NFL mock draft: We make every pick for all seven rounds

It's our favorite time of year. Time for the seven-round mock draft.

You know the drill. It's very ambitious, quite ridiculous, and just one heck of a good time.

Check it over, see what I have your team doing, then hit me with your thoughts on Twitter @Pschrags or email me at

We'll have a last-minute, first-round-only mock coming Thursday.

1. Los Angeles (7-9): Jared Goff, QB, Cal

As of now, Goff, and not Wentz, is the man for the Rams. The first true freshman to start a season opener at Cal since World War II, Goff will be the future face of the franchise in the NFL's second biggest media market, too. No mountain's too big for this kid. A slight frame, but good arm strength, good feet, and smart-decision making.

2. Philadelphia (7-9): Carson Wentz, QB, North Dakota State

The rumor is that the Eagles really wanted to draft Marcus Mariota a season ago and didn't offer enough to get him. They will get their guy this time around. Wentz may not be the starter on Day 1 in Philly, but that's OK. Neither was Donovan McNabb when he went second overall; current head coach Doug Pederson was under center for Philadelphia's first seven games in 1999.

3. San Diego (4-12): Laremy Tunsil, OT, Ole Miss

I've heard the Chargers have looked long and hard at Ronnie Stanley here, too. Jalen Ramsey and Joey Bosa could be immediate impact guys, but Tunsil's the pick. The Chargers won't overthink this. Protect the money, Philip Rivers.

4. Dallas (4-12): Ezekiel Elliott, RB, Ohio State

I know Dallas' top three pass rushers from a season ago all have issues or won't be there at the start of the 2016 season. And I know the Cowboys defensive backfield can use another young game-changer. But I'm still hearing Elliott. Dallas takes a huge swing and gets a running back that I've been told by an NFL GM is the best, "most sophisticated" prospect at the position to enter the league since Adrian Peterson.

5. Jacksonville (5-11): Jalen Ramsey, DB, Florida State

Gus Bradley's already added Malik Jackson, Prince Amukamara, and Tashaun Gipson, and gets Dante Fowler back to his defense this year. Ramsey is the top defensive player on many teams' boards this year. The Jags rebuild their defense in one offseason.

6. Baltimore (5-11): Ronnie Stanley, OT, Notre Dame

Stanley's the rare prospect in this draft class that could have been a top-10 pick a season ago and decided to come back to school for another go at a title in 2015. He's a premier left tackle in this class and an underrated run blocker. Great for what Baltimore needs.

7. San Francisco (5-11): Joey Bosa, DE, Ohio State

The 49ers have a great need for a pass rusher, and if Bosa is on the board at No. 7, they may just go for it. Bosa's not J.J. Watt, but he's as disruptive a pass rusher as there is in this draft. A wildcard to consider, here? Paxton Lynch.

8. Cleveland (3-13): Paxton Lynch, QB, Memphis

The Browns trade out of the No. 2 spot, pick up a haul, and still get their quarterback. I'm a lot higher on Lynch than most, and I get the feeling a few teams are too. Cleveland could be one of them. At 6-foot-7 and with good feet and a strong arm, he'd be a perfect fit for what Hue Jackson's looking to do. And if he can sit for a bit behind Robert Griffin III -- all the better.

9. Tampa Bay (6-10): DeForest Buckner, DE, Oregon

The Bucs cleaned up a year ago with the best rookie class in all of football. GM Jason Licht nailed it on the team's first four picks. If the Draft shook out this way, I can't see the Bucs passing on Buckner. He's 6-foot-7 with the biggest hands at the combine. He'd be an ideal fit next to Gerald McCoy on that Tampa Bay defensive line.

10. New York Giants (6-10): Leonard Floyd, OLB, Georgia

I keep hearing that the Giants' front office and coaching staff has a place in their hearts for Floyd. For all the additions the Giants made on defense, they still need an outside linebacker who can come off the edge.

11. Chicago (6-10): Jack Conklin, OT, Michigan State

The Bears need to address a lot of holes during this year's draft. Defense, defense, defense may seem like the top priorities, but Conklin sure would help solidify an offensive line that's been a shuffling deck the past few years.

