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3rd Round Mock (1st, 2nd Round Picks)

Players I'd like to include that they don't have Pierre Desir, CB Terrance West, HB Martravis Bryant, WR Yawin Smallwood, MLB Caraun Reid, DT

1 - HOU: Tre Mason, RB , Auburn
(Clowney, DE; Carr, QB) Losing Tate leaves a big hole at #2 HB behind Foster. Mason's verstility would make him an ideal backup, and he can help lighten the load as Foster gets older
2 - WAS: Phillip Gaines, CB , Rice
(Bitonio, OL) The Redskins could also use a youth infusion at CB. Gaines is a bigger kid that can help lock up opposing WRs
3 - OAK: Deone Bucannon, S , Washington State
(Matthews, OT; Savage, QB) Charles Woodson is back, but he's 37, and even with Usama Young on the roster, they should keep looking to get better. Bucannon can play either safety spot, and is the best player available here
4 - ATL: Marcus Martin, G , USC
(Lewan, OT; Lawrence, DE) Konz hasn't shown that he's going to be a reliable long-term option at center, and they could use an upgrade at RG, both of which could be replaced by Martin
5 - TB: Stanley Jean-Baptiste, CB , Nebraska
(Evans, WR; Ealy, DE) Johnthan Banks was disappointing last year, and though he should get better, and they signed Verner, SJB would be a solid pickup here
6 - JAX: Dominique Easley, DT, Florida
(Mack, LB; Garoppolo, QB) Easley is a player that would have been a 1st Round pick if not for injury. The Jags are in the market for d-line help, and Easley's skill set would be a welcome addition
7 - CLE: Cyril Richardson, OG, Baylor
(Watkins, WR; Manziel, QB; Roby, CB) RG is another need for the Browns in this draft, and getting a player like Richardson, who was considered a 1st Round player, here, is a huge steal
8 - MIN: Andre Williams, RB , Boston College
(Bortles, QB; Benjamin, WR) Peterson can't be the only reliable back on their roster, because he's eventually going to start slowing down. Snagging a bruiser like Williams would lighten some of his load, and take away some of the up-the-middle smash shots he takes
9 - BUF: DaQuan Jones, DT , Penn State
(Ebron, TE; James, OT) Kyle Williams has been a huge part of this team since being drafted in the 5th round in 2006, but he's 30, and the Bills are trying to get younger
10 - NYG: Billy Turner, OG, North Dakota St.
(Donald, DT; Sefarian-Jenkins, TE) Beatty's long-term health is a question mark, Snee is getting old, and Pugh is the only youngster in the group. Turner could come in and play LG or RG, and could play LT in a pinch
11 - STL: Jordie Tripp, OLB, Montana
(Robinson, OT; Gilbert, CB; Robinson, WR) Continuing with the BPA approach, the Rams land an unheralded OLB that would make an unnerving blitz/cover pair with Ogletree
12 - DET: Chris Borland, ILB, Wisconsin
(Clinton-Dix, S; Hyde, HB) Tullouch would be better off at SLB, and Borland would give the Lions some hard-working attitude on defense
13 - SF: Chris Smith, DE , Arkansas
(Lee, WR; McGill, CB; Richburg, C) The 49ers should start thinking about the potential of not keeping Aldon Smith around, and adding extra pass rushers is always a good move
14 - DAL: Kareem Martin, DE , North Carolina
(Nix, DT; Ward, S) Resigning Spencer was a smart move, but the Cowboys need more if they want to replace Ware. Martin won't do that single-handedly, but he'd be a nice addition at this point
15 - BAL: Dion Bailey, S , USC
(Martin, OT; Joyner, DB) Matt Elam was nice last season, but they need another safety to pair with him. Bailey is a traditional center-fielder that can play deep while Elam loads the box
16 - NYJ: Terrence Brooks, DB , Florida State
(Cooks, WR; Amaro, TE) Dawan Landry was solid at safety, but Allen can't be their Day 1 starter. Brooks, like Bailey, is a deep-ball prevention palyer
