Michael Rochman, ESNY’s resident draft expert, brings us his final 7-round NFL Mock Draft with the Cleveland Browns shaking it up.

As the prospects now are finished with meetings and private workouts, team’s draft boards and official needs have become more transparent. While a perfect mock draft is near impossible, the day comes closer and we are getting a generally good feeling about what to expect come Apr. 27 when Roger Goodell takes the stage to announce that the 2017 draft has begun.

For some, the draft is a stepping stone, using it as hope to build for the future. For some, it’s their breakthrough, as teams have been gearing up to make playoffs and with the additional assets they attain in Philadelphia hope to be one of the 12 teams playing in January. While for others, it’s reloading, hoping to get back to the playoffs and this time with eyes set on the silver Lombardi.

One thing is certain, no matter your expectations for the regular season, everyone has hopes of walking away the winner at the 2017 NFL Draft.

1. Cleveland Browns:

Myles Garrett, EDGE, Texas A&M

The Cleveland Browns have been on the clock since Jan. 1 after an overtime loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers second unit. While losing to backups and sporting a 1-15 record can be quite demoralizing, the Browns have young promising pieces that can keep hopes high for the future of the franchise. Adding Myles Garrett is the best pick as Garrett is this year’s far and away best player. Standing at 6-foot-4 weighing 272 pounds, Garrett will come in and immediately apply pressure off the edge. An instant high impact player and potential franchise centerpiece will only raise hopes for the Browns as their focus on the future becomes much more enticing to the Dawg Pound.

2. San Francisco 49ers:

Marshon Lattimore, CB, Ohio State

With the release of Tramaine Brock and the already dire need at CB, Lattimore becomes the second pick of the night. Lattimore is an all around CB with excellent deception skills to force turnovers and lock down his matchup. The 49ers will have a long way to go before they are competing and will need more CBs before the draft is over but expect this to be the start to fixing their secondary.

Oct 15, 2016; Baton Rouge, LA, USA; LSU Tigers safety Jamal Adams (33) celebrates after picking up a fumble during the third quarter of a game against the Southern Miss Golden Eagles at Tiger Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Derick E. Hingle-USA TODAY Sports

3. Chicago Bears:

Jamal Adams, S, LSU

The Bears and Ryan Pace are trying to climb out of the dark pit that Pace first entered in at. He’s done a good job and will now bring in a highly touted secondary piece to help this team rise to even higher play. Adrian Amos can hold the FS spot and paired with Jamal Adams allows the Bears to finally have a comfortable safety duo with good promise. The Bears still have a long way to go to be where they want, but after this draft they should be on the right path.

4. Jacksonville Jaguars:

Leonard Fournette, HB, LSU

The Jaguars are attempting to salvage Blake Bortles and call me foolish but I think they can. But in order to help, they must provide him with a running game so he has help to produce. With Marrone taking over the expectations have again been raised high in Jacksonville and “the second coming of AP will only add to that hype.” Fournette is a great power back with deceptive speed. He will make big plays and if he is the pick should help Jacksonville make the next step.

5. Cleveland Browns*:

[1(12),2(52),’18 2nd (HOU)] for [1(5) and 6(214)]:

Mitchell Trubisky, QB, UNC

In the first trade of the draft, the Titans are eager to move back after missing out on both Lattimore and Adams. But due to their QB still being on the board, the Browns are still willing to pay a good price in order to move up. Trubisky is an Ohio-raised kid who has loved the Browns since he was young. While the Browns likely won’t pass on Garrett with the first pick. They could still get Trubisky if he happens to fall past San Francisco. Hue has been looking for the franchise QB to accelerate the team’s rebuilding process and after the dominoes fall their way, they may have finally found him.

6. New York Jets:

Malik Hooker, FS, Ohio State

Bowles knows what a good FS can do by his time in Arizona. Hooker can cover sideline-to-sideline and can give hope to this defense for building a good enough secondary to cover for the front 7. Hooker is a turnover machine who can cause a QB to think twice before throwing and that will go a long way immediately and in the future. The Jets may not be looking to contend next year but with a great young free safety and leader of the defense there is certainly a reason to be optimistic for the future.

