2016 NFL Draft Round Seven

By Chris Malumphy

The final round of the 2016 NFL Draft began with the Tennessee Titans selecting UCLA linebacker Aaron Wallace followed by the Miami Dolphins taking Western Kentucky quarterback Brandon Doughty who threw 48 touchdown passes last year, the most in the FBS.

The final pick in the 2016 NFL Draft was made by the Tennessee Titans who selected Southern Mississippi defensive back Kalan Reed who becomes Mr. Irrelevant for 2016 and will be feted in Newport Beach, California during Mr. Irrelevant Week.

2016 NFL Draft Round Seven
71222Aaron WallaceTitansLBUCLA 
72223Brandon DoughtyDolphinsQBWestern KentuckyBrowns
73224Donavon ClarkChargersGMichigan State 
74225Devin LucienPatriotsWRArizona StateCowboys through Seahawks
75226Jonathan WoodardJaguarsDECentral Arkansas 
76227Stephen WeatherlyVikingsLBVanderbiltRavens through Dolphins
77228Riley DixonBroncosPSyracuse49ers
78229DeMarcus AyersSteelersWRHoustonGiants
79230Daniel BravermanBearsWRWestern Michigan 
710231Thomas DuarteDolphinsTEUCLA 
711232Steven DanielsRedskinsLBBoston CollegeBuccaneers
712233Jalen MillsEaglesDBLouisiana State 
713234Vadal AlexanderRaidersGLouisiana State 
714235Lac EdwardsJetsPSam Houston StateRams through Texans and Broncos
715236Dwayne WashingtonLionsRBWashington 
716237Daniel LascoSaintsRBCalifornia 
717238Devin FullerFalconsWRUCLA 
718239Trevor BatesColtsLBMaine 
719240Alex McCalisterEaglesDEFloridaBills through Vikings
720241Charone PeaksJetsWRClemson 
721242Keith MarshallRedskinsRBGeorgia 
722243Kenny LawlerSeattleWRCaliforniaTexans through Patriots
723244Jayron KearseVikingsDBClemson 
724245Clayton FejedelemBengalsDBIllinois 
725246Tyler MatakevichSteelersLBTemple 
726247Zac BrooksSeahawksRBClemson 
727248Austin BlytheColtsCIowaPackers
728249Prince Charles Iworah49ersDBWestern KentuckyChiefs
729250Scooby Wright IIIBrownsLBArizonaPatriots through Dolphins
730251Joe WalkerEaglesLBOregonCardinals
731252Beau SandlandPanthersTEMontana State 
732253Kalan ReedTitansDBSouthern MississippiBroncos

2016 NFL Draft Round Six

By Chris Malumphy

The first pick in the sixth round of the 2016 NFL Draft was Nebraska running back Andy Janovich selected by the Denver Broncos.

