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2015 NFL DRAFT
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  • Round 1, Pick 1, Kansas City Chiefs select Eric Fisher, OT, Central Michigan. Grade: B Analysis: They get the best left tackle in this draft and fill a position of need for the next decade. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 1, Pick 2, Jacksonville Jaguars select Luke Joeckel, OT, Texas A&M. Grade: B Analysis: They have Eugene Monroe on one side and now get another top tackle for the right side. Tackle is now a strong area of their team. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 1, Pick 3, Miami Dolphins select Dion Jordan, OLB, Oregon. Grade: C Analysis: I don't like the move up to get Jordan. He is a solid player, not a great player. That would concern me. This is a panic move. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 1, Pick 4, Philadelphia Eagles select Lane Johnson, OT, Oklahoma. Grade: B- Analysis: They have so many other issues, but he's a good athlete who will be better in the NFL. I like the pick. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 1, Pick 5, Detroit Lions select Ezekiel Ansah, DE, Brigham Young. Grade: A+ Analysis: My favorite pick of the draft. I love Ansah. He is this year's Jason Pierre-Paul. The Lions nailed it. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 1, Pick 6, Cleveland Browns select Barkevious Mingo, OLB, LSU. Grade: C- Analysis: Mingo has raw ability, but I just didn't see enough from him last season. I wanted more. And do the Browns have a need there? by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 1, Pick 7, Arizona Cardinals select Jonathan Cooper, OG, North Carolina. Grade: B Analysis: I don't like drafting guards high in the first round, but Cooper fills a need. And he is athletic and can move. He will be a heck of a guard. But it's high for a guard. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 1, Pick 8, St. Louis Rams select Tavon Austin, WR, West Virginia. Grade: B Analysis: Austin is one of my favorite players in this draft. I love this kid. It's a league of big plays, and he will provide plenty of them. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 1, Pick 9, New York Jets select Dee Milliner, CB, Alabama. Grade: D+ Analysis: The Jets had bigger needs, even with the trade of Darrelle Revis. I guess Kyle Wilson is just a nickel corner. Don't like it. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 1, Pick 10, Tennessee Titans select Chance Warmack, OG, Alabama. Grade: C- Analysis: I don't like this pick. He's a good player, but they had so many other needs. He will be good for Chris Johnson, but worth this spot? by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 1, Pick 11, San Diego Chargers select D.J. Fluker, OT, Alabama. Grade: B Analysis: The Chargers had to land a tackle, and this makes a lot of sense. I like Fluker. I think he can go to the left side if need be. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 1, Pick 12, Oakland Raiders select D.J. Hayden, CB, Houston. Grade: A- Analysis: They trade back and land a premier cover corner. I love this move. They add picks and add a top corner. Nice job, Oakland. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 1, Pick 13, New York Jets select Sheldon Richardson, DT, Missouri. Grade: C Analysis: Richardson is a heck of a player, but does he fill the need? I love the player, but not for this team. Weird. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 1, Pick 14, Carolina Panthers select Star Lotulelei, DT, Utah. Grade: A- Analysis: The Panthers hit this one by having Lotulelei fall to them. He fills a major need. I like it. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 1, Pick 15, New Orleans Saints select Kenny Vaccaro, FS, Texas. Grade: B Analysis: This is a need pick. They had to improve the range on the back end. Vaccaro had a heck of a coverage game against Tavon Austin. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 1, Pick 16, Buffalo Bills select E.J. Manuel, QB, Florida State. Grade: F Analysis: What the heck are the Bills thinking? Did they watch this kid? He isn't Cam Newton. This is a horrible move. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 1, Pick 17, Pittsburgh Steelers select Jarvis Jones, OLB, Georgia. Grade: B+ Analysis: The Steelers pick productive defensive players and they did it again. Jones is a good pass rusher and will fill James Harrison's spot. Nice move. Kevin Colbert gets it. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 1, Pick 18, San Francisco 49ers select Eric Reid, FS, LSU. Grade: B Analysis: I like Reid to step in and start right away. This move up is aggressive by a team that could afford it. Solid job. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 1, Pick 19, New York Giants select Justin Pugh, OT, Syracuse. Grade: C Analysis: I don't like this pick by the Giants. I see him more as a guard, and they need a tackle. Jerry Reese is damn good, but this is strange. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 1, Pick 20, Chicago Bears select Kyle Long, OG, Oregon. Grade: C+ Analysis: Long is a good player, but is he a guard or tackle? I think he slides inside to guard. He is a nasty player. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 1, Pick 21, Cincinnati Bengals select Tyler Eifert, TE, Notre Dame. Grade: C Analysis: This pick says enough about Jermaine Gresham as much as anything. Eifert is a much better receiver than Gresham. But what about safety? by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 1, Pick 22, Atlanta Falcons select Desmond Trufant, CB, Washington. Grade: B Analysis: Give the Falcons a lot of credit. They wanted Trufant and went out and landed him. They are close and they needed a corner. It works. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 1, Pick 23, Minnesota Vikings select Sharrif Floyd, DT, Florida. Grade: A Analysis: I love this move by the Vikings. They needed help inside and they land a player who could have been a top-10 player. It makes sense. Nice job. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 1, Pick 24, Indianapolis Colts select Bjoern Werner, DE, Florida State. Grade: B Analysis: Werner is a solid player, but what does this say about the signing of Erik Walden? Then again, you can never have enough pass rushers. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 1, Pick 25, Minnesota Vikings select Xavier Rhodes, CB, Florida State. Grade: A Analysis: I love the pick of Rhodes. He fills an immediate need and can really cover. I love that move. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 1, Pick 26, Green Bay Packers select Datone Jones, DE, UCLA. Grade: B+ Analysis: Ted Thompson always seems to pick good football players. Datone Jones owned the Senior Bowl week. He is a perfect pick for the Packers. He will be a 3-4 end. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 1, Pick 27, Houston Texans select DeAndre Hopkins, WR, Clemson. Grade: B Analysis: Hopkins fills a major need. He isn't fast, but he plays fast. A solid pick. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 1, Pick 28, Denver Broncos select Sylvester Williams, DT, North Carolina. Grade: B Analysis: The pick of Sylvester Williams fills a huge need. He was a power player inside for UNC. I like this move by the Broncos. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 1, Pick 29, Minnesota Vikings select Cordarrelle Patterson, WR, Tennessee. Grade: B- Analysis: Three picks to draft Patterson is way too much. I like Patterson as a player, but three picks? Wow. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 1, Pick 30, St. Louis Rams select Alec Ogletree, OLB, Georgia. Grade: B- Analysis: Ogletree has some off-the-field issues, but that doesn't bother the Rams. He had some down games, but he is athletic. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 1, Pick 31, Dallas Cowboys select Travis Frederick, C, Wisconsin. Grade: B Analysis: I really like this Frederick pick. They have major issues inside and he can play center or guard. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 1, Pick 32, Baltimore Ravens select Matt Elam, SS, Florida. Grade: B+ Analysis: The Ravens know how to pick good football players. Elam will take over for Ed Reed -- and be better next year. Watch. by ,
  • Round 2, Pick 33, Jacksonville Jaguars select Johnathan Cyprien, SS, Florida International. Grade: A Analysis: This fills a huge need. They had to find a starter at safety. He has range and can tackle. Nice hit. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 2, Pick 34, Tennessee Titans select Justin Hunter, WR, Tennessee. Grade: B Analysis: They had to get a receiver outside to help Jake Locker. This kid had first-round ability. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 2, Pick 35, Philadelphia Eagles select Zach Ertz, TE, Stanford. Grade: B+ Analysis: I love the pick to find another tight end to go with Brent Celek. Ertz is a nice receiving tight end. But was it a need? by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 2, Pick 36, Detroit Lions select Darius Slay, CB, Mississippi State. Grade: B- Analysis: He can run and fills a huge need for the Lions. They play in a division with a lot of good passers, so they have to cover better. Some injury concerns. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 2, Pick 37, Cincinnati Bengals select Giovani Bernard, RB, North Carolina. Grade: A- Analysis: I love this for the Bengals. They get an air back, which they need. This is a good pick. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 2, Pick 38, San Diego Chargers select Manti Te'o, ILB, Notre Dame. Grade: C- Analysis: I just think taking a two-down linebacker in the second round is too expensive. That's what he is. I don't like it. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 2, Pick 39, New York Jets select Geno Smith, QB, West Virginia. Grade: B- Analysis: Geno Smith in this spot is nice value. It's about where he should have gone. How many quarterbacks do they have now? by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 2, Pick 40, San Francisco 49ers select Cornellius Carradine, DE, Florida State. Grade: A- Analysis: I love the pick of Carradine by the 49ers. They can afford to be patient with him. When he's ready to be a star -- and he will be -- take over for Justin Smith. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 2, Pick 41, Buffalo Bills select Robert Woods, WR, Southern California. Grade: B Analysis: The Bills need help in their passing game and Woods is a polished receiver who will complement Stevie Johnson. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 2, Pick 42, Oakland Raiders select Menelik Watson, OT, Florida State. Grade: A Analysis: Love this pick by the Raiders. They have a huge hole at right tackle and this kid will be a star. Nice job, Reggie McKenzie. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 2, Pick 43, Tampa Bay Buccaneers select Johnthan Banks, CB, Mississippi State. Grade: B Analysis: I like Banks to upgrade a secondary that now has improved greatly -- if Darrelle Revis is healthy. Banks is a longer corner, which teams love. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 2, Pick 44, Carolina Panthers select Kawann Short, DT, Purdue. Grade: B- Analysis: At times Short was dominant inside for Purdue. Some thought he'd be a first-round pick. Does get lazy at times. Solid second-round choice. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 2, Pick 45, Arizona Cardinals select Kevin Minter, ILB, LSU. Grade: B Analysis: He's a solid linebacker who fills a need. With Daryl Washington suspended for four games, it makes sense. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 2, Pick 46, Buffalo Bills select Kiko Alonso, ILB, Oregon. Grade: B Analysis: Watching Dion Jordan on tape, I kept moving my eyes to Alonso. He is a nice pickup for a team that needs linebackers. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 2, Pick 47, Dallas Cowboys select Gavin Escobar, TE, San Diego State. Grade: B- Analysis: He can get down the field in the passing game and he is the player who will take over when Jason Witten retires. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 2, Pick 48, Pittsburgh Steelers select Le'Veon Bell, RB, Michigan State. Grade: D Analysis: I don't like this pick at all. He is a Steelers type of player, but he takes too long to get to the line of scrimmage. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 2, Pick 49, New York Giants select Johnathan Hankins, DT, Ohio State. Grade: A- Analysis: I think Hankins has first-round talent. He's a productive player from a big program and fills a need. I like it. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 2, Pick 50, Chicago Bears select Jon Bostic, OLB, Florida. Grade: C Analysis: The Bears needed to get younger and faster at linebacker and this kid can run. But this is high. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 2, Pick 51, Washington Redskins select David Amerson, CB, North Carolina State. Grade: B Analysis: The Redskins need help in the secondary and this guy can play either corner or safety. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 2, Pick 52, New England Patriots select Jamie Collins, OLB, Southern Mississippi. Grade: A+ Analysis: Love this pick. The Patriots needed help off the edge and this kid is a freak. Great pick. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 2, Pick 53, Cincinnati Bengals select Margus Hunt, DE, Southern Methodist. Grade: B- Analysis: He is a project. But it's hard to argue with the Bengals drafting defensive linemen in recent years. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 2, Pick 54, Miami Dolphins select Jamar Taylor, CB, Boise State. Grade: B Analysis: Taylor is a heck of a corner. When you watched Boise, he was all over the field. I thought he was a first-round talent. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 2, Pick 55, San Francisco 49ers select Vance McDonald, TE, Rice. Grade: B Analysis: The 49ers needed another move tight end with Delanie Walker gone. McDonald will fill that role. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 2, Pick 56, Baltimore Ravens select Arthur Brown, OLB, Kansas State. Grade: A- Analysis: The Ravens get it. They know how to replace departed players with good football players. Brown is a heck of a player. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 2, Pick 57, Houston Texans select D.J. Swearinger, FS, South Carolina. Grade: B+ Analysis: They can't play Ed Reed forever. And Daniel Manning isn't a kid either. This makes sense. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 2, Pick 58, Denver Broncos select Montee Ball, RB, Wisconsin. Grade: C Analysis: I know Denver needs a back, but there were better options. Don't like it much. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 2, Pick 59, New England Patriots select Aaron Dobson, WR, Marshall. Grade: C Analysis: He is a bigger receiver and they need help there, but I think there were better options. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 2, Pick 60, Atlanta Falcons select Robert Alford, CB, Southeastern Louisiana. Grade: B- Analysis: This is a little high for him, but he does fill a need. He has good man-cover skills. The Falcons are focused on corner. by ,
  • Round 2, Pick 61, Green Bay Packers select Eddie Lacy, RB, Alabama. Grade: C Analysis: He just takes too long to get to the line of scrimmage for me. But I guess there is some value here. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 2, Pick 62, Seattle Seahawks select Christine Michael, RB, Texas A&M. Grade: B+ Analysis: I love this pick. Yes, he has some off-field issues, but he is a heck of a runner. Does it fill a need? No. But I like it. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 3, Pick 63, Kansas City Chiefs select Travis Kelce, TE, Cincinnati. Grade: A Analysis: He might be the best tight end in this class. He had some off-field issues, but this kid is Jason Witten, Part II. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 3, Pick 64, Jacksonville Jaguars select Dwayne Gratz, CB, Connecticut. Grade: B Analysis: They needed help at corner and this kid fills the need. He is a solid cover player. He will compete to start right away. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 3, Pick 65, Detroit Lions select Larry Warford, OG, Kentucky. Grade: B Analysis: He is a road grader guard who will be an immediate starter. He faced a lot of top competition and handled himself well. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 3, Pick 66, Oakland Raiders select Sio Moore, OLB, Connecticut. Grade: B Analysis: He's an athletic linebacker who can rush and chase down backs. The Raiders get another productive player. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 3, Pick 67, Philadelphia Eagles select Bennie Logan, DT, LSU. Grade: A Analysis: This is one of the biggest steals of the draft. Logan is a productive player who will be better on the next level. Love this pick. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 3, Pick 68, Cleveland Browns select Leon McFadden, CB, San Diego State. Grade: B- Analysis: He is a nice cover corner, but he's small. That's a concern. I might have taken Jordan Poyer here. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 3, Pick 69, Arizona Cardinals select Tyrann Mathieu, CB, LSU. Grade: B- Analysis: He is a good player, if he can stay out of trouble. But he has Patrick Peterson to keep him in line. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 3, Pick 70, Tennessee Titans select Blidi Wreh-Wilson, CB, Connecticut. Grade: B Analysis: He fills a need to help upgrade the corner spot in a division that features Andrew Luck. He will be the nickel corner. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 3, Pick 71, St. Louis Rams select T.J. McDonald, FS, Southern California. Grade: D+ Analysis: He is stiff and reminds me more of an old-time safety. He doesn't have range. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 3, Pick 72, New York Jets select Brian Winters, OG, Kent State. Grade: B- Analysis: I like drafting college tackles to move inside and play guard. He is a tough guy. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 3, Pick 73, Tampa Bay Buccaneers select Mike Glennon, QB, North Carolina State. Grade: B Analysis: This speaks about Josh Freeman as much as anything. Glennon has a big arm, but he is a statue in the pocket. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 3, Pick 74, Dallas Cowboys select Terrance Williams, WR, Baylor. Grade: A- Analysis: This kid has first-round potential. For a team that has two good receivers, this is a heck of pick. One of my favorites. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 3, Pick 75, New Orleans Saints select Terron Armstead, OT, Arkansas-Pine Bluff. Grade: A- Analysis: He is from a small school but he is a big, nasty player who fills a need. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 3, Pick 76, San Diego Chargers select Keenan Allen, WR, California. Grade: B- Analysis: He is a nice, polished receiver who comes in the third round when some had him in the first. The injury concerns are there, however. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 3, Pick 77, Miami Dolphins select Dallas Thomas, OT, Tennessee. Grade: B- Analysis: This is a need for the Dolphins. Now they can keep Jonathan Martin on the right side. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 3, Pick 78, Buffalo Bills select Marquise Goodwin, WR, Texas. Grade: A Analysis: This is great speed value for the Bills. I love this move. He can fly. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 3, Pick 79, Pittsburgh Steelers select Markus Wheaton, WR, Oregon State. Grade: B Analysis: Some coaches raved about this kid being one of the best receivers in the draft. He is a class third-round WR pick by Pittsburgh. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 3, Pick 80, Dallas Cowboys select J.J. Wilcox, SS, Georgia Southern. Grade: B Analysis: The Cowboys have a big hole at safety and this is a kid who has been rising lately. He is a big, tough safety. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 3, Pick 81, New York Giants select Damontre Moore, DE, Texas A&M. Grade: B Analysis: The Giants know how to find defensive ends. It's hard to knock them when they take them. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 3, Pick 82, New Orleans Saints select Johnathan Jenkins, DT, Georgia. Grade: C Analysis: The concern with Jenkins is his weight. If he can control it, he is a good player in the middle of their defense. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 3, Pick 83, New England Patriots select Logan Ryan, CB, Rutgers. Grade: B+ Analysis: There were some scouts who thought he might have a chance to go into the first round. This is a need pick. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 3, Pick 84, Cincinnati Bengals select Shawn Williams, SS, Georgia. Grade: B+ Analysis: He is a rangy safety who will address a position of need in the back end. I like that. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 3, Pick 85, Washington Redskins select Jordan Reed, TE, Florida. Grade: B+ Analysis: He is a pass-catching tight end whom the Redskins will love. Fred Davis is coming off a season-ending injury, so it makes sense. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 3, Pick 86, Indianapolis Colts select Hugh Thornton, OG, Illinois. Grade: C+ Analysis: He is a tough-guy guard that goes to a team in need of it. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 3, Pick 87, Seattle Seahawks select Jordan Hill, DT, Penn State. Grade: B+ Analysis: This is a vintage Seahawks pick. They get it. This is a productive inside player on a team that faced a lot of adversity. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 3, Pick 88, San Francisco 49ers select Corey Lemonier, DE, Auburn. Grade: A Analysis: This is another 49ers steal. He is a little light to play defensive end, but he can step in and play outside 3-4 rush linebacker. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 3, Pick 89, Houston Texans select Brennan Williams, OT, North Carolina. Grade: B Analysis: He is an athletic tackle who will push for time at right tackle -- a position of need -- for the Texans. by ,
  • Round 3, Pick 90, Denver Broncos select Kayvon Webster, CB, South Florida. Grade: C Analysis: Corner is an issue in terms of age. He's a solid player, but this was a little high. They hit on Chris Harris as an undrafted though, so who knows? by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 3, Pick 91, New England Patriots select Duron Harmon, SS, Rutgers. Grade: D Analysis: Is the reach here for the Patriots? They've done it before. It looks like it. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 3, Pick 92, St. Louis Rams select Stedman Bailey, WR, West Virginia. Grade: A- Analysis: They got Austin and now Bailey. Nice job by the Rams. This kid is polished. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 3, Pick 93, Miami Dolphins select Will Davis, CB, Utah State. Grade: B- Analysis: It's a need pick, and he has some cover skills, but he needs to get stronger. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 3, Pick 94, Baltimore Ravens select Brandon Williams, DT, Missouri Southern State. Grade: B- Analysis: He's a big, wide body from a small school who showed well in the postseason. Terrence Cody has been a disappointment, so to makes sense. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 3, Pick 95, Houston Texans select Sam Montgomery, DE, LSU. Grade: B- Analysis: If he can stay on the field, this is a steal. A lot of teams had concerns about his character. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 3, Pick 96, Kansas City Chiefs select Knile Davis, RB, Arkansas. Grade: B- Analysis: He has injuries that have slowed him and that are a concern. If on the field, he has speed. And we know Andy Reid likes to throw to his backs. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 3, Pick 97, Tennessee Titans select Zaviar Gooden, OLB, Missouri. Grade: B- Analysis: The Titans love linebackers who can run, and they get another one with the last pick of the third round. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 4, Pick 98, Philadelphia Eagles select Matt Barkley, QB, Southern California. Grade: B Analysis: A smart and accurate QB who throws well on the move but needs work on his technique and consistency to keep hitting his targets. The fit for a classic Chip Kelly offense is up for debate. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 4, Pick 99, Kansas City Chiefs select Nico Johnson, ILB, Alabama. Grade: C+ Analysis: A physical tackler who can fight through trash to get the ball, but lacks range from sideline to sideline and coverage ability. He can compete in a thin Chiefs LB corps, but there may have been more complete players on the board. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 4, Pick 100, Tampa Bay Buccaneers select Akeem Spence, DT, Illinois. Grade: B Analysis: A strong, physical DT who can hold the point of attack, but lacks explosion and has trouble getting off blocks when engaged. Solid depth for Tampa to help cope with the loss of Roy Miller. by Pete Prisco, Senior NFL Columnist
  • Round 4, Pick 101, Jacksonville Jaguars select Ace Sanders, WR, Missouri. Grade: B- Analysis: Fluid route-runner who gets out his cuts well and shows good hands. Lacks size and explosion, but also brings plus KR/PR ability. Jacksonville can use the depth. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 4, Pick 102, New England Patriots select Josh Boyce, WR, TCU. Grade: B+ Analysis: Thickly built, productive wideout who is great off the line of scrimmage and can win contested balls despite ideal height. Looks like a slot candidate in New England, but has the ability to win outside as well. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 4, Pick 103, Arizona Cardinals select Alex Okafor, DE, Texas. Grade: A- Analysis: Productive and high-character player with good get-off and ability to beat tackles around the edge or across their face. Profiled as more of a 4-3 DE but stood up at times at Texas and instantly becomes Arizona's most talented edge rusher. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 4, Pick 104, Miami Dolphins select Jelani Jenkins, ILB, Florida. Grade: B- Analysis: An athletic, blitzing linebacker who shows solid ability to stay with backs and TEs in coverage. Could see early time in Miami's nickel as LBs Misi and Ellerbe have their problems in coverage. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 4, Pick 105, Buffalo Bills select Duke Williams, SS, Nevada. Grade: B+ Analysis: Big hitter with sprinter's speed who also shows some fluidity in coverage, but has size and off-field concerns. He has plenty of upside, though, and could develop into a solid partner for stud FS Jarius Byrd. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 4, Pick 106, Miami Dolphins select Dion Sims, TE, Michigan State. Grade: B+ Analysis: A massive player who has surprising speed for his size. Needs polish as a receiver and blocker but could be a plus two-way player in time. Walks in as the best blocker in South Beach to team with the comical blocking of Dustin Keller. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 4, Pick 107, Tennessee Titans select Brian Schwenke, C, California. Grade: B Analysis: Quick, heady guy who plays with solid leverage but lacks the frame you'd like. Fernando Velasco could potentially slide to G if Schwenke pans out to complete the renovation of the Titans' interior. Much better value in the 4th than Travis Frederick in the 1st. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 4, Pick 108, Carolina Panthers select Edmund Kugbila, OG, Valdosta State. Grade: D Analysis: Versatile guy who lined up at T and G for Valdosta, but who is probably looking up at six or more guards still on the board. The Panthers' G situation is iffy at best, but it's hard to see how quickly Kugbila can help Cam Newton & Co. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 4, Pick 109, Green Bay Packers select David Bakhtiari, OT, Colorado. Grade: C- Analysis: Aggressive, attitude-first blocker who has a questionable build and has real troubles on an island. Green Bay?s OTs put Aaron Rodgers under siege last year, but it's hard to see Bakhtieri as a near-term upgrade. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 4, Pick 110, New York Giants select Ryan Nassib, QB, Syracuse. Grade: B+ Analysis: Accurate, quick-release QB who may be the best in the draft at producing under pressure. The timing is right to think about a successor for Eli Manning, and he could also be flipped for picks in the future. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 4, Pick 111, Pittsburgh Steelers select Shamarko Thomas, SS, Syracuse. Grade: A Analysis: Violent hitter with tremendous speed with size questions but the versatility to drop down on slot WR's and drop the hammer on opposing runners. A badly needed injection of youth and speed in the back of Pittsburgh's secondary. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 4, Pick 112, Oakland Raiders select Tyler Wilson, QB, Arkansas. Grade: A Analysis: Good size and strength who can step up under pressure and hit guys in stride down the field. Struggled due to a loss of help and his head coach's motorcycle meltdown, but could easily contest for the Raider's starting job in 2014 -- or sooner. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 4, Pick 113, St. Louis Rams select Barrett Jones, C, Alabama. Grade: A- Analysis: Smart, versatile guy with good size, technique and ability to handle stunts, but limited as an overall athlete. Still profiles as a capable, above-average C who could succeed the aging Scott Wells or replace the incompetent Rokevious Watkins at G. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 4, Pick 114, Dallas Cowboys select B.W. Webb, CB, William & Mary. Grade: B+ Analysis: A skilled zone corner who needs polish in his man coverage work but who brings tremendous athleticism -- he graded out as the draft's best athlete at CB. Great depth addition who could push Dallas' overpriced Orlando Scandrick in the slot. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 4, Pick 115, Pittsburgh Steelers select Landry Jones, QB, Oklahoma. Grade: C- Analysis: Plus arm with good zip and accuracy in the short/intermediate game, who looks great when everything is going right. Unfortunately, you start being a QB when things start going wrong, and then Jones' game falls off a table. Far from ideal for the 'protection' that Pittsburgh's OL tends to bring to the table. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 4, Pick 116, Arizona Cardinals select Earl Watford, OG, James Madison. Grade: B Analysis: Athletic, mobile player who can anchor against the bull rush and stay with many interior rushers in pass pro. Level of competition questions, but has the athletic package to push the dubious Chilo Rachal at RG. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 4, Pick 117, Chicago Bears select Khaseem Greene, OLB, Rutgers. Grade: A- Analysis: Speedy 4-3 WLB who can do a great job in coverage over the middle and up the seam and throws some blitzing into the bargain. Can contribute quickly as a nickel LB and may have the deep coverage ability to succeed Brian Urlacher. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 4, Pick 118, Cincinnati Bengals select Sean Porter, OLB, Texas A&M. Grade: B+ Analysis: A quick-twitch pass rusher who can blitz and also flashes solid coverage ability. Not an ideal run LB, but from Manny Lawson to James Harrison, it's obvious Cincy values blitz ability highly in its strongside backers. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 4, Pick 119, Washington Redskins select Phillip Thomas, FS, Fresno State. Grade: B+ Analysis: A rangy S who flashes some Cover-2 potential as well as the ability to drop down on slot receivers. He'll need some polish but steps into a very unsettled safety corps in Washington. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 4, Pick 120, Minnesota Vikings select Gerald Hodges, OLB, Penn State. Grade: A Analysis: A speedy former safety with iffy size who can get downhill quickly on runners and works effectively in zone coverage. Could step in immediately if Erin Henderson kicks inside to MLB. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 4, Pick 121, Indianapolis Colts select Khaled Holmes, C, Southern California. Grade: B- Analysis: Solid and aggressive drive blocker who moves very well but can have trouble with bend and leverage. He'll fight A.Q. Shipley to (hopefully) replace the ineffective Samson Satele in the pivot. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 4, Pick 122, Green Bay Packers select JC Tretter, OG, Cornell. Grade: C+ Analysis: Athletic guy with pass pro potential, but will need polish and big-time strength gains. May be a better fit at G in the long run, but any pass protection will be welcomed in Green Bay. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 4, Pick 123, Seattle Seahawks select Chris Harper, WR, Kansas State. Grade: B+ Analysis: Physical receiver who can bat aside press coverage and compete well for the ball while flashing solid RAC ability. He profiles as a possession guy for Seattle who could possibly succeed Golden Tate. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 4, Pick 124, Houston Texans select Trevardo Williams, OLB, Connecticut. Grade: B Analysis: An undersized but productive pass rushing end who figures to join the OLB rotation and could even allow Brooks Reed to slide over to the interior spot next to Brian Cushing. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 4, Pick 125, Green Bay Packers select Johnathan Franklin, RB, UCLA. Grade: A- Analysis: After getting by with duct tape and bailing wire at the running back position for years, the Packers drop some serious resources by adding Franklin to their second-round selection of Eddie Lacy. Franklin may be the better overall back and is good guess to be the Pack's most productive 2013 runner. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 4, Pick 126, Tampa Bay Buccaneers select William Gholston, DE, Michigan State. Grade: B Analysis: Gholston's brother famously looked like Tarzan and played like Jane for the Jets. The hope is that William can at least play like Boy, or maybe Cheetah the chimp. He's got the size and physicality to step in for the departed Michael Bennett as a strongside end and interior rusher. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 4, Pick 127, Atlanta Falcons select Malliciah Goodman, DE, Clemson. Grade: B+ Analysis: The Falcons were rumored as trade-up candidates for a first-round DE, and they still have a strong need at the position. A powerful strongside end who can control blockers and flashes some bull rush, Goodman adds depth even if his ability to bring the heat can be questioned. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 4, Pick 128, San Francisco 49ers select Quinton Patton, WR, Louisiana Tech. Grade: A Analysis: A tremendously productive receiver with the quicks and acceleration to thrive in the slot. Outstanding value in the late 4th and can contribute immediately between Michael Crabtree and Anquan Boldin. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 4, Pick 129, Baltimore Ravens select John Simon, OLB, Ohio State. Grade: B Analysis: A hard-working pass rusher with some versatility as an edge run defender despite lacking ideal quickness. Could be the kind of versatile edge guy who fills a similar bill to the departed Paul Kruger. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 4, Pick 130, Baltimore Ravens select Kyle Juszczyk, FB, Harvard. Grade: A Analysis: A versatile TE/Fullback hybrid who can block on the edge or out of the backfield to help spring Ray Rice and Bernard Pierce for long gains. Gets an A just so he can have another badly needed vowel. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 4, Pick 131, San Francisco 49ers select Marcus Lattimore, RB, South Carolina. Grade: A- Analysis: San Francisco likes to redshirt their choices, and that's an ideal scenario for Marcus Lattimore as he recovers from his horrendous knee injury. A between-the-tackles hammer who could succeed Frank Gore while also picking up knee injury recovery tips in the process. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 4, Pick 132, Detroit Lions select Devin Taylor, DE, South Carolina. Grade: C+ Analysis: The departure of Cliff Avril and the mummification of Kyle Van den Bosch created some holes in the Lions' DE corps. Zeke Ansah fills one spot, and Taylor brings the frame and explosion to develop into a similarly freakish edge prospect if he can polish his pass rush technique. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 4, Pick 133, Atlanta Falcons select Levine Toilolo, TE, Stanford. Grade: B Analysis: Toilolo brings the vowels that the Ravens' Kyle Juszczyk lacks, and also brings the frame, leaping ability and acceleration to step in as a receiving threat after apprenticing under Tony Gonzalez. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 5, Pick 134, Kansas City Chiefs select Sanders Commings, CB, Georgia. Grade: B+ Analysis: A classic off-man corner prospect with the kind of size and fluidity that teams covet. He'll need to work on his quickness and technique, but has the potential to develop into an interesting player for a team whose top three are set at CB. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 5, Pick 135, Jacksonville Jaguars select Denard Robinson, WR, Michigan. Grade: A- Analysis: Quarterback never quite worked out for Shoelace, but he's an intriguing speed/quickness prospect with the potential to be a Percy Harvin-lite short passing threat from the slot or out of the backfield on third downs. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 5, Pick 136, Philadelphia Eagles select Earl Wolff, SS, North Carolina State. Grade: C+ Analysis: The Eagles rebuilt their safety corps with the signings of Kenny Phillips and Patrick Chung, but there's nothing but tumbleweeds behind them. Wolff is an aggressive and attacking strong safety who could develop into a decent coverage guy close to the LOS. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 5, Pick 137, Seattle Seahawks select Jesse Williams, DT, Alabama. Grade: A Analysis: After the loss of man-mountain Alan Branch from the interior of their DL, the Seahawks could use some additional depth. They get a run-stuffing terror in Aussie/Alabama product Jesse Williams. His knees are iffy for the long term, but he can start giving Seattle productive snaps from Day One. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 5, Pick 138, Seattle Seahawks select Tharold Simon, CB, LSU. Grade: C Analysis: Simon has great height, frame and shows the kind of hip turn to stay with receivers as they get downfield, but with questions on his feet and overall quickness. Some character concerns arose when he was arrested on Tharold Simon Day in his native Eunice, LA. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 5, Pick 139, Indianapolis Colts select Montori Hughes, DT, Tennessee-Martin. Grade: C+ Analysis: The Colts turned to some veteran plug-ins to stop the bleeding along their defensive front, but some more beef is definitely welcome. A wide-bodied 3-4 NT type who can hold his ground against blockers, Hughes can fight for time in the rotation if his work ethic and stamina are up to snuff. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 5, Pick 140, Arizona Cardinals select Stepfan Taylor, RB, Stanford. Grade: C Analysis: One of the better runners left on the board, Taylor won't wow anyone with his quickness but shows some forward lean and between-the-tackles hammer potential. He'll fit in well with a fairly pedestrian Cardinals backfield. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 5, Pick 141, New York Jets select Oday Aboushi, OT, Virginia. Grade: C+ Analysis: A developmental prospect, Aboushi has a good frame and can mix it up in the run game, but who will need to improve his quickness and pad level to survive against NFL edge rushers. He'll have time to develop behind the Jets' solid pair of tackles. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 5, Pick 142, Tennessee Titans select Lavar Edwards, DE, LSU. Grade: B+ Analysis: Things drop off fast after starters Kam Wimbley and Derrick Morgan on the edge of the Titans' DL. Edwards is the best DE left on the board, and has the length and arm use to profile as a solid strongside end prospect. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 5, Pick 143, Buffalo Bills select Jonathan Meeks, SS, Clemson. Grade: D Analysis: Buffalo throws another body at its safety depth problem, but Meeks doesn't bring the kind of speed, quickness and tackling consistency that you want to see from a starting NFL safety. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 5, Pick 144, New Orleans Saints select Kenny Stills, WR, Oklahoma. Grade: B+ Analysis: An explosive and productive wideout at OU, Stills struggles with physical coverage but does bring good acceleration and deep ball ability. He also brings a Mad Max-style Mohawk and character profile to the table, so there's that. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 5, Pick 145, San Diego Chargers select Steve Williams, CB, California. Grade: C- Analysis: There's a reasonable amount of desolation in the Chargers' cornerback corps. Williams is an undersized guy with some explosion, but who may be limited to the slot. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 5, Pick 146, Denver Broncos select Quanterus Smith, DE, Western Kentucky. Grade: A Analysis: An intriguing edge rushing prospect with good length, explosion and the kind of flexibility you like to get around the edge. He's coming off a torn ACL and needs to fill out, but he offers some real potential as a weakside rusher. A good bet to out-sack a lot of guys taken ahead of him over the course of his career. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 5, Pick 147, Tampa Bay Buccaneers select Steven Means, DE, Buffalo. Grade: D Analysis: As the Bucs continue to re-stock their DE corps, they get a premium free-agent selection in Steven Means. Unfortunately, they take him in the 5th. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 5, Pick 148, Carolina Panthers select A.J. Klein, ILB, Iowa State. Grade: C- Analysis: A productive player with a "poor man's Manti Te'o" skill set, Klein falls a bit short in both measurable skills and fake girlfriend shenanigans. He could be a Dan Connor-style plugger if Panthers' fans really miss that guy. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 5, Pick 149, St. Louis Rams select Brandon McGee, CB, Miami (Fla.). Grade: C Analysis: There's some young talent in St. Louis' cornerback corps, but Cortland Finnegan's physical style and Janoris Jenkins' knuckleheadness make depth a desirable thing. McGee has a solid size/speed combo despite struggling his senior season. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 5, Pick 150, Pittsburgh Steelers select Terry Hawthorne, CB, Illinois. Grade: B- Analysis: Hawthorne brings a physical brand of coverage and solid straight line speed. He adds some intrigue to a fairly depleted Pittsburgh CB corps. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 5, Pick 151, Dallas Cowboys select Joseph Randle, RB, Oklahoma State. Grade: B+ Analysis: A productive runner with some lateral quickness and speed to go along with solid pass protection skills, Randle has something of a similar style to Dallas' DeMarco Murray, and should provide a good cushion for the inevitable Murray injury. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 5, Pick 152, New York Giants select Cooper Taylor, SS, Richmond. Grade: D+ Analysis: Giants' end Jason-Pierre Paul has a tremendously impressive wingspan. Even JPP would have had trouble reaching as far as New York did for Taylor with some of the other safety prospects still on the board. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 5, Pick 153, Atlanta Falcons select Stansly Maponga, DE, TCU. Grade: B Analysis: An undersized but powerful player who flashes a strong punch and ability to work hard in the run game. More depth for a thin DE corps in the Dirty South. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 5, Pick 154, Washington Redskins select Chris Thompson, RB, Florida State. Grade: B Analysis: Skills are irrelevant for Mike Shanahan's late-round RB selections. If they tickle Skeletor's fickle fancy, they'll get plugged in and run for 1200+ yards as the latest zone-running phenom. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 5, Pick 155, Minnesota Vikings select Jeff Locke, P, UCLA. Grade: C Analysis: No one wants to punt, but sometimes you have to. As a first-team All Pac-12 selection, you have to believe that Locke sure can do him some punting. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 5, Pick 156, Cincinnati Bengals select Tanner Hawkinson, OT, Kansas. Grade: D Analysis: A versatile guy who was able to get beaten up at both tackle spots for the Jayhawks, Hawkinson may kick inside at the next level but may need a lot more strength to stick anywhere. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 5, Pick 157, San Francisco 49ers select Quinton Dial, DT, Alabama. Grade: B+ Analysis: A versatile guy who can line up at the nose or as a 5-tech DE, Dial can hold his ground in the run game and helps to account for the Niners' loss of Isaac Sopoaga and Ricky Jean-Francois. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 5, Pick 158, Seattle Seahawks select Luke Willson, TE, Rice. Grade: D+ Analysis: A steady presence in both Old School and the underappreciated Idiocracy, Willson ... whoops. Wait a minute. He's a TE from Rice who must be smart, but who hasn't shown up on anyone's draft lists except for, apparently, Seattle's. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 5, Pick 159, Green Bay Packers select Micah Hyde, CB, Iowa. Grade: C+ Analysis: Hyde is an interesting prospect who has flashed some off coverage skills as well as slot coverage, but may end up as a safety due to his lack of quick feet. The starters are set in Green Bay, so they can wait a bit to see what Hyde can turn into. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 5, Pick 160, St. Louis Rams select Zac Stacy, RB, Vanderbilt. Grade: B- Analysis: A solid athlete who was a tough, productive runner in college. When you're facing `Bama, Georgia and Florida behind a Vanderbilt OL, that's nothing to sneeze at. He'll join Darryl Richardson and Isaiah Pead in the Rams' backfield to compete for the carries left behind by Steven Jackson. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 5, Pick 161, Denver Broncos select Tavarres King, WR, Georgia. Grade: A- Analysis: A quick player with the kind of long speed to get past corners, King shows fluidity in his routes and makes plenty of plays on deep balls. He could develop into another field-stretching weapon alongside Demaryius Thomas. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 5, Pick 162, Washington Redskins select Brandon Jenkins, DE, Florida State. Grade: B+ Analysis: A feisty rusher who uses his arms well to hold off blockers, Jenkins profiled as a weakside 4-3 end but has the kind of stride around the edge to work as a 3-4 OLB. He'll add depth behind Brian Orakpo and Ryan Kerrigan. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 5, Pick 163, Chicago Bears select Jordan Mills, OT, Louisiana Tech. Grade: A- Analysis: Mills is a big, powerful dude who will need polish but who may have the versatility to line up at either tackle spot or inside at guard. For a team in Chicago that could use an upgrade at almost every spot on the line, Mills will have plenty of options. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 5, Pick 164, Miami Dolphins select Mike Gillislee, RB, Florida. Grade: B Analysis: Proven options are few and far between in the Miami backfield with Reggie Bush taking his talents to the Rust Belt. Gillislee brings some quickness and agility and is also a willing, physical pass protector. He could easily assume #2 RB duties behind Lamar Miller in all-Florida native backfield. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 5, Pick 165, Detroit Lions select Sam Martin, P, Appalachian State. Grade: D Analysis: Any time you have the chance to grab the draft's 6th-rated punter in the 5th round, you'd be a fool not to pounce on it. Martin will at least get plenty of chances to hone his craft if Detroit doesn't upgrade its offensive tackle situation. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 5, Pick 166, Miami Dolphins select Caleb Sturgis, K, Florida. Grade: C+ Analysis: The Special Teams Run has begun! Sturgis has a powerful leg that serves him well on long FGs and kickoffs, and has experience kicking in the soupy miasma that is Florida weather. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 5, Pick 167, Green Bay Packers select Josh Boyd, DT, Mississippi State. Grade: C Analysis: Boyd doesn't have ideal length for a 3-4 DE, but shows some solid burst and low pad level to fight blockers and can sometimes beat blockers into the gap. He'll fight Purple Drank impresario Johnny Jolly for a roster spot. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 5, Pick 168, Baltimore Ravens select Ricky Wagner, OT, Wisconsin. Grade: B- Analysis: A strong run-game player from the Badgers' OL factory, Wagner is a well-schooled technician who will have to fight hard to hold up in pass pro. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 6, Pick 169, Jacksonville Jaguars select Josh Evans, FS, Florida. Grade: A- Analysis: The best cover safety remaining in the draft, Evans also brings solid run support skills. Jacksonville needs a ton of help at the back end of its defense, and Evans is in a good spot to fight for early playing time. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 6, Pick 170, Kansas City Chiefs select Eric Kush, C, California (PA). Grade: D+ Analysis: Kush wasn't a highly rated player -- or, in fact, rated at all, by anyone -- but he'll fight for a spot in KC after the retirement of Ryan Lilja. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 6, Pick 171, Detroit Lions select Corey Fuller, WR, Virginia Tech. Grade: B Analysis: A big 6'2 receiver who ripped off an impressive 4.42 40 at the combine, Fuller needs a lot of room to get up to full speed but can threaten a defense if he gets a clean run off the line. There are a ton of question marks opposite Calvin Johnson in Detroit, so it's not a bad time to roll the dice on straight line speed. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 6, Pick 172, Oakland Raiders select Nick Kasa, TE, Colorado. Grade: C- Analysis: 'Casa' is Spanish for 'House', and 'Kasa' is Spanish for 'Project TE'. A former defensive end, Kasa brings some aggression and physicality but is more of a fixer-upper opportunity than move-in ready. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 6, Pick 173, Denver Broncos select Vinston Painter, OT, Virginia Tech. Grade: D+ Analysis: Painter is an intriguing athlete who actually transitioned to the offensive side from defensive tackle. Adapting to the NFL with his work-in-progress technique will be an even tougher transition. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 6, Pick 174, Arizona Cardinals select Ryan Swope, WR, Texas A&M. Grade: A Analysis: Swope is an extremely savvy and productive route runner who opened a lot of eyes with his blazing 40 time at the combine. Something of an inexplicable faller in this draft, Swope is a great get for the Cards in the sixth round. Some Wayne Chrebet/Keyshawn Johnson drama could be in the works when he outproduces last year's first rounder Michael Floyd. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 6, Pick 175, Cleveland Browns select Jamoris Slaughter, SS, Notre Dame. Grade: C- Analysis: He's no Barkevious, but Slaughter's name should still provide some entertainment for the Dawg Pound. With his struggles against bigger TEs and quicker WRs, though, that's where the entertainment might end. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 6, Pick 176, Houston Texans select David Quessenberry, OT, San Jose State. Grade: B+ Analysis: He?s an athletic player with some agility in pass protection and the kind of movement skills in the run game that could make him a great fit in Houston's zone blocking scheme. He may kick inside to G, but is the kind of player that Houston has developed into productive starters. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 6, Pick 177, Buffalo Bills select Dustin Hopkins, K, Florida State. Grade: C- Analysis: The special teams run continues! Hopkins is an accurate kicker whose leg strength is very iffy for kickoffs, and who could have trouble punching the ball through Buffalo's swirling winds. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 6, Pick 178, New York Jets select William Campbell, DT, Michigan. Grade: D Analysis: With a crowded 3-4 DE group, the Jets may be counting on Campbell to contribute as more of a nose tackle. Campbell may not be that kind of player, however. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 6, Pick 179, San Diego Chargers select Tourek Williams, DE, Florida International. Grade: B- Analysis: Williams is a physical and aggressive defender who flashes some solid athleticism and ability to bull rush tackles. He's likely to be asked to bulk up to handle 5-technique duties, but could become a solid replacement for someone like Vaughn Martin. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 6, Pick 180, San Francisco 49ers select Nick Moody, OLB, Florida State. Grade: C- Analysis: The starters are set for the 49ers, and while Moody isn't likely to unseat Patrick Willis or Navarro Bowman he can contribute on special teams if he makes the final 53. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 6, Pick 181, Oakland Raiders select Latavius Murray, RB, UCF. Grade: D+ Analysis: A bruising runner with no wiggle to be found, Murray may need to beat out Rashad Jennings to find a home on Oakland's opening day roster. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 6, Pick 182, Carolina Panthers select Kenjon Barner, RB, Oregon. Grade: B+ Analysis: An undersized but explosive runner who tormented Pac-12 defenders at Oregon, Barner doesn't profile as a feature back in the NFL but could be a productive piece in the Carolina backfield. He may be more suited for read option-type runs than either of Carolina's starters. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 6, Pick 183, New Orleans Saints select Rufus Johnson, DE, Tarleton State. Grade: D+ Analysis: The Saints need bodies for the front of their revamped 3-4 defense. With guys like Joe Kruger still on the board, however, it's a bit of a puzzling pick. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 6, Pick 184, Oakland Raiders select Mychal Rivera, TE, Tennessee. Grade: B Analysis: An undersized guy who will never be an in-line blocker, Rivera nonetheless shows some smooth receiving skills from H-back and the slot. He could contribute early to pick up some of the catches that left town with Brandon Myers. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 6, Pick 185, Dallas Cowboys select DeVonte Holloman, OLB, South Carolina. Grade: B+ Analysis: A former safety who played a hybrid position in college, Holloman is a solid tackler who flashes the ability to get off blocks and better than average coverage skills. If he proves he can hold up against the run he could succeed Justin Durant as Dallas' SLB of the future. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 6, Pick 186, Pittsburgh Steelers select Justin Brown, WR, Oklahoma. Grade: D+ Analysis: With the departure of Mike Wallace, there's not a lot of depth in Pittsburgh's wideout corps. With a number of higher-potential guys still on the board, though, it's hard to see what Pittsburgh will get out of Brown. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 6, Pick 187, Arizona Cardinals select Andre Ellington, RB, Clemson. Grade: A+ Analysis: Undersized but tremendously explosive and productive, Ellington improves on the departed LaRod Stephens-Howling's skill set and may be the most talented back in Arizona from the first day of mini-camp. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 6, Pick 188, Chicago Bears select Cornelius Washington, DE, Georgia. Grade: B Analysis: Washington is an excellent athlete and has the kind of explosion and long arms to challenge tackles. He needs polish and to up his on-field productivity, but he could find some early playing time rotating with Shea McLellin at the end spot opposite Julius Peppers.i-camp. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 6, Pick 189, Tampa Bay Buccaneers select Mike James, RB, Miami (Fla.). Grade: C Analysis: With the late-breaking trade of LeGarrette Blount, there's some room in the Bucs backfield behind Doug Martin. James is a thick, powerful runner who can beat on a defense while Martin grabs a quick rest. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 6, Pick 190, Cincinnati Bengals select Rex Burkhead, RB, Nebraska. Grade: C+ Analysis: A quick and explosive player who consistently finds ways to elude defenders and make productive runs. With the addition of Giovanni Bernard its' hard to say exactly how Burkhead will fit into Cincy's 2013 backfield, but if he makes the roster he'll be a willing special teams contributor and depth piece. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 6, Pick 191, Washington Redskins select Bacarri Rambo, FS, Georgia. Grade: B- Analysis: An athletic safety who has dropped due to some inconsistent play as well as dubious off-field moments. If he has his head on straight and can improve the angles he takes to the ball he could stick in an unspectacular Redskins' safety corps. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 6, Pick 192, Indianapolis Colts select John Boyett, FS, Oregon. Grade: C+ Analysis: A mid-round talent who fell due to injury concerns on both needs, Boyett lacks height but is a capable centerfield safety who keeps things in front of him and is a sure open-field tackler. He'll fly down on special teams as a rookie while backing up LaRon Landry and Antoine Bethea. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 6, Pick 193, Green Bay Packers select Nate Palmer, OLB, Illinois State. Grade: C- Analysis: Palmer is a project linebacker who Green Bay hopes can push for a backup role. Probably a free agent-caliber talent. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 6, Pick 194, Seattle Seahawks select Spencer Ware, RB, LSU. Grade: C- Analysis: A tough, physical runner who also flashes the ability to catch the ball out of the backfield, Ware faces an uphill climb to make the roster behind Lynch, Robert Turbin and 2nd rounder Christine Michael. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 6, Pick 195, Houston Texans select Alan Bonner, WR, Jacksonville State. Grade: C- Analysis: An undersized guy who profiles as a slot and kick/punt return option. Neither of Houston's 2012 WR selections wowed anyone last year, so an impressive camp could see Bonner latch on to the final 53. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 6, Pick 196, Minnesota Vikings select Jeff Baca, OG, UCLA. Grade: C Analysis: Baca lacks the size and strength you want in an interior OL, but if he's able to get after it in the weight room he could become a scrappy contributor down the line at guard. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 6, Pick 197, Cincinnati Bengals select Cobi Hamilton, WR, Arkansas. Grade: B+ Analysis: A physical receiver who was caught up in the crossfire of Arkansas' nightmare 2012 year, Hamilton nonetheless looks to be a solid possession-receiver prospect. He may not bring anything to the table that Mohamed Sanu and Marvin Jones don't already, though, so he'll face a tough fight for a roster spot. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 6, Pick 198, Houston Texans select Chris Jones, DT, Bowling Green. Grade: C- Analysis: A fireplug type who could battle his way into a rotational NT role. Houston hasn't felt the need to put any physical, overpowering guys at NT in their 3-4 to this point, so Jones could be just what they're looking for. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 6, Pick 199, Detroit Lions select Theo Riddick, RB, Notre Dame. Grade: C Analysis: Riddick is an undersized slasher with a good degree of receiving ability (he spent time in the slot at ND). The Lions' affinity for pass-catching backs is well known, so Riddick may help push Kevin Smith or Jahvid Best off the roster. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 6, Pick 200, Baltimore Ravens select Kapron Lewis-Moore, DT, Notre Dame. Grade: C+ Analysis: A future 5-tech candidate who dropped with an injury that could land him on the PUP or force him to take a full-on redshirt in 2013. He has the potential to be a solid member of the DL rotation in the Cory Redding mold once he's back to health. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 6, Pick 201, Houston Texans select Ryan Griffin, QB, Tulane. Grade: C Analysis: A lower-rated guy who shows a bit of versatility, Griffin could be groomed as a TE/H-back hybrid to replace the departed James Casey. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 6, Pick 202, Tennessee Titans select Kahlid Wooten, CB, Nevada. Grade: B+ Analysis: Raw prospect with impressive size and speed and also shows some decent hip flex and ball skills. He'll sit for a year or more, but has the potential to easily justify a sixth-round selection. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 6, Pick 203, Baltimore Ravens select Ryan Jensen, OT, CSU-Pueblo. Grade: D Analysis: A bit of an off-the-radar choice from football factory Colorado State-Pueblo, Jensen can learn the OT position behind Michael Oher while teaching his teammates what a pueblo is. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 6, Pick 204, Kansas City Chiefs select Braden Wilson, FB, Kansas State. Grade: C Analysis: The camp battle at fullback was one of the most entertaining aspects of the Chiefs' appearance on HBO's Hard Knocks. Hopefully Wilson can provide similar entertainment value while also working to develop into a FB/H-back hybrid. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 6, Pick 205, Oakland Raiders select Stacy McGee, DT, Oklahoma. Grade: D Analysis: McGee occasionally shows flashes of quickness, speed and hand usage to shed blocks. Unfortunately, a lot of the flashing in McGee's world has involved police lights. Al Davis would be proud. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 6, Pick 206, Pittsburgh Steelers select Vince Williams, ILB, Florida State. Grade: D+ Analysis: Pittsburgh turned an undrafted James Harrison into an all-pro linebacker. Williams probably should have been undrafted, so maybe he can capture some of that same magic. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 7, Pick 207, Kansas City Chiefs select Mike Catapano, DE, Princeton. Grade: D Analysis: Known as the Big Cat to his college teammates, Catapano is a project choice for the Chiefs. The good news is that if he stumbles backwards into a sack at any point he'll have basically out-produced former first rounder Glenn Dorsey from a pass rushing standpoint. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 7, Pick 208, Jacksonville Jaguars select Jeremy Harris, CB, New Mexico State. Grade: C- Analysis: Jacksonville continues to add bodies to its defensive backfield with Jeremy Harris out of New Mexico State. While he lacks speed and quickness, it's rumored he knows many of the secrets of Area 51. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 7, Pick 209, Oakland Raiders select Brice Butler, WR, San Diego State. Grade: C+ Analysis: A raw size/speed player going to Oakland, just after a DT with former legal trouble? Are we sure Al Davis is actually dead? by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 7, Pick 210, Jacksonville Jaguars select Demetrius McCray, CB, Appalachian State. Grade: C- Analysis: Two picks later and it's another football-factory selection in the defensive backfield as Jacksonville nabs Appalachian State's McCray. He claims to have seen Sasquatch in the Appalachian backwoods, so it's a double dose of the paranormal for the Jags. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 7, Pick 211, Detroit Lions select Michael Williams, TE, Alabama. Grade: C Analysis: Williams is a solid blocker who is already the best run-game TE on the Lions' roster. He adds little to nothing as a receiver but his skill set at least complements Brandon Pettigrew and Tony Scheffler. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 7, Pick 212, Philadelphia Eagles select Joe Kruger, DE, Utah. Grade: A Analysis: A productive player with a good frame and long arms, Kruger has some bull rush ability along with solid run defense as he continues to get stronger. A great late find for the new Eagles' 3-4. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 7, Pick 213, Minnesota Vikings select Michael Mauti, OLB, Penn State. Grade: B+ Analysis: Instinctive, tough player who excels at fighting through traffic and making plays in the run game. He could end up playing on the strongside or in the middle in future seasons for the Vikes. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 7, Pick 214, Minnesota Vikings select Travis Bond, OG, North Carolina. Grade: C+ Analysis: Bond is a tall mauler who has some solid mobility for a big man but who needs to continually fight to keep his pad level down. If he keeps refining his bend and flexibility he could become the kind of massive road grader that the Vikings enjoy. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 7, Pick 215, New York Jets select Tommy Bohanon, FB, Wake Forest. Grade: C+ Analysis: An effective and punishing blocker who fits Rex Ryan's ground and pound ethos, Bohanon should help clear the way for the uninspiring Mike Goodson/Bilal Powell RB duo. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 7, Pick 216, Green Bay Packers select Charles Johnson, WR, Grand Valley State. Grade: C+ Analysis: GVSU is not the next hit CBS police procedural, but in fact stands for Grand Valley State University. Johnson played there, and apparently ripped off a couple of sub-4.4 40's at his pro day. Assuming accurate timekeeping technology exists in whichever state/region GVSU is located, that's pretty quick. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 7, Pick 217, Cleveland Browns select Armonty Bryant, DE, East Central. Grade: C+ Analysis: Bryant provides a couple of refreshing changes -- he's changed up the traditional spelling of "Armanti", and he was actually arrested for selling marijuana rather than purchasing it. Apparently he can also block some kicks. Good for Armonty. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 7, Pick 218, Philadelphia Eagles select Jordan Poyer, CB, Oregon State. Grade: A- Analysis: An All-America corner with the ability to run with receivers and experience playing press-man and off-zone. In the seventh, he's a great get. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 7, Pick 219, Arizona Cardinals select D.C. Jefferson, TE, Rutgers. Grade: B+ Analysis: Jefferson has a strong TE build and is one of the draft's better blockers at the position. There's not a ton to like in the Cards' TE corps at the moment, so Jefferson could carve out an early role in the desert. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 7, Pick 220, Seattle Seahawks select Ryan Seymour, OG, Vanderbilt. Grade: B- Analysis: A competitive blocker who had to face the SEC's best week in and week out, Seymour could push for a spot given Seattle's underwhelming guard duo. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 7, Pick 221, San Diego Chargers select Brad Sorensen, QB, Southern Utah. Grade: C- Analysis: Sorenson has the size and arm to succeed as a classic pocket passer, but has all manner of trouble once he's pressured. Philip Rivers utters a wry laugh as he surveys the Chargers' wheels-off OL and says, "Good luck, kid." by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 7, Pick 222, Buffalo Bills select Chris Gragg, TE, Arkansas. Grade: B+ Analysis: Gragg is a tremendous athlete at the position who put up a 4.5 40 and 37.5 inch vertical at the combine. He won't block anyone and needs more polish as a receiver, but could be a seam-threatening H-back in the future. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 7, Pick 223, Pittsburgh Steelers select Nick Williams, DT, Samford. Grade: B+ Analysis: Williams is a small-school project, but he has the kind of size that could allow him to fill a role as a 3-4 DE. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 7, Pick 224, Green Bay Packers select Kevin Dorsey, WR, Maryland. Grade: C- Analysis: Dorsey has good size at 6'2 with reasonable quickness. He profiles as a possession guy on a team that tends to favor burners, but could be productive if he's able to earn throws from Aaron Rodgers. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 7, Pick 225, New York Giants select Eric Herman, OG, Ohio. Grade: B- Analysis: Herman put up 36 reps on the bench, and racked up pancake blocks at Ohio U. With NY's guards getting older, he'll get a long look as a developmental guy. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 7, Pick 226, New England Patriots select Michael Buchanan, DE, Illinois. Grade: A Analysis: The type of hybrid edge defender who has long since found his way to the Pats, Buchanan lost 20 pounds after having his jaw wired shut but was a really productive pass rusher as a junior. He'll have a shot to bookend Chandler Jones in some pass rush sets once he bulks up. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 7, Pick 227, Cleveland Browns select Garrett Gilkey, OT, Chadron State. Grade: D+ Analysis: Jealous of rival Bengals' fans' "Who dat try to beat those Bengals" chants, the Browns grab a TE who just makes everyone say, "Who dat?" by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 7, Pick 228, Washington Redskins select Jawan Jamison, RB, Rutgers. Grade: A Analysis: Late-round Shanahan's back. We all know how this goes at this point. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 7, Pick 229, Minnesota Vikings select Everett Dawkins, DT, Florida State. Grade: A- Analysis: A rotational player at FSU who nonetheless displayed the kind of explosion and hustle that can generate interior pressure at the next level. Another nice get for Minnesota in this draft. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 7, Pick 230, Indianapolis Colts select Kerwynn Williams, RB, Utah State. Grade: B Analysis: Approximately the 33rd Williams taken in the 2013 draft so far, Kerwynn is a quick and compact runner who can contribute as a pass catcher and return specialist. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 7, Pick 231, Seattle Seahawks select Ty Powell, OLB, Harding. Grade: B Analysis: Powell is somewhat undersized, but has an intriguing mix of speed and explosion. A creative guy like Pete Carroll can probably find a way to maximize Powell's skills in a sub-package pass rush role. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 7, Pick 232, Green Bay Packers select Sam Barrington, ILB, South Florida. Grade: B- Analysis: Barrington lacked the size and speed to wow scouts, but he's got the instincts and block-shedding ability to stick as an early-down run defender inside in a 3-4. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 7, Pick 233, Oakland Raiders select David Bass, DE, Missouri Western State. Grade: B Analysis: Despite playing at tiny Missouri Western, Bass more than held his own with big-school prospects at the East-West Shrine Game. He's got solid speed and change of direction skills and could turn into a rotational rusher down the road. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 7, Pick 234, Denver Broncos select Zac Dysert, QB, Miami (Ohio). Grade: B+ Analysis: Despite the Broncos' apparent love of 2012 second rounder Brock Osweiler, they tab Miami of Ohio product Dysert in the seventh. He's got the makeup and ability to throw under duress that has reminded some of Ben Roethlisberger, and at minimum he could get flipped for a higher-round choice down the road. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 7, Pick 235, New England Patriots select Steve Beauharnais, ILB, Rutgers. Grade: B Analysis: The Pats appear well-stocked at linebacker, but Beauharnais is the kind of versatile defender -- inside linebacker, edge rusher and occasional DE -- who Belichick can always wring some value from. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 7, Pick 236, Chicago Bears select Marquess Wilson, WR, Washington State. Grade: B+ Analysis: Wilson is a thinly built but tall and athletic wideout whose best attribute may be his jump ball ability in the red zone. His name also indicates that he's the wife of a marquis, or French nobleman -- not sure if his parents were aware of that when they picked it out. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 7, Pick 237, San Francisco 49ers select B.J. Daniels, QB, South Florida. Grade: C- Analysis: A name not highly regarded by scouts, Daniels caught coach Jim Harbaugh's eye when he did that thing in that one game against that team. Remember? by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 7, Pick 238, Baltimore Ravens select Aaron Mellette, WR, Elon. Grade: B Analysis: A rangy receiver out of Elan, Mellette also shows dash, vivacity, and verve in his pass routes. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 7, Pick 239, Philadelphia Eagles select David King, DE, Oklahoma. Grade: B Analysis: A versatile guy who lined up all over the place for Oklahoma, King shows the kind of quickness and two-gap ability to profile him as a developmental 3-4 end. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 7, Pick 240, Cincinnati Bengals select Reid Fragel, OT, Ohio State. Grade: B+ Analysis: From right down the road at Ohio State, Fragel is a converted TE who started at RT for the Buckeyes and could become a homeless man's Lane Johnson down the road. He's the polar opposite of current Cincy RT Andre Smith, but maybe that's a good thing. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 7, Pick 241, Seattle Seahawks select Jared Smith, DT, New Hampshire. Grade: B- Analysis: A quick, high-motor DT who can be a part of the rotation as Seattle fills the hole left by Alan Branch's departure. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 7, Pick 242, Seattle Seahawks select Michael Bowie, OT, Northeastern State. Grade: B- Analysis: A long and strong tackle who will need a ton of polish, Bowie may be ticketed for the practice squad but could potentially bookend Russell Okung after a few seasons. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 7, Pick 243, Atlanta Falcons select Kemal Ishmael, SS, UCF. Grade: B Analysis: Due to a clerical error in the maternity ward, Kallme Ishmael got transcribed as Kemal and a stirring tribute to Herman Melville was lost. Rather than pursuing an English degree, Ishmael focused his efforts on becoming a rangy and athletic safety. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 7, Pick 244, Atlanta Falcons select Zeke Motta, SS, Notre Dame. Grade: B+ Analysis: Motta's stock took an Enron-caliber hit due to a disastrous 40 time at the combine, but he shows the kind of instincts and run-game thump to push for a starting job down the line. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 7, Pick 245, Detroit Lions select Brandon Hepburn, ILB, Florida A&M. Grade: B Analysis: A former walk-on who may be one of the draft's smartest players, Hepburn will compete to be the kind of two-down run thumper that the Lions lost in SLB Justin Durant. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 7, Pick 246, San Francisco 49ers select Carter Bykowski, OT, Iowa State. Grade: C- Analysis: An athletically limited plugger from Iowa State, Bykowski is looking at an uphill battle to join the Niners. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 7, Pick 247, Baltimore Ravens select Marc Anthony, CB, California. Grade: B- Analysis: Marc Anthony is an athletic developmental safety, who's feisty and works hard to shed blocks. Has battled durability issues in the past. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 7, Pick 248, Tennessee Titans select Daimion Stafford, FS, Nebraska. Grade: C- Analysis: A hard-hitting safety who may be a SS/LB hybrid, Stafford may need to wow the coaches on special teams to stick. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 7, Pick 249, Atlanta Falcons select Sean Renfree, QB, Duke. Grade: B Analysis: A smart QB, he's the kind of hard worker and savvy guy you'd like holding a clipboard behind Matt Ryan. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 7, Pick 250, Miami Dolphins select Don Jones, SS, Arkansas State. Grade: A Analysis: Seven plus hours into Day Three of the draft, one thing you hope for is guys who make you type as little as possible. So thanks to the pithily-named Don Jones. Will be limited to special teams only early in his career. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 7, Pick 251, Cincinnati Bengals select T.J. Johnson, C, South Carolina. Grade: C Analysis: It's an aging OL corps in Cincy, and TJ will work to inject some youth. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 7, Pick 252, San Francisco 49ers select Marcus Cooper, CB, Rutgers. Grade: B Analysis: At 6'2, Cooper brings the kind of size you hope for in a corner as well as rolling off a 4.4 40 and a 39.5 inch vert. If he can actually play football, all the better. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 7, Pick 253, New York Giants select Michael Cox, RB, Massachusetts. Grade: C Analysis: Let's be honest -- at this point we're all focused on the drama of Mr. Irrelevant at #254. With the departure of Ahmad Bradshaw, Cox will serve as RB depth. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
  • Round 7, Pick 254, Indianapolis Colts select Justice Cunningham, TE, South Carolina. Grade: A+ Analysis: As a player, Cunningham's skills may not translate into a long NFL career. As Mr. Irrelevant, though, his name will live forever. by Jason Chilton, BarkingCarnival.com
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