Full 7-Round Mock With Trades

Well the time is finally near for the NFL Draft after about two extra weeks of waiting that frankly has felt more like months. Out of mere boredom I decided to start this 7-round mock just to mindlessly pass the time until the draft. While completing the mock I truly started to realize all of the dynamics that go on during the course of the draft, especially concerning trades, that are often not seen with a typical single team mock draft. By playing GM for all 32 teams I felt that this type mock draft also gives a much truer feel for who will be available at each given spot, rather than picking based off of a big board for one team. With all that being said I truly feel that the Pittsburgh Steelers will come out of this draft feeling very good with themselves. We have a chance to completely reload and restock our roster in what I, as well as Kevin Colbert believe is the deepest draft in 30 years.

Round 1-
1.1 TRADE Atlanta Falcons (From Houston Texans)- Jadeveon Clowney DE South Carolina
1.2 St. Louis Rams (From Washington)- Greg Robinson OT Auburn
1.3 Jacksonville Jaguars- Khalil Mack DE/OLB Buffalo
1.4 TRADE Detroit Lions (From Cleveland Browns)- Sammy Watkins WR Clemson
1.5 Oakland Raiders- Jake Matthews OT Texas A&M
1.6 TRADE Minnesota Vikings (From Atlanta Falcons via Houston Texans)- Blake Bortles QB Central Florida
1.7 Tampa Bay Buccaneers- Mike Evans WR Texas A&M
1.8 TRADE Houston Texans (From Minnesota Vikings)- Anthony Barr OLB UCLA
1.9 Buffalo Bills- Taylor Lewan OT Michigan
1.10 TRADE Cleveland Browns (From Detroit Lions)- Johnny Manziel QB Texas A&M
1.11 Tennessee Titans- Justin Gilbert CB Oklahoma State
1.12 New York Giants- Eric Ebron TE North Carolina
1.13 St. Louis Rams- Aaron Donald DT Pittsburgh
1.14 Chicago Bears- Ha Ha Clinton-Dix S Alabama
1.15 Pittsburgh Steelers- Kyle Fuller CB Virginia Tech

Fuller is the prototype Steelers CB. He has all the tools, size, speed, physicality, versatility. He is a very willing tackler and can step up and play in the box when asked, as seen this season vs. the Georgia Tech triple option. Although he may not play a ton his first season, I would expect him to make an immediate impact rotating in with Ike Taylor & William Gay, as well as playing a large special teams role.

1.16 Dallas Cowboys- Kony Ealy DE Missouri
1.17 Baltimore Ravens- Calvin Pryor S Louisville
1.18 New York Jets- Odell Beckham Jr. WR LSU
1.19 Miami Dolphins- Zach Martin OT/OG Notre Dame
1.20 TRADE Denver Broncos (From Arizona Cardinals)- CJ Mosley ILB Alabama
1.21 Green Bay Packers- Ryan Shazier ILB Ohio State
1.22 Philadelphia Eagles-Jeremiah Attaochu OLB Georgia Tech
1.23 Kansas City Chiefs- Marquise Lee WR USC
1.24 Cincinnati Bengals- Darqueze Dennard CB Michigan State
1.25 San Diego Chargers- Jason Verrett CB TCU
1.26 Cleveland Browns (From Indianapolis)- Xavier Su'a-Filo OG UCLA
1.27 New Orleans Saints- Dee Ford OLB Auburn
1.28 Carolina Panthers- Brandin Cooks WR Oregon State
1.29 New England Patriots- Jace Amaro TE Texas Tech
1.30 San Francisco 49ers- Cody Latimer WR Indiana
1.31 TRADE Cleveland Browns (From Denver Broncos via Arizona Cardinals)- Bradley Roby CB Ohio State
1.32 Seattle Seahawks- Kelvin Benjamin WR Florida State

