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NFL 2013 Live Mock Draft Round 7
Selections 207-254

2013 NFL Live Mock Draft Round 7
April 25-27, 2013

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207 Kansas City
Mike Catapano
    Princeton
    DE
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Not a great scheme fit for the Ivy League prospect. Catapano would work better in an even front. Can he bulk up to play the 5-tech? Is he quick enough to cover as an OLB? Questionable. Grade: D
208 Jacksonville
Jeremy Harris
    New Mexico St
    CB
    Reach/Value:     
Height:
0
Weight:
0
Alternate Pick #1
0
Alternate Pick #2
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Think the Jags don't have plans to strengthen their secondary?" That makes 4 picks in the back half of the D in 2013. Grade: C+
209 Oakland
Brice Butler
    San Diego State
    WR
    Reach/Value:     
Height:
0
Weight:
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Alternate Pick #1
0
Alternate Pick #2
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A 6'3" WR that runs a sub 4.4 forty. Did the ghost of Al Davis make this pick? He's big and fast but has a hands issue. Maybe he needs to be converted to CB? Grade: C-
210 Jacksonville
Demetrius McCray
    Appalachain St
    CB
    Reach/Value:     
Height:
0
Weight:
0
Alternate Pick #1
0
Alternate Pick #2
0
JAX takes yet another CB. With Gratz the likely starter, Jeremy Harris and McCray will vie with Rutland, Marshall, and Ball for nickel-dime time. Grade: C-
211 Detroit
Michael Willams
    Alabama
    TE
    Reach/Value:     
Height:
0
Weight:
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Alternate Pick #1
0
Alternate Pick #2
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Mike Williams? No, silly, the TE who actually knows how to fill the "H" back role. This is the first pick of Day 3 that makes a modicum of sense. Williams made a favorable impression on his recent Detroit visit. Grade: A
212 Philadelphia
Joe Kruger
    Utah
    DE
    Reach/Value:     
Height:
0
Weight:
0
Alternate Pick #1
0
Alternate Pick #2
0
The team addressed the 5-tech DE spot earlier in the draft with Logan (LSU). However, I like this pick better. Kruger is our 117th-rated prospect and is a perfect fit in Davis' D. He's powerful for his size. He'll have to bulk up to become an every-down player. Grade: A-
213 Minnesota
Michael Mauti
    Penn State
    ILB
    Reach/Value:     
Height:
0
Weight:
0
Alternate Pick #1
0
Alternate Pick #2
0
It's been said that Mauti would have been a 1st Round pick if he had two healthy knees. Spielman obviously feels he's worth the risk here in the 7th and this Team Analyst tends to agree. Grade: A-
214 Minnesota
Travis Bond
    North Carolina
    OG
    Reach/Value:     
Height:
0
Weight:
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Alternate Pick #1
0
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A mountain of a man, Bond played inside throughout his entire career at North Carolina. The Vikings might be looking at him as a future swingman on the O-Line, because a big Guard with questionable footwork doesn't sound like a great fit for the scheme. Grade: D
215 NY Jets
Tommy Bohanon
    Wake Forest
    FB
    Reach/Value:     
Height:
0
Weight:
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Alternate Pick #1
0
Alternate Pick #2
0
FB is an obsolete position for a lot of NFL teams but the Jets seem to like them. Tommy "Bahama" was our 2nd-rated FB and is a decent selection here. Grade: B
216 Green Bay
Charles Johnson
    Grand Valley
    WR
    Reach/Value:     
Height:
0
Weight:
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Alternate Pick #1
0
Alternate Pick #2
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Not invited to the NFL Scouting Combine, Johnson'turned heads with'a 4.38 and 4.39 40 at his pro day.'Kid has a 39+ inch vertical,'and could end up being a super-sleeper a la Saints Marques Colston.'And has Aaron Rodgers throwing to him to boot. Grade: B
217 Cleveland
Armonty Bryant
    EC Oklahoma
    DE
    Reach/Value:     
Height:
0
Weight:
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Alternate Pick #1
0
Alternate Pick #2
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This could be a late round gem! Bryant hails from the same small school program that gave the NFL Mark Gasteneau. Sneaky quick and versatile, Bryant is a great fit here. Grade: A
218 Philadelphia
Jordan Poyer
    Oregon State
    CB
    Reach/Value:     173
Height:
0
Weight:
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Alternate Pick #1
0
Alternate Pick #2
