2010 NFL Draft

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2010 NFL Draft
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General information
Date(s)April 22–24, 2010
Time7:30 pm EDT (April 21)
6:00 pm EDT (April 23)
10:00 am EDT (April 24)
Location Radio City Music Hall
in New York City, NY
Network(s) ESPN, NFL Network
Overview
255 total selections in 7 rounds
League NFL
First selection Sam Bradford, QB
St. Louis Rams
Mr. Irrelevant Tim Toone, WR
Detroit Lions
Most selections (13) Philadelphia Eagles
Fewest selections (4) New York Jets
  2009
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The 2010 NFL Draft was the 75th annual meeting of National Football League (NFL) franchises to select newly eligible football players. The 2010 draft took place over three days, at Radio City Music Hall in New York City, New York, with the first round on April 22, 2010. The second and third rounds took place on April 23, while the final four rounds were held on April 24. [1] [2] Television coverage was provided by both NFL Network and ESPN.

Contents

The St. Louis Rams, as the team with the worst record during the 2009 season, selected quarterback Sam Bradford with the first pick. Three of the top four picks were members of the Oklahoma Sooners football team, and five of the top six were from the Big 12 Conference. The prime time broadcast of the first round was watched by 7.29 million viewers making it the most viewed first round ever and making ESPN the second most watched network of the night. [3] [4]

Overview

Of the 255 players drafted 216 (or 84%) were among the 327 players who participated in the 2010 NFL Scouting Combine. This matches the average percentage of combine participants among draftees over the past ten years. An additional 39 players who did not attend the combine were selected. [5] [6]

There was wide speculation that the 2010 NFL Draft would have a very large number of early entrants because of a possible rookie pay scale to be imposed starting with the 2011 NFL Draft. [7] [8] [9] [10] Eligible underclassmen projected as top NFL prospects risked losing millions of contractually-guaranteed dollars if they did not declare for the draft the year before a new CBA could be reached. The early entry deadline was January 15. After the early entry deadline had passed, it was confirmed that the 2010 NFL Draft would have fifty-three non-seniors, tying a draft record for the most non-seniors ever. [11]

The draft's first round, in which teams were allowed ten minutes to make each selection, consumed three hours and 28 minutes. The second round (with a maximum of seven minutes per selection) lasted two hours and 25 minutes. After the second round, teams were allotted five minutes per pick. The third round took one hour and 41 minutes. Rounds 4 through 7 each lasted less than two hours. [12] For the second time in draft history, the first two players selected were named Offensive and Defensive Rookies of the Year, respectively. [13]

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

Changes in draft order

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Commissioner Roger Goodell announcing a pick.

At the 2009 annual owners meeting, NFL owners unanimously approved changes to the order for assigning draft picks, starting with the 2010 draft. [14]

The new format took into account the seeding of playoff teams. The two major changes from previous years were:

The new order assigns picks for each round as indicated in the table below. With the exception of the changes noted above, the order will generally follow that used in previous years (i.e., within a given status, teams with worse regular-season records will pick earlier in the first round, and picks will cycle from round to round among teams that are tied).

Three coin tosses were necessary to establish the final selection order: Jacksonville, Tennessee, and Atlanta won their flips over Denver, Carolina, and Houston, respectively. [15]

StatusDraft picks
Non-playoff teams1–20
Eliminated in Wild Card round21–24
Eliminated in Divisional round25–28
Eliminated in Conference Championships29–30
Super Bowl losing team31
Super Bowl champion32