7. Los Angeles Chargers:

Solomon Thomas, EDGE, Stanford

December 31, 2016; Glendale, AZ, USA; Ohio State Buckeyes safety Malik Hooker (24) against the Clemson Tigers in the 2016 CFP semifinal at University of Phoenix Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports

The Los Angeles Chargers are in a weird situation of having a good team, but they can never stay healthy. While this does bring in high quality draft picks, it’s something Charger fans are ready to put an end to. The Chargers went into last year’s draft and came away with the Defensive Player of the Year in Edge rusher Joey Bosa. So looking to add to the pressure already provided by Bosa the Chargers go again to give help on the opposite side by bringing in Solomon Thomas an absolute beast to transform this Charger pass rush that was a weakness just two years ago into a strength.

8. Carolina Panthers:

Christian McCaffrey, HB, Stanford

I’m not sure how I personally feel about this pick, but the writing’s on the wall. The fit for McCaffrey in Carolina in undeniable it’s the value that I question. But, let’s dig in: this offseason the Carolina Panthers hired Lance Turner as their WRs coach, previously Turner was a running backs coach at Stanford University. With a reliable power back in Jonathan Stewart and Cam Newton taking a large portion of carries, McCaffrey isn’t asked to be a bell cow but can be used as a versatile option for efficient use. Value wise, I’m not sure this is the right pick. But based on facts and fit, it seems McCaffrey will be wearing black and blue next season.

9. Cincinnati Bengals:

O.J. Howard, TE, Alabama

While this may come as a bit of a surprise to me it’s fairly obvious. Eifert, although a talented tight end, hasn’t played in all 16 games once in his four-year career and only started in two this past season. With his contract expiring next offseason the Bengals will have a choice to make on if they want to pay him big money, or let him walk. While the selection of O.J. Howard may seem to be pushing him out the door, it actually is just providing the Bengals with options. The two tight end set has proved efficient for many offenses and a duo of Eifert and Howard could address the lack of weapons Dalton has.

10. Buffalo Bills:

Mike Williams, WR, Clemson

The Buffalo Bills almost sent themselves to the bottom of my power rankings when they considered cutting Tyrod in order to get out of his contract. The issue isn’t Tyrod in my opinion, and I hope the same idea is in the head of those in Buffalo. By bringing in Mike Williams, Tyrod finally has a reliable receiver weapon. Watkins is injured far too often and Woods left in free agency, so the pick fills a definite need. Williams is a good physical receiver who will help Tyrod find more efficiency and help the Bills find a durable top WR.

Dec 31, 2016; Atlanta, GA, USA; Alabama Crimson Tide linebacker Reuben Foster (10) during warm-ups before the 2016 CFP Semifinal against the Washington Huskies at the Georgia Dome. Alabama defeated Washington 24-7. Mandatory Credit: Jason Getz-USA TODAY Sports

11. New Orleans Saints:

Reuben Foster, LB, Alabama

A failed drug test with other red flags may hurt him a little but a talent like Foster won’t fall far and for a team like New Orleans, this is a guy you can’t let by. Foster provides the Saints will a linebacker and potential young leader for this defense. The Saints must address talent early in this draft and the need at linebacker also exists, this is a great first grab for New Orleans.

12. Tennessee Titans*:

[1(5) and 6(214)] for [1(12),2(52),’18 2nd (HOU)]:

Gareon Conley, CB, Ohio State

After missing out on Lattimore the Titans still end up with a talented corner in Conley. A nice lengthy quick-footed corner who allows a low completion percentage and can fit in any corner scheme asked of him. The Titans are building something special and have an obvious need in the secondary if they want to continue building on that, by bringing in Logan Ryan in free agency and drafting Gareon Conley they fill up their CB position and are ready to take the next step.

13. Arizona Cardinals:

Patrick Mahomes II, QB, Texas Tech

QB No. 2 is off the board and the Cardinals should be ecstatic. In terms of ceiling there may not be a higher prospect than Mahomes and with time to develop under Palmer for a year along with the help of QB Whisperer, Bruce Arians, Mahomes would be set up to have a very successful career. Although Mahomes comes from a gimmick offense, he is known to be an extremely hard worker with some of the best natural tools in the draft. The Cardinals when healthy are a playoff team but also they must find out ways to keep the talent level high when some of their higher caliber player inevitably retire. Mahomes is a perfect option for the Cardinals to get a great player for their future.

