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2007 NFL Draft

2007 NFL Draft
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General Information
Date(s)April 28-29, 2007
TimeNoon EDT (April 28)
11:00 am EDT (April 29)
LocationRadio City Music Hall
in New York City, NY
TV coverage (US)ESPN, ESPN2, NFL Network
Overview
255 total selections  in 7 rounds
First selectionJaMarcus Russell, QB
Oakland Raiders
Mr. IrrelevantRamzee Robinson, CB
Detroit Lions
Most selections (11)Atlanta Falcons,
Green Bay Packers,
Jacksonville Jaguars,
Oakland Raiders
Fewest selections (4)Denver Broncos,
New York Jets

The 2007 National Football League draft took place at Radio City Music Hall in New York City, New York, on April 28 and April 29, 2007.[1][2] The draft was televised for the 28th consecutive year on ESPN and ESPN2. The NFL Network also broadcast coverage of the event, its second year doing so. There were 255 draft selections: 223 regular selections (instead of the typical 224)[3] and 32 compensatory selections.[4] A supplemental draft was also held after the regular draft and before the regular season. This was the first draft presided over by new NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell.

The first round was the longest in the history of the NFL draft, lasting six hours, eight minutes.[5] One of the big stories of the draft was the fall of Notre Dame quarterback Brady Quinn. Quinn had been projected as a potential first overall pick in early mock drafts and had been invited to attend the draft in person, but he wasn't selected until the 22nd pick in the first round by the Cleveland Browns, who acquired the pick in a trade with the Dallas Cowboys.[6] Louisiana State University quarterback JaMarcus Russell was selected first overall by the Oakland Raiders after he had replaced Quinn as the projected first selection among most analysts following his performance in the 2007 Sugar Bowl against Quinn and Notre Dame.[7][8][9] Russell is considered by many as one of the biggest draft busts in NFL history,[10][11][12] and Quinn also had a largely unsuccessful pro career.[13]

Those selections notwithstanding, Bleacher Report named the 2007 draft class the "greatest draft class in the last 25 years" in 2012 due to the heavy volume of reliable starters, as well as players selected that are now widely regarded as future Hall of Famers, such as Patrick Willis, Darrelle Revis, and Marshal Yanda; first round selections Calvin Johnson, Joe Thomas, and Adrian Peterson are widely regarded as being among the greatest to ever play at their respective positions.[14]

Player breakdown

The following is the breakdown of the 255 players by position:

  • Nine Florida Gators were drafted, more than any other University. Ohio State was second with eight players selected. However, only one of the 17 players drafted from the two universities has made it to a Pro Bowl, Reggie Nelson.
  • Of the 40 underclassmen who entered the draft, 29 were selected.[15]

