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2nd Round Mock (1st Round Pick)

1 - HOU: Derek Carr, QB, Fresno State
(Clowney, DE) Fans shouldn't let David Carr make them nervous about his brother. Derek has a stronger arm, came from a better offense, and will have much better protection that his older brother had
2 - WAS: Joel Bitonio, OL , Nevada
The Redskins need to address multiple OL positions, and Bitonio has the ability to play inside or outside
3 - CLE: Bradley Roby, CB , Ohio State
(Watkins, WR; Manziel QB) After landing a WR and QB in Round 1, the Browns can turn their attention to the secondary, and land a super-athletic CB to pair with Joe Haden
4 - OAK: Tom Savage, QB , Pittsburgh
(Matthews, OT) Savage has been somewhat of a late riser, but shouldn't be overlooked. He has all the tools you want in a franchise QB, and will have the benefit of learning the offense behind Shaub until he's ready to go
5 - ATL: Demarcus Lawrence, DE , Boise State
(Lewan, OT) Atlanta is moving towardsa hybrid 3-4/4-3 defense, and need adge rushers. Lawrence can play stanring up, or with his hand in the dirt
6 - TB: Kony Ealy, DL , Missouri
(Evans, WR) Bowers is on his last legs with the team, and needs to prove that he can stay healthy. The Bucs should consider Ealy here, as he has excellent value, and does everything you want a 4-3 DE to do
7 - JAX: Jimmy Garoppolo, QB, Eastern Illinois
(Mack, LB) I think this pick comes down to Garoppolo and Mettenberger. Mett's knee concerns make me question his long-term durability, and Garoppolo looks like a safer pick
8 - MIN: Kelvin Benjamin, WR, Florida State
(Bortles, QB) The Vikings should be looking for the best players they can find here. Adding a 6'5" to pair with Patterson should give Bortles all the deep balls he wants
9 - BUF: Ja'Wuan James, OL , Tennessee
(Ebron, TE) Cordy Glenn has held down the LT spot much better than anticipated, but they need a RT. James is very udnerrated, and could start at LT or RT
10 - TEN: Scott Crichton, DE, Oregon State
(Dennard, CB) Pass-rushing DE should be the next-highest need for the Titans, and Crichton is a nice grab here
11 - NYG: Austin Seferian-Jenkins, TE , Washington
(Donald, DT) The Giants need to find a big target for Eli, and a reliable TE. ASJ has the size and power you want in a TE, and is willing to help out as a blocker
12 - STL: Allen Robinson, WR , Penn State
(Robinson, OT; Gilbert, CB) Landing Robinson here would be a coup for the Rams. They need a reliable big receiver, and Robinson is one of the best
13 - DET: Carlos Hyde, RB , Ohio State
(Clinton-Dix, S) If the Lions keep drafting the best player available, Hyde should be right on their list. Bush was great last season, but they need a bulldozer that can bust up the middle
14 - PIT: Cameron Fleming, T , Stanford
(Beckham Jr, WR) After finding Big Ben a new toy, they should look hard into keeping him clean. Fleming can play LT or RT, which are both spots that need upgrades
15 - DAL: Jimmie Ward, S , Northern Illinois
(Nix, DT) Instead of reaching for a safety in Round 1, the Cowboys wait it out, and land a liklely Day 1 starter in Ward
16 - BAL: Lamarcus Joyner, CB, Florida State
(Martin, OT) Safety and CB are both need areas for the Ravens. Joyner is a bit undersized, but he can lock down the slot, and can play center field if they need him to
17 - NYJ: Jace Amaro, TE , Texas Tech
(Cooks, WR) Landing WR and TE in the 1st 2 rounds would be ideal for the Jets. Cooks and Amaro will really open up this offense, and give Geno some legitimate targets
18 - MIA: Jeremiah Attaochu, OLB, Georgia Tech
(Su'a-Filo, OG) Though he might be more of a 3-4 OLB, the Dolphins run some hybrid sets, and could use some depth behind Wake and Jordan
19 - CHI: Ra'Shede Hageman, DL , Minnesota
(Pryor, S) Losing Melton is going to hurt, so grabbing a young, aggressive DT like Hageman here is a steal
20 - ARI: Kyle Van Noy, OLB, BYU
(Bridgewater, QB) After QB, OLB is high up there on the needs list for Arizona. Van Noy could go at the end of the 1st, so getting him here is nice
21 - GB: Donte Moncrief, WR , Mississippi
(Mosley, LB) Moncrief started to gain some 1st Round attention before the season, and mostly fell due to the rise of so many junior receivers. His route running and IQ would be a nice fit with Rodgers
22 - PHI: Jordan Matthews, WR, Vanderbilt
(Barr, LB) Another big WR goes to the Eagles here. Matthews is a smart route runner, and has experience that should help him quickly pick up Kelly's offense
23 - CIN: Marcus Smith, DE , louisville
(Fuller, CB) Secondary and pass rusher are the biggest needs for CIncinnati, so getting them out of the way early would be a good move
24 - SF: Keith McGill, DB , Utah
(from KC)(Lee, WR) The 49ers need to upgrade their secondary, and grabbing a big, physical CB like McGill would be nice
25 - SD: Bishop Sankey, RB , Washington
(Verrett, CB) MAtthews has been disappointing since they drafted him, and he's losing tread quickly. Adding a young back like Sankey would be a smart move here
26 - NO: Paul Richardson, WR , Colorado
(Ford, LB) Grabbing a young WR should be on the Saints' wishlist. Nick Toon hasn't panned out, leaving Kenny Stills as the only young guy on their team with potential
27 - IND: Gabe Jackson, OG, Mississippi State
Both OG spots should be addressed during the draft at some point. Jackson could play either side, and gives the Colts an aggresive run blocker
28 - CAR: Davante Adams, WR, Fresno State
(Moses, OT) Adams has 1st Round potential, but will likely fall due to the depth at the position. The Panthers should pounce all over him here
29 - SF: Weston Richburg, C, Colorado State
Goodwin is 36, and they don't have a real replacement around for him. Richburg can back up the 3 interior spots effectively, and take Goodwin's spot when he retires
30 - NE: Jeremy Hill, RB, LSU
(Jernigan, DT) Ridley is inconsistent and unreliable, which likely means he doesnt have juch of a future with the team. Hill has some baggage, but the potential to be a feature goalline back
31 - DEN: Stephon Tuitt, DL , Notre Dame
(Shazier, LB) Tuitt's injury history will make some people nervous. Luckily, the Broncos don't need him to start now, they need him to provide depth and develop
32 - SEA: Troy Niklas, TE , Notre Dame
(Kouandjio, OT) After RT, TE should be the next box for the Seahawks to check off. Niklas is a traditional; TE that can block and catch very effectively

User Comments

Wednesday, April 30, 2014 6:14 PM
Above Average -- Like that you put put the 1st rd pick there too. Few guys I don't think fall that far( ealy,hageman,tuitt) but its not my mock. Lol great job!


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