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Average Rank: 3.4 out of 5 (13 votes) -- Rank This Mock Draft


1 - HOU: Johnny Manziel, QB, Texas A&M
Athletically gifted and a playmaker from both the pocket and on the run, Manziel gives a fresh look to a franchise in desperate need of a makeover at the quarterback position.
2 - STL: Greg Robinson, OT, Auburn
Injuries to Jake Long, and with Roger Saffold headed to free agency, a big void is left on the ends of the Rams line. This mauler can step right in.
3 - JAX: Jadeveon Clowney, DE , South Carolina
Jacksonville needs a franchise QB, but they also finished with a total of 31 sacks on the season (tied for last in the NFL). Clowney is an explosive playmaker who can disrupt a play right off the snap, and can cause havoc for opposing QB's.
4 - CLE: Blake Bortles, QB, Central Florida
This organization needs an exceptional draft to begin turning around this organization, and Blake Bortles is a good start. Big frame with above average pocket awareness and footwork, Bortles can beat you with his arm or his legs.
5 - OAK: Sammy Watkins, WR, Clemson
Watkins is an exceptional athlete and provides everything you want in a wideout. He has great hands combined with exceptional ability to create YAC and impressive body control while working the sidelines.
6 - ATL: Anthony Barr, LB, UCLA
Atlanta has had problems getting after the quarterback this year after losing John Abraham to Arizona. Barr is still raw in his coverage skills, but the kid is an extremely talented pass-rusher with a ton of upside.
7 - TB: Khalil Mack, LB , Buffalo
An exceptional athlete with the versatility to play in either a 4-3 or 3-4, Mack has played big against all levels of competition, namely having multiple big plays vs Ohio State in 2013.
8 - MIN: Teddy Bridgewater, QB, Louisville
A potential top pick, Bridgewater brings a NFL arm and good decision-making. Not the most gifted QB, but solid in every aspect. Having Adrian Peterson will take the pressure off him early on.
9 - BUF: Jake Matthews, OT, Texas A&M
Right tackle Erik Pears proved to be below-average this season and needs to be upgraded. Matthews can play either side of the line, however, I feel his best fit is at RT...especially to start out his career. Matthews is an astute run blocker with good footwork and timing.
10 - DET: Justin Gilbert, CB, Oklahoma State
Detroit has secondary issues that need to be addressed and Justin Gilbert is a great fit. The Oklahoma State Cowboy has a good size for the cornerback position with solid coverage and ball skills, though he can shy away from contact at times.
12 - NYG: Taylor Lewan, OT, Michigan
Eli Manning thanks his lucky stars to have some reinforcements on the way for what was an abysmal offensive line in 2013. The addition of Lewan could push Justin Pugh inside to his natural guard spot.
13 - STL: Ha'Sean Clinton-Dix, FS, Alabama
Ha Ha immediately upgrades the Rams safety play over Rodney McLeod, who wasn't awful, but is not a solid starter in the NFL. The Alabama star should be a major factor in the Rams secondary for years and should allow T.J. McDonald to play more than just a box safety role.
14 - CHI: Ed Reynolds, S , Stanford
****READ THIS***** ACTUAL PICK - Calvin Pryor, S, Louisville - He isn't listed for some reason, but the Louisville safety flies around the football field hitting everything in sight. He plays with tremendous energy and passion.
15 - PIT: Darqueze Dennard, CB , Michigan State
The Steelers aging secondary gets a shot in the arm with the addition of the Michigan State product, Dennard. A reliable cover corner with good ball skills and technique. Dennard is fluid when flipping his hips and running. Keeps his body square to the WR until they are close to his body allowing him to explode forward and jump routes.
16 - BAL: Mike Evans, WR, Texas A&M
The Ravens were greatly affected by the loss of Anquan Boldin this past offseason, and it showed in Flacco's numbers as well as the Ravens record. Evans is a big-bodied receiver who will be a perfect compliment to the speedster Torrey Smith.
17 - DAL: Tim Jernigan, DT, Florida State
Fresh off his National Championship victory, the big man heads to big D, to try and turn around a porous run defense.
18 - NYJ: Eric Ebron, TE, North Carolina
Geno gets another weapon in the passing attack to continue his development. Ebron is a big, athletic pass catcher who has worked very hard to become a better blocker throughout his Tarheel career.
19 - MIA: Cyrus Kouandjio, OL , Alabama
The debacle that occurred in Miami finds a bit of a remedy with the addition of the Alabama mammoth. A strong combine could push him up above the likes of Lewan and Martin.
20 - ARI: Zack Martin, OT, Notre Dame
Arizona improved the offensive line from 2012 to 2013, but still could use a bit more. Miller is a versatile lineman who can play all along the offensive line. I think his best fit over time, may be at guard.
22 - PHI: Kony Ealy, DL , Missouri
Trent Cole was the only Eagles defender who could consistently generate a pass-rush in 2013. For Chip Kelly's defense to match the success the offense had this season, they will need to add another pass-rusher to the mix.
23 - KC: Marqise Lee, WR , USC
Don't worry Alex Smith, help is on the way! Captain check down did an admirable job with a lackluster receiving corps this season. Having Jamaal Charles helps a little too. Lee had his hiccups this season, but there is no denying the talented wideout has fantastic upside.
24 - CIN: Dee Ford, DE , Auburn
Michael Johnson may walk, andFord is an exceptional replacement. Incredibly athletic and explosive, he will have no trouble keeping that Bengals pass-rush intact.
25 - SD: Marcus Roberson, DB , Florida
A polished corner who can still improve, just what San Diego needs. San Diego made a valiant effort to disguise their weakness at the corner position. A position that is vitally important when you play the Denver Broncos twice a year.
26 - CLE: Odell Beckham, WR , LSU
Adding Beckham gives new Browns QB, Blake Bortles, more tools to help him succeed as Beckham is a real playmaker at the WR position. Josh Gordon will be happy to see some help.
27 - NO: Kelvin Benjamin, WR, Florida State
Marques Colston is on his last legs, Lance Moore disappears now and then, and Kenny Stills doesn't provide much outside of the deep ball. Benjamin is a big wideout who high points the football and shows good body control to shield defenders from the football.
28 - CAR: Allen Robinson, WR , Penn State
Robinson is a scary player once the football is in his hands. He looks like a punt returner as he zigs and zags his way for yards after the catch. Could be a special talent at the next level.
29 - SF: Lamarcus Joyner, CB, Florida State
A bit undersized, but a physical, heady football player nonetheless. Joyner gives the 49er secondary versatility as he can cover the slot efficiently as well as play as a coverage safety allowing 2013 1st rounder, Eric Reid to roam free in the box.
30 - NE: Ra'Shede Hageman, DL , Minnesota
Vince Wilfork could possibly become a cap casualty this offseason, forcing the Pats to look to the draft for another monster to push the pile. Hageman is that man, as he consistently man-handled interior lineman throughout the Senior Bowl week.
31 - DEN: Stephon Tuitt, DL , Notre Dame
Tuitt gives the Broncos additional edge-rush options, but also the ability to move inside to a 3-technique as well.
32 - SEA: Morgan Moses, OT, Virginia
The Seattle roster is deep all across the board with one exception, the offensive line and specifically, right tackle. Breno Giacomini is constantly flagged for holding and only an average starter at best. He is most likely done in Seattle.

