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ROUND 1

1. Houston Texans - *Teddy Bridgewater |QB| Louisville:
There’s plenty of speculation over who’s the right guy for Obrien, but I think Theodore is the closest thing in this draft to a Brady-esque passer. If they hadn't jettisoned Wade I'd be more inclined to put Clowney here but Romeo's defenses are not overly aggressive.
NFL Comp: Ryan Tannehill

2. St.Louis Rams (WAS) – *Greg Robinson |OT| Auburn:
Robinson was my 1st man crush of this draft season. Even if Snead gets a trade down, I think this is their guy.
NFL Comp: Jason Peters

3. Jacksonville Jaguars – *Blake Bortles |QB| Central Florida:
GM Caldwell will come out of this draft with what he hopes is the next franchise QB for Jacksonville, and unless he’s got someone else in mind, it’s a good bet local Big Ben look a like, and fairly safe QB prospect, Bortles, is the guy. Actually, I think he's more like a cross between Roethlisberger and Drew Stanton.
NFL Comp: Drew Stanton

4. Cleveland Browns - *John Manziel |QB| Texas A&M:
While it’s odd for such early draft rumors to be accurate, Browns put themselves in a bad position in throwing away their coaches after just a year. It could be blowback. John Football's only a rs soph but doesn’t have much more to accomplish in college football. I've looked at the majority of his games, specifically focusing on his arm because I think it'll be the determining factor for him. I've come to the conclusion that there's nothing wrong with his arm. It's an adequate NFL arm right now. Very similar to Drew Brees' arm. The most important aspect in his transition will be the mental, not the physical. It’ll be how quickly he processes the pro game.
NFL Comp: Fran Tarkenton

5. TRADE Tampa Bay Buccaneers (OAK) - *Jadeveon Clowney |DE| South Carolina:
I think Lovie would absolutely covet Clowney for his defensive system. Enough to go get him for a 2015 2nd.
NFL Comp: Mario Williams

6. Atlanta Falcons – Anthony Barr |DE/OLB| UCLA:
Barr may still be new to the position of DE but he’s got a prototypical skill set and the motor/work ethic to master it.
NFL Comp. DeMarcus Ware

7. TRADE Oakland Raiders (TB) – Khalil Mack |DE/OLB| Buffalo:
Mack’s a monster prospect and destined for a Von Miller type role, wherever he ends up. Perfect fit for Tarver’s scheme at DE. Raiders would pick up an extra 2015 2nd in this scenario.
NFL Comp: Akeem Ayers

8. Minnesota Vikings – *Eric Ebron |TE| North Carolina:
Ebron’s a top ten elite offensive talent and perfect for Norv Turner’s scheme. Presence of Rudolph makes this somewhat of a head scratcher but Kyle's got just 1 more year left on his contract. Ebron's just an uber talented prospect that I think is too good to pass.
NFL Comp: Antonio Gates

9. Buffalo Bills – *Sam Watkins |WR| Clemson:
An impressive raw talent but is coming into the pros as more a RB than WR and, traditionally, all-purpose college superstars don’t transition terrifically to the pros.
NFL Comp: Percy Harvin

10. Detroit Lions – Darqueze Dennard |CB| Michigan St:
Liked Dennard early this season and he’s gotten steadily better and raised his stock. Not much of a playmaker on the ball but has the look of a shut down CB.
NFL Comp: Jason McCourty

11. Tennessee Titans - Kyle Van Noy |LB/DE| BYU:
KVN is officially being slept on. A great, and really deceptive, all-around game. Demonstrated his effectiveness all week and late in the Senior Bowl game vs top 20 OT Zach Martin, where on three consecutive plays, went in, out, and bull rushed for pressure. Perfect fit for Horton’s scheme.
NFL Comp: Jamie Collins

12. New York Giants – Jake Matthews |OT| Texas A&M:
Matthews isn’t incredible but he projects as a very reliable OL and can play wherever you line him up.
NFL Comp: Jordan Gross

13. St.Louis Rams - *HaSean Clinton-Dix |S| Alabama:
Looks like a physical CB playing S.
NFL Comp: Brodney Pool

14. Chicago Bears - Justin Gilbert |CB| Oklahoma St:
Gilbert's stock continues to rise.
NFL Comp: Danieal Manning

15. Pittsburgh Steelers - *Mike Evans |WR| Texas A&M:
Antonio Brown’s been a one man army this season. Evans excelled in 50/50 situations with a miniature Roethlisberger, so he should fit right in.
NFL Comp: Plaxico Burress

16. Dallas Cowboys – *Tim Jernigan|DT| Florida St.:
Looks like a one gap DT but plays stout like a true NT. It'll be harder to be as dominant in the pros but he's a good worker.
NFL Comp. Brandon Mebane

17. Baltimore Ravens – Taylor Lewan |OT| Michigan:
Ravens OL is in shambles. What a difference a year makes. Lewan’s a possible right or left side plug and play guy. But some off the field incidents might hurt his stock.
NFL Comp: Mike Roos

