Draft Order NFL: 138. Green Bay Packers (from Cleveland Browns): 0-16, 139. New York Giants: 3-13, 140. Indianapolis Colts: 4-12, 141. Seattle Seahawks (from Houston Texans): 4-12, 142. Washington Redskins (from Denver Broncos): 5-11, 143. San Francisco 49ers (from New York Jets): 5-11, 144. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: 5-11, 145. Chicago Bears: 5-11, 146. Seattle Seahawks (from Oakland Raiders): 6-10, 147. New Orleans Saints (from Miami Dolphins): 6-10, 148. Pittsburgh Steelers (from San Francisco 49ers): 6-10, 149. Denver Broncos (from Washington Redskins): 7-9, 150. Cleveland Browns (from Green Bay Packers): 7-9, 151. Cincinnati Bengals: 7-9, 152. Arizona Cardinals: 8-8, 153. Detroit Lions: 9-7, 154. Baltimore Ravens: 9-7, 155. Los Angeles Chargers: 9-7, 156. Philadelphia Eagles (from Seattle Seahawks): 9-7, 157. New York Jets (from Dallas Cowboys): 9-7, 158. Cincinnati Bengals (from Buffalo Bills): 9-7, 159. Oakland Raiders (from Kansas City Chiefs): 10-6, 160. Denver Broncos (from Los Angeles Rams): 11-5, 161. Carolina Panthers: 11-5, 162. Tennessee Titans: 9-7, 163. Washington Redskins (from Atlanta Falcons): 10-6, 164. New Orleans Saints: 11-5, 165. Pittsburgh Steelers: 13-3, 166. Buffalo Bills (from Jacksonville Jaguars): 10-6, 167. Minnesota Vikings: 13-3, 168. Seattle Seahawks (from New England Patriots): 13-3, 169. Philadelphia Eagles: 13-3, 170. Cincinnati Bengals (Compensation Pick), 171. Dallas Cowboys: (Compensation Pick), 172. Green Bay Packers: (Compensation Pick), 173. Oakland Raiders: (Compensation Pick from Dallas Cowboys), 174. Green Bay Packers: (Compensation Pick)

Tony Mario's 2018 NFL Mock Draft: 7 Rounds

Round 5

Tony Mario Last Updated: April 25, 2018.

  1. Green Bay Packers: Trent Thompson, DT, Georgia

    Green Bay drafts a siutational defensive tackle that can play in the 4-3 or the 3-4 in a 5-technique role. Green Bay is moving to a hybrid defense.

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  2. New York Giants: Allen Lazard, WR, Iowa State

    The Giants haven't drafted a wide receiver to play across from Odell Beckham Jr. yet. A big body like Allen Lazard could be a huge steal if Lazard can show he can catch the football more consistently on tape.

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  3. Indianapolis Colts: Tyquan Lewis, LE, Ohio State

    Indianapolis will have to draft multiple defensive ends if they miss out on Bradley Chubb. Tyquan Lewis provides depth for Tarrell Basham at the very worst and competition at the very best. He's a nice addition for the Colts here.

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  4. Seattle Seahawks: Royce Freeman, RB, Oregon

    The Seahawks get another running back for depth just in case Chris Carson and C.J. Prosise cannot stay healthy in 2018. Royce Freeman has three down ability if he can stay healthy. Freeman has great pass protection as well as pass catching. Durability is his biggest concern though.

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  5. Washington Redskins: Mason Cole, C, Michigan

    Washington lost Spencer Long to the Jets. They probably will draft another center to compete with Chase Roullier who impressed as a rookie for the starting center job in 2018. Mason Cole is the top center on the board, and an awesome value pick at this point in the fifth round.

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  6. San Francisco 49ers: Justin Jones, DT, North Carolina State

    The 49ers get a defensive tackle for depth. Justin Jones won't be a starter here, but San Francisco is a team that can get the most out of Jones as a situational defensive tackle.

