2014 FULL Seven Round NFL Mock Draft 4-21-14


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Here is our seven round NFL mock draft. It’s not written by me, it’s authored by a website reader who wishes to remain anonymous. I will tell you he puts a whole lot of work into it. And of course because a seven round NFL mock draft is a ton of work. And this version is even improved and augmented, as there’s even a little bit of commentary sometimes.

As always, here’s my latest NFL mock draft; which is only one round, but goes into detail on every pick in the first round.

Anyways, let’s begin our full seven round NFL mock draft.

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1st round:
HOUSTON: Blake Bortles (QB UCF)
ST LOUIS: Khalil Mack (LB/DE Buffalo) (might trade down to #6)
JACKSONVILLE: Jadeveon Clowney (DE South Carolina)
CLEVELAND: Sammy Watkins (WR Clemson)
OAKLAND: Derek Carr (QB Fresno St.)
ATLANTA: Greg Robinson (OL Auburn) (Might trade up to #2 for Clowney.)
TAMPA BAY: Mike Evans (WR Texas A & M)
MINNESOTA: Anthony Barr (LB UCLA)
BUFFALO: Jake Matthews (OL Texas A & M) (EJ needs an OL)
DETROIT: Justin Gilbert (CB Oklahoma St.)
TENNESSEE: Darquezze Dennard (CB Michigan St.) (Bucs took Verner from them. They should consider going CB here.)
GIANTS: Eric Ebron (TE North Carolina)
ST LOUIS: Taylor Lewan (OL Michigan)
(It all depends if they trade down & if they do if they take an OL first.)
CHICAGO: Aaron Donald (DT Pitt)
PITTSBURGH: Louis Nix (DT Notre Dame)
BALTIMORE: Calvin Pryor (S Louisville)
DALLAS: Tim Jernigan (DT FSU)
JETS: Brandin Cooks (WR Oregon St.)
MIAMI: Zach Martin (OL Notre Dame)
ARIZONA: Dee Ford (DE Auburn)
GREEN BAY: Ha Ha Clinton-Dix (S Alabama)
PHILADELPHIA: Odell Beckham (WR LSU)
KANSAS CITY: Xavier Sua Filo (OL UCLA)
CINCINNATI: Kony Ealy (DE Missouri)
SAN DIEGO: Bradley Roby (CB Ohio St.)
CLEVELAND: Johnny Manziel (QB Texas A&M) (There’s a good chance Bridgewater drops out of the 1st round.)
NEW ORLEANS: Ryan Shazier (LB Ohio St.)
CAROLINA: Kelvin Benjamin (WR FSU)
NEW ENGLAND: Jace Amaro (TE Texas Tech)
SAN FRANCISCO: Rashead Hagemann (DT Minnesota) (Might trade up for Dennard or Gilbert. Have the picks to do it. Could trade up with somebody like Detroit or Tennessee.)
DENVER: CJ Mosley (LB Alabama)
SEATTLE: Morgan Moses (OL Virginia)

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2nd round:
HOUSTON: Carlos Hyde (RB Ohio St.)
WASHINGTON: Stephon Tuitt (DE Notre Dame)
CLEVELAND: David Yankey (OL Stanford)
OAKLAND: Marquise Lee (WR USC)
ATLANTA: Austin Serferian Jenkins (TE Washington)
TAMPA BAY: Jimmy Garoppolo (QB Eastern Illinois)
JACKSONVILLE: Teddy Bridgewater (QB Louisville)
MINNESOTA: Zach Mettenberger (QB LSU)
BUFFALO: Jason Verrett (CB TCU)
TENNESSEE: Tre Mason (RB Auburn)
GIANTS: Scott Crichton (DE Oregon St.)
ST LOUIS: Jordan Matthews (WR Vanderbilt)
DETROIT: Jimmie Ward (S Northern Illinois)
PITTSBURGH: Kyle Fuller (CB Virginia Tech)
DALLAS: Bashaud Breeland (CB Clemson)
BALTIMORE: Paul Richardson (WR Colorado)
JETS: Dion Bailey (S USC)
MIAMI: Anthony Johnson (DT LSU)
CHICAGO: Deone Bucannon (S Washington St.)
ARIZONA: Jeremiah Attaochu (DE Georgia Tech)
GREEN BAY: Trent Murphy (LB Stanford)
PHILADELPHIA: Marcus Roberson (CB Florida)
SAN FRANCISCO: Kareem Martin (DE North Carolina) (Might even try & trade up for Trent Murphy after everything going on with Aldon Smith.)
CINCINNATI: Loucheiz Purifoy (CB Florida)
SAN DIEGO: Kyle Van Noy (LB BYU)
INDIANAPOLIS: Shayne Skov (LB Stanford)
NEW ORLEANS: Demarcus Lawrence (DE Boise St.)
CAROLINA: Joe Botonio (OL Nevada)
SAN FRANCISCO: Davante Adams (WR Fresno St.)
NEW ENGLAND: Jarvis Landry (WR LSU)
DENVER: Cyrus Kouandijo (OL Alabama)
SEATTLE: Allen Robinson (WR Penn St.)