18. TRADE - Kansas City Chiefs (NYJ) - *Marqise Lee|WR|USC:
If not for a nagging gimpy knee, Lee might clearly be the best WR in this draft. If he has to have a procedure after the season on that knee, his stock will take a hit. If he falls, I think a team could move up to get a bargain. Chiefs give up their 3rd rounder to NY here.
NFL Comp: Pierre Garcon

19. Miami Dolphins – Zach Martin |OT/OG| Notre Dame:
Martin doesn’t look great doing it, but he’s a solid pass protector and run blocker.
NFL Comp: Justin Pugh

20. Arizona Cardinals - *Cyrus Kouandjio |OT| Alabama:
Technique needs ironing out but he still checks in as an elite upside Olineman.
NFL Comp: Tyron Smith

21. Green Bay Packers – C.J. Mosley |ILB| Alabama:
Mosley is simply a beast of a prospect and could probably fit at any LB position in any defense. Injury history and a good not great senior year, will affect his stock however.
NFL Comp: Lawrence Timmons

22. Philadelphia Eagles – Stanley Jean-Baptiste |CB| Nebraska:
One of the more intriguing guys at Senior week practices. Showed very good fluidity and awareness senior week. With a strong combine, I think he’s a 1st rounder.
NFL Comp: Marcus Coleman

23. TRADE - New York Jets (KC) - *Austin Sefarian-Jenkins |TE| Washington:
ASF is better than I thought. Incredible body control and agility at his size. He’ll be a much better pro then college player.
NFL Comp: Rob Gronkowski

24. TRADE - New Orleans Saints (CIN)– Dee Ford |OLB/DE| Auburn:
It’s hard not to see Von Miller when checking out Ford’s performance Senior Week. I think a team will covet his pass rushing ability and move up for him. Saints give up a 2015 3rd here.
NFL Comp: Von Miller

25. San Diego Chargers – *Ryan Shazier |ILB| Ohio St:
Shazier is a great sideline to sideline guy and phenomenal blitzer/pass rush specialist.
NFL Comp: Mychal Kendricks

26. Cleveland Browns (IND) – Chris Borland |ILB| Wisconsin:
Browns inside linebacking was the weakest part of the defense last season. Borland’s an inside LB but he’s also been used as a 3rd down pass rusher extensively by the Badgers and has some versatility.
NFL Comp: Zach Thomas

27. TRADE - Cincinnati Bengals (NO)- *Scott Crighton |DE| Oregon St:
Crighton is slowly getting more attention as a top pick. His numbers at the combine will be big for him. More suited as an end in an even front, but athletic enough to play some in a hybrid scheme.
NFL Comp: Jason Babin

28. Carolina Panthers – *Kelvin Benjamin |WR| Florida St:
A definite match up problem with upside but a considerable project as well.
NFL Comp: Reggie Williams

29. New England Patriots – Aaron Donald |DT/DE| Pittsburgh:
With Vellano showing some potential inside after Wilfork went down, the Pats could use an interior rusher next to them. Donald’s versatile enough to even kick out to DE in certain situations.
NFL Comp: Cullen Jenkins

30. San Francisco 49ers – Jason Verrett |CB| TCU:
Still my top CB. Size & and speed, a bad TCU defense, and a stocked class of CBs have him lost in the shuffle.
NFL Comp: Joe Haden

31. Denver Broncos – *Odell Beckham Jr |WR| LSU:
Beckham is a great all around playmaker and has been clutch for LSU all season. With Decker likely to sign as a #1 elsewhere, a hole needs to be filled opposite Thomas.
NFL Comp: Hines Ward

32. Seattle Seahawks – Morgan Moses |OT| Virginia:
Gangly and huge but sneakily athletic.
NFL Comp: King Dunlap


ROUND 2


1. Houston Texans – *Calvin Pryor |S| Louisville:
Possibly the 2nd or 3rd S off the board if he declares.
NFL Comp: Mark Barron

2. Washington Redskins – Rashed Hageman |DE| Minnesota:
Not much flash but reported great athleticism and size to mold.
NFL Comp: Chris Canty

3. Cleveland Browns - *David Yankey |OG| Stanford:
Browns mustered one of the least productive running games in the league this year and the interior line play is primarily to blame. Yankey’s the top OG prospect imo.
NFL Comp: Rodger Saffold

4. Oakland Raiders – Derek Carr |QB| Fresno St:
His stock is considered in the top ten range right now and Carr might do shockingly well at the combine and senior week if he participates. But he’s got a significant flaw that might turn teams off and cause him to drop - lack of poise under pressure. Lesser concerns but also hurdles are his level of competition and footwork. He’s feasted on opponents this year and has special arm talent but teams like the Jaguars, Browns and Vikings, given their recent QB situations, might be especially leery of a guy that’s perceived to not handle the rush.
NFL Comp: Josh McCown (pre 2013)

5. Atlanta Falcons - Dominque Easley |DT| Florida:
The top DT in this class but carries a worrisome injury history.
NFL Comp: Mike Neal

6. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Brandon Thomas |OT| Clemson:
Really surprised with his talent as a blind side protector senior week. I think he stays there as a pro. Figuring Penn becomes a cap casualty.
NFL Comp: Wayne Gandy

7. Jacksonville Jaguars – *Jace Amaro |TE/WR| Texas Tech:
Amaro isn’t quite as good as reputed, imo, but he is a match up problem.
NFL Comp: Evan Moore

8. Minnesota Vikings – Jimmy Garrapolo |QB| Eastern Illinois:
Quietly built momentum in post season practices at the Shrine and Mobile. If he displays better than expected athleticism at the combine, Spielman's in.
NFL Comp. Andy Dalton

9. Buffalo Bills – Joel Bitonio |OT/OG| Nevada:
Slowing coming out of obscurity after a very good senior week where he showed well at LT.
NFL Comp: Jonas Jennings

10. Tennessee Titans - *Ka'Deem Carey |RB| Arizona:
Has everything but it’s just in a small package.
NFL Comp: Cadillac Williams

11. New York Giants – Shayne Skov |ILB| Stanford:
Thumping tone setter for a defense. Skov’s a great tackler and not bad in coverage.
NFL Comp: Jarrett Johnson

12. St. Louis Rams – *Bradley Roby |CB| Ohio St:
Roby fits the mold of Fisher CBs and could also project to FS.
NFL Comp: Mike Jenkins

13. Detroit Lions – *Brandin Cooks |WR| Oregon St:
Blazing speed but also has strong hands and yac skills.
NFL Comp: Harry Douglas

14. Pittsburgh Steelers - *Louis Nix III |DT| Notre Dame:
Imo not as dominant as he's been touted and now significant injury concerns popping up.
NFL Comp: Brandon Williams

15. Dallas Cowboys – Jeremiah Attaochu |DE/OLB| Georgia Tech:
Relentless and has played with more power this past season instead of strictly speed. Also endless nickname potential with this guy.
NFL Comp: Brian Orakpo

16. Baltimore Ravens – Jordan Matthews |WR| Vanderbilt:
Carries the Vandy offense at times.
NFL Comp: Eric Decker

17. New York Jets – *Cameron Fleming |OT| Stanford:
Shorter arms will hurt his stock but he's a people mover in the run game and has good feet in protection.
NFL Comp: Godser Cherilus

18. Miami Dolphins - Carlos Hyde |RB| Ohio St:
Hyde’s quicker and faster than I first thought. With D.Thomas likely heading elsewhere the Dolphins need a lot more here than the underperforming Miller.
NFL Comp: Jonathan Stewart

19. Chicago Bears – *Ego Ferguson |DT| LSU:
Great first step quickness and a non stop motor but will need to work on everything else.
NFL Comp: Johnathan Babineaux

20. Arizona Cardinals – *Kony Ealy |DE/OLB| Missouri:
Great mobility at his size but doesn’t play as well in the trenches. I think he might be better suited in a hybrid role.
NFL Comp: Calvin Pace

21. Green Bay Packers – Daniel McCullers |NT| Texas:
Similar to Mt Cody but better. Looks like a huge immoveable fixture until he flashes impressive athletic ability every now and again.
NFL Comp: Ted Washington

22. Philadelphia Eagles – Chris Smith |DE/OLB| Arkansas:
A sleeper with a very good motor and pretty good strength & explosiveness.
NFL Comp: Derrick Burgess

23. San Francisco 49ers (KC)- *Paul Richardson |WR| Colorado:
Not physical but an absolute blazer.
NFL Comp: TY Hilton

24. Cincinnati Bengals – *Carl Bradford |LB| Arizona St:
Bradford's been a solid hybrid DE for the Sun Devils but he might be a better, thumping and blitzing ILB as a pro.
NFL Comp: Kawika Mitchell

25. San Diego Chargers – *Victor Hampton |CB| South Carolina:
NFL Comp. Alphonso Dennard

26. Indianapolis Colts – Jackson Jeffcoat |OLB/DE| Texas:
Colts are desperate for pass rushers.
NFL Comp: Ricky Sapp

27. New Orleans Saints - Kyle Fuller |CB| Virginia Tech:
NFL Comp: Jason Allen

28. Carolina Panthers – *Antonio Richardson |OT| Tennessee:
Big, slow, but fairly reliable OT.
NFL Comp: Phil Loadholt

29. New England Patriots – *Xavier Su’a-Filo |OG/C| UCLA:
Versatile and reliable interior guy that might end up in the pivot.
NFL Comp. Mike Pouncey

30. San Francisco 49ers – Brent Urban |DE| Virginia:
NFL Comp: Igor Olshansky

31. Denver Broncos - LaMarcus Joyner |S| Florida State:
Pint size Earl Thomas.
NFL Comp: Jairus Byrd

32 Seattle Seahawks – Keith McGil |CB| Utah:
A ton of ability and brings passion but extremely raw. Upside will get him drafted higher than he ought to.
NFL Comp. Brandon Browner



