FULL 2014 Seven Round NFL Mock Draft 4-5-14


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Here is our seven round 2014 NFL mock draft. It’s new and improved, as I pushed the guy who made it to take it up a notch. There’s even a little bit of commentary. And school and players. What’s most impressive is that it’s a full seven round 2014 NFL mock draft.

1st round:

HOUSTON: Blake Bortles (QB UCF)
ATLANTA: Jadeveon Clowney (DE South Carolina) (trade up)
JACKSONVILLE: Johnny Manziel (QB Texas A & M)
CLEVELAND: Sammy Watkins (WR Clemson)
OAKLAND: Anthony Barr (LB UCLA) (they might go after the local)
ST LOUIS: Greg Robinson (OL Auburn)
TAMPA BAY: Khalil Mack (LB/DE Buffalo)
MINNESOTA: Teddy Bridgewater (QB Louisville)
BUFFALO: Mike Evans (WR Texas A & M)
DETROIT: Justin Gilbert (CB Oklahoma St.)

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TENNESSEE: Darqueze Dennard (CB Michigan St.)
GIANTS: Eric Ebron (TE North Carolina)
ST LOUIS: Haha Clinton Dix (S Alabama)
CHICAGO: Aaron Donald (DT Pitt) (could probably play DE)
PITTSBURGH: Jake Matthews (OL Texas A & M)
BALTIMORE: Louis Nix (DT Notre Dame)
DALLAS: Tim Jernigan (DT FSU)
JETS: Marquise Lee (WR USC)
MIAMI: Zach Martin (OL Notre Dame)
ARIZONA: Taylor Lewan (OL Michigan)
GREEN BAY: Calvin Pryor (S Louisville)
PHILADELPHIA: Kyle Fuller (CB Virginia Tech)
KANSAS CITY: Xavier Sua Filo (OL UCLA)
CINCINNATI: Kony Ealy (DE Missouri)
SAN DIEGO: Jason Verrett (CB TCU)
CLEVELAND: Derek Carr (QB Fresno St.)
NEW ORLEANS: Dee Ford (DE Auburn)
CAROLINA: Kelvin Benjamin (WR FSU)
NEW ENGLAND: Jace Amaro (TE Texas Tech)
SAN FRANCISCO: Ra’shede Hageman (DT Minnesota)
DENVER: CJ Mosley (LB Alabama)
SEATTLE: Morgan Moses (OL Virginia)

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2nd round:

HOUSTON: Antonio Richardson (OL Tennessee)
WASHINGTON: Stephon Tuitt (DE Notre Dame)
CLEVELAND: Ryan Shazier (LB Ohio St.)
OAKLAND: Odell Beckham (WR LSU)
ATLANTA: Austin Serferian Jenkins (TE Washington)
TAMPA BAY: Jimmy Garoppolo (QB Eastern Illinois)
JACKSONVILLE: Brandin Cooks (WR Oregon St.)
MINNESOTA: Cyril Richardson (OL Baylor)
BUFFALO: David Yankey (OL Stanford)
TENNESSEE: Bishop Sankey (RB Washington)
GIANTS: Scott Crichton (DE Oregon St.)
ST LOUIS: Jordan Matthews (WR Vanderbilt)
DETROIT: Marcus Roberson (CB Florida)
PITTSBURGH: Shayne Skov (LB Stanford)
DALLAS: Loucheiz Purifoy (CB Florida)
BALTIMORE: Paul Richardson (WR Colorado)
JETS: Lamarcus Joyner (S FSU)
MIAMI: Tre Mason (RB Auburn)
CHICAGO: Dion Bailey (S USC)
ARIZONA: Jeremiah Attaochu (DE Georgia Tech) (could probably play LB)
GREEN BAY: Trent Murphy (LB Stanford)
PHILADELPHIA: Brandon Thomas (OL Clemson)
SAN FRANCISCO: Marcus Smith (DE Louisville)
CINCINNATI: Zach Mettenberger (QB LSU)
SAN DIEGO: Kyle Van Noy (LB BYU)
INDIANAPOLIS: Bradley Roby (CB Ohio St.)
NEW ORLEANS: Jarvis Landry (WR LSU)
CAROLINA: Deone Bucannon (S Washington St.)
SAN FRANCISCO: Davante Adams (WR Fresno St.)
NEW ENGLAND: Kelcy Quarles (DT South Carolina)
DENVER: Cyrus Kouandijo (OL Alabama)
SEATTLE: Allen Robinson (WR Penn St.)

