2016 NFL Draft

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2016 NFL Draft
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General information
Date(s)April 28–30, 2016
Location Auditorium Theatre
in Chicago, Illinois
Network(s) ESPN, ESPN2, NFL Network
Overview
253 total selections in 7 rounds
League NFL
First selection Jared Goff, QB
Los Angeles Rams
Mr. Irrelevant Kalan Reed, CB
Tennessee Titans
Most selections (14) Cleveland Browns
Fewest selections (5) New Orleans Saints
Carolina Panthers
  2015
2017  
"Selection Square" at Grant Park's Buckingham Fountain. NFL Draft Chicago 2016 06.JPG
"Selection Square" at Grant Park's Buckingham Fountain.

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. [1] 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.

Contents

Early entrants

Ninety-six underclassmen announced their intention to enter the 2016 NFL Draft as underclassmen, which primarily include juniors and redshirt sophomores who are forgoing future years of college eligibility. [2] In order to be eligible to enter the draft, players must be at least 3 years removed from high school. The deadline for underclassmen to declare for the draft was January 18, 2016.

Overview

The following is the breakdown of the 253 players selected by position:

Player selections

*= compensatory selection
= Pro Bowler [N 1]
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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Quarterbacks Jared Goff and Carson Wentz, taken as the top two picks in the draft, have both made the Pro Bowl and helped their teams to Super Bowl appearances.
First-round running back Ezekiel Elliott, taken 4th overall by Dallas, is a three-time Pro-Bowler and led the league in rushing twice. Ezekiel Elliott 2017.jpg
First-round running back Ezekiel Elliott, taken 4th overall by Dallas, is a three-time Pro-Bowler and led the league in rushing twice.
Second round pick Derrick Henry, taken 45th overall by Tennessee, has broken multiple rushing records and joined the 2,000 rushing yards club. Derrick Henry 2019 10-13.jpg
Second round pick Derrick Henry, taken 45th overall by Tennessee, has broken multiple rushing records and joined the 2,000 rushing yards club.
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Notable defensive linemen include Joey Bosa, and DeForest Buckner.
Despite being a fifth-round pick, receiver Tyreek Hill has been a perennial Pro-Bowler for Kansas City Tyreek Hill 2019.png
Despite being a fifth-round pick, receiver Tyreek Hill has been a perennial Pro-Bowler for Kansas City
Rnd.Pick No.NFL teamPlayerPos.CollegeConf.Notes
1 1 Los Angeles Rams Jared Goff   QB California Pac-12 from Tennessee   [R1 - 1]
12 Philadelphia Eagles Carson Wentz   QB North Dakota State MVFC from Cleveland   [R1 - 2]
13 San Diego Chargers Joey Bosa   DE Ohio State Big Ten
14 Dallas Cowboys Ezekiel Elliott   RB Ohio State Big Ten
15 Jacksonville Jaguars Jalen Ramsey   CB Florida State ACC
16 Baltimore Ravens Ronnie Stanley   OT Notre Dame Ind. (FBS)
17 San Francisco 49ers DeForest Buckner   DE Oregon Pac-12
18 Tennessee Titans Jack Conklin   OT Michigan State Big Ten from Miami via Philadelphia and Cleveland   [R1 - 3]
19 Chicago Bears Leonard Floyd   LB Georgia SEC from Tampa Bay   [R1 - 4]
110 New York Giants Eli Apple   CB Ohio State Big Ten
111 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Vernon Hargreaves   CB Florida SEC from Chicago   [R1 - 5]
112 New Orleans Saints Sheldon Rankins   DT Louisville ACC
113 Miami Dolphins Laremy Tunsil   OT Ole Miss SEC from Philadelphia   [R1 - 6]
114 Oakland Raiders Karl Joseph   S West Virginia Big 12
115 Cleveland Browns Corey Coleman   WR Baylor Big 12 from Los Angeles via Tennessee   [R1 - 7]
116 Detroit Lions Taylor Decker   OT Ohio State Big Ten
117 Atlanta Falcons Keanu Neal   S Florida SEC
118 Indianapolis Colts Ryan Kelly   C Alabama SEC
119 Buffalo Bills Shaq Lawson   DE Clemson ACC
120 New York Jets Darron Lee   LB Ohio State Big Ten
121 Houston Texans Will Fuller   WR Notre Dame Ind. (FBS) from Washington   [R1 - 8]
122 Washington Redskins Josh Doctson   WR TCU Big 12 from Houston   [R1 - 9]
123 Minnesota Vikings Laquon Treadwell   WR Ole Miss SEC
124 Cincinnati Bengals William Jackson III   CB Houston The American
125 Pittsburgh Steelers Artie Burns   CB Miami (FL) ACC
126 Denver Broncos Paxton Lynch   QB Memphis The American from Seattle   [R1 - 10]
127 Green Bay Packers Kenny Clark   DT UCLA Pac-12
128 San Francisco 49ers Joshua Garnett   OG Stanford Pac-12 from Kansas City [R1 - 11]
128.5 New England Patriots Selection forfeited [Forfeited 1]
129 Arizona Cardinals Robert Nkemdiche   DT Ole Miss SEC
130 Carolina Panthers Vernon Butler   DT Louisiana Tech C-USA
131 Seattle Seahawks Germain Ifedi   OT Texas A&M SEC from Denver   [R1 - 12]
232 Cleveland Browns Emmanuel Ogbah   DE Oklahoma State Big 12
233 Tennessee Titans Kevin Dodd   LB Clemson ACC
234 Dallas Cowboys Jaylon Smith   LB Notre Dame Ind. (FBS)
235 San Diego Chargers Hunter Henry   TE Arkansas SEC
236 Jacksonville Jaguars Myles Jack   LB UCLA Pac-12 from Baltimore   [R2 - 1]
237 Kansas City Chiefs Chris Jones   DT Mississippi State SEC from San Francisco   [R2 - 2]
238 Miami Dolphins Xavien Howard   CB Baylor Big 12 from Jacksonville via Baltimore   [R2 - 3]
239 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Noah Spence   DE Eastern Kentucky OVC
240 New York Giants Sterling Shepard   WR Oklahoma Big 12
241 Buffalo Bills Reggie Ragland   LB Alabama SEC from Chicago [R2 - 4]
242 Baltimore Ravens Kamalei Correa   LB Boise State MW from Miami [R2 - 5]
243 Tennessee Titans Austin Johnson   DT Penn State Big Ten from Philadelphia via Los Angeles   [R2 - 6]
244 Oakland Raiders Jihad Ward   DE Illinois Big Ten
245 Tennessee Titans Derrick Henry   RB Alabama SEC from Los Angeles   [R2 - 7]
2015 Heisman Trophy winner
246 Detroit Lions A'Shawn Robinson   DT Alabama SEC
247 New Orleans Saints Michael Thomas   WR Ohio State Big Ten
248 Green Bay Packers Jason Spriggs   OT Indiana Big Ten from Indianapolis   [R2 - 8]
249 Seattle Seahawks Jarran Reed   DT Alabama SEC from Buffalo via Chicago   [R2 - 9]
250 Houston Texans Nick Martin   C Notre Dame Ind. (FBS) from Atlanta   [R2 - 10]
251 New York Jets Christian Hackenberg   QB Penn State Big Ten
252 Atlanta Falcons Deion Jones   LB LSU SEC from Houston   [R2 - 11]
253 Washington Redskins Su'a Cravens   LB USC Pac-12
254 Minnesota Vikings Mackensie Alexander   CB Clemson ACC
255 Cincinnati Bengals Tyler Boyd   WR Pittsburgh ACC
256 Chicago Bears Cody Whitehair   OG Kansas State Big 12 from Seattle   [R2 - 12]
257 Indianapolis Colts T. J. Green   CB Clemson ACC from Green Bay [R2 - 13]
258 Pittsburgh Steelers Sean Davis   S Maryland Big Ten
259 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Roberto Aguayo   K Florida State ACC from Kansas City   [R2 - 14]
260 New England Patriots Cyrus Jones   CB Alabama SEC
261 New Orleans Saints Vonn Bell   S Ohio State Big Ten from Arizona via New England   [R2 - 15]
