May 6, 2014

Final 2014 NFL Draft Big Board: Top 150

#2 Johnny Manziel, QB, Texas A&M

Here is my final 2014 NFL Draft Big Board! The Draft is almost here, and I've decided to expand my Big Board to 150 prospects! The Top 32 Prospects are ranked in tiers, which I believe helps us to understand the importance of "value". Write-ups are given for each top 50 prospect, as well as their previous rank, an NFL comparison, and a stock up/down arrow +/- 5 spots moved up or down the board. Prospects 51-150 are grouped by Graded Round. Thanks for all of the support. Enjoy, and stay tuned for my Final 2014 NFL Mock Draft! Expect it about an hour before the Draft (Thursday, May 8).

You can take a look at my 2014 NFL Draft Rankings by Position here and my Final 2014 NFL Mock Draft here.




Tier 1


1. Jadeveon Clowney*, EDGE, South Carolina
Ht: 6-6 Wt: 266 lbs. | Class: Junior



Analysis: Rare combination of size, strength, length, speed, and overall athleticism. Once in a decade type of prospect. Has drawn comparisons to Hall-of-Fame pass rushers Bruce Smith and Lawrence Taylor. Fits anywhere (4-3 DE or 3-4 DE are both ideal). Should be the first overall pick.


Previous Rank: 1 | NFL Comparison: Bruce Smith (w/Plus athleticism)




2. Greg Robinson**, OT, Auburn
Ht: 6-5 Wt: 327 lbs. | Class: Sophomore (RS)



Analysis: Most dominant run blocker in this class, and the most talented tackle prospect to come out in several years. Inexperienced pass blocking on an island, but has shown that he has the ideal athleticism and length to be an elite pass blocker as well. Will likely be the first tackle drafted.


Previous Rank: 6 | NFL Comparison: Trent Williams




3. Khalil Mack, EDGE, Buffalo
Ht: 6-3 Wt: 252 lbs. | Class: Senior (RS)



Analysis: Mack will be the first "linebacker" drafted. His game is so versatile. Can set the edge as a run defender and drop into coverage, but will make his money getting after the quarterback as a pass rusher. LEO in a 4-3 (Jacksonville), Outside linebacker in a 3-4, and could excel in a SAM linebacker role (ala Von Miller).


Previous Rank: 3 | NFL Comparison: Von Miller




4. Teddy Bridgewater*, QB, Louisville
Ht: 6-2 Wt: 208 lbs. | Class: Junior



Analysis: Best quarterback in this class working from inside the pocket. Goes through progressions, looks off defenders. Ball placement, touch, and overall accuracy are all there (especially on intermediate throws). Needs to throw a more consistent deep ball (as does every other top quarterback in this class), but can make all of the throws at every level of the field. Likely won't be the first quarterback taken, but he should be.


Previous Rank: 2 | NFL Comparison: Aaron Rodgers




5. Sammy Watkins*, WR, Clemson
Ht: 6-1 Wt: 214 lbs. | Class: Junior



Analysis: Well built receiver who will be coveted as a top 10 pick. Has great hands. Excellent route runner. Will attack the football at its highest point. Can win from the slot and on the outside. Is a running back in the open field. Day one play maker/touchdown scorer for an NFL team.


Previous Rank: 4 | NFL Comparison: (A more polished) Julio Jones



Tier 2


6. Jake Matthews, OT, Texas A&M
Ht: 6-6 Wt: 308 lbs. | Class: Senior



Analysis: Most polished left tackle prospect in the draft. Not nearly as dominant in the run game, as a Greg Robinson, but is above average in this regard. Wins with impressive technique (quick feet, excellent hand usage). Projects as a potential All-Pro left/right tackle due to his reliability as a pass protector. Very balanced overall.


Previous Rank: 5 | NFL Comparison: (Slightly less athletic) Joe Thomas




7. Johnny Manziel**, QB, Texas A&M
Ht: 6-0 Wt: 207 lbs. | Class: Sophomore (RS)



Analysis: Best quarterback in the draft in terms of his improvisational skills inside/outside of the pocket. Improved mechanics and made great strides as a pocket passer this past season. Good arm strength. Displays excellent velocity on intermediate routes. Can make all of the throws. May not fit every offense, but is a guy you want to build around.