ROUND 3


1. Houston Texans - *Lache Seastrunk |RB| Baylor:
Seastrunk’s already dealing with nagging injuries this season. With the shelf life of pro RBs so short, I think there’s a good chance he declares. He's like a raw Darren Sproles but still needing a ton of seasoning in the passing game.
NFL Comp: Lamar Miller

2. Washington Redskins – *Yawin Smallwood |ILB| UConn:
Not a great athlete but instinctive and a thumper inside.
NFL Comp: David Harris

3. Oakland Raiders – Caraun Reid |DT| Princeton:
An impressive week of practice in Mobile has his stock ascending.
NFL Comp. Darwin Walker

4. Atlanta Falcons – Dakota Dozier |OG| Furman:
NFL Comp. Jahri Evans

5. New York Jets (TB) – *Allen Robinson |WR| Penn St:
Productive junior season in O’Brien’s offense and a solid yac guy but not clutch and lacks speed.
NFL Comp: Marvin Jones

6. Jacksonville Jaguars – *Tre Mason |RB| Auburn:
Propped up by a dominant run first Auburn offense, but still, not a guy to bet against.
NFL Comp: Tashard Choice

7. Cleveland Browns – C.J. Fiedorwicz |TE| Iowa:
I’ve seen him regarded as a mid round guy but I like him. There a little bit of Heath Miller there.
NFL Comp: Marcedes Lewis

8. Minnesota Vikings – Gabe Jackson |OG| Mississippi St:
Needs to play more stout given his size, but with expert technique, he could be a high level OG for awhile.
NFL Comp: Davin Joseph

9. Buffalo Bills – *Demarcus Lawrence |DE| Boise St:
Nuch much buzz yet on Lawrence, who’s got varying grades. Combine could be his coming out.
NFL Comp. Jabaal Sheard

10. New York Giants – Charles Sims |RB| West Virginia:
Became a workhorse for WVU by mid season as a runner and receiver.
NFL Comp: Joseph Randle

11. St. Louis Rams - Telvin Smith |OLB| Florida St:
Ultra productive and eventually will add weight.
NFL Comp: Micheal Boley

12. Detroit Lions – *Devante Adams |WR| Fresno St:
Not sure on Adams’ stock yet, but if he declares and runs well, his upside could push him pretty high.
NFL Comp: Josh Morgan

13. San Francisco 49ers (Tenn) – *Dion Bailey |S| USC:
Versatile playmaker for USC but his transition to the pros might come slowly.
NFL Comp: Rogers Beckett

14. Dallas Cowboys – *Brett Smith |QB| Wyoming:
Is it too early for the heir apparent? Smith surprised many by declaring but he's got a lot of tools to groom. If he goes to Arlington be prepared for the Staubach 2.0 onslaught.
NFL Comp: Josh Johnson

15. Baltimore Ravens – Weston Richburg |OC/OG| Colorado St.
NFL Comp: Alex Mack

16. New York Jets – A.J. McCarron |QB| Alabama:
A.J.'s more athletic than he gets credit for. If he improves his strength, he'll be a good starting NFL QB.
NFL Comp: Brian Hoyer

17. Miami Dolphins – Michael Schofield |OT| Michigan:
Quietly had a solid senior week. Athletic enough to get a shot at LT.
NFL Comp: Jason Fox

18. Chicago Bears – Bryan Stork |OC| Florida St.
NFL Comp:

19. Cleveland Browns (PITT)– Jordan Zumwalt |ILB|UCLA:
Could be this year’s Kiko Alonzo.
NFL Comp: Stewart Bradley

20. Arizona Cardinals – Trent Murphy |OLB/DE| Stanford:
Murphy should test well and be a good clean up guy for a strong defense. Does everything pretty well.
NFL Comp: Paul Kruger

21. Green Bay Packers - *Troy Niklas |TE| Notre Dame:
NFL Comp: Kyle Rudolph

22. Philadelphia Eagles – *Bruce Ellington |WR| South Carolina:
Ellington’s an all-purpose speedster that will make plays.
NFL Comp. Ike Hilliard

23. TRADE New York Jets (KC) – Jimmie Ward |S| NIU:
NFL Comp. Don Carey

24. Cincinnati Bengals – *Marcus Roberson |CB| Florida:
Getting some buzz as a potential 1st round pick. Not seeing it.
NFL Comp: Darius Slay

25. San Diego Chargers – *Jarvis Landry |WR| LSU:
NFL Comp: Jason Avant

26. Indianapolis Colts – Jack Mewhort |OT| Ohio St.
Mewhort’s regarded as a strong pass protector and could start quickly.
NFL Comp: Adam Terry

27. New Orleans Saints – Travis Swanson |OC| Arkansas:
NFL Comp: Adam Treu

28. Carolina Panthers – Robert Herron |WR| Wyoming:
Dominated senior week practices and might show some speed at the combine.
NFL Comp: Cecil Shorts

29. New England Patriots - Jeremy Gallon |WR| Michigan:
Pint sized but plays big and clutch. Has some Welker/Amendola to him. I’m not convinced they’ll pay Jules to return.
NFL Comp: Golden Tate

