The Ottumwa Courier


May 13, 2014

2014 NFL Draft Selections


Seventh Round

216. Houston, Andre Hal, db, Vanderbilt.

217. Washington, Ted Bolser, te, Indiana.

218. Baltimore (from Cleveland), Michael Campanaro, wr, Wake Forest.

219. Oakland, T.J. Carrie, db, Ohio.

220. Minnesota (from Atlanta), Shamar Stephen, nt, UConn.

221. Buffalo (from Tampa Bay), Randell Johnson, lb, FAU.

222. Jacksonville, Storm Johnson, rb, UCF.

223. Minnesota, Brandon Watts, lb, Georgia Tech.

224. Philadelphia (from Buffalo), Beau Allen, dt, Wisconsin.

225. Minnesota (from New York Giants through Carolina), Jabari Price, db, North Carolina.

226. St. Louis, Michell Van Dyk, ot, Portland State.

227. Seattle (from Detroit), Kiero Small, rb, Arkansas.

228. Washington (from Tennessee), Zach Hocker, k, Arkansas.

229. Detroit (from Chicago through Dallas), Nate Freese, k, Boston College.

230. Pittsburgh, Rob Blanchflower, te, UMass.

231. Dallas, Ben Gardner, de, Stanford.

232. Indianapolis (from Baltimore), Ulrick John, ot, Georgia State.

233. New York Jets, Trevor Reilly, lb, Utah.

234. Miami, Terrence Fede, de, Marist.

235. Oakland (from Arizona), Shelby Harris, de, Illinois.

236. Green Bay, Jeff Janis, wr, Saginaw Valley State.

237. Buffalo (from Philadelphia), Seantrel Henderson, ot, Miami.

238. Dallas (from Kansas City), Will Smith, lb, Texas Tech.

239. Cincinnati, James Wright, wr, LSU.

240. San Diego, Tevin Reese, wr, Baylor.

241. St. Louis (from Indianapolis), Christian Bryant, db, Ohio State.

242. Denver (from New Orleans through San Francisco), Corey Nelson, lb, Oklahoma.

243. San Francisco (from Carolina), Kaleb Ramsey, de, Boston College.

244. New England, Jeremy Gallon, wr, Michigan.

245. San Francisco, Trey Millard, rb, Oklahoma.

246. Chicago (from Denver), Charles Leno, ot, Boise State.

247. Oakland (from Seattle), Jonathan Dowling, db, Western Kentucky.

248. x-Dallas, Ahmad Dixon, db, Baylor.

249. x-St. Louis, Michael Sam, de, Missouri.

250. x-St. Louis, Demetrius Rhaney, c, Tennessee State.

251. x-Dallas, Ken Bishop, dt, Northern Illinois.

252. x-Cincinnati, Lavelle Westbrooks, db, Georgia Southern.

253. x-Atlanta, Yawin Smallwood, lb, UConn.

254. x-Dallas, Terrance Mitchell, db, Oregon.

255. x-Atlanta, Tyler Starr, lb, South Dakota.

256. x-Houston, Lonnie Ballentine, db, Memphis.

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