14. Washington Redskins*:

Nov 4, 2016; East Hartford, CT, USA; Connecticut Huskies quarterback Donovan Williams (15) gets hit by Temple Owls defensive lineman Haason Reddick (7) in the second quarter at Pratt & Whitney Stadium at Rentschler Field. Mandatory Credit: David Butler II-USA TODAY Sports

[1(17) and 4(113)] for [1(14)]

Haason Reddick, LB, Temple

When the offseason first started, many people were unfamiliar with Haason Reddick, and if they were familiar with him, he was viewed as an EDGE rusher. Now Reddick after a strong senior bowl, combine, and many great workouts, will find himself going in the first round. According to sources, the Redskins are infatuated with Reddick and want to bring him in to help build the defense into a strong force to help give them a chance to reach playoffs. When draft day rolls around, if Reddick is on the board when Washington is up, expect the pick to be made.

15. Indianapolis Colts:

Jonathan Allen, DL, Alabama

In his first draft as GM, Chris Ballard is practically gifted a top-five player due to concerns regarding health. Ballard won’t pass on the opportunity though, being quoted saying he loves to get the big guys for the trenches Ballard will practically waste no time making the call to inform Goodell the Colts will select Allen. The Colts need to find an identity on defense as they’ve started the process of protecting Andrew Luck and have weapons around him. The next part to returning to playoffs is to form a defense. Allen is a day one starter who will immediately create a new level of impact for the team. The Colts may have more holes to fill but with grabbing Allen they’re off to a good start.

16. Baltimore Ravens:

Derek Barnett, EDGE, Tennessee

If there’s one thing we know about Ozzie Newsome, it’s that he loves to draft the best player available. So when that player also fills a need, it’s a great draft day for Baltimore. Barnett was a production machine at Tennessee and is one of the most technically sound prospects in this draft. While there are questions over certain measurables such as his arm length and some game aspects like his overthinking, Barnett is worth the pick and will help Baltimore continue their tradition of a strong defense.

17. Philadelphia Eagles*:

[1(14)] for [1(17) and 4(113)]

Kevin King, CB, Washington

It’s quite obvious when it comes to the Eagles that corner is the biggest need. While some would flirt with the idea of taking Dalvin Cook or another running back here, the obvious need is corner. While you may not be familiar with King, his upside and talent are undeniable. Standing 6-foot-3 at 200 pounds, size will never be an issue for King. Philadelphia is trying to find an identity at defensive back and is still young so going with a high upside potential CB1 is a great pick in what is hoped to be the rebuilding process to being Philadelphia it’s first Lombardi.

Dec 28, 2016; Orlando, FL, USA; Miami Hurricanes tight end David Njoku (86) reacts after a touchdown in the second half against the West Virginia Mountaineers in the Russell Athletic Bowl at Camping World Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Jonathan Dyer-USA TODAY Sports

18. Tennessee Titans:

David Njoku, TE, Miami (FL)

While I’m a fan of Corey Davis here based on NFL insight, it appears teams aren’t as high on him as us outsiders are. Njoku isn’t a bad pickup for the Titans, though. After losing Fasano and Walker aging quickly the Titans need to address this spot before it’s too late. While trying to plug Njoku into Fasano’s role may not work as well as Njoku isn’t fully developed blocking wise, the potential provided and the capability of the offensive when having both Walker and Njoku on the field could lead to big things for the Titan offense that is already efficient. With addressing the starting news, the Titans continue their process of building one of the scariest young teams in the NFL.

19. Tampa Bay Buccaneers:

Ryan Ramczyk, OT, Wisconsin

The Buccaneers almost broke through to make the playoffs last year and this year their goal is clear, make the jump. Ramczyk being brought in provides Tampa with a day one starter who could be there for a very long time to help protect Winston in order to bring this offense to the next level. While some feel the Bucs need to fix their defense to get to the next level, I believe at this pick the defensive talent isn’t worth the grab. A talent like Ramczyk along with the depth of this class will go a long way for the Buccaneers and their hopes of playing in January.

Nov 26, 2016; Boulder, CO, USA; Utah Utes offensive lineman Garett Bolles (72) during the second half against the Colorado Buffaloes at Folsom Field. The Buffaloes defeated the Utes 27-22. Mandatory Credit: Ron Chenoy-USA TODAY Sports

20. Denver Broncos:

Cam Robinson, OT, Alabama

Broncos fans know just how much a bad offensive line can do to ruin your team. While bringing in Ronald Leary and Menelik Watson will help, their line still needs more. Cam Robinson is arguably the top offensive tackle in this draft and if not for character concerns, he may have gone a lot higher. The Broncos are willing to overlook that in order to get protection for either Siemian or Lynch for the upcoming season.