Player selections

*= compensatory selection
^= supplemental compensatory selection
= Pro Bowler [16]
Positions key
C Center CB Cornerback DB Defensive back DE Defensive end
DL Defensive lineman DT Defensive tackle FB Fullback FS Free safety
G Guard HB Halfback K Placekicker KR Kick returner
LB Linebacker LS Long snapper OT Offensive tackle OL Offensive lineman
NT Nose tackle P Punter PR Punt returner QB Quarterback
RB Running back S Safety SS Strong safety TB Tailback
TE Tight end WR Wide receiver     
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Notable defensive linemen taken early in the draft include (from top to bottom) Ndamukong Suh (2nd overall by Detroit), Gerald McCoy (3rd overall by Tampa Bay) and Jason Pierre-Paul (15th overall by NY Giants). The three have combined for 14 Pro Bowl appearances, 10 All-Pro selections, and 3 Super Bowl wins.
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Notable first-round defensive backs include (from top to bottom) Eric Berry (5th overall by Kansas City), Joe Haden (7th overall by Cleveland), Earl Thomas (14th overall by Seattle) and Devin McCourty (27th overall by New England).
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Notable tight ends taken in the draft include Rob Gronkowski (2nd round selection by New England, top) and Jimmy Graham (3rd round selection by New Orleans, bottom)
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Notable offensive linemen in the first round include Trent Williams, and Maurkice Pouncey.
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Notable receivers taken include (from top to bottom) Demaryius Thomas (22nd overall by Denver), Dez Bryant (24th overall by Dallas), Emmanuel Sanders (3rd round selection by Pittsburgh) and Antonio Brown (6th round selection by Pittsburgh).
Rnd.Pick No.NFL teamPlayerPos.CollegeConf.Notes
1 1 St. Louis Rams Sam Bradford   QB Oklahoma Big 12
1 2 Detroit Lions Ndamukong Suh   DT Nebraska Big 12
13 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Gerald McCoy   DT Oklahoma Big 12
14 Washington Redskins Trent Williams   OT Oklahoma Big 12
15 Kansas City Chiefs Eric Berry   S Tennessee SEC
16 Seattle Seahawks Russell Okung   OT Oklahoma State Big 12
17 Cleveland Browns Joe Haden   CB Florida SEC
18 Oakland Raiders Rolando McClain   LB Alabama SEC
19 Buffalo Bills C. J. Spiller   RB Clemson ACC
110 Jacksonville Jaguars Tyson Alualu   DT California Pac-10
111 San Francisco 49ers Anthony Davis   OT Rutgers Big East from Chicago via Denver [R1 - 1]
112 San Diego Chargers Ryan Mathews   RB Fresno State WAC from Miami [R1 - 2]
113 Philadelphia Eagles Brandon Graham   DE Michigan Big Ten from San Francisco via Denver [R1 - 3]
114 Seattle Seahawks Earl Thomas   S Texas Big 12 from Denver [R1 - 4]
115 New York Giants Jason Pierre-Paul   LB South Florida Big East
116 Tennessee Titans Derrick Morgan   DE Georgia Tech ACC
117 San Francisco 49ers Mike Iupati   OG Idaho WAC from Carolina [R1 - 5]
118 Pittsburgh Steelers Maurkice Pouncey   C Florida SEC
119 Atlanta Falcons Sean Weatherspoon   LB Missouri Big 12
120 Houston Texans Kareem Jackson   CB Alabama SEC
121 Cincinnati Bengals Jermaine Gresham   TE Oklahoma Big 12
122 Denver Broncos Demaryius Thomas   WR Georgia Tech ACC from New England [R1 - 6]
123 Green Bay Packers Bryan Bulaga   OT Iowa Big Ten
124 Dallas Cowboys Dez Bryant   WR Oklahoma State Big 12 from Philadelphia via Denver and New England [R1 - 7]
125 Denver Broncos Tim Tebow   QB Florida SEC from Baltimore. Switch to TE in 2021 [R1 - 8]
126 Arizona Cardinals Dan Williams   DT Tennessee SEC
127 New England Patriots Devin McCourty   CB Rutgers Big East from Dallas [R1 - 9]
128 Miami Dolphins Jared Odrick   DT Penn State Big Ten from San Diego [R1 - 10]
129 New York Jets Kyle Wilson   CB Boise State WAC
130 Detroit Lions Jahvid Best   RB California Pac-10 from Minnesota [R1 - 11]
131 Indianapolis Colts Jerry Hughes   DE TCU MWC
132 New Orleans Saints Patrick Robinson   CB Florida State ACC
233 St. Louis Rams Rodger Saffold   OT Indiana Big Ten
234 Minnesota Vikings Chris Cook   CB Virginia ACC from Detroit [R2 - 1]
235 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Brian Price   DT UCLA Pac-10
236 Kansas City Chiefs Dexter McCluster   RB Ole Miss SEC
237 Philadelphia Eagles Nate Allen   S South Florida Big East from Washington [R2 - 2]
238 Cleveland Browns T. J. Ward   S Oregon Pac-10
239 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Arrelious Benn   WR Illinois Big Ten from Oakland [R2 - 3]
240 Miami Dolphins Koa Misi   DE Utah MWC from Seattle via San Diego [R2 - 4]
241 Buffalo Bills Torell Troup   DT UCF C-USA
242 New England Patriots Rob Gronkowski   TE Arizona Pac-10 from Chicago via Tampa Bay and Oakland [R2 - 5]
243 Baltimore Ravens Sergio Kindle   DE Texas Big 12 from Miami via Denver [R2 - 6]
244 Oakland Raiders Lamarr Houston   DE Texas Big 12 from Jacksonville via New England [R2 - 7]
245 Denver Broncos Zane Beadles   OT Utah MWC
246 New York Giants Linval Joseph   DT East Carolina C-USA
247 Arizona Cardinals Daryl Washington   LB TCU MWC from Tennessee via New England [R2 - 8]
248 Carolina Panthers Jimmy Clausen   QB Notre Dame Ind. (FBS)
249 San Francisco 49ers Taylor Mays   S USC Pac-10
250 Kansas City Chiefs Javier Arenas   CB Alabama SEC from Atlanta [R2 - 9]
251 Minnesota Vikings Toby Gerhart   RB Stanford Pac-10 from Houston [R2 - 10]
252 Pittsburgh Steelers Jason Worilds   DE Virginia Tech ACC
253 New England Patriots Jermaine Cunningham   DE Florida SEC
254 Cincinnati Bengals Carlos Dunlap   DE Florida SEC
255 Dallas Cowboys Sean Lee   LB Penn State Big Ten from Philadelphia [R2 - 11]
256 Green Bay Packers Mike Neal   DE Purdue Big Ten
257 Baltimore Ravens Terrence Cody   DT Alabama SEC
258 Houston Texans Ben Tate   RB Auburn SEC from Arizona via New England [R2 - 12]
259 Cleveland Browns Montario Hardesty   RB Tennessee SEC from Dallas via Philadelphia [R2 - 13]
260 Seattle Seahawks Golden Tate   WR Notre Dame Ind. (FBS) from San Diego [R2 - 14]
261 New York Jets Vladimir Ducasse   OT Massachusetts CAA
262 New England Patriots Brandon Spikes   LB Florida SEC from Minnesota via Houston [R2 - 15]
263 Indianapolis Colts Pat Angerer   LB Iowa Big Ten
264 New Orleans Saints Charles Brown   OT USC Pac-10
365 St. Louis Rams Jerome Murphy   CB South Florida Big East
366 Detroit Lions Amari Spievey   CB Iowa Big Ten
367 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Myron Lewis   CB Vanderbilt SEC
367.5 Washington Redskins selection forfeited in the 2009 Supplemental Draft [17]
368 Kansas City Chiefs Jon Asamoah   OG Illinois Big Ten
369 Oakland Raiders Jared Veldheer   OT Hillsdale GLIAC
370 Baltimore Ravens Ed Dickson   TE Oregon Pac-10 from Seattle via Philadelphia and Denver [R3 - 1]
371 Green Bay Packers Morgan Burnett   S Georgia Tech ACC from Cleveland via Philadelphia [R3 - 2]
372 Buffalo Bills Alex Carrington   DE Arkansas State Sun Belt
373 Miami Dolphins John Jerry   OT Ole Miss SEC
374 Jacksonville Jaguars D'Anthony Smith   DT Louisiana Tech WAC
375 Chicago Bears Major Wright   S Florida SEC
376 New York Giants Chad Jones   S LSU SEC
377 Tennessee Titans Damian Williams   WR USC Pac-10
378 Carolina Panthers Brandon LaFell   WR LSU SEC
379 San Diego Chargers Donald Butler   LB Washington Pac-10 from San Francisco [R3 - 3]
380 Denver Broncos J. D. Walton   C Baylor Big 12
381 Houston Texans Earl Mitchell   DT Arizona Pac-10
382 Pittsburgh Steelers Emmanuel Sanders   WR SMU C-USA
383 Atlanta Falcons Corey Peters   DT Kentucky SEC
384 Cincinnati Bengals Jordan Shipley   WR Texas Big 12
385 Cleveland Browns Colt McCoy   QB Texas Big 12 from New England via Oakland [R3 - 4]
386 Philadelphia Eagles Daniel Te'o-Nesheim   DE Washington Pac-10 from Green Bay [R3 - 5]
387 Denver Broncos Eric Decker   WR Minnesota Big Ten from Philadelphia [R3 - 6]
388 Arizona Cardinals Andre Roberts   WR The Citadel SoCon from Baltimore [R3 - 7]
389 Carolina Panthers Armanti Edwards   WR Appalachian State SoCon from Arizona via New England [R3 - 8]
390 New England Patriots Taylor Price   WR Ohio MAC from Dallas [R3 - 9]
391 San Francisco 49ers NaVorro Bowman   LB Penn State Big Ten from San Diego [R3 - 10]
392 Cleveland Browns Shawn Lauvao   OT Arizona State Pac-10 from New York Jets [R3 - 11]
393 Kansas City Chiefs Tony Moeaki   TE Iowa Big Ten from Minnesota via Houston [R3 - 12]
394 Indianapolis Colts Kevin Thomas   CB USC Pac-10
395 New Orleans Saints Jimmy Graham   TE Miami (FL) ACC
3*96 Cincinnati Bengals Brandon Ghee   CB Wake Forest ACC
3*97 Tennessee Titans Rennie Curran   LB Georgia SEC
3*98 Atlanta Falcons Mike Johnson   OG Alabama SEC
499 St. Louis Rams Mardy Gilyard   WR Cincinnati Big East
4100 Minnesota Vikings Everson Griffen   DE USC Pac-10 from Detroit [R4 - 1]
4101 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Mike Williams   WR Syracuse Big East
4102 Houston Texans Darryl Sharpton   LB Miami (FL) ACC from Kansas City [R4 - 2]
4103 Washington Redskins Perry Riley   LB LSU SEC
4104 Tennessee Titans Alterraun Verner   CB UCLA Pac-10 from Seattle [R4 - 3]
4105 Philadelphia Eagles Trevard Lindley   CB Kentucky SEC from Cleveland [R4 - 4]
4106 Oakland Raiders Bruce Campbell   OT Maryland ACC
4107 Buffalo Bills Marcus Easley   WR Connecticut Big East
4108 Oakland Raiders Jacoby Ford   WR Clemson ACC from Jacksonville [R4 - 5]
4109 Chicago Bears Corey Wootton   DE Northwestern Big Ten
4110 San Diego Chargers Darrell Stuckey   S Kansas Big 12 from Miami [R4 - 6]
4111 Seattle Seahawks Walter Thurmond   CB Oregon Pac-10 from Tennessee [R4 - 7]
4112 New York Jets Joe McKnight   RB USC Pac-10 from Carolina [R4 - 8]
4113 New England Patriots Aaron Hernandez   TE Florida SEC from San Francisco via Denver [R4 - 9]
4114 Baltimore Ravens Dennis Pitta   TE BYU MWC from Denver [R4 - 10]
4115 New York Giants Phillip Dillard   LB Nebraska Big 12
4116 Pittsburgh Steelers Thaddeus Gibson   DE Ohio State Big Ten
4117 Atlanta Falcons Joe Hawley   OG UNLV MWC
4118 Houston Texans Garrett Graham   TE Wisconsin Big Ten
