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  • 2014 Official Orange Mane Mock Draft Selections Thread

    1st Round

    1-01 (1): Houston(24champ)- Khalil Mack, OLB, Buffalo
    1-02 (2): St. Louis(Rohirrim)- Sammy Watkins, WR, Clemson
    1-03 (3): Jacksonville(ColoradoBuff)- Jadeveon Clowney, DE, South Carolina
    1-04 (4): Cleveland(Requiem)- Teddy Bridgewater, QB, Louisville
    1-05 (5): Oakland(rugbythug)- Greg Robinson, OT, Auburn
    1-06 (6): Atlanta(Arkie)-Jake Matthews, OT, Texas A&M
    1-07 (7): Tampa Bay(Traveler)- Mike Evans, WR, Texas A&M
    1-08 (8): Minnesota(jebures)-Johnny Manzeil, QB, Texas A&M
    1-09 (9): Buffalo(BroncosfanGuy)-Taylor Lewan, OT, Michigan
    1-10 (10): Detroit(JCMElway/DBroncos4life)-Justin Gilbert, CB, Oklahoma State
    1-11 (11): Tennessee(MrPeepers)-Anthony Barr, OLB, UCLA
    1-12 (12): N.Y. Giants(Shananahan)-Aaron Donald, DT, Pitt
    1-13 (13): St. Louis(Rohirrim)-Calvin Pryor, S, Louisville
    1-14 (14): Chicago(SoDak Bronco)-Darqueze Dennard, CB, Michigan St.
    1-15 (15a): San Francisco(phibacka31)-Marqise Lee, WR, USC
    1-16 (16): Dallas(Nickstixx)- Timmy Jernigan, DT, Florida State
    1-17 (17b): Oakland(rugbythug)-- Blake Bortles, QB, UCF
    1-18 (18): N.Y. Jets(Conklin)- Eric Ebron, TE, UNC
    1-19 (19c): Kansas City(Carmelo15)- Ha Ha Clinton-Dix, S, Alabama
    1-20 (20): Arizona(ludo21)-Ra'Shede Hageman, DT Minnesota
    1-21 (21): Green Bay(srphoenix)- C.J. Mosley, ILB Alabama
    1-22 (22): Philadelphia(Florida_Bronco)- Kyle Fuller, CB, Virginia Tech
    1-23 (23c): Miami(OBF1)- Zack Martin, OT/G, Notre Dame
    1-24 (24): Cincinnati(Mat'hir Uth Gan)- Ryan Shazier, LB, ohio
    1-25 (25): San Diego(rolandftw)-Jason Verrett, CB, TCU
    1-26 (26): Cleveland(Requiem)-Odell Beckham, Jr., WR, LSU
    1-27 (27): New Orleans(thumpc)-Dee Ford, DE, Auburn
    1-28 (28): Carolina(bpc)-Brandin Cooks, WR, Oregon State University
    1-29 (29): New England(eddie mac)-Louis Nix III, DT, Notre Dame
    1-30 (30a): Pittsburgh(BowlenBall)-Stephon Tuitt, DE, Notre Dame
    1-31 (31): Denver(Mediator12)- Xavier Su'a-Filo, OG, UCLA
    1-32 (32): Seattle(schaaf)-Kelvin Benjamin WR, FSU

    2nd Round

    2-01 (33e): N.Y. Jets(Conklin)-Bradley Roby, CB, ohio
    2-02 (34d): Atlanta(Arkie)-Kony Ealy, DE/OLB, Missouri
    2-03 (35): Cleveland(Requiem)- David Yankey, OG, Stanford
    2-04 (36b): Baltimore(BMORE)-Jace Amaro, TE, Texas Tech
    2-05 (37d, f): Cleveland(Requiem)-Lamarcus Joyner, DB, FSU
    2-06 (38): Tampa Bay(Traveler)-Austin Seferian-Jenkins, TE, Washington
    2-07 (39): Jacksonville(Quoydogs, pinch-drafter)-Derek Carr, QB, Fresno St.
    2-08 (40): Minnesota(jebures)- Jimmie Ward, S, Northern Illinois
    2-09 (41): Buffalo(BroncosfanGuy)- Jordan Matthews, WR, Vanderbilt
    2-10 (42): Tennessee(MrPeepers)-Jimmy Garopollo, QB, EIU
    2-11 (43): N.Y. Giants(Shananahan)-Kyle Van Noy, LB, BYU
    2-12 (44): St. Louis(Rohirrim)-Gabe Jackson, OG, Mississippi State
    2-13 (45g): Cincinnati(Mat'hir Uth Gan)-Kareem Martin, DE, UNC
    2-14 (46): Pittsburgh(BowlenBall)- Chris Borland, ILB, Wisconsin
    2-15 (47): Dallas(Nickstixx)- Scott Crichton, DE, Oregon State
    2-16 (48): Baltimore(BMORE)-Brandon Thomas, OL, Clemson
    2-17 (49e): Houston(24champ)-Jaylen Watkins, CB, Florida
    2-18 (50): Miami(OBF1)-Carlos Hyde, RB, ohio
    2-19 (51): Chicago(SoDak Bronco)-Deone Bucannon SS, Washington St
    2-20 (52): Arizona(ludo21)- Cyrus Kouandjiou, OT, Alabama
    2-21 (53): Green Bay(srphoenix)- Allen Robinson, WR, Penn State
    2-22 (54h): Carolina(bpc)- Morgan Moses, OT, Virginia
    2-23 (55): Cincinnati(Mat'hir Uth Gan)- Phillip Gaines, CB, Rice
    2-24 (56): San Francisco(phibacka31)- Jerry Attaochu, OLB/DE, Georgia Tech
    2-25 (57): San Diego(rolandftw)- Paul Richardson, WR, Colorado
    2-26 (58): New Orleans(thumpc)- Bashaud Breeland, S, Clemson
    2-27 (59): Indianapolis(Lestat)- Trent Murphy, DE/OLB, Stanford
    2-28 (60h): Philadelphia(Florida_Bronco)- Carl Bradford, OLB/DE, Arizona State
    2-29 (61i): St. Louis(Rohirrim)- Antonio "Tiny" Richardson, OT, Tennessee
    2-30 (62): New England(eddie mac)- Weston Richburg, C, CSU
    2-31 (63): Denver(Mediator12)- Davante Adams, WR, Fresno State
    2-32 (64): Seattle(schaaf)- Cyril Richardson, OG, Baylor