17 - MIA: Antonio Richardson, OL , Tennessee
(Su'a-Filo, OG; Attaochu, LB) Richardson is another player that was considered to have 1st Round talent, but fell due to injury or performance. He should slide in at RT on Day 1
18 - CHI: Bashaud Breeland, CB, Clemson
(Pryor, S; Hageman, DT) Continuing to address their defense would be smart for Chicago. They should add 2-3 DBs before the end of the draft
19 - CLE: Carl Bradford, DE , Arizona State
THe Browns need to keep their pass rush rotation healthy, and throwing in a powerful rusher like Bradford would be a smart move
20 - ARI: Justin Ellis, DT, Louisiana Tech
(Bridgewater, QB; Van Noy, LB) Big NTs are not easy to find, so grabbing a good one, in Ellis, that can add to their d-line rotaiton, should be a priority
21 - GB: Kelcy Quarles, DT , South Carolina
(Mosley, LB; Moncrief, WR) The Packers added some depth to their front 7, and should look hard at Quarles here as a young player that can eventually pair with BJ Raji and Datone Jones. A year learning behind Peppers woudln't hurt, either
22 - PHI: Brock Vereen, DB , Minnesota
(Barr, LB; Matthews, WR) Safety is still a need spot for the Eagles, and Vereen has the best value of any safety they've had a shot at so far
23 - KC: Shayne Skov, LB , Stanford
(Latimer, WR) Derrick Johnson is a beast, but Joe Mays is an iffy starter. Skov should be abel to step in early, and provide some pop
24 - CIN: Zach Mettenberger, QB, LSU
(Fuller, DB; Smith, DE) Unless they can/want to sign Dalton to a long-tem deal, the Bengals will need to start thinking about finding another QB
25 - SD: Jack Mewhort, OL , Ohio State
(Verrett, CB; Sankey, HB) Dunlap was solid last year at LT, but his history with the Eagles concerns me. THe CHargers should strongly consider adding a new LT in the first few rounds
26 - IND: Jared Abbrederis, WR, Wisconsin
(Jackson, OG) The Colts should continue to upgrade the talent around Luck. Abbrederis is a good blocker and a smart route tunner that will instantly help the offense
27 - NO: Loucheiz Purifoy, DB , Florida
(Ford, LB; Richardson, WR) The Saints need to find another young CB to pair with Keenan Lewis. Purifoy is raw, but he's an incredible athlete, and should develop into a good press-man cover player
28 - CAR: Bruce Ellington, WR , South Carolina
(Moses, OT; Adams, WR) Adams and Cotchery should provide a nice outside tandem, and Ellington would give Cam a smart, tough slot receiver to pair with them
29 - NE: Dakota Dozier, OG, Furman
(Jernigan, DT; Hill, HB) The Patriots are always adding young players that can replace their aging ones in order to avoid big contracts that they don't want to pay. Dozier would be another example of this, and should be in line to replace Mankins at LG
30 - SF: Will Sutton, DT , Arizona State
ANother player that will likely tumble due to injury or character concerns, Sutton will be a welcome addition to the 49ers as a 5-tech DE
31 - DEN: Dri Archer, RB, Kent State
(Shazier, LB; Tuitt, DT) WIth their top returner, Holliday, gone, and their HBs failing to provide any help, the Broncos should consider Archer here as a do-it-all, home run hitter
32 - MIN: Jackson Jeffcoat Jackson Jeffcoat, DE, Texas
Losing Jared Allen will hurt more than their expecting, and replacing him should be a priority.

User Comments

Thursday, May 1, 2014 9:27 AM
Above Average -- LOVE the Skov pick here for KC! Hope he falls this far for this to happen!!
Tuesday, May 6, 2014 10:48 PM
Excellent -- haha i love the fact dat that jags have bad picks i hate them and their scumbag ways. we should move them to london so they can drink tea all day and stink like the industrial revolution pollution they are haha they are losers thanks for clarifying that


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