2015 NFL Draft Tracker

Round 5:               1. Atlanta Falcons (F/Tampa Bay via Buffalo): Grady Jarrett, Nose Tackle, Clemson               2. Tennessee Titans: David Cobb, Running Back, Minnesota               3. Jacksonville Jaguars: Rashad Greene, Wide Receiver, Florida State               4. Oakland Raiders: Ben Heeney, Inside Linebacker, Kansas               5. Washington Redskins: Martrell Spaight, Outside Linebacker, Arkansas               6. Chicago Bears (F/New York Jets): Adrian Amos, Safety, Penn State               7. Minnesota Vikings (F/Chicago): MyCole Pruitt, Tight End, Southern Illinois               8. New York Giants: Mykkele Thompson, Safety, Texas               9. Miami Dolphins (F/St. Louis) Bobby Mccain, Cornerback, Memphis:               10. Minnesota Vikings (F/Atlanta): Stefon Diggs, Wide Receiver, Maryland               11. Green Bay Packers (F/Cleveland): Brent Hundley, Quarterback, UCLA               12. New Orleans Saints: Davis tull, Outside Linebacker, UT-Chattanooga               13. Miami Dolphins (F/Minnesota): Jay Ajayi, Running Back, Boise State               14. Miami Dolphins: Cedric Thompson, Free Safety, Minnesota               15. Indianapolis Colts (F/San Francisco): David Perry, Defensive Tackle, Stanford               16: New York Jets (F/Houston): Jarvis Harrison, Guard, Texas A&M               17. San Diego Chargers: Kyle Emanuel, Outside Linebacker/Defensive End, North Dakota State               18. New Orleans Saints (F/Kansas City): Tyeler, Davison, Defensive Tackle, Fresno State               19. Buffalo Bills: Karlos Williams, Running Back, Florida State               20. Miami Dolphins (F/Philadelphia): Tony Lippett, Wide Receiver, Michigan State               21. Cincinnati Bengals: T.J Uzomah, Tight End, Auburn               22. Arizona Cardinals (F/Baltimore via Detroit): Shaq Riddick, Defensive End, W. Virginia               23. Arizona Cardinals: J.J Nelson, Wide Receiver, UAB               24. Pittsburgh Steelers: Jesse James, Tight End, Penn State               25. Oakland Raiders (F/Carolina): Neiron Ball, Outside Linebacker, Florida               26. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (F/Baltimore): Kenny Bell, Wide Receiver, Nebraska               27. Dallas Cowboys: Ryan Russell, Defensive End, Purdue               28 Denver Broncos: Lorenzo Doss, Cornerback, Tulane               29: San Francisco 49ers (F/Indianapolis): Bradley Pinion, Punter, Clemson               30. New England Patriots (F/Green Bay): Joe Cardova, Long Snapper, Navy               31. New Orleans Saints (F/Seattle): Damian Swan, Cornerback, Georgia               32 Detroit Lions (F/ Tampa Bay via New England): Michael Burton, Fullback, Rutgers               33. Carolina Panthers: David Mayo, Inside Linebacker, Texas State               34. Seattle Seahawks: Tye Smith, Cornerback, Townson               35. Baltimore Ravens: Nick Boyle, Tight End, Delaware               36. Kansas City Chiefs: D.J Alexander, Outside Linebacker, Oregon St.               37. Kansas City Chiefs: James O'Shaughnessy, Tight End, Illinois State               38. Carolina Panthers: Cameron Artis-Payne, Running Back, Auburn               39. Houston Texans: Keith Mumphery, Wide Receiver, Michigan State               40. Baltimore Ravens: Robert Meyers, Right Guard, Tennessee St.  









2015 NFL Draft Tracker



By Joseph Potter

Date: April 30, 2015





    1. (137) Atlanta Falcons (F/ Buffalo): Grady Jarrett, Nose Tackle, Clemson

      grady Jarrett is an inconsistent player but when he is on he is athletic and can dominate when pushed. The question is, will he show up every game? Where does he fit in a 43?

      Grade: C+

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1: Vic Beasley, Defensive End
                              Round 2: Jalen Collins, Cornerback
                              Round 3: Tevin Coleman, Running Back
                              Round 4: Justin Hardy, Wide Receiver



    2. (138) Tennessee Titans: David Cobb, Running Back, Minnesota

      Tennessee adds some much needed competition at running back here with Cobb, a 230 pound runner.

