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NFL Draft 2011: Round 7 Pick Order And Results

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2011 NFL Draft Picks: Full Seventh Round Results

The seventh, and final, round of the 2011 NFL Draft began with Virgil Green and ended with Mr. Irrelevant, one of the great traditions of the draft. The final pick in the draft earns the term of endearment, along with quite the haul of prizes. This year, Mr. Irrelevant was Cheta Ozougwu, a defensive end from Rice with an outstanding name. Get to know more about Ozougwu and Mr. Irrelevant here.

The full list of seventh round picks can be found below.

1 Denver  Virgil Green (TE) Nevada
2 Seattle  Lazarius Levingston (DE) LSU
3 Buffalo Justin Rogers (CB) Richmond
4 Cincinnati Korey Lindsey (CB) S Illinois
5 NY Jets Greg McElroy (QB) Alabama
6 Detroit  Johnny Culbreath (OT) SC St
7 Atlanta Andrew Jackson (OG) Fresno St
8 San Francisco Bruce Miller (DE) C Florida
9 Tennessee Zach Clayton (DT) Auburn
10 Washington Brandyn Thompson (CB) Boise St
11 Houston Derek Newton (OT) Arkansas St
12 Minnesota De'Aundre Reed (DE) Arizona
13 St. Louis Mikail Baker (DB) Baylor
14 Washington  Maurice Hurt (OG) Florida
15 Green Bay  Ryan Taylor (TE) UNC
16 New England  Malcolm Williams (DB) TCU
17 Dallas Shaun Chapas (FB) Georgia
18 NY Giants Da'Rel Scott (RB) Maryland
19 Tampa Bay Anthony Gaitor (CB) Fla Int'l
20 Kansas City Shane Bannon (RB) Yale
21 Washington Markus White (DE) Florida St
22 Baltimore Anthony Allen (RB) Ga Tech
23 New Orleans Greg Romeus (DE) Pittsburgh
24 NY Jets  Scotty McKnight (WR) Colorado
25 St. Louis Jabara Williams (OLB) S F Austin
26 St. Louis  Jonathan Nelson (CB) Oklahoma
27 Atlanta Cliff Matthews (DE) S Carolina
28 Miami  Frank Kearse (DT) Alabama A&M
29 Pittsburgh Baron Batch (RB) Texas Tech
30 Green Bay Lawrence Guy (DT) Arizona St
31 San Diego Andrew Gachkar (OLB) Missouri
32 Miami Jimmy Wilson (DB) Montana
33 Minnesota Stephen Burton (WR) W Texas A&M
34 Philadelphia Greg Lloyd (ILB) UConn
35 Tampa Bay Daniel Hardy (TE) Idaho
36 San Francisco Michael Person (OT) Montana St
37 Philadelphia Stanley Havili (FB) USC
38 Oakland David Ausberry (WR) USC
39 Seattle Malcolm Smith (OLB) USC
40 New Orleans Nathan Bussey (OLB) Illinois
41 Carolina Lee Ziemba (OT) Auburn
42 Buffalo MIchael Jasper (DT) Bethel (TN)
43 Cincinnati Jay Finley (RB) Baylor
44 Denver Jeremy Beal (DE) Oklahoma
45 Cleveland Eric Hagg (S) Nebraska
46 Arizona Demarco Sampson (WR) SDSU
47 San Francisco Curtis Holcomb (CB) Florida A&M
48 Tennessee Tommie Campbell (S)  
49 Dallas Bill Nagy (C) Wisconsin
50 Washington Christopher Neild (DT) W Virginia
51 Houston Cheta Ozougwu (DE) Rice

 

With the 2011 NFL Draft in the books, it's time for a lok back. Check out the rest of this StoryStream for seventh round picks and analysis. For further reading, check out SB Nation's NFL Draft hub, where we have draft grades for the first two rounds and reactions from our team blogs. And if you need to catch up on results from previous rounds, here are the results from the first, second, third, fourth, fifth, and sixth rounds.

