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2016 NFL Mock Draft: Final Mock 7 Rounds




Round 7




Chris Ransom Last Updated: April 26, 2016 with updates every Tuesday leading up to Draft Day.


  1. Tennessee Titans: Avery Young, LG, Auburn

    Avery Young gives the Titans more depth at guard. He could go as early as the fourth round and as late as the seventh round.


  2. Cleveland Browns: Tyler Ervin, RB, San Jose State

    Cleveland has Isaiah Crowell and Duke Johnson. A third string running back is needed though. The undersized Tyler Ervin makes sense here.


    Previous Pick: C.J. Prosise, RB, Notre Dame

  3. San Diego Chargers: Jarron Jones, NT, Notre Dame

    San Diego gets a nose tackle here. The 6-5 315 lb Jarron Jones tore his MCL back in August, but he had 23 solo tackles, 17 assisted tackles, 40 total tackles, 7.5 tackles for a loss, and 7 quarterback hurries in 2014. He's worth a late round flyer with his pass rushing and run stuffing at this point.


  4. Seattle Seahawks: Dan Voltz, C, Wisconsin

    Seattle gets a center here. Dan Voltz provides Patrick Lewis with some much needed competition for the starting center job.



  5. Jacksonville Jaguars: Tajae Sharpe, WR, Massachusetts

    Jacksonville gets a wide receiver. Tajae Sharpe had 111 receptions, 1,319 receiving yards, and 5 receiving touchdowns in 2015. Sharpe bulked up to 6-4 201 lbs.


  6. Miami Dolphins: Ross Martin, K, Duke

    Ross Martin hit 60-yard field goals during the 2016 Senior Bowl. Miami grabs the third kicker in the 2016 NFL Draft here.


    Previous Pick: Stephane Nembot, RT, Colorado

  7. Denver Broncos: Dariusz Bladek, LG, Bethune-Cookman

    Denver gets a left guard here. Dariusz Bladek was a a three year starter at left guard at Bethune-Cookman making him an option in the seventh round.


  8. Pittsburgh Steelers: Jacoby Brissett, QB, North Carolina State

    Pittsburgh gets a developmental quarterback to groom behind Ben Roethlisberger. I don't think Brissett is a starter, but I got more faith in him than Landry Jones long term, plus Brissett deserves an opportunity to beat out Jones for the backup job.



  9. Chicago Bears: Adam Redmond, C, Harvard

    The Chicago Bears go with the best player available. Harvard center Adam Redmond has the versatility to play left tackle, left guard, center, right guard, or right tackle in the NFL.


  10. Miami Dolphins: Tanner Thexton, LT, Penn

    Miami needs a left tackle for depth. Tanner Thexton was impressive against Ivy League pass rushers including Harvard pass rusher Zach Hodgers where he had impressive tape.


    Previous Pick: Ross Martin, K, Duke

  11. Washington Redskins: Luke Rhodes, 3-4 MLB, William & Mary

    Washington uses this pick to get a 3-4 middle linebacker. Luke Rhodes is the top middle linebacker left at this juncture.


  12. Philadelphia Eagles: James Burgess, MLB, Louisville

    With Kiko Alonso now on Miami, the Eagles can get a middle linebacker for depth here. James Burgess is my top ranked middle linebacker at this point in the seventh round.



  13. Oakland Raiders: Nelson Spruce, WR, Colorado

    Oakland can take the best player available here. At this point that player is Nelson Spruce early in the seventh round.


  14. Denver Broncos: Devon Cajuste, WR, Stanford

    Devon Cajuste can be used as a wide receiver or a tight end with his size. Denver may draft him as a possession receiver with size for depth.


  15. Detroit Lions: Chris Brown, WR, Notre Dame

    Detroit adds another wide receiver for depth even with Golden Tate, Marvin Jones, and Tyler Boyd as a second round pick on the roster. Chris Brown is the top receiver left at this point.


  16. New Orleans Saints: Vernon Adams Jr., QB, Oregon

    New Orleans gets a quarterback to challenge Garrett Grayson for a roster spot. That's where Vernon Adams Jr. comes into play.