2016 NFL Draft Round Six
61176Andy JanovichBroncosRBNebraskaBrowns through Titans
62177Temarrick HemingwayRamsTESouth Carolina StateTitans
63178D.J. WhiteChiefsDBGeorgia TechCowboys through 49ers
64179Drew KaserChargersPTexas A&M 
65180Moritz BoehringerVikingsWRGerman49ers
66181Tyrone HolmesJaguarsLBMontana 
67182Keenan ReynoldsRavensRBNavy 
68183Devante BondBuccaneersLBOklahoma 
69184Jerell AdamsGiantsTESouth Carolina 
610185DeAndre Houston-CarsonBearsDBWilliam & Mary 
611186Jakeem GrantDolphinsWRTexas TechDolphins through Vikings
612187Nate SudfeldRedskinsQBIndianaSaints
613188David MorganVikingsTETexas-San AntonioEagles
614189Anthony BrownCowboysDBPurdueRaiders
615190Josh ForrestRamsLBKentucky 
616191Jake RudockLionsQBMichigan 
617192Kolby ListenbeeBillsWRTexas Christian 
619194Cory JamesRaidersLBColorado StateColts
620195Wes SchweitzerFalconsGSan Jose StateJets through Texans
621196Blake CountessEaglesDBAuburnTexans through Patriots and Dolphins and Vikings
622197Dan VitaleBuccaneersRBNorthwesternRedskins
623198Derek WattChargersRBWisconsinVikings
624199Cody CoreBengalsWRMississippi 
625200Kyle MurphyPackersTStanford 
626201Brandon AllenJaguarsQBArkansasSteelers
627202Anthony ZettelLionsDTPenn StateSeahawks
628203Dadi NicolasChiefsDEVirginia tech 
629204Jordan LucasDolphinsDBPenn StateBears through Patriots
630205Harlan MillerCardinalsDBSoutheastern Louisiana 
631206Mike ThomasRamsWRSouthern MississippiPanthers through Bears
632207Jeff Driskel49ersQBLouisiana TechBroncos
633208Kamu Grugler-HallPatriotsLBEastern Illinoiscompensatory pick
634209Maurice CanadyRavensDBVirginiacompensatory pick
635210Jimmy LandesLionsCBaylorcompensatory pick
636211Kelvin Taylor49ersRBFloridacompensatory pick
637212Kavon FrazierCowboysDBCentral Michigancompensatory pick
638213Aaron Burbridge49ersWRMichigan Statecompensatory pick
639214Elandon RobertsPatriotsLBHoustoncompensatory pick
640215Joey HuntSeahawksCTexas Christiancompensatory pick
641216Darius JacksonCowboysRBEastern Michigancompensatory pick
642217Rico GathersCowboysTEBaylorcompensatory pick
643218Kevon SeymourBillsDBUSCcompensatory pick
644219Will ParksBroncosDBArizonacompensatory pick
645220Travis FeeneySteelersLBWashingtoncompensatory pick
646221Ted KarrasPatriotsGIllinoiscompensatory pick

2016 NFL Draft Round Five

By Chris Malumphy

The Tennessee Titans took Massachusetts wide receiver Tajae Sharp with the first pick in the fifth round of the 2016 NFL Draft.

2016 NFL Draft Round Five
51140Tajae SharpTitansWRMassachusetts 
52141Zack SanchezPanthersDBOklahomaBrowns
53142Ronald Blair49ersDEAppalachian StateChargers
54143DeAndre WashingtonRaidersRBTexas TechCowboys
55144Connor McGovernBroncosGMissouriRavens
56145John Theus49ersTGeorgia 
57146Matt JudonRavensDEGrand Valley StateJaguars
58147Quinton JeffersonSeahawksDTMarylandDolphins through Seahawks
59148Caleb BenenochBuccaneersTUCLA 
510149Paul PerkinsGiantsRBUCLA 
511150Jordan HowardBearsRBIndiana 
512151Joe DahlLionsGWashington State 
513152Matthew IoannidisRedskinsDTTempleSaints
514153Wendell SmallwoodEaglesRBWest Virginia 
515154Jordan PaytonBrownsWRUCLARaiders
517155Joe HaegColtsTNorth Dakota State 
518156Jonathan WilliamsBillsRBArkansas 
520157LeShaun SimsTitansDBSouthern UtahJets and Broncos
521158Brandon ShellJetsTSouth CarolinaRedskins
522159K.J. DillonTexansDBWest Virginia 
523160Kentrell BrothersVikingsLBMissouri 
524161Christian WestermanBengalsGArizona State 
525162Kevin HoganChiefsQBStanfordSeahawks
526163Trevor DavisPackersWRCalifornia 
527164HalapoulivaatiEaglesTTexas ChristianSteelers
528165Tyreek HillChiefsWRWest Alabama 
529166D.J. ReaderTexansDTClemsonPatriots
530167Marqui ChristianCardinalsDBMidwestern State 
531168Spencer DrangoBrownsGBaylorPanthers
532169Antwione WilliamsLionsLBGeorgia SouthernBroncos
533170Cole TonerCardinalsTHarvardcompensatory pick
534171Alex CollinsSeahawksRBArkansascompensatory pick
535172Rashard HigginsBrownsWRColorado Statecompensatory pick
536173Trey CaldwellBrownsDBLouisiana-Monroecompensatory pick
537174Fahn Cooper49ersTMississippicompensatory pick
538175Jatavis BrownChargersLBAkroncompensatory pick

