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Default The Bow's 8,000th Post BLOWOUT! 2013 Positional Rankings, 7-Round Mock and SURPRISE..

For my 8,000th post, I wanted to do something special, so here are my personal 2013 positional rankings followed by my VERY FIRST SEVEN round 2013 NFL Draft and a surprise at the bottom... If I screwed up with any of the picks, just let me know. These seven rounders really take some concentration... ENJOY...


Quarterbacks:

1. Matt Barkley, Southern California
2. Geno Smith, West Virginia
3. Tyler Wilson, Arkansas
4. E.J. Manuel, Florida State
5. Mike Glennon, North Carolina State
6. Ryan Nassib, Syracuse
7. Tyler Bray, Tennessee
8. Landry Jones, Oklahoma
9. Matt Scott, Arizona
10. Zac Dysert, Miami (Oh.)
11. Sean Renfree, Duke
12. Jordan Rodgers, Vanderbilt
13. Collin Klein, Kansas State
14. Ryan Griffin, Tulane
15. Kyle Padron, Southern Methodist
16. Jeff Tuel, Washington State

17. Alex Carder, Western Michigan
18. Brad Sorensen, Southern Utah
19. Adam Kennedy, Utah State
20. James Vandenberg, Iowa

Running Backs:

1. Eddie Lacy, Alabama

2. Marcus Lattimore, South Carolina
3. Giovani Bernard, North Carolina
4. Montee Ball, Wisconsin
5. Knile Davis, Arkansas
6. Le'Veon Bell, Michigan State
7. Andre Ellington, Clemson

8. Kenjon Barner, Oregon
9. Joseph Randle, Oklahoma State
10. Stepfan Taylor, Stanford
11. Cierre Wood, Notre Dame
12. Johnathan Franklin, UCLA
13. Jawan Jamison, Rutgers
14. Mike Gillislee, Florida
15. Christine Michael, Texas A&M
16. Ray Graham, Pittsburgh
17. Dennis Johnson, Arkansas
18. Kerwynn Williams, Utah State

19. Stefphon Jefferson, Nevada
20. Montel Harris, Temple
21. Spencer Ware, Louisiana State
22. Theo Riddick, Notre Dame
23. Chris Thompson, Florida State
24. Michael Ford, Louisiana State
25. D.J. Harper, Boise State
26. Rex Burkhead, Nebraska
27. Zac Stacy, Vanderbilt
28. Mike James, Miami (Fla.)
29. Robbie Rouse, Fresno State
30. Trabis Ward, Tennessee State

Wide Receivers:

1. Cordarrelle Patterson, Tennessee
2. Tavon Austin, West Virginia
3. Keenan Allen, California
4. Justin Hunter, Tennessee
5. DeAndre Hopkins, Clemson
6. Robert Woods, Southern California
7. Terrance Williams, Baylor
8. Da'Rick Rogers, Tennessee Tech
9. Stedman Bailey, West Virginia
10. Ryan Swope, Texas A&M
11. Kenny Stills, Oklahoma
12. Cobi Hamilton, Arkansas
13. Marcus Wheaton, Oregon State
14. Quinton Patton, Louisiana Tech
15. Aaron Dobson, Marshall
16. Marquise Goodwin, Texas
17. Marquess Wilson, Washington State
18. Ace Sanders, South Carolina
19. Marcus Davis, Virginia Tech
20. Aaron Mellette, Elon
21. Chris Harper, Kansas State
22. Tavarres King, Georgia
23. Josh Boyce, Texas Christian
24. Corey Fuller, Virginia Tech
25. Conner Vernon, Duke
26. Brandon Kaufman, Eastern Washington
27. Emory Blake, Auburn
28. Rodney Smith, Florida State
29. Erik Highsmith, North Carolina
30. Uzoma Nwachukwu, Texas A&M
31. Justin Brown, Oklahoma
32. Dan Buckner, Arizona
33. Keenan Davis, Iowa
34. Chad Bumphis, Mississippi State
35. Mike Shanahan, Pittsburgh
36. Marlon Brown, Georgia
37. Roy Roundtree, Michigan
38. Russell Shepard, Louisiana State
39. Darius Johnson, Southern Methodist
40. La'Rod King, Kentucky

Tight Ends:

1. Tyler Eifert, Notre Dame
2. Zach Ertz, Stanford
3. Gavin Escobar, San Diego State
4. Jordan Reed, Florida
5. Vance McDonald, Rice
6. Travis Kelce, Cincinnati
7. Dion Sims, Michigan State
8. Levine Toilolo, Stanford
9. Joseph Fauria, UCLA
10. Jake Stoneburner, Ohio State
11. Chris Gragg, Arkansas
12. Ryan Otten, San Jose State
13. Mychal Rivera, Tennessee
14. Nick Kasa, Colorado
15. Michael Williams, Alabama
16. Phillip Lutzenkirchen, Auburn

17. C.J. Fiedorowicz, Iowa
18. Jacob Pederson, Wisconsin
19. D.C. Jefferson, Rutgers
20. Zach Sudfeld, Nevada
21. Kyler Reed, Nebraska
22. Chris Pantale, Boston College
23. Ben Cotton, Nebraska
24. Ryan Griffin, Connecticut
25. Jack Doyle, Western Kentucky

Offensive Tackles:

1. Luke Joeckel, Texas A&M
2. Eric Fisher, Central Michigan
3. Lane Johnson, Oklahoma
4. D.J. Fluker, Alabama
5. Menelik Watson, Florida State
6. Terron Armstead, Arkansas-Pine Bluff
7. Dallas Thomas, Tennessee
8. Justin Pugh, Syracuse
9. Kyle Long, Oregon
10. Brennan Williams, North Carolina
11. Chris Faulk, Lousiana State
12. Oday Aboushi, Virginia
13. Ricky Wagner, Wisconsin
14. Jordan Mills, Louisiana Tech
15. Alex Hurst, Louisiana State
17. Reid Fragel, Ohio State
18. Xavier Nixon, Florida
19. David Quessenberry, San Jose State
20. Vinston Painter, Virginia Tech
21. John Wetzel, Boston College
22. Luke Marquardt, Azusa Pacific
23. Braden Brown, Brigham Young
24. Tanner Hawkinson, Kansas
25. Manase Foketi, West Texas A&M
26. Elvis Fisher, Missouri
27. R.J. Mattes, North Carolina State

28. Nick Becton, Virginia Tech
29. Dann O'Neill, Western Michigan
30. LaAdrian Waddle, Texas Tech



Offensive Guards:

1. Chance Warmack, Alabama
2. Jonathan Cooper, North Carolina
3. Larry Warford, Kentucky
4. Alvin Bailey, Arkansas
5. David Bakhtiari, Colorado
6. Brian Winters, Kent State
7. Travis Bond, North Carolina
8. Mark Jackson, Glenville State
9. Lane Taylor, Oklahoma State
10. Omoregie Uzzi, Georgia Tech
11. Earl Watford, James Madison
12. Garrett Gilkey, Chadron State
13. Hugh Thornton, Illinois
14. Josh Dworaczyk, Louisiana State
15. J.C. Tretter, Cornell
16. Braden Hansen, Brigham Young
17. Sam Brenner, Utah
18. Matt Summers-Gavin, California
19. Jeff Baca, UCLA
20. John Sullen, Auburn