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  7. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Will Richardson, RT, North Carolina State

    Tampa Bay gets offensive tackle depth. Will Richardson can be a good backup to Demar Dotson. Maybe he can be a long-term starter for Tampa Bay after Dotson if he develops under Dotson after Dotson's contract is up in 2019.

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  8. Chicago Bears: Korey Robertson, WR, Southern Mississippi

    More wide receiver depth for Chicago heere. Korey Robertson has the ability to be a threat in the deep passing game, plus he's someone Chicago can get for depth here.

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  9. Seattle Seahawks: Dane Cruikshank, SS, Arizona

    Seattle gets a safety for depth. Dane Cruikshank can play nickel cornerback, strong safety, or free safety.

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  10. New Orleans Saints: Ian Thomas, TE, Indiana

    New Orleans gets a tight end for depth. Ian Thomas dominated Indiana's Pro Day and is someone moving up on a lot of boards.

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  11. Pittsburgh Steelers: Avonte Maddox, CB, Pittsburgh

    Pittsburgh gets their second player on the Pittsburgh Panthers in this draft. Avonte Maddox is a name to keep to keep an eye on in the late rounds as he could play in a depth role or on special teams.

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  12. Denver Broncos: Poona Ford, 3-4 RE, Texas

    Denver gets a 5-technique for depth. Poona Ford may actually be a better fit for a 3-4 role at 5-11 298 lbs then he would be in a 4-3 defensive tackle role.

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  13. Cleveland Browns: Marcus Allen, SS, Penn State

    The Browns get depth at safety behind Damarious Randall at free safety and Jabrill Peppers at strong safety. Allen won't be a starter in Cleveland, but could be a great depth player.

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  14. Cincinnati Bengals: Oren Burks, MLB, Vanderbilt

    Cincinnati gets a middle linebacker here. Oren Burks may be talented enough to win a starting spot in Cincinnati despite being a day 3 pick.

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  15. Arizona Caridnals: Sam Jones, LG, Arizona State

    Arizona grabs a left guard for depth when you consider Dorian Johnson got cut after one year and when you consider that Mike Iupati got injured. The local Sam Jones out of Arizona State is a great fit here.

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  16. Detroit Lions: Jack Campos, LT, Iowa State

    Detroit gets depth at left tackle here just in case Taylor Decker gets injured again in 2018. Jack Campos is an awesome depth player for the Lions at left tackle at this point in the fifth round.

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  17. Baltimore Ravens: Nic Shimonek, QB, Texas Tech

    Baltimore takes the best player on the board. They use this pick to get a quarterback to develop behind Joe Flacco.

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  18. Los Angeles Chargers: Mike White, QB, Western Kentucky

    A successor to Rivers is needed. I'm not sure if Mike White will be that, but what he will be is a good backup.

    This may be the worst film session on a prospect. I liked White's tape and was talking about the analysis.

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  19. Philadelphia Eagles: Joseph Noteboom, RT, TCU

    Philadelphia gets another offensive tackle in the fifth round. Noteboom would be a right tackle for depth behind Lane Johnson. Noteboom played left tackle at TCU, but showed the versatility to move over to right tackle at the 2018 Senior Bowl.

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  20. New York Jets: Scott Quessenberry, C, UCLA

    New York signed Spencer Long Washington's starting center as a starter and Travis Swanson Detroit's starting center as a backup. Quessenberry can play center or guard which is why the Jets take him even if he may end up as a third string center.

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  21. Cincinnati Bengals: Kendrick Norton, DT, Miami FL

    Cincinnati grabs a defensive tackle for depth. Kendrick Norton can start out as a rotational defensive tackle and work his way into the lineup.

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  22. Oakland Raiders: Christopher Herndon IV, TE, Miami FL

    The Raiders get a tight end for depth here. Another Hurricanes tight end for depth to replace Clive Walford.

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  23. Denver Broncos: Hercules Mata'afa, 3-4 ROLB, Washington State

    The Broncos already have Von Miller, Shane Ray, and Demarcus Walker. They add one more pass rusher with Washington State sack artist Hercules Mata'afa who I see as a project player.