      Grade: B-

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1: Marcus Mariota, Quarterback
                              Round 2: Dorial Green-Beckham, Wide Receiver
                              Round 3: Jeremiah, Poutasi, Guard/Tackle
                              Round 4: Angelo Blackson, Defensive End
                              Round 4: Jalston Fowler, Fullback



    3. (139) Jacksonville Jaguars: Rashad Greene, Wide Receiver, Florida State

      Rashad Greene has shown great hands and body control this season and has a knack for getting open deep. Green's ability to catch the ball in tight spots and control his body in the air is a strong trait for any team. Great pick with excellent value here.

      Grade: A

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1: Dante Fowler Jr. Defensive End
                              Round 2: T.J Yeldon, Running Back
                              Round 3: A.J Cann, Guard
                              Round 4: James Sample, Safety



    4. (140) Oakland Raiders:: Ben Heeney, Inside Linebacker, Kansas

      The Raiders needed defensive help so this pick makes sense from that standpoint, but the prospect is not as logical.

      Grade: C-

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1: Amari Cooper, Wide Receiver
                              Round 2: Mario Edwards Jr., Defensive End
                              Round 3: Clive Walford, Tight End
                              Round 4: John Feliciano, Guard



    5. (141) Washington Redskins: Martrell Spaight, Outside Linebacker, Arkansas

      Martrell Spaight is a nice player and nice value at this point in the draft. Though he will be little more than depth for a couple years.

      Grade: B-

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1: Brandon Scherff, Offensive Tackle/Guard
                              Round 2: Preston Smith, Defensive End
                              Round 3: Matt Jones, Running Back
                              Round 4: Jamison Crowder, Wide Receiver
                              Round 4: Arie Kouandijio, Guard



    6. (142) Chicago Bears (f/New York Jets): Adrian Amos, Free Safety, Penn State

      This is a great pick for Chicago. Amos may have been the most talented player on the Penn State roster last year and has a nose for the ball. I am interested in seeing how he develops.

      Grade: B

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1: Kevin White, Wide Receiver
                              Round 2: Eddie Goldman, Defensive Tackle
                              Round 3: Hronis Grasu, Center
                              Round 4: Jeremy Langford, Running Back



    7. (143) Minnesota Vikings(F/Denver Via Chicago): MyCole Pruitt, Tight End, Southern Illinois

      This was a pick for depth as Pruitt probably won't play much as a rookie.

      Grade: C

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1: Trae Waynes, Cornerback
                              Round 2: Eric Kendricks, Linebacker
                              Round 3: Danielle Hunter, Defensive End
                              Round 4: T. J Clemmings, Offensive Tackle



    8. (144) New York Giants: Mykkele Thompson, Safety, Texas

      Another Safety for the Giants says more than anything about how the team thinks about their defensive secondary and what they say is not good.

      Grade:C+

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1: Ereck Flowers, Offensive Tackle
                              Round 2: Landon Collins, Strong Safety
                              Round 3: Owa Odighizuwa, Defensive End



    9. (145) Miami Dolphins (F/St. Louis): Bobby McCain, Cornerback, Memphis

      The Dolphins needed cornerback depth and get it in the fifth round.

      Grade: C

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1: DeVante Parker, Wide Receiver
                              Round 2: Jordan Phillips, Nose Tackle
                              Round 4: Jami Douglas, Guard



    10. (146) Minnesota Vikings(F/Atlanta): Stefon Diggs, Wide Receiver, Maryland

      Stefon Diggs is a player that has excellent hands, runs good routes, and has great blocking ability on the outside. Diggs is six foot tall, 196 pounds, and fast as he runs a 4.46 forty yard dash. While most people haven't heard of Diggs he is mentally tough, very intelligent, and one of the most overall talented receivers in this Draft. What hurts Diggs is his injury history, -Diggs missed three games in 20-. If Diggs can prove he can stay healthy he will be a huge steal.

      Grade: A+

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1: Trae Waynes, Cornerback
                              Round 2: Eric Kendricks, Linebacker
                              Round 3: Danielle Hunter, Defensive End
                              Round 4: T. J Clemmings, Offensive Tackle
                              Round 4: MyCole Pruitt, Tight End



    11. (147) Green Bay Packers (F/Cleveland): Brett Hundley, Quarterback, UCLA

      Several teams had a chance to take Hundley earlier. Brett Hundley has shown he can make large strides within small time tables. Hundley had a great pre-draft period and could be a franchise quarterback in the making behind Aaron Rodgers.