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The steal of the draft? It's possible. Much like character concerns dropped Alfonzo Dennard in 2012, the same may be true for the former Beaver. Lacks elite speed/strength but makes up for it in his aggressive play and play diagnostics. Great value; was our 45th-ranked player. Grade: A
219 Arizona
D.C. Jefferson
    Rutgers
    TE
    Reach/Value:     
Height:
0
Weight:
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Alternate Pick #1
0
Alternate Pick #2
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Converted QB with little collegiate stats. Large player that struggles with leverage when blocking and is too slow to make a big difference in the passing game. Late round project. Grade: C
220 Seattle
Ryan Seymour
    Vanderbilt
    OG
    Reach/Value:     
Height:
0
Weight:
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Alternate Pick #1
0
Alternate Pick #2
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The Kingsland, Georgia native stands a solid 6'5", and weighs in at 260 pounds. With the need to replace Giacomini, he'll have every opportunity. Grade: C+
221 San Diego
Brad Sorensen
    S Utah
    QB
    Reach/Value:     
Height:
0
Weight:
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Alternate Pick #1
0
Alternate Pick #2
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Sorensen is an intriguing prospect from a size/arm perspective. He's a developmental guy, but the Chargers can obviously afford that as they don't have a starting need (but he's a clone of Phillip Rivers, a tall white guy with a goofy throwing motion). Grade: B-
222 Buffalo
Chris Gragg
    Arkansas
    TE
    Reach/Value:     
Height:
0
Weight:
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Alternate Pick #1
0
Alternate Pick #2
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Athletic TE for Tyler Wilson who's good for receiving in deep seams like Metzelaars or Reimersma. He falls to here due to 2012 leg injuries. Ran a 4.5.forty, 37" vert, so you think red zone as well. Don't ask him to block; he's not been asked to before. Needed this, Nix. Grade: A



223 Pittsburgh
Nicholas Williams
    Samford
    DT
    Reach/Value:     +0
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0
Weight:
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Alternate Pick #1
0
Alternate Pick #2
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Steelers continue to focus on O skill players and younger defenders. Samford's Williams will provide DL depth and push Wood or Keisel for PT at the 5-tech. He's an experienced collegiate player and worth taking a chance on in the 7th. Grade: C
224 Green Bay
Kevin Dorsey
    Maryland
    WR
    Reach/Value:     +0
Height:
0
Weight:
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Alternate Pick #1
0
Alternate Pick #2
0
The Pack go for another wideout in the late stages of the 7th, this time with Terrapin Kevin Dorsey. Decent speed and smooth, he will probably struggle separating from DB's. Grade: C-
225 NY Giants
Eric Herman
    Ohio State
    OG
    Reach/Value:     +0
Height:
0
Weight:
0
Alternate Pick #1
0
Alternate Pick #2
0
Big interior OL with a lot of collegiate experience. Giants continue attempt to rebuild OL. Our 289th-rated player. Grade: C+
226 New England
Michael Buchanan
    Illinois
    DE
    Reach/Value:     +0
Height:
0
Weight:
0
Alternate Pick #1
0
Alternate Pick #2
0
Our 136th-ranked prospect, Buchanan is a 'tweener capable of playing rush OLB in a 3-4 or with his hand in the ground in a 4-3. That's helpful since the Patriots can switch between alignments. Situational pass rusher at worst. Good pick. Grade: B
227 Cleveland
Garrett Gilkey
    Chadron St
    OG
    Reach/Value:     +0
Height:
0
Weight:
0
Alternate Pick #1
0
Alternate Pick #2
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Prototypical size and frame for a RG and a consensus "sleeper" in this draft class. Great strength, but he's no dancing bear. A nice late pick. Grade: B+
228 Washington
Jawan Jamison
    Rutgers
    RB
    Reach/Value:     +0
Height:
0
Weight:
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Alternate Pick #1
0
Alternate Pick #2
0
Skins take a good 3rd down back with a compact, muscular build. He's short enough to hide behind the line and solid enough to last, or so we thought...he falls here mostly due to an ankle injury. Not Ray Rice. But Nn-S runner with receiving skills. Grade: C+
229 Minnesota
Everett Dawkins
    Florida State
    DT
    Reach/Value:     +0
Height:
0
Weight:
0
Alternate Pick #1
0
Alternate Pick #2
0
An under-sized 3-technique, Dawkins is another body to add to what should be a fierce competition for playing time. Athletic and intelligent, Dawkins was overshadowed by many of his FSU teammates, which caused him to fly under the radar. Grade: B-
