193. Texans: OLB Prince Shembo, Notre Dame (6’2, 254): Max effort linebacker with good strength, but very raw technique. Shembo had 17 QB hurries last year so there is some potential there.
194. Redskins: DE Taylor Hart, Oregon (6’6, 292): 3-4 DE who is a good run stopper but doesn’t show much pass rush potential at the NFL level. Plays hard and smart though and should be a solid rotational D-lineman.
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195. Browns: WR Michael Campanaro, Wake Forest (5’10,191) – Classic slot receiver profile with good hands and elusiveness on underneath routes. Campanaro could give the Browns what they thought they were getting when they signed Devone Bess.
196. Raiders: S Sean Parker, Washington (5’10, 193) – A little small for strong safety, but Parker makes up for it with good instincts, ball skills, and tackling.
197. Falcons: DT Calvin Barnett, Oklahoma St (6’2, 300) – All Big12 two seasons in a row. His stats aren’t that impressive, but Barnett was disruptive in the middle for the Cowboys the last two seasons. He’s strong with a quick first step; Better at stopping the run than rushing the passer but will provide occasional pressure up the middle.
198. Buccaneers: WR Cody Lattimer, Indiana (6’2, 215) – Big receiver who was productive as a junior (72, 1096, 9) but probably should have stayed in school one more year to improve the finer points of his game. Lattimer has good (not great) speed and has shown great hands at times but also drops some easy ones. His route-running needs work.
199. Jaguars: DT Khyri Thorton, Southern Mississippi (6’2, 301) – Dominated the NFLPA Collegiate Bowl despite being double-teamed most of the time. Thorton has an intriguing mix of speed & power and showed good hand play on tape. Plays too high at times and can be pushed around, but good potential.
200. Vikings: CB Nevin Larson, Utah St (5’10, 184) – Short, but strong with good fluidity in coverage. Profiles as a nickel back in the pros.