    3rd Round

    3-01 (65): Houston(24champ)- Jack Mewhort, OT, ohio
    3-02 (66): Washington(BroncoMan4ever)-Shayne Skov, LB, Stanford
    3-03 (67b): Baltimore(BMORE)-Donte Moncrief, WR, Ole Miss
    3-04 (68): Atlanta(Arkie)- Troy Niklas, TE, Notre Dame
    3-05 (69): Tampa Bay(Traveler)- Marcus Roberson, CB, Florida
    3-06 (70): Jacksonville(ColoradoBuff)- Travis Swanson, C, Arkansas
    3-07 (71f): Washington(BroncoMan4ever)- Terrence Brooks, S, Florida State
    3-08 (72): Minnesota(jebures)- Bishop Sankey, RB, Washington
    3-09 (73j): N.Y. Jets(Conklin)- Ed Reynolds, S, Stanford
    3-10 (74k): San Francisco(phibacka31)- Stanley Jean-Baptiste, CB, Nebraska
    3-11 (75i, l): Cleveland(Requiem)- Demarcus Lawrence, DE, Boise State
    3-12 (76): Detroit(JCMElway/DBroncos4life)- Marcus Martin, C, USC
    3-13 (77a): Pittsburgh(BowlenBall)- Jackson Jeffcoat, OLB/DE, Texas
    3-14 (78): Dallas(Nickstixx)- Joel Bitonio, OT/OG, Nevada
    3-15 (79): Baltimore(BMORE)- Dominique Easley, DL, Florida
    3-16 (80j): Buffalo(BroncosfanGuy)- Christian Jones, LB, FSU
    3-17 (81): Miami(OBF1)- Ego Ferguson, DT, LSU
    3-18 (82): Chicago(SoDak Bronco)- Kelcy Quarles, DT, South Carolina
    3-19 (83l, m): Washington(BroncoMan4ever)- Martavis Bryant, WR, Clemson
    3-20 (84n): San Francisco(phibacka31)- Daquan Jones, DT, Penn State
    3-21 (85): Green Bay(srphoenix)- Pierre Desir, CB, Lindenwood
    3-22 (86): Philadelphia(Florida_Bronco)- Robert Herron, WR, Wyoming
    3-23 (87): Kansas City(Carmelo15)- Jarvis Landry, WR, LSU
    3-24 (88g): Detroit(JCMElway/DBroncos4life)- Jordan Tripp, OLB, Montana
    3-25 (89): San Diego(rolandftw)- Anthony Steen, OG, Alabama
    3-26 (90): Indianapolis(Lestat)- Keith McGill, CB, Utah
    3-27 (91o): Arizona(ludo21)- Marcus Smith, DE, Lousiville
    3-28 (92q): Washington(BroncoMan4ever)- Dakota Dozier, OG, Furman
    3-29 (93): New England(eddie mac)- C.J. Fiedorowicz, TE, Iowa
    3-30 (94k): N.Y. Giants(Shananahan)- Billy Turner, OL, North Dakota State
    3-31 (95): Denver(Mediator12)- EJ Gaines, CB, Mizzou
    3-32 (96): Minnesota(jebures)- Telvin Smith, OLB, FSU
    3-33 (97): Pittsburgh(BowlenBall)- Jeff Janis, WR, Saginaw Valley State
    3-34 (98): Green Bay(srphoenix)- Dion Bailey, S, USC
    3-35 (99): Baltimore(BMORE)- Tre Mason, RB, Auburn
    3-36 (100k): N.Y. Giants(Shananahan)- Victor Hampton, CB, South Carolina