2016 NFL Draft Round Four

By Chris Malumphy

The Cleveland Browns selected Wisconsin linebacker Joe Schobert with the first selection of the fourth round in the 2016 NFL Draft. The Browns then traded the next pick to the Oakland Raiders who drafted Michigan State quarterback Connor Cook who must have wondered how much not being a team captain cost him.

Oklahoma defensive end Charles Tapper was picked by the Dallas Cowboys. Ohio State added to its record setting draft for value expended on one school when the San Diego Chargers selected linebacker Joshua Perry. Notre Dame defensive tackle Sheldon Day was tabbed by the Jaguars. The Ravens went after Temple cornerback Tavon Young. The Kansas City Chiefs had the next two picks and chose Cincinnati guard Parker Ehinger and Minnesota cornerback Eric Murray. The Ravens then added Cincinnati wide receiver Chris Moore. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers drafted North Carolina Central cornerback Ryan Smith. Clemson linebacker B.J. Goodson joins the New York Giants. Western Kentucky tight end Tyler Higbee will be a target for Jared Goff of the Los Angeles Rams. Southern Utah sent strong safety Miles Killebrew to the Detroit Lions. Bill Belichick drafted wide receiver Malcolm Mitchell from Georgia.

Linebacker Nick Kwiatkoski of West Virginia went to the Bears. The Cleveland Browns added Auburn wide receiver Ricardo Louis. The Falcons took Minnesota linebacker De'Vondre Campbell. Texas defensive tackle Hassan Ridgeway was selected by the Colts. The Rams added another receiver for Jared Goff by taking Pharoh Cooper from South Carolina. The New York Jets liked cornerback Juston Burris of North Carolina State. San Jose State sent running back Tyler Ervin to the Houston Texans. Manitoba (Canada) sends defensive tackle David Onyemata to the Saints. The Vikings took tackle Willie Beavers from Western Michigan. The Bengals liked Baylor nose tackle Andrew Billings and division rival Steelers took LSU tackle Jerald Hawkins. The Bears took safety Deon Bush from Miami (FL). Florida linebacker Antonio Morrison was taken by Indianapolis. The Chiefs took Florida wide receiver Demarcus Robinson. The Bears followed by selecting Delondre' Hall, a cornerback from Northern Iowa. The Cardinals drafted center Evan Boehm from Missouri.

The Cleveland Browns drafted free safety Derrick Kindred from TCU. The Baltimore Ravens took tackle Alex Lewis from Nebraska. Stanford linebacker Blake Martinez goes to the Packers. The Ravens got defensive tackle Willie Henry from Michigan. The 49ers tabbed Rashard Robinson, a cornerback from LSU. The Ravens followed with Kenneth Dixon, a running back from Louisiana Tech.

Quarterback Dak Prescott of Mississippi State was drafted by the Dallas Cowboys to provide some support for Tony Romo. Running back Devontae Booker of Utah went to the Broncos. The Packers drafted Northwestern defensive end Dean Lowry. The Cleveland Browns took Princeton tight end Seth Devaive.

Ohio State quarterback Cardale Jones will have an opportunity in Buffalo which took him with the last pick of the fourth round in the 2016 NFL Draft. Jones was the 12th Buckeye selected in the draft, adding to the record setting total draft chart value expended on Ohio State players.

