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Is Tannehill a top ten prospect?

Is Tannehill a top ten prospect?

The 2012 NFL Combine is almost upon us all. The anticipation of 40-times and cone drills is nearly unbearable. Thus, it is time for the mock which is dubbed uncanny — a pre-Combine edition.

TFY contributor Brent Sobleski stepped up to the plate and predicted the first two rounds of the NFL draft.

Round 1

1IndianapolisAndrew LuckQB/Stanford
Analysis: Despite all of the posturing by Colts’ owner Jim Irsay and his current quarterback, Peyton Manning, it’s hard to imagine Indianapolis going in a different direction even at this juncture. It’s been Andrew Luck all along.
2St. LouisMatt KalilOT/USC
Analysis: The slot has already been discussed as a likely trade spot for a team to leap up and grab quarterback Robert Griffin III. Matt Kalil isn’t a consolation prize. He’s a franchise left tackle to protect Sam Bradford’s blindside. Roger Saffold can simply slide inside to guard or move to right tackle if Jason Smith is eventually cut.
3MinnesotaMorris ClaiborneCB/LSU
Analysis: Minnesota will sit at No. 3 and wait to see which top talent slides to it. Age and inconsistency have plagued a secondary the Vikings have already invested heavily, but Mo Claiborne is hard to surpass to replace Antoine Winfield
4ClevelandRobert Griffin IIIQB/Baylor
Analysis: Colt McCoy proved he wasn’t the answer at quarterback last year in the Cleveland, and the Browns need a tremendous talent boost among their annually awful offense. It all starts with the quarterback, and Cleveland hopes RGIII will be there without having to trade up to acquire his services.
5Tampa BayRiley ReiffOT/Iowa
Analysis: Greg Schiano was a surprise hire by Tampa Bay, but there is nothing surprising in how he built the Rutgers program. Defense and toughness in the trenches is where Schiano will start, and Riley Reiff fits the bill perfectly.
6WashingtonMichael FloydWR/Notre Dame
Analysis: Michael Floyd may not be the top rated WR in this class by many, but he is an ideal fit in a west coast offense. His physicality, route running and size make him a better option for the Redskins’ offense than his peer, Justin Blackmon.
7JacksonvilleJustin BlackmonWR/Oklahoma State
Analysis: Jacksonville, now under the supervision of the offensive minded Mike Mularkey, should jump at the opportunity to finally acquire a legitimate top target (something the team has lacked since Jimmy Smith). Blackmon will certainly help in Blaine Gabbert’s maturation under center.
8CarolinaQuinton CoplesDE/North Carolina
Analysis: Coples, simply put, is an enigma. He has all the tools to be a dominant end, yet he never put it all together at North Carolina. His overall talent and positional value keep him hovering around the top ten, but it wouldn’t be surprising to see him slide on draft day.
9MiamiRyan TannehillQB/Texas A&M
Analysis: Miami desperately wants to upgrade its quarterback position. The team hired Mike Sherman to be its offensive coordinator. Sherman coached Ryan Tannehill in college and recently compared him to Aaron Rodgers and Brett Favre. It could all be a massive smokescreen, but the possibility is just too logical.
10BuffaloJonathan MartinOT/Stanford
Analysis: Demetrius Bell, the Bills’ starting left tackle, is looking for a big payday. Bell may not receive the compensation he’s searching for in Buffalo. His replacement last year, Chris Hairston, was severely outmatched. Jonathan Martin is a strong run blocker with enough athleticism to play the blindside at the next level.
11Kansas CityTrent RichardsonRB/Alabama
Analysis: Over the past two seasons, new offensive coordinator Brian Daboll rode Peyton Hillis and Reggie Bush as both posted career numbers. Jammal Charles is expected to return, but it’s hard to pass on a talent like Trent Richardson at this point if there is even some uncertainty at the RB position.
12SeattleCourtney UpshawOLB/Alabama
Analysis: The Seahawks shall be searching for an QB, but they’re slotting isn’t favorable. Instead, the team can take the next step with an unit which already ranked ninth overall in total defense. Courtney Upshaw would bring toughness, pass rush ability and versatility to Pete Carroll’s front seven. 
13ArizonaMike AdamsOT/Ohio State
Analysis: Both of Arizona’s starting offensive tackles from last year’s squad are free agents. Neither may be retained by the Cardinals. Mike Adams is a bruising tackle with all the natural gifts to immediately start at left tackle.
Dre KirkpatrickCB/Alabama
Analysis: Dallas is in dire need of an upgrade within its secondary. The Cowboys lost multiple leads throughout the season, in part, to their 23rd ranked passing defense. Kirkpatrick is a tremendously talented cornerback who will have to answer multiple questions about potential off-the-field concerns.
15PhiladelphiaMichael BrockersDT/LSU
Analysis: Michael Brockers is a raw prospect, but he has the length and ability to stuff the run which will help solidify a Philadelphia interior that played soft at times. The Eagles also have the opportunity to develop Brockers behind the likes of Cullen Jenkins and Mike Patterson. Derek Landri and Trevor Laws are both free agents.
16NY JetsNick PerryDE/USC
Analysis: Since NYJ head coach Rex Ryan implemented his attacking defense, the Jets have not had a constant edge rushing presence in their version of the 34. The team’s last attempt to address the problem in the draft was Vernon Gholston. Obviously, the team is still looking for the answer.
