How have you been enjoying the first entirely online NFL Draft? In Round 1, we tried to break down every pick. Round 2, we zeroed in on the fantasy relevant picks. For rounds 3-7 though we’re going to try and recap each round with the most fantasy relevant selections and highlights.

Here are the notable picks in Round 7.

No. 217 San Francisco 49ers select Tennessee WR Jauan Jennings

A converted quarterback into a receiver in the college game. His big size serves him well as a wideout but he lacks the speed to be a downfield threat. Short yardage situations and red zone is where we’d likely see Jennings in his rookie season.

No. 220 Los Angeles Chargers pick up Ohio State WR KJ Hill

In need of more pass receivers, the Chargers picked up Ohio State’s possession receiver for the last four years. He finished his time with the Buckeyes with 201 receptions for 2,332 yards and 20 touchdowns. He’ll translate into the NFL as a slot receiver and help move the chains, but a downfield threat he is not.

No. 222 Arizona Cardinals pick Arizona State RB Eno Benjamin

Benjamin is the lone skills player that the Cardinals picked in the draft. Has nice moves to avoid tackles and can catch the ball too, which is what the Cardinals prefer in their backs now. He’ll compete with Chase Edmonds for snaps.

No. 224 Tennessee Titans select Hawai’i QB Cole McDonald

Ryan Tannehill is firmly in the driver’s seat of the Titans’ offense. But with Marcus Mariota out of the building, the Titans needed new bodies in the quarterback room.

No. 226 Chicago Bears select Colorado T Arlington Hambright

Kyle Long spent another season on the sideline injured and the result was a veteran offensive line that underachieved. It’s time to get some new blood and coach them up.

No. 227 Chicago Bears select Tennessee State G Lachavious Simmons

Kyle Long spent another season on the sideline injured and the result was a veteran offensive line that underachieved. It’s time to get some new blood and coach them up.

No. 230 New England Patriots pick Memphis C Dustin Woodard

You can never overlook a low-round offensive line pick by the Patriots as they always manage to turn a nobody into somebody. It’s clear that Bill Belichick and Nick Caserio had a strategy to address the defense, the offensive line and their tight ends with the draft.

No. 231 Dallas Cowboys pick James Madison QB Ben DiNucci

DiNucci was redshirted in his first season (2015) and then he played two seasons at Pitt before transferring to James Madison. where he started 29 games, completed 70 percent of his passes for a total of 5,716 and 45 touchdowns (29 in 2019). Cooper Rush is currently Dak Prescott’s backup but DiNucci is going to compete.

No. 240 New Orleans Saints select Mississippi State QB Tommy Stevens

A contrast to Drew Brees, Stevens, who transferred to MSU after four years with Penn State, stands at 6-5 and is athletic like Taysom Hill, but perhaps another project for Sean Payton in case Hill leaves the house.

No. 244 Minnesota Vikings select Iowa QB Nate Stanley

Hey, it’s backup quarterback time. Stanley is a solid three-year starter at Iowa who averaged just under 3,000 passing yards in each of those seasons. He completed only 58.3 percent f his passes and had a down years statistically in 2019, but still finished his career with 68 touchdowns.

No. 245 Tampa Bay Buccaneers select Louisiana RB Raymond Calais

The Bucs add a speedy running back with 4.42 speed (third-fasted in RB group at the Combine) with big explosion that translates to the games.

No. 246 Miami Dolphins select Navy QB/RB/WR Malcolm Perry

An elusive hybrid player who has played quarterback in RPO type play sets, but has also played slot and running back. Will likely contribute early as a third down back or in RPO packages, but Perry can play, the big question for the Dolphins is where?

No. 248 Los Angeles Rams select Miami (Oh) PK Sam Sloman

Kicked in the MAC Conference and in four seasons was 112-of-115 extra points. Since becoming a starter in 2017, Sloman converted 48-of-60 field goals to finish with a 80 percent conversion rate. Greg Zuerlein left in free agency to the Cowboys and so Sloman will battle Lirim Hajrullahu for the job. 

No. 250 Los Angeles Rams select Clemson G Tremayne Anchrum

Anchrum doesn’t have the height or length to play the edge and will factor as an interior lineman to develop.

No. 251 Seattle Seahawks pick LSU TE Stephen Sullivan

Seahawks pick another tight end, this time it’s another LSU product, the final one of the draft. Sullivan clocked the second-fastest 40 for tight ends in combine history. He only had 12 catches for 139 yards in his senior year (he converted from wide receiver) but he somehow was picked instead of Thaddeus Moss.

No. 253 Denver Broncos pick Florida WR Tyrie Cleveland

The Broncos just keep adding talent on offense and it will be hard not to be hyped with where they’re headed. Cleveland has size and you can’t catch that. Everything else though needs to be coached up and made consistent. We’d look at Cleveland being a two or three year project, given the class of receivers that has joined this squad in this draft.

And that wraps up our live draft coverage. Thanks for reading and stay safe wherever you are!