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  24. Carolina Panthers: P.J. Hall, DT, Sam Houston State

    Carolina lost Star Lotulelei, but they still got Kawaan Short, Dontari Poe, and 2016 first round pick Vernon Butler who can step in behind Poe if Poe gets injured. P.J. Hall is someone Carolina can gamble on for depth here in the fifth round.

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  25. Tennessee Titans: Leon Jacobs, 3-4 MLB, Wisconsin

    Tennessee gets their 3-4 middle linebacker here in Leon Jacobs. Jacobs can play outside or inside.

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  26. Washington Redskins: Michael Joseph, CB, Dubuque

    Washington adds a cornerback for depth. Michael Joseph was the top player in Division 3 this past season.

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  27. New Orleans Saints: Danny Johnson, CB, Southern

    The Saints get a cornerback for depth here. Danny Johnson would be a nice addition for the Saints at this point in the fifth round.

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  28. Pittsburgh Steelers: Ike Boettger, LG, Iowa

    Pittsburgh grabs Ike Boettger for depth. Ike Boettger played left tackle, left guard, right guard, and right tackle at Iowa. Pittsburgh develops Boettger behind Ramon Foster for a year.

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  29. Buffalo Bills: Matthew Thomas, MLB, Florida State

    Buffalo gets their replacement to Preston Brown here in the fifth round. Matthew Thomas may have the ceiling of a backup, but this is one situation where he may have to start right away.

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  30. Minnesota Vikings: Logan Woodside, QB, Toledo

    Minnesota gets Logan Woodside here. Woodside gets to be a third string quarterback in Minnesota behind Cousins and Siemian. He could push Trevor Siemian for the backup gig though too.

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  31. Seattle Seahawks: Andrew Brown, LE, Virginia

    The Seahawks get Michael Bennett's replacement here. Andrew Brown is a great value pick in the fifth round.

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  32. Philadelphia Eagles: Trayon Henderson, FS, Hawaii

    Philadelphia gets a safety for depth here. I believe Trayvon Henderson is talented enough to play either cornerback or safety.

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  33. Cincinnati Bengals: Jalen Davis, CB, Utah State

    Cincinnati got this compensation pick at 170 thanks to Andew Whitworth signing with the Los Angeles Rams. They get another cornerback here in Jalen Davis who plays with the aggression Cincinnati looks for.

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  34. Dallas Cowboys: Ade Aruna, RE, Tulane

    Dallas got this compensation pick at 171 thanks to Barry Church signing with Jacksonville. Ade Aruna provides good competiton for a late round pass rusher.

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  35. Green Bay Packers: Tyrone Crowder, RG, Clemson

    Green Bay got this compensation pick at 172 thanks to Micah Hyde signing with Buffalo. Depth at right guard is needed. Tyrone Crowder may be able to win a starting job at right guard in Green Bay. At the beginning of the season, I had a second round grade on Crowder before his disappointing 2017 camapign despite showing outstanding tape in 2016.

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  36. Oakland Raiders: Deatrich Nichols, CB, South Florida

    Dallas got this compensation pick at 173 thanks to Brandon Carr signing with Baltimore. They traded this compensation pick to the Oakland Raiders though. Oakland uses this pick to get depth at cornerback. Deatrich Nichols is really underrated on tape to the point where Mack Brown wouldn't shut up about how good Nichols is when calling South Florida games on ESPN. Mack Brown even said Nichols checks all the boxes you want a cornerback to have.

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  37. Green Bay Packers: Mike McCray, 3-4 MLB, Michigan

    Green Bay got this compensation pick at 174 thanks to J.C. Tretter signing with Cleveland. Green Bay gets another Michigan linebacker who can come in and learn for a year before replacing Jake Ryan in 2019 when Ryan's contract expires. McCray can play any of the three spots as a 4-3 outside linebacker and can also play 3-4 middle linebacker so he fits the hybrid defense Pettine is trying to build.

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