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MrPeepers 04-06-2014 11:42 AM

Tennessee Titans
5th Round Pick

Crockett Gillmore

Tight End

Height: 6' 6", Weight: 255 lbs
Colorado State

Strengths: Gillmore caught 47 passes for 533 yards and two touchdowns for the Rams in 2013. He's a good route runner and a big target. He has good hands and blocks well. He likes to knock defenders down.
Weaknesses: Gillmore has only average speed. He struggles to get separation from defenders. He is not the best athlete on the field. That limits his use in the passing game.
Bottom Line: Crockett Gillmore could work out well for a team that already has a great receiving squad. He won't be a huge offensive weapon. But in the red zone, he'll be a big target with reliable hands!

Mat'hir Uth Gan 04-06-2014 12:20 PM

With the 152nd Selection in the NFL Draft, Phibacka31 and the San Francisco 49ers SELECT CB Aaron Colvin, Oklahoma.

Write up potentially coming later.

The Arizona Cardinals and Ludo21 are now on the clock!

ludo21 04-06-2014 04:09 PM

153rd pick AZ Cardinals Select:

Charles Leno, G Boise State

He started at right tackle as a sophomore before taking over for Nate Potter at left tackle where he started every game as a junior and senior. He is looking to follow Ryan Clady, Daryn Colledge and Potter as the next Boise State left tackle to kickstart a NFL career. Leno has good athleticism, balance and mobility to move and mirror, but lacks ideal lower body power and base to dig his cleats in the ground and the limb strength to control blocks. He isn?t the most physical, but he has the traits to survive at the NFL level and projects as a down-the-road pro starter.

24champ 04-06-2014 04:28 PM

With the 154th pick in the draft, the Houston Texans select...

Colton Lyerla TE from Oregon.

Has a ton of red flags but arguably the most gifted and talented TE in the draft. Texans believe it has enough support to help Lyerla be successful.

eddie mac 04-06-2014 05:20 PM

With the 155th pick in the 2014 Orangemane Mock Draft:

The New England Patriots select:

Tom Savage, QB, Pittsburgh

The Pats take the ultimate flier on the under the radar QB that seems to be on every draftnik's lips at present.

The most likely reasons Savage has started to turn heads are his impressive size and arm strength. At 6'4" and 228 pounds, he fits the mold of most NFL quarterbacks, and he arguably has one of the strongest arms in this year's class.

However, Savage needs to work on reading opposing defenses and being more aware in the pocket. He will tend to hold on to the ball too long and can struggle going through his progressions. But these are things that can be addressed with the right coaching staff, which makes Savage an intriguing prospect.

Tom Brady has likely 2-3 seasons left max in his career and with Ryan Mallett most likely on the trade block during this draft or gone after 2014, Josh McWhorebag needs a new toy to play with and the Pats think he is pretty good value here given the intrigue cos in reality no-one knows how good this kid could be given that Offensive Line he played behind last year.

Selection was made at 7-20pm (ET) -- Chicago(SoDak Bronco) are officially "On The Clock."

SoDak Bronco 04-06-2014 08:28 PM

156th pick in the OM draft, the Chicago Bears select LB- Lamin Barrow- LSU

BowlenBall 04-06-2014 08:45 PM

With the 157th pick in the 2014 Orange Mane Mock Draft, the Pittsburgh Steelers are relieved that this guy is still on the board:

Brent Urban, DE, Virginia

Height: 6' 07"
Weight: 295 lbs.
Arm: 34.25"
Hand: 9.75"
40-yard dash: ? (injured, did not perform at combine)
225 lb. bench: ? (injured, did not perform at combine)
Vertical jump: ? (injured, did not perform at combine)
Broad jump: ? (injured, did not perform at combine)
3-cone drill: ? (injured, did not perform at combine)
Short shuttle: ? (injured, did not perform at combine)

Career Statistics
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Analysis/Breakdown (from

STRENGTHS: Looks the part -- has stature on the defensive line thanks to a long, well-proportioned physique with relatively little body fat. Has ideal dimensions for an odd front and has a large wingspan that enables him to disrupt passing lanes (nine PBUs in eight games as a senior). Engages quickly off the snap, jolts blockers and gains extension. Can stack and shed or press single blocking and generate push. Flashes disruptive ability. Can slide inside as a nickel rusher to cave the pocket.

