2015 NFL Mock Draft 4.0 – Round 7

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239.) Pittsburgh Steelers – WR Cam Worthy, East Carolina

Big receiver (6’2 | 211) who isn’t a burner (4.59) but had some huge games against decent competition last season. Worthy is the type of receiver who can catch a slant over the middle, break a tackle and take it the distance. The Steelers could use more depth at receiver and Worthy is one of the most underrated receivers in the draft.

240.) Detroit Lions – DE Deion Barnes, Penn St 

After losing promising DE George Johnson last week, the Lions need some edge rushers. Barnes isn’t anything special right now, but has potential and should be at least a rotational DE in next year or two.

241.) Arizona Cardinals – DE Frank Clark, Michigan

Big time red flags off-field, but has great feet for his size and has ideal profile for the Cards 5-tech position. Worth the potential risk this late in the draft.

242.) Carolina Panthers – G Antoine Everett, McNeese St

The Panthers could use every pick on O-linemen this year and I wouldn’t blame them. They have the least O-line talent in the league. Everett is a small school guy with starter potential eventually.

243.) Dallas Cowboys – G Tayo Fabuluje, TCU

Massive lineman (6’6 | 358) who is raw but Dallas can afford to give him the time he needs to develop. Fabuluje could be a monster if he loses some weight, improves his stamina, and cleans up his technique.

244.) Indianapolis Colts – G/T Takoby Cofield, Duke

Overshadowed by his linemate Tomlinson, but is a legit prospect. Cofield is probably a better fit at guard but could be a solid swing tackle eventually.

245.) New York Giants – CB Bobby McCain, Memphis

Undersized, but could be a solid depth corner and special teams guy.

246.) San Francisco 49ers – OLB Obum Gwachum, Oregon St

Explosive athlete who is relatively new to football but has a ton of potential as a pass rusher.

247.) Green Bay Packers – OT Mickey Bauchus, Arizona

Needs to put some weight on, put he will have time behind a solid Packers O-line. Bauchus is an underrated prospect who could be a starting caliber RT before the end of his rookie deal.

248.) Seattle Seahawks – QB Cody Fajardo, Nevada

Athletic QB with intriguing skills who could eventually develop into a solid backup for Russell Wilson.

249.) Atlanta Falcons – WR Mario Alford, West Virginia

Speedy deep threat who is one-dimensional, but good at what he does.

250.) Denver Broncos – OT Cameron Clear, Texas A&M

Needs to gain some weight, but is a mobile lineman who could be a great fit for Gary Kubiak’s zone blocking scheme.

251.) Denver Broncos – RB Josh Robinson. Mississippi St

Bowling ball runner who has enough potential to be the next in the Broncos long line of late round RBs who have success in the league.

252.) Pittsburgh Steelers – DT/DE Angelo Blackson, Auburn

Came on strong late last season after a mostly disappointing college career and has the potential to be an NFL 5-tech.

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253.) New England Patriots – DT/DE Leon Orr, Florida

Some personality red-flags, but Pats have had success (and high-profile failures) taking chances on risky talent in the past. Orr is a large man (6’5 | 323) but can move and has the talent to be a force at NT or even 5-tech DE if he slims down a bit. He’s a huge gamble, but at this point of the draft it’s worth the risk.

254.) San Francisco 49ers – G Cody Wichmann, Fresno St

Fast riser this draft season and will help the Niners make up for the loss of All-Pro Mike Iupati.

255.) Indianapolis Colts – RB Thomas Rawls, Central Michigan

The Colts addressed the position in free agency with Frank Gore, but they get a powerful backup in Rawls who runs with the same type of anger that has made Gore successful.

256.) Arizona Cardinals – G Ben Beckwith, Mississippi St

Smart player with a good motor, who is a bit limited athletically but I wouldn’t be surprised if he had a solid career as backup interior lineman.

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