30. San Francisco 49ers – Billy Turner |OT| North Dakota St.
Very good athletic ability and gets after it but also showed he’s very much a project.
NFL Comp: Artis Hicks

31. Denver Broncos – Kareem Martin |DE| North Carolina:
Martin is a long athletic DE that could be very productive once he learns the nuances of the position and adds strength.
NFL Comp: Reggie Hayward

32. Minnesota Vikings (Sea) – Will Sutton |DT| Arizona St:
His energy is what I like most about his game. He’ll be a tone setter. But his weight fluctuation might hurt his stock.
NFL Comp: Sen'Derrick Marks

*33. Pittsburgh Steelers - Pierre Desir |CB| Lindenwood:
NFL Comp. Josh Norman

*34. Green Bay Packers - Dezmen Southward |S| Wisconsin:
Phyisical CB/S that has the size and tackling ability for last line of defense and CB skills to hold up in man to man.
NFL Comp. Jonathan Cyprien


ROUND 4


1. Houston Texans - Ja’Wuan James |OT| Tennessee:
NFL Comp: Chris Hairston

2. Washington Redskins - *Stephen Tuitt |DE| Notre Dame:
Tuitt is a prime candidate for a draft tumble, imo.
NFL Comp: Kenyon Coleman

3. Atlanta Falcons – *Cyril Richardson |OG| Baylor:
Richardson has the skill set of an all pro OG but doesn't always dominate like it looks like he should. Horrid senior week has him looking more like a boom/bust type.
NFL Comp: Chris Williams

4. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Crockett Gillmore |TE| Colorado St.
NFL Comp.

5. Jacksonville Jaguars - Anthony Steen |OG| Alabama:
Zero flash but reliable. Desperately needed on the Jags line.
NFL Comp: Joe Andruzzi

6. Cleveland Browns - *Donte Montcrief |WR| Ole Miss:
A fast 40 time in Indianapolis could make him a lot of money.
NFL Comp. Miles Austin

7. Oakland Raiders – *Louchez Purifoy |CB| Florida:
NFL Comp: Leodis McKelvin

8. Minnesota Vikings – Marcus Smith |DE| Louisville:
NFL Comp.

9. Buffalo Bills – Arthur Lynch |TE| Georgia:
Conflicting reports on his performance in Mobile but he looked to me like he was big boying everyone that attempted to cover him. Sticky hands and solid run blocking with deceptive athletic ability.
NFL Comp. Owen Daniels

10. St. Louis Rams – Jared Abbredaris |WR| Nebraska:
NFL Comp. Austin Collie

11. Detroit Lions - Kenny Ladler |FS| Vanderbilt:
NFL Comp. Aaron Williams

12. Tennessee Titans – Christian Kirksey |ILB| Iowa:
NFL Comp. James Anderson

13. New York Giants – Will Clarke |DE| West Virgina:
NFL Comp.

14. Jacksonville Jaguars (BAL) - Dontae Johnson |CB| NC State:
Really liking Johnson after seeing him senior week. Checked back a little on him and, so far, still impressed.
NFL Comp: Dominique Rodgers Cromartie

15. New York Jets – E.J. Gaines |CB| Missouri:
NFL Comp.

16. Miami Dolphins – Mike Davis |WR| Texas:
Looked bigger and better than expected at Senior week practices.
NFL Comp: Robert Meachem

17. Chicago Bears – Christian Jones |LB| Florida St.
NFL Comp. Nate Irving

18. Pittsburgh Steelers - Ricardo Allen |CB| Purdue:
Allen’s my top sleeper CB. Aggressive, physical all round guy that got lost on a terrible defense this year. Showed his ability as a returner at the Shrine game as well.
NFL Comp: Chris Harris

19. Dallas Cowboys – Terrance Brooks |FS| Florida St.
NFL Comp.

20. Arizona Cardinals – Jalen Saunders |WR| Oklahoma:
NFL Comp. Dennis Northcutt

21. Green Bay Packers – Justin Britt |OT| Missouri:
NFL Comp. Breno Giacomini

22. Philadelphia Eagles – DeAndre Coleman |DT| California:
NFL Comp. Rod Walker

23. Cincinnati Bengals - *Terrance West |RB| Towson:
NFL Comp. Jonathan Dwyer

24. Kansas City Chiefs – Jemea Thomas |S| Georgia Tech:
NFL Comp. Eric Weddle

25. San Diego Chargers - Seantrel Henderson |OT| Florida St:
NFL Comp: George Foster

26. New Orleans Saints - James Hurst |OT| North Carolina:
NFL Comp: Sebastian Vollmer

27. Cleveland Browns (IND) - *Devonta Freeman |RB| Florida St:
Potential star in a Shanahan scheme.
NFL Comp. Dominic Rhodes

28. Carolina Panthers – Craig Loston |S| LSU:
NFL Comp.

29. San Francisco 49ers - *Martavis Bryant |WR| Clemson:
NFL Comp. Tommy Streeter

30. New England Patriots - Trey Millard |TE/FB| Oklahoma:
NFL Comp. Delanie Walker

31. Denver Broncos – Max Bullough |ILB| Michigan St:
Big, physical with a burst and has coverage ability. Very underrated.
NFL Comp: Ben Leber