Player selections

Rnd. Pick # NFL team Player Pos. College Conf. Notes
1 1 Oakland Raiders JaMarcus Russell  QB LSU SEC
1 2 Detroit Lions Calvin Johnson + WR Georgia Tech ACC
1 3 Cleveland Browns Joe Thomas + OT Wisconsin Big Ten
1 4 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Gaines Adams  DE Clemson ACC deceased
1 5 Arizona Cardinals Levi Brown  OT Penn State Big Ten
1 6 Washington Redskins LaRon Landry + S LSU SEC
1 7 Minnesota Vikings Adrian Peterson + RB Oklahoma Big 12
1 8 Atlanta Falcons Jamaal Anderson  DE Arkansas SEC from Houston[18]
1 9 Miami Dolphins Ted Ginn Jr.  WR Ohio State Big Ten
1 10 Houston Texans Amobi Okoye  DT Louisville Big East from Atlanta[18]
1 11 San Francisco 49ers Patrick Willis + LB Ole Miss SEC
1 12 Buffalo Bills Marshawn Lynch + RB California Pac-10
1 13 St. Louis Rams Adam Carriker  DT Nebraska Big 12
1 14 New York Jets Darrelle Revis + CB Pittsburgh Big East from Carolina[19]
1 15 Pittsburgh Steelers Lawrence Timmons + LB Florida State ACC
1 16 Green Bay Packers Justin Harrell  DT Tennessee SEC
1 17 Denver Broncos Jarvis Moss  DE Florida SEC from Jacksonville[20]
1 18 Cincinnati Bengals Leon Hall  CB Michigan Big Ten
1 19 Tennessee Titans Michael Griffin + S Texas Big 12
1 20 New York Giants Aaron Ross  CB Texas Big 12
1 21 Jacksonville Jaguars Reggie Nelson + S Florida SEC from Denver[20]
1 22 Cleveland Browns Brady Quinn  QB Notre Dame Ind. (FBS) from Dallas[21]
1 23 Kansas City Chiefs Dwayne Bowe + WR LSU SEC
1 24 New England Patriots Brandon Meriweather + S Miami (FL) ACC from Seattle[22]
1 25 Carolina Panthers Jon Beason + LB Miami (FL) ACC from New York Jets[19]
1 26 Dallas Cowboys Anthony Spencer + LB Purdue Big Ten from Philadelphia[23]
1 27 New Orleans Saints Robert Meachem  WR Tennessee SEC
1 28 San Francisco 49ers Joe Staley + OT Central Michigan MAC from New England[24]
1 29 Baltimore Ravens Ben Grubbs + G Auburn SEC
1 30 San Diego Chargers Craig Davis  WR LSU SEC
1 31 Chicago Bears Greg Olsen + TE Miami (FL) ACC
1 32 Indianapolis Colts Anthony Gonzalez  WR Ohio State Big Ten
2 33 Arizona Cardinals Alan Branch  DT Michigan Big Ten from Oakland[25]
2 34 Buffalo Bills Paul Posluszny + LB Penn State Big Ten from Detroit[26]
2 35 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Arron Sears  G Tennessee SEC
2 36 Philadelphia Eagles Kevin Kolb  QB Houston C-USA from Cleveland via Dallas[21][23]
2 37 San Diego Chargers Eric Weddle + S Utah MWC from Washington via Chicago and New York Jets[27]
2 38 Oakland Raiders Zach Miller + TE Arizona State Pac-10 from Arizona[25]
2 39 Atlanta Falcons Justin Blalock  G Texas Big 12 from Houston[18]
2 40 Miami Dolphins John Beck  QB BYU MWC
2 41 Atlanta Falcons Chris Houston  CB Arkansas SEC from Minnesota[28]
2 42 Indianapolis Colts Tony Ugoh  OT Arkansas SEC from San Francisco[29]
2 43 Detroit Lions Drew Stanton  QB Michigan State Big Ten from Buffalo[26]
2 44 Minnesota Vikings Sidney Rice + WR South Carolina SEC from Atlanta[28]
2 45 Carolina Panthers Dwayne Jarrett  WR USC Pac-10
2 46 Pittsburgh Steelers LaMarr Woodley + DE Michigan Big Ten
2 47 New York Jets David Harris  LB Michigan Big Ten from Green Bay[30]
2 48 Jacksonville Jaguars Justin Durant  LB Hampton MEAC
2 49 Cincinnati Bengals Kenny Irons  RB Auburn SEC
2 50 Tennessee Titans Chris Henry  RB Arizona Pac-10
2 51 New York Giants Steve Smith + WR USC Pac-10
2 52 St. Louis Rams Brian Leonard  FB Rutgers Big East
2 53 Cleveland Browns Eric Wright  CB UNLV MWC from Dallas[31]
2 54 Kansas City Chiefs Turk McBride  DE Tennessee SEC
2 55 Seattle Seahawks Josh Wilson  CB Maryland ACC
2 56 Denver Broncos Tim Crowder  DE Texas Big 12
2 57 Philadelphia Eagles Victor Abiamiri  DE Notre Dame Ind. (FBS)
2 58 Detroit Lions Ikaika Alama-Francis  DE Hawaiʻi WAC from New Orleans[32]
2 59 Carolina Panthers Ryan Kalil + C USC Pac-10 from New York Jets[19]
2 60 Miami Dolphins Samson Satele  C Hawaiʻi WAC from New England[33]
2 61 Detroit Lions Gerald Alexander  S Boise State WAC from Baltimore[34]
2 62 Chicago Bears Dan Bazuin  DE Central Michigan MAC from San Diego[35]
2 63 Green Bay Packers Brandon Jackson  RB Nebraska Big 12 from Chicago via New York Jets[30][36]
2 64 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Sabby Piscitelli  S Oregon State Pac-10 from Indianapolis[37]
3 65 Oakland Raiders Quentin Moses  DE Georgia SEC
3 66 New Orleans Saints Usama Young  CB Kent State MAC from Detroit[32]
3 67 Dallas Cowboys James Marten  OT Boston College ACC from Cleveland[31]
3 68 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Quincy Black  LB New Mexico MWC
3 69 Arizona Cardinals Buster Davis  LB Florida State ACC
3 70 Denver Broncos Ryan Harris  OT Notre Dame Ind. (FBS) from Washington[38]
3 71 Miami Dolphins Lorenzo Booker  RB Florida State ACC
3 72 Minnesota Vikings Marcus McCauley  CB Fresno State WAC
3 73 Houston Texans Jacoby Jones + WR Lane SIAC
3 74 Baltimore Ravens Yamon Figurs  WR Kansas State Big 12 from Buffalo via Detroit[26][34]
3 75 Atlanta Falcons Laurent Robinson  WR Illinois State Gateway
3 76 San Francisco 49ers Jason Hill  WR Washington State Pac-10
3 77 Pittsburgh Steelers Matt Spaeth  TE Minnesota Big Ten
3 78 Green Bay Packers James Jones  WR San Jose State WAC
3 79 Jacksonville Jaguars Mike Sims-Walker  WR Central Florida C-USA
3 80 Tennessee Titans Paul Williams  WR Fresno State WAC
3 80.5- Cincinnati Bengals selection forfeited because of use of 3rd round selection in 2006 supplemental draft[3]
3 81 New York Giants Jay Alford  DT Penn State Big Ten
3 82 Kansas City Chiefs DeMarcus Tyler  DT NC State ACC from St. Louis[39]
3 83 Carolina Panthers Charles Johnson  DE Georgia SEC
3 84 St. Louis Rams Jonathan Wade  CB Tennessee SEC from Kansas City[39]
3 85 Seattle Seahawks Brandon Mebane  DT California Pac-10