Offensive Centers:

1. Barrett Jones, Alabama
2. Travis Frederick, Wisconsin
3. Khaled Holmes, Southern California
4. Brian Schwenke, California
5. Braxston Cave, Notre Dame
6. Dalton Freeman, Clemson
7. Ben Habern, Oklahoma
8. Travis Swanson, Arkansas
9. James Ferentz, Iowa
10. Graham Pocic, Illinois
11. Joe Madsen, West Virginia
12. P.J. Lonergan, Louisiana State
13. Mario Benavides, Louisville
14. T.J. Johnson South Carolina
15. Matt Smith, Kentucky

Linebackers:

1. Barkevious Mingo, Louisiana State
2. Jarvis Jones, Georgia
3. Alec Ogletree, Georgia
4. Manti Te'o, Notre Dame
5. Kevin Minter, Louisiana State
6. Arthur Brown, Kansas State
7. Jamie Collins, Southern Miss
8. Sean Porter, Texas A&M
9. Khaseem Greene, Rutgers
10. Chase Thomas, Stanford
11. Nico Johnson, Alabama
12. Kevin Reddick, North Carolina
13. Jelani Jenkins, Florida
14. Kiko Alonso, Oregon
15. Trevardo Williams, Connecticut
16. Jon Bostic, Florida
17. Zavier Gooden, Missouri
18. Shayne Skov, Stanford
19. Gerald Hodges, Penn State
20. Tom Wort, Oklahoma
21. Bruce Taylor, Virginia Tech
22. A.J. Klein, Iowa State
23. Michael Mauti, Penn State
24. Jordan Campbell, New Mexico Highlands
25. Jonathan Stewart, Texas A&M
26. Sio Moore, Nevada
27. Ty Powell, Harding
28. Ramon Buchanon, Miami (Fla.)
29. Travis Long, Washington State
30. Etienne Sabino, Ohio State

Defensive Tackles:

1. Sharrif Floyd, Florida
2. Sheldon Richardson, Missouri
3. Star Lotulelei, Utah
4. Johnathan Hankins, Ohio State
5. John Jenkins, Georgia
6. Jesse Williams, Alabama
7. Sylvester Williams, North Carolina
8. Kawann Short, Purdue
9. Bennie Logan, Louisiana State
10. Brandon Williams, Missouri Southern State
11. Akeem Spence, Illinois
12. Kwame Geathers, Georgia
13. Montori Hughes, Tennessee-Martin
14. Jordan Hill, Penn State
15. Everett Dawkins, Florida State
16. Cory Grissom, South Florida
17. Anthony McCloud, Florida State
18. Darrington Sentimore, Tennessee
19. Brandon Moore, Texas
20. Joe Vellano, Maryland
21. Baker Steinkuhler, Nebraska
22. Anthony Rashad White, Michigan State
23. Josh Boyd, Mississippi State
24. Chris Jones, Bowling Green

Defensive Ends:

1. Dion Jordan, Oregon
2. Cornellius Carradine, Florida State
3. Bjoern Werner, Florida State
4. Damontre Moore, Texas A&M
5. Ezekiel Ansah, Brigham Young
6. Sam Montgomery, Louisiana State
7. Alex Okafor, Texas
8. Datone Jones, UCLA
9. Corey Lemonier, Auburn
10. William Gholston, Michigan State
11. Brandon Jenkins, Florida State
12. Michael Buchanan, Illinois
13. Devin Taylor, South Carolina
14. Margus Hunt, Southern Methodist

15. Walter Stewart, Cincinnati
16. John Simon, Ohio State
17. Malliciah Goodman, Clemson
18. Lavar Edwards, Louisiana State
19. Cornelius Washington, Georgia
20. Tourek Williams, Florida International
21. Stansly Maponga, Texas Christian
22. Joe Kruger, Utah
23. Abry Jones, Georgia
24. Kapron Lewis-Moore, Notre Dame
25. Quinton Dial, Alabama

Safeties:

1. Kenny Vaccaro, Texas
2. Eric Reid, Louisiana State
3. Jonathan Cyprien, Florida International
4. Matt Elam, Florida
5. Bacarri Rambo, Georgia
6. D.J. Swearinger, South Carolina
7. Robert Lester, Alabama
8. T.J. McDonald, Southern California
9. Shamarko Thomas, Syracuse
10. Tony Jefferson, Oklahoma
11. Phillip Thomas, Fresno State
12. Shawn Williams, Georgia
13. Ray Ray Armstrong, Miami (Fla.)
14. Zeke Motta, Notre Dame
15. Kenny Tate, Maryland
16. Josh Evans Florida
17. DeVonte Holloman, South Carolina
18. Vaughn Telemaque, Miami (Fla.)
19. John Boyett, Oregon
20. Jawanza Starling, Southern California
21. J.J. Wilcox, Georgia Southern
22. Duke Williams, Nevada
23. Daimion Stafford, Nebraska
24. Cooper Taylor, Richmond
25. Don Jones, Arkansas State

Cornerbacks:

1. Dee Milliner, Alabama
2. Xavier Rhodes, Florida State
3. Desmond Trufant, Washington
4. Johnathan Banks, Mississippi State
5. David Amerson, North Carolina State
6. Jordan Poyer, Oregon State
7. Jamar Taylor, Boise State
8. D.J. Hayden, Houston

9. Blidi Wreh-Wilson, Connecticut
10. Logan Ryan, Rutgers
11. Tharold Simon, Louisiana State
12. Darius Slay, Mississippi State

13. Terry Hawthorne, Illinois
14. Tyrann Mathieu, Louisiana State
15. Sanders Commings, Georgia
16. Robert Alford, Southeastern Louisiana
17. Johnny Adams, Michigan State
18. Brandon McGee, Miami (Fla.)
19. Leon McFadden, San Diego State
20. Will Davis, Utah State
21. Nickell Robey, Southern California
22. Dwayne Gratz, Connecticut
23. Steve Williams, California
24. B.W. Webb, William & Mary
25. Terrence Brown, Stanford
26. Nigel Malone, Kansas State
27. Mike Edwards, Hawaii
28. Demontre Hurst, Oklahoma
29. Micah Hyde, Iowa
31. Greg Reid, Valdosta State
33. Aaron Hester, UCLA
34. Demetrius McCray, Appalachian State
35. Adrian Bushell, Louisville
36. Akeem Auguste, South Carolina
37. Dax Swanson, Sam Houston State

38. Branden Smith, Georgia
39. Kayvon Webster, South Florida
40. Marcus Cromartie, Wisconsin

Kickers:

1) Dustin Hopkins, Florida State
2) Caleb Sturgis, Florida
3) Brett Maher, Nebraska
4) Brett Baer, Louisiana Lafayette
5) Anthony Cantele, Kansas State
6) Tyler Bitancurt, West Virginia
7) Dan Conroy, Michigan State
8) Matt Weller, Ohio

Punters:

1) Brad Wing, Louisiana State
2) Ryan Allen, Louisiana Tech
3) Jeff Locke, UCLA
4) Quinn Sharp, Oklahoma State
5) Tress Way, Oklahoma
6) Scott Kovanda, Ball State
7) Pete Kontodiakos, Colorado State
8) Josh Hubner, Arizona State

(*Credit goes to fischbowl for the rankings of the Kickers & Punters :))



2013 Mock Draft:

Round 1:


1. Kansas City Chiefs - Eric Fisher, Offensive Tackle, Central Michigan
NFL Comparison: Nate Solder, New England Patriots

(Andy Reid loves the big boys! They released Winston and now they are rumors about Albert being traded. This one's obvious.)

