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PostPosted: Tue May 07, 2013 1:39 pm    Post subject: ark23's Way Too Early 2014 NFL Mock Draft Reply with quote

*Don't pay much attention to the order, just done quickly obviously most people won't be happy with it
*Didn't look in-depth into team tendencies, etc.. considering it's a year out.

UNDERCLASSMEN DECLARING
QB: Brett Hundley (UCLA), Marcus Mariota (Oregon), Teddy Bridgewater (Louisville), Bo Wallace (Ole Miss)
RB: Malcolm Brown (Texas), Ka'Deem Carey (Arizona), Jay Ajayi (Boise State), Ameer Abdullah (Nebraska), Lache Seastrunk (Baylor), Adam Muema (SDSU), De'Anthony Thomas (Oregon)
WR: Marqise Lee (USC), Sammy Watkins (Clemson), Brandon Coleman (Rutgers), Kenny Bell (Nebraska), Allen Robinson (Penn State), Davante Adams (Fresno State), Sean Price (Appy State)
TE: Austin Seferian-Jenkins (Washington), Richard Rogers (Cal), Colt Lyerla (Oregon)
OL: Tiny Richardson (Tennessee), Eric Lefeld (Cincy), Cam Erving (Florida State), David Yankey (Stanford), Xavier Sua-Filo (UCLA), Donovan Smith (Penn State)
DE: Scott Crichton (Oregon State), Jadaveon Clowney (South Carolina), Stephon Tuitt (ND), DeMarcus Lawrence (Boise State), Kony Ealy (Mizzou)
DT: Louis Nix (Notre Dame), Timmy Jernigan (Florida State), Anthony Johnson (LSU), Kelcy Quarles (South Carolina)
LB: Ryan Shazier (Ohio State), Adrian Hubbard (Bama), Josh Shirley (Washington), A.J. Johnson (Tennessee), Yamin Smallwood (UConn)
CB: Bradley Roby (Ohio State), Louchiez Purifoy (Florida), Quandre Diggs (Texas), Demetrious Nicholson (Virginia)
S: Ha-Ha Clinton-Dix (Bama), Tevin McDonald (Eastern Washington), Ed Reynolds (Stanford)


1. Oakland Raiders Select: Teddy Bridgewater / QB / Louisville
- If the Raiders are selecting here, it's quite clear the Matt Flynn experiment didn't work out. While Terrelle Pryor is physically gifted he's best suited to a role as a backup or even third stringer. Bridgewater has the arm strength and anticipation necessary to be a successful QB and is scheme diverse - meaning even if Dennis Allen is gone and a new offense is installed he could still be the pick. Clowney certainly makes sense, but Reggie McKenzie knows well that if you don't have a QB nothing else matters in this league.

2. New York Jets Select: Jadeveon Clowney / DE / South Carolina
- An ideal situation for the Jets, Clowney is the consensus top prospect for next year and with good reason. He's got incredible upper body strength, raw power and burst off the line all at 270 pounds. With a season like this Rex Ryan would likely be gone and whether or not the Jets stuck with a 3-4 or moved to a 4-3 (as they appear to be already doing) Clowney fits the bill as the best player available. I expect Geno to sit for this upcoming season and I don't think Idzik will give up on him without allowing him a chance to prove his worth, ruling out QB's like Mariota and Hundley. While the Jets do have Quinton Coples, they lack other edge rushers and Clowney is also BPA; for a BPA drafter like Idzik this is best case scenario.

3. Jacksonville Jaguars Select: Marcus Mariota / QB / Oregon
- Mariota is a somewhat divisive player at this point and time but I think he is the number two behind Bridgewater. With great height, impressive athletic ability and underrated arm strength Mariota has the tools to be succesful, he simply needs some refinement. If the Jags are picking here at three they need a QB, no doubt about it - the Blaine Gabbert experiment has failed. I anticipate David Caldwell to stay true to his needs based drafting philosophy and take their biggest need - a QB.

4. Buffalo Bills Select: Tiny Richardson / OT / Tennessee
- A 6'6/330 pound dancing bear on the edge, Tiny Richardson might have been the most overlooked offensive lineman in the nation last year. He's a very good athlete with broad shoulders, long arms and the functional strength to be an impact run blocker while showing the quick feet and ability to redirect that make him elite in the pass game. The Bills do have Cordy Glenn, but he might be better suited to playing inside at OG - especially with Eric Wood a free agent and the other two projected starters Kraig Urbik and David Snow. The interior wasn't addressed in the draft and by taking Richardson here the Bills can upgrade the interior line while also upgrading at the left tackle position. Tight End is a huge need but this is way too high for Lyerla or Seferian-Jenkins.