4119 Miami Dolphins A. J. Edds   LB Iowa Big Ten from New England via Dallas [R4 - 11]
4120 Cincinnati Bengals Geno Atkins   DT Georgia SEC
4121 Philadelphia Eagles Keenan Clayton   LB Oklahoma Big 12
4122 Philadelphia Eagles Mike Kafka   QB Northwestern Big Ten from Green Bay [R4 - 12]
4123 New Orleans Saints Al Woods   DT LSU SEC from Baltimore via Arizona [R4 - 13]
4124 Carolina Panthers Eric Norwood   LB South Carolina SEC from Arizona via New York Jets [R4 - 14]
4125 Philadelphia Eagles Clay Harbor   TE Missouri State MVFC from Dallas [R4 - 15]
4126 Dallas Cowboys Akwasi Owusu-Ansah   CB Indiana (PA) PSAC from San Diego via Miami [R4 - 16]
4127 Seattle Seahawks E. J. Wilson   DE North Carolina ACC from New York Jets via Philadelphia [R4 - 17]
4128 Detroit Lions Jason Fox   OT Miami (FL) ACC from Minnesota [R4 - 18]
4129 Indianapolis Colts Jacques McClendon   OG Tennessee SEC
4130 Arizona Cardinals O'Brien Schofield   DE Wisconsin Big Ten from New Orleans Saints [R4 - 19]
4*131 Cincinnati Bengals Roddrick Muckelroy   LB Texas Big 12
5132 St. Louis Rams Michael Hoomanawanui   TE Illinois Big Ten
5133 Seattle Seahawks Kam Chancellor   S Virginia Tech ACC from Detroit [R5 - 1]
5134 Philadelphia Eagles Ricky Sapp   DE Clemson ACC from Tampa Bay via Cleveland [R5 - 2]
5135 Atlanta Falcons Dominique Franks   CB Oklahoma Big 12 from Washington via St. Louis [R5 - 3]
5136 Kansas City Chiefs Kendrick Lewis   S Ole Miss SEC
5137 Denver Broncos Perrish Cox   CB Oklahoma State Big 12 from Cleveland via Philadelphia [R5 - 4]
5138 Oakland Raiders Walter McFadden   CB Auburn SEC
5139 New York Jets John Conner   FB Kentucky SEC from Seattle [R5 - 5]
5140 Buffalo Bills Ed Wang   OT Virginia Tech ACC
5141 Chicago Bears Joshua Moore   CB Kansas State Big 12
5142 Kansas City Chiefs Cameron Sheffield   DE Troy Sun Belt from Miami [R5 - 6]
5143 Jacksonville Jaguars Larry Hart   DE Central Arkansas Southland
5144 Houston Texans Sherrick McManis   CB Northwestern Big Ten from Carolina via Kansas City [R5 - 7]
5145 Miami Dolphins Nolan Carroll   CB Maryland ACC from San Francisco [R5 - 8]
5146 San Diego Chargers Cam Thomas   DT North Carolina ACC from Denver via Detroit, Cleveland and Philadelphia [R5 - 9]
5147 New York Giants Mitch Petrus   OG Arkansas SEC
5148 Tennessee Titans Robert Johnson   S Utah MWC
5149 St. Louis Rams Hall Davis   DE Louisiana–Lafayette Sun Belt from Atlanta [R5 - 10]
5150 New England Patriots Zoltan Mesko   P Michigan Big Ten from Houston [R5 - 11]
5151 Pittsburgh Steelers Chris Scott   OT Tennessee SEC
5152 Cincinnati Bengals Otis Hudson   OG Eastern Illinois OVC
5153 Jacksonville Jaguars Austen Lane   DE Murray State OVC from New England via Tampa Bay and Oakland [R5 - 12]
5154 Green Bay Packers Andrew Quarless   TE Penn State Big Ten
5155 Arizona Cardinals John Skelton   QB Fordham Patriot from Philadelphia via New York Jets and Pittsburgh [R5 - 13]
5156 Baltimore Ravens David Reed   WR Utah MWC
5157 Baltimore Ravens Arthur Jones   DT Syracuse Big East from Arizona [R5 - 14]
5158 New Orleans Saints Matt Tennant   C Boston College ACC from Dallas via Denver, New England, Oakland and Jacksonville [R5 - 15]
5159 Philadelphia Eagles Riley Cooper   WR Florida SEC from San Diego [R5 - 16]
5160 Cleveland Browns Larry Asante   S Nebraska Big 12 from New York Jets [R5 - 17]
5161 Minnesota Vikings Chris DeGeare   OT Wake Forest ACC
5162 Indianapolis Colts Brody Eldridge   TE Oklahoma Big 12
5163 Miami Dolphins Reshad Jones   S Georgia SEC from New Orleans via Philadelphia, St. Louis and Washington [R5 - 18]
5*164 Pittsburgh Steelers Crezdon Butler   CB Clemson ACC
5*165 Atlanta Falcons Kerry Meier   WR Kansas Big 12
5*166 Pittsburgh Steelers Stevenson Sylvester   LB Utah MWC
5*167 Minnesota Vikings Nathan Triplett   LB Minnesota Big Ten
5*168 San Diego Chargers Jonathan Crompton   QB Tennessee SEC
5*169 Green Bay Packers Marshall Newhouse   OT TCU MWC
6170 St. Louis Rams Fendi Onobun   TE Houston C-USA
6171 Atlanta Falcons Shann Schillinger   S Montana Big Sky from Detroit [R6 - 1]
6172 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Brent Bowden   P Virginia Tech ACC
6173 San Francisco 49ers Anthony Dixon   RB Mississippi State SEC from Kansas City via Miami and San Diego [R6 - 2]
6174 Washington Redskins Dennis Morris   TE Louisiana Tech WAC from Washington via Miami [R6 - 3]
6175 Carolina Panthers Greg Hardy   DE Ole Miss SEC from Oakland [R6 - 4]
6176 Tennessee Titans Rusty Smith   QB Florida Atlantic Sun Belt from Seattle [R6 - 5]
6177 Cleveland Browns Carlton Mitchell   WR South Florida Big East
6178 Buffalo Bills Arthur Moats   DE James Madison CAA
6179 Dallas Cowboys Sam Young   OT Notre Dame Ind. (FBS) from Miami [R6 - 6]
6180 Jacksonville Jaguars Deji Karim   RB Southern Illinois MVFC
6181 Chicago Bears Dan LeFevour   QB Central Michigan MAC
6182 San Francisco 49ers Nate Byham   TE Pittsburgh Big East
6183 Denver Broncos Eric Olsen   C Notre Dame Ind. (FBS)
6184 New York Giants Adrian Tracy   LB William & Mary CAA
6185 Seattle Seahawks Anthony McCoy   TE USC Pac-10 from Tennessee [R6 - 7]
6186 Cleveland Browns Clifton Geathers   DE South Carolina SEC from Carolina [R6 - 8]
6187 Houston Texans Shelley Smith   OG Colorado State MWC
6188 Pittsburgh Steelers Jonathan Dwyer   RB Georgia Tech ACC
6189 St. Louis Rams Eugene Sims   DE West Texas A&M LSC from Atlanta [R6 - 9]
6190 Oakland Raiders Travis Goethel   LB Arizona State Pac-10 from New England [R6 - 10]
6191 Cincinnati Bengals Dezmon Briscoe   WR Kansas Big 12
6192 Buffalo Bills Danny Batten   LB South Dakota State MVFC from Philadelphia [R6 - 11]
6193 Green Bay Packers James Starks   RB Buffalo MAC
6194 Baltimore Ravens Ramon Harewood   OT Morehouse SIAC
6195 Pittsburgh Steelers Antonio Brown   WR Central Michigan MAC from Arizona [R6 - 12]
6196 Dallas Cowboys Jamar Wall   CB Texas Tech Big 12
6197 Houston Texans Trindon Holliday   KR LSU SEC from San Diego [R6 - 13]
6198 Carolina Panthers David Gettis   WR Baylor Big 12 from New York Jets [R6 - 14]
6199 Minnesota Vikings Joe Webb   QB UAB C-USA
6200 Philadelphia Eagles Charles Scott   RB LSU SEC from Indianapolis [R6 - 15]
6201 Arizona Cardinals Jorrick Calvin   CB Troy Sun Belt from New Orleans [R6 - 16]
6*202 Carolina Panthers Jordan Pugh   CB Texas A&M Big 12
6*203 Jacksonville Jaguars Scotty McGee   KR James Madison CAA
6*204 Carolina Panthers Tony Pike   QB Cincinnati Big East
6*205 New England Patriots Ted Larsen   C NC State ACC
6*206 San Francisco 49ers Kyle Williams   WR Arizona State Pac-10
6*207 Tennessee Titans Myron Rolle   S Florida State ACC
7208 New England Patriots Thomas Welch   OT Vanderbilt SEC from St. Louis via Washington [R7 - 1]
7209 Buffalo Bills Levi Brown   QB Troy Sun Belt from Detroit [R7 - 2]
7210 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Cody Grimm   S Virginia Tech ACC
7211 St. Louis Rams Marquis Johnson   CB Alabama SEC from Washington [R7 - 3]
7212 Miami Dolphins Chris McCoy   LB Middle Tennessee Sun Belt from Kansas City [R7 - 4]
7213 Detroit Lions Willie Young   DE NC State ACC from Seattle [R7 - 5]
7214 Minnesota Vikings Mickey Shuler Jr.   TE Penn State Big Ten from Cleveland via Detroit [R7 - 6]
7215 Oakland Raiders Jeremy Ware   CB Michigan State Big Ten
7216 Buffalo Bills Kyle Calloway   OT Iowa Big Ten
7217 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Dekoda Watson   LB Florida State ACC from Jacksonville [R7 - 7]
7218 Chicago Bears J'Marcus Webb   OT West Texas A&M LSC
7219 Washington Redskins Terrence Austin   WR UCLA Pac-10 from Miami [R7 - 8]
7220 Philadelphia Eagles Jamar Chaney   LB Mississippi State SEC from Denver via Detroit [R7 - 9]
7221 New York Giants Matt Dodge   P East Carolina C-USA
7222 Tennessee Titans Marc Mariani   WR Montana Big Sky
7223 Carolina Panthers R.J. Stanford   CB Utah MWC
7224 San Francisco 49ers Phillip Adams   CB South Carolina State MEAC
7225 Denver Broncos Syd'Quan Thompson   CB California Pac-10 from Pittsburgh via Tampa Bay [R7 - 10]
7226 St. Louis Rams George Selvie   DE South Florida Big East from Atlanta [R7 - 11]
7227 Houston Texans Dorin Dickerson   TE Pittsburgh Big East
7228 Cincinnati Bengals Reggie Stephens   OG Iowa State Big 12
7229 Washington Redskins Erik Cook   C New Mexico MWC from New England [R7 - 12]
7230 Green Bay Packers C. J. Wilson   DE East Carolina C-USA from Green Bay via New York Jets [R7 - 13]
7231 Washington Redskins Selvish Capers   OT West Virginia Big East from Philadelphia via New England, Denver, and New England [R7 - 14]
7232 Denver Broncos Jammie Kirlew   DE Indiana Big Ten from Baltimore via Tampa Bay [R7 - 15]
7233 Arizona Cardinals Jim Dray   TE Stanford Pac-10
7234 Dallas Cowboys Sean Lissemore   DT William & Mary CAA
7235 San Diego Chargers Dedrick Epps   TE Miami (FL) ACC
7236 Seattle Seahawks Dexter Davis   LB Arizona State Pac-10 from New York Jets [R7 - 16]
7237 Minnesota Vikings Ryan D'Imperio   LB Rutgers Big East
7238 Indianapolis Colts Ricardo Mathews   DT Cincinnati Big East
7239 New Orleans Saints Sean Canfield   QB Oregon State Pac-10
7*240 Indianapolis Colts Kavell Conner   LB Clemson ACC
7*241 Tennessee Titans David Howard   DT Brown Ivy
7*242 Pittsburgh Steelers Doug Worthington   DT Ohio State Big Ten
7*243 Philadelphia Eagles Jeff Owens   DT Georgia SEC
7*244 Philadelphia Eagles Kurt Coleman   S Ohio State Big Ten
7*245 Seattle Seahawks Jameson Konz   FB Kent State MAC
7*246 Indianapolis Colts Ray Fisher   CB Indiana Big Ten
7*247 New England Patriots Brandon Deaderick   DT Alabama SEC
7*248 New England Patriots Kade Weston   DT Georgia SEC
7*249 Carolina Panthers Robert McClain   CB Connecticut Big East
7*250 New England Patriots Zac Robinson   QB Oklahoma State Big 12
7*251 Oakland Raiders Stevie Brown   S Michigan Big Ten
7*252 Miami Dolphins Austin Spitler   LB Ohio State Big Ten
7*253 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Erik Lorig   DE Stanford Pac-10
7^254 St. Louis Rams Josh Hull   LB Penn State Big Ten
7^ 255 Detroit Lions Tim Toone   WR Weber State Big Sky