12. New Orleans (7-9): Sheldon Rankins, DT, Louisville

Rankins was the biggest defensive star of the Senior Bowl and fulfills a real need for New Orleans. They are going defense. Rankins would make a whole lot of sense.

13. Miami (6-10): Eli Apple, CB, Ohio State

The Dolphins would love to get their hands on Ezekiel Elliott, but if he's not available and the 6-foot-1 Apple is there, this could be the guy. Tall, press corner. Good fit for what Vance Joseph is looking to do.

14. Oakland (7-9): Vernon Hargreaves, III, CB, Florida

Perhaps the most polished pure cornerback in the draft, the Raiders would scoop Hargreaves up if he slipped to No. 14. Oakland missed out on the Janoris Jenkins sweepstakes and got Sean Smith a few days later. Hargreaves could solidify the defensive backfield either as the starter or the No. 3 with this one.

15. Tennessee (3-13): Josh Doctson, WR, TCU

Marcus Mariota's their franchise quarterback and there's been some nice games out of Kendall Wright and Dorial Green-Beckham. But Doctson's something else. He's the top wide receiver on my board, and one that could be Mariota's go-to guy for years to come.

16. Detroit (7-9): Shaq Lawson, DE, Clemson

The Lions are under new stewardship with former Patriots staffer Bob Quinn in the saddle. New England was always big on the best player on their board, especially if he roamed the defensive line. Lawson trained with former Falcons defensive end Chuck Smith this offseason and can do some real damage. Good fit here, lining up opposite of Ziggy Ansah.

17. Atlanta (8-8): Darron Lee, OLB, Ohio State

It's a big draft for Atlanta. Lee can do it all, and in a world of undersized linebackers finding their place --€” and more --€” on an NFL defense, he could fit the prototype. Talented kid from a great program who'd help the Falcons right away.

18. Indianapolis (8-8): Taylor Decker, OT, Ohio State

Boring pick? Maybe. But the right one. Decker could work with Anthony Costanzo and the two of them could protect the most important asset in the league, Mr. Andrew Luck.

19. Buffalo (8-8): Myles Jack, LB, UCLA

Jack's a wildcard. I know his knee is a major concern for some teams, while others say it doesn't bother them as much. He'd be the perfect fit in Rex and Rob Ryan's defense, and I can imagine them doing flips if he slipped this far. Again, Jack could go top-five or second round. Seriously.

20. New York Jets (10-6): Jarran Reed, DT, Alabama

Started just about every game the past two years as a 3-4 DE for Alabama. Reed can plug the run, but also get to the quarterback. He can bench press 500 pounds and was the alpha dog on an alpha dog defense. "Snacks" Harrison is with the other team in East Rutherford and Muhammad Wilkerson's days in green could be numbered. The Jets reload on the D-line.

21. Washington (9-7): Ryan Kelly, C, Alabama

Kelly's the best interior lineman in this draft and could go as high as the top 15. I don't see the Redskins, who picked up a cornerback in Josh Norman for a cool $15 million a year a week ago, would let him slip past them on Thursday.

22. Houston (9-7): Karl Joseph, S, West Virginia

I'm told by a lot of folks around the NFL that Joseph is a first-round pick. Houston would be a great fit. Their safety position could use a kickstart. Joseph, coming off an injury, could be electric.

23. Minnesota (11-5): Laquon Treadwell, WR, Ole Miss

Treadwell's 4.65 40-yard dash time is a little bit of an eyesore, but better wide receivers have run slower times. Teddy Bridgewater isn't throwing many deep balls, anyway. The Vikings scoop him up if he's there.

24. Cincinnati (12-4): Corey Coleman, WR, Baylor

With Marvin Jones and Mohamed Sanu now gone, Cincinnati needs to find a number 2 for A.J. Green in this year's draft. The godson of 14-year NFL player Ray Crockett. A speed burner who scored 20 touchdowns in 2015. 5-10, 195 pounds, and a perfect complement to the No. 1. Coleman scored 20 touchdowns for the Bears in 2015.