262 Carolina Panthers James Bradberry   CB Samford SoCon
263 Denver Broncos Adam Gotsis   DT Georgia Tech ACC
364 Tennessee Titans Kevin Byard   S Middle Tennessee State C-USA
365 Cleveland Browns Carl Nassib   DE Penn State Big Ten
366 San Diego Chargers Max Tuerk   C USC Pac-12
367 Dallas Cowboys Maliek Collins   DT Nebraska Big Ten
368 San Francisco 49ers Will Redmond   CB Mississippi State SEC
369 Jacksonville Jaguars Yannick Ngakoue   DE Maryland Big Ten
370 Baltimore Ravens Bronson Kaufusi   DE BYU Ind. (FBS)
371 New York Giants Darian Thompson   S Boise State MW
372 Chicago Bears Jonathan Bullard   DT Florida SEC
373 Miami Dolphins Kenyan Drake   RB Alabama SEC
374 Kansas City Chiefs KeiVarae Russell   CB Notre Dame Ind. (FBS) from Tampa Bay   [R3 - 1]
375 Oakland Raiders Shilique Calhoun   DE Michigan State Big Ten
376 Cleveland Browns Shon Coleman   OT Auburn SEC from Los Angeles via Tennessee   [R3 - 2]
377 Carolina Panthers Daryl Worley   CB West Virginia Big 12 from Detroit via Philadelphia and Cleveland   [R3 - 3]
378 New England Patriots Joe Thuney   OG North Carolina State ACC from New Orleans [R3 - 4]
379 Philadelphia Eagles Isaac Seumalo   C Oregon State Pac-12
380 Buffalo Bills Adolphus Washington   DT Ohio State Big Ten
381 Atlanta Falcons Austin Hooper   TE Stanford Pac-12
382 Indianapolis Colts Le'Raven Clark   OT Texas Tech Big 12
383 New York Jets Jordan Jenkins   LB Georgia SEC
384 Washington Redskins Kendall Fuller   CB Virginia Tech ACC
385 Houston Texans Braxton Miller   WR Ohio State Big Ten
386 Miami Dolphins Leonte Carroo   WR Rutgers Big Ten from Minnesota [R3 - 5]
387 Cincinnati Bengals Nick Vigil   LB Utah State MW
388 Green Bay Packers Kyler Fackrell   LB Utah State MW
389 Pittsburgh Steelers Javon Hargrave   DT South Carolina State MEAC
390 Seattle Seahawks C. J. Prosise   RB Notre Dame Ind. (FBS)
390.5 Kansas City Chiefs Selection forfeited. [Forfeited 2]
391 New England Patriots Jacoby Brissett   QB North Carolina State ACC
392 Arizona Cardinals Brandon Williams   CB Texas A&M SEC
393 Cleveland Browns Cody Kessler   QB USC Pac-12 from Carolina [R3 - 6]
394 Seattle Seahawks Nick Vannett   TE Ohio State Big Ten from Denver   [R3 - 7]
3*95 Detroit Lions Graham Glasgow   C Michigan Big Ten
3*96 New England Patriots Vincent Valentine   DT Nebraska Big Ten
3*97 Seattle Seahawks Rees Odhiambo   OT Boise State MW
3*98 Denver Broncos Justin Simmons   S Boston College ACC
499 Cleveland Browns Joe Schobert   LB Wisconsin Big Ten
4100 Oakland Raiders Connor Cook   QB Michigan State Big Ten from Tennessee via Philadelphia and Cleveland   [R4 - 1]
4101 Dallas Cowboys Charles Tapper   DE Oklahoma Big 12
4102 San Diego Chargers Joshua Perry   LB Ohio State Big Ten
4103 Jacksonville Jaguars Sheldon Day   DT Notre Dame Ind. (FBS)
4104 Baltimore Ravens Tavon Young   CB Temple The American
4105 Kansas City Chiefs Parker Ehinger   OG Cincinnati The American from San Francisco   [R4 - 2]
4106 Kansas City Chiefs Eric Murray   CB Minnesota Big Ten from Chicago via Tampa Bay   [R4 - 3]
4107 Baltimore Ravens Chris Moore   WR Cincinnati The American from Miami [R4 - 4]
4108 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Ryan Smith   CB North Carolina Central MEAC
4109 New York Giants B. J. Goodson   LB Clemson ACC
4110 Los Angeles Rams Tyler Higbee   TE Western Kentucky C-USA
4111 Detroit Lions Miles Killebrew   S Southern Utah Big Sky
4112 New England Patriots Malcolm Mitchell   WR Georgia SEC from New Orleans [R4 - 5]
4113 Chicago Bears Nick Kwiatkoski   LB West Virginia Big 12 from Philadelphia via Tennessee and Los Angeles   [R4 - 6]
4114 Cleveland Browns Ricardo Louis   WR Auburn SEC from Oakland [R4 - 7]
4115 Atlanta Falcons De'Vondre Campbell   LB Minnesota Big Ten
4116 Indianapolis Colts Hassan Ridgeway   DT Texas Big 12
4117 Los Angeles Rams Pharoh Cooper   KR South Carolina SEC from Buffalo via Chicago [R4 - 8]
4118 New York Jets Juston Burris   CB North Carolina State ACC
4119 Houston Texans Tyler Ervin   RB San Jose State MW
4120 New Orleans Saints David Onyemata   DT Manitoba CWUAA from Washington [R4 - 9]
4121 Minnesota Vikings Willie Beavers   OG Western Michigan MAC
4122 Cincinnati Bengals Andrew Billings   DT Baylor Big 12
4123 Pittsburgh Steelers Jerald Hawkins   OT LSU SEC
4124 Chicago Bears Deon Bush   S Miami (FL) ACC from Seattle   [R4 - 10]
4125 Indianapolis Colts Antonio Morrison   LB Florida SEC from Green Bay [R4 - 11]
4126 Kansas City Chiefs Demarcus Robinson   WR Florida SEC
4127 Chicago Bears Deiondre' Hall   S Northern Iowa MVFC from New England   [R4 - 12]
4128 Arizona Cardinals Evan Boehm   C Missouri SEC
4129 Cleveland Browns Derrick Kindred   S TCU Big 12 from Carolina [R4 - 13]
4130 Baltimore Ravens Alex Lewis   OT Nebraska Big Ten from Denver   [R4 - 14]
4*131 Green Bay Packers Blake Martinez   LB Stanford Pac-12
4*132 Baltimore Ravens Willie Henry   DT Michigan Big Ten
4*133 San Francisco 49ers Rashard Robinson   CB LSU SEC
4*134 Baltimore Ravens Kenneth Dixon   RB Louisiana Tech C-USA
4*135 Dallas Cowboys Dak Prescott   QB Mississippi State SEC NFL Offensive Rookie of the year
4*136 Denver Broncos Devontae Booker   RB Utah Pac-12
4*137 Green Bay Packers Dean Lowry   DE Northwestern Big Ten
4*138 Cleveland Browns Seth DeValve   TE Princeton Ivy
4*139 Buffalo Bills Cardale Jones   QB Ohio State Big Ten Extra compensatory pick authorized by NFLMC and NFLPA [3] [4]
5140 Tennessee Titans Tajae Sharpe   WR UMass MAC
5141 Carolina Panthers Zack Sanchez   CB Oklahoma Big 12 from Cleveland [R5 - 1]
5142 San Francisco 49ers Ronald Blair   DE Appalachian State Sun Belt from San Diego   [R5 - 2]
5143 Oakland Raiders DeAndré Washington   RB Texas Tech Big 12 from Dallas   [R5 - 3]
5144 Denver Broncos Connor McGovern   OG Missouri SEC from Baltimore   [R5 - 4]
5145 San Francisco 49ers John Theus   OT Georgia SEC
5146 Baltimore Ravens Matt Judon   DE Grand Valley State GLIAC from Jacksonville [R5 - 5]
5147 Seattle Seahawks Quinton Jefferson   DT Maryland Big Ten from Miami via New England [R5 - 6]
5148 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Caleb Benenoch   OT UCLA Pac-12
5149 New York Giants Paul Perkins   RB UCLA Pac-12
5150 Chicago Bears Jordan Howard   RB Indiana Big Ten
5151 Detroit Lions Joe Dahl   OG Washington State Pac-12
5152 Washington Redskins Matt Ioannidis   DT Temple The American from New Orleans [R5 - 7]
5153 Philadelphia Eagles Wendell Smallwood   RB West Virginia Big 12
5154 Cleveland Browns Jordan Payton   WR UCLA Pac-12 from Oakland [R5 - 8]
5154.5 Los Angeles Rams Selection forfeited during the 2015 Supplemental draft. [Forfeited 3]
5155 Indianapolis Colts Joe Haeg   OT North Dakota State MVFC
5156 Buffalo Bills Jonathan Williams   RB Arkansas SEC
5156.5 Atlanta Falcons Selection forfeited . [Forfeited 4]
5157 Tennessee Titans LeShaun Sims   CB Southern Utah Big Sky from NY Jets via Denver   [R5 - 9]
5158 New York Jets Brandon Shell   OT South Carolina SEC from Washington [R5 - 10]