      Grade: A

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1: Damarious Randall, Safety
                              Round 2: Quinten Rollins, Safety/Cornerback
                              Round 3: Ty Montgomary, Wide Receiver
                              Round 4: Jake Ryan, Outside Linebacker



    12. (148) New Orleans Saints: Davis Tull, Rush Linebacker, Tennessee Chattanooga

      The Saints continue on their cruisade to fix an emarrassing defense. Tull is the third linebacker and forth defensive player taken by the Saints so far.

      Grade: B-

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1: Andrus Peat, Left Tackle
                              Round 1: Stephone Anthony, Linebacker
                              Round 2: Hau'Oli Kikaha, Rush Linebacker, Washington
                              Round 3: Garrett Grayson, Quarterback
                              Round 3: P.J Williams, Cornerback, Florida



    13. (149) Miami Dolphins (F/Minnesota): Jay Ajayi, Running Back, Boise State

      Jay Ajayi is probably the best overall running back left on the board. Ajayi can catch the ball out of the backfield and run inside and out with good speed and awareness.

      Grade: B+

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1: DeVante Parker, Wide Receive
                              Round 2: Jordan Phillips, Nose Tackle
                              Round 4: Jamil Douglas, Guard
                              Round 5: Bobby McCain, Cornerback


    14. (150) Miami Dolphins: Cedric Thompson, Free Safety, Minnesota

      This has been a well rounded draft by the Dolphins who fill many needs, including competition at safety. Thompson isn't the flashiest player but he gets the job done.

      Grade: B

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1: DeVante Parker, Wide Receive
                              Round 2: Jordan Phillips, Nose Tackle
                              Round 4: Jamil Douglas, Guard
                              Round 5: Bobby McCain, Cornerback
                              Round 5: Jay Ajayi, Running Back


    15. (151) Indianapolis Colts (F/San Francisco): David Parry, Defensive Tackle,Stanford

      Drafting trenchmates from college in the same draft? Doesn't happen often but Parry will join college teammate Henry Anderson as a Colt.

      Grade: C+

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1: Phillipo Dorsett, Wide Receiver
                              Round 2: D'Joun Smith, Cornerback
                              Round 3: Henry Anderson, Defensive End
                              Round 4: Clayton Geathers, Safety



    16. (152) New York Jets (F/Houston): Jarvis Harrison, Guard, Texas A&M

      This is an excellent selection for New York as they needed guard help and they get a good one in Harrison.

      Grade: B

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1: Leonard Williams, Defensive Tackle
                              Round 2: Devin Smith, Wide Receiver
                              Round 3: Lorenzo Mauldin, Rush Linebacker
                              Round 4: Bryce Petty, Quarterback



    17. (153) San Diego Chargers: Kyle Emanuel, Outside Linebacker, North Dakota State

      San Diego needed a outside linebacker depth so this pick makes sense.

      Grade: C

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1: Melvin Gordon, Running Back
                              Round 2: Denzel Perryman, Inside Linebacker
                              Round 3: Craig Mager, Cornerback



    18. (154) New Orleans Saints (F/ Kansas City): Tyeler Davidson, Defensive Tackle, Fresno State

      The Saints add another defender to the mix, this will be an interesting training camp on the defensive side of the ball for New Orleans.

      Grade: B-

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1: Andrus Peat, Left Tackle
                              Round 1: Stephone Anthony, Linebacker
                              Round 2: Hau'Oli Kikaha, Rush Linebacker
                              Round 3: Garrett Grayson, Quarterback
                              Round 3: P.J Williams, Cornerback
                              Round 5: Davis Tull, Outside Linebacker



    19. (155) Buffalo Bills: Karlos Williams, Running Back, Florida State

      Williams is an athletic running back but needs to improve his vision. He provides depth in the running game for Buffalo if he makes the roster.

      Grade: C

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 2: Ronald Darby, Cornerback
                              Round 3: John Miller, Guard



    20. (156) Miami Dolphins (F/Philadelphia): Tony Lippett, Wide Receiver, Michigan State

      A second wide receiver to push the players at the bottom of the depth chart. Lippett may make the roster as the number four receiver.

      Grade: B-

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1: DeVante Parker, Wide Receive
                              Round 2: Jordan Phillips, Nose Tackle
                              Round 4: Jamil Douglas, Guard
                              Round 5: Bobby McCain, Cornerback
                              Round 5: Jay Ajayi, Running Back
                              Round 5: Ced Thompson, Safety



    21. (157) Cincinnati Bengals: C.J Uzomah, Tight End, Auburn

      Probably won't make the roster.

