Draft Order NFL: 2017 NFL Draft Order 219. San Francisco 49ers (from Cleveland Browns) 1-15-0, 220. Washington Redskins (from San Francisco 49ers) 2-14-0, 221. Chicago Bears 3-13-0, 222. Jacksonville Jaguars 3-13-0, 223. Miami Dolphins (from Los Angeles Rams) 4-12-0, 224. New York Jets 5-11-0, 225. Los Angeles Chargers 5-11-0, 226. Seattle Seahawks (from Carolina Panthers) 6-10-0, 227. Cincinnati Bengals 6-9-1, 228. Dallas Cowboys (from Buffalo Bills) 7-9-0, 229. New Orleans Saints 7-9-0, 230. Philadelphia Eagles 7-9-0, 231. Arizona Cardinals 7-8-1, 232. Minnesota Vikings 8-8-0, 233. Carolina Panthers (from Indianapolis Colts) 8-8-0, 234. Los Angeles Rams (from Baltimore Ravens) 8-8-0, 235. Washington Redskins 8-7-1, 236. Tennessee Titans 9-7-0, 237. Tampa Bay Buccaneers 9-7-0, 238. Denver Broncos 9-7-0, 239. New England Patriots (from Detroit Lions) 9-7-0, 240. Jacksonville Jaguars (from Miami Dolphins) 10-6-0, 241. New York Giants 11-5-0, 242. Oakland Raiders 12-4-0, 243. Houston Texans 9-7-0, 244. Oakland Raiders (from Seattle Seahawks) 10-5-1, 245. Kansas City Chiefs 12-4, 246. Dallas Cowboys 13-3-0, 247. Green Bay Packers 10-6-0, 248. Pittsburgh Steelers 11-5-0, 249. Atlanta Falcons 11-5-0, 250. Detroit Lions from (New England Patriots) 14-2-0, 251. Cincinnati Bengals (Compensation Pick), 252. Denver Broncos (Compensation Pick), 253. Denver Broncos (Compensation Pick)

2017 NFL Mock Draft: Final Mock Draft 7 Rounds

Round 7

Chris Ransom follow @DraftUtopia Last Updated: Last Updated: April 27, 2017 with updates every Thursday leading up to Draft Day.

  1. San Francisco 49ers: Jordon Vaden, CB, Colorado State

    The 49ers get a second starting cornerback to start the seventh round. They can draft Jordon Vaden here.

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  2. Washington Redskins: Kyle Fuller, C, Baylor

    The Redskins draft a center for depth. Kyle Fuller is the top player on the board and even though his footwork sucks, he's a steal in the seventh round.

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  3. Chicago Bears: Corey Levin, LG, Chattanooga

    Chicago drafts a left guard for depth. The 6-4 307 lb Corey Levin is an awesome value pick at this point.

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  4. Jacksonville Jaguars: Chad Kelly, QB, Ole Miss

    Jacksonville drafts Chad Kelly with their final pick in the seventh round. Kelly could be a project if he makes the Jaguars final roster.

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  5. Miami Dolphins: Xavier Coleman, CB, Portland State

    Xavier Coleman dominated on tape against John Ross and Cooper Kupp. He could be the Malcolm Butler of the 2017 NFL Draft.

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  6. New York Jets: Devine Perine, RB, Indiana

    The Jets draft a developmental running back here. Devine Perine may be a good scheme fit at this point.

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  7. Los Angeles Chargers: Isaiah Ford, WR, Virginia Tech

    The Los Angeles Chargers get a wide receiver for depth here. Isaiah Ford is the best player available here.

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  8. Seattle Seahawks: Marquel Lee, MLB, Wake Forest

    The Seahawks addressed all of their needs. They can draft Marquel Lee for depth here.

    Previous Pick: Kevin Davis, 3-4 MLB, Colorado State

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  9. Cincinnati Bengals: Brad Watson, CB, Wake Forest

    Cincinnati gets a cornerback for depth. Brad Watson is the top cornerback available and the only cornerback in my cornerback rankings.

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  10. Dallas Cowboys: Dan Skipper, RT, Arkansas

    Dallas drafts a right tackle. Dan Skipper may be an ideal replacement for Doug Free at right tackle if Chaz Green screws up. I know I gave Dallas a right tackle before, but one more for depth won't hurt at this point.

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  11. New Orleans Saints: Corey Clement, RB, Wisconsin

    New Orleans gets a running back for depth here. Corey Clement is a steal at this point.

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  12. Philadelphia Eagles: Duke Riley, ROLB, LSU

    Philadelphia drafts an outside linebacker that they can develop for the future. Duke Riley is my top outside linebacker.

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  13. Arizona Cardinals: Josh Tupou, NT, Colorado

    The 6-3 325 lb Josh Tupou may be able to come in and compete for the starting nose tackle spot. Tupou fills a need at this point.

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  14. Minnesota Vikings: Johnny Caspers, LG, Stanford

    Johnny Caspers gives Minnesota more depth at guard. He can compete with Willie Beavers for the backup left guard spot.

