2014 NFL Mock Draft
Round 1 (part 2) of 2 Rounds
Moses is excellent in pass protection, when he gets some good bend in his knees at least. He would take over for Michael Oher.
Ebron has Top 15 talent based on his pass-catching ability, but leaves a lot to be desired as a blocker. Could go as high as No. 9 or maybe slide into this range.
Miami's offensive line is in shambles and even after a couple free agent OL signings, there is still room for more depth or better starters almost across the board.
There has been almost no positive buzz for Bridgewater. There are talks of him having a mid-round grade from some evaluators. We'll see if he is even invited to the draft.
Mosley would be a huge value selection at No. 21. Packers desperately need help up the middle.
Fuller's grade has held steady and for some, improved slightly as a solid late-first rounder.
The Chiefs need a spark on offense and Cooks certainly brings that to the table. He was a huge part of Oregon State's offense last year.
Few teams need corner help like the Bengals. Their current crop is aged and injured. Verrett brings supreme athleticism.
There's always debate about how valuable the 3-4 DT position really is in terms of where they should be drafted. In today's NFL, their position value is very low. San Diego could look elsewhere despite this being a key need.
Lee falls, yet remains a very likely first rounder. Cleveland's offense would be a totally different animal with Manziel and this former USC product.
Ealy projects as a DE in the 4-3, however some may view him as potential 3-4 OLB.
Shazier will likely be limited to 4-3 defenses which slides him down my mock a bit. He'd be a great fit next to Luke Kuechly.
The Patriots are aging quickly upfront and had to dig deep on the depth chart last year. Jernigan has special upside if he can improve his stamina later in games.
Roby has some boom or bust potential. If the 49ers opt to stay at No. 30 (the reports suggest they will not), Roby will be on the short list.
Borland would be described by John Madden as a real football player or a guy who just plays football. This is a good thing.
Kouandjio has excellent length but there are concerns about other aspects of his game. Could go around No. 30 or a full round later.
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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|