3 86 Baltimore Ravens Marshal Yanda + OT Iowa Big Ten from Denver via Jacksonville[20][40]
3 87 Philadelphia Eagles Stewart Bradley  LB Nebraska Big 12 from Dallas[23]
3 88 New Orleans Saints Andy Alleman  G Akron MAC
3 89 Green Bay Packers Aaron Rouse  S Virginia Tech ACC from New York Jets[30]
3 90 Philadelphia Eagles Tony Hunt  RB Penn State Big Ten
3 91 Oakland Raiders Mario Henderson  OT Florida State ACC from New England[41]
3 92 Buffalo Bills Trent Edwards  QB Stanford Pac-10 from Baltimore[42]
3 93 Chicago Bears Garrett Wolfe  RB NIU MAC from San Diego[35]
3 94 Chicago Bears Michael Okwo  LB Stanford Pac-10
3 95 Indianapolis Colts Dante Hughes  CB California Pac-10
3* 96 San Diego Chargers Anthony Waters  LB Clemson ACC
3* 97 San Francisco 49ers Ray McDonald  DE Florida SEC
3* 98 Indianapolis Colts Quinn Pitcock  DT Ohio State Big Ten
3* 99 Oakland Raiders Johnnie Lee Higgins  WR UTEP C-USA
4 100 Oakland Raiders Michael Bush  RB Louisville Big East
4 101 Jacksonville Jaguars Adam Podlesh  P Maryland ACC from Detroit via Baltimore[34][40]
4 102 Minnesota Vikings Brian Robison  DE Texas Big 12 from Tampa Bay[43]
4 103 Dallas Cowboys Isaiah Stanback  QB Washington Pac-10 from Cleveland[31]
4 104 San Francisco 49ers Jay Moore  DE Nebraska Big 12 from Washington[44]
4 105 Detroit Lions A. J. Davis  CB NC State ACC from Arizona via Oakland[25][45]
4 106 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Tanard Jackson  S Syracuse Big East from Minnesota[43]
4 107 New Orleans Saints Antonio Pittman  RB Ohio State Big Ten from Houston[46]
4 108 Miami Dolphins Paul Soliai + DT Utah MWC
4 109 Atlanta Falcons Stephen Nicholas  LB South Florida Big East
4 110 Oakland Raiders John Bowie  CB Cincinnati Big East from San Francisco via New England[24][47]
4 111 Buffalo Bills Dwayne Wright  RB Fresno State WAC
4 112 Pittsburgh Steelers Daniel Sepulveda  P Baylor Big 12 from Green Bay[48]
4 113 Jacksonville Jaguars Brian Smith  LB Missouri Big 12
4 114 Cincinnati Bengals Marvin White  S TCU MWC
4 115 Tennessee Titans Leroy Harris  C NC State ACC
4 116 New York Giants Zak DeOssie + LB Brown Ivy
4 117 Detroit Lions Manuel Ramírez  G Texas Tech Big 12 from St. Louis[49]
4 118 Carolina Panthers Ryne Robinson  WR Miami (OH) MAC
4 119 Green Bay Packers Allen Barbre  OT Missouri Southern MIAA from Pittsburgh[48]
4 120 Seattle Seahawks Baraka Atkins  DE Miami (FL) ACC
4 121 Denver Broncos Marcus Thomas  DT Florida SEC from Denver via Minnesota and Atlanta[28][50][51]
4 122 Dallas Cowboys Doug Free  OT NIU MAC
4 123 Houston Texans Fred Bennett  CB South Carolina SEC from Kansas City via New Orleans[46][52]
4 124 Seattle Seahawks Mansfield Wrotto  G Georgia Tech ACC from New York Jets via San Francisco[53][54]
4 125 New Orleans Saints Jermon Bushrod + OT Towson A-10 from Philadelphia[55]
4 126 San Francisco 49ers Dashon Goldson + S Washington Pac-10 from New Orleans via Indianapolis[29][56]
4 127 New England Patriots Kareem Brown  DT Miami (FL) ACC
4 128 Tennessee Titans Chris Davis  WR Florida State ACC from Baltimore[57]
4 129 San Diego Chargers Scott Chandler  TE Iowa Big Ten
4 130 Chicago Bears Josh Beekman  G Boston College ACC
4 131 Indianapolis Colts Brannon Condren  S Troy Sun Belt
4* 132 Pittsburgh Steelers Ryan McBean  DT Oklahoma State Big 12
4* 133 Atlanta Falcons Martrez Milner  TE Georgia SEC
4* 134 Baltimore Ravens Antwan Barnes  LB Florida International Sun Belt
4* 135 San Francisco 49ers Joe Cohen  DE Florida SEC
4* 136 Indianapolis Colts Clint Session  LB Pittsburgh Big East
4* 137 Baltimore Ravens Le'Ron McClain + FB Alabama SEC
5 138 Oakland Raiders Jay Richardson  DE Ohio State Big Ten
5 139 St. Louis Rams Dustin Fry  C Clemson ACC from Detroit[49]
5 140 Cleveland Browns Brandon McDonald  CB Memphis C-USA
5 141 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Greg Peterson  DE North Carolina Central CIAA
5 142 Arizona Cardinals Steve Breaston  WR Michigan Big Ten
5 143 Washington Redskins Dallas Sartz  LB USC Pac-10
5 144 Houston Texans Brandon Harrison  S Stanford Pac-10
5 145 New Orleans Saints David Jones  CB Wingate SAC from Miami via Detroit[32][58]
5 146 Minnesota Vikings Aundrae Allison  WR East Carolina C-USA
5 147 San Francisco 49ers Tarell Brown  CB Texas Big 12
5 148 Kansas City Chiefs Kolby Smith  RB Louisville Big East from Buffalo via St. Louis[59]
5 149 Jacksonville Jaguars Uche Nwaneri  G Purdue Big Ten from Atlanta[60]
5 150 Jacksonville Jaguars Josh Gattis  S Wake Forest ACC
5 151 Cincinnati Bengals Jeff Rowe  QB Nevada WAC
5 152 Tennessee Titans Antonio Johnson  DT Mississippi State SEC
5 153 New York Giants Kevin Boss  TE Western Oregon Ind. (Div. II)
5 154 St. Louis Rams Clifton Ryan  DT Michigan State Big Ten from St. Louis via Detroit[49][61]
5 155 Carolina Panthers Dante Rosario  TE Oregon Pac-10
5 156 Pittsburgh Steelers Cameron Stephenson  G Rutgers Big East
5 157 Green Bay Packers David Clowney  WR Virginia Tech ACC
5 158 Detroit Lions Johnny Baldwin  LB Alabama A&M SWAC from Denver[62]
5 159 Philadelphia Eagles C. J. Gaddis  CB Clemson ACC from Dallas[23]
5 160 Kansas City Chiefs Justin Medlock  K UCLA Pac-10
5 161 Seattle Seahawks Will Herring  LB Auburn SEC
5 162 Philadelphia Eagles Brent Celek  TE Cincinnati Big East
5 163 Houston Texans Brandon Frye  OT Virginia Tech ACC from New Orleans[46]
5 164 Carolina Panthers Tim Shaw  LB Penn State Big Ten from New York Jets[19]
5 165 Oakland Raiders Eric Frampton  S Washington State Pac-10 from New England[63]
5 166 Jacksonville Jaguars Derek Landri  DT Notre Dame Ind. (FBS) from Baltimore[40]
5 167 Chicago Bears Kevin Payne  S Louisiana-Monroe Sun Belt from San Diego[35]
5 168 Chicago Bears Corey Graham + CB New Hampshire A-10
5 169 Indianapolis Colts Roy Hall  WR Ohio State Big Ten
5* 170 Pittsburgh Steelers William Gay  CB Louisville Big East