WEAKNESSES: Limited lower-body strength to anchor vs. double teams. Shows some stiffness through his shoulders and torso. Still developing recognition and instincts. Still learning blocking schemes and how to fight pressure. Needs to improve hand use (quickness and violence). Has to concentrate on keeping his pad level low -- gets uprooted and washed when he plays too tall. Linear, vanilla pass rusher (recorded just three career sacks). Relatively inexperienced. Grew up in a Canadian hockey town and has a mellow disposition that might not sit well with some people.

BOTTOM LINE: Tall, angular, late-blooming five-technique prospect with the body type sought by teams employing odd fronts. Should only get bigger, stronger and more polished. If so, has potential to grow into an impact lineman. Broken foot bone suffered in freak accident prior to Senior Bowl could hinder his draft status.

Rationale for the pick from BowlenBall:
As with our Tuitt pick in the first round, the Steelers have a very specific type of defensive end (5-technique) that they use in their defense, with a premium on length and strength to hold the edge and free up the linebackers to make tackles. I had Tuitt as the #1 5-technique on my board, and Urban as #2, so I'm delighted to land both of them in the same draft.

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Pick made at:

6:45 a.m. Abu Dhabi
10:45 p.m. New York
9:45 p.m. Chicago
8:45 p.m. Denver
7:45 p.m. Los Angeles
6:45 p.m. Anchorage

The Dallas Cowboys and Nickstixx are now on the clock.

ColoradoBuff 04-07-2014 08:50 AM

With the 159th pick, THE Jacksonville Jaguars select:

Travis Carrie, CB, Ohio



2013: First-team All-MAC (PR). Third-team All-MAC (DB). 2 INTs returned for TD vs. UMass. Played 13 games, starting 11. Had 4 INTs. 2012: Medical redshirt after undergoing shoulder surgery in offseason. 2011: Second-team All-MAC. Played 14 games, starting 12. 2010: Started 12 games. Season-high 8 tackles at Ohio State. 2009: Redshirted. 2008: Played in 11 games, started at Northwestern. High School: Won California state championship. First-team all-conference.

<ARTICLE> Strengths

Outstanding size -- looks the part of an NFL defensive back with a sculpted physique. Equipped to jam. Has speed to carry receivers vertically. Good zone awareness and ball reactions. Good hands to intercept. Sets the edge in run support. Smart and instinctive. Confident and competitive. Was a productive punt returner and has worked as a gunner. </ARTICLE><ARTICLE>

Tweener traits. Pedals tight. Shows some stiffness in his pedal and transition. Footwork needs to be coached up. Does not explode out of transition or display burst to recover. Average pop on contact. Will be a 24-year-old rookie -- missed two full seasons because of hip and shoulder injuries. </ARTICLE><ARTICLE>
Draft Projection

Rounds 3-4 </ARTICLE><ARTICLE>
Bottom Line

Smoother-than-explosive, height-weight-speed prospect who will draw the attention of Cover-2 teams given his physicality, ball skills and tackling. Special-teams ability adds to value.


Travis Carrie has all of the physical tools that coaches will want to mold. His mental processing and technique are lacking, but through time and hard work, he can improve them. If he can become more consistent and clean up his game, he has starter potential in the NFL.

pick made @ 8:49am mtn time

Nickstixx 04-07-2014 09:15 AM

With 158th pick the Dallas Cowboys select:

Cassius Marsh, DE, UCLA.

thumpc 04-07-2014 12:06 PM

The New Orleans Saints select Mike Davis, WR, Texas with 160th pick.

srphoenix 04-07-2014 03:13 PM

With the 161st pick of the 2014 mock draft the Green Bay Packers select:

Bryan Stork, C Florida State

STRENGTHS: Tenacious and technically-sound center whose awareness and reliability made him an underrated factor in Jameis Winston's Heisman campaign. Very good initial quickness, whether snapping the ball out of shotgun or the traditional exchange and turning to seal off defenders or releasing to block downfield. Shoots his hands into the chest plate of defenders and plays with his knees bent and butt down, maximizing his leverage.
Alert and active. Seeks out extra opponents to block and switches quickly to handle stunts and blitzes. The unquestioned leader of the Seminoles' offensive line. Leaves FSU with 40 career starts, including five at right guard and one at left guard. Also practiced at tackle prior to the 2012 season.