5159 Houston Texans K. J. Dillon   S West Virginia Big 12
5160 Minnesota Vikings Kentrell Brothers   LB Missouri SEC
5161 Cincinnati Bengals Christian Westerman   OG Arizona State Pac-12
5162 Kansas City Chiefs Kevin Hogan   QB Stanford Pac-12 from Seattle   [R5 - 11]
5163 Green Bay Packers Trevor Davis   WR California Pac-12
5164 Philadelphia Eagles Halapoulivaati Vaitai   OT TCU Big 12 from Pittsburgh   [R5 - 12]
5165 Kansas City Chiefs Tyreek Hill   WR West Alabama Gulf South
5166 Houston Texans D. J. Reader   DT Clemson ACC from New England   [R5 - 13]
5167 Arizona Cardinals Marqui Christian   S Midwestern State LSC
5168 Cleveland Browns Spencer Drango   OT Baylor Big 12 from Carolina [R5 - 14]
5169 Detroit Lions Antwione Williams   LB Georgia Southern Sun Belt from Denver   [R5 - 15]
5*170 Arizona Cardinals Cole Toner   OT Harvard Ivy
5*171 Seattle Seahawks Alex Collins   RB Arkansas SEC
5*172 Cleveland Browns Rashard Higgins   WR Colorado State MW
5*173 Cleveland Browns Trey Caldwell   CB Louisiana-Monroe Sun Belt
5*174 San Francisco 49ers Fahn Cooper   OT Ole Miss SEC
5*175 San Diego Chargers Jatavis Brown   LB Akron MAC
6176 Denver Broncos Andy Janovich   FB Nebraska Big Ten from Cleveland via Tennessee   [R6 - 1]
6177 Los Angeles Rams Temarrick Hemingway   TE South Carolina State MEAC from Tennessee   [R6 - 2]
6178 Kansas City Chiefs D. J. White   CB Georgia Tech ACC from Dallas via San Francisco   [R6 - 3]
6179 San Diego Chargers Drew Kaser   P Texas A&M SEC
6180 Minnesota Vikings Moritz Böhringer   WR   from San Francisco   [R6 - 4] .
First European player drafted without playing college football in NFL history; drafted from the GFL [5]
6181 Jacksonville Jaguars Tyrone Holmes   DE Montana Big Sky
6182 Baltimore Ravens Keenan Reynolds   WR Navy The American
6183 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Devante Bond   LB Oklahoma Big 12
6184 New York Giants Jerell Adams   TE South Carolina SEC
6185 Chicago Bears DeAndre Houston-Carson   CB William & Mary CAA
6186 Miami Dolphins Jakeem Grant   WR Texas Tech Big 12 from Miami via Minnesota [R6 - 5]
6187 Washington Redskins Nate Sudfeld   QB Indiana Big Ten from New Orleans   [R6 - 6]
6188 Minnesota Vikings David Morgan II   TE UTSA C-USA from Philadelphia   [R6 - 7]
6189 Dallas Cowboys Anthony Brown   CB Purdue Big Ten from Oakland   [R6 - 8]
6190 Los Angeles Rams Josh Forrest   LB Kentucky SEC
6191 Detroit Lions Jake Rudock   QB Michigan Big Ten
6192 Buffalo Bills Kolby Listenbee   WR TCU Big 12
6193 Tennessee Titans Sebastian Tretola   OG Arkansas SEC from Atlanta   [R6 - 9]
6194 Oakland Raiders Cory James   LB Colorado State MW from Indianapolis   [R6 - 10]
6195 Atlanta Falcons Wes Schweitzer   OG San Jose State MW from NY Jets via Houston   [R6 - 11]
6196 Philadelphia Eagles Blake Countess   CB Auburn SEC from Houston via New England, Miami and Minnesota   [R6 - 12]
6197 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Dan Vitale   FB Northwestern Big Ten from Washington   [R6 - 13]
6198 San Diego Chargers Derek Watt   FB Wisconsin Big Ten from Minnesota   [R6 - 14]
6199 Cincinnati Bengals Cody Core   WR Ole Miss SEC
6200 Green Bay Packers Kyle Murphy   OT Stanford Pac-12
6201 Jacksonville Jaguars Brandon Allen   QB Arkansas SEC from Pittsburgh   [R6 - 15]
6202 Detroit Lions Anthony Zettel   DE Penn State Big Ten from Seattle   [R6 - 16]
6203 Kansas City Chiefs Dadi Nicolas   LB Virginia Tech ACC
6204 Miami Dolphins Jordan Lucas   S Penn State Big Ten from New England via Chicago and New England   [R6 - 17]
6205 Arizona Cardinals Harlan Miller   CB Southeastern Louisiana Southland
6206 Los Angeles Rams Mike Thomas   WR Southern Miss C-USA from Carolina via Chicago   [R6 - 18]
6207 San Francisco 49ers Jeff Driskel   QB Louisiana Tech C-USA from Denver   [R6 - 19]
6*208 New England Patriots Kamu Grugier-Hill   LB Eastern Illinois OVC
6*209 Baltimore Ravens Maurice Canady   CB Virginia ACC
6*210 Detroit Lions Jimmy Landes   LS Baylor Big 12
6*211 San Francisco 49ers Kelvin Taylor   RB Florida SEC
6*212 Dallas Cowboys Kavon Frazier   S Central Michigan MAC
6*213 San Francisco 49ers Aaron Burbridge   WR Michigan State Big Ten
6*214 New England Patriots Elandon Roberts   LB Houston The American
6*215 Seattle Seahawks Joey Hunt   C TCU Big 12
6*216 Dallas Cowboys Darius Jackson   RB Eastern Michigan MAC
6*217 Dallas Cowboys Rico Gathers   TE Baylor Big 12 Did not play football at Baylor; played as a PF for Baylor basketball.
6*218 Buffalo Bills Kevon Seymour   CB USC Pac-12
6*219 Denver Broncos Will Parks   S Arizona Pac-12
6*220 Pittsburgh Steelers Travis Feeney   LB Washington Pac-12
6*221 New England Patriots Ted Karras   OG Illinois Big Ten
7222 Tennessee Titans Aaron Wallace   LB UCLA Pac-12
7223 Miami Dolphins Brandon Doughty   QB Western Kentucky C-USA from Cleveland [R7 - 1]
7224 San Diego Chargers Donavon Clark   OG Michigan State Big Ten
7225 New England Patriots Devin Lucien   WR Arizona State Pac-12 from Dallas via Seattle   [R7 - 2]
7226 Jacksonville Jaguars Jonathan Woodard   DE Central Arkansas Southland
7227 Minnesota Vikings Stephen Weatherly   LB Vanderbilt SEC from Baltimore via Miami   [R7 - 3]
7228 Denver Broncos Riley Dixon   P Syracuse ACC from San Francisco   [R7 - 4]
7229 Pittsburgh Steelers Demarcus Ayers   WR Houston The American from NY Giants   [R7 - 5]
7230 Chicago Bears Daniel Braverman   WR Western Michigan MAC
7231 Miami Dolphins Thomas Duarte   TE UCLA Pac-12
7232 Washington Redskins Steven Daniels   LB Boston College ACC from Tampa Bay   [R7 - 6]
7233 Philadelphia Eagles Jalen Mills   S LSU SEC
7234 Oakland Raiders Vadal Alexander   OG LSU SEC
7235 New York Jets Lachlan Edwards   P Sam Houston State Southland from Los Angeles via Houston and Denver   [R7 - 7]
7236 Detroit Lions Dwayne Washington   RB Washington Pac-12
7237 New Orleans Saints Daniel Lasco   RB California Pac-12
7238 Atlanta Falcons Devin Fuller   WR UCLA Pac-12
7239 Indianapolis Colts Trevor Bates   LB Maine CAA
7240 Philadelphia Eagles Alex McCalister   DE Florida SEC from Buffalo via Minnesota   [R7 - 8]
7241 New York Jets Charone Peake   WR Clemson ACC
7242 Washington Redskins Keith Marshall   RB Georgia SEC
7243 Seattle Seahawks Kenny Lawler   WR California Pac-12 from Houston via New England   [R7 - 9]
7244 Minnesota Vikings Jayron Kearse   S Clemson ACC
7245 Cincinnati Bengals Clayton Fejedelem   S Illinois Big Ten
7246 Pittsburgh Steelers Tyler Matakevich   LB Temple The American
7247 Seattle Seahawks Zac Brooks   RB Clemson ACC
7248 Indianapolis Colts Austin Blythe   C Iowa Big Ten from Green Bay [R7 - 10]
7249 San Francisco 49ers Prince Charles Iworah   CB Western Kentucky C-USA from Kansas City   [R7 - 11]
7250 Cleveland Browns Scooby Wright   LB Arizona Pac-12 from New England via Miami [R7 - 12]
7251 Philadelphia Eagles Joe Walker   LB Oregon Pac-12 from Arizona   [R7 - 13]
7252 Carolina Panthers Beau Sandland   TE Montana State Big Sky
7 253 Tennessee Titans Kalan Reed   CB Southern Miss C-USA from Denver [R7 - 14]
Mr. Irrelevant