25. Pittsburgh (10-6): William Jackson III, CB, Houston

I'm told the Steelers had a great dinner with Jackson after his Pro Day, one that included Kevin Colbert, Mike Tomlin, and defensive backs coach Carnell Lake. The Steelers need a corner. If Jackson's there, I like it.

26. Seattle (10-6): Le'Raven Clark, OT, Texas Tech

Talented player with a high ceiling. The Seahawks are going to look to rebuild an offensive line that got beat up last year in the playoffs. Clark's a late 1, early 2. I like him here.

27. Green Bay (10-6): Andrew Billings, DT, Baylor

If Billings slips to 27, the Packers would be awfully pleased. With B.J. Raji out, Billings could step in. A record-setting powerlifter who can stuff the run. Missed some time with an ankle injury. Could be a great fit in Dom Capers' 3-4.

28. Kansas City (11-5): Robert Nkemdiche, DT, Ole Miss

Nkemdiche was invited to the draft and I expect him to go in the first round. The off-the-field concerns are real question marks for teams, but he won't be the first defensive lineman in NFL history with a troubled past. Andy Reid can make it work.

29. Arizona (13-3): Noah Spence, OLB, Eastern Kentucky

There are off-the-field questions. I can't imagine a better locker room and coaching staff than this one. Spence has no shortage of talent and was one of Urban Meyer's top recruits before leaving Ohio State. GM Steve Keim has the golden touch. This would make a whole lot of sense.

30. Carolina (15-1): A'Shawn Robinson, DT, Alabama

Not particularly an area of need, but this team doesn't draft on need. Robinson's one of those hog-molly types GM Dave Gettleman can't resist. Do they need corners? Probably. Safeties? Sure. But they'll go best player on the board.

31. Denver (12-4): Connor Cook, QB, Michigan State

Cook slips to 31 and the Broncos take him. Until they have another veteran quarterback on the roster, I can't see them taking any other position in the first round.

NOTE: New England has no first-round pick.