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2011 NFL Draft Results: Mr. Irrelevant Is Cheta Ozougwu

The 2011 NFL draft rolls on in the seventh round. Here's a summary of picks 249-254, including Mr. Irrelevant:

249. Arizona Cardinals select WR DeMarco Sampson. He's coming out of San Diego State and was a first team All-MWC selection in 2010.

250. San Francisco 49ers select CB Curtis Holcomb. Out of Florida A&M, Holcomb's shot will probably come through special teams. 

251. Tennessee Titans select DB Tommie Campbell. If the NFL lockout weren't going on, I'd almost rather be an undrafted free agent so that I could pick my own team.

252. Dallas Cowboys select C Bill Nagy. Wisconsin runs a pro-style offense and has already produced a couple of offensive linemen in this draft. Solid pick for the Cowboys.

253. Washington Redskins select NT Chris Nelid. Lots of Redskins fans wanted a nose tackle earlier but they had to wait until the second to last pick in the draft to get one.

254. Houston Texans select DE Cheta Ozougwu. Out of Rice, This is your Mr. Irrelevant. He was a 2010 first team All-Conference-USA selection. He had 54 tackles last year with six of those for loss. 

Rounds 4 through 7 of the NFL Draft all take place on Saturday afternoon. Stay tuned to this StoryStream for live draft results. For further reading, check out SB Nation's NFL Draft hub, where we have draft grades for the first two rounds and reactions from our team blogs. And if you need to catch up on results from previous rounds, here are the results from the first, second, third, fourth, fifth, and sixth rounds.

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2011 NFL Draft Results: Carolina Grabs Auburn Teammate Lee Ziemba For Cam Newton

As the 2011 NFL Draft moves into the home stretch of the seventh round, let's examine picks 244-248:

244. Carolina Panthers select OT Lee Ziemba of Auburn. Pick reunites Ziemba, a blocker most kindly described as "relentless," with college teammate Cam Newton.

245. New York Jets select OG Michael Jasper of Bethel. Jasper brings a ton of bulk to the Jets ... but he'll need to lose some to stick on an NFL roster.

246. Cincinnati Bengals select RB Jay Finley of Baylor. Finley has good size but lacks upper echelon burst.

247. Denver Broncos select DE Jeremy Beal of Oklahoma. Beal was part of a strong defensive front in Oklahoma and could be a great value as a seventh round pick..

248. Cleveland Browns select DB Eric Hagg of Nebraska. Hagg is talented and has played for a top-flight defense.

Rounds 4 through 7 of the NFL Draft all take place on Saturday afternoon. Stay tuned to this StoryStream for live draft results. For further reading, check out SB Nation's NFL Draft hub, where we have draft grades for the first two rounds and reactions from our team blogs. And if you need to catch up on results from previous rounds, here are the results from the first, second, third, fourth, fifth, and sixth rounds.

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2011 NFL Draft Results: Three Straight USC Players Selected In 7th Round

The 2011 NFL draft is almost over. We're in the seventh round and whittling away the list. Here's a summary of picks 239-243:

239. San Francisco 49ers select OL Michael Person. He's coming from Montana State so not a football school juggernaut but he's got good size at 6'5" and 299 pounds.

240. Philadelphia Eagles FB Stanley Havii. Out of USC, he was a 2010 All-Pac-10 selection. He had 116 receptions which was a school record for a fullback. 

241. Oakland Raiders select WR David Ausberry. Out of USC, Ausberry becomes the latest Raider. I'm assuming he's very, very fast. 

242. Seattle Seahawks select OLB Malcolm Smith. This is pretty random: Smith becomes the third straight USC player selected. He'll re-join Pete Carroll in Seattle.

243. New Orleans Saints select OLB Nate Bussey. Out of Illinois, Bussey will be move south to New Orleans. He'll be looking to make the team on special teams. 

Rounds 4 through 7 of the NFL Draft all take place on Saturday afternoon. Stay tuned to this StoryStream for live draft results. For further reading, check out SB Nation's NFL Draft hub, where we have draft grades for the first two rounds and reactions from our team blogs. And if you need to catch up on results from previous rounds, here are the results from the first, second, third, fourth, fifth, and sixth rounds.

