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2016 NFL Mock Draft: 7 Rounds





Round 7


Posted By Tony Mario Last Updated: April 7, 2016.


  1. Tennessee Titans: Kenyan Drake, RB, Alabama

    The Tennessee Titans get a running back for depth behind DeMarco Murray. Kenyan Drake is an absolute steal here.


  2. Cleveland Browns: David Onyemata, 3-4 LE, Manitoba

    Cleveland needs one more 3-4 left end for depth to challenge Xavier Cooper for a roster spot. David Onyemata makes sense here as he is a Bison in Canada just like Carson Wentz.


  3. San Diego Chargers: Adrian McDonald, FS, Houston

    San Diego finally adds a safety. Adrian McDonald is Houston's All Time leader in interceptions. He can play nickel cornerback, strong safety, or free safety with hsi versatility. William Jackson III was the lockdown corner, but it was Adrian McDonald who was flying all over the field making big plays.


  4. Seattle Seahawks: Ted Karras, RG, Illinois

    Ted Karras was a good run blocker for Josh Ferguson. Ted Karras went up against Jihad Ward in practice sessions when Ward was a 4-3 defensive tackle. Those things could get Karras a seventh round look by someone.



  5. Jacksonville Jaguars: Matt Skuta, C, Duke

    Jacksonville can take the best player available here. Matt Skuta is a good center for depth at this juncture.


  6. Miami Dolphins: Alex Lewis, LT, Nebraska

    Miami drafts a left tackle for depth in case Brandon Albert gets injured again. Alex Lewis makes a lot of sense here.


  7. Denver Broncos: Charone Peak, WR, Clemson

    Denver goes with Charone Peak. Peak can be another wide receiver Denver adds for depth here.


  8. Pittsburgh Steelers: Dominique Alexander, 3-4 MLB, Oklahoma

    Pittsburgh gets a 3-4 middle linebacker for depth. Dominique Alexander makes complete sense here.



  9. Chicago Bears: Pearce Slater, RT, San Diego State

    The Chicago Bears could use a right tackle. Pierce Slater is a great addition here.


  10. Miami Dolphins: Malcolm Mitchell, WR, Georgia

    Miami drafts a guy that can possibly play at slot receiver. Malcolm Mitchell in the seventh round is a steal.


  11. Washington Redskins: Byron Marshall, WR, Oregon

    Washington goes with Byron Marshall as a running back/wide receiver. Marshall can be a flex player in the Nations Capital.


  12. Philadelphia Eagles: Artie Rowell, C, Pittsburgh

    Artie Rowell was the starting center for the Pittsburgh Panthers last season. Rowell made a comeback in 2015 after suffering a season ending injury. Will it be enough for Rowell to play?



  13. Oakland Raiders: Jordan Williams, WR, Ball State

    Oakland lost Rod Streater. Jordan Williams can replace Streater here.


  14. Denver Broncos: Fahn Cooper, RT, Ole Miss

    Denver drafts Fahn Cooper for depth. Cooper played left tackle when Laremy Tunsil was suspended and right tackle across from Laremy Tunsil making him an intriguing offensive tackle to develop.


  15. Detroit Lions: Joey Hunt, C, TCU

    Detroit gets a center for depth. Joey Hunt is the best center available now.


  16. New Orleans Saints: Nick Richter, RT, Richmond

    New Orleans gets an offensive linemen for depth at right tackle. Nick Richter can play all five positions on the offensive line at left tackle, left guard, center, right guard, and right tackle. The 6-3 300 lb offensive linemen will be a backup at one of those five positions.



  17. Atlanta Falcons: Lovie Banks-Rose, WR, Elizabeth City State

    Atlanta gets a wide receiver here. Lovie Banks-Rose would be a great receiver for depth in the seventh round.


  18. Indianapolis Colts: Donte Deaton, CB, Boise State

    Indianapolis gets a cornerback for depth. The 5-9 150 lb Donte Deaton will have to fight for a special teams job because he's not big enough to start.


  19. Minnesota Vikings: Paul McRoberts, WR, Southeast Missouri

    The Minnesota Vikings add another wide receiver here. Paul McRoberts is a good value pick at this juncture.


  20. New York Jets: Adam Gostis, 3-4 LE, Georgia Tech

    The New York Jets get a 3-4 left end for depth. Wilkerson may leave and a backup will be needed when the Jets move on from him.



  21. Washington Redskins: Sedrick Flowers, LG, Texas

    Washington has Spencer Long at left guard. Having Arie Kouandjio fight for his roster spot against someone like Sedrick Flowers is necessary because Kouandjio struggled to win a starting guard job after being highly touted as a rookie coming out of Alabama and Flowers is someone that will push Kouadjio for that job as a two year starter at left guard.


  22. New England Patriots: Alex Barr, LG, North Carolina State

    New England grabs one more guard. Alex Barr played both left guard and right guard at North Carolina State.


  23. Minnesota Vikings: Damontae Kazee, CB, San Diego State

    Minnesota should get the best player available for depth. At this point that player is Damontae Kazee.


  24. Cincinnati Bengals: Vi Teofilo, RG, Arizona State

    The Cincinnati Bengals get a right guard for depth. Vi Teofilo is a bargain at this point in the seventh round.



  25. Pittsburgh Steelers: Avery Young, LG, Auburn

    Avery Young was a left tackle at Auburn, but some believe he can convert to right tackle. He's more versatile than you realize, and I believe he can challenge Ramon Foster for the left guard job in Pittsburgh.


  26. Seattle Seahawks: Toni Pulu, DT, Texas A&M Commerce

    Seattle drafts a defensive tackle for depth. Toni Pulu can be a 4-3 defensive tackle or a 3-4 defensive end with his size and versatility.


  27. Green Bay Packers: Ron Thompson, 3-4 LOLB, Syracuse

    The Packers can draft Syracuse 4-3 left end Ron Thompson. Converting him to 3-4 left outside linebacker as a rush linebacker will be the real challenge. Despite this, he's the best player on the board at this point as I have Thompson graded out as my 186th best player with my next best player ranked 217th on my board.


  28. Kansas City Chiefs: Aaron Morris, LG, Ole Miss

    Kansas City adds a run blocking left guard for depth. Aaron Morris can compete for a backup left guard job and a roster spot.



  29. New England Patriots: Larry Scott, CB, Oregon State

    Larry Scott had 11 deflections from pass breakups as a boundary cornerback across from Steven Nelson in 2014. He began 2015 as a field cornerback, but suffered a season ending injury. Scott got injured in 2011 and 2012 as well as 2015 meaning durability concerns are a huge issue for this boundary cornerback who is best suited to cover #2 receivers.


  30. Philadelphia Eagles: Robby Anderson, WR, Temple

    Robbie Anderson impressed at Temple's Pro Day. The Eagles could take Anderson with their final draft pick.


  31. Carolina Panthers: Kenneth Farrow, RB, Houston

    The Carolina Panthers draft Kenneth Farrow, the three year captain of the Houston Cougars at running back. Farrow had 958 rushing yards and 12 rushing touchdowns on 185 carries. Farrow had 1,037 rushing yards and 14 rushing touchdowns in 2014.


  32. Denver Broncos: Beau Sandland, TE, Montana State

    The Denver Broncos get a tight end that could start with the Mr. Irrelevant pick. Beau Sandland had 9 receiving touchdowns at Montana State in 2015 before doing 22 reps on the Bench Press while dominating in the gauntlet drill at the 2016 NFL Combine.










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