Notable undrafted players

Original NFL teamPlayerPos.CollegeConf.Notes
Arizona Cardinals Kameron Canaday   LS Portland State Big Sky
Atlanta Falcons Joshua Perkins   TE Washington Pac-12
Atlanta Falcons J. D. McKissic   RB Arkansas State Sun Belt
Atlanta Falcons Brian Poole   CB Florida SEC
Kansas City Chiefs Boomer Mays   LB Northern Illinois MAC


Baltimore Ravens Wil Lutz   K Georgia State Sun Belt
Baltimore Ravens Michael Pierce   DT Samford SoCon
Baltimore Ravens Patrick Onwuasor   LB Portland State Big Sky
Baltimore Ravens Matt Skura   C Duke ACC
Buffalo Bills Reid Ferguson   LS LSU SEC
Buffalo Bills Justin Zimmer   DT Ferris State GLIAC
Chicago Bears Ben Braunecker   TE Harvard Ivy
Chicago Bears Roy Robertson-Harris   DE UTEP C-USA
Cincinnati Bengals Alex Erickson   WR Wisconsin Big Ten
Cleveland Browns J. P. Holtz   TE Pittsburgh ACC
Dallas Cowboys Zach Wood   LS SMU The American
Denver Broncos Kalif Raymond   WR Holy Cross Patriot
Detroit Lions Cole Wick   TE Incarnate Word Southland
Green Bay Packers Geronimo Allison   WR Illinois Big Ten
Green Bay Packers Kentrell Brice   S Louisiana Tech C-USA
Green Bay Packers Joe Callahan   QB Wesley NJAC
Green Bay Packers Reggie Gilbert   LB Arizona Pac-12
Green Bay Packers Lucas Patrick   OG Duke ACC
Houston Texans Ka'imi Fairbairn   K UCLA Pac-12
Indianapolis Colts Chester Rogers   WR Grambling State SWAC
Jacksonville Jaguars Briean Boddy-Calhoun   CB Minnesota Big Ten
Jacksonville Jaguars Mike Hilton   CB Ole Miss SEC
Jacksonville Jaguars Jarrod Wilson   S Michigan Big Ten
Los Angeles Rams Cory Littleton   LB Washington Pac-12
Miami Dolphins James Burgess   LB Louisville ACC
Minnesota Vikings C. J. Ham   FB Augustana (SD) NSIC
New England Patriots Cre'Von LeBlanc   CB Florida Atlantic C-USA
New England Patriots Jonathan Jones   CB Auburn SEC
New Orleans Saints Ken Crawley   CB Colorado Pac-12
New Orleans Saints Tommylee Lewis   WR Northern Illinois MAC
New York Giants Andrew Adams   S Connecticut The American
New York Giants Roger Lewis   WR Bowling Green MAC
New York Giants Romeo Okwara   DE Notre Dame Ind. (FBS)
New York Jets Robby Anderson   WR Temple The American
New York Jets Jalin Marshall   WR Ohio State Big Ten
Oakland Raiders Jaydon Mickens   WR Washington Pac-12
Oakland Raiders Jalen Richard   RB Southern Miss C-USA
Oakland Raiders Marvin Hall   WR Washington Pac-12
San Diego Chargers Trevor Williams   CB Penn State Big Ten
Seattle Seahawks George Fant   T Western Kentucky C-USA
Tampa Bay Buccaneers Peyton Barber   RB Auburn SEC
Tennessee Titans Aldrick Rosas   K Southern Oregon Frontier
Tennessee Titans Antwaun Woods   NT USC Pac-12
Washington Redskins Maurice Harris   WR California Pac-12
Washington Redskins Robert Kelley   RB Tulane The American
Washington Redskins Joe Kerridge   RB Michigan Big Ten

Trades

In the explanations below, (PD) indicates trades completed prior to the start of the draft (i.e. Pre-Draft), while (D) denotes trades that took place during the 2016 draft.