17Cincinnati (from Oakland)Peter KonzOC/Wisconsin
Analysis: Both starting guards are free agents in Cincinnati. Peter Konz can play both guard and center at a high level. Kyle Cook has been consistent at center, but he also could be upgraded.  Konz is the physical type of lineman Cincinnati usually covets.
18San Diego
David DeCastroOG/Stanford
Analysis: David DeCastro is very highly rated, but he does possess some holes in his game. The Chargers won’t complain since the team’s entire offensive line is in question. DeCastro immediately upgrades one of the guard positions.
19ChicagoKendall WrightWR/Baylor
Analysis: Chicago has been searching for a large target to compliment the wide receivers already on the roster. Kendall Wright doesn’t fit that mold, but his explosive ability is hard to deny for a team which doesn’t possess a legitimate top target of any size or shape.
20TennesseeJanoris JenkinsCB/North Alabama
Analysis: The uncertain fate of Cortland Finnegan helps make this selection. Janoris Jenkins has top ten ability, but he developed a few bad habits against inferior competition. The former Florida Gator would help build one of the better young secondaries in the NFL alongside Jason McCourty and Alterraun Verner.
21CincinnatiLamar MillerRB/Miami
Analysis: The Bengals and running back Cedric Benson have yet to sit down and negotiate a possible return. Benson, a free agent,  is already on the wrong side of 30 years. Lamar Miller could provide added insurance or start out of the gates.
22Cleveland (from Atlanta)Dwayne AllenTE/Clemson
Analysis: Cleveland lacks offensive play makers, period. The team is in need of wide receivers, but tight ends are currently en vogue around the league. Dwayne Allen can provide match-up problems for opposing defenses while rotating among the Browns’ numerous two-tight sets.
23DetroitStephon GilmoreCB/South Carolina
Analysis: Ndamukong Suh and Detroit’s defensive line gets all of the attention, but the Lions’ secondary has been woeful in recent years. A defense is built from front to back, but cornerbacks still need to cover at least a little bit. Stephon Gilmore would be a step in the right direction. Gilmore has all the physical ability to be a No. 1 cornerback in the league, but he’s struggled with inconsistency.
24PittsburghBrandon WashingtonOG/Miami
Analysis: Pittsburgh head coach Mike Tomlin already decided to move Marcus Gilbert from right to left tackle. Willie Colon restructured his contract. Maurkice Pouncey is the rock in the middle. Brandon Washington is a massive yet athletically gifted guard/tackle who should fit in nicely with the Steelers revamped offensive line.
25DenverDevon StillDT/Penn State
Analysis: Broderick Bunkley was a nice surprise for Denver in 2011, but he is a free agent. The Denver defensive interior was very thin on the depth chart past Bunkley. Devon Still is arguably the most well rounded defensive tackle in the class and should start immediately.
26HoustonAlshon JeffreyWR/South Carolina
Analysis: It was easy to see the difference in Houston’s offense when Andre Johnson wasn’t available. Johnson has been a workhorse, but he needs a running mate. Kevin Walter has never proven to be that guy. Alshon Jeffrey should pair with Johnson to become a scary combination.
27New England (from New Orleans)Melvin IngramDE/South Carolina
Analysis: Is there a more perfect prospect for Bill Belichick to mold? Ingram has the ability to play defensive tackle, defensive end, outside linebacker and inside linebacker. The South Carolina product should add a consistent pass rush, something New England lacked over the past few seasons.
28Green BayWhitney MercilusDE/Illinois
Analysis: Whitney Mercilus led the nation in sacks last year with 16. Clay Matthews III had a down season, in part, due to Green Bay’s lack of a true bookend. Mercilus may be better with his hand in the dirt at the moment, but some scouts believe he can be an outside linebacker in the Packers’ version of the 34.
29BaltimoreDont’a HightowerLB/Alabama
Analysis: Ray Lewis can’t play forever. He just can’t. Eventually time will catch up with the future Hall of Fame linebacker. Dont’a Hightower is ideal replacement as a thumping mack linebacker in the middle of Baltimore’s imposing 34 defense.
30San Francisco
Rueben RandleWR/LSU
Analysis: Too much of the blame fell on Alex Smith’s shoulders after the NFC championship game. The quarterback didn’t necessarily cost the 49ers a trip to the Super Bowl, but a lack of play makers on the outside surely did. Rueben Randle quietly went about his business this year at LSU. He has the size and surprising initial burst off the line to become a top target in the NFL.
31New EnglandFletcher CoxDT/Mississippi State
Analysis: Brandon Deaderick, Kyle Love, Shaun Ellis and Gerard Warren surrounded Vince Wilfork in Super Bowl XLVI. Those names don’t exactly invoke Richard Seymour. Or even Ty Warren. Fletcher Cox has the length and versatility to mold into a top 34 DE.
32NY Giants
Luke KuechlyLB/Boston College
Analysis: A former Boston College assistant coach once described Luke Kuechly’s instincts for the football as “Ed Reed-like.” Despite the Giants tremendous run to another championship, a gaping hole exists at MLB (sorry, Chase Blackburn). Kuechly is smart, productive and a Boston College product — everything Tom Coughlin loves.