Trades

In the explanations below, (D) denotes trades that took place during the draft, while (PD) indicates trades completed pre-draft.

Round one

  1. #11: multiple trades:
    #11: Chicago → Denver (PD). Chicago traded this selection, a 2009 first-round selection (18th overall; Denver selected Robert Ayers) and a 2009 third-round selection (84th overall; traded to Pittsburgh, who selected Mike Wallace), and quarterback Kyle Orton to Denver for quarterback Jay Cutler and a 2009 fifth-round selection (140th overall, Chicago selected Johnny Knox). [source 1]
    #11: Denver → San Francisco (D). Denver traded this selection it acquired from Chicago to San Francisco for a first-round selection (13th overall; traded to Philadelphia, who selected Brandon Graham) and a fourth-round selection (113th overall; traded to New England, who selected Aaron Hernandez). [source 2]
  2. #12: Miami → San Diego (D). Miami traded this selection, a fourth-round selection (110th overall; San Diego selected Darrell Stuckey), and a sixth-round selection it acquired from Kansas City (173rd overall; traded to San Francisco who selected Anthony Dixon) to San Diego for a first-round selection (28th overall; Miami selected Jared Odrick), a second-round selection it acquired from Seattle (40th overall; Miami selected Koa Misi), a fourth-round selection (126th overall; traded to Dallas who selected Akwasi Owusu-Ansah), and linebacker Tim Dobbins. [source 3]
  3. #13: multiple trades:
    #13: San Francisco → Denver (D).See #11: Denver → San Francisco above.
    #13: Denver → Philadelphia (D). Denver traded this selection it acquired from San Francisco to Philadelphia for a first-round selection (24th overall; after all trades, Dallas selected Dez Bryant), a third-round selection it acquired from Seattle (70th overall; traded to Baltimore, who selected Ed Dickson), and a third-round selection (87th overall; Denver selected Eric Decker). [source 4]
  4. #14: Denver → Seattle (PD). Denver traded this selection to Seattle for a 2009 second-round selection (37th overall; Denver selected Alphonso Smith). [source 5]
  5. #17: Carolina → San Francisco (PD). Carolina traded this selection to San Francisco for 2009 second- (43rd overall; Carolina selected Everette Brown) and fourth-round selections (111th overall; Carolina selected Mike Goodson). [source 6]
  6. #22: New England → Denver (D). New England traded this selection to Denver for a first-round selection (24th overall; traded to Dallas, who selected Dez Bryant) and a fourth-round selection it acquired from San Francisco (113th overall; New England selected Aaron Hernandez). [source 7]
  7. #24: multiple trades:
    #24: Philadelphia → Denver (D).See #13: Denver → Philadelphia above.
    #24: Denver → New England (D).See #22: New England → Denver above.
    #24: New England → Dallas (D). New England traded this selection it acquired from Denver and its fourth-round selection (119th overall; traded to Miami who selected A. J. Edds) to Dallas for a first-round selection (27th overall; New England selected Devin McCourty) and a third-round selection (90th overall; New England selected Taylor Price). [source 8]
  8. #25: Baltimore → Denver (D). Baltimore traded this selection to Denver for a second-round selection it acquired from Miami (43rd overall; Baltimore selected Sergio Kindle), a third-round selection it acquired from Philadelphia (70th overall; Baltimore selected Ed Dickson), and a fourth-round selection (114th overall; Baltimore selected Dennis Pitta). [source 9]
  9. #27: Dallas → New England (D).See #24: New England → Dallas above.
  10. #28: Miami → San Diego (D).See #12: Miami → San Diego above.
  11. #30: Minnesota → Detroit (D). Minnesota traded this selection and a fourth-round selection (128th overall; Detroit selected Jason Fox) to Detroit for a second-round selection (34th overall; Minnesota selected Chris Cook), a fourth-round selection (100th overall; Minnesota selected Everson Griffen), and a seventh-round selection it acquired from Cleveland (214th overall; Minnesota selected Mickey Shuler Jr.). [source 10]