5* 171 New England Patriots Clint Oldenburg  OT Colorado State MWC
5* 172 San Diego Chargers Legedu Naanee  WR Boise State WAC
5* 173 Indianapolis Colts Michael Coe  CB Alabama State SWAC
5* 174 Baltimore Ravens Troy Smith  QB Ohio State Big Ten [64]
6 175 Oakland Raiders Oren O'Neal  FB Arkansas State Sun Belt
6 176 Minnesota Vikings Rufus Alexander  LB Oklahoma Big 12 from Detroit via Denver[51][65]
6 177 New York Jets Jacob Bender  OT Nicholls State Southland from Tampa Bay[66]
6 178 Dallas Cowboys Nick Folk + K Arizona Pac-10 from Cleveland[31]
6 179 Washington Redskins H. B. Blades  LB Pittsburgh Big East
6 180 New England Patriots Justin Rogers  DE SMU C-USA from Arizona[67]
6 181 Miami Dolphins Reagan Maui'a  FB Hawaiʻi WAC
6 182 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Adam Hayward  LB Portland State Big Sky from Minnesota[43]
6 183 Houston Texans Kasey Studdard  G Texas Big 12
6 184 Buffalo Bills John Wendling  FS Wyoming MWC
6 185 Atlanta Falcons Trey Lewis  DT Washburn MIAA
6 186 San Francisco 49ers Thomas Clayton  RB Kansas State Big 12
6 187 Cincinnati Bengals Matt Toeaina  DT Oregon Pac-10
6 188 Tennessee Titans Joel Filani  WR Texas Tech Big 12
6 189 New York Giants Adam Koets  OT Oregon State Pac-10
6 190 St. Louis Rams Ken Shackleford  OT Georgia SEC
6 191 Green Bay Packers Korey Hall  LB Boise State WAC from Carolina via New York Jets[19][30]
6 192 Green Bay Packers Desmond Bishop  LB California Pac-10 from Pittsburgh[48]
6 193 Green Bay Packers Mason Crosby  K Colorado Big 12
6 194 Atlanta Falcons David Irons  CB Auburn SEC from Jacksonville[60]
6 195 Dallas Cowboys Deon Anderson  FB Connecticut Big East from Dallas via Cleveland[31][68]
6 196 Kansas City Chiefs Herbert Taylor  OT TCU MWC
6 197 Seattle Seahawks Courtney Taylor  WR Auburn SEC
6 198 Atlanta Falcons Doug Datish  C Ohio State Big Ten from Denver via Jacksonville[20][60][69]
6 199 Miami Dolphins Drew Mormino  C Central Michigan MAC from New Orleans[70]
6 200 Cleveland Browns Purcell, MelilaMelila Purcell  DE Hawaiʻi WAC from New York Jets via Dallas[68][71]
6 201 Philadelphia Eagles Rashad Barksdale  CB Albany NEC
6 202 New England Patriots Mike Richardson  CB Notre Dame Ind. (FBS)
6 203 Atlanta Falcons Daren Stone  S Maine A-10 from Baltimore via Jacksonville[40][60]
6 204 Tennessee Titans Jacob Ford  DE Central Arkansas Ind. (Div. II) from San Diego[72]
6 205 Washington Redskins Jordan Palmer  QB UTEP C-USA from Chicago[73]
6 206 Tennessee Titans Ryan Smith  CB Florida SEC from Indianapolis[74]
6* 207 Baltimore Ravens Prescott Burgess  LB Michigan Big Ten
6* 208 New England Patriots Justise Hairston  RB Central Connecticut NEC
6* 209 New England Patriots Corey Hilliard  OT Oklahoma State Big 12
6* 210 Seattle Seahawks Jordan Kent  WR Oregon Pac-10
7 211 New England Patriots Oscar Lua  LB USC Pac-10 from Oakland[41]
7 212 Dallas Cowboys Courtney Brown  CB Cal Poly Great West from Detroit via New York Jets[75]
7 213 Cleveland Browns Chase Pittman  DE LSU SEC
7 214 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Chris Denman  OT Fresno State WAC
7 215 Arizona Cardinals Ben Patrick  TE Delaware A-10
7 216 Washington Redskins Ecker, TylerTyler Ecker  TE Michigan Big Ten
7 217 Minnesota Vikings Tyler Thigpen  QB Coastal Carolina Big South
7 218 Houston Texans Zac Diles  LB Kansas State Big 12
7 219 Miami Dolphins Kelvin Smith  LB Syracuse Big East
7 220 New Orleans Saints Marvin Mitchell  LB Tennessee SEC from Atlanta[76]
7 221 Chicago Bears Trumaine McBride  CB Ole Miss SEC from San Francisco via Cleveland[77]
7 222 Buffalo Bills Derek Schouman  TE Boise State WAC
7 223 Tennessee Titans Mike Otto  OT Purdue Big Ten
7 224 New York Giants Michael Johnson  S Arizona Pac-10
7 225 Miami Dolphins Brandon Fields + P Michigan State Big Ten from St. Louis[78]
7 226 Carolina Panthers C.J. Wilson  CB Baylor Big 12
7 227 Pittsburgh Steelers Dallas Baker  WR Florida SEC
7 228 Green Bay Packers DeShawn Wynn  RB Florida SEC
7 229 Jacksonville Jaguars John Broussard  WR San Jose State WAC
7 230 Cincinnati Bengals Dan Santucci  G Notre Dame Ind. (FBS)
7 231 Kansas City Chiefs Michael Allan  TE Whitworth NWC
7 232 Seattle Seahawks Steve Vallos  G Wake Forest ACC
7 233 Minnesota Vikings Chandler Williams  WR Florida International Sun Belt from Denver[51]
7 234 Cleveland Browns Syndric Steptoe  KR/WR Arizona Pac-10 from Dallas[68]
7 235 New York Jets Chansi Stuckey  WR Clemson ACC from New York Jets via Green Bay[30][79]
7 236 Philadelphia Eagles Nate Ilaoa  RB Hawaiʻi WAC
7 237 Dallas Cowboys Alan Ball  CB Illinois Big Ten from New Orleans[80]
7 238 Miami Dolphins Abraham Wright  DE Colorado Big 12 from New England[33]
7 239 Buffalo Bills C. J. Ah You  DE Oklahoma Big 12 from Baltimore[42]
7 240 San Diego Chargers Brandon Siler  LB Florida SEC
7 241 Chicago Bears Aaron Brant  OT Iowa State Big 12
7 242 Indianapolis Colts Keyunta Dawson  LB Texas Tech Big 12
7* 243 Green Bay Packers Clark Harris + TE Rutgers Big East
7* 244 Atlanta Falcons Jason Snelling  FB Virginia ACC
7* 245 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Marcus Hamilton  CB Virginia ACC
7* 246 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Kenneth Darby  RB Alabama SEC
7* 247 New England Patriots Mike Elgin  C Iowa Big Ten
7* 248 St. Louis Rams Keith Jackson  DT Arkansas SEC
7* 249 St. Louis Rams Derek Stanley  WR Wisconsin-Whitewater WIAC
7* 250 New York Giants Ahmad Bradshaw  RB Marshall C-USA
7* 251 Jacksonville Jaguars Chad Nkang  LB Elon SoCon
7* 252 Jacksonville Jaguars Andrew Carnahan  OT Arizona State Pac-10
7* 253 Cincinnati Bengals Chinedum Ndukwe  S Notre Dame Ind. (FBS)
7^ 254 Oakland Raiders Jonathan Holland  WR Louisiana Tech WAC
7^ 255 Detroit Lions Ramzee Robinson  CB Alabama SEC [81]

