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Round 1
1. Hou- Jadeveon Clowney- DE- S. Carolina
I think the best use of the top overall pick is to get the top prospect, regardless of position. Clowney is thought of as the best defensive end prospect since Bruce Smith, a once-a-generation talent. To go any other direction would be a huge mistake. There will be a potential franchise quarterback at the top of round 2.

2. SL (from Was)- Jake Matthews- OT- Texas A&M
With the injury to Jake Long and the pending free agency of Rodger Saffold, Tackle is a glaring need for the Rams. Matthews has Hall-of-Fame bloodlines and is the top O-Lineman available.

3. Jax- Blake Bortles- QB- C. Florida
I think when all is said and done, Bortles will be the first signal caller off the board. He has better size than the other available Quarterbacks, and I believe he will shine at the combine. This pick represents the end for Blaine Gabbert in Jacksonville.

4. Cle- Teddy Bridgewater- QB- Louisville
Both Brandon Weedon and Jason Campbell have proven to be backup Quarterbacks through their career performances. I look for the new coaching staff to move forward with the versatile Bridgewater under center in 2014.

5. Oak- Johnny Manziel- QB- Texas A&M
I look for the Raiders to make the big splash with the polarizing Manziel. With their draft history, this is a match made in mock-draft heaven. Of course with the passing of Al Davis, more conventional wisdom may lead them to pass on Manziel. He's a boom or bust player at the pro level, in my opinion.

6. Atl- Khalil Mack- LB- Buffalo
After a disappointing season, to say the least, where they ended up starting not one, but two undrafted rookie linebackers, I look for the Falcons to get Mack to hold down the future of the position for them.

7. TB- Sammy Watkins- WR- Clemson
If Mike Glennon is going to have a chance to succeed at the pro level, he needs more offensive weapons. Adding Watkins will go a long way to spreading the field for Vincent Jackson and company.

8. Min- Derek Carr- QB- Fresno St.
After a standout performance in the Senior Bowl, Carr has moved himself back into the first-round conversation. With a new coaching crew in the fold, they'll likely bring in a new quarterback as well.

9. Buf- Eric Ebron- TE- N. Carolina
I think this is a bit of a reach for the Bills at pick nine, but a playmaker at the tight end position is their most glaring weakness. If Ebron really is their target, they'd be better off trading down to get him at a lower slot and accumulate more picks.

10. Det- Darqueze Dennard- CB- Michigan St.
Having the pick of the litter at the corner position at #10 is perfect for the Lions. Adding this local product would go a long way to improve the pass defense in Motown.

11. Ten- Kony Ealy- DE- Missouri
The Titans have invested multiple premium picks on their defensive line in recent years with relatively little to show for their efforts. Adding Ealy to the outside will a great addition to their pass rush.

12. NYG- Anthony Barr- LB- UCLA
The rush on quarterbacks in the top ten allows the talented Barr to fall to the G-Men here. This should be a no-brainer for them with the fact that they have multiple linebackers that are free agents and are still lacking a true difference-maker at the position.

13. SL- Ha Ha Clinton-Dix- S- Alabama
The Alabama tradition of producing first-round defensive backs continues with the versatile Clinton-Dix. He will be an immediate contributor on the back-end of the Ram's defense.

14. Chi- Ra'Shede Hageman- DT- Minnesota
The Bears have been without a true difference maker in their interior D-Line since the unexpected career demise of Tommie Harris. Adding the former basketball standout to former running back Henry Melton would give the Bears the most athletic pair of Defensive Tackles in the game.

15. Pit- Taylor Lewan- OT- Michigan
To say the Steelers had trouble on their O-line in 2013 is a huge understatement. Adding Lewan to the mix and getting Maurkice Pouncey back from injury will go a long way towards fixing the situation.

16. Bal- Greg Robinson- OT- Auburn
With both starting tackles in pending free-agency and the great depth in this draft at the receiver position, I think the Ravens would be better off getting their o-lineman here and waiting until the second round for receiver help.

17. Dal- Calvin Pryor- S- Louisville
The time is now for the Cowboys to invest a premium pick on the safety position. Pryor will start for them from day one.

18. NYJ- Mike Evans- WR- Texas A&M
If Geno Smith is going to have any chance to prove he's the answer at the quarterback position for the Jets, they have to get him a more talented group of receivers. Taking Evans here is the right move, but with Rex Ryan in charge, this will more than likely be another defender.

19. Mia- Cyrus Kouandjio- OT- Alabama
The Dolphin's O-Line was a mess prior to the Jonathan Martin fiasco. Kouandjio will be able to man the all-important left side for them to help keep Ryan Tannehill upright.

20. Ari- Antonio Richardson- OT- Tennessee
If Carson Palmer is going to have any chance to recover from his dismal 2013, he'll need better protection up front, particularly at the tackle position.

21. GB- CJ Mosley- LB- Alabama
Adding Mosely to the existing linebacking corps in Green Bay would give them a top-notch group.

22. Phi- Justin Gilbert- CB- Oklahoma St.
The defensive backfield was the weakest link of the Eagle's defense. Adding Gilbert at this point of Round 1 is an absolute steal for them.

23. KC- Zack Martin- G- Notre Dame
One thing we know about any team coached by Andy Reid is that premium picks will be used in the trenches. Adding Martin will continue this tradition as well as give them flexibility with his ability to play guard or tackle.

24. Cin- David Yankey- G- Stanford
The Bengals had to move starting LT Andrew Whitworth inside in 2013. Adding Yankey will allow him to move back outside to his natural position.

25. SD- Cyril Richardson- G- Baylor
With their improbable run to the playoffs, the Chargers moved themselves out of the range to get one of the premier tackles. Adding Richardson to their interior O-Line is a nice consolation prize.