Round two

  1. #34: Detroit → Minnesota (D).See #30: Minnesota → Detroit above.
  2. #37: Washington → Philadelphia (PD). Washington traded this selection and a 2011 fourth-round selection to Philadelphia for quarterback Donovan McNabb. [source 11]
  3. #39: Oakland → Tampa Bay (D). Oakland traded this selection to Tampa Bay for a second-round selection it acquired from Chicago (42nd overall; traded to New England, who selected Rob Gronkowski) and a fifth-round selection it acquired from New England (153rd overall; traded to Jacksonville, who selected Austen Lane). [source 12]
  4. #40: multiple trades:
    #40: Seattle → San Diego (PD). Seattle traded this selection and a 2011 third-round selection to San Diego for quarterback Charlie Whitehurst and the Chargers' 2010 second-round selection (60th overall; Seattle selected Golden Tate). [source 13]
    #40: San Diego → Miami (D).See #12: Miami → San Diego above.
  5. #42: multiple trades:
    #42: Chicago → Tampa Bay (PD). Chicago traded this selection to Tampa Bay for defensive end Gaines Adams. [source 14]
    #42: Tampa Bay → Oakland (D).See #39: Oakland → Tampa Bay above.
    #42: Oakland → New England (D). Oakland traded this selection it acquired from Tampa Bay to New England for a second-round selection New England had acquired from Jacksonville (44th overall; Oakland selected Lamarr Houston) and New Endland's sixth-round selection (190th overall; Oakland selected Travis Goethel). [source 15]
  6. #43: multiple trades:
    #43: Miami → Denver (PD). Miami traded this selection and a 2011 second-round selection to Denver for wide receiver Brandon Marshall. [source 16]
    #43: Denver → Baltimore (D).See #25: Baltimore → Denver above.
  7. #44: multiple trades:
    #44: Jacksonville → New England (PD). Jacksonville traded this selection and a 2009 seventh-round selection (232nd overall; New England selected Julian Edelman) to New England for a 2009 third-round selection (73rd overall; Jacksonville selected Derek Cox). [source 17]
    #44: New England → Oakland (D).See #42: Oakland → New England above.
  8. #47: multiple trades:
    #47: Tennessee → New England (PD). Tennessee traded this selection to New England for a 2009 third-round selection (89th overall; Tennessee selected Jared Cook). [source 18]
    #47: New England → Arizona (D). New England traded this selection it acquired from Tennessee to Arizona for a second-round selection (58th overall; traded to Houston, who selected Ben Tate) and a third-round selection (89th overall; traded to Carolina, who selected Armanti Edwards). [source 19]
  9. #50: Atlanta → Kansas City (PD). Atlanta traded this selection to Kansas City for tight end Tony Gonzalez. [source 20]
  10. #51: Houston → Minnesota (D). Houston traded this selection to Minnesota for a second-round selection (62nd overall; traded to New England, who selected Brandon Spikes) and a third-round selection (93rd overall; traded to Kansas City, who selected Tony Moeaki). [source 21]
  11. #55: Philadelphia → Dallas (D). Philadelphia traded this selection to Dallas for a second-round selection (59th overall; traded to Cleveland, who selected Montario Hardesty) and fourth-round selection (125th overall; Philadelphia selected Clay Harbor). [source 22]
  12. #58: multiple trades:
    #58: Arizona → New England (D).See #47: New England → Arizona above.
    #58: New England → Houston (D). New England traded this selection it acquired from Arizona to Houston for a second-round selection (62nd overall; New England selected Brandon Spikes) and a fifth-round selection (150th overall; New England selected Zoltan Mesko). [source 23]
  13. #59: multiple trades:
    #59: Dallas → Philadelphia (D).See #59: Dallas → Philadelphia above.
    #59: Philadelphia → Cleveland (D). Philadelphia traded this selection it acquired from Dallas to Cleveland for a third-round selection (71st overall; traded to Green Bay, who selected Morgan Burnett), a fifth-round selection it acquired from Tampa Bay (134th overall; Philadelphia selected Ricky Sapp), and a fifth-round selection it acquired from Detroit (146th overall; traded to San Diego, who selected Cam Thomas). [source 24]
  14. #60: San Diego → Seattle (PD).See #40: Seattle → San Diego above.
  15. #62: multiple trades:
    #62: Minnesota → Houston (D).See #51: Houston → Minnesota above.
    #62: Houston → New England (D).See #58: New England → Houston above.

Round three

  1. #70: multiple trades:
    #70: Seattle → Philadelphia (PD). Seattle traded this selection and a 2009 fifth- (137th overall; after other trades, Baltimore selected Jason Phillips) and seventh-round selections (213th overall; Philadelphia selected Paul Fanaika) to Philadelphia for a 2009 third-round selection (91st overall; Seattle selected Deon Butler) [source 25]
    #70: Philadelphia → Denver (D).See #13: Denver → Philadelphia above.
    #70: Denver → Baltimore (D).See #25: Baltimore → Denver above.
  2. #71: multiple trades:
    #71: Cleveland → Philadelphia (D).See #59: Philadelphia → Cleveland above.
    #71: Philadelphia → Green Bay (D). Philadelphia traded this selection it acquired from Cleveland to Green Bay for a third-round selection (86th overall; Philadelphia selected Daniel Te'o-Nesheim) and a fourth-round selection (122nd overall; Philadelphia selected Mike Kafka). [source 26]
  3. #79: San Francisco → San Diego (D). San Francisco traded this selection to San Diego for a third-round selection (91st overall; San Francisco selected NaVorro Bowman), a sixth-round selection it acquired from Miami (173rd overall; San Francisco selected Anthony Dixon), and a fourth-round selection. [source 27]
  4. #85: multiple trades:
    #85: New England → Oakland (PD). New England traded this selection and a fifth-round selection (158th overall; after all trades, New Orleans selected Matt Tennant) to Oakland for defensive end Derrick Burgess. (Had the Patriots not acquired a fifth-round selection before the draft, they would have owed Oakland their fourth-round selection.): [source 28]
    #85: Oakland → Cleveland (PD). Oakland traded this selection it acquired from New England to Cleveland for defensive end Kamerion Wimbley. [source 29]
  5. #86: Green Bay → Philadelphia (D).See #71: Philadelphia → Green Bay above.
  6. #87: Philadelphia → Denver (D).See #13: Denver → Philadelphia above.
  7. #88: Baltimore → Arizona (PD). Baltimore traded this selection and a fourth-round selection (123rd overall; traded to New Orleans, who selected Al Woods) to Arizona for wide receiver Anquan Boldin and a fifth-round selection (157th overall; Baltimore selected Arthur Jones). [source 30]
  8. #89: multiple trades:
    #89: Arizona → New England (D).See #47: New England → Arizona above.
    #89: New England → Carolina (D). New England traded this selection to Carolina for a 2011 second-round selection. [source 31]
  9. #90: Dallas → New England (D).See #24: New England → Dallas above.
  10. #91: San Diego → San Francisco (D).See #79: San Francisco → San Diego above.
  11. #92: New York Jets → Cleveland (PD). The New York Jets traded this selection, a fifth-round selection (160th overall; Cleveland selected Larry Asante), linebacker Jason Trusnik, and wide receiver Chansi Stuckey to Cleveland for wide receiver Braylon Edwards. [source 32]
  12. #93: multiple trades:
    #93: Minnesota → Houston (D).See #51: Houston → Minnesota above.
    #93: Houston → Kansas City (D). Houston traded this selection it acquired from Minnesota to Kansas City for a fourth-round selection (102nd overall; Houston selected Darryl Sharpton) and a fifth-round selection Kansas City had acquired from Carolina (144th overall; Houston selected Sherrick McManis). [source 33]