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2011 NFL Draft Results: Small School Picks Populate Seventh Round

As the 2011 NFL Draft moves into the home stretch of the seventh round, let's examine picks 234-238:

234. San Diego Chargers select LB Andrew Gachkar of Missouri. With below-average size and decent speed, Gachkar could be a valuable reserve.

235. Miami Dolphins select CB Jimmy Wilson of Montana. Yet another small-school secondary star comes off the board. Wilson comes with major character concerns, however, having once been charged with (and acquitted of) murder.

236. Minnesota Vikings select WR Stephen Burton of West Texas A&M. A dynamo with great production numbers against underwhelming competition.

237. Philadelphia Eagles select DE Greg Lloyd of Connecticut. Stout son of former NFL great Greg Lloyd Sr. has bloodlines from but no connection with his father, who once stuck a gun in the younger Lloyd's mouth.

238. Tampa Bay Buccaneers select TE Daniel Hardy of Idaho. Hardy is a converted quarterback with good athleticism for a tight end.

Rounds 4 through 7 of the NFL Draft all take place on Saturday afternoon. Stay tuned to this StoryStream for live draft results. For further reading, check out SB Nation's NFL Draft hub, where we have draft grades for the first two rounds and reactions from our team blogs. And if you need to catch up on results from previous rounds, here are the results from the first, second, third, fourth, fifth, and sixth rounds.

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2011 NFL Draft Results: Mr. Irrelevant Getting Closer

The 2011 NFL draft is nearly over as we continue on in the seventh round. Here's a look at picks 229-233:

229. St. Louis Rams select DB Jonathan Nelson. He comes out of Oklahoma and was selected onto the All-Big 12 honorable mention team. He's 5'11" and weighs 198 pounds. 

230. Atlanta Falcons select DE Cliff Matthews. Out of South Carolina, he's a two-time second team All-SEC selection. Last year he had 44 tackles, 8.5 for loss. He was also on the All-SEC freshman team in 2007.

231. Miami Dolphins select DT Frank Kearse. Out of Alabama A&M, he was a second team All-SWAC selection. He had 57 tackles last year and 11 of those were for a loss. This pick came from the Jets through the Lions, Jets and Packers so it sounds like no one wanted it.

232. Pittsburgh Steelers select RB Baron Batch. Coming out of Texas Tech, Batch was an All-Big 12 honorable mention. He's up there for best name in the draft.

233. Green Bay Packers select DT Lawrence Guy. He gets Arizona State on the board. Al Pac-10 schools have had a player picked in the draft now.

Rounds 4 through 7 of the NFL Draft all take place on Saturday afternoon. Stay tuned to this StoryStream for live draft results. For further reading, check out SB Nation's NFL Draft hub, where we have draft grades for the first two rounds and reactions from our team blogs. And if you need to catch up on results from previous rounds, here are the results from the first, second, third, fourth, fifth, and sixth rounds.

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2011 NFL Draft Results: Jets Take Scotty McKnight, Childhood Friend Of Mark Sanchez

As the 2011 NFL Draft moves into the home stretch of the seventh round, let's examine picks 224-228:

224. Washington Redskins select DE Markus White of Florida State. White's physical talents aren't the most impressive, but his production as a senior with the Seminoles was hard to overlook.

225. Baltimore Ravens select RB Anthony Allen of Georgia Tech. Allen doesn't have game-breaking speed, but he will run defenders over.

226. New Orleans Saints select DE Greg Romeus of Pittsburgh. Romeus has great size and impressive burst, but injury woes helped make his college career an inconsistent one. Joining the rusher-rich Saints probably won't hurt his development.

227. New York Jets select WR Scotty McKnight of Colorado. McKnight could be a decent possession receiver with surprising speed, but his greatest asset might be his connection with childhood friend Mark Sanchez.

228. St. Louis Rams select LB Jabara Williams of Stephen F. Austin. Williams is a guy with a great motor, and that translated to excellent production in his 2010 season.