26. Cle (from Ind)- Marquis Lee- WR- USC
The Browns have a Pro-Bowler in Josh Gordon at one receiver position, but there is a lot to be desired opposite him. Lee took a step back in production with a new QB in 2013, but remains one of the top receiver prospects available.

27. NO- Trent Murphy- LB- Stanford
The Saints are moving into year two of the 3-4 defense and still lack a proven pass rusher from the all-important OLB position. Murphy should have no problem making the transition from college DE to pro OLB.

28. Car- Kelvin Benjamin- WR- Florida St.
The Panthers were forced to use return-specialist Ted Ginn in their offese too much in 2013. Adding the talented Benjamin will be an instant upgrade to their receiving corps.

29. NE- Jace Amaro- TE- Texas Tech
With Aaron Hernandez in jail and Rob Gronkowski ailing, the TE position has become an area of need for the Patriots offense.

30. SF- Louis Nix- DT- Notre Dame
The 49er defense was great with the undersized Glenn Dorsey at the position in 2013, but adding someone with the sheer size of Nix, will go a long way to free up Patrick Willis and company to run around and make plays on the ball.

31. Den- Ryan Shazier- LB- Ohio St.
If their dismal performance in the Superbowl is any indication, the Broncos need people who can tackle. Shazier has proven he can do just that during his tenure at The Ohio State.

32. Sea- Morgan Moses- OT- Virginia
With penalty-machine Breno Giacomini manning the right side, there is definite room for an upgrade.

Round 2
33. Hou- AJ McCarron- QB- Alabama
All McCarron did at Alabama was win football games. He struggled a bit in his final college game, but I look for him to solidify himself as a legitimate second-rounder at the combine. His ability to make the big plays when necessary will set him apart from the other quarterbacks in Houston.

34. Was- Lamarcus Joyner- S- Florida St.
As long as they're relying on Brandon Merriweather at safety, there are problems with the position. Joyner will represent an upgrade simply by avoiding all the personal fouls.

35. Cle- Jason Verrett- CB- TCU
Adding a talented corner to pair with Joe Haden will go a long way to improving the pass defense in Cleveland. The Browns can use their third-rounder on a runner.

36. Oak- Kyle Van Noy- LB- BYU
Pairing Van Noy with 2013 rookie Sio Moore will provide great defensive dividends in Oakland.

37. Atl- Gabe Jackson- G- Mississippi St.
A needed upgrade for the Falcon's interior o-line.

38. TB- Stephon Tuitt- DE- Notre Dame
With none of their young prospects imerging opposite Adrian Clayborn, this is a need pick for the Bucs.

39. Jax- Jordan Matthews- WR- Vanderbilt
First-rounder Blake Bortles will need someone to throw to since Justin Blackmon can't seem to stay out of trouble.

40. Min- Ed Reynolds- S- Stanford
Adding Reynolds to the backend of their defense will be a major upgrade for the Vikings.

41. Buf- Xavier Su'a-Filo- G- UCLA
The Bills need to continue upgrading their o-line.

42. Ten- Tre Mason- RB- Auburn
Chris Johnson has likely played his last game as a Titan, so a new runner will be necessary. Having the pick of the litter here at 42 will give them a lot of great options.

43. NYG- Austin Sefarian-Jenkins- TE- Washington
With two of their tight ends hitting free agency, there is a hole at the position that will be filled admirably by the versatile Sefarian-Jenkins.

44. SL- Davante Adams- WR- Fresno St.
The Rams already have an excellent slot receive in Tavon Austin, but lack a true outside threat. Adams has the size and speed to take care of this issue.

45. Det- Brandin Cooks- WR- Oregon St.
The revolving door opposite Calvin Johnson will finally close with this fellow Biletnokoff Award winner.

46. Pit- Bradley Roby- CB- Ohio St.
The aging Steelers secondary is in need of an infusion of youthful talent.

47. Bal- Allen Robinson- WR- Penn St.
The Ravens missed Anquan Boldin more than anyone in that organization woud care to admit. Adding Robinson to the fod will help fill that need.

48. Dal- Aaron Donald- DT- Pittsburgh
Year two of their transition to the 4-3 defense will be aided greatly with Donald on the interior of their D-Line.

49. NYJ- Troy Niklas- TE- Notre Dame
Using their top two picks on receiving threats would be the wise football move for the Jets.

50. Mia- Cameron Fleming- OT- Stanford
The Dolphins o-line had so many problems in 2013 that using both their top two selections there would be the best football move.

51. Chi- Louchiez Purifoy- CB- Florida
Charles Tillman is a free agent and also not getting any younger.

52. Ari- Dee Ford- LB- Auburn
With only aging players to man the outside, The Cardinals need to add youth to the position.

53. GB- Ahmad Dixon- S- Baylor
An upgrade in the middle of the field next to Morgan Burnett.

54. Phi- Donte Moncreif- WR- Mississippi
Both Riley Nelson and Jeremy Maclin are free agents.

55. SF (from KC)- Travis Swanson- C- Arkansas
Jonathan Goodwin is not getting any youngerand is a free agent.

56. Cin- Kyle Fuller- CB- Virginia Tech
A needed infusion of talent in the Bengal's secondary.

57. SD- Craig Loston- S- LSU
An upgrade for the position opposite stud safety Eric Weddle.

58. Ind- Brandon Coleman- WR- Rutgers
After Reggie Wayne was injured, the Colts relied heavily on the undersized TY Hilton. Coleman will be the big, fast target Andrew Luck needs.

59. NO- Daniel McCullers- DT- Tennessee
One thing the 3-4 defense needs in a space-eating Nose Tackle. McCullers fits the bill perfectly.