Round 2-
2.33 Houston Texans- Teddy Bridgewater QB Louisville
2.34 Washington Redskins- Phillip Gaines CB Rice
2.35 TRADE Arizona Cardinals (From Cleveland Browns)- Terrence Brooks S Florida State
2.36 Oakland Raiders- Derek Carr QB Fresno State
2.37 TRADE Houston Texans (From Atlanta Falcons)- Stephon Tuitt DE Notre Dame
2.38 Tampa Bay Buccaneers- David Yankey OG Stanford
2.39 Jacksonville Jaguars- Jimmy Garoppolo QB Eastern Illinois
2.40 Minnesota Vikings- Scott Crichton DE Oregon State
2.41 Buffalo Bills- Jimmie Ward S Northern Illinois
2.42 Tennessee Titans- Kyle Van Noy OLB BYU
2.43 New York Giants- Timmy Jernigan DT Florida State
2.44 St. Louis Rams- Deone Bucannon S Washington State
2.45 TRADE Cleveland Browns (From Detroit Lions)- Chris Borland ILB Wisconsin
2.46 Pittsburgh Steelers- Allen Robinson WR Penn State

Allen Robinson provides the big bodied receiver that I feel is not a want for this team, but a legit need. Despite his large size Robinson is extremely athletic and is dynamite after the catch and in the open field. He is an excellent fit for our "Dink & Dunk" offense, via his ability after the catch. He will also allow us to line up in more true four receiver sets rather than having to use Heath Miller or Le'Veon Bell out wide.

2.47 Dallas Cowboys- Dominique Easley DT Florida

2,48 Baltimore Ravens- Morgan Moses OT Virginia

2.49 New York Jets- Lamarcus Joyner S/CB Florida State

2.50 Miami Dolphins- Gabe Jackson OG Mississippi State

2.51 Chicago Bears- Ra'Shede Hageman DT Minnesota
2.52 Arizona Cardinals- Cyrus Kouandjio OT Alabama
2.53 Green Bay Packers- Ed Reynolds S Stanford
2.54 Philadelphia Eagles- Jordan Matthews WR Vanderbilt
2.55 Cincinnati Bengals- Ja'Wuan James OT Tennessee
2.56 San Francisco 49ers (From Kansas City)- Bashaud Breeland CB Clemson
2.57 San Diego Chargers- Marcus Smith OLB Louisville
2.58 New Orleans Saints- Christian Jones ILB Florida State
2.59 Indianapolis Colts- Ahmad Dixon S Baylor
2.60 Carolina Panthers- Joel Bitino OT/OG Nevada
2.61 San Francisco 49ers- Davante Adams WR Fresno State
2.62 New England Patriots- Louis Nix NT Notre Dame
2.63 TRADE Arizona Cardinals (From Denver Broncos)- Max Bullough ILB Michigan State
2.64 Seattle Seahawks- Cyril Richardson OG/OT Baylor