230 Indianapolis
Kerwynn Williams
    Utah State
    RB
    Reach/Value:     +0
Height:
0
Weight:
0
Alternate Pick #1
0
Alternate Pick #2
0
Outside runner with excellent speed, good hands to catch the ball out of the backfield. The concern here is blocking for Luck...or the lack thereof.' Grade: C
231 Seattle
Ty Powell
    Harding
    OLB
    Reach/Value:     +0
Height:
0
Weight:
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Alternate Pick #1
0
Alternate Pick #2
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Solid backer from a smaller school, standing 6'2". Was worked out at Pro Day by Colts Linebacker Coach Jeff FitzGerald. First player in 30 years to be selected from Harding. Grade: B+
232 Green Bay
Sam Barrington
    South Florida
    OLB
    Reach/Value:     +0
Height:
0
Weight:
0
Alternate Pick #1
0
Alternate Pick #2
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Limited athletically, but could emerge as special teams demon and make the final 53-man roster. Grade: D
233 Oakland
David Bass
    Missouri Western
    DE
    Reach/Value:     +0
Height:
0
Weight:
0
Alternate Pick #1
0
Alternate Pick #2
0
Bass was the best pass rusher in the East-West Shrine Game and is definitely worth a try out as a 7th Rounder. He was just inside the Top 200 of our Big Board. Raiders needed D help and he should help. Grade: B
234 Denver
Zac Dysert
    Miami (OH)
    QB
    Reach/Value:     +0
Height:
0
Weight:
0
Alternate Pick #1
0
Alternate Pick #2
0
Good arm that can hit on most all throws, but will have a hard time breaking through the Manning-Osweiler era ahead of him. Grade: B
235 New England
Steve Beauharnais
    Rutgers
    ILB
    Reach/Value:     +0
Height:
0
Weight:
0
Alternate Pick #1
0
Alternate Pick #2
0
Depth at MLB/ILB was needed as Spikes enters his contract year. Beauharnais was 164th on our Big Board. He's a player that has good, not great measureable as well as game traits. He won't wow you but isn't likely to falter either. Special teams and spot starter in the 7th? Sounds good. Grade: B-
236 Chicago
Marquess Wilson
    Washington State
    WR
    Reach/Value:     +0
Height:
0
Weight:
0
Alternate Pick #1
0
Alternate Pick #2
0
Excellent pick for the Bears, taking a tall and lean wideout that has good body control. Will need to add some muscle, but can high-point ball in traffic. Grade: B
237 San Francisco
Bruce Daniels
    S Florida
    QB
    Reach/Value:     +0
Height:
0
Weight:
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Alternate Pick #1
0
Alternate Pick #2
0
A bit of a surprise here given the other QBs left on the board; but after today's haul, who the heck are we to question the 49ers? Grade: C
238 Baltimore
Aaron Mellette
    Elon
    WR
    Reach/Value:     +0
Height:
0
Weight:
0
Alternate Pick #1
0
Alternate Pick #2
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More value for the Ravens as they take our 201st ranked prospect at 238. Mellette could be a sleeper to replace Anquan Boldin as Flacco's go-to possession WR. Grade: B
239 Philadelphia
David King
    Oklahoma
    DE
    Reach/Value:     +0
Height:
0
Weight:
0
Alternate Pick #1
0
Alternate Pick #2
0
Apparently Chip Kelly and the Front Office realized they needed bodies for the DL, in particular at 3-4 DE. This is their 3rd player that will likely play the 5-tech. Overkill? Probably, especially since they have not yet addressed their need at OLB. Grade: C-
240 Cincinnati
Reid Fragel
    Ohio State
    OT
    Reach/Value:     +0
Height:
0
Weight:
0
Alternate Pick #1
0
Alternate Pick #2
0
Great value here as the Bengals take an OT prospect who has the chance to develop into a starter pretty quickly. Might even be a better prospect than Tanner Hawkinson, whom the Bengals took two rounds earlier. Grade: A
241 Seattle
Jared Smith
    New Hampshire
    DT
    Reach/Value:     +0
Height:
0
Weight:
0
Alternate Pick #1
0
Alternate Pick #2
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Hailing from Greencastle, PA, the' Wildcat Smith will try and squeeze his way into a very robust unit along the defensive line in Seattle. Grade: B
242 Seattle
Michael Bowie
    NorthEastern State
    OT
    Reach/Value:     +0
Height:
0
Weight:
0
Alternate Pick #1
0
Alternate Pick #2
0
Was dismissed by Mike Gundy at Oklahoma St., and went on to play for NE State. His pre-Cowboy career included a scouting report that stated he has good hands and balance, as well as effective kick-slide. Grade:B
243 Atlanta
Kemal Ishmael
    Central Florida
    S
    Reach/Value:     +0
Height:
0
Weight:
0
Alternate Pick #1
0
Alternate Pick #2
0
A strong-tackling Safety from Central Florida, Ishmael looks like the prototypical special teamer who has a chance to develop into a decent player as he gains experience. Grade: C