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3rd round:
HOUSTON: Carl Bradford (LB Arizona St.)
WASHINGTON: Chris Borland (LB Wisconsin)
OAKLAND: Will Sutton (DT Arizona St.)
ATLANTA: Cody Hoffman (WR BYU)
TAMPA BAY: Daquan Jones (DT Penn St.)
JACKSONVILLE: Christian Jones (LB FSU)
CLEVELAND: Jeremy Hill (RB LSU)
MINNESOTA: Ego Ferguson (DT LSU)
BUFFALO: Ahmad Dixon (S Baylor)
GIANTS: Antonio Richardson (OL Tennessee)
ST LOUIS: AJ Mccarron (QB Alabama)
DETROIT: Weston Richburg (OL Colorado St.)
SAN FRANCISCO: Brandon Thomas (OL Clemson) (He’ll probably drop now after that injury.)
DALLAS: George Uko (DT USC)
BALTIMORE: Marcus Smith (DE Louisville)
JETS: Keith Mcgill (CB Utah)
MIAMI: Josh Huff (WR Oregon)
CHICAGO: Stanley Jean Baptiste (CB Nebraska)
CLEVELAND: Lamarcus Joyner (S FSU)
ARIZONA: Antone Exum (S Virginia Tech)
GREEN BAY: Tajh Boyd (QB Clemson)
PHILADELPHIA: Jordan Tripp (LB Montana)
KANSAS CITY: Troy Niklas (TE Notre Dame)
CINCINNATI: Aaron Murray (QB Georgia)
SAN DIEGO: Jackson Jeffcoat (DE Texas)
INDIANAPOLIS: Cyril Richardson (OL Baylor)
NEW ORLEANS: Juwuan James (OL Tennessee)
CAROLINA: Marcus Martin (OL USC)
NEW ENGLAND: Kelcy Quarles (DT South Carolina)
SAN FRANCISCO: EJ Gaines (CB Missouri)
DENVER: Travis Swanson (OL Arkansas)
MINNESOTA: Dominique Easley (DE Florida)
PITTSBURGH: Taylor Hart (DE Oregon)
GREEN BAY: Jaylen Watkins (CB Florida)
BALTIMORE: Pierre Desir (CB Lindenwood)
SAN FRANCISCO: Craig Loston (S LSU)

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4th round:
HOUSTON: Justin Ellis (DT Louisiana Tech)
WASHINGTON: Dezmen Southward (S Wisconsin)
ATLANTA: Will Clarke (DE West Virginia)
JETS: Ed Reynolds (S Stanford)
JACKSONVILLE: Walt Aikens (CB Liberty)
CLEVELAND: Brent Urban (DT Virginia)
OAKLAND: Tre Boston (S North Carolina)
MINNESOTA: Lache Seastrunk (RB Baylor) (switched him from 5th to 4th)
BUFFALO: Telvin Smith (LB FSU)
ST LOUIS: Gabe Jackson (OL Mississippi St.)
DETROIT: Dri Archer (WR/RB Kent St.)
TENNESSEE: Logan Thomas (QB Virginia Tech)
GIANTS: Daniel Mccullers (DT Tennessee)
JACKSONVILLE: Seantrel Henderson (OL Miami)
JETS: Brandon Coleman (WR Rutgers)
MIAMI: CJ Fiedorowicz (TE Iowa)
CHICAGO: Dakota Dozier (OL Furman)
PITTSBURGH: Donte Moncrief (WR Ole Miss)
DALLAS: David Fales (QB San Jose St.)
ARIZONA: Cameron Fleming (OL Stanford)
GREEN BAY: Billy Turner (OL North Dakota St.)
PHILADELPHIA: Anthony Steen (OL Alabama)
CINCINNATI: Dontae Johnson (CB North Carolina St.)
KANSAS CITY: Cody Latimer (WR Indiana)
SAN DIEGO: Jared Abbrederis (WR Wisconsin)
NEW ORLEANS: Martavius Bryant (WR Clemson)
CLEVELAND: Chris Watts (OL Notre Dame)
CAROLINA: Phillip Gaines (CB Rice)
SAN FRANCISCO: Trai Turner (OL LSU)
NEW ENGLAND: Bishop Sankey (RB Washington)
DENVER: Jerick Mckinnon (RB Georgia Southern)
SEATTLE: Michael Sam (DE Missouri)
DETROIT: Rashaad Reynolds (CB Oregon St.)
BALTIMORE: Andrew Jackson (LB Western Kentucky)
HOUSTON: Chris Smith (DE Arkansas)
DETROIT: Khairi Fortt (LB Cal)
JETS: Jack Mewhort (OL Ohio St.)
BALTIMORE: Terrence West (RB Towson)
ATLANTA: Terrence Brooks (S FSU)
NEW ENGLAND: Robert Herron (WR Wyoming)

