eDraft will have two full seven-round NFL Mock Drafts between now and the April event at Radio City Music Hall. This initial one will take into account the Senior Bowl. We will go live with another mock after the NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis and major pro days have been concluded.
So, here goes.
Note: The first round is from Vincent Frank's first-round mock draft last week.
1. Kansas City Chiefs: Geno Smith, Quarterback, West Virginia
This might all change if Kansas City acquires Alex Smith, which I am predicting to happen. If Andy Reid and company go away from bringing in a viable veteran starter (only a couple on the market), they will have to go out there and draft one. Smith is sitting just inside my top 10 at this early point in the draft season. While he is a bit of a reach No. 1 overall, the new rookie wage scale enables Kansas City to make this pick without having to worry a ton about salary cap issues should he not pan out. After what we saw at the Senior Bowl, Smith is by far the best quarterback of a weak draft class.
2. Jacksonville Jaguars: Bjoern Werner, Defensive End, Florida State
It's interesting. I had Jarvis Jones going here in my initial mock draft of 2013, but recent reports about possible health issues seem to be plaguing the Georgia star. As it is, Werner seems to be a better fit in Jacksonville's scheme. Some will conclude that he is just a high-motor player, but that's just plain lazy. Werner has a solid combination of pass-rush moves and speed to get around the corner. It doesn't hurt that the Jaguars ranked dead last in the NFL in sacks with just 20.
3. Oakland Raiders: Dee Milliner, Cornerback, Alabama
I am remaining firm with this selection. Oakland will definitely look to trade down from this slot, but I am not in the game of prediction draft-day trades. I will say that the Raiders, who are in a bad salary cap situation, need help in the defensive secondary. As I said in my previous mock, Ronald Bartell, Shawntae Spencer and Michael Huff are not going to cut it in the secondary. Milliner is the type of corner that will get in a receivers face at the line and isn't afraid to take chances on the outside. He has solid technique down the field and plays the ball, rather than the receiver.
4. Philadelphia Eagles Luke Joeckel, Offensive Tackle, Texas A&M
I may be crazy, but Joeckel doesn't exactly stand up as well on tape as I originally thought. He tends to get a bit too high on blocks and struggles with speed rushers on the outside. That said, technique and athleticism isn't going to be an issue for the All-American offensive tackle. He can work on those other issues. While Eric Fisher is closing the gap, I have this Aggie as the top tackle prospect in the draft. It remains to be seen if Jason Peters will return from a serious injury 100 percent and Philadelphia doesn't have much outside of him at tackle.
5. Detroit Lions Damontre Moore, Defensive End, Texas A&M
Whether Detroit re-signs Cliff Avril really doesn't matter here. It is in need of help along all three tiers of its defense. The Lions just sent veteran Kyle Vanden Bosch packing and doesn't have much depth at defensive end. Moore is, by far, the best fit for their 4-3 scheme opposite Avril.
6. Cleveland Browns Jarvis Jones, Defensive End/Linebacker, Georgia
I am going to assume for the sake of this article that Cleveland will run a 3-4 defensive set next season. If so, Jones is a perfect fit opposite Jabaal Sheard as a outsline linebacker in that scheme. If not, his pure athleticism should be able to handle playing the edge-rush position in a traditional 4-3. Right now, Jones is a top-five player in my book.
7. Arizona Cardinals Eric Fisher, Offensive Tackle, Central Michigan
It wasn't just his Senior Bowl performance that impressed me, Fisher looks like the best offensive tackle in the draft. If he is able to come through with a strong combine performance and pro day, look for the Central Michigan product to possibly jump Joeckel. As of right now, he is my No. 2 offensive lineman in the draft. It goes without saying Arizona, who allowed the most sacks in the NFL last season, needs a blindside protector for whoever is under center. Fisher represents value and need at seven.