60. Car- EJ Gaines- CB- Missouri
The only spot on the Panther's D that could use an upgrade is the corners. Gaines will contribut from day one.

61. NE- Timmy Jernigan- DT- Florida St.
The Patriots need a youthful player opposite Chandler Jones on their D-Line.

62. SF- Odell Beckham- WR- LSU
A needed deep threat to spread the field for Kaepernick and Co.

63. Den- Marcus Roberson- CB- Florida
Champ Bailey is not getting younger.

64. Sea- Stanley Jean-Baptiste- CB- Nebraska
The Seahawks have done well with big DBs and add another one here.

Round 3
65. Hou- Dion Bailey- S- USC
66. Was- Shayne Skov- LB- Stanford
67. Oak- Jarvis Landry- WR- LSU
68. Atl- Scott Crichton- DE- Oregon St.
69. NYJ (from TB)- Deonne Buchannon- S- Washington St.
70. Jax- Dominique Easley- DE- Florida
71. Cle- Ka'Deem Carey- RB- Arizona
72. Min- Kareem Martin- DE- N. Carolina
73. Buf- Vic Hampton- CB- S. Carolina
74. NYG- Lache Seastruck- RB- Baylor
75. SL- Bishop Sankey- RB- Washington
76. Det- James Hurst- OT- N. Carolina
77. SF (from Ten)- Keith McGill- CB- Utah
78. Bal- Weston Richburg- C- Colorado St.
79. Dal- Zach Mettenberger- QB- LSU
80. NYJ- Jackson Jeffcoat- LB- Texas
81. Mia- De'Anthony Thomas- RB- Oregon
82. Chi- Carlos Hyde- RB- Ohio St.
83. Cle (from Pit)- Terrence Brooks- S- Florida St.
84. Ari- Jimmy Garropolo- QB- E. Illinois
85. GB- Xavier Grimble- TE- USC
86. Phi- Jimmie Ward- S- N. Illinois
87. KC- Paul Richardson- WR- Colorado
88. Cin- Carl Bradford- LB- Arizona St.
89. SD- Pierre Desir- CB- Lindenwood
90. Ind- Tyler Larsen- C- Utah St.
91. NO- Billy Turner- OT- N. Dakota St.
92. Car- Christian Jones- LB- Florida St.
93. NE- Deion Belue- CB- Alabama
94. SF- Yawin Smallwood- LB- Connecticut
95. Den- Michael Sam- DE- Missouri
96. Sea- Mike Davis- WR- Texas
97. Pit (Mike Wallace Comp)- DaQuan Jones- DT- Penn St.
98. GB(Greg Jennings Comp)- Ja'Wuan James- OT- Tennessee

Round 4
99. Hou- Storm Johnson- RB- C. Florida
100. Was- Marcus Martin- C- USC
101. Atl- Marion Grice- RB- Arizona St.
102. TB- Joel Bitonio- OT- Nevada
103. Jax- Terrance Mitchell- CB- Oregon
104. Cle- Chris Boreland- LB- Wisconsin
105. Oak- Devonta Freeman- RB- Florida St.
106. Min- Charles Sims- RB- W. Virginia
107. Buf- Trevor Riley- LB- Utah
108. SL- Jeremiah Attaochu- LB- Georgia Tech
109. Det- Telvin Smith- LB- Florida St.
110. Ten- Logan Thomas- QB- Virginia Tech
111. NYG- Chris Watt- G- Notre Dame
112. Dal- Aaron Lynch- DE- S. Florida
113. NYJ- Anthony Steen- G- Alabama
114. Mia- Chris Davis- CB- Auburn
115. Chi- Trey Millard- FB- Oklahoma
116. Pit- Devin Street- WR- Pittsburgh
117. Jax (from Bal)- Bryan Stork- C- Florida St.
118. Ari- Jared Abbrederis- WR- Wisconsin
119. GB- Marqueston Huff- CB- Wyoming
120. Phi- Ego Ferguson- DT- LSU
121. KC- Marcel Jensen- TE- Fresno St.
122. Cin- David Fales- QB- San Jose St.
123. SD- Jalen Saunders- WR- Oklahoma
124. Cle (from Ind)- Jake Murphy- TE- Utah
125. NO- Aaron Murray- QB- Georgia
126. Car- Robert Herron- WR- Wyoming
127. NE- Cody Hoffman- WR- BYU
128. SF- Seantrel Henderson- OT- Miami
129. Den- Lamin Barrow- LB- LSU
130. Sea- Jordan Zumwalt- LB- UCLA
131. SF (Dashon Goldson Comp)- Tyler Starr- LB- S. Dakota
132. Bal (Paul Kruger Comp)- Antone Exum- S- Virginia Tech
133. Det (Gosder Cherilous Comp)- Tajh Boyd- QB- Clemson
134. Bal (Dannelle Ellerbe Comp)- Anthony Johnson- DT- LSU

