2019 NFL Mock Draft – Round 7
See Also: DraftGeek’s 2019 NFL Mock Draft | “Should” Mock Draft
Tampa Bay Buccaneers (from Arizona)
Clayton Thorson, QB, Northwestern
Thorson is a perfect back up QB for Tampa Bay. He is smart, experienced and can help their young, star QB prepare and stay balanced.
Kansas City Chiefs (from San Francisco)
Austin Bryant, DE, Clemson
KC can’t just rely on an explosive offense. They have a new scheme on defense and need lots of new players to fit that scheme.
Porter Gustin, DE, USC
Sort of a forgotten, once elite prospect, Gustin might emerge as a great value pick if he can stay healthy.
Nate Stanley, QB, Iowa
Coming from a pro style system, Stanley could be a nice developmental, backup QB and a good QB room guy.
Pittsburgh Steelers (from Tampa Bay)
E.J. Ejiya, ILB, North Texas
The Steelers will look to find hidden gems at their prized positions, particularly at ILB.
Houston Texans (from NYG)
DaMarkus Lodge, WR, Mississippi
The Texans haven’t had a consistent 1-2 punch at WR, there are always revolving pieces based on health, etc. They have to keep trying to finally build a full 3 or 4 man WR unit.
Cleveland Browns (from Jacksonville)
Ryheem Malone, WR, Louisville
The Browns have had so many picks the last few years they can afford to take some chances on high ceiling low floor prospects.
Chicago Bears (from Denver)
Tyler Horton, CB, Boise State
The Bears have some contract decisions on CB’s soon. They should try to get a few young prospects in to see if they can save some money down the line.
Marvell Tell III, S, USC
The Bengals’ defense just collapsed last year. They need help in their secondary.
Jalen Hurd, WR, Baylor
Hurd could be a true WR/RB hybrid at the next level. He has done very well at both in college.
Alize Mack, TE, Notre Dame
The Bills are going to fix their O-line this year no matter what, and the natural next step after that is to provide their young QB with a solid TE core.
Benny Snell Jr., RB, Kentucky
Any chance to get a power run game going in Green Bay would help this team’s consistency, which has been a huge problem.
Zach Gentry, TE, Michigan
Gentry was overlooked in Michigan’s offense, and might be much better as a pro.
Buffalo Bills (from Carolina)
Greg Gaines, DT, Washington
Gaines is just relentless, and fits what the Bills wants to do.
Detroit Lions (from Miami)
Daniel Wise, DE, Kansas
The Lions have almost completely rebuilt their defensive line, and need young prospects to start developing.
Jakobi Meyers, WR, NC State
Meyers is a really exciting WR prospect, and could find a place as a #3 guy early in his career.
New Orleans Saints (from Cleveland)
Elijah Holyfield, RB, Georgia
A super power back that doesn’t offer much in open field speed, but that can punish defenses.
New York Giants (from Minnesota)
Sutton Smith, DE/OLB, Northern Illinois
The Giants have a lot of picks in this draft, and could take some fliers late in the draft on small school and high risk players.
Miami Dolphins (from Tennessee)
Jamal Davis II, DE/OLB, Akron
The Dolphins are in a pure developmental year. They need to find some diamonds in the rough. Davis has some great tape, but didn’t play against top level competition.
Miami Dolphins (from Pittsburgh)
Nate Herbig, OG, Stanford
Herbig is huge and physical. The Dolphins need to get back to a power run game.
Oakland Raiders (from Seattle)
Wyatt Ray, DE/OLB, Boston College
Any prospects that can help the Raiders get to opposing QB’s are worth a pick.
Jacksonville Jaguars (from Baltimore)
Qadree Ollison, RB, Pittsburgh
A bruiser of a back, Ollison could offer a breather to their troubled star RB from time to time.
Denver Broncos (from Houston)
Shareef Miller, DE, Penn State
The Broncos are heavily going defense in the next year. They have a coach that insists on it.
Hamp Cheevers, CB, Boston College
Cheevers had a nice draft process, and could be another CB prospect that they can try out to help balance out some upcoming contract decisions.
New England Patriots (from Philadelphia)
Montre Hartage, CB, Northwestern
The Patriots always seem to find great secondary players out of nowhere.
Nick Fitzgerald, QB, Mississippi State
Fitzgerald just seems like the perfect backup QB for Luck.
Derrick Baity, CB, Kentucky
The Cowboys invested heavily in corners a few years ago, they could use some depth there, though.
Darius Slayton, WR, Auburn
The Chargers lost some talent at WR, and could use some depth.
San Francisco 49ers (from Kansas City)
Trace McSorley, WR, Penn State
McSorley could be an offensive weapon as a slot guy that can do some work as a RB as well.
Jackson Barton, OT, Utah
The Saints have done a nice job of building an excellent offensive line. Good teams never stop adding there.
New York Giants (from LAR)
Wes Hills, RB, Slippery Rock
A bruising back that was fun to watch in the draft process.
Gary Jennings Jr., WR, West Virginia
Mr. reliable as a receiver. Perfect for the Pats.
Devine Ozigbo, RB, Nebraska
A very interesting RB prospect that could surprise.
Nyqwan Murray, WR, Florida State
The Cardinals have a depleted WR core. They need to take some fliers on guys late.
Jordan Scarlett, RB, Florida
Another RB for competition during training camp.
David Blough, QB, Purdue
Perhaps the best and purest backup QB/ good QB room guy in the draft.
Dewayne Hendrix, DE, Pittsburgh
The Rams need to get cheaper on defense.
Dax Raymond, TE, Utah State
The Pats need to have three TE’s that can stay on the field.
Zedrick Woods, S, Mississippi
The Redskins need to get better and deeper in their secondary.
B.J. Autry, OT, Jacksonville State
Small school developmental prospect.