois. Grade: C+ Analysis: Naturally powerful athlete with a strong anchor, who lacks initial burst to be a factor as a pass-rusher, but could contribute against the run in a rotation. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 7, Pick 252, Cincinnati Bengals select Lavelle Westbrooks, CB, Georgia Southern. Grade: C+ Analysis: Westbrooks is a developmental project at corner who possesses impressive arm length for his size, but will be limited by a lack of explosiveness. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 7, Pick 253, Atlanta Falcons select Yawin Smallwood, ILB, Connecticut. Grade: B Analysis: Smallwood possesses some natural talent and explosiveness, but is too often in the wrong place at the wrong time. Has the upside to develop into a starting-caliber linebacker at the NFL level if he can put the pieces together. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 7, Pick 254, Dallas Cowboys select Terrance Mitchell, CB, Oregon. Grade: C Analysis: Decent-sized corner who showed consistent improvement over the course of his college career, but has limited movement skills and will struggle when asked to bump and run on the outside. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 7, Pick 255, Atlanta Falcons select Tyler Starr, OLB, South Dakota. Grade: B Analysis: Starr is an intriguing athlete with upside as a rush end, but lacks strength at the point of attack, and a limited array of moves to get to the quarterback. With some coaching, could catch on as a rotational 'end or OLB over time by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
  • Round 7, Pick 256, Houston Texans select Lonnie Ballentine, FS, Memphis. Grade: B- Analysis: Ballentine is an unrefined safety with impressive physical tools and size, who struggles to play the ball and needs technical development. Could be a special teams beast considering his length and closing speed. by Derek Stephens, The Sports Xchange/CBSSports.com
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