Round 5
135. Hou- Jack Mewhort- OT- Ohio St.
136. Was- Adrian Hubbard- LB- Alabama
137. TB- Nevin Lawson- CB- Utah St.
138. Jax- Andre Williams- RB- Boston College
139. Cle- John Halapio- G- Florida
140. Sea (from Oak)- Will Clarke- DE- W. Virginia
141. Atl- Cornelius Lucas- OT- Kansas St.
142. Min- Morgan Breslin- LB- USC
143. Buf- Martavious Bryant- WR- Clemson
144. Jax (from Det)- Will Sutton- DT- Arizona St.
145. Ten- Dakota Dozier- OT- Furman
146. NYG- George Uko- DT- USC
147. SL- Russell Bodine- C- N. Carolina
148. NYJ- Lavelle Westbrooks- CB- Georgia Southern
149. Mia- Hakeem Smith- S- Louisville
150. Chi- Max Bullough- LB- Michigan St.
151. Pit- Tre Boston- S- N. Carolina
152. Jax (from Bal)- Austin Wentworth- OT- Fresno St.
153. Dal- Michael Schofield- OT- Michigan
154. Ari- Demarcus Lawrence- LB- Boise St.
155. GB- Ed Stinson- DE- Alabama
156. Phi- TJ Jones- WR- Notre Dame
157. KC- James Morris- LB- Iowa
158. Cin- Ty Zimmerman- S- Kansas St.
159. SD- Wesley Johnson- OT- Vanderbilt
160. Ind- Charles Leno- OT- Boise St.
161. NO- Richard Rodgers- TE- California
162. Car- Jeremiah Sirles- OT- Nebraska
163. Phi (from NE)- Ryan Groy- G- Wisconsin
164. SF- Brett Smith- QB- Wyoming
165. Den- Josh Huff- WR- Oregon
166. Sea- Trai Turner- G- LSU
167. Hou (Connor Barwin Comp)- Ronald Powell- LB- Florida
168. NYJ (LaRon Landry Comp)- Michael Campanaro- WR- Wake Forest
169. Bal (Cary Williams Comp)- Jeff Mathews- QB- Cornell
170. Atl (Brent Grimes Comp)- Tom Savage- QB- Pittsburgh
171. Pit (Keenan Lewis Comp)- CJ Fiedorowicz- TE- Iowa
172. NYG (Martellus Bennett Comp)- Jaylen Watkins- CB- Florida
173. Bal (Ed Reed Comp)- Devon Kennard- LB- USC
174. Hou (Glover Quin Comp)- Kelcy Quarles- DT- S. Carolina

Round 6
175. Hou- Jeff Janis- WR- Saginaw Valley St.
176. Was- Rashaad Reynolds- CB- Oregon St.
177. Jax- Joe Don Duncan- TE- Dixie St.
178. Cle- Isaiah Crowell- RB- Alabama St.
179. Oak- Chris Smith- DE- Arkansas
180. Atl- Crockett Gilmore- TE- Colorado St.
181. Chi (from TB)- Josh Mauro- DE- Stanford
182. Min- Bashaud Breeland- CB- Clemson
183. Buf- Vinnie Sunseri- S- Alabama
184. Ten- Jonathan Dowling- S- W. Kentucky
185. NYG- Cody Latimer- WR- Indiana
186. SL- Stephen Morris- QB- Miami
187. Det- Kenny Ladler- S- Vanderbilt
188. Mia- Caraun Reid- DT- Princeton
189. Chi- Gabe Ikard- C- Oklahoma
190. Pit- Zach Fulton- G- Tennessee
191. Bal- Colt Lyerla- TE- Oregon
192. KC (from Dal)- Jeremy Hill- RB- LSU
193. NYJ- Preston Brown- LB- Louisville
194. Ari- James Wilder Jr.- RB- Florida St.
195. GB- Kain Colter- WR- Northwestern
196. NE (from Phi)- Prince Shembo- LB- Notre Dame
197. KC- Justin Ellis- DT- Louisiana Tech
198. Cin- Marcus Smith- DE- Louisville
199. SD- Shamar Stephen- DT- Connecticut
200. Ind- Ross Cockrell- CB- Duke
201. NO- John Urschel- G- Penn St.
202. Car- Casey Pachall- QB- TCU
203. NE- Sean Parker- S- Washington
204. SF- Nickoe Whitley- S- Mississippi St.
205. Den- Silas Redd- RB- USC
206. Sea- Jay Prosch- FB- Auburn
207. NYJ (Mike DeVito Comp)- Tenny Palepoi- DT- Utah
208. GB (Erik Walden Comp)- Garrett Gilbert- QB- SMU
209. NYJ (Dustin Keller Comp)- Justin Britt- OT- Missouri
210. NE (Patrick Chung Comp)- Spencer Long- G- Nebraska
211. Cin (Manny Lawson Comp)- Matt Armstrong- C- Grand Valley St.
212. SL (Brandon Gibson Comp)- Andre Hal- CB- Vanderbilt
213. NYJ (Shonn Greene Comp)- Bryn Renner- QB- N. Carolina