2. Jacksonville Jaguars - Geno Smith, Quarterback, West Virginia
NFL Comparison: Jason Campbell, Chicago Bears
(When the owner and his son are in attendance, you know there is some serious interest. I don't trust Gabbert at all and I don't think they do either.)

3. Oakland Raiders -
Sharrif Floyd, Defensive Tackle, Florida
NFL Comparison: Geno Atkins, Cincinnati Bengals

(Seems like the perfect fit for a team that is losing both of last year's starters ar DT. Jordan or Ansah were considered as well.)

4. Philadelphia Eagles - Luke Joeckel, Offensive Tackle, Texas A&M
NFL Comparison: Michael Roos, Tennessee Titans

(Addressed their other big need at CB in free agency. Peter's health isn't guaranteed and Herremann's best position is inside at OG.)

5. Detroit Lions - Dion Jordan, Linebacker, Oregon
NFL Comparison: Julian Peterson, San Francisco 49ers (retired)

(Milliner could be considered here, but they spent a lot of coin in FA addressing the secondary while losing both outside rushers Avril and KVB.)

6. Cleveland Browns - Dee Milliner, Cornerback, Alabama
NFL Comparison: Joe Haden, Cleveland Browns

(Really attacked their big needs in FA except a boundary bookend partner for Joe Haden. This duo could be the best in football real fast.)


7. Arizona Cardinals - Lane Johnson, Offensive Tackle, Oklahoma
NFL Comparison: Eric Winston, Kansas City Chiefs
(Not sold that a Hoyer/Stanton QB competition is the way to go, but at this point a mid-round QB is the more likely option. Either way, the O-line needs to be addressed.)



8. Buffalo Bills - Matt Barkley, Quarterback, Southern California
NFL Comparison: Matt Schaub, Houston Texans
(Not sure I love the fit, but Geno is gone and the Bills need a QB of the future. Waiting until 2nd for Nassib would be too much of a gamble.)

9. New York Jets - Ezekial Ansah, Defensive End, Brigham Young
NFL Comparison: Jason Pierre-Paul, New York Giants

(Athletic specimen will need time to learn and who better to teach him than Rex Ryan. Pass rush is needed so they address it in a big way here.)

10. Tennessee Titans - Star Lotulelei, Defensive Tackle, Utah
NFL Comparison: Haloti Ngata, Baltimore Ravens
(The fall ends here for Star. Lost Marks in FA so a replacement is needed. BPA here for a Titans team lacking ior talent and pass rush up the middle.)


11. San Diego Chargers - Chance Warmack, Offensive Guard, Alabama
NFL Comparison: Marshal Yanda, Baltimore Ravens
(Lost Vasquez in FA, and anyone who watched the Chargers in '12 noticed Rivers running for his life. An upgrade on the OL is needed bad.)


12. Miami Dolphins - Tavon Austin, Wide Receiver, West Virginia
NFL Comparison: Percy Harvin, Minnesota Vikings

(Ireland has been quietly very interested in the WVU product and has talked up adding "playmakers" all offseason. Slot of the future is also needed because Bess is a FA after the season. Just a sneaking suspicion here.)

13. Tampa Bay Buccaneers -Cornellius Carradine, Defensive End, Florida State
NFL Comparison: Andre Carter, New England Patriots

(Once Tank is able to put in a full workout, he will shoot up boards very quickly. Bowers is slated to take over full-time but has done little up to this point to be completely trusted.)

14. Carolina Panthers - Sheldon Richardson, Defensive Tackle, Missouri
NFL Comparison: Kevin Williams, Minnesota Vikings

(A complement is needed to the bigger Sione Fua to give this defense some much needed help in the middle of the line. Richardson should be an All-Pro from Day 1.)

15. New Orleans Saints - Barkevious Mingo, Defensive End, Louisiana State
NFL Comparison: DeMarcus Ware, Dallas Cowboys

(Mingo is a local product who would be a great fit as a 3-4 OLB as the Saints make their transition to the new defense under Rob Ryan.)

16. St. Louis Rams - Jonathan Cooper, Offensive Guard, North Carolina
NFL Comparison: Mike Iupati, San Francisco 49ers
(Could go much earlier than this, but he slides to a Rams team very much in need of some protection for Sam Bradford and some help in the running game. Cooper can help big time in both areas.)

17. Pittsburgh Steelers - Jarvis Jones, Linebacker, Georgia
NFL Comparison: Bruce Irvin, Seattle Seahawks

(Pittsburgh would be elated to have Jones fall to them to replace the departed James Harrison. Jones can help replace that nastiness that Harrison brought off the edge for many years in the Steel City.)

18. Dallas Cowboys - Kenny Vaccaro, Safety, Texas
NFL Comparison: Mark Barron, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
(The Cowboys are said to be very interested in upgrading the back end of their secondary and have been linked to Vaccaro quite a bit recently. They take the local product in what appears to be a great marriage for both sides.)

19. New York Giants - Bjoern Werner, Defensive End, Florida State
NFL Comparison: Chris Long, St. Louis Rams

(Werner could go earlier than this, but I think this is about right where he belongs in the first round. Tuck will be a FA after the season so they can groom Werner as his possible replacement on the edge.)

20. Chicago Bears - Alec Ogletree, Linebacker, Georgia
NFL Comparison: Thomas Davis, Carolina Panthers
(Let HOF'er Brian Urlacher walk, so a new leader in the LB corps is needed. He can definitely lead by example with his tremendous playmaking ability and speed from the LB position.)

21. Cincinnati Bengals - D.J. Fluker, Offensive Tackle, Alabama

NFL Comparison: Flozell Adams, Dallas Cowboys (retired)
(They haven't been in a huge hurry to re-sign Andre Smith, so a replacement on the right side is needed. Fluker could probably help at guard if also needed. Should plug in and be a solid starter for the next 10 years.)


22. St. Louis Rams - Cordarrelle Patterson, Wide Receiver, Tennessee
NFL Comparison: Julio Jones, Atlanta Falcons[/font]
(If the Rams want Bradford to take the next step forward they need a true #1 for him to target. Cordarrelle definitely has the talent to be just that.)

23. Minnesota Vikings - Keenan Allen, Wide Receiver, California
NFL Comparison: Reggie Wayne, Indianapolis Colts
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(Simply put, the Vikings need help at the WR position for Christian Ponder, even with the addition of Greg Jennings. Enter the most pro-ready WR in the draft.)

24. Indianapolis Colts - Damontre Moore, Defensive End, Texas A&M
NFL Comparison: Kamerion Wimbley, Tennessee Titans
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(Did not address the OLB position with much enthusiasm in FA so this could be a dream come true for Colts fans if Moore was to drop this far.)

25. Minnesota Vikings - Sylvester Williams, Defensive Tackle, North Carolina

(Their DT's are a little long in the tooth, so they grab Williams to come in and add an infusion of youth to the middle of their defense. Te'o or Arthur Brown could also be considered here.)