8. Buffalo Bills Tyler Wilson, Quarterback, Arkansas
I went back and forth on this one. Is Wilson a reach in the top half of the first round? Of course he is. That's really not the point here. Ryan Fitzpatrick is nowhere near the franchise quarterback in Buffalo. Even if it is able to go out and acquire someone like Michael Vick, Buffalo will have to find a quarterback of the future. Wilson can sit for a season and two in order to mature. He has the raw physical ability to be a top-tier quarterback in the NFL.
9. New York Jets Barkevious Mingo, Defensive End/Linebacker, Louisiana State
Lost in all the mess that is New York's issues on offense is the fact that its front seven on defense is getting old. It doesn't have a true pass-rush threat and struggles getting to the quarterback on a consistent basis. Mingo would fit perfectly in the 3-4 scheme and could be utilized as a outside rusher with gap filler Muhammad Wilkerson playing net tackle. That's a nice combination right there.
10. Tennessee Titans Chance Warmack, Guard, Alabama
Warmack is by far the best interior line prospect in the draft. He can come in and immediately line up against some of the best interior rushers in the NFL without much of an issue. Coming from a pro-style blocking scheme at Bama also enables a relatively small learning curve to the NFL. It is also important to keep in mind that Steve Hutchinson is nowhere near the player he used to be and will probably be out of a job in Nashville.
11. San Diego Chargers Lane Johnson, Offensive Tackle, Oklahoma
San Diego's offensive tackle situation was among one of the worst in the NFL this past season. Jared Gaither struggled in pass protection, while the likes of Jeromey Clary and Michael Harris leave a lot to be desired. I fully expect San Diego to look at the tackle position early in the draft. Johnson did himself some favors following a solid Senior Bowl performance and is a top 10 prospect.
12. Miami Dolphins Cordarrelle Patterson, Wide Receiver, Tennessee
Raw, athletic ability. I guess that term would be the best to describe Patterson. He has all the talent in the world and could be the next great young wide receiver in the NFL. There are some issues with running loose routes on the outside, but that can be fixed with the right coaching. In case you didn't notice, Patterson overtakes Keenen Allen as my No. 1 overall receiver in the draft. In addition, Miami could use a truly dominating receiver on the outside. While Brian Hartline did tally 1,000-plus yards in 2012, he is nothing more than a complementary guy.
13. Tampa Bay Buccaneers Johnthan Banks, Cornerback, Mississippi State
Tampa Bay ranked dead least against the pass last season. A lot of its struggles had to do with losing Aqib Talib (trade) and Eric Wright (suspension). I highly doubt Wright will be back in '13. Even if he is, Tampa Bay needs to address the cornerback position. Banks is my No. 2 corner in the draft and should be able to come in and produce immediately.
14. Carolina Panthers Star Lotulelei, Defensive Tackle, Utah
As my No. 1 overall player in the draft, it still surprises me that Star falls to the middle of the first round. That being said, I just didn't see any need for him for the teams selecting ahead of Carolina. If this talented interior lineman does fall to 14, there is no way Carolina passes up on him. He can anchor both a 3-4 and 4-3 defensive front, taking on blocks and filling gaps. By far one of the most impressive defensive tackle prospects I have seen in a while.
15. New Orleans Saints Dion Jordan, Linebacker, Oregon
It appears that New Orleans will be switching to the 3-4 defense, no matter what happens with its defensive coordinator search. Even if Rob Ryan isn't brought on, I see them transitioning out of the 4-3. If that's the case, there is no better fit than Jordan. He has the athletic ability and speed to dominate as an edge rusher from the outside linebacker position. While Jordan still needs to acquire a couple solid pass-rush moves, I see him as an Aldon Smith and Bruce Irvin type of producer early.
16. St. Louis Rams Keenan Allen, Wide Receiver, California
If this were to happen, the Rams would be getting an absolute steal. I had Allen as my top wide receiver up until this week. Not only does the CAL product offer a deep threat for Sam Bradford in the passing game, he can be a consistent No. 1-type moving forward. It's important to realize that Allen didn't exactly have good quarterbacks throwing him the ball in college, so don't look at his production. Even with the acquisition of Titus Young, St. Louis will be looking receiver early.
