2014 NFL Mock Draft Full Seven Round Mock 3-11-14


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Version three (here’s our version two) of our full seven round 2014 NFL Mock Draft. It’s done by the same guy who did it for me last year.

So I didn’t write it, but I do enjoy posting it.

Some interesting mock picks here: Bortles #1 overall, Manziel to Cleveland, Clowney falling out of the top 5. Michael Sam going with the last pick in the second round.

By the way, here are our Combine winners and losers, and our in depth and detailed, first round mock draft

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1st round:
HOUSTON: Blake Bortles
Rams: GREG ROBINSON
JACKSONVILLE: Jadeveon Clowney
CLEVELAND: Teddy Bridgewater
OAKLAND: Johnny Manziel
ATLANTA: JAKE MATTHEWS
TAMPA BAY: KHALIL MACK
Vikings: ANTHONY BARR
BUFFALO: CJ MOSLEY
DETROIT: MIKE EVANS
TENNESSEE: JUSTIN GILBERT
GIANTS: SAMMY WATKINS
ST LOUIS: Ha Ha Clinton-Dix
Bears: AARON DONALD
PITTSBURGH: Taylor Lewan
BALTIMORE: MARQUISE LEE
DALLAS: Louis Nix
JETS: ERIC EBRON
MIAMI: Zack Martin
ARIZONA: Cyrus Kouandjio
GREEN BAY: Darqueze Dennard
PHILADELPHIA: CALVIN PRYOR
KANSAS CITY: JACE AMARO
CINCINNATI: KONY EALY
SAN DIEGO: MARCUS ROBERSON
CLEVELAND: Ra’shede Hagemann
NEW ORLEANS: DEE FORD
CAROLINA: KELVIN BENJAMIN
NEW ENGLAND: Austin Seferian-Jenkins
SAN FRANCISCO: TIM JERNIGAN
DENVER: JASON VERRETT
SEATTLE: GABE JACKSON

2nd round:
HOUSTON: ANTONIO RICHARDSON
WASHINGTON: STEPHON TUITT
CLEVELAND: RYAN SHAZIER
OAKLAND: ODELL BECKHAM
ATLANTA: SCOTT CRICHTON
TAMPA BAY: ALLEN ROBINSON
JACKSONVILLE: TRE MASON
MINNESOTA: DEREK CARR
BUFFALO: DAVID YANKEY
TENNESSEE: BISHOP SANKEY
GIANTS: CYRIL RICHARDSON
ST LOUIS: JORDAN MATTHEWS
DETROIT: BRADLEY ROBY
PITTSBURGH: KYLE FULLER
DALLAS: LOUCHEIZ PURIFOY
BALTIMORE: MORGAN MOSES
JETS: DAVANTE ADAMS
MIAMI: STANLEY JEAN BAPTISTE
CHICAGO: DION BAILEY
ARIZONA: JEREMIAH ATTAOCHU
GREEN BAY: TRENT MURPHY
PHILADELPHIA: KYLE VAN NOY
SAN FRANCISCO: SHAYNE SKOV
CINCINNATI: ZACH METTENBERGER
SAN DIEGO: BRANDIN COOKS
INDIANAPOLIS: YAWIN SMALLWOOD
NEW ORLEANS: LAMARCUS JOYNER
CAROLINA: DEONE BUCANNON
SAN FRANCISCO: JAMES HURST
NEW ENGLAND: KELCY QUARLES
DENVER: MARCUS SMITH
SEATTLE: PAUL RICHARDSON

3rd round:
HOUSTON: JACKSON JEFFCOAT
WASHINGTON: CHRIS BORLAND
OAKLAND: DOMINIQUE EASLEY
ATLANTA: XAVIER SUA FILO
JETS: ED REYNOLDS
JACKSONVILLE: TAJH BOYD
CLEVELAND: CARLOS HYDE
MINNESOTA: WILL SUTTON
BUFFALO: AHMAD DIXON
GIANTS: JARED ABBREDERIS
ST LOUIS: AARON MURRAY
DETROIT: WESTON RICHBURG
SAN FRANCISCO: EGO FERGUSON
DALLAS: GEORGE UKO
BALTIMORE: TY ZIMMERMAN
JETS: RASHAAD REYNOLDS
MIAMI: TROY NIKLAS
CHICAGO: TAYLOR HART
CLEVELAND: JOSH HUFF
ARIZONA: ANTHONY JOHNSON
GREEN BAY: DAQUAN JONES
PHILADELPHIA: KHAIRI FORTT
KANSAS CITY: JARVIS LANDRY
CINCINNATI: JUWUAN JAMES
SAN DIEGO: DEMARCUS LAWRENCE
INDIANAPOLIS: BRYAN STORK
NEW ORLEANS: AJ MCCARRON (Brees is going into like his 11th year.)
CAROLINA: MARCUS MARTIN
NEW ENGLAND: ANTONE EXUM
SAN FRANCISCO: EJ GAINES
DENVER: TRAVIS SWANSON
MINNESOTA: VICTOR HAMPTON