    4th Round

    4-01 (101): Houston(24champ)- Lache Seastrunk, RB, Baylor
    4-02 (102m): San Francisco(phibacka31)- Cody Latimer, WR, Indiana
    4-03 (103): Atlanta(Arkie)-Ka'Deem Carey, RB, Arizona
    4-04 (104e): Houston(24champ)-Daniel McCullers, NT, Tennessee
    4-05 (105): Jacksonville(ColoradoBuff)-Jeremy Hill, RB, LSU
    4-06 (106f, m, n, o): New Orleans(thumpc)- Will Clarke, DE, West Virginia
    4-07 (107b): Baltimore(BMORE)- Will Sutton, DT, ASU
    4-08 (108): Minnesota(jebures)- Justin Ellis, DT, Louisiana Tech
    4-09 (109): Buffalo(BroncosfanGuy)- Terrence West, RB, Towson
    4-10 (110): St. Louis(Rohirrim)- Rashaad Reynolds, CB, Oregon State
    4-11 (111): Detroit(JCMElway/DBroncos4life)- Jared Abbrederis, WR, Wisconsin
    4-12 (112): Tennessee(MrPeepers)- Davonta Freeman, RB, FSU
    4-13 (113k, m, q, s): Houston(24champ)- A.J. McCarron, QB, Alabama
    4-14 (114): Jacksonville(ColoradoBuff)- Ja'Wuan James, OT, Tennessee
    4-15 (115j): Buffalo(BroncosfanGuy)- Chris Smith, DE, Arkansas
    4-16 (116): Miami(OBF1)- Cameron Fleming, OT, Stanford
    4-17 (117): Chicago(SoDak Bronco)- Zach Mettenberger, QB, LSU
    4-18 (118): Pittsburgh(BowlenBall)- Ross Cockrell, CB, Duke
    4-19 (119): Dallas(Nickstixx)- Josh Huff, WR, Oregon
    4-20 (120): Arizona(ludo21)- Antone Exum, CB, Virginia Tech
    4-21 (121): Green Bay(srphoenix)- Aaron Murray, QB, Georgia
    4-22 (122): Philadelphia(Florida_Bronco)- Beau Allen, DT, Wisconsin
    4-23 (123g): Detroit(JCMElway/DBroncos4life)- Caraun Reid, DT, Princeton
    4-24 (124c): Miami(OBF1) -- Craig Loston, S, LSU
    4-25 (125): San Diego(rolandftw)- Ahmad Dixon, SS, Baylor
    4-26 (126): New Orleans(thumpc)- Dri Archer, RB, Kent State
    4-27 (127): Cleveland(Requiem)- Yawin Smallwood, ILB, Connecticut
    4-28 (128h): Philadelphia(Florida_Bronco)-Jon Halapio, G, Florida
    4-29 (129k): N.Y. Giants(Shananahan)- Charles Sims, RB, West Virginia
    4-30 (130t): Miami(OBF1)- Chris Watt, OG, Notre Dame
    4-31 (131): Denver(Mediator12)- Max Bullough, ILB, Michigan State
    4-32 (132): Seattle(schaaf)- Aaron Lynch, DE/OLB, USF
    4-33 (133): Detroit(JCMElway/DBroncos4life)- James Gayle, DE, Va Tech
    4-34 (134b): Oakland(rugbythug)-Anthony Johnson, DT, LSU
    4-35 (135s): Carolina(bpc)- Bruce Ellington, WR, South Carolina
    4-36 (136): Detroit(JCMElway/DBroncos4life)- Tre Boston, S, North Carolina
    4-37 (137): N.Y. Jets(Conklin)- Adrian Hubbard, OLB, Alabama
    4-38 (138): Baltimore(BMORE)- Trai Turner, OG, LSU
    4-39 (139): Atlanta(Arkie)- Loucheiz Purifoy, CB, Florida
    4-40 (140): New England(eddie mac)- Christian Kirksey, OLB, Iowa

    5th Round

    5-01 (141s): Carolina(bpc)- Andre Williams, RB, Boston College
    5-02 (142m): San Francisco(phibacka31)- Russell Bodine, C, North Carolina
    5-03 (143): Tampa Bay(Traveler)- Preston Brown, ILB, Louisville
    5-04 (144): Jacksonville(ColoradoBuff)-Brandon Coleman, WR, Rutgers
    5-05 (145f, m, u): Cincinnati(Mat'hir Uth Gan)- Trevor Reilly, OLB, Utah
    5-06 (146): Seattle(schaaf)- Morgan Breslin, OLB, USC
    5-07 (147): Atlanta(Arkie)- Jordan Zumwalt, LB, UCLA
    5-08 (148): Minnesota(jebures)- Dontae Johnson, CB, NC State
    5-09 (149j): N.Y. Jets(Conklin)- Jerick McKinnon, RB, Georgia Southern
    5-10 (150): Jacksonville(ColoradoBuff)-Brock Vereen, FS, Minnesota
    5-11 (151): Tennessee(MrPeepers)- Crockett Gillmore, TE, Colorado State
    5-12 (152k): San Francisco(phibacka31)- Aaron Colvin, CB, Oklahoma
    5-13 (153i, n): Arizona(ludo21)- Charles Leno, G, Boise State
    5-14 (154e): Houston(24champ)- Colton Lyerla, TE, Oregon
    5-15 (155t): New England(eddie mac)- Tom Savage, QB, Pittsburgh
    5-16 (156): Chicago(SoDak Bronco)- Lamin Barrow, ILB, LSU
    5-17 (157): Pittsburgh(BowlenBall)- Brent Urban, DE, Virginia
    5-18 (158): Dallas(Nickstixx)- Cassius Marsh, DE, UCLA
    5-19 (159): Jacksonville(ColoradoBuff)- Travis Carrie, CB, Ohio
    5-20 (160o): New Orleans(thumpc)- Mike Davis, WR, Texas
    5-21 (161): Green Bay(srphoenix)- Bryan Stork, C Florida State
    5-22 (162): Philadelphia(Florida_Bronco)- Walt Aikens, CB, Liberty
    5-23 (163): Kansas City(Carmelo15)- De'Anthony Thomas RB/WR/PR/KR, Oregon
    5-24 (164u): San Francisco(phibacka31)- Taylor Hart, DE, Oregon
    5-25 (165): San Diego(rolandftw)- Tajh Boyd, QB, Clemson
    5-26 (166): Indianapolis(Lestat)- Kenny Ladler, FS, Vanderbilt
    5-27 (167): New Orleans(thumpc)- Jonathan Dowling, FS, Kentucky
    5-28 (168): Carolina(bpc)- Marqueston Huff, CB, Wyoming
    5-29 (169): New Orleans(thumpc)- Joe Don Duncan, Dixie State, TE
    5-30 (170): San Francisco(phibacka31)- Storm Johnson, RB, UCF
    5-31 (171): Denver(Mediator12)- Bennett Jackson, CB, Notre Dame
    5-32 (172): Seattle(schaaf)-A.C. Leonard, TE, Tennessee Stare
    5-33 (173): Pittsburgh(BowlenBall)- Logan Thomas, QB/TE, Virginia Tech
    5-34 (174k, m, q): Carolina(bpc)- Gabe Ikard, C, Oklahoma
    5-35 (175): Baltimore(BMORE)- Terrance Mitchell, CB, Oregon
    5-36 (176): Green Bay(srphoenix)- George Uko, DT/DE, USC