26. Green Bay Packers - Arthur Brown, Linebacker, Kansas State
NFL Comparison: D.J. Williams, Denver Broncos
(A.J. Hawk is getting up there in age, and they can't count on Desmond Bishop to stay healthy. Brown seems to be a favorite among many draftniks and coaches alike. Could be a solid fit as an ILB in GB's 3-4 defense.)

27. Houston Texans - Justin Hunter, Wide Receiver, Tennessee
NFL Comparison: A.J. Green, Cincinnati Bengals

[FONT=tahoma, 'new york', times, serif](Houston has been rumored all offseason to be looking for a running mate to open up the field across from All-Pro Andre Johnson. Hunter can do just that.)

28. Denver Broncos -
Xavier Rhodes, Cornerback, Florida State
NFL Comparison:
Patrick Peterson, Arizona Cardinals
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(Even though Denver added Rodgers-Cromartie this offseason, they let Tracy Porter walk and Champ Bailey is getting towards the end of his road. This would be a great coup for Denver this late in the first round.)

29. New England Patriots - Johnathon Hankins, Defensive Tackle, Ohio State
NFL Comparison: Marcell Dareus, Buffalo Bills

(Need some depth up front and an eventual replacement for Big Vince. Hankins is a good value here as Pats continue to help out D.)


30. Atlanta Falcons - Desmond Trufant, Cornerback, Washington
NFL Comparison: Marcus Trufant, Seattle Seahawks
(Close to losing BOTH starting CB's from last year in FA, so reinforcements are needed. Trufant would provide tremendous value here.)

31. San Francisco 49ers - Jonathan Cyprien, Safety, Florida International

NFL Comparison: Ed Reed, Baltimore Ravens
(Here is Goldson's replacement in the fast-rising Cyprien. Has all the tools to replace the All-Pro safety with his range and ball-hawking ability.)

32. Baltimore Ravens - Manti Te'o, Linebacker, Notre Dame
NFL Comparison:
Rey Maualuga, Cincinnati Bengals

(With all the question marks surrounding Te'o, it forces him to fall to the end of the first, where Ozzie Newsome gets a solid leader to take over for the HOF'er Ray Lewis. Great value here for Baltimore, which is just what Newsome loves.


Round 2:

33. Jacksonville Jaguars - Johnthan Banks, Cornerback, Mississippi State

34. San Francisco 49ers - Zach Ertz, Tight End, Stanford

35. Philadelphia Eagles - E.J. Manuel, Quarterback, Florida State

36. Detroit Lions - Menelik Watson, Offensive Tackle, Florida State

37. Cincinnati Bengals -
Eddie Lacy, Running Back, Alabama

38. Arizona Cardinals - Mike Glennon, Quarterback, North Carolina State

39. New York Jets -
Ryan Nassib, Quarterback, Syracuse

40. Tennessee Titans - Margus Hunt, Defensive End, Southern Methodist

41. Buffalo Bills - Kevin Minter, Linebacker, Louisiana State

42. Miami Dolphins - Tyler Eifert, Tight End, Notre Dame

43. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - David Amerson, Cornerback, N.C. State

44. Carolina Panthers - DeAndre Hopkins, Wide Receiver, Clemson

45. San Diego Chargers - Blidi Wreh-Wilson, Cornerback, Connecticut

46. St. Louis Rams - Matt Elam, Safety, Florida

47. Dallas Cowboys - Kawann Short, Defensive Tackle, Purdue

48. Pittsburgh Steelers - John Jenkins, Defensive Tackle, Georgia

49. New York Giants - Dallas Thomas, Offensive Tackle, Tennessee

50. Chicago Bears - Barrett Jones, Offensive Center, Alabama

51. Washington Redskins - Jordan Poyer, Cornerback, Oregon State

52. Minnesota Vikings - Shamarko Thomas, Safety, Syracuse

53. Cincinnati Bengals - Datone Jones, Defensive End, UCLA

54. Miami Dolphins - Corey Lemonier, Defensive End, Auburn

55. Green Bay Packers - Gio Bernard, Running Back, North Carolina

56. Seattle Seahawks - Terron Armstead, Offensive Tackle, Arkansas-Pine Bluff

57. Houston Texans - Tyler Wilson, Quarterback, Arkansas


58. Denver Broncos - Alex Okafor, Defensive End, Texas

59. New England Patriots - Robert Woods, Wide Receiver, Southern California

60. Atlanta Falcons - Gavin Escobar, Tight End, San Diego State

61. San Francisco 49ers - Jesse Williams, Defensive Tackle, Alabama


62. Baltimore Ravens - Eric Reid, Safety, Louisiana State

Round 3:

63. Kansas City Chiefs - Kevin Reddick, Linebacker, North Carolina

64. Jacksonville Jaguars - Khaseem Greene, Linebacker, Rutgers

65. Detroit Lions - Terrance Williams, Wide Receiver, Baylor

66. Oakland Raiders - Jamar Taylor, Cornerback, Boise State


67. Philadelphia Eagles - Larry Warford, Offensive Guard, Kentucky

Brandon Williams, Defensive Tackle, Missouri Southern State

68. Cleveland Browns - Kyle Long, Offensive Guard, Oregon

69. Arizona Cardinals - Jamie Collins, Linebacker, Southern Mississippi


70. Tennessee Titans - Travis Frederick, Offensive Center, Wisconsin

71. Buffalo Bills - Justin Pugh, Offensive Tackle/Guard, Syracuse

72. New York Jets - Johnathan Franklin, Running Back, UCLA

73. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Jon Bostic, Linebacker, Florida

74. San Francisco 49ers - Michael Buchanan, Defensive End, Illinois

75. New Orleans Saints - D.J. Swearinger, Safety, South Carolina

76. San Diego Chargers - Sam Montgomery, Defensive End, Louisiana State

77. Miami Dolphins - Marcus Lattimore, Running Back, South Carolina

78. St. Louis Rams - Bennie Logan, Defensive Tackle, Louisiana State

79. Pittsburgh Steelers - Montee Ball, Running Back, Wisconsin

80. Dallas Cowboys - Landry Jones, Quarterback, Oklahoma

81. New York Giants - Travis Kelce, Tight End, Cincinnati

82. Miami Dolphins - Tharold Simon, Cornerback, Louisiana State

83. Minnesota Vikings - Tyrann Matheiu, Cornerback, Louisiana State

84. Cincinnati Bengals - Robert Alford, Cornerback, Southeast Missouri State


85. Washington Redskins - Brennan Williams, Offensive Tackle, North Carolina

86. Indianapolis Colts - D.J. Hayden, Cornerback, Houston


87. Seattle Seahawks - Brandon Williams, Defensive Tackle, Missouri Southern State

88. Green Bay Packers - Phillip Thomas, Safety, Fresno State

89. Houston Texans - Jordan Reed, Tight End, Florida

90. Denver Broncos - Le'Veon Bell, Running Back, Michigan State

91. New England Patriots - Rick Wagner, Offensive Tackle, Wisconsin

92. Atlanta Falcons - Sean Porter, Linebacker, Texas A&M

93. San Francisco 49ers - Darius Slay, Cornerback, Mississippi State

94. Baltimore Ravens - Oday Aboushi, Offensive Tackle, Virginia

95. Houston Texans - David Bakhtiari, Offensive Tackle, Colorado

96. Kansas City Chiefs - Matt Scott, Quarterback, Arizona

97. Tennessee Titans - Logan Ryan, Cornerback, Rutgers

Round 4:

98. Jacksonville Jaguars - Devin Taylor, Defensive End, South Carolina

99. Kansas City Chiefs -
William Gholston, Defensive End, Michigan State

100. Oakland Raiders - Tyler Bray, Quarterback, Tennessee

101. Philadelphia Eagles - Rontez Miles, Safety, California (Pa.)

102. Minnesota Vikings -
Jelani Jenkins, Linebacker, Florida

103. Arizona Cardinals -
Nico Johnson, Linebacker, Alabama

104. Cleveland Browns - Malliciah Goodman, Defensive End, Clemson


105. Buffalo Bills -
Vance McDonald, Tight End, Rice

106. New York Jets - Montori Hughes, Defensive Tackle, Tennessee-Martin

107. Tennessee Titans -
Alvin Bailey, Offensive Guard, Arkansas

108. Carolina Panthers -
Bacarri Rambo, Safety, Georgia

109. New Orleans Saints -
B.W. Webb, Cornerback, William & Mary

110. San Diego Chargers - Dion Sims, Tight End, Michigan State

111. Miami Dolphins - Chris Faulk, Offensive Tackle, Louisiana State

112. New York Jets - Shawn Williams, Safety, Georgia

113. St. Louis Rams - Trevardo Williams, Linebacker, Connecticut

114. Dallas Cowboys -
Knile Davis, Running Back, Arkansas

115. Pittsburgh Steelers - Sanders Commings, Cornerback, Georgia

116. New York Giants - Tony Jefferson, Safety, Oklahoma

117. Chicago Bears - Brandon McGee, Cornerback, Miami (Fla.)

118. Cincinnati Bengals - Stedman Bailey, Wide Receiver, West Virginia

119. Washington Redskins - Robert Lester, Safety, Alabama

120. Minnesota Vikings - Zac Dysert, Quarterback, Miami (Oh.)

121. Indianapolis Colts -
Kwame Geathers, Defensive Tackle, Georgia

122. Green Bay Packers - Walter Stewart, Defensive End, Cincinnati

123. Seattle Seahawks -
Nickell Robey, Cornerback, Southern California

124. Houston Texans - Vince Williams, Linebacker, Florida State

125. Denver Broncos - Akeem Spence, Defensive Tackle, Illinois

126. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Chris Gragg, Tight End, Arkansas

127. Atlanta Falcons - Jordan Mills, Offensive Tackle, Louisiana Tech

128. San Francisco 49ers - Chase Thomas, Linebacker, Stanford

129. Baltimore Ravens - Quinton Patton, Wide Receiver, Louisiana Tech

130. Baltimore Ravens - Terry Hawthorne, Cornerback, Illinois

131. San Francisco 49ers -
Marcus Wheaton, Wide Receiver, Oregon State

132. Detroit Lions -
Leon McFadden, Cornerback, San Diego State

133. Atlanta Falcons - John Simon, Defensive End, Ohio State

Round 5:

134. Kansas City Chiefs - Christine Michael, Running Back, Texas A&M

135. Jacksonville Jaguars - Andre Ellington, Running Back, Clemson

136. Philadelphia Eagles - Mike Catapano, Defensive End, Princeton

137. Detroit Lions - Gerald Hodges, Linebacker, Penn State

138. Seattle Seahawks -
Cornelius Washington, Linebacker, Georgia


139. Cleveland Browns - Nick Kasa, Tight End, Colorado

140. Arizona Cardinals - Ryan Swope, Wide Receiver, Texas A&M

141. New York Jets - Steve Williams, Cornerback, California

142. Tennessee Titans - Aaron Dobson, Wide Receiver, Marshall

143. Buffalo Bills - Cobi Hamilton, Wide Receiver, Arkansas

144. New Orleans Saints - Marquise Goodwin, Wide Receiver, Texas

145. San Diego Chargers - Luke Marquardt, Offensive Tackle, Azusa Pacific

146. Miami Dolphins - Josh Evans, Safety, Florida

147. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Everett Dawkins, Defensive Tackle, Florida State

148. Carolina Panthers - Dwayne Gratz, Cornerback, Connecticut

149. St. Louis Rams - Xavier Nixon, Offensive Tackle, Florida

150. Pittsburgh Steelers -
Da'Rick Rogers, Wide Receiver, Tennessee

151. Dallas Cowboys - Brian Winters, Offensive Guard, Kent State

152. New York Giants - Earl Watford, Offensive Guard, James Madison


153. Chicago Bears - Levine Toilolo, Tight End, Stanford

154. Washington Redskins - Joseph Fauria, Tight End, UCLA

155. Minnesota Vikings - Ace Sanders, Wide Receiver, South Carolina

156. Cincinnati Bengals - Kiko Alonso, Linebacker, Oregon

157. San Francisco 49ers - Collin Klein, Quarterback, Kansas State

158. Seattle Seahawks - Denard Robinson, Quarterback/Running Back, Michigan

159. Green Bay Packers - Alex Hurst, Offensive Tackle, Louisiana State

160. Houston Texans - Duke Williams, Safety, Nevada

161. Denver Broncos - Khaled Holmes, Offensive Guard, Southern California

162. Washington Redskins - Lavar Edwards, Defensive End, Louisiana State

163. Atlanta Falcons - Marquess Wilson, Wide Receiver, Washington State

164. San Francisco 49ers - Dustin Hopkins, Kicker, Florida State

165. Baltimore Ravens - Brian Schwenke, Offensive Center, California

166. Miami Dolphins - Caleb Sturgis, Kicker, Florida

167. Green Bay Packers - Ryan Otten, Tight End, San Jose State

168. Baltimore Ravens - Adrian Bushell, Cornerback, Louisville

Round 6:

169. Jacksonville Jaguars - Jordan Hill, Defensive Tackle, Penn State

170. Kansas City Chiefs - Conner Vernon, Wide Receiver, Duke

171. Detroit Lions - Kenjon Barner, Running Back, Oregon

172. Oakland Raiders - Stansly Maponga, Defensive End, Texas Christian

173. Cleveland Browns - Marcus Davis, Wide Receiver, Virginia Tech

174. Arizona Cardinals - Stepfan Taylor, Running Back, Stanford

175. Cleveland Browns - Jordan Rodgers, Quarterback, Vanderbilt

176. Arizona Cardinals - Michael Williams, Tight End, Alabama

177. Buffalo Bills - Ty Powell, Defensive End, Harding

178. New York Jets - Corey Fuller, Wide Receiver, Virginia Tech

179. San Diego Chargers - Johnny Adams, Cornerback, Michigan State

180. San Francisco 49ers - Anthony McCloud, Defensive Tackle, Florida State

181. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Demetrius McCray, Cornerback, Appalachian State

