2014 NFL Mock Draft
Round 1 (part 2) of 2 Rounds
Ebron had 973 receiving yards last season, three 100-yard performances, and a 199-yard outburst against Miami (FL). Joe Flacco would appreciate the help in the passing game.
The Jets need playmakers on offense in the worst way, so it would not be a surprise to see them go that route with at least their first pick. Beckham is coming off a big year at LSU, where he hauled in 59 passes for 1152 yards and eight touchdowns.
Miami had well-documented--even historic--problems on the offensive line last season. The rebuilding process must begin now.
Arizona has been borderline hopeless for many, many years at quarterback. With such a good defense, this may be the only piece missing on the way to being a real contender.
Shazier is an NFL-ready player who is leaving Ohio State early. Green Bay has Clay Matthews, but it needs some help on the inside.
Cooks is coming off an incredible season at Oregon State, where he caught 128 passes for 1730 yards and 16 touchdowns.
Lee dealt with injuries last season so it was a disappointing swansong at USC. However, the dangerous wideout caught 118 passes for 1721 yards and 14 scores as a sophomore.
Cincinnati's secondary was nonexistent at times last season, so taking arguably the second best safety in the class naturally makes plenty of sense.
San Diego can always use another cornerback, having to face Denver twice every regular season. Roby comes with some red flags off the field, but on the field he has the speed to contribute both at cornerback and on special teams.
Verrett can play either outside or in the slot. He comes with a few injury concerns, but those are not red flags that should drop him out of the first round.
Latimer's stock has made a late surge and New Orleans desperately needs to get younger at the receiver position.
Kouandijo was a big part of another awesome offensive line at Alabama. He is inconsistent at times, but he is a raw talent who has the potential to develop into one of the best left tackles in football.
Perhaps nobody helped himself more at the Senior Bowl than Hageman. Tight end is also a possibility.
Injuries plagued Fuller last season at Virginia Tech, but he still looks like a late-first or early-second selection. It could be the former if there is projected run on cornerbacks in the second half of round one.
Ealy's stock soared after the combine, where he ran the best three-cone drill of any defensive lineman. The result could be a first-round selection in Thursday's draft.
With the last pick of the first round, Seattle will likely go with an offensive lineman, linebacker, or tight end.
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FFToolbox 2014 NFL Mock Drafts
|FFToolbox Writer||Dated||Predicted 1-2-3-4-5-6|
|Mark Niemi||May-08||J. Clowney, G. Robinson, J. Manziel, S. Watkins, K. Mack, J. Matthews|
|Mark Morales-Smith||May-08||J. Clowney, G. Robinson, J. Manziel, S. Watkins, K. Mack, J. Matthews|
|Rob Warner||May-08||K. Mack, G. Robinson, J. Clowney, S. Watkins, J. Manziel, J. Matthews|
|Ricky Dimon||May-08||J. Clowney, G. Robinson, K. Mack, J. Manziel, S. Watkins, J. Matthews|
|Matt De Lima||May-06||J. Clowney, K. Mack, S. Watkins, J. Manziel, G. Robinson, T. Lewan|
|Forrest N Long||Apr-29||J. Manziel, J. Matthews, J. Clowney, K. Mack, S. Watkins, G. Robinson|