Draft Order NFL: Projected Records 2019 NFL Draft Order: Round 7: 215. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (from Arizona Cardinals): 3-13, 216. Kansas City Chiefs (from San Francisco 49ers): 4-12, 217. New York Jets: 4-12, 218. Oakland Raiders: 4-12, 219. Pittsburgh Steelers (from Tampa Bay Buccaneers): 5-11, 220. Houston Texans (from New York Giants): 5-11, 221. Cleveland Browns (from Jacksonville Jaguars): 5-11, 222. Chicago Bears (from Denver Broncos): 6-10, 223. Cincinnati Bengals: 6-10, 224. Detroit Lions: 6-10, 225. Buffalo Bills: 6-10, 226. Green Bay Packers: 6-9-1, 227. Washington Redskins: 7-9, 228. Buffalo Bills (from Carolina Panthers): 7-9, 229. Detroit Lions (from Miami Dolphins): 7-9, 230. Atlanta Falcons: 7-9, 231. New Orleans Saints (from Cleveland Browns): 7-8-1, 232. New York Giants (from Minnesota Vikings): 8-7-1, 233. Miami Dolphins (from Tennessee Titans): 9-7, 234. Miami Dolphins (from Pittsburgh Steelers): 9-6-1, 235. Oakland Raiders (from Seattle Seahawks): 10-6, 236. Jacksonville Jaguars (from Baltimore Ravens): 10-6, 237. Denver Broncos (from Houston Texans): 11-5, 238. Chicago Bears: 12-4, 239. New England Patriots (from Philadelphia Eagles): 9-7, 240. Indianapolis Colts: 10-6, 241. Dallas Cowboys: 10-6, 242. Los Angeles Chargers: 12-4, 243. New England Patriots (from Kansas City Chiefs): 12-4, 244. New Orleans Saints: 13-3, 245. New York Giants (from Los Angeles Rams): 13-3, 246. New England Patriots: 11-5, 247. Minnesota Vikings (Compensation Pick): 8-7-1, 248. Arizona Cardinals (Compensation Pick): 3-13, 249. Arizona Cardinals (Compensation Pick): 3-13, 250. Minnesota Vikings (Compensation Pick): 8-7-1, 251. Los Angeles Rams (Compensation Pick): 13-3, 252. New England Patriots (Compensation Pick): 11-5, 253. Washington Redskins (Compensation Pick): 7-9, 254. Arizona Cardinals (Compensation Pick): 3-13


2019 NFL Mock Draft: Final Mock 7 Rounds






Chris Ransom follow @DraftUtopia Last Updated: April 25, 2019.


Round 7


  1. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Austin Seibert, K, Oklahoma

    Austin Seibert made 60-yard field goals during practices in Mobile. Seibert also made a 65-yard field goal with the wind blowing his way during a practice in Mobile. Seibert is my top kicker because he kicks with power and accuracy. He also surpassed Zane Gonzalez for career points.


  2. Kansas City Chiefs: Albert Huggins, DT, Clemson

    Kansas City gets a defensive tackle for depth. Albert Huggins did a pretty good job as a backup defensive tackle behind Christian Wilkins and Dexter Lawrence at Clemson. He also had a strong 2019 NFL Combine.



  3. New York Jets: Troy Dye, 3-4 MLB, Oregon

    New York gets a 3-4 middle linebacker for depth behind C.J. Mosley and Darron Lee. Troy Dye is the best inside linebacker on the board at this point in the seventh round.


  4. Oakland Raiders: Kyle Shurmur, QB, Vanderbilt

    Kyle Shurmur is the son of Pat Shurmur. All these draft sites mocking a quarterback to the Raiders at 4 are funny. Shurmur is a perfect backup to Derek Carr this late in the draft.



  5. Pittsburgh Steelers: Demetrius Knox, LG, Ohio State

    The 6-4 313 lb Demetrius Knox gives Pittsburgh more depth at guard since he can play left guard or right guard on either side. He provides insurance for Pittsburgh as a swing guard behind Ramon Foster and David DeCastro.


  6. Houston Texans: Mike Edwards, SS, Kentucky

    Houston grabs another safety for depth. Mike Edwards is a good backup strong safety for depth at this point in the seventh round..



  7. Cleveland Browns: Cortez Broughton, DT Cincinnati

    Cleveland gets another defensive tackle for depth. Cortez Broughton is an absolute steal in the seventh round. He'd be a fifth round pick in any other defensive tackle class.


  8. Chicago Bears: Porter Gustin, 3-4 ROLB, USC

    Chicago gets a pass rusher for depth behind Khalil Mack and Leonard Floyd. Porter Gustin may not have the speed you want, but he's productive on tape. I like him in Chicago as a rotational pass rusher pushing for a roster spot.



