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Bryan Stork, Bruce Ellington, Ross Cockrell drafted

Patriots selected FSU C Bryan Stork at  No. 105

49ers selected South Carolina WR Bruce Ellington at No. 106

Raiders selected Louisiana Tech DT Justin Ellis at No. 107

Seahawks selected UCLA DE Cassius Marsh at No. 108

Bills selected Duke CB Ross Cockrell at No. 109

Cockrell was a technically-sound corner who thrived at breaking up passes thanks to his quick hands and ball skills. He finished his college career with 12 interceptions and 53 pass breakups and was First-Team All-ACC in 2013.

Perhaps the highlight of his career came in Duke’s last game of this past season, the Chick-fil-A Bowl, where Cockrell was matched up with highly touted Mike Evans and held him to 72 yards and zero touchdowns on four receptions, the same Evans who went No. 7 overall to the Buccaneers.