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2014 NFL Mock Draft – December 1.0

About 6 Months to go before the actual draft in May – but I continue to provide these early mock drafts. A lot will change as the draft nears so this is a ‘far-off’ projection, but nonetheless it’s still fun to take a look at how things currently stand.

Check back for more updates, and more draft related post. Enjoy!

2014 Prospect Position Rankings:
https://joshmitchell24.wordpress.com/2013/11/15/2014-nfl-draft-prospect-rankings/

NOTE: The draft order is specific to the current NFL standings, as of Dec.4th

UPDATED: 12-05-2013

1st Round:

1. Houston (2-10) – Brett Hundley, QB – UCLA; **Sophomore: 6’3″ 225

2. Jacksonville (3-9) – Johnny Manziel, QB – Texas A&M; **Sophomore: 6’1″ 210

3. St.Louis (Washington (3-9) – Jake Matthews, OT – Texas A&M; Senior; 6’5″ 305

4. Atlanta (3-9) – Jadeveon Clowney, DE/OLB – South Carolina; *Junior: 6’6″ 268

5. Tampa Bay (3-9) – Anthony Barr, OLB/DE – UCLA; Senior: 6’5″ 240

6. Minnesota (3-8-1) – Teddy Bridgewater, QB – Louisville; *Junior: 6’3″ 220

7. Cleveland (4-8) – Derek Carr, QB – Fresno State; Senior: 6’3″ 205

8. Oakland (4-8) – CJ Mosley, OLB/MLB – Alabama; Senior: 6’2″ 235

9. Buffalo (4-8) – Cameron Erving, OT – Florida State; **Junior: 6’5″ 310

10. Pittsburgh (5-7) – Cedric Ogbuehi, OT – Texas A&M; **Junior: 6’5″ 300

11. NY Jets (5-7) – Sammy Watkins, WR – Clemson; *Junior: 6’1″ 200

12. Tennessee (5-7) – Taylor Lewan, OT – Michigan; **Senior: 6’8″ 310

13. San Diego (5-7) – Ifo Ekpre-Olomu, CB – Oregon; *Junior: 5’10″ 190

14. NY Giants (5-7) – Khalil Mack, OLB – Buffalo; **Senior: 6’3″ 245

15. St.Louis (5-7) – Mike Evans, WR – Texas A&M; **Sophomore: 6’5″ 218

16. Green Bay (5-6-1) – Eric Ebron, TE – UNC; *Junior: 6’4″ 230

17. Chicago (6-6) – Jason Verrett, CB – TCU; Senior: 5’10″ 182

18. Miami (6-6) – Louis Nix, DT/NT – Notre Dame; **Junior: 6’3″ 325

19. Philadelphia (7-5) – Louchiez Purifoy, CB – Florida; *Junior: 6’0″ 190

20. Arizona (7-5) – Blake Bortles, QB – UCF; **Junior: 6’3″ 228

21. Baltimore (6-6) – Cyrus Kouandjio, OT – Alabama; *Junior: 6’5″ 312

22. Detroit (7-5) – Marqise Lee, WR – USC; *Junior: 6’0″ 195

23. Dallas (7-5) – Hasean Clinton-Dix, FS – Alabama; *Junior: 6’1″ 210

24. Cinncinnati (8-4) – Bradley Roby, CB – Ohio State; **Junior: 5’11″ 190

25. Cleveland (Indianapolis 8-4) – Melvin Gordon III, RB – Wisconsin; **Sophomore: 6’1″ 208

26. San Francisco (8-4) – Trent Murphy, DE/OLB – Stanford; **Senior: 6’6″ 245

27. Kansas City (9-3) – Jace Amaro, TE – Texas Tech; *Junior: 6’5″ 260

28. New England (9-3) – Ra’Shede Hageman, DT – Minnesota; **Senior: 6’6″ 300

29. Carolina (9-3) – Antonio Richardson, OT – Tennessee; *Junior: 6’6″ 332

30. New Orleans (9-3) – Ryan Shazier, OLB – Ohio State; *Junior: 6’2″ 228

31. Denver (10-2) – AJ McCarron, QB – Alabama; **Senior: 6’4″ 205

32. Seattle (11-1) – David Yankey, OG/OT – Stanford; **Junior: 6’5″ 302

2nd Round:

33. Houston – Cyril Richardson, OG/OT – Baylor; **Senior: 6’5″ 335
34. Washington – Timmy Jernigan, DT – Florida State; *Junior: 6’2″ 298
35. Atlanta – Kyle Van Noy, OLB – BYU; **Senior: 6’3″ 235
36. Tampa Bay – Corey Robinson, OT – South Carolina; **Junior: 6’7″ 338
37. Jacksonville – Ka’Deem Carey, RB – Arizona; *Junior: 5’10″ 200
38. Minnesota – Stephon Tuitt, DE/DT – Notre Dame; *Junior: 6’5″ 302
39. Oakland – Jordan Matthews, WR – Vanderbilt: Senior: 6’3″ 205
40. Buffalo – Adrian Hubbard, OLB/DE – Alabama; **Junior: 6’6″ 248
41. Cleveland – Davante Adams, WR – Fresno State; **Sophomore: 6’2″ 205
42. NY Jets – Craig Loston, SS – LSU; Senior: 6’2″ 205
43. Tennessee – Darqueze Dennard, CB – Michigan State; Senior: 5’11″ 190
44. San Diego – Brandon Scherff, OT – Iowa; **Junior: 6’5″ 315
45. NY Giants – Gabe Jackson, OG – Mississippi State; **Senior: 6’4″ 320
46. St.Louis – Vinnie Sunseri, SS – Alabama; *Junior: 6’0″ 215
47. Pittsburgh – Lamarcus Joyner, FS/SS/CB – Florida State; Senior: 5’8″ 195
48. Green Bay – Allen Robinson, WR – Penn State; *Junior: 6’3″ 205
49. Miami – La’el Collins, OG/OT – LSU; *Junior: 6’5″ 320
50. Chicago – Zach Mettenberger, QB – LSU; **Senior: 6’5″ 225
51. Arizona – Greg Robinson, OT – Auburn; **Sophomore: 6’5″ 320
52. Philadelphia – De’Anthony Thomas, RB – Oregon; *Junior: 5’9″ 180
53. Baltimore – Lache Seastrunk, RB – Baylor; **Junior: 5’9″ 205
54. Dallas – Dominique Easley, DT/DE – Florida; Senior: 6’2″ 280
55. Detroit – Christian Jones, MLB/OLB/DE – Florida State; Senior: 6’4″ 240
56. Cincinnati – Anthony Johnson, DT – LSU; *Junior: 6’3″ 305
57. San Francisco – Marcus Roberson, CB – Florida; *Junior: 6’0″ 180
58. Indianapolis – Vic Beasley, OLB/DE – Clemson; **Junior: 6’3″ 235
59. Carolina – Paul Richardson, WR – Colorado; **Junior: 6’1″ 178
60. San Francisco (Kansas City) – Ego Ferguson, DT – LSU; *Junior: 6’3″ 308
61. New Orleans – Zack Martin, OG/OT – Notre Dame; **Senior: 6’4″ 305
62. New England – Travis Swanson, C – Arkansas; **Senior: 6’5″ 305
63. Denver – AJ Johnson, MLB – Tennessee; *Junior: 6’2″ 240
64. Seattle – Austin Seferian-Jenkins, TE – Washington; *Junior: 6’6″ 268