  9. Cincinnati Bengals: Garrett Brumfield, LG, LSU

    Garrett Brumfield provides nice depth behind Clint Boling. He could be a decent swing guard for Cincinnati.


  10. Detroit Lions: Wyatt Miller, RT, Central Florida

    Detroit grabs a swing offensive tackle to compliment Taylor Decker at left tackle and Ricky Wagner at right tackle. Wyatt Miller is my best player on the board in the seventh round, and he gives Detroit an effective swing tackle.



  11. Buffalo Bills: Trayvon Williams, RB, Texas A&M

    The Buffalo Bills draft a second running back to compete for a roster spot. Now Buffalo has LeSean McCoy, Frank Gore, Damien Harris, and Trayvon Williams competing for three running back spots. All four running backs are talented enough to crack Buffalo's final 53-man roster.



  12. Green Bay Packers: Jake Browning, QB, Washington

    Green Bay gets a quarterback that can push DeShone Kizer for the backup gig. Jake Browning is the top ranked quarterback on my board at this point. Worst case scenario, Green Bay ends up cutting a seventh round pick in training camp.


  13. Washington Redskins: Justice Hill, RB, Oklahoma State

    Washington gets a running back for depth. If Adrian Peterson declines and Derrius Guice gets injured again, then depth will be needed. Justice Hill is a steal at this point in the seventh round just based on value.



  14. Buffalo Bills: Jazz Ferguson, WR, Northwestern State

    Buffalo gets another receiver in the seventh round. Jazz Ferguson provides great depth at wide receiver for Buffalo.


  15. Detroit Lions: Zach Gentry, TE, Michigan

    Detroit grabs an extra tight end for depth. Getting a local like Zach Gentry for Detroit in the seventh round is a great way for the Lions to wrap up their draft.



  16. Atlanta Falcons: A.J. Oullette, RB, Ohio

    Atlanta grabs another running back for depth. A.J. Oullette is a running back that bruises like a fullback. Ohio's team captain reminds me of Peyton Hillis.


  17. New Orlean Saints: Larry Allen Jr., LG, Harvard

    New Orleans gets a guard for depth behind Andrus Peat. Larry Allen Jr. is the son of Larry Allen. He's someone that the New Orleans Saints could target here.



  18. New York Giants: Ricky Walker, DT, Virginia Tech

    New York gets the best player on the board here to wrap up their draft. At this point, that player is Ricky Walker.


  19. Miami Dolphins: Ryan Pulley, CB, Arkansas

    Ryan Pulley is an extra cornerback that Miami can add to push for a roster spot. Pulley is the best player on the board at this point.



  20. Miami Dolphins: Santos Ramirez, SS, Arkansas

    Miami grabs another safety to add for depth. Santos Ramirez could push for a backup strong safety roster spot.


  21. Oakland Raiders: Clifton Duck, CB, Appalachian State

    Oakland gets another cornerback for depth. Clifton Duck is a great value pick at this point in the seventh round.



  22. Jacksonville Jaguars: Sam Mustipher, C, Notre Dame

    Jacksonville gets insurance just in case Brandon Linder hasn't recovered from his knee injury. No I'm not mocking Nick Linder, Brandon's brother. I'll mock Notre Dame's center here instead.


  23. Denver Broncos: Dakota Allen, 3-4 MLB, Texas Tech

    Denver uses this pick to obtain more depth at 3-4 middle linebacker. Dakota Allen can line up at 3-4 right outside linebacker, 3-4 middle linebacker, 3-4 left outside linebacker, 4-3 right outside linebacker, 4-3 middle linebacker, or 4-3 left outside linebacker. Dakota Allen is a plug-in-play linebacker that Denver can add late.



  24. Chicago Bears: Cole Tracy, K, LSU

    Chicago gets a kicker to push Chris Blewitt. Every kicker in this draft class is an upgrade over Cody Parkey. I like Blewitt, but is he really good enough to keep one of these rookie kickers from claiming a starting job. That I question.


  25. New England Patriots: Tyler Horton, CB, Boise State

    New England gets another cornerback for depth. Tyler Horton is one of the most underrated cornerbacks in the 2019 NFL Draft.



  26. Indianapolis Colts: E.J. Ejiya, MLB, North Texas

    Indianapolis gets a linebacker for depth. E.J. Ejiya out of North Texas is better then people realize. The Colts can double up and draft two middle linebackers in this draft. Ejiya could make the final roster, but worst case scenario, the Colts cu the seventh round pick.