Round one
  1. No. 1: Tennessee → Los Angeles (PD). Tennessee traded its first-, fourth-, and sixth-round selections (1st, 113th, and 177th) to Los Angeles in exchange for Los Angeles's first-round, two second-round, and third-round selections in this year's draft (15th, 43rd, 45th, and 76th) as well as Los Angeles's first- and third-round selections in the 2017 NFL Draft. [source 1]
  2. No. 2: Cleveland → Philadelphia (PD). Cleveland traded this selection (2nd) and a conditional fifth-round selection in 2017 (this selection would be upgraded to a compensatory fourth-round selection if the Browns receive one in 2017) to Philadelphia in exchange for Philadelphia's first-round, third-round, and fourth-round selections in this years draft (8th, 77th, and 100th) as well as Philadelphia's first-round selection in the 2017 NFL Draft and second-round selection in the 2018 NFL Draft. [source 2]
  3. No. 8: multiple trades:
        No. 8: Miami → Philadelphia (PD). Miami traded its first-round selection (8th) to Philadelphia in exchange for linebacker Kiko Alonso, cornerback Byron Maxwell, and Philadelphia's first-round selection (13th). [source 3]
        No. 8: Philadelphia → Cleveland (PD). see No. 2: Cleveland → Philadelphia. [source 2]
        No. 8: Cleveland → Tennessee (D). Cleveland traded its first- and sixth-round selections (8th and 176th) to Tennessee in exchange for Tennessee's first- and third-round selections (15th and 76th) as well as its 2017 second-round selection. [source 4]
  4. No. 9: Tampa Bay → Chicago (D). Tampa Bay traded its first-round selections (9th) to Chicago in exchange for Chicago's first- and fourth-round selections (11th and 106th). [source 4]
  5. No. 11: Chicago → Tampa Bay (D). see No. 9: Tampa Bay → Chicago. [source 4]
  6. No. 13: Philadelphia → Miami (PD). see No. 8: Miami → Philadelphia. [source 3]
  7. No. 15: multiple trades:
        No. 15: Los Angeles → Tennessee (PD). see No. 1: Tennessee → Los Angeles. [source 1]
        No. 15: Tennessee → Cleveland (D). see No. 8: Cleveland → Tennessee. [source 4]
  8. No. 21: Washington → Houston (D). Washington traded its first-round selection (21st) to Houston in exchange for Houston's first-round selection (22nd) and their 2017 sixth-round selection. [source 4]
  9. No. 22: Houston → Washington (D). see No. 21: Washington → Houston. [source 4]
  10. No. 26: Seattle → Denver (D). Seattle traded its first-round selection (26th) to Denver in exchange for Denver's first- and third-round selections (31st and 94th). [source 5]
  11. No. 28: Kansas City → San Francisco (D). Kansas City traded its first-round selection (28th) and seventh-round selection (249th) to San Francisco in exchange for San Francisco's second-, fourth-, and sixth-round selections (37th, 105th, and 178th). [source 6]
  12. No. 31: Denver → Seattle (D). see No. 26: Seattle → Denver. [source 5]
Round two
  1. No. 36: Baltimore → Jacksonville (D). Baltimore traded its second-round selection (36th) to Jacksonville in exchange for Jacksonvilles's second- and fifth-round selections (38th and 146th). [source 8]
  2. No. 37: San Francisco → Kansas City (D). see No. 28: Kansas City → San Francisco. [source 6]
  3. No. 38: multiple trades:
        No. 38: Jacksonville → Baltimore (D). see No. 36: Baltimore → Jacksonville. [source 8]
        No. 38: Baltimore → Miami (D). Baltimore traded its second-round selection (38th) to Miami in exchange for Miami's second- and fourth-round selections (42nd and 107th). [source 9]
  4. No. 41: Chicago → Buffalo (D). Chicago traded its second-round selection (41st) to Buffalo in exchange for Buffalo's second- and fourth-round selections (49th and 117th). Buffalo also surrendered a 2017 fourth-round selection. [source 10]
  5. No. 42: Miami → Baltimore (D). see No. 38: Baltimore → Miami. [source 8]
  6. No. 43: multiple trades:
        No. 43: Philadelphia → Los Angeles (PD). Philadelphia traded its second-round selection in this year's draft, a 2015 fourth-round selection and quarterback Nick Foles to Los Angeles in exchange for Los Angeles's 2015 fifth-round selection and quarterback Sam Bradford. The trade also included a possible conditional fourth-round selection in this year's draft that Philadelphia would have received if Bradford took less than 50 percent of the snaps in 2015. Bradford took the majority of snaps for Philadelphia in 2015, so the fourth-round pick was returned to Los Angeles. [source 11]
        No. 43: Los Angeles → Tennessee (PD). see No. 1: Tennessee → Los Angeles. [source 1]
  7. No. 45: Los Angeles → Tennessee (PD). see No. 1: Tennessee → Los Angeles. [source 1]
  8. No. 48: Indianapolis → Green Bay (D). Indianapolis traded its second-round selection (48th) to Green Bay in exchange for Green Bay's second-, fourth- and seventh-round selections (57th, 125th, and 248th). [source 12]
  9. No. 49: multiple trades:
        No. 49: Buffalo → Chicago (D). see No. 41: Chicago → Buffalo. [source 10]
        No. 49: Chicago → Seattle (D). Chicago traded this selection to Seattle in exchange for Seattle's second- and fourth-round selections (56th and 124th). [source 4]
  10. No. 50: Atlanta → Houston (D). Atlanta traded this selection to Houston in exchange for Houston's second- and sixth-round selections (52nd and 195th). [source 4]
  11. No. 52: Houston → Atlanta (D). see No. 50: Atlanta → Houston. [source 4]
  12. No. 56: Seattle → Chicago (D). see No. 49: Chicago → Seattle. [source 4]
  13. No. 57: Green Bay → Indianapolis (D). see No. 48: Indianapolis → Green Bay. [source 12]
  14. No. 59: Kansas City → Tampa Bay (D). Kansas City traded this selection to Tampa Bay in exchange for Tampa Bay's third- and fourth-round selections (74th and 106th). [source 4]
  15. No. 61: multiple trades:
        No. 61: Arizona → New England (PD). Arizona traded its second-round selection and guard Jonathan Cooper to New England in exchange for defensive end Chandler Jones. [source 13]
        No. 61: New England → New Orleans (D). New England traded its second-round selection to New Orleans in exchange for New Orleans' third- and fourth-round selections (78th and 112th). [source 14]
Round three
  1. No. 74: Tampa Bay → Kansas City (D). see No. 59: Kansas City → Tampa Bay. [source 4]
  2. No. 76: multiple trades:
        No. 76: Los Angeles → Tennessee (PD). see No. 1: Tennessee → Los Angeles. [source 1]
        No. 76: Tennessee → Cleveland (D). see No. 8: Cleveland → Tennessee. [source 4]
  3. No. 77: multiple trades:
        No. 77: Detroit → Philadelphia (PD). Detroit traded its third-round selection in this year's draft to Philadelphia in exchange for a fourth-round selection in the 2015 NFL Draft (113th used to draft defensive tackle Gabe Wright). [source 15]
