Texans selected San Jose State RB Tyler Ervin with the No. 119 overall pick in the 2016 NFL draft.
Jets selected NC State CB Juston Burris with the No. 118 overall pick of the 2016 NFL draft.
Burris (6'0/212) spent his freshman year as the Wolfpack's nickel corner before starting his final three seasons. While he managed only three career INTs, Burris held opponents to one touchdown pass and a stingy 34.1% completion rate on throws into his coverage as a senior. Burris further helped himself at the Combine, running 4.53 with a 36 1/2-inch vertical and 10-foot-2 broad jump. Burris is a big, physical corner with the necessary traits to function in zone or press coverage. He has an outside chance to develop into a No. 2 cornerback with a year or two of development.
Rams selected South Carolina WR Pharoh Cooper with the No. 117 overall pick in the 2016 NFL draft.
Cooper (5'11/203) spent three seasons at South Carolina, earning first-team All-SEC as both a sophomore and junior before turning pro. An all-purpose playmaker, Cooper finished his career with a 138-2,163-18 (15.7 YPR) receiving line, 71-513-4 (7.23 YPC) rushing, and four passing TDs. Cooper also returned punts for the Gamecocks. Cooper did most of his offensive damage on manufactured touches -- a red flag on his NFL transition -- and he tested poorly, running 4.63 at South Carolina's Pro Day with a 30 1/2-inch vertical and 9-foot-10 broad jump. Cooper was an exciting college player who probably won't be nearly as exciting in the pros.
Colts selected Texas DT Hassan Ridgeway with the No. 116 overall pick in the 2016 NFL draft.
Ridgeway (6'3/303) made 18 college starts before turning pro one year early, wrapping his career with 18.5 tackles for loss and 9.5 sacks. He earned honorable mention All-Big 12 as a 2015 junior. Ridgeway has NFL talent, but his conditioning and stamina were problematic at Texas, and Ridgeway's production was diminished by nagging injuries. If Ridgeway gets himself in shape and stays healthy, he could prove one of the biggest steals in the draft.
Falcons selected Minnesota OLB De'Vondre Campbell with the No. 115 overall pick in the 2016 NFL draft.
Campbell (6'4/232) spent three seasons with the Gophers after a JUCO transfer, amassing 16 career tackles for loss across 27 starts. Muscle bound and body beautiful, Campbell had an excellent Combine with a 4.58 forty, 34-inch vertical and 9-foot-8 broad jump. While Campbell looks the part, his play recognition and instincts are severely lacking on game tape. He's a talented, high-ceiling special teams/outside linebacker prospect with a lot to learn.
Browns selected Auburn WR Ricardo Louis with the No. 114 overall pick in the 2016 NFL draft.
Bears traded with the Rams to select West Virginia LB Nick Kwiatkoski with the No. 113 selection.
The Rams receive picks No. 117 (4th) and No. 206 (6th). Kwiatkoski (6'2/243) made 38 starts for the Mountaineers, compiling 28 career tackles for loss, six interceptions, and three forced fumbles. He was named first-team All-Big Ten by the conference's coaches as a senior. Kwiatkoski helped himself in Indy, running 4.73 with a 10-foot broad jump and 32-inch vertical. A high school safety, Kwiatkoski made college starts at WILL, SAM, and MIKE linebacker and is an efficient tackler with some playmaking ability in coverage. Kwiatkoski will focus on special teams early, but he could make a run at defensive snaps in a year or two.
According to Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald, the Dolphins are open to retaining suspended DE Dion Jordan when he becomes reinstated.
The source told Salguero, "If he wants to play and shows us he loves football, why not?" Jordan, who missed all of last season after failing multiple drug tests, is eligible to petition the NFL for his reinstatement. Once he does that, Jordan will have to sit down with commissioner Roger Goodell and plead his case. The former No. 3 overall pick is not allowed to be in contact with the Dolphins during his suspension.