17. Pittsburgh Steelers Sheldon Richardson, Defensive End/Defensive Tackle, Missouri
Richardson is a perfect fit in Pittsburgh 4-3 defensive scheme. He can take on blocks, opening up the outside for LaMarr Woodley on the outside. One of the most impressive aspects of Richardson's game is his ability to penetrate the offensive backfield from the interior of the line. This will be magnified with a switch to the outside in a 3-4. Pittsburgh will have to look here early with the lack of production from both Ziggy Hood and Cameron Heyward, also early-round picks.
18. Dallas Cowboys Barrett Jones, Guard/Center, Alabama
If Dallas wants Tony Romo to have any type of success moving forward, it is going to have to improve what is a disastrous situation along the interior of its offensive line. Phil Costa is not the answer at center, while the Cowboys have no starter-caliber guards on the roster. Jones, coming from a pro-style blocking scheme at Bama, should be able to come in and start at either guard position or even at center.
19. New York Giants Manti Te'o, Linebacker, Notre Dame
The release of Michael Boley definitely played a role here. New York doesn't have the talent or depth at any of its linebacker positions as of right now. While Te'o has dropped a great deal on my big board, it is hard to discount four years of great production at Notre Dame. He will be a good linebacker in the NFL.
20. Chicago Bears Arthur Brown, Linebacker, Kansas State
Brian Urlacher might not be returning to Chicago for another season. He is set to become a free agent and has lost a couple steps recently. Even if the future Hall of Fame linebacker does return, Phil Emery and company need to find a replacement. Brown is quickly jumping up my big board and if he has a solid combine performance, could surpass Te'o.
21. Cincinnati Bengals Kenny Vaccaro, Safety, Texas
Taylor Mays and Chris Crocker leave a lot to be desired alongside Reggie Nelson in the Bengals' secondary. Neither are starter quality players right now. Vaccaro can come in and be penciled in as a starting strong safety or even stay at his more natural free safety position with Nelson moving to the strong side. As a top-15 player, he represents too much value for them to pass up on.
22. St. Louis Rams (T) Johnathan Hankins, Defensive Tackle, Ohio State
Chris Long and Robert Quinn are going to be a dynamic defensive end combo for years to come. Michael Brockers seems to have a mighty fine future ahead of himself at defensive tackle as well. If St. Louis is able to go out there and get another standout defensive lineman, it will be in great shape in the NFC West.
23. Minnesota Vikings Tavon Austin, Wide Receiver, West Virginia
Percy Harvin's future remains up in the air in Minnesota. Outside of that, the Vikings don't really have a whole lot at wide receiver. I absolutely love Austin's skillset. He has the ability to beat defensive backs off the line in press and can find gaps on intermediate routes. In addition, Austin has some damn good hands. He equates to being a high upside No. 2 wide receiver in the NFL.
24. Indianapolis Colts Ezekiel Ansah, Defensive End/Linebacker, BYU
My primary comparison to Ansah would be Jason Pierre-Paul with the New York Giants. This talented pass rusher may be as raw as they come, but possesses the highest ceiling of any defensive player in the entire draft. In short, he can be a dominating 3-4 outside linebacker. This is something that the Colts need with Dwight Freeney likely moving on and Robert Mathis not getting any younger.
25. Seattle Seahawks Sam Montgomery, Defensive End, Louisiana State
I am just not as sold on Montgomery as some other experts might be. I see an attitude problem as well as an issue allowing blockers to get low at engagement. Both of these issues can be fixed. The LSU product is another player that represents tremendous upside. With Chris Clemons recovering from a torn ACL in the playoffs, Seattle will need to find someone to pick up the slack. Even when Clemons returns, it is important that they look to the future. A defensive end combo of Bruce Irvin and Montgomery looks mighty fine in the Pacific Northwest.
26. Green Bay Packers Eric Reid, Safety, Louisiana State
Charles Woodson has clearly lost a step. While we all saw that coming, Green Bay needs to start focusing on the future. Reid is a bruiser in the box and has decent coverage ability. He will struggle over the top early on in the NFL, but fits the Packers need for a strong safety to a T. A combination of Morgan Burnett and Reid as the Packers' two future safeties doesn't seem like a bad plan.
27. Houston Texans Terrance Williams, Wide Receiver, Baylor
Houston should have gone this route last season. It needs to find someone (anyone) that can shoulder the load with Andre Johnson at wide receiver. DeVier Posey might be a solid complementary guy, but he is better suited for the slot. Meanwhile, Lester Jean Keshawn Martin struggled making any type of consistent impact. Williams can be a possession guy on the outside, but also has a strong double move to beat corners deep. I really like how his game translates to the NFL.
28. Denver Broncos Xavier Rhodes, Cornerback, Florida State
As we already know, Champ Bailey lost a step (or three) this past season. The future Hall of Fame cornerback will have to move to safety in the near future if he hopes to remain a solid player in the NFL. Rhodes has all the talent and technique to be a day-one starter in the league. I am as high on him as any defensive back not named Dee Milliner.
29. New England Patriots Alex Okafor, Defensive End/Linebacker, Texas
As New England continues its transition to a more hybrid defensive scheme, it will need to accumulate talent to mirror the scheme. Okafor can play both with his hands down at the line and as a 3-4 backer. He already possesses plus pass-rush moves and should be a solid complement to Chandler Jones.
30. Atlanta Falcons Tyler Eifert, Tight End, Notre Dame
Tony Gonzalez is set to retire. This leaves Matt Ryan out in the cold as it relates to a safety valve in Atlanta's elite passing game. Even if Gonzalez were to change course and return, the Falcons need to find a replacement. Eifert is my No. 1 tight end in a pretty decent draft class at this position. I have watched every one of his games at Notre Dame and truly believe he will be a Pro Bowler at the next level.
31. San Francisco 49ers Desmond Trufant, Cornerback, Washington
San Francisco racked up the fourth-most yards in Super Bowl history. It became the first team to possess a 300-yard passer, 100-yard rusher and (2) 100-yard receivers in the Super Bowl. It averaged 34.7 points and nearly 480 yards in offense during the playoffs. In case you didn't notice, they didn't the 49ers didn't bring home the Lombardi. The reason? They're pass defense was beyond bad down the stretch. Trufant is quickly rising the draft boards. He has plus-technique on the outside and a strong level of confidence that teams look for in a player forced to exist on an island. At the end of the day, San Francisco needs multiple upgrades in the defensive secondary. This is a start.
32. Baltimore Ravens D.J. Fluker, Offensive Tackle, Alabama
Once Michael Oher moved to his more natural right tackle position, things started to take off for Baltimore in the playoffs. Bryant McKinnie, who was tasked with protecting Joe Flacco's blindside has always had issues maintaining his conditioning and isn't getting any younger. I fully understand that Baltimore needs to find a replacement for Ray Lewis, but they can do that later in the draft, especially with inside linebacker somewhat stacked in '13. Fluker just represents too much value at a need position for the Super Bowl Champs to pass up on. Look for them to go in this direction and address other needs, which there are a lot, later in the draft.
33. Jacksonville Robert Woods, Wide Receiver, Southern California
34. Kansas City Sharrif Floyd, Defensive Tackle, Florida
35. Philadelphia Kevin Minter, Linebacker, Louisiana State
36. Detroit Jordan Poyer, Cornerback, Oregon State
37. Cincinnati Kyle Long, Offensive Tackle, Oregon
38. Arizona Matt Barkley, Quarterback, Southern California
39. New York (J) Tyler Bray, Quarterback, Tennessee
40. Tennessee Alec Ogletree, Linebacker, Georgia
41. Buffalo Datone Jones, Defensive End, UCLA
42. Miami Logan Ryan, Cornerback Rutgers
43. Tampa Bay Corey Lemonier, Defensive End, Auburn
44. Carolina David Amerson, Cornerback, North Carolina State
45. San Diego DeAndre Hopkins, Wide Receiver, Clemson
46. St. Louis Zach Ertz, Tight End, Stanford
47. Dallas Kawann Short, Defensive Tackle, Purdue
48. Pittsburgh Eddie Lacy, Running Back, Alabama
49. New York (G) Jonathan Cyprien, Safety, Florida International
50. Chicago Dallas Thomas, Offensive Tackle, Tennessee
51. Washington Justin Hunter, Wide Receiver, Tennessee
52. Minnesota Robert Alford, Cornerback, Southeastern Louisiana
53. Cincinnati Stepfan Taylor, Running Back, Stanford
54. Miami Phillip Thomas, Safety, Fresno State
55. Green Bay Oday Aboushi, Offensive Tackle, Virginia
56. Seattle Khaseem Greene, Linebacker, Rutgers
57. Houston John Jenkins, Defensive Tackle, Georgia
58. Denver Da'Rick Rogers, Wide Receiver, Tennessee Tech
59. New England Baccari Rambo, Safety, Georgia
60. Atlanta Margus Hunt, Defensive End, Southern Methodist
61. San Francisco Jesse Williams, Defensive Tackle, Alabama
62. Baltimore Aaron Dobson, Wide Receiver, Marshall
| Pick || Team || Player || Position || School |
| 63 || Kansas City || Kevin Reddick || LB || North Carolina |
| 64 || Jacksonville || Ryan Nassib || QB || Syracuse |
| 65 || Detroit || Markus Wheaton || WR || Oregon State |
| 66 || Oakland || Matt Elam || S || Florida |
| 67 || Philadelphia || Travis Kelce || TE || Cincinnati |
| 68 || Cleveland || Gavin Escobar || TE || San Diego State |
| 69 || Arizona || Joseph Randle || RB || Oklahoma State |
| 70 || Tennessee || Quinton Patton || WR || Louisiana Tech |
| 71 || Buffalo || Jamar Taylor || CB || Boise State |
| 72 || New York (J) || Giovani Bernard || RB || North Carolina |
| 73 || Tampa Bay || Mike Glennon || QB || North Carolina State |
| 74 || San Francisco || Chase Thomas || LB || Stanford |
| 75 || New Orleans || Will Davis || CB || Utah State |
| 76 || San Diego || Tharold Simon || CB || Louisiana State |
| 77 || Miami || Sylvester Williams || DT || North Carolina |
| 78 || St. Louis || Chris Faulk || OT || Louisiana State |
| 79 || Pittsburgh || Shawn Williams || S || Georgia |
| 80 || Dallas || Jonathan Cooper || G || North Carolina |
| 81 || New York (G) || Jordan Reed || TE || Florida |
| 82 || Miami || Justin Pugh || OT || Syracuse |
| 83 || Minnesota || Malliciah Goodman || DE || Clemson |
| 84 || Cincinnati || Darius Slay || CB || Mississippi State |
| 85 || Washington || Tony Jefferson || S || Oklahoma |
| 86 || Indianapolis || Larry Warford || G || Kentucky |
| 87 || Seattle || Tyrann Mathieu || CB || Louisiana State |
| 88 || Green Bay || Travis Frederick || C || Wisconsin |
| 89 || Houston || David Bakhtiari || OT || Colorado |
| 90 || Denver || Akeem Spence || DT || Illinois |
| 91 || New England || Brandon Williams || DT || Missouri Southern State |
| 92 || Atlanta || Montee Ball || RB || Wisconsin |
| 93 || San Francisco || Marcus Lattimore || RB || South Carolina |
| 94 || Baltimore || John Simon || LB || Ohio State |
| 95 || Houston (comp) || Jon Bostic || LB || Florida |
| 96 || Kansas City (comp) || Cobi Hamilton || WR || Arkansas |
| 97 || Tennessee (comp) || Vance McDonald || TE || Rice |
| 98 || San Francisco (comp) || T.J. McDonald || S || Southern California |
| Pick || Team || Player || Position || School |
| 99 || Jacksonville || Brian Winters || G || Kent State |
| 100 || Kansas City || Jordan Hill || DT || Penn State |
| 101 || Oakland || Menelik Watson || OT || Florida State |
| 102 || Philadelphia || Marquise Goodwin || WR || Texas |
| 103 || Arizona || Sio Moore || LB || Connecticut |
| 104 || Minnesota || Bennie Logan || DT || Louisiana State |
| 105 || Cleveland || Jamie Collins || LB || Southern Mississippi |
| 106 || Buffalo || Stedman Bailey || WR || West Virginia |
| 107 || New York (J) || Kenny Stills || WR || Oklahoma |
| 108 || Tennessee || Brian Schwenke || C || California |
| 109 || Carolina || Nico Johnson || LB || Alabama |
| 110 || New Orleans || Brennan Williams || OT || North Carolina |
| 111 || San Diego || Andre Ellington || RB || Clemson |
| 112 || Miami || Ryan Swope || WR || Texas A&M |
| 113 || Tampa Bay || Kiko Alonso || LB || Oregon |
| 114 || St. Louis || E.J. Manuel || QB || Florida State |
| 115 || Dallas || Landry Jones || QB || Oklahoma |
| 116 || Pittsburgh || Jelani Jenkins || LB || Florida |
| 117 || New York (G) || Johnathan Frankin || RB || UCLA |
| 118 || Chicago || Robert Lester || S || Alabama |
| 119 || Cincinnati || Cornellius Carradine || DE || Florida State |
| 120 || Washington || Alvin Bailey || G || Arkansas |
| 121 || Minnesota || Duke Williams || S || Nevada |
| 122 || Indianapolis || Blidi Wreh-Wilson || CB || Connecticut |
| 123 || Green Bay || Le'Veon Bell || RB || Michigan State |
| 124 || Seattle || Tavarres King || WR || Georgia |
| 125 || Houston || B.W. Webb || CB || William & Mary |
| 126 || Denver || D.J. Swearinger || S || South Carolina |
| 127 || Tampa Bay || David Quessenberry || OT || San Jose State |
| 128 || Atlanta || Devin Taylor || DE || South Carolina |
| 129 || San Francisco || William Gholston || DE || Michigan State |
| 130 || Baltimore || Leon McFadden || CB || San Diego State |
| 131 || Detroit (comp) || Lavar Edwards || DE || Louisiana State |
| 132 || Baltimore (comp) || Jordan Mills || OT || Louisiana Tech |
| 133 || Green Bay (comp) || Brandon Jenkins || LB || Florida State |
| 134 || Miami (comp) || Trevardo Williams || LB || Connecticut |
| 135 || Atlanta (comp) || Nickell Robey || CB || Southern California |
| Pick || Team || Player || Position || School |
| 136 || Kansas City || Dion Sims || TE || Michigan State |
| 137 || Jacksonville || Mike Gillislee || RB || Florida |
| 138 || Philadelphia || Spencer Nealy || DT || Texas A&M |
| 139 || Detroit || Kenjon Barner || RB || Oregon |
| 140 || Seattle || Ricky Wagner || OT || Wisconsin |
| 141 || Cleveland || Zac Dysert || QB || Miami (O) |
| 142 || Arizona || Zaviar Gooden || LB || Missouri |
| 143 || New York (J) || J.C. Tretter || G || Cornell |
| 144 || Tennessee || Dwayne Gratz || CB || Connecticut |
| 145 || Buffalo || Nick Kasa || TE || Colorado |
| 146 || New Orleans || Conner Vernon || WR || Duke |
| 147 || San Diego || Christine Michael || RB || Texas A&M |
| 148 || Miami || Denard Robinson || WR || Michigan |
| 149 || Tampa Bay || Chris Harper || WR || Kansas State |
| 150 || Carolina || David Bass || LB || Missouri Western |
| 151 || St. Louis || Hugh Thornton || G || Illinois |
| 152 || Pittsburgh || Rodney Smith || WR || Florida State |
| 153 || Dallas || Jawan Jamison || RB || Rutgers |
| 154 || New York (G) || Brandon McGee || CB || Miami (F) |
| 155 || Chicago || D.J Hayden || CB || Houston |
| 156 || Washington || Shayne Skov || LB || Stanford |
| 157 || Minnesota || Matt Scott || QB || Arizona |
| 158 || Cincinnati || Michael Mauti || LB || Penn State |
| 159 || San Francisco || Khaled Holmes || C || Southern California |
| 160 || Seattle || Joe Kruger || DE || Utah |
| 161 || Green Bay || Michael Williams || TE || Alabama |
| 162 || Houston || Keith Pough || LB || Harvard |
| 163 || Denver || Michael Buchanan || DE || Illinois |
| 164 || Washington || Adrian Bushell || CB || Louisville |
| 165 || Atlanta || Braxston Cave || C || Notre Dame |
| 166 || San Francisco || Joseph Fauria || TE || UCLA |
| 167 || Baltimore || Ace Sanders || WR || South Carolina |
| 168 || Baltimore || A.J. Klein || LB || Iowa State |
| 169 || Tennessee || Everett Dawkins || DE || Florida State |
| Pick || Team || Player || Position || College |
| 170 || Jacksonville || Levine Toilolo || TE || Stanford |
| 171 || Kansas City || Corey Fuller || WR || Virginia Tech |
| 172 || Detroit || Josh Evans || S || Florida |
| 173 || Oakland || Josh Boyce || WR || Texas Christian |
| 174 || Philadelphia || Braden Hansen || G || BYU |
| 175 || Cleveland || Chris Gragg || TE || Arkansas |
| 176 || Arizona || Josh Boyd || DT || Mississippi State |
| 177 || Arizona || Micah Hyde || CB || Iowa |
| 178 || Buffalo || Chris Jones || DT || Bowling Green |
| 179 || New York (J) || Meshak Williams || LB || Kansas State |
| 180 || San Diego || Travis Long || LB || Washington State |
| 181 || San Francisco || Kwame Geathers || DT || Georgia |
| 182 || Tampa Bay || Marc Anthony || CB || California |
| 183 || Carolina || Brad Wing || P || Louisiana State |
| 184 || New Orleans || Devin Smith || CB || Wisconsin |
| 185 || St. Louis || Bradley McDougald || S || Kansas |
| 186 || Dallas || Marcus Davis || WR || Virginia Tech |
| 187 || Pittsburgh || Johnny Adams || CB || Michigan State |
| 188 || New York (G) || Jasper Collins || WR || Mt. Union |
| 189 || Chicago || Stefphon Jefferson || RB || Nevada |
| 190 || Arizona || Ray Graham || RB || Pittsburgh |
| 191 || Cincinnati || Kerwynn Williams || RB || Utah State |
| 192 || Washington || J.J. Wilcox || S || Georgia Southern |
| 193 || Indianapolis || Steve Beauharnais || LB || Rutgers |
| 194 || Green Bay || Keenan Davis || WR || Iowa |
| 195 || Seattle || Mychal Rivera || TE || Tennessee |
| 196 || Houston || John Boyett || S || Oregon |
| 197 || Philadelphia || Jordan Rodgers || QB || Vanderbilt |
| 198 || Cincinnati || Terrence Brown || CB || Stanford |
| 199 || Atlanta || Greg Blair || LB || Cincinnati |
| 200 || San Francisco || Theo Riddick || WR || Notre Dame |
| 201 || Baltimore || Cory Grissom || DT || South Florida |
| 202 || Houston (comp) || Marquess Wilson || WR || Washington State |
| 203 || New York (G) (comp) || Anthony McCloud || DT || Florida State |
| 204 || Oakland (comp) || Stansly Maponga || DE || Texas Christian |
| 205 || Oakland (comp) || Collin Klein || QB || Kansas State |
| 206 || Baltimore (comp) || Zeke Motta || S || Notre Dame |
| Team || Player || Position || College |
| 207. Kansas City || Tremayne Scott || DE || Ohio |
| 208. Jacksonville || Devin Street || WR || Pittsburgh |
| 209. Oakland || Knile Davis || RB || Arkansas |
| 210. Cleveland || William Campbell || DE || Michigan |
| 211. Detroit || Xavier Nixon || OT || Florida |
| 212. Cleveland || Wes Horton || LB || Southern California |
| 213. Minnesota || Terron Armstead || OT || Arkansas-Pine Bluff |
| 214. Seattle || Quanterus Smith || LB || Western Kentucky |
| 215. New York (J) || Philip Lutzenkirchen || TE || Auburn |
| 216. Tennessee || Albert Rosette || LB || Nevada |
| 217. Miami || Brad Madison || LB || Missouri |
| 218. New England || Dan Buckner || WR || Arizona |
| 219. Oakland || Sanders Commings || CB || Georgia |
| 220. New Orleans || Dalton Freeman || C || Clemson |
| 221. San Diego || DeVonte Holloman || LB || South Carolina |
| 222. St. Louis || Cierre Wood || RB || Notre Dame |
| 223. Pittsburgh || Alex Hurst || OT || Louisiana State |
| 224. Miami || Nigel Malone || CB || Kansas State |
| 225. New York (G) || Greg Reid || CB || Valdosta State |
| 226. Tampa Bay || Zach Boren || FB || Ohio State |
| 227. San Francisco || Dustin Hopkins || K || Florida State |
| 228. Washington || Demontre Hurst || CB || Oklahoma |
| 229. Minnesota || Quinton Dial || DE || Alabama |
| 230. Philadelphia || Ray Polk || S || Colorado |
| 231. Seattle || Alonzo Highsmith || LB || Arkansas |
| 232. Green Bay || Oscar Johnson || OT || Louisiana Tech |
| 233. Houston || Joe Madsen || C || West Virginia |
| 234. Denver || Dennis Johnson || RB || Arkansas |
| 235. New England || Roy Roundtree || WR || Michigan |
| 236. Atlanta || Brodrick Brown || CB || Oklahoma State |
| 237. San Francisco || Bruce Taylor || LB || Virginia Tech |
| 238. Baltimore || Mike Edwards || CB || Hawaii |
| 239. Pittsburgh (comp) || Craig Roh || DE || Michigan |
| 240. Seattle (comp) || Travis Johnson || DE || San Jose State |
| 241. Seattle (comp) || Jordan Kovacs || S || Michigan |
| 242. Atlanta (comp) || Marcus Sales || WR || Syracuse |
| 243. Cincinnati (comp) || Kenny Tate || LB || Maryland |
| 244. San Francisco (comp) || Robbie Rouse || RB || Fresno State |
| 245. Detroit (comp) || Omoregie Uzzi || G || Georgia Tech |
| 246. San Francisco (comp) || Rashard Hall || S || Clemson |
| 247. Atlanta (comp) || Sheldon Price || CB || UCLA |
| 248. Tennessee (comp) || Zac Stacy || RB || Vanderbilt |
| 249. Jacksonville (comp) || Emmett Cleary || OT || Boston College |
| 250. Kansas City (comp) || Alex Carder || QB || Western Michigan |