Round 2

33St. LouisMohamed SanuWR/Rutgers
34IndianapolisDontario PoeNT/Memphis
35MinnesotaZach BrownLB/North Carolina
36Tampa BayAlfonzo DennardCB/Nebraska
37ClevelandVinny CurryDE/Marshall
38JacksonvilleMark BarronS/Alabama
39WashingtonBrandon WeedenQB/Oklahoma State
40CarolinaBrandon ThompsonDT/Clemson
41BuffaloChandler JonesDE/Syracuse
42MiamiCoby FleenerTE/Stanford
43SeattleNick FolesQB/Arizona
44Kansas CityJosh NormanCB/Coastal Carolina
45DallasCordy GlennOG/Georgia
46PhiladelphiaVontaze BurfictLB/Arizona State
47NY JetsAlameda Ta’amuDT/Washington
48New England (from Oakland)Kelechi OsemeleOG/Iowa State
49San DiegoJoe AdamsWR/Arkansas
50ChicagoMike BrewsterC/Ohio State
51Philadelphia (from Arizona)David WilsonRB/Virginia Tech
52TennesseeLavonte DavidLB/Nebraska
53CincinnatiBobby WagnerLB/Utah State
54DetroitBobby MassieOT/Mississippi
55AtlantaCam JohnsonDE/Virginia
56PittsburghJosh ChapmanNT/Alabama
57DenverBrock OsweilerQB/Arizona State
58HoustonJerel WorthyDT/Michigan State
59New OrleansKevin ZeitlerOG/Wisconsin
60Green Bay
Jayron HosleyCB/Virginia Tech
61BaltimoreStephen HillWR/Georgia Tech
62San FranciscoAndre BranchDE/Clemson
63New EnglandLeonard JohnsonCB/Iowa State
64NY GiantsOrson CharlesTE/Georgia
Who goes no.1?