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  15. Carolina Panthers: Charles Walker, DT, Oklahoma

    Carolina adds a defensive tackle for depth here. Charles Walker is the best defensive tackle at this point.

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  16. Los Angeles Rams: Jamaal Williams, RB, BYU

    The Rams get a running back for depth. Jamaal Williams is the top running back left at this point.

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  17. Washington Redskins: Isaac Rochell, 3-4 LE, Notre Dame

    The 6-4 280 lb Isaac Rochell has the versatility to play anywhere on a 3-4 defensive line as he lined up in all three positions at Notre Dame just like Sheldon Day. Rochell is a good value pick at this point.

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  18. Tennessee Titans: Aaron Jones, RB, UTEP

    Tennessee grabs the best player available here. Aaron Jones is a running back that warrants some late round consideration.

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  19. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Jay Guillermo, C, Clemson

    The 6-3 325 lb Jay Guillermo gives the Buccaneers a developmental center to work with in the late rounds. Guillermo will be a good backup for Ali Marpet if he can get stronger and correct his footwork because he has the technique of a starting center in terms of executing blocking schemes just not the strength or footwork.

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  20. Denver Broncos: Tyrique Jarrett, NT, Pittsburgh

    With Sylvester Williams gone, nose tackle becomes a bigger priority. Tyrique Jarrett is my top ranked nose tackle.

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  21. New England Patriots: Pharoah Brown, TE, Oregon

    The Patriots addressed all of their needs. They can draft Pharoah Brown for depth here.

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  22. Jacksonville Jaguars: Brian Walker, CB, Fort Valley State

    Brian Walker dominated on tape. He had 12.5 tackles for a loss, 6 interceptions, and 5 deflections from pass breakups.

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  23. New York Giants: Najee Murray, CB, Kent State

    The Giants draft a developmental cornerback for depth here. Najee Murray is an awesome role player who can play similar to Trevin Wade for a much cheaper price.

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  24. Oakland Raiders: Terence Waugh, LE, Kent State

    The Raiders can draft a defensive for depth here. Terence Waugh gives Oakland a situational pass rusher.

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  25. Houston Texans: Jon Heck, RT, North Carolina

    Houston drafts a right tackle for depth. Jon Heck is someone to consider at this point.

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  26. Oakland Raiders: Caleb Peterson, LG, North Carolina

    Oakland gets a left guard here. Caleb Peterson is a great fit for depth in the seventh round.

    Previous Pick: Bobby Wolford, FB, Boston College

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  27. Kansas City Chiefs: Bobby Wolford, FB, Boston College

    The Chiefs get a fullback I guess. I really like Bobby Wolford as a blocking fullback.

    Previous Pick: Caleb Peterson, LG, North Carolina

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  28. Dallas Cowboys: Alex Anzalone, ROLB, Florida

    The Dallas Cowboys get an outside linebacker for depth. Alex Anzalone reminds me a lot of former Cowboys outside linebacker Bobby Carpenter.

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  29. Green Bay Packers: Bryan Cox Jr., 3-4 RE, Florida

    The Packers add a 3-4 defensive end for depth. Bryan Cox Jr. seems like an ideal value pick at this point.

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  30. Pittsburgh Steelers: Darrell Daniels, TE, Washington

    The Steelers take a tight end for depth. Darrell Daniels is raw, but a good depth player in the seventh round after impressing at the 2017 NFL Combine.

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  31. Atlanta Falcons: Riley Sorenson, C, Washington State

    The Falcons draft a center for depth just in case Alex Mack gets injured in 2017. Riley Sorenson is the top center on the board at this point.

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  32. Detroit Lions: Dakota Cox, MLB, New Mexico

    Detroit takes the top player on the board here. Dakota Cox can battle incoming Free Agent Paul Worrilow for a backup spot behind Tahir Whitehead.

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  33. Cincinnati Bengals: Elijah Hood, RB, North Carolina

    Cincinnati gets the 251st pick in the 2017 NFL Draft as a compensation pick. They get this pick because the Minnesota Vikings signed right tackle Andre Smith in the 2016 NFL Free Agency Period after Smith became a Free Agent in 2016.

    The Bengals get running back depth. Elijah Hood is an excellent value pick here.

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  34. Denver Broncos: Dorian Williams, SS, Princeton

    Denver gets the 252nd pick in the 2017 NFL Draft as a compensation pick. They get this pick because the Washington Redskins signed tight end Vernon Davis in the 2016 NFL Free Agency Period after Davis became a Free Agent in 2016.

    Denver takes an Ivy League player here. Dorian Williams probably has the best chance to get drafted among any Ivy League player.

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  35. Denver Broncos: Kendrick Bourne, WR, Eastern Washington

    Denver gets the 253rd pick in the 2017 NFL Draft as a compensation pick. They get this pick because the Pittsburgh Steelers signed left tackle Ryan Harris in the 2016 NFL Free Agency Period after Harris became a Free Agent in 2016.

    Denver takes Kendrick Bourne. Bourne is a receiver with great hands and route running that played next to Cooper Kupp. He may become the NFL's version of Jason Bourne and is this years Mr. Irrelevant.

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