        No. 77: Philadelphia → Cleveland (PD). see No. 2: Cleveland → Philadelphia. [source 2]
        No. 77: Cleveland → Carolina (D). Cleveland traded its third- and fifth-round selections (77th and 141st) to Carolina in exchange for Carolina's third-, fourth-, and fifth-round selections (93rd, 129th and 168th). [source 16]
  4. No. 78: New Orleans → New England (D). see No. 61: New England → New Orleans. [source 14]
  5. No. 86: Minnesota → Miami (D). Minnesota traded this selection to Miami in exchange for Miami's sixth-round selection (186th) and Miami's third- and fourth-round selections in 2017. [source 17]
  6. No. 93: Carolina → Cleveland (D). see No. 77: Cleveland → Carolina. [source 16]
  7. No. 94: Denver → Seattle (PD). see No. 26: Seattle → Denver. [source 5]
Round four
  1. No. 100: multiple trades:
        No. 100: Tennessee → Philadelphia (PD). Tennessee traded its fourth-round selection to Philadelphia in exchange for running back DeMarco Murray and Philadelphia's fourth-round selection (113th). [source 19]
        No. 100: Philadelphia → Cleveland (PD). see No. 2: Cleveland → Philadelphia. [source 2]
        No. 100: Cleveland → Oakland (D). Cleveland traded its fourth-round selection (100th) to Oakland in exchange for Oakland's fourth- and fifth-round selections (114th and 154th). [source 20]
  2. No. 105: San Francisco → Kansas City (D). see No. 28: Kansas City → San Francisco. [source 6]
  3. No. 106: multiple trades:
        No. 106: Chicago → Tampa Bay (D). see No. 9: Tampa Bay → Chicago. [source 4]
        No. 106: Tampa Bay → Kansas City (D). see No. 59: Kansas City → Tampa Bay. [source 4]
  4. No. 107: Miami → Baltimore (D). see No. 38: Baltimore → Miami. [source 9]
  5. No. 112: New Orleans → New England (D). see No. 61: New England → New Orleans. [source 14]
  6. No. 113: multiple trades:
        No. 113: Philadelphia → Tennessee (PD). see No. 100: Tennessee → Philadelphia. [source 19]
        No. 113: Tennessee → Los Angeles (PD). see No. 1: Tennessee → Los Angeles. [source 1]
        No. 113: Los Angeles → Chicago (D). Los Angeles traded this selection to Chicago in exchange for Chicago's fourth- and sixth-round selections (117th and 206) [source 21]
  7. No. 114: Oakland → Cleveland (D). see No. 100: Cleveland → Oakland. [source 20]
  8. No. 117: multiple trades:
        No. 117: Buffalo → Chicago (D). see No. 41: Chicago → Buffalo. [source 10]
        No. 117: Chicago → Los Angeles (D). see No. 113: Los Angeles → Chicago. [source 21]
  9. No. 120: Washington → New Orleans (D). Washington traded this selection to New Orleans in exchange for New Orleans' fifth-round selection (152nd) and a fifth-round selection in 2017. [source 22]
  10. No. 124: Seattle → Chicago (D). see No. 49: Chicago → Seattle. [source 4]
  11. No. 125: Green Bay → Indianapolis (D). see No. 48: Indianapolis → Green Bay. [source 12]
  12. No. 127: New England → Chicago (PD). New England traded this selection to Chicago in exchange for a sixth-round selection (204th) and tight end Martellus Bennett. [source 23]
  13. No. 129: Carolina → Cleveland (D). see No. 77: Cleveland → Carolina. [source 16]
  14. No. 130: Denver → Baltimore (PD). Denver traded this selection to Baltimore in exchange for Baltimore's fifth-round selection (144th) and center Gino Gradkowski. [source 24]
Round five
  1. No. 141: Cleveland → Carolina (D). see No. 77: Cleveland → Carolina. [source 16]
  2. No. 142: San Diego → San Francisco (PD). San Diego traded this selection, and its 2015 first- and fourth-round selections, to San Francisco in exchange for San Francisco's 2015 first-round selection. [source 25]
  3. No. 143: Dallas → Oakland (PD). Dallas conditionally traded this selection to Oakland for wide receiver Brice Butler and Oakland's 2016 sixth-round selection (189th). The pick occurred because Butler was on the Cowboys' 53-man roster for at least six games. [source 26]
  4. No. 144: Baltimore → Denver (PD). see No. 130: Denver → Baltimore. [source 24]
  5. No. 146: Jacksonville → Baltimore (D). see No. 36: Baltimore → Jacksonville. [source 8]
  6. No. 147: multiple trades:
        No. 147: Miami → New England (D). Miami traded this selection to New England in exchange for New England's 2 sixth-round selections (196th and 204th) and a seventh-round selection (250th). [source 27]
        No. 147: New England → Seattle (D). New England traded this selection and a seventh-round selection (243rd) to Seattle in exchange for Seattle's sixth-round selection (225th) and a fourth-round selection in 2017. [source 28]
  7. No. 152: New Orleans → Washington (D). see No. 120: Washington → New Orleans. [source 22]
  8. No. 154: Oakland → Cleveland (D). see No. 100: Cleveland → Oakland. [source 20]
  9. No. 157: multiple trades:
        No. 157: New York Jets → Denver (PD). NY Jets traded this selection to Denver in exchange for Denver's seventh-round selection (235th) and offensive tackle Ryan Clady. [source 31]
        No. 157: Denver → Tennessee (D). Denver traded this selection and a seventh-round selection (253rd) in exchange for a sixth-round selection (176th) and a sixth-round selection in 2017. [source 32]
  10. No. 158: Washington → New York Jets (D). Washington traded this selection to the New York Jets in exchange for New York's fourth-round selection in 2017. [source 33]
  11. No. 162: Seattle → Kansas City (PD). Seattle traded this selection to Kansas City in exchange for safety Kelcie McCray. [source 34]
  12. No. 164: Pittsburgh → Philadelphia (PD). Pittsburgh traded this conditional selection to Philadelphia in exchange for cornerback Brandon Boykin. The selection could have become a fourth round selection if Boykin played 60% of the snaps during the season. [source 35]
  13. No. 166: New England → Houston (PD). New England traded this selection to Houston in exchange for wide receiver Keshawn Martin and Houston's 2016 sixth-round selection (196th). [source 36]
  14. No. 168: Carolina → Cleveland (D). see No. 77: Cleveland → Carolina. [source 16]
  15. No. 169: Denver → Detroit (PD). Denver traded this selection, its 2015 first- and fifth-round selections (28th & 143rd), and guard–center Manny Ramirez to Detroit in exchange for Detroit's 2015 first-round selection (23rd). [source 37]
Round six
  1. No. 176: multiple trades:
        No. 176: Cleveland → Tennessee (D). see No. 8: Cleveland → Tennessee. [source 4]
        No. 176: Tennessee → Denver (D). see No. 157: Denver → Tennessee. [source 32]
  2. No. 177: Tennessee → Los Angeles (PD). see No. 1: Tennessee → Los Angeles. [source 1]
  3. No. 178: multiple trades:
        No. 178: Dallas → San Francisco (PD). Dallas traded this selection to San Francisco in exchange for San Francisco's 2015 seventh-round selection (246th). [source 15]
        No. 178: San Francisco → Kansas City (D). see No. 28: Kansas City → San Francisco. [source 6]
  4. No. 180: San Francisco → Minnesota (PD). San Francisco traded this selection and center Nick Easton to Minnesota in exchange for linebacker Gerald Hodges. [source 38]
  5. No. 186: multiple trades:
        No. 186: Miami → Minnesota (D). see No. 86: Minnesota → Miami. [source 17]
        No. 186: Minnesota → Miami (D). Minnesota traded this selection to Miami in exchange for Miami's sixth- and seventh-round selections (196th and 227th). [source 39]
  6. No. 187: New Orleans → Washington (PD). New Orleans traded this selection along with its sixth-round selection in the 2015 NFL Draft (187th) to Washington in exchange for Washington's fifth-round selection. [source 15]
  7. No. 188: Philadelphia → Minnesota (D). Philadelphia traded this selection to Minnesota in exchange for Minnesota's sixth- and seventh-round selections (196th and 240th). [source 40]
  8. No. 189: Oakland → Dallas (PD). see No. 143: Dallas → Oakland. [source 26]
  9. No. 193: Atlanta → Tennessee (PD). Atlanta traded this selection to Tennessee in exchange for guard Andy Levitre and a future conditional selection. [source 41]
  10. No. 194: Indianapolis → Oakland (PD). Indianapolis traded this selection to Oakland in exchange for linebacker Sio Moore. [source 42]
  11. No. 195: multiple trades:
        No. 195: New York Jets → Houston (PD). The Jets traded a conditional seventh-round selection in the 2016 draft to Houston in exchange for quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick. The pick can become a sixth-round selection based on Fitzpatrick's playing time. [source 43]
        No. 195: Houston → Atlanta (D). see No. 50: Atlanta → Houston. [source 4]
  12. No. 196: multiple trades:
        No. 196: Houston → New England (PD). see No. 166: New England → Houston. [source 36]
        No. 196: New England → Miami (D). see No. 147: Miami → New England. [source 27]
        No. 196: Miami → Minnesota (D). see No. 186: Minnesota → Miami. [source 39]
        No. 196: Minnesota → Philadelphia (D). see No. 188: Philadelphia → Minnesota. [source 40]
  13. No. 197: Washington → Tampa Bay (PD). Washington traded this selection to Tampa Bay in exchange for Tampa Bay's seventh-round selection (232nd) and safety Dashon Goldson. [source 44]
  14. No. 198: Minnesota → San Diego (PD). Minnesota traded this selection to San Diego in exchange for offensive lineman Jeremiah Sirles. [source 45]
  15. No. 201: Pittsburgh → Jacksonville (PD). Pittsburgh traded this selection to Jacksonville in exchange for kicker Josh Scobee. [source 46]
  16. No. 202: Seattle → Detroit (PD). Seattle traded this selection to Detroit in exchange for cornerback Mohammed Seisay. [source 47]
  17. No. 204: multiple trades:
        No. 204: New England → Chicago (PD). New England traded this selection to Chicago in exchange for linebacker Jon Bostic. [source 48]
        No. 204: Chicago → New England (PD). see No. 127: New England → Chicago [source 23]
        No. 204: New England → Miami (D). see No. 147: Miami → New England [source 27]
  18. No. 206: multiple trades:
        No. 206: Carolina → Chicago (PD). Carolina traded this selection to Chicago in exchange for defensive end Jared Allen. [source 49]
        No. 206: Chicago → Los Angeles (D). see No. 113: Los Angeles → Chicago. [source 21]
  19. No. 207: Denver → San Francisco (PD). Denver traded this selection, along with its sixth-round selection in the 2017 NFL Draft to San Francisco in exchange for San Francisco's seventh-round selection (228th) and tight end Vernon Davis. [source 50]
Round seven
  1. No. 223: Cleveland → Miami (D). Cleveland traded this selection to Miami in exchange for Miami's seventh-round selection (250th) and cornerback Jamar Taylor. [source 51]
  2. No. 225: multiple trades:
        No. 225: Dallas → Seattle (PD). Dallas traded this selection to Seattle in exchange for running back Christine Michael. [source 52]
        No. 225: Seattle → New England (D). see No. 147: New England → Seattle. [source 28]
  3. No. 227: multiple trades:
        No. 227: Baltimore → Miami (PD). Baltimore traded this selection to Miami in exchange for cornerback Will Davis. [source 53]
        No. 227: Miami → Minnesota (D). see No. 186: Minnesota → Miami. [source 39]
  4. No. 228: San Francisco → Denver (PD). see No. 207: Denver → San Francisco. [source 50]
  5. No. 229: New York Giants → Pittsburgh (PD). The Giants traded a conditional seventh-round selection in the 2016 draft to Pittsburgh in exchange for punter Brad Wing. [source 54]
  6. No. 232: Tampa Bay → Washington (PD). see No. 197: Washington → Tampa Bay. [source 44]
  7. No. 235: multiple trades:
        No. 235: Los Angeles → Houston (PD). Los Angeles traded this selection to Houston in exchange for quarterback Case Keenum. [source 55]
        No. 235: Houston → Denver (PD). Houston traded this selection to Denver in exchange for offensive tackle Chris Clark. [source 56]
        No. 235: Denver → New York Jets (PD). see No. 157: New York Jets → Denver. [source 31]
  8. No. 240: multiple trades:
        No. 240: Buffalo → Minnesota (PD). Buffalo traded this selection and a 2015 fifth-round selection (137th) to Minnesota in exchange for quarterback Matt Cassel and Minnesota's 2015 sixth-round selection (187th). [source 57]
        No. 240: Minnesota → Philadelphia (D). see No. 188: Philadelphia → Minnesota. [source 40]
  9. No. 243: multiple trades:
        No. 243: Houston → New England (PD). Houston traded its seventh–round selection in the 2016 draft to New England in exchange for quarterback Ryan Mallett. The pick could have been a sixth–round selection but Mallett did not play 40% of the snaps in 2014. [source 58]
        No. 243: New England → Seattle (D). see No. 147: New England → Seattle. [source 28]
  10. No. 248: Green Bay → Indianapolis (D). see No. 48: Indianapolis → Green Bay. [source 12]
  11. No. 249: Kansas City → San Francisco (D). see No. 28: Kansas City → San Francisco. [source 6]
  12. No. 250: multiple trades:
        No. 250: New England → Miami (D). see No. 147: Miami → New England. [source 27]
        No. 250: Miami → Cleveland (D). see No. 223: Cleveland → Miami. [source 51]
  13. No. 251: Arizona → Philadelphia (PD). Arizona traded this selection to Philadelphia in exchange for quarterback Matt Barkley on the condition that Barkley was on the roster for six games. [source 59]
  14. No. 253: Denver → Tennessee (D). see No. 157: Denver → Tennessee. [source 32]