Supplemental draft selections

For each player selected in the supplemental draft, the selecting team forfeits its pick in that round in the draft of the following season.

Rnd. Pick # NFL team Player Pos. College Conf. Notes
4 - San Diego Chargers Paul Oliver  S Georgia SEC
5 - Baltimore Ravens Jared Gaither  OT Maryland ACC

Notable undrafted players

Original NFL team Player Pos. College Conf. Notes
Arizona Cardinals Tim Castille  FB Alabama SEC
Arizona Cardinals David Holloway  LB Maryland ACC
Arizona Cardinals Lyle Sendlein  C Texas Big 12
Atlanta Falcons Kurt Quarterman  G Louisville Big East
Atlanta Falcons Eric Weems + WR/KR Bethune-Cookman MEAC
Carolina Panthers Quinton Teal  DB Coastal Carolina Big South
Chicago Bears Fontel Mines  TE Virginia ACC
Cleveland Browns Charles Ali  FB Arkansas-Pine Bluff SWAC
Dallas Cowboys Richard Bartel  QB Tarleton State Lone Star Started at least one game with Arizona Cardinals
Dallas Cowboys Matt Moore  QB Oregon State Pac-10 Starting quarterback for Miami Dolphins in 2011
Denver Broncos Roderick Rogers  CB Wisconsin Big Ten
Green Bay Packers Daniel Muir  NT Kent State MAC Starting right Defensive Tackle for the Indianapolis Colts in 2010
Houston Texans Darius Walker  RB Notre Dame Ind. (FBS)
Indianapolis Colts Melvin Bullitt  S Texas A&M Big 12
Indianapolis Colts Ed Johnson  DT Penn State Big Ten Starting Defensive Tackle for the Indianapolis Colts in 2007
Jacksonville Jaguars Brett Goode  LS Arkansas SEC
Kansas City Chiefs Nate Harris  LB Louisville Big East
Miami Dolphins Tuff Harris  S Montana Big Sky
Miami Dolphins Edmond Miles  LB Iowa Big Ten
Minnesota Vikings Kyle Cook  C Michigan State Big Ten Starting Center for the Cincinnati Bengals
Minnesota Vikings David Herron  LB Michigan State Big Ten
New Orleans Saints Tyler Palko  QB Pittsburgh Big East
New Orleans Saints Pierre Thomas  RB Illinois Big Ten Led all NFL RBs in receptions in 2013
New York Jets Mike DeVito  DE Maine A-10
New York Jets Jeremy Kapinos  P Penn State Big Ten Starting Punter for Green Bay Packers from 2008-2009
New York Jets James Ihedigbo  S UMass A-10
Philadelphia Eagles Akeem Jordan  LB James Madison A-10
Philadelphia Eagles Sav Rocca  P     He played Australian Rules Football
Pittsburgh Steelers Derrick Jones  DE Grand Valley State GLIAC
San Diego Chargers Nick Roach  LB Northwestern Big Ten
Seattle Seahawks Matt Overton + LS Western Washington GNAC
Seattle Seahawks C. J. Wallace  S Washington Pac-10