Round 3-
3.65 Houston Texans- Austin Seferian-Jenkins TE Washington
3.66 Washington Redskins- Shayne Skov ILB Stanford
3.67 Oakland Raiders- Craig Loston S LSU
3.68 Atlanta Falcons- Antonio Richardson OT Tennessee
3.69 Tampa Bay Buccaneers- Yawin Smallwood ILB UCONN
3.70 Jacksonville Jaguars- Carlos Hyde RB Ohio State
3.71 Cleveland Browns- Martavis Bryant WR Clemson
3.72 Minnesota Vikings- Vinnie Sunseri S Alabama
3.73 Buffalo Bills- Anthony Steen OG Alabama
3.74 New York Giants- Lamin Barrow OLB LSU
3.75 St. Louis Rams- Dakota Dozier OG Furman
3.76 Detroit Lions- Walt Aikens CB Liberty
3.77 San Francisco 49ers (From Tennessee)- Trevor Reilly OLB Utah
3.78 Dallas Cowboys- Telvin Smith OLB/S Florida State
3.79 Baltimore Ravens- Bruce Ellington WR South Carolina
3.80 New York Jets- Trai Turner OG LSU
3.81 Miami Dolphins- Troy Niklas TE Notre Dame
3.82 Chicago Bears- Stanley Jean-Baptiste CB Nebraska
3.83 TRADE Arizona Cardinals (From Pittsburgh via Cleveland Browns)- Donte Moncrief WR Mississippi
3.84 Arizona Cardinals- Zach Mettenberger QB LSU
3.85 Green Bay Packers- Marcus Martin C USC
3.86 Philadelphia Eagles- EJ Gaines CB Missouri
3.87 Kansas City Chiefs- Billy Turner OT North Dakota State
3.88 Cincinnati Bengals- Ego Ferguson DT LSU
3,89 San Diego Chargers- Daquan Jones NT Penn State
3.90 Indianapolis Colts- Pierre Desir CB Lindenwood
3.91 New Orleans Saints- Jarvis Landry WR LSU
3,92 Carolina Panthers- Jack Mewhort OT Ohio State
3.93 New England Patriots- Jared Abbrederis WR Wisconsin
3.94 San Francisco 49ers- Travis Swanson C Arkansas
3.95 Denver Broncos- Keith McGill CB Utah
3.96 TRADE Houston Texans (From Seattle via Minnesota Vikings)- Jordan Zumwalt ILB UCLA
3.97 Pittsburgh Steelers (Compensatory)- Brent Urban DE Virginia

Urban is a mountain of a man that possesses good athleticism and can provide a solid pass rush for a 5-tech. The Steelers clearly are malnourished of depth at DE and need as much help as they can get which also means Brett Keisel is likely back for one more season in the Black & Gold. Urban will still be counted on to play a good amount in the rotation at DE this season, and will compete for a starting position next season.

3.98 Green Bay Packers (Compensatory)- CJ Fiedorowicz TE Iowa
3.99 Baltimore Ravens (Compensatory- Kareem Martin DE North Carolina
3.100 San Francisco 49ers (Compensatory)- Jackson Jeffcoat OLB Texas

Round 4-
4.101 Houston Texans- James Hurst OT North Carolina
4.102 Washington Redskins- CJ Barnett S Ohio State
4.103 Atlanta Falcons- Chris Watt OG Notre Dame
4.104 New York Jets (From Tampa Bay)- Paul Richardson WR Colorado
4.105 Jacksonville Jaguars- Tre Boston S/CB North Carolina
4.106 Cleveland Browns- Brock Vereen S Minnesota
4.107 Oakland Raiders- Kelcy Quarles DT South Carolina
4.108 Minnesota Vikings- Preston Brown ILB Louisville
4.109 Buffalo Bills- Devin Street WR Pittsburgh
4.110 St. Louis Rams- Carl Bradford OLB Arizona State
4.111 Detroit Lions- Jordan Tripp OLB Montana
4.112 Tennessee Titans- Tre Mason RB Auburn
4.113 New York Giants- Trent Murphy DE Stanford
4.114 Jacksonville Jaguars (From Baltimore)- Weston Richburg C Colorado State
4.115 New York Jets- Rashaad Reynolds CB Oregon State
4.116 Miami Dolphins- Anthony Johnson DT LSU
4.117 Chicago Bears- Hakeem Smith S Louisville
4.118 Pittsburgh Steelers- Ross Cockrell CB Duke

Ever since his outstanding performance against Texas A&M I have had my eye on Cockrell. He has excellent awareness and overall discipline & feel for the game that make up for a lack of elite physical tools & physical play. He can play in the slot as well as outside & could be a potential starter down the road.