5. Tennessee Titans Select: Brett Hundley / QB / UCLA
- If the Titans are picking at six, well Jake Locker's time is up. He's been given ample opportunity and with another bad season it's hard to see Ruston Webster and the Titans willingly giving Locker another shot. Lucky for them this is a strong QB class, and Brett Hundley is worth this pick. He's a good athlete with nice touch and ball placement. His consistency certainly needs work and I don't think he has a great arm but his quick feet, compact release and impressive ball placement on shorter passes seem to impress many. Don't be shocked if he has another big season and ends up going in the top ten of the 2014 draft.

6. San Diego Chargers Select: Taylor Lewan / OT / Michigan
- The Chargers did add D.J. Fluker this past season but frankly, Fluker may be best suited to play inside at offensive guard and even if not, he's a right tackle only in the NFL. With King Dunlap the likely LT for this team going into this season, it's hard to imagine that the position won't be ripe for an upgrade if Philip Rivers has any chance at being successful, and Lewan can provide that. With a massive frame and long arms, Lewan shows a mean streak in the run game and plus athletic ability on the edge, making him an elite offensive tackle in this draft and someone with the ability to play on the left side for years to come.

7. Indianapolis Colts Select: Ha-Ha Clinton Dix / S / Alabama
- While this certainly seems high for Clinton Dix, don't be shocked if he goes in the top ten come next season. Physically gifted and showing impressive range and ball skills the Bama safety has played a lot as the third safety on the depth chart and will step into a starring role this season, and I expect big things from him. The Colts lose Antoine Bethea after this season and will likely need to replace him, especially in today's increasingly pass-happy NFL. Ha-Ha will do the job here at pick seven.

8. Arizona Cardinals Select: Anthony Barr / OLB / UCLA
- Right now the Cardinals lack any sort of dynamic pass rushers off the edge, and arguably their top one - O'Brien Schofield - is a free agent after this upcoming season. Anthony Barr can help remedy that, a converted RB with fluidity, burst and flexibility to run the arc, he's a natural pass rusher with a high ceiling that should appeal to Steve Keim.

9. Dallas Cowboys Select: Anthony Johnson / DT / LSU
- The Cowboys, with the switch to Monte Kiffin's tampa-2 43 scheme have some adjusting to do, and it won't only be a one year process. Jason Hatcher is a free agent after this upcoming season, as is Josh Brent. Even Jay Ratliff is 31 and the position wasn't upgraded this offseason. Johnson is an LSU player (Jerry will love that) who flashed last year on that incredibly talented line playing next to three NFLer's, and arguably showing the most potential. With great burst and ability to be a disruptive force at 300 pounds he can play the one or the three tech and is a force along the interior line.

10. Detroit Lions Select: Jake Matthews / OT / Texas A&M
- Martin Mayhew consistently values the trenches highly and if the Lions are picking here, even if Mayhew is no longer the GM, it's clear that Riley Reiff and Jason Fox probably didn't do the job the Lions hoped they would protecting Matt Stafford. Some thought Matthews was a better prospect than Joeckel this past season for A&M, and no question he's a good athlete on the edge who is fundamentally sound showing light feet and the ability to mirror on the edge while consistently getting into the second level in the run game. In the pass heavy attack of the Lions, Matthews is a perfect fit and can be an impact player improving the Lions offense.

11. Minnesota Vikings Select: Stephen Morris / QB / Miami
- Certainly right now this pick seems like a reach, but I think Morris may end up as the top senior QB in this draft class. With a big arm and experience in a pro-style attack, running a complex scheme Morris has high upside and if the Vikings are picking here it seems likely that the Christian Ponder era is likely finished. Morris fills that need at the Quarterback position and he can maximize the ability of Cordarrelle Patterson and Greg Jennings on the outside while taking away the eight man boxes the Vikings are used to facing.

12. Carolina Panthers Select: Cam Erving / OT / Florida State
- Erving is a bit under the radar but I think he's due for a big season, after an impressive performance last year in his first on the offensive side of the ball, starting at left tackle. The Florida State product is a converted defensive tackle and at 6'6/310 he has the ideal frame to be a left tackle in the NFL. With quick feet and a knowledge of defensive line technique he is still learning the position, and his ceiling is through the roof. The Panthers need to improve at OT and with Jordan Gross 32 and Bruce Campbell, Byron Bell and Gross free agents after the upcoming season adding someone like Erving can fill a hole on the roster.