32. Cleveland: Will Fuller, WR, Notre Dame

33. Tennessee: Reggie Ragland, LB, Alabama

34. Dallas: Christian Hackenberg, QB, Penn State

35. San Diego: Kevin Dodd, DE, Clemson

36. Baltimore: Emmanuel Ogbah, DE, Oklahoma State

37. San Francisco: Cody Whitehair, OG, Kansas State

38. Jacksonville: Jason Spriggs, OT, Indiana

39. Tampa Bay: Keanu Neal, S, Florida

40. New York Giants: Germain Ifedi, OT, Texas A&M

41. Chicago: Chris Jones, DT, Mississippi State

42. Miami: Su'a Cravens, S/LB, USC

43. Tennessee: Vernon Butler, DT, Louisiana Tech

44. Oakland: T.J. Green, S, Clemson

45. Tennessee: Kamalei Correa, OLB, Boise State

46. Detroit: Artie Burns, CB, Miami

47. New Orleans: Michael Thomas, WR, Ohio State

48. Indianapolis: Derrick Henry, RB, Alabama

49. Buffalo: Vonn Bell, S, Ohio State

50. Atlanta: Hunter Henry, TE, Arkansas

51. New York Jets: Shon Coleman, OT, Auburn

52. Houston: Sterling Shepard, WR, Oklahoma

53. Washington: Kenny Clark, DT, UCLA

54. Minnesota: Bronson Kaufusi, DE, BYU

55. Cincinnati: Mackensie Alexander, CB, Clemson

56. Seattle: Shilique Calhoun, DE, Michigan State

57. Green Bay: Jihad Ward, DE/DT, Illinois

58. Pittsburgh: Christian Westerman, G/C, Arizona State

59. Kansas City: Kendall Fuller, CB, Virginia Tech

60. New England: Joshua Perry, LB, Ohio State

61. New England: Joshua Garnett, OG, Stanford

62. Carolina: Jaylon Smith, LB, Notre Dame

63. Denver: Austin Johnson, DT, Penn State

64. Tennessee: Brandon Shell, OT, South Carolina

65. Cleveland: Jonathan Bullard, DE, Florida

66. San Diego: Nick Vannett, TE, Ohio State

67. Dallas: Maliek Collins, DT, Nebraska

68. San Francisco: Dak Prescott, QB, Mississippi State

69. Jacksonville: Ronald Blair, DE, Appalachian State

70. Baltimore: C.J. Prosise, RB, Notre Dame

71. New York Giants: Sean Davis, CB, Maryland

72. Chicago: Jordan Jenkins, OLB, Georgia

73. Miami: Kenneth Dixon, RB, Louisiana Tech

74. Tampa Bay: Evan Boehm, C/OG, Missouri

75. Oakland: Yannick Ngakoue, DE/OLB, Maryland

76. Tennessee: Max Tuerk, C/OG, USC

77. Cleveland: Braxton Miller, WR, Ohio State

78. New Orleans: Miles Killebrew, S, Southern Utah

79. Philadelphia: Nick Martin, C/G, Notre Dame

80. Buffalo: Austin Hooper, TE, Stanford

81. Atlanta: Isaac Seumalo, C/OG, Oregon State

82. Indianapolis: Cyrus Jones, CB, Alabama

83. New York Jets: Kyler Fackrell, LB, Utah State

84. Washington: Kenyan Drake, RB, Alabama

85. Houston: Quinton Jefferson, DT, Maryland

86. Minnesota: Hassan Ridgeway, DT, Texas

87. Cincinnati: Avery Young, OT, Auburn

88. Green Bay: Tyler Boyd, WR, Pittsburgh

89. Pittsburgh: Denver Kirkland, OT/OG, Arkansas

90. Seattle: Devontae Booker, RB, Utah

91. New England: Xavien Howard, CB, Baylor

92. Arizona: Javon Hargrave, DT, South Carolina State

93. Carolina: Deandre Elliott, CB, Colorado State

94. Denver: Ron Thompson, OLB/DE, Syracuse

95. Detroit: Caleb Benenoch, OT, UCLA

96. New England: Joe Dahl, OG, Washington State

97. Seattle: Kentrell Brothers, LB, Missouri

98. Denver: Jerald Hawkins, OG/OT, LSU

NOTE: Kansas City forfeited its second-round pick

99. Cleveland: Joe Haeg, OT, North Dakota State

100. Cleveland: Carl Nassib, DE, Penn State

101. Dallas: Dadi Nicolas, OLB, Virginia Tech

102. San Diego: Adam Gotsis, DT, Georgia Tech

103. Jacksonville: Ricardo Louis, WR, Auburn

104. Baltimore: Zack Sanchez, CB, Oklahoma

105. San Francisco: Aaron Burbridge, WR, Michigan State