References/Notes

General references
  • ESPN website - NFL 2007 Draft
  • SI website - NFL 2007 Draft
  • NFL website - 2007 Draft
  • "2007 NFL Draft Pick Transactions". ProSportsTransactions.com. Archived from the original on November 2, 2011. Retrieved 2011.
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  25. ^ a b c Arizona traded their second-round selection (38th overall, used to select Zach Miller) and their fourth-round selection (105th overall, later traded to Detroit Lions for Josh McCown and Mike Williams and used to select A.J. Davis) to Oakland for their second-round selection (33rd overall, used to select Alan Branch). Scouts, Inc. (April 28, 2007). "NFL draft trade tracker 2007". ESPN. Archived from the original on January 17, 2010. Retrieved 2007.
  26. ^ a b c Buffalo traded their second-round selection (43rd overall, used to select Drew Stanton) and their first third-round selection (74th overall, later traded along with the 101st overall selection to the Baltimore Ravens for the 62nd overall selection, used to select Gerald Alexander) to Detroit for their second-round selection (34th overall, used to select Paul Posluszny). Scouts, Inc. (April 28, 2007). "NFL draft trade tracker 2007". ESPN. Archived from the original on January 17, 2010. Retrieved 2007.
  27. ^ Washington traded this selection to the New York Jets for the 35th overall selection in the 2006 NFL Draft, with which they selected Rocky McIntosh. Bryant, Howard (April 30, 2006). "Redskins Draft Miami's McIntosh". Washington Post. Archived from the original on November 1, 2011. Retrieved 2007. The New York Jets later traded this selection to Chicago for Thomas Jones and the 63rd overall selection in this year's Draft. Smith, Michael (March 7, 2007). "Bears swap Jones, pick for Jets draft pick". ESPN. Archived from the original on January 17, 2010. Retrieved 2007. Chicago later traded this selection to San Diego for their second-round selection (62nd overall, used to select Dan Bazuin), their third-round selection (93rd overall, used to select Garrett Wolfe), their fifth-round selection (167th overall, used to select Kevin Payne), and their third-round selection in the 2008 NFL Draft. Scouts, Inc. (April 28, 2007). "NFL draft trade tracker 2007". ESPN. Archived from the original on January 17, 2010. Retrieved 2007.
  28. ^ a b c Atlanta traded their second-round selection (44th overall, used to select Sidney Rice) and one of three fourth-round selections (121st overall, traded to Denver Broncos) to Minnesota for their second-round selection (41st overall, used to select Chris Houston). Scouts, Inc. (April 28, 2007). "NFL draft trade tracker 2007". ESPN. Archived from the original on January 17, 2010. Retrieved 2007.
  29. ^ a b San Francisco traded their second-round selection (42nd overall, used to select Tony Ugoh) to Indianapolis for their first fourth-round selection (126th overall, used to select Dashon Goldson) and their first-round pick in the 2008 NFL Draft. Scouts, Inc. (April 28, 2007). "NFL draft trade tracker 2007". ESPN. Archived from the original on January 17, 2010. Retrieved 2007.
  30. ^ a b c d e The New York Jets traded their second-round selection (63rd overall, used to select Brandon Jackson), their third-round selection (89th overall, used to select Aaron Rouse), and their second sixth-round selection (191st overall, used to select Korey Hall) to Green Bay for their second-round selection (47th overall, used to select David Harris) and their seventh-round selection (235th overall, used to select Chansi Stuckey)."NFL draft trade tracker 2007". ESPN. April 29, 2007. Archived from the original on October 28, 2011. Retrieved 2011.
  31. ^ a b c d e Cleveland traded their third-round selection (67th overall, used to select James Marten), their fourth-round selection (103rd overall, used to select Isaiah Stanback), and their sixth-round selection (178th overall, used to select Nick Folk) to Dallas for their second-round selection (53rd overall, used to select Eric Wright) and their first sixth-round selection (195th overall, traded to Cleveland Browns). Scouts, Inc. (April 28, 2007). "NFL draft trade tracker 2007". ESPN. Archived from the original on January 17, 2010. Retrieved 2007.
  32. ^ a b c Detroit traded their third-round selection (66th overall, used to select Usama Young) and second fifth-round selection (145th overall), used to select David Jonesto New Orleans for their second-round selection (58th overall, used to select Ikaika Alama-Francis). Scouts, Inc. (April 28, 2007). "NFL draft trade tracker 2007". ESPN. Archived from the original on January 17, 2010. Retrieved 2007.
  33. ^ a b New England traded their second-round and seventh-round selections (60th and 238th overall) to Miami for Wes Welker. Pasquarelli, Len (March 6, 2007). "Patriots snag Welker from Dolphins via trade". ESPN. Archived from the original on January 17, 2010. Retrieved 2007.
  34. ^ a b c Detroit traded a third-round selection (74th overall, used to select Yamon Figurs) and their fourth-round selection (101st overall, traded to Jacksonville Jaguars) to Baltimore for their second-round selection (61st overall, used to select Gerald Alexander). Scouts, Inc. (April 28, 2007). "NFL draft trade tracker 2007". ESPN. Archived from the original on January 17, 2010. Retrieved 2007.
  35. ^ a b c San Diego their second-round selection (62nd overall, used to select Dan Bazuin), their third-round selection (93rd overall, used to select Garrett Wolfe), their fifth-round selection (167th overall, used to select Kevin Payne), and their third-round selection in the 2008 NFL Draft to Chicago for their second-round selection (37th overall, used to select Eric Weddle). Scouts, Inc. (April 28, 2007). "NFL draft trade tracker 2007". ESPN. Archived from the original on January 17, 2010. Retrieved 2007.
  36. ^ Chicago traded this selection and Thomas Jones for the 37th overall selection in this year's draft. Smith, Michael (March 7, 2007). "Bears swap Jones, pick for Jets draft pick". ESPN. Archived from the original on January 17, 2010. Retrieved 2007.
  37. ^ Indianapolis traded this selection for Anthony McFarland. "Colts trade for Buccaneers DT McFarland". NFL. October 17, 2006. Archived from the original on March 19, 2007. Retrieved 2007.
  38. ^ Washington traded this selection to Denver in a three-way trade with Atlanta: Washington received T. J. Duckett, Atlanta received Ashley Lelie, and Denver received Washington's third round selection. Pasquarelli, Len (August 23, 2006). "Falcons acquire disgruntled WR Lelie from Broncos". ESPN. Archived from the original on January 17, 2010. Retrieved 2007.
