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2015 NFL Mock Draft: Final Mock 7 Rounds

Round 7

Alabama fullback Jalston Fowler is a player to keep an eye on in the seventh round. Unlike Yale's Tyler Varga, Fowler is a natural fullback unlike Varga who can be a running back or a fullback.

Posted By Chris Ransom Last Updated: April 30, 2015. Updates Every Thursday leading up to Draft Day.

  1. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Cody Riggs, CB, Notre Dame

    Cody Riggs could be a solid nickel corner. Riggs is one of the better players available in round 7.

  2. New England Patriots: A.J. Johnson, MLB, Tennessee

    A.J. Johnson was a 4 year starter with a minimum of 80 total tackles in each season with Tennessee. Johnson also had 100+ tackles in 3 consecutive seasons from 2012-2014 after having 80 tackles as a freshman.

    The 6-2 242 lb middle linebacker has the versatility to play in a 4-3 or a 3-4. The biggest reason he fell to round 7 is because he got tried of Domestic Assault. He got barred from the NFL Combine and even Tennessee's Pro Day.

    Most players who might be facing jail time like Johnson would not even get drafted let alone make an NFL Training Camp. I think Belichick would take a flyer on Johnson in round 7 after Vontaze Burfict went undrafted. If Belichick does that he gets a steal with Johnson at this pick.

  3. Jacksonville Jaguars: Tony Lippett, WR, Michigan State

    Jacksonville should take Tony Lippett here. He has the versatility to play both wide receiver and cornerback. The Jaguars could use someone like that in round 7.

  4. Oakland Raiders: Jerry Lovelocke, QB, Prairie View A&M

    Jerry Lovelocke is 6-5 244 lbs. Prairie View A&M's quarterback has the biggest hands among the quarterbacks in the 2015 NFL Draft. Oakland would draft Lovelocke as a third stringer behind Derek Carr and Christian Ponder. Lovelocke has enough potential to develop into a decent backup behind Ponder. For now, Lovelocke just needs to worry about beating out Matt McGloin for the third string gig.

  5. Washington Redskins: Ryan Murphy, FS, Oregon State

    Steven Nelson led the way at Oregon State's Pro Day. Ryan Murphy did an awesome job complimenting him. Washington will need a free safety at some point even if DeAngelo Hall does move over to free safety.

  6. New York Jets: Ben Beckwith, RG, Mississippi State

    Ben Beckwith would make a nice right guard for depth in round 7. Beckwith played right guard across from Gabe Jackson at Mississippi State in 2013.

  7. New York Jets: Derek Malone, 3-4 MLB, Oregon

    New York needs a 3-4 middle linebacker. Derek Malone is a good fit for the 3-4 scheme the Jets run.

  8. Atlanta Falcons: Nick Temple, ROLB, Cincinnati

    Nick Temple out of Cincinnati had an awesome Pro Day. Temple seems like a good fit for Atlanta at right outside linebacker.

  9. New York Giants: Keanon Lowe, WR, Oregon

    The New York Giants could use another receiver for depth. Keanon Lowe out of Oregon is one of the top receivers remaining in round 7.

  10. Atlanta Falcons: Doran Grant, CB, Ohio State

    Doran Grant out of Ohio State would be a good addition for Atlanta in round 7. He has the versatility to play cornerback, strong safety, or free safety.

  11. Minnesota Vikings: Preston Smith, LE, Mississippi State

    Minnesota uses this pick on a backup left end for Brian Robison. Preston Smith has the versatility to play right end or left end in a 4-3 defense.

    Previous Pick: Anthony Chickillo, LE, Miami FL

  12. Cleveland Browns: Jalston Fowler, FB, Alabama

    Not sure what Cleveland needs at this point. I think Jalston Fowler at fullback in round 7 would be quite a bargain for Cleveland.

  13. New Orleans Saints: Tyeler Davison, 3-4 LE, Fresno State

    The Saints could add a 3-4 left end to compliment Cameron Jordan. Tyler Davison is a good pickup in round 7.

  14. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Anthony Chickillo, LE, Miami FL

    Tampa Bay gets a defensive end for depth. Anthony Chickillo makes a lot of sense here as a 4-3 left end for depth.

    Previous Pick: Trey Flowers, LE, Arkansas

  15. Minnesota Vikings: Matt Jones, RB, Florida

    Minnesota will take Matt Jones out of Florida here. If Adrian Peterson goes, the Vikings will take a running back much earlier.

  16. Kansas City Chiefs: John Crockett, RB, North Dakota State

    John Crockett has the upper body strength of a fullback and the speed of kick returner. Not only can Crockett run the ball, he can also play special teams. Crockett also got an invite to the Senior Bowl.

  17. Buffalo Bills: Zach Zenner, RB, South Dakota State

    Zach Zenner became the first FCS player with 2,000 rushing yards in 3 consecutive seasons. Zenner can go to Buffalo as a third string running back.

  18. Houston Texans: Terry Williams, NT, East Carolina

    Houston could use another nose tackle for depth. Terry Williams is 6-1 355 lbs. He would challenge Louis Nix to be the backup nose tackle behind Vince Wilfork on the Texans depth chart.

  19. San Diego Chargers: Mickey Baucus, LT, Arizona

    Mickey Baucus is a 6-8 293 lb lineman that was a 4 year starter at left tackle. When he bulks up and develops, he can take King Dunlap's job.

  20. Philadelphia Eagles: Eric Lefeld, LT, Cincinnati

    The Eagles should take a left tackle to groom behind Jason Peters. Eric Lefeld is a 6-6 310 lb left tackle from Cincinnati with the ideal size and zone blocking to play in Chip Kelly's offense.

