Draft Order NFL: 2017 NFL Draft Order 145. Cleveland Browns 1-15-0, 146. San Francisco 49ers 2-14-0, 147. Chicago Bears 3-13-0, 148. Jacksonville Jaguars 3-13-0, 149. Los Angeles Rams 4-12-0, 150. New York Jets 5-11-0, 151. Los Angeles Chargers 5-11-0, 152. Carolina Panthers 6-10-0, 153. Cincinnati Bengals 6-9-1, 154. Washington Redskins (from New Orleans Saints) 7-9-0, 155. Philadelphia Eagles 7-9-0, 156. Buffalo Bills 7-9-0, 157. Arizona Cardinals 7-8-1, 158. Indianapolis Colts 8-8-0, 159. Baltimore Ravens 8-8-0, 160. Minnesota Vikings 8-8-0, 161. Washington Redskins 8-7-1, 162. Tampa Bay Buccaneers 9-7-0, 163. New England Patriots (from Denver Broncos) 9-7-0, 164. Tennessee Titans 9-7-0, 165. Detroit Lions 9-7-0, 166. Miami Dolphins 10-6-0, 167. New York Giants 11-5-0, 168. Oakland Raiders 12-4-0, 169. Houston Texans 9-7-0, 170. Kansas City Chiefs 12-4-0, 171. Buffalo Bills (from Dallas Cowboys) 13-3-0, 172. Green Bay Packers 10-6-0, 173. Pittsburgh Steelers 11-5-0, 174. Atlanta Falcons 11-5-0, 175. Cleveland Browns (from New England Patriots) 14-2-0, 176. Cincinnati Bengals (Compensation Pick), 177. Denver Broncos (Compensation Pick), 178. Miami Dolphins (Compensation Pick), 179. Arizona Cardinals (Compensation Pick), 180. Kansas City Chiefs (Compensation Pick), 181. Cleveland Browns (Compensation Pick), 182. Green Bay Packers (Compensation Pick), 183. New England Patriots (Compensation Pick), 184. Miami Dolphins (Compensation Pick)

Mark Sciubba's 2017 NFL Mock Draft: 7 Rounds

Round 5

Mark Sciubba's third 2017 NFL Mock Draft is up. This one is seven rounds!

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  1. Cleveland Browns: Howard Wilson, CB, Houston

    Wilson could have gone earlier but he hurt his stock by not performing at his Pro Day. Hopefully he won’t fall victim to this mistake like others have an end up going undrafted over it. He's too talented for that and Browns secondary needs help.

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  2. San Francisco 49ers: Jalen Reeves-Maybin, LB, Tennessee

    Maybin could be a steal in the draft. He as well as all of Tennessee never lived up to the hype except Derek Barnett. He can be a star in the NFL and give the 49ers the playmaker at LB they need.

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  3. Chicago Bears: Corn Elder, CB, Miami FL

    Miami has been quietly putting out some quality DB prospects in the past few years. Corn Elder, other than having my favorite name in the draft is a damn good CB prospect. He's very much the prototype of what NFL teams want.

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  4. Jacksonville Jaguars: Malachi Dupre, WR, LSU

    More offensive help for the Jags as their defense seems pretty set.

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  5. Los Angeles Rams: T.J. Logan, RB, North Carolina

    T.J. Logan would be the perfect compliment back to Gurley. Some like him better than his college teammate Elijah Hood.

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  6. New York Jets: Taywan Taylor, WR, Louisiana Tech
    The Jets should take a chance on a playmaker like Taylor later in the draft. He's fantastic value here.

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  7. Los Angeles Chargers: Corey Clement, RB, Wisconsin

    I think Clement could start in the NFL and be okay. I think he could be an absolute beast in a RB committee or just playing backup getting a few touches a game. Clement joins his former teammate Melvin Gordon in LA.

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  8. Carolina Panthers: Daeshon Hall, EDGE, Texas A&M

    Carolina gets a guy to throw in the competition at defensive end. Hall won't be a star in the NFL but he could be a guy who's very solid.

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  9. Cincinnati Bengals: Rayshawn Jenkins, S, Miami FL

    The Bengals needs to get younger and faster on defense. Jenkins seems like the type of player Marvin Lewis loves.

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  10. Washington Redskins: David Sharpe, OL, Florida

    Another great pick to build up an offensive line that can bully around defenses the way division rival Cowboys does.

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  11. Philadelphia Eagles: Damontae Kazee, CB, San Diego State

    Kazee is a solid corner with excellent ball skills. He's Definitely worth a shot in Philly as they build that defense up.

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  12. Buffalo Bills: Channing Stribling, CB Michigan

    The Bills should add a corner at some point and Stribling is a steal here.