32. Seattle Seahawks – Kain Colter |WR| Northwestern:
Intriguing guy with speed and elusiveness. Looked great as a WR in pre draft practices even though has hardly played there.
NFL Comp. Lance Moore

*33. San Francisco 49ers - Jon Halapio |OG| Florida:
NFL Comp. Willie Colon

*34. Baltimore Ravens - Zach Mettenberger |QB| LSU:
Zach was pushing to be a first rounder before getting injured.
NFL Comp: Ryan Mallett

*35. Detroit Lions - *Bishop Sankey |RB| Washington:
NFL Comp: Jordan Todman

*36. Baltimore Ravens - *Kelcy Quarles |DE| South Carolina:
NFL Comp. C.J. Mosley


ROUND 5


1. Houston Texans - Antoine Exum |S/CB| Virginia Tech:
Sleeper due to all the injuries.
NFL Comp: Sanders Cummings

2. Washington Redskins – Kevin Norwood |WR| Alabama:
NFL Comp. Sam Hurd

3. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Mike Campanaro |WR| Vanderbilt:
Looked like one of the best slot types at senior week practices.
NFL Comp.

4. Jacksonville Jaguars – DaQuan Jones |NT| Penn State:
A steal if he falls to the third day. Inconsistency and just average physical tools might have him dropping.
NFL Comp: Ryan Pickett

5. Cleveland Browns – Chris Watt |OG| Notre Dame:
Carries some medical concerns but is a classic interior nasty guy. Fires out to the 2nd level with ease.
NFL Comp.

6. Seattle Seahawks (OAK) – Cody Hoffman |WR| BYU:
Conflicting reports from senior week practices but he looks like a reliable big target WR.
NFL Comp. David Nelson

7. Atlanta Falcons – Justin Ellis |DT| Louisiana Tech.
Massive but showed good burst in practices. Sleeper who might surprise with better conditioning.
NFL Comp.

8. Minnesota Vikings – Michael Sam |DE| Missouri:
NFL Comp. Bruce Davis

9. Buffalo Bills – Xavius Boyd |OLB| W. Kentucky:
NFL Comp. Craig Robertson

10. Jacksonville Jaguars (DET) - Cassius Marsh |DE| UCLA:
One of my sleepers. I like his game and he could end up a better pro than college player.
NFL Comp. Michael Bennett

11. Tennessee Titans - Tajh Boyd |QB| Clemson:
NFL Comp: Tyrod Taylor

12. New York Giants – Andre Williams |RB| Boston College:
NFL Comp. Antowain Smith

13. St. Louis Rams – Shamar Stephen |DT| UConn:
Looked like a monster with upside senior week but didn’t do much at UConn.
NFL Comp. Antonio Garay

14. New York Jets – Derrell Johnson |OLB/DE| East Carolina:
NFL Comp.

15. Miami Dolphins – Andrew Jackson |ILB| W. Kentucky:
NFL Comp. Jeremiah Trotter

16. Chicago Bears - Aaron Colvin |CB| Oklahoma:
Started receiving some high round hype before suffering an injury in Mobile.
NFL Comp.

17. Pittsburgh Steelers – Logan Thomas |QB| Virginia Tech:
NFL Comp. Terrelle Pryor

18. Dallas Cowboys – Josh Huff |WR| Oregon:
I’ve seen Huff regarded as high as a 3rd rounder but I’m not convinced. Combine testing will be huge for him though.
NFL Comp. Brandon Gibson

19. Jacksonville Jaguars (BAL) – T.J. Jones |WR| Notre Dame:
NFL Comp. Jeremy Kerley

20. Arizona Cardinals – Jay Bromley |DE| Syracuse:
NFL Comp.

21. Green Bay Packers – Terrance Mitchell |CB| Oregon:
NFL Comp.

22. Philadelphia Eagles – Ed Reynolds |S| Stanford:
NFL Comp. Eric Smith

23. Kansas City Chiefs – Ahmad Dixon |S| Baylor:
Productive and smart for the Bears but showed stiffness in pre draft practices.
NFL Comp: Charlie Peprah

24. Cincinnati Bengals – *Marcus Martin |OC/OG| USC:
NFL Comp. Jason Brown

25. San Diego Chargers - *Jeremy Hill |RB| LSU:
NFL Comp. Najeh Davenport

26. Indianapolis Colts – Beau Allen |NT| Nebraska:
NFL Comp.

27. New Orleans Saints – Shaq Evans |WR| UCLA:
NFL Comp. Devin Thomas

28. Carolina Panthers - *De’Anthony Thomas |RB/WR| Oregon:
NFL Comp. Chris Rainey

29. Philadelphia Eagles (NE) - Tre Boston |FS| North Carolina:
NFL Comp. Marcus Gilchrist

30. San Francisco 49ers – Garrett Gilbert |QB| SMU:
Gilbert’s one of the best developmental QB’s in this class.
NFL Comp. Josh McCown

31. Denver Broncos - *James Wilder Jr |RB| Florida St.
NFL Comp. Brandon Jacobs

32. Seattle Seahawks – Laurent Duvernay-Tardif |OT| McGill
NFL Comp.

*33. Houston Texans - Jaylen Watkins |CB| Florida:
NFL Comp.

