Spencer Hall analyzes each pick from Round 7 of the 2017 NFL Draft, grading each team on its draft-night selections. Refresh this page during the round for the latest grades.

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2017 NFL Draft Round 7
219 B+

Vikings select: Stacey Coley, WR, Miami
A fast WR who excels at the deep ball and tracking the ball in the air, with return ability, but durability concerns exist as well.  

220 C+

Vikings select: Ifeadi Odenigbo, DE, Northwestern
A very raw pass rushing prospect who is still new to the game. A developmental edge player for the Vikings.

221 D+
Raiders select: Shalom Luani, SS, Washington State  

Honored as a first team All-Pac 12 safety prospect with good ball skills, but will need time to develop further before he see's playing time as a professional.  

222 A+
Jaguars select: Jalen Myrick, CB, Minnesota
Shorter than ideal, Myrick can fly with a recorded 4.28 40 time at the combine. He can keep up with receivers downfield and loves to compete. Great value in the seventh round.
Buccaneers select: Stevie Tu'ikolovatu, DT, Southern California
A big, strong run-stuffing DT prospect with little pass rush ability and will be a 25-year-old rookie.

Browns select: Zane Gonzalez, K, Arizona State 
Browns snag the best kicker prospect in this draft. 

225 A+

Chargers select: Isaac Rochell, DE, Notre Dame 
A very athletic DL with high character and a motor that always runs hot. Very good value in round 7. 

226 D

Seahawks select: David Moore, WR, East Central  
A little-known WR prospect with good size and speed. He will have a chance to earn a roster spot with the Hawks, but may need time on the practice squad. 

227 C

Titans select: Josh Carraway, DE, TCU
Developmental pass rusher who produced 17 sacks in the last two years with poor run defense skills....will need to contribute on special teams. 

228 D

Cowboys select: Joey Ivie, DT, Florida
An inconsistent DT prospect that will need time to develop....likely career backup with reliable character. 

229 D

49ers select: Adrian Colbert, CB, Miami
A part-time player who has good athleticism and speed, but durability concerns exist and will have to contribute on special teams to earn a roster spot.

230 A

Redskins select: Josh Harvey-Clemons, S, Louisville 
A Safety prospect with rare height (6'4") and length (82 5/6" wingspan), with experience dropping down into the box acting as a LB. Good depth pick and great value in the 7th round.

231 B

Raiders select: Jylan Ware, OT, Alabama State 
A three year starter with an NFL frame at 6'7" and 317 pounds, Ware is a developmental OT prospect with high upside.. 

232 C+

Vikings select: Elijah Lee, OLB, Kansas State 
A very fast LB prospect with good production, less than ideal strength, and a lack of natural feel for coverage. Likely a special teamer as he continues to develop. 

233 B-

Panthers select: Harrison Butker, K, Georgia Tech 
Need a kicker, draft a kicker....good for the Panthers.

234 B+

Rams select: Ejuan Price, OLB, Pitt
Offenses should've charged rent with over 50 percent of his tackles coming in the backfield in 2016….several medical red flags, though. 

235 D

Redskins select: Joshua Holsey, CB, Auburn 
An SEC CB prospect with 4.48 speed and will likely need to contribute on special teams as he develops.

236 C+

Titans select: Brad Seaton, OT, Villanova 
A tall OT prospect with good athleticism ....another quality depth OL for the Titans. 

237 A+

Dolphins select: Isaiah Ford, WR, Virginia Tech 
A WR prospect with less than ideal speed, but put up back-to-back 1,000 yard seasons and gets seperation with his quickness giving his QB windows to throw in. Very good value late in the 7th.

238 D

Broncos select: Devante Mays, RB, Utah State 
A big bruising RB prospect with some durability concerns but he's 21st all time in rushing at Utah State

239 B+

Cowboys select: Noah Brown, WR, Ohio State
A raw WR prospect with good size and strength with limited experience and needed route running development. Depth pick late for Cowboys. 

240 D-

Jaguars select: Marquez Williams, FB, Florida 
A redshirt senior and big boy for a FB at 280 pounds.

241 D+

Titans select: Khalfani Muhammad, RB, California
A fast undersized RB prospect with return ability and some receiving ability out of the backfield as well.

242 C-

Raiders select: Elijah Hood, RB, North Carolina 
A tough downhill runner who lives between the tackles. A depth RB selection to backup Beast Mode. 

243 B-

Texans select: Kyle Fuller, C, Baylor
A three-year starter at center for the Bears, Fuller has the size and length. Depth OL pick for the Texans. 

244 B+

Raiders select: Treyvon Hester, DT, Toledo 
A four-year starter and hard worker. Lost 20 pounds before his senior season, increasing his conditioning and was named a senior captain. Good value here late.

245 C+

Chiefs select: Jack Tocho, CB, North Carolina State 
An average athlete for the position, Tocho is a smart and motivated prospect that may require a transition to safety in order to play in an NFL secondary. 

246 C+

Cowboys select: Jordan Carrel, DT, Colorado 
A DT prospect and 2016 Honorable Mention All-Pac-12. Quality depth pick for the Boys. 

247 D

Packers select: Malachi Dupre, WR, LSU 
A likely depth WR prospect with good speed/athleticism, but needs to develop in several areas and will need time before seeing an NFL field. 

248 C

Steelers select: Keion Adams, DE, Western Michigan 
A DE prospect who earned Second Team All-MAC honors and is a good fit as a DE in Pittsburgh's 3-4 front. 

249 D-

Seahawks select: Chris Carson, RB, Oklahoma State
A determined runner who runs through defenders and can carve out a role as a short yardage back Limited potential, but can get the tough yards. 

250 B+

Lions select: Pat O'Conner, DE, Eastern Michigan 
A three-year starter with good production attaining 28.5 tackles for loss and 16 sacks in his last two seasons. Quality depth DE for the Lions at the end of Round 7. 

251 C-

Bengals select: Mason Schreck, TE, Buffalo 
A jack of all trades and master of none with good athleticism. Another depth TE for the Bengals. 

252 C-

Broncos select: Matthew Dayes, RB, NC State 
A RB prospect with average build and athleticism, but good receiving ability out of the backfield and pass protection ability. Great value in round 7 for the Browns.

253 B+

Broncos select: Chad Kelly, QB, Ole Miss
Chad "Swag" Kelly gets a new nickname he'll never be able to shake: "MR IRRELEVANT!" A developmental QB prospect with several red flags.