      Grade: D

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1: Cedric Ogbuehi, Left Tackle
                              Round 2: Jake Fisher, Offensive Tackle
                              Round 3: Tyler Kroft, Tight End
                              Round 3: Paul Dawson, Middle Linebacker
                              Round 4: Josh Shaw, Safety
                              Round 4: Marcus Hardison, Defensive Tackle



    22. (158) Arizona Cardinals(F/ Detroit): Shaq Riddick, Rush Linebacker, West Virginia

      Arizona grabs their second rush linebacker of the draft.

      Grade: C

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1: D.J Humpheries, Offensive Tackle
                              Round 2: Markus Golden, Rush Linebacker
                              Round 3: David Johnson, Running Back
                              Round 4: Rodney Gunter, Defensive Tackle



    23. (159) Arizona Cardinals: J.J Nelson, Wide Receiver, UAB

      This could be a sleeper pick as a punt and kick returner. J.J Nelson is a talented receiver but at 156 pounds he is probably going to be fragile.

      Grade: B

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1: D.J Humpheries, Offensive Tackle
                              Round 2: Markus Golden, Rush Linebacker
                              Round 3: David Johnson, Running Back
                              Round 4: Rodney Gunter, Defensive Tackle
                              Round 5: Shaq Riddick, Rush Linebacker



    24. (160) Pittsburgh Steelers: Jesse James, Tight End, Penn State

      Jesse James has great size for a tight end -6'7, 261- and if he has any talent you know Mike Tomlin will exploit it.

      Grade: C+

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1: Alvin Dupree, Rush Linebacker, Kentucky
                              Round 2: Senquez Golson, Cornerback
                              Round 3: Sammie Coates, Wide Receiver
                              Round 4: Doran Grant, Cornerback



    25. (161) Oakland Raiders (F/Carolina): Neiron Ball, Outside Linebacker, Florida

      This is a depth pick and knowing athletes from Florida it has a chance to work out pretty well.

      Grade: C+

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1: Amari Cooper, Wide Receiver
                              Round 2: Mario Edwards Jr., Defensive End
                              Round 3: Clive Walford, Tight End
                              Round 4: John Feliciano, Guard
                              Round 5: Ben Heeney, Inside Linebacker



    26. (162) Tampa Bay Buccaneers (F/Baltimore): Kenny Bell, Wide receiver, Nebraska

      Vincent jackson is getting up there and years so it makes sense to draft and train someone to start in a couple years.

      Grade: B

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1: Jameis Winston, Quarterback
                              Round 2: Donovan Smith, Offensive Tackle
                              Round 2: Ali Marpet, Guard
                              Round 4: Kwon Alexander, Defensive End
    27. (163) Dallas Cowboys: Ryan Russell, Defensive End, Purdue

      A Defensive End/Rush Linebacker for Dallas, adding once again to the already defensive heavy draft. This fills a position of need on the defensive line.

      Grade: B-

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1: Byron Jones, Cornerback
                              Round 2: Randy Gregory, Rush Linebacker
                              Round 3: Chaz Green, Offensive Tackle
                              Round 4: Damien Wilson, Inside Linebacker



    28. (164) Denver Broncos: Lorenzo Doss, Cornerback, Tulane

      Lorenzo Doss is a good pick at this juncture. A big play cornerback who can get out of position by taking chances. Needs discipline, but is athletic enough to contribute.

      Grade: B

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1: Shane Ray, Rush Linebacker
                              Round 2: Ty Sambrailo, Offensive Tackle
                              Round 3: Jeff Heurman, Tight End
                              Round 4: Max Garcia, Florida



    29. (165) San Francisco 49ers (F/Indianapolis): Bradley Pinion, Punter, Clemson

      I was ready to give this grade a solid "D" until I saw that the 49ers only had one pick left in the draft after this. The selection is one of need and fits the circumstance.

      Grade: C+

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1: Arik Armstead, Defensive Tackle
                              Round 2: Jaquiski Tartt, Safety
                              Round 3: Eli Harold, Linebacker
                              Round 4: Blake Bell, Tight End
                              Round 4: Mike Davis, Running Back
                              Round 4: DeAndre Smelter, Wide Receiver



    30. (166) New England Patriots (F/Green Bay): Joe Cardona, Long Snapper, Navy

      Why do players with military commitments get drafted? This guy probably won't play.