Round 7
214. Hou- Aaron Colvin- CB- Oklahoma
215. Was- Shaq Evans- WR- UCLA
216. Cle- Bruce Ellington- WR- S. Carolina
217. Oak- Matt Hall- OT- Belhaven
218. Atl- Khairi Fortt- LB- California
219. TB- Connor Shaw- QB- S. Carolina
220. Jax- Tevin Reese- WR- Baylor
221. Min- Brent Urban- DT- Virginia
222. Buf- Kevin Graf- OT- USC
223. NYG- CJ Barnett- S- Ohio St.
224. SL- Brandon Thomas- G- Clemson
225. Det- Jay Bromley- DT- Syracuse
226. Ten- Kendall James- CB- Maine
227. Dal (from Chi)- Bene Benwikere- CB- San Jose St.
228. Pit- Ricardo Allen- CB- Purdue
229. Ind (from Bal)- James Gayle- LB- Virginia Tech
230. Dal- Taylor Hart- DE- Oregon
231. NYJ- James White- RB- Wisconsin
232. Mia- Adam Muema- RB- San Diego St.
233. Ari- Dontae Johnson- CB- NC St.
234. GB- Jonotthan Harrison- C- Florida
235. Phi- Bennett Jackson- CB- Notre Dame
236. Dal (from KC)- Tyler Gaffney- RB- Stanford
237. Cin- Deandre Coleman- DT- California
238. SD- Marcus Williams- CB- N. Dakota St.
239. Ind- George Atkinson III- RB- Notre Dame
240. SF (from NO)- Cassius Marsh- DE- UCLA
241. SF (from Car)- AC Leonard- TE- Tennessee St.
242. NE- Eric Ward- WR- Texas Tech
243. SF- Carrington Byndom- CB- Texas
244. Den- Daniel Sorenson- S- BYU
245. Sea- Keith Price- QB- Washington
246. SL (Bradley Fletcher Comp)- Arthur Lynch- TE- Georgia
247. Dal (Mike Jenkins Comp)- Jordan Tripp- LB- Montana
248. Cin (Pat Sims Comp)- Austin Franklin- WR- New Mexico St.
249. SL (Craig Dahl Comp)- Ethan Westbrooks- DE- W. Texas A&M
250. SL (Rob Turner Comp)- L'Damian Washington- WR- Missouri
251. Dal (Victor Butler Comp)- Corey Brown- WR- Ohio St.
252. Cin (Bruce Gradkowski Comp)- Ryan Carrethers- DT- Arkansas St.
253. TB (Geno Hayes Comp)- Marcus Hall- G- Ohio St.
254. Atl (Will Svitek Comp)- Damien Williams- RB- Oklahoma
255. Atl (Christopher Owens Comp)- Calvin Barnett- DT- Oklahoma St.
256. SD (Shaun Phillips Comp)- Larry Webster- LB- Bloomsburg


ARIZONA CARDINALS
20. Antonio Richardson- OT- Tennessee
52. Dee Ford- LB- Auburn
84. Jimmy Garropolo- QB- E. Illinois
118. Jared Abbrederis- WR- Wisconsin
154. Demarcus Lawrence- LB- Boise St.
194. James Wilder Jr.- RB- Florida St.
233. Dontae Johnson- CB- NC St.

ATLANTA FALCONS
6. Khalil Mack- LB- Buffalo
37. Gabe Jackson- G- Mississippi St.
68. Scott Crichton- DE- Oregon St.
101. Marion Grice- RB- Arizona St.
141. Cornelius Lucas- OT- Kansas St.
170. Tom Savage- QB- Pittsburgh
180. Crockett Gilmore- TE- Colorado St.
218. Khairi Fortt- LB- California
254. Damien Williams- RB- Oklahoma
255. Calvin Barnett- DT- Oklahoma St.

BALTIMORE RAVENS
16. Greg Robinson- OT- Auburn
47. Allen Robinson- WR- Penn St.
78. Weston Richburg- C- Colorado St.
132. Antone Exum- S- Virginia Tech
134. Anthony Johnson- DT- LSU
169. Jeff Mathews- QB- Cornell
173. Devon Kennard- LB- USC
191. Colt Lyerla- TE- Oregon

BUFFALO BILLS
9. Eric Ebron- TE- N. Carolina
41. Xavier Su'a-Filo- G- UCLA
73. Vic Hampton- CB- S. Carolina
107. Trevor Riley- LB- Utah
143. Martavious Bryant- WR- Clemson
183. Vinnie Sunseri- S- Alabama
222. Kevin Graf- OT- USC

CAROLINA PANTHERS
28. Kelvin Benjamin- WR- Florida St.
60. EJ Gaines- CB- Missouri
92. Christian Jones- LB- Florida St.
126. Robert Herron- WR- Wyoming
162. Jeremiah Sirles- OT- Nebraska
202. Casey Pachall- QB- TCU

CHICAGO BEARS
14. Ra'Shede Hageman- DT- Minnesota
51. Louchiez Purifoy- CB- Florida
82. Carlos Hyde- RB- Ohio St.
115. Trey Millard- FB- Oklahoma
150. Max Bullough- LB- Michigan St.
181. Josh Mauro- DE- Stanford
189. Gabe Ikard- C- Oklahoma

CINCINNATI BENGALS
24. David Yankey- G- Stanford
56. Kyle Fuller- CB- Virginia Tech
88. Carl Bradford- LB- Arizona St.
122. David Fales- QB- San Jose St.
158. Ty Zimmerman- S- Kansas St.
198. Marcus Smith- DE- Louisville
211. Matt Armstrong- C- Grand Valley St.
237. Deandre Coleman- DT- California
248. Austin Franklin- WR- New Mexico St.
252. Ryan Carrethers- DT- Arkansas St.

CLEVELAND BROWNS
4. Teddy Bridgewater- QB- Louisville
26. Marquis Lee- WR- USC
35. Jason Verrett- CB- TCU
71. Ka'Deem Carey- RB- Arizona
83. Terrence Brooks- S- Florida St.
104. Chris Boreland- LB- Wisconsin
124. Jake Murphy- TE- Utah
139. John Halapio- G- Florida
178. Isaiah Crowell- RB- Alabama St.
216. Bruce Ellington- WR- S. Carolina

DALLAS COWBOYS
17. Calvin Pryor- S- Louisville
48. Aaron Donald- DT- Pittsburgh
79. Zach Mettenberger- QB- LSU
112. Aaron Lynch- DE- S. Florida
153. Michael Schofield- OT- Michigan
227. Bene Benwikere- CB- San Jose St.
230. Taylor Hart- DE- Oregon
236. Tyler Gaffney- RB- Stanford
247. Jordan Tripp- LB- Montana
251. Corey Brown- WR- Ohio St.

