247. Jacksonville Jaguars: WR J’Mon Moore, Missouri
The Jacksonville Jaguars recently lost Allen Hurns, and even though they were able to acquire Donte Moncrief and re-sign Marquise Lee in free agency, a need still exists at wide receiver for the reigning AFC South champions.
In Round 7 of the NFL Draft, Missouri’s J’Mon Moore is a player who brings good value. He’s quick enough to get separation, and although his size is only average, he should be able to succeed in a limited role in the NFL.
248. Seattle Seahawks (via MIN): RB Bo Scarborough, Alabama
The most famous Alabama running back is far from the best. Although many mocks may have Bo Scarborough going earlier than this pick, there isn’t much of his game to like besides his size. He has power, but he doesn’t enhance the value of that power with vision or agility. As of now, he is a one-dimensional back who can only be productive in one specific role. If he works to hone his craft, that could change.
249. Cincinnati Bengals (via NE): OT Joe Noteboom, TCU
The Bengals’ offensive line looks a little bit better now that we’ve made it to Round 7 of the NFL Draft, but why stop the rebuild there? With a quality tackle still on the board, the Bengals can easily improve the depth of their offensive line with this pick, all the while nabbing a player who could be a future starter with some work.
250. Seattle Seahawks (from PHI via SEA and NE): OT Will Richardson, North Carolina State
Duane Brown and George Fant are quality offensive tackles. But one is old, and the other is coming off a major injury. Thus, it makes sense for the Seahawks to invest in a reserve tackle. Will Richardson fits the bill here, with stellar size and a well-rounded game. He’s one of the more pro-ready tackles in the NFL Draft. Off-field issues will push him back this far, but if he can straighten those out, he would be a great acquisition for Seattle.