  27. Dallas Cowboys: Trey Pipkins, LT, Sioux Falls

    Dallas gets a left tackle for depth behind Tyron Smith. Trey Pipkins would be a solid backup left tackle for Dallas at this point.



  28. Los Angeles Chargers: Patrick Mekari, RG, California

    The Los Angeles Chargers get an offensive lineman with the versatility to play left tackle, left guard, right guard, or right tackle. Depth at guard is needed.


  29. New England Patriots: Ryan Bates, LT, Penn State

    New England gets an offensive tackle that can line up on either side for depth. Insurance is needed in case Isaiah Wynn gets injured again.



  30. New Orleans Saints: Jackson Barton, RT, Utah

    New Orleans gets a backup to groom behind Ryan Ramcyzk. Jackson Barton is someone who was a bookend right tackle to Garrett Bolles before moving to left tackle. He was much better at right tackle.


  31. New York Giants: Jalin Moore, RB, Appalachian State

    Jalin Moore is the best player on the board. He wouldn't start on the Giants, but he could fight for one of the backup roster spots in New York's backfield.



  32. New England Patriots: Mike Weber, RB, Ohio State

    Another day, another dollar. Another gizmo or gadget for New England to add to their backfield.


  33. Minnesota Vikings: Brett Rypien, QB, Boise State

    Minnesota got this compensation pick at 247 thanks to Tramaine Brock signing with the Denver Broncos. Now Brock signed with the Arizona Cardinals.


    Brett Rypien may be the only quarterback in this entire draft class who can make six progressions. However, he has a noodle for an arm and will always be a backup. Some skeptics said the same thing about Kirk Cousins though so we'll see what happens if Minnesota gets the Boise State quarterback.



  34. Arizona Cardinals: Charles Wright, 3-4 ROLB, Vanderbilt

    Arizona got this compensation pick at 248 thanks to Drew Stanton signing with the Cleveland Browns. Amazing that Arizona actually obtained something for Drew Stanton.


    Arizona gets a pass rusher for depth to groom behind Chandler Jones and Terrell Suggs for their 3-4 defense. Charles Wright provides tremendous value at this point in the seventh round.


  35. Arizona Cardinals: Drew Sample, TE, Washington

    Arizona got this compensation pick at 249 thanks to Jaron Brown signing with the Seattle Seahawks. Arizona deserves some credit for obtaining something from a division rival.


    Drew Sample is a nice tight end to have for depth. That being said he is a backup tight end.



  36. Minnesota Vikings: C.J. Conrad, TE, Kentucky

    Minnesota got this compensation pick at 250 thanks to Shamar Stephen signing with the Seattle Seahawks. Minnesota brought back Stephen for 2019 and still got this pick. Amazing job by Rick Speilman.


    Minnesota grabs a tight end for depth. C.J. Conrad can be a nice developmental tight end and backup to Kyle Rudolph.


  37. Los Angeles Rams: Anthony Rush, NT, UAB

    Los Angeles got this compensation pick at 98 thanks to Trumaine Johnson signing with the New York Jets along with the New York Giants giving up a 2019 third round pick for Sam Beal in the 2018 NFL Supplemental Draft.


    The 6-0 234 lb Sutton Smith is another edge rusher at 3-4 outside linebacker who could compliment Jachai Polite, the Los Angeles Rams first round pick. Los Angeles grabs the Northern Illinois pass rusher in the clip below to load up off the edge. Smith just embarasses Utah left tackle Jackson Barton in this clip.





  38. New England Patriots: Trace McSorely, QB, Penn State

    New England got this compensation pick at 97 thanks to Nate Solder signing with the New York Giants along with the New York Giants giving up a 2019 third round pick for Sam Beal in the 2018 NFL Supplemental Draft.


    Greg Gaines could replace one of the current Washington defensive tackles on New England's roster. Here is tape of Greg Gaines versus the Utah Utes from the 2018 PAC 12 Championship Game.




  39. Washington Redskins: Trevon Wesco, FB, West Virginia

    Washington got this compensation pick at 96 thanks to Kirk Cousins signing with the Minnesota Vikings along with the New York Giants giving up a 2019 third round pick for Sam Beal in the 2018 NFL Supplemental Draft.


    Washington actually takes a left tackle that is actually better then Gerod Christian. Christian can move inside to left guard too thanks to this pick.



  40. Arizona Cardinals: Ului Lapuaho, LT, BYU

    Arizona got this compensation pick at 249 thanks to Jaron Brown signing with the Seattle Seahawks. Arizona deserves some credit for obtaining something from a division rival.


    Drew Sample is a nice tight end to have for depth. That being said he is a backup tight end.














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