Rounds 4 through 7 of the NFL Draft all take place on Saturday afternoon. Stay tuned to this StoryStream for live draft results. For further reading, check out SB Nation's NFL Draft hub, where we have draft grades for the first two rounds and reactions from our team blogs. And if you need to catch up on results from previous rounds, here are the results from the first, second, third, fourth, fifth, and sixth rounds.

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2011 NFL Draft Results: Patriots Add To Secondary, Giants Pick Up Running Back

The 2011 NFL draft continues on in the seventh round. Here's a round up of picks 219-223:

219. New England Patriots select DB Malcolm Williams. Out of TCU, Williams becomes the latest member of the Patriots secondary. A lot of these late round guys on the Pats will have a shot to make it on special teams. 

220. Dallas Cowboys select RB Shaun Chapas. The Cowboys get a 6'2", 247-pound linebacker who has played against high competition in the SEC. Chapas comes out of Georgia. 

221. New York Giants select Da'Rel Scott. The Giants always seem to have productive running backs so it'll be interesting to see how he does. Scott is 5'11", weighs 211 pounds and comes out of Maryland. 

222. Tampa Bay Buccaneers select DB Anthony Gaiter. These late round guys are looking to make the team via special teams. 

223. Kansas City Chiefs select RB Shane Bannon. The Chiefs are eventually looking for a replacement for RB Thomas Jones so Bannon will get a shot to make his mark. 

Rounds 4 through 7 of the NFL Draft all take place on Saturday afternoon. Stay tuned to this StoryStream for live draft results. For further reading, check out SB Nation's NFL Draft hub, where we have draft grades for the first two rounds and reactions from our team blogs. And if you need to catch up on results from previous rounds, here are the results from the first, second, third, fourth, fifth, and sixth rounds.

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2011 NFL Draft Results: Packers Keep Stockpiling Tight Ends

As the 2011 NFL draft moves into the seventh round, let's examine picks 214-218.

214. Houston Texans select OT Derek Newton from Arkansas State. Newton doesn't have great size, but was a strong performer for the Red Wolves after transferring from a junior college.

215. Minnesota Vikings select DE D'Aundre Reed from Arizona. Reed played four years for the Wildcats, but had just six total sacks. At best, a rotation player on the Vikings' line.

216. St. Louis Rams select CB Mikail Baker from Baylor. Baker has speed to burn and might be a valuable special teams player for the Rams.

217. Washington Redskins select OT Maurice Hurt from Florida. Hurt is a big body for a guard with experience at multiple line positions, but has some character concerns after a positive marijuana test.

218. Green Bay Packers select TE Ryan Taylor from North Carolina. Taylor is a better blocker than receiver, but came on as a pass-catcher late in his senior year. The Packers have approximately 97 tight ends at this point, though.

Rounds 4 through 7 of the NFL Draft all take place on Saturday afternoon. Stay tuned to this StoryStream for live draft results. For further reading, check out SB Nation's NFL Draft hub, where we have draft grades for the first two rounds and reactions from our team blogs. And if you need to catch up on results from previous rounds, here are the results from the first, second, third, fourth, fifth, and sixth rounds.

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2011 NFL Draft Results: Detroit Lions Select Johnny Culbreath, Washington Redskins Take Brandyn Thompson

The seventh and final round of the 2011 NFL Draft continues with picks 209 through 213. Here they are:

209. The Detroit Lions select Johnny Culbreath, an offensive tackle from South Carolina State. He's the first SC State Bulldog to be selected this year.

210.The Atlanta Falcons take Andrew Jackson. Not the President. Jackson is a 6'5" OL from Fresno State who tips the scales at 299 pounds. Jackson figures to serve as extra reinforcement for a line tasked with providing increased protection for quarterback Matt Ryan.

211. The San Francisco 49ers take defensive lineman Bruce Miller from Central Florida. This pick adds personnel to a defense that didn't quite perform as advertised in 2010.

212. The Tennessee Titans select defensive tackle Zach Clayton from Auburn. Clayton joins a defensive squad that allowed fewer points than any other team in the AFC South.