4.119 Dallas Cowboys- Michael Schofield OG/OT Michigan
4.120 Arizona Cardinals- Demarcus Lawrence OLB Boise State
4 121 Green Bay Packers- Justin Ellis DT Louisiana Tech
4.122 Philadelphia Eagles- Marqueston Huff S Wyoming
4.123 Cincinnati Bengals- Chris Smith DE Arkansas
4.124 Kansas City Chiefs- Kenny Ladler S Vanderbilt
4.125 San Diego Chargers- Brandon Coleman WR Rutgers
4.126 New Orleans Saints- Bryan Stork C Florida State
4.127 Cleveland Browns (From Indianapolis)- Jeremy Hill RB LSU
4.128 Carolina Panthers- Jaylen Watkins CB Florida
4.129 San Francisco 49ers- Will Sutton DT Arizona State
4.130 New England Patriots- Dezmen Southward S Wisconsin
4.131 Denver Broncos- Brandon Linder OG Miami
4.132 Seattle Seahawks- Laurent Duvernay-Tardif OT McGill
4.133 Detroit Lions (Compensatory)- Ty Zimmerman S Kansas State
4.134 Baltimore Ravens (Compensatory)- Bishop Sankey RB Washington
4.135 Houston Texans (Compensatory)- Victor Hampton CB South Carolina
4.136 Detroit Lions (Compensatory)- Christian Kirksey OLB Iowa
4.137 New York Jets (Compensatory)- Adrian Hubbard OLB Alabama
4.138 Baltimore Ravens (Compensatory)- Louchiez Purifoy CB Florida
4.139 Atlanta Falcons (Compensatory)- Arthur Lynch TE Georgia
4.140 New England Patriots (Compensatory)- Brandon Thomas OG Clemson

Round 5-
5.141 Houston Texans- Christian Bryant S Ohio State
5.142 Washington Redskins- Justin Britt OT Missouri
5.143 Tampa Bay Buccaneers- Tom Savage QB Pittsburgh
5.144 Jacksonville Jaguars- Jeremiah George OLB Iowa State
5.145 Cleveland Browns- Aaron Murray QB Georgia
5.146 Seattle Seahawks (From Oakland)- Daniel McCullers DT Tennessee
5.147 Atlanta Falcons- Khairi Fortt OLB California
5.148 Minnesota Vikings- Morgan Breslin OLB USC
5.149 Buffalo Bills- Crockett Gilmore TE Colorado State
5 150 Jacksonville Jaguars (From Detroit)- Jemea Thomas CB Georgia Tech
5.151 Tennessee Titans- AJ McCarron QB Alabama
5.152 New York Giants- Robert Herron WR Wyoming
5.153 St. Louis Rams- Dri Archer RB Kent State
5.154 New York Jets- Avery Williamson ILB Kentucky
5.155 Miami Dolphins- Howard Jones OLB Shepherd
5.156 Chicago Bears- Andre Williams RB Boston College
5.157 Pittsburgh Steelers- Taylor Hart DE Oregon

I have loved Taylor Hart from the first time I saw him play. He is your typical Steelers DE, not a very "sexy" player, but is hard-nosed, gives max effort, and from all reports is as big a team guy as they come. Hart will provide more depth at DE as he is molded by Coach Mitchell.

5.158 Dallas Cowboys- Ka'Deem Carey RB Arizona
5.159 Jacksonville Jaguars (From Baltimore)- Russell Bodine OG/C North Carolina
5.160 Arizona Cardinals- Jonathan Dowling S Western Kentucky
5.161 Green Bay Packers- Nevin Lawson CB Utah State
5.162 Philadelphia Eagles- De'Anthony Thomas RB/WR Oregon
5.163 Kansas City Chiefs- Colt Lyerla TE Oregon
5.164 Cincinnati Bengals- Josh Huff WR Oregon
5.165 San Diego Chargers- Dontae Johnson CB N.C. State
5.166 Indianapolis Colts- Marcus Roberson CB Florida
5.167 New Orleans Saints- Chris Davis CB Auburn
5.168 Carolina Panthers- Antone Exum CB Virginia Tech
5.169 New Orleans Saints (From New England via Philadelphia)- Lache Seastrunk RB Baylor
5.170 San Francisco 49ers- David Fales QB San Jose State
5.171 Denver Broncos- Michael Sam DE Missouri
5.172 Seattle Seahawks- Brandon Dixon CB Northwest Missouri State
5.173 Pittsburgh Steelers (Compensatory)- Devonta Freeman RB Florida State

Freeman is a perfect fit for our scat-back role as he is a reliable blocker, excellent pass-catcher, and is able to run both inside and outside the tackles. He may not posses elite speed and agility as many of the compact running backs like him do, but Freeman gives you good versatility out the backfield as well as another back that can run between the tackles.