Round four

  1. #100: Detroit → Minnesota (D).See #30: Minnesota → Detroit above.
  2. #102: Kansas City → Houston (D).See #93: Houston → Kansas City above.
  3. #104: Seattle → Tennessee (D). Seattle traded this selection and a sixth-round selection (176th overall; Tennessee selected Rusty Smith) to Tennessee for running back LenDale White, defensive tackle Kevin Vickerson, a fourth-round selection (111th overall; Seattle selected Walter Thurmond), and a sixth-round selection (185th overall; Seattle selected Anthony McCoy). [source 34]
  4. #105: Cleveland → Philadelphia (PD). Cleveland traded this selection, a fifth-round selection (137th overall; traded to Denver who selected Perrish Cox), and linebacker Alex Hall to Philadelphia for cornerback Sheldon Brown and linebacker Chris Gocong. [source 35]
  5. #108: Jacksonville → Oakland (D). Jacksonville traded this selection to Oakland for linebacker Kirk Morrison and a fifth-round selection it acquired from Tampa Bay (153rd overall; Jacksonville selected Austen Lane). [source 36]
  6. #110: Miami → San Diego (D).See #12: Miami → San Diego above.
  7. #111: Tennessee → Seattle (D).See #104: Seattle → Tennessee above.
  8. #112: Carolina → New York Jets (D). Carolina traded this selection to the New York Jets for a fourth-round selection it acquired from Arizona (124th overall; Carolina selected Eric Norwood) and a sixth-round selection (198th overall; Carolina selected David Gettis). [source 37]
  9. #113: multiple trades:
    #113: San Francisco → Denver (D).See #11: Denver → San Francisco above.
    #113: Denver → New England (D).See #22: New England → Denver above.
  10. #114: Denver → Baltimore (D).See #25: Baltimore → Denver above.
  11. #119: multiple trades:
    #119: New England → Dallas (D).See #24: New England → Dallas above.
    #119: Dallas → Miami (D). Dallas traded this selection it acquired from New England to Miami for a fourth-round selection Miami had acquired from San Diego (126th overall; Dallas selected Akwasi Owusu-Ansah) and Miami's sixth-round selection (179th overall; Dallas selected Sam Young). [source 38]
  12. #122: Green Bay → Philadelphia (D).See #71: Philadelphia → Green Bay above.
  13. #123: multiple trades:
    #123: Baltimore → Arizona (PD).See #88: Baltimore → Arizona above.
    #123: Arizona → New Orleans (D). Arizona traded this selection it acquired from Baltimore to New Orleans for a fourth-round selection (130th overall; Arizona selected O'Brien Schofield) and a sixth-round selection (201st overall; Arizona selected Jorrick Calvin). [source 39]
  14. #124: multiple trades:
    #124: Arizona → New York Jets (PD). Arizona traded this selection and a 2011 seventh-round selection to the New York Jets for safety Kerry Rhodes. [source 40]
    #124: New York Jets → Carolina (D).See #112: Carolina → New York Jets above.
  15. #125: Dallas → Philadelphia (D).See #59: Dallas → Philadelphia above.
  16. #126: multiple trades:
    #126: San Diego → Miami (D).See #12: Miami → San Diego above.
    #126: Miami → Dallas (D).See #119: Dallas → Miami above.
  17. #127: multiple trades:
    #127: New York Jets → Philadelphia (PD). The New York Jets traded this selection and a 2009 fifth-round selection (153rd overall; Philadelphia selected Cornelius Ingram) to Philadelphia for cornerback Lito Sheppard and a 2010 fifth-round selection (155th overall; after all trades, Arizona selected John Skelton). This fourth-round selection was conditional and could have been as high as a second-round selection; however, Sheppard was released by the Jets on March 4, 2010 to make the selection in the fourth-round, and as such the Eagles also sent the fifth-round selection to the Jets. [source 41] [source 42]
    #127: Philadelphia → Seattle (PD). Philadelphia traded this selection it acquired from the New York Jets and defensive end Chris Clemons to Seattle for defensive end Darryl Tapp. [source 43]
  18. #128: Minnesota → Detroit (D).See #30: Minnesota → Detroit above.
  19. #130: New Orleans → Arizona (D).See #123: Arizona → New Orleans above.

Round five

  1. #133: Detroit → Seattle (PD). Detroit traded this selection and defensive end Robert Henderson to Seattle for guard Rob Sims and a seventh-round selection (213th overall; Detroit selected Willie Young). [source 44]
  2. #134: multiple trades:
    #134: Tampa Bay → Cleveland (PD). Tampa Bay traded this selection and a 2009 second-round selection (50th overall; Cleveland selected Mohamed Massaquoi) to Cleveland for tight end Kellen Winslow II. [source 45]
    #134: Cleveland → Philadelphia (D).See #59: Philadelphia → Cleveland above.
  3. #135: multiple trades:
    #135: Washington → St. Louis (PD). Washington traded this selection and a seventh-round selection (211th overall; St. Louis selected Marquis Johnson) to St. Louis for defensive lineman Adam Carriker, a fifth-round selection acquired from Philadelphia (163rd overall; traded to Miami, who selected Reshad Jones), and a seventh-round selection (208th overall; traded to New England, who selected Thomas Welch). [source 46]
    #135: St. Louis → Atlanta (D). St. Louis traded this selection it acquired from Washington to Atlanta for a fifth-round selection (149th overall; St. Louis drafted Hall Davis) and a sixth-round selection (189th overall; St. Louis selected Eugene Sims). [source 47]
  4. #137: multiple trades:
    #137: Cleveland → Philadelphia (PD).See #105: Cleveland → Philadelphia above.
    #137: Philadelphia → Denver (PD). Philadelphia traded this selection it acquired from Cleveland to Denver in a three-way trade; Philadelphia acquired linebacker Ernie Sims from Detroit, while Detroit acquired tight end Tony Scheffler and a seventh-round selection (220th overall; traded to Philadelphia, who selected Jamar Chaney) from Denver. [source 48]
  5. #139: Seattle → New York Jets (D). Seattle traded this selection to the New York Jets for running back Leon Washington and a seventh-round selection (236th overall; Seattle selected Dexter Davis). [source 49]
  6. #142: Miami → Kansas City (PD). Miami traded this selection to Kansas City for quarterback Tyler Thigpen. [source 50]
  7. #144: multiple trades:
    #144: Carolina → Kansas City (PD). Carolina traded this selection to Kansas City for defensive end Tank Tyler. [source 51]
    #144: Kansas City → Houston (D).See #93: Houston → Kansas City above.
  8. #145: San Francisco → Miami (PD). San Francisco traded this selection to Miami for wide receiver Ted Ginn Jr. [source 52]
  9. #146: multiple trades:
    #146: Denver → Detroit (PD). Denver traded this selection and a 2009 seventh-round selection (235th overall; Detroit selected Zack Follett) to Detroit for a 2009 sixth-round selection (174th overall; Denver selected Tom Brandstater). [source 53]
    #146: Detroit → Cleveland (PD). Detroit traded this selection it acquired from Denver to Cleveland for defensive lineman Corey Williams and a seventh-round selection (214th overall; traded to Minnesota, who selected Mickey Shuler Jr.). [source 54]
    #146: Cleveland → Philadelphia (D).See #59: Philadelphia → Cleveland above.
    #146: Philadelphia → San Diego (D). Philadelphia traded this selection it acquired from Cleveland to San Diego for a fifth-round selection (159th overall; Philadelphia selected Riley Cooper) and a 2011 fifth-round selection. [source 55]
  10. #149: Atlanta → St. Louis (D).See #135: St. Louis → Atlanta above.
  11. #150: Houston → New England (D).See #58: New England → Houston above.
  12. #153: multiple trades:
    #153: New England → Tampa Bay (PD). New England traded this selection to Tampa Bay for tight end Alex Smith. [source 56]
    #153: Tampa Bay → Oakland (D).See #39: Oakland → Tampa Bay above.
    #153: Oakland → Jacksonville (D).See #108: Jacksonville → Oakland above.
  13. #155: multiple trades:
    #155: Philadelphia → New York Jets (PD).See #127: New York Jets → Philadelphia above.
    #155: New York Jets → Pittsburgh (PD). The New York Jets traded this selection it acquired from Philadelphia to Pittsburgh for wide receiver Santonio Holmes. [source 57]
    #155: Pittsburgh → Arizona (D). Pittsburgh traded this selection it acquired from the New York Jets to Arizona for cornerback Bryant McFadden and a sixth-round selection (195th overall; Pittsburgh selected Antonio Brown). [source 58]
  14. #157: Arizona → Baltimore (PD).See #88: Baltimore → Arizona above.
  15. #158: multiple trades:
    #158: Dallas → Denver (PD). Dallas traded this selection to Denver for guard Montrae Holland. [source 59]
    #158: Denver → New England (PD). Denver traded this selection it acquired from Dallas to New England for defensive lineman Le Kevin Smith and a seventh-round selection New England had acquired from Philadelphia (231st overall; after all trades, Washington selected Selvish Capers). [source 60]
    #158: New England → Oakland (PD).See #85: Oakland → New England above.
    #158: Oakland → Jacksonville (PD). Oakland traded this selection to Jacksonville for linebacker Quentin Groves. [source 61]
    #158: Jacksonville → New Orleans (D). Jacksonville traded this selection it acquired from Oakland to New Orleans for a 2011 fourth-round selection. [source 62]
  16. #159: San Diego → Philadelphia (D).See #146: Philadelphia → San Diego above.
  17. #160: New York Jets → Cleveland (PD).See #92: New York Jets → Cleveland above.
  18. #163: multiple trades:
    #163: New Orleans → Philadelphia (PD). New Orleans traded this selection and a 2009 seventh-round selection (222nd overall, later traded to Indianapolis, who selected Pat McAfee) to Philadelphia for a 2009 fifth-round selection (164th overall; New Orleans selected Thomas Morstead). [source 63]
    #163: Philadelphia → St. Louis (PD). Philadelphia traded this selection it acquired from New Orleans and wide receiver Brandon Gibson to St. Louis for linebacker Will Witherspoon. [source 64]
    #163: St. Louis → Washington (PD).See #135: Washington → St. Louis above.
    #163: Washington → Miami (D). Washington traded this selection it acquired from St. Louis to Miami for a sixth-round selection Miami had acquired from Washington (174th overall; Washington selected Dennis Morris) and a seventh-round selection (219th overall; Washington selected Terrence Austin). [source 65]