213. The Washington Redskins take defensive back Brandyn Thompson from Boise State. He's on the smaller side, standing only 5'9" and weighing 189, but is capable of adding speed to a defensive package.

Rounds 4 through 7 of the NFL Draft all take place on Saturday afternoon. Stay tuned to this StoryStream for live draft results. For further reading, check out SB Nation's NFL Draft hub, where we have draft grades for the first two rounds and reactions from our team blogs. And if you need to catch up on results from previous rounds, here are the results from the first, second, third, fourth, fifth, and sixth rounds.

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2011 NFL Draft Results: Greg McElroy's Slide Ends With New York Jets

The 2011 NFL draft continues into the seventh and final round. Here's the run down on picks 204-208:

204. Denver Broncos select TE Virgil Green. Interesting pick for the Broncos. Green comes from Nevada where QB Colin Kaepernick was throwing to him and is 6'3" weighing 249 pounds.

205. Seattle Seahawks select DL Lazarius Levingston. Out of LSU, Lazarius may have already won the "Best Name In The 2011 NFL Draft" contest. 

206. Buffalo Bills select DB Justin Rogers. Another defensive back for the Bills. Rogers is 5'11' and weighs 180 pounds. Rogers played at Richmond. 

207. Cincinnati Bengals select DB Korey Lindsey. Lindsey comes out of Southern Illinois so he stays in the midwest in Cincinnati.

208. New York Jets select QB Greg McElroy. I was wondering when he would go off the board. He has some more to be desired on the field but the guy is a winner leading Alabama. 

Rounds 4 through 7 of the NFL Draft all take place on Saturday afternoon. Stay tuned to this StoryStream for live draft results. For further reading, check out SB Nation's NFL Draft hub, where we have draft grades for the first two rounds and reactions from our team blogs. And if you need to catch up on results from previous rounds, here are the results from the first, second, third, fourth, fifth, and sixth rounds.

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NFL Draft 2011: Round 7 Pick Order And Results

On Saturday afternoon, the 2011 NFL Draft is set to conclude with the seventh and final round. Here is how the draft order looks:

204) Broncos (from Panthers through Packers)
205) Seahawks (from Broncos through Lions)
206) Bills
207) Bengals
208) Jets (from Cardinals)
209) Lions (from Browns through Seahawks)
210) Falcons (from Lions)
211) 49ers
212) Titans
213) Redskins
214) Texans
215) Vikings
216) Rams
217) Redskins (from Dolphins)
218) Packers (from Jaguars through Dolphins)
219) Patriots (from Raiders)
220) Cowboys (from Chargers)
221) Giants
222) Buccaneers
223) Chiefs
224) Redskins (from Colts)
225) Ravens (from Eagles)
226) Saints
227) Jets (from Seahawks through Eagles)
228) Rams (from Ravens)
229) Rams (from Falcons)
230) Falcons (from Patriots)
231) Dolphins (from Jets through Lions, 49ers and Packers)
232) Steelers
233) Packers
234) Chargers (compensatory)
235) Dolphins (compensatory)
236) Vikings (compensatory)
237) Eagles (compensatory)
238) Buccaneers (compensatory)
239) 49ers (compensatory)
240) Eagles (compensatory)
241) Raiders (compensatory)
242) Seahawks (compensatory)
243) Saints (compensatory)
244) Panthers (compensatory)
245) Bills (compensatory)
246) Bengals (compensatory)
247) Broncos (compensatory)
248) Browns (compensatory)
249) Cardinals (compensatory)
250) 49ers (compensatory)
251) Titans (compensatory)
252) Cowboys (compensatory)
253) Redskins (compensatory)
254) Texans (compensatory)

Rounds 4 through 7 of the NFL Draft all take place on Saturday afternoon. Stay tuned to this StoryStream for live draft results. For further reading, check out SB Nation's NFL Draft hub, where we have draft grades for the first two rounds and reactions from our team blogs. And if you need to catch up on results from previous rounds, here are the results from the first, second, third, fourth, fifth, and sixth rounds.

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