DENVER BRONCOS
31. Ryan Shazier- LB- Ohio St.
63. Marcus Roberson- CB- Florida
95. Michael Sam- DE- Missouri
129. Lamin Barrow- LB- LSU
165. Josh Huff- WR- Oregon
205. Silas Redd- RB- USC
244. Daniel Sorenson- S- BYU

DETROIT LIONS
10. Darqueze Dennard- CB- Michigan St.
45. Brandin Cooks- WR- Oregon St.
76. James Hurst- OT- N. Carolina
109. Telvin Smith- LB- Florida St.
133. Tajh Boyd- QB- Clemson
187. Kenny Ladler- S- Vanderbilt
225. Jay Bromley- DT- Syracuse

GREEN BAY PACKERS
21. CJ Mosley- LB- Alabama
53. Ahmad Dixon- S- Baylor
85. Xavier Grimble- TE- USC
98. Ja'Wuan James- OT- Tennessee
119. Marqueston Huff- CB- Wyoming
155. Ed Stinson- DE- Alabama
195. Kain Colter- WR- Northwestern
208. Garrett Gilbert- QB- SMU
234. Jonotthan Harrison- C- Florida

HOUSTON TEXANS
1. Jadeveon Clowney- DE- S. Carolina
33. AJ McCarron- QB- Alabama
65. Dion Bailey- S- USC
99. Storm Johnson- RB- C. Florida
135. Jack Mewhort- OT- Ohio St.
167. Ronald Powell- LB- Florida
174. Kelcy Quarles- DT- S. Carolina
175. Jeff Janis- WR- Saginaw Valley St.
214. Aaron Colvin- CB- Oklahoma

INDIANAPOLIS COLTS
58. Brandon Coleman- WR- Rutgers
90. Tyler Larsen- C- Utah St.
160. Charles Leno- OT- Boise St.
200. Ross Cockrell- CB- Duke
229. James Gayle- LB- Virginia Tech
239. George Atkinson III- RB- Notre Dame

JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS
3. Blake Bortles- QB- C. Florida
39. Jordan Matthews- WR- Vanderbilt
70. Dominique Easley- DE- Florida
103. Terrance Mitchell- CB- Oregon
117. Bryan Stork- C- Florida St.
138. Andre Williams- RB- Boston College
144. Will Sutton- DT- Arizona St.
152. Austin Wentworth- OT- Fresno St.
177. Joe Don Duncan- TE- Dixie St.
220. Tevin Reese- WR- Baylor

KANSAS CITY CHIEFS
23. Zack Martin- G- Notre Dame
87. Paul Richardson- WR- Colorado
121. Marcel Jensen- TE- Fresno St.
157. James Morris- LB- Iowa
192. Jeremy Hill- RB- LSU
197. Justin Ellis- DT- Louisiana Tech

MIAMI DOLPHINS
19. Cyrus Kouandjio- OT- Alabama
50. Cameron Fleming- OT- Stanford
81. De'Anthony Thomas- RB- Oregon
114. Chris Davis- CB- Auburn
149. Hakeem Smith- S- Louisville
188. Caraun Reid- DT- Princeton
232. Adam Muema- RB- San Diego St.

MINNESOTA VIKINGS
8. Derek Carr- QB- Fresno St.
40. Ed Reynolds- S- Stanford
72. Kareem Martin- DE- N. Carolina
106. Charles Sims- RB- W. Virginia
142. Morgan Breslin- LB- USC
182. Bashaud Breeland- CB- Clemson
221. Brent Urban- DT- Virginia

NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS
29. Jace Amaro- TE- Texas Tech
61. Timmy Jernigan- DT- Florida St.
93. Deion Belue- CB- Alabama
127. Cody Hoffman- WR- BYU
196. Prince Shembo- LB- Notre Dame
203. Sean Parker- S- Washington
210. Spencer Long- G- Nebraska
242. Eric Ward- WR- Texas Tech

NEW ORLEANS SAINTS
27. Trent Murphy- LB- Stanford
59. Daniel McCullers- DT- Tennessee
91. Billy Turner- OT- N. Dakota St.
125. Aaron Murray- QB- Georgia
161. Richard Rodgers- TE- California
201. John Urschel- G- Penn St.

NEW YORK GIANTS
12. Anthony Barr- LB- UCLA
43. Austin Sefarian-Jenkins- TE- Washington
74. Lache Seastruck- RB- Baylor
111. Chris Watt- G- Notre Dame
146. George Uko- DT- USC
172. Jaylin Watkins- CB- Florida
185. Cody Latimer- WR- Indiana
223. CJ Barnett- S- Ohio St.

NEW YORK JETS
18. Mike Evans- WR- Texas A&M
49. Troy Niklas- TE- Notre Dame
69. Deonne Buchannon- S- Washington St.
80. Jackson Jeffcoat- LB- Texas
113. Anthony Steen- G- Alabama
148. Lavelle Westbrooks- CB- Georgia Southern
168. Michael Campanaro- WR- Wake Forest
193. Preston Brown- LB- Louisville
207. Tenny Palepoi- DT- Utah
209. Justin Britt- OT- Missouri
213. Bryn Renner- QB- N. Carolina
231. James White- RB- Wisconsin

OAKLAND RAIDERS
5. Johnny Manziel- QB- Texas A&M
36. Kyle Van Noy- LB- BYU
67. Jarvis Landry- WR- LSU
105. Devonta Freeman- RB- Florida St.
179. Chris Smith- DE- Arkansas
217. Matt Hall- OT- Belhaven

PHILADELPHIA EAGLES
22. Justin Gilbert- CB- Oklahoma St.
54. Donte Moncreif- WR- Mississippi
86. Jimmie Ward- S- N. Illinois
120. Ego Ferguson- DT- LSU
156. TJ Jones- WR- Notre Dame
163. Ryan Groy- G- Wisconsin
235. Bennett Jackson- CB- Notre Dame