Who goes no.1?

One last attempt at immortality, which will inevitably end in mockery.

All of the preparation and discussion has come full circle as the much anticipated 2011 NFL Draft is finally upon us all.’s head scout Brent Sobleski slaved over his final prediction. He hemmed and hawed. He even finished a full three rounds before needing institutional help.

Enjoy TFY’s final attempt at predicting the unpredictable…

Round 1

1CarolinaCameron NewtonQB/Auburn
2DenverMarcell DareusDT/Alabama
3BuffaloVon MillerLB/Texas A&M
4CincinnatiA.J. GreenWR/Georgia
5ArizonaBlaine GabbertQB/Missouri
6ClevelandPatrick PetersonCB/LSU
7San FranciscoPrince AmukamaraCB/Nebraska
8TennesseeNick FairleyDT/Auburn
9DallasCameron JordanDE/California
10WashingtonJulio JonesWR/Alabama
11HoustonRobert QuinnDE/North Carolina
12MinnesotaDa’Quan BowersDE/Clemson
13DetroitTyron SmithOT/USC
14St. LouisCorey LiugetDT/Illinois
15MiamiRyan MallettQB/Arkansas
16JacksonvilleAldon SmithDE/Missouri
17New England (from Oakland)J.J. WattDE/Wisconsin
18San DiegoRyan KerriganDE/Purdue
19NY GiantsAnthony CastonzoOT/Boston College
20Tampa BayGabe CarimiOT/Wisconsin
21Kansas CityMichael PounceyOG/Florida
22IndianapolisNate SolderOT/Colorado
23PhiladelphiaJimmy SmithCB/Colorado
24New OrleansAdrian ClaybornDE/Iowa
25SeattleAndy DaltonQB/TCU
26BaltimoreCameron HeywardDE/Ohio State
27AtlantaJonathan BaldwinWR/Pittsburgh
28New EnglandMark IngramRB/Alabama
29ChicagoMarvin AustinDT/North Carolina
30NY JetsPhil TaylorDT/Baylor
31PittsburghAaron WilliamsCB/Texas
32Green BayDerek SherrodOT/Mississippi State

Round 2

33New England (from Carolina)Brooks ReedDE/Arizona
34BuffaloMuhammad WilkersonDT/Temple
35CincinnatiChristian PonderQB/Florida State
36DenverAkeem AyersLB/UCLA
37ClevelandGreg LittleWR/North Carolina
38ArizonaKyle RudolphTE/Notre Dame
39TennesseeJake LockerQB/Washington
40DallasDanny WatkinsOG/Baylor
41WashingtonStephen PaeaDT/Oregon State
42HoustonRahim MooreS/UCLA
43MinnesotaColin KaepernickQB/Nevada
44DetroitBrandon HarrisCB/Miami
45San FranciscoMikel LeShoureRB/Illinois
46Denver (from Miami)Ryan WilliamsRB/Virginia Tech
47St. LouisTorrey SmithWR/Maryland
48OaklandRas-I DowlingCB/Virginia
49JacksonvilleRandall CobbWR/Kentucky
50San DiegoLeonard HankersonWR/Miami
51Tampa BayJabaal SheardDE/Pittsburgh
52NY GiantsMartez WilsonLB/Illinois
53IndianapolisDrake NevisDT/LSU
54PhiladelphiaBen IjalanaOT/Villanova
55Kansas CityJustin HoustonLB/Georgia
56New OrleansRodney HudsonC/Florida State
57SeattleBruce CarterLB/North Carolina
58BaltimoreJerrel JerniganWR/Troy
59AtlantaAllen BaileyDE/Miami
60New EnglandJames CarpenterOT/Alabama
61ChicagoStefen WisniewskiOG/Penn State
62San Diego (from NY Jets)Jarvis JenkinsDT/Clemson
63PittsburghMarcus GilchristS/Clemson
64Green BayDontay MochDE/Nevada