182. Carolina Panthers - David Bass, Defensive End, Missouri Western


183. New Orleans Saints - Braden Brown, Offensive Tackle, Brigham Young

184. St. Louis Rams - Cierre Wood, Running Back, Notre Dame

185. Dallas Cowboys - Vinston Painter, Offensive Tackle, Virginia Tech

186. Pittsburgh Steelers - Zeke Motta, Safety, Notre Dame

187. New York Giants - Michael Mauti, Linebacker, Penn State

188. Chicago Bears - Aaron Mellette, Wide Receiver, Elon

189. Minnesota Vikings - Quanterus Smith, Defensive End, Western Kentucky

190. Cincinnati Bengals - J.J. Wilcox, Safety, Georgia Southern

191. Washington Redskins - Terrence Brown, Cornerback, Stanford

192. Indianapolis Colts - Joseph Randle, Running Back, Oklahoma State

193. Green Bay Packers - Micah Hyde, Cornerback, Iowa

194. Seattle Seahawks - David Quessenberry, Offensive Guard, San Jose State

195. Houston Texans - Nigel Malone, Cornerback, Kansas State

196. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Chris Harper, Wide Receiver, Kansas State

197. Cincinnati Bengals - Branden Smith, Cornerback, Georgia

198. Atlanta Falcons - Dax Swanson, Cornerback, Sam Houston State

199. Baltimore Ravens - Joe Kruger, Defensive End, Utah

200. Baltimore Ravens - J.C. Tretter, Offensive Guard, Cornell

201. Houston Texans - Jawan Jamison, Running Back, Rutgers

202. Tennessee Titans - Daimon Stafford, Safety, Nebraska

203. Baltimore Ravens - Josh Boyce, Wide Receiver, Texas Christian

204. Kansas City Chiefs - Mychal Rivera, Tight End, Tennessee

205. Oakland Raiders - Mike Edwards, Cornerback, Hawaii

206. Pittsburgh Steelers - Ryan Griffin, Quarterback, Tulane

Round 7:

207. Kansas City Chiefs - Aaron Hester, Cornerback, UCLA

208. Jacksonville Jaguars - Jawanza Starling, Safety, Southern California

209. Oakland Raiders - DeVonte Holloman, Linebacker, South Carolina


210. Philadelphia Eagles - T.J. Barnes, Defensive Tackle, Georgia Tech

211. Detroit Lions - Braxston Cave, Offensive Center, Notre Dame

212. Philadelphia Eagles - Demontre Hurst, Cornerback, Oklahoma

213. Minnesota Vikings - Akeem Auguste, Cornerback, South Carolina

214. Minnesota Vikings - Manase Foketi, Offensive Tackle, West Texas A&M

215. New York Jets - Brandon Moore, Defensive Tackle, Texas

216. Tennessee Titans - D.C. Jefferson, Tight End, Rutgers

217. Miami Dolphins - Don Jones, Safety/Cornerback, Arkansas State

218. Philadelphia Eagles - Jake Stoneburner, Tight End, Ohio State

219. Oakland Raiders - Jack Doyle, Tight End, Western Kentucky

220. Seattle Seahawks - Jordan Campbell, Linebacker, New Mexico Highlands

221. San Diego Chargers - Dennis Johnson, Running Back, Arkansas

222. St. Louis Rams - Theo Riddick, Running Back/Wide Receiver, Notre Dame

223. Pittsburgh Steelers - Zach Line, Fullback, Southern Methodist

224. Miami Dolphins - Sean Renfree, Quarterback, Duke

225. New York Giants - William Campbell, Defensive Tackle, Michigan

226. New England Patriots - Marcus Cromartie, Cornerback, Wisconsin

227. San Francisco 49ers - Kyle Juszcyk, Fullback/H-Back, Harvard

228. Washington Redskins - Kerwynn Williams, Running Back, Utah State

229. Minnesota Vikings - MarQuis Gray, Quarterback/Tight End, Minnesota

230. Indianapolis Colts - Dave Kruger, Defensive Tackle, Utah

231. Seattle Seahawks - Kenny Tate, Safety, Maryland

232. Green Bay Packers - P.J. Lonergan, Offensive Center, Louisiana State

233. Houston Texans - Travis Bond, Offensive Guard, North Carolina

234. Denver Broncos - Bruce Taylor, Linebacker, Virginia Tech

235. New England Patriots - Dayne Crist, Quarterback, Kansas

236. Atlanta Falcons - Ray Graham, Running Back, Pittsburgh

237. San Francisco 49ers - Greg Reid, Cornerback, Valdosta State

238. Baltimore Ravens - Ray Ray Armstrong, Safety, Miami (Fla.)

239. Philadelphia Eagles - John Boyett, Safety, Oregon

240. Cincinnati Bengals - Cory Grissom, Defensive Tackle, South Florida

241. Seattle Seahawks - Justice Cunningham, Tight End, South Carolina

242. Seattle Seahawks - Miguel Maysonet, Running Back, Stony Brook

243. Atlanta Falcons - Josh Boyd, Defensive Tackle, Mississippi State

244. Atlanta Falcons - Rashard Hall, Safety, Clemson

245. Detroit Lions - Josh Downs, Defensive Tackle, Louisiana State

246. San Francisco 49ers - Spencer Ware, Running Back, Louisiana State

247. Baltimore Ravens - Lerentee McCray, Defensive End, Florida

248. Tennessee Titans - Onterio McCalebb, Running Back, Auburn

249. Atlanta Falcons - T.J. Johnson, Offensive Center, South Carolin

250. Miami Dolphins - Kenbrell Thompkins, Wide Receiver, Cincinnati

251. Cincinnati Bengals - Kyle Padron, Quarterback, Eastern Washington

252. San Francisco 49ers - Tourek Williams, Defensive End, Florida International

253. New York Giants - Tommy Bohanon, Fullback, Wake Forest

254. Indianapolis Colts - Cooper Taylor, Safety, Richmond

Team Selections Breakdown:

Arizona Cardinals: Lane Johnson, Mike Glennon, Jamie Collins, Nico Johnson, Ryan Swope, Travis Bond, Michael Williams

Atlanta Falcons: Desmond Trufant, Gavin Escobar, Sean Porter, Jordan Mills, John Simon, Marquess Wilson, Dax Swanson, Ray Graham, Josh Boyd, Rashard Hall, T.J. Johnson

Baltimore Ravens: Manti Te'o, Eric Reid, Oday Aboushi, Quinton Patton, Brian Schwenke, Adrian Bushell, Joe Kruger, J.C. Tretter, Josh Boyce, Ray Ray Armstrong, Lerentee McCray

Buffalo Bills: Matt Barkley, Kevin Minter, Justin Pugh, Vance McDonald, Cobi Hamilton, Ty Powell

Carolina Panthers: Sheldon Richardson, DeAndre Hopkins, Bacarri Rambo, Dwayne Gratz, David Bass

Chicago Bears: Alec Ogletree, Barrett Jones, Brandon McGee, Levine Toilolo, Aaron Mellette

Cincinnati Bengals: D.J. Fluker, Eddie Lacy, Datone Jones, Robert Alford, Stedman Bailey, Kiko Alonso, J.J. Wilcox, Branden Smith, Cory Grissom, Kyle Padron

Cleveland Browns: Dee Milliner, Kyle Long, Malliciah Goodman, Nick Kasa, Marcus Davis, Jordan Rodgers

Dallas Cowboys: Kenny Vaccaro, Kawann Short, Landry Jones, Knile Davis, Brian Winters, Vinston Painter