Previous Rank: 22 | NFL Comparison: (Smaller) Steve Young




8. Anthony Barr, EDGE, UCLA
Ht: 6-5 Wt: 247 lbs. | Class: Senior



Analysis: This year's Barkevious Mingo. Has to get stronger and improve against the run, to become a more complete player. His strength is using his speed, bending around the corner and getting to the quarterback. Has great closing speed and is an exceptional athlete. Impact pass rusher from day one, with 3-4 outside linebacker being his best NFL position.


Previous Rank: 7 | NFL Comparison: Clay Matthews




9. Taylor Lewan, OT, Michigan
Ht: 6-7 Wt: 312 lbs. | Class: Senior (RS)



Analysis: Slightly better run blocker than pass blocker entering the league, but the tools are there for Lewan to be a franchise left tackle. Plays with a mean streak, and has the athleticism to stick at left tackle, though he could be even better on the right side.


Previous Rank: 12 | NFL Comparison: Jake Long




10. Ha'Sean Clinton-Dix*, FS, Alabama
Ht: 6-1 Wt: 207 lbs. | Class: Junior



Analysis: The closest defensive back to being considered "elite" in the 2014 class. Complete safety prospect. Interchangeable, can play both free and strong safety at a high level. Took better angles in 2013, and is reliable in run support overall. Range, ball-skills, closing speed. He's got it all.


Previous Rank: 8 | NFL Comparison: Eric Berry




11. Mike Evans**, WR, Texas A&M
Ht: 6-5 Wt: 231 lbs. | Class: Sophomore (RS)



Analysis: Fits the mold of the prototypical "number one receiver" in today's NFL. Unmatched in this class at winning at the catch point. Separates with long speed. Will make catches in contested situations, and is a legitimate redzone threat. Could have a Calvin Johnson like impact.


Previous Rank: 10 | NFL Comparison: Vincent Jackson




12. Dominique Easley, DT, Florida
Ht: 6-2 Wt: 288 lbs. | Class: Senior



Analysis: An incredible first step, excellent quickness, and underrated strength are why Easley would be a top 10 pick if not for concerns about his knees. Projects as a disruptive 3-technique defensive tackle, but could excel as a 0 or 1 technique DT. Can potentially be a 5 technique DE in a 3-4 defense. #Versatility


Previous Rank: 9 | NFL Comparison: Gerald McCoy




13. Aaron Donald, DT, Pittsburgh
Ht: 6-1 Wt: 287 lbs. | Class: Senior (RS)



Analysis: The most disruptive interior pass rusher in this class. Has a very similar game to All-Pro defensive tackle Geno Atkins. May be limited to a 4-3 defense, but projects as a dominant 3-technique. Will be the first defensive tackle off the board.


Previous Rank: 13 | NFL Comparison: Geno Atkins




14. Justin Gilbert, CB, Oklahoma State
Ht: 6-0 Wt: 198 lbs. | Class: Senior



Analysis: Has the size, length, speed, and athleticism NFL teams are looking for at the corner back position. One of the few "game changing" players at the position. Inconsistent technique (footwork) and lack of desire to come up and tackle as a run defender may turn some off, but the ball skills and overall play making ability at the cornerback position are why he will be coveted in the first round.


Previous Rank: 14 | NFL Comparison: Patrick Peterson




15. Kony Ealy*, EDGE, Missouri
Ht: 6-4 Wt: 265 lbs. | Class: Junior (RS)



Analysis: Strong edge rusher with excellent length. Not an elite athlete, but can bend the corner and win with his quickness inside. Because of this, some teams view him as a 3-technique defensive tackle, though he looks the part of the prototypical 4-3 defensive end. Versatile enough to play in a 3-4 scheme as well.


Previous Rank: 17 | NFL Comparison: Michael Bennett



Tier 3


16. Derek Carr, QB, Fresno State
Ht: 6-2 Wt: 215 lbs. | Class: Senior (RS)



Analysis: Big armed quarterback who throws with excellent velocity, and shows great touch when necessary. Athletic, smart. Maybe the best vertical passer in the draft. Should transition well to the pros, and should start from day one.


Previous Rank: 11 | NFL Comparison: Jay Cutler




17. Jace Amaro*, TE, Texas Tech
Ht: 6-6 Wt: 266 lbs. | Class: Junior



Analysis: Potential match-up nightmare, as he is essentially a slot receiver in a tight end's body. Not quite as athletic as Jimmy Graham, and not a great blocker, but shows willingness. Warrants a mid-first round pick and should be the first tight end drafted, but that distinction will go to Eric Ebron.