5.174 New York Giants (Compensatory)- Terrance West RB Towson
5.175 Baltimore Ravens (Compensatory)- James Gayle OLB Virginia Tech
5.176 Green Bay Packers (Compensatory)- Aaron Lynch OLB South Florida

Round 6-
6.177 Houston Texans- Charles Leno OG Boise State
6.178 Washington Redskins- Terrance Mitchell CB Oregon
6.179 Jacksonville Jaguars- Kevin Norwood WR Alabama
6.180 Cleveland Browns- Lonnie Ballentine S Memphis
6.181 Houston Texans (From Oakland Raiders)- DeAndre Coleman DE California
6.182 Atlanta Falcons- Jerick McKinnon RB Georgia Southern
6.183 Chicago Bears (From Tampa Bay)- Kevin Pierre-Louis OLB Boston College
6.184 Minnesota Vikings- Mike Davis WR Texas
6.185 Buffalo Bills- Ethan Westbrooks DE West Texas A&M
6.186 Tennessee Titans- Glenn Carson ILB Penn State
6.187 New York Giants- Matt Patchan OT Boston College
6.188 St. Louis Rams- Connor Shaw QB South Carolina
6.189 Detroit Lions- Caraun Reid DT Princeton
6.190 Miami Dolphins- Zach Fulton OG Tennessee
6.191 Chicago Bears- Carlos Fields Jr OLB Winston-Salem
6.192 Pittsburgh Steelers- John Brown WR Pittsburg State

Brown is an electrifying small-school prospect that can provide instantly for the Steelers by handling return duties. He should be able to be our next slot guy once Lance Moore leaves.

6.193 Kansas City Chiefs (From Dallas)- Shaquelle Evans WR UCLA
6.194 Baltimore Ravens- Keith Wenning QB Ball State
6.195 New York Jets- L'Damien Washington WR Missouri
6.196 Arizona Cardinals- Anthony Steen OG Alabama
6.197 Green Bay Packers- TJ Jones WR Notre Dame
6.198 New England Patriots (From Philadelphia)- Cassius Marsh DE UCLA
6.199 Cincinnati Bengals- Gabe Ikard C Oklahoma
6.200 Kansas City Chiefs- Ricardo Allen CB Purdue
6.201 San Diego Chargers- John Urschel OG Penn State
6.202 New Orleans Saints- Ed Stinson DE Alabama
6.203 Indianapolis Colts- Devon Kennard OLB USC
6.204 Carolina Panthers- Daniel Sorenson S BYU
6.205 Jacksonville Jaguars (From San Francisco)- Shaquille Richardson CB Arizona
6.206 New England Patriots- Zach Moore DE Concordia-St. Paul
6.207 Denver Broncos- Michael Campanaro WR Wake Forest
6.208 Seattle Seahawks- Larry Webster TE Bloomsburg
6.209 New York Jets (Compensatory)- Jake Murphy TE Utah
6.210 New York Jets (Compensatory)- Kevin Pamphile OT Purdue
6.211 Houston Texans (Compensatory)- Garrett Gilbert QB SMU
6.212 Cincinnati Bengals (Compensatory)- Tajh Boyd QB Clemson
6.213 New York Jets (Compensatory)- Brandon Linder OG Miami
6.214 St. Louis Rams (Compensatory)- Kendall James CB Maine
6.215 Pittsburgh Steelers (Compensatory)- Rob Blanchflower TE UMass

Blanchflower would give the Steelers a solid #3 TE with outstanding blocking capabilities, but average athleticism. He could easily be molded into a good #2 TE down the road, with a shot of becoming a #1 if he gets much better in his route running and improves his hands.