13. Cleveland Browns Select: Bradley Roby / CB / Ohio State
- While the Browns drafted Leon McFadden this year, he's better suited to a slot corner role, and I don't think he has the long speed to succeed on the outside in the NFL. Well Roby doesn't have that problem. With 4.3 speed, playmaking ability and fluid hips Roby combines natural coverage ability with a physical nature, showing that not only can he take away half the field but can also set the edge in the run game and blitz off the edge. He compliments Joe Haden well and can play the slot and outside - filling a hole on the Browns roster. And we know how highly Joe Banner and Michael Lombardi have valued defensive backs in their past jobs.

14. Tampa Bay Buccaneers Select: Sammy Watkins / WR / Clemson
- Tampa Bay has Vincent Jackson and Mike Williams but Sammy Watkins is entirely a different kind of player. With elite top end speed and the ability to make people miss in space, Watkins is a physical beast on the outside who can also play in the slot if need be, complimenting Williams and Jackson well, giving the Buccaneers a true target underneath and a game breaker that they currently lack on the outside, continuing to provide Josh Freeman (or Mike Glennon) with the weapons they need to make this team in to a contender.

15. St. Louis Rams (from Washington) Select: Timmy Jernigan / DT / Florida State
- Jernigan is a penetrating three tech with quickness of the snap and the ability to be a disruptive force in the backfield, affecting both the passing and running game. The Rams certainly don't have a glaring hole at defensive tackle, but they do love to rotate guys in and out along the defensive line. Michael Brockers and Kendall Langford are both very good along the defensive line but behind them the Rams could use more defensive tackles to rotate in, and Jernigan can come and make an impact with his quick feet and burst off the ball.

16. New Orleans Saints Select: DeMarcus Lawrence / OLB / Boise State
- Lawrence is way under the radar but he's a natural pass rusher off the edge, with fluid hips, great burst, top end speed and the ability to beat pass rushers inside shoulder or by running the arc. His potential is high and the Saints could use an elite pass rusher off the edge with Junior Gallette, Victor Butler and Martez Wilson all unproven to this point and certainly able to be upgraded. Rob Ryan would love to have a toy like Lawrence in his toolbox.

17. St. Louis Rams Select: Cyrus Kouandjio / OT / Alabama
- While the Rams just signed Jake Long, Rodger Saffold is a free agent after the upcoming season and I'd be surprised if resigns with the Rams after some of the comments we've seen this offseason from his camp. Kouandjio is a talented LT who kicked Barrett Jones inside to center. But he's best suited to the right side in the NFL, where he can fire off the ball in the run game and maul people - what he's best at thanks to his wide base and strong upper body. For the Rams he's a perfect fit opposite Long, and replacing Saffold.

18. Miami Dolphins Select: Stephon Tuitt / DT / Notre Dame
- Randy Starks and Paul Solai are free agents after this season, and the Dolphins certainly need to add someone along the interior who can replace either of them. At 6'6/305 Tuitt can play on the interior as a three tech but he has the quickness off the snap and power to play some SSDE as well for the Dolphins in a 4-3 look. A big time pass rusher who has the length and size to occupy blockers, Tuitt is a versatile player who the Dolphins would certainly like here at 18 to upgrade their defensive line.

19. Green Bay Packers Select: Colt Lyerla / TE / Oregon
- Jermichael Finley is going to be a free agent after this season, and the tight end position is a hole for the Packers after this upcoming season. Lyerla is the ideal fit in this offense, a versatile playmaker who is a rich man's Aaron Hernandez. With elite athletic ability, and the positional diversity to line up everywhere from running back to slot receiver, Lyerla is a physical player who despite being a little undersized plays like he's twenty pound bigger - impossible to bring down with one guy, he consistently drags tacklers in space and has incredible lower body strength - making him a matchup nightmare for opposing defenses in this offense.

20. Baltimore Ravens Select: Marqise Lee / WR / USC
- While Torrey Smith is locked up for the Ravens as the deep threat for Joe Flacco the Ravens have one playmaker, but Jacoby Jones, Dennis Pitta and Ed Dickson are all going to be free agents after this upcoming season, causing serious concern for the Ravens. Lee can solve that problem, with elite quickness and incredible tracking skills, he's produced at an unbelievable leve and has special teams value as well. He can play on the outside or in the slot and compliments Torrey Smith very well, giving Flacco a true #2 weapon.