Round six

  1. #171: Detroit → Atlanta (PD). Detroit traded this selection and a conditional 2011 seventh-round selection to Atlanta for cornerback Chris Houston. [source 66]
  2. #173: multiple trades:
    #173: Kansas City → Miami (PD). Kansas City traded this selection to Miami for offensive linemen Andy Alleman and Ikechuku Ndukwe. [source 67]
    #173: Miami → San Diego (D).See #12: Miami → San Diego above.
    #173: San Diego → San Francisco (D).See #79: San Francisco → San Diego above.
  3. #174: multiple trades:
    #174: Washington → Miami (PD). Washington traded this selection and a 2009 second-round selection (44th overall; Miami selected Pat White) to Miami for defensive end Jason Taylor. [source 68]
    #174: Miami → Washington (D).See #163: Washington → Miami above.
  4. #175: Oakland → Carolina (PD). Oakland traded this selection and a 2009 seventh-round selection (216th overall; Carolina selected Captain Munnerlyn) to Carolina for a 2009 sixth-round selection (202nd overall; Oakland selected Brandon Myers). [source 69]
  5. #176: Seattle → Tennessee (D).See #104: Seattle → Tennessee above.
  6. #179: Miami → Dallas (D).See #119: Dallas → Miami above.
  7. #185: Tennessee → Seattle (D).See #104: Seattle → Tennessee above.
  8. #186: Carolina → Cleveland (PD). Carolina traded this selection to Cleveland for defensive lineman Louis Leonard. [source 70]
  9. #189: Atlanta → St. Louis (D).See #135: St. Louis → Atlanta above.
  10. #190: New England → Oakland (D).See #42: Oakland → New England above.
  11. #192: Philadelphia → Buffalo (PD). Philadelphia traded this selection, a 2009 first-round selection it acquired from Carolina (28th overall; Buffalo selected Eric Wood), and a 2009 fourth-round selection (121st overall; Buffalo selected Shawn Nelson) to Buffalo for Jason Peters. [source 71]
  12. #195: Arizona → Pittsburgh (D).See #155: Pittsburgh → Arizona above.
  13. #197: San Diego → Houston (PD). San Diego traded this selection to Houston for defensive lineman Travis Johnson. [source 72]
  14. #198: New York Jets → Carolina (D).See #112: Carolina → New York Jets above.
  15. #200: Indianapolis → Philadelphia (PD). Indianapolis traded this selection to Philadelphia for a 2009 seventh-round selection (222nd overall; Indianapolis selected Pat McAfee). [source 73]
  16. #201: New Orleans → Arizona (D).See #123: Arizona → New Orleans above.

Round seven

  1. #208: multiple trades:
    #208: St. Louis → Washington (PD).See #135: Washington → St. Louis above.
    #208: Washington → New England (D). Washington traded this selection it acquired from St. Louis to New England for a seventh-round selection (229th overall; Washington selected Erik Cook) and a seventh-round selection it acquired from Denver (231st overall; Washington selected Selvish Capers). [source 74]
  2. #209: Detroit → Buffalo (PD). Detroit traded this selection to Buffalo for safety Ko Simpson. [source 75]
  3. #211: Washington → St. Louis (PD).See #135: Washington → St. Louis above.
  4. #212: Kansas City → Miami (PD). Kansas City traded this selection to Miami for a 2009 seventh-round selection (237th overall; Kansas City selected Jake O'Connell). [source 76]
  5. #213: Seattle → Detroit (PD).See #133: Detroit → Seattle above.
  6. #214: multiple trades:
    #214: Cleveland → Detroit (PD).See #146: Detroit → Cleveland above.
    #214: Detroit → Minnesota (D).See #30: Minnesota → Detroit above.
  7. #217: Jacksonville → Tampa Bay (PD). Jacksonville traded this selection to Tampa Bay for quarterback Luke McCown. [source 77]
  8. #219: Miami → Washington (D).See #163: Washington → Miami above.
  9. #220: multiple trades:
    #220: Denver → Detroit (PD).See #137: Philadelphia → Denver above.
    #220: Detroit → Philadelphia (D). Detroit traded this selection it acquired from Denver to Philadelphia for a 2011 sixth-round selection. [source 78]
  10. #225: multiple trades:
    #225: Pittsburgh → Tampa Bay (PD). Pittsburgh traded this selection to Tampa Bay for quarterback Byron Leftwich. [source 79]
    #225: Tampa Bay → Denver (D). Tampa Bay traded this selection it acquired from Pittsburgh and a seventh-round selection it acquired from Baltimore (232nd overall; Denver selected Jammie Kirlew) to Denver for a 2011 fifth-round selection. [source 80]
  11. #226: Atlanta → St. Louis (PD). Atlanta traded this selection to St. Louis for cornerback Tye Hill. [source 81]
  12. #229: New England → Washington (D).See #208: Washington → New England above.
  13. #230: multiple trades:
    #230: Green Bay → New York Jets (PD). Green Bay traded this selection and quarterback Brett Favre to the New York Jets for a 2009 third-round selection (73rd overall; after all trades Jacksonville selected Derek Cox). [source 82]
    #230: New York Jets → Green Bay (PD). The New York Jets returned this selection it acquired from Green Bay back to Green Bay in a mutual agreement. [source 83]
  14. #231: multiple trades:
    #231: Philadelphia → New England (PD). Philadelphia traded this selection and wide receiver Greg Lewis to New England for a 2009 fifth-round selection (159th overall; Philadelphia selected Fenuki Tupou). [source 84]
    #231: New England → Denver (PD).See #158: Denver → New England above.
    #231: Denver → New England (PD). Denver traded this selection it acquired from New England back to New England for offensive lineman Russ Hochstein. [source 85]
    #231: New England → Washington (D).See #208: Washington → New England above.
  15. #232: multiple trades:
    #232: Baltimore → Tampa Bay (PD). Baltimore traded this selection and a 2009 seventh-round selection (233rd overall; Tampa Bay selected Sammie Stroughter) to Tampa Bay for defensive lineman Marques Douglas. [source 86]
    #232: Tampa Bay → Denver (D).See #225: Tampa Bay → Denver above.
  16. #236: New York Jets → Seattle (D).See #139: Seattle → New York Jets above.

Supplemental draft selections

Two players were selected in the 2010 Supplemental Draft.