*34. New York Jets - Ross Cockrell |CB| Duke:
NFL Comp. Brent Grimes

*35. Baltimore Ravens - *Richard Rogers |TE| California:
NFL Comp.

*36. Atlanta Falcons - *Brandon Coleman |WR| Rutgers:
NFL Comp.

*37. Pittsburgh Steelers - Jerick McKinnon |RB| Georgia Southern:
NFL Comp.

*38. New York Giants - *Bashaud Breeland |CB| Clemson:
NFL Comp.

*39. Baltimore Ravens - Bruce Gaston |DT| Purdue:
NFL Comp. Al Woods

*40. Houston Texans - Trevor Reilly |OLB| Utah:
NFL Comp.
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 13, 2014 3:46 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Horrible for Green Bay. 5 rounds, reach for a bad safety, a huge reach on McCullers who isn't a NT in GB and looked horrible at the SR bowl, and that is putting it nicely. Just a really bad draft. Would much rather have Pryor at 21 than Mosley.
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 13, 2014 4:02 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Anyone that puts this much effort in deserves a WELL DONE SIR.

As far as ATL... some will say Mack over Barr, personally, I like your selection of Barr more. You had us taking 2 oline and 2 dt after that... perfect.
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Jags likely won't pass on Jadaveon Clowney and since the Jags coached the Shrine game, pretty sure they are the team that is in love with Garoppolo. That's how the first 2 rounds are likely to go in this scenario.

The other rounds are decent, although more interior OL will be needed.
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 13, 2014 4:09 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Laughing Laughing
Rather have Amaro in the 2nd and EJ Gaines in the 4th

Love the trade up
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 13, 2014 4:09 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Maybe I just missed his name the few times I read it over, but do you not believe Deone Bucannon will be in the top 5 rounds? If this is the case, I am a bit concerned, even though I do respect the amount of work you have put into this.
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 13, 2014 4:21 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Well, looking at that Vikings draft, it would be about the most disappointing option out there.

The Vikings would likely have no trouble finding a trade partner in round one with Matthews sitting there, and the Vikings have a good TE in Kyle Rudolph. Watkins seems much more likely if they stay there, but with Matthews a trade down is even more likely than that.

Garrapolo seems kind of lousy in round two as well. Bitonio seems a bit better, or Nix or Ealy (primarily Ealy) or Kyle FUller

Round three Jackson is great.

Why Sutton? Pierre Desir would be much better, but Sutton is a duplicate of Floyd the previous year. Montcrief or Purifoy would also be much better as well.

Marcus Smith is good.

Sam isn't bad, but not sure about him with the Zimmer defense. ILB and OLB is more likely.

Overall it is so weak at the top for the Vikings there is no way that it will turn out well.
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3. Jacksonville Jaguars – *Blake Bortles |QB| Central Florida:
GM Caldwell will come out of this draft with what he hopes is the next franchise QB for Jacksonville, and unless he’s got someone else in mind, it’s a good bet local Big Ben look a like, and fairly safe QB prospect, Bortles, is the guy. Actually, I think he's more like a cross between Roethlisberger and Drew Stanton.
NFL Comp: Drew Stanton
When you compare a guy to Drew Stanton and then have him going #3 overall, you have encountered your first big problem. Now, I am not saying Bortles is not deserving of going higher than Stanton, but you might want to reconsider that comparision. Furthermore, the GM has come out and stated he will not force a QB at any pick, and with Clowney still available, picking Bortles is THE definition of 'forcing a QB'.

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7. Jacksonville Jaguars – *Jace Amaro |TE/WR| Texas Tech:
Amaro isn’t quite as good as reputed, imo, but he is a match up problem.
NFL Comp: Evan Moore
Now I am sick, and it is not even because Amaro is a bad player. It is just that TE is just so far down on the list of needs, and there are more pressing needs that could be filled with players just as good at their position as Amaro is at TE. Xavier Su'a-Filo for instance would fill a MAJOR need, and IDK how you feel about him, but I would argue he should be a better lineman than Amaro a TE.

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6. Jacksonville Jaguars – *Tre Mason |RB| Auburn:
Propped up by a dominant run first Auburn offense, but still, not a guy to bet against.
NFL Comp: Tashard Choice
Not a terrible pick if MJD is in fact gone.
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5. Jacksonville Jaguars - Anthony Steen |OG| Alabama:
Zero flash but reliable. Desperately needed on the Jags line.
NFL Comp: Joe Andruzzi
Not terrible, although seeing as I would anticipate Su'a-Filo in round 2, this pick should address another position.