User Comments

Wednesday, January 29, 2014 10:58 PM
Above Average -- A good strong draft, but you have some players like Marqise Lee to low in the draft where a team like the Jets would love to have a playmaker like that on their offense. There is too much of that and having Carr ahead of Bortles is kind of questionable.
Thursday, January 30, 2014 12:44 PM
Average -- Solid draft. Can't argue with too many ppl in round 1. I think the Packers would love to add Mosely. He definitely fits a need with Hawk aging and Brad Jones having a down year. I think S and DL are bigger needs but Mosely would be great value at 21
Thursday, January 30, 2014 6:38 PM
Above Average -- The only pick I can't get behind is Zach Martin to Tennessee at 11 I know he is a very dominate player but wouldn't really fill an immediate need
Friday, January 31, 2014 10:50 AM
Poor -- No Bortles in the first round is a pretty flagrant error. There's reason to believe he could go #1
Saturday, February 1, 2014 2:45 PM
Excellent -- Impressed. This draft is informed and realistic. Bortles could be a top 10 pick, though possibly as late as the early second.
Tuesday, February 11, 2014 5:33 PM
Above Average -- Solid. I agree with most of these picks.
Wednesday, February 12, 2014 4:15 AM
Above Average -- Good draft overall, I would love to see Teddy B in purple but I am not sure that will happen.
Wednesday, February 12, 2014 12:32 PM
Above Average -- Nice job overallll, The Ravens picking Evans to try and help a struggling offense and emulating their superiors in the division of Green and Gordon is a good bet as well.


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