Round 3

65CarolinaTerrell McClainDT/South Florida
66CincinnatiCurtis BrownCB/Texas
67DenverBrandon BurtonCB/Utah
68BuffaloTitus YoungWR/Boise State
69ArizonaChris CarterDE/Fresno State
70ClevelandSam AchoDE/Texas
71DallasDavon HouseCB/New Mexico State
72New Orleans (from Washington)Daniel ThomasRB/Kansas State
73HoustonChris NieldNT/West Virginia
74New England (from Minnesota)Edmond GatesWR/Abilene Christian
75DetroitChristian BallardDE/Iowa
76San FranciscoRicky StanziQB/Iowa
77TennesseeJordan TodmanRB/Connecticut
78St. LouisCurtis MarshCB/Utah State
79MiamiJohn MoffittOG/Wisconsin
80JacksonvilleQuinton CarterS/Oklahoma
81OaklandJordan CameronTE/USC
82San DiegoDeMarcus Van DykeCB/Miami
83NY GiantsJurrell CaseyDT/USC
84Tampa BayRashad CarmichaelCB/Virginia Tech
85PhiladelphiaDelone CarterRB/Syracuse
86IndianapolisJacquizz RodgersRB/Oregon State
87Kansas CityTandon DossWR/Indiana
88New OrleansGreg SalasWR/Hawaii
89San Diego (from Seattle)Kelvin SheppardLB/LSU
90BaltimoreDeunta WilliamsS/North Carolina
91AtlantaLuke StockerTE/Tennessee
92New EnglandWill RackleyOG/Lehigh
93ChicagoJohnny PatrickCB/Louisville
94NY JetsChris CulliverS/South Carolina
95PittsburghMarcus GilbertOT/Florida
96Green BayKenrick EllisDT/Hampton
97CarolinaChimdi ChekwaCB/Ohio State

Sobleski can be followed on twitter @brentsobleski


Aiming for no.1

Aiming for no.1

The draft is nearly upon us! Three weeks remain for those who are suffering from off-season football withdrawal.

All Star games are long gone. The Combine just exited the rear-view mirror. And pro days are nearly complete. As a result, head scout Brent Sobleski changes gears and goes even deeper with a full five round mock draft.

Click below to see how your favorite team fared here on… 

Round 1

1Carolina Blaine Gabbert QB/Missouri
2Denver Marcell Dareus DT/Alabama
3Buffalo Von Miller LB/Texas A&M
4Cincinnati Cameron Newton QB/Auburn
5Arizona Patrick Peterson CB/LSU
6Cleveland Robert Quinn DE/North Carolina
7San Francisco A.J. Green WR/Georgia
8Tennessee Nick Fairley DT/Auburn
9Dallas Tyron Smith OT/USC
10Washington Julio Jones WR/Alabama
11Houston Prince Amukamara CB/Nebraska
12Minnesota Da’Quan Bowers DE/Clemson
13Detroit Aldon Smith DE/Missouri
14St. Louis Ryan Kerrigan DE/Purdue
15Miami Mark Ingram RB/Alabama
16Jacksonville Cameron Jordan DE/California
17New England (from Oakland) J.J. Watt DE/Wisconsin
18San Diego Muhammad Wilkerson DT/Temple
19NY Giants Gabe Carimi OT/Wisconsin
20Tampa Bay Jimmy Smith CB/Colorado
21Kansas City Akeem Ayers LB/UCLA
22Indianapolis Anthony Castonzo OT/Boston College
23Philadelphia Derek Sherrod OT/Mississippi State
24New Orleans Corey Luiget DT/Illinois
25Seattle Christian Ponder QB/Florida State
26Baltimore Cameron Heyward DE/Ohio State
27Atlanta Torrey Smith WR/Maryland
28New England Michael Pouncey OG/Florida
29Chicago Marvin Austin DT/North Carolina
30NY Jets Phil Taylor DT/Baylor
31Pittsburgh Nate Solder OT/Colorado
32Green Bay Brooks Reed DE/Arizona