      Grade: F

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1: Malcom Brown, Defensive Tackle
                              Round 2: Jordan Richards, Safety
                              Round 3: Geneo Grissom, Defensive End
                              Round 4: Trey Flowers, Defensive End
                              Round 4: Tre Jackson, Guard
                              Round 4: Shaq Mason, Center/Guard



    31. (167) New Orleans Saints (F/Seattle) Damian Swan, Cornerback, Georgia

      More depth at corner for the Saints is always a plus since the team has had trouble gaining and keeping quality corners over the years.

      Grade: B-

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1: Andrus Peat, Left Tackle
                              Round 1: Stephone Anthony, Linebacker
                              Round 2: Hau'Oli Kikaha, Rush Linebacker
                              Round 3: Garrett Grayson, Quarterback
                              Round 3: P.J Williams, Cornerback
                              Round 5: Davis Tull, Outside Linebacker
                              Round 5: Tyeler Davison, Defensive Tackle



    32. (168) Detroit Lions (F/New England via Tampa Bay): Michael Burton, Fullback, Rutgers

      A fullback at this juncture is a solid pick for Detroit since they need to be able to establish some type of running game to help out Matthew Stafford.

      Grade: B-

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1: Laken Tomlinson, Guard
                              Round 2: Ameer Abdullah, Running Back
                              Round 3: Alex Carter, Cornerback
                              Round 4: Gabe Wright, Auburn



    33. (169) Carolina Panthers: David Mayo, Inside Linebacker, Texas State

      Depth at linebacker is important for Carolina since their entire defense is based off the success at the linebacker position.

      Grade: B

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1: Shaq Thompson, Outside Linebacker/Safety
                              Round 2: Devin Funchess, Tight End
                              Round 4: Daryl Williams, Offensive Tackle



    34. (170) Seattle Seahawks Tye Smith, Cornerback, Townson

      Seattle is reloading in the secondary and Smith fits the team mold.

      Grade: C+

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 2: Frank Clark, Defensive End
                              Round 3: Tyler Lockett, Wide Receiver
                              Round 4: Terry Poole, Offensive Tackle
                              Round 4: Mark Glowinski, Guard



    35. (171) Baltimore Ravens: Nick Boyle, Tight End, Delaware

      This is an excellent selection as Boyle is big, athletic, and fills a need.

      Grade: B+

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1: Brashad Perriman, Wide Receiver
                              Round 2: Maxx Williams, Tight End
                              Round 3: Carl Davis, Defensive Tackle
                              Round 4: Za' Darius Smith, Defensive End
                              Round 4: Buck Allen, Running Back
                              Round 5: Tray Walker, Cornerback



    36. (172) Kansas City Chiefs: D.J Alexander, Rush Linebacker, Oregon State

      The Chiefs are putting a premium on improving their back eight on defense in this draft and continue to do a fine job with this pick.

      Grade: B

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1: Marcus Peters, Cornerback
                              Round 2: Mitch Morse, Center/Guard
                              Round 3: Chris Conley, Wide Receiver
                              Round 3: Steven Nelson, Cornerback
                              Round 4: Ramik Wilson, Inside Linebacker



    37. (173) Kansas City Chiefs: James O'Shaughnessy, Tight End, Illinois State

      I'm not sure why the Chiefs would want to add more depth here unless they don't believe their current tight end crop can stay healthy. Even so there were better options available.

      Grade: C-

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1: Marcus Peters, Cornerback
                              Round 2: Mitch Morse, Center/Guard
                              Round 3: Chris Conley, Wide Receiver
                              Round 3: Steven Nelson, Cornerback
                              Round 4: Ramik Wilson, Inside Linebacker
                              Round 5: D.J Alexander, Rush Linebacker



    38. (174) Carolina Panthers: Cameron Artis-Payne, Running Back, Auburn

      Better late than never, Payne has a similar running style to former Baltimore running back Jamal Lewis; short choppy steps, patient at the point of attack, and always finishing runs. Unfortunately he isn't as shifty or athletic as Lewis was.

      Grade: B

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1: Shaq Thompson, Outside Linebacker/Safety
                              Round 2: Devin Funchess, Tight End
                              Round 4: Daryl Williams, Offensive Tackle
                              Round 5: David Mayo, Inside Linebacker



    39. (175) Houston Texans: Keith Humphery, Wide Receiver, Michigan State

      Mumphery is a good route runner and hard worker who does a good job blocking. Unfortunately he lacks functional speed to separate deep. Could become an adequate slot option.

