NFL Draft Recap - Rounds 4-7
Josh Boyce, WR, NE - Boyce has just average size, but he could serve as the team's deep threat if he impresses in camp.
Chris Harper, WR, SEA - A big, athletic receiver, Harper makes an ideal red-zone target for Russell Wilson. Considering how injury prone Sidney Rice and Percy Harvin are, Harper has a chance to be a factor this season.
Jonathan Franklin, RB, GB - The Packers took Eddie Lacy in Round 2, but Lacy has durability concerns, and chances are the two will battle it out in camp (along with some incumbents).
Zac Stacy, RB, STL - With Steven Jackson in Atlanta, Stacy would only need to beat out Isaiah Pead and Darryl Richardson for touches. Stacy is more of a power back than either, and he could wind up seeing some goal-line looks even if he doesn't win the job outright.
Mike Gillislee, RB, MIA - Gillislee isn't a special prospect, but the Dolphins have no established depth at running back and the backs they do have (Daniel Thomas/Lamar Miller) are not especially durable.
Corey Fuller, WR, DET - No team throws more often than Detroit, and few teams are as thin once you get past their No. 1 WR. Fuller has good size and speed, and could see work if Nate Burleson shows his age and/or Ryan Broyles takes awhile to get up to speed.
Justin Brown, WR, PIT - The 6-2 Brown stands out among Pittsburgh's small, quick receivers and could find his skill set in demand, especially with Heath Miller not expected to be 100 percent healthy for the start of the year.