WEAKNESSES: Top-heavy with a "beach physique." Much thicker and stronger in his upper half than lower and struggles gaining movement at the point of attack as a result. Possesses just average body control when blocking on the move, too often failing to land and sustain effective downfield blocks.

COMPARES TO: Brian De La Puente, Saints: Competitiveness and savvy as a pass blocker could get Stork drafted, but like De La Puente (who played for four teams before latching on with the Saints), Stork could bounce around a bit as he gains strength before finding a true fit.

Florida_Bronco 04-07-2014 09:50 PM

Eagles select Walt Aikens, CB, Liberty.

Pick made at 11:50pm EST

Carmelo15 04-07-2014 10:17 PM

With the 163rd Pick the Kansas City Chiefs select De'Anthony Thomas RB/WR/PR/KR, University of Oregon

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Kansas City expects De'Anthony Thomas to come in and fill the role of another very similar player with the departure of Dexter McCluster. He will without a doubt come in and be their punt and kick returner day one. He has Trindon Holliday type potential in this area. He will fill in as a weapon on third down whether be lined up in the backfield or as a slot WR. With Knile Davis coming off an injury he will provide great depth behind Jamaal Charles. As evidence in their playoff loss you can never have enough depth at RB. I believe he would be a great fit with the Chiefs and Andy Reid would know how to utilize him well. This is great value for a late 5th round pick I am excited to have the chance to draft this guy.

STRENGTHS: Without question, Thomas is the most electric player in the 2014 draft. He boasts remarkable elusiveness, instant acceleration and the speed to pull away from defenders to make him a legitimate threat to score each time he touches the ball. Shows good vision, locating holes and slithering through them to get into the open field. Has soft, natural hands for the reception, easily snagging passes and securing them quickly. Tougher than he looks, showing a willingness to lower his shoulder and fight through initial contact to gain as much yardage as possible. Offers the versatility to play several roles, potentially freeing up a roster spot due for other players.

WEAKNESSES: There is not an NFL offense better suited to taking advantage of Thomas' skill-set than the one he's leaving at Oregon, where wide splits, a dual-threat quarterback and up-tempo play-calling all exaggerated his talents. Does not possess the size and power to play more than a complementary role as an NFL running back. Most teams prefer a larger, tougher player at kick returner, as well. While a highly productive receiver with the Ducks, caught most of his passes on simple passes to the flats and quick screens and therefore while certainly possessing the quickness and balance to ultimately gain separation as a receiver, Thomas is a raw route-runner. Thomas' production and durability dropped each of his three seasons at Oregon...

COMPARES TO: Tavon Austin, St. Louis Rams - Thomas possesses a stouter frame and obviously more experience at running back than Austin had while at West Virginia and therefore could be viewed as even more versatile than last year's No. 8 overall pick. While boasting soft, reliable hands, he's also much more of a project as a route-runner than Austin, who, recorded "just" 418 yards receiving as a rookie... Early in their respect careers, expect both to make their biggest contributions as returners

phibacka31 04-08-2014 06:20 AM

With 164th pick in the 2014 NFL Mock Draft the San Francisco 49ers proudly select Taylor Hart DE Oregon

I am very happy to snag Hart as I believe he is a Justin Smith clone TBH. Though he may not look the part, Hart just gets it done with relentless pursuit. This is a target I did not want to miss and I may have reached a little bit for him, but I had to have him for his scheme fit.

Possesses a stout frame and long arms, well-suited to handling the tough duties along the line of scrimmage.
Much better athlete than he looks. Surprisingly quick off the snap, uncoiling to knock would-be blockers onto their heels and showing good power for the bull-rush to collapse the pocket. Good lateral agility and balance to "play the keys" down the line of scrimmage.

Excellent recognition of screens and draws, using his height and awareness to quickly diagnose the play. Strong hands and long arms help him quickly break free from blocks and get into position to make the play near the line of scrimmage. Good strength to rip away the ball while making the tackle. Versatile.