21. Philadelphia Eagles Select: Ty Zimmerman / S / Kansas State
- Zimmerman may not be off the charts athletic but he's so smart at the back end for Kansas State, he anticipates better than maybe any safety in the country and has good ball skills, showing the potential to be a game changer on the back end. Kenny Phillips, Nate Allen and Kurt Coleman will all be free agents after the upcoming season and while Earl Wolff and Pat Chung were added this offseason it's unclear if those two can be trusted as the answers on the back end. Zimmerman can shore up the questions back there.

22. Pittsburgh Steelers Select: Louis Nix / DT / Notre Dame
- A big guy with quick feet and the ability to do more than simply eat up space, Nix dominated Barrett Jones in the national title game and has impressive functional strength. Almeda Te'Amu is a free agent after this season and I'm not sure that the Steelers will be comfortable with Steve McClendon as the nose for this team past this season. Nix has the experience as a nose in a two-gap 3-4 and can translate that to the Steelers scheme right away.

23. Houston Texans Select: C.J. Mosley / ILB / Alabama
- Brian Cushing will be a free agent after this past season, and even next to him it's unclear if they have a quality starter for Wade Phillips 3-4. Mosley comes from Bama where he has experience working in as an ILB in a 3-4 and has thrived. With fluid hips and quick diagnosis skills, Mosley has the ability to be a three down backer in the NFL and at LB has the ability to cover those tight ends that are mismatch nightmares while also dropping into zone.

24. Kansas City Chiefs Select: DeAndre Coleman / DT / Cal
- Coleman is a long athlete who has experience at the five tech and is a great athlete at 6'6/300 with good burst and the ability to two-gap and allow LB's to flow free. Tyson Jackson will be a free agent and he hasn't really lived up to the hype at this point in his career. Coleman can be a force in nickel packages and is versatile as a pass rusher, capable of playing anywhere from five to one tech at the next level.

25. Cincinnati Bengals Select: Kony Ealy / DE / Mizzou
- Ealy is a long pass rusher who at 6'5/270 has the size that Mike Zimmer loves out of his defensive ends. A natural edge rusher, Ealy can fly off the edge with great top end speed and impressive athletic ability for a player at his size. Carlos Dunlap and Michael Johnson will be free agents next year, and likely only one will be retained after next season. With the way the Bengals love to rotate defensive lineman and a lack of a glaring hole, Ealy makes sense here.

26. Atlanta Falcons Select: Ra'Shede Hageman / DL / Minnesota
- Hageman shined on a poor Minnesota defense, a converted tight end Hageman has incredible speed and burst for a 300 pounder, and has the ability to play all over the line from defensive end to interior line. While he has had some issues getting off blocks he's a disruptive gap shooter along the defensive line who can make splash plays in the backfield. Peria Jerry, Johnathan Babineaux and Corey Peters are free agents after this season and that leaves a gaping hole along the interior defensive line where Hageman can fit.

27. Chicago Bears Select: Darqueze Dennard / CB / Michigan State
- Dennard might have been the second corner off the board if he had come out this season and I think he's being overlooked at this point. With experience playing both press and off zone coverage, he's scheme diverse and shows impressive ball skills - adjusting to the football well in the air and has the recovery speed necessary to be successful as a corner in the NFL. Both Charles Tillman and Tim Jennings are free agents after this season, and both of those corners are nearing the end of their careers. Dennard can step in right away and start for the Bears.

28. Denver Broncos Select: James Gayle / DE / Va. Tech
- Gayle is a physical freak on the edge for the Hokies, a 6'4 250 pound end he's been timed as low as 4.44 in the 40 and recording a 39.5'' vertical. He had a down junior season, but if he can step up his game watch out - Gayle is an explosive athlete who converts speed to power and is relentless as a pass rusher. The Broncos lost Elvis Dumervil and didn't really replace him in the offseason, Shaun Phillips is a vet and Quanterus Smith will take time to get healthy. Gayle can be the pass rusher opposite Von Miller in nickel packages to strike fear into the opposing offenses.

29. New York Giants Select: Allen Robinson / WR / Penn State
- The contract dispute with Victor Cruz doesn't seem certain to be resolved quickly and Hakeem Nicks as well as Louis Murphy are free agents after this season as well. Robinson is a silky smooth receiver with fluid hips who explodes in and out of cuts. He can be a big play threat for Eli with the potential loss of Nicks and or Cruz in the upcoming offseason.