106. Chicago: Nicholas Kwiatkowski, LB, West Virginia

107. Miami: Reed Odhiambo, OG, Boise State

108. Tampa Bay: Deion Jones, OLB, LSU

109. New York Giants: Leonte Carroo, WR, Rutgers

110. Los Angeles: Keyarris Garrett, WR, Tulsa

111. Detroit: Paul McRoberts, WR, SE Missouri State

112. New Orleans: Charles Tapper, DE, Oklahoma

113. Los Angeles: Adolphus Washington, DT, Ohio State

114. Oakland: Tyler Matakevich, LB, Temple

115. Atlanta: Justin Simmons, S, Boston College

116. Indianapolis: Scooby Wright, LB, Arizona

117. Buffalo: Kevin Hogan, QB, Stanford

118. New York Jets: Deandre Houston-Carson, S/CB, William & Mary

119. Houston: Rashard Higgins, WR, Colorado State

120. Washington: Travis Feeney, OLB, Washington

121. Minnesota: Tyler Ervin, RB, San Jose State

122. Cincinnati: Dillon Lee, LB, Alabama

123. Pittsburgh: Jayron Kearse, S, Clemson

124. Seattle: Deon Bush, S, Miami

125. Green Bay: Jerell Adams, TE, South Carolina

126. Kansas City: Blake Martinez, LB, Stanford

127. Chicago: Alex Collins, RB, Arkansas

128. Arizona: Jack Allen, C, Michigan State

129. Carolina: Jordan Howard, RB, Indiana

130. Baltimore: Tyvis Powell, S, Ohio State

131. Green Bay: Vadal Alexander, OT/OG, LSU

132. Baltimore: Nick Vigil, ILB, Utah State

133. San Francisco: Antonio Morrison, LB, Florida

134. Baltimore:

135. Dallas: Matt Judon, LB/DE, Grand Valley State

136. Denver: Dean Lowry, DE, Northwestern

137. Green Bay: Will Redmond, CB, Mississippi State

138. Cleveland: De'Vondre Campbell, LB, Minnesota

139. Buffalo: Terrance Smith, LB, Florida State

140. Tennessee: Sheldon Day, DT, Notre Dame

141. Cleveland: Eric Striker, LB, Oklahoma

142. San Francisco: Joseph Thuney, OG, North Carolina State

143. Oakland: Wendell Smallwood, RB, West Virginia

144. Denver: Tajae Sharpe, WR, UMass

145. San Francisco: Kolby Listenbee, WR, TCU

146. Jacksonville: Alexander Lewis, OT, Nebraska

147. Miami: James Cowser, DE, Southern Utah

148. Tampa Bay: David "D.J." Reader, DT, Clemson

149. New York Giants: Jeremy Cash, S, Duke

150. Chicago: Chris Mayes, DT, Georgia

151. Detroit: Juston Burris, CB, NC State

152. New Orleans: Cody Kessler, QB, USC

153. Philadelphia: Brandon Williams, CB, Texas A&M

154. Oakland: William Henry, DT, Michigan

155. Indianapolis: Joel Heath, DT, Michigan State

156. Buffalo: James Bradberry, CB, Samford

157. Denver: Clayton Fejedelm, S, Illinois

158. Washington: Connor McGovern, OT/OG, Missouri

159. Houston: DeAndre Washington, RB, Texas Tech

160. Minnesota: Graham Glasgow, OT, Michigan

161. Cincinnati: Kelvin Taylor, RB, Florida

162. Kansas City: Pharoh Cooper, WR, South Carolina

163. Green Bay: Nile Lawrence-Stample, DT, Florida State

164. Philadelphia: Anthony Zettel, DT, Penn State

165. Kansas City: Matt Ioannidis, DT, Temple

166. Houston: Sterling Bailey, DE, Georgia

167. Arizona: Dominique Robertson, OT, West Georgia

168. Arizona: Cardale Jones, QB, Ohio State

169. Detroit: Tavon Young, CB, Temple

170. Arizona: Joe Schobert, LB, Wisconsin

171. Seattle: Tyler Marz, OG/OT, Wisconsin

172. Cleveland: Matt Skura, C, Duke

173. Cleveland: Silverberry Mouhon, DE, Cincinnati

174. San Francisco: Kyle Murphy, OT, Stanford

175. San Diego: Thomas Duarte, TE/WR, UCLA

176. Cleveland: Willie Beavers, OG/OT, Western Michigan

177. Los Angeles: Kevin Byard, S, Middle Tennseee

178. San Francisco: Ben Braunecker, TE, Harvard

179. San Diego: Roberto Aguayo, K, Florida State