Round 2

33New England (from Carolina) Justin Houston LB/Georgia
34Buffalo Jonathan Baldwin WR/Pittsburgh
35Cincinnati Adrian Clayborn DE/Iowa
36Denver Aaron Williams CB/Texas
37Cleveland Stephen Paea DT/Oregon State
38Arizona Jabaal Sheard DE/Pittsburgh
39Tennessee Ryan Mallett QB/Arkansas
40Dallas Brandon Harris CB/Miami
41Washington Andy Dalton QB/TCU
42Houston Jerrel Jernigan WR/Troy
43Minnesota Ben Ijalana OT/Villanova
44Detroit Stefen Wisniewski OG/Penn State
45San Francisco Jake Locker QB/Washington
46Denver (from Miami) Mikel LeShoure RB/Illinois
47St. Louis Kyle Rudolph TE/Notre Dame
48Oakland Ras-I Dowling CB/Virginia
49Jacksonville Rahim Moore S/UCLA
50San Diego Leonard Hankerson WR/Miami
51Tampa Bay Christian Ballard DE/Iowa
52NY Giants Martez Wilson LB/Illinois
53Indianapolis Drake Nevis DT/LSU
54Philadelphia Bruce Carter LB/North Carolina
55Kansas City Danny Watkins OG/Baylor
56New Orleans Rodney Hudson C/Florida State
57Seattle Brandon Burton CB/Utah
58Baltimore Randall Cobb WR/Kentucky
59Atlanta Davon House CB/New Mexico State
60New England Daniel Thomas RB/Kansas State
61Chicago James Carpenter OT/Alabama
62San Diego (from NY Jets) Curtis Brown CB/Texas
63Pittsburgh Jarvis Jenkins DT/Clemson
64Green Bay Ryan Williams RB/Virginia Tech

Round 3

65Carolina Terrell McClain DT/South Florida
66Cincinnati Marcus Gilchrist S/Clemson
67Denver Marcus Gilbert OT/Florida
68Buffalo Colin Kaepernick QB/Nevada
69Arizona Marcus Cannon OT/TCU
70Cleveland Titus Young WR/Boise State
71Dallas Kenrick Ellis DT/Hampton
72New Orleans (from Washington) Kendall Hunter RB/Oklahoma State
73Houston Chris Nield NT/West Virginia
74New England (from Minnesota) Edmond Gates  WR/Abilene Christian
75Detroit Delone Carter RB/Syracuse
76San Francisco Dontay Moch LB/Nevada
77Tennessee Jordan Todman RB/Connecticut
78St. Louis Greg Little WR/North Carolina
79Miami Ricky Stanzi QB/Iowa
80Jacksonville Greg Salas WR/Hawaii
81Oakland Allen Bailey DE/Miami
82San Diego Kelvin Sheppard LB/LSU
83NY Giants Lawrence Guy DT/Arizona State
84Tampa Bay Orlando Franklin OT/Miami
85Philadelphia Chimdi Chekwa CB/Ohio State
86Indianapolis D.J. Williams TE/Arkansas
87Kansas City Sione Fua NT/Stanford
88New Orleans K.J. Wright LB/Mississippi State
89San Diego (from Seattle) Da’Norris Searcy S/North Carolina
90Baltimore Chris Carter LB/Fresno State
91Atlanta Luke Stocker TE/Tennessee
92New England Curtis Marsh CB/Utah State
93Chicago John Moffitt OG/Wisconsin
94NY Jets Sam Acho DE/Texas
95Pittsburgh Rashad Carmichael CB/Virginia Tech
96Green Bay Quinton Carter S/Oklahoma
97Carolina Jordan Cameron TE/USC