    6th Round

    6-01 (177): Houston(24champ)- Andrew Jackson, ILB, Western Kentucky
    6-02 (178): Washington(BroncoMan4ever)- Tyler Gaffney, Stanford
    6-03 (179): Jacksonville(ColoradoBuff)- Ronald Powell, OLB, Florida
    6-04 (180 l, v): Indianapolis(Lestat)- Nevin Lawson, CB, Utah St
    6-05 (181): Oakland(rugbythug)- Cody Hoffman, WR, BYU
    6-06 (182d): Washington(BroncoMan4ever)- Deandre Coleman, DT, California
    6-07 (183): Chicago(SoDak Bronco)- James White, RB, Wisconsin
    6-08 (184): Minnesota(jebures)- Blake Annen, TE, Cincinnati
    6-09 (185): Buffalo(BroncosfanGuy)- Shaquille Richardson, CB, Arizona
    6-10 (186): Tennessee(MrPeepers)- Zack Kerr, DT, Delaware
    6-11 (187): N.Y. Giants(Shananahan)- Jake Murphy, TE, Utah
    6-12 (188i, k): N.Y. Giants(Shananahan)- Daniel Sorenson, S, BYU
    6-13 (189): Detroit(JCMElway/DBroncos4life)- Lorenzo Taliaferra, RB, Coastal Carolina
    6-14 (190t): New England(eddie mac)- James Hurst, OT, North Carolina
    6-15 (191): Chicago(SoDak Bronco)- Devin Street, WR, Pittsburgh
    6-16 (192): Pittsburgh(BowlenBall)- Wesley Johnson, OT, Vanderbilt
    6-17 (193): Kansas City(Carmelo15)- Chris Davis, CB, Auburn
    6-18 (194): Baltimore(BMORE)- Isaiah Crowell, RB, Alabama State
    6-19 (195): N.Y. Jets(Conklin)- Ed Stinson, DE, Alabama
    6-20 (196): Arizona(ludo21)- Dezman Southward, S, Wisconsin
    6-21 (197): Green Bay(srphoenix)- Arthur Lynch, TE, Georgia
    6-22 (198): New England(eddie mac)- Howard Jones, DE/OLB, Shepherd
    6-23 (199): Detroit(JCMElway/DBroncos4life)- Laurent Duvernay-Tardif, G, McGill (Canada)
    6-24 (200): Kansas City(Carmelo15)- Seantrel Henderson, OT, Miami (FL)
    6-25 (201): San Diego(rolandftw)- Michael Sam, OLB/DE, Missouri
    6-26 (202): New Orleans(thumpc)- Michael Schofield Michigan, OT
    6-27 (203v): San Francisco(phibacka31)- Ricardo Allen, CB, Purdue
    6-28 (204): Carolina(bpc)- Larry Webster, DE, Bloomsburg
    6-29 (205): Jacksonville(ColoradoBuff)- Shaq Evans, WR, UCLA
    6-30 (206): New England(eddie mac)- Khyri Thornton, DT, Southern Miss
    6-31 (207): Denver(Mediator12)- John Urschel, OG/OC, Penn State
    6-32 (208r): N.Y. Jets(Conklin)- Kadeem Edwards, OG, Tennessee State
    6-33 (209): N.Y. Jets(Conklin)- Khairi Fortt, ILB, California
    6-34 (210): N.Y. Jets(Conklin)- T.J. Jones, WR, Notre Dame
    6-35 (211): Houston(24champ)- Matt Hazel, WR, Coastal Carolina
    6-36 (212p): Dallas(Nickstixx)- Isaiah Lewis, S, Michigsn State
    6-37 (213r): Seattle(schaaf)- Jalen Saunders, WR, Oklahoma
    6-38 (214): St. Louis(Rohirrim)- Tyler Starr, OLB, South Dakota
    6-39 (215): Pittsburgh(BowlenBall)- Tyler Larsen, C/OG, Utah State