244 Atlanta
Zeke Motta
    Notre Dame
    S
    Reach/Value:     +0
Height:
0
Weight:
0
Alternate Pick #1
0
Alternate Pick #2
0
Has the build and leadership you want from a Safety, but lacks athelticism which is why he falls down to the 7th Round here. Should be a special teams contributor. Grade: C+
245 Detroit
Brandon Hepburn
    Florida A&M
    ILB
    Reach/Value:     +0
Height:
0
Weight:
0
Alternate Pick #1
0
Alternate Pick #2
0
This is a nice depth piece with MLB Ashlee Palmer moving over to SAM. Hepburn played ILB at Florida A&M. Now, he'll compete with Carmen Messina for the backup role in Training Camp. Grade: B
246 San Francisco
Carter Bykowski
    Iowa State
    OT
    Reach/Value:     +0
Height:
0
Weight:
0
Alternate Pick #1
0
Alternate Pick #2
0
Another converted TE that is a project at OT. He does not appear on our Top 400 Big Board. With the draft the 49ers have had it's hard to be down on the picks they make. Grade: C-
247 Baltimore
Marc Anthony
    California
    CB
    Reach/Value:     +0
Height:
0
Weight:
0
Alternate Pick #1
0
Alternate Pick #2
0
Not to be mistaken with the singer/minority owner of the Dolphins. He's a lanky player capable of covering outside WRs but is not fit for the slot. He's better in coverage than against the run. He was 223 on our Big Board so the Ravens may have some value in a possible Cary Williams replacement. Grade: C+
248 Tennessee
Daimion Stafford
    Nebraska
    S
    Reach/Value:     +0
Height:
0
Weight:
0
Alternate Pick #1
0
Alternate Pick #2
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Solid physical build and can take care of himself in man to man coverage. Physical Safety but probably isn't consistent enough to play regularly beyond special teams. Grade:D
249 Atlanta
Sean Renfree
    Duke
    QB
    Reach/Value:     +0
Height:
0
Weight:
0
Alternate Pick #1
0
Alternate Pick #2
0
Renfree was 2nd in the ACC in completion percentage to first-rounder EJ, Manuel. He's a quick study in team meetings and asks great questions in preparation. Hold this clipboard. Questions? Grade: B+
250 Miami
Don Jones
    Arkansas St
    CB
    Reach/Value:     +0
Height:
0
Weight:
0
Alternate Pick #1
0
Alternate Pick #2
0
Reshad Jones is entering his contract year after a successful 2012. The new Jones will add depth to a Miami secondary that struggled last season but will see, at a minimum, 4 new players (Taylor, Davis, Jones in Draft; Grimes in FA). Grade: C-
251 Cincinnati
T.J. Johnson
    South Carolina
    OC
    Reach/Value:     +0
Height:
0
Weight:
0
Alternate Pick #1
0
Alternate Pick #2
0
An experienced and smart player is worth a late 7th Round pick. Johnson started over 50 games for the Gamecocks, almost all at Center, blocking for Lattimore. He's our 187th-ranked player (7th OC). Value pick late? Bingo! Grade: B
252 San Francisco
Marcus Cooper
    Rutgers
    CB
    Reach/Value:     +0
Height:
0
Weight:
0
Alternate Pick #1
0
Alternate Pick #2
0
Big and fast, Cooper elevated his stock with an impressive Pro Day that had him run a low 4.4 forty. A physical corner, it will be interesting to see if the 49ers can develop him. Grade: C
253 NY Giants
Michael Cox
    Massachusetts
    RB
    Reach/Value:     +0
Height:
0
Weight:
0
Alternate Pick #1
0
Alternate Pick #2
0
A relatively unknown RB off to the Giants. Not sure he'll be more than camp fodder with Wilson, Brown, Torain, and Scott on the roster. Hard to be upset with the penultimate pick. Grade: C-
254 Indianapolis
Justice Cunningham
    South Carolina
    TE
    Reach/Value:     +0
Height:
0
Weight:
0
Alternate Pick #1
0
Alternate Pick #2
0
Tore his patella at mid-season and was projected as a mid-round pick prior. Now he'll get to enjoy all the fame that goes with being Mr. Irrelevant .. However, if he gets healthy and stays healthy, can make'the team. Grade: C+


   Traded Round 7 Picks:
   Cleveland gets San Francisco 7th round pick (Colt McCoy trade)
   Minnesota gets Arizona 7th round pick (For AJ Jefferson and two 6th round picks)
   Minnesota gets Seattle 7th round pick (Percy Harvin)
   Seattle gets Buffalo 7th round pick (Tarvaris Jackson comp)
   Seattle gets New Orleans 7th round pick (Barrett Ruud comp)
   Philadelphia gets Cleveland 7th round pick (David Sims)
   Tampa Bay gets Chicago 7th round pick (Brian Price)
   Philadelphia gets Tampa Bay 7th round pick thru Chicago (Arrelious Benn trade)
   New England gets Tampa Bay 7th round pick (with Aqib Talib for 4th rounder)
   Oakland gets Carolina 7th round pick (Louis Murphy)
   Miami gets Dallas 7th round pick (Ryan Cook)
   San Francisco gets Cincinnati 7th round pick (Taylor Mays)

   Compensatory Picks - 239 to 254

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