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  13. Arizona Cardinals: Blake Jarwin, TE, Oklahoma State

    The Cardinals have nothing special at tight end so they should grab one in this deep class to see if they can land a starter.

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  14. Indianapolis Colts: Elijah Qualls, DL, Washington

    Indy grabs a space eater here to help out the linebackers they got earlier.

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  15. Baltimore Ravens: Joe Williams, RB, Utah

    You can never have enough great RBs in the AFC North. Questions about Williams love of the game drops him here.

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  16. Minnesota Vikings: Amara Darboh, WR, Michigan

    The Vikings need to add multiple offensive weapons in this draft.

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  17. San Francisco 49ers: Damorea Stringfellow, WR, Ole Miss

    The 49ers have had a giant weakness at WR for years. Adding a mid round talent at WR would be a good move for them as they move into a new era.

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  18. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Danny Isidora, OL, Miami FL

    Miami offensive line had troubles this season but Isidora was solid. He seems like the type of guard the NFL covets.

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  19. New England Patriots: Nico Siragusa, OL, San Diego State

    I'm lower on Siragusa than most. I think his lack of movement skills will knock him down a good amount in the draft. The Patriots always are open to improving the offensive line.

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  20. Tennessee Titans: Jermaine Eluemenor, OL, Texas A&M

    Eluemenor may not be a starter year one, but he has the tools to be a great NFL offensive lineman.

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  21. Detroit Lions: Avery Moss, EDGE, Youngstown State

    Detroit adds a pass rusher to see if he can earn the starting spot opposite Ansah.

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  22. Miami Dolphins: Josh Malone, WR, Tennessee

    Miami adds a clutch WR with decisions at the position looming.

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  23. New York Giants: Jonathan Ford, S, Auburn

    Giants saw first hand the benefits of having a stud Safety last year. Ford could be a nice piece on their defense.

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  24. Oakland Raiders: De'Veon Smith, RB, Michigan

    The Raiders need to take advantage of the loaded RB class and get one at some point even if they’ll just be a depth RB for them their rookie year.

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  25. Houston Texans: Chad Wheeler, OL, USC

    Houston adds a guy who can compete at all 3 interior offensive line spots.

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  26. Kansas City Chiefs: Devonte Fields, EDGE, Louisville

    The Chiefs continue to load up with pass rushers so they can continue their defensive dominance.

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  27. Buffalo Bills: Amba Etta-Tawo, WR, Syracuse

    Etta-Tawo looked great on tape and the stat sheet but a poor showing at the Senior Bowl is what causes him to drop here in the 5th.

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  28. Green Bay Packers: Donnell Pumphrey, RB, San Diego State

    Pumphery would be a great pick up for the Pack. The RB situation is still a little foggy and he can help out in other ways on offense and special teams as well.

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  29. Pittsburgh Steelers: Chad Kelly, QB, Ole Miss

    Kelly is better than Steelers' current backup and could be the QB of the future.

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  30. Atlanta Falcons: Ryan Glasgow, DL, Michigan

    The Falcons have made it clear they want to add to their defensive line rotation.

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  31. Cleveland Browns: Charles Walker, DL, Oklahoma

    Walker is way more talented than the 175th best player in the draft, but leaving his team and concussions drop him down here where he can be a steal.

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  32. Cincinnati Bengals: Jehu Chesson, WR, Michigan

    The Bengals grab a guy to compete for the right to play opposite AJ Green.

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  33. Denver Broncos: Avery Gennesy, OL, Texas A&M

    Denver grabs some O line depth late. They'll need to keep the O line strong to figure out the QB situation.

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  34. Miami Dolphins: J.J. Dielman, OL, Utah

    Miami has found an offensive identity that works for them as a power run team with some fast tough receivers so adding an offensive lineman will help them keep that in the long run.

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  35. Arizona Cardinals: Brad Kaaya, QB, Miami FL

    The Cardinals get a strong backup QB and potentially a future starter in Kaaya.

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  36. Kansas City Chiefs: Jeremy Sprinkle, TE, Arkansas
    The Chiefs need to get ultra talented Travis Kelce a Robin.

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  37. Cleveland Browns: Matt Dayes, RB, North Carolina State

    Browns grab a talented RB late to make sure they're set at the position for years to come.

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  38. Green Bay Packers: Keionta Davis, EDGE, Chattanooga

    The Packers add another pass rusher to help get the defense where it needs to be to win a Super Bowl.

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  39. New England Patriots: Bryan Cox Jr., EDGE, Florida

    Cox getting coached up by Bill Belichick could make for the steal of the draft.

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  40. Miami Dolphins: Lewis Neal, EDGE, LSU

    Lewis Neal would be a good rotational player for any 4-3 teams.

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