    Vernon Adams Jr. only has one year of experience as a starter. He was MVP of the East West Shrine Game though.



  17. Atlanta Falcons: Antwaun Woods, DT, USC

    Atlanta needs a defensive tackle for depth. Seventh round prospect Antwaun Woods was a preseason first round prospect, so Atlanta could add him for depth in the seventh round.


  18. Indianapolis Colts: Ben Braunecker, TE, Harvard

    Indianapolis gets a tight end for depth to replace Coby Fleener. The Colts have shown a lot of interest in Harvard tight end Ben Braunecker bringing him in for an individual workout while attending Harvard's Pro Day.


  19. Minnesota Vikings: Bralon Addison, WR, Oregon

    The Minnesota Vikings add another wide receiver here. Bralon Addison had 10 receiving touchdowns in 2015 and can be an effective red zone threat from the slot.


  20. New York Jets: Pierce Slater, RT, San Diego State

    The New York Jets should get an offensive tackle for depth. Pierce Slater has lined up at both offensive tackle spots and some consider him a sixth round prospect.



  21. Washington Redskins: Joey Hunt, C, TCU

    Washington needs a center. TCU center Joey Hunt is an option here.


  22. New England Patriots: Darius Latham, DT, Indiana

    New England grabs one more defensive tackle for depth even with the addition of Terrance Knighton. The 6-4 300 lb Darius Latham has solid ability as a rotational defensive tackle, but he needs to keep his head on straight with his character concerns. Latham will get an opportunity in New England, but Belichick will put Latham on a zero tolerance policy for off the field incidents and that should motivate Latham.


  23. Minnesota Vikings: Stephen Scheu, TE, Vanderbilt

    Minnesota should get Stephen Scheu as a third string tight end. The Vikings are in a position where they can go with the best player available.


  24. Cincinnati Bengals: Derek Watt, FB, Wisconsin

    The Cincinnati Bengals have no fullbacks on their depth chart. Derek Watt, the younger brother of J.J. Watt would be a good addition here.



  25. Pittsburgh Steelers: Peyton Barber, RB, Auburn

    Peyton Barber had 1,017 rushing yards and 13 rushing touchdowns as a sophomore redshirt. Pittsburgh can add Barber as a third stringer for depth behind Le'Veon Bell and DeAngelo Williams.


  26. Seattle Seahawks: Henry Kreiger Coble, TE, Iowa

    Seattle drafts a tight end for depth. Henry Kreiger Coble makes a lot of sense for Seattle in the seventh round.


  27. Green Bay Packers: Geronimo Allison, WR, Illinois

    The Packers draft another wide receiver for depth. The 6-4 200 lb Geronimo Allison is the best player available at this point in the seventh round.


  28. Kansas City Chiefs: Cre'von Leblanc, CB, Florida Atlantic

    Kansas City adds a dime cornerback for depth. Cre'von Leblanc is the best player available.



  29. New England Patriots: DeAndre Washington, RB, Texas Tech

    New England grabs a running back for depth here. DeAndre Washington is a great value pick in the seventh round after impressing at the 2016 Senior Bowl.


  30. Philadelphia Eagles: LaQuan McGowan, TE, Baylor

    Someone will take a flyer on the 400 lb tight end LaQuon McGowan. He ran a faster 40 time than Rich Eisen despite weighing 400 lbs.


  31. Carolina Panthers: Marquise Williams, QB, North Carolina

    The Carolina Panthers brought hometown Tar Heel Marquise Williams in for an individual workout. Williams had 3,072 passing yards, 24 passing touchdowns, 13 rushing touchdowns, 37 total touchdowns, and 10 interceptions at 6-4 212 lbs. Carolina could draft Williams as a backup to Cam Newton if they liked him that much.


  32. Denver Broncos: Ben Curtis, RT, Delaware

    The Denver Broncos get someone with the versatility to play both offensive tackle roles. Ben Curtis has lined up at both left tackle and right tackle. He's a natural run blocker with excellent run blocking strength despite weighing 295 lbs. He has excellent footwork as a pass blocker and a run blocker. He can zone block. He needs to improve his pass blocking strength, but the technique is there, and he's worth a flyer with the final pick in the seventh round.











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