4th round:
HOUSTON: TRE BOSTON
WASHINGTON: XAVIER GRIMBLE
ATLANTA: CHRISTIAN JONES
TAMPA BAY: DAKOTA DOZIER
JACKSONVILLE: WALT AIKENS
CLEVELAND: CAMERON FLEMING
OAKLAND: JIMMIE WARD
MINNESOTA: CRAIG LOSTON
BUFFALO: CJ FIEDOROWICZ
ST LOUIS: BILLY TURNER
DETROIT: ANDRE WILLIAMS
TENNESSEE: KAREEM MARTIN
GIANTS: JEREMY HILL
JACKSONVILLE: ADRIAN HUBBARD
JETS: BRANDON COLEMAN
MIAMI: DRI ARCHER
CHICAGO: ANDREW JACKSON
PITTSBURGH: DONTE MONCRIEF
DALLAS: DAVID FALES
ARIZONA: JIMMY GAROPPOLO
GREEN BAY: SEANTREL HENDERSON
PHILADELPHIA: BASHAUD BREELAND
CINCINNATI: BRANDON THOMAS
KANSAS CITY: DANIEL MCCULLERS
SAN DIEGO: TEVIN REESE
NEW ORLEANS: JACK MEWHORT
CLEVELAND: TREVOR REILLY
CAROLINA: TERRANCE WEST
SAN FRANCISCO: HAKEEM SMITH
NEW ENGLAND: TERRENCE BROOKS
DENVER: MICHAEL SAM
SEATTLE: PIERRE DESIR

5th round:
HOUSTON: MARTAVIUS BRYANT
WASHINGTON: JAYLEN WATKINS
TAMPA BAY: DONTE FOSTER
JACKSONVILLE: JONATHAN BROWN
CLEVELAND: CHRIS SMITH
SEATTLE: JOE DON DUNCAN
ATLANTA: JERICK MCKINNON
MINNESOTA: LACHE SEASTRUNK
BUFFALO: MORGAN BRESLIN
JACKSONVILLE: BRANDON LINDER
TENNESSEE: LOGAN THOMAS
GIANTS: KEITH MCGILL
ST LOUIS: BENE BENWIKERE
JETS: ANDRE HAL
MIAMI: KADEEM CAREY
CHICAGO: COREY ROBINSON
PITTSBURGH: JONATHAN DOWLING
JACKSONVILLE: TYLER LARSEN
DALLAS: MATT HALL
ARIZONA: ISAIAH LEWIS
GREEN BAY: RICHARD RODGERS
PHILADELPHIA: ANTHONY STEEN
KANSAS CITY: KAPRI BIBBS
CINCINNATI: BRENT URBAN
SAN DIEGO: ED STINSTON
INDIANAPOLIS: BEN GARDNER
NEW ORLEANS: DEANDRE COLEMAN
CAROLINA: AUSTIN FRANKLIN
PHILADELPHIA: BRUCE ELLINGTON
SAN FRANCISCO: AARON LYNCH
DENVER: JEFF JANIS
SEATTLE: LORENZO TALIAFERRA

6th round:
HOUSTON: TERRANCE MITCHELL
WASHINGTON: TELVIN SMITH
JACKSONVILLE: ARTHUR LYNCH
CLEVELAND: AARON COLVIN
OAKLAND: CALVIN BARNETT
ATLANTA: ROB BLANCHFLOWER
CHICAGO: TERRENCE FEDE
MINNESOTA: JUSTIN ELLIS
BUFFALO: DEANTHONY THOMAS
TENNESSEE: JOE BOTONIO
GIANTS: MARCEL JENSEN
ST LOUIS: CARAUN REID
DETROIT: JUSTIN BRITT
MIAMI: RYAN CARRETHERS
CHICAGO: TODD WASHINGTON
PITTSBURGH: SHAQUIL BARRETT
BALTIMORE: STORM JOHNSON
KANSAS CITY: CARRINGTON BYNDOM
JETS: KADEEM EDWARDS
ARIZONA: JAMES WILDER JR
GREEN BAY: ROBERT HERRON
NEW ENGLAND: ROSS COCKRELL
KANSAS CITY: BRETT SMITH
CINCINNATI: MARQUES HUFF
SAN DIEGO: STEPHEN MORRIS
INDIANAPOLIS: DEVANTE PARKER
NEW ORLEANS: JEREMY GALLON
CAROLINA: AC LEONARD
NEW ENGLAND: ALDEN DARBY
SAN FRANCISCO: DEVONTA FREEMAN
DENVER: JON LECHNER
SEATTLE: ZACH KERR

7th round:
HOUSTON: ANTONIO ANDREWS
WASHINGTON: ZACH MOORE
JACKSONVILLE: LARRY WEBSTER
CLEVELAND: NEVIN LAWSON
OAKLAND: SCOTT SIMONSON
ATLANTA: DEXTER MOODY
TAMPA BAY: BROCK JENSEN
MINNESOTA: ETHAN WESTBROOKS
BUFFALO: ZACH ORR
TENNESSEE: KEITH SMITH
CAROLINA: KEITH WENNING
ST LOUIS: TERRENCE BROOKS
DETROIT: GATOR HOSKINS
MIAMI: CHARLES SIMS
DALLAS: MARCUS WILLIAMS
PITTSBURGH: QUAYSHAWNE BUCKLEY
INDIANAPOLIS: THOMAS ASHCRAFT
DALLAS: CODY HOFFMAN
JETS: TYLER STARR
OAKLAND: TEVIN MCDONALD
GREEN BAY: JARED SINGLETON
PHILADELPHIA: WILLIE SNEAD
DALLAS: FRED GAINES
CINCINNATI: LERON FURR
SAN DIEGO: HENRY JOSEY
INDIANAPOLIS: JORDAN LYNCH
SAN FRANCISCO: JEREMY BUTLER
SAN FRANCISCO: CONNOR SHAW
NEW ENGLAND: DUSTIN VAUGHAN
SAN FRANCISCO: JAMEY CHEATWOOD
DENVER: PIERRE WARREN
SEATTLE: DILLON CARMICHAEL

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Comments

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    1) instead of Cyril Richardson Su’a Filo
    2) instead of Abbrederis Weston Richburg
    Everything else would be good

  2. Anonymous says:

    The fact that you have Sammy Watkins falling out of the top ten makes your mock lose credibility

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