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3rd round:

HOUSTON: Kareem Martin (DE North Carolina)
WASHINGTON: Chris Borland (LB Wisconsin)
OAKLAND: Jimmie Ward (S Northern Illinois)
ATLANTA: Cody Hoffman (WR BYU)
TAMPA BAY: Had Desir here.
JACKSONVILLE: Gabe Jackson (OL Mississippi St.)
CLEVELAND: Carlos Hyde (RB Ohio St.)
MINNESOTA: Jordan Tripp (LB Montana)
BUFFALO: Ahmad Dixon (S Baylor)
GIANTS: Demarcus Lawrence (DE Boise St.) (could probably play LB)
ST LOUIS: Aaron Murray (QB Georgia)
DETROIT: Weston Richburg (OL Colorado St.)
SAN FRANCISCO: Carl Bradford (LB Arizona St.)
DALLAS: George Uko (DT USC)
BALTIMORE: Ty Zimmerman (S Kansas St.)
JETS: Keith Mcgill (CB Utah)
MIAMI: Daquan Jones (DT Penn St.)
CHICAGO: Stanley Jean Baptiste (CB Nebraska)
CLEVELAND: Ego Ferguson (DT LSU)
ARIZONA: Joe Botonio (OL Nevada)
GREEN BAY: Tajh Boyd (QB Clemson)
PHILADELPHIA: Taylor Hart (DE Oregon)
KANSAS CITY: Troy Niklas (TE Notre Dame)
CINCINNATI: Will Sutton (DT Arizona St.)
SAN DIEGO: Antone Exum (CB Virginia Tech)
INDIANAPOLIS: Anthony Johnson (DT LSU)
NEW ORLEANS: AJ Mccarron (QB Alabama)
CAROLINA: Marcus Martin (OL USC)
NEW ENGLAND: Jackson Jeffcoat (DE Texas)
SAN FRANCISCO: EJ Gaines (CB Missouri)
DENVER: Travis Swanson (OL Arkansas)
MINNESOTA: Dominique Easley (DE Florida)
PITTSBURGH: Chris Smith (DE Arkansas)
GREEN BAY: Josh Huff (WR Oregon)
BALTIMORE: Pierre Desir (CB Lindenwood)
SAN FRANCISCO: Dontae Johnson (CB North Carolina St.)

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4th round:

HOUSTON: Andre Williams (RB Boston College)
WASHINGTON: Dri Archer (WR/RB Kent St.)
ATLANTA: Seantrel Henderson (OL Miami)
JETS: Ed Reynolds (S Stanford)
JACKSONVILLE: Walt Aikens (CB Liberty)
CLEVELAND: Chris Watts (OL Notre Dame)
OAKLAND: Jared Abbrederis (WR Wisconsin)
MINNESOTA: Craig Loston (S LSU)
BUFFALO: Xavier Grimble (TE USC)
ST LOUIS: Will Clarke (DE West Virginia)
DETROIT: Tre Boston (S North Carolina
TENNESSEE: Logan Thomas (QB Virginia Tech)
GIANTS: Rashaad Reynolds (CB Oregon St.)
JACKSONVILLE: Yawin Smallwood (LB Connecticut)
JETS: Brandon Coleman (WR Rutgers)
MIAMI: CJ Fiedorowicz (TE Iowa)
CHICAGO: Dakota Dozier (OL Furman)
PITTSBURGH: Joe Don Duncan (TE Dixie St.)
DALLAS: David Fales (QB San Jose St.)
ARIZONA: Brandon Linder (OL Miami)
GREEN BAY: Juwuan James (OL Tennessee)
PHILADELPHIA: Donte Moncrief (WR Ole Miss)
CINCINNATI: Bashaud Breeland (CB Clemson)
KANSAS CITY: Jordan Zumwalt (LB UCLA)
SAN DIEGO: Tevin Reese (WR Baylor)
NEW ORLEANS: Martavius Bryant (WR Clemson)
CLEVELAND: Adrian Hubbard (LB Alabama)
CAROLINA: Terrence West (RB Towson)
SAN FRANCISCO: Trai Turner (OL LSU)
NEW ENGLAND: Jeremy Hill (RB LSU)
DENVER: Cassius Marsh (DE UCLA)
SEATTLE: Michael Sam (DE Missouri)
DETROIT: Daniel Mccullers (DT Tennessee)
BALTIMORE: Andrew Jackson (LB Western Kentucky)
HOUSTON: Victor Hampton (CB South Carolina)
DETROIT: Khairi Fortt (LB Cal)
JETS: Kadeem Edwards (OL Tennessee St.)
BALTIMORE: Brett Smith (QB Wyoming)
ATLANTA: Preston Brown (LB Louisville)
NEW ENGLAND: Lamir Barrow (LB LSU)

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5th round:

HOUSTON: Justin Anderson (LB Louisiana-Lafayette)
WASHINGTON: Lache Seastrunk (RB Baylor)
TAMPA BAY: Donte Foster (WR Ohio)
JACKSONVILLE: Billy Turner (OL North Dakota St.)
CLEVELAND: Josh Mauro (DE Stanford)
SEATTLE: Zach Kerr (DT Dealware)
ATLANTA: Jerick Mckinnon (RB Georgia Southern)
MINNESOTA: Jonathan Brown (LB Illinois)
BUFFALO: Deanthony Thomas (RB Oregon)
JACKSONVILLE: Matt Hazel (WR Coastal Carolina)
TENNESSEE: Cameron Fleming (OL Stanford)
GIANTS: Shaq Evans (WR UCLA)
ST LOUIS: Jaylen Watkins (CB Florida)
JETS: Deion Belue (CB Alabama)
MIAMI: James Hurst (OL North Carolina)
CHICAGO: Telvin Smith (LB FSU)
PITTSBURGH: Justin Ellis (DT Louisiana Tech)
JACKSONVILLE: Tyler Larsen (OL Utah St.)
DALLAS: Matt Hall (OL Belhaven)
ARIZONA: Richard Rodgers (TE Cal)
GREEN BAY: Bryan Stork (OL FSU)
PHILADELPHIA: Anthony Steen (OL Alabama)
KANSAS CITY: Kapri Bibbs (RB Colorado St.)
CINCINNATI: Robert Herron (WR Wyoming)
SAN DIEGO: Alden Darby (S Arizona St.)
INDIANAPOLIS: Ben Gardner (DE Stanford)
NEW ORLEANS: Deandre Coleman (DT Cal)
CAROLINA: Austin Franklin (WR New Mexico St.)
NEW ORLEANS: Shaquil Barrett (LB Colorado St.)
SAN FRANCISCO: Hakeem Smith (S Louisville)
DENVER: Kadeem Carey (RB Arizona)
SEATTLE: Lorenzo Taliaferra (RB Coastal Carolina)
PITTSBURGH: Jeff Janis (WR Saginaw Valley)
GIANTS: Nevin Lawson (CB Utah St.)
BALTIMORE: Willie Snead (WR Ball St.)
GREEN BAY: Terrance Mitchell (CB Oregon)

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6th round:

HOUSTON: Calvin Barnett (DT Oklahoma St.)
WASHINGTON: Mike Davis (WR Texas)
JACKSONVILLE: Shaq Bell (CB Colorado St.)
CLEVELAND: Ryan Carrethers (DT Arkansas St.)
HOUSTON: Arthur Lynch (TE Georgia)
ATLANTA: Jeff Matthews (QB Cornell)
CHICAGO: Marcel Jensen (TE Fresno St.)
MINNESOTA: Christian Jones (LB FSU)
BUFFALO: Bene Benkewiere (CB San Jose St.)
TENNESSEE: Bruce Ellington (WR South Carolina)
GIANTS: Ed Stinston (DE Alabama)
ST LOUIS: Isaiah Lewis (S Michigan St.)
DETROIT: Aaron Colvin (CB Oklahoma)
MIAMI: Jack Mewhort (OL Ohio St.)
CHICAGO: James Franklin (QB Missouri)
PITTSBURGH: Ethan Westbrooks (DE West Texas A & M)
BALTIMORE: Storm Johnson (RB UCF)
KANSAS CITY: Carrington Byndom (CB Texas)
JETS: Justin Britt (OL Missouri)
ARIZONA: James Wilder Jr. (RB FSU)
GREEN BAY: Devonta Freeman (RB FSU)
NEW ENGLAND: Ross Cockrell (CB Duke)
KANSAS CITY: Brock Jensen (QB North Dakota St.)
CINCINNATI: Marques Huff (S Wyoming)
SAN DIEGO: Stephen Morris (QB Miami)
INDIANAPOLIS: Gabe Ikard (OL Oklahoma)
NEW ORLEANS: Terrence Brooks (CB FSU)
CAROLINA: Phillip Gaines (CB Rice)
NEW ENGLAND: Kadeem Williams (OL Albany)
JACKSONVILLE: Morgan Breslin (DE USC)
DENVER: Dillon Carmichael (OL Doane)
SEATTLE: AC Leonard (TE Tennessee St.)
JETS: Cody Latimer (WR Indiana)
JETS: BJ Stevens (LB California Univ. of Pennsylvania)
HOUSTON: Erle Ladson (OL Delaware)
CINCINNATI: Kenneth Acker (CB SMU)
JETS: Laurent Duvernay Tardif (OL Mcgill)
ST LOUIS: Chris Davis (CB Auburn)
PITTSBURGH: Franklyn Quiteh (RB Bloomsburg)