30. San Francisco 49ers Select: Louchiez Purifoy / CB / Florida
- The Niners secondary, especially the corners, were exposed during the playoffs last year and can certainly be upgraded. With that said, Nnamdi, Perrish Cox and Tarell Brown all free agents after the upcoming season it's clear the Niners should add someone on the outside to improve their pass defense. Purifoy fits the mold of cornerback they like as a long player with good height (6'1). Such an impressive athlete that the Gators want to play him at WR, Purifoy has fluid hips and quick feet on the outside - capable of sticking with wideouts and upgrading the Niners secondary.

31. New England Patriots Select: Ryan Shazier / LB / Ohio State
- The Patriots expressed a lot of interest in guys like Kiko Alonso this offseason, indicating they were interesting in adding a coverage backer to the roster. While Dont'a Hightower and Brandon Spikes are solid players, each is better suited to thumping and getting downhill in the run game. Even with the addition of Steve Beauharnis in the draft, the Pats don't have much depth behind their three starters (Spikes, Hightower and Mayo) - Shazier is a fluid linebacker who attacks downhill and is versatile enough to play all three LB positions while also showing the coverage and pass rush ability to be a three down LB in the NFL. And we all know how Belichick loves Urban Meyer coached players.

32. Seattle Seahawks Select: Cornelius Lucas / OT / Kansas State
- Lucas is a road grader in the run game with massive size (6'8/320) and while he struggles at times in pass protection, the Seahawks run first attack is tailored to Lucas' strengths as an offensive tackle. Breno Giacomino is a free agent after this year and can certainly be upgraded at right tackle. Lucas can do that, and give Marshawn Lynch and Russell Wilson a big body to run behind.
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PostPosted: Tue May 07, 2013 1:51 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Rather have Morris over Hundley.
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PostPosted: Tue May 07, 2013 2:45 pm    Post subject: Re: ark23's Way Too Early 2014 NFL Mock Draft Reply with quote

ark23 wrote:
30. San Francisco 49ers Select: Louchiez Purifoy / CB / Florida
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Spot on, and my favorite DB in 2014.
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PostPosted: Tue May 07, 2013 4:40 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Obviously wouldn't like picking 10th overall, but I think Matthews was better than Joeckel soooooo yeah I love it.
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Like both players plus they're likely two of the positions of need. Looking at it I'd say FS, RT, and G will be the biggest needs. DT could certainly be addressed and that addition would make our front four nasty.
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McFadden never played the slot in college. He needs to be outside.
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Yankey isn't an underclassmen..
No way Lee last until 20.
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Nix dominated Barrett Jones in the national title game


?!?!?!?!?!?!?

You have it totally backwards
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Great Rams picks. Love both of them
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PostPosted: Tue May 07, 2013 7:23 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Very good write up and great work. If the Bucs are picking at 14, it's because Freeman failed or our pass rush sucked. Hoping it's just the later.

Love Watkins, but not sure he would be the pick there. Colt Lyeria makes alot of sense, or a pass rusher. Then in the second we could trade up for a De'Anthony Thomas (How did he not go in the first round?!)
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PostPosted: Tue May 07, 2013 7:25 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

candyman93 wrote:
McFadden never played the slot in college. He needs to be outside.
McFadden didn't play the slot in college but he's better suited to playing there in the NFL if you ask me. He's got quick feet but he doesn't have great top end speed and is a little undersized for the position. Roby playing on the outside could allow him to kick inside, his best position in the NFL if you ask me. Just my opinion though.
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Nix dominated Barrett Jones in the national title game


?!?!?!?!?!?!?

You have it totally backwards

Disagree. Rewatch that game, Nix was blowing Jones off the snap, driving him five yards back at times - exposing Barrett Jones' lack of functional strength at the POA and showing Nix's raw power. ND may have been dominated, but Nix more than held his own in that game.

I don't think it's inconceivable that Lee drops to twenty. He's 6'0/190 - not exactly the ideal frame for a top ten pick WR - and his production will suffer as USC runs the ball more and breaks in a new QB in Cody Kessler (or Max Browne/Max Wittek) all of those put together could lead to Lee dropping come draft day. It's a year out, this is obviously rampant speculation but I wouldn't be at all surprised.
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Trust me when I say this. I will never have anthing bad to say about Bradley Roby.
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Who starts at qb to get us to just missing the playoffs?


Also think our biggest need next year will be an pass rushing OLB.
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Nix was completely held in check by Jones
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PostPosted: Tue May 07, 2013 10:21 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Dude, are you serious? If we somehow pick that high we won't reach for Clinton-Dix...

Barr is an easy pick there.


And where is this 'Colts picking at #7' train coming from?
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