    7th Round

    7-01 (216): Houston(24champ)- Shaquil Barrett, DE, Colorado State
    7-02 (217q): Carolina(bpc)- Jeremiah George, LB, Iowa State
    7-03 (218): Cleveland(Requiem)- Brett Smith, QB, Wyoming
    7-04 (219): Oakland(rugbythug)- Xavier Grimble, USC, TE
    7-05 (220): Atlanta(Arkie)- Shamar Stephen, DL, Connecticut
    7-06 (221): Tampa Bay(Traveler)- Cornelius (Luke) Lucas, OT, Kansas State
    7-07 (222): Jacksonville(ColoradoBuff)- Stephen Morris, QB, Miami
    7-08 (223): Minnesota(jebures)- Kevin Norwood, WR, Alabama
    7-09 (224): Buffalo(BroncosfanGuy)- David Fales, QB, San Jose State
    7-10 (225): Carolina(bpc)- Aldon Darby, S, Arizona State
    7-11 (226): St. Louis(Rohirrim)- Jason Bromley, DT, Syracuse
    7-12 (227): Detroit(JCMElway/DBroncos4life)- Chris Boswell, K, Rice
    7-13 (228): Tennessee(MrPeepers)- Johnny Millard, ILB, Cal Poly
    7-14 (229): Dallas(Nickstixx)- Marion Grice, RB, Arizona State
    7-15 (230): Pittsburgh(BowlenBall)- Kevin Pierre-Louis, OLB/SS, Boston College
    7-16 (231): Dallas(Nickstixx)- James Morris, ILB, Iowa
    7-17 (232v): San Francisco(phibacka31)- Bene Benwikere, CB, San Jose St
    7-18 (233r): Seattle(schaaf)- Brock Coyle, ILB, Montana
    7-19 (234t): New England(eddie mac)- Zach Moore, DE, Concordia-St Paul
    7-20 (235): Oakland(rugbythug)- Tevin Reese, WR, Baylor
    7-21 (236): Green Bay(srphoenix)- Brandon Linder, OG Miami
    7-22 (237): Philadelphia(Florida_Bronco)-Chidera Uzo-Diribe, DE/OLB, Colorado
    7-23 (238): Dallas(Nickstixx)- Andrew Norwell, OT/G, Ohio St.
    7-24 (239u): San Francisco(phibacka31)- John Brown WR/PR/KR Pittsburg St.
    7-25 (240): San Diego(rolandftw)- Senorise Perry, RB, Louisville
    7-26 (241): St. Louis(Rohirrim)- Avery Williamson, ILB, Kentucky
    7-27 (242k): N.Y. Giants(Shananahan)- Elhadji Ndiaye, DE, Nebraska-Kearney
    7-28 (243n): Arizona(ludo21)- Derrell Johnson, ILB/OLB, ECU
    7-29 (244): New England(eddie mac)- Jeremy Gallon, WR, Michigan
    7-30 (245a): Pittsburgh(BowlenBall)- Michael Campanaro, WR, Wake Forest
    7-31 (246): Denver(Mediator12)- Deion Belue, CB, Alabama
    7-32 (247r): N.Y. Jets(Conklin)- Jeoffery Pagan, DE, Alabama
    7-33 (248p): Cincinnati(Mat'hir Uth Gan)- Vinnie Sunseri, S, Alabama
    7-34 (249): St. Louis(Rohirrim)- Lonnie Ballentine, FS, Memphis
    7-35 (250): St. Louis(Rohirrim)- Garrett Gilbert, QB, SMU
    7-36 (251p): Cincinnati(Mat'hir Uth Gan)- Justin Britt, OT, Missouri
    7-37 (252): Cincinnati(Mat'hir Uth Gan)- Matt Patchan, OT, Boston College
    7-38 (253): Atlanta(Arkie)- Prince Shembo, LB, Notre Dame
    7-39 (254p): Cincinnati(Mat'hir Uth Gan)- Devon Kennard, DE, USC
    7-40 (255): Atlanta(Arkie)- Jay Prosch, FB, Auburn
    7-41 (256): Houston(24champ)- Andre Hal, CB, Vanderbilt

    Trades
    a) Pittsburgh and San Francisco
    b) Baltimore and Oakland
    c) Miami and Kansas City
    d) Atlanta and Washington
    e) Houston and NY Jets
    f) Cleveland and Washington
    g) Cincinnati and Detroit
    h) Philadelphia and Carolina
    i) San Francisco and St. Louis
    j) NY Jets and Buffalo
    k) NY Giants and San Francisco
    l) Cleveland and San Francisco
    m) Washington and San Francisco
    n) Arizona and San Francisco
    o) New Orleans and Arizona
    p) Cincinnati and Dallas
    q) Washington and Carolina
    r) Seattle and NY Jets
    s) Houston and Carolina
    t) New England and Miami
    u) San Francisco and Cincinnati
    v) Indianapolis and San Francisco

    For details of all trades, please go to the first post in the Trades thread.
    Last edited by JCMElway; 04-17-2014, 06:27 PM.

  • #2
    The Houstons Texans with the first overall pick in the 2014 NFL Draft are excited to select...


    KHALIL MACK OLB from Buffalo







    Mack played a hybrid linebacker role in the Bulls' 3-4 scheme, seeing time with his hand on the ground and also standing up off the edge. JJ Watts and Mack would be a duo that will make QBs and Offensive Coordinators hard to gameplan for.


    PICK MADE AT 12:46 PM PACIFIC TIME

    RAMS ARE ON THE CLOCK.

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    • #3
      Here we go!

      With the 2nd Pick in the OM Draft, the St. Louis Rams are proud to select:

      Sammy Watkins, WR, Clemson
      6’1”, 211, 40: 4.43, Bench: 16, Vert: 34”, Shuttle: 4.34, 3 Cones: 6.95

      <iframe width="560" height="315" src="//www.youtube.com/embed/00EWkjb25K8" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe>

      Watkins returned to his elite form in 2013, catching 101 passes for 1,464 yards and 12 touchdowns. He closed out his prolific Clemson career with a dominating 16-catch performance in the Tigers' dramatic victory over Ohio State in the Orange Bowl.
      A more dynamic athlete than former teammate and Houston Texans' 2013 first round pick DeAndre Hopkins, Watkins caught his passes on a variety of routes, including quick screens to take advantage of his ability to make defenders miss in close quarters, deep passes due to his acceleration and jump balls to highlight his leaping ability and hand-eye coordination.

      Every fan of the sport knows that there is a difference between timed speed and football speed. Football is rarely a game of straight-lines, making fluidity and general athleticism much more critical than just a 40-yard dash time. In much this same way, some receivers possess a natural ability to pluck the ball, tuck it away and accelerate in one smooth motion that makes them even greater than the sum of their parts.