  21. Cincinnati Bengals: Mitch Morse, RT, Missouri

    Mitch Morse has the versatility to play anywhere on the offensive line. He'd be a good insurance policy if Andre Smith gets injured again.

  22. Pittsburgh Steelers: Tre McBride, WR, William & Mary

    Pittsburgh has no backup behind David DeCastro as a right guard on the depth chart. Mark Glowinski played right guard at West Virginia.

    Steelers offensive coordinator Todd Haley and offensive line coach Mike Munchak both interviewed the former Mountaineer. Glowinski would be an effective backup right guard behind DeCastro in Pittsburgh.

  23. Detroit Lions: Vince Mayle, WR, Washington State

    Vince Mayle had 106 receptions, 1,483 receiving yards, and 9 receiving touchdowns. Detroit should be relieved if they land him as a slot receiver in round 7. If Mayle does well in the slot, Detroit can call some plays with Mayle across from Johnson and Golden Tate in the slot. Maybe that's a bit of a stretch.

  24. Arizona Cardinals: Collin Rahrig, C, Indiana

    Arizona needs a backup center. Collin Rahrig would be a good depth player on this offensive line.

  25. Carolina Panthers: Detrick Bonner, FS, Virginia Tech

    Carolina takes a free safety for depth here in round 7. Detrick Bonner is the top free safety left after an abundance of free safeties are gone.

    Bates had 10 sacks in 2014. At the same time 4.5 of those 10 sacks came in a bowl win against his former team Illinois. One has to wonder if Bates only played well against his former alma matter in Illinois.

    Despite this, the Panthers are looking for a 4-3 left outside linebacker. Bates might be their answer with this pick.

  26. Dallas Cowboys: Kyshoen Jarrett, SS, Virginia Tech

    Dallas takes Kyshoen Jarrett. Jarrett happens to be the top strong safety left in round 7.

  27. Indianapolis Colts: Darren Waller, WR, Georgia Tech

    Darren Waller weighs 6-5 241 lbs. Imagine what Andrew Luck could do with a receiver that big.

  28. New York Giants: Derrick Lott, DT, Tennessee Chattanooga

    Derrick Lott got 6 sacks at defensive tackle. Lott did an awesome job run stuffing next to Davis Tull. The Giants should take a flyer on Derrick Lott.

    Previous Pick: Charles Tuaau, DT, Texas A&M Commerce

  29. San Francisco 49ers: Bo Wallace, QB, Ole Miss

    The San Francisco 49ers will use this pick from the Colts to get a developmental quarterback. The 49ers were the only team to offer Bo Wallace a private workout.

  30. Green Bay Packers: Josh Robinson, RB, Mississippi State

    The Green Bay Packers will could use a second running back to compliment Eddie Lacy. James Starks is talented, but inconsistent. Josh Robinson from Mississippi State had 1,203 rushing yards and 12 rushing touchdowns in 2014 which was the main reason he declared for the NFL Draft. Robinson goes here.

  31. Seattle Seahawks: Cedric Reed, LE, Texas

    Seattle takes a 4-3 left end for depth. Cedric Reed joins former Longhorn Jackson Jeffcoat as a reserve defensive end in Seattle.

  32. Atlanta Falcons: Corey Cooper, SS, Nebraska

    Corey Cooper makes a lot of sense here. Atlanta might need another strong safety for depth at some point.

  33. Denver Broncos: Antwan Goodley, WR, Baylor

    How is Antwan Goodley still available in round 7? Denver takes him and obtains premium value here.

  34. Denver Broncos: Jean Sifrin, TE, Massachusetts

    Denver took Julius Thomas out of Portland State in 2011. Now they draft another small school tight end in Sifrin.

  35. Denver Broncos: Justin Coleman, CB, Tennessee

    Denver adds a quarter corner with this pick. Justin Coleman has the potential to develop into a nickel cornerback.

  36. New England Patriots: Casey Pierce, TE, Kent State

    Casey Pierce is a guy New England loved watching at Kent State's Pro Day. I know you already have Rob Gronkowski, Tim Wright, and Scott Chandler on this roster. With your two tight end sets, you need to have at least 4 tight ends on the depth chart in case injuries occur.

  37. San Francisco 49ers: Ray Vinopal, FS, Pittsburgh

    Ray Vinopal out of Pittsburgh had some ability at free safety at Pittsburgh's Pro Day. The 49ers grab a free safety for depth here.

  38. Indianapolis Colts: Da'Ron Brown, WR, Northern Illinois

    Another receiver for the Colts. Why not? Indianapolis has addressed every team need.

  39. Arizona Cardinals: Taylor Heinicke, QB, Old Dominion

    Taylor Heinicke is a 6-1 211 lb 4 year starter at Old Dominion. Heinicke had 5,076 passing yards and 44 passing touchdowns as a sophomore in 2012. In 2013, he only posted 4,022 passing yards. At the same time, he improved his completion percentage from 68.7 from his first two seasons at Old Dominion to 70 percent. His touchdown to interception ratio dropped from 14 interceptions to 8 interceptions in 2013.

    There's no question Heinicke regressed in 2014 with 3,476 passing yards, 30 passing touchdowns, a career high 16 interceptions, and a career low 63.2 completion percentage. Despite this he was the best player during practice at the East West Shrine Game. Heinicke's ups and downs along with his incongruent statistics make him Mr. Irrelevant.

    The Cardinals need a quarterback. That's why Heinicke is the final selection in this years draft as well as Mr. Irrelevant in 2015.

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