Patriots.com has more detail; I'm providing capsule quotes (everything below is from that page). 7: Keith Rivers, LB, USC We're making this pick under the assumption that Ohio State's Vernon Gholston will have already been taken. If that's the case, Rivers is a more-than-suitable consolation prize. 62: Tracy Porter, CB, Indiana A tough, physical corner who excels in man-to-man coverage. 69: John Carlson, TE, Notre Dame Carlson possesses all the skills to be a productive NFL tight end. He has soft hands and is an underrated blocker. 94: Jason Jones, DE, Eastern Michigan At 6-5, 273, Jones has the size and athleticism to make the switch to outside linebacker in New England's 3-4 defense. 129: Harry Douglas, WR, Louisville He was Louisville's version of Wes Welker, always making big receptions when the team needed a first-down. 164: Jonathan Goff, LB, Vanderbilt Goff (6-2, 245) is a two-down thumper in the Ted Johnson mold. 197: Colt Brennan, QB, Hawaii Brennan should be available at this point because of the stigma of playing in the run-and-shoot offense and performing poorly at the Senior Bowl. 238: Zachary Bowman, CB, Nebraska A talented but star-crossed player, he suffered major knee injuries in back-to-back seasons, yet still managed to run a 4.39 40 at the Combine.