Previous Rank: 18 | NFL Comparison: Rob Gronkowski




18. Odell Beckham Jr.*, WR, Louisiana State
Ht: 5-11 Wt: 198 lbs. | Class: Junior



Analysis: Explosive pass catcher who could do most of his damage from the slot. However, he can excel on the outside. Good route runner, can win at the catch point. Excellent hands. Legit YAC ability. Second or third receiver off the board.


Previous Rank: 19 | NFL Comparison: Antonio Brown (w/More reliable hands)




19. Zack Martin, OT, Notre Dame
Ht: 6-4 Wt: 308 lbs. | Class: Senior (RS)



Analysis: Although he lacks the ideal length and great foot speed of the quintessential NFL left tackle, Martin will still get a shot at tackle because he has such outstanding technique. Could be an All-Pro if/when he kicks inside to guard.


Previous Rank: 24 | NFL Comparison: Jordan Gross




20. Trai Turner**, OG, Louisiana State
Ht: 6-2 Wt: 306 lbs. | Class: Sophomore (RS)



Analysis: Looks like the best run blocking guard in the draft. Impressive strength, and can win with effort. Very good pulling guard. Pass blocking is solid, but there is definitely room for improvement. Close to Chance Warmack's level as a prospect IMO, and should be an immediate starter.


Previous Rank: NR | NFL Comparison: Larry Warford




21. C.J. Mosley, ILB, Alabama
Ht: 6-2 Wt: 234 lbs. | Class: Senior



Analysis: The most complete non-pass rushing linebacker in this class. Instinctive, fluid in coverage, strong against the run. A true three-down linebacker with some pass rushing upside. Can play all three linebacker spots in a 4-3, and either inside linebacker spot in a 3-4.


Previous Rank: 16 | NFL Comparison: Sean Lee




22. Darqueze Dennard, CB, Michigan State
Ht: 5-11 Wt: 195 lbs. | Class: Senior



Analysis: Physical, press corner with above average speed and very good technique. Underrated ball skills. Also willing to come up in run support. Expect him to be a legit shutdown corner at the next level.


Previous Rank: 15 | NFL Comparison: Darrelle Revis (w/Less speed)




23. Demarcus Lawrence*, EDGE, Boise State
Ht: 6-3 Wt: 250 lbs. | Class: Junior (RS)



Analysis: Best position will be as a 4-3 defensive end, though he can make the transition to outside linebacker. Excellent length and athleticism. Underrated strength. Productive pass rusher, but not one dimensional. Can set the edge as a run defender. Should be a first round pick.


Previous Rank: 20 | NFL Comparison: DeMarcus Ware (w/Slightly less athleticism)




24. Calvin Pryor*, SS, Louisville
Ht: 6-0 Wt: 211 lbs. | Class: Junior



Analysis: Big, physical safety, with excellent range, ball skills, and play making ability. Big hitter. Better suited as a box safety, but should be interchangeable. Could easily be the first safety drafted, but could also be the third safety drafted (behind Jimmie Ward).


Previous Rank: 25 | NFL Comparison: Reshad Jones




25. Eric Ebron*, TE, North Carolina
Ht: 6-4 Wt: 253 lbs. | Class: Junior



Analysis: Dynamic, athletic tight end, who can make some highlight real catches. His inconsistent hands are a concern, and he needs to improve as a blocker, but deserves consideration early in round one due to his high upside. Top 15 is very likely.


Previous Rank: 29 | NFL Comparison: Vernon Davis




26. Marqise Lee*, WR, Southern Calfornia
Ht: 6-0 Wt: 199 lbs. | Class: Junior



Analysis: Despite a down season, Lee should still warrant a first round pick. Smooth route runner with dangerous after the catch ability. Drops some catch-able balls, and may not be suited to be a go to receiver. Nonetheless, arguably the most talent receiver in the draft. Projects best as a number two receiving option.


Previous Rank: 26 | NFL Comparison: Reggie Wayne (w/inconsistent hands)




27. Kyle Fuller, CB, Virginia Tech
Ht: 6-0 Wt: 190 lbs. | Class: Senior



Analysis: Can play anywhere in the secondary. As a corner, he's got ideal size and speed. Has very good technique, and will willingly come up in run support. First round talent. Maybe the first corner off the board.


