We're officially in the seventh and final round of the 2013 NFL Draft. Each team is now grabbing players to add depth or for competition on their rosters, but many of the selections made at this point in the draft will struggle to ever see an NFL field. The Jaguars selected two cornerbacks in Jeremy Harris and Demetrius McCray, the Raiders grabbed Bruce Butler, the Lions selected Michael Williams and the Eagles grabbed Joe Kruger.
Here's a look at picks 208 through 212:
208. Jacksonville Jaguars: Jeremy Harris, CB, New Mexico State, 6'3, 181 pounds
The Jaguars added some depth at the cornerback position early in the seventh round with New Mexico State's Jeremy Harris. Harris ran a 4.48 at the university's pro day and will likely fight for a spot in the secondary as well as on special teams.
209. Oakland Raiders: Bruce Butler, WR, SDSU, 6'3, 214 pounds
The Raiders added Butler, a wide receiver out of San Diego State. He's a big target for Matt Flynn. He has size, good straight-line speed and he can jump up and get the ball. However, some believe he hasn't quite pulled everything together quite yet.
210. Jacksonville Jaguars: Demetrius McCray, CB, Appalachian State, 6'1, 187 pounds
McCray picked off four passes in his final season at Appalachian State. He will likely fight with Harris for a roster spot and will likely contribute more on special teams early if he makes the team.
211. Detroit Lions: Michael Williams, TE, Alabama, 6'5, 278 pounds
Williams is a good blocker and is built somewhat like a smaller offensive tackle. He doesn't have great speed for the tight end position, but he has soft hands and can be a solid red zone target for Matthew Stafford.
212. Philadelphia Eagles: Joe Kruger, DE, Utah, 6'6, 269 pounds
Kruger is a big and athletic defensive end. He's quick off the line and has the potential to be a solid pass rusher. He's very raw and will have to improve his technique at the next level with the Eagles.