Has lined up as a defensive tackle, nose guard and even as a standup outside linebacker, on occasion. Durable. Played in 53 games over his career, starting every game over the past three seasons.

Ideal measureables for a 5-technique in a base 3-4 front. Estimated top-end speed is average. Ideal measureables for a 5-technique in a base 3-4 front. Estimated top-end speed is average. Durability does not appear to be an issue at this point. He has suffered no significant injuries that we are currently aware of and has appeared in all 40 careers games with 26 starts through three seasons. Well respected and liked by coaches and teammates. Mentally tough and can take hard coaching. Excellent work ethic and gives extra effort. Above-average student. No off the field issues.

Pick was made at 7:20am central time zone

rolandftw 04-08-2014 09:06 AM

With the 165th pick in the 2014 NFL draft, the San Diego Chargers select QB Tajh Boyd, Clemson.

IndelibleScribe 04-08-2014 09:54 AM

With the 166th pick of the 2014 Orange Mane mock draft. The Indianapolis Colts select
Kenny Ladler, FS, Vanderbilt


Strengths Weaknesses
STRENGTHS: Tight-skinned athlete with broad shoulders and a well-built frame for the position. Instinctive defender who diagnoses the action quickly and attacks, whether it be toward the line of scrimmage vs. the run or in reading the eyes of the quarterback to break on a pass. Good straight-line speed and possesses an impressive initial burst, as well as good closing speed.

Generally a reliable open-field tackler with a history of delivering big hits, many of which result in forced fumbles (team-leading five in 2013). Steadily improved throughout his career with starting experience at both strong and free safety. Valued special teams contributor on the punt and punt return units.

WEAKNESSES: High in his backpedal and possesses just average fluidity when changing directions due to the fact that he's a bit high-cut. Can allow his aggression to get the best of him as he'll occasionally come in out of control, leaving cut-back lanes for niftier runners to exploit. Generally a reliable open-field tackler but will drop his shoulder and lunge on occasion, failing to wrap up securely.

COMPARES TO: Antoine Bethea, Colts: While not as big or athletic as some of the other safeties in their respective classes, Ladler and Bethea's diagnosis skills and penchant for the big play help them project as quality NFL starters.

thumpc 04-08-2014 10:13 AM

With the 167th pick the New Orleans Saints select

Jonathan Dowling, FS, Western Kentucky.

bpc 04-08-2014 01:18 PM

With the 168th pick in the NFL Draft, the Carolina Panther's use their 5th rd draft choice to select, DB from WYOMING, MARQUESTION HUFF

A former cornerback who plays with quickness and impressive physicality for his size, Huff tallied 127 tackles from his new free safety position in 2013, averaging 10.6 per contest (11th in FBS).

Huff opened eyes at the Senior Bowl in January. His intriguing athleticism to blanket receivers of all sizes, led to projecting him back to the corner at the next level. But his versatility and athleticism should earn him serious consideration starting in the middle rounds and zone-based teams will view him as a rare utility player.

Marqueston Huff, Wyoming: NFL's Gil Brandt has been on Huff for sometime and scouts have apparently been raving about him so far. Huff has sub 4.4 speed and played both safety and corner at Wyoming. His athleticism and coverage skills could vault him into round three or better.

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pick made at 12:18pm PST on 4/8/14.

JCMElway 04-08-2014 07:36 PM

thumpc and New Orleans select:

Joe Don Duncan Dixie State 6'3" 268 TE

Phibacka is OTC

JCMElway 04-08-2014 07:52 PM

Phibacka and the 9ers select:

Storm Johnson, RB, UCF

Mediator is OTC

Mat'hir Uth Gan 04-08-2014 08:44 PM



"Whatever they try me out at first is where I'm going to stay," Jackson said.
"If a team tries me at corner, they're going to wind up liking me at corner. … But I could see me really excelling at safety.
I could also see me excelling at corner."

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Not a highlight tape, just a game tape, but it plays out like a highlight tape, check out the interception near the end.

Collegiate Production:
2010: 11 Tackles (Special Teams)
2011: 18 Tackles (Special Teams)
2012: 65 Tackles, 2 Stuffs, 4 Interceptions, 4 Passes Defended.
2013: 64 Tackles, 5 Stuffs, 1 Sack, 2 Interceptions, 3 Passes Defended, 1 Forced Fumble.

