Round 7

204. Green Bay Packers (from CAR): Greg McElroy, QB – Alabama
205. Detroit Lions (from DEN): Chris Conte, S – California
206. Buffalo Bills: Byron Stingily, OT – Louisville
207. Jacksonville Jaguars (From CIN): Joe Lefeged, S – Rutgers
208. New York Jets (from ARI): Chris Neild, DT – West Virginia
209. Seattle Seahawks (from CLE): Cliff Matthews, DE – South Carolina
210. Miami Dolphins (from DET through ATL): Andrew Jackson, OG – Fresno State
211. New York Giants (From SF): Henry Hynoski, FB – Pittsburgh
212. Tennessee Titans: Mario Fannin, RB/WR – Auburn
213. Washington Redskins: Dion Lewis, RB – Pittsburgh
214. New York Giants (from HOU): Chris Matthews, WR – Kentucky
215. Minnesota Vikings: Nathan Enderle, QB – Idaho
216. St. Louis Rams: D.J. Smith, LB – Appalachian State
217. Baltimore Ravens (from MIA): Eric Hagg, FS – Nebraska
218. Carolina Panthers (from JAX through MIA): Brandon Bair, DE - Oregon
219. Jacksonville Jaguars (from OAK): Akeem Dent, LB - Georgia
220. Kansas City Chiefs (from DAL): Adam Froman, QB - Louisville
221. San Francisco 49ers (from NYG): Jamie Harper, RB – Clemson
222. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Ron Parker, S – Newberry
223. Kansas City Chiefs: Nate Bussey, LB – Illinois
224. Washington Redskins (from IND): Anthony Gaitor, CB - Florida International
225. Baltimore Ravens (from PHI): Jake Kirkpatrick, C - TCU
226. Carolina Panthers (from NO): Josh Thomas, CB - Buffalo
227. Jacksonville Jaguars (from SEA): Lester Jean, WR - Florida Atlantic
228. St. Louis Rams (from BAL): Corey Grant, DT – TCU
229. Atlanta FalconsSchuylar Oordt, TE – Northern Iowa
230. Atlanta Falcons (from NE): Ricardo Lockette, KR/PR – Fort Valley State
231. San Francisco 49ers (from NYJ Via DET): Will Yeatman, TE/OT – Maryland
232. Pittsburgh Steelers: Alex Henery, K – Nebraska
233. Detroit Lions (From GB): Darren Evans, RB – Virginia Tech
234. San Diego Chargers (Compensatory): Keith Darbut, LB – Baldwin-Wallace
235. Miami Dolphins (Compensatory): Mario Harvey, LB – Marshall
236. Minnesota Vikings (Compensatory): Kai Forbath, K – UCLA
237. Philadelphia Eagles (Compensatory): Adrian Moten, OLB – Maryland
238. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (Compensatory): Josh Portis, QB – California PA
239. San Francisco 49ers (Compensatory): Blaine Sumner, DT – Col School of Mines
240. Philadelphia Eagles (Compensatory): Josh Gatlin, CB/FS - North Dakota St.
241. Oakland Raiders (Compensatory): Mike Mohamed, OLB – CAL
242. Seattle Seahawks (Compensatory): DeAndre Brown, WR – Southern Miss.
243. New Orleans Saints (Compensatory): Aldrick Robinson, WR – SMU
244. Carolina Panthers (Compensatory): Craig Marshall, OLB – South Florida
245. Buffalo Bills (Compensatory): Chris White, ILB – Miss State
246. Cincinnati Bengals (Compensatory): Rich Lapham, OT – Boston College
247. Denver Broncos (Compensatory): Chris Rucker, CB – Michigan State
248. Cleveland Browns(Compensatory): Derek Hall, OT – Stanford
249. Arizona Cardinals (Compensatory): Ray Dominguez, G – Arkansas
250. San Francisco 49ers (Compensatory): Derrell Johnson-Koulianos, WR – Iowa
251. Tennessee Titans (Compensatory): Marc Schiechl, DE – Colorado school of Mines
252. Dallas Cowboys (Compensatory): Mana Silva, SS – Hawaii
253. Washington Redskins (Compensatory): Charles Clay, FB – Tulsa
254. Houston Texans (Compensatory): Graig Cooper, RB/KR – MIA (FL)

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One Response to Round 7

  1. Josh D says:

    With the 215th selection, the Vikings draft QB Nathan Enderle, Idaho

    The most highly rated QBs escaped the Vikings grasp this time around and after the first tier was gone, there wasn’t any prospects that could have an immediate impact. Because of this and the presence of Webb, a developmental drop back passer is what ails the Vikings roster and Enderle can compete with Bomar for the 3rd string QB behind Webb and a veteran once FA (presumably) begins.

    With the 236th selection, the Vikings draft K Kai Forbath, UCLA

    The Vikings are at a cross roads with Ryan Longwell. He is still an effective FG kicker, but he is getting older and a fresher leg could be a boost to the special teams. Forbath was the Lou Groza winner in 2009 and a semifinalist last year. Has connected on a school record 10 50+ yard FGs and is second best in school history with a .842 career FG percentage. Until he missed a 49 yarder at Stanford this past season, had a streak of 40 consecutive FGs made inside of 50 yards.

    Vikings final 2011 MockThree Haul:
    OG Danny Watkins
    WR Jon Baldwin
    FS Rahim Moore
    C Tim Barnes
    TE Rob Housler
    DE Pierre Allen
    CB Ryan Jones
    QB Nathan Enderle
    K Kai Forbath

    A start to reshaping the O-line, a WR that works within the Vikings run first system and could help ease the potential loss of Rice, a day 1 starter and play maker at safety, a future FG machine, and depth at TE, DE, CB, and QB.

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