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2015 NFL Mock Draft: 7 Rounds




Round 7


Posted By Jesse Lucas Last Updated: April 21, 2015.


  1. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Will Baumann, P, North Carolina State

    Tampa Bay will get a punter in the final round. Will Baumann is the top punter left.


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

    New England needs a middle linebacker for depth to develop. A.J. Johnson might have some off the field issues. He could still turn things around if he went to a team like the Patriots. Look at what happened with Vontaze Burfict.


  3. Jacksonville Jaguars: Dyshawn Davis, OLB, Syracuse

    Jacksonville gets an outside linebacker for depth. Dyshawn Davis played right outside linebacker at Syracuse and would likely remain a backup at the same position in the Pros.


  4. Oakland Raiders: Brandon Shell, OT, South Carolina

    Oakland gets an offensive tackle for depth. Brandon Shell a right tackle at South Carolina.



  5. Washington Redskins: Rakeem Cato, QB, Marshall

    Rakeem Cato is undersized. Chris Ransom compared him to Russell Wilson earlier in his previous quarterback rankings so he might go in round 7.


  6. New York Jets: Tommy Shuler, WR, Marshall

    New York gets one more receiver to compete for a roster spot. One reason why Cato might get drafted is due to the soft hands that Tommy Shuler displays.


  7. New York Jets: Curtis Grant, MLB, Ohio State

    The New York Jets pick again. Maybe the Jets get a second 3-4 middle linebacker with this pick.


  8. Atlanta Falcons: Nick Temple, OLB, Cincinnati

    Nick Temple is one of the best right outside linebackers left in the NFL Draft. Atlanta needs a right outside linebacker now that Sean Weatherspoon is gone.



  9. New York Giants: Taylor Kelly, QB, Arizona State

    I'm not sold on Ryan Nassib as Eli Manning's backup. The Giants might take someone else to challenge Nassib here.


  10. Atlanta Falcons: Bryan Bennett, QB, Southeastern Louisiana

    Atlanta gets a backup quarterback here. Bryan Bennett is the best player available.


  11. Minnesota Vikings: Kaleb Eulls, DT, Mississippi State

    The Minnesota Vikings could use another defensive tackle for depth. Kaleb Eulls is the top defensive tackle left.


  12. Cleveland Browns: Kyle Brindza, K, Notre Dame

    Billy Cundiff sucks. It would be beneficial to draft someone like Notre Dame Kyle Brindza to be his replacement.



  13. New Orleans Saints: Michael Hunnicutt, K, Oklahoma

    The Saints are another team that could use a kicker. Michael Hunnicutt is the best kicker left.


  14. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Karlos Williams, RB, Florida State

    Tampa Bay gets a running back for depth. Karlos Williams is the top running back left.


  15. Minnesota Vikings: Matt Rotheran, G, Pittsburgh

    Minnesota needs to draft a right guard for depth in case Brandon Fusco gets injured again. Matt Rotheran is the top right guard left.


  16. Kansas City Chiefs: Miles Dieffenbach, LG, Penn State

    Kansas City should draft a left guard for depth in case Ben Grubbs screws up. Miles Dieffenbach was a 3-year starter at left guard for Penn State.


  17. Buffalo Bills: Titus Davis, WR, Central Michigan

    Titus Davis will be a late round pick at wide receiver and the first quality receiver drafted out of Central Michigan since Antonio Brown. He won't be another Brown, but could be a good fit to this roster as Davis is known for his deadly play on special teams.


  18. Houston Texans: Leterrius Walton, NT, Central Michigan

    Leterrius Walton is the top nose tackle left in the draft. Louis Nix didn't live up to expectations as a rookie which is the biggest reason why Houston brought in Vince Wilfork. Walton would focus on challenging Nix for the backup nose tackle job rather than succeeding Nix.


  19. San Diego Chargers: John Crockett, RB, North Dakota State

    Why should San Diego get a running back in round 1 when they could get a second running back in the second round?


  20. Philadelphia Eagles: Zach Zenner, RB, South Dakota State

    The Eagles could use another running back for depth to compete for the third string job. That's what Zach Zenner does as he had 3 seasons of over 2,000 rushing yards.