      Sammy Watkins is one such receiver.

      (CBS)

      Pick made at 10:00 AM MST. J’Ville and Colorado Buff are on the clock.

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      • #4
        With the 3rd pick in the 2014 OM NFL Draft........THE Jacksonville Jaguars select:

        Jadeveon Clowney, DE, Univ of South Carolina

        6'5" 266LBS
        4.53




        http://www.sbnation.com/nfl-mock-dra...couting-report

        Pro comparison, Julius Peppers, Defensive End, Chicago Bears: Julius Peppers is one of the only prospects in the last decade to demonstrate a similar blend of size and explosiveness to what Clowney has shown throughout his college career. Clowney may even be a bit more versatile than Peppers.

        Final word: No, Clowney is not the perfect prospect, but he is the best one available in the 2014 NFL Draft. Not many defensive ends are involved in as many plays as Clowney is, whether he is getting pressure on the quarterback or disrupting a running play. Every team, regardless of scheme, would be better with Clowney on its roster. He's best suited for the 4-3 defense, in which he can cause havoc on the edge and move inside to play tackle in certain situations. However, that's not to say he couldn't plan end in a 3-4 defense or even stand up as a pass rushing linebacker. He's one of those prospects who transcends scheme.

        http://www.nfl.com/combine/profiles/...ney?id=2543456
        Bottom Line

        A physical specimen with a rare size-speed combination, Clowney was not as impactful as a junior while playing through injuries and being forced to deal with opposing offenses that fully accounted for him with extra chip protection. Was a 20-year-old junior affected by turnover on the defensive coaching staff. Could benefit tremendously from a stable positional coach and strong, veteran mentor on the defensive line who will hold him accountable, show him the way and serve as a fatherly figure. Is one of the most unique talents in the draft and could easily be a double-digit sack producer in the pros from either end. Is every bit worthy of the first overall pick -- will immediately upgrade a defensive line and improve the production of those around him.


        pick made @ 11:30am mtn time

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        • #5
          The Cleveland Browns select: Teddy "KGB" Bridgewater, QB -- Louisville

          Write-up will come later. Watkins was my #1 target for the Browns, but Bridgewater is my favorite QB and I'd rather get it done and over with instead of trying to move up or around for another signal caller.

          Selection was made at 1:55 PM (CST) -- The Oakland Raiders and RugbyThug are officially "On The Clock."

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          • #6
            5th pick I take Greg Robinson of auburn.


            Overview

            Started 25 of 26 games played at Auburn. 2013: Third-team All-American selection after starting all 14 games at left tackle. Helped Auburn lead FBS in rushing yards per game (328.3). 2012: Started in 11 of 12 games at left tackle, playing but not starting against Alabama A&M. 2011: Redshirted. High School: No. 2-rated guard nationally by Rivals.com, and No. 7-rated guard nationally by Scout.com. Was a two-time All-State selection. Robinson did not play offensive line until junior year after starting out on defensive line.
            Analysis
            Strengths
            Has long arms and excellent overall body mass. Outstanding run blocker with the strength and power to wash down half of the line. Creates a surge and generates power from his lower body. Good get-off and body control. Excellent reach-blocking, chipping and releasing to the second level. Very good balance in his set and is quick to cut off the rush. Can maneuver his hips, shuffle, slide and mirror. Has a strong punch and replaces his hands. Very athletic in vertical sets.
            Weaknesses
            Could stand to refine his technique in pass protection and do a better job finishing blocks. At times will quit after contact and let defenders come underneath or get over the top -- handwork is too passive. Developing eyes and awareness vs. the blitz -- still learning how to adjust to overload pressure and could improve switching off blocks. Aggressively overextends and occasionally loses balance and falls off blocks.
            Draft Projection
            Round 1 (top 10)
            Bottom Line
            Big, strong, athletic, overpowering left tackle with the raw potential to become a premiere, franchise left tackle. Is only a third-year sophomore and two-year starter and still must improve his hand use, footwork and technique. However, he is undeniably gifted and capable of walking into a starting-left-tackle job in the pros and paving the way in the run game.
            -Nolan Nawrocki
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            • #7
              The Atlanta Falcons select...

              Jake Matthews, OT, Texas A&M

              6-5 / 308 LBS.



              Matthews is probably the safest pick in the draft, and OT is a top need.

              Fourth year senior. Played RT (Luke Joeckel played on the left side) until this past season. Son of Hall-of-Famer Bruce Matthews. He has top grades when it comes to power, quickness, balance, agility, and technique. His experience on both sides will help him start immediately with Sam Baker at left, but he's expected to be the future LT for many years.

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              • #8
                With the 7th overall pick of the 2014 OM Mock Draft the Tampa Bay Buccaneers select:

                Mike Evans, WR, Texas A&M, 6'-5", 231lbs.




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                STRENGTHS: Highly physical receiver who uses his size and strength to simply bully defenders. Possesses an NFL-ready body, aiding him in his fight through press coverage, pushing off to generate consistent (if illegal) separation, when boxing out defenders on jump balls and in providing excellent downfield blocking for teammates.

                Possesses excellent body control and sticky hands to make difficult receptions. Shows the ability to track passes over either shoulder, as well as the balance and hand-eye coordination to turn and adjust to the ball. Excellent red-zone target.

                Evans challenges cornerbacks to tackle him, initiating the contact and, at times, dragging would-be tacklers for extra yardage. Does not possess elite burst but is a smooth accelerator with deceptive straight-line speed, making him a very effective deep threat.