Previous Rank: 21 | NFL Comparison: Prince Amukamara



Tier 4


28. Louis Nix*, NT, Notre Dame
Ht: 6-2 Wt: 331 lbs. | Class: Junior (RS)



Analysis: Huge interior lineman with surprising athleticism for a man of his size. Does more than fill gaps and draw double-teams. Flashes as an interior pass rusher. Concerns about his health may push him down some draft boards. Nose tackle in any scheme.


Previous Rank: 23 | NFL Comparison: Vince Wilfork




29. Cyrus Kouandjio*, OT, Alabama
Ht: 6-7 Wt: 322 lbs. | Class: Junior



Analysis: Has great length, and pretty good athleticism for the left tackle position. Balanced. Equally good as both a run blocker and a pass blocker (but, inconsistent in both areas). Medical concerns could cause him to fall come draft day, but Kouandjio could be a potential All-Pro at either tackle spot.


Previous Rank: 32 | NFL Comparison: Doug Free (w/Tyron Smith's upside)




30. Davante Adams**, WR, Fresno State
Ht: 6-1 Wt: 215 lbs. | Class: Sophomore (RS)



Analysis: Good sized receiver with above average speed and athleticism. Tracks the football well and wins at the catch point. Has very impressive after the catch ability. First round upside, but more likely a second rounder.


Previous Rank: 30 | NFL Comparison: Michael Crabtree




31. Ra'Shede Hageman, DT, Minnesota
Ht: 6-6 Wt: 310 lbs. | Class: Senior (RS)



Analysis: Flashes of JJ Watt. Not very consistent at this point, but has the traits of a potential pro bowl defensive tackle. Best fit is in a 3-4 defense as a 5 technique defensive end, but could also be a 1 technique, 4-3 defensive tackle. Likely top 15 upside pick.


Previous Rank: 31 | NFL Comparison: Michael Brockers (w/Flashes of dominance)




32. Dee Ford, EDGE, Auburn
Ht: 6-2 Wt: 252 lbs. | Class: Senior (RS)



Analysis: Dynamic edge rusher with an impressive first step. Doesn't have ideal size for a 4-3 defensive end. Will be a coveted prospect for teams looking for a "LEO", but Ford will be higher on the boards of teams that run a 3-4 defense.


Previous Rank: 27 | NFL Comparison: Robert Mathis



2nd Round Prospects


33. Kyle Van Noy (6-3, 246 lbs.), OLB, Brigham Young

Analysis: Underrated prospect. Versatile, jack of all trades type of player. Can drop into coverage, and of course rush the passer. Though, his best fit may be as a 4-3 outside linebacker., he could be drafted as an edge rusher.

Previous Rank: 28 | NFL Comparison: Akeem Ayers



34. Zach Mettenberger (6-5, 224 lbs.), QB, Louisiana State

Analysis: Has all the tools to be a potential franchise QB. Strong armed passer who steps up in the pocket and delivers well placed passes. Excellent vertical thrower. Bit of a statue in the pocket, but climbs it well. Coming off of a torn ACL, and could fall to the 3rd or 4th round due to off the field concerns.

Previous Rank: 33 | NFL Comparison: Philip Rivers



35. Morgan Moses (6-6, 311 lbs.), OT, Virginia

Analysis: Moses could sneak into the first round. He looks the part, but also possesses good athleticism, and is already a solid pass blocker. Flashes potential to be a very good run blocker, but needs to be more consistent in this area.

Previous Rank: NR | NFL Comparison: Branden Albert



36. Xavier Su'a-Filo* (6-4, 305 lbs.), OG, UCLA

Analysis: Athletic guard with excellent core strength. Can pull and get to the second level with ease. Also has experience playing left tackle. Could excel in a zone-blocking scheme. Expected to be the first guard drafted (late first, early second round).

Previous Rank: 34 | NFL Comparison: Josh Sitton



37. Jason Verrett (5-10, 186 lbs.), CB, Texas Christian

Analysis: Despite size concerns, Verrett could be a shut down corner at the next level. Not many flaws in his game. Technically sound. Should be able to play on the boundary, but could earn his money in the slot.