  21. Cincinnati Bengals: Bobby McCain, CB, Memphis

    The Bengals get a cornerback with Terrance Newman gone. Bobby McCain is the top cornerback left.


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

    The Steelers went to William & Mary's Pro Day as well as bringing in McBride for an individual workout. Did I mention that William & Mary is Coach Tomlin's alma matter?


  23. Detroit Lions: Donatella Luckett, WR, Harding

    Donatella Luckett received an invite to the 2015 Senior Bowl. So there's a chance he hears his name called on draft day. Detroit should add Luckett for depth behind Tate and Johnson.


  24. Arizona Cardinals: Arthur Doakes, G, Stony Brook

    Arizona needs another guard across from Mike Iupati. Regardless of whether Iupati plays left guard or right guard, a second guard is needed.



  25. Carolina Panthers: Darius Philon, DE, Arkansas

    Carolina just goes with the best player available. Darius Philon is 6-3 272 lbs, but someone can draft Arkansas's undersized defensive tackle as a backup run stuffing defensive end.


  26. Dallas Cowboys: Sam Ajala, WR, Fordham

    Sam Ajala would be a good player to bring in for a tryout. With Dez Bryant not showing up to OTA's I almost feel like you need to draft another receiver just in case the Dez Dispenser doesn't get a long-term deal.


  27. Indianapolis Colts: Eric LeFeld, OT, Cincinnati

    The Colts draft a second offensive tackle to groom for the future. Eric LeFeld can be the backup left tackle with Corey Robinson your sixth round pick being a backup right tackle. Now you have depth on the offensive line if either one of your starters wants to walk out on Andrew Luck for a bigger payday.


  28. New York Giants: Jordan Hicks, OLB, Texas

    Jordan Hicks would be drafted much higher if he didn't have durability issues. Recording 114 total tackles in 2014 may get him drafted.



  29. San Francisco 49ers: Tony Washington, OLB, Oregon

    Tony Washington got 2 sacks on Jameis Winston in the 2015 College Football Playoff. Watching Washington come in out of nowhere only to take Aldon Smith's job would be this years feel good story in the 2015 NFL Draft.


  30. Green Bay Packers: Jean Sifrin, TE, Massachusetts

    The Packers have Jean Sifrin as one of the top 5 tight ends on their draft board. If Green Bay feels that strongly about Sifrin they could take him here and end up drafting two tight ends in 2015 just like the New Orleans Saints.


  31. Seattle Seahawks: Marcus Rush, DE, Michigan State

    Marcus Rush was a 4-3 right end until losing the job to Shilique Calhoun. Rush now has the versatility to play left end too, and Seattle may end up drafting him as a late round defensive end.


  32. Atlanta Falcons: Corey Cooper, S, Nebraska

    Corey Cooper is a natural strong safety. Seems like a good pick for depth behind William Moore.



  33. Denver Broncos: Hunter Joyner, FB, Florida

    Hunter Joyner is the top fullback left. Joyner would be a good pick for the Broncos who can do as they wish at this point.


  34. Denver Broncos: Niklas Sade, K, North Carolina State

    Led NC State with a career best 332 points at kicker. Denver got rid of Matt Prater and had no plan B which really hurt them last season.


  35. Denver Broncos: Ray Vinopal, S, Pittsburgh

    This is the third safety I have the Broncos drafting. You got T.J. Ward at strong safety and 3 other safeties in the 2015 NFL Draft.


  36. New England Patriots: Dechane Durante, S, Northern Illinois

    New England drafts a safety for depth here. Dechane Durante is a mid major guy that may do something in the NFL. New England usually takes at least 1 mid major player each year in the NFL Draft at some point.


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

    San Francisco drafts someone that can do what Blaine Gabbert does. One team that brought Bo Wallace in for an individual workout was the San Francisco 49ers. Maybe the 49ers end up drafting Wallace here.


  38. Indianapolis Colts: Ryan Delaire, DE, Towson

    Ryan Delaire is the best pass rusher left. If he can bulk up enough to be a 3-4 defensive end, then he will make the Colts final roster.


  39. Arizona Cardinals: Cameron Meredith, WR, Illinois State

    Cameron Meredith impressed at Northwestern's Pro Day. Arizona drafts a wide receiver as Mr. Irrelevant in the 2015 NFL Draft.








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