Denver Broncos: Xavier Rhodes, Alex Okafor, Le'Veon Bell, Akeem Spence, Khaled Holmes, Bruce Taylor

Detroit Lions: Dion Jordan, Menelik Watson, Terrance Williams, Leon McFadden, Gerald Hodges, Kenjon Barner, Braxston Cave, Josh Downs

Green Bay Packers: Arthur Brown, Gio Bernard, Phillip Thomas, Walter Stewart, Alex Hurst, Ryan Otten, Micah Hyde, P.J. Lonergan


Houston Texans: Justin Hunter, Tyler Wilson, Jordan Reed, David Bakhtiari, Vince Williams, Duke Williams, Nigel Malone, Jawan Jamison, Travis Bond

Indianapolis Colts:
Damontre Moore, D.J. Hayden, Kwame Geathers, Joseph Randle, Dave Kruger, Cooper Taylor

Jacksonville Jaguars: Geno Smith, Johnthan Banks, Khaseem Greene, Devin Taylor, Andre Ellington, Jordan Hill, Jawanza Starling

Kansas City Chiefs: Eric Fisher, Kevin Reddick, Matt Scott,
William Gholston, Christine Michael, Conner Vernon, Mychal Rivera, Aaron Hester

Miami Dolphins: Tavon Austin, Tyler Eifert, Corey Lemonier, Marcus Lattimore, Tharold Simon, Chris Faulk, Josh Evans, Caleb Sturgis, Don Jones, Sean Renfree, Kenbrell Thompkins

Minnesota Vikings: K
eenan Allen, Sylvester Williams, Shamarko Thomas, Tyrann Matheiu, Jelani Jenkins, Zac Dysert, Ace Sanders, Quanterus Smith, Akeem Auguste, Manase Foketi, MarQuis Gray

New England Patriots: Johnathon Hankins, Robert Woods, Rick Wagner, Marcus Cromartie, Dayne Crist

New Orleans Saints: Barkevious Mingo, D.J. Swearinger, B.W. Webb, Marquise Goodwin, Braden Brown

New York Giants: Bjoern Werner, Dallas Thomas, Travis Kelce, Tony Jefferson, Earl Watford, Michael Mauti, William Campbell, Tommy Bohanon

New York Jets: Ezekial Ansah, Ryan Nassib, Johnathan Franklin, Montori Hughes, Shawn Williams, Steve Williams, Corey Fuller
Oakland Raiders: Sharrif Floyd, Jamar Taylor, Tyler Bray, Stansly Maponga, Mike Edwards, DeVonte Holloman, Jack Doyle

Philadelphia Eagles: Luke Joeckel, E. J. Manuel, Larry Warford, Rontez Miles, Mike Catapano, T.J. Barnes, Demontre Hurst, Jake Stoneburner, John Boyett

Pittsburgh Steelers: Jarvis Jones, John Jenkins, Montee Ball, Sanders Commings, Da'Rick Rogers, Zeke Motta, Ryan Griffin,
Zach Line

San Diego Chargers: Chance Warmack, Blidi Wreh-Wilson, Sam Montgomery, Dion Sims, Luke Marquardt, Johnny Adams, Dennis Johnson

San Francisco 49ers: Johnathan Cyprien, Jesse Williams, Michael Buchanan, Darius Slay, Chase Thomas, Marcus Wheaton, Collin Klein, Dustin Hopkins,
Anthony McCloud, Kyle Juszcyk, Greg Reid, Spencer Ware, Tourek Williams


Seattle Seahawks: Terron Armstead, Brandon Williams, Nickell Robey, Cornelius Washington, Denard Robinson, David Quessenberry, Jordan Campbell, Kenny Tate, Justice Cunningham, Miguel Maysonet

St. Louis Rams: Jonathan Cooper, Cordarrelle Patterson, Matt Elam, Bennie Logan, Trevardo Williams, Xavier Nixon, Cierre Wood, Theo Riddick

Tampa Bay Buccaneers:
Cornellius Carradine, David Amerson, Jon Bostic, Chris Gragg, Everett Dawkins, Demetrius McCray, Chris Harper

Tennessee Titans: Star Lotulelei, Margus Hunt, Travis Frederick,
Logan Ryan
, Alvin Bailey, Aaron Dobson, Daimon Stafford, D.C. Jefferson, Onterio McCalebb

Washington Redskins: Jordan Poyer, Brennan Williams, Robert Lester, Joseph Fauria, John Simon, Terrence Brown, Kerwynn Williams



AND SURPRISE.... My second early 2014 Mock Draft:


Round 1:

1. Oakland Raiders - Jadeveon Clowney, Defensive End, South Carolina

2. New York Jets -
Marqise Lee, Wide Receiver, Southern California

3. Cleveland Browns -
Teddy Bridgewater, Quarterback, Louisville

4. Kansas City Chiefs -
Sammy Watkins, Wide Receiver, Clemson

5. Arizona Cardinals -
Jake Matthews, Offensive Tackle, Texas A&M

6. Jacksonville Jaguars -
Bradley Roby, Cornerback, Ohio State

7. San Diego Chargers - Anthony Barr, Linebacker, UCLA

8. Tennessee Titans - Cyrus Kouandjio, Offensive Tackle, Alabama

9. Minnesota Vikings -
C.J. Mosley, Linebacker, Alabama

10. Buffalo Bills - Taylor Lewan, Offensive Tackle, Michigan


11. Philadelphia Eagles - Austin Sefarian-Jenkins, Tight End, Washington

12. St. Louis Rams - Louis Nix, Defensive Tackle, Notre Dame

13. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Stephon Tuitt, Defensive Tackle, Notre Dame

14. Indianapolis Colts - Cyril Richardson, Offensive Tackle, Baylor

15. Detroit Lions - Kyle Van Noy, Linebacker, Brigham Young

16. Miami Dolphins - Louchiez Purifoy, Cornerback, Florida


17. Dallas Cowboys - De'Anthony Thomas, Running Back, Oregon

18. Carolina Panthers -
Ifo Ekpre-Olomu, Cornerback, Oregon

19. Chicago Bears - Justin Gilbert, Cornerback, Oklahoma State

20. St. Louis Rams - Adrian Hubbard, Linebacker, Alabama

21. New Orleans Saints - Daniel McCullers, Defensive Tackle, Tennessee

22. Cincinnati Bengals - Craig Loston, Safety, Louisiana State

23. Seattle Seahawks - Colt Lyerla, Tight End, Oregon

24. Pittsburgh Steelers - Lamarcus Joyner, Safety, Florida State

25. Denver Broncos - Trey Depriest, Linebacker, Alabama

26. New York Giants - Ryan Shazier, Linebacker, Ohio State

27. Baltimore Ravens - Ed Reynolds, Safety, Stanford

28. Houston Texans - David Yankey, Offensive Tackle, Stanford

29. Green Bay Packers - Jackson Jeffcoat, Defensive End, Texas

30. Atlanta Falcons - Anthony Johnson, Defensive Tackle, Louisiana State

31. New England Patriots - Marcus Roberson, Cornerback, Florida

32. San Francisco 49ers - Aaron Lynch, Defensive End, South Florida


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your fonts and formatting give me a headache.

that being said, nice work on ranking all positions & 8 rounds of a mock.

for the vikes, i love allen, but i'm not sold on sylvester at #25. i'd prefer arthur brown at 25 & then jesse williams in the 2nd.

i also like shamarko, but in the 3rd round instead.
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Decent Pats draft, I am not a big Hankins fan but I like Woods in the second. If we lose Vollmer than Wagner is a good mid round pick. Props on the effot though, this tooks a lot of work.