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7th round:

HOUSTON: Jonathan Dowling (S Western Kentucky)
WASHINGTON: Quandon Christian (LB Clemson)
JACKSONVILLE: Larry Webster (DE Bloomsburg)
CLEVELAND: Trevor Reilly (DE Utah)
OAKLAND: Scott Simonson (TE Assumption)
ATLANTA: Dexter Moody (S Albany St.)
TAMPA BAY: John Brown (WR Pittsburg St.)
MINNESOTA: Zadarius Smith (DE Kentucky) (I think hes coming out.)
BUFFALO: Tyler Starr (LB South Dakota)
TENNESSEE: Caraun Reid (DT Princeton)
CAROLINA: Keith Wenning (QB Ball St.)
ST LOUIS: Henry Josey (RB Missouri)
DETROIT: Chuckie Keeton (QB Utah St.)
MIAMI: Brent Urban (DT Virginia)
DALLAS: Charles Sims (RB West Virginia)
PITTSBURGH: Bookie Snead (CB Sam Houston St.)
INDIANAPOLIS: Keith Smith (LB San Jose St.)
DALLAS: Aaron Lynch (DE USF)
JETS: Gator Hoskins (TE Marshall)
OAKLAND: Travis Carrie (CB Ohio)
GREEN BAY: Rob Blanchflower (TE UMASS)
PHILADELPHIA: Nick Addison (S Bethune Cookman)
DALLAS: CJ Barnett (S Ohio St.)
CINCINNATI: Jared Singleton (OL Wofford)
SAN DIEGO: Glen Clinton (RB West Texas A & M)
INDIANAPOLIS: Jordan Lynch (QB Northern Illinois)
SAN FRANCISCO: Eric Ward (WR Texas Tech)
SAN FRANCISCO: Antonio Andrews (RB Western Kentucky)
NEW ENGLAND: Dustin Vaughan (QB West Texas A & M)
SAN FRANCISCO: Jon Lechner (OL Ohio)
DENVER: Pierre Warren (S Jacksonville St.)
SEATTLE: Andre Carter (CB Salisbury)
DALLAS: Marcus Whitfield (LB Maryland)
ST LOUIS: Jamey Cheatwood (OL Coastal Carolina)
ST LOUIS: Zach Moore (DE Concordia St. Paul)
DALLAS: Crockett Gillmore (TE Colorado St.)
CINCINNATI: Greg Blair (LB Cincinnati)
ATLANTA: Zach Orr (LB North Texas)
DALLAS: Thomas Ashcraft (OL SMU)
ATLANTA: Craig Watts (OL West Texas A & M)
HOUSTON: Alex Bayer (TE Bowling Green)

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Comments

  1. chuckohyeah says:

    This has to be one of the dumbest mocks I’ve seen in a minute. It’s like they threw crap at the wall and just put up what stuck. So the Lions are going to draft TWO CORNERS IN THE FIRST TWO ROUNDS and then a safety? Who would ever do that? Not only that, the lions MIGHT draft just one if at all outside of a safety and why? The secondary is young, not bad and the normally have a rash of injuries. People kill me thinking their secondary is bad. The lions had the #1 third down defense in the NFL because it’s NOT bad. go read PFF and do better.

  2. dontthinkso says:

    Hate agreeing with Lions fans, but you have the Steelers picking one corner, Bookie freaking Snead, in round 7, when its not even arguably their biggest position of need. To do that, you have them pass on first round prospect Bradley Robie in the second to take 4th round prospect Shane Skov.

  3. TOTALLY STUPID DRAFT You have Alt and Stl trade with nothing else to go with it. You must really think Stl is dumb.

  4. Larry Smyth says:

    What an ugly draft! Your Packer draft is ludicrous at best. This is easily the worst mock out there.

  5. Chuck Neff says:

    Have to agree with Bob in that Atlanta seems to have given up nothing to move up from the sixth choice to the second in Round 1. All other ATL positions in Rounds 2-7 remain the same. Now, I suppose ATL could have given up a #1 in 2015, but that is not stated anywhere. Please – when you forecast a trade, let us know its terms and conditions so we can properly evaluate it. STL is simply not going to just swap Round 1 positions with ATL and get nothing in return.

  6. LOL. The only positions the Redskins are stacked at is WR, RB and OLB. Yet you have them picking 2 Rb’s, 2 WR’s and a OLB? They will pick OT, FS and ILB as there first three picks in some order.

  7. Pittsburgh has three huge needs and you found a way to not address any of them…

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