Next In Line:
Shawn Oakman, DE – Baylor; **Sophomore: 6’8″ 285
Aaron Donald, DT – Pittsburgh; Senior: 6’0″ 285
Yawin Smallwood, MLB – U Conn; **Junior: 6’2″ 235
Justin Gilbert, CB – Oklahoma State; Senior: 6’0″ 195
Aaron Lynch, DE – South Florida; **Sophomore: 6’6″ 262
Bishop Sankey, RB – Washington; *Junior: 5’10″ 200
Scott Crichton, DE – Oregon State; **Junior: 6’3″ 262
Tajh Boyd, QB – Clemson; Senior: 6’1″ 225
Kony Ealy, DE – Missouri; **Junior: 6’5″ 275
Telvin Smith, OLB – Florida State; Senior: 6’2″ 220
Will Sutton, DT/DE – Arizona State; **Senior: 6’2″ 270
James Hurst, OT – UNC; Senior: 6’7″ 310
Ed Reynolds, FS – Stanford; **Junior: 6’2″ 208
Stephen Morris, QB – Miami (FL); Senior: 6’2″ 215
Brandon Coleman, WR – Rutgers; **Junior: 6’5″ 220
Chris Smith, DE – Arkansas; Senior: 6’2″ 250
Xavier Su’a-Filo, OG – UCLA; **Junior: 6’4″ 295
James Wilder Jr., RB – Florida State; *Junior: 6’1″ 225
Odell Beckham Jr., WR – LSU; *Junior: 5’11″ 188
Kyle Fuller, CB – Virginia Tech; Senior: 6’0″ 180
David Fales, QB – San Jose State; Senior: 6’3″ 220
DeAndre Coleman, DT/DE – California; Senior: 6’5″ 308
Brandin Cooks, WR – Oregon State; *Junior: 5’10″ 188
Andre Williams, RB – Boston College; Senior: 6’0″ 228
Jackson Jeffcoat, DE/OLB – Texas; Senior 6’5″ 260
CJ Fiedorowicz, TE – Iowa; Senior: 6’6″ 265
Seantrel Henderson, OT – Miami (FL); Senior: 6’8″ 340
Kasen Williams, WR – Washington; *Junior: 6’2″ 212
Aaron Colvin, CB – Oklahoma; Senior: 6’0″ 182
Anthony Steen, OG – Alabama; **Senior: 6’3″ 302
DaQuan Jones, DT – Penn State; Senior: 6’3″ 318
Ty Zimmerman, FS – Kansas State; **Senior: 6’1″ 205
Sean Hickey, OT – Syracuse; **Junior: 6’5″ 292
Ed Stinson, DE/DT – Alabama; **Senior: 6’4″ 280
Jarvis Landry, WR – LSU; *Junior: 6’0″ 195
Corey Moore, SS – Georgia; *Junior: 6’1″ 215
Logan Thomas, QB – Virginia Tech; Senior: 6’6″ 260
Kelcy Quarles, DT – South Carolina; *Junior: 6’3″ 295
Malcolm Bunche, OG/OT – Miami (FL); **Junior: 6’6″ 320
Morgan Breslin, DE/OLB – USC; Senior: 6’2″ 255
Donte Moncrief, WR – Mississippi; *Junior: 6’2″ 225
Jeremiah Attaochu, OLB/DE – Georgia Tech; Senior: 6’2″ 240
Shayne Skov, MLB – Stanford; **Senior: 6’3″ 250
Morgan Moses, OT – Virginia; Senior: 6’6″ 335
Trevor Reilly, DE – Utah; **Senior: 6’5″ 255
Bryan Stork, C – Florida State; **Senior: 6’4″ 312
Denzel Perryman, OLB/MLB – Miami (FL); *Junior: 5’11″ 230
Chris Burnette, OG – Georgia; **Senior: 6’2″ 315
Carrington Byndom, CB – Texas; Senior: 6’0″ 185

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One thought on “2014 NFL Mock Draft – December 1.0

  1. If Dominik is still GM, no OT for T.B. rd2;they may jettison Penn, & move Dotson to LT, & see if Carimi can play RT….Love the selection of Barr–fills 2 needs.
    Tuitt, WR Matthews, &TE S-J’ns would be nice choices at 36.
    BTW–I doubt Dennard will last this long.
    TY for the mocker!

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