Round 7-
7.216 Houston Texans- LaDarius Perkins RB Mississippi State
7.217 Washington Redskins- Kirby Van Der Kamp P Iowa State
7.218 Cleveland Browns- Tom Hornsey P Memphis
7.219 Oakland Raiders- James Morris ILB Iowa
7.220 Atlanta Falcons- Nat Berhe S San Diego State
7.221 Tampa Bay Buccaneers- George Uko DT USC
7.222 Jacksonville Jaguars- Aaron Colvin CB Oklahoma
7.223 Minnesota Vikings- Tyler Gaffney RB Stanford
7.224 Buffalo Bills- Bennett Jackson CB Notre Dame
7.225 Carolina Panthers (From N.Y. Giants)- Quincy Enunwa WR Nebraska
7.226 St. Louis Rams- Brandon Watts OLB Georgia Tech
7.227 Detroit Lions- Ben Gardner DE Stanford
7.228 Tennessee Titans- Josh Mauro DE Stanford
7.229 Dallas Cowboys (From Chicago)- Jeremy Deering S Rutgers
7.230 Pittsburgh Steelers- Shaquil Barrett OLB Colorado State

Barrett is a powerful pass-rusher, but liability in coverage. He would need a few years of development before he would see much extended time on the field, but could contribute on ST.

7.231 Dallas Cowboys- Jalen Saunders WR Oklahoma
7.232 Indianapolis Colts (From Baltimore)- Wesley Johnson C Vanderbilt
7.233 New York Jets- Richard Rodgers TE California
7.234 Miami Dolphins- Seantrel Henderson OT Miami
7.235 Oakland Raiders (From Arizona)- Ryan Grant WR Tulane
7.236 Green Bay Packers- Steele Divotto ILB Boston College
7,237 Philadelphia Eagles- Jon Halapio OG Florida
7.238 Dallas Cowboys (From Kansas City)- Andre Hal CB Vanderbilt
7.239 Cincinnati Bengals- Demetri Goodson CB Baylor
7.240 San Diego Chargers- Kevin Graf OT USC
7.241 St. Louis Rams (From Indianapolis)- Carrington Byndom CB Texas
7.242 San Francisco 49ers (From New Orleans)- Jeoffrey Pagan DE Alabama
7.243 San Francisco 49ers (From Carolina)- Pierre Warren S Jacksonville State
7.244 New England Patriots- Prince Shembo OLB Notre Dame
7.245 San Francisco 49ers- Kenneth Acker CB SMU
7.246 Denver Broncos- Travis Carrie CB Ohio
7;247 Oakland Raiders (From Seattle Seahawks)- Dexter McDougle CB Maryland
7.248 Dallas Cowboys (Compensatory)- Khyri Thornton DT Southern Mississippi
7.249 St. Louis Rams (Compensatory)- Torrence Allen WR West Texas A&M
7.250 St. Louis Rams (Compensatory)- Ryan Groy OG Wisconsin
7.251 Dallas Cowboys (Compensatory)- Terrence Fede DE Marist
7.252 Cincinnati Bengals (Compensatory)- Matt Hazel WR Costal Carolina
7.253 Atlanta Falcons (Compensatory)- Cornelius Lucas OT Kansas State
7.254 Dallas Cowboys (Compensatory)- Denicos Allen OLB Michigan State
7.255 Atlanta Falcons (Compensatory)- Jeff Janis WR Saginaw Valley
7.256 Houston Texans (Compensatory)- Cody Hoffman WR BYU

Atlanta Receives-(1.1) & Houston Receives-(1.6, 2.37, 2015 1st Round)
Minnesota Receives-(1.6) & Houston Receives-(1.8, 3.96)
Detroit Receives-(1.4) & Cleveland Receives-(1.10, 2.45)
Denver Receives-(1.20) & Arizona Receives-(1.31, 2.63)
Cleveland Receives-(1.31) & Arizona Receives-(1.35, 3.83)

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