If the Jets are picking second in 2014 they are going to take Bridgewater over Marqise Lee.
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I like the positions, but after Mingo the players aren't who I personally would pick. Good job though!
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Decent Pats draft, I am not a big Hankins fan but I like Woods in the second. If we lose Vollmer than Wagner is a good mid round pick. Props on the effot though, this tooks a lot of work.

If the Jets are picking second in 2014 they are going to take Bridgewater over Marqise Lee.
I only did this because I have them taking Nassib in the second round of my 2013 draft.
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that being said, nice work on ranking all positions & 8 rounds of a mock.

for the vikes, i love allen, but i'm not sold on sylvester at #25. i'd prefer arthur brown at 25 & then jesse williams in the 2nd.

i also like shamarko, but in the 3rd round instead.
Agreed with this. We very much need secondary help, but I'd prefer to focus on corner than safety at this point. I'm also not sold on Honey Badger, but I can see how his dynamism would be appealing to a team that lacks it in most positions. I dig Sanders, but also wouldn't mind picking up a speed back in the later rounds.
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I'm sounding like a broken record on Ogletree, but I would much rather have Arthur Brown. A better player with less character concerns. The rest of the draft is fine from a Bears perspective. The only other nitpick I have is the receiver pick. We have Marshall and Jeffrey. I'm not sure we need another big receiver. A smaller slot-type guy might be better.

For the Jaguars, very good first three rounds. I'm not sure about Devin Taylor, but other than that, I like the draft.

As for 2014, Clowney WILL NOT be the first overall pick, especially if Oakland has the first pick. Will he be the best prospect? Probably. But a QB will help the Raiders a lot more than a DE, no matter how good he is. In this scenario, Bridgewater would 100% be the pick, unless the Raiders decided to trade for Alex Smith.
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Very good Bills Mock. I think they like Barkley a lot more than they are letting on to the public.

All the positions seemed to be covered, but the only way I would fix it is Da'rick Rogers in the 5th over Cobi Hamilton.
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1st off: +rep for the post as a whole
2nd off: I'd give another +rep for this awesome 49ers mock

San Francisco 49ers: Johnathan Cyprien, Zach Ertz, Jesse Williams, Michael Buchanan, Darius Slay, Chase Thomas, Marcus Wheaton, Collin Klein, Dustin Hopkins, Anthony McCloud, Kyle Juszcyk, Greg Reid, Spencer Ware, Tourek Williams

I'm a fan of the bolded picks, especially. Good job.
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Washington Redskins: Jordan Poyer, Brennan Williams, Robert Lester, Joseph Fauria, John Simon, Terrence Brown, Kerwynn Williams
Love the Poyer pick. Curious what makes you think the Skins are looking at a RT so early in the draft after signing 3 in free agency and apparently being high on Compton from last years draft? Seems unlikely to me at this point. I would expect them to target a playmaker in the 3rd/4th at WR/RB/TE. Fauria probably isnt the type of TE they would look to replace Fred Davis with either. If Fred isn't back I think they would look for more of an athletic stretch the field pass catcher to pair with Logan who is a beast blocking. Lester is an ok pick. I know you are high on him. Simon is an intriguing pick. With Rob Jackson facing suspension for a few games and Orakpo coming off injury I wouldnt be surprised if we tried to add another OLBer. Big fan of Kerwynn Williams. Especially that late.
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The Bengals not addressing the safety postion till 6th round is a failure. Replace Datone Jones with Eric Reid since just re-signed 2 backup DEs and franchised Michael Johnson.
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Confused on the Chiefs and Eagles write-ups. Did you decide on a trade and then change your mind? The write-ups don't match at all.
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Confused on the Chiefs and Eagles write-ups. Did you decide on a trade and then change your mind? The write-ups don't match at all.
Oh yes, I swapped the player out, but forgot to swap the explantations. Sorry about that! Fixed it!
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I like the positions, but after Mingo the players aren't who I personally would pick. Good job though!
this would be my response as well, would be bummed to see the saints pass on brandon williams in the third for instance
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Just don't like it for the Ravens. If the best NFL comparison for Manti is one of the worst starting LBs in the NFL I don't want him anywhere near Baltimore.

In that situation would prefer Eifert, Hopkins or Elam. Rather Faulk than Aboushi and Rogers over Wheaton.
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Very realistic overall. For the Browns, I'm not thrilled with Milliner at 6. I like him, but I think there are so many others that are just about as good all through 2nd and 3rd rounds. I think Tavon or even Eifert might be an option there. Which leads me to wonder why you've got him so low. You have him ranked as your top TE but Ertz goes before him? If anything, I'll bet Eifert goes higher then expected.

As for the rest, I think the only way the Browns go interior OG is if they find a monster in the running game to fit at RG. Long is a LG with the skill set to move to LT. Goodman is a stronger fit in a 43 unless you projected him as a 34 DE, which is fine, but there's no room for him on the Browns. Kasa is ok but we passed Jordan Reed for him which is not ok. Marcus Davis is a no no. He's a major project that I didn't like at all at V.Tech. I blame his sorry play, in part, for Logan Thomas' poor season. Jordan Rodgers? Why not.
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A lot there to digest but overrall some super info.

Ironically my sleeper of the draft, Cooper Taylor, is your Mr. Irrelevant. I could see him going to Jacksonville at the top of the 3rd round. 6-4 230lb safety who ran a 4.45 at his pro day and someone Gus Bradley could liken to Cam Chancellor.
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Nice work dude. Switch Ogletree with Brown or Patterson and it's solid.
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not the biggest Ogletree fan , however I'am a HUGE Barrett Jones supporter, overall nice job ! Making 7 rounds is not easy.
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Not who I hope to see the Saints picking after round 1, but you get rep for putting the work in.
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I'd be surprised if Trent Baalke selects a kicker since they just signed All-Pro Phil Dawson. Perhaps, but unlikely.

Only glaring thing I caught in the rankings.

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NFL Comparison: Geno Atkins, Cincinnati Bengals
(Seems like the perfect fit for a team that is losing both of last year's starters ar DT. Jordan or Ansah were considered as well.)
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Wow. You put a lot of work in. I'd take that Bears draft, very realistic. A couple changes I would make, but I'm not going to harp on those. Positions are dead on, probably round for round. And I pretty much agree with your rankings for the most part.

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UGH!!! Why do you hate the Jets so much?

1. Nassib in the 2nd?? Get real. Guy is trash, he wouldn't even beat Mark Sanchez for the starting job.

2. Montori Hughes?? You mean the carbon copy of the guy we drafted in the 3rd 2 years ago and is already on the team in Kenrick Ellis? WHY???

3. Why in the world would the Jets PASS ON BRIDGEWATER and take Lee? What justification could you possibly have for that?

What a mess, I'd seriously pick a new team and give up on the Jets forever if those picks happened. At least your 2013 1st rounder for them is digestible.
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