                WEAKNESSES: Classic long-strider who does not possess the preferred burst off the snap to instantly challenge defenders off the line or out of his breaks. Relies too much on his size and physicality to win at the catch-point because he struggles to gain consistent separation. Able to dominate the smaller, weaker corners at the collegiate level but could struggle to do so in the NFL.


                COMPARES TO: Vincent Jackson, Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Like Jackson, Evans is a huge target whose size, strength and body control make him equally dangerous when fighting off defenders for contested passes and when using his long strides as a deceptive deep threat.

                --Rob Rang (1/1/14)

                Pick made at 4:42 AM EST
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                • #9
                  With the 8th pick the Minnesota Vikings Select Johnny &quot;Football&quot; Manziel

                  STRENGTHS: Ranks among the more dynamic college football players in recent history. Remarkable maneuverability. Excellent agility and burst, as well as straight-line speed, but what makes Manziel so difficult to contain is his vision. Seems to possess eyes in the back of his head, showing incredible spatial awareness of those around him.

                  Actually more accurate on the move than he is standing flat-footed in the pocket and made significant improvement as a traditional pocket passer in 2013. Improved velocity and placement on intermediate and deep routes in his second season as the starter.


                  Highly competitive performer, who despite his hype as a party-goer, is respected for his work ethic and commitment to the team.


                  Despite ordinary size, possesses large hands that Texas A&M coach Kevin Sumlin has compared to another undersized quarterback - Drew Brees. "Having those big hands not only helps tote the ball in traffic, but he can basically go all through his motion and still pull the ball back," George Whitfield, a private quarterbacks coach who helps train Manziel, told CBSSports.com's Bruce Feldman in 2013. Whitfield also has worked with several elite NFL quarterbacks, including Ben Roethlisberger, Cam Newton and Andrew Luck. All three have size 14 shoes. The 6-foot Manziel wears 15s.


                  Proven production and ability to produce in big moments.


                  WEAKNESSES: Tendency to fall off his throws, even when standing flat-footed with no pressure. In falling away rather than stepping into his throws, passes lack consistency accuracy.


                  Willing to throw passes late and over the middle, and relies on his wideouts to make plays in jump-ball situations. Possesses enough arm strength to make every NFL throw but does not own a howitzer and projects best in a timing-based offense that utilizes rather than limits his creativity.


                  String of off-field issues brings maturity level and ability to handle the rigors of being the "face" of an NFL franchise into serious question.


                  COMPARES TO: Jeff Garcia, retired - Like the 6-1, 205-pound Garcia, Manziel does not possess ideal size but his unique maneuverability, vision, competitiveness and underrated arm talent could mimic the four-time Pro Bowler's success in the NFL.


                  Manziel, of course, will be entering the NFL with much more fanfare than Garcia, an undrafted free agent out of San Jose State who spent four years in the CFL before catching on with the San Francisco 49ers, but the hype that follows Johnny Football is one of the issues of concern for scouts. Further, Manziel is entering the NFL at a time when dual-threat quarterbacks are preferred rather than admonished for their creativity and playmaking abilities.


                  --Rob Rang (1/1/14)

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                  • #10
                    1st Round, 9th pick

                    Taylor Lewan OT Michigan

                    Fictitious Bills GM says:
                    If you have bad eyes and you happen to see Lewan at a pretty far distance when he has a really dark tan, and you give him a fro, and a beard, he kind of might look like Jonathan Ogden or the drummer from The Roots. For this exercise we will go with the Ogden comparison. He can play opposite Cordy Glenn. EJ Manuel and the O can use another OT and Lewan looks like the best on the board.

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                    • #11
                      Wit the 10th pick, the Detroit Lions are STOKED to select:

                      Justin Gilbert, CB, Oklahoma State

                      Strengths:
                      Cover corner who rarely allows separation
                      Capable of shutting down No. 1 receivers
                      Excellent in bump-and-run
                      Strong in off man-coverage separation
                      Can run with receivers in and out of breaks
                      Very fluid
                      Loose hips, no problem turning and running
                      Extremely athletic
                      Fast
                      Ball skills
                      Very good at snatching interceptions
                      Play-maker, capacity to make clutch game-changing plays
                      Good tackler
                      Ideal height, bulk
                      Solid contributor against the run
                      Fast feet
                      Can run with receivers downfield
                      Adept in zone coverage
                      Improved his game
                      Plays with a swagger
                      Has a No. 1 corner mentality
                      Kick-return skills
                      Upside
                      Good length (33 1/8" arms)
                      Scheme versatile

                      Weaknesses:
                      Bouts of inconsistency
                      Had a rough junior season
                      Has a temper, can lose his composure

                      Gilbert's NFL Scouting Combine was superb. He had the second-longest arms of any defensive back and the second-highest bench press total among the cornerbacks with 20 reps. Gilbert led all of the defensive backs with a 4.37 official time in the 40-yard dash. Considering Gilbert (6-0, 202) is a big corner, that is a tremendous time. To top it off, he was excellent in the field drills. Gilbert was fluid in his backpedal and veering across the field. He showed loose hips to flip and turn, too. Gilbert also made a great leaping hands catch.

                      For the NFL, Gilbert projects to being a No. 1 cornerback. He can line up in man coverage and take on the other team's best receiver. Gilbert has the size to match up on big receivers and the speed to run with deep threats downfield. He is very good in bump-and-run and also excels in off-man coverage. Gilbert is very fast with the athleticism to turn and run with receivers to not allow separation. His loose hips allow him to flip around to stay with them in and out of their breaks to maintain coverage. Gilbert also has good ball skills and is adept at taking the ball away. As a pro, he should put up some good interception totals.