  39. ^ a b Kansas City traded their third-round selection (84th overall) and Dante Hall to St. Louis for their third-round selection (82nd overall) and their fifth-round selection (148th overall). "Rams acquire returner Dante Hall from Chiefs". Associated Press. April 25, 2007. Archived from the original on February 23, 2011. Retrieved 2007.
  40. ^ a b c d Baltimore traded their first fourth-round selection (101st overall, used to select Adam Podlesh), their first fifth-round selection (166th overall, used to select Derek Landri), and their first sixth-round selection (203rd overall, traded to Atlanta Falcons) to Jacksonville for their second third-round selection (86th overall, used to select Marshal Yanda)."NFL draft trade tracker 2007". ESPN. April 29, 2007. Archived from the original on October 28, 2011. Retrieved 2011.
  41. ^ a b New England traded their third-round selection (91st overall, used to select Mario Henderson) in exchange for Oakland's first seventh-round selection in this year's draft (211th overall, used to select Oscar Lua) and their third-round selection in the 2008 NFL Draft. Reiss, Mike (April 28, 2007). "Pats trade 91". The Boston Globe. Archived from the original on January 17, 2010. Retrieved 2007.
  42. ^ a b Baltimore traded their third-round selection (92nd overall, used to select Trent Edwards), their seventh-round selection (239th overall, used to select C. J. Ah You), and their third-round selection in the 2008 NFL Draft to Buffalo for Willis McGahee. Smith, Michael; Len Pasquarelli (March 8, 2007). "McGahee traded to Ravens, signs long-term deal". ESPN. Archived from the original on January 17, 2010. Retrieved 2007.
  43. ^ a b c Minnesota traded their first fourth-round selection (106th overall, used to select Tanard Jackson) and their sixth-round selection (182nd overall, used to select Adam Hayward) to Tampa Bay in exchange for their fourth-round selection (102nd overall, used to select Brian Robison). Scouts, Inc. (April 29, 2007). "NFL draft trade tracker 2007". ESPN. Archived from the original on January 17, 2010. Retrieved 2007.
  44. ^ Washington traded this selection and a third-round selection in the 2006 NFL Draft (84th overall, used to select Brandon Williams) to San Francisco for Brandon Lloyd. Fitzgerald, Gary (March 12, 2006). "Redskins Acquire Lloyd In Trade With 49ers". Redskins.com. Archived from the original on September 27, 2007. Retrieved 2007.
  45. ^ Oakland, after receiving this selection in a trade with Arizona, traded it to Detroit for Mike Williams and Josh McCown. Pasquarelli, Len (April 29, 2007). "Raiders trade 4th-round pick for McCown, Williams". ESPN. Archived from the original on November 2, 2011. Retrieved 2007.
  46. ^ a b c New Orleans traded their first fourth-round selection (123rd overall, used to select Fred Bennett) and their last fifth-round selection (163rd overall, used to select Brandon Frye) to Houston for their fourth-round selection (107th overall, used to select Antonio Pittman). Scouts, Inc. (April 29, 2007). "NFL draft trade tracker 2007". ESPN. Archived from the original on January 17, 2010. Retrieved 2007.
  47. ^ New England traded this selection to Oakland for Receiver Randy Moss. Hart, Andy (April 29, 2007). "Report: Moss in town". Patriots.com. Archived from the original on February 23, 2011. Retrieved 2007.
  48. ^ a b c Pittsburgh traded their first fourth-round selection (119th overall, used to select Allen Barbre) and their sixth-round selection (192nd overall, used to select Desmond Bishop) to Green Bay for their fourth-round selection (112th overall, used to select Daniel Sepulveda). Scouts, Inc. (April 29, 2007). "NFL draft trade tracker 2007". ESPN. Archived from the original on January 17, 2010. Retrieved 2007.
  49. ^ a b c Detroit traded two of their three fifth-round selections (139th, used to select Dustin Fry and 154th overall, used to select Clifton Ryan) to St. Louis for their fourth-round selection (117th overall, used to select Manuel Ramírez). Scouts, Inc. (April 29, 2007). "NFL draft trade tracker 2007". ESPN. Archived from the original on January 17, 2010. Retrieved 2007.
  50. ^ Denver traded this selection and the 29th and 93rd overall selections of the 2006 NFL Draft (traded to the New York Jets and St. Louis, respectively, who selected Nick Mangold and Dominique Byrd, respectively) for the 15th overall selection in the 2006 NFL Draft (which was later traded to St. Louis), which was used to select Tye Hill. Pasquarelli, Len (March 23, 2006). "Falcons send pick to Denver to get Abraham from Jets". ESPN. Archived from the original on January 17, 2010. Retrieved 2007.
  51. ^ a b c Denver traded their sixth (176th, used to select Rufus Alexander and seventh round selections (233rd overall, used to select Chandler Williams in this year's draft and their third-round selection in the 2008 NFL Draft to Minnesota in exchange for their last fourth-round selection (121st overall, used to select Marcus Thomas. Scouts, Inc. (April 29, 2007). "NFL draft trade tracker 2007". ESPN. Archived from the original on January 17, 2010. Retrieved 2007.
  52. ^ Kansas City traded this selection for Michael Bennett. Pasquarelli, Len (August 3, 2006). "Chiefs get Bennett, but not giving up on Holmes". ESPN. Archived from the original on January 17, 2010. Retrieved 2007.
  53. ^ The New York Jets traded this selection for Kevan Barlow. Pasquarelli, Len (February 21, 2007). "Jets cut loose Barlow after only one year in NY". ESPN. Archived from the original on February 23, 2011. Retrieved 2007.
  54. ^ Seattle traded wide receiver Darrell Jackson to San Francisco for San Francisco's final fourth-round selection (124th overall, used to select Mansfield Wrotto). "Seahawks get 4th-round pick for WR Jackson". ESPN. April 30, 2007. Archived from the original on November 2, 2011. Retrieved 2011.
  55. ^ Philadelphia traded this pick to New Orleans for Donte' Stallworth. Had Philadelphia re-signed Stallworth before March 2, 2007 (the date when free agency began), New Orleans would have instead received Philadelphia's second-round selection. Bowen, Les (February 21, 2007). "FEATHER in their CAP". Philadelphia Daily News. Archived from the original on February 23, 2007. Retrieved 2007.
  56. ^ Indianapolis received this selection from New Orleans as compensation for New Orleans' signing of restricted free agent Jason David. Pasquarelli, Len (April 27, 2007). "Saints borrow from Colts to upgrade at cornerback". ESPN. Archived from the original on October 28, 2011. Retrieved 2011.
  57. ^ Baltimore traded this selection for quarterback Steve McNair. Clayton, John (June 8, 2006). "Titans, Ravens agree to McNair trade". ESPN. Archived from the original on January 17, 2010. Retrieved 2007.