Previous Rank: 36 | NFL Comparison: Brandon Flowers



38. Blake Bortles* (6-5, 229 lbs.), QB, Central Florida

Analysis: Has the prototypical build for an NFL quarterback, and has the tools to be a franchise quarterback. Mannerisms will remind some of Andrew Luck, but inconsistencies in his game are reminiscent of Jake Locker.

Previous Rank: 38 | NFL Comparison: Jake Locker, (but Ceiling = Roethlisberger)



39. Jimmie Ward (5-11, 197 lbs.), FS, Northern Illinois

Analysis: Can play either safety position, and is versatile enough to make things happen as a slot corner. Maybe the best cover safety in the draft. Expected to be a late first round pick.

Previous Rank: 41 | NFL Comparison: Eric Weddle



40. Austin Seferian-Jenkins* (6-6, 263 lbs.), TE, Washington

Analysis: May be the most complete tight end prospect in the draft. Production dipped in 2013, but his role was different. Has impressive size and athleticism. Combine that with an excellent catch radius, and potential as an inline blocker, and he could land a spot in the latter half of round one.

Previous Rank: 39 | NFL Comparison: Martellus Bennett




41. Telvin Smith (6-4, 224 lbs.), OLB, Florida State

Analysis: Undersized, but could end up being a second round steal, ala Lavonte David. Exceptional closing speed. Ability to stack and shed. Very good in coverage. Could move to safety, but should stick as a WILL linebacker. I'd take him over Shazier.

Previous Rank: 35 | NFL Comparison: Lavonte David



42. Gabe Jackson (6-3, 339 lbs.), OG, Mississippi State

Analysis: Powerful blocker, and can be a mauler in the run game. Flashes of dominance. Could be an All-Pro guard if his technical flaws are coached up. Should be a day 2 lock, and wouldn't shock me if he's the first guard drafted.

Previous Rank: 45 | NFL Comparison: Carl Nicks



43. Brandin Cooks (5-10, 185 lbs.)*, WR, Oregon State

Analysis: Small in stature, but Cooks is an explosive receiver who may not be limited to a role in the slot. Can win at the catch point, and could be a better version of Tavon Austin. Will be drafted much higher than where I value him.


Previous Rank: 42 | NFL Comparison: DeSean Jackson



44. Terrence Brooks (5-11, 200 lbs.), FS, Florida State

Analysis: May not be interchangeable like some of the other top safeties in this draft, but Brooks is this class's best center fielder. Does a good job of reading the quarterback's eyes and jumping routes. Hands are a question mark. Will be drafted in the second round by a team who needs a free safety.


Previous Rank: NR | NFL Comparison: Jairus Byrd



45. Scott Crichton* (6-3, 269 lbs.), EDGE, Oregon State

Analysis: Has the strength to be an effective bull rusher at the next level. Can anchor against the run. Won't bend, but should excel as a power end in a 4-3 defense. Could kick inside on pass rushing downs.

Previous Rank: 40 | NFL Comparison: Charles Johnson



46. Brandon Thomas (6-4, 318 lbs.), OT, Clemson

Analysis: Short for the tackle position, but has ideal length and natural strength. Very athletic. Can kick inside to guard and excel. Torn ACL during private workout will likely push him into day 3, where he'll be a steal.

Previous Rank: 37 | NFL Comparison: Rodger Saffold



47. Bradley Roby* (5-11, 195 lbs.), CB, Ohio State

Analysis: An inconsistent 2013 season will make teams hesitant to spend a first round pick on Roby. However, he does have good size, speed, and excellent ball-skills. Technique needs work, but the talent is there.

Previous Rank: 46 | NFL Comparison: Jason McCourty



48. Allen Robinson* (6-1, 207 lbs.), WR, Penn State

Analysis: In the mold of a possession receiver, but won't be limited to that. Good size and skill set for the position. Improved route runner, can win at the catch point. Projects as a reliable #2 receiver.

Previous Rank: 48 | NFL Comparison: Anquan Boldin



49. Will Sutton (6-1, 297 lbs.), DT, Arizona State

Analysis: His quickness stands out, but Sutton wins with good hand usage. His 2012 tape was better than his 2013, mostly due to him playing about 35 pounds heavier this past season. His likely playing playing weight will probably be around 290, and he could end up being a better value pick than Aaron Donald in round one.