 Round 4

98Carolina Martin Parker DT/Richmond
99Buffalo Mason Foster LB/Washington
100Cincinnati DeMarcus Van Dyke CB/Miami
101Denver DeAndre McDaniel S/Clemson
102Cleveland Ross Homan LB/Ohio State
103Arizona Schuylar Oordt TE/Northern Iowa
104Philadelphia (from Washington) Jurrell Casey DT/USC
105Houston Joe Lefeged S/Rutgers
106Minnesota Shiloh Keo S/Idaho
107Detroit Jalil Brown CB/Colorado
108San  Francisco Jerrelle Powe NT/Mississippi
109Tennessee Casey Matthews LB/Oregon
110Dallas Will Rackley OG/Lehigh
111Miami Jeron Johnson S/Boise State
112St. Louis Shareece Wright CB/USC
113Oakland Ray Dominguez OT/Arkansas
114Jacksonville  Quan Sturdivant LB/North Carolina
115San Francisco (from San Diego) Richard Sherman CB/Stanford
116Tampa Bay Pernell McPhee DE/Mississippi State
117NY Giants Jeremy Kerley WR/TCU
118Kansas City Austin Pettis WR/Boise State
119Indianapolis Robert Sands S/West Virginia
120Philadelphia Da’Rel Scott RB/Maryland
121Jacksonville (from New Orleans) Deunta Williams S/North Carolina
122Buffalo (from Seattle) Brandon Bair DE/Oregon
123Baltimore Chris L. Rucker CB/Michigan State
124Atlanta Jason Pinkston OG/Pittsburgh
125New England James Brewer OT/Indiana
126NY Jets Tandon Doss WR/Indiana
127Chicago Johnny Patrick CB/Louisville
128Pittsburgh Zach Hurd OG/Connecticut
129Green Bay Clint Boling OG/Georgia
130Tennessee Chris Conte S/California
131Green Bay Ricardo Lockette WR/Fort Valley State

Round 5 

132Carolina Kendric Burney CB/North Carolina
133Buffalo Joseph Barksdale OT/LSU
134Cincinnati Greg Jones LB/Michigan State
135Kansas City (from Denver) Shane Vereen RB/California
136Arizona Chris Hairston OT/Clemson
137Cleveland Cecil Shorts III WR/Mount Union
138Houston Chykie Brown CB/Texas
139Minnesota Pat Devlin QB/Delaware
140Kansas City (from Detroit) Tyler Sash S/Iowa
141San Francisco DeMarco Murray RB/Oklahoma
142Tennessee Robert Housler TE/Florida Atlantic
143Dallas Chris Culliver S/South Carolina
144Washington Ahmad Black S/Florida
145St. Louis Jamie Harper RB/Clemson
146Miami Markus White DE/Florida State
147Jacksonville Colin McCarthy LB/Miami
148Oakland Virgil Green TE/Nevada
149Philadelphia (from San Diego) Brandon Fusco C/Slippery Rock
150Minnesota (from NY Giants) Lawrence Wilson LB/Connecticut
151Tampa Bay Lance Kendricks TE/Wisconsin
152Indianapolis Nathan Enderle QB/Idaho
153Philadelphia Jaiquawn Jarrett S/Temple
154Detroit (from Kansas City Nate Irving LB/North Carolina State
155Washington (from New Orleans) Michael Mohamed LB/California
156Seattle Ronald Johnson WR/USC
157Seattle (from Baltimore) Eric Hagg S/Nebraska
158Atlanta Greg Romeus DE/Pittsburgh
159New England Owen Marecic FB/Stanford
160Chicago Terrence Toliver WR/LSU
161NY Jets Will Hill S/Florida
162Pittsburgh Ian Williams NT/Notre Dame
163Green Bay Lee Ziemba OT/Auburn
164Baltimore Taiwan Jones RB/Eastern Washington
165Baltimore Buster Skrine CB/Tennessee-Chattanooga

(Follow’s head scout on twitter @brentsobleski)

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