180. Minnesota: John Theus, OT, Georgia

181. Jacksonville: Cole Toner, OT, Harvard

182. Baltimore: Daniel Lasco, RB, California

183. Tampa Bay: Prince Charles Iworah, CB, Western Kentucky

184. New York Giants: Kenny Lawler, WR, California

185. Chicago: Brandon Allen, QB, Arkansas

186. Miami: Geronimo Allison, WR, Illinois

187. Washington: Chris Moore, WR, Cincinnati

188. Philadelphia: Jimmy Bean, OLB/DT, Oklahoma State

189. Dallas: Jacob Brendel, OG/C, UCLA

190. Los Angeles: Jason Fanaika, DE, Utah

191. Detroit: Pearce Slater, OT, San Diego State

192. Buffalo: Romeo Okwara, LB, Notre Dame

193. Tennessee: Halapoulivaati Vaitai, OT, TCU

194. Oakland: Tyler Higbee, TE, Western Kentucky

195. Houston: Daryl Worley, CB, West Virginia

196. New England: Taveze Calhoun, CB, Mississippi State

197. Tampa Bay: LeShaun Sims, CB, Southern Utah

198. San Diego: Harlan Miller, DB, Southeast Louisiana

199. Cincinnati: Connor Wujciak, DT, Boston College

200. Green Bay: Josh Ferguson, RB, Illinois

201. Jacksonville: Jalen Mills, S, LSU

202. Detroit: Trenton Matthews, S, Colorado State

203. Kansas City: Marquez North, WR, Tennessee

204. New England: Trevor Davis, WR, California

205. Arizona: Ryan Smith, CB, North Carolina Central

206. Chicago: KeiVarae Russell, CB, Notre Dame

207. San Francisco: Tyrone Holmes, OLB, Montana

208. New England: Victor Ochi, DE/OLB, Stony Brook

209. Baltimore: Jake Rudock, QB, Michigan

210: Detroit: Darius Latham, DT, Indiana

211: San Francisco: Aaron Green, RB, TCU

212: Dallas: Derrick Kindred, S, TCU

213: San Francisco: Joe Gore, OT, Clemson

214: New England: Keenan Reynolds, QB/RB, Navy

215: Seattle: Glenn Gronkowski, FB, Kansas State

216: Dallas: Landon Turner, OG, North Carolina

217: Dallas: Jalen Richard, RB, Southern Miss

218: Buffalo: Zac Brooks, RB, Clemson

219: Denver: Terrell Lathan, DE, TCU

220: Pittsburgh: Brandon Doughty, QB, Western Kentucky

221. New England: Joel Stave, QB, Wisconsin

222. Tennessee: Drew Ott, DE, Iowa

223. Cleveland: Keith Marshall, RB, Georgia

224. San Diego: Roger Lewis, WR, Bowling Green

225. Seattle: Cassanova McKinzy, LB, Auburn

226. Jacksonville: Dominique Alexander, LB, Oklahoma

227. Miami: Devon Cajuste, WR, Stanford

228. Denver: Bryce Williams, TE, East Carolina

229. Pittsburgh: Kyle Carter, TE, Penn State

230. Chicago: Trae Elston, S, Ole Miss

231. Miami: Jordan Lomax, S, Iowa

232. Washington: Eric Murray, CB, Minnesota

233. Philadelphia: Kalan Reed, CB, Southern Miss

234. Oakland: David Onyemata, DT, Manitoba

235. New York Jets: Darius Jackson, RB, Eastern Washington

236. Detroit: Vernon Adams, QB, Oregon

237. New Orleans: Ian Seau, OLB, Nevada

238. Atlanta: Jatavis Brown, LB, Akron

239. Indianapolis: Lawrence Thomas, DE, Michigan State

240. Minnesota: Malcolm Mitchell, WR, Georgia

241. New York Jets: Rashard Robinson, CB, LSU

242. Washington: D.J. White, CB, Georgia Tech

243. New England: Anthony Brown, CB, Purdue

244. Minnesota: Drew Iddings, DE, South Dakota

245. Cincinnati: Nelson Spruce, WR, Colorado

246. Pittsburgh: Ray Robertson-Harris, DE, UTEP

247. Seattle: Antoine Williams, LB, Georgia Southern

248. Green Bay: B.J. Goodson, LB, Clemson

249. Kansas City: David Mims, CB, Texas State

250. New England: Antwaun Woods, DT, USC

251. Philadelphia: Jason Whittingham, LB, Utah

252. Carolina: Bralon Addison, WR, Oregon

253. Denver: Stephen Anderson, RB, California