PITTSBURGH STEELERS
15. Taylor Lewan- OT- Michigan
46. Bradley Roby- CB- Ohio St.
97. DaQuan Jones- DT- Penn St.
116. Devin Street- WR- Pittsburgh
151. Tre Boston- S- N. Carolina
171. CJ Fiedorowicz- TE- Iowa
190. Zach Fulton- G- Tennessee
228. Ricardo Allen- CB- Purdue

SAN DIEGO CHARGERS
25. Cyril Richardson- G- Baylor
57. Craig Loston- S- LSU
89. Pierre Desir- CB- Lindenwood
123. Jalen Saunders- WR- Oklahoma
159. Wesley Johnson- OT- Vanderbilt
199. Shamar Stephen- DT- Connecticut
238. Marcus Williams- CB- N. Dakota St.
256. Larry Webster- LB- Bloomsburg

SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS
30. Louis Nix- DT- Notre Dame
55. Travis Swanson- C- Arkansas
62. Odell Beckham- WR- LSU
77. Keith McGill- CB- Utah
94. Yawin Smallwood- LB- Connecticut
127. Seantrel Henderson- OT- Miami
131. Tyler Starr- LB- S. Dakota
164. Brett Smith- QB- Wyoming
204. Nickoe Whitley- S- Mississippi St.
240. Cassius Marsh- DE- UCLA
241. AC Leonard- TE- Tennessee St.
243. Carrington Byndom- CB- Texas

SEATTLE SEAHAWKS
32. Morgan Moses- OT- Virginia
64. Stanley Jean-Baptiste- CB- Nebraska
96. Mike Davis- WR- Texas
130. Jordan Zumwalt- LB- UCLA
140. Will Clarke- DE- W. Virginia
166. Trai Turner- G- LSU
206. Jay Prosch- FB- Auburn
245. Keith Price- QB- Washington

ST. LOUIS RAMS
2. Jake Matthews- OT- Texas A&M
13. Ha Ha Clinton-Dix- S- Alabama
44. Davante Adams- WR- Fresno St.
75. Bishop Sankey- RB- Washington
108. Jeremiah Attaochu- LB- Georgia Tech
147. Russell Bodine- C- N. Carolina
186. Stephen Morris- QB- Miami
212. Andre Hal- CB- Vanderbilt
224. Brandon Thomas- G- Clemson
246. Arthur Lynch- TE- Georgia
249. Ethan Westbrooks- DE- W. Texas A&M
250. L'Damian Washington- WR- Missouri

TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS
7. Sammy Watkins- WR- Clemson
38. Stephon Tuitt- DE- Notre Dame
102. Joel Bitonio- OT- Nevada
137. Nevin Lawson- CB- Utah St.
219. Connor Shaw- QB- S. Carolina
253. Marcus Hall- G- Ohio St.

TENNESSEE TITANS
11. Kony Ealy- DE- Missouri
42. Tre Mason- RB- Auburn
110. Logan Thomas- QB- Virginia Tech
145. Dakota Dozier- OT- Furman
184. Jonathan Dowling- S- W. Kentucky
226. Kendall James- CB- Maine

WASHINGTON REDSKINS
34. Lamarcus Joyner- S- Florida St.
66. Shayne Skov- LB- Stanford
100. Marcus Martin- C- USC
136. Adrian Hubbard- LB- Alabama
176. Rashaad Reynolds- CB- Oregon St.
215. Shaq Evans- WR- UCLA
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PostPosted: Tue Feb 18, 2014 8:25 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Bortles over Bridgewater? NO F'ing way
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First, bravo to you on the efforts here. It's a mixed bag for both teams, IMHO.

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SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS
30. Louis Nix- DT- Notre Dame
55. Travis Swanson- C- Arkansas
62. Odell Beckham- WR- LSU
77. Keith McGill- CB- Utah
94. Yawin Smallwood- LB- Connecticut
127. Seantrel Henderson- OT- Miami
131. Tyler Starr- LB- S. Dakota
164. Brett Smith- QB- Wyoming
204. Nickoe Whitley- S- Mississippi St.
240. Cassius Marsh- DE- UCLA
241. AC Leonard- TE- Tennessee St.
243. Carrington Byndom- CB- Texas


Love the value, but don't love the need or fit of Nix for SF. We prefer the lighter NTs for penetration... but Nix can do some things to be of use.

Sounds like we are not looking for outside help at center.. but I like the value and like Swanson enough there.

Crazy love for Beckham Jr. and I doubt he gets out of the first rd.. so love him there at the end of rd 2.

Not a big fan of Keith McGill there. If you had given us the available Jimmie Ward, I'd be far more happy.

I like Smallwood, but we don't need him. We already have lots of quality inside, starters and backups.

Henderson is a plodding RT, so I doubt we would have interest with AD and Boone on the roster. I can see us looking for a quick-footed swing tackle though.

I like the Brett Smith, Whitley, and Marsh picks enough... the rest is meh.


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KANSAS CITY CHIEFS
23. Zack Martin- G- Notre Dame
87. Paul Richardson- WR- Colorado
121. Marcel Jensen- TE- Fresno St.
157. James Morris- LB- Iowa
192. Jeremy Hill- RB- LSU
197. Justin Ellis- DT- Louisiana Tech


Overall, don't love the KC picks. I like the value and upgrade at G that Martin provides. Really like the value and player that Ellis is. The rest is very meh... The Chiefs need help in the secondary and depth at rush LB, so an OLB and S make far more sense than the TE and RB.
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The Giants have been bottom 10 in sacks the past 2 years. They need pass rush help
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I dont like Amaro in the 1st at all but if Jernigan lasted to are second pick..Smile
Also, imagine if we had Donald and Jernigan on the same line(:0)
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Hate it for the Lions, top to bottom. Sorry.
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1. Bortles may have better size but he is less polished and an overall worse player than Bridgewater. Having said that, I do think he might end up the first QB off the board and hope that if it happens, that means he went #1 to Houston. Personally, I hope one way or another it is Teddy Bridgewater going #3 to Jacksonville.