2016 NFL Draft Round Four
4199Joe ScobertBrownsLBWisconsin 
42100Connor CookRaidersQBMichigan StateTitans through Eagles and Browns
43101Charles TapperCowboysDEOklahoma 
44102Joshua PerryChargersLBOhio State 
45103Sheldon DayJaguarsDTNotre Dame 
46104Tavon YoungRavensDBTemple 
47105Parker EhingerChiefsGCincinnati49ers
48106Eric MurrayChiefsDBMinnesotaBears through Tampa Bay
49107Chris MooreRavensWRCincinnatiDolphins
410108Ryan SmithBuccaneersDBNorth Carolina Central 
411109B.J. GoodsonGiantsLBClemson 
412110Tyler HigbeeRamsTEWestern Kentucky 
413111Miles KillebrewLionsDBSouthern Utah 
414112Malcolm MitchellPatriotsWRGeorgiaSaints
415113Nick KwiatkoskiBearsLBWest VirginiaEagles through Titans and Rams
416114Ricardo LouisBrownsWRAuburnRaiders
417115De'Vondre CampbellFalconsLBMinnesota 
418116Hassan RidgewayColtsDTTexas 
419117Pharoh CooperRamsWRSouth CarolinaBills
420118Juston BurrisJetsDBNorth Carolina State 
421119Tyler ErvinTexansRBSan Jose State 
422120David OnyemataSaintsDTManitobaRedskins
423121Willie BeaversVikingsTWestern Michigan 
424122Andrew BillingsBengalsDTBaylor 
425123Jerald HawkinsSteelersTLSU 
426124Deon BushBearsDBMiami (FL)Seahawks
427125Antonio MorrisonColtsLBFloridaPackers
428126Demarcus RobinsonChiefsWRFloridaNorthern Iowa
429127Delondre' HallBearsDBNorthern IowaPatriots
430128Evan BoehmCardinalsCMissouri 
431129Derrick KindredBrownsDBTexas ChristianPanthers
432130Alex LewisRavensTNebraskaBroncos
433131Blake MartinezPackersLBStanfordcompensatory pick
434132Willie HenryRavensDTMichigancompensatory pick
435133Rashard Robinson49ersDBLouisiana Statecompensatory pick
436134Kenneth DixonRavensRBLouisiana Techcompensatory pick
437135Dak PrescottCowboysQBMississippi Statecompensatory pick
438136Devontae BookerBroncosRBUtahcompensatory pick
439137Dean LowryPackersDENorthwesterncompensatory pick
440138Seth DevaiveBrownsTEPrincetoncompensatory pick
441139Cardale JonesBillsQBOhio Statecompensatory pick

Ohio State Buckeyes Set Record for Most Draft Chart Value Expended on One School

By Chris Malumphy

Through just the fourth round in the NFL Draft, the 2016 Ohio State Buckeyes draft crop has already had more draft chart value expended on it than any other college team since the draft went to seven rounds and the draft chart was created. The Buckeyes surpassed the prior record held by the Oklahoma Sooners who had three of the top four players selected in 2010.

Ohio State Sets Record for Most Value Expended on a College in a Single Draft
2016 Ohio St.
Selected: 12
Total Value: 8,479.50
Joey Bosa133ChargersDE2,200.00
Ezekiel Elliott144CowboysRB1,800.00
Eli Apple11010GiantsCB1,300.00
Taylor Decker11616LionsOT1,000.00
Darron Lee12020JetsOLB850.00
Michael Thomas21647SaintsWR430.00
Vonn Bell23061SaintsFS292.00
Adolphus Washington31780BillsDT190.00
Braxton Miller32285TexansWR165.00
Nick Vannett33294SeahawksTE124.00
Joshua Perry44102ChargersILB92.00
Cardale Jones441139BillsQB36.50
2010 Oklahoma
Selected: 7
Total Value: 7,918.10
Sam Bradford111RamsQB3,000.00
Gerald McCoy133BuccaneersDT2,200.00
Trent Williams144Redskins T1,800.00
Jermaine Gresham12121BengalsTE800.00
Keenan Clayton423121EaglesLB52.00
Dominique Franks54135FalconsDB38.50
Brody Eldridge531162ColtsTE27.60

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