Excellent Combine and Pro Day Measurables:

Size: 6'0, 190 lbs. Arms: 31 6/8"
40 Time: 4.40
Vertical: 38"
Broad: 10'8"
225 Reps: 13
3 Cone: 6.75
Short Shuttle: 4.00

What others say:

His speed, height and leadership earned him looks from several teams. Among those showing the most interest were the Cowboys, Steelers, Saints, Rams, Broncos and Packers, according to a league source.

"Jackson reportedly received a second-day (2nd or 3rd Round) projection from the advisory board prior to last season, but chose to return for his final season."

"Jackson is consistent in both man and zone. He has a quick pedal, a good turn and a good burst coming out of the turn. He can also transition quickly. He shows a good jam while in press man and keeps good position in off man with good mirror skills. In zone he is aware, shows range and plays the ball well. He can be aggressive in run support and is an explosive tackler."

"Good height and hands (former WR). Tough and durable. Has special-teams experience. Team captain with leadership traits and solid football and personal character."

“Bennett’s a competitor,” said junior safety Matthias Farley. “He wants to be the best at what he does. He’s fast. He hits hard. Great ball skills.

“He has a want-to and a will that people look up to and take note of. He attacks practice because he wants (to be the best) so badly.

“He has a desire to be great. It’s infectious.”

Not often do opponents game-plan against a freshman on kick coverage.

Jackson put the “special” in special teams.

Jackson on himself:

"I'm just playing to prove people wrong," Jackson said. "That's been my motto my whole life. People have always doubted me, put me under the radar, don't think I can do this or that. To be honest with you, that's my main motivation right there."

"Dissatisfied with his 4.51-second 40-yard dash time at the NFL scouting combine, Jackson set out to improve that time — and his draft stock along with it — at Notre Dame's pro day March 20. He did, posting a time of 4.40.

"The big thing was just staying healthy," Jackson said. "I tweaked my hamstring training a little bit before the combine. It started to affect me running, but I just had to get healthy, get back on track and keep training to pro day. I knew I had it in me."

"Still, Jackson is amenable to moving to safety if a team thinks he would fit best there. In meetings with teams, Jackson said several have told him he has a lot of "safety traits," including his size (6 feet, 195 pounds), hitting ability and nose for the ball.

"Whatever they try me out at first is where I'm going to stay," Jackson said. "If a team tries me at corner, they're going to wind up liking me at corner. … But I could see me really excelling at safety. I could also see me excelling at corner."



First, he's one of the best special teams players in the draft. Always good.

Second, his upside is massive. He's been a DB for only 2-3 years, he was a WR before that. In that time, he became a 2nd-3rd round draft projection by the Advisory Board. He chose to stay in school, had a better year while gaining more experience, and he's supposed to go late in the draft? I think not. He has plus hands, plus athleticism on every level, has really good man coverage skills (see video above), and is a good overall tackler that is fearless with his body.

Third, his versatility is ideal. He can play Free Safety if Rahim Moore has a set back, and Denver desperately needs depth there. But if Rahim comes back and excels, Jackson can also play CB. He can be a 4th or 5th CB this season while furthering his development at the position. He'd make for an excellent Dime Back as well in that he has the size and man coverage skills to cover anyone. And he'll be a key cog on kick coverage while he's here as well.

Fourth, he's a born leader, film and gym rat, perfectionist, and has great character. He's a guy that holds players accountable and attempts to make them strive for more. Great guy to have in the locker room.

Fifth, he's tough as nails. He tore his labrum in his shoulder before the 2012 season and proceeded to play the entire year before having surgery. The guy leaves it all on the line for football.

Sixth, he made Seventeen's list of sexiest college athletes, with Decker gone, maybe the ladies can turn their attention to him.

This is an incredible prospect and he's greatly overlooked right now. He has incredible potential and is still raw and developing. He has all the athleticism you could want in a DB, has the versatility and special teams prowess to make the roster better instantly, and brings strong character and leadership to the locker room. He has had the shoulder surgery, so that's something to monitor, and he has struggled with taller, physical WRs at times such as Brandon Coleman. Still, a few more years learning how to play DB, and he'll have All Pro potential.