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5th round:
HOUSTON: Lamir Barrow (LB LSU)
WASHINGTON: Jon Halapio (OL Florida)
TAMPA BAY: Laurent Duvernay Tardif (OL Mcgill)
JACKSONVILLE: Andre Williams (RB Boston College)
CLEVELAND: Ben Gardner (DE Stanford)
SEATTLE: Zach Kerr (DT Delaware)
ATLANTA: Larry Webster (DE Bloomsburg)
MINNESOTA: Tevin Reese (WR Baylor) (switched him from 4th to 5th)
BUFFALO: Xavier Grimble (TE USC)
JACKSONVILLE: Bruce Ellington (WR South Carolina)
TENNESSEE: James Hurst (OL North Carolina)
GIANTS: Devin Street (WR Pitt)
ST LOUIS: Yawin Smallwood (LB Connecticut)
JETS: James Gayle (DE Virginia Tech)
MIAMI: Devonta Freeman (RB FSU)
CHICAGO: Deanthony Thomas (RB Oregon)
PITTSBURGH: Caraun Reid (DT Princeton)
JACKSONVILLE: Tyler Larsen (OL Utah St.)
DALLAS: Adrian Hubbard (LB Alabama)
ARIZONA: Richard Rodgers (TE Cal)
GREEN BAY: Bryan Stork (OL FSU)
PHILADELPHIA: Jeff Janis (WR Saginaw Valley)
KANSAS CITY: Charles Sims (RB West Virginia)
CINCINNATI: Jordan Zumwalt (LB UCLA)
SAN DIEGO: Victor Hampton (CB South Carolina)
INDIANAPOLIS: Gabe Ikard (OL Oklahoma)
NEW ORLEANS: Deandre Coleman (DT Cal)
CAROLINA: Kapri Bibbs (RB Colorado St.)
NEW ORLEANS: Shaquil Barrett (LB Colorado St.)
SAN FRANCISCO: Ed Stinston (DE Alabama)
DENVER: Aaron Colvin (CB Oklahoma)
SEATTLE: Lorenzo Taliaferra (RB Coastal Carolina)
PITTSBURGH: Joe Don Duncan (TE Dixie St.)
GIANTS: Ty Zimmerman (S Kansas St.)
BALTIMORE: Brandon Linder (OL Miami)
GREEN BAY: Kadeem Carey (RB Arizona)

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6th round:
HOUSTON: Kadeem Edwards (OL Tennessee St.)
WASHINGTON: Arthur Lynch (TE Georgia)
JACKSONVILLE: Ryan Carrethers (DT Arkansas St.)
CLEVELAND: Carrington Byndom (CB Texas)
HOUSTON: Terrance Mitchell (CB Oregon)
ATLANTA: Brett Smith (QB Wyoming)
CHICAGO: Marcel Jensen (TE Fresno St.)
MINNESOTA: Kenny Ladler (S Vanderbilt)
TAMPA BAY: Tyler Starr (LB South Dakota)
TENNESSEE: Matt Hazel (WR Coastal Carolina)
GIANTS: Bene Benkewiere (CB San Jose St.)
ST LOUIS: Marques Huff (S Wyoming)
DETROIT: James Wilder Jr. (RB FSU)
MIAMI: Charles Leno (OL Boise St.)
CHICAGO: Tom Savage (QB Pitt)
PITTSBURGH: Erle Ladson (OL Delaware)
BALTIMORE: Jonathan Dowling (S Western Kentucky)
KANSAS CITY: Bronson Irwin (OL Oklahoma)
JETS: Justin Britt (OL Missouri)
ARIZONA: Trevor Reilly (DE Utah)
GREEN BAY: Shaq Evans (WR UCLA)
NEW ENGLAND: Andre Hal (CB Vanderbilt)
KANSAS CITY: Brock Jensen (QB North Dakota St.)
CINCINNATI: Calvin Barnett (DT Oklahoma St.)
SAN DIEGO: Stephen Morris (QB Miami)
INDIANAPOLIS: Brock Vereen (S Minnesota)
NEW ORLEANS: James Franklin (QB Missouri)
CAROLINA: Austin Franklin (WR New Mexico St.)
NEW ENGLAND: Cassius Marsh (DE UCLA)
JACKSONVILLE: Preston Brown (LB Louisville)
DENVER: Dillon Carmichael (OL Doane)
SEATTLE: AC Leonard (TE Tennessee St.)
JETS: Jonathan Brown (LB Illinois)
JETS: Dustin Vaughan (QB West Texas A & M)
HOUSTON: Isaiah Lewis (S Michigan St.)
CINCINNATI: Hakeem Smith (S Louisville)
JETS: David Fluellen (RB Toledo)
ST LOUIS: Damante Horton (CB Washington St.)
PITTSBURGH: Storm Johnson (RB UCF)