Rnd.Pick No.NFL teamPlayerPos.CollegeConf.Notes
7 Chicago Bears Harvey Unga   RB BYU MWC The Bears thus forfeited their seventh-round selection in the 2011 draft. [18]
7 Dallas Cowboys Josh Brent   DT Illinois Big Ten The Cowboys forfeited their seventh-round selection in the 2011 draft.

Notable undrafted players

Original NFL teamPlayerPos.CollegeConf.Notes
Arizona Cardinals Max Hall   QB BYU MWC
Atlanta Falcons Rafael Bush   S South Carolina State MEAC
Atlanta Falcons Justin Drescher   LS Colorado Big 12
Baltimore Ravens Morgan Cox   LS Tennessee SEC
Buffalo Bills Joique Bell   RB Wayne State GLIAC
Buffalo Bills Donald Jones   WR Youngstown State MVFC
Buffalo Bills David Nelson   WR Florida SEC
Cincinnati Bengals James Develin   FB Brown Ivy
Cincinnati Bengals Vincent Rey   LB Duke ACC
Cleveland Browns Martin Tevaseu   NT UNLV MWC
Dallas Cowboys Barry Church   S Toledo MAC
Dallas Cowboys Phil Costa   C Maryland ACC
Dallas Cowboys Danny McCray   S LSU SEC
Dallas Cowboys Andrew Sendejo   S Rice C-USA
Green Bay Packers Anthony Levine   S Tennessee State OVC
Green Bay Packers Sam Shields   CB Miami (FL) ACC
Green Bay Packers Frank Zombo   LB Central Michigan MAC
Houston Texans Mitch Unrein   DT Wyoming MWC
Kansas City Chiefs Justin Cole   DE San Jose State WAC
Minnesota Vikings Marcus Sherels   KR Minnesota Big Ten
New England Patriots Dane Fletcher   LB Montana State Big Sky
New Orleans Saints Junior Galette   LB Stillman SIAC
New Orleans Saints Clint Gresham   LS Texas Christian MWC
New Orleans Saints Chris Ivory   RB Tiffin GLIAC
New York Giants Jake Ballard   TE Ohio State Big Ten
New York Giants Victor Cruz   WR UMass CAA
New York Jets Jeff Cumberland   TE Illinois Big Ten
Philadelphia Eagles Austin Howard   T Northern Iowa MVFC
Philadelphia Eagles Alejandro Villanueva   OT Army Ind. (FBS)
San Diego Chargers Carl Ihenacho   LB San Jose State WAC
San Diego Chargers Bryan Walters   WR Cornell Ivy
San Francisco 49ers Tramaine Brock   CB Belhaven Mid-South
San Francisco 49ers Chris Maragos   S Wisconsin Big Ten
Seattle Seahawks Lemuel Jeanpierre   C South Carolina SEC
St. Louis Rams Thad Lewis   QB Duke ACC
St. Louis Rams Darian Stewart   S South Carolina SEC
Tampa Bay Buccaneers George Johnson   DE Rutgers Big East
Tennessee Titans LeGarrette Blount   RB Oregon Pac-10
Washington Redskins Logan Paulsen   TE UCLA Pac-10

Selections by college conference

Selection totals by college conference: [19]

RankConferencePlayers
selected
Division
1 Southeastern Conference 49 I FBS
2 Big Ten Conference 34I FBS
3 Atlantic Coast Conference 31I FBS
4 Big 12 Conference 30I FBS
5 Pac-10 Conference 28I FBS
6 Big East Conference 18I FBS
7 Mountain West Conference 13I FBS
8 Conference USA 7I FBS
8 Sun Belt Conference 7I FBS
10 Mid-American Conference 5I FBS
10 Western Athletic Conference 5I FBS
10 Colonial Athletic Association 5 I FCS
13 Independent 4I FBS
14 Big Sky Conference 3I FCS
14 Missouri Valley Conference 3I FCS
16 Ohio Valley Conference 2I FCS
16 Southern Conference 2I FCS
16 Lone Star Conference 2 II
19 Ivy League 1I FCS
19 Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference 1I FCS
19 Patriot League 1I FCS
19 Southland Conference 1I FCS
19 Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference 1II
19 Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference 1II
19 Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference 1II

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The 2011 NFL Draft was the 76th installment of the annual NFL Draft, where the franchises of the National Football League select newly eligible football players. Like the 2010 draft, the 2011 draft was held at Radio City Music Hall in New York City, New York, over three days: this year, the first round took place on Thursday, April 28, 2011; the second and third rounds took place on Friday, April 29; with the final four rounds on Saturday, April 30, 2011. The Carolina Panthers, who had the worst record for the 2010 NFL season at 2–14, had the right to the first selection in the draft, where they selected Auburn University quarterback Cam Newton, who was the 2010 Heisman Trophy winner.

2012 NFL Draft 77th annual meeting of National Football League franchises to select newly eligible players

The 2012 NFL draft was the 77th annual meeting of National Football League (NFL) franchises to select newly eligible football players. The draft, which is officially called the "NFL Player Selection Meeting", was held at Radio City Music Hall in New York City from April 26–28. The Indianapolis Colts, who compiled the league's worst record in the 2011 season with a 2–14 record, had the right to the first selection.

2013 NFL Draft 78th annual meeting of National Football League franchises to select newly eligible players

The 2013 NFL Draft was the 78th annual meeting of National Football League (NFL) franchises to select newly eligible football players. The draft, which is officially called the "NFL Player Selection Meeting", was held at Radio City Music Hall in New York City, New York, on April 25 through April 27.

2015 NFL Draft 80th annual meeting of National Football League franchises to select newly eligible players

The 2015 NFL Draft was the 80th annual meeting of National Football League (NFL) franchises to select newly eligible football players. It took place in Chicago at the Auditorium Theatre and in Grant Park, from April 30 to May 2. The previous fifty NFL drafts had been held in New York City. The 2015 NFL draft was the first to feature an outdoor component, where fans would be able to see the Commissioner on the Auditorium Theatre stage from across the street in the park; this area was called Draft Town. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers held the right to select first because they had the league's worst record in the previous season. The Arizona Cardinals made the final pick in the draft, commonly called Mr. Irrelevant.

2016 NFL Draft 81st annual meeting of National Football League franchises to select newly eligible players

The 2016 NFL Draft was the 81st annual meeting of National Football League (NFL) franchises to select newly eligible American football players. As in 2015, the draft took place at the Auditorium Theatre and Grant Park in Chicago. The draft began on Thursday, April 28 with the first round, and ended on Saturday, April 30. The Tennessee Titans, the team with the fewest wins in the NFL for the 2015 season, traded the right to the top pick in the draft to the Los Angeles Rams, the first time the top pick was traded before the draft since 2001 when the San Diego Chargers traded their first pick to the Atlanta Falcons. Ohio State became the second school to have three players drafted in the top ten and to have five players drafted in the first round.

2017 NFL Draft 82nd annual meeting of National Football League franchises to select newly eligible players

The 2017 NFL Draft was the 82nd annual meeting of National Football League (NFL) franchises to select newly eligible American football players. It was held in front of the Philadelphia Museum of Art on April 27–29, returning to Philadelphia for the first time since 1961.

2018 NFL Draft 83rd annual meeting of National Football League franchises to select newly eligible players

The 2018 NFL Draft was the 83rd annual meeting of National Football League (NFL) franchises to select newly eligible players for the 2018 NFL season. The draft was held on April 26–28 at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas; it was the first draft to take place in an NFL stadium and the first to be held in Texas. In order to be eligible to enter the draft, players must be at least three years removed from high school. The deadline for underclassmen to declare for the draft was January 15, 2018.

2019 NFL Draft 84th annual meeting of National Football League franchises to select newly eligible players

The 2019 NFL Draft was the 84th annual meeting of National Football League (NFL) franchises to select newly eligible players for the 2019 NFL season. The draft was held on April 25–27 in Nashville, Tennessee. The first round was held on April 25, followed by the second and third rounds on April 26, and concluded with rounds 4–7 on April 27. The draft featured a record-high 40 trades, surpassing the 37 that were made in 2017.

2021 NFL Draft 86th NFL draft meeting

The 2021 NFL Draft was the 86th National Football League Draft, the annual meeting of National Football League (NFL) franchises to select newly eligible players for the 2021 NFL season. The draft was held in Cleveland, Ohio, from April 29 to May 1, 2021.

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