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14. Jacksonville Jaguars (BAL) - Dontae Johnson |CB| NC State:
Really liking Johnson after seeing him senior week. Checked back a little on him and, so far, still impressed.
NFL Comp: Dominique Rodgers Cromartie

Never really thought about him as a CB, although he might fit the mold of big/physical/lengthy guy who can excel in a press man scheme.

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4. Jacksonville Jaguars – DaQuan Jones |NT| Penn State:
A steal if he falls to the third day. Inconsistency and just average physical tools might have him dropping.
NFL Comp: Ryan Pickett
This would be a steal, seeing as he could go early 3rd round. I would ove this pick if it somehow managed to happen.

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10. Jacksonville Jaguars (DET) - Cassius Marsh |DE| UCLA:
One of my sleepers. I like his game and he could end up a better pro than college player.
NFL Comp. Michael Bennett

Eh, pretty indifferent to this one. I would probably overlook the age to take the talent of Trevor Reilly, who I think would also be a remarkable steal in round 5.
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19. Jacksonville Jaguars (BAL) – T.J. Jones |WR| Notre Dame:
NFL Comp. Jeremy Kerley

To be honest, I know nothing about Jones, but if he is a Kerley type, I hate it. That is not at all the kind of WR this team is in need of.
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 13, 2014 4:52 pm    Post subject: Re: Pre Combine 2014 Mock 5 Rounds Reply with quote

BrownLeader wrote:
30. San Francisco 49ers – Jason Verrett |CB| TCU
23. San Francisco 49ers (KC)- *Paul Richardson |WR| Colorado
30. San Francisco 49ers – Brent Urban |DE| Virginia
13. San Francisco 49ers (Tenn) – *Dion Bailey |S| USC
30. San Francisco 49ers – Billy Turner |OT| North Dakota St.
29. San Francisco 49ers - *Martavis Bryant |WR| Clemson
*33. San Francisco 49ers - Jon Halapio |OG| Florida
30. San Francisco 49ers – Garrett Gilbert |QB| SMU
Not a big fan.

My take:
30. San Francisco 49ers – Calvin Pryor |S| Louisville
23. San Francisco 49ers (KC)- Kyle Fuller |CB| Virginia Tech
30. San Francisco 49ers – Allen Robinson |WR| Penn St
13. San Francisco 49ers (Tenn) – Travis Swanson |OC| Arkansas
30. San Francisco 49ers – Stephon Tuitt |DE| Notre Dame
29. San Francisco 49ers - *Martavis Bryant |WR| Clemson
*33. San Francisco 49ers - Zach Mettenberger |QB| LSU
30. San Francisco 49ers – Trevor Reilly |OLB| Utah
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 13, 2014 5:47 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

A trade is a possibility for the CHIEFS but down not up. Not having a 2nd rounder, don't see them giving up a 3rd as well, esp, not for Lee. Sorry.
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 13, 2014 5:49 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

SpicyMcHaggis wrote:
Anyone that puts this much effort in deserves a WELL DONE SIR.

As far as ATL... some will say Mack over Barr, personally, I like your selection of Barr more. You had us taking 2 oline and 2 dt after that... perfect.


Im with spicy in that this is a perfect draft layout for us going 4 total trench guys on both sides of the ball. Coleman as our comp pick is a solid pick as well.

The difference i have is on the Barr Mack situation. Om on the other fence of it as Mack actually fits out scheme better than Barr does where as Barr fits Tampas defense better according to a few tampa fans on here.

Barr can't drop in coverage well at all and is so so at best in run defense. He does have a really nasty speed rush but thats about it. For our scheme thats not enough with a more talened player who can do everything we ask of him available in Mack.

Mack is a much much better version of Kroy Biermann for us in Mike Nolan's scheme.
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 13, 2014 5:58 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I would do backflips if this was Denver's draft.
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22. Philadelphia Eagles – Stanley Jean-Baptiste |CB| Nebraska:
One of the more intriguing guys at Senior week practices. Showed very good fluidity and awareness senior week. With a strong combine, I think he’s a 1st rounder.
NFL Comp: Marcus Coleman

That is such a laughable reach it makes my head hurt. His metrics are absolutely awful and in no way is he a first round pick. I would be sick if we wasted a first on him.
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love the cards draft but we should be focused on drafting a QB in rounds 2-4
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 13, 2014 7:10 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Chris Borland is in no way shape or form a 1st round talent. I wouldn't mind drafting him in the 3rd or 4th but not 1st. If we draft Manziel at 4 we would have to give him some protection or WR so the best OG, WR in round 1 and 2. The TE in the 3rd unless he is a 1st round pick should not be picked. We have a Pro Bowler TE, and if he is a later round pick he should be picked as such. We have no need for 2 ILBs, so grabbing Borland in the 1st and then the other in the 3rd is a waste. Our biggest needs are QB, WR, OG, RB, ILB, CB in that type of order. If you think Manziels arm is like Drew Brees, look at where he plays most his of games at and where Manziel would play. A dome vs Cleveland in the winter months is a big difference. I wouldn't mind it if our new GM thinks it is the best but I like Bridgewater and Bortles more. Yankey would be an excellent pick in the 1st more than Borland.
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