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7th round:
HOUSTON: Ross Cockrell (CB Duke)
WASHINGTON: Quandon Christian (LB Clemson)
JACKSONVILLE: Crockett Gillmore (TE Colorado St.)
CLEVELAND: Denicos Allen (LB Michigan St.)
OAKLAND: Scott Simonson (TE Assumption)
ATLANTA: Ethan Westbrooks (DE West Texas A & M)
TAMPA BAY: Anthony Dean (WR Southwestern Minnesota St.)
MINNESOTA: Kadeem Williams (OL Albany)
BUFFALO: Marion Grice (RB Arizona St.)
TENNESSEE: Quayshawne Buckley (DT Idaho)
CAROLINA: Dexter Moody (S Albany St.)
ST LOUIS: Henry Josey (RB Missouri)
DETROIT: Keith Wenning (QB Ball St.)
MIAMI: Josh Mauro (DE Stanford)
DALLAS: Morgan Breslin (DE USC)
PITTSBURGH: Justin Anderson (LB Louisiana-Lafayette)
INDIANAPOLIS: Glen Clinton (RB Chadron St.)
DALLAS: IK Enemkpali (DE Louisiana Tech)
JETS: Gator Hoskins (TE Marshall)
OAKLAND: BJ Stevens (LB California Univ. of Pennsylvania)
GREEN BAY: Rob Blanchflower (TE UMASS)
PHILADELPHIA: Nick Addison (S Bethune Cookman)
DALLAS: Alden Darby (S Arizona St.)
CINCINNATI: Jared Singleton (OL Wofford)
SAN DIEGO: Brandon Oliver (RB Buffalo)
INDIANAPOLIS: Shawn Jackson (LB Tulsa)
SAN FRANCISCO: Jordan Lynch (QB Northern Illinois)
SAN FRANCISCO: Antonio Andrews (RB Western Kentucky)
NEW ENGLAND: Chase Rettig (QB Boston College)
SAN FRANCISCO: Donte Foster (WR 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: John Brown (WR Pittsburg St.)
DALLAS: Willie Snead (WR Ball St.)
CINCINNATI: Zach Moore (DE Concordia St. Paul)
ATLANTA: Zach Orr (LB North Texas)
DALLAS: Matt Hall (OL Belhaven)
ATLANTA: Craig Watts (OL West Texas A & M)
HOUSTON: Ryan Corbin (TE Southwestern Oklahoma St.)

Our 2014 NFL mock draft is over. Hey thanks for coming! It’s listed in the Walter Football database, FF Toolbox, Hail Redskins and DC Pro Sports Report mock database

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Comments

  1. Don’t see the Hawks passing on Hageman and Tuitt in the first to get a right Tackle.

  2. todd remflid says:

    an absolute horrible Packer draft after the first round. They will run away from another smaller DE (Murphy) who cannot play DE in a 3/4 and is too slow and unsure as an OLB. A QB in the third is also not going to happen because they need TE and you have NIkilas available. The third round second pick (a slow CB that they have zero need for) will not happen either. When very good WRs are still on the board they definitely take one there. Fourth round is a small school OT who is rated at best, a sixth round pick or even a FA. He got eaten up by some teams in a Div. 1A league.

  3. Not sure if you know what the Lions need. Yes Gilbert is to me if they stay their and nothing unusal happens to drop a player to them is a good first round pick. From their the draft you have for them has to be one of the worst I have ever seen. No concept on what they need nor what they have been doing in their off season. U have players going in the second round so late that are consider fringe first round picks and picks in the third round that are being considered for the first round. I know these are for fun…But put a little thought into it and have fun..

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