Previous Rank: 50 | NFL Comparison: Corey Liuget



50. Jeremiah Attaochu (6-3, 249 lbs.), EDGE, Georgia Tech

Analysis: Attaochu can stand up in a 3-4 defense, but could also be an ideal pick for a 4-3 team searching for a "LEO" rusher. He's at his best when asked to put his hand in the dirt and rush the passer. He's already so explosive and athletic. Could be a very dangerous pass rusher once he learns more pass rushing moves.

Previous Rank: NR | NFL Comparison: Cliff Avril



2nd-3rd Round Prospects:

51. LaMarcus Joyner (5-8, 184 lbs.), CB, Florida State
52. Ryan Shazier* (6-1, 237lbs.), OLB, Ohio State
53. Stephon Tuitt* (6-5, 304 lbs.), DT, Notre Dame
54. Charles Sims (6-0, 214 lbs.), RB, West Virginia
55. Troy Niklas* (6-7, 268 lbs.), TE, Notre Dame
56. Tre Mason* (5-9, 207 lbs.), RB, Auburn
57. Deone Bucannon (6-1, 211 lbs.), SS, Washington State
58. Weston Richburg (6-4, 304 lbs.), C, Colorado State
59. Phillip Gaines (6-0, 191 lbs.), CB, Rice
60. Jordan Matthews (6-3, 211 lbs.), WR, Vanderbilt
61. Cody Latimer* (6-3, 215 lbs.), WR, Indiana
62. Chris Borland (6-0, 247 lbs.), ILB, Wisconsin


3rd Round Prospects:

63. Timmy Jernigan* (6-2, 305 lbs.), DT, Florida State
64. Antonio Richardson* (6-6, 326 lbs.), OT, Tennessee
65. Marcus Smith (6-3, 253 lbs.), EDGE, Louisville
66. Trent Murphy (6-6, 260 lbs.), EDGE, Stanford
67. Marcus Roberson* (6-0, 192 lbs.), CB, Florida
68. David Fales (6-2, 210 lbs.), QB, San Jose State
69. Martavis Bryant* (6-4, 217 lbs.), WR, Clemson
70. Aaron Lynch** (6-5, 252 lbs.), EDGE, South Florida
71. Bishop Sankey* (5-10, 209 lbs.), RB, Washington
72. Carlos Hyde (6-0, 234 lbs.), RB, Ohio State
73. Kelvin Benjamin** (6-5, 242 lbs.), WR, Florida State
74. Bashaud Breeland* (5-11, 188 lbs.), CB, Clemson
75. Pierre Desir (6-1, 191 lbs.), CB, Lindenwood
76. Colt Lyerla* (6-4, 242 lbs.), TE, Oregon
77. Ka'Deem Carey* (5-9, 209 lbs.), RB, Arizona
78. Jarvis Landry* (6-0, 196 lbs.), WR, Louisiana State
79. Travis Swanson (6-5, 312 lbs.), C, Arkansas
80. Marcus Martin* (6-3, 318 lbs.), C, Southern California
81. Kareem Martin (6-6, 270 lbs.), EDGE, North Carolina
82. Jackson Jeffcoat (6-2, 253 lbs.), EDGE, Texas
83. Joel Bitonio (6-4, 305 lbs.), OG, Nevada


3rd-4th Round Prospects:

84. Jimmy Garoppolo (6-2, 226 lbs.), QB, Eastern Illinois
85. C.J. Fiedorowicz (6-6, 266 lbs.), TE, Iowa
86. Cyril Richardson (6-4, 333 lbs.), OG, Baylor
87. Jack Mewhort (6-6, 315 lbs.), OT, Ohio State
88. David Yankey* (6-6, 317 lbs.), OG, Stanford
89. Terrance West (5-9, 225 lbs.), RB, Townson
90. Cameron Fleming* (6-5, 325 lbs.), OT, Stanford
91. Tajh Boyd (6-1, 221 lbs.), QB, Clemson
92. Ja'Wuan James (6-7, 311 lbs.), OT, Tennessee
93. Morgan Breslin (6-1, 240 lbs.), EDGE, Southern California
94. Carl Bradford* (6-1, 251 lbs.), EDGE, Arizona State
95. Shayne Skov (6-3, 242 lbs.), ILB, Stanford
96. Dakota Dozier (6-4, 313 lbs.), OG, Furman
97. Chris Smith (6-1, 266 lbs.), EDGE, Arkansas
98. Da'Quan Jones (6-4, 324 lbs.), DT, Penn State
99. Jordan Tripp (6-3, 235 lbs.), OLB, Montana