Forfeited picks

  1. New England forfeited its first-round selection as a result of Deflategate. The team will also forfeit a 2017 fourth-round selection. [source 7]
  2. Kansas City forfeited its third-round selection for violating the NFL's Anti-Tampering policy. The team will also forfeit a 2017 sixth-round selection and pay a $250,000 fine. [source 18]
  3. Los Angeles forfeited its fifth-round selection after selecting offensive tackle Isaiah Battle in the 2015 Supplemental draft. [source 29]
  4. Atlanta forfeited its fifth-round selection as punishment for piping artificial crowd noise into the Georgia Dome during the 2013 and 2014 seasons. [source 30]

Supplemental draft

The 2016 supplemental draft was held on July 14, 2016. For each player selected in the supplemental draft, the team forfeits its pick in that round in the draft of the following season. This year, six players were eligible for selection: [6]

No players were selected. [7]

Summary

Selections by college athletic conference

ConferenceRound 1Round 2Round 3Round 4Round 5Round 6Round 7Total
NCAA Division I FBS football conferences
The American 200312210
ACC 464313526
Big 12 342566026
Big Ten 67109210347
C-USA 101203310
Ind. (FBS) 22310008
MAC 00012216
MW 01411209
Pac-12 424274932
SEC 886978551
Sun Belt 00000303
NCAA Division I FCS football conferences
Big Sky 00011114
CAA 00000112
Ivy 00011002
MEAC 00110103
MVFC 10011003
OVC 01000102
SoCon 01000001
Southland 00000123
Non-Division I football conferences
CWUAA (CIS)00010001
GLIAC (DII)00001001
Gulf South (DII)00001001
Lone Star (DII)00001001
Non-College Selections
GFL 00000101

Schools with multiple draft selections

SelectionsSchools
12 Ohio State
9 Clemson
8 UCLA
7 Alabama, Florida, Notre Dame
6 Baylor
5 Arkansas, Georgia, LSU, Michigan State, Ole Miss, Penn State, Stanford, TCU, West Virginia
4 Cal, Nebraska, Oklahoma, USC
3 Auburn, Boise State, Houston, Illinois, Indiana, Louisiana Tech, Maryland, Michigan, Mississippi State, Missouri, NC State, South Carolina, Temple, Texas A&M, Texas Tech Western Kentucky
2 Arizona, Arizona State, Boston College, Cincinnati, Colorado State, Florida State, Georgia Tech, Miami (FL), Minnesota, North Dakota State, Northwestern, Oregon, San Jose State, South Carolina State, Southern Miss, Southern Utah, Utah State, Virginia Tech, Washington, Western Michigan, Wisconsin

Selections by position

PositionRound 1Round 2Round 3Round 4Round 5Round 6Round 7Total
Center 11310118
Cornerback 555537232
Defensive end 324222217
Defensive tackle 455530022
Fullback 00000303
Guard 111233213
Kicker 01000001
Linebacker 283736736
Long snapper 00000101
Offensive tackle 513281020
Punter 00000123
Quarterback 312314115
Running back 112363420
Safety 223424320
Tight end 01210329
Wide receiver 432657633
PositionRound 1Round 2Round 3Round 4Round 5Round 6Round 7Total
Offense1591518232516121
Defense16222023131914127
Special teams01000225

Notes

  1. Players are identified as Pro Bowlers if they were selected for the Pro Bowl at any time in their career.

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