                      Gilbert contributes in run defense, too, and is tough on the perimeter. He is strong in zone coverage, but there is little reason to take him out of man coverage. Gilbert could also contribute as a kick returner, but whatever team drafts him will probably use a different player to protect Gilbert from injuries.

                      Gilbert's senior year and Combine performance showed that he is worthy of a top-10 pick and can be viewed as a potential No. 1 corner in the NFL. Gilbert is the top-rated cornerback for the 2014 NFL Draft and is likely to be selected in the top half of the first round.

                      Gilbert's NFL Scouting Combine was superb. He had the second-longest arms of any defensive back and the second-highest bench press total among the cornerbacks with 20 reps. Gilbert led all of the defensive backs with a 4.37 official time in the 40-yard dash. Considering Gilbert (6-0, 202) is a big corner, that is a tremendous time. To top it off, he was excellent in the field drills. Gilbert was fluid in his backpedal and veering across the field. He showed loose hips to flip and turn, too. Gilbert also made a great leaping hands catch.

                      For the NFL, Gilbert projects to being a No. 1 cornerback. He can line up in man coverage and take on the other team's best receiver. Gilbert has the size to match up on big receivers and the speed to run with deep threats downfield. He is very good in bump-and-run and also excels in off-man coverage. Gilbert is very fast with the athleticism to turn and run with receivers to not allow separation. His loose hips allow him to flip around to stay with them in and out of their breaks to maintain coverage. Gilbert also has good ball skills and is adept at taking the ball away. As a pro, he should put up some good interception totals.

                      Gilbert contributes in run defense, too, and is tough on the perimeter. He is strong in zone coverage, but there is little reason to take him out of man coverage. Gilbert could also contribute as a kick returner, but whatever team drafts him will probably use a different player to protect Gilbert from injuries.

                      Gilbert's senior year and Combine performance showed that he is worthy of a top-10 pick and can be viewed as a potential No. 1 corner in the NFL. Gilbert is the top-rated cornerback for the 2014 NFL Draft and is likely to be selected in the top half of the first round.

                      Detroit could consider taking Gilbert with the 10th-overall pick. That is a popular projection in mock drafts because the Lions have had weak corners for years and need a No. 1 corner
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                      • #12
                        Titans - #11 Pick -

                        Anthony Barr, OLB, UCLA: The Titans tied for 21st in the NFL with 36 sacks recorded in 2013 with defensive tackle Jurell Casey chipping in a disproportionate 10.5 of them. With the Titans expected to transition to a 3-4 defense under Ray Horton, Casey's numbers are likely to fall, creating a need for more pass rushers. Only two years removed from playing on offense, Barr lacks the polish to rank as a top 10 pick for everyone but his tremendous blend of size (6-5, 255), speed (4.44) and flexibility made him a star rush linebacker in UCLA's 3-4 scheme.
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                        • #13
                          Several mechanical breakdowns in Tom Coughlin caused a delay in the process. We apologize for the inconvenience. Now that the proper parts are in place, The New York Giants, with the 12th pick in the draft, select:

                          Aaron Donald, DT, Pittsburgh State



                          Year: Senior
                          Height: 6'1"
                          Weight: 285lbs
                          Arms: 32 5/8"
                          Hands: 9 7/8"
                          40-yard: 4.68 seconds
                          Bench: 35 reps
                          Vertical: 32"
                          Broad jump: 116"
                          3-cone drill: 7.11 seconds

                          Statistics:


                          Awards:
                          2013 ACC Defensive Player of the Year
                          2013 Bronko Nagurski Award
                          2013 Chuck Bednarik Award
                          2013 John Outland Trophy
                          2013 Vince Lombardi Award

                          Strengths
                          Quick off the snap. Natural leverage. Gets under pads and into gaps. Good foot athlete -- redirects well and can work the edges and loop and stunt. Flexible enough to zone drop in short area. Plays with awareness and consistently locates the ball. Closes hard and fast. Keeps working to the ball. Disruptive penetrating ability. Outstanding career production -- 63 TFL and 27.5 sacks the last three seasons. Tough and competitive. Team captain with terrific personal and football character.

                          Weaknesses
                          As with most undersized pass-rushers, when Donald's burst is contained his short arms limit his effectiveness. Marginal height and frame is nearly maxed out. Hands are more active than strong -- could play with more pop and power. Donald keeps his legs churning and plays with effort, but he can get caught up in the hand-to-hand combat.









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                          • #14
                            With the 13th pick in the OM Draft, the St. Louis Rams select:

                            Calvin Pryor, SS, Louisville
                            5’11”, 207, 40: 4.58, Bench: 18, Vertical jump: 34.5, Broad: 9’4”

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                            BOTTOM LINE A big, physical, hammering run defender brings an enforcer mentality to the box and an intimidating, punishing presence to the back end. Is arguably the most violent hitter in this year's draft class and should make his presence felt readily in the pros. (NFL.com)

                            Hakeem Smith and Pryor formed one of the best safety tandems in the country in 2013, compiling 69 tackles, including 5.5 for loss, three interceptions and two forced fumbles, on his way to earning 2013 All-American Athletic Conference first-team honors.
                            Has prototypical size and athleticism for the position and is one of the most well-rounded safeties in the class with explosive downhill reaction to the run, strong awareness in coverage and versatility to hold his own on the outside or in the slot.
                            Pryor has elite tools and potential if he can harness his sledgehammer playing style with disciplined intensity. (CBS)

                            Pick made at 7:09PM MST. Da Bears and SoDakBronco on the clock.

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                            • #15
                              With the 14th pick in the OM Draft, the Chicago Bears Select:

                              Darqueze Dennard, CB, Michigan St.

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