4th Round Prospects:

100. Kelcy Quarles* (6-4, 296 lbs.), DT, South Carolina
101. Christian Kirksey (6-2, 234 lbs.), OLB, Iowa
102. Anthony Johnson* (6-2, 311 lbs.), DT, Louisiana State
103. Dion Bailey* (6-0, 211 lbs.), SS, Southern California
104. Aaron Colvin (5-11, 177 lbs.), CB, Oklahoma
105. Ego Ferguson* (6-3, 302 lbs.), DT, Louisiana State
106. Jaylen Watkins (6-0, 192 lbs.), CB, Florida
107. Terrance Mitchell* (5-11, 193 lbs.), CB, Oregon
108. Ed Reynolds* (6-1, 206 lbs.), FS, Stanford
109. E.J. Gaines (5-10, 191 lbs.), CB, Missouri
110. Jeremy Hill** (6-1, 234 lbs.), RB, Louisiana State
111. Aaron Murray (6-1, 204 lbs.), QB, Georgia
112. Devonta Freeman* (5-8, 205 lbs.), RB, Florida State
113. A.J. McCarron (6-3, 222 lbs.), QB, Alabama
114. Lache Seastrunk* (5-9, 199 lbs.), RB, Baylor
115. Yawin Smallwood* (6-2, 242 lbs.), ILB, Connecticut
116. Andre Williams (6-0, 230 lbs.), RB, Boston College
117. Christian Jones (6-4, 239 lbs.), ILB, Florida State


4th-5th Round Prospects:

118. Loucheiz Purifoy* (6-0, 191 lbs.), CB, Florida
119. Isaiah Crowell* (5-10, 224 lbs.), RB, Alabama State
120. Jon Halapio (6-3, 323 lbs.), OG, Florida
121. Storm Johnson* (6-0, 218 lbs.), RB, Central Florida
122. Jared Abbrederis (6-1, 195 lbs.), WR, Wisconsin
123. Josh Huff (5-11, 204 lbs.), WR, Oregon
124. Justin Ellis (6-2, 342 lbs.), NT, Louisiana Tech
125. Brandon Coleman* (6-6, 225 lbs.), WR, Rutgers
126. Paul Richardson* (6-0, 170 lbs.), WR, Colorado
127. Donte Moncrief* (6-2, 219 lbs.), WR, Ole Miss
128. Caraun Reid (6-2, 305 lbs.), DT, Princeton
129. George Uko* (6-2, 294 lbs.), DT, Southern California
130. Bruce Ellington* (5-9, 198 lbs.), WR, South Carolina
131. Xavier Grimble* (6-4, 261 lbs.), TE, Southern California
132. James Hurst (6-5, 298 lbs.), OT, North Carolina
133. Laurent Duvernay-Tardif (6-5, 298 lbs.), OT, McGill
134. Will Clarke (6-6, 268 lbs.), DE, West Virginia
135. Chris Watt (6-3, 313 lbs.), OG, Notre Dame
136. Adrian Hubbard* (6-6, 257 lbs.), DE, Alabama
137. James Gayle (6-4, 259 lbs.), DE, Virginia Tech
138. Vinnie Sunseri* (5-11, 209 lbs.), SS, Alabama
139. Antone Exum (5-11, 219 lbs.), CB, Virginia Tech
140. Keith McGill (6-3, 213 lbs.), CB, Utah
141. Trey Millard (6-2, 247 lbs.), FB, Oklahoma
142. Stanley Jean-Baptiste (6-3, 213 lbs.), CB, Nebraska


5th Round Prospects:

143. A.C. Leonard* (6-2, 248 lbs.), TE, Tennessee State
144. Ahmad Dixon (6-0, 213 lbs.), SS, Baylor
145. Trevor Reilly (6-5, 244 lbs.), EDGE, Utah
146. Arthur Lynch (6-4, 256 lbs.), TE, Georgia
147. Kevin Pierre-Louis (6-1, 236 lbs.), OLB, Boston College
148. Craig Loston (6-1, 213 lbs.), SS, Louisiana State
149. Kenny Ladler (6-1, 200 lbs.), FS, Vanderbilt
150. Tyler Larsen (6-4, 313 lbs.), C, Utah State