2013 NFL Draft results Round 5: Denard Robinson joins Jaguars, wins hearts

Gregory Shamus

Round 5 of the 2013 NFL Draft saw several more big names fall. Denard Robinson may have won the round, however, falling to the Jaguars at No. 135 while being subjected to an excellent photobomb.

Round 5 of the 2013 NFL Draft served as an example that, though this year's draft class may not be great at the top, it still has excellent depth. The round opened up with the Kansas City Chiefs landing a potential steal in cornerback Sanders Commings.

Then Denard Robinson stole the show. He was the subject of an excellent photobomb after his selection by the Jacksonville Jaguars. Then, he gave a humble interview punctuated by Trey Wingo's awkward silence.

Robinson has the potential to play multiple positions with the Jags. It appears he'll start out as a change-of-pace running back, but he could slide in at wide receiver, quarterback and punt returner as needs dictate.

The round also saw the first punter and kicker taken. Here are the full results from Round 5 of the draft.

Pick Team Player Position School
134. Kansas City Chiefs Sanders Commings Cornerback Georgia
135. Jacksonville Jaguars Denard Robinson Running Back Michigan
136. Philadelphia Eagles Earl Wolff Safety NC State
137. Seattle Seahawks Jesse Williams Defensive Tackle Alabama
138. Seattle Seahawks Tharold Simon Cornerback LSU
139. Indianapolis Colts Montori Hughes Defensive Tackle Tennessee-Martin
140. Arizona Cardinals Stepfan Taylor Running Back Stanford
141. New York Jets Oday Aboushi Guard Virginia
142. Tennessee Titans Lavar Edwards Defensive End LSU
143. Buffalo Bills Jonathan Meeks Safety Clemson
144. New Orleans Saints Kenny Stills Wide Receiver Oklahoma
145. San Diego Chargers Steve Williams Cornerback California
146. Denver Broncos Quanterus Smith Defensive End Western Kentucky
147. Tampa Bay Buccaneers Steven Means Linebacker Buffalo
148. Carolina Panthers A.J. Klein Linebacker Iowa State
149. St. Louis Rams Brandon McGee Cornerback Miami
150. Pittsburgh Steelers Terry Hawthorne Cornerback Illinois
151. New York Giants Cooper Taylor Safety Richmond
152. Dallas Cowboys Joseph Randle Running Back Oklahoma State
153. Atlanta Falcons Stansly Maponga Defensive End TCU
154. Washington Redskins Chris Thompson Running Back Florida State
155. Minnesota Vikings Jeff Locke Punter UCLA
156. Cincinnati Bengals Tanner Hawkinson Offensive Tackle Kansas
157. San Francisco 49ers Quinton Dial Defensive End Alabama
158. Seattle Seahawks Luke Willson Tight End Rice
159. Green Bay Packers Micah Hyde Cornerback Iowa
160. St. Louis Rams Zac Stacy Running Back Vanderbilt
161. Denver Broncos Tavarres King Wide Receiver Georgia
162. Washington Redskins Brandon Jenkins Linebacker Florida State
163. Chicago Bears Jordan Mills Offensive Tackle Louisiana Tech
164. Miami Dolphins Mike Gillislee Running Back Florida
165. Detroit Lions Sam Martin Kicker Appalachian State
166. Miami Dolphins Caleb Sturgis Kicker Florida
167. Green Bay Packers Josh Boyd Defensive Tackle Mississippi State
168. Baltimore Ravens Ricky Wagner Offensive Tackle Wisconsin

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