      Grade: C+

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1: Kevin Johnson, Cornerback
                              Round 2: Bernardrick McKinney, Inside Linebacker
                              Round 3: Jaelen Strong, Wide Receiver



    40. (176) Baltimore Ravens: Robert Myers, Guard, Tennessee State

      This is a pick for depth as it is the last pick for the Ravens in this draft.

      Grade: C+

            Previous Selections:
                              Round 1: Brashad Perriman, Wide Receiver
                              Round 2: Maxx Williams, Tight End
                              Round 3: Carl Davis, Defensive Tackle
                              Round 4: Za' Darius Smith, Defensive End
                              Round 4: Buck Allen, Running Back
                              Round 5: Tray Walker, Cornerback
                              Round 5: Nick Boyle, Tight End








    Round 5:               1. Atlanta Falcons (F/Tampa Bay via Buffalo): Grady Jarrett, Nose Tackle, Clemson               2. Tennessee Titans: David Cobb, Running Back, Minnesota               3. Jacksonville Jaguars: Rashad Greene, Wide Receiver, Florida State               4. Oakland Raiders: Ben Heeney, Inside Linebacker, Kansas               5. Washington Redskins: Martrell Spaight, Outside Linebacker, Arkansas               6. Chicago Bears (F/New York Jets): Adrian Amos, Safety, Penn State               7. Minnesota Vikings (F/Chicago): MyCole Pruitt, Tight End, Southern Illinois               8. New York Giants: Mykkele Thompson, Safety, Texas               9. Miami Dolphins (F/St. Louis) Bobby Mccain, Cornerback, Memphis:               10. Minnesota Vikings (F/Atlanta): Stefon Diggs, Wide Receiver, Maryland               11. Green Bay Packers (F/Cleveland): Brent Hundley, Quarterback, UCLA               12. New Orleans Saints: Davis tull, Outside Linebacker, UT-Chattanooga               13. Miami Dolphins (F/Minnesota): Jay Ajayi, Running Back, Boise State               14. Miami Dolphins: Cedric Thompson, Free Safety, Minnesota               15. Indianapolis Colts (F/San Francisco): David Perry, Defensive Tackle, Stanford               16: New York Jets (F/Houston): Jarvis Harrison, Guard, Texas A&M               17. San Diego Chargers: Kyle Emanuel, Outside Linebacker/Defensive End, North Dakota State               18. New Orleans Saints (F/Kansas City): Tyeler, Davison, Defensive Tackle, Fresno State               19. Buffalo Bills: Karlos Williams, Running Back, Florida State               20. Miami Dolphins (F/Philadelphia): Tony Lippett, Wide Receiver, Michigan State               21. Cincinnati Bengals: T.J Uzomah, Tight End, Auburn               22. Arizona Cardinals (F/Baltimore via Detroit): Shaq Riddick, Defensive End, W. Virginia               23. Arizona Cardinals: J.J Nelson, Wide Receiver, UAB               24. Pittsburgh Steelers: Jesse James, Tight End, Penn State               25. Oakland Raiders (F/Carolina): Neiron Ball, Outside Linebacker, Florida               26. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (F/Baltimore): Kenny Bell, Wide Receiver, Nebraska               27. Dallas Cowboys: Ryan Russell, Defensive End, Purdue               28 Denver Broncos: Lorenzo Doss, Cornerback, Tulane               29: San Francisco 49ers (F/Indianapolis): Bradley Pinion, Punter, Clemson               30. New England Patriots (F/Green Bay): Joe Cardova, Long Snapper, Navy               31. New Orleans Saints (F/Seattle): Damian Swan, Cornerback, Georgia               32 Detroit Lions (F/ Tampa Bay via New England): Michael Burton, Fullback, Rutgers               33. Carolina Panthers: David Mayo, Inside Linebacker, Texas State               34. Seattle Seahawks: Tye Smith, Cornerback, Townson               35. Baltimore Ravens: Nick Boyle, Tight End, Delaware               36. Kansas City Chiefs: D.J Alexander, Outside Linebacker, Oregon St.               37. Kansas City Chiefs: James O'Shaughnessy, Tight End, Illinois State               38. Carolina Panthers: Cameron Artis-Payne, Running Back, Auburn               39. Houston Texans: Keith Mumphery, Wide Receiver, Michigan State               40. Baltimore Ravens: Robert Meyers, Right Guard, Tennessee St.  













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