2. I am really sorry, but I just cannot in good conscience condone spending a high pick on a WR when the class is so deep and this team has so many more important needs. Dee Ford is the way to go right here. He showed at the Senior Bowl he should be able to thrive as a LEO and the Jaguars can really use one sooner rather than later.

3. Easley is not such a bad pick assuming he can play the 5-technique in the Jaguars defense, which I think he should be able to do.

4. Definitely not a terrible pair of picks. There is definitely a need at C so the Stork pick works, and the team could look to grab another CB who they feel should be able to excel as a press CB at the next level.

5. Even though I think the OT pick is probably better suited as ending up a WR, I can't complain about this round as a whole since a borderline 2nd round prospect is there. I don't see Will Sutton dropping this far, regardless of his struggles at a higher weight this past year.

6. If you like Duncan better than Gilmore, then fine. However, the Jaguars got a first hand look at Gilmore in Mobile, and I think he was productive enough to warrant consideration here as the TE taken.

7. There are so many better players to take than the guy from Baylor, I just can't get over how bad this pick is. Brent Urban, James Gayle, James White, Deandre Coleman, Arthur Lynch, Ryan Carrether, L'Damian Washington, and Jordan Tripp are the guys I feel very confident all deserve to go higher than this and would all represent tremndous value for the Jaguars.

As for the Comp. picks, no idea exactly how they work, but I have some real issues with your predictions. First of all, and I will admit I might be wrong on this, it is not just who teams lose, but rather an assessment of who was lost and who was brought in that determines compensatory picks. So for example, even if you lose say Laron Landry, when you go ahead and sign Dawan Landry, you have kind of added what you lost so you do not necessarily get a comp pick. Secondly, the Jaguars getting no comp picks is laughable. They let go a bunch of guys who ended up performing very highly and did not really get much in free agency last year. I would be floored if they do not end up with at least one com pick, and I expect them to have at least 2.
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Love ever single pick for buffalo but round three with the corner.give them MLB Chris Borland instead.but other then that,nice job!
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Outside of the first round pick, the Steelers draft is great.

You say our OLine had issues....and while it did, it was mainly due to injuries. Kelvin Beachum played great the last month of the season, and we still have Mike Adams, who isnt the lost cause some make him out to be.

While we could use an upgrade at LT, Lewan is too inconsistent and IMO, may be better suited for RT in the NFL, and we dont need another RT. He isnt bad, but he isnt worth a top 20 pick IMO, and he is kind of a whackjob. If we went OT there, I would rather have Robinson and maybe even Richardson.

With Munchack on board, it will really depend how he feels about Beachum and Adams, who both have potential but he might want someone else. However, I dont think OT is a first round need this year. If we had a chance at Jake Matthews, that would be one thing, but I dont think Id spend a first on any other OT.
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Tiny Richardson isn't a first round prospect but if we get Dee Ford in the second that really doesn't matter lol. I'd just suggest switching them. Also, you called Carson Palmer's 2013 "abismal" which is just not true. He played pretty good. Best QB we've had since Warner. He had too many INTs (most of them being terrible throws/decisions) but he made some nice throws and stayed healthy throughout the season. Ask any Cardinals fan and they'll tell you he played pretty well. Huge fan of Garoppolo btw.
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Just FYI Seattle doesn't have a 3rd pick (traded it for Percy Harvin).
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You missed pretty much every round for NYG.
1) Greg Robinson -> If he falls this far, there is too much value. He can play LT/RT or a mean mauling G.

2)Aaron Donald -> We need to retool both lines, and Donald will pair nicely with Hankins.

3) Carlos Hyde -> I like Seatrunk but I think Hyde will be the better NFL back. May not be as fast, but shows better vision and patience and is can churn out yards after contact.

4) Aaron Lynch -> He will need a year or two but he can be a monster at 275. I am big on him.

5) CJ Fiedorowicz -> We need a TE, and he is a great blocker. Doesn't posses great breakaway speed but he is too much value at this point.

5b (Martellus Bennett) Jaylen Watkins -> I have no issue with this pick. He will be a great CB IMO.

6) Justin Britt -> I think he will make a great G, but not so much T. He will need to transition but can be a long term solid guard prospect.

This isn't my ideal draft, by any means. But given your board, the picks above beat the picks below.

NEW YORK GIANTS
12. Anthony Barr- LB- UCLA
43. Austin Sefarian-Jenkins- TE- Washington
74. Lache Seastruck- RB- Baylor
111. Chris Watt- G- Notre Dame
146. George Uko- DT- USC
172. Jaylin Watkins- CB- Florida
185. Cody Latimer- WR- Indiana
223. CJ Barnett- S- Ohio St.


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I would be very happy with this Ravens draft. There could be a couple players I would switch, but not complaining at all. Nice work.
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No way do the Steelers go with an OT in the first round. With the available options, I think that they'll go with whomever you feel is the best out of CJ Miller, Calvin Pryor, Mike Evans, and Justin Gilbert.

We'll most likely obtain an additional comp 6th and 7th round pick for losing Rashard Mendenhall and Ryamn Mundy, respectively.
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Terrible for the Vikings. Carr would be as bad as the reach for Ponder at 8. If traded back and picked up some picks I guess could live with that. Better picks at need positions though out this draft. Also pick 96 belongs to Vikings via Seattle as part of the Percy Harvin trade.
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