Selection made at 10:44 EST on behalf of Mediator per his priority list. Schaaf and the Seattle Seahawks are now on the clock!

phibacka31 04-08-2014 10:02 PM

A little writeup on the 170th pick for the 49ers Storm Johnson RB UCF

I wanted to get a RB in this draft to compete for Dixon's spot that is now vacated with him moving on. I know it wasn't a huge need, but I just wanted to create competition, as Frank Gore cannot run forever and the rest of the bunch haven't proved much of anything.

Possesses above-average measureables for the position along with adequate estimated top-end speed. Appeared in all 26 games during his time at UCF and has suffered no significant injuries that we are currently aware of. Accountable. Good work and practice habits. Well-liked by the coaches at UCF. Suspended in 2011 for the season opener against Maryland at Miami for violation of team rules. Elected to transfer stating he wanted to be closer to home and that the Miami backfield was "too crowded". Comes from a sturdy two parent home raised by parents Wes and Dione Johnson.

schaaf 04-08-2014 10:19 PM

The Seattle Seahawks select...

A.C. Leonard TE, Tennessee Stare

BowlenBall 04-08-2014 10:34 PM

With the 173rd pick in the 2014 Orange Mane Mock Draft, the Pittsburgh Steelers swing for the fences and select:

Logan Thomas, QB/TE, Virginia Tech

Height: 6' 06"
Weight: 248 lbs.
Arm: 34.25"
Hand: 10.88"
40-yard dash: 4.61
225 lb. bench: DNP
Vertical jump: 35.5"
Broad jump: 9' 10"
3-cone drill: 7.05
Short shuttle: 4.18

Career Statistics
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Analysis/Breakdown (from
STRENGTHS: Outstanding size, stature and strength -- towers over the line, has natural throwing lanes from the pocket and is able to make plays in the grasp. Athletic -- can climb the pocket, escape and run for the sticks. Load to bring down. Generates easy velocity with a quick, compact release and can make all the throws. Is very competitive and will sell out to make a play. Has upside. Tough and durable -- started 40 consecutive games. Team captain and vocal leader.

WEAKNESSES: Plateaued as a sophomore. Uneven performance. Inconsistent footwork and mechanics. Shoddy ball placement. Still developing touch and deep-ball accuracy. Needs to quicken his eyes and expand his field vision. Needs to learn to protect himself -- is not elusive and represents a big target to defenders. Struggled in big games, including a nightmare performance against Alabama. Too careless with the football -- 39 INTs and 23 fumbles as a starter. Career 50-percent passer on third down.

BOTTOM LINE: Unrefined, strong-armed, sturdy pocket passer who looks the part and has intriguing, raw arm talent, though he is a converted tight end whose inexperience showed throughout a yo-yo career in Blacksburg. Has definite developmental value given his starter-caliber skill set and intangible makeup. Would benefit from coaching continuity, more specifically a QB coach capable of refining his crude talent.

Rationale for the pick from BowlenBall:
As a QB: Pittsburgh's depth chart is Rapistberger (32-years old and injury-prone), Bruce Gradkowski, and Landry Jones. It's time for us to draft the QB of the future, and develop him over the next 2-3 years while Big Ben winds down his career. In any case, Logan Thomas is probably a better QB right now than Gradkowski or Jones, so he's guaranteed a roster spot for the next 4 years, which is all you can ask from a 5th-rounder, really.

As a TE: According to some sources, Thomas was the #1 ranked tight end in the nation when he came out of high school. His performance at the combine was also superior to any tight end in this year's draft class. It seems quite likely that, if it doesn't work out at quarterback for him, he's got a very good shot at being a productive move tight end / H-Back in the NFL.

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Pick made at:

8:35 a.m. Abu Dhabi
12:35 a.m. New York
11:35 p.m. Chicago
10:35 p.m. Denver
9:35 p.m. Los Angeles
8:35 p.m. Anchorage
4:35 p.m. Amundson-Scott South Pole Station

The Carolina Panthers and bpc are now on the clock....

bpc 04-09-2014 02:34 AM

With the 174th pick in the draft, the Carolina Panthers select from Oklahoma University, Center, Gabe Ikard.

Selection made at 1:34am PST.

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