  58. ^ Miami traded this selection for quarterback Joey Harrington. Pasquarelli, Len (May 12, 2006). "Harrington sent to Dolphins for draft pick". ESPN. Archived from the original on January 17, 2010. Retrieved 2007.
  59. ^ Buffalo traded this selection to St. Louis for defensive tackle Anthony Hargrove. "Rams deal DE Hargrove to Bills for fifth-round pick". ESPN. AP. October 16, 2006. Archived from the original on October 28, 2011. Retrieved 2011. St. Louis subsequently traded the pick along with their third-round selection (82nd overall) to Kansas City for Kansas City's third-round selection (84th overall) and Dante Hall."Rams acquire returner Dante Hall from Chiefs". Associated Press. April 25, 2007. Archived from the original on February 23, 2011. Retrieved 2007.
  60. ^ a b c d Jacksonville traded all three of their sixth-round selections (194th overall, used to select David Irons, 198th, used to select Doug Datish and 203rd overall, used to select Daren Stone) to Atlanta for Atlanta's fifth-round selection (149th overall, used to select Uche Nwaneri). Scouts, Inc. (April 29, 2007). "NFL draft trade tracker 2007". ESPN. Archived from the original on January 17, 2010. Retrieved 2007.
  61. ^ St. Louis traded this selection to Detroit for defensive end James Hall. "Lions trade CB Bly to Broncos for RB Bell and DE Hall to Rams". ESPN. AP. March 2, 2007. Archived from the original on November 2, 2011. Retrieved 2011.
  62. ^ Denver traded this selection along with running back Tatum Bell and offensive tackle George Foster to Detroit for cornerback Dré Bly and a sixth round selection in this year's draft (176th overall). Smith, Michael (March 2, 2007). "Lions trade Bly to Broncos for Tatum Bell, Foster". ESPN. Archived from the original on January 17, 2010. Retrieved 2007.
  63. ^ New England traded this selection for Doug Gabriel. Reiss, Mike (September 3, 2006). "Patriots pick up a receiver". The Boston Globe. Archived from the original on January 17, 2010. Retrieved 2007.
  64. ^ Troy Smith, 2006 Heisman Trophy winner "72nd Trophy winner". Archived from the original on October 7, 2009. Retrieved 2008.
  65. ^ Detroit traded this selection and cornerback Dré Bly to Denver for running back Tatum Bell, offensive tackle George Foster, and a fifth-round selection in this year's draft (158th overall). Smith, Michael (March 2, 2007). "Lions trade Bly to Broncos for Tatum Bell, Foster". ESPN. Archived from the original on January 17, 2010. Retrieved 2007.
  66. ^ Tampa Bay Buccaneers traded this selection for tight end Doug Jolley. "2007 TRADED PICKS / DRAFTING ORDER". April 19, 2007. Archived from the original on April 4, 2007. Retrieved 2007.
  67. ^ Arizona traded this selection for offensive tackle Brandon Gorin. Pasquarelli, Len (August 21, 2006). "Thin at offensive line, Cardinals trade for Pats' Gorin". ESPN. Archived from the original on January 17, 2010. Retrieved 2007.
  68. ^ a b c Dallas traded their final sixth-round selection (200th overall, used to select Melila Purcell) and their second seventh-round selection (234th overall, used to select Syndric Steptoe) to Cleveland in exchange for Cleveland's third-round selection (195th overall, used to select Deon Anderson). Scouts, Inc. (April 29, 2007). "NFL draft trade tracker 2007". ESPN. Archived from the original on January 17, 2010. Retrieved 2007.
  69. ^ Denver had traded this selection to Miami for defensive tackle Dan Wilkinson, but Wilkinson failed to show for a physical and the trade was voided. Associated Press (April 1, 2007). "Wilkinson trade to Denver nixed". USA Today. Archived from the original on January 17, 2010. Retrieved 2007.
  70. ^ New Orleans traded this selection for kicker Olindo Mare. "Dolphins trade Mare to Saints for 6th-round pick". ESPN. AP. April 3, 2007. Archived from the original on November 2, 2011. Retrieved 2011.
  71. ^ The New York Jets traded this selection to Dallas for defensive back Pete Hunter. "Cowboys trade CB Hunter to Jets for draft pick". NFL. July 15, 2005. Archived from the original on August 4, 2007. Retrieved 2007.
  72. ^ San Diego traded this selection to Tennessee for quarterback Billy Volek."Chargers acquire backup QB Volek from Titans". NFL. September 19, 2006. Archived from the original on June 30, 2007. Retrieved 2007.
  73. ^ Chicago traded this selection for safety Adam Archuleta. Clayton, John (March 21, 2007). "Bears to pay Archuleta $8.1 million over three years". ESPN. Archived from the original on January 17, 2010. Retrieved 2007.
  74. ^ Indianapolis traded this selection for their seventh-round selection in the 2006 NFL Draft (238th overall), with which they selected T.J. Rushing. "2007 NFL Draft Pick Transactions". ProSportsTransactions.com. Archived from the original on November 2, 2011. Retrieved 2011.
  75. ^ Detroit traded this selection to the New York Jets for safety Jon McGraw.Botte, Peter (August 11, 2005). "McGraw Traded To Lions". New York Daily News. Archived from the original on October 31, 2011. Retrieved 2011. New York subsequently traded the selection to Dallas for tight end Sean Ryan. "Jets trade Jolley to Bucs, get TE from Cowboys". ESPN. August 31, 2006. Archived from the original on October 31, 2011. Retrieved 2011.
  76. ^ Atlanta traded this selection and safety Bryan Scott to New Orleans for offensive tackle Wayne Gandy. Pasquarelli, Len (April 6, 2006). "Saints trade LT Gandy to Falcons for safety Scott". ESPN. Archived from the original on January 17, 2010. Retrieved 2007.
  77. ^ San Francisco traded this selection and quarterback Ken Dorsey to Cleveland for quarterback Trent Dilfer. "Browns trade Dilfer to Niners for Dorsey, draft pick". ESPN. May 4, 2006. Archived from the original on January 17, 2010. Retrieved 2007. Cleveland subsequently traded the selection to the Chicago Bears for offensive lineman Lennie Friedman.
  78. ^ Miami received this selection in exchange for St. Louis signing restricted free agent punter Donnie Jones. "Dolphins won't match Jones' offer sheet from Rams". ESPN. AP. April 18, 2007. Archived from the original on January 17, 2010. Retrieved 2007.
  79. ^ The New York Jets traded this selection to Green Bay for offensive lineman Steve Morley. "Jets trade for Packers OL Morley". NFL. September 4, 2005. Archived from the original on December 13, 2006. Retrieved 2007.
  80. ^ New Orleans traded this selection for linebacker Scott Shanle.Pasquarelli, Len (August 23, 2006). "Cowboys send LB Shanle to Saints". ESPN. Archived from the original on October 31, 2011. Retrieved 2011.
  81. ^ This last selection is commonly referred to as Mr. Irrelevant.


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