21. Detroit Lions:

Jarrad Davis, LB, Florida

The Lions had an impressive season going on until Matt Stafford dislocated his finger. However, with the defense they had, it was hard to be optimistic. Their biggest hole was at linebacker and that’s where Davis comes in. An athletic, tackling machine who will come in and start day one for the Lions. As Detroit has seemed to put together a very effective offense, helping the defense in the next step will to a long way.

22. Miami Dolphins:

Forrest Lamp, OG, Western Kentucky

With the trade of Albert to Jacksonville, the Dolphins will put Tunsil at his true position of left tackle, and that creates two holes at offensive guard. By plugging in Forrest Lamp, they’ve filled in one of them. Lamp is arguably the best lineman in this draft and falling to 22 is a gift for Miami. Gase had said at the end of the regular season that this draft would focus on defense but a talent like Lamp, when the need exists for protection is too good to pass up.

23. New York Giants:

Garett Bolles, OT, Utah

There are many ways the Giants could go here, but they seem to be buying into their offense and in order to do that they need protection. Bolles is an athletically gifted tackle with very quick feet. Concerns over him already being 25 are there, but the Giants must find an option to protect Manning and let the offense be as efficient as possible.

24. Chicago Bears*:

[2(36), 3(67), and 2018 3rd] for [1(24) and 7(242)]

Deshaun Watson, QB, Clemson

Despite the signing of Mike Glennon, the Bears are still in search of their quarterback for next season. Before the Texans could get the on the clock the Bears went and got the guy they like most. Watson has the résumé to impress teams, but in terms of analytics, the odds are against him. The Bears, however, will take the risk and give the young QB a chance as their future quarterback for the franchise. The Windy City has gone quite some time without a franchise QB and the selection of Deshaun Watson might just be that guy for the Bears.

25. Houston Texans:

Obi Melifonwu, S, UCONN

Despite the obvious need at QB, after missing out on their top three they decide to wait and draft another position of need. At strong safety, the athletic freak Obi Melifonwu fills the hole for the Texans as they somehow continue to strengthen the defense. With more coverage added the Texans go into the next round looking to find a new QB.

26. Seattle Seahawks:

Malik McDowell, DL, Michigan State

Based on pure talent, McDowell is likely a top five pick. However, with his unique body style and reports of poor work ethic and attitude, he’s likely to be available later in the round. In a strong locker room with a strong defensive line, McDowell could shine. At Michigan State, he had a down year but that could be blamed on the lack of talent around him. When a member of a talented Michigan State defense, he entered the year as a projected top-five pick. With a hole on the defensive line, McDowell can plug and play immediately and become the next great member of the Seattle defense.

Mar 4, 2017; Indianapolis, IN, USA; Notre Dame Fighting Irish quarterback DeShone Kizer throws a pass during the 2017 NFL Combine at Lucas Oil Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY Sports

27. Kansas City Chiefs:

DeShone Kizer, QB, Notre Dame

Whether it’s media hype or not, I’m convinced the Chiefs are ready to select their next QB. With the last two draft classes getting high volume snap totals, and lack of immediate needs in the lineup, the Chiefs go with their next QB. Kizer is a big QB who has great potential to be a star in this league. A similar skill set to Donovan McNabb, Andy Reid will have a head start in his development. Kizer had a sluggish end to the year to hurt his stock and has some consistency issues, but in the right system and given time to develop, Kizer could be a huge get here at 27.

28. Dallas Cowboys:

Quincy Wilson, CB, Florida

After the losses of Morris Claiborne and Brandon Carr, the Cowboys face an uphill climb to reform their defense. With the talent on the board, I chose Wilson. A 6-foot-2 corner with a fiery attitude to compete. Won’t miss many tackles and his coverage ability is good enough to where you’ll never view him as someone to give up big plays. The Cowboys are filled with young talent and have hopes of adding to the success of last season. With the talent Wilson immediately brings, that hope shines a little brighter.

29. Los Angeles Rams*:

[2(37), 4(112), and 5(149)] for [1(29) and 6(212)]

Corey Davis, WR, Western Michigan

Say what you will about Jared Goff, but the Rams must do what they can to build around him. They’ve fixed up their O-line, and have a great back in Todd Gurley, now they need weapons. Corey Davis is a perfect fit. Standing at 6-foot-3, the Rams can finally bring in a top receiver that they’ve lacked since Holt. Davis has questions just like every other prospect but was able to do well even against higher competition. The Rams, after addressing their major needs in free agency, can afford to make the move and get the best receiver available on the board.

30. Pittsburgh Steelers:

Sep 3, 2016; Houston, TX, USA; Houston Cougars linebacker Tyus Bowser (81) during the game against the Oklahoma Sooners at NRG Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Troy Taormina-USA TODAY Sports

Tyus Bowser, EDGE, Houston

Two players I’m extremely high on in this draft are Jordan Willis and Tyus Bowser. So I hate that I am making the choice to let them fall this far, Bowser is an incredible hybrid edge who will take the leave by storm. He has production ability when healthy and athletically compares to Von Miller. The Steelers are looking to upgrade their team in order to surpass the Patriots and a pick like Bowser will only help that possibility.

31. Atlanta Falcons:

Taco Charlton, EDGE, Michigan

The edge talent in this class is remarkable and thus is the reason players like Charlton might fall. The Falcons need an edge opposite of Beasley and Charlton has great size and ability to be that guy. The Falcons were two quarters away or even maybe even one sack away from being super bowl champions and their need at edge can push them to become even better. The Falcons have a great roster set to contend and need to be efficient without Shanahan but another presence in the front seven will go a long way for them.

32. New Orleans Saints*:

Charles Harris, EDGE, Missouri

After going linebacker in round one, the Saints need to get a pass rusher to go opposite of Cameron Jordan. The Saints are in an attempt to rebuild as fast as possible while Brees is still playing, and are willing to spend their early picks on needs if necessary. Harris is a great edge rusher from the long line of Missouri edge rushers in recent years. An explosive, loose rusher with a great spin move off the line and with an already impressive defensive line Harris will be able to capitalize on the opportunities given to him. The Saints will head into the second day feeling much better about their defense.

December 2, 2016; Santa Clara, CA, USA; Washington Huskies defensive back Sidney Jones (26) celebrates after the Pac-12 championship against the Colorado Buffaloes at Levi’s Stadium. The Huskies defeated the Buffaloes 41-10. Mandatory Credit: Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports

Round 2:

# Team Selection Position College
33 Cleveland Browns Jabrill Peppers Nickel Michigan
34 San Francisco 49ers Jordan Willis EDGE Kansas State
35 Jacksonville Jaguars Dan Feeney OG Indiana
36 *Oakland Raiders* Budda Baker FS Washington
37 *Green Bay Packers* TJ Watt EDGE Wisconsin
38 Los Angeles Chargers Roderick Johnson OT Florida State
39 New York Jets Sidney Jones CB Washington
40 Carolina Panthers Takkarist McKinley EDGE UCLA
41 Cincinnati Bengals John Ross WR Washington
42 New Orleans Saints Tre’Davious White CB LSU
43 Philadelphia Eagles Joe Mixon HB Oklahoma
44 Buffalo Bills Marlon Humphrey CB Alabama
45 Arizona Cardinals Zach Cunningham LB Vanderbilt
46 Indianapolis Colts Dalvin Cook HB Florida State
47 Minnesota Vikings Pat Elflein OG Ohio State
48 Baltimore Ravens Chris Godwin WR Penn State
49 Washington Redskins Marcus Williams FS Utah
50 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Desmond King FS Iowa
51 Denver Broncos Evan Engram TE Ole Miss
52 *Tennessee Titans* Marcus Maye SS Florida
53 Detroit Lions Montravius Adams DL Auburn
54 Miami Dolphins Carl Lawson EDGE Auburn
55 New York Giants Alvin Kamara HB Tennessee
56 Oakland Raiders Raekwon McMillan LB Ohio State
57 Houston Texans Davis Webb QB California
58 Seattle Seahawks Ahkello Witherspoon CB Colorado
59 Kansas City Chiefs Chidobe Awuzie CB Colorado
60 Dallas Cowboys Derek Rivers EDGE Youngstown State
61 Green Bay Packers Cordrea Tankersley CB Clemson
62 Pittsburgh Steelers Anthony Walker Jr LB N’Western
63 Atlanta Falcons Justin Evans FS Texas A&M
64 *Carolina Panthers* Taylor Moton OT Western Michigan
Nov 12, 2016; Iowa City, IA, USA; Michigan Wolverines tight end Jake Butt (88) catches a pass for a first down in front of Iowa Hawkeyes defensive back Manny Rugamba (5) at Kinnick Stadium. Iowa beat Michigan 14 to 13. Mandatory Credit: Reese Strickland-USA TODAY Sports

Round 3:

# Team Selection Position College
65 Cleveland Browns Fabian Moreau CB UCLA
66 San Francisco 49ers Zay Jones WR East Carolina
67 *Oakland Raiders* Antonio Garcia OT Troy
68 Jacksonville Jaguars Bucky Hodges TE Virginia Tech
69 Los Angeles Rams Ethan Pocic C LSU
70 New York Jets Rasul Douglas CB West Virginia
71 Los Angeles Chargers Josh Jones S North Carolina State
72 *New England Patriots* Daeshon Hall EDGE Texas A&M
73 Cincinnati Bengals D’Onta Foreman HB Texas
74 Philadelphia Eagles Cameron Sutton CB Tennessee
75 Buffalo Bills Dion Dawkins OT Temple
76 New Orleans Saints Nathan Peterman QB Pittsburgh
77 Arizona Cardinals John Johnson SS Boston College
78 Minnesota Vikings Chris Wormley DL Michigan
79 Indianapolis Colts Tedric Thompson FS Colorado
80 Baltimore Ravens Cooper Kupp WR Eastern Washington
81 Washington Redskins Caleb Brantley DL Florida
82 Denver Broncos Curtis Samuel WR/RB Ohio State
83 Tennessee Titans Duke Riley LB LSU
84 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Jake Butt TE Michigan
85 Detroit Lions Tim Williams EDGE Alabama
86 *Minnesota Vikings* Alex Anzalone LB Florida
87 New York Giants Adam Shaheen TE Ashland
88 Oakland Raiders Larry Ogunjobi DL NC Charlotte
89 Houston Texans Julie’n Davenport OT Bucknell
90 Seattle Seahawks Dorian Johnson OG Pittsburgh
91 Kansas City Chiefs Jalen Reeves-Maybin LB Tennessee
92 Dallas Cowboys Teez Tabor CB Florida
93 Green Bay Packers Kareem Hunt HB Toledo
94 Pittsburgh Steelers Montae Nicholson S Michigan State
95 Atlanta Falcons Danny Isadora OG Miami (FL)
96 New England Patriots Shaquill Griffin CB UCF
97 Miami Dolphins Vince Biegel LB Wisconsin
98 Carolina Panthers Carlos Henderson WR Louisiana Tech
99 Baltimore Ravens Howard Wilson CB Houston
100 Tennessee Titans Josh Malone WR Tennessee
101 Denver Broncos Jaleel Johnson DL Iowa
102 Seattle Seahawks Gerald Everett TE Southern Alabama
103 *New Orleans Saints Jordan Leggett TE Clemson
104 *Kansas City Chiefs Tarell Basham EDGE Ohio
105 Pittsburgh Steelers Jerod Evans QB Virginia Tech
106 Seattle Seahawks Adoree’ Jackson DB USC
107 New York Jets Ryan Anderson EDGE Alabama
Jan 9, 2017; Tampa, FL, USA; Clemson Tigers defensive tackle Carlos Watkins (94) reacts during the first quarter against the Alabama Crimson Tide in the 2017 College Football Playoff National Championship Game at Raymond James Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

Round 4:

# Team Selection Position College
108 Cleveland Browns Dalvin Tomlinson DL Alabama
109 San Francisco 49ers Brad Kaaya QB Miami (FL)
110 Chicago Bears ArDarius Stewart WR Alabama
111 Jacksonville Jaguars David Sharpe OT Florida
112 *Green Bay Packers* Jourdan Lewis CB Michigan
113 *Philadelphia Eagles* JuJu Smith-Shuster WR USC
114 Los Angeles Chargers Jeremy McNichols HB Boise State
115 Carolina Panthers Delano Hill FS Michigan
116 Cincinnati Bengals DeMarcus Walker EDGE Florida State
117 *Chicago Bears* Corn Elder CB Miami (FL)
118 Philadelphia Eagles Chase Roullier OL Wyoming
New England Patriots
119 Arizona Cardinals Michael Roberts TE Toledo
120 Indianapolis Colts Channing Stribling CB Michigan
121 *Philadelphia Eagles* Will Holden OT Vanderbilt
122 Baltimore Ravens Blair Brown LB Ohio
123 Washington Redskins Brian Hill HB Wyoming
124 Tennessee Titans Tanoh Kpassagnon DL Villanova
125 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Kendell Beckwith LB LSU
126 Denver Broncos Joe Mathis EDGE Washington
127 Detroit Lions Taywan Taylor WR Western Kentucky
128 *Minnesota Vikings* Adam Bisnowaty OT Pittsburgh
129 Oakland Raiders Ryan Switzer WR UNC
130 Houston Texans Elijah Qualls NT Washington
131 *New England Patriots* Jarron Jones DL Notre Dame
132 Kansas City Chiefs Wayne Gallman HB Clemson
133 Dallas Cowboys Zach Banner OL USC
134 Green Bay Packers Jayon Brown LB UCLA
135 Pittsburgh Steelers Semaje Perine HB Oklahoma
136 Atlanta Falcons Jeremy Sprinkle TE Arkansas
137 *Indianapolis Colts* Nico Siragusa OG San Diego State
138 Cincinnati Bengals Rayshawn Jenkins S Miami (FL)
139 Philadelphia Eagles George Kittle TE Iowa
140 New York Giants Carlos Watkins DL Clemson
141 Los Angeles Rams Isaac Asiata OG Utah
142 Cleveland Browns Josh Reynolds WR Texas A&M
143 San Francisco 49ers Marlon Mack HB South Florida
144 Indianapolis Colts Eddie Jackson S Alabama
Oct 8, 2016; Winston-Salem, NC, USA; Wake Forest Demon Deacons linebacker Marquel Lee (8) stands on the field during a timeout in the first quarter against the Syracuse Orange at BB&T Field. Wake defeated Syracuse 28-9. Mandatory Credit: Jeremy Brevard-USA TODAY Sports

Round 5:

Team Selection Position College
145 Cleveland Browns Xavier Woods S Louisiana Tech
146 San Francisco 49ers Marquez White CB Florida State
147 Chicago Bears Davon Godchaux DL LSU
148 Jacksonville Jaguars Trey Hendrickson EDGE Florida Atlantic
149 *Green Bay Packers* Dawuane Smoot EDGE Illinois
150 New York Jets Marquel Lee LB Wake Forest
151 Los Angeles Chargers Josh Dobbs QB Tennessee
152 Carolina Panthers Jonnu Smith TE Florida Atlantic
153 Cincinnati Bengals Elijah Lee LB Kansas State
154 *Washington Redskins* Brendan Langley CB Lamar
155 Philadelphia Eagles Eddie Vanderdoes DL UCLA
156 Buffalo Bills Lorenzo Jerome FS St. Francis (PA)
157 Arizona Cardinals Tyler Orlosky C West Virginia
158 Minnesota Vikings Erik Magnuson OL Michigan
159 Indianapolis Colts Dylan Cole LB Missouri State
160 Baltimore Ravens Avery Gennesy OT Texas A&M
161 *San Francisco 49ers* Chad Hansen WR California
162 Tennessee Titans Carroll Phillips EDGE Illinois
163 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Amara Darboh WR Michigan
164 *New England Patriots* Damarius Travis SS Minnesota
165 Detroit Lions Matthew Dayes HB North Carolina State
166 Miami Dolphins Eric Saubert TE Drake
167 New York Giants Paul Magloire LB Arizona
168 Oakland Raiders Jamaal Williams HB BYU
169 Houston Texans Nazair Jones DL UNC
Seattle Seahawks
170 Kansas City Chiefs Jehu Chesson WR Michigan
171 *Buffalo Bills* James Connor HB Pittsburgh
172 Green Bay Packers Cole Hikutini TE Louisville
173 Pittsburgh Steelers Ricky Seals Jones WR Texas A&M
174 Atlanta Falcons Jadar Johnson S Clemson
175 *Cleveland Browns* Jylan Ware OT Alabama State
176 Cincinnati Bengals Travin Dural WR LSU
177 Denver Broncos Shelton Gibson WR West Virginia
178 Miami Dolphins Tanzel Smart DL Tulane
179 Arizona Cardinals Elijah Hood HB UNC
180 Kansas City Chiefs DJ Jones DL Ole Miss
181 Cleveland Browns Aaron Jones HB UTEP
182 Green Bay Packers Noah Brown WR Ohio State
183 New England Patriots Fadol Brown EDGE Ole Miss
184 Miami Dolphins TJ Logan HB UNC
Oct 22, 2016; Tempe, AZ, USA; Arizona State Sun Devils kicker Zane Gonzalez (5) against the Washington State Cougars at Sun Devil Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports

Round 6:

# Team Selection Position College
185 Cleveland Browns Jordan Morgan OG Kutztown
186 San Francisco 49ers Ben Gedeon LB Michigan
187 *Houston Texans* Steven Taylor LB Houston
188 Jacksonville Jaguars CJ Beathard QB Iowa
189 Los Angeles Rams Connor McDermott OT UCLA
190 Los Angeles Chargers KD Cannon WR Baylor
191 New York Jets Mack Hollins WR UNC
192 Carolina Panthers Jalen Myrick CB Minnesota
193 Cincinnati Bengals Zane Gonzalez K Arizona State
194 Philadelphia Eagles Ejuan Price EDGE Pittsburgh
195 Buffalo Bills Chad Kelly QB Ole Miss
196 New Orleans Saints De’Veon Smith HB Michigan
197 Arizona Cardinals Malachi Dupre WR LSU
198 New England Patriots Brian Allen DB Utah
199 Minnesota Vikings Darrell Daniels TE Washington
200 Baltimore Ravens Sam Rogers FB Virginia Tech
201 Washington Redskins Aviante Collins OL TCU
202 *San Francisco 49ers* Deatrich Wise Jr EDGE Arkansas
203 *Denver Broncos* Avery Moss EDGE Youngstown State
204 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Cooper Rush QB Central Michigan
205 Detroit Lions Noble Nwachukwu EDGE West Virginia
206 Miami Dolphins Chuck Clark CB Virginia Tech
207 New York Giants Ashton Lampkin CB Oklahoma State
208 Oakland Raiders Bryan Cox Jr. EDGE Florida
209 *Washington Redskins* Keion Adams EDGE Western Michigan
210 Seattle Seahawks Jeremy Clark CB Michigan
Kansas City Chiefs
211 Dallas Cowboys Travis Rudolph WR Florida State
212 *Los Angeles Rams* DeAngelo Henderson HB Coastal Carolina
213 Pittsburgh Steelers Josh Harvey-Clemons S Louisville
214 *Cleveland Browns* Austin Caitro LB Villanova
215 *Detroit Lions* Anthony Auclair TE Laval
216 Kansas City Chiefs Storm Norton OT Toledo
217 Cincinnati Bengals Ishmael Zamora WR Baylor
218 Kansas City Chiefs Ryan Glasgow DL Michigan
Nov 14, 2015; Starkville, MS, USA; Mississippi State Bulldogs offensive lineman Justin Senior (58) blocks Alabama Crimson Tide linebacker Denzel Devall (30) during the game at Davis Wade Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Marvin Gentry-USA TODAY Sports

Round 7:

# Team Selection Position College
219 *San Francisco 49ers* Damontae Kazee CB San Diego State
220 *Washington Redskins* Charles Walker DL Oklahoma
221 Chicago Bears Robert Davis WR Georgia State
222 Jacksonville Jaguars Jeremiah Ledbetter DL Arkansas
223 Los Angeles Rams Tashawn Bower EDGE LSU
224 New York Jets Justin Senior OT Mississippi State
225 Los Angeles Chargers Harvey Langi LB BYU
226 *Seattle Seahawks* Trenton DeCoud CB Oregon State
227 Cincinnati Bengals Jon Toth C Kentucky
228 *Dallas Cowboys* William Likely III CB Maryland
229 New Orleans Saints Levon Myers OT Northern Illinois
230 Philadelphia Eagles Vincent Taylor DL Oklahoma State
231 Arizona Cardinals Jessamen Dunker OG Tennessee State
232 Minnesota Vikings Nathan Gerry S Nebraska
233 *Carolina Panthers* Damien Mama OG USC
234 *Los Angeles Rams* Victor Bolden WR Oregon State
235 Washington Redskins Cole Luke CB Notre Dame
236 Tennessee Titans DeVonte Fields EDGE Louisville
237 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Jack Tocho CB NC State
238 Denver Broncos David Jones S Richmond
239 *New England Patriots* Max Rich OT Harvard
240 Miami Dolphins Chad Wheeler OL USC
241 New York Giants Jake Elliott K Memphis
242 *Chicago Bears* Isaac Rochell DL Notre Dame
243 Houston Texans Sean Harlow OG Oregon State
244 *Oakland Raiders* Tanner Vallejo LB Boise State
245 Kansas City Chiefs Grover Stewart NT Albany State
246 Dallas Cowboys Josh Carraway EDGE TCU
247 Green Bay Packers Samson Ebukam EDGE Eastern Washington
248 Pittsburgh Steelers Ben Boulware LB Clemson
249 Atlanta Falcons Freddie Stevenson FB Florida State
250 *Detroit Lions* Keionta Davis EDGE Chattanooga
251 Cincinnati Bengals Ezra Robinson CB Tennessee State
252 Denver Broncos